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1 WREKIY CALENBAM
Psatfie TWfa afrce
Hawaiian Plrat Dtfres.
Rate Crelx- tlectlon 7; 30.
Ltahl Chapter Special.
All visiting ii Iters r ilie
ordor are cordlullt Pulled in ai
tend taiH-tltiKM of local linlgi'e
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meet every Mesday (Tenlng at 7:10
I 0 O V. Hall, Kott street.
I!. It. IIBN'llllV. Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON. N. (1
AD visiting liro'.fcers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2. K. of P
Meats every Taesd.n owning u'
1:30 o'olock In K. of l' Mill. r..i
Port and Bsretani. Vi-dtiiic im.iii
era cordially Invited tu .iinud.
X. B. WEUDEft, I- C
F. WALUUUN. K it R
OAHU LODGE, No. t, K. of P.
MeeU every Frldnv evening nt
1C. of I'. Hall, cor Fort and llero
tnnla, nt 7' 30. Members of Mystic
LoiIru No. 2, Wm. McKinloy I.odgo
No. 8, nnd v lulling hrothora coidla'
It. OOSl.INO, C. C.
A. 8. KUNWAY. K. It 3.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, 0. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge Nn (JIG. 11. P. O. U..
a 111 nioct in their hall on King nei'
Fort street ovory Friday ovcnlng.
Ill- order o( thu 12. It.
IIAUIIY II. SIMPSON.
ii. u. muiiray. i:.n.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODGE No. 8, K.of P,
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, cor
Kurt nnd llerelunlii- Visiting broth
ers cnrdlall) In Uuii u attend.
1,. II. WOI.F, C. C.
K. A. JACOUSON, K. n. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. C.
jiMts on Hi 2nd und 4tn WKDNKH
JAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
flock In K. ot P. Hall, King atreM
Vltltlnr Canle tro Invited ti i
I, 13. TOOMI3Y, President.
II. T. MOOIH3, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets uverv flint uml tliliil Thin i
dny of each month In K of P. Il.!l
Visiting brothers cordially intiwii i
13. V TOIlD, ?.Klnni.
A. 13. MUIU'IIY. C ill It
DAMICN COUNCIL No. 5G3, Y. M. I.
Meets avery second and fourth Wed
nesday ot each month at San Amoulo
Hall. Visiting Irotkcrs cordially In
ilted to attend.
F. V WKED, Pros.
D. V. TODD, Secy.
Saturday, April 7,
IN AID OF DISTRICT NURSING AND
THE WORK OF THE
AT THE SETTLEMENT BUILDING,
'" KING AND LILIHA STREETS.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
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
system that will increase
both your gross sale: and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
"Belle of Jefferson."
tattled in boml nnder super
vision of the U. S (10VEKN
MENT The purest whisky
obtainable Insist that your
dealer supplier, it or call "
King an J i3.lliclSts.
MAY WE DO YOURS T
Wc nre sure you will be
satisfied with our work. When
you do not have time to do
this wcrk yourself nnd aic in
n great hurry to have it done
nt once, let iu help you out.
Everything Photographic "
A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF
The most attractive designs
in all size3 arc represented in'
To close out certain styles
wc are offering them at great
ly l educed prices.
177 S.'KINQ ST.
One Trial Will
Fully Explain Why
Older from us today some
After you hare tasted the
first loaf of bread, you will un
derstand why this flour is call
When you make some pas
try, that, too, will be "BEST".
HENRY MAY & CO, Ud,
HOW ABOUT A
For your home?
BEROSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
JSW Fine Job Printing at the Bui
Stum-Ul WANT ADS ty bt
mm. Hie pi-apk wlw want things
P wa tat rtmawl at the l.lol
I feat mm at setup in the rlly N
Ifci in Mm ItlatM fair mhiih.ih'w a
I mtaatM tsM I oats
ffcajrifrin J Com of iin lit at i
laarttt la an a wl la Iwmh
1 rTwal PmiiHi, imi nt iho pn
I rim. It rU . at all nd
I 1 In "ratwfjst VMpf immbit i
i fnH k hihI itMtn arh li rrfat
J'Hrt In Hm aftftwnt Nmlonnl
Hlwulf Co ' (avehoni Day ft t'i
I'nrwr drub, r.yntlwl iho Npfaras
Kan lim.lltiK mwar at Makawcil
Kiiihm vlmi I'ox Ik nmkliiK IpIhiih fur
ii lour id I In Hurlil Im lli inn' fiii.ni
IjiiII.- Cnllidllr Mil Hiiit iiihh
In 111 (OllVflll llllK Hfll'llHHIII hi 3
n' Iim k
TaJie )'ir rnrrlaMo or Hiilomoblle to
IlKwallRii ('HrridHf ManfK (', Tor iii
t i-Jle iilm
Sum finin III lo V HT Hilt mi rni
linililt'ili'H li JHIIX'lialllK till-in in
Illl.lUn llllH HPt'li
Miv Kwirim' HnhbIIah Jirwwivea ami
Ii hi tn- i Ked mul vlilHied by uver
.i.Hi.ir Order a o.
lihl AI retrMNtitl HhwhII (it the
Kit III IllliclullHI) (llllfl'lellll! Willi Ii
iih'iI nl Tiikln iwlfril:i).
The folliiwiiiK fielKht Hrriuil on III"
W (1 Hull from Kauai iKirlit till'
iniiiiiIiir loou Iuik A kukhi-.
'Ilii'"nil nhliiiu'iit of ImrrulH for
I In- nl-.oli'liiio factor) in Komi will kii
IiiiuiiiiI lit tlif Minimi I ,oa tmlii).
Iti'KUliu liiiHliieiMt lueetliif; of Hi"
riintilHli TlilHtln ('lull in 7:30 ii i lom
HI I Inn looniH In tile Oii'Kon lilui I.
Oahu lhlKC. No. 1, K of P.. will
meet tonight nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of
I' Hall KHiK street.
I In' Iti'-i'iniih Clnli iiiitim UiIk I'Vi'ii
Iiik in ill' iikiiiii' ir Hie llauiilliin I3n-Klii'-orliiK
KKorlulloii, Kiiilnliiiil linllil
ui Hi iim l'l wns fliiiHl ten iliillnrs
Msii-rila lui vinlniliiK the roiml)
.illinium' u-lutliiR In Iho nf.n of rlianf-
I'hi' HinttiiHiUH. four of vv 1 1 1 j j 1 1 me
AliH'rirnilK mid I In- llllli u UukhIiiii.
rami' lliroiiKh fiuni NuK.imilil on Ihc
Tin' iHillir iniitiiii'il Manui'l riinli'H'
ntcid.i Coi del i- I'h'nijioil fiuni the
liel'irin hii'lu.iil on tint alxili ill lant
W.ilkIM Inn iu now oniivd hy W V
Hi ruin. Acc'oiiiiiiodatliiiiH, HUpiillcH
i.nd i.ltcml.uico iilmoluti'ly flrxl cI.ibk
I'lnuKt hallilni; un tlm Im'UcIi.
'Arabic" kvp lion ruufH Ilea from
nut and lnirlBea ruin water, (llvn It
a trial and ho louvlncrd. Callturnlu
lVtd Co ,ui;ut.
'i'hi' ni' hall of tin' lliinoliilii Ii1k
if i:ikit Mill l ik'illuitcd tlilH cwiiliiit,
IlitKI lllSlullatlllll Of OlllllTK. It In ih-
liu'siiil Unit nil iiioiiiIhth ho iirownt
It Ihc I I't'l'lllllllK'B.
Till' flllir I'K'tll'll K.llllllH. Willi lIl'BITl-
cil rroin tlif HiItlHh hIiIii fJluvi'iiliiii,
weir linni'il in or lo .M.irxlml lli'inlry
wKtirdai. Tlii' will ho jilnrcil jin
ixLird the Blilp iiKiiln
Tlio noti-H i-oiitrlhiitod hy O. II.
Hwozi'j mid )r. It. C I,. Porldim nnd
wad nt Iho niiollni; of tho lliiwallan
KnliiiiinloKliiil .Siirlcl) last night wvio
I'lilynoalnn' Kiicuiniiiiicnt No. 1, of I.
