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BVRNINn ntJU.RTIN, HONOLULU. T. 1!.. TUESDAY. APIUI, 21. 1900.
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B1SMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad'
die Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Special
Honolulu Commandery Special
8 p. m.
Leahl Chapter Initiation.
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members of llio
order nro or.llnlly Invited to nt
tend meetings o local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:20
In I. O. O. F. Hull. Fort street.
i:. It. IIKNIHIY. Secretary.
ui.Mint i:. schwauziiiiuo. n.o.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
7;30 o'clock In K. of 1'. Hull. King
street. Visiting In others cordially In
vited to attend.
o. j. wnnniiKAn, c.c.
I'. WAI.DUON, K.H.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
K. I'. Hull. King street, nt 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic I.oi;c, No. 2, Win. Me
Klnlcy Lodge, No. 8. mid vlslttiis
brothers eoidinlly Invited.
A. D. IIONI), C. C.
A. 8. KKNWAY, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No. CIO, 11. 1'. O. K..
will meet III llielr hall, on Miller
niul lleretuula streets, every Friday
Ily order of tlio D. It.
1IAHIIY II. SIMPSON,
ir. i:. MuitHAY. i:..
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 n'clo.k In K. of I'. Hull, KIiik
treeL Vl.ltlng Urotlicra cordially in
TlM to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
:. A. JAC011SON, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
McetH on tlio 2nd mul -Hit WUUNF.H
DAY eunliiijH of euili iiioiitli nt 7:30
o'clock In K. of 1'. Hull, King street.
Vlsdtltig logics uro invited to at
tend. SAM MrKKAaUU, W.P.
II. T. MOOIti:. W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first and third THURS
DAY of each immth In rraternlty Hall,
Odd Fellows' Ilulldlng, Fort street, nt
7:30 o'duek p. in. A full atteudauco
Is drslrul nt every meeting.
Transaction of Dullness.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets ovory 2d anil -illi Tuesday of
cadi month nt 7:30 p. m lu San An
tonio Hull, Vlnojnrd street.
Vltlllng brothers cordially Invited
a. k. vn:nnA. c. n.,
m. c. i'aciu:co, v. a.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
MectB overy second and fourth
FRIDAY of each mouth lu I. O. O. F.
Visiting biolhers cordially Invited lu
W. C. MtCOY. Sachem.
A. K. MUltl'HY. C. ofll.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.00 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTOOMERY
P. O. BXO 1S2. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Dottled and In Bulk
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
KING AND BETHEL 8TREET3
Wall paper, well
chosen, beautlfien a
house. Wc have just
received our new sea
sons' patterns and very
novel and beautiful they
are. The designs and color
ing are, as a whole, decidedly
In advance of past olfcrlngs. An
early Inspection will ensure a sat
isfactory choice. :: :: :: :: ::
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKC Minigsr
H. F. Baldwin President
J. D. 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
Hawaiian Commercial & 8ugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Comoany,
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO,
P. O, BOX 812.
PHONE BLUE 1801, HONOLULU)
GAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Order delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315, Union St nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Wank books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tlio Ilulletm Pub
LOCAL AND GENERAL
0(n a line for a week Is the cost of
JUL. a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene,
fit cc cured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 centsl
White steam atitos. Stockyds stable.
Mrs. It. T. Purest of l'.ihala Is In the
The Honolulu Times for May will bo
out Thursday morning.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, 1C. of I'., meets
tonight lu K. of 1'. llnll. King street
The Hawaiian Women's Club will
uiecl nt the Kalulaul Homo at 2: IS lu
iln "Dhiinond llciut Chuillo" has sub
iiiilhd tu the S.iu Francisco relief
Vm. W. Pnllai- nud her ulster. Miss
raniuliir. of llotioiuii are spending Urn
Neatly furnished rooms at tlio Pop
ular. $1, JI.G0 and 2 per week. 1213
Will K. Fisher well knew Mr. Tli
ilcn. tlio men-hunt killed by vlgil.intci
In .Sail Franclsi o.
A. K Mullltt, stopping nt (lie Young
hotel, got vvoid that his frleniU In H.iu
Frunclsio were safe.
