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EVENING nUt.LETIN, HONOLULU. T. H. FRIDAY. Pnn. 28, 1908.
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WEEKLY CAIEHDAR f ,
Oceanic Lodge Stated. 0 (Jj
Perfection Communication. I Sj
Perfection Fourteenth Dig
Pacific Second Deofee
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening it
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall. Fort Street.
13 II. HENDRY, Secretary.
HKN. 1'. VICKEHS, N. 0.
All visiting biotbcra very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE.. No. 2, K. o P.
Meets every 'luesday ovenlng at
i:30 o'olork In K. of. P. Hall, cor.
'ort nnd lleretanla. Visiting broth
crs cordially tnilted to attend.
W. I.. I.YI.K. C.C..
F. WALUUOV. K.ns.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every 1'ililay ovenlng nt
7:30 In K. of P. Hull, corner Fort
and lleretunln. VlHltlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
A. (!. DEERING, C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE. K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIO. 11. P. O.
E., -will meet in ttiolr ball oa King
Dear Fort street every Friday oven.
By order of tlio H It.
HAIlllY A. WILDER.
F. E. RICHARDSON, 53. 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 Bcretanla. Visiting broth
m cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. KRAZFE, CO.,
E. A. JACOllSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0,
Meets on tlie 2nd and 4th WED-M
-C-nV B.Anlnora nt nTl TTinnth Qt I
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, V., Prest.
H. T, MOORE, Secy.
HAWAHAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thuru
days of each mouth nt Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brotbeis i.-or-dlally
invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII. Sachem.
A. E. SlURPHY.-C. of II.
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.
S , .v-n. n-rn-T
A KxKJUJJ OAVrJW
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS. i
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto,
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.
JS iu Vtl lJ
Kfcis and Bethel Sts.
The only prepara
tion that effectually
stops sneezing and
cold in the head.
Hotel and Port Sts.
TRY SOME .
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
I'""!"! yy-ywirywtwTiM " m ljfK
Ferrard Rcnaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Cheese
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Holes in Shoes
arc 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 0G7.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the novvi of the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There is employment for every
ucrsistent Bulletin Want advertiser.
One word one cent.
Auto nt hack-fare. Tel. 405,
Panama hats denned nt the Globe.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Pilot Mncaulay returned from Wal
King up Scotty's hon you want a
good nutii ride. Phono 107.
swnphony rehearsal this ovenlng.
Now music will bo taken up.
(llvo tlio Woman's Exchange n cnll
for lels, curios, cut flowers, etc.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Onhu 1-odgo No. 1, K. of P., will
meet In K. (if p. lmll nt 7:3o this even
ing. Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Kcniiruits of ribbons nnd embroid
eries nt Whitney & Marsh's snlo to
For n dainty, appetizing meal nt
popular prices, go to tho Alexander
Honolulu I.odgo No. C1C, P.. P. O
K.. will meet In Elks' Hull, King
street, this ovenlng.
A complete account of the Floral
Faradc in Saturday's issue, ready for
mailing, live Cents.
Letters nro held nt this iifflco for
"a," "All." "D" and "It." Advertisers
will klndlv call for tame.
"Drink and the world drinks with
ou." The Honolulu world Is Urlnl
Ing at the Fashion salloon.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
You will bo surprised nt Ub coillnr
nnd preservative properties. Callfornln
Feed Co., agents.
Finest Imported Fieneh Poslo at
l.ey'n family grocery. Macaroni
spaghetti, vermleclll, alphabets, Ma
caronl and cheese for soups.
Its I'khneiH In butter-fat and In nat
nrul llaor make Alplno milk the most
popular for family use. II. Ilackfelcl
& Co.. Ltd., wholesale, distributors.
The Federal Grand Jury has shifted
qmrlers fiom the U. S. .Marshal's of
lice to the court room of Judge Hob
Inson, where more room Is nallable.