O 0. F. iiiol'Im thin ovonlliK nt 7::!0
ii'i'lock. Tim ncV ik'nri'1! toniii will
put on work thin ovoiiIiik and nil nioiii
heiM nro rcquoiitoil to nltviid.
A llltlo n.Klvi' Kirl. uliout throo Jrnra
of iiko, wjh luill) bcnldcd In u tene
ment off Dowuelt lano lam tiif;ht. BIih
wan liilieii to the (Jiifcn'H llimiiliul. Her
tiiiilillon Ii (onulilereil trltkal.
Tlie itcv Turner, anslslant patlnr
of Central ITnlon uhurcli, will leae on
tho Koua to iitlond thu world'H fourtii
Biimlav bi.'liiiul cDHVenlloli In Itoiuo. lie
will Im gone nlKiut throo inniithx.
Col A. U Huiltli, t tin iniiltlni; ollki-r
on thu tnumport Uik.iii, wiih In cIiiiiro
of thu HiiliHlhtoiicn )oiartniont o( tho
I'lilllpjilucH. Hit hi ii'tiirnliiK l tho
HlaleK iu(oiiiiaulvd hy IiIh family.
Tho Hawaiian hraucli or thu Mur
ium! chinch will hold Hit annual uiu
vrunvc today nt Ijilo. Kldor Woolloy
will preslili'. It Is I'l.ilineil theri) ate
over 70UU loiucila In thoeo luluniln.
Tho Mlil-I'acllle liibtltutv oxporlonc-od
a M'iy oiiJ(i)iih!v aVrprhio )onturdny In
roiolpt of thu noun that Mm. J. II. Alii
eiton had linrcasi'il her contrlhutloii
from S-.'i.oiH) to (25,01)0 for a now Imlld
ItiK for Hut Kaualalmo or Klrla' ilejiatt
niout. Uulleil Slates KlilppliiK Cotniiilnnluii
or Almy Iuik loLolvod iitilt'iu fi oil Ihc
CeiiLtary of Cuuiiuenii und ljihor lu
Use extll'Uie iIIIIkoiiio 111 vuforclliK tho
HhlpiitiiK laww for jiiutcitton of Atner
lean M'sinioii froiu irlnipH und hhunR
Thu Toirltory Slahlos Co. nro uKaln
at linslneh.i at their old utnud with u
now iiinuanoi'. Tho hcut uf llvory on
liauil mid fiirulHliL-iI upon xhort no
tice. Tho ruTti nnd IhmiiIIhi; of horw
euaiinlccd to bo tho hunt uud'KatUfac
lion nburod, '
Col. J. (I. I), KulKht, on hotud thu
tiniiKiort I .okii n, now In )Kiit, In to
tiiriilni? from Miinlla. wliolu lln wan
mllltaf) irooiolur) of the I'll I Itiiilne
Divibloii Hn liaa JuhI rciolvid IiIh pro-'
i motion to Colonel uf Iim Uiiltod HtuteH'
Thu local postulate, hnvliiK now bo
i.oiiiu un ubienilillnn utuliou for Aiib
rnlliiu iiiuIIk, hail hwu liu-n-iihoil In
floor K)!id hy tin annexing "f ti
t'tnrrs In tho now MiCaiiillcHH build-ItiL-
fllin iimmi lloorn of tlin iMiutiilllru
will bo lined for btorliiK mall.
The I'liimollon Coiiiinlttee at lis
niiotliig jonleiilay nflernooii iloclded lo
hoc ill 0 uight of tho IMIi'iHi.nimH of lln
wallun b(uuo which worn piopureit
roiiiu tlino lino. Cuttlo hIiIiiiiiqiiIu, pa-ii I
,cier,,ValklUI beadi life und similar
bu-iiph nro lojucBontoil. lliu prinuiiK
of noltlOO nroinolloii pamphlets wiib ulb) ,
mil hoi Izeil, I
"ItoFolvod Hint lli IIIhIi School
lieoilg u lr:ul toiini," wan tho wibjott
of n ilelmto at thu High .School yester
day iiflonioou. Aitlmr Uimlo mid Al
lan PavlD defumloil Hie aiilrniatlvo, mul
(!. Niihnmoto und Nat lllnrt liatllod for
tlio negutlvu, which won by tlut-o
points. All InteiimtliiK' luiiHleal pio
lira m wus u-ndC'ivd.
has nlwnjs been one of our chief
,nlms. Lowering the price by lower
ling the quality, nnd substituting, is
,t.ot our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price.
