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KVI3NIN0 nUU.HTIN, HONOLULU, t II MONDAY, AI'Mt, in. M07
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Hawaiian Third Degree
Oceanic Third Degree
Honolulu Chapter Regular
6 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting member or tlio
order nro cordlnlly Imltcd to at
tend meetings of loeul lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Meet pveiy Monday evening ut
7:30 III I O O. F. Hull. Foil Hiicut
13. It. IIHNDItY, Scciclui).
C. A. SIM1B0N, (1.
All visiting brothels cr) uiidlall)
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mccti ovnry Tuesday evening nt
, 7:30 o'clock In. K. of I Hall. ror.
. 1'ort mid Ileretnnla. .Visiting bioth
crs cordially lnvltod to attend.
a. 8. wnnunn, c. c.
r. WALDHON, K. It. s.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Moots (ivory I'll day evening nt
K. ot 1 JIall, cur Purl nnd llerc
tanla, nt 7-.10. Mnmbors of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Win. McKlnley Lodgo
No. 8, ami visiting lirotlicrs coidla'
It. C.OSLINO, c. c.
A. S. KI3NWAY, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G1G, . P. O. E.
lliuolulu Lodge No. Old, 11. l. O
K,, will meet In their hull mi Kin-;
noar Kurt sliwl ever) Frldn owmlug
Ily order of tlio 13 11.
IIAHUY II. SIMPSON.
F. 13. ItlCHAItDSON. 13 It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hnll, ror.
Fort nnd Horotatila- Visiting broth
ers cordlnlly lii'Ited to nttcud.
L. II. WOLF, C. C. ,
13. A. JACOIISON, K. n S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tliu 2uil and 4tli WI3D
N138DAY ovonlngs c.iih inoiith nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull. King ht
Visiting 13agles mo Invited Ik at
tend. L. 13 TOOMI-3V, Piesldent.
II. T. MOOI113. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first ami third Tim s
days of nucli uioiitli ni Knight, m
Pylldail Hull Visiting bintlurs cm
dlnU) Invited III utlelld
A 11)1)1). Suiluui
A 13. Ml'ltPIIY.
U. or It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 5C3, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fjurth Wed
nesday ot each month at Situ Amoiilo
Hall. Visiting' brothers cordially In
rlte'l to attend.
v F W. Wni3D. Pros,
n. V. TODD. Secy.
think the onlj 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
gteater 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: nnd
, percentage of profit. Call
Hav-ilian Oflicc Specialty Co.
Wing Wo Tai & Go.
941 NUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
play nny sheet of music or by cnr.
GUAHANTKI3D, 12 lesbons for $15
SAM t!OLl)13NO, Mandolin I3xpcit,
No. IS Hotel St.
J 11 an 1c hooky of nil hurts, ledgers,
etc., ininnufnctund by tho llullittln
Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in bond under super
vision of the U S. GOVERN
MENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Iniht that your
dealer supplies it or call "p
King; and IBithelSts.
They arc delicious. A
large shipinci.t o it., qt niul
Ballon tins of itae Olives
Has Just B?m Hcrcived.
10 CENTS A IACKAGE.
You should t.-y 1,0111c of
these wafers i.tadc from Grape
Nuts by the I'cutum Cereal
Company. N?arly everybody
likes them they arc so crisp
AmiT. You Tired ff
The Old, Old Pictures?
Wall Paper is simply one big
picture covering the entire
room. And when you sec this
same picture, day after day,
year after year, wake up
staring at the same thing ev
ery morning, it is apt to
get monotonous. You can
change the whole interior ef
fect of your house with wall
paper. Sec our choice line of
the prettiest and most exclu
177 S. KING ST.
The American Manual
and Photographic Times
If you own a camera or are
in any way intetested in nho-
tography you will appreciate
We also have numerous
other books on photography
mat win please you.
SUPPLY CO. '
yi " Everything Photographic "
A SOURCE OF
THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE,
BEROSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
Jjsjr- Fine Job Printing at tho Pul
LOCAL AN11 GENERAL
Tlic next Announcement in the
Bulletin's Pnciflc States Tour Con
test will lie published Friday, April
Panama hats denned nt the rilobe.