The Vuiliir.i, expettcd today, has
nniplc accommodations lor a large
iiuuiliei' of jiaiscngers.
l'lnest qtinllty Island butter from
lrn Duni Von Tcmpsky's ranch. Kula.
Unyiiiond Uan.-li .Market Tel. 4CI.
llrlen i: Kvkol has been iiipolnted
administratrix of the estate of Kulu
k.ialaul. dei-e.iscil, uiiilrr a K00 IhiihI.
.IiiiIkv ItohlUFOli has appointed It. II.
Trui t ailinliilitrator of the estate of
the late Dale MiAlplu under a ftGOV
An einlpcisse.l leather sofa cushion
was the llrst at tide donated for Will
i:. Klsher'H H.in 1'r.iuelKeo relief auc
l'aradlso of the Pacific I'loral Tar
ads Number, S3 Pages, 15 cents.
Wrarped Heady for Mailing. At ollleo,
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling and
preservative properties. California
t'ceil Co., agents.
James 1". Morgan, rcprcttcnllng the
I'loinollon Cominliteo, will cndcaor
to leave for Han Krunelsco on the
NipiKin Mnru today.
A mietlng of l.eahl Chapter No. X,
Order of the Eastern Star, will he held
on Wednesday evening to discuss rc
..ef for Han Krunelsco.
T. W. I loin on was jcstcrd.iy appolut
rtl uilmlnlstratiir of the estate of Hie
late Frances IC. 1 lulu on by Judge Itob
innin. Hi) Is to tlio n -U0(J bund.
Owing to an Impending shortage
lausid by the Sail I'ranrlsio illsaMtr,
the prhe of opium has mUiiiiced from
Its iioimal piUo of li to 2'i it tin.
The mother mid family of the laic
Piiil II. Schmidt desliu to tlrink the
many friend whu showed their ujjn
pathy lu kliidnei's lu their late licreavc.
Jubilee Incubators. Tlio business
iiKichluu. Hot water system, not hot
ulr. Kco them before buying. M. W.
McChcsucy & Sou's, Ltd., ugvuts, (Jueeit
Acting Coventor Atkinson List ulghl
ilclltcicd an .uldrcsj, befuru tlio Soda
Sck'iue Club on the sillijcct of "libor.
The cluli met at the residence of T
TIih .Valug Uoveruor has appoliili'd
J. Walter Doyle us assistant to J. P.
Moig.in. who leaves lu the Ventura to
take ih.uge of the relief miasm es m
Judge Do Holt yesterday granted' a
motion fur n dlici'ted verdict for the
jupilttal of Choi Look, charged with
being a ihu fu ugetit. Judge Clear rep
icteuteil the defendant.
The "Tlieokophleul Hoclily ill Ainer
lia" will tlart a group fur tlio study
Mini discussion of thcotuplilcnl mill-
IciiH, iiicetliigs to lie held overy 1 rlday
uteuliig lu (lie Piugiess bluck.
I'uiiit Ciituues, No. bllU, A. O. P..
holds an Imnoitaiit meeting tills even
ing tu piovldo nieius for the relltf of
Ancient Poicstcia lu 13a n 1'ranclsco.
livery uiembcr Is reipieisted tu be pres
Court Camoea, No. Slid, A. O. I'.,
holilb an Important meeting this even
lug io piovldo means for the teller of
Atuluit PoresteiH in San Kranelseo.
Kvery inemher In requested to ho pres
ent. Tlio Music 1'esllval will havo a shine
In tlio gift to tlio sufferers lu Han
Piiinilbt.0. It has In en decided to glvtt
tlio net pioaicds of I ho Congress ol
Sung in tho Opeia houto to tlio Itellof
Kxeelslor Lodge, I. O. O, R, meclh
tonight to consider tho resolution
adopted nt a special meeting regarding
-iter for Ihc S.m Fruuikro suttiirera
All iiicmliers lire rciniesteil to uttend
Hincoe W. Perkins lias lieaid fmui
Ills father In San Francisco that all
I he family nro well and nothing K
liieded. Sumo of his folks vvcic ill
Uiilght and Scott streets ami otbcu
were at Webster mid P.igo streets ill
linn) of tho earthiiuako.