,and the spectacle wearer is the loser
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods,
A. N. SANFOR-D,
BOSTON BUILDIHO, TORT STREET
Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
All other Jeweler have attested the superiority of my
products by that best of all Indorsements - - Imitation.
Buy the originals, tUmped H. C. which Incorporate a
standard of workmanship that has not been Imitated.
H. Culman, mm Fort St.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT MAY
CLASH AGAINST BIG THREE
New York. Aiill 4 I-'
tin- ihefi uf iin- l'losldent
Willi ItOOWVCll Q
WusliliiRton, April I -It Im utlll.otilnllvrly minouiicod that tint Presi
dent lias cvulonic lluit llnrrlman. Hearst nnd ltockefeller have raised
r.,000.000 to In- iiHi-il in dofoutliiK the iidnilnlstrntlon'8 Hilleles In Congress,
to control tint iloxt ,Jt'piib1ic.in natlunal imiuiitlon mid lo buy the lntliieiue
of uuWHpapeni mid uilillc mill.
SENATE WILL SPEND
(Continued from fane 1.1
iitlorucyK, crucially since tlio i'eil-
crul ollliois look cite of all smug- mid lie then mined to amend tho Jjlll
Cling, distilling uml similar cases. Ilu some minor ilotulli.
Chilllngnnrth bald Hint Smith Kulniiia lumeil to defer tho bill
hinifeir iik a private attorney kept a until April 17,
largo staff "What Is thu matter with you?"
Dow-hutt wan led lo know why thu tuild Makckati.
bill Hhould bo pasbod on when tho Kahuna round no Kocoiul. but tlm
grub-hill would loiiluln this ni.ittor. Sumto would not pans thu mucin!-
Chllllngwoith said ho iindoislood moulk. Mnkokuu moved to dofi-r un
(hut tlm grali-hlll wns fairly well u) p, m. 'n,a carried.
smotliured In tho lionise.
nisiiop KiUil tiuil tho county At-' position of funds reielved by the
tornuyHjjow prosecuted n lot of cusu. Hae of liupioveinontH on public lauds,
which had formerly been handlid by, was loforred'to the Uiuds Coiumlt
tho Attorney (innoNil. ! tie, im u (diulltir bill hud been ucted
Clilllliigworth an'KWercil that tho on foinicrly.
Atlornoy (leneial had to handle tlm. House Hill 1CJ. relating to Juilg
lilg uihoh on tlm otlior IhIiiiiiIk bo- iiionta, was roroned lo tho Judiciary
ciiiiso .r thu liuoinpclcniu of thu.Conjinltlio. House Hill 170, piovld
County Attornojs. .Ingfor lliensoH for trust lomiianlcH.
Action ou tho bill wiih llnally do-
ioitoii on million ny iiowsotl.
IIouso Hill l. lolatlng to nego-
liable Instruments, was rerun oil to
tho Judiciary Comiiilltee.
llousu lllll 171, relating to I lie
method of maiklng ballots, p.issul
icciiini leaning Toiougii ii noma of
tlio (onfuslon like tfint which urool
at tlm lust election will bo molded.,
M.ikekuu moved lo toioiislder the
tutu taken ou bis giaduiited Inconio
Thu kidneys arc essential orgnns
for keeping tho body free from Im
purities. If they Miould all to work
death would ensue lu very short time.
Jn (lamination or Irrllntlon cuum-iI
by homo fciululuu derungeiiicnt may
bpread to bomu extent to the Kidneys
nud uneet them, The cuuse enn In:
ho far removed by using- I.ydln K.
I'lnldinin'H Vegetable Compound
that the trouble will disappear.
