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HVnNINO nUI.LETlN. IIONOMJLG, T. II TITSDAY, MAUUH JO. 1908.
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til i . l.llltM II !! I
Oceanic Second Decree.
Honolulu Commsndery Orde
of the Temole.
I i Aloha Chapter, No 3.
Ali visiting n embers of the
i . '"- inn cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODQE, V 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
M -i oieiy Monday evening at
; .in n i O O. F. HhII. Fort Utieet.
r K. HENDRY, 9ecrPt.ii
i:i:n. f. vicki:k8, n. c.
, i w.tlog bi others very cordially
b.i TIC LODGE, Ho. 2, E. of 1
Mid every fuesdny oveolns at
n lo k In K. of P. Hall, cor.
nml Huielania. Vlaltlng brotb-
i. . oi ,!(.i1lr invited to attend.
H. L. I,YI,K. CC
F. ft ALDRON. K.K.3.
AIU' LODGE. Ho. 1, K. of P.
i.M i.i'iy Fildin evening at
, is of p. Hill, corner Fort
Pi .tl.iiilu i'ltliiK brother
ill. United to .Mend.
A. O DEKRING, CC.
J A3. W. WHITE, K,n.q.
ULU LODGE 616, B. R fl.'Ej
ii Lodge No. Gin, 11. P. a
ii' t in their ball on King
l t btroet every Friday even-
m, I-1 or tbfl K K
HARRY A. V ILDEK.
itlCHAKUSON, E. It.
Wi , M. KINLEY I0D0E Ho.8, K,of P.
.'Ici- "very Saturday CYonlns tit
i .0 ii i Uc!. In K. of P. Hall, cor
to. t 'in.l Uerotonla. Visiting broth'
at, coi ill illy Invited to attend.
AV. L. FRV.FE. CC.
I' A J A CORSON. KRS.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. 0. E.
v'i,' im the 2nd and 4th WKO
Ni -' , " r.enlngs of each month t
i . i k In K. of P. Hall, corner
t ,i 1 1 .ip d Fort streets.
- i,i s Eagles are invited to at-
v l. frazee. W.. Prcst.
II r. MOOHE, Secy.
EaWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. Ms
, every first and third Thurs
i uf rach mouth nt Knights nf
. i im Mall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
J. W. ASfMI. Sachem.
A. Ii. MURPHY. C. of R.
Scr.d in your orders at once to
loe Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto.
llic Finest Workmanship on .the
Liave your order now for Chinese
K- Year. .
HVel St., bet. Alakca amlSmith.
011, 1 SAY!
a - you seen my new show-cases
storK with a King's ransom of gold
ornaments and glittering gems? And
the uni.es are so low that it's a
sluine 'pon my word it is.
lulS NUUANU NEAR KINO.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
makes good signs.
Japanese Curiosj, Silk Kimonos,
Shiits, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET HEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition ot the Evening
Bulletin e'ves a caniRltle summary hi
rite ncvvi of the day. '
fef seiiSaeeer Co,
King and Bethel Sin.
Don't Throw Away,
That Old Hat
There is lots of good wear
in it and yon can put it in
shape for it
Oct a package of Benson's
Straw Hat Cleaner.
Benson, Smith &
POP.T AND HOTEL STREETS
TRY SOME I
It will build you up S
CHAMBERS DRUG GO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
PHONE 131. 8
juckv iifv-MMfj vaPHti-rrasT i .. i--; . uc vx.uj j.
Terrard Rcnaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Oheese
. M. LEVY &
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Repairing of Shoes
We have the machinery
and the workmen to do the
very best repairing of all t
kinds on ladies' and gentle-'
men's shoes. Just give us
a try and be convinced.
MEN'S SOLES and HEELS . .$1.50
LADLES' BOLES and HEELS. .$1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1110 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 5G7.
Eft- BULLETIN ADS. PAY "CJ
an sTM a
LOCAL AND GENERAL
' Few people know or care what you
have to offer or what you seekfl until
you tell them about it in a Bulletin
Piinnma hats cleaned gt tlio (Jlobo.
Phone 453 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
lllns up Scolty's when you want n
good auto ride, l'lioiic 107. ' '
Putnam Health Pills innlio rich
blood, 50c n pnekngo. Try tlicnt.
Bulletin Husincss Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
T. J Klnjt who linn boon scrlutiel
111 roi some daB iiast. Is now tenner
In; Mstllc Uiilce No. 2, K of 1'. will
irm-t in l of P llnll thin ovt'lilnR at
Cimil CatmiPa No. 81 10. A. 0 !'.
will nivct In San Antonio Hall tit 7 :"
Kxeelaliir LoiIro No. I, I. O. O ! .
will meet In Odd FelloWM' Hall tht
i'iiIiik nt 7:30.
