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nVENINO RUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T II SATURDAY. APRIL 20. 1907.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
grots sales, dome try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will (rive you a
greater profit this ytar on 'ft
the same amount oi busi
ness ns you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both vour dross sales nnd
percentage of profit. CnllU-j
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Lelil Chapter No. 2 Regular
Hnwallan Third Degree
-. -. Ml 1-VM.i
Oceanic third Degree
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degtec
Alt lsllliu; members r the
order nro cordially Invited to ut
trml niiutlngs (if local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening ut
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hull. Tort street.
R. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON. N. (3.
All visiting biothers ver) iurdlall
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall. cor.
Kort nnd llcrotntiln. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
a. h. weiiiier. c. c.
K. WALDHON, K. It. S.
OAMU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every I'llday evening at
It. ot P. JIall, cor. Tort and llerc
tanla, at 7; 30. Members of Mystic
Lodgo No. 2. Win. MclClnley Lodge
No. S, anil vlsltlnc brothors cordial
II. COSLINO. C. C.
a. s. kenway, k. il a.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. fill'., II. P. O.
E., will meet In their hull on Kins
near Kort street every Prlduy evenlug
Hy order of the K. It.
HAltllY II. SIMPSON,
V. E. KICIIAHDSON. 12 II.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8. K.ol P.
Meets every Saturday ovcnliiR at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ileretanla. VIsltlnR hroth
era coidlally fnvlted to attend.
L. II. WOLF1, C. C.
n. a. JAConsoN, ic. n. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 10, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NKSDAY ovenluKS or each month nt
i 7:30 o'clock In K. or P. Hall, KIhk Ht
VIsltliiR Kaclcs nio Invltcil to at
tend. h. IJ. TOOMHY, Pi evident.
It. T. MOOIti:, V. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Moots overy (list nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt KnlKhls ot
Pjthlnn Hull. VIhIIIiik brothers cor
dially Invite 1 to attend.
I J. V. TODD, Sachem,
A. K. MUUPIIY,
C of It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Mcots every second nnd-fJiirth Wed
ictday ol each month nt San An.onlo
Mall. Visiting brothers cordially tu
cited to attend
I- V. WEnn, Pros.
H. V. TODD, Secy.
Wing Wo Tai & Go.
941 NUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
play any sheet of music or by ear.
OUAUANTI3KD, 12 lessons for ?lf.
SAM CIOI.IWNO, Mandolin Kxiioit,
No. JS Hotel St.
Ulank hooks of nit noils, IoiIrcis,'
etc., manufactured hy thu llulletiii
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in bond tinder super
vision of the U. S. GOVERN
MENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Insist that your
dealer supjihei it or call "p
King jnJ B.thcl Sts.
GROUND and ROASTED
fresh every day, 25c a lb. The
berries are carefully selected
nnd then kept in stcrage for
several years. This accounts
for the rare and delicious fla
vor of our '"OLD KONA."
HENRY MAY & CO, Ltd,
A Cheery Place
To Live In
Inviting to everyone is a
well-painted house. Somehow
the exterior beauty reflects in
Made of linseed oil, white
lend and zinc.
PURE PREPARED PAINT
177 S. KING ST,
Pictuies taken with these
cameras have a beauty and
breadth not attainable with
the oidinary camera. Delight
ful effects arc given in verti
cal pictures of waterfalls, etc.,
ns well as in horizontal pic
We carry the
Al Vista and the
which takes a complete circle.
m FORT ST.
Kg " everything Photographic "
A SOURCE OF
THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Buildinp;,
jyrfi" Fine Job Printing at the Pul
LOCAL ANl) GENERAL
The next announcement of results
in the Bulletin Pacific States Tour
Contest will be published on Friday,
Panama tints cleaned nt the Olobe.
Heat cup of coffee In Ibe city. New
Enrlnud Hakory '
A inii'tlnrc of tin- Honolulu Purl:!
t'niiimlssloucis was held istcidny .iT
U i noon.
('(Ilfonil.i mules for Mile. Apply
oi iIiir tip Union 1-Ved Co. stnbles;
The (Vnlinl Impiovement Club N
holding n meellliB nt the Piomotloli
t'ommlttio rooms to dln'iiss Hltlcw nlkn.
Two Plwuotith Hock, two Minolta
and two half Mlnoica hair game 1 ous
ters fin Hale. See ilussllled ud.
