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KVKNIKO nUU.r.TIN, HONOLULU. T It . BATUUDAY. APRIL fi. 11u7.
Pacific Third Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Rote Croix Election 7:30.
Leahl Chapter Special.
All (siting members of tlio
ordororo cordially I in It oil to at
tend meetings of local lodEes,
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Meeti avery Monday evening at 7:10
In 1. O. O. F. Mall. Fort itreU
K. H. HENDIlY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON. N. Q.
All vlsltln brother very cordially
MYOTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall. cor.
Fort and lleretanla. Visiting broth
tin cordially Invited to attend.
a. s. wnnucR, c. c.
F. WALDUON, K. It. S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of I. Hall, cor. Fort and llere
tanla, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
lAjdgo No, 2, Vm. McKlnley Lodge
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordial
It. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO, B. P. O. E.,
will meet In their hall on King nev
Fort street every Friday evenlne.
Ily order of tho E. R.
HAIIIIY It. SIMPSON,
H. E. MURRAY, E.It.
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 lleretanla. Visiting broth
cis cordially Invited to attend.
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. n. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
.Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNK8
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
ttlock in K. of P. Hall, King street
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
L. E. TOOMEY, President.
II. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. O. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month In K. of P. Hall
Visiting brothers cordially Invited l-i
E. V. TODD. Sachem.
A. K. MURPHY. 1 ol It
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at Sun An.onlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially (n
tlted to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Saturday, April 7,
IN AID OF DISTRICT NURSING AND
THE WORK OF THE
AT THE SETTLEMENT BUILDING,
KING AND LILIHA STREETS.
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in bond under super
vision of the U S. GOVERN
MENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Insist that your
dealer' supplies it or call "p
King and BithclSts.
MAY WE DO YOURS?
We are sure you will be
satisfied with our work. When
you do not have time to do
this work yourself and are in
a great hurry to have it done
at once, let us help you out.
" Everything Photographic "
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
The most attractive designs
in all sizes are represented in
To close otit certain styles
we are offering them at great
ly reduced prices.
177 S. KING ST.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
'' ft 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
' I both your gross sale: and
; percentage of profit. Call
l Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
On; Trial Will
Fully Explain Why
Order from us today some
After you have 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, Ltd,
LOCAL AND GHNIiRAL
BULLKT1N WANT ADS. tiny be-
trtuic the people who want things
Panama hats cleaned nt tho Glob.
Fred J Ciois una n returning Klnau :
llcst cup of roffee In the city. New
JukI In fln assortment National
lllsriilt Co ' cracker. Day & Co.
Ilr Cofer, of Ihu Murine Hospital
Service, wus an arrival In the Korea.
Take )or carriage or automobile to
Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for up-tu-date
Mrs. Kcarns' Hawaiian preserves nnu
chutney packed and shipped by oery
tteamer. Order u case.
Mrs. Tenney and Mrs. Noonan ex
pect soon to sail for the Coast. They
will spend the summer In California.
The members of tliu Kalnlolin lloat
Chili nre gUIng ii benefit dunce at the
Young hotel this evening. Admission
A petition "111 be presented for the
release of Juimnese patients ut the
Molokui settlement so that they may
return to Janau. 41 il
An I. O. U K pin waB found at the
K. of.l. dance last evening. Owner
may obtain same by tailing at 22!)
Swell new bats arrived by 8. H. Ala
luedu direct .from New York for Miss
Power's Millinery Parlors, lloston
llulldlug, l'lirt Street.
The Troubadour Social Club will give
a dance this evening at new Knights
of Pjlhlus Hall on the comer of Fort
mm uerctnnia streets.
A week of exceptional bargains ,bc
fins on Monday ut Sachs: big special
nt money-saving prices that will Inter
est you. See nil on page C.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable.
You will be surprised at Its cooling and
preservative properties, California
S'ced Co, .agents.
CG.Ofiti In prizes. The famous Ilnph
nel Tuck print lompetltlon postals for
salcby Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co.,
Alexander Young llulldlug. tri'iipas,
mats, fans, baskets, Teco iKittcry and
OHlcers of the S. S. Alameda state
that the last trip to the Coast was
quite rough and plenty of seasickness
on board. One father with ten chil
dren were all down at once with that
very uncomfortable trouble.
Tho Catholic Church .of St. John
the Ilaptlst, Kallhl-wacnu, In charge
of llev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
April 7: 8:30 u. in., high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday school; 4 p.
The Klnnu, arriving today, brought
the following curgo: BOO ohlu ties,
41 empty kegs, (U barrels bottles, 'J0
tords wood, II bags uwa, 7 bundles
hides, 1 cow, 1 calf, II horses, 10 hogs
191 lackages sundries.
