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BiSMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad
dle Horses on short notlee.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
MONO A V
Oceanic Second Degree.
Honolulu Commandery 3 p. m.
Rose Croix 7:30 p. m. Cere
mony of the Lights.
Let Aloha Chapter Regular.
All vlsllliijt incinberH i)f llm
imli-r mo eorillnlly Invited In at
tend iiKt'tinRH uf local lodges.
HARMONY LOUCE, No. 3, I. O. 0. I".
Mi-i-tM every Mmiilny owning at 7:30
In I. O. () I'. Hall. Fort strict.
Ii. It IIKNIlllV. Ken entry.
UI.MCIt L HCIlWAlt.lllllKJ. N.fl.
Al visiting brcithi r i-ry cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Jlcrlit cci-y Tuesday evening nl
7:50 uVIih-Ic In K. of P. Hall. Kin?
Mrool. Vllllns biuthcra cordially In
vited to attend.
O.J. WIIITKIIKM), C.C.
.., . WAI.UltON, HALS. ..
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every 1'rlday r-vcnlng nt
K. I'. Hull. King sheet, ut ":::. Mem-lii-rn
of Mystic Lodge, Nil -. Wm. Mi
Klnley LoiIro. No. 8. nml IsIIIuk
biolhcm cordially Invited.
A. I. IIONP. C. C.
A. S. KKNWAY. K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE C16, D. P. 0. E.
Ilniolnlii Lodge No. GUI. II. 1. O. V...
will meet In their new liall. mi Miller
ami Ilcrcluuln Btrccts, every Friday
lly uriler ir the K. It.
HAltllY II. SIMPSON'.
oko. ii. annus. i:.n.
Wrn. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets cery Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, Kind
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
TlVi to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
K. A. JACOHSON, K.H.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
McctH on tliu 2ml and till WKDNKS
DAY cvenliisH of euiti montli at 7:30
o'clock In K. of I. Hall, Kin;; street.
Visiting Knglcs arc luvltcd to at
Irnd. SAM McKKAnUK, W.P.
II. T. MOOUi:, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first and third THURS
DAY of each month in l-'iutornlty Hall,
Odd I'ellon-H' ISuildlliK. Kurt street, at
7:30 o'elmk p. m. A full attendance
la drulied ut uvory meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Moots eery 2d uiul Itli Tuesday of
eacli iiioiilli nt 7.30 p. m In San An
tonio Hall, Vineyard Bticct.
Vhlllug lirulliei-s eoullally Invited
A. K. VIKHItA. 0. II.,
M. C. PACIIKCO, 1'. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
MeclB every hecond and fourlli
Kill DAY of eucli mouth in 1. 0. O. V.
Visiting brothers lordlully lulted to
W. C. Met'OY. Saihem.
A. 11. MUltl'llY, ('. of It.
. F BREAD, CAKE3, COOKIE), ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Car. BERETANIA and EMMA ST8,
A Pleasant and Hygienic Dev
crage for Young and Old.
For Sale Bottled and In Bulk
o by o
Hoifschlaeger Co., Ltd,
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
If you ir.c cheap paint you are certain
to regret It. Inferior paint lo dear at
any price. W. P. FULLER &
CO.'S PURE PREPARED
PAINT Is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. It looks bet
ter and Is more durablo
than any other paint on the
market. The secret of this Is
that only the best Ingredients
ate lu'ptd In Its competition and
that i ilfoy arc accurately mixed,
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
). P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander. ..Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Agent s lor
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
awallan Sugar Company.
'Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
naieaxaia nancri company.
Another Shipment of
AT 1048 00 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL A. CO.,
P. 0. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phono Main 31S. Union SL nr. Hotel
No I Ouava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand.
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Ulank hooks of alt Eorta, ledgers:
etc, luamifucturcil by tho Uulletlu I'ub
II i-ttg iiftyrttailnrMri an-- - - ....At. Aim,- ... .. ..a aiHMa.i ,,.., ,,f ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
3f)n "nc for 3 week is the cost of
Uli a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene,
fit secured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 cents!
Whl to steam nut us. Stnckyds stnbln.
Tlios. Wall went lo llllo today nr
The Hoard of Ilcnllli meets nt 3 p.
The Hoard of Supervisors will mccl
this cvcnliiK nt 7:30.
Try olio of tboso delicious hot sup
pern nt tho Cobweb Cafe.