Tui.o your uarrlnffo or autontobilc
ti Hawiiian Corrlaso Mnnfy. Co. fur
.lock StollliiR. for KrWTill "ir,
hgiikkiv per f(u lohn Noll, Is 111 In
(he Queen' lloapllal.
"Drink and the world drinks wth
you." The Honolulu world Ii ctrlnl.
Inn at tbc Kihlnn ealloon.
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spc
nalty Co., Ltd. Thone 143.
rue uwi uigar is inn mont iiopuini
flveKTnt Rinoko In the eutmtiy. In
ropiltntlnn la OKtabllHlicd. M. A. Guit
& I'o , dlatrllnitoi'H.
If onr priMent lllitnunrtloM Ik mi
ratlafaetory, call on tlio llaft.ill.il
nieclrte Ci'iiiialiy and net ("Xlninleo
in the runt of IiiuIrIIIiir olectrleltv.
You ;'it dilleloiiK ltutternut llrdad
with i nil me.il m the Pnmi CuCi"
()i i l,u ml It horn" made and la alwnyD
In .Ii ,iii,I K"oil. Hotel Uriel near
is. William H. Cnrnwell p.illed
M'ttnl.1 by the Sberninn for Him
KiHiiii-eo. She received eelile ad
Mies of the aerloun lllneiis of a ril
I'ne Uev Screno K. Dli.linp, nbo ha
lu.i'ii contined to hli home for aeveral
i, m. ihruuKh lckner.!i. u, npoiteil Ii
IiIh phalclau, Dr. Augur, (o be er'
Coptnlu P. V. Krugof the Twciuieili
Iriuiiii. nho hiih bien Ktulloueil at
Fort Shatter foi some time, with 111-
lkJ, nailed bs the flllri llian cstei-
lii for 3an FnineNco
The Prudential UN Instance Com
pail) lis mnkliig a li.'Uur leenril eve.
, r fit Bixd manngeiiient and fo,
lair ireatniiut of Iti polio haldem. The
H.-iwailati TrilKt Co., l.til , ugenta.
All the Eteamahlim that carry oithe1-
frelKht or itaaxenevrii bciiks the Pa.
elfic ocean use Tnnsan watr nlmorl
exclusive!. Why? Decause It la th
belt mineral water on the market.
Our looie leaf luemorandttm boukk
ar Jmit the thlug you want They are
liaiulhoine, ronviniunt. and durabb
Uoinid In Russia leather. Tile 11a
w.illnn Nous Co., Ltd., Yoimp llldg.
Rubber goixlt; keep while in ue. bill
deteriorate rapidly In tbla cllmat
wl'en kept In btock. We have u freith
lo ,n from the Alnmcda. All sorts of
toilet articles. Holltnter Dru, Co,
Carbonizing Coating U tocopnisert
ny many rau.'nau companies ana i true
.iirul siiglneers as the atnndaid pro
i.itl'.i, for Iron and steel It seals the
IMircfc against rust and corrosion. Iew
cis & Cooke, Ltd.
Frank I.ll'ls bega to acquaint lib
patrons and friends that ho la no
longer uiunected with the Union Hao
Stand. Leave orders for anyone of
Ills inn niaclilnes with tho Territorial
Messenger .Service, Phone 301, ntiy
hour, day or nlghL
Criminologist Button of the Attorne
Oeuerara Dopartmont loft for IIllo to-
daj to reprefent that depaitmeut he
fore Hie Orand Jury that eonvenoa o.i
March 10. From present appearances
(hero will be little business for the
Jui men to attend to.
It now seems llkoly that in addition
to the McKlnley statue and llbraij at
Hi neu High School, a Kcience depart
ment iiKi also Uu equipped and en
(lowed with the memorial funds. It
Is thought Unit $.",00 and from $."u lo
$1111 pet eir will be milllcloiit.
Clio Yin. n supposedly Insane Chin
esn, jestpiday ntloruron stubbed one
You Kolig on board Hid Mnru. Cboy
V In vina taken on board the vessel by
trleuds, of vvlilcli his let im wna one.
it being Uieir iutentlou to scud lilm
back to China. Hu was placed fu lliu
hands if the iiolleo
A Hue spirit of (omrndeslilp has
been shown by the employes of
YYlchman, who have subscribed n
I ii ml for the hcnoflt of ((.(. Miulclni
one of tholr fellow-workers, who lost
all his belongings In tb6 111 o uu
Punelibowl last wee!..