Mrs Day and Miss Dorothy Wood nr
rived In the Korea after touring the
Orient for several months. Mrs. Day
expects to go on to Chicago, taking
Miss Wood with her. Mrs. Clifford
Wood has offeied her hoiiso for rent
and will soon go abroad.
Christian Church, corner Alakea
and King streets. Junior C. K., 9 n.
in.; Senior C. E 0:30 p. m.; Ulblo
school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching, 11 n.
m. and 7:30 p. m. You are conllnl
ly Invited to any and nil services. G,
D. Kdwaids, pastor.
Deputy Attorney General M. I. Pros'
ser left In the Korea toduy for S.in
Francisco where he goes to represent
the Territory In tho case of tho United
States against Merrlam. Mr. Prosser
will return as soon us ho completes lit J
work before the United States Court
Registrar of Convcj antes Merrlam
read u very Interesting and Instructive
paper before the Research Club lust
evening on tne isomers system oi lax-
utlon. This ststem Is In oguo In many
cities of the States and proves verj
successful. An outline will uppcar In
a later Issue of the Uullctln.
Purser llecklcy of the Klnau lesorts
the following sugur on hand on Ha
waii: Olaa. 21,000; Wolakea, 19,000;
Hawaii Mill, 7000; Walnaku, 2500;
Oncmieu, 14.8M); Pepeckco, 13,000; Ho
noiuu, 11,700; Hnliuluii, 200; Laupa
hochoe, 10,500; Ookalu, 11,000; Kukul
nu, 10,000; Hamukuu, 20,000; Pauuhai;,
28,000; Honokna. 17,000; Kukuihaele,
5300: Piinuliiu, 2G93; llonuupo, 62SS.
First Methodist Eplscopul Church
John W. Wadman, pastor. Located
comer of lleretanla Ave. and Miller
street. Tomorrow's set vices as follows:'-
0:45 n. in., Sunday school; II
n. in., public worship. The pastor
preaches, subject: "Tho Hupeiscrlptlou
on the Coin." 7 p. in., public worship
under the auspices of the hp
worth League. Pastor preaches to
)oung people, subject: "Perils and
Promises." The general public cor
I jJ& ATrt'Vji Jl
has always been one of our chief
aims. lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, is
not our policy, xnc out in quamy
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satistaction ior you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
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Bulletin glvee complete summery ef
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products by that best of all Indorsements t Imitation.
Buy the originals, stamped H. C, which Incorporate a
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Additional Cable News on Pag 1.
EARTHQUAKES AND STORMS
OCCUR IN EUROPE
(lcnen, Switzerland, April 5.
Two euithntiukes have occur! cd In
the Khnctlan Alps on tho Austrian
Swiss frontier, causing numerous nv-alunches.
Naples, Italy, April B. A severe
storm Is prevailing here mid several
vessels hue been wrecked.
SWEPT BY TORNADO
Now Orleans. La.. April r. Twen
ty people are known to have been
killed by a toinado which is sweep
ing ner Louisiana and Mississippi.
The piopeity damage will amount to
not less than 1SOO.O00.
JAPAN TO BUILD
London, Kng April fi. It Is re
ported that tho largest battleship In
tho woild Is to be built by an Eng
lish Ih in for Japan.
HOW ABOUT A
For your home?
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
jbjb- Fine Job Printing at the But.
letln Office. t ,
The Public Lands Committee of the
lloute, accompanied by other mem
bers of the IyCRlslatuie, press repre
sentnthes and others, numbering
ubaut thirty in all, left for Lauul last
night on tho Claudlne. They were to
I go as far as Luhaluu on the Claudlne
unit nil;,, iiuiiBtc, iu uiu iaiui,i.
It Is the purpose of tho Investigating
commltteo to make a thorough exam
Illation of tho Island as possible, with
a view to deciding as to the wisdom
or unwisdom of the action of the Uuv
ernor anil the Lund Commissioner In
exchanging the public lands of tho
Island A circuit of Lauul will bo
made In the steamer and then the
party will go over as much of it as
possible oil horbeback. They are ex
pected to tetiirii Monday morning.
The BU8INE88 rAAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7Si Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
Plttsbuig, Pn., Apt II r.. Andrew
Carnegie hun given nn additional G,-
000,000 to the Curneglo Institute.
CZAR MAY ABDICATE
London, England, April Ii.