When u woman Is troubled with
pain or weight In loliu, backache,
swelling of tho limbs or feet, swell
ing under the eysi, on linensy, tired
feeling in thu region of tho kidneys,
blio should lose no time lu com
mencing treatment with
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
It may bo the means of saving her life. Head what this medicine did
for Kate A. llearn. 680 West 47th Street, New .York, who writes:
Dear Mrs. l'lukhnini "I owe u debt of gratlluilo to Lydla K. Pink
linm'a Vegetable Coinpoimd for It has saved my llfu. I buffered with
Kidney trouble, irregularities und painful periods, nnd my blood wns
uht turning to wutur. I used your uicdlcluu for some time und It bus
mudu me btrong nnd woll."
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound mado from nntlvo roots
nnd herbs cares Kcmule Complaints, such as Kallliigand Dlsplueeinents,
and Organic Diseases. Dissolves nnd expels Tumors nt nn eorlv stage.
It strengthens and tones the Stomach. Curr-h Headache, (lenrrul tlehlllty
and Invigorates thu whole system. Kor derangement 'Y)f the Kldnejs In
either sex Lydla II. l'lukliuui's Vegetable Compound lu excellent,
Mrs. Pinkham's Invitation to Women
Women suffering' from any form of female Illness are Invited to write
Mrs. I'lnldium, nt Lynn, Mass., for advice, t Is free.
Your libiaiy herds one of our S0
volume Moiorco editions of
The history, him tin e, nnd Influ
ence of the diama is interestingly set
if ot th in thtse books. And hundreds
of benutiful illustrations add to their
Alfred Bates of Trinity College,
England, is the tditor-in-cliicC
Sold on easy pay'ts,
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
tha Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give a compltta summary of
ihr nw of thu day.
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
V Hill, a i-uiigrupiicr Iiuh been arrested for
lelier in ll.iiiimaii wlikli led lo the roiitrovcmy
i"1 "" wMk" ""'' '' tal,Icl'
tow inliiiiteH liefure. Ho explained
jthiit lie had voted against his own
Llll hy mistake. Ills motion carrle.I.
so mil n;c, rolalinB to the dls-
was lofoned to thu Ways nnd Mvnna
CIiIIHiirwoi til luoiod lo take up
tho Standard Oil Hill, which hnd
I.et-n pl.ived on thu order of tho day
for 11 ii. lu. This done, ho moved to
defer action uulll next Tucbduy, Car-
Jlnkclaiu Intiodiifcd a petition nsk
ing for permission for Wullurh to
ixpeilment lit the Knlllil Itecolvlng
Station. Hefoned to thu Health Com-
MliS KATE A- HEARN
mill- Uf affttnMbsml that lie lifid
ihn mtttr rt lit same klnil Mimlhtf
On ihmImi Kliililnen Hip Kehale
went lliltt IVtmrnlKrc uf Ihr Whole
lo driiMrW Ihr curl i-til Mlirute bill
XlKrtliC liioved In pnss Hie llrmj
iim upHirt of Ihr I'liiiiioHon Cum-1
mini at ItMHiH This llie House
had ictluiiil lo MX "PC. Hnilth sup
iMittiil this sltmiKly,
DitwM-lt Hid he linllil mil no how
the lortltory could gle the depnlt
luenls nil Hip)' nuked for nnd g!e
Hip I'l-uiiiotlon Commlltpo t:f..unti
lip tliouaht fIS.UUO wns clioiiRh
1 1 nee the Territory was hard up. Mon
py was bclns; npproprlntrd for parks,
tic. but the Territory must tut Its
oat n lording lo Us cloth,
lllshop Mild he wns strongly In fa
tor of promotion, but he had lo be
I'Kuliinl the Item on purely economic
Kiotind. He was going to Inlrodine
an Hem of .0,1IU for repairs lo
(Hiveiliiiient buildings, It wns a
kliame to iippioprlate li.'.UOO for
promotion when Hie Capitol and Alll
olalil Hale were falling down Pro
motion benefiteil mainly hotels,
steamship companies mid stores down
town. They should supimrt It until
the Covernment wns In condition lo
help. Ho mined lo strike out the
coNc,iti:s3 thu' i:nouoii
Ilii)Kedon said ir.,00U had nl
lead)' been oted for tho Congressloii
ul trip. He opposed thu Item.
