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iness. Act .13 Executor, Guardian, Assignee
Manage Estates, real and personal.
Sale Deposit Ooxea (or Rent.
75 MERCHANT STREET
Collage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
St. and cottage of 2 bcdruuitis on
Pock Ale. Apply S. S. Peek. '."J7
Furnished hoiiFckocpIng rooms with
gas; also 5-room turnl-hcd cottage.
Impilrp No. 8, CoUiikc (Iroic.
Nowl) papered moicptllo proof Ikiiiho
keeping looms Apply llulletlli olllco.
Cottage In ('bristly lame. Apply
WotiK Kwal. Smith SI., niauka Ilutil.
Clnape-i looleHt fiiitilHlied rooms In
tit) Hi h n's Court Adams lane.
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
at M Vlnrbri St 272S-tf
lll.iuk liiHiks of all KortH. ledgers
etc , manufactured by the llulletlli Tub
'I tie Weekly Kdltluii of thu Uvclilnn;
llu'letln Rives a complelo Btimmary of
tho news of tho day. For SI '"
IJawnllan DalUstlny Company. I
lit hi black satul fioiu $2 lo $3 a load
arionlliiK to illhlaiue Itaiiled. Coral I
roi Kh for stable, roads unit side
walks; firewood Tlilid door below
King. Maiinnki it Hi.; 1' O. box S2".
Tilephone Main ;wn. I
Tor a nice, cmocth shave call at the
Cilteihm Shop, llll I'nit St !
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. j
For house-help, phone White 2391, Mn
klkl. (lenernl Kuiploytiieut Officii,
cor. 1'eiiKiicola and IU'retanln. I
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, planoforto tuner,
has moved to tho piano wnrorooms
of I., i:. Thayer & Co.. 1&8 Hotel St.,
upposlto YnunK Hotel, All orders
for tunliiK promptly altendml to.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR.AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ffBS"ror Rent" cards on sals at
the Bulletin office.
There are Imitations, Kut
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvu till Other PlnvorH AUo
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4' you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
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- DAY, for Now Adn.
in OKio act i-i of land In Hnmaktia,
Inland (if llawiill; II acres lilatil it
tii ruff pc now hearing; balance oi
land used ror pasture. On nboio
piupcit ii also n twostoi) linusc
furnished, stnhle and cistern; be
sides an express wagon, J intilt.i. n
horse, nliont 75 chickens and n enf
fco pulping machine.. Apply lo
1'rniik do Mcllo, 127 IJtlccii HI . Ho
Finn corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit mid ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and I'unahou
College. Address It. P.. this nfflce.
l.ml) ol ii-fliu-nu'iit. Willi experience In
l ileal work. deilics position In of-lli-
Addles S. Itfl" Alukca.
A lite mlb llor for a pleasant, cslab
llxhcd business. Is wanted, Pcrtn.:
ni'iit position to ili'.ht man. Adilre-j
It. 1). II. Hull, tin ulll'P. SJ.'.ii-tf
lly n gentleman, room and hoard as
near rallioail station as possible. Ad
dle ss X. Y. 7. . llulletlli. 3337-lw
To purchase n saddle horse. Apply
A. 1'. I'l mica, Market Saloon. (Jneeu
timl Kckaullko Sts. 3353-lw
All cxporliiuod sewing sill. Apply
Mr' Hawkins tin Ksuiakor, MP! King
Chines niiiiKi i. Appl Hop .lam
an. I ri"i'ie rae'or.. 1SI Hotel St.
WOOM AIND BOARD
Honni ami l.nanl in irlate fntully for
man ami will, il.-drle lights: hot
and told wnt'-i, ears puss doore. eti .
Aildn . M A It.. Hull- llll :!".:.'! lw
Haul, hook No 110 on l'l rut American
Sa Iiikh f; Trut Co. Ltd. ltclurn
io I. M Wood llohriin Drug Co.