Umg bl.iil. sill, gloves nt Whitney
llest cup of coffee In tho city. New
t Int-itiMtt i I Mjlrri nvrvvtu lliiu ril iiltlntf
In I O O P. hnll. I
I'ho Hoard ot llenllh will miet this.
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Floral Parade Piiraillio of tho pa
cific. IT, its. nt all newsstands.
The ll)stHlidcr snlffH lit the Idea of
lilt wilting the 'Htiliiler doggerel "
Pol S'nm Johnson received 7 ier
icnl on hln examination for tolrmcl. !
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. 0. 0. I','
mtets tonight at 7:30 In I. 0. 0 P
(; N Wilcox nnd Mi mid Mrs A.,
! Will ox lame 111 )(sleidj) from
Hidden iIIiIkiiis, licaiillful new p.it
ii'iin. "( nnd .!.'( per )md--bpeclal ut
Tiv ilie nooiiiln) liinih at the Crl-("Hon-
nil von wiint to ml nnd a Klaus
ii liter for "..
Tune vour rarrlago or nutomobllc to
llavvnllaii Carriage Manfg. Co, for up-
The henrlni; In the Mnniliuila wilv-
hk' aso wan lesnined this uiiitnliiK In
ion' .IniliT Dole.
IoiioIiiIii Tiniinlu No. 1, I'vihlali sis-
iiih, leKiilm niietltiK this cvcnlni; In
i he new K. of P. hall.
Unite Keiiuedv has returned for the
opeliliiK (olh'Ki.' term lifter spi liillliK
ICaster nt his Inline in llllo.
The moxl uoilllshliiK nnd wholesome
hna'l Is iiiinhi ri mil (iiilikn dale Hon r.
llitikfeM it Co.. itlslilhiitors.
U .von "have a little fairy In Jour
home" i;o to Uciikoii, Smith tc Co., mid
l,i I Hie toilet suuplks necunl.
(Sen F. Hinsliall, edilnr of the Ha
waii Herald, Is III town. He will ko
li.K'U to the litK Island on Tiuwki).
Iheie vvim mi ImineiiMi diiwd ill the
N tl. II. levK'W ut Aula I'niK Jestei--lav
'Ivvu iuix'h in falnlliiy wile le-
I ii i I i I
I he lale t ilvles III ThoiiipMin IIiiih
lainiiiiK SI Mi mill $'. sliois have Juki
hein uielvtil li the .M.imifiiLUIiers
Wall.uli does not uso Devvliu; inn-
i nine oil In his foriiiula. Inn llcnnv .t
Co sell It. 121,0 Pint street. Phonui
II Is (lalnied that the WKCtnlilu!
i i.ips on Mime of the other Islands me
ui ailv letaided on account ol the re
cent (old wcathei.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W C
IlerKln. Accommodations, supplies
Mid i.ttcudnnto absoliikly first class,
I luest bntliliiK on tho beach.
A iiui&rincradc hall Is one ot the (mil
iar; cvelils for Ma. 11 'will he held
at the K. of P. hall on May I. Tliu
iimiiiI prlrcs will be kIvcii.
A spcdal uieeiliiK of the Merchunls
yhoclalloii Is to lie held at :t o'iIikI.
innioriovv afternoon A full ntU'iid
nine Is csjicilally re(iiested.
When tho wcnlhcr It hoi "Arabic"
will cool your Iron roof. When the
vvialliur Is v;et "Arabic" will pruvoui
nut Cnllfornlu Faid Co.. aents.
Win not own u homo? Many pay
I. 'in and do not ic.illzi) that It's thuip-
i unci pleasaiiler to own a home. Ilu
e lot In College Hills mid hnlld a
home. Tn nt & Co.
Lcahl Chapter No. 2, Order 13asteiu
Slur, meets this eve iiIiik nt 7::!0 o'docli
ill Miooule I'elllple. Vlslllllf slsteis
and liiothers mo coidlall) luvltcd to
aitmil this niH'llni;.