Dully Mirror bus advices that
Czar will nbdlcute and that
Clrand Uuko Michael will be Ucgont
during the Infancy of tho Cznrewltcli
THAW TRIAL WILL RESUME
Now York. N. Y., April B. Tho
Thaw trial will proceed Monday. Dis
trict Attorney Jerome has decided not
to appeal against Judgo Fitzgerald's
Derlln, Germany, April B.
thousand tallorH have struck.
Minneapolis, Minn., April r,.
enteen hundred carpenters
BULLETIN AD8. PAY -TJB2
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit?
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation,- yon-arfr sure to se
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King 8t
PHONE BLUE 2741. P, O, Box C8.
(Continued from Page 1.)
lint the majority of the Scnntors,
whom Makekim pointed out nro lnrgc
ly Interested In plantations, fulled to
bo convinced by Ills urguments, und
rut the bill oil quickly and cxpedl
The Judiciary Comniltleo reported
riivoinbly on House lllll 48, relating
to negotiable instruments, an net to
establish n law uniform with tho
laws of other Suites mid Territories
on that subject.
A communication from tho House
was lead In reference to tho Wnllncli
UHoltition, stating that 11 Is tho
teiibo of the limine that Wnllncli be
icrmitted to go to Moloknl to treat
lepers for u term of six months at his
own expense. The ciiiuiminlcatlon
was leferred to tho Health Committee.
A tommiinlcutlou from tho Houso
stating that that body hud udopted n
resolution asking Congtcss to ln
ciciiHe, the membership of tho Su
premo Court of tho Territory to five
members, rather mixed things up for
h moment, as a similar resolution was
adopted In the Senate yesterday. The
Senuto cleared tho matter up by re
railing tho Senate resolution, which
had already gono to tho House. Tho
csolutlon w-us then reconsidered und
luld on the table. This was done In
order to avoid sending two Identical
Resolutions to Washington.
KLKCTION HILL PASSED
Senate lllll 13, relating to elec
tions, Introduced by McCarthy, came
up fur third reading. Smith moved
to strike out bectlons 4 to 10. Lost.
McCarthy moved that tho hill puss
Smith moved to amend by striking
out die words that allow tho voter to
wrlto iu the niimo of any ono (or
whom he might wUh to vote. Cur
ried. McCarthy moved tho bill pass
as amended. The bill passed by a
oto of 10 to 3.
MUST USE 11LACK PENCILS
Houso lllll 171, relating to the
method of marking ballots, providing
that black lend pencils must be used
iu nun king ballots, was deferred for
r wool: on motion of McCnithy, so
that tho Senate might know what ac
Hon tho House will take on Senato
Action on Senato Illlls'l and fi was
deferred on motion of Dowsctt,
INCOME TAX HILL KILLED
Sonata lllll 71, the graduated In
come tax bill, brought Makckuu to
his feet with an amendment to his
twu bill to innke tho tax on corpora'
Hon Incomes 4 per cent.
"As we nil understand," he said,
"the plantations and corporations are
tho ones who need Immigration. Here
tofore tho plantations hnvo borno the
expense of bringing immigrants here,
but the recant Immigration decision
lias stopped that. Now tho corpora
tions are asking the Legislature to
lay for getting Immigrants, und It
Is only fair that tho corpoiatlons that
ure to derlvo the benefits should bear
tho expense. An Immigration hill
has been Introduced into the House
but thoro Is no puivlslon for paying
"As wo all know, tho members of
tho Senate aro largely interested in
(orpoiutlons, and they should be will-
llni- In hum n bill tiiovblliiK for get-
"If we puss this bill, the corpora
linns will probably be a little mho
for it few days, but bcfoio long they
will tliuiik us for It. Sonio of the
plantations In ltnmnkiia aro getting
short of labor, und thev will thank
lis for passing n tblll to get Immi
Hiulth moved thnt the bill be Indef
initely postponed, Cnirled by Ihu
witn of the Pie'sldent.
SECOND HEADING ,
The following uiiis passou secimu
Hnnnln lllll 03. iirnvlillng for li
cense fees for carrying cm various
jlnei of business, and fixing tho fees.
Sennto lllll 94, electric franchise.
House lllll 1S, relating to County
loans, moused considerable discus-
tlon. The committee recommended
tho passage of Jhe Mil, the report wns
adopted and the bill passed second
lending. Mnkeknu moved that Sen
ate lllll 00, allowing the County of
Hawaii to make loans wns also rend
for the second time. Smith objected,
but Dowsctt seconded the motion.
The bill wns rend,
Mnkeknu said tho Idea of borrow
ing money for tho County of Hawaii
was m according to his Idea, but
was the Idea of tho heads of depart
ments of tho County, He faored the
bill nlluwlng nil the Counties tn bor
low money, and had sent u copy of
the general bill to his constituent
mid wns waiting to hear from them
In tho meantime, he would move that
his bill, Senato lllll CO, patm second
l end in g.