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
melts nl .1:3U p. in. today.
. .Mike Make! of Australia has been
naturalized by JudKC Dole.
1'kmIi Jam. 11 eento lb. nt factory, 1SI
Hotel St. I'cn-li this weeK.
LniKest ntncl of Knitter eggs In tho
city. New KiiRtnud llakery.
l'uiil UeulieiK has neipilrcd the llolh
well lot and Inumilow on Tantalus.
Mjstle l.oili;c, No. 1', K. of 1'., mccta
tonight In K. of 1'. Hnll. King street.
Neatly furnished rooms ut tho l'op.
ular. l, Jl.r.u uu J fl per week. 1213
The Htenmer Nlllinu brought ill it
big rnrgo of sugar from l.lhuu planta
tion thin morning.
Order n nice broiler, fresh IslnnJ
beef nud eal ut ltnyinoud Ranch Mar
ket, telepbono 4(!l.
The simmer hvalanl sails for l'u
nubnii llonoltan nml KuUiilhaele nl &
o'elock this nflcruoon.
Hi'u'1 forgit the lantern Slnr I'nlr
May ".III. nt llnntelea Lawn. Fine tur
k(j Iiiiii-Ii Hered from It to'.'.
Ilium Is tills week showing four
styles of black tat con skirts, of host
quality, nt JI.G'J nud J- e.ieh.
Uev. W. Ki l'otwlne ilclltcreil Hie
.iddreMi nt die noonday ncrlec for men
In the loung building lodu).
Uoirge 'Ibieleu will make a trip lo
Kauai this week mid will shoitly de
part for San Krauilsto on liusluess.
When ou .nut u new book to rend
or one of the old kind that nro alwaya
lien, gu In the Hawaiian News Co.
Cant. Win. Matson, John A. Iluek
mid John T. .Mel'rossru, lelurued In
the Manna l.oa from u trip In Kobnla.
Theie will lie mi InUrcMIng mid lui
liortiiut nuellng of the Hoard of Conn
t Kuiiej-v Isors nl 1:'M o'clock this
W. I'. 1'nller H Co.'s Pure I'icpared
I'nliit looks belter mid In nioro diiruhht
ibiiu niiy other paint on tho market.
1.1'WelH yV ClHIkU. ii
Tliu leguhir uiei-tlpg of the Abilhul
lol.iul will be held this ulteriiouK nt -J
il. m. In the Sunday ucbool of tJt. An
drew's eathedral. : i i
'Ibu tbfendants In the llronm-
Hiueekels miiII l'.aui bioiiKlil r-'i writ olil
crior In the Huprenie I 0irl (o reeis
tliu Jtidgiiitnl tendered for plalnllft.
Cuutiailn. weio uMvulcd yestotday
whereby Mellrjdc pinutiillun will get
uddlflniiul water fiom tliu Wlliot
lauds, curried iuupub Koo: plantation'.
Annie Kaua bus ,llled u lllicl for dU
oriv ngaliibt tjiu. lyiien on tronnds ol
extieuic cruelty. She links for au In
JiiiiLtlou to pteveul him frlnn molesting
Jubilee Incubators. ' Tho tiuslncji
machine. Hot water s8tcm, not hut
ulr. Kco them befuio Inning. M.. V.
McClu-sney ti Sou's, Ltd., agents, Queen
tlreet. r "
Judge Lindsay has illsnilsscd the r'-i
Idevin sull of Ulna (w.)'vs. Kalna foi.
four uetn and t2! damill.'es us no tier
iniiiid for the return of1 the piopvilii
There will bo n meinng of the Kc
;uhlliaii I'reeluit Club of the Hecond
rredmt of the I'oiirtb District ill 7:3U
o'clock this evening for the transac
tion of tnipoitnnt business.
Itev. W. II. l-'enlon-Smlth, who will
assume the pastorate of the St. J nine
Kplnopal Mission In llllo, Is In iouhiiI
luilon Willi Bishop Keslurlek rela
tive In the purchase of a church build'
Jan. Wnkcndd, head of the dry guilds
department of Tbeo. 11. D.ivlcs & Co.,
le.ies lu the Afauiodn for Now York
Ills wife and siln accompany blm tu
New York, theit'go (o Kngbuid, wbeiu
Mr. Wukilleld may Join them later
'they cxpett to' return in July.
