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KVENINO BULLETIN, UONOLTJLD, T. II.. MONDAY. APRIL 22, 1007
think tin only way to in-1
create profits ii to increase
grots sales. Some try to do
It by cutting down running
, expenses. I
We can show you a store
if system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of buii-i
nits as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Special.
All Isltlur members or tha
order are corillnlly Invited to at
ttml nivetliiKk of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets erery Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall. Fort street.
K. R. 1IENDKY, Secretary.
0. A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
All vUltlnt brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, N. 2, K. of P.
Meets tTery Tuesday venlng at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor,
rort and Beretania. Visiting broth
trs cordially Invited to attend.
A. 8. WKBDIR, C. C.
r. WALDItON, K. R. S.
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of P. Hall. cor. Fort and Bert
tanla, at 7:30. Member of Mystle
Lode No. :, Wm. McKlnley Lodge
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordial
R. OOSLINO, C. C.
A.8. KKNWAY, K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. 0. E
Hinolulu Lodge No. 616, II. P. 0.
.. will meet In their hall on King
near Kort etreet every Friday evening
Hy order of the E. It.
HARRY II. SIMPSON,
F. K.' RICHARDSON. K.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evenlne at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and neretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
L. H. WOLF, C. C.
E. A, JACOBSON, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. Kins St.
Vlsltlne Eagles are Invited ti. it-1
L. K. TOOMEY, Piesldcnt.
H. T. MOORE, V. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. Ft. M.,
Meets every first and third Thurs-'
days of each month at Knlchts of
Pythian Hall. Vlsltlne brothers cor
dially InvlteJ to attend.
E. V. TODD, Sachem,
A. E. MURPHY,
C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Uwti arary second and fourth Wed
awlay of each month at San Amonlo
Hall. Vlsltlne brothers cordially in
tried to attend.
r. W. WEHD, Prei.
B. V. TODD, Secy.
Wing Wo Tai & Go.
941 NUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
play any sheet of music or by ear,
GWAItANTEKD, 12 lessons for JIB.
SAM GOLDE.N'O, Mandolin Expel t,
No. 18 Hotel St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
te., manufactured by the Bulletin
wfi,ixmvcaa?i i mi iiiiim
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in bond under super
vision of the U. S. QOVMN
MENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call up
King and BzthclSts.
GROUND and ROASTED
fresh every day, 25c a lb. The
berries are carefully seleoted
and then kept in storage 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
lead and zinc.
PURE PREPARED PAINT
177 S. XINQ ST.
Pictures taken with these
cameras have a beauty and
breadth not attainable with
the ordinary camera. Delight
ful effects are given in verti
cal pictures of waterfalls, etc.,
as well as in horizontal pic
tures. Wc carry the
Al Vista and the
which takes a complete circle.
" Everything Photographic "
THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
CARRIES THE "AIR".
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellows' Bldg.
Fine Job Printing at the Pui
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The next announcement of results
in the Bulletin Pacific States Tour
Contest will be published on Friday,
Panama bats cleaned at tlm Globe.
tiest tup of coffee In tbo city. New
A rlnglo room, furnished, near the
bench end of enr line. Is wanted.
Rubber tires for cnrilngoa nml nut cm
ore sold by the Schiunan Carriage Co. I
Try Nirvana Ten. All grocers cell !
II. It In mild, bland ami delicious. Thoa
"H & Co., Wholesale Agents,
C. J. Day'a little ilnughter tccclved
a bad fracture of the aim by slipping
uii a polished floor at the I'uiiahoii Pre
paratory a few clajg ago.
i:. It. Hath, the well known plumber,
who underwent an operation for np
pendlcltli at the Quccn'B llospitnl, Ik
out attain, feeling "feeble but fit."
The Y M. C. A. will bold Its aillinal
election of olhrerH tonight. All active
mcmhci are entitled to u vote. Tho
xelKirt of the nominating committee
will be posted and those In favor of or
against receiving the report of the
committee will vole accordingly and
drop their ballot In the. box.
