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KVKN1N0 lltlt.t.nTIM, HONOLULU, T 1! , MONDW, APHU 1. lt07.
v Hawaiian Stated.
Pacific Third Degree
Hawaiian First Degree.
Rote Croix Election 7:30.
4 ATI !(! v
Leahl Chapter Special.
All visiting members of llm
order aro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings f local lodge.
"ARMONY LODQE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meeti every Monday evening t 7:10
In I. O. O. K. Hall. Fort itrMU
K. It. HENDIIY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. O.
All vUltln brother! very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P Hall, cor.
Fort and Ilcrctnnta. Visiting broth
ers cordially 1 ml tod to attend.
A. S. WErtDEIt, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. It. 8
OAHU LODQE, No. .1, K. of P.
, Meets every Friday evening nt
K. of I Hall, cor. Fort and Hero-
tanta, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lodgo No. 2, Win. McKlnlcy Lodgo
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordial
R. OOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. IL S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. O. E
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, D. P. O. E ,
will meet In their hall on King near
SAirt strcot overy Friday evening.
JJy order of tho E. It.
HAURY II. SIMPSON,
H. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
L. H. WOLF. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
wl nn tti 'nil and 4th WEDNK8
OAT evenings of each month at 7:10
yelock In K. of P. Hall, King street
'Visiting Eagles are Invited ti at
L. E. TOOMEY, President.
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
.HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets overy first and third Thurs
day of each month In K. of P. Hall
Visiting brothers cordially Invited vi
, f E. V. TODD. Sarhrtn.
-" - A..K. MURPHY. C. "I II
.DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
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Meets avery second and fourth Wed
oeaday of each month at San An.onio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres
E. V. TODD, Secy.
think the onlv wav to in
crease nrofits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do I
"it by cutting down running I
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show, you another
lvatem that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
The Fxner. Dentists
jfoDERN HIGH CLA88 DENTI8TRY.
"" Office hours Week days, tilt S p.m.;
.Sundays by appointment.
p. i . rPRftUSON. d. D. 8.. Manager.
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4 MECHANICAL SHOE SHOP,
hoes Made to Fit Any Deformity.
18 HOTEL, betw. NUUANU and
Illauk books of all sorts, ledgers,
. manufactured by tho' Duliotln Pub
fX"For Rent" cards on sale at
"Belle of Jefferson."!.
bottled in bond under super
vision of the U. S. O0VERN
WENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call up
King and Bethel Sts.
Evaporation Of Milk
The successful evaporation of
milk and cream requires that the
milk be produced under the best
hygienic conditions and from the
purest and most wholesome food.
Is the product of
healthy Pacific Coact
cows, fed on selected
pasturage and rations,
and milked In cleanly
get a rich, pure milk,
which Is Immediately
Every can Is uni
form, and you can al
ways depend upon its
In making bread. If jou use Carnation
Cream Instead of water, the brc.ul will
fave a richer flavor and hl.;lcr nutri
HENRY MaY & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
A PERFECT DEFENCE
For 14 years this roof
ing has beei) on the mar
ket. It is the first pre
pared roofing ever made,
and none of its many im
itations can in any way
equal it. This roofing is
odorless aid elastic, wea
ther and acid proof and
the most economical pre
paration you can pur
177 S. KINO ST.
HAVE A DISH
OF LUSCIOUS BERRIES.
BLACK AND REDv
We have received these ber
ries from Oregon, the home of
berries. They are put up in
their own juice in 2 1-2 lb
tins, losing ' thereby none of
their natural flavor, Wc are
offering them for the first
time and the verdict every
where is "great".
HENRY MAY & CO, Ltd,
some Hawaiian Records for your
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
And we have a choice lot.
BEROSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
fort St. i - '" ;
-Purse Fur fw$&r
UllA k n Til. Qunllty
mm v O.III1
IIIIU U "Till
(Hp.clnl llllo Wireless)
llllo, Hawaii, Alirll L The
Hawaii Jocke) Cluli ofteis u
purse of IHH'O for the mile u'nd n
liint ter lino of the .Inly Fourth
Tim local baseball learn also
plans In chulleiiKi Honolulu for a
game on that day
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New tlrand Jur today.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Globe.