Clilllliigworth wild the Item
should pnss. All were benefited. Tour
ists wont to tho Volcano. It wus u
Inct Hint tho Territory hud to he
direful, still it hud passed a luw- pro-
Wiling for the publications of nil
laws in nil thu Counties, which would
mean un additional expense of S3,
nilu. lllshop said that necessities should
coiiio first. The Judiciary building
was unsafe. Tiio vuults In thu !tcc-
ord Office wore not sufficient. These
maltoiH must bo attended lo first At
least thu Promotion Committee Item
thoiild be deferred,
I'ltOMOTION AN INVKSTMBNT
Smith said it was h part of great
er wisdom to stipixirl such measures
ns would Increase thu Territory's In
(ome. No better Investment could
he mado than to pass the item.
Dowsctt said that the money wns
in the Terrllory but It wnB tied up
Thu transportation, hotel and steam
bhlp (ompanles were thu ones who
weru beuellliiig from tourists, so It
wus up tu them to pay for It,
Smith said u great ixirlion of the
population was only transient. Thut
was the main cause of the trouble.
The best thing In 'do wus lo get n
lesldon't class here.
Clilllliigworth moved to defer ac
tion. This was lost by u vote of D
llNhop's motion to strike out the
Item altogether was also lost,
I'ASSKS AT $12,000.
Smith's amendment to make It
52S.0I10 was nlso lost.
The item finally passed nt $12,000.
I la selilen moved to pass the item
or $I2,UU0, maintenance nnd repairs
of Covernment properties apportion
ed ns follows: Oahu, ll!0,uOu; Ha
waii, JII000; Kauai nnd Muul, SCG00
each. ' Curried.
Illshup moved to Insert an Item of
$50,000 for repairs tu Alllulunl Hu!e
(the Judiciary building). It needed
repairs badly, and It was a matter of
the greatest Importance that they be
SHOUI.6 I'KUSKItVB ItKCOUDS
Dowsctt said he favored the Item
In cuie thut entire amount was need
ed. A fireproof safe should certainly
be provided for the Registrar's Of
fice in which to preservo the records.
11 money wus to he given for Junket
lug iritis und promotion schemes, a
leubonnble appioprlatlon to restore
the Covernment buildings should
(crtulnly be passed.
Kulumu said that the Item should
be plated In the loan bill. He was
afraid that If the Item was In the
cuirent expense hill It might then
i.ever be spent.
llajselilen wanted to know If the
Item would cover the expense of re'
palm to the Capitol also.
lllshop said It did not. It was
best to leave that until next session.
The Capitol certainly needed repairs.
Once It wns u palace; now It was a
Iluyselden said the money should
(ertulnly he appropriated.
$50,000. 1'Olt ALHOIiANI IIAI.K
Smith quoted the law 'to show that
thu Item could be pluced In the loan
bill, In splto of the Coventor's rul
ing thut only appropriations for new
things could Im placed In such bills,
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring tuitt
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous at we are of
our reputation, you are sure tovse
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co ,
82 King Bt
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. lot 081
I'llilsy, April I.
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Prnnilwn, II p m
'HAT lgnli, HHiiiMin, fioiil
XlsnIM, nt WO n. In.
Hlinr. V. (I. Hall, Thompson, fioiu
Kami Kills, fi so a, m.
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NelbOll. Jiimlihftt. 91 .Int-a fr..,! lira,'.
DeiuirlPil. Msrrh 30. Am. bk. Annls
JoluiNin, .Velum, for San Krauclsro.
ArrltiMl Amll 1a ii o ti v -
brnskan. Knight, from Clcele."
Friday, Airll 5.
Htilir. Mnunn Iia, SluierHin, for
Maui and Hawaii isnts, noon.
I'. 8. A. T l-ogan, Htlmson, for
San I'rnnelsto, S p, in.
C.-A. H. S. Aorancl. Phlltlns. for the
Colonies, may sail.
Slmr. Clniidlne, Parker, for .Maul
nud Hawaii jsirts, S p. m.
P. II. S. S. Korea, Saudberg, from
O. S. S. Ventura, llaywanl. fiom ths
Colonies, may arrive.
X PASSENGERS K
K Arrived K
Per R. S. Alameda from Kan Krnu
.Isco, Aiirll B. Mrs. U, ,M. Ilnrtless.