Umbrellas r.oalred and brass polish
lug. Takata, 12SI Tort St
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry ana merchandise. The J
Carlo I'awn V Hotel and llnluu.
Estimates fumished on all kinds of
pnliilltiK All work Kunratitctd.
Knox Ilros., I'nlon nLovo Hotel St.
See Hactlnns for repairs of Locks,
Kes, Music Iluxcs, ShnrpcnlDx nt
I'lnc Cutlery. Hear union firm.
!f ROFESSIOKAL CARDS
A. J. DERBY, D. D. Q.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A, R ROWAT, D. V. S.,
TT7 KING 3T TCL. BLUE 3101
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l'nt Honornn. lltookln'i( new mana
ge!. ias. "UliiKer Is a llrst rcijulslto
ol ': sin triisf n ball jdajer. I don't
mean that datKlni; nronml on luu
coachliiR IIiich mid attracting tho at
leiillou of the lulls, as mtn.li as that
Int. m.e doslro to win that gets) llic.ru
In splto of a lot of obstacles, that dog
Bed pcrslstaucc that keeps n matt at
lib' voik until ho has perfeced him
self in II. mid that tenneity that makes
him ticcr own think ol giving up mi
ll the Inst man Is out In the tim Inn
iir That's the kind of Ringer I wnntj
not lor some, hut overy solitary man
In the team. I want n team to which
a delent will mean Just so much more
determination to mnke 'he next Ramu
a lctnry. and whom & lclury will In-
spirt with tin other desire than to
niuke It two straight, then another,
and ro on. The baseball senson lasts
nbou kI. months, and the lullesl at
tetil'on of the player mint bo on tho
itmti ditrliiK nil tl.l tlam. A team
tint stnrts out with a proper founda
tion of the baseball knowledge, bucked
itn bv the winuliis Hiilrlt. will go far
While luck Is with II, and after en-
loiinterlug a series of had brcnkH will
alv ays come hack, (linger, backed by
good Judgment and good sense, will
put all these things together, and no
one will have any kick mining except
possibly some of our opponents."
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Hill Hnnovnti, of Detroit, hays: "A
foolet. for fnlf, Is the out curve, used
by :.ll pltcheiM with good, had and In
dllTiii'iit effect. Ill my experlcnco I
llinl that the out curve Is tho hardest
cum to iiiiiihi mid sttcccsi with ll
il'pcnds entirely, on the delivery. A
com' twist of the wilst Is tici-deil for
ihlrt one Thete tile a number of ways
to I'lllvr this :ure lo fool tho bats
men. I'i 1 1' some bntsmeu the halt is
shot directly at them, making it break
kciotu the plate. Tor oihnis. It Is
ulmiil directly at the plate and goes
.vli.. whin It passes at tho plate. Tho
besi of hllt.TH will get fooled on nn
Mil nine tit times. I havo also luain-i
d ll at when the hitter Is ablo to con
ueet iilldly niul safely wl'h an out, tho
ball Is Invariably good for a sale hit.
Young pltthcrs, as n rule, develop thu
nut (itrvu first. Thny find that by
piaetiic they can twist tho hall Over
their forefinger with tho !ioosmry
xpi il behind I to make It go as t'ty
nam It to. Then the) begin !-i piui
Mci loher shoots."
Tin- following Is tal.cn from Urn
Vhilkdclphln Itviord or l'rhlay. March
?3d and shows Hint our own Dan llu
pear Is going to he a doctor:
"D.iu Itenear, the diainploii swim
mer of Itouoluhi, has entered the Med
leal Hi ti.iiluien' of the UnUurnlty of
ritic.ihunl.i and consequently tho
ri ail. ilher and speed swimmer will
he nble lo repicsent the Hed mid Hhie
In ti tints I In ill until imit n i u Iiliti.