I'lirnlMicil rooms that nit- cciinfnrt
nbli' mid iooI, with all modern llii
mov.'iiicnts. The Miilettic, lorner
!'nrl ami lletetanla streets.
Willi iii'y k Marsh are the iole agent
lor the "Itedrern" nnd "Wnuier'ii" runt
pioof inmt. 'I hey c-nrr) these III all
.ivies ami jirlcn. Uvory pair guar-
'I he I'K a lodge of Hills will hold a
Mielnl hesxlon thlH ivcnliigut their new
Linn moms. A complete proximo mis
Th en piep.irul nnd nil should enjoy a
pleasant cviiilng. Visiting brothers
.ire requested lo ntleml.
The Sin Iih nil. should Interest shop
pcis for tile ioiiiIiir week. Ilnuse-
hold necessities iiiu ccnuomlcnll) pric
ed, new rendy-to-wear garments and
other Items of Interest mo lealmcd
The following freight nillved oil the
Klimu- "i pes nwn, 21 empt Letts, 1
pleie Koa wood, I pieces ohhi wooil,
til lords wood, 7 elates thickens. Hi
liarrelB coffee, 47 barrels cinpt) bot
tle, 20 hogs, 1 horse, :s:i packages sun-
AND HIS CAUSE
V!.rnc CiiKinl Peleis this nioin
Iiik HiinttK n smpilht' on uiiini raKIr
Wnll.ich and his ntlorne rieinniiiuH.
And .IiiiIki He Holt was ns Hindi sar
in lsed as aiijbodj else.
Wnllin.li was lo nppenr for hentenre
Oils mornlUK. but the motion or bl
.iih. nicy, Clemmons, lor u new trial
was lo lie urcueil llrst. Peters strolled
over to the (mill, ami when Cli'iumoiiu
mil pieseiit(.d hln ni-Killiii'iit for n new
il Ml, Peters looii the uroiiud that then'
was no mw iil.il lomlm; to Wiillach
und that he ami his attoiue had lor
lelled their right to uhK Tor one. They
had nsKed for an inicst or l.eiiteuie,
nnd thlii, nlthoiiKh il had been illjal
lownl, iiLtid as u waiver tu right to a
The jiiilKe said It was evident that
.Mr Clemuioiis had bten tnken by sur
prise und was not picpatid to argue
on the subject, so hu would lontlniie
the i:no to .Monday to allow him to Hie
whnl he could do to Knock out Peters'
i-iii.leiitloii. Hut the Altoiuei (lenuul
mi-n't u bit bolheied. lie hud a nifl
or iiiithoillles to hail, up his position
and was npiLiieutl) itmlldeiil that no
new ulul iiiiild be cmulcd iiiidir the
law, und that Ywillucli must he u'li
dm emu" Caiter today notified the
U'Klidatuii' 1 1 hi I he had Hluued the lol
House IIIU No. a.'. Act 78, "All AH
lo pun Ide ror thu votliiR of u person
who has failed In n'Rlster as a votir.
House I SSI 1 No. 70, "All Act to amend
Seitlon I or Act 111 of the Session Uivvs
of ItiO.", relation lo Hut lt.mi.im e or eer-
IHlcatiM or Hawaiian hlith."
House- lllll No. 102, Act SO, "All Ait
I'elatliiR to Jililcs, iiuieudlliR Sections
177a, 17S0, 1782 and 17SJ.I, of the Re
vised livvu ni amended by Ail 71 or
the laws or 1!M)5."
Home 1111, No. 13S, Ait SI, "An Ait
to estahllih the Hawaiian l.liuaty ami
lo provide Tin Hu cine nnd mauui;e
llouso lllll No. inc. Act S2, "All Ait
nmcndlliR ehapler 17l or thu llevlsed
lawn of Hawaii, lel.ilhiR to colonels
impiests by iiddliiR tlienlo a now m-c-Itou,
to lie known us Section 2 I5ii."
House Ittll No. l!i, Alt 811, "All Act
l iimeiid Hielions 1SIII am) ISO", or thu
IlevUed livva of Hiivvall, relatliiR lo
juilKments, eietitous und new trials.
Home lllll No. 100, Alt 81. "All Alt
lo Iimeiid Sections 20.10 and 2010 or the
lievbcil Laws or Hawaii, lelallm: to
iiiiiIIcIoiih lllll IllllR." i
Hoiibo lllll No. 19.', Act S3, "An Act
lo I en I io llin diinlshliiR or Inronna-
nun ii-KiiidliiR the possehslon nnd own-
eismp or tun mm), ami iiiiiuiunltlou
within the Tenltoiy or Hawaii."