Dowsctt favored tho passage of the
general net and not of any special act.
Muk'ikmi's bill passed second reading.
Houso lllll 100, authorizing the
Territory to accept County bonds,
rrnctttully uu enabling uct for House
Hit I J Ml, was next taken up und pass
ed second reading.
House Hill 171', to disqualify gov
ernment employees who become de
linquent In tuxes, wns referred to the
House Joint Iteholutlou, relating to
the appointment of n Walklkl Hecln
illation Commission, pusbed third read
ing without debate.
The resolution udopted jestordiiy
by the Hoard of Immigration, tho
text of which appears elsewhere, was
lead, and on motion of Smith was re
ferred to tho Committee on Public
At 11:05 the Senate went Into Com
mlttee of the Whole to lesunio con
sideration of tho Liquor Hill. Tho
bill was taken up at that part relat
ing to revocation, forfeiture and
tiunsfer of licenses.
Regarding the Illicit sales of liquor
McCarthy objected to tho section
making the possession of a United
States license prima facie evidence
that the holder sells Intoxicating liq
Smith couldn't see why the liquor
moil should object to this clause.
McCarthy withdrew his motion to
ttrlko the section out.
McCarthy moved to strlko out the
btction that proof of tho delivery of
intoxicating liquor shall bo prima
facto evidence of money or othor con
sideration having been given for It.
Ilaysoldcn thought this section
went too far. He moved to strlko the
words making proof of the delivery
of liquor sulllclent evidence to sup
port a conviction agnlnst tho parly
so delivering. Carrlod.
McCarthy objected to tho penalty
for tho keeping of liquors after tho
revocation of license. The penalty
as In tho bill provided for a lino .of
not less than $100 nor moro than 11,-
000, or Imprisonment for not mora
than 12 months, or both. "I think
that Is rather rubbing It In," ho Bald.
He moved to strike out everything
but the S100 fine. The motion was
After receiving tho veto messages
of the Governor, work on the liquor
bill wub resumed.
Huue1den moved to strlko out tha
section providing for tho punishment
of any person who buys liquor from
un unlicensed person. He said there
is no chance of a conviction under
such a law, as tho person would not
testify against himself and the seller
would not testify against him. The
section was stricken out.
HARD ON THE DKUNKS
McCarthy moved to Insert a section
providing for a flno of 110 of any
drunk who refuses to leave the prom
ises of u licensee when requested. Car
On motion of McCarthy another
eectlon was Inserted allowing any
liquor dealer to refuse to sell to any
pel son whom he deems unlit, and to
order such person off the premises.
The commltteo roso and reported
progiess and tha Senate adjourned.
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Last quarter of tho moon April 5th.
Times of tho tldo nro taken from
tho United Stales Coast and Geodetic,
Hawaiian standard timo Is 10 bourn
30 minutes Blower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of lr,7
degrees 30 minutes. Thu tlmo whlsllo
blows nt 1:30 p. in., which Ii tho Riimo
ns Greenwich, (l hours o minutes. Bun
nnd moon nre for local tlmo for tho
Friday, April fi.
Am, bk. George Cm lis. Hubert, Ifl
da)H. from Sou Krulirlscci, oft Koko
Head, fi p, in.; oh poll dm lug night.
P. M, S. S. Korea, Bundbcrg. from
the Orient, fi p. in.
Saturday, April 0.
S. S. Anrangl, Phillips, from Vic
toria nnd Vaiicomcr, X u. in.
Slmr. Ilcltne, Nelson, (rum Hawaii
ports. 7:40 a. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Kreeman, from Illlo
and Hawaii porta, 10 u. m.
l'rlday, April S.
Stmr. Claudlne, I'.iikiT, for Hawaii
mid Maul isirts, fi;10 p. m
V. S. Army linuFjxirt Iigau, Slln
sou, for San Francisco, fi:20 p. Ml.
Saturday, April C.
P. M. S. S. Korea, Saudberj, for Hun
Francisco, at noon.
Departed, April 5 A.-ll. S. b. Toxuii,
Li'tis, fur Sallnu Cruz, with uugar.
A.-II. S. S. Arlzonnn, Tnplcy, for
Kuannpull, S Ji. in.
S. S..Aurnngl, Phillips, for Colonies,
?,!!ll II in
Ventura, llnywurd, from Col-
HAS RECORD MAIL
(Continued from Paqt 1)
Doric and Alameda en route to Aus
tiallu. On account of the laying up
of tho Oceanic boats;ithetnail on the
Canadian-Australian line Is very
heavy Indeed ami when tho vessel left
Mctorla her mall loom wub full and
two cabins hud been used to stow
nway tho postal mutter. With near
ly 400 sacks moro which nro received
lit this port the Aornngl will break
all lecords for mall brought to tho
Colonies by n single steamer.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, from l'apaa
lou, a. m.