HiiHHell Pailvo Wnllirldgo, only sou
of .Mrs. 1L 1). Wnlbrldgo, died last
evening lit the residence of Mrs. A. S,
Purlio, lleretuula Btiect, llo was ten
yeurB of ngo and was operated on yes
terday afternoon for appendicitis, hut
did not recover from tho shock.
The ludies' minstrel show which was
to havo been given by tho Kuiiulii How
tin: Club on May 1 1 til has been unsl-
poued for tlio present on ucioiint of the
San Francisco illsustrr. ucKets ai
icady botiEht may ho returned to club
uiemliers tun money will ua iciunu.ru
I.ato jesterdity evening the truiiw
poit DW urilved from Manila, but us
thete Is a uibo or vvuiit is suppweu iu
ho uniiillnux on board shv will llo out-
shlo the harbor for a few duys. Hho
hud an uneventful trln from tho Ur-
Icnt. Shu bus on board IU00 uf coal for
Tliero will bo no shoilago of oil js
n result of the car Unmake, according
to tho following Information received
by rnhle ycBterilay fiom tlio I'ntoii tin
Company by II. F. Dllllngliani: "Oil
shlnmeiitB unlnlcriiiptril," It had been
feaied that the conditions In San Fran
cisco would causo n shortage of oil,
mid that us a result the plantation
would buffer, but this ucvvtt dears up
glasses you want
made by us will
and guaranteed so.
A. N. 8ANFORD
oston Building, Fort St,
over May &. Co.
BTHgji'i ' 'f . Tj'aj.. ttl"' H Msl?-sriij?lyilMijirWl3I-y
&wK3MVWbt. -JVw 7ZjK5tI9iQrljfKrBCFiw! 4XJifJ" UTT.'
MONUMENTS, SAFE8, IRON FENCE
Mnvnlltin Iron Ponco ci lAlonumont Works
NEXT TO VOUNO DLDO., 176-180 KING 8T. PHONE 287.
II. II. Cnoper reielvcd a vvlieless tcl
egnun Mils moriilug finui lepresenla
lives of Lodge .Maul at Walluku nn
roiiiidng tlml-clie lurner sloue of thn
new temple nl Kahulul will bo laid
with Masonic ceremony on Saturday
A general Invltnlloii Is extended to
lilt the local Mnsoulc bulges of the city
to attend. Thinm going up will piuh
lihly take tho (.Mainline, which sails Fri
Jliirmonv l.odce. i. n n p i-.u-
f-venlni: ntuiifiiiriutfil utm iIuhiumm,! ,ini.
lars towards lln relief of tulfeieis by
tho 'recent cinlhipiako nil the Coast.
Tho Odd FelloivB of S.iu Fiuiklsio
havh n (Innenil Itnlhr CithhiIhi.,.
which Is a permanent body, iiuf which
nannies all luultorH of henelltH nud IO
Uef vvlllilu 1 b Jurisdiction. This Com
inliteo will he notified by radio to
diavv on llanunny Lodgo an may bo
iiceueii up in tno amount mimed.
Tho amount voted Is not for Ihu ex
tltu.vo benefit or Odd Fellows and
their families, although these will
verv nrimerli- nihil ni-iwinli.tif . Tlwi
extending of lellef lu those oiilsiilr the
iinlei will he lert to the iliHt-rctlnii of
tho relief committee ahovo named.
Box Office Open
For Big Benefit
Tho box ofllce opens nl Wall, Nich
ols for Hit sale ot reserved seaU for
Tim College Widow" which win ho
piCBCntrd at the Opetn Ilouso April
2lth and L'Sth and a matlneo on tdu
latter date at leguinr matlneo prleea.
Ah ban been deforo tinted these uro
to ho lienellt performances, the entiio
prolltH being given to help swell the
relief fund that Is to ho sent to the silf
fcreiH of -ho htrlcken city by all ol
Hawaii. This Is a lima when all nr
striving, hand In huml, for tho com
mem cniiHe. and tho way tho cxchungi)
tlckttH are being disponed or amply
Justifies the assertion.