Cnpt. Roukc, of this city v. ill take
out the British ship loch (larve. He
wni appointed ns master by T. II.
Dnvlcs & Co., the local agents for
Lloyds, thin morning. It Ik doubtful
If Mate Clement will Bhtp on the lch
(larve on her ojage. She will leave
tor Vancouver, II. C. In two or three
John EMngcr, of the Hnwall & South
Son Curio Company, says that when
poor post cards arc sent out from Ho
nolulu a great powwow Is made. Hut
they keep quiet when souvenir enrds
are kept up to standard an regards art
and excellence of subject matter. His
curio stores mo lu receipt of a new
lot of souvenir cards that are model
promotion material for Ilawnll.
Miss Fannie Shmp uml her finer
Violet arrived from ther Orient by the
Siberia. They have been touring tho
world and nro on their way homo to
San Kiniiclsco after an absence of two
years. Tbo Misses Sharp am daugh
ters of Geo. Sharp, a noted lawyer of
the Pacific Coast, now deecased. The
young ladles will spend Mimo time lu
Honolulu visiting with their brother
llaymor, residing on College Hills.
The Slutes of the Union, without ex
ception, which have adopted prohib
itum laws either In whole or In part,
have either experienced u material ilc-
treaso In their population or bnvc fal
len very fur behind tho other States In
their growth. Nine hundred and six
towns, located In thirty-three different
Stutcs, six hundred and forty-four or
them under prohibition or local option
laws, nnd, or course, legally permit
ting no Honor to be sold In them, the
nvcrago tax rate on the $100 or valu
ation In 1902 wns S2.43 In the prohibi
tion towns, and jl.09 in tbo towns
where the Honor Is itermltted. Tho
overage theiefore wns 52 per cent high
er In tho prohibition than lu tbo lic
ensed towns. North American Re
view I,. (!. Hluckmnn of tho Illshop Mm
renin staff had n closo shave today In
I- collision with a Rapid Transit car
Illnckman and a Hawaiian wero riding
in a brnko towards town near tho fish,
market when u car came up behind
them. Tho brnko wns closo to tho
track, and tho motormnn boat his gong
lustily. This frlghtoned .tho borne,
which became so skittish 'that Black-
man could not get him to change his
Finally tho horso swerved closer to
tho track and tho car inn Into It, strik
ing tho shufl near tho horho's haunches
Doth shafts were broken, but with
great presence of mind Mnckmnn ro
cured his animal and prevented It
fiom runnltg away. Neither of the
occupants of tho brako nor tho horso
wero hurt, but tboso who saw tho acci
dent say that they had a miraculous
Eli HIY HERE
Tho Duke nnd DuchfsH of Manchest
er arrived this morning from tho Or
ient, whero they have been spending
the winter months on n yachting cmiso
nnd nro now on their way to England
on tho Siberia. They are spending tho
day in seeing the heutitlea of Honolulu
mid left tho s Ip shortly after hho
docked to tako an mitomobllo rldo and
visit tho pall and other special noted
Tho Diiko and Duchess were guests
of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. .McCarthy, of
1,03 Angeles, nt luncheon nt the Moann.
Tho McCnrthys lira also passengers on
tho Siberia ami uie well known In this
city, where they stayed fqr some six
weeks, when going through to the
Tho Duchess, who Is an American by
birth, was MIsh Helena Klmmermnii, of
Cincinnati, whom thu Duke married In
1900. Shu la an unusually handsumo
typo of American womanhood and Is
raid to be very pioiul over the fuct
that alio was bom under tho Stnrs and
The Duko Is u very sociable and
pleasant gentleman nnd was prima
favorite with tho officers and passen
gers on boanl tho Slbeila. There Is
nothing or tho snob In his makeup.
Ilo expressed himself us being very
much pleased to have a chance to sea
Honolulu oven for n short tlmo ami
wished that he was able, to stay longer.
has always been one of onr chief
aims. Lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, it
not onr polioy. The ent 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. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May ot no.