Semite lllll No. CI, Act 8, "All AH
lo cncoiir.-iKo tho lonstiuitlon or de
volopnient or lallio.uU In the Ten Hon
Senate lllll No. 100, Ait 87, "All Ait
amemllUR bcetlon 1727 or the Revised
Uwa or Hawaii relatliiR to ilvll pin
ccilnio" These laiva will be piihllshcd In Mon
day's llul Ifl In.
Evening Bulletin 75e per month.
Why not come out, then, in
stylish Bprlnp; suit I
We have a remarkably flue assort-
mnnr rt tnfinn citjiufwa fno .n
"."-"" v'. "' b u"B '" jiuu uj
n TL?SLm M WC 1" r 'ee am-ovc d by thd Tenltoiial olll
our reputation, you are sure to se , i.llB ,i,,'1,1.c,i i.v ittW with the Rcneml
cure correct styles and a Rood lit.
W. W. Aiiana & Co.,
82 King 8t.
PHONE DLUE 2741. P. O. Bote C3I
has always been one of our chief
aims. lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, is
not our nolifv. The cut in quality is
alwnys greater than the cut in price,
nnd the spectaolc wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisiacuon ior you
in high quality of our goods.
A, N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, PORT STREET
Over May & Co.
Thorough Workmanship and
Highest Standard Quality
The above factors are eharaetrltlc of my bmlneii efforts and
have proved most satisfactory.
.JL1JII -Ml! 'imp
SERIAL NUMBER SIXTY ONE NINETY
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PURE FOOD AND
DRUG LAW WE FILED OUR APPLICATION WITH
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND HAVE
RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING REPLY:
. .DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY,
WASHINGTON, MARCH a, 1907.
BENSON, SMITH AND CO., LTD.,
HONOLULU, T. H.
GENTLEMEN: I BEG TO ACKNOWLEDGE RE
CEIPT OF YOUR GUARANTY MADE OUT AND PROP
ERLY ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE A NOTARY, AND TO
STATE THAT IT HAS BEEN REGULARLY FILED UN
DER SERIAL NUMBER G190.
(Signed) JAS. WILSON,
BOARD OF HEALTH
(Continued from Pane 1)
Of thu known iuallllc.illoiis or Mr.
WulUih to trc.it pcisons ufflliti'il
with the dlseasi) commonly known iu
Chliiesu lepiosy, thla Hoard is not uu
bed ruither than li is advertli.c-- passed nurd leauiiiR niier ihiviiik v--"
-":'r "ho'aie1 .sxrjataTC
him to possess a cure Tor tho dlsu.se, hml miniml 1(,(ii(ift
but by what nlcans, tunRlblu or lutim-i juw n 170, relatliiR to the ex-t-lhle,
such euro can ho effeitcil hu re-H.Ilciitiiiu or public mones. lame up
run's lo iIIviiIro, On thu other hand, 'ior m-ioiuI leadliiR. The cluiisu pio
l.uhiiu publicly shown hlinseir to pos--ldl.u that department heads lulRht
I,. .II.1KIH1M. or Heat disease, lid ",, ,.,,.,. ,)t,t , necessity,
bo nbwiliilely unworthy or 'onlldeiiie.c;lllll.(1 ,,.,, ll(.,at,..
Under thesu clriuiiistanees wu do 1N CASE OI'" CALAMITY,
not think ho la 11 ill and proper per-1 Smith said soino leeway nilRht ho
to tlliut Willi tho tri'.itniciil or
disease. lenrosy or othervvlse, or.
viinU or Ibis Tenltoiy, nnd we hi-
eiet lo su Ihat the leiiuest milsl urn
hi iiii'iitl) he lefuteil.
Tin: hoard or iip.ai.tii.
Hy 1,. H. PINKIIAM.