The following Jury bus been selected
lu try Annie I-iUc, u Hawaiian woman,
tor embezzlement: C. J. Fall;, Ullnonl
Kimball, John A. Noble, Jus. U'lnon,
John If- Jones. A. (1. KunucgilFcr, J
W. McDonald. Jus. Hiiughlon, J. Ordeu
stein, Wm. Itoje. . 1). Coekctt, Oeo. i;
A prlio of ten dollars Is offered by
Manager I'lcd Church of tliu Hawaiian
Annex for a name for tho new bench
levirt that Is being built there. Ad
dress all communications tu him nt
Wulklkl. Tho (ontest closes on April
"Mb, tho management lescrvlug tl.o
light to i eject any or nil names sent.
t'nilnlii H. W. Young of tho ship
(dwell, which arrived Inst week nt I.a
butua wllh n en i go of lumber from
I'm t lludloek, was u passenger by tho
Mjumu l.oa this moinliig. Ho Is mak
ing arrangements for bringing his vck
te liter In Honolulu, where she will
be pin on tho Marino ltuilwuy and
Do j on know how much fun nud en
joyment jou can get out of a Kodak?
Theie Isn't u pluro where you tun gu
Hint the Kodak lanuot bo iibcd lo ad
vantage In tho garden, in the home,
on board ship, lu tho elty or lu the
(Oiintry. these excellent little cameras
nru a hoiiuo uf oudiiilng Joy and pio
vide u form uf lecieatlou than which
nothing better can be suggested. If
ion hau'n't aire lily got u Kodak, visit
the Honolulu I'holo-Supply Co., aim
inspect tlielr very lompleto stuck.
A big cargo of uugar uk4 Island pro
duce fiom lee-waul Hawaii ports win)
bi ought by tliu Kteamer Milium l.oa,
which returned this moinlng. Thcru
wiin ginger, lain, own, coffee, oranges,
nlllgulur pearn and wnter lemons In
piofiislnu fiom Kona ports, which oc
casioned a largo gathering of pnko
hucksters on tlo whnrf all mornliiK,
Tine wenthor wnB experienced on tho
cntiro trip. Tho sugnr nwnlllng ship
incut mi Ifnwnll plantations Is irj.ono
bngii nt Ilonoknn, 7C00 bag nt Kukiil.
Imele ami MIO bags nt Ilonunpo. Tho
Mnnnn l.oa buIIh on next I'rldny ut
noun for usual ports.
may mean something for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
skill, knowledge, and fitness of the
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and,
back of all, we have adequate knowl
edge of the eye and its needs.
A. N. 8ANF0RD
Boston Building, Fort 8L,
over May & Co.
Jew 'i-f wwciAMT'. V5" '
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE
Mawnllcm Iron Fonco &iVonumcnl Warlc
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-180 KINO ST. PHONE 287.
Fleeing From Eruption
(.iaanchitfil rii siiriinl Cable
NnpleH, April J - The eruption o(
Vesuvius shows sinus uf subs dunce, ku
lfiu.mio peupla lone bun foicedjio take
Might fiom theii lioines by the Uncut
uf destruction fiom the voUu'no.
All trains hiunlni; out of lite city nro
delajcd by V'tiilcrs on ibc" railway
l-'lvo bundled persons aro reported
cad, of whom two Inlndrji! perished in
tiro collapse of be church ot Sun (Jul-it-WW-
.1 tf. . fl y!. Ill I 'I. I'
Will iMatried Again'
I II V. '""' illl V '
ffMoi'tafrit'autf ,Y)tft?il C'uMV
, fitliifl'rulieMo.'A prill!. The engage
ment is annouuetd ul .Mrs. Kniina
aprcrA.els Wulbon, to fliihu W. Korrlo
ufjan Kraneisco, ireivll euglnpcr.
iiJIvr uinrrlngo tu Wulnou estrangcil
Itilr fiom her patents, nud nfUr u bit.
.tir tpmrrel Mr. uud Mrs. 'Watson ook
tip their uslilrncu lu Knglaiid, when
iMr, Watson dlud. Afler hlsiilenth Mrs.
