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EVENING nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, FEB.. 22, 190S.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Henular.
Oceanic- First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter -Regular,
5 p. m.
All Tlilllue member of the
order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings ol local lodges
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7 -SO In 1. 0. O. F. Hall. Fort Street.
K U. HENBRY, Secretary.
P.EN. I'. VICKKRS. N. H-
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meats every Tuesday evening at
,:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'. Hall. cor.
fort and llcretan'.c Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYLK. C.C..
F. WALDRON, K.U.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Foil
and Tieretanla. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A. Q. DECKING, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.H.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, U. I. 0.
K will meot In their hall on King
rear Fort street every Friday even
ing. lly order of tho B II.
F. E. RICHARDSON, K. K.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets, every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fori and Ileretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C..
K. A. JACOUSON, K.n.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Derotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
W. L. TRAZEE, W., Prest.
H. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAHAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot H.
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Rates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAHOU ST,
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St.. bet, Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
a --& .
King and Bethel Sts.
"Some people like to use
second-hand soap; others do
not." Max O'Rell.
It can be avoided by
In West's Liquid Soap Dis
penser your skin cannot be
contaminated if you will adopt
Hotel and Fort Sts.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
We have a big, fresh lot of
them just in. They are
just as good as ever. Phone
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
Holes in Shoes
are sure promoters of dis
ease. Pneumonia frequently
follows an ordinary cold and
either may be brought on
by wearing poor shoes.
We Repair for $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1119 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 567.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnfl
Bulletin gives a complete summary it
ins ricw-j 01 mo cay.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Let a Bulletin Want ad lend
you a helping hand In your quest for
Panama hats cleaned nt tho Olobo.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Ask to fcc tho "Dorothy Dainty'
ribbon seta at Whitney & Marsh's.
Bulletin Businesi Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
The Hoffman Saloon serves Red
Hots freo with a drink every after
noon. The Fashion Saloon Is now serving
mi excellent dlnnor between 4 and 6
Por a fuw weeks Mm. Kearns'
chutney will he 2R cents per Jar at
nil the stores.'
Mrs. M. A. Fluno and two daiiKhlert
arc throtiRh passengers returning from
Don't miss Ihc oppoitunlty to tire
the Volcano, In eruption. Head the
excursion nil in this Issue.
A luau will bc nlven In llrcwcr's
wharf shed this day week by the Long
fchorcmen's Protective Association.
You can pet a good quality of
sweater nt L. Ahoy's for 45 cents.
They used to bo seventy-five cents.
Thompson & demons for plaintiff
will on Monday movo to set for trial
11. Hackfcld & Co., Ltd., v. Ah Chec.
It Is stipulated that J. K. Kualll v
Achee, trespass, may bo heard before
Judfic Do Holt and a Jury on llarch 10
Hev. and Mrs. It. A. Hiuhanan ol
Lahalna arrived by the Mnunn I.oa
yesterday. They ro to the mainland.
Tho next rehearsal of tho "'Mascot'
will be held In the Kllnhana Art
League Hall on Monday 21th, nt 7:!Mi
Dr. Holtmann, the nsslstant physi
cian nt the Leper Settlement, was an
arriving passengers by the Manna I.oa
Miss Power will return soon from
tho East with n beautiful line of
cnrefully sclectod milliner)". The very
. Major DunnlUfc's Inspection of the
National Uunrd nt Hawaii will take
place nt Aala Park at 1 o'clock tomor
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You '.fill be surprised nt Its cooling
nnd prescrvntlvo properties. California
Peed Co., agents.
The White Family notary (lock am'
chnln stllch) Is the best sowing ma
Oihie In tho world, nenny & Co., Ltd..
ments, 1260, Fort street. Phono 488.
