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UVEN1N0 HUM.HTIN, HONOLULU. T II. BATI'IMIAY. AI'ltIL II. 1305.
Published livery Day Kxrept Sunday,
at 1J0 King Hired, Honolulu,
T II , by tho
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llil, being first duly sworn, tin oalli
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It .1 trnp anil correct statement of clr
tnlaliim for tin- week ending April
13th, 1006, or Hip Hail) ami Wcekl)
lMlllms of tlir Evening llullot ti :
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Satuiday, Apr. 7 2430
Monday, Apr. 9 2176
Tuesday, Apr. 10 2178
Wedneiday, Apr. 11 2169
Thursday, Apr. 12 2206
Friday, Apr. 13 2184
Average daily circulation 2222
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1906 2375
N imber of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone 1063
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P II. HIMINOTTK.
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3AUIIIIAY AI'UII. H. lOuTl
"(ii't np Is Hawaii's iiu'ssaKP to
Stnckablo, now lit- lias the pprmlsslon
AI11I1.1, Pnloinn! There will lie tour
bits in jour wake nhilhor oil cross
the line first or last.
At cording to some people. Hie best
thing Hawaii ran 1I11 Is to extinguish
lis greatest asset for no titlter reason
th.1.1 oilier volcanoes going oft on a
Senator Thomas C. Piatt's nnnoiinee
input of his Intentions lias not b'-oii re
reived with miiikeil ileiiionstiatlun
from the jiopiilaep that he eontlniiu to
Prcslilent HihisppH has mlmltteil to
1.01110 of ills tallpis that lie cannot con
trol Congress, anil thus some people
at least lire satlsllul that the tin. m of
lepubllcaii littllx Itltmllty are not ut an
The lliillctlii agree, fully with At
tornpy Perry that tho County law dot.
not plate nil) thins In Uto way of lilt
County Supervisor making the public
library a free llbrurj. We would go
turtlii'r ami cxircs the tonvlitloii tli.it
the County law ulco allows tho Comity
Superv Ikors to lender alii in pulling
I he public schools on a belter fluauclal
basis. Public schools ami public lib
laries are In the clash ut lonstrucllvi,
Americanism. A nil In every other
American lommuiiity regarding whltti
we arc lliformrd thu schools ami tho
libraries aiu lunuiclcicd to bo at leasl
011 an ctpiullty with ro.iUs ami pullw.
HAWAII'S ELECTION METHODS
The report of the Elections Coiuniil
tcp of the lloifrtt of ltcpiesciitntlveit un
the coincided election of laukc.i ug.iiuM
Kalanlanaolo shoulit be followed tlu.D'
ly by the iltlzns of tlie Teirltory. II
will be notril that the favorable rrpoil
was largely the piutliul of the over
whelming plurality Delegate K11I1I0 0I1
tallied. Over live thousand liallols wcic
rejected ami these included tho ballot
Iroiu will. Ii the numbers were torn
fftcr they had bicn deposited by the
'1 tip lunimlttec makes 110 objection
lo the original jilau uf placing ditacu
slile numbers un lliu ballots, but tlo.u
by Infeieuto iiicsllou Hie iiiaiiucr
In wlilch they were handled. There 111
lit) iluulit that proprl) and Intelligent
ly liamllcd the unlabeled ballots mo a
kafegiuiril agalusl Irregular election
methods IntelliKeni'P vv.is lacking al
II10 last clculon lo Uiu e.lent of llvn
Should Congress fall to enact a law
fur the clcitlou of Hawaii's delegate to
C'onglcss, the iiumhiTcil ballots should
be itiiilluueil at the next eleitiou, plui
Intelligent mill tniefully iiisUtui tci'
foCEANlO LINE ANDMIP SUBSIDY
f Tlio Ot entile Steamship ('tun .i n lun
put the ship subsidy question hcfur'i
.the mt'iiiliers of CungriM in 11 stylt
that ought to convlnie tlin sialPMnrii
'of the Interior States. If im thing eu.i.
Ut la n ease of the ship subsidy or our.
less AliiLi'lean sliMiiibhlp Una Till:,
'in a enso In point. Those niipialiiteil
"with Anierlc.iii shlppliig generally
I now that it Is a cue of the ship sulx
r?ldy bill or a .tonly iptluclinu of Auicf
Jli'.m marine, ovcryvvlieie.
g I'or many joars tho shipping Inter
sls of the United States harp had lu
light two strong Influences, the fni.