Sum) innio Is hold at Maklkl pound.
llest cup of coffee In the city. New
Tho repairs being umdo to the road
in the vicinity of the railroad dock
were badl) novded mid should be n
Tho caso of C. 11 Mallo vs J. W.
Pratt, Tax Assessor, et nl, wns nr
guod boforu tho Supremo Court this
morning and submitted.
The Lumber Trust caso In the Fed
eral Court went ocr this morning un
til Wednesday on account of tho III
iioss of Stenographer Duas.
Cables Announce Ohio's
Arrival At San
U)t Angeles, Mnith 31.
To Zeno, Honolulu,
The aboie laconic cablegram wun
recelwd tills morning by Zeno K.
Mjcrs of the Hawaiian Trust Co,
While at tho first casual glaute It
would seem to spell disaster sonic
where, the meaning of it Is not quite
us ominous ns It looks. It slmjily slg
nldes the safe arrhal of the steamship
Ohio with the 1h Angeles Chamber
of Commerce excursion on board nt
San DIcro nfter a rough passage.
"The cable, I presume, comes from
Frank D. Owen, one of the member.)
of the party, who Is ono of the owneiE
of the Sun Drug Co. Like many ottiers
of the excursionists lie came liero.wltti
letters to us. Ilefore he left we ar
ranged that on tho nrrlval of the Ohio
ho should let us know. In case the
passago was n pleasant one ha should
cable the word "Aloha," If It wcie ft
rough one ho should send "plllklu. '
Ills mcsBuga shows that tho oage
una unpleasant. On the iluy on which
tho Ohio left Honolulu the sea was
certainly cry lough, and it is prob
able that it continued k throughout
tho entire oage.
The Promotion Committee was noti
fied later In the forenoon of the home
coming of the cxcursloulstB through
the fallowing cablegram from Secre
tary Frank Wiggins:
Los Angeles, April 1.
The Senate by the clos6 vote of 8 to
T passed on second reading tho bill
barring married women school teach
ers this afternoon. The bill will have
to pass another reading in tho Senate
and It Is hoped a public hearing on
the measure will be held previous to
the llnal vote,
Hi'li E HUSTLE
A Sctta, tho Portuguese paper of
llllo. publishes tho following In Its
Let all llllo unite. In voting for Miss
Daisy Todd, the favorite "Hollo, Cen
tral" girl, ns one of tho Hawaiian
joiiiig Indies to bo sent on u main
land tour by tho Jiullotln. Who sajs
STOCKS IN SAN FKANCISCO
Follow lug urn the quotations foi
sugur slot lis lu thu'S. F. Hxcliango
Hawaiian Com t3Vi 81 Mi
Honokaa S. C 11V4
Hutch. S. P. Co 15 Id,,
Kllaueu S. C 2
Mukawell C 20
OnonienS. C 31
Puaiihau S. C 14 'j 14
Union S. Co 45
do pool , , 45
2JU- BULLETIN AD6.PAY
ios mm uii
MR M Ti
lias always been one of our chief
I aims. lowering the price by lower
f ling the quality, and substituting, is
not our policy. .ine cut in quaiuy is
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There s mental satisfaction lor you
in high quality of our goods,
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING-, FORT STREET
Over Bay & to,
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
All other Jewelers have attested the superiority of my
product's by that beat of all Indorsements jmltatlon.
Buy the originals, stamped H. C, which Incorporate a
standard, of workmanship that has not been imitated.
H. Culman, 064 Foft St-
FINE HAWAIIAN CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
Additional Cable News on Pag 1.
SALVATION ARMY GENERAL
NOW IN 8EATTLE
Senttlc, March 30. General .William
Ilooth, riimni.itidcr-Ui-cliIef of tbu Sal
tatlon Army, Mins arrived here, en
route to .Japan. ' ' '
- m s
CALL ON PRESIDENT
Washington, Mnrth 30. President
Uoosou'll recited COO Canadian teach
BEET SUGAR BOOST
Denver. March 31. Tho legislature
of Colureilo has adopted n memorial to
Congress urging It to maintain tho
tarlrt on sugar. ,
NEW GOVERNOR FOR JAMAICA
London. Mnrch 20. King Edward
has approved the appointment of Sd-
ney 011or as Governor or .Jamaica, in
place of Swettenhum, resigned.
