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BISMARK STABLE CO,, LTD,
BiSMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad'
die Horses on (hart notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
Lealil Chapter rtegul.tr.
Paelfic Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All tlsltlng members nf llio
order am cordially Intltoil to nt
tend meetings o local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F,
Mori every Monday evening nt 7:30
In I O. O 1" Hall. rirt street.
i:. It IIIINDIIY. Si-nrlnry.
i:i.mi:u i: sriiwAitziiinin. x.n.
All tlsltlng brothers tery cunllnll
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mods every TnMilny evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of l llnll. King
rlrpot. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attPiiil.
I. WALDItON. K.H.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets etery Friday evening nt
K. I. llnll. King ntrot, nt 7:3rt. Mem
Iters of Mystic l-odgo. No. 2. Win Mr
Klnlpy Lodge, No 8. anil tlslllng
brothers lonllally Invited.
A. 1). IIONI). C C.
a. s. ki:nyay, K.n.s.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.mlgo No. f.lfi. II. I'. O. C.
will ni--t In their liall, on MllUr
nml Ilcrctnuln streets, ccry Friday
lly onlrr nf tlio K. It.
w HAIlllY II. SIMPSON,
II. R. Ml! IIU AY. IMl.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets ctery Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, King
street Visiting brothers cordially In-vl-'
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
K. A. JACOI1SON, K.U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tlio 2nd nml .tli VI.rNl.S
DAY evenings of rath month at 7'30
o'clock In K. of I. Hall, King street.
Visiting I.aglcs are lnltcd to at
tend. SAM McKl.Afltin. W.P.
II. T. MOOIli:, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets ovory first nml third THURS
DAY nf enili month in fraternity Hall,
Oild I'tllnvtH' Ilulldlng. 1'ort street, at
7.30 o'clock p. m. A full nttondauco
Is desired nt every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOE8, No. 8110, A. 0. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th TiiPBdny of
each inonlli nt 7 30 p. m., In San An
tonio Hall, Vlucjnrd street.
Vlrltlug brothers cordially Invited
A. K. VICRIIA. C. R.
M. C. l'ACIIHCO, 1 S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
'Meets ovory hoc nml nml fourth
FRIDAY of each mouth In I. 0, 0. I
Visiting brothers conllally Invited to
W. C MrCOY, Sachem.
A i: MUltPIIY.C. oflt.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P, O. BXO 1S2. TEL. MAIN 101.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sate Bottled and In Bulk.
Hoffsciilaeger Co,, Lid.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
If you use cheap paint you are certain
to regret It. Inferior paint Is dear at
any price. W. P. FULLER &
CO.'S PURE PREPARED
PAINT Is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. It looks bet
ter and Is more durable
than any other paint on the
market. The secret of this Is
that only the best Ingredient!
are used in Its composition and
that they are accurately mixed.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Manager
H. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castl Vice President
W. M. Alexander... 8econd Vice Pres,
L. T. Peck Third Vie Pres.
J. Waterhouso Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & 8ugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment ot
AT 1018-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 042.
PHONE BLUE 180). HONOLULU
CilMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 402.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lischts
V ALL SIZES.
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 31S. Union St nr. Hptel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
IHnnlc books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tlia Ilullatln l'uu
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Qfr a "ne ,or a w"k ' tne cosl '
dull a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene,
tit secured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 cents!
Will to steam autos Stockyds stnble.
Miss Junnltn Ueekley hns gone to
the top aim.
Jnred (I Smith Is pipetted to return
nn tlio Mongolia.
Fresh Jam, It cents lb, at factory, 181
Hotel SL Peach this week.
'I'Ik; llonid of education Mill meat
on Thursday nftcrnoon nt ll.no.
llutter t'hurned dully ill the Honolulu
D.ilr) men's Association. White 241.
Neatly furnished rooms nl the I'on-
ulir. $1, $1.50 and $2 per week. 1213
W 0 Ktnlth nut) I.. A Thurston
lime gone to llllo and will return on
llieio will ho n rehearsal of "Tim
College Widow" nt tlio Opera House
I lure will he n special meeting ot
1'nUlic Lodge this evening with work
In the third degree.