Ht intiiiiiii f.ii mo ii t (lis irii(i(-
nlih .ilreiiritlutiltig the ulready u loiig,
iwlni-iilii;; team. Itenear tomes from
I'aillnriila ami he itas M-cn enrolleil as
-i sin t"tit foi' i.iinio lime past, but a J
he 1 1 not u tulkatlie uinu few porsou.i
ntttrhlc ol the HiiIm rsltv olIlclaN
i.nou thu ho Is a i,tii.lent at l'cnn.
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OLYMPIC BOXERS WIN
In the recent toiirnnmcn' of amateur
Ihimtu held ill Jlechatilis' I'avlllnn, tho
'llytnpli Club ho)H took all the (ham-
ploushlps -igalust a Held of over 100
rnlr'cH, Theio wcie men entered
lioni all mer tho United Hlutes, Tito
n ..ul h uhow tho prestigo that thu
J 1 in 1 1 It Club btiH gained tmd liiueli
"iiilll Is due lluwltt Vim L'oitit, the
l-'ollowlng Is a list of tho wlnueis:
JrincH Carroll, bantam. 1U." potuuls.
Hairy Maker, feather, llf) pottuds.
Wllllnm l.eouaid, special, 12S
I.i v Powell, light, 133 pounds.
William McDonald, welter, 11."
llinry Kliuke, middle, luS iioumls.
Tar. Itloriluu, light heavy, 1i!H
Wnl ir KL-hulI.eii, licav) v.tliilit, oer
Theio was a meeting of tho' Hono
lulu ('ticket Club on Thursday nnd II,
S Herbert was elected treasurer In
plae-' of J. L. Cockbiirn, who had re
signed on account of business n-dsoiio.
There wilt he n game played today
in the Mulillil Held.
WITH THE FIGHTERS
tliin.ru ami Nelson will light at l.oit
Augt tea on .May 11 lb.
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In lit and Herman will box May Dili
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lit lit does not like tho action or thu
I .in Angeles light promotorH In pulling
f.rr tin inmiv llfOitn tti mieh ii Hmnll
stneo of time, and It may be that if
mini' or tnoso iiguts nro not rnncoiioii
Mint ,lno Kdw.ird will lefunc to gt mi
v. Itli Ileimaun.
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Oicr 100 amatciira rntorcd tho Olym
pie Club tournament.
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Kid Talker of Denver wau knocked
nut by Maurlco Thompson In sixteen
tottiuW at tipokanc.
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Klotx, n Ilutte city man, stated ho
'ipccled to handle JSiuino on the hat
He, mentioned the names of pioml
pent Molilalia profcsslminl men who
had already sent in (.ommlcslnus to he
plated on the .Mexleah nt odds of 0 to
C.jiihI said he would befall the money
In Bight nt the rnlo of CX to (7u that
Hcrrera will knock Nelson out Insldo
of ten rounds.
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Jim Jeffries' wife Is opposed to tho
champion entering the ring again,
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llr.t Nelson Is now nt l.os Anjcles.
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Corbelt and Dick Hyhind will light
tit i'nit Lake City on April 24th.
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Kid Sullivan and Mike Russell
fought n lG-rouiid draw at llaltlmore.
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Willus tlrllt has gone south to con
for with McCnrey as to the llrltt-Her
ti ti il
Ol) tuple Club boys carried off most
of the honors in the recent nmntcii
boxing lamlval held In 'l-'risco.
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V.Ike Twin tiulllinn has been match
cd ti box Italic Smith nt Denier on
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Tom O'ltourko Is still trying !
match I'i ankle Nell nnd Oilier Mornu
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Terry Mcdovcrn will Join a circus.
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Levy Is trying tn-hrlng Joe (Inns ami
Hat Nelson together for a ma'eli 'J
the l'ourtli of July.
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Sailor lliirke defeated Tiler Maker
In tvo loiindt) tit New Voik.