Watson relumed lu her puicutx uud lo
the niaiitloii on Vau Ness ii livcuuo,
whhh II was i eported Claus HprcckcK
had built rnr bis daughter. She has le
sided lu San 1'rauclsco ever since.
f.loriicl(il l'rcts Kjicrlal Cubic)
Waslilngtou, Apill 'J. James H. Khcr.
mull has been elected Chalruutu of t!w
Ilcpubllcuu Cougresslouul Cuiupalgu
Mr. Sherman represents tho twenty
scveulh New York district, composed
uf Herkimer and Oneida counties, nud
lins served In every term of Congress
since the Fiftieth. Ho Is Chairman of
too Committee on Indian Affairs, and
u member of the Industrial Alts mid
Impositions and of tbu Interstate mid
l'oielgu Coiumei'cc Comuilltecs.
Dowie Denounces Wife
(Ah9in iHttit I'ltta Ht'cclul Cable)
St. l.otils, Mo., April 'J. Duwlo baa
denounced his wifo ua unfaithful lu
Bark Albert Arrives
f.lirtifril J'rr Kinclnl Cable)
San I-'iiinclsco, April !). The bark
Albert has urilved ut Ibis poit. Slie
readied the l-'.irulloues vn Miiicli :il,
but was then Urlveu fur tu the south
wind by heavy gules.
The bark Albert, Captain Turner,
Balled from llllo for Sail Francisco uu
To Decorate Graves
f.lnAiHluliiI I'txaa tinilul CabU)
Wusblugtou, April !). Cumniandei
Tanner of tbu tlruiid Army has ordered
thai tho graves of tho Confederate dcaJ
GARTER Will (IB
Dr Judd bus written Governor Car
ter advising him lu abandon bis plan
lo icluru from tho mainland In Ma
und to postpono It at least until Rep
tcmber, ns his health has not been Im
proving as rapidly an eould be desired
It Ii understood Hint Carter ban do
elded lo como back next September,
nml Dint hn Intends to visit Washing
ton beforo Hint. Ho Is believed lo be
btuyln:; nt present nt tho Urceu I luted
, Trvfc,fc jaAaariiB
OWN A LIBRARY
Not a Carnegie Library, but the
works of your favorite authors, at
borne where you eould put your hands
on a book to suit any mood. Books
of humor to Jolly you up! poems for
thoughtful moments; history and
works of like nature for study; and
standard novels by celebrated writers
that are as far above most of the pop
ular slush of today as a Turner paint
ing Is above a common chromo.
You can buy your library on the
easy-payment plan and remember,
even though you make a small begin
ning, a library soon grows.
See the display In the window of
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co. on Fort
St, below King, and Imagine such a
library In your own home with books
of your own choosing.
Wm, G. Lyon Go.,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
Entrance on Hotel street.
KEEP I EYE 1
Of course, nfler a Blgnnl victory of
any sort, rejoicing Is nlwuvs lu order
Did jou ever hear uf a great football
victory that wasn't cc.cuiatcd with i
venge.ince III aiollcre luwu? You, ot
rotlise, have heard uiul tend about
tliciii, nud, b weutllng )m way over
to the Hawaiian Opera House qn tho
Ctli or iSlh uf Apt II )otl can hc'u Just
siKh n ccltbratb n lu irogrrs, '
It's In "Tho (JiiIIcm' Widow." Tho
Myrtlo Honl Club, for whom tiro per
formance Is b -ing given, nru rehearsing
some uf their picked men to play tho
Mmknt body fur thu production, mid
with all of them Und tho rcguhur east,
tho lelrlirallnu after tho' big iKinio
ought to l,o pretty realistic. Tbu boys
ilu their terpentine dance, thu big foot
ball dlunrr is In progress, mid bon-llrcs
mid Jolly eiowds ot students testify to
the happiness of tho ment.
Tins, of course, oreuis after tho col
lege opening, tho big faculty reception
nml the great football game, and all
tills time tho play has been shaping
UfcK toward tho lluul act wherein all
Is brought to mi nppropilaio llnala.
.All tlm characters met with In a col
legu town, as well as those who nru
sden there ul the opening of college
play Important parts, und they lit lu nj
they ought to lu tho real.
AN OLD IDEA.
Shown to bo Absolutely False by Mod
People need tu think Hint baldncsi
was one of those things which nro
handed down fiom generation tu gener
ation, fiom father lu son Just like a
Science has shown tho falseness of
Ibis belief by providing that baldness
Itself Is nut n constitutional disease
but tho icsult of u germ Invasion 'of
which only Hcrplcldu enn effectually
rid tho scalp.
Washing only cleans th' scalp' of
DandiulT, it iloesu'l kill the germs.