Tills evening tho dress rehearsal
takes plate and ull will he gono
thiough us It lu n tegular perform
ance. The new Bcenery Is ictuly. tho
last nro all piepared lu ovory p.utleii
lar, nud a leal good pcrfoiituinco given
for u most woilhy cause, should pack
tlin.hoiiso nt nil performances,
The matinee uu Sutmduy will he at
regular matlneo pijccs, and Ib an op
portunity fur students of tho vnilnun
schools and colleges to lip there, help
ing out In tho common cause, ami, tit
tho enmo time witnessing n mast In
teresting, tiuo to llfo nnd clever per
formance taking In all phases of col
lege life and activity, nnd, furnishing
nn tpportunlty to lend n mlto 1o help
Nwcl' tlic hlg relief fund. Ilox olllio
opens tomonovv nud reserved seats
for loth nights may bo had upon pay
men' of either ins oxchaugo ticket or
the amount In cash.
Tho BUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published Ip the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75irJ per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
Ono hundred and fifty of tho 070
members of tho new House of Cotn
iuuus ate total abstainers.
CIVES $1,000 FOR RELIEF
Few people have not read "The Ra
ven" and "The Bells", by Edgar AI-'
ten Poe, but his wonderful prose
works have only recently begun to be
Poe s marvelous Imagination has
originated many splendid short stor
ies which have been the Inspiration of
many more recent writers.
Dr. A. Conan Doyle, for Instance,
admits using Poe's "Dupin" as the
model for his "Sherlock Holmes."
If you want to get a glimpse of
Poe's great genius get a set of his
SET, beautifully bound... $10.
SET, more elaborate ....$15.
Sold on easy payments. '
Wm, C. Lyon Co,,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs,
entrance on Hotel street
Y. Anln. the well known Chlneso
capitalist, who gained considerable no
toiiety nt his recent conlllrt with tho
finum Jury relative In rhofnK this
ii i preiiented to (lie Acting (Invent
or a petition, nsMtig that tho Chlneso
who vvero rend ucil destitute by tliu
San Ftaueicco dliiiislor, bo Imported
In Hawaii to work cm tho plantations.
Anln slatch that ho takes .his action
lu behalf of (ho Chlneso societies and
communities In genciiil. Tho petition
In lull was ns follows:
To His Uxcclleney A. I.. C. Atkinson,
. acting uoveruor of tho Territory
Your pelllloiicr lospcctfiilly renre-
scuta that Inasmuch ns groat disasters
havo overladen tho city of San Fran-
risen, reducing It to ashes, and mak
ing Its IlihahlluntH homeless;
And wlicreas resident lu that Ily
worn nud ale many tliousaiuls of Chi
ncsc, whoso places of residence nud
of business and property ho,vo been
destioyeil, uud grent siifTering being
cntnlled upon my countrymen, tho
spirit of humanity urges that Home
thing should ho dono for their relief.
Iu these Islands wo need laborers
nnd these desoluted countrymen of
mine want work. Tho Chlneso nro
novel Idlers, There aro tliousaiuls of
them who would come hero nnd fur
nish your plantations labor, had they
tho menus of transportation. Assist
ance In them will ho assistance to this
I inn well advised that tho provi
sion? of (ho llxilnslou Act nud tho Or
ganic- Act will not prevent their com
ing tu Huwnll, they securing Identifi
cation piiporH showing that they wero
bona fide residents of California be
fore their ilepartuic hither.
The Chinese Consul nt San Francis
co, lu event of Identification papers
holn 2 destroyed, can Identify my un
fortunate countrymen ns having ht-cu
propci ly In California, and thus secure
their- certificates of domicile irom mm
nnd I believe nud nm Informed Hint
filch a eerllllcalo will ho sullielent for
It will be only the question of Identity
when ono of tho unfortunates should
Havo mercy on the homeless. Why
not pre pa to somo wny for thoso people
to ninko u living? unn nits novum
ment not provide them trunsportn
tloiiT If you can and they came, as
they will, )ou need not need to send
commissioners to tho Philippines or
flHowhoro. Hero Is labor nt .your
gntes only asking yuu Io open. Pay
their way and they will repay you
Iu full belief that ou will assist this
project, I am a friend of my country-
uicii anil of Hawaii,
(Signed) Y, ANIN.
Facts About the American Indian's
Tlio American Indian, necttstomed
irom time Immemorial to go barchcad-
u! lu nil kinds of weather, is never
tumbled with falling hair ur baldness.