In a clo.in but lo.-,cl iilaed name at
K.iplohiul Pari; estenla the Auihois
ilc teal eel llin ninnies In the heioiul
iviinic of the Itetnll l.hpior Dealers'
LetiKiie. The noni vvjis 13-12,
John Diillv, who was (ouvlilcd for
(oiiliterfeltiUK uboiit two jears iiro nnd
hi i veil a Unlit sentence, was again nr
tested K.ititidd) for siuiikkIIiii: ::UU0
(Itnirs off one of the tiauspoils.
The old wharf bus bieu rejiulrrd by
the Kahiilul Kallroad Co, uud put into
eoiiimlhSlou. Frelclit Is belli); now
hnuilled In mill out ut the old whiiif to
tho much intlsfnctlon of shlnjicrs.
"Arabic" applied to It nil roofs, rc
diues tempcratiiro as much us 23 de-
Krees. ThM has been aeicrtalncd by
nituat tet California Feed Co ,
I' V Mllveilou spent iiart of last
wieli ut WalluUii IiiMiik care of tho
lcnllor ii side of the uibe agaliikt It
II llllihimk and Otto Mejer. Tim
(use wan lu icK.iid lo borne uiijinld
Aniline Pr.iuilsio uielved the first
count of O.ihn w a riant for the pay
ment of vltness fets fiiiiu Audllor
lllcKnell H.ilui(la ll was !3Mi(d In
iKCoidnliie with the law passed li the
Vee Chun K Co inn now In their now
ttoie ut King uud llithel sluuts, with
u whole new line of ir goods, nov
elties, uud vv omen's, men's uud ihll
(lien's shoes fioin the London and
New York inn t hits,
A public mctitlug will he held this
eveulliK ut H ii'cloiU ut tile beadiiiiait
iHof the Oaliu lnltieof tlici Tlji osopli
leal Society (loom (.:', uetoud Hour
Young biilldlugL when iiiiesllonu to en
nuluis will lie uiisweied.
Mr Tukugl and Mr. Ogluo, pinpilelor
nnd edllor lespettlvely of the Law
Newiijiapei, Toklo, inn passeiiKiis on
the Atiieilin Mam bound for 13uiope
Sjienltlni; of tholr iinmir they sa
(oiidltloun am faroiubln all along tho
The (iiiiKiiigallou at the Methodist
iliuieli wiis turn I cc I lo a delightful (Un
ionise lij lllshop 'Iholuiiu jcHlcnlay
roienooii The lllshon Is a most en
teilululng hpenKcr .Mauj jcaiii sieut
in mlhblon worlt li.m given him mi In
Iglu Into the workings of humanity
i hut me siirpilslug
'I hero will bo u special children's
dciuoiibliutlon In Salvation Aim) hall,
i oilier or King stuet mid Niiuuuii ave
nue, touioirow evening, loiuineiKliig
at S ii'iloik, to whli h eveijbod Ih
lonllully luvlled. Mis. Colonel Fieiuli
and Mis. Colonel Ibewei will speak
niul hlug, mid lliein will iiImi be wings,
icdlutloiii-, dillls uud eveulses h) the
clilldieu iiml jouug peojilu.
has always been one of our chief
aims. Lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, is
not our policy. The rut 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, SANFQitD,
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET
Over May & Co.
Thorough Workmanship and
Highest Standard Quality
Tho above factors are characteristic of my business efforts and
have proved most satisfactory.
MEXICO'S CAPITAL RECEIVES
HEAVY EARTHQUAKE SHOCK
Clu or Mexico, Apt II IS.-tAii eaithipiuke lusting four and a half tnln-
iiIcm declined linio ul midnight. Thtiic was a long, swinging mollou. The
Inhabitants weiu terrilled. For a short time tlic.clly wus In darkness. Tliu
telegraph lines worn tcmpoimlly put out ol commission. No deaths huvo
been leporled up lo this hour (1.10 a. in.) It Is believed llinl I'm ilnmngu
lo uropeitv 1 small. The mettle Hvviing off the dial of tliu selsmogiapb.
Then Is no eiiiiimiiulialloli with tliu south.