The Sunnto Illed both Icttcis,
(Continued from Page 1)
lllll 207, the lintllu bill, passed thlld
A mosbURu was reiclved from the
Covrrnor vetoliiR Senntu lllll 70, which
piovlde.i Hint no one enu eM.ivale or
cut mi) Rnvoiuiiienl load without ob
lalnluc. the js'i mission or the llo.ud ot
Siipeivlbius. Tho veto iucss.iku bald In
"In.ismucli us tho hlKhwajs aio
aloivned by thu rederal (lovernnieiit,
Jnd onl their malutennncu and 10
p.ilr jilaccd under the counties, It seems
unnccissary to 31V0 count)
, , - . . . . ....... , v
imp and oveislKlit of lilchvvayu. Al
thoiish tho counties 1 until piopeily lit
Iven the power contemplated by this
lllll, yet III fibril uveal ll oiikhi 10 no
taken uvvav rrom thu Teiiltoil.il olll
iluls. whh h this lllll does not do. Nor
docs It njipenr to propel ly safoBUaid
The ingclus Is the
Best Piano Player Made
These arc the exact words
of many of the world's greet
Anyone can play The Ange
lus and everyone enjoys it.
Hawaiian News Co., ltd.
25 new subjects. "Kimijo, the
Dancer," the Volcano, and oth
ers. Hart's Kauai scenes, Tapa
Clotlis, Brasses and Pottery,
Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co.,
Alexander Young Bnilding.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
1064 Fort St.
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
1 1 - I I II
thu ilRhts anil conveniences of resi
dents nnd iltlzcns. This lllll Is certain
to ribiilt In confusloii and contlkt uf
On motion by Umu action was de
ferred until Monday.
C1ETS 11AREHA1.I. IN.
Honso lllll 214, thu show llcciifco mil,
""'.. .. . .1 ....
uiiomcu, 111 ruse, ior iiinuiiiii-, u !.-
'"": " '" ".'""" "'""...'."....
Hewitt siiRRi'sted Ihat In such uisu tho
tlovernor could mil a sneelal session
or the LcrIsUIuic. Coellio wild that
In mnl i.r 1, i il.-mie IIoiio III 111 mil: II lie
Qiiai antiuetl um tficn thu oulsldu mem-
ners could not mi In.
Dowtett siild he would not bo a party
to 11 bill which riivu Hitch a leuwu).
Should tho hccllou jiass, u public ca
lamity was likely to occur next month.
The .overnor could call an extra ses
sion, and It Honolulu was quarantined
ll could be held clsewheie. Smith uu
swcied that then thu Honolulu mem
bers 1011I1I not attend.
RAISED DAM SPECTRE.
Kiihiuiu pointed out thai should tho
ieclloii pats the Niiuanii d.im and sim
ilar winks nilRht be jiald'foi' as public
ntlamlllcs. He moved to leiommlt tho
Smith moved to amend hy strlkliiR
out the word "necessity " This was
adopted, mid the bill passed bemud
House Hill 202, ctahllhltiK thu
lights or hotel keepers In lespect tu
the propel ty or their guiEts, pasted
Huiibu lllll l'JS, the ImmlRratlou bill,
was lefencd to the, Mlsii'lluiieous Com
mittee. Houso Rill 210, reorgunlzliiR thu
lloaid of ARiicultiiro, was tereired to
the I-1111N Commlttcu.
Housfl lllll 222, icRiilatliiR trust coin
I'iiiiIcj, was icreried to thu Ways and
May Recover Property
Sold In Defiance
James V. Pratt, Lund Commission
er, onco Tax Assersor, hud no busi
ness to seTt the piopelty of C. II. Mnl
It- on July n, 1UU4, according to u
decision handed down this mornliiR
by the Supremo Court. He sold the
property under execution In defiance
ot uti order or the court restrnlnllii;
him from doliiR so, the purchaser bo
lus Vun tilcM'ti, then Sheriff's ollke
Tho case was tried before .IikIro
Du Holt some time iiro, who rendered
a decree In favor or Piatt und dis
missed the bill. The plaintiff, Mnlle,
nppcalcd, his grounds being that the
property was sold for n grossly innilc
qwitj price. This view the Court nt
so holds, nnd It decrees that "tho con
rciiucnco of maMng thu sale In ilefl
iincu of the order nnd obtalnliiR Rross
ty Inadciiunte prices Is that tho sata
must lie set nslde nnd n reconveyance
ordered liioif.tho plaintiff within live
days, paving Into court a bum equiva
lent to tho unsatisfied balance of the
jiidRiuent nnd tho pin chase money
with Interest nnd costs of court, upon
wlilrh payment the decree nppealed
friim will he reversed; otherwise It
will stand affirmed.
BILL JON POUNDS
Governor Carter today sent to the
l.cRhlntiiro his veto or the pound bill
In part as follows:
Herewith I return Senato Dili No.