Mr nud Mm. James IV Morgan left
on the Alameda today to visit their
1.011 In Connecticut.
vv. II Shlpninn Is expected from Ha
waii on I'riilay on business connected
with the kon lumber enterprise
llloin Is thin week selling 300 nice
fo Hngllsii Torilion laces nt tlio 1111
pieredented prlro of $5 per yard.
nn ret quality Island butter from
Mrs D01 11 Vim Tcnipsky'ii rnnrli, Kula.
ltniuoinl Itn ti jJi Market. Tel. 4l!l.
( iiptnlii r.irkcr mid Lieut. Connlr.
Leonard of the nnnl transport IjiwKjii
ih(irdiiy culled on thn Acting (lov
irnor Thcodoru Itoosctelt Camp No. 1, U.
S. W V.. meets tilts rvrulng nl 7 IM
o'clock In Its room in the Progress
The eliniilnln of the Arcentlno train-
lug ship l'rehlcnln Hannlcnto snlil
mass nt the Human Catholic Cathedral
riiraillso of tlio I'aelfle Ilornl I'ar-
nd ' NunihiT, f.2 Pages, in renin.
Vni ied Heady for Mailing. At ollleo,
Jiildleo Incubators. Tlio hustnc.u
machine. Hot water system, not hot
air. Seo them licforo bujlue. M. W.
MiChcsney & Son's, Ltd., agents. Queen
Tim Wnr Dctinrtnirnt nt Washington
Iiiih illsnpproed the iiroixnnl to turn
out live or six hundred old mllllnry
uniroruiH to thn pvoilo nl the Hcltlu
mi'iit on Moloknl,
"Arulilu" keejis Iron roofs freo from
rust nnd ruirflfles rain Mater, (live It
a trial nml lie convinced. California
l-'eed Co., agonts.
AgviiU of the Insurnnro companies
hnu juiil over to (' llrewer & Co,
ogeulg for the Ononis.! Sugar Co., fill),
bun insurance or tun loiupnii) h mill de.
Ktioyed hy riro on February 3.
lllgli Sheriff Henry cHlcrodny ar
lestnl nt Wahilua 11 Jap.uu-se, nnined
Wttil.i, who Is alleged to have oinhci
led Jiomi from Stiiutnr John (lamlall
of Ka11.1l. W111I.1 will lie sent to Knn.il
Sugur awaiting shipment on Kauai
Is us fotolWH. K, S. M., nune; Diamond
... 2MW. M. A. K.. 15.22U0: (I. k It..
Sr.U, Mcll.. 12,139; K. I'., f.00; L. I'
1U.77I, II .M., 7707; U. !"., 13,1,112; M. S
lu rciogultlou of the lueeul BcJcnllllc
dlsiuvciy of Dr. Shiga mid M. I'meuo,
baiierlologiKls, the Jnunueso MLdlcul
Assoilatlon In Hawaii presented to
each of them n gold locket together
with n letter of thanks
A meeting of tlio Teachem and
.Mothers' Cluh will ho held lu the par
lor of Cuutinl Union church, Friday
p. in. Apill 20. at 3 o'clock. Mr. V.
'IlinmpMin of Kuinehnincba Manual
will give n talk on "What I saw At
Ilia (leorge Junior Republic and Other
Siliools " Kvery one interested Is cor
dially Invited to utlend.
Tliu Moann Hotel gave, another
dame Inst evening In honor of the ot
llrers nnd IiuIIcb on the transport Sher
man, tlio o!!lcorn of the Argentine
tialnlng xlilp I'reslduulo Sarmionto nnd
the l'. S. naval transport Iiwton. Hear
Admiral l.ynn. U. S. N., and Mrs, Lyon,
Lieut and Mrs, Ciishuian, Lieut. Car
ter. Surgeon nnd Mrs. Hossller, Mnjoi
and Mrs. Fuller, Lieut, mid Mrs. Hurl-
lee wero iiieseut.