'clgn rteuiushli) loliliv and the states
,111011 of the Interior States whoso con
Mllitents don't know what Hih ocean U
ninl are less inarcstcil In Urn number
Ol shlis our lountry ma) hnvc thcrH
,'1'hc foreign eU:aiiislilp lobby Is nn an-
live force ahv,i)s on the ground. Tlt
Interior stalesmen reiucsciit an liullf
leieiut that is exasperating.
Our luks of rt"tlgc In International
iiiininene Is ilhigraterul. 'I lie l'edeial
linn) has Ihus far been to protptl
ever) iloineslle Interest possible und
allow the ship builders and ship own
eis to shift for themselves against Hit'
odds of subsidized competition. Ill'
amount of American business going
Into the tontrol uf foreign tapltal us it
remit of this policy Is trcmciuloiiA
lei. up lo date, the great Ainciii.m
public have supincl) itllonctl It to go.
uud our men limit marine beiiime
known us a struggling arfnlr represent
ing a nation Indlffeient lo Its oppur
It Is unplivsant Hint siirh n toiiill
Hun as Hie Oiemilc Company present
i-hould exlrt, but It Is 11 natural result
uf llti- tonipetitlon to which out
sle.iiiier lines are subjected In every
avenue of iiee.in tommerce Thu
through strnniKhlp srrvlte thli ttii.i
nii) has given Is excellent. It liar
gun 1) tit gieal expense to add modem
te. liners, v lilt h It must do In order to
keep within lulling distant e of torn
pernors It has done nil that Irgltlmnlfl
Inn, 111 i ci 11 Id demand In an endeavor
In totter Ameiliau 'trade with th
cio it toiiiiti) of Australia.
We ofliu spc.ik of our inunlry at
not being a paternal Institution. II
this lie so llicie Is no reason why u
private loiporullou should bo tutu
pelleil to make up 11 ilctlclt rath year in
onler that our ll.ig he kept on the
span. 'I hen- Is a limit, whli Ii the
Oceanic line iiiiim'.iiiccs has brill
leached. No one can blame the gen
tlemen behind the enterprise.
The O10111I1 representatives have pill
the responslbllil) where It belongs II
these ships nro sold to tho Jnjianest
and the transportation between Aus
tralia mid America Is left exclusively to
the Allllcd or nil .lapantsp lines the
I.nlled Stales Congress Is entitled tt
all the blame fur n great national mis
fortune. The thought that this great
wealthy country is taking a command
ing plum unions the nations of tho
world i.E.I r.t the -jamo time allowing
ihtsp nations to handle Its shipping is
one of the most preposterous Imuglii
able. This Is what the opponents of
the ship subsidy bill arc working eag
erly to bring about.
It Is to be sincerely hoped Hint the
House of ltcjiresentntlvcs will rise to
the ocrnsion us tho Senate has ilium
mid complete the first move to put our
merchant marine on n basis of cmmllty
with the foreigners against whom it
Contributions to the Japanese fam
ine fund to he sent through the Chris
Han Herald committee, collected by
Olive M. Illiinl. Auditors Win. A. How
ell. Hpv. Thvvlug and ltev. Parker, arc
Win. A. Ilowen, Included with
that to be given by tho Por
tuguese Siiudn) school ...$ 2.1. Isl
Portuguese S. S 17.IMI
ilnvvi.llan Church 2,1.00
Chlnesp Church 15.5.1
Kniimakaiilli ('. K 7.5.1 j
Central Unions. S 10.00
Mrs. tl. Prleiul 5.00
Mlsi T. rrlenil 5.00
Mr. von Vnlkenbcrg of Pearl
Miss I.. Krlend 2.2.1
llet.-lpts ft 0111 lectures 2.00
Mr. Dodge 2.00
Mrs .1. A Hopper 2.00
Mr. Klshl of the Mitsui bank
sent order by Korea mid
Y. W C. A. collection hS
Krlcnds, each BOc 2.00
..$ 12S. CO
I) K. Mctzger, manager of the Illlo
inllioml, Is nt present a subject for the
dot tor's tare, being connncd to his
iimhii thiougli mi accident whkh ho
fill him several days ago. Ho win, go
ing up tho llnu nn his gasullno car, but
in Inking one of the curves Just be
)ond Olaa thp car lert tho Hack. Man
ager Metzger was caught between tlio
wheels and kuffcrcil seveic conlu
slonn Ills right foot was crushed mid
Hip llgnmcutH of his left leg worn
lorn. Ho expects to hu about again
In a few days.