Principal C. A. Macdonald of La
halnaluna school Is In town, having
been Biibpoenaed to testify before the
Supreme Court In tho l.ahalnaluua
Judge Carlos Long, presided In the
DlEtrlct Court yesterday in the ab
sence of Judge Andrado, who was busy
preparing the jfa-tt .rldcTS for this
Queen l.llluokalanl arrived yester
day morning by (he Mnunn Loa from
i consldorable May nt HooUena. She
was uccompanlcd by Mr. and Mrs
All visiting Hcd Men nro cordially
Invited to nttend the entertainment
end ball to be given nt K. of P. hall
this evening. The ceremonies will be
gin ut 8 o'clock sharp.
Harry Low Is received news this
morning of tho denth of his father In
San Francisco. Tho news was mt
unexpected, us tho older Lewis has
been III tor somo time, nnd died nt
mi advanced ago.
Annie Harris of Wnlnlun wishes to
adopt William K. nnd Elizabeth K.
Hiram, her minor grandchildren,
whoso mother was divorced from John
K. Hiram Jr. wllhln n year past, W1.
C. Achl Is attorney for petitioner.
Mr. Clay, secrclnry of tho Hank of
California, and Mm. Clay, have been
tho guests of I), F. Dillingham on n
tour ot tho Oaliu Hallway. On Thurs
day they went to Wahlawa and then
around to Knhuku, returning as far ns
Halelwa. Ycsteiday they returned
from Halelwa to tho city.
The Ktnau brought tho following
cargo this morning: 1 horse, 1 bag
coin, 2 dogs, 2 boxes chickens, 4 empty
wlno barrels, 5 crates celery, G bales
Awa, 6 baleB S. bags, 14 bags cabbages
14 packages vegetables, 25 empty kegs.
2G hags Tel. pins, 28 pigs, 41 barrels
empty bottles, lfiG packages sundries.
The class studying the "Far EiiFtrrn
Question," under tho auspices of the
Cnllego Club, will hold its first meet
ing on Friday, February 2S, at tho res
idence of .Mrs. J. M, Whitney, at hnlf
past three o'clock. Tho course will bo
conducted by Mrs. Cox, nnd Is open to
nil ladles who aro Interested In the
subject. The books used are on sals
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. F. T,. Hoogs and family take
this means of thanking their many
friends nnd acquaintances for their
sympathy und kindness in their late
A Host Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
isn't always a sign of good eyesight
The eye-muscles contract to make up
for defective vision. It's only when
they get tired of the strain that you
suffer from headache and eye-strain.
A. N. SANFORD.
BOSTON BLDO FORT ST.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dons by the
v,th their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Berettnla St. Phone 1491,
EDITOR NOYES DEAD
LOS ANOELES, t'al., Feb. 21. --Crosby S. Noycs, editor ot the Wash
ington Star, Is dead.
Crosby Stuart Noycs was born ut Mlnot, Maine, February 10, 1821.
Ilo was educated at Uowdoln College, whero ho received tho degree of
A. M. When n young man ho became Washington correspondent of East
ern, papers; reporter on Washington Stnr, 1856; later nsststnnt editor;
in 1807 ncqulrcd nn Interest nnd bo canto cdltor-ln-chlcf. Ho leaves two
tons who nro prominent in Journalism. Mr. Noycs was an nctlvo friend
VANCOUVER, 11. ('., Feb. 21. Tho Chief Justice of Hrltlsh Colum
bia has released the Japanese detained under the Natal Act, holding
that the law coulllrts with tho Hrltlsh treaty with Japan. The case will
SOCIETY LEADER DEAD
NKW YORK, N. Y.. Feb. 21. Mrs. W. P. Hurdcn, n prominent so
ciety woman, Is dead from accidental asphyxiation.
JAPANESE CRUISER ACCIDENT
TOKIO, Japan, Feb. 21. In nn
men were killed mid two Injured.
B PASBXNGEES AR2IVID
From tho Orient, per S. S. SlbcrLi,
Feb. 22. For San Franelwo: Hev. C.