"Destroy tbu iuiisc on remote tho
Ncwbro's Hcrplclde wilt do this In
every case. It Is nlso a delightful
Hold by lending druggists. Bend JOe.
In slumps for nam pie tu Tho Hcrplcldu
Co., Detroit, Mich. Holllstcr Druu-'Co.,
Per stmr. Mnunn I.oa, Tbesday, Apr,
10. I'rom Knu: W .8. Kills, MrB. 0.
11, Sweezy, Mis. M. II. Walsh, 0. II
Unit ten, (leu, W. Drown, W. C. I'nrltn,
I H. I'urke, MlH. A. lloverloy, Mrs. C.
V. Itnymond, II. II. Smith. Mrs. It.
II. Smith, ,liio. Shields. M. llnucrlu, ".
lliciuimcr, Mrs, F. Drommer, Mrs. J.
W. I.alng, Mih. M. A. Salisbury. E. C.
Iliibhaid, Dr. 1J. K. Keelor. T. V.
Ciotliy, L. All Till. Front Koun: W.
W. Churchill, M. J. HlHsell. J. Hnyer,
Mrs. V. (lotivela. W. C. Mooro, MIuh
V, l:. Wnlluee. W. MeWayne. (I. K.
Wright. Mih. (1. V. Wilght, W. II.
llieenwell, W. I. Cnstlo. I'rom Ka
wnlbao: J. T. McCrossen, Cnjil, Win.
MhUon, J, A, Ruck. I'rom Mnhukonn:
Mrs, W. 1. MeDougall, I'rom Maul:
MlH. K, Mullrltner, Miss A, Kcalelubl,
J. llausmnnii, Miss Mary linos, Chea
ter Doyle, Mih. M. Ilavey, Miss J.
llarlwell, Jus. Slmw nnd wife. Mrs.
M. Ilrowu, C, J. Bellinger, J. Morso
Jr., K. (1. Clark. W. Williamson, Cant
I). W. Young, 11. Wicks, J, Morsu uud
au on deck.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comoieta resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, luda
inents, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
MJ. per year,
Illnnk books of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho llullctln l'ub
iBiBiiiiiiB!iBBBiMiiiTtir? "iVfcWitiiffrit'rf liBliiBHiWfc
Girls' School Man
Uses Bad Language
A Portuguese lady nml gentleman
were presented In Police Court this
forenoon to nnswer to tho charge of
saying tilings, over the fence, uncom
plimentary of Iho character of n neigh
boring lady. Mossmnn, the promising
young legal luminary of the lower halls
uf Justice, ihnmploucd tho couple.
County Prosecutor Andrndo led tho at
luck, The complaining lady look tho slnmi
nnd tnlkcd for ccven minutes without
liotlccablo Inconvenience. Her story
wns to tho effect that her Infant was
missing nt G p, in. of Saturday InsL
Rho found It In tbu defendant's yard
mid thereupon soundly spanked her
other children lur leaving the goto open
Hint her youngest might wander Intu
the adjoining premises. She Bald Mnr
nnd Manuel, tho neighbors, came out
uud called her names. Her sister sup
ported her story, tho Bisters bnby tak
ing the stand with Its mother nnd mak
ing filers nt tho Honorable Court.
Tho defendant's version was to the
clfcct that eoniplnlnnnt used nil tho
language. Mra. Defendant, weighing
over 200 pounds, took tho witness box
nnd showed how complainant stamped
her foot three times and used n bad
word. Tho testifying matron shook the
court itioin and' Jarred tho dignity of
tho attendant ulllccrs when she pound
ed the Hour. 11 wns tu I.lutb. '
Mr. Defendant had u letter .from 1 1 1 b
chief hidy of the Kniiiehitmclia School
for (llrls, testifying tu his excellent
Judge Whitney thought thcro hml
been ns much eloquence on one side ol
tho fence us on the other mid dl.
charged defendants. ,
All this happened on tho Kallhl road,
One Kama appeared In l'ullcb Court
against his btothcr, for assault, but
asked thu Judge merely lu reprimand
Tlie federal (Iraud Jury Is ns usiinl
working with little noise nud almost
Incredible rapidity. As n matter of
fact, it will probably bo through with
Its work tomorrow. In which chso It
will hnvo Bat fur only two mid onc-hnlf
davM This forenoon tho postofilco em
bezzlement enso of I'oHtninster Wells
of Kawalhnc, who claims that tho
funds he Is hor.t ncro cjmsuuivtrUn a
(re, 'which demolished ihu postolllce,
wait tnken tip. W,.I. Vredcnbli'rg of
Vnlnien, (leorgo lllnhd ,of l'unko,
Chuck lino of KAwalhan nnd Wmvtlnnr.
of Honolulu were examined ns wit
nesses In this matter. As soon ns this
caso had been disposed of the Uraud
Jury took up n case of illicit distilling
from Kohnln. It has stilt to look Into
several Chinese nud Hawaiian hlgnmf
This morning nno of tho dcfnultlnr.