Tho eloso atinosphcio catibcd by our
"elvIIUcil" head-gear Is coiiduelvo to
tlio bleeding of Inllnltesliual germs
which dig Into tho scalp und thrive uu
(ho Blip uf tho hair-root.
This truo cause ot baldness Is of ro
cent discovery mid explains Ihu nun-
success uf ull Imlr-vlgurs which treated
baldness us ti functional disorder.
Newbto's Herplcldc Is a direct exlcr
mlnntnr of tho germ. "It destroys tho
cnuso and permits the linlr to grow as
Hold by leading druggists. Bend 10".
In stamps for eamplo to Tlio Ilerpicldo
Co.. Dettoll. Mich. Ilolllstcr Drug Co.,
naj-"For Rent" cards on sale at
tho Bulletin office,
Tim lfnu-nllnn Itmirl will clvn II tlllh-
lie concert this evening nt 7:30 at the
Voting Hotel, as follows;
March: "Comrades" Tclko
rivi-rliirn- "Unntlt-nmliln" ItoHsltll
lla1lp.il: "Ellin Mnkn Ulliill"..Hcrm
Selection: "Mnrltann" Wnltaco
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.. nr. by llcrgcr
Mcsdamcs Nnnl Aiapat ami
Select Ion: "U I'erlchole" ..Orfenbncli
"In My Merry Oldsinobllo".lMvvnrds
Finale: "llnppy Ilclnlo" Lampo
,Tlic Btar-SpanBlccl Ilanncr."
-rl.A l.nanl.nlt fnnma tinvn rOmiV fOC-
ward and offered their services for tho
benefit of tho Ban Francisco suuercrs.
Two games ot ball will probably bu
played ut I ho llaseball Park on Satur
day uflcrnoon, Ono gnmo has been
tir ranged for between tho I'unnlioiu
..., ,!..!... 1'l.n fiflmf-u tf-nmn Will bo
Uliil uhiiu.1 . .j w,..-.B -
the II. A, C.'s against cither tlio Mallcs
til .. Ik. Innni. nrn In c-fi1,1 ftlllinu
.1,1 ui i.iu ii....a ... ... -' - -
lu piny gill edge ball and nny one who
spends their money to sec the boys In
action will lio well repaid besides help
ing n cause that is certainly worthy.
tho teams win appear whu mur
liivil lltir.niin nnd so 111 b or them will
be In new uniforms.
llert Powers will ti nip Ira tlio games
nn.l flint- will naaiimn nit Ihn ntllicnr-
unco of icgular leagunganici.
After nn iiucvcntfiil voyage, the fi.
S. Ventura arrived nt about 1:30
o cluck from tho Colonies nnd ijocko.l
nt tho Oceanic wharf. She will sail fur
Ban Francisco at 8 o'clock this even
ing. Inking a largo number of passen
gers from Honolulu tu San Francisco.
Among tho tourists on board the
Ventura nro .Mr. nud Mrs. M. Oldham,,
prominent people from Umdon who nro
making n tour of the world, P. Meers,
n distinguished climber of tho Alps, Is
also n passenger on tlio vessel. Anoth
er person of Importance among tho
passengers Is W, Idle, the owner ot the
Mujcsllc Theater In Sydney.
Tlio Ventura wns IS days and lO'.u
hours coming from Sydney to Hono
lulu, a little longer than usual. Thn
lateness In arrival wus simply duo to
stow sailing, nnd not to any unusual
1 THE SALVATION ARMY.
Thi) local Corps of tho Salvation Ar
my has made nrrnugements tu give a
special meeting nt Kaumakaplll
Church, In Palamn, on Monday even
ing. April 30th, for the benefit or the
San Francisco sufferers.
They nro training their children for
special exercises, unci with tho chil
dren from their Mission Sunday
school, on School street, and tho chil
dren from tho hall on King nnd Nun
nun streets, they promlso a good en
tertainment. Tho hall will bo closed that night,
and tho wliolo Corps will nltend tho
meeting In tlio Kniininknplll Church.
J. Waller Doyle, who goes to tho
Coast iu the Ventura to assist J. F.