tfSKCftar E mrAetNTS.
irnflK ...koNii nanaift
J T .4jT-lwifTM(NT1IIUM(AlMn
Furnished House, Dcretanla
Street; 4 bedrooms; pos
session May I, 1006 S50.00
No. 1216 Klnau St 25.00
l.unalilo Street 50.00
Walklki Deach 10.00
Emma Street .'0.00
Candall Lr. 25.00
Collie Mills :J5.00
Young Street 35.00
A Chance for Investors
For a few days only, wo will offer
a 0"l net Investment. .. S7500.00
Trasl Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT 3TREETS.
-rfVilMTH, .:r ..5
THE TRIUMPHS OF PERUNA INCREASE.
Thousands of Unpublished Testimonials on File.
Thousands of Chronic Ail
ments of Women Cured
Disguised Internal Catarrh
the Enemy of Women.
, Delia Slrochc, Rural Route A'o.
l,Appleton, U'R, writes: "Kor several
yesrs I wit In n run-down condition,
slid 1 entild Unit no relief from doctors
"1 could not enjoy mv meals nml could
not sleep at night. 1 had heavy dark
circles nlxnit tho eyes,
"My friends were inneli alarmed. 1
was sdvlsptl to give l'ernna a trial anil
to my Joy 1 Ingnll to Improve Willi tho
llrst tKitllc. Aflur taking six Indies 1
felt completely cured. I rannot say
too much for Pcruita, as r medicine for
women lit a run-down condition." Delia
,1frs. V. ,11. Merald. 128 '. 28th St.,
Indianapolis, Ind., member of A. D,
Strelght Circle of the Ladle of the
0. A. R., writes: "I am totlny enjoy
ing perfee.t health, thanks to Pertiua,
or nearly four years 1 suffered with
"Tho doctor Insisted on sn operation
n tho only chnneo to get well, but 1 liail
always dreaded an operation and
'My husband fcltdlslicarteiictl as well
as 1, anil when a friendly druggist ad
lcd him to bring mo a iHittlo of
lVruna hu did so, and 1 started to use It,
"In a short time my health Iwgan to
Increase, and my aches and pains
tllmliilslictl. Within eighteen weeks I
was like, another being, In splendid
"Words fall mo when I try to tell you
bow glad and grateful 1 am." K, .M.
Attdresx Dr. Ilartmnu, President of
The Hartnian Hanllarlum, Columbus,
All correspondence held strictly con
fidential. For special directions every one
W jit . . .. ..11..II
I'wvKmBk ill ii
runa is tor saie oy an cnemists ana tiruRjjuts at one dollar per bottle or sik
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hattman and can wait the
ply, should address Dr. 3. D. Hartmathc retail drug trade In Honolulu.
Oenson. Smith &. Co. will supply n, Columbus, Ohio, U, S. A.
Tho embolic Church of SI. John thu
ll.ipilsl, Knlihlwncna, lu charge of
llcv. l'allipi Clement. Tomorrow, Apr.
15th, i:nmcr Sunday: S:;!0 a. m , high
mass, ucriuoii, collection, Sundav
tthool; I p. in., Itotnry.
Thr Catholic Cliurth of Our Uuly of
the .Mount Kaliilaul (Kiilllil-iikn), In
tlinrge of liev. I'allirr Clement. To
luonuvv, Apr, lulh, i:.isler Hiimlay: II
a. m . iiiiish, heriuou, collection, bun
1 ssn .
Evening Bulletin 75( per month.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"RENT and COMPANY
Your Easter Costume
will not be complete
without one of our stunning
They have Just arrived and certainly
are beauties. You will find n largo
amortment to choose from, comprl'lng
many Dresden Qllk effects, White and
Colored Linens, White Silk with fancy
borders, and Pongees.
PRICES, S1.50 TO S7.50 EA.