FUNERAL SERVICC3 FOR
LATE CHIEF SULLIVAN
Umii rnn.i.iMi Am II II n timiiw. '
lug funeial loo', nuio loda over tliu
remains of Clilif Sullivan of the Fliu
Department, who was killed lu tin)
TLOODS IN ASIA
CniiMmitlnojilc April II Floods 111
M.iieiliinhi, Asia Mlnoi, have uitihed
heavy losu of life mid destruction of
KINGSTON AGAIN SHAKEN
Klni'slon, .liiinnldi, April 14 Iheii'
. ,u a .liven. iuiuiiiiuku shook hew
VISIT SOUTHtHN STATES
Kiiiihib City. April 11. Killing frosts
have ilnno a mlllloii dollars' damage lu
Memphis, April II. Killing frosts
mo if'Hirtcil lu Mississippi, Tuunesseo
mid Ailimisiis with damuglng lesults.
Chltnyo, April 14. .1. II. I3tkels,
former Coniptioller of CMiieiicy, Is
Allhoiigh hut l!) years or ngo at his
death. I'cjit'lrt bus bieu one of the lead
ing llnaiiclcm of the iiiiiutry. A law
)er or some note anil ut one llino
Comptroller or Curiency. ,
Riga, Apiil II -Pilsoneis miillllled
lieio i slenl.i) uud iivurpoweied their
vvuidens The tioopi killed t-evcii nud
THAW'S EXPENSES HEAVY
New York, April 11. II Is estliuuled
thul tlio trial of Harry Thaw cost his
STANDARD OIL CO.
Chluigo, Apiil 11, In the cuses
uguum the rilanclaiil oil Co., that uir
poiatlon was found guilty mi I i:!D
eoitiitB, lot leielvlng rubatis fiom i till
loads, Tliu lompaii) Is llublii to n flue
ot -fiuou lo T-u.000 on each count.
WITHDRAW FROM MANCHURIA
Toklo, Ajull 11. Tho Jnpanesu
tioops have been withdrawn fiom
Mam Inula. It Is expeitcd to leduco
the inllvvuy gimids to half the number
tlpiiluted lu Hie Poitsnioiith tieaty.
d Mil, i
LOTTERY LEADERS INDICTED
Mobile, Aplll 14. Twellty-roill 111
illitineiits huvo been retiuncd against
New ()i linns' nilllloiialies, bankets
mid business men, ror conspiracy In
violating tlio uutl-lottciy laws.
ELEGANT STOCK OF
This stock embraces the fin
est European, British, Mexi
can and Asiatic selections.
Hawaiian News Co,, ll
25 new subjects. "Kimljo, the
Dancer," the Volcano, and oth
ers. Hart's Kauai scenes, Tapa
Cloths, Brasses and Pottery.
Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co,,
Alexander Young Building.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
1064 Fort St.
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
CHILEAN MINISTRY RESIGN
Smill.iKo. Chile. April 11. The mln-
Isttt' llllS tfslgllCd US II IfStllt of HlO
President's proposal lo ledum the
minnicr in i iiiieiui ichuuijiib.
(Continued from Page 1)
or the bill whli h displeased 111 ill tho
most was the one vvhlih piovlded that
patients who utter treatment showed
nppcmuiKcs ol liiipiovemeut, should
bo allowed to go to their homes. 1(
this In came u luvv a patient would con
tinuously bo floating betweeu their
homes uud their hospital, as it wan
iiiiupiirallvely casj lo bring about uu
Improvement. He moved to strike, out
Unit piovlsloii. I his was seconded uy
Uiiiii mid tarried without objection.
HMITII MflVI'S 'lO KILL.
Hm 1 1 Ii said that the motion ho wus
i.liout to niiiku might be misunderstood,
still be felt it his dut) to move lor tliu
indefinite postponement or tliu bill.
Tliu removal or the patients had caused
untold woe, and tho matter ot segre
gation had been given tlio most earnest
consideration, but It had been thor
oughly established that the leprosy
which was prevalent hcio was deadly
mid contagious, although ho believed
that thciu had been u few cuses of
cute. The iiluii or segregntlou had
been can Jul out, nnd tho wisdom there
of bad been demolish utcd. It wus a
gieat tcspomdhlllly the Legislature
would take lr It passed tlio bill. lie
knew that theiu was u great (Inmor
lor such a law, but conditions nt the
settlement hud been so im moved tbatl
the Inmates were mom carefully cured
for than they could bu nt home.