Morgan ns representing local business
men In tho work of relief, travels ut
Ills own expense nnd without llnanclal
Col. C. J. McCarthy has opened n Job
bing department iidjolulng tho Crlto
rlou Saloon und will sell first ctusy
tdrtilght goods. Speclul .phono Mulu
... uuods will bo delivered by Mer
chants' Parcel Delivery.) -
COAL FOR HONOLULU WATEI1
WORK8 AND 8EWER PUMPING
Scaled proposals will bo received at
tlio ollleo of tho Superintendent of
Public Wnrks, Honolulu, T. II., until
IS o'clock m, of April 2Cth, 1808, fcfr,
furnishing r(Hl tonH of coal; 2U0 tons
to bo dellveied nt tho Kallltl Pumping,
Station, nnd 300 tuns tu tho Sower
Didders will specify tho brands ot
coal upon which thoy tender prices.
,J'o coal will bo accepted that s not
free Irom slate, dirt ur oilier foreign
Commencement of delivery to bo
made Immediately after tho award of
Proposals must bo submitted In a
sealed cuvolopu. addressed to C. S.
Ilollowny, Superintendent of Public
Works. Honolulu, T. It., endorsed.
'I'roposal for 000 tonB of coal."
Tho Superintendent of Public Vork
reserves lho right to reject nny or all
C. 8. HOIjLOWAY,
Hiiperlntcudunt of Public Works.
I Honolulu, April 25th, 1000. 33GG-21
The following hnva filed application
for liquor licenses, any protests
ugalnst (ho Issuance of these licenses
should bo Died In this ollleo by Tues
day, May inth, I90G:
Henry Akl, nth Class, Hnniiapn,
(1, Aklann, Ctli Class, Knlltia, N, Ko
Mntizon HII07.I, nth Class, 11 1-4
,Mlles, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii,
A. J. CAMPI1KIX,
Treasurer, Tonltory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, April 23rd, 190U. 33GU-3t
(ill io' Gonsr
Tho O. S. 8. Ventura, duo to sail for
San Francisco nl 8 p. in. has n largo
booking ns follows: Mrs. J. Hi Rich
ards, Mrs. 1-:. Si'hwanck nnd daughter,
Sirs. W. J. Kline. It. (1. ltamsay, Mr.
nud Mrs. J. D. Marques, Mrs. J. II.
Freltns, J. 1'. Dins, Mrs. J. W. 1-nnc,
Mrs. (I. C. Wulkcr. Mrs. M. A. Salis
bury. Mrs. C. I). (Iltnilan, Miss I.. K.
(lllflllmi, W. A. llrjnn, Mrs. W. W.
Hall, J. T. Crumble nnd wife, Mrs. II.
J, Wmldcll, J. S. Harlan and wife, I..
I.. Cray and wife, Mrs. P. Watson, Mr.
nnd Mrs, K. A. llrulck ami son, Miss
J, M. Teblis, Dr. James, Dr. Murrlls,
Miss M, I.ovcjoy, Miss McLnln, I). M.
ltoss, F. Thomas and wife, II. D. Cook,
II. K. Drown nnd wife, C. V. Ilpsil-
(Inc. Miss Hnseltlnc. T. II. l'ctrlo, W.
3, Mcluerny, d. 1'ontiial,. Jr., Mr. and
Mrs, MaruuurJt, J. Andrade, M. II.
Slgifoos, 8. P. Hartley and wife, Sin,
C. Dulscnbcrg. Miss Flood. A. W. Kirk
lnu eland wife. Mrs. M. Phillips. T. D.
ltcynolds, T. W. Hodron, M. 8. Woods,
'K. A. Wlnnnt, J. D. Dole. II. O. Thrift,
Ales. McAshlcy nn!l wife, C. J. M. Poli
ty and son, 12. W, Oulnn, Mr, nnd Mrs,
11. C. Turner. O. W. llrovvn, Kcl. II,
Miller, Jns, K. Jaeger, II. 11. Hcnloii,
J. I.. P. ltoblncon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex.
Young. Aubrey Itoblnson, Dave Crow
ley, II. A. McWnync. Dr. Potnnm. Miss
I.ange, K. O. White, Jose Pcnn. Jns,
8. Young, Jr., C. I). (keen and wife, J.
C. Coney anil wife, Ho v. W. J. Cleve
land and wire, D. J. Mlsamiirn, Mrs.
Toku, Mrs. ll.ikcr, .Mrs. 8. Tnnuka, S.