Thorough Workmanship and
Highest Standard Quality
The above factors are characteristic of my business efforts and
have proved most satisfactory.
SERIAL NUMBER SIXTY -ONE NINETY
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PURE FOOD AND
DRUQ 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 2, 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 BIXN REGULARLY FILED UN
DER SERIAL NUMBER f.190.
(Signed) JAS. WILSON,
Additional Cable New on Page 1.
COMING ON 30TH
Wnshliihlun, April 21. Tho Con
gressional Hawaiian party will sail
from San I'ram Isco in tho U. S. A.
tiunspoit llutord on April 30.
SWEDISH MINISTER ARRIVES
New York, April 21. M. Dclnger-
cantz, the new Minister from Sweden
to the United States, has arrived hcie.
BRITISH PEER DEAD
. l.oudon, April 21. Lord Hnllbiiiton
SNOW CAUSES BIG DAMAGE
El Paso, Tex., April 21. Tho dam
age from snow In this (section amounts
St. Petersburg. April 21. Hy the
sinking of n steamer in the Neva for-ty-ono
persons huve been diowned.
PRISON GOVERNOR MURDERED
Hostovondon, April 21. Tho vlco
governor of tho prison here bus been
MINERS' STRIKE ENDED
Oohineld, Nov., Apill 21. The strike
has been settled.
SPANISH ELECTIONS QUIET
Madrid, April 21. The election of
deputies Is quiet.
Washington, Apill 21. Tho National
Immtguitlon Commission will orgnnlia
The .ngelus Is the
Best Piano Player Made
These arc the exact words
of many of the world's great
Anyone can play The Auge
lus and everyone enjoys it.
Htwallan News Co., Ltd.
The Art Pottery of the
East. In exquisite shapes,
from 50c upwards. Brass
es, Mats, Fans and Tapas.
Hawaii & South Seas Cu
rio Co., Alexander Young
I Jl ! 11J J
J 064 Fort St
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
on Monday. The question nt Issue will
!u exhaustively studied.
E8CORT GENERAL KUROKI
Washington, April 2!. Lieutenant
(icnernl MncArthur ami staff will meet
(lenernl Kumkl nt Scuttle nnd escort
him to Jamestown,
STANFORD LEADS BERKELEY
San Frnnclsrii, April 21. At the In
tel colleglnto Field Day Ilcrkeley made
u score of K7 and Stanford GS.
A grand row is on among the Hono
lulu poets. They aro accusing uml ex
cusing each other over the authorship
of tho Hnlnler thymes.
The Legislature was today notified
that tho aovcriior had signed tho fol
Hausa 1)111 No. 40, an Act authoriz
ing ralli)U(l companies to operate their
railroads by motive power other thau
House 1)111 48, relating to negotiable)
Houso 1)111 20S, relating to licenses.
Senate 1)111 70, making additional np
propilutloiiB for tho uso of the Depart
ment of Public Works ami tha Ilurcuu
of Agrlcultuio uml Forestry.
Senato 1)111 09, piovlding a seal for
tho Attorney General.
Why not come out, then, in a
stylith 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 are sure, to se
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box SSI
hill IAND MI
Action On Four Vetoes
By Governor Is
r,2d Day Forenoon Session.
A number of vetoes came up In the
Senate for action today, but wero de
ferred for arlolls reasons. One of
these, on the Wnllukil electric fran
chise bill, is raid lo have been very
dear to the heart of Senutor lla) Hol
dout. John Hughes' favorite measure, the
laud net, was killed without; compunc
tion. As a substitute a resolution was
passed which passes the revision of
tho land laws up to a commission.
PASS FIltST HEAD1NO.
House Hill 7t, the local option law;
House Hill 19, lev) lug wharfage toll on
Iralght entering the Territory, passed
fir ft rending. Tho tame was done with
tbo Houso Hill providing for the relict
ot Win. M. Muhukn; House DIM 23,
i elating to tho appointment ot agents
to tako acknowledgments; nnd House
Hill 232, providing for n right of way
lor Hoard ot Health ambulances.