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Mike Hihrec): Is to Ikix (leurgo (lar
SPORTS OJLL SORTS
Hcniy II. Tost. tlin captain of the
Columbia University rowing crew, lias
been oiiitgeii to refUgu on lueotiui oi
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C. M. Daniels iiui),Mnripicd Seliwnrtr.
the (hamploii swrmmiis, halo sailed
for Athens, wlieretlliey will enter tho
Tho Alllitnc. tniHc 4'nni nt Southern
Callfoinlu defeated the Stanford teau
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Dr. Onrdiicr won the Klsbcr handi
cap leeently I tin at Kmerllle. Dr.
Cniuuer Is looktd upon as a sure wiu
.ner of the Mcmphli Derby.
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I Jack Sehutfer has tssuvd a chat
leugi In meet Wllllu lloppe for the
it ii it
The llnlveiuMy of WIscoiiHin faioi.t
the A median gamo of loo, ball uud
will Mill play It.
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Willie lloppe will pl-iy In the hll
liar I chuiuiiluiiMhlpti Hint are to nun
inence at MndiH'iu Square (lardeu on
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James II. Sullliaii, (ho secicta'ry of
the Amateur Athletic Union, will Join
Ii- Amcrhau at'ilttes at Athens.
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"Ituhe" Winldi'll, the ctack pIlLbcr
of the Thll.nleiphla Amcrliati l.cuguc
team. Is getting b.u-k Into fine form.
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The Coud Ilai.'b.tll l.citmto opened
on April Tlh.
Hcnln Chita College won tho Univer
sity Ilasehali Championship of the Ta
ctile Coast lids season.
Tlu Amcilum iniu has sailed for
A In lis.
Tin Uulioisltv of California fresh
men eiihlly deflated the Slntifoid
fresl.uu n In the!, amitial field day.
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The llrst games of tho Y. M. C. A.
hiikctbalL tournament t.ikn place ';i
the g),mmihliim of lho Y. M. C. A. this
moiling, ni.iiiiieni-lng at S o'clock. Tin
Diamond lleadi will opi.usu the Kauie
Innieha Aluiuul and luu Kuko Ue.iilJ
will try coiieliiniiiH with the File
O'Clueks. Tho Dl.imiind Heads have
held thu basketball championship for
Miicrtil years and will try haul lo bus
tniii their ic'uitntlon. An admission
fco of 10 irnts will ho charged to belt;
buy gymnasium supplies.
The Diamond Heads meet tho Kant
Alumni In the Hist gnmn and the Koko
Heads meet tlloMyc O'clocks III tho
second. . .'
The Diamond Heads arc tho old.
tmu cbainplous nnd they urn looked
upon as sure winners In this tourna
An admission fco of 10 cents will hit
rlicuixd to the games.
llttrivlil flllfiK.t i.l I.'rntil A rtittdfltl'l
defeated 1 1. U. Hluchilr and (loorgo An
gus In a- fuimomo compctlllon at Mo
minimi yeslerdtiy ufter n hard llght.
Angus nnit riimnur sinrieu om
r.trong by taking the flrft two hnlna
Their leul wns cut down later and Olf
l.i ul nnd Angus won nut I! up and " to
Tho winners linve been challenged by
Q. 11 llcney and Jess Woods. Thf
match wilt be plajed lu the near ru
I'or catltif', drinking, ond cooking
I'ltrc, Delicious, Nutritions
DrcAfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
HaVn Chocolate (uniwetiencJ), 1-2 Ib.cakci
German Swwt Chocolate, I -4 lb, caVct
ror Sulo by LtMijliift Croccts
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS,, U.S. A.
IS IIIOHCST AWAKIIS IN r.UROI'r;
Additional Social N:wo on PJf 3.
Mrs. Neumann Is taking care of her
toother In Mexlio, who has been strick
en Willi pnraljYds,
Mr. and Mrs. Uauney Scott gnie n
dinner for Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder
mi l-'ihkiy night.