A petltiun for guaidliinslilp of Par
ker. Edward, Jonah and Ernest Cum
mlngs, minora, was Hied yesterday. J
Alfred Mngoou being mimed as the
All 0. A. It. comrades are requested
to meet at their hall today, at 2:30
khnrp, for the purpose of attending
the funeral of their lute comrade, V.
Miss Power's return Is being nwnit
ed by the tasteful dressers of tho city,
as they expect a treat in the millinery
line. Miss Power has been East, se
(!. 0. Seong. defendant In tho action
brought by E. Krledlandor & S0113, has
filed as answer a general denial of ev
ery allegation In tho cause. J. Light
foot Is his attorney.
Tho dresslert unit In Honolulu pos
itively rnnnot do better In style, nil
wool quality and fluo tailoring than
we'll do for him lu Unit. Schaflncr &
Marx clothes. Sllva's Toggery.
Our storage facilities are tho best
In Honolulu. Wo hire experienced and
capable men to give strict attention
to nil packing and shipping orders.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co., Phono 68.
In tho matter of X. M. Harrison vs
William SnvldgQ, as administrator ol
tho ostate of Frank Lucwelko, Judge
Lindsay overruled tho demurrer anil
denied a motion to dissolve the In
Purror Vlerra of tho Ko Au Hon
leports tho following sugar on Kauai
awaiting bhlpm'cnt: Mak., 2G89 bags;
K. S. M., 1909; 0. & It., 1121; V. K.
300; Mcll., 40,850; K. P., 9C00; Lllmo.
11C0; II. M.. 18,200; M. S. Co., 12.000;
11. F.. 12,155; K. S. Co., 27CC.
An anneal In the caso of tho trustees
under the will and of the estate of
James Campbell, deceased, was qled
yesterday by Abigail K. Campbell
Parker, one of tho respondents, ask
ing that tho matter bo taken to Ihe
Supreme Couit of tho United Status.
Tim nppeal was nllowed yesterday by
Chief Justice Hurtwell.
Judgment by default was rendered
esterday by Judge De Holt against
tho defendant In tho assumpsit case
of E. M Campbell vs. llucklnnd's Bus-
IncsH Bureau. This claim was for
$12S5, moneys advanced from tlnio to
time by tho Honry Wutoi house Trust
Co. to tho Bureau, the claim having
been transferred to tho plaintiff.
An Inventory of tho oilato of F. W.
Wundcuberg, deconsed, was filed yes
terday by tlio appraisers, E. I. Spald
ing, John Marcallinn and II. Armitnge.
Tho estate consltts of 052 shares Ho
liomti Sugar Co., 102 Pioneer Mill, 50
Honolulu Plantation, t Hawaii Ditch,
1000 Mountain King Mining Co., 2
Sanitary Steam Laundry and 200 Or
iental llrowlng; lifo (Insurance bal
ance of S1C23; promissory nolo aggre
gating $1085; accounts duo of $1410;
I. O. Us to tho total of $423; venture
with P. E. It. Strauch, $1700: ono
half Interest In Honolulu real cstato
to tho vjiluo of $2000; personal effects
$2Gu, and cash In bank $2715.83.
INTERESTED IN HAWAII
The Promotion Commltteo held Its
weekly session yesterday afternoon;
but no business of Importanco was
brought up for discussion, A. O. Hu
shaw, a lecturer, who has used Hawaii
as a subject for his tour3 in tho
States, wa3 present. Ho reported that
In all his lectures on tlio mnlnlnnd, ho
wns always well received, particularly
In tho northern ani middle western
States where thero was a great de
mand for Information concerning Ha
waii. Husliaw will wait for tlio return
of Secretary Wood a weok fiom to
day. On his return to tho mainland
ho Intends starting on a two-years'
lecturing tour through tho eastern
"See a Pin and
pick it np." It's easy to pick it up,
The thing is to SEE it first.