L1II3ST SPI3I3CH OF SI3SS10N.
Smith made n spleud'd address, the
mo3t eloquent of tliu tcssloii, bringing
out strongly the. wisdom ot meeting
the dfstiess or i-egicgutlng tho row ror
the induction ot the many, and show
ing that tho gi cutest hope of tho uffllct
cd ones lay In the settlement, where
the best tieni'mint cotild'bo bad. lie
especially ileploicd tliu featuiu or tliu
bill which Hindu tho determining of tho
liiu.cnie or the disease in susjieits a
i nun matter, whereby publicity would
blight tin lr families with Its taint.
MUST I'ltOTi:CT COMMUNITY
"If I had leprosy," ho exclaimed, "I
would wiint to go to Mololcnl, because
1 t until 1,1 1 tho best treatment theroj
beiumn I would wuut to protect my
wire, in) family uud tho community:
'but I would not wuut to huvo It udvor-
iiM-ci .inn navu me iiciiius oi ii puu
lislied Do not let us bu misled by
mislukeii H.wnpatlij., It Is not kindness
lo the ntTlleted ones. I3veu If tho people
wuut It, it Is not mi our purt to ton-i-eut
to It, My efforts muy bo useless,
hut us Senaturs. us mcnibeis of tliu
body which should bo baregiiaidlng tliu
comniiinlt), wo should not lend our
selves lo a thing which Is gplng to
hurt the people. We must not do this
w long thing Wo mo not doing a kind,
thing In the people or Hawaii, and I
bopo my piotest will leceivu iou.iier
atlon," CIIILLINnWOUTII KXPLAINS.
Chllllngwortli bald that Smith was
mlsliiltiii when liu thought that Ihu
luolslcm that tho susjieit should bu
Hied befoie a dlstiict iiinglstiate, io-
I cried to n regular trial. All Ihu hill
provided for was that he Bhoitld bo
tried by a lomnilttee ot physicians, or
vvhlih ho could select one. Chilling
Worth quoted several cases In which
clean persons had been sent to the
settlement ns lepcrB. The Hawnllatis
were not opposed to segregation, but
they were nfrnld of the tepetltlon of
such mlstnkes as had been made in
'.Smith withdrew his motion to In
definitely postpone to ullow amend
ments to bo made,
Lone said ho believed In the meas
ure but the bill was too brond. How
over, ns It was at prcte'nt there, wns
no protection, fur niijone. An) one
might be sent to the settlement on the
ny-so ot tlio doctors. The hill merely
provided lor the protection or tho peo
ple but would nut affect segregation.
He moved to amend so that only the
suspect in whom tho disease was In its
Incipient stage should bo given such
Dials. Carried. The bill passtd sec
und leading by n voto of it to 1, tho
negative vote tiding that or Smith.
ANOTIIKIl I.I3W3K HILL.
Senate Hill 39, permitting nnn-phy-stclnns
to tnnt lepers, consumptives,
etc., upon pel mission by tho Hoard of
Health, came up lor third reading.
Smith vvnnted to know why con
sumption, nsthma and other diseases
were Included In the bill.
Coelho said It wns because these dis
cuses vvcio considered Incurable.
Smith said they were nut.
IIISIIOP FIOIITS IT.
lllshop said there was danger In
passing such a law. If tliu Washing
ton health authorities round that tliu
Territory was passing such laws, which
wero u discredit to the Territory, so
that tiny miserable, perjured wretch
llku Wnllnch could treat lepers, tliu
Federal government would probably
take over the control of the settlcmenL
This would menu that the element ot
s)mpnthy In Its management would bo
withdrawn. Ho hoped I bo bill would
Coelho supported n motion by Smith
lo defer net Ion, atid It carried.
MYNAIIS FIND A PIHI3ND.
Sennto IIIH 87, tliu bird protection
bill, uunu up for second reading. Dow
ictl did not wuut tho no null excluded
fiom the oneiutliiu or tliu bill us these
blub, did valuable work us destrojera
t.f caterpillars, which did Immense,
Hewitt said that tho myiinhs kilted
oft lock pigeons nud quail. Dow sett's
motion was lust, and the hill passed
ClilllliiRwoith moved to Indefinitely
postpone House Hill 47, which created
tome more ofllcial holidays. Carried.