Mr. and Mrs. William Irwin arc lu
Cairo and amusing themselves thor
oughly. Miss Heletie Irwin Is much
Judgo Hatch bus cntliely recovered
his health dtirln:: his sojourn In Wasli
iiigtou and Is tepottcd us luokltig thtf
pliturc Of health.
Mr. and Mis. Alexander Scott, who
bale taktu ono of Mrs. Alexander Icu-
las for Mx weeks on Tantalus,
cntei tallied a nipper party on Monday
ciiculng coiiuljiug of Mr. mid Mis.
ttaymoud do II. I.ayanl, Dr. ami Mrs.
V. ll. Ilumpbili, Miss Histoid and Mrs
. (I. Hjwcu, Jr.
Mlhs JcsUe l'uieimiii, who Is u guest
at the .Mu.in.i hotel. Is iittlte u fumotis
huiMewomuii. Her thoroughbied Ken
lucky innru which shu rides at Hrlc,
Ta., her home, Is ono of the best hut-tics
In lite town. She alau Is an excellent
whip, us well mi a tuuit uracclul swim
mer. Mr. Joh.i ll'ickreld is stnjlug with
lite (leorgu ltotllcks until his dcpailuro
far Ceriuuny !u the only uuuimer
AUnilral and Mia. I.yon are at Hale
Iwa for u week's oulliig. They expect
their sou Harry to til live on thu Dlrl;',o
Ibi) latter put of the mouth.
Mr. Fred Alexni'der deparlud on tho
.Siberia tor Japan, where ho will con
tinue his business with the J. A. -31.
Mr. Curl lluu-h of Hackfehl & Co.,
fornitrly leader or the Symphony ()r
chcitin, ru el veil the sad news or hli
mother's terluits Illness anil culled fut
(Jeim.iiiy on the Mongolia.
Mr. (Icorge 1 otter and Mis3 Irmgard
Mar-fat lime, who are to he mini led very
iiulclly next Monday, will oc.upy tliu
llanneherg bun:;uloiv lu Ihuuuuu ral
Icy. duly I chilli ea are to bo Invited,
and It will be u homo wedding.
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Mr. Alexander Scott, whoso largo pic
ture of Diamond Iliad which has been
on exhibition at tho Tnimtithm Com
mittee's iiioin.i niul wan puichuhcd on
Thursday by Mr. .MncAlj'Ino, tho lull
llonalrn railroad man from Scullnud,
uiiist feci iciy much ll.ittcred, for Mr,
MiicAlpliiu'i, c.istlu lu Scotland Is full
ol masterpiece's nvd he Is u Judge of
gi.otl pictures. He Is so delighted with
his new uc-ijulsltlmi that ho wishes Mr
Scott to paint iiunthcr Hawaiian sub
ject for him, which he will hang with
pildo upon his uiicestr.il nulls,
Mrs. Alexander Isenborg and family,
aeiompaiiied by Mis. Dulionbcrs. leave,
lit the beslnnlni; of next month fur Sun
Mr. August Hanncbcrg entertained Hi
dinner on Sunday night ut the Alex
ander Young hotel, covers being laid
for six. The Inhlo looked very nrlliillc.
with led curnatloiis, maldi iihulr feriu
and led uliudes, Thoso pieseut weici
Mr. nml Mra. 1.. il, Whllehuiibe, .Mr.
and Mrs. I'ruuk Thompson, Mr. llell
auil Mr. Huuiieberg.
Miss Hulcno Huhson and her uiutli
cr mo expected next week from Sun
Finneltro. They will go on lo the
Mrs. Taul Neumann will not meet
lho Forked In San Francisco ns plan
red, owing to tho llliictt of Mrs. Sun
cedo lu Mesl'vO. Mis. Nctiniiinn will
visit Honolulu Inter In the year.
Mrs, 12. It. Stnekablo leaves on tho
Still for n lengthy visit to the Coast.