If you have your eyes properly ex
amined and fitted with good glasses,
you'll see all right.
A. N, SANFORD.
BOSTON BLDG FORT ST.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dons by the
lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla St. Phone 1491.
G- a m e
Stockholders Ask That
Jerome Be Removed
NGW YOItK. N. V.. I'cb. 1!". A committee of stockholders of the
Metropolitan railway have asked (loveinor Hughes to remove District
Attorney Jerome from olllce on twenty-two charges.
JAPAN INDUSTRIES SLUMP
TOKIO, Japan. Feb. 27. Owing to numerous failures and the money
stringency, tho share market has shown n downward tendency of Into.
Though somewhat firmer now. It Is believed tho depression will continue
until n general (election Is held. A number of firms at Osaka and Kobe
have failed with liabilities of fpur million yen. Railway stocks havo fall
RAILWAYS AGAINST NINE HOURS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 27. Thirty-seven railways havo peti
tioned the Interstate Commerce Commission for tho postponement of the
order granting railroad telegraphers n nine-hour working scale.
TERRORISTS PUT TO DEATH
ST. PKTKItSHUnO, Itussla, Feb. 27. Seven terrorists have been sen
tenced to death and three to imprisonment.
PARIS, France, Feb. 27.
X I HK)i, s! K ti it )C X K K
t WATERFRONT NOTES
H U X X . f R X X V X X. .". K It
TUB UNITED STATF.S transport
Ciook arrived hero from the Coast
last night at 8:30 o'clock. Sho has
about 700 peoplo aboard, composed In
tho mnln of ICO enlisted men In tho
battery companies and Marine Corps.
Tho trip down from Sun Francisco
was uneventful, tho weather being un
usually good, and no storms wcro on-
countered. The cabin passengers for
Honolulu wero Dr. E. F. Phillips, Ches
ter J. Hunn and C. II. Raven of tho
customs service here, Dr. Phillips
mid Mr. Hunn will bo connected with
the U. S. Experiment Station. Tho
Marines blossomed out lu their now
kliukls and shining shoes on their ar
rival here, and presented a very neat
appearance when they filed off the
gangplank, nnd started off to do the
town this morning. Tho Crook will
try to get away tomorrow, but hho
may bo held over until Sunday or
Monday. Shu will tako on 200 tuns of
coal while hero.
AS A REMINDER of tho awful trag
edy of tho sea when the ship Eclipse
foundered nnd her crow was sixteen
duys In tho open boats, two letleis
weio this mottling received by Ship
ping Commissioner Almy addressed to
Mr. Stanley Ennls and Sir Isidore
Mailoc, both of whom died before
teaching shine. The letter for Ennls
Is postmaikod "He'dford, Mass.," and
tho ono for Madec comes from "Cur
nnc, Morblhan." Thoy hao been ly
ing In Sail Francisco for some time,
but when tho news of tlio foundering
of tho essel becamo known In Snn
Frnnelbco. they were forwnnled hero.
Shipping Commissioner Almy will
mak bomo disposition (if lliem. Roth
Millon had wages coming them, nnd
this matter will also bo bottled soon.
rine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
I ii i Miiwiiiinr'ii ii iimi i i .
A Most Excellent Assortment of
IHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
cleans and fills itself; no ink
dropper, smeared fingers, twis
ted rubber, extra parts, or ex
It's the new Fountain Pen.
Hawaiian News Co
Limited, Alex. Young Bldg., Bishop SI.
We have the best there is. It is
better-kept than any other, is more
tender, and has more good qualities.
Our business' is providing families
with the best.
SENT TO MOROCCO
forcements of GOOO men will ha sent
X X 51 !f. X X X X X X X X . X K X
a PASSENGERS ARRIVED,
I Per U. S. A. T. Crook, from San
I Francisco, Feb. 27. For Honolulu
1 Dr. E. F. Philips, Chester J. Hunn, C.
1 H. Haven. For Guam: Mrs. John J
Ualllngor. For Mnnllu: Lt. Robert
i E. Adams, Buinadu Agann, Capt. O.