Washington, .March 30. General
Oultcrrez will probably be ihoseii
nresldeut of tho provisional govern
ment of Honduras. General llonlllu,
tho ex-president, Is said to bo sur
lounded. IS SSI s
spain to Hold new elections
Madrid, March 39. King AUonso
has dissolved tho Cortes, nnd llxed
April 21 to May 5, for tho election of
deputies ,nmi senators.
RUEF CHARGES CONSPIRACY
San Francisco, March 30. Abo llucf,
n nn Interview, denounces his pros
eeutors and declare a that ho Is kept
In n. nrlvnto nrUon. In violation of pre
cedent and legality, is in tue care 01 a
private jauor, ami is nounuea u pn
vnte prosecutors privately paid; et
ho is charged with public offenses.
Kuef, basing the allegation on tjiesn
facts, expects to piove himself ft vic
tim of conspiracy.
ENGLAND ASKS FOR
LIMIT ON ARMAMENT
London, March 30. Great IJiltnln
has made an 0 tlk la 1 leanest that Hus
flu sliali Include the limitation or arm
aments , in her in OKI am at The Haguo
INCREASE IN REVENUE8
Iomlon, March 30. The returns or
the exchequer for the fiscal ear shoSv
11 revenue of $775,182,290, nil Increase
of S.",787,9C0 oer tho previous exhibit.
BOTH SIDES CLAIM VICTORY
Chicago, Mai th 31. lloth parties
claim a victory of 40.000 In the election
on Tuesday, the florcest maj orally toil-
test In the histor) of tills city.
SSI S '
RU88IA 8ITS ON PRE8S
Sti Petersburg, March 31, Premier
Stolypln has ordered the paperB to re
fialn from commenting on tho disord
ers in Itoumanla. ,
' '.QUIETING DOWN
Iluclinifst, Muith'31. The situation
In-Ilbumaula'ls gnlwlng quiet.
v... lit,..- .... ..... r ... on 1
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Alfred Bates of Trinity College,
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HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
The Weekly Edition of ths Evening
Bulletin gives a complaU summary of
the niw of the day.
JOHN D. GIVE REAL E8TATE
fllMvlaml. .March 31. John I) Rock
efeller has gUcii Forest Hill tlt OHO
ncroH or l.imi.
NOTED STATESMAN DEAD
Orow is dead.
Orow was 85 j cars old at ills dentil.
Scrcd ns 11 member of Congless from
1851 to 1SC3. From 1801 to 18C3 ho
was Speaker of the 37th Congress. He
served n second term in Congress from
1801 to 1903. From 1871 to 1870 he
filled the position of president of the
International nnd Great Northern rail
"HELLO" GIRL8 WILL 8TRIKE
San I'nuiclsco. March 30. A strike
or telephone girls is Imminent The
laundry workers will go on a strike
SENATE CANNOT AGREE.
(Continued from Paae 1)
Tho Secietnry informed the Senaln
Hint House Hill 53, relating to quo
w.'manto wilts; and House Hill 40,
requiring the spi Inkling of tho streets
between trucks within city limits uy
street rnllwti lompunles, hud been
signed I) the Goternor.
Senate Hill 12, the municipal bill,
came up on tetond reading. Chllllug
w 01 th moved to tuku It up lu night
tesslun. U1110 wus ugulnst the con
stant deterring or the bill. Consider
able discussion followed, which elided
in nctiun 011 tho bill being deferred
POUND HILL PASSES.
Senate Hill 10, 1 elating to pounds,
fame up for third reading. Mukeknii
objected to the raising of the fee for
tutchliig an estruy to a maximum of
$2.G0 per iinlmnl. Woods thought that
the S.150 was all right, as tho small
farmer should be protected. Chilling'
worth thought tj.50 was too much. It
had been put lu the bill to piotect the
Walilnwn funnel s.' These people poa
llhely refused to fenco their lots lu
spite of good offers linvlng been mado
to them to assist them in building
these. Ho moved to make the maxi
mum !. Smith, Woods and Coclho
Informed him that the lanchers them
selves had usjied for the $2.50 penalty,
whereupon he withdrew his motion,
and the penalty passed at $2,50.