L. Haynton, W. N. Drowsier, Mrs. W.
N. Drowsier, Miss Drewbtcr. Master
Drewstcr, Lieut. O. P. Drown, W. 11.
Downe, J. D. Cory, Sirs. J. 11. Cory, J.
Christie, C. Davis, 11. f!. Denson, Louis
Epplngcr and servant, Mrs. F. J. Flu
no, Miss L. B. Flnno, Miss M. A. Fluno,
Wm. C. Oregg. A. R, Hunter, Mrs. A.
R. Hunter, C. A. Ingerson, Mrs. C A.
lugerson, H. W. Jennings, F. H. Jonas.
U. 15, Lear, P. C. I.orf.leux, Thos, Nock,
Miss S. P. Peck. 1). Perkins, Major 11.
1). Hay, Mrs. II. I). Ray, 0. II. Rca, W
E. Rockwell, Mrs. N. L. Rockwell, Mis?
Alice Rockwell, Miss K. F. O'Rourke.
K. Saito. II. Smith, Mrs. II. Smith.
Mh-i II. II. Smith, S. V. Smith, II. Wolf.
11. 13. Dr. Wu Ting Fang and :i Her
vnntH, On Slum Omen, On Nl Che".
Lang Nl Chuen, W. W. Yen, Kwnn
Ylug I. In. Koug V. Chung, Lin Slim
Yuen, Mrs. Lin Shlh Yuen, Yuan Ko
Slnian, Chen Shul Chlng, Wu Sin Yu,
Lin P. Chin, Ho Wing Yuen. Ho Wing
LI. Ilo Wing Ynn. Kwcl Chili, Mrs.
Kwcl Chlh. Kwcl Ming Sun, Kwel
Kwong Chuen, Ow Yang Kec, Shen
Chlch. Mrs. Shen Chlch, Wang F. W.
Chiang, Tain Pul Shnn, Mrs. Kwan
Chlng Lin. Ilo Wing Shin, Li Ynn;,
Yno nnd 2 hervantg, Chen Mao Kir,
Tong Fan, Chan Cheung Ytlt, Sun Tny
nn. Sun Sun Clio, Tuk Sun Sho, Kej
Yu Ting, l.o Chuen, Ho En Ming, Ling
Lung Dynn, l.o Win Poll, Ngau Klnc
Ynn, Loo Charllo Kwati, Chang Choii
Kle, Ow: lJiug Ouy, O Tim Wing, Chen
Chlng Han, Ho I'd Sliuc, Ctmi Tin;;
Nam, Sin Tco Yee, Liang Ylng Kwcl.
Kwong Lung Sing, l.o Kwok Bui, Shew
Tim, Mrs. Shew IjiiiI Sheo, Mrs. Yeong
Shco, Teal Mu Chung. For Honolulu:
II. H. Hrooks and wife, Y. II. Foe,
Tslng Hal, Sung Poo Tung, l.o Man
Per stmr. Klniiir, Clarke, from llllo,
Feb. 22. E. A. Crane, A. Huehnnnn,
L. M. Duck, Oeo. Illicit. S. Oollnsky,
Mrs. S. Oollnsky, Hev. 0. Amako, C. Y.
Alnn, K. Oto, C. 11. Dement, W. Rein
hart, Dr. J. Pinto, E. W. Siillon. Ed
Clubrldgc, Mrs. E. M. (lubrldge, Dr. II.
II. Elliott, It. I. I.lllle. Mrs. Wong
Hlng. J. U. Snillh, L. Davycrflcld, II.
II. Harding, I). F. McCorrlston, U Sev.
cranio, E. II. font. W. W. Harris, J
F. HagetiB. Miss Hendry, Mrs. M. How-
land, MrB. 1). F. Thrum nnd Infant,
Mrs. Wm. Henry, Jno. A. Scott, 0. C.
Kennedy, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, 11. P.
Dccklcy, W. P. McDougal', Mrs. Geo.
"Wright nnd Infant, Ng Chcc. Miss K.