M. Apple and wife, l.t. W. IJ. linker,
I.t. U. Ii. Hutley. D. I llorden, U. J.
S. Uradshaw, Mrs. J. J. Cheatham,
nurse and 2 children, Mrs. F. M. Conk
lln and 4 children, Lt. J. II. W. Corey
nnd wife. Charles W. Cullen. Lt. A. H.
Carter. Ralph Z. Doty, MIbs Alice El
liott, Mrs. Albert Fensch and 2 chil
dren, I.t. R. A. Duckworth-Ford and
wife, Cupt. Allen J. Greer, John Hag
uuy and wife, Mrs. C. D. Ham and 2
children, W. A. Hngan, Lt. II. M. Joss,
Lt. A. M. MncNub, F. T. McEneny
Mrs. II. A. Miller and 2 chlldicn. Lt.
Louis O Miller, Lt. M. B. Morris, John
W. Muollcr, Lt. Walter S. North, Mrs.
S. A. Pease, Lt. Henry Pflel, Win. D.
Phllllpbon, H. C. Pratt. Harry C. Rapp,
Lt. R. T. Scher, Mrs. Walter B. Shaw
and bou, Mrs. I. A. Shlmer and daugh
ter, Lt. B. B. Staver, Cupt. John B.
Stephens, lfo and 3 children, Capt.
It. II. Stevens, Vet. W. .1. Stokes,
Thomas C. Walker, Cupt, 1 1. L. Wig
more, C. C. L. U. Wyh'S, Francisco
Ycaslano, Mrs. Georgo 11. Halm, Mrs.
Murgntet E. Ransom, Miss Hnttlu To
bynu.CO lcciults for Honolulu; IV Ma
rino Corps for Guam; to Manila:
liuuihinarters, first battalion Fifth
Field Aitlllciy; 2flC enlisted men, Bat
oiles A and II, and N. C. staff; 0 en
listed men, Hospital Corps; 30 re
cruits 25th Infantry; 50 recruits 9th
Cavalry; 3 enlisted men, PoBt Non
Commissioner Staff; 14 caBiials; 200
enlisted men, U S. Marino Corps.
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' , ' JJ . X X II H X .1(1 X X X X X
Per S. S. China, for San Francisco,
Feb. 28. 11, A. Duchnnnn, wjfo and In
fant, Miss Buchholtz (IColoa), Mr. and
Mis. 8, (lollusky, Alox. Buchanan and
wlfu, Dr. W. II. Hoffmann, E. A. Crane,
Hugo Abrahomson, Mrs. Throfnll, Mr,
Umbsen, Mr. Mendenhull, Richard A
Brooks, Sir. and Mis. C. T. White nnd
Per Btmr. Clnudlne, for Hllo and
Maul ports, Feb. 28. Dr. Raymond,
William Bhopard, Mrs. W, Laugher,
B. auerorn, Sirs. E. A. Ouororo and
child, Jumcs Luno, Dr. Dluegnr.
The Woekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvee a complete tummary of
the news of the day.
II 1 PORTS
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, February 21,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. 20:
Am. bk. It. P. Rlthet, for Honolulu.
V 3. A. T., Crook, for Honolulu.
A II. S. S. Texnn, for Honolulu.
Monday, February 24.
AUCKLAND Arrived Feb. 15.
Kor. bk. Concordia, henco Jan. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 2(1:
Am. 8. S. Enterprise, from Hllo
KA1IULUI Sailed Feb 21:
A.-H. S. S. Ncvadan, for Honolulu
1I1LO Arrived Feb. 18:
Am. bk. O. C. Tobey, from Honolulu,
II I I.O Arrived Feb. 19:
Br. S. 8, Hnmpslcail, from Honolulu.