We have Just received a limited as
Forsytlie Shirt Waists
cut In the latest Eastern styles and
made of the newest walstlngs.
WHITE MADRAS, S:.75 EA.
STRIPED MADRA8, assorted
colors, S3.75 EA.
WHITE LINEN, 55.50 EA.
aj :nwii.i .
ran della jrRorr.E
Rural uulc No I APPLETuH.vWU!
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
THE AUTOIST'S DREAM RIDE.
HrlUK out )uur auto; pump up jour
Niver inliiil swelling If jou prosplri!'
Tliiovv' on the ..ullill. retail! Hip spuik!
Wind up Hip trunk uud lit hci b.uk.
Jump to )our sc.it bulilnd Hie wheel.
Thioiv in Hie slow anil "let her spiel. '
Throw lu I he high; now )ou'iu oil I
Open tho I It t tilt lt mill make her tough I
(live here the limit; )0il biuely must
if yuu wuu t rl.lc lu umiu tiuui, duil.
You'll enjoy )ourself, It lu the ciiiinlry
The poll-P! i ?s't LU.: and inake
)uu run slow;
Yuu llisli Ii) the meadows, fitkh und
Hay: do )on know It you h.ivtt cnougl;
You have? Well.'tlou'l let her slop.
Just l.i ep her agoing (111 you've tisuO
Hut 1 isl ill op.
I.uuk out. old' luuti! Don't yti.t ucn
tint hole? -.
.S.i). isn't .iniulng gicat? It's guud for
It blli'u up jour bluud, It makcj yon
What! Duly a minute iimMng that
Well. )ou .iic t'olng Lome, If I'm nuy
'I hen's a horse lu tho rujd! Hut lie's
Whu.i, Hill! Stand up! Say, iiiu't )uu
btop Unit tiling?
K.isy mm ; If vuu gu lu that ditch )ou'U
liieak a siirlii'.
We mo jiasi at last; there's a clu.tr
Yuu can inn fusl now, wllhuul fear us
Yea; It spoils it till If )uu havu In run
What ii beautiful toad! Wheiu iloix
To Paradlbe? Well, )ou'd lictler tiy
For )uu'l! go against tometliliig when
)ou meet St, I'clor,
Well, I'll he avvlltlicil If ho hasn't
opetied tlio fato!
llcit's n naiiuvv road, uccr her
Wi'ie clear Inside, sec thuiu ui.gels
I'll bet )uu got In fur doing that mllu-
Or lie saw yon itiining, and yon iiilted
such u dust
Up knew it 5011 utruck It, he eato
lly C. E. llaynet. In lUo lieu l.'cho.
(Cup) lighted )
C"l . ;iemens urges llnwnll to bo
patient with tlio Molokniis, Thnl Is
nil tiglit, bin who will make, the tnnn
'glow? What Hip Molokan proposition
needs Is less jiallence In tho speed with
1 which mole .Molohnns mu lie.ided for
1 t,v.vvjoagi Yn
Pc-ru-na, the Only Internal
Systemic Catarrh Remedy
Prominent Cases In Illus
tration. Mrs, V, F. Hoffman, 601 North (Ah
street, Kansas City, Kans., writes:
"For eight months I suffered vl(k,!cnr
Ingdown tialn,dlr?.liip,antl wretched
hendaches. Tho iltK'tors caltttl It by
tlllTerent names, but ail agreed that I
bnil female trouble, which was really
tliocausoof my illncs.
"ThoytirecrllKd for me, and I took
their mctllclnes, but kept getting worse,
until a friend told mo 1 would never gut
well until 1 took Pcruna,
"Within a week after I started lo
tnkolt I felt much better and I con
tinued taking It for two months with
almost marvelous results.
"I am without nil aciioor pain, feel ten
? 'cars vounger, and feel that lowu my
Ifa ami happiness lo Peruua." W. 1.
IrBHSPfcL. 1 I
Willi sJ$ W&mj!$VK i
l .j-r.t. I" '
IMt Ittf unrrttnu
601 North CtliJI.KAHJAJCITrKANXj
Mrs.AU lirlckner, 99 llth street,
Milwaukee, 1175., writes: "I liavo
strong fall li In the clllracy of l'ernna
tociiro tlio Ills peculiar to women. A
short time ago I found my condition
"I had headaches, pains In the back
and frequent tllrzy spells, which grew
wursu every month.