Mukelcutt got oft 011 n fow moro tang'
entH which proved absolutely abortive
and greatly delajed matters, but lu
tplte of this tho bill finally passed
House 1)111 2C, relating to the re
moval of county ofllccrs; Houso Hill
103, relating to lei ins or Circuit Courts;
nnd Houso 11111 117, providing foi the
disposal of mono) s lecelved by tho
government from the sale of Improve
ments mnl public lands placed there
upon by settlers or homesteaders, nil
passed third reading. A tecoss wus
lukcn until 2 p. m.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
For Want Column See Page Six
Dcslrublo, tool, mosquito-pioof room,
adjoining bath, electric light, etc ,
at 230 S. King St. bet. Ahtkej unci
Itlchaids BU, 3QG4-2VV
MOANAULI WAS THE STAR
(Continued from Plot 1.)
itntl(i told 1 1) llio Inn lrtorn im lo
what Wnllmli had done fur thorn, how
1'0 hB'1 enabled oiio (ii open n linnd
hch Mi)n , ,1Hi)J,lli ,mi vnMvi)
,, , .., i, n,,,,,.,,!. ,. ,,
julls, which lieforu vtcro closoil, had
ililun iiwny tho bumps from lliu fnru
il one nnd rvilurcd the swelling of bis
"Tliu testimony,' ho sold, "Is In thu
effect that If thoito mill bail not biou
nncskil, they would bo all right' by
"Tlielo wore nlso others besides
I Ik so two who told mo they had htOi
successfully trcntoil by Wnltath. I
would like to know lu what way wd
w until be nftVeted If wo passed this
rosolsillon. I can't seo how wo would
bo 0 fleeted If nt the end of six mouths
this doctor failed to euro thu ton lep
01 h (.sked for. I strougl) siipixirt this
Kniilliu moved to kiIkiiip consider
utlor of tho resolution until tumor
low. Coney moved Hint It bo kibI
ponod until May I, the last day of tho
H'sslon. Moiinnult wanted II poston
id until Wednesilii).
Coiie's motion was put nnd lost.
Thu motion to iKjstpono until Wed
nesday carried, nnd then! is 1111 opiior
tiinlly for nnother Hood of foolishness
on thu part of Mo.imiull 11ml his sii-
Instead of mooting, ns usual, nt U
o'clock this morning Speaker Hoistclii
called the Houso to order at 9:30.
Previous to that time, Captain Mer
ger with his boys serenaded tho leg
islative members with Hawaiian airs.
Thu members of tiio Houso nnd some
of the members of thu Senato woro
seated on chairs arruuged on the miiknl
Thu communication relating to thu
pay of thu Hawaii County tsillco otll
cors of 1903, nppolnted by Supervisors,
which wns sunt hero by Sam Pua,
County Clerk of Hawaii, In rccponso
to tho resolution of tho Houso sent
him laBt week, showed that tho total
sum duo tho officers, which Is duly
certified to by tho County Clurk,
nmounts to $5125 07.
Clerk Savldgo of tho Senato Inform
ed tho Houso Hint Houso 1)111 123, pro
hibiting any person from holding 111010
than 0110 ofllco, eltbor electlvo or up
polntlvo, at thu same time, Introduced
by Moanaull, hud passed third read
ing. Houso Hill 41, relating to promulga
tion of laws; Houso Hill 52, relating
to reserved questions, uud Houso Dili
152, relating to coroners' Inquests;
and Senato Dili 70, prohibiting any
one f 1 0111 digging across nny Gov
ernment road without tho consent of
tho Hoard of Supervisors, had also
passed third reading in tho Senate.
Houso 1)111 130. creating Counties
within tho Territory and providing for
tho Government thereof, was returned
to tho House.
House Dill 13G, regulating tho pay
of laborers and fixing It at $1.25 e,r
day, passed second lead lu tho House.
Houso Hill 138, establishing tho Ha
waiian Library and providing for Its
enre and management, passed, third
reading, 25 avs, 3 noes and 3 absent.