(fraud Jurors, Charles W, llrldges of
Mnnl. who had, not been able to como
ycslcrdny, Jiilncil tho rest of the Inves
tigators. TAKES H bli
There wns a Jolly crowd on tho KI-
nail uud It tilled every berth nnd stntc
loom on bunrd when tho popular Vol
t.ino liner sailed ut noon today for Ha
wall. Among tboso to see the wondci'H
of Kllnue.i were the J. S. Ilnrluus uud
Mrs. Waddcll uf Atlantic, Iowa; tin
1'. II. Crumbles of Spoknna Kails; the
K, A. Ilrucks ut Sao Francisco nml the
L. L. Ornvs of I'lesno. Cut., who were
hooked at Trent's 'agency for tho round
trip, James I.vle, tho veteran ship
builder, takes a trip lu llllo mid Klluu.
en for his health. Other tourist pas
bcugcrs were S. 1. Hartley ut San
1'ruuclsLu and Miss L. l.awbir ot Hull
fax. Tb Kinau Is due to return next
I'or Mnul and Hawnll ports, per sir.
Kinau,' April .10, Dr.'Norgaard, Hov,
A. W. l'enton-Smlth, Kldcr P. Kcala
kalboua, W. Woolman, Mr, and Mrs.
truck Mr. mid Mrs. (Iray, Master 1.
llruck, Mr. Hartley, Mrs. I'. Kdwnrds,
11. Waggoner. A. J .Splticr, Hnster
Slacker, S. S. Paxton, Oeo. (libb, II.
V. M. Mbit, U) l'oy, I-eo Pat. Miss
Areo, Mih, Lawlor, Mnster W. r. Hor
ner, A. Horner, J. Pclnn, J. I'. Welch,
1. I.co M. Kiiwiiliara. 8. Hart, F. A.
Itlehmond, T. B. Wall, J. 8. I'erry,
Itev. J, Kcklpl, I). IlnugliH, Ceo. Illake,
Dr. J. II, Itnymond, J. II. Morongo,
ns, l.ylo, Mr. nnd Mra. Crnmhlo, Mru,
II, C. Austin uud family, Mr, Truclard
A. Itlehloy, Mr. nnd Mrs, lint Ian.
I'or Molokni ports, per str. I, Ikelike,
Apill 10. A. C. Dow-Belt, Mrs. J. P.
Drown. Oeo. Monroe, D. Macnlllster,
Mrs. Nakulnn, II, It, Hitchcock ami
wife, Mrs. Haltlo Fountain, Miss A. ('
He "I wonder why Miss Ilowclls
always lias to bo coaxed beforo sliu will
8lng?" She "Oil, ns a matter of self
protection, I Imagine." llo "Self
proteellon?" She "Yen; by waiting
to bo touxed, she always manages tu
fchlft the blame." Chicago News.
"I want to gll a wrcut o' roses fur
a fiiuciul," said tho customer, "an' I
want jo lu put on it: 'Ho rests In
Idcccs.' " "Kr you mean 'llo tcbIb lu
peace " suggested tho florist. "I mam
what I said. 'TIs fur poor Casey Ibnl
W'ng blown! up In thn quarry." Cnth
ollc Stnmlard and Times.
In Saxony no inaa is permitted lo
snoo norsrs unless no has passed n
public examination and Is Properly
Thcro aro hundreds of men anil
women who have not eaten a hear
ty mcnl fur years. Their Btom
nchs have "gouo back" on them.
In such cases tho Hitters will bo
found very helpful. It strength
ens tho stomach and cures Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Poor Appetite,
Heartburn, Bloating Cramp or
Tho 'seventh nunhersary ot tho es
tablishment of tho Fraternal Urdcr of
Kaglcs In this elty was celebrated ul
the Peninsula, 1'e.irl City, last evening
by a great picnic-, about 4uu making tho
trip from the elty nt 7:3U p. in., on tuu
Kuala tiulntct club furnished thu
music and dancing was enjojed tu tbu
full, Tho refreshments were all thai
could bo wished for.