Haupp, II. M. Mist, Mrs. II. M. Mist,
J. W. Wnldrou, E. A. Mott-Smlth, II.
Dlas, T. Kobaknshl, 8. Nakamoto,
Father Joseph, S. Kclllnol, Dr. J. II
Raymond, I). II. ))avls, H. M. Coke,
J. M. Vlvns, I)-. K. Kuhaulcllo, 8. FIJI
moto, H. M. Olttcl, A. J. Spltzcr, Mrs.
nxBBtJttn oc.jr 5c n pti' m x x
V: PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr Claudlne, for Maul ports
and llllo, Feb, 21. Harold Rico and
wife", II. Marasky, W. Prestldge, F. A.
Halledsugh, I. Kaeakana, N, Arnsted,
MIbs Ornco Arvann, F. L. Winter, Sis
ter M. Cyrllln, C. A. MacDonnld, Lum
Quong, Ah Sang.
Wlfo (looking up from hor book)
You know a great many things, John;
low, what do you think should bo
done In case of drowning? Husband
Havo a funeral, I should think.
is the result of years of ex
periment nnd improvement.
Best fitted for all the require
ments of actual "Use.
The Tri-eolor Ribbon and
removable Platen are samples
of the features that make it
the superior of all others.
Hawaiian News to..
Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop St.
accident to tho cruiser Asahl three
TO VISIT THE.OREAT NATURAL
WONDER OF THE PACIFIC
Tho S. S. "Klnnu" will lenvo Ho
nolulu on Tuesday, February 25th, nt
noon, nrrlvlng at llllo nt two o'clock
p. m. ot tho next dayrwhoro tho par
ly will romnln until Thursday, af
fording ' nn opportunity to visit
"Rainbow" FiiIIb and tho other
points ot interest! In tho ncighboi
hood. Thursday morning nt seven o'clock
tho party will Icavo by train for
Gleuwood, thenco by stngo, nine
miles, to the Volcano, arriving thero
nt eleven o'clock u.'in.
Here tho party will remain until
Sunday morning. Tho two nnd n
halt days will quickly pass in this
wonderland; among tho attractions
bosldcs tho Volcano, nro "Kllnuen
Hi," the seven craters, the sulphur
banks, the fern nnd kon forests,
Sunday morning at seven o'clock
tho party will leave by stage to con
nect with tho 8. 8. "Mnunn Lou,"
sailing from Homtnpu nt noon. Tho
trip is along tho coast,' pnst
tho scenes of tho lava flows. Tito
htcamcr anchors for the night nt Ke
nlakckua Hay, at which point Cap
tain Cook 'was killed, ono year after
his discovery of the Islands, nnd hero
n monument has been orcctcd to Ills
memory. Thoso wishing to enjoy n
beautiful carriage drive may lenvo
tho steamer nt Kealakekua and go
overland to Knllua, 20 miles dis
tant, nnd rejoin tho steamer at that
point, tho rust per passenger being
$2.50 extra for this drlvo. Tho
steamer leaves Kallun at noon Mon
day nnd arrives in Honolulu Tues
day, March 3rd, nt daylight.
The round trip ticket Is J52.0II,
which covers every necessary expense,
of tho trip to the Volcano and ro
turn, but docs not Include the cost of
horsc3 or carriages for sldo trips In
llllo and uUtlio Volcano,
Don't be dissuaded from taking
this trip. It Is nn opportunity ot a
lifetime. Comfortnhlo transportation,
good hotels, nnd most plcturesquo
For tickets nnd Information ro
gardlug tho excursion apply to
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
BETWEEN THE ACTS
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
Blank books ot rjl torts, ledgers,
eto. manufactured by tha Bulletin Pub
(Continued from Pise 1)
Inwall. Tho Ambassador, in re
"A few minutes ngo tho president
of the Commercial Club asked me to
Hay n few words here. 1 nm not pre-j-.ed,
but, being his guest, I have no
ipt.i i. I may say something that
may not sound very pleasant, hut I
.it':u o you that 1 will' try to avcld
"It was five years ago that I pass
ed through Honolulu before, but it
. o :iib moro like yesterday. 1 rc
n mlicr vividly the cordial reception,
ii-corded nio then by my countrymen
. ml tho Inhabitants of Honnml'u. It
I certainly n pleasure for mo to
come hero ng.iln, nnd I nolo one fact
Hint has especial significance In my
estimation. Not only Is this club
graced by tho prcsenco of tho fair
rex, but nlso nro my own countrymen
allowed to como here nnd bo present
on this occasion. Thero Is only ono
wny that I can account for It anil
that Is the position of the place.