Her little daughter will accompany
Mr. and Mrs. Mac. lplne, who silled
on the China, give an elaborate dinner
nt the Hawaiian hotel on Tliurnlay
evening, In the pilintc dining room
The table, with Its decorations of
daisies and maidenhair ferns lels ol
tho daisies being twined nbaut tho can
dles which wtto shaded In green-
looked cool and Iniltltig. 'lho singing
boys were In nttcmlani( and th3
strangers were delighted with their
music. Mis. MncAInlnc. a very hand
some woman, wuru an cxipilslto toilet
of white satin a.tl old Hue. A hlligio
Btrlnit of dlamnndH encircled her neck
nnd In her hair was a illatuui'd dagger.
Among the guests were Dr. ami Mis.
r 11. lliiniPlirls. Mr. nnl Jirs Alex
ander Scott. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 0. lluwcs,
Jr., Miss Jessie Foreman, Til nee David
Knwauatinkoa mid Captain Snyce
Among tho charming luncheons (
last week for tho I'oc-kes and Nlhlnc ks
was tho one glicn l-y Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ocorgo Ho.ick. Tho totir.il tnlilo was
benutiftilly decorated, lu the center,
suttounded by billowy waves of linen-
der nnd green illusion was n bowl of
violets uml strcnriTs of lho Illusion
coming to each plate made a dainty ef
fect. Anions those present besides tho
guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. I-'ucke,
Captain nnd Mrs. Nlbinck, were Mr
and Mrs. I.nyurd, Mr. and Mis Mnc-
f.ulatie, Admiral and Mis. I.yon, .v
and Mts, Schaefcr, Mis. lllshop and Ml.
Mrs. Fred. Church has bee nipiltc III.
(1. W. It. King, bookkeeper of the
Terlrtothil Auditing Depaitmcnt fot
the past eight years, leaves on thn
Sherman for his second vacation dur
ing that time. Mrs, King goes alto,
uml they will visit her brother, who
has lately moved from New nk W
Southern California, uud has n pretty
little o ran go orchard at Monrovia, near
l.os Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. King ivlil
be In l.os Angiles during tho "Klorul
Fiesta" in May, and will also visit all
ioltits of lute: est lu that sectlun, to
turning about the middle of June.
A bachelor dinner was given nt tin
Hawaiian hotel last evening for Itnlpli
A. I.yon, whose matrhige (o Miss Na
hull Jones takes place Monday cicnllig.
Those present at the dinner were A. J.
I.yon. Itnlpli l.ion, Coleman Scliwartr
Win I). Adams, J. T. Ctawley. C. U
Owen. J. T. Watren. and Wm. Warren.
The menu cards were appropriately
dei-uratcil with texts and ample oppor
tunity for Hunts. 'Die decorations of
tho table were dnlclcs and mnllc.
A party was given by Mr. and Mm.
W. Cbiilmcis, at their residence In
V.'nlaken, IIIIo, on Saturday night last,
lu honor of tho birthday of thelt
daughter, MIm Jennie Chalmers. A
large number wore present and real,
old-country Scotch dancing was en
joyed by nil, old and young. The
sword dance wns given lu perfect form
by Mr. Arthur Itnbcttson, Itcfrcdi-
-uentH were served during tho evening.
ritosc, present were as follows: Mr,
and Mis. A. M. Wilson, Mr. nnd Mra.
C. It Kennedy, Mr. mid Mrfl. Win. Mc
Kay, Mr. and Mis. 1). Stewart, Mr.
nnd Mrs. John McThcrsnn, Mr and
Mrs. John McThcrson, Mr, and Mrs.
W. Jamlcbon, A. lloliertsnn, J. Stew
art, (5. Turnbiill, (I. Cnlder, It. Whyte,
It. M. I.lndhny. of Walakca; Mr. mid
Mrs. I), llnchari of Tapalkou; Mbis S
(Haul Miss Itu Ii (luaril and Miss IM
na Cm lis, or lllio; It. Forbes. A. Fin
it. of Amaulii; James HenderHon, A
(llbh. or Wnlnaku; John Frnscr or Ha
katau, Mis. W. Typcr. or Hoiiiimu, and
Mr. J. II. Loughcr. or llamiihun.