10. entitled "An Act relatliiR to
lounils," which I (tin unable to ap
prove. If this hill becomes law, the result
wilt bo Hint thu Superintendent or
Public Works must continue to ap
point poundmnstcis nnd perform the
other duties imposed upon him by
Chapter .10 of the Itevised Laws,
while the Supervisors of each County
must also nppolnt nnd superintend nn
other set or poiindmasters under this
hill. They may also vote salaries ror
poiindmnstcrs. Tho Superintendent
of Public Works must also publish
notice of the establishment or Coun
ty pounds, nnd tho County Supervi
sors likewise must alto publish notice
or tho establishment of Territorial
lounils. H County pounds nro estnb
Mulied In any district In which n Tcr
illortal pound exists, the Superinten
dent ot Public Works must still con
tinue the Territorial pound or clso
tllsrcRnid the duty placed upon him
hy law so to do. And two sets or
pounds nre unnecessary.
n mi Bin.
Since the !.CRlslnturc first convened
there have been 2117 bills Introduced In
thu House. Or theso the Governor
now bus In his hands 20. Ho has ve
toed 0, two or the vetoes lieliiR over
ridden, and has slRiicd -II. rifty-lvvo
hills that have been sent to the Sen
ntu have never emerged, but most of
them have been tallied or indellnltely
poitponcd. Vurlous Houso committees
have 20 or the hills, the cleili bus It!
und 79 'have been tabled.
Rawlins and Sheldon still remain
thu tlar Introducers of hills. Rawlins
lends with 28 hcarliiR hlu name on
their hacks, but Shildou Is u close sec
ond with 20.
The Judiciary Committee of tho
House has blnco the bcRluliiR of the
session lepoiled on 123 hills, petitions,
lesoliilltms nnd 1 epulis.
Thu Homo Rule concert will talio
plain In Kuhlllaulanl hall on April 20.
Piiiber lleckley report the followluK
siiRiir on Hawaii: Olua, 29,000: Wnlu
kea 18.000; Hawaii Mill. 0300; Wul
liukil, 12,000; Oi'ouica, 7000; Pepiekeo,
1000; Huiiomu, 9130; Iluknlaii, 13,000;
I.aup.ihoi'hoe, 17,0uu; Ookala, SOilO;
Kiiknlaii, 11,000; llaniakiiu, 22,300;
Puuuhaii, 21.000; Honolulu, 10,000; Ku-
Kulhuele, 9000; Punnluii, 0903; II01111
a""For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office,
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
House Hill 225, appointing territorial
lineal ugents, was rcfeued to the Ju
House Hill Sit, relatliiR to tho rcg-
tstiar ot public accounts, passed bee
House Joint Resolution 1, provlilluR
lor tnu appointment of a hoard ot cor
poration commissioners, was lefeneit
to tho Judicial-) Committee.
Senate Hills lit, 112 and 113, all ta
inting to ackuovvleilRiucuts, paused sec
Senate Hill II I, nutlioilzliiK the SU0.
000 bond Issue by the County of Maul,
and House lllll 202, relating to the
holding ot ical estate and coiporntu
stock by bnnkliiR corporations, passed
House lllll 203, protecting the public
on tho streets rrom anlmuls, wus tak
en ft inn tlie tahlu on motion by Knud
sen and passed second rending with a
An iidjoiiruniint was tuken until
Saturday, April 20.
Stmr. Ukelllic, Naopala, rrom Ho
nokan, with 6500 hags of sugar, 4.25
Stmr, Maul, Dennett, Irom Kawnlhao
with 1 1.C00 bugs or sugar, 7:4r, a. in.
Stmi. Klnnii, from llllo ami uiiwau
ports, U:Pi n. in.
Stmr. Nllhuii, Ainesi', irom nnuui,
8 n. tu.
Friday, April 19.
A.-H. S. S. Nevadan, (Ireene, ror S.HI
I-'i imclsco, rrom railway vvharr, with
mall and passengers, 0:15 p. in.
Stmr. Clnudlne, Parker, ror Hawaii
and .Maul ports, G:l.r p. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson', ror
Kniinl iorts, at C;23 p. in.
Am. bk. Poohny Suey, Wlllett, for
Klecle, nt 3 p. in.
Stmr. ltelene, Nelson, for Mnlni
l.omi and Hamakua; 4 p. m.
M Arrived J1
Per S. S. Klnnii, from llllo nnd way
polls. April 20. CV C. Kennedy, John
Wntt, C. Walters. James (llbb, Mrs. J.