This Island Is In tho middle of tho
Pacific ocean, so to speak.
"Until n short tlmo ngo, China
was one of the most exclusive nnd se
cluded nations on tho fnce ot tho
earth, content with her own undent
civilization; sho had everything. Sho
icniaincd shut up for many centur
ies, sho had n civilization that,
though not perfect, Is worthy of
study In many rcspcctB, and In somo
worthy of Imitation.
"China wns not nllowcd to remain
ns sho wns or us sho wished. Her
doors were opened by forco I will
lint attempt to say by whom her
walls broken by the streams of mod
ern civilization, and It Is not easy to
ir-uulld them now. Hut hero in Ha
waii Is whero the streams of the old
and tho modern must meet. This li
the common ground. And It Is a
queer situation that you' have to han
dle here. Hut I feel suro that you
nro equal to the task you, with
ur colleges nnd schools nnd higher
education. Yes; I feel suro that you
nrc equal to any like task set bo!ore
"China now- is open. Her men nnd
pcaplo como abroad, and as President
Smith has Just said, they nrc honest
t nil Industrious. There Is n great
opportunity to mnko use ot tho Chi
nese here, for the distinguishing fea
ture o my race is that they aro
honest, persevering, und .when told
to do a thing, they do It thoroughly.
"The Islands here lire but In their
Infnncy ns yet. Hit it you continue
along tho way you havo mapped out
for yourself, I am confident that
thero Is a great and grand futuro be
"Now, In conclusion, I want to
thank you, tho representatives of Ha
waii, nnil you, my own countrymen,
for your moro than kind hospitality
nnd welcome. 1 wish you all suc
cess und prosperity."
TABLE REPORT OF SAU
Thursday, February 13.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. Hi. '
P." M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu (1
, day late).
KURRKA Sailed Feb. 13:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, for Hiv
Friday, February 14.
SAN FRANCISCOArrlved Feb. 14:
P. M. 8. B. Korea, henco Feb. 8.
SAN DlF.no Sailed Fob. 14:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for San Frao
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Saturday, February 15.
EUREKA Arrived Fob. 14: .
Am. schr. Eva, hence Jan. 22.
NEWCASTLE Sailed, Feb. 13:
lir. S. S. Elvaston, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Sailed Feb 12:
Am. S. S. Enterprise, for San Fran
cisco. HILO Sailed, Fob. 13:
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, for Sallna Cruz
KIHEI Arrived, Feb. 13:
Am. S. S. Lansing, hciico Feb. 13.
HONOIPIT Sallod Fob. 14:
Am. schr. Hunolpu, for Sun Fran
cisco, via liana.
Monday, February 17.
VANCOUVER Arrived Feb. 14:
Dr. 8. S. Aorangl, henco Feb. C.
HANA Arrived Feb. 15;
Am. schr. Honolpu, from Honolpu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Fob, 17:
P. M, S. S. Mongolia, hence Feb, G.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 14:
Fr. S. S. Malta, for Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed, Fob. IB:
A.-H. 8. S. Nebraska!! for San
KIHEI Sailed Fob. 1G:
Am. S. S. Lansing for Port Harford.
Wednesday, February 19.