Tho committees tu whom credit Is
due for tho Bticcess of lasl night's cele
bration were ns follows:
Itcfrcsbmcnt Committee T. A. Simp
tun (chairman), ltubt. ltoss, Hurry
Klcminc, II. 1'. Singer, Axel Lunggrcu,
K. U lleindt, Dave Hurst, J. A. noth
wcll, Jus. McAiilltlc, Hurry Jensen,
l'atll Muuldcuhuiicr, Chas. l'lccmuu.
Music Committee 1'. Weed, M. Hoj
enberg, K. It. Illvcn, Jus, Iluseti.
l-'loor Committee M. ltoscnbcrs
((lialriunn), II, Aucibach, II. K. Ilau
soii, K. It. lllveu, F. U. Nujcu, 11. Sim
mons, I.. 12. Twumey.
ltccepllun Comnillteo W. W. Car
l)lo, Ii. W. Clulnii. W. It. ltllcy, W. U
l'lpgram Committee II. T. Mooro
(cllaiijnan), Mcjrda Itoscnberg, LI. T.
llcrrJck. ( i
Cummlttco of Arrangements llobcrt
ltu'ss. Win. I'attcrsUn, Krnest Uruiiu,
I're'ilVccd. " " -
Tho Fraternal Order ut Kagtcs ban
top -)(, .c6ierlpiiu-cbarlty uiul benev
olence.' Wo en(u for 'Its membera who
;nuy bo stricken with sickness or dis
tress, mid to attend tho lust sad rllea
of deceased bi other, nro tho para
mount duties which tho order uccordu
to Us members.
The jnolto of the oulcr s "I.lbcriy,
,1 ruth,, Justice nud Kipinllly."
Tho llawallJii Hand will give a pub
lic moonlight cuueert tills evening, at
7:30, lu the Young Hotel root garden, a
March "It Happened in Nordland"
Overture "Miirltniui" ....
Miserere "11 Trovnturo"
Selection "Tho Murlyrs"
Yocril llnwallan Songs...Ar. by Ilcrgci
Mrs. N. Alapal. ;
Selection "Hibernian Hoiujuct" ...
Wultx "Mornliig Papers" .... Slrnus
tjuailrllle "lion Jour" Klckoir
"The Stnr Spangled Ilanncr,"
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 9, 1906,
From 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
Clara II Smith by tr to Lillian Holies
Mar K Low to Wm Henry 1)
Albert N Campbell tr tu T llrandt. .ltd
Mary A Peacock and hub to Territo
rial Hotel Co Ltd I
I) W 1'nu toO C Aklna I.
Mr3 II M Allen to Jas K Jaeger... PA
Cla'is Sprockets ct al by utty to Mary
A rencock Itcl
Claus Sprockets & Cu by utty to
Maty A Peacock licl
lCuin.n A Abies tu Chas A Slnipbon.Itcl
A M Simpson to Mull Dldg & Loan
Entered for Record April 10, 190C,
From 9 a. m, to 10:30 a. m.
Kst uf Autoiio do Itcgo by ndmr lo
Carolina do llcgo . . . .i AM
Mlitsu3blmn Unuklchl to l Cliong.CM
Lthuo I'lantutlon Co Ltd to 0 N Wil
mm i ,
I'or Kauai ports, per Btr. W. 0. Hall,
sailing April 10. V. E. Harvey, A. K.
Knudsen and wlfo, W, II, Hllbruu, Mrs,
V. Curler, Oeorgu Hosu, Mrs, C. M,
Cooke. J. II. Wilson, T. King.
Two innli ons met by chnnco ut a re
ception. As they alo strawberries and
drank thnnipagno they talked of their
daughters, both this season's debutan
tes. "Uoar Helen Is going every
where," Hnld tho first matron, twitch
ing her shoulders to keep up her or
inlno stole. "Hho Is invited sLaply
t'veryvvhere. Sbo keeps mo on tho go."
Sho sipped her ley wlno and added:
"Your daughter doesn't go out at nil,
does sho7" "Oh, no," said tho second
matron. "You see, sbo beenmo cngag.
cd ut Christmas, and doesn't have to."
New York Press,