IIUNTINH LICI3NSI3 DILI
ilour.e Dili 139, providing tor a U
license for hunting with firearms,
pussed third reading. Chlllingwortli
wanted to make It J2.', but found no
House Hill 192, providing ror tho
furnishing or Information relattvo to
tho possession or flreaims, passed. third
Senato 111,11 10.",, repealing tho act
providing for witness fees lu criminal
tuscs, wus referred tcS' the Judiciary
Committee, although Makekau fought
ttreiiiiously to have It pass second
Smith Introduced n bill relating to
court costs. Pasted first reading.
THUST DILL DI3A1).
Senate Dill 79, iclnttng to trusts,
camu up for second leading. Chllllng
w in tli moved to defer ror u week. Dovv
i,elt moved to Indefinitely jwstiionc.
Smith suppoited this motion. Tho
Slicimmi trust net covered the sub
ject. Huyselden moved to take tho
bill. This canlcd.
The iloitsu notified the Senate Hint
It hud fulled to concur lu its amend
ments to House Dill 187, tho license
bill. Dovvsett, Hewitt mid IIn)selden
were appointed as u conference com
vulttee. A recess was taken until 2 p. m.
(Continued from page 11
hau, Kauai. Those whose aim it to
send a young girl to tho Pacific Coast
who will be a credit to the Paradise
of the Pacific will vote for thli talent
ed and refined young lady of the Oar
Miss Lillian graduated with honors
at Kamehameha and alto patted with
due credit at the Normal School. She
Is an accomplished pianist and all
around musician, tings with an unsur
passed voice, and It capable of holding
her own as a conversationalist. If
elected the will be handy for her com
panlont at typewriting and stenogra
phy, in dotting down tho Interetting
events of their travel.
Having come from noble parents,
the will be found a patt mistress at
Above all, the very fact that thla
young lady It a diroct detcendant of
Kaumualll the last King of Kauai, it
deserving of recognition. It It need
less to mention her amiable disposi
tion and beauty, at the possesses all
of these qualities of perfection. She
Inherit the noble character of Ka
umuillls from her mother'i tide, the
Instinct, intellect and energy of the
Anglo Saxon from her father't tide.
Send repretentatlvet of hloh nt.nrilnn
that Hawaii may always be pleasant
in me mejnory of whoever they may
meet abroad. Vote for and tend Mitt
Lillian Kamehaokalanl Mundon at one
of the Six.
Wahlawa, Kauai, April 12, '07.
The Houso last week spont $504.75
out of tho Federal appropilatlon, bring
ing tlio total spent out of this fund bv
tho Houso up to $8009.32 to April 13.
Out of tho Tunltorlal appropriation
$384 95 was spoilt last week, making,
tho total out of that fund $10,273.74.
Tho total uxpendltnres by tho Houso
ilutiug tlio session lutvo been $18,943'
Saturday, April 13.
Jau. S. a. Kasado Maru. Fllmer, from
Callno, 6:30 p. in, (put In for coal and
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, scarie, troiu
Oahu ports, nt 7:30 p. m.
Sunday, April Jt4.
T. K. K, S. S. America Mum, doing,
from the Orient. 7 n. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai porta, 3:57 a. in.
Stmr. Ivvnlani, Plltz, from Molaksl
nnd Maul ports, S n. in.
Stmr. Nllhau, Townsend, from Maka
well, 10:43 n. m.
Am. bktn. Irnignrd, Schmidt, 21 dnjs
I nun (Irn)'s Harbor, 9:30 a. m.
Saturday, April 13.
H. S. Ncvadan, (Ireeiie, for Kahiilul,
G p. III.
Sunday, April 14.
U. S. A. T Sherman, llrugulcrru, tor
.Manila, e n. in.
T. K. K. S. S. America Mam, doing,
ror San l'riinrlsco, C p. in.
Ilr. S. 8. Scottish Monarch, Dower,
Ironi Newcastle, may arrive.
: PAS8ENQER8 tf
Per S. S. America Maru, from the
Orient, April 14. Mr. and Mrs. II. M.