Among (ho passengers oxpentcd
from IIllo by the Claiidtno on Thur
day next Is A. A. Izboll, mi expert
wIicIoes olertrlrlan. who will test the
HjHloiu of (ho loenl wireless conipain
Willi n low to lucrcnslug.lts elllclen
ev. Mr. Izbelf has been the manager
of tho Mnssey wireless system uu tho
Sl soldiers of (he Twentieth In
funny, Ion Shafler, ssPod vestordey
by thti Bliermau to enUr on u ihrre
months' course of Instruction In the
School of Musketry at the Presidio ol
.uoilii-ruy. i uuy uru .jiiiuev ' uiivi-,
Wyntt Cooper, Jntnes II. Alllos, nrn
est 3. Hallsbury, Charles Mayer, i: 1'
ward I). Halett nnu Raymond T.
Col. Joseph It. McLaughlin of Sent
ilo, who is slopping at tho Young. In
speaking of tho Aliikca-Yukon-Paelftc
Emioi Itlon, which will be hold at Beat
tie, Washington, opening Juno 1. ami
closing October 15, 150!), said lli.U
twelvo .largo nalaros, will form the
main part of the exposition. A bill
which paused tho Senate and will soon
pasB tho Houso provides that $700 one
be appropilated for tho buildings, one
of which will bo provided for Hawaii.
toJSsukWLui' iAvBkkife.1. til. tnv J.. i,', il,aBUuV,Ji 1, UnU;.ttitij. AZiok "iaii V . 'a, . AJik ,.u 'vjM. itV,m AlA uii, Jtu , .'. ia iSi..,' . m
YOU OWE ME
n visit and you owe it to your eyes
You go to the dentist every six
months to be sure that your teeth
are all right; or you should, if you
HOW ABOUT YOI'R EYES? Would
you rather lose n tooth, or nn eye?
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v-lth their new FRCNCH dry cleaning
253 Deretanla St. Phono 143!.
HBNVIJH, Colo March U. Til jury hus bcou completed for the
tilnl ot GtiUoppe Alio Lhe unurclilst who Killed leather Leu Hclnrlchs, bh
lerlor of tlio 1'i.inelwan iniiiiUNlcry, In this city on Fehriuuy VI.
Either HclnililH was shot by tho Italian nnnrtlilsl whlo ndmlnlN
tyrltiB tho sacrament .it inrly mass In St. Kllzuliqth's Church. Kneelltig
at tho nltnr rail lniw.en two women, (luliscppo Alio pressed Uiu muzzle
el a lovoher again t the body ot tie in but after having lecclved from
lilm' tho couEeeriitnl water, and shot the clergyman through tho heart.
Kxrt.itmlng "M i.inl, Mv Cod," IVthcr Leo roll prone in front ot tlio
altar and illod without lKterlng auodier wind
Near Magdaleoa Bay
irom the lleet coiim
March 2. .
Tho irilCHtloii nt wliclhor the Fleet oi nil of (he biittlchlps will
visit any of the Jipntmu ports after tho nrtlvnl or (ho llotllla In Ori
ental water has mu .m el been coutldered b the nuthorltles heio.
LIMA, Pom. M.i
KING ALFONSO SEEKING HEALTH
.MA DUIl), Spul'i d.iuli !i King Alfunso has gono lo Ilaieelona'on
Ills way to Africa, wheie be will leiiialu soino tlmo on account ot his
health. Ilo nails on Wednesdu. Queen Vlctoila will icnuilu in Ma
drid. i i .smia t-a." "tt'" ' '
" VENEZUELAN TROOPS MUTINY
CAUACits; "yenezuelii. March 9 The troops stationed In the bar
racks here mu tin led on Mniib 3. tietieitil Mesa was killed by the muti
neers, who woro duelled uftei a munber of their patty had been shot.
,aC -ll I '
CLIFF HOUSE OF CONCRETE
SAN FRANCISCO. Cnl . March U The executrix of tho Sutro es
tate proposes the reconstriu tlon of the Clin House, destroyed by tiro some
months ago. This tlmo the hotel will be of (oucrctc.