Moaiiaiill's conciiiieut resolution ic-
Mirdlng officers of tho United States
Judiciary Department defending tills
oilers lu criminal cubos before 'tho Ter-
lltorlal courts, canio up for considera
tion on second reading. Kalelopu
moved to tublo. Ho said thatvvbilo
tho Bar Association has condemned
the action of thu United States Dis
trict Attorney for appearing lu cer
tain cases against the Territory, ho
thought that tho Legislature should
not be mado a channel through which
tho liar Association should proceed,
nnd he opposed tho action of tho As
Itawllns said that while he would
rot say ono way or tho other, ho was
ready to defend tho Dar Association.
"I don't know and I don't euro to
know where Moanaull' tho Introducer
of tho resolution, gut tho resolution
from," ho said. "It seems as If Ka
lelopu haB thought that tho resolution
was Instanced by tho liar Association.
Tills resolution was referred to the
liar Association, of which I am a
member, but I did not attend tho meot
Ing when It discussed and considered
this resolution. Tho members havo
certain regulations by which this res
olution could bo biought, through
proper chaunols. Personally, I don't
caro what tho Houso docs on this
KANIHO WOULDN'T DITE
Kanlho asked whether tho Legisla
ture had any right to Interfero with
tho prnctlco of United States District
Attorneys. As lawyers they aro enti
tled to practlco law as they saw fit, ho
said. Wc, tho members of tho Houso,
have, no business to blto tlioso Unti
ed Statos District Attorneys and if wo
want to do anything at nil with them
II BeoniB to mo that wo should Insti
tute a test enso through our Dolcgato,
Prince Kuhlo, who would prosont thu
matter to tho attention or the United
States President and tho authorities
nt Washington. Kauilio seconded the
motion to tablo tho resolution.
' Sheldon moved to defer action on
this resolution until Saturday, as thu
Dar Association would meet again on
Thursday, when it will submit further
lepoits leiatlvu to this resolution,
Coney in seconding 19 ilofuro action
until Saturday said that it should act
on this resolution moro carefully,
A motion to defer action until Wed
nesday was mudo, and after some de
bate was put and carried.
Saturday, Mnrrh .10.
Am lik. IVkiIhik "Huoy, Wlllolt, I32
ilns frouf Now' York, 12: lu l. tu.
H H. HiiKocrniiK. .McDonald, H ilajn
,um Mmitotoy, with bnriiii Moiiloioy
in low, arm oil on iri lit z i. m
Am liargu .Miitilvro), Nolsou, 11 iln)
from .Monterey, In tow of 8. S. Iloxu.
crniis, 2:20 p. m.
Biimlny, MiikIi .11.
Htlnr. W. O. Hull, 8. Thompson, from
Kami ports, 5,30 n. lu.
8tmr. Iwnliinl, i'lltt, from .Moiokul,
Maui ami Lnmil ports, 4 Mo a, m.
., . t,
nlllir. iocnu, I'OUOibuii, iimhi iuio-
kaa, nt 4:40 n. m.
Ilr. cableslilu Itostorer, Combe, 7 1-2
da)s from Ksqtilmalt, ft n'. m.
Launch Wnterwltch, Young, from
Pearl Harbor, 5 p. m.
SImr. Klnaii, Fieuman, from Knlaii
papa, with members of leglslatho par
t, !i p. m,
AMI. 8. 8. Arlionnn, Taple), from
Seattle, ID p. m.
.Monday, April 1.
A.-H. R. 8. Arltonau, Tuple)', fiom
Paget Sound and Tchiiatitopoc, !l n in.
P. M. 8. S. Doric, Gaukrngor, from
Sail Irriinilsio with eight d.i)M mall,
HIT Kiikn Iliad nt 12 111.
Saturday, March 30.
fir. 8. 8. P0111I0, Lurgc, for Vancou
ver, 4:30 p. m.
Stmr. Klnaii, Freeman, for Kabul
papa, with memburs legislative paity,
at 11 p. tu.
Sunday, Mnrcli 31.
Launch Brothers, Young, for Hloolo
point, early a. m.