Alklns und servant, Capt. C. Arnold,
U. S. N.; M. A, Drown, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A I). Collins, Mr. and Mrs. 11. U Cooke.
Dr T. lchloka. Capt. It. Itigcrsoll, U.
S. N.; Hev. C. 13. Keurns, wife and In
fant; F. I Kcllcr,Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Kepncr, Paul Lauder, II. Luziirlugii,
Capt. T. Mcl-can, U. S. N.; Win. .Mar
tin, Dr. K. Matsusalcl, C. MI)amoto,
T. Murntu, MuJ II. P. Ncvlll, Mrs. A.
P. Preston, Master II. Preston, 3. Shi
bata. Y. Bhlmuda, J. S(eda, W. A.
Sutherland, wire und Inrnnt; M. Tu
kagl ami 2 servants, S. Tukedu, lllshop
i. it. Tiioiiiim. w. C. Welburn. Hay
13. Wilcox, Miss A. 13. Williams, T.'
Per stmt W (I. Hall, from Knual
ports, April 14. II. J. Johnson, T. A.
O'UiIeu, Miss Ik-menway, Dr. Ilemen-
way aim wile. II. w. Snow. C. P. I.e.
ong, J. Huckctt, Father Ammcran, Miss
J. liecneit, .Miss A. Thronas, O. N. Wil
cox, A. S. Wilcox uud wife, Chas. De
ment, C. W. Suite, Hev. M. Tsugl, Mas
ter S. Klnodn, Master M. Slilmamiirn,
.urn. ii. u. uiarK. .Miss Donaldson, J.
II. Morngne, ami 3.1 deck.
Per stmr. Kii Au Hon. from Anaboln.
April 13. Georgu Klugcl. s
rer s. H. liuuudo Mum. from Cnllnn.
April 13. Mr. Jose.
Per stmr. Klnau, Freeman, ror lillo
and Hawaii ports. April 12, 12 in.
MIbs Mabel Wood, J. Kejllkanahaolt.',
Mrs. H. P. Koohl. A. W. llottomley, II.
II. (Jchr. H. H. Ilr) nut. A. Mason. ,T.
O. Thrum and wire, II. W. M. AMst.
Mrs. If. a. Alexander, W. T. UaldvUn
and wire, Hev. Wadmuii, Hev. Kong
Yin Set. Dr. Pa) lie. O. W. Hoso, J H.
Scott, Mr. Dler, O. Sullivan, D. M.
Per stmr. Manna l.on, Slmcrson, ror
Maul und Hawaii iinriK Arii te ii ...
Col. Sam Norrls, W. J. Lllllc, .Mrs.
N. J. WIIHlllllIt (T? 1 (-nli.tn.tl.,.. 1
Magoon and wire. F. A. Mansfield, Mrs!
a. i.. Hcanoicnioie, J. n. Paris, A. Ha-
neberg, Miss S. Pedro, .Miss Ileinenwuy.
Per stmr. Iwalanl, Plltz, for Maul
and Mololcnl portB, Apiil 10, 0 p. in.
i. mil. .iicucii, .Mrs. ii. u. Hitch
cock w. A. Hijant, C. Conrad, Capu
Per W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
hntial ports, April 10, 5 p. in. Chus.
i tt i
K PABaENortm -w
1 Departing a
Per stmr. America Maru, Going, for
the Orient, April 15. J. W. McCrath.
ON BOARD OHIO
On the seepniLclay out from Hono
lulu there wereiliscuvered flvo stow
tnvnjs, tvfo women am), three men, says
Ihu Los Angeles Times lu Its story on
tho Ohio's return trip. Tliu meii wero
jet to work und the women clulmed to
have friends nt San Pedro who would
Tho Iis Angeles Chnmber of Com
merce excursion was the largest ono
ever visiting the Hawaiian Islunds, us
.veil as constituting tho lirst regulur
passenger Bteaiuer cargo to steam out
of Sail Pedro harbor ror that distlna
lion. Teacher riils Is a very memorable
day. children. It s the blrthduv of
Luther and Schiller.
Ella Wern they twins, then?
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring iuitT
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings fer you to
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to so.
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Abana & Co.,
62 King St . ,
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box BBt,