IK Lew In, C II. Fnurot. F. (1. D.irosu,
F. W (lilderslecva and sou, Wm.
House. W. F. Franks, Miss J, Mills, IC.
W or BIAS!
Ai. other henvy blast in tho cxcnv.i-
t Ion for tho now McCandlcss block on
tho corner of Ilclhcl and King slrcclti
this forenoon created a great ileal of
excitement iuiU narrowly escaped pro
ving traglcnl In Its effects. Largo
pieces of conn were hurled over tho
high billboards, landing on tlio sidewalk-
In front of tho Metropolitan
Meat Market nnd going as fnr ns
Levy's grocery store. A liolu wns torn
through tlio fencing and (hero wns a
scramble to get out ot the way of Hy
ing debris. No less than thrco horses
wera frightened and two of them wero
hit, tho latter Htnrllng to run. Fortu
nately, bystanders scltcd the relnj
and prcvcnled runaways.
A man whu docs business on Ilclhcl
street nnd whoso ollleo door wan.
Bmashed by a former blast nnd who,
nt Lho time, was furious, enmo running
out of hts, placo-when this morning's,
blast (lightened people and hnd n good
laugh at lho expense at his neighbors.
It depends largely where- tho stoucJ
(ull us tu whu clues the giggling.
INDEFINITE HOLD-UP OF BIQ
(Continued from Piaa 1.)
from lho Oceanic Company lu San
Francisco (o (ho effect (hat (heir ves
sels, with the exception of tho Alainn
ila. would suspend tailing fur an Indef
inite lime, Icnvcg (ho local mall serv
ice to tho Const limited to tlio Ala
meda nnd tho Irregular freighters of
tho Anierlcnn-llawallnn Company,
(Tillers lho (lovernmcnt puts on n spiv
Ull boat for lho purpose of bringing
mall to lho Hawaiian Islands. It can
ho seen that malls will bo far be
tween until conditions change.
Postmaster Pratt suyH there Is no
wny tu fin eo tho vessels (o operate,
except to lino tho uwncrB fur n brench
of contract. If It Is npparent to tho
(loverument oinclnls (hat tho compa
nies, nro doing tho very hcBt In their
.power, tlio Hue, ho thinks, will only
During tho war between Russia and
Japan, tlio Toyu Klscn Kalsha vcsseli
wero not under regular contract with
tho United Slates, but simply perform
ed an Irregular service. Slnco tho
end of the wnr, however, n now con
tract has been formed with tho com
pany to carry tho mulls for a year,
eliding Mny 1, 1907.' ' '
Postmaster Pratt was asked this
morning It ho thought It possible Hint
tho (loverument might uso tho Iroquois
for tiansportatlon ot malls to tho 1st
nnds, but ho replied ho did not think
this would bo done. Ho does not think
that any vessel will bo Impressed Into
rcivlco, but that each vessel buIIIiir
for tho Island's under fast tlmo will bo
rccpilrcd tu bring mall,
Somo of tho local merchants ex
pressed somo npprclienslon this morii
lug when thoy learned of tlio suspen
sion of Rnllliii: of vessels, while other J
'feel that t wilt not Interfere material-
ly with local conditions, as (hero will
ilia enough vessels coming to Honolulu
from other Const cities to supply lo
rql needs. Many aro of tho opinion
that It will only bq for a very short
period that tlio vcbscis will no re
tained In that port, for train servlca
Is evidently good from Oakland, and
supplies and freight of all kinds will
noon ho brought In to meet nil do
mantis, Homo explanation of tho cablegram
this morning, slntlng that th,o vessels
Will not sail as usual, (s contained lit
the following cablegram received es
terday by II, llackfcld & Co.:
Ban Fiunclsco, April 23, 12 in. Can
not lesiimo shipments for somo time.
Wll ndvlso further, movements, de
pending actions commercial bodies.
, A Joint meeting of he no On As
sociation nnd tlio United Chlheso Asso
ciation wns held last nlRht In the D.
C. A. hnll. A soliciting commlltco wa
appointed to cnuv.ttBs, Chinatown for
money for San Francisco Chlneso re
lief. Honolulu Chlneso will probably
send -1000 bags ot rice to San Francisco.
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