Stmr. Llkcllke, Naopala, from Koha
lalele, a. in.
X PA88ENQER8 K
X Arrived M
Per stmr. Klnau, from llllo mid
way ports, April fi. M. P. Itoblnsou,
James Dougherty, W. T. Il.ildlng, Mrs.
W. T. llaldlng. Mis. JI. Ilogcm. O.
O. Kinney, Ilruco Kennedy, W. T.
Smith. J. S. Kimball, Mrs. J. S. Kim
ball, Mrs. A. J. Campbell. Mrs. II. Ity
croft, Miss P. Molr, Otto W. Itose,
Miss Chundyler, Mrs. II. Nnhlltt, !'.
A. Richmond, Young Wall I.oy, Mas
ter O. C. Todd, Mrs. W. A. Todd, A.
E. Jordan, Mrs. J. T. Lowls, Miss Ella
Wight, Master M. Stratemeyer, MIsh
N. Stratemeyer, Master E. Stratemey
er, D. E. Stratemeyer, G. Stratcmeyor,
K. Ktzold, M. Coleman, 11. 11. Oohi'.
Miss C. A. Tlsdulo, Mrs. Taka, Sam
uel P. Woods, Miss M, It. Woods, Mrs.
J. F. McKenzle, Muster J. McKenzle,
Mrs. E. F. Rogers, Miss O. Hogers,
Miss E. Rogers, C. Molnccke, K. K.
Elgin, Miss Emmn Hall, A. L. Louis
son, II. T. llroderlck, C. Iloltc, K. J.
Cross, Mrs. F. J. Cross, Samuel Ku
holo, Harry Wills, Mrs. E. T. Parsons,
Mrs. Alice On Tul. E. T. Parsons, Miss
Dudley, D, L. Austin, Miss Kokela,
Dr. J. S. 11. Pratt, Henry P. Hcckley.
Per 8. S. Aorangl, from Victoria and
Vancouver, Apr. C Mrs. II. E. Walt),
Mrs. M. A. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs J L
Cockbtirn, I. Longer, II. (1111, Jus. For
rest, F. W. Uoyd. I. P. Stewuit, C. P.
Miller, 8. Kulzuml
& PA88ENQER8 X
K Departing M
Per S. S. Koren, for Sun Kinnclt.cu,
April iT A. Constabel and wife, M. S.
arlnbaum, wife and mall, W. T. Lucuj
ri'd wife, Geo. P. Caetle, W. 1). Mar
win, wife and daughter, Hum' lli'im.
Mrs. W. II. Dnlley, Mir.i W. J Wbbe,
II. S. Rand, wife and Oaiighlci, .ill is
Meyre, Miss Carmlchael, Mar; .'!.
Cube, Walter Freur, wife ami du, Kil
ter, David Hlco und -Vlfo, Miss II. A.
Townscnd, Miss J. V. White Mis. It.
Ilemrose, II. 1). Smith t'lul wile. Mrs.
II, S. Wood nnd two daughteii, Mit,.
E. A. Rowland, Infant mid liurs'., Mir.
S. L. Ilr) nut, F. E. S'eero, wlfu and
child. Miss Mnbcl O'Urlcn, Mft. F. I..
Waldron, Mrs. Colo ami tliroo ikitigh-
its, M. F. Prosser, Mies Anna .Inf.
Injrersoll, W. M. Spojer, J. T. ,.-nn-bllh,
Douglas Mcllyrde, J. Koccuberg,
K. Vim Zante, Kuther Valentin, C. A,
Hartwell, Cupt. 'Mutsou, J. II. Well.i
und son, E. Kobcrs, S.'O. Worden, A.
Alroldl, E. H. Turner, J. T. McCiobson,
F. M. Crehore, wlfu und (laughter, Mrs.
McUryde, Mis. 11. F. Felt aim luugn
ter, Miss C. J. Cuter, Miss H.utuell,
J. n. Luke nnd wife. Fred A Dalley
and wife, W. G. Hutchinson und wife.
Misses Ilruce (3).
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawull nnd
Maul ports, April fi. Mrs. A. Dras, .1.
A. llalch, William Thompson, E It.
Hendry, J, M, Kenmi, and 25 legisla
tive party for I.anal,
Per U. 8. A. T. IJigan for San Finn-
' clsto, April 5. Mis. Jewell.