DIED AT M
Cnplnln It. U, Culler, master of the
barhcntlno Klikltut, Is lu leeelpt of n
letter fioiu Topo & Talbot, San Fritn
clscc, eiicloiing llio lollowiug iuws
Tort Townsend, Wednesday. Maich
1, Tho arilval at Tort Rumble yester-
day of tho haikentluo Skngit fioiu H.tn
Tedio with lho news of tho death and
htiiial at sea during the voyugo of Cap
(nl'i David Hohlnuou chronicles the
pasidng of ono nf tho beet known ol
tho lew remaining pioneer shlpmns
ters of Ttiget Sound.
dipt . Hoblnson nnlvcd on thei
Suitnd lu 18iHi us Hccoiul mulo of lho
Ante i lean clipper nhlp Toircnt. After
n trip In this vessel to Australia, he
assumed command of tho ship Con.itl
tiitlon. Later ho went to the hark Nu
.hni.tcl S, I'ei klus, which ho sailed foi
snvernl y nrs. Ills next eoinmnnd was
tho Hawaiian bark Manna K-'n. Thl.i
vesbel met her doom on thu treaeher
ous Vaucouier Island coast, and atler
bareiy escaping with his life fioiu tho
doomed vessel. Cupt. ItohliiHiiu uml his
men were taken pilsoners by tho In-
illutit. Atter two mouths or cnptlvl.y
they succeeded In escaping, tho liic-U
dont cnlllng forth severe criticism on
tho Ilritlsh authorities ror nllowing
snc'i conditions to exist nloug their
unpicteeted and dangerous shores,
Capt. Itnhlnson uoxt commanded the
baik Kuitslinfr, ttansfcrrlng from hot
to tl-o batk Camden, owned by the
Puget Mill Company, In which ho sail.
Qd lor thltecn years. Other vcbs"1s
In this eniplhy which w'cro commanded
by tupt. Hoblnson ivoro tho Alk
'itleht. Kllkltnt and Kitsap. Tho hit
tor was lo.il In IStlii while bound fioiu
Melbourne to Tort Gamble, but no
liven weie tncilftccd. For muny yearn
past dipt, IlohliiEnn has eummnnded
tho Swnglt, principally In tho Hono
lulu mid coaHtliig lumbor tiadc. He
was born In nelfast, Me., In 1837, nnd
had palled outiof Tuget Sound for full
forty years without Inlermlstilnn. Ho
le.iveo ono datichlor, nt picsrnt rculd
lug n- Honolulu,
Ah Tons was conilrlcd In lho Pnllra
Court today of having sold opium
without u license, and ho was sen
tenced to sixty days lu the Ouhti Jul!,
There nro hundreds of men and
women who have nut entcti n hear
ty meal for years. Their 'stoin
nchs lmvo "gono hack'' in tacni.
In such cases tho Hitters Vlll' bo'
found very helpful. It strength
ens tho stomach and cures Dys-
'pepsla, Indigestion, Poor Appetite
in i i
Heartburn, Bloating Cramps (o,r
Land Commissioner f rati has re
eelved ihe follow lug letter ftom Cap
Los AngcloH. Cal April 3, IDOfi,
Hon J W. Trait, Comnilnsloner of
Public Lands, Honolulu, T. II.