The congregation of St. CIcmentH has
clcdtd (ho following oDlcers for th
ensuing car; Wurdcns, tlcnernl 1M
ward Davis and K, U, Kieu; treasurer,
Uiueinl Udwurd Davis; secretary and
nuilltor, John Guild; vestry, II. W. M.
I.Mht, Chnrlqs L. Hliodes, II. MrlC.
Harrison, It, du I). Ijijurd. C. II. Ilc
meuwiiy, S. II. Derby, C. 1'. Clemeua
ami Wllllmu Tliompson, Tltu following
delegates were eleiied to the Toliven-
lion- (lenernl Davis, I:. (I, Keen, John
Uulld. William 1 kOiiipsou nml IL.MeK
ilurrlsuu. , t
l'erliiipH you nro a rollettor of pos
tal inrds If not you ought to bo. Tliu
rail Iiiih (01110 to btay and Is both in
tlriutlve nnd entertvlinng. Loose
c.irds lose half their value. They
should be placed lu nn allium, wheiu
they can lie properly dltplayed, m
will ho luleiesled In our lino of albums
If cm am Intel oBted In postal caniu,
I lie ii.igea or tlio alliums uro mi pro-
paied thai the (orners ot the inrds mu
(lit i-i 1 into slltH and may bo removed
for Inspection nt any time without In
liny wuy diiinnglug either tliu card r
tlio allium, llunoiulu I'liutoHiijipty
Joaijuln Joso Andr.ule lias llled an
i.plilliatlnii for a nth dabs llipior llceino
nt Alumina, llmuakun, Hawaii. Any
protests ngiilnst the Issii.iiko of tlilo
lit iiHit should hn llled in this ndlce liy
Moud.iy, May 7, luot;.
A. J CAMI'IIUI.L,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
TicnBtircr's oUlic, Honolulu, April
17, 1'JOfi. 33til-at
"Tlien you don't hellovo In women's
jlghtM?" "No; they usually writo hiiiIi
rot. cniingo jounini,
glasses you want
made by us will
, and guaranteed so.
A. N. 8ANFORD
oston Building, Fort SL,
over May & Co.
Hawallnn Iron Poncu 5fc Monument Workii
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDQ., 176-180 KINO 8T. PHONE 287.
Col Will n. Fisher, who for years
was In the real cstnto luminous In Suu
rrnnclsoo, nud whose father owns ton
Mdciahle properly In Hint lly, remem
bers as a ihlld Urn e.irlliuuakc of lbM
The eartluiuako'Of that cnr, he says,
was the most severe the illy ever felt
pievluijBly. itugu crevices In tlm
rai 111 upemd In various portions of thv
rlty; nevi.ni I people lost their lives nnd
many were Injured. Ills (.hlmueys
were precipitated and scvtr.il build
ings wire wrut'ked. lu UGH tliore was
nuuthcr earthquake, but little ma
terial damage lielug done, Klsbcr also
renumbers the cnnliiiuake of l&ss, bul
declares that t lint of 1SUU was the only
un that did great damage.
"Tlicio was a big boom on In leal
estate in Kan I'rnuclsco," sa)H I'Uher
"and tills (ntiiEtropho will piovu j
gieat sct-bick "
Chinese Troops Active
Mfirfiiiril I'rrtt RprcM Coble)
Ilnrliln, April 17. The Chinese
troops are showing gient activity lu
Southern .Manchuria, (lenernl Mn 11:1. 1
Yuan Shi Knl me Increasing the fortci,
Aoki Has Arrived
iMiaiM-MiYil I'rrr, Hiirclnl Cablr)
Vnni outer. II. C. April 17. VUcount
Aokl lias m rived horo.
The Vlsioniit Aokl, thn lirst Anilms
rador fiom Julian to tlio United States,
sailed fmm Yokohama on April Mil,
nciordlug .to 11 cablegram rceeltcd at
the time of his departure from his na
tive louuti) It had been hoped, when
tin was designated for the post, thai he
would tome hy the wuy of Honolulu,
giving Ids countrymen hero a ihancc
to welcome 111 111 upon first stepping foot
on tlin noil of thn country to which tin
Is nci rcdlteir't--
To Dismiss Durnovo
ClMorlutd I'rcta fljircnl CdMrJ
St I'llcishurK. April 17 Tlie gov
ernment Iuih secilred a linn of two bun
died nml I'fiy millions lu I'urls.