Monday, April 1
lllit. Kllkltat, Cutler, Tor Han Fran
cisco, 7:30 n. m.
;. PA88ENGER8 W
!i Arrived M
Per 8. 8. Doric, Irom San Francisco.
For Honolulu: Charles Pettlt, C. II.
M)ers, Mrs. L. J. M)ors. For Yoko
hama: J. K. Ohl, Miss Ada Hodglus,
Jos. Melcicr, O. K. Marr. II P. Salis
bury, J. J. Crotty, TIiob. Christy, T.
Slilmosaka, Mrs. (1. C. Plilnncy and
maid, MIbs M. P. Klescl, K. Kiladii,
William Kohrs, Miss Constunea Hod
gins, W Foster, Join) J. Carter, Clius.
Stewart, C, II. Wallace, Jr., Walter
Groves, Henry P. Uowlc, Mrs. J. L.
Prankcn, Miss Margaret Pack, C. II.
McCrcndy. For Nugusakl: A. 10m
tor. For Manila: II. Kinfft, 1'. J.
Torras, llev. P. C. Jones, Miss a. Hen
Icy. J. A. Pottorott, Mrs. C. W. Keith,
A. C. Mlnnlng. W. M. Urown, Mrs. P.
C. Jones and child, J. II. Magulre, C.
W. Keith. For Hongkong: M. 8. Sll
verstonc, Miss A. Dctrlck, A. 8. Mac
donald, J. J. Iliibon, Jllss A. L.
Ilroome, Arthur Sllvcrstuuo, Clinck
Chung, MIbs 1). Mncdonnld, W. Ilessem.
Per stmr. Klnaii, from Moloknt ex
cursion, March 31. Senator W, O.
Smith, Senator W. J. Coclho; Senator
J. C. Lane; Honorables A. I). Castro,
A. S. Kalelopu, J. Kalana, W. 11. Na-
itlmn, C. Akati, J. Nakalckn, 8. Kahu
na, P. Pall, J. II. Coney, II. L. Hob
stein; Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson,
High Sheriff Wm. Henry, Sheriff C.
P. Iaukea,,Dr. IlilnckcrliotT, II. P.
O'Siilllvan, Mr. Ludloff, II. Kelekollo,
J M. Urown, John Clark, Cecil Killu
liua, llov. I.onci, I). Bheldon, M. Do
roto, O. Kallllkane, J. II. l)o)d, T. It.
Mossmau, S. P. Corroa, H. L. Liko, J.
M. Poepoo, i:. Krugcr, J. II. Wilson,
T. Ouodura, It. O. Mutheson, H P. It
win, C. T. Hhodcs, 1). Kalauokalant
Sr II. A. 'Juen, W. K. Slmerson, 8.
Camp, J. D. Maiqucs, F. J. Testa, L.
8. ConnesB, Kimo I'oal, Kokiimu, 8.
Nuuanu, J, Hmmcluth, Gus Hobo, K.
Stiles, Wm. Savldgo, C. Clark, Norman
K. Lyman, T. P. Joseph, II. C. Cool,
ho, J, II. C. Kalco, Kalanl, J. It. Ho
drlgues, T. P. Mcllln, J. T. Pnoo, A.
Fernnndcz, E. Woodward, J. 11. Haku
olo, President L. E. Plnkhnm, Supt.
J. II. McVeigh, i:. Vun LU, Mrs. Iloso
Lahalna, Mrs. 8. K. Kaunnmano.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, March 31,
from Kauai porta. A. AIiibIco, II. H.
Picker, S. Shcba, Mrs. II. M. Carrclra,
E. Omsted, Mrs. Troellch and son, Di.
Cobb, C. P. Morse, J. D. Cook, Mrs.
R. W. T. Purvis and daughter, O. W.
Carr, C. A. Illco, W. M 8koer, Tako
nioto, J. Nuwal, W. E. Chambers, A.
Humburg, L. Knlilbaum, 37 on deck.
Per Dr. cablcslilp Itostorer, Match
31, from Victoria. Mrs. Combo and
daughter, Mrs. Larmier and son.
nlank bonks of all sorts, ledgeis,
etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit?
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose front. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to se-'
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Aliana & Co.,
2 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box C8I,
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