Willis Has, Mrs. Dass, Mrs. llrewer.
Miss M. Cation, Dr. I K. Cofer, Mrs.
M A Dean, J. Downing, S. II. Dun
bar, A II. Kbner, Mrs. Kbuer, A.
I'ulkc, Mrs. V. C. Field. K. A. Frnser.
Mrs. Frascr. Mrs. Frenrh, I. Frleil
Inender, J. M. Gingrich, 13. F. Craves.
Ianl Halhort, Harry Ilynes, Cnjit. W.
Johnson, Mrs. K. C. Judd, Mrs. C. It.
Knight, Miss i:. Knight, U (1, Kel
logg; II, lx-hallen, D. V. I.ccr. Mrs.
I-evcr. K. C. McCall. Miss O. McKtten,
Mrs. M. Manning, K. C. Mayo, C.
Mechtlcr, Capt. Jno. Metcalfe, Mrs. I).
P. Mitchell, Mrs. J. V. Moore, Miss M.
Myers, Mrs. M. O'Urlen, J. U Parrlsh,
Dr. Chas. A. Payne, J. M. Pierce, Cupt.
A. F Plllsbury. Mrs. Pillsbury, Miss J.
Ilankln, D. H. Hobert, Mrs. Kobert.
Cnpt. A. W. Saunders. U Sargeant,
Mrs. Sargeant, J. I). Schuyler, Mrs.
SchuVer. A. C. Silver. J. T. Staff, Jr.,
Mrs. J. Vogol, Jus. Wukefleld, Dr. II.
Wendrener, Mrs. I.. W Wight, Owen
Williams, Mrs. It. Davidson, II. Nn
keluulla, C. D. Chudd and wife.
S PA88ENQER8 V
X Dtpartlng M
Pur stmr, Maunu Loa, for Muul
nnd Hawaii iiorts, nt 12 noon, April
fi, Wm. Wilcox, tlev. J. Abe, Miss
Mussey, Mrs M. Watpullanl, II. M.
Overend, E. E. Connnt, A. P. Heed
and friend, Jim Sakal and son, J. A.
llalch. D. II. Kuhns, II. O. Parsons,
W. M. Rooks, Knoku Kaauu nnd wife,
K PA86ENOER8 M
fell Booked K
Per stmr Claudlne, fur Maul and Ha
wall ixirts, Apill S. Mrs. A. Deas, J.
A. llalch, Wm. Thompsou, K. It. Hen
dry, J. M. Keanu and wife and 25 mem
bers of legislative party for Ijnal.
. SHORT STAY
Tlio United States transport togaii
arrived this morning from Manila
nnd will sail for Sun Francisco this
afternoon ut C o'clock. She brought
n large passenger list, though there
(re no officers of higher rank than
Hint of Colonel on board. One hun
dred and nlnety-slx enlisted men of
the Fifth and Twenty-eighth lotter
ies of Field Artillery compose the
largest number of passengers. Thero
are 25 sick on board being returned
to the United States for treatment.
One private died on the voyage short
ly nfter the transport left Nagasaki.
He thought the Item should be plac
ed in the loan bill. If It were placed
lu the current expense bill other Im
portant matters might suffer. He
spoke In favor of getting additional
data and moved to defer considera
tion. lllshop said he failed to see tho
consistency of the argument mudo
hy Smith after he hud Just voted for
r $25,000 Item for promotion work.
$15,000. FOIl KAUAI
Smith's motion to defer was lost,
lilshop's motion to Insert the Item ut
Cundall moved to Insert an item
for the extension of tho Walmea riv
er embankment on Kauai, $15,000,
He said this was necessary to pro
tect life and property, which was
being damaged under the present con
dltlons. Ills motion carried.
Clvllllngworth suggested the ap
pointment of a committee to con
fer with one from the House to con-ldei-
tho advisability of having both
Houses adjourn for tin ee days In or
der to allow the committees to catch
up with their work.
lllshop said that these three days
would ho counted. Chllllngworth
then withdrew his suggestion.
M.tkekau Introduced his remaining
A recess was taken until 2 p. m,
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