The Miscellaneous committee re
turned Senate Petition 41, asking for
a change in the tax on automobiles,
recommending that It bo tabled,
Tho Lands Committee reported on
Hoitto Hill 220, which provides a pen
alty for tho Infraction, of tha regula
tions or tho Hoard or Agriculture, rec
ommending Its passage;
Thu Wnys uml Means Committee re
ported on House Hill 222, relating to
Irust companies, recommending that It
AOAINST PENSION DIM
Dowsctt filed his minority report ns
n member ot tha WaH nnd Means
Committee on the tetichers' pension
bill, recommending that It bo tabled.
Smith reported for tho Judiciary
Committee, on Houso 1)111 225, author
izing the appointment of fiscal agents
by tho treasurer, recommending Its
Huyseldcn filed a minority report on
Houso Hill CC, stating that It tended to
Improve thu- land laws, nml recom
mended that It Iip referred to the Lands
DAM IIEI'OIIT SOON HEADY.
Chllllngworth reported for tho Nun
unu Dam Committee that Expert
Schuyler would rciiort today.
Coelbo Introduced u bill relating to
pounds, which passed nrst reading by
Senate Hill HI, relating to acknowl
edgments, was tabled as It wns Ident
ical with a House 1)111. Tho same wan
done with Senate Hill 112, rclntlng to
tha npK)lntment of fiscal agents to
tnko acknowledgments, for tho sumo
icason. Senato Hill 113, rclntlng to
tees Tor the taking of uckuuwledg
monls. passed third rending.
Senate Hill 114, authorizing the
$110,000 bond Issue by tho County ot
Alum, came, up for thlul reading.
WANT LOAN HEDUCED.
Coelho iccommendcd that the pro
vision of tho bill to tho effect that
$30,000 of .the money to ho borrowed
rhoiild bo spent on thu road from Nil-
hlku to Kuiliia, bo cut out, icdiiclng
tho total to iso.000. Ho mudo Ills mo
Hon, ha said, nt the request or the
Maul delegation uml after consultation
with taxpayers on Maul.
Ijiiio moved to defer tho mutter tin
Houso Hill 1,9. regulating tho ex
penditure ot public, moneys; Houso
Lllll 202, relating to the holding of
corporuto stock and real estate by
bunking corporations; Houso 1)111 203,
establishing mo rights ot hotel keep
ers In respect to tho baggago of their
guests; passed third reading.
ACTION ON VETOES LATER.
The Governor's eto ot the Maui
electric franchise bill was read. Hay
selden moved to pass tho bill over the
veto. Chllllngworth moved to defor
aitlou until 2 p. m. This can led.
A veto ot tho bill relating to hunting
with flienims, wus read, but on mo
tion by Kaluma action wns deferred
until Wddnesduy at 2 p. m.
House 1)111 20.1, protecting tho public
on the streets from strny nnlmals, and
Houso Hill 22C, relating to the Regis
Our of Accounts, passed third read
ing. IIII.I, SUICIDED.
Senato 1)111 lus, rclntlng to liquid
explosives, was tabled on motion by
Chllllngworth, Its Introducer. He stat
ed that It would be of no uso to puss
the bill ns It would bo vetoed by the
LAND HILL KILLED.
House Hill ICG, Hughes' lund bill,
was killed on second reading, the ma
jority report of tha Lauds Committee
recommending that It bo tabled, being
udopted by the following vote:
Ajcs Drown, Huyseldcn. Woods.
Dowsctt, aaudull, Kliudsen, Kalamii,
.iuvd v.i4i,Knuiwi, vuviiiu, Jivx -
lit, Lane, McCarthy, Makekau 0
Smith Intioduced the Joint resolii.
Hon recommended by the Ijinds Com
mlttce, providing for tho uppolutment
ot 11 1-aiul Cmnmlsslon to revise t..o K Ht4 m U KUUU tl's a u
land laws, to servo without pay nnd to rcr . as . . ....