The (Vm has jiromlseil lo dismiss
(Atiotlatnl 'mi flpCQlu Cahlc)
1filin 4 (.-If IT TIima tt I tin nfniil
Kttllltl, Jt ' . I III I'll 1J1 VII" !-
of tho luttlcslilp l'rlnio ()( Wales hnvo
hi en killed nnd four Injured In n boiler
Tho battleship 1'ilnco of Wales is ot
lirtieu tlioiiKind tons dlspl.iiemcnt, nnd
uuh 1 niniili.lpil It. 1')re Klin hn twin
strews-, and two seta of veil leal triple
I'ApiuiKiuii engines, vviiu iiiuiii inoii
sand hoisn power.
Dowie Will Go To Law
Mannrhifcri 7'rr Kjicclnl Cable)
Chltago, April-17. Tlio iieKotlallous
(or 11 settlement of tho affairs of Zlim
liy (ouipiouilsu hnvo been bioken off,
nnd Dowlo will hnvo retouiso to tho
I Tlin rittitnti .if tilntn lina Hut RinnllfiAt
foot of any titled person lu the win Id.
1 Him weals l'.-i shoes.
OWN A LIBRARY
Not a Carnegie Library, but the
works of your favorite authors, at
home where you could 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 Co,,
limited! 1 Mf
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
Entrance on Hotel street.
SAFES, IRON FENCE
John Knlml nnd Knpnc linve (lied nn
nnswer in tho liahenii roipus proceed
Inm drought ngnlnsl them hy John
Kiios and his wile. Knnnhokutn, rrgaid
Ing the tustody ot Leon Htlrllng, n mi
nor. They ill ny the nll"Katlou Hint
they Induied the child n run nw-ny In
order that they might olitnln control
nf his property, lu this connection
Ihey sny Hint th havo liecn informed
Hint tlio tlilld owns hut 0110 pleco of
laud and that thU Is encumbered )'
the dower right of the widow of his
father, so that It would be very dim
cult to rcallzo nnythlng nn It, even If
I ho respondents were disposed to do
so. They therefore assert Hia( tho
pioptrty Is not of great value.
With regard to tlio allegation that
Ihey rfused to deliver up tho child to
Knos, tho respondents admit It, but
Mate that they did not restrain It of
Is ill crty or Imprison It. Knlml then
ninkes a strong ehargo against Kiioh,
staling: "Thnt somo threo weeks ngo
the mid child came to him nt his
place In Wnlklkl In the most piteous
plight, weeping, ragged and dirty, with
sore on lis linnds, and great welts or
lirulfcs nn His legs nnd arms, which
ho asserted had been inflicted by tho
(inld Joe 1:110s for a trivial offense.
Thn under thn Impulsn of compassion
mil humanity ho took the boy In. wash
eel him, fed and clothed him In decent
npparel, and has cared for him up lo
They further deny thnt they gave the
Improper enro on tho part of Kiioh nnd
the fact Hint he did not exhibit to them
Hie deereo of adoption ns reason for
lestiainlng tlio child, hut they nllego
that these facts nro true and null thnt
the child bo taken from tho rustody
of i:nns mid ho nltowed to remain with
CRIQ KOHALA'8 TR0UBLE8.
Atcrdcen, Wash., April 3. Tlio crw
of the lirliMiitlnc Kohala, Captain Ud
new, which arrived in port Sunday
I rum Cliiimperlio, Ctnlral America.
charge the captain with extreme cruel
ly w him loading the tnrgo. They tveru
union men, working ulna hours, bul
worn ri'ipilrcd to stnud an anchor
wntcli also, 'ihey refused nnd won
put In Irons In the hold of thn ship
(Jim man snys ho was Insulted, and
kltl cd lu the fain by the cnptnln when
unnuie to protect lilmsel, one, man
tnys ho was hung over the sldo by
lojio. with the Irons still on.