1IILO Sailed Feb. 20:
Am, bk. St. Knlhcrlne, for San Fran
MAIIUKONA Arrived Feb. 21:
Am. schr. H. C. Wilght. from San
HONOIPU Arrived. Feb. 24:
Am. schr. Heleno, from NowcnBtlo.
NEWCASTLE Sailed, Feb. 23:
Am. schr. R. C. 8lado, for Honolulu
BRISBANE Arrived, Fob. 24:
Br. S. 8. Mloworn, henco Feb. 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 24.
A.-H. S. 8. Nobraskan, fronl Kaliu-
Tuesday, February 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. Feb. 2
O. 8. 3. Alameda, henco Feb. 19.
SAN DIEGO Arrived, Feb. 24: A.-H.
S. S. Columbian, from Snltnn Cruz.
BRISBANE Arrived Feb. 19:
8. 8. Monna, fiom Brisbane, for Ho
1QUIQUE Sailed Jan. 11:
Br. bk. Holywood, for Honolulu.
CALLAO Sailed Feb 4:
Jnp 8. 3. Kauado Slaru, for Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed. Feb. 25:
P. M. M. S. Koren, for Honolulu.
Schr. Muriel, for Hana.
TALTA1 Soiled Fob 25:
Schr. Alumna for Honolulu.
Wednesday, February 26.
SAN DIEGO Sailed Feb 25:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for San Fran
cisco. YOKOHAMA Sailed Feb. 20:
P. M. 8. S. Mamhurla, for Honolulu
PORT HARFORD Arrived, Feb. 25:
Am. S. S. Lansing, from Klhcl Feb.
MAKAWELI Sailed Feb. 24:
Am. bktno Hawaii, for Gray's liar
KAHULUI Sailed, Feb. 25:
A.-H. S. 3. Alaskan, tor Hllo.
Thursday, February 27.
GRAYS HARBOR Sailed Feb. 20:
Am. schr. A. J. West, for Honolulu.
H1LO Arrived Feb. 22:
Am. schr. James Rolph, from San
KAANAPALI Arrled, Am. bkt.ie.
Puako, from Newcastle.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb. 27:
A.-H. 8. S. Columbian, from San
GAVIOTA Sailed Feb. 27:
Am. sp. Falls of Clyde, for Hono
lulu, In tow.
Navigator, towing Falls Clyde.
TORTLAND Arrived, Feb. 27
Fr. sp. Hoche, hence Feb. 7.
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a -'$ e n a a H a a a a a a a
Temperatures 0 a. m., G7; 8 a. in.,
73; 10 a. in.. 73; noon, 70; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in., 29.91; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 0.059 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
(.9 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C2.
Wlod C a. m., velocity C, direction
N.i 8 a. m., velocity 4, direction N. E.;
10 a. in., voloclty 11, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity C, direction S.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., 129 miles.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 119 miles.
WSI. B. STOCK.MAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau
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". PASSENGERS DEPARTED
M. X M X X X 'X X X X X X X X X X
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Kauai, Feb.
27. Sir. Young, II. P. Faye, H. Isen
berg, John T-'assath, H. W SI. Mist,
J, Lennox nnd child, SI, J, Perclrn,
Sllss Belllnn, SIlss Sledelros, SIlss
Wclnzhelmer, W. Fisher, J. W. Pratt.
J. I. Sllva and wife, Tun Wo, Yap Sen
filau, B. Curler, E. Chang, E. Omstcad,
II. Brims, R. Johnstone, J. W. Prntt,
R. Flncho, A. Cnoovulre, Dr. J, Pluto.
(Continued from Pace 1)
ono field of 88 acies which was not
finished until tho latter part of Octo
ber, 1907. This last field planted Is
on now land and Is ut tho highest el
evation on the plantation and Is sit
uated In a very uwkward placo to
get at. ?'ho urea of this crop' Is tho
largest we havo carried yet and un
der favorable conditions will yield us
from 24,000 to 25,000 tons of sugar;
this of course includes tho Gay &
Robinson Holds. With but few ex
ceptions all our fields for this crop
havo got a splendid start and I look
for good results and a banner yield."