"I trlctl two remedies Itcforo Pcruna,
and was pretty discouraged when I
took the first tlosei hut my courage soon
returned ns I could si e that I was lielng
bcncllted, mid In les than two months
my health was restored." SI. lirlckner.
A reward of $10,000 has been tlciMisltcd
lu the Market Hxchango Hank, t'oliim
linn, Ohio, as n gimriintee Hint tlioalsivn
lesllmonlals nro genuine! that wo hold
In our possession authentic letters cer
tifying lu tho same. Iliirlnir many
years' advertising wolinvn never iimi,
in part or 111 whole, e, single spurious
Kvery one of onr tesllmonlals am
genuine ntut In the words uf the om
wliuiO liaiuu Is nppelldci:.
of which surrounds each hottle,
icttlct for five dollars.
necessary delay In receiving, a re
COPP Al Mnknvvao. Maui. April (',,
1 'jut;, lleuiy rietman Cupp; uccil -1
earn. .' iimiilha and .:! ilajs.
AO.NA Mrs. W.iliiillnnl Anna, wife
of ('lias. A. Anna, at their homo nt
Ploplo. W.ilnke.i, Illlo. on the Clh
d.i) of Aiull, I '.Kin, niter 1111 Illness
uf only two weeks.
Hhc vvus 11 ClirlKllau worker and
a member of Hallo Chinch of Illlo;
I ilauglit.'r of Sam Knpnhuu. the Pauknn
I IIeIiIIioiii.0 keeper; depcnHpil leaves 11
linahtinil uud 11 iluiighler four )t',irs uld.
1 Slie died ut the nge of 2.1 years.
Ulxon, April I. DImiii huu aumrt-
Hilut nut uf the ordinary, uud vvhitli
'perhaps s n ciiiloslty to (hu oldest
I'ailiiiriilan as well ns iho Into nrrlv.
j ills 1 tout Hip IC.isteru States. On exhi
bition in tho window of the Ladles'
Impinvfiucnl Club of tills town Ik n
hc'llthv Lmiucvhi,, ullli i.tiineu ti II
tieai ly ripu enough (o cat. The vino
lb a put plum ami vvus pliucd lu tlio
whitlow a couple of weeks ngo, al
width lime Hie grapes were well mn.
lureY., hut stlllgr ecn. After they vvoio
1 pliui-il lu the window, where tho clcc
trip light shines at night, they mini
'beifiin 11 ilpeii. ami nro now n bright
pin pie. TIip vine was planted nhoul
yen rugo by Mrs. Wllllnin Ynn Bant,
tlm ti tit s.r ski.. ..f ninKu .......i. -..
. . tutu n inn- ii lun lIll'll'lltilUN
'ICuly li.Ht wlntrrtliu vino llosomci!.
rml Iho huiifli of Kr.ipeu 1r iho result.
j Wnsclilngton, April. C The .San
jiuiuiseti i unuinrr or commute nan
iripicitcd Senator Perkins to uigo upon
lie I'uslolilco ilcpnitinciit the ncicsslty
nf riToiuincnillng to Cougrcbs that 1111
i.dcipiale iiiciiiibe be made In the
nniouut now paid tu iho Otcanlc ste.im
thlp Comp.iny Inr its mull hcrvliu be
tween Sun l-'iunclBio mid AuHinlla
Under tho terms of the ship biibildy
bill, which li.u passed Iho Senate, the
prccut iiiinprnsiillnn Is doubled Sen
nliif Perkins today took up Hut tpn.v
Hon with Poslmiibter f.eneral Coilcl
you. who will niesent it tu President
ltooscvelt anil tlio Cabinet ut their teg
ular meeilng tomoriuw with u view al
Hie transmission to Congress by thu
Pipsldcnt of 11 special mesbace un tlio
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bullc.
tl.- and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comment resume of all le
C notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr year.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JU0T TO HAND. GET THU DEST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKELPLATEO OH PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Dccor.ituiij
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Clients
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT J.JM THE FACTORY. OTILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FOWT AND MERCHANT 0TRLET3.
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Carriage Repair J$
We are paying special attention
and In our fully equipped premises
turn out the best of work.