Hie men stnlo (Hither that they wrr
Kept In the hold forty-eight hours with
out fund or water The captain tin cal
med to keen llicm there until they
bcjulrmcd. Tho tlibt mate, who had
inaunooii enough to stnud by mid try
lo piotcd (hem, tvus discharged wlilh
lu ( enlrnl Ainrilcn, The captain says
Ihey hud tumble and tho men were
put in lions mid kept In Hit) enblu until
tliu Aiiii'iliaii Consul could bo reached.
They were then kept in Jul! four dayt.
unci, on returning to 10 ship, there
tvus 110 mora trouble. Dwlrlclt dcjill
tho charges nf cruelty and says tho
men urn exaggerating inn acts.
Tho H1110 reciulrcd for a Journey
icmiul the enilli by a man walking day
nnd night, without resting, would hu
ViS days; nn express train, forty days;
sound, nt a medium temperature, 32Vi
hours; a cannon ball, 111-; hours; light,
a little over one-tenth of n second :
loud electricity, patting over a copper
wlre. n little under one-tenth of a sec
llrnzllUn ants make lit tic gardens In
the treelnps unil bow them with pine
upplo nud other eeds. Tho gardens
mo found of nil sizes, from a single,
spmutlug seed surrounded by n llltlo
earth to i densely overflown ball 113
Inignas a man's head,
In India nboiit 2,iion,nno of tho na
tives ran now rend English,
SAN FRANCISCO WRECKED
(Continued' from Page 1)
moll and panic that It is Impossible to know Just what hat happened.
From all that can be learned the damage by the earthquake Is princi
pally below Montgomery street,
The land lines of the city are demoralised, and It Is highly nrobable that
Honolulu learned of the catastrophe before the people of the 8tales were In
formed. SAN FRANCISCO, April 18. (Received at Honolulu office at 9:20 A.M.)
The Call building Is wrapped In flames, everything seems to be going to
ruin. The Grand and Palace Hotels are rapidly going.
We are forced to close down here now. Stand by to receive messages
from us, If possible, from the street. We are abandoning the office. There
la na hope of saving It. Qood-byel
; ' 1 i vr
8:43 A. M. A cablegram hat been received from 8an Francisco, stating
that the Call building collapsed an hour ago. The whole street Is doomed.
The cable men In San Francisco are prepar Ing to move, but fear they wllJ
not be able to connect up at once on account of failure to obtain cartage. The
San Francisco cable office Is at 5J3 South Market street
"City May Be Sinking
From a message received thlt morning at the cable olflee, It It believed
that the water It advancing from the Bay and going toward the center of
San Francisco. The message Is somewhat ambiguous, and It It not possible
to trlt If the words "rapidly coming up," refer to the fire or tho water. At
the waterfront It ground that was filled In, and was originally a marsh, It Is
possible that the ground Is sinking and the water will cover the large part
of the business section of the city.
Cables Are Held
The cable office at 10:45 a. m. sent the following to persons who had
filed cablet at the Honolulu office:
HONOLULU, 4 18,06.
Your metsage to It held here subject to delay owing to our
office In San Francisco being destroyed 1 fire.
Superintendent Qalnes It testing the coble between here and San Fran
Cisco to learn If there It any break. One of the last dispatches to him Is
rather ambiguous. He cannot quite make out whether the cable office It be
ing surrounded bv fire or that the water (1 coming up.
Fearing that the cable had been Injured somewhere between San Fran
cisco and Honolulu, a test was mado at the local office a little before 11
o'clock thlt morning, but It wat found that the cable It still In good condi
tion until It reachet San Francisco Bay. The delay In getting the cable
beached at the Cliff House Is attributed to the Impossibility of getting trans,
portatlon for the workmen and their repairing material from the center of
the city to the Cliff House. All street cars are out of commission and all
other kinds of conveyances, It It believed, are not operating.-
Mr. Qalnet It now of the opinion that the dispatch which might have
been Interpreted to mean that the water Is advancing In the city refen lim
ply to the flamet. He ttatet that all the business district south of Market
street is In rulnt, and that the flamet were spreading rapidly. The whole
city Is In a panic.