VAI.P RAISO, Chile. M.iuli !
purchased tho Port Coloso lalluud,
-price paid wao ?12,000,()0
HAVE NOT ENOUGH
(Continued from Pr.ce 1)
sum of lb, 000 for thij pmiiose of
purchasing ii nil laying an S-lmh pipe
which would lncrcato the Settle
ment's water supply. The iont.net
for the pm chiiso of the pipe was not
mndo till .May 10, 1907, and, con
trary to the usual custom, tho unox
pcmlod appropriations in tho loan
bill lap.od nu May 1, Instead of oil
.liinu III, ai cording to the usual cusr
The last Legislature cut the ap
propriation down to SIL'.OIIO, which
piovod to bo enough to buy tlio pipe
and distribute it along tlio proposed
llnebiit that vvns all. Now the sot
(Ibmont must go without u sulllclont
supply or w.itor until more money for
the work can bo obtained.
In the iieantlmu the Marine Hos
pital Service men, who are building
(ho Leprosarium, havo asked for wa
ter, but It was necessary to rofuso,
and mil a few days ago n llko io-
Qiiest for a supply ffir tho lighthouse
was also tin nod down. The iSimrd of
Health nuthoiltles, however
given the. l'edeinl (lovarnment tho
ueo of n big spring, located In AVnl
kolii Vnlloy, which, It Is estimated
will furnish a supply ot nearly I,
(1(10,(1(10 Billions por day, nnd this will
ho used for tho Loptosarlutn.
It will bo u big (oiitnlct to pipe
this water down, of roiiibo, and
the lighthouse supply tu enniu from
the same souieo will entail tho build
ing of a pipe lino nearly threo miles
'long It Is possiblo that this may
menu that the completion of both
Federal Jobs may he dnlaed for
ome time on this account. If tho
I II4H ,4 .. I 14 .4.1WIW. I h .
rt, Most Excellent Assortment of
HIE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
KING ST. PHONE C25.
. a )i
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS,
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORfi
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND
TORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. C:2 II'.'UANU.
Murderer Of Priest
Information has been
that MniMiilenu lhi .will be
SAILS NORTH J,
h !i. The Anieilian torpedo fleet sailed for
An Anglo-Auiotlcnu syndlcalo has
which selves the ultuito llelils, Tho
Territorial pipe was laid. Instead of
Icing distributed over' tho giound
there would bo plenty of wnter for
all from this source.
WATER SUPPLY IS
READY FOR ARMY POST
Insldo of tho next few dayi,
Iho water shppl at Fort Shatter will
be taken from tho now 3,000,000 gal
lon reservoir which has Just been com
pleted under Iho, contract with Fred
iiuulson. The orl( of pumping Uu
big receptacle full has alieady been
commenced nnd It now cumulus 1,1 the
in 1','hborhood of lim.ot'O gallons. The
w-oik on the entire rontrnct will bu
conipliued by the tenth ot next month
i.iid then the now army post will have
pioteetlon from llio, which has limn
almost entirely lacking up to this
The big rcturvnir is now being filled
for the purpose of testing, but as soon
as this has been done tho vvntei which
II contains will bo used for general
pin poses mound the post. Willi
plenty of wutor available for different
uros It Is ilkdy that the post will sonu
1'iosenl a fur dirrerotiL aspect froir
llu.t wliieii m.tv, be wen nt prewnt, as
tho nuuy people are always fond of
making their homes beautiful vvhou
READY IN ADVANCE
It is stated that (he Hoard
Health Is prcpailng to light
, lltll4fllt,4 ll,,4l 444l.Fl,! ,,uutl.l olnll
...... v.. ..v ...4. "Ilh'4. 4 ,."a 1 II , J VOIb
(his city. An agent of tlio Hoard ot
Health will be appointed In every
block which has blx in nioro build
lugs nnd who will bo able to tnko
charge should uu epidemic break out.
Tho work of platting tho city In this
wav is uudor the charge of Mr. Pratt
.mil cun als( bo used In caso of an
outbreak of plague.
uipldly nnd ovor two hundred rodents
ii week nio boltig captureil, though
not u blirglo nnu has been found to
bo Infected slnco hist August.
T1IK 1NTEIMBLAN1) HOAT Klnail
miIo.i t iiooi) today for nilo and Ha
waii ports. She hits on board n huge
iiumlK-r or touilsts who aro going to
the volcano. Her passenger list was
lull and there was the usual amount
of local ft eight on hoard.
!ij 1E1 PORTS
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
i ' Monday, March 0.
I (IIUYS HARHOR Sailed Match Ii:
'ehi Andy Mnliiiney, for Honolulu.
t. s MIAN'CISCO Sailed March 7.
II. S. B. Columbian, for Seattle.
Tuesday, March 10.
. i Fit ANC1HCO Soiled March 10.
P M. H. 3 Siberia, for Honolulu.