For tho 1910crop Slanagpr Bald
win plans to have a total of 2,175
acres, with GOO acres of Gay & Rob
inson land. Ho further states thnt
the leaf-hopper has been kept under
control by means of tho Australian
parasito and local enemies, and that
it did little or no damage during the
-m, j n a m-
to t6 i.6 8 to ii' i it
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6 to 6 05
Last quarter of tho moon Feb. 24.
Hawaiian standard tlmo is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
tlmo, being that of tho meridian of 157
iegrees 30 minutes, Tho tlmo whistle
blows nt 1:30 p. in., which Is Uio'satno
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sua
and moon ara for local tlmo for the
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Thursday, February 27.
U. 8. A. T. Crook, Williams, from
San Francisco, 8:30 p. m.
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Thursday, February 27,
Stmr. Mlknhala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. 111.
Am. schr. Concord, llunnbelo, for
Knlaupapa, p. 111.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scnrlc, for
Wnlmanalo, 9 a. in.
x x x; x 11 x . x a. x x x x x
SAILING TODAY &
n x kj x x n. x x x x X x X X x
Stmr. Clnudlne, Bennett, for Hllo
nnd Maul iorl, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Nllhaii, Oncbs, for Annhola, G
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, 5 p. m.
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K DUE TODAY
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P. ST. 8. 8. China, Frlelo, from Yo
kohama. a XXX a a, a, X a X X) X. a, X X X
K DUE TOMORROW M
a X X X X X M a x X X X X X X X
Stmr. Kliuiti, Clarke, from Hllo nnd
way ports, a. m.
Stmr. Ltkellke, Nnopula, from Ha
waii, a. 111.
Stmr. Maul, Brulin, fiom windward
Hawaii ports, a. in.
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DUE SUNDAY ""J
if X if, X X 11 X X X x X X a" X X X
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai, n. in.
Stmr. Nllhaii, Oness, from Kauai,
.V X 3C 31 H' :: n X X K K K K 2 M u
P. SI. S. 3. Korea, from San Fran
cisco. DID DAI FOOK TAI
JUMP OVER FIRE ?
If the marriage of Dal Fook Tal
to Lul Kwnl Slu according to tho
Chinese custom wub a "haka" mar
riage, If the charming bride jump
ed over llvo lire on tho threshold of
her new home, if she picked up
duck's eggs from tho lloor to show
thnt her heart was pure; If b)io hum
bly lighted the cigars and cigarettes
of the wedding guests, then Leo Sa
Kco win have to go to Jail.
There are three kinds of marriages
among the Chinese. Of these Judge
Dole recognizes ns legal the "haka,"
a part of tho ritual of which Is that
Indicated above. The prosocutlon In
the Lee Sa Kee case Is trying to
prove that the marriage of Dal Fook
Tal and the man she called husband
was legal, even though lt is admitted
that no marriage llcenso was granted
by the Torrltory.
Leo Sa Kco Is accused of having
stolen Dal Fook Tal away from her
husband and lived with her himself.
If sho Is n married woman, tho of
fenso Is tho moro grievous. THo case
has been on before Judgo Dole for
four days, and may not bo concluded
before some time next Monday.
boats are our specialty. The boating
season will soon be at hand and yon
will heed a new boat. Let us build
it for you.
Charles D, Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alspai.
I havo disposed of my Interest In
the Wing Chong Co., King und Beth
el streets, to tho company, nnd tako
no responsibility for tho company's
acts or debts.
3937-lw YISI AH LEONG.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
Repairing Neatly Done.
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed) j
Men's Heels, 25 cents (sewed).
Corner King and River Sts. "7