JT" ThU XTnm ead-lng ' " , VMMmMD.
VlToES FFEItREn , ,1,0,,8 D'" "r"' th0 ,CilC,,er'', 1,ei""0n
LrOLS Ithl'LItHLD. bill, enme up for second rending, but
Coelho moved to puss Senate Ulll on motion by Chllllngwortli action
10, relating to pounds, oer tho Gov- wns deferred until Wednesdav at
ernor's voto, but after soinu discus- p. m.
sloii tho matter was referred to the , The concurrent resolution providing
Judiciary Committee.' Tho kume uc- for n preference to be given the ores
Hon wns tukeu with tho veto or Sen-, ent residents of tho government lands
ato Hill 170, providing that no excava- on the Punchbowl bloues, tho lease on
t ons or ruts can be made on tho pub-, which expires in n few years was 10.
lo streets without thu consent ot tho ' ferrcd to the Judiciary Committee on
Supervisor. motion by Knudsen.
Hoiibo Hill 220. providing for the Tho chair announced that the Del
ciiroriemeut. or legulatlous or the.cgato Invited tho Senate to nttciid 11
Hoard or Agiiciilturo, passod second limn next Wednesday nt 7-30 11 m at
'"""'B- I his Wulklkl residence On motion' In-
House Hill 22.1, piuvldlng ror tho np- Smith tho clerk was Instructed to nc
pointinent or fiscal ugenls by the treus- icpt thu Invitation with thanks.
Saturday, April 20.
Slmr. Ke Ail Hon, from Ahukliil,
8: So p. m.
Sunday, April 21.
Hr. bk. Atliierly, llerqulst, from New
castle, S a. m.
Stmr. W. (). Hnll, from Kauai ports,
ii a. in,
Stmr. Iwnlanl, fioni Mulokal imrts,
" n. m.
Monday, April 22.
Stmr. Noenu, Pcdcrson, from llama
Una, with 32SO hags of sugar, C:ir, u. m.
L'. M. 8. 8. Siberia, Zeedcr, from tho
Orient, 8:4! n. m.
I'. M. S. S. Siberia, Zeedcr, for San
Frnncltco, G i. m.,
It Arrived M
Per P. M. S. S. Slbeihi. from the Or
ient, April 22, 8:45 a. m. For Hono
lulu: David L. Al, W. S. litston, O.
U. Guild, Mrs. (I. Q. (lulld nml Infant.
J. Hush, Miss Sharp, Miss V. M. Sharp,
h. woiir. For San l runrlscii: A. H.
Abeiihelm, C. A. Adams, Mih. O. A.
Adams, Master Adams, ltev, E. J Alk
in, Mrs. I. J. Alkrn, J. Allan, Mrs. J.
Allan, Mlus Allan, A. J. Allnntt, Mih.
A. J. Allnntt. MIsh A. Allnntt. Mih. E.
M. Anderson, Comte Uuy d'Aspromont,
J. F. Habbltt, Mrs. J. I'. Habbltt. A. E.
Itakor, .Mrs. A. E. H.ikcr, W. A. Dates.
K do Havlcr. C F. Ileadel. A Decker,
Mrs. A. Ueckcr. Mrs. D. W. Illnkalee,
II. F. Illount. .Mrs. II. F. Hlount. O.
B. llrndshaw, Hear Admiral W. II.
IJrown, U. S. N., Miss C. It HrowiiKim,
Mrs J. F. Case, Master Archlo Case.
Mrs. F. Chew. W. A.-Cllnchy. J. Colin.
Miss L. V. Culm, Miss P. Colin, It. II.
S. CresHWell, .Mrs. H. II 8 Creswell.
Miss J. Cunningham, J. Davenpuil,
Mrs. J. I D.iIs, Miss Dlngwull, J.
Dunn, Jr., Mrs. J. Dunn, Jr., N. (I.
Evnns, Win. Farmer. Chun Fat, Comte
IAvoiirln-Foulon. II. M. (lallagher,
Mrs. J. Gardner. Miss F. H. flrnv. II.
do Gray. Mrs. It. do dray. Mnstcr Hen
ry ue limy, .Miss Elizabeth do dray.