Vogel, Miss O. Kwen, Walter Ilurke,
Mrs. 1". P. Unfile, II. W. Setonknrr,
Miss M. O. Wallace, .Mrs. J. II. Mo
niRiie and Infant, Miss .1. .MnrnRtie, .1.
II. MoniRiio Miss Kllluer, Mis. I.. Ke
kiiniauo, .Mrs. S. I.. Dolia, II. U Shaw,
T. Oerard, Mrs. N. K. Lyman, A. O.
Curtis, Mrs. .1. W. fllrvln, .Miss I, fllr
vln, T. Miii7les. l- M. Todd, Mrs. K.
M. Todd. Miss I). Todd. Clint. W. C.
Ilriihn, Joseph HJppliiR. Mrs. II. I
Shaw, AUR. S. Costa, Miss Rita Kawal
hue. Mrs. J. W. Plckard, (leo. I-ycur-
Bus, Dr. Chas, A. rayne, l). YoncKiim,
.M. R. Kreltus, .1. 1-ernaiidcA C. J.
SchoenliiR. II. T. Walker, Jos. K.
Wisids, Miss M. M. Wight. John K.
Vlsher. Master fl. (llbb, A. I- (Ircen-
vvell, J, JorKcnsen, V. Simpson, U A.
Thurston, Mrs. I A. Thurston, Mrs.
Kdwnrds, Mis H. Ulckurd, Ah CIioiir,
Mrs. Choy See. Ah Chee. Mrs. Ah Cheo
anil Infant, Miss Ah Tiiiir, Miss All
Tip, Rev. IC. Shibnt.1, Mr. Adachl. Wm.
Henry, C. II. Wells, Mrs. C. II. Wells,
II. A. Ualdwlii. J.is. Scott, J. II. Dyer,
I) II. Davis. W. S. Su, fl. Shlmnta,
Hans Amiiudseii, W. W. Hull, Mrs. A.
I.. Keolioktilole. T. Murakami, K. Sal
kusa. E. Kruse, Mrs. E. Kruse, Mrs.
W. W. Halt.
U PA88ENQER8 X
K Departing M
Per. S. 8.' Nevadan, for San Fran
cisco, April 19, 0:43 p. m. Mrs. Pfot
enhauer, 2 children and nurse, Miss
Koulie, A. N. Campbell, A. Sonncnbere,
W. T. Aiken, wire and 2 children, .Mrs.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii anil
Maul ports, Apt 11 19. Sophy Pepluu
i.lil, P. S. I.) man and wire, William
.Mossmun, Jr., O, O. Scour.
it Booked It
Per stmr. Ilelene, Nelson, Ior Ha
makua Coast. 11. It. Ilryant, John
Hlne, I.eo CIioiir.
IU 111 IUED
Will Be Used For Pump
At The McBryde
The Hawaiian Electric Co. Is pre
pailiiR to Install a huge 350 horso
povver motor ut the McIJrydo Sugar
plantation ror ubo In the munulna: of
dutor to n -tou-root elevation. Tho
new motor Is now- In" Honolulu und will
be Installed by Superintendent Harry
Htidbtm as soon us tho pump which
will be used in connection with it nr
livcs. It will lepluco the big steum
pump which has been bold to the Oahu
plantation mid should make, a consid
erable buvIiir to tho Mclirjde concern.
Tho motor Is or the Westlnghouse
typo hut will bo used In connection
wjth a rour-btugo lentrirugal pump of
EiiRllhh mauufnitiire. The entlro work
should be lompleted within thu next
f ,(i for m
The dlfreienco ot a few hours In Bend
ing u cable messugo cost the Miller
Salvage Co S1000 in the mutter of the
sale or tho tug Eleu the other day.
The tug wus bold to tho Matron Navi
gation Co. roi-J8000 and only a unit
tcr of threo or rour hours after thut a
cable offer or. $12,000 was renelved ror
tho boat Of. course the bargain had
been closed ahl il wus too lute to do
anything ubout it.
There Is a Areut scarcity or tugs in
Sun Kranclbco1 at present nnd ror this
teason tho Eleu could command a
higher price thtin she would ordinarily.
She wus piirchased.from MeCabe, Ham
ilton & Reiiney by Cadtaln Fred Mil
ler only nbout six months ugo tor
,0000. Capt. Miller turned her over to
tho Miller Salvage Co. when that or
ganization was Incorporated.
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Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day.
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