We make .1 specialty of painting
work entrusted to us will be executed In first-class shape and at mod
The building of wagons, drayo and carriages Is also undertaken by
us and this department Is supervised by expert carriagemen.
CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPT., Queen
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship your
goods and rave ycu money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
Illlo, April 17. The Hawaii Jockey
Clu'.i haa In picparalloii mi extensive
pro:; ram for rates 011 thp Knur h of
July at II00I11I11 Park. The utes will
bo for Hawaiian bred horses mid will
tiicupy two days, July -till ninl Hih.
The ctitrmiio fee will be 10 per icnt
of Hie purse, but no stall fee will be
pharpi.1, piofessloiinl Jockeys will be
baried fioni nil races except Iho frit-for-ull.
One of the tea lures Is to be n brunt o
binding toir.i-st. A number uf wild
hurses fiom (he iiiouiitaliiH will be
Un ned lulu (he truck enilosui mid a
prim- offered for thu tow buy who will
lope, saddle mill mount und ulc
aioiinil the truck one tit thu horses,
and arrive llrst. This promises to he
very Interesting. Theie will also hu 11
baseball game. The Kluitii will arrive
oil Monday, July 'J, giving an c.vin day
In Illlo between trlpu.
Illlo. April 12.- This being the height
of tho sugar season, bhlpping Is uetlve
Handling sugar uuikis work for men.
uud gelling tho sugar out of tho way Is
11 relief lo the planters. The big sleiim
fieiglitcts have reduced greatly the
number of ships turning to the Islands
There arc now In port Hie ship John
ICna. loading over 1000 tnjni for New
York; Hie ship Kalis of fl)dc, taking
over 300U tons to Snn I'rmiclsi-o; Hu
hark Annie Johnson, carrying about
1&O0 tons, mid thu Kt. Knthcrliic. 2001)
(mis, for tho to.iKt. Three lutcr-lslaud
sle.iiiicis, itlso, were l)lng ill the bay
Hiinday. on tlulr regular trips lirlnrjlnt.
In sugar fiom outside jd.inlatlima.
Corner Alukeii mid King sit eels. All
the regular services tumorrovv. Jun
ior C i:.. U n. in.; Senior C. i:.. ii.:nl '.
m.; l.'lhlo Hchuul, 'J: 15 11, m.; preaching
II a. 111. mid 7:!!U p m ; morning, 'Tho
Hesiiircpilou of Christ"; evening. "The
Unit) of llellcvers." Miss Kaptt Hen
na will sing nt the ovcnlng hervleo.
Tiie choir will puivlde iiiipnipilalc mu
tie for tho morning. Yon mo tortllul
ly liivllcl to nuy nml all services. (I.
I). I'Mwaids, pnstor.
Tho schooner Mellui Neltun fliilslieil
he:- cargo of sugar nt Mahiikuiiu last
Tliui-sday und millet fur Kan Kr.iucbico.
M. K. Iloiolliii has lllcil 1111 appllca
Hon lor a Mb claim Ihpior llceuue at
Kalnelie. Ilamnkim, llnwnll. Any pin
lestj iignlnst tho Issiianic of II1I.1 li
cense should bo filed In this olllco by
Jloiulny, April 30, l'lnr,.
A. j. ca.ipiii:i,i
Tronsurcr Tenllory or Hawaii.
Ticasiirer's Olllco. Honolulu. Apill
13, 1'JUU. 3357 St
Hot bs Suns
FOR COOD FRIDAY
AND EASTER SUNDAY
0 AT THE 0
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Cor. BERETANIA AND EMMA 8T8.
.!lif Doaiiiorl 9
to Carriage and Wagon Repairing
on Queen street arc prepared to
vehicles and guarantee that all
Carriage Co., Ltd.
St., bet. Fort and Alakcj Sts.
J 2o King St. Phone Main53 (i
I ROSE CReAMORY
' 3, Frcsli tliipnicnt just received.
Henry May &Co,
A DEAUTIFUL EIGHT-FOOT ROUND
Top Is -11 Inchca across.
ijii T3D l'3
- , '" ttZt
Only .lT-SO Only
Goync Furniture Go.
MOTEL AND UNION STS.
It Is C00B
JU3T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL STORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Inform.itlon nt n.ilui
Railway Station and Trent i Co., or
IiHoj tip nuiGiwa novel, rving uj.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
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