The following cable gram wat forwarded to San Francltco by
Secretary E, H. Paris at an early hour thlt morning:
Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco:
Heartfelt sympathy. Can wt cerve youT Wire particulars.
HONOLULU MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION.
: ,. ) ..
Area Of Destruction
8:30 A. M. A cablegram Is said
area of destruction Is below Montgomery street and all below that Is under
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Apr. 17, 1901,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
I'etei C Jones Lid to Trederlck U
Johnson ct nl D
J W I'O'linoro to Wm Henry AM
Anna II Tucker to Alice 11 IIarttvc.ll. D
Isabel V Andrado to Wm S Kills.. Hot
Wn, S Kills to Sarah 1! Clark D
Enral: II Clark and lisb lo 11 Water-
house Tr Co Ltd tr M
Sarah II Clark and lisb to II Water-
horso Tr Co Ltd tr M
Entered for Record Apr. 18, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Ann Lldgatn by tr lo Llmlra M John
John Kinineliith and wf to Mnry U
J M Dowsett tr lo Y Aliln Hoi
Recorded April 5, 1906.'
John Namnkt to Ano (w) et nl; I);
Int In Or 81L Knninnanul, Walalua,
Onliu: 11. etc. II' 278, p 381. Dated
Mar IS, 190C.
II Makn nml tvf to Lukn K Lnmllanl
(widow); I); Int In por 11 I G7fi, Knl
5TI1, Wnlkano Koolaunokn. Oahii:SI.
ote 11 -iiH, p ass. Dated Deo 23, 1905.
wm nenry nml wf to Mary I; Uiw;
D; por II I' 2850. Kills 1031-8400. lwl-
let. Honolulu; $1. etc, II 278, p 386.
Dated Apr 3. 1900.
r. Colt llohion to C II nclllna; It el;
lots 1, 2, 3, 20 and 21. blk J. Knlliao
loho tioct. Honolulu; W. II 285, p
06. Dated Apr 3, 1900.
Kunemnkua (k) to J M Kealolin (k)
Rel Cnr: 11 l''g Qrs 1019 and 1791. Kn
roananul, Walalua, Oahti; 15, II 278,
p 387. Dated Aug 13, 1900.
Kmmallno M Magnon and hsg (J A)
lo Itlchnril B Kollyj I); por Or COS, Ka
lllil, Honolulu, Onhit; (500, II 278, p
388, Dated Apr 3, 1906.
Walpalieo llarennlm anil lisb to John
H D'Almpldu; Mi por Or 179!, bldgs,
lite, Kmnunaniil, Walalua, Onliu; $100,
H SEC, p 66. Dated Apr S, 1906.
to have been received, stating that the
Walpaliec Ilarenaba and hsb to John
II D'Almelda; M; por Or 179S, bldgn,
ote. Kamannnul, Walalua, Oaliu; $100.
II 28S. p 66. Dated Apr S. 1906.
Ilalalll Kalhu (w) to Kallic; D: stir
In liui Inml, I'eahl, Ilaniakualna, Maul,
$70. 11 278, p 383. Dated Feb 22, 1906.
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WHERE IT WENT
More than one cablegram was sent
"Honolulu to Midway, (lunm, Manila,
One of the gentlemen who sent out
n mewuixe "the other way nrouuil" be
gan to figure where his message would
travel and Oils Is what ho had written
to tho Stales this morning by way of
the Orient and Suez, Thn cable Is
working all right In that direction al
though It Is not known how closo tho
telegraph goeH to Han Krunclsto as tha
land lines uro u.ild to bo down,
HongkongD, Silgon, Slugnporc, I'd-
nang, Madras, llombay, Aden, Alex
andria, Multn. Gibraltar, Lisbon,
Asoies, New oYrk to I'ortland nml
Hience supposedly lo the vicinity ot
San Frnnclsio by telephone, l'rlco
about $3 a word."
Cyclists In Hoiimanla are forced by
Ilia authorities to have their name and
address not only on thn frame of their
machine, hut also on thn lamp glass,
so that it may be read nt night.
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