BALINA CRUZ Arrived Feb. 17:
A Wet Sheet
nnd a flowing sea and a wind that
follows fast. Such is yachting. Let
us build that yacht for you,
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alspal,
A.'H. S. S. Arlzonati, from llllii
SAL1NA CRUZ Sailed Feb 18:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for San Dlcgn.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. Iik. Aiinlo Johnson, from iinu
UAVIOTA Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. sp. Fulls of Clyde, hence? Feb. G.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 1!.
P. M. 8. S. Chlnn, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. in:
Jap. 8. 8. America Marti, honec
Am. bk. Mohican, from llllo Feb 2.
Thursday, February 20.
KAHULl'I Sailed, Feb. 10:
Am. ship Ersklno M. 'Phelps, for
KAHULUI Arrived, Feb. 21):
A.-H. 8, 8. Ncvadiin, from Hono
lulu. Friday, February 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 20:
Am. bk. 11. P. Hlthet. for Honolulu.
U. S. A. T.. Crook, for Honolulu.
A.-H. 8. S. Texnn, for Honolulu.
!N FOREIGN PORTS
I ITS f if f K I S '""
'3233 H f ? sa.
nt. li, p.m. p m. n..uv Ri,r
t? J 47 1.9' 4 )8 9 ? 10 41 6 ff) 6 00 6 Jt
'8 4 IS 1.8 4 ss 10 it tl 05 6 18 6 o 7 14
I n. in, J Mil- I
'9 4 41.6 J)l( 30 up) 6 ST. ol gi
I I ' I
to 5 14 1.4 6 c8 11 11 j8 6 it' 6 01 9 vft
1 I IM"- I
51 S i.l Too iis 610 6o 9 ,
p'tit- it-iii. a-in- I
11 8 u 14 0 jf t o$ o s) 61) A of 10 51
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J) 9 08 1. 1 fit I 47 lo . 6 i4 6 01 II 47
n 1 1 1 i
Hill tnuun Feb. lGtli, at 10:5 p.m.
R S K K K II H K !t ;l K 2 a l( li
FVltfay, February 21.
Schr. Rob Roy, from Pearl Harbor.
Stmr. Kauai, Sachs, from Hawaii.
" DEPARTED . i
It )l iiiiilli. it X IlIOlK-MSlIS
Friday, February 21.
Stmr. ClniHllne, Parker, for Maui
ports and llllo, f p. m.
A.-H. S. 8. Alaskan, Nleholn. for
Sntlna Cruz via Kaannpall, Kahulul
nnd llllo, 3:?,o p. m.
Mr. 8. 8. Lord Stanley, Ciinuluc
ham, for Newcastle, C p. m.
" SA11IN0 TODAY
P. M. 8. S. Siberia, for San Fran
cisco, S p. m,
S DUE TODAY ' M
Stmr. Despatch, Kokcrwllx, from
Kauai, p. in.
A.-H. S. 8. Novaihn, (Irecne, from
Knhuliii, p. m.
K s z n J3 k n: x m tc :: K JC H 33
Stmr. Iwalanl, from Maui nnd Mo
lokal ports, n. 9.
Stmr. Ko Ait Hou, Tullctt, from
S R S ! K 5 yj H K X K K V,
TO SALT. MONDAY
A-H. 8. S. Ncvadan, Orccno, for
J3B DULLUTIN AD3. PAY -M
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hals Arc Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
When .the moon comes
up take your motor car and
a companion and go down
to Haleiwa. It is the
finest drive in the district,
for the roods are in splen
ST. CLAIR BIDO.O0D..
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
B03 S. BERETANU ST.
I'm Illi u for uniutnril
I Pn...! uui.. imiiwmi ur ulcrl loin
ImEhhsChiuicuCo."' M "'' raenioi.u-fc
komciKiuri,o.Ha """". " out ma
cui or pill' noill.
loM I17 Iri.'Eiltl,
V' w t'l ,uUr aaut on JWjlic.