My Dear Sir: 1 hnie copies of cor
tespondonco between Mr. Ciistlo.nnil
Mr. Falrcblld. nnd several letlVrs rroni
ifr Castle and the Molokmis, ami 1
presunio nm fully posted ns to tin
inures niul extent of tho dissension
In the colony nt Knpn.i. I do not con
sider them us sorlous. While, of
eottt ho, they nru tmpleftsant nnd trou
blesome, llicy tire iiulhlng more than
had to ho expected under the circum
stanced. Perhaps one or two men may havo
to b. sent hack, but that Is only natur
al. I beg you to he patient with them,
ami to hear lu mind that they do not
come from one village or one loenlht.',
hut Irom lho ilh-tnnt pioilnccs, pen
Imps fifteen dliierent localities, and
twci'ty or twenty-flie Vlllngt's. It Ii
not i compnet loiumiiiilly, hut a lot of
comparative strangers thrown togeth
er. They havo to havo lime to cement
thon.selves Into n community, to adapt
and lo adjust themselves to each old
cr, nnd to the entirely new environ
mentB nnd requirement! of tho ease.
I havo no doubt that their communal
spit It mid experience w'lll lo strong'
enough lo ninnler siii-fcsfiilly1 iill'trer"
dlllklillles mid lo produce n mWld nniV
ttnlttd community In tho end. Kach
Ittisslan province or l(icnllty'oh"cvi"'n
village ban Its own peculiarities mid
Usages, mid these people havo In work
out the pinctlcnl solution of what Is
really needed under tho present clr-
ciiimtnnccs. No doubt there must bo
ellrfoi elites.' and peihnps iiiarrcls, bo-
inn- this Is accomplished, but these
dissensions cannot he vital lo thu wcl
fate of the ((immunity, nnd only re
lulre Unto for ptoper adjustment. I
r.ee nuthlng, so far, that can ho fatal,
or even set tons.
Do not ho itiieusy ns to the numbers
reipiued or Knpaii. The ipiota ns
tlgreed upon will he there lu duo lime.
I have many npplltiithuui hete, but I
refuse to send them unletis they oh
ulii n written consent or the commit
nlty now at Knpaa, as I do not want
tlls-a-nslous, and piefcn to llll Knpaa
with people direct Irom Itusslu, not
demoralized by a long sojourn In I .oh
I'h 11 1 p Sliubln hai been traveling
rlcndlly nil the Utile, but so fnr ban
not neceplcd nnj thing, nnd ( nm pu
Icntly w.ililtii; frr lilm to turn ugulii
town I il the Islands.
Very truly youru.
(Signed) P. A. HKMHNS.
The IriiMi-oH of tho estate of lho
late James Campbell have filed llielr
llrst annual ace mint cnvcilng tho pe
riod from April 1, 1!H)5. to Mulch 31,
100(1. Til.- in count shows recelptB of
$37(' !'!tS.2 and p.iymuitH or IS3.I7.
.1:', lenilng tho balauto or $11S,7:.ii.!M.
Itc'its iiuiku $S'.,.:ib'J.KU Interest makes
Ml. Ml. 8:' and prluelpal collcelcd Is
J57,"nti. The remaliider ot recolpts Is
tho :;S!I,7I3..'JS liom the executors.
Commissions ehuigcd by tiustieu
iimount to ?1 1. l'ri.ail.
With regal d to the balance lho l it
port states: "Tho uccdiWitH show a
cash balance on hand or $1 IS,7.r,n.'.il.
which Includes the sum of $3SU,7i:i.!iS,
received froti tho executors and ijxe
cutrix of the vlll upoii'tholr dlsehnrgit
from such nllccrn and tho-nppioval of
their accounts, Allhougli tho ac
counts show- n cash balauco of $lts,
750.91, tho fnets nro that the nctiiul
cash hnlancc Is much less, owing lo
tho lint that the widow and thoso of
tho bcnellclr,-eK who hnvo an lied at
li'gul age haio been paid iiinulileiablii
siiiiih on aicouiit or what will bo com
lug to (hem under Ihe terms of the will
uud the receipts or all so paid on uc
count have been curt led us lush."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Apr.. 13, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
A I.rwln Ji to Mary T lleardslec.nel
Mmv T Ileardsleo and lish lo James
James Ulcliiicll to A J.nws Jr M
Jinn (! Plnlin and wf to Jouo M So-
nrcs ,, I)
Evening Bulletin 7fj5 per month.
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