Miss Alice do Gray, .Miss Mury do
Urny, Fred (irnvenliorst, Mrs. (1. II.
Grimes, S. Giiggenheln, Miss (lultner,
Mrs. C. A. Hill, J. O. Hnwnrd. U
Hutchinson. Chen Shell II, J. Jnnniou
llle, G. Jonas. Lieut. N, L. Jones, U. S.
N, Mrs. M. Klnges, E. C. Koerncr, A.
S. Larbcrt. ltev, arahnm U'e, dipt.
Tin Sine Ue, L. Lcbbnch, Lieut. Sun
Bhwnng Lin, Cnpt. Yuen Ping Wong.
IIcv. F. It. Umglier, A. 1mgsdon, Mrs.
A. I.ongsdon, Tho Duko of Manchester
nnd valet, tho Duchess of Munchesler
nnd muld, S. i.lnrr, Mrs. C. K. .Martin.
A. W. Mcrrlfleld, .Mrs. A. W. Mcrrilleld.
E. A. McCarthy, .Mrs. E. A. McCarthy,
Dr. J. 11. McDIll nnd two servants,
Mrs J. It. McDIll nnd Infant. Master
XIcDIII and nninli, .Miss Lulu A. Miller,
Wm. Moner, .Mrs. Wm. Moser, J.. Mur
iel, Col. S. O. Murphy nnd two serv
nnts, T. E. Nnsh, Mrs. T. E. Nush.
Miss C. E. Neale. Mrs. E. A. Nelson,
Miss F. Nelson, Dr. J. Noble unci serv
ant. Miss I) Nugent. A. Niittull, Mrs.
A. Nuttnll, Itov. J. pclll, .Mrs. J. Pelll,
B. H. Porter, Paul Hnmlot, .Miss J.
Hosebrook, E. Itimge, Miss J. Samuels,
H. A. Schociircld, L. Schoenfeld, Mrs.
U Sclioenfcld, Lieut. D. F. Sellers, U.
S. N., II. Shaw, W. Singer, Mrs. J. II
Smith, maid uml valet, U. C. Smile,
Mrs. I). C. Smile, D. Stevens, Miss
Stewart. C. E. Story. Jos. Tliehuud, J.
It. Thompson, .Mrs. Jns. It. Thompson,
Miss Thompson, .Mrs. H. T. 11. Tool.er,
Judge J. F. Trncoy, Mrs. J. I Tracey,
Master Tracey, D II. Tornnzo, .Mis.
F. H. Vahrenkump. .Miss Dorothy Ves
toy, Frank Vincent, .Mrs. -C. A. Wat
son. W. I. Wltheibee, ltev. II. Winter,
MnJ. Yu King Wong. .Mr. Chun Ding
tMU, Jl. H IJUUH.
Per stmr. W. G. Hnll. from Kauai
port'), April 21.-0. n. Wilcox, A. 8.
Wilcox, .Miss I,. Cole, T. A. Hurtling
ham, E. Crook, C. Holt, Judgo Perry,
Ii. Anderson, J. Drown, Mrs. Ah Tuu,
J. Cockett, C. 11. Gray. G. IL-Falrchlld,
. Crawford, Mrs. II. Isenbcrg, Mis.
W. II. Illce, Jr.. C. F. Herilck. O. F.
Hnnkln, C. Akehiira. Mr. uml Mrs. Ta
kngl and 40 on deck.
, .,'Pr.S",'.,r- Ko A" ll0" f"ii Abu
klnl. April 20. F. E. Hurvey. V. Hell
bron. rerstmr. Maul, from Knwnlhue, Apr.
SO.-O. J. .Walker.
Per S. 8. Siberia, for San Francisco,
April 22, G p. m. Samuel Johnson, J.
H. Howland, M. T. Lyons, Lestor Pet
rle, H. K. Murray, Chns. F. Murray, II.
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