. O Arrived March 9:
m. 3. 3. l.uterprlse, from San
i V, W, X x K C K M l M X 3? X
i WATERFRONT NOTES '
;ni 1C If t X 'If it n. x X X 3 V. X 5(
CAPTAIN'RED .MATHIIISON. who
piloted tho hark IrniKprd In finni the
ilghtchli Sntiirday, was the Inst, pilot
in lenxe the pilot bout America. As
he Willi oler tho hchooncr'a side lie
ordend tho crow lo lake tho America
"I'll tell them you'io coming," he
The Iimgniil has n reputation for
speed and had come up from Honolulu
in 14 ifas A wind that might have
been oiilered especially for (ho Inn
Bar, I was blowing and the lido wan
In the speedy wliidjnmmer'u favor
Iho America, liowcicr, has u pair ot
heels of Its own. lliirill had Matlile
ion reached the Irmgnrd's deck (linn
Cnplalu Clitlsllnu&oii of tho Irmgard
called his ntletitlou lo tho America.
"What's going on?" asked Chrlstl.m
Him. "n bnlloou tiM-cindon?"
Mnlhlexon glanced over nt (he
America All hands were busy getting
hall on the schooner. Every sttlch
(hat (he America's slicks would stand
was soon set and drawing, and the
trim little schooner, deck half sub
merged, began to slip through the
water like u thing bewitched. When
(he Itmgard loiindeil (ho fort Captain
Mathlcsnn, looking through a pair of
inarlno glasses, discovered Iho Amur
lea coining (o nu anchorage off Mclggt
'WHIM: KNTKIIIXd tho port of Sa
linn Cruz with a cargo of 11,000 lont.
of Hitgar fiom Hawaii, the American
Hawaiian steamer Columbian went on
the mud nnd stuck fast for sover.i.
hours. Captain Colcord and hli now
eshisted by the tugboat Ramon Corral
filially got the Columbia Into deep
water, but In doing so the rudder post
wa bent out of position tuont do
green and the propellers ihim.lged
The Columbia arrived heio yesterday
nine ilnvs fn.ni S.illn.i Cruz, via Han
Dies", and niechanlcs weio nt unci
unpioyod to repair the diimiKe. The
Colitmbln brought ,"..'00 tons of fi eight
Including n large quantlly of structur
al steel. Cantaln Culcord reports that
u gigantic dredger capsized In tho liar
bor of Snllna Cruz during u recent
gale. Coast Hies.
The following decrees to registered
lands have been signed by Judge
To Oswald St. John Gilbert, Alex
ander C. Dovvhctt and Lee St. John
Gilbert, for land at Lualualci, AVnla-
nno, Onliu, containing nu urea of 1,
029 ncics, subject to n pasturage
agreement with tho Dovvsctt Co.,
Ltd., and a murtgago to L. L. Mc-
To Frank K. Howard, for a lot nt
Nowowehl and Kceaumoku streets,
Honolulu, containing nu urea ot sev
en and 17-100ths acres.
To Sophlo IC. Walker, for n lot nt
the nmth corner of llerctauia nvenui)
uud Punchbowl btrcct, Honolulu, con-
inluing an area of 10,51 1 tquaro feet.
To John Wulker, for n lot between
Queen and Knvvalahan streets, hav
ing nn area of 20,000 squnro feet.
(Continued from P?ae 1)
Ilarpo went on u drunk, however, nnd
theiefoio failed to carry out this
KChetno. Tho boldlor to whom ho had
given tlio gun pi decoded In tlio Shop
man. This morning the military author
ities got wind of tho ttato ot facts
described above. They immediately
enlisted tho aid ot tho Naval Station
wireless apparatus, nnd all this morn
lug messages havo been Unshed after
llio Sherman glvlilg Instructions to
apprehend tho man with the gun and
to get the weupdn nwuy from him.
Tlio efforts to reach tho transport
wero not successful this forenoon, but
tho operators havo not as yet given
up nil hopo of reaching llio vessel.
in the second caso tho pollcu .were
tho ones who availed themselves of
the Naval Station wireless thtougli
tho courtesy ot the naval nuthorltles,
Aesletday nfieiiioou one of the sail
ors of thu Edward Sowall reported
that hu had given between J.10 and
StiO to a hhlpnmto to 1cop for lilm,
nnd that this gentleman had skipped
out with the money In tlio Sherman.
A wireless ashing that n scaich ho
mado on boaul thu U'sol for this man,
was sent to thu (r.inspoityesteiilay
afternoon, nnd was ietelvod in good
Papers havo been riled in tho' cir
cuit Coui t for tho dlvoico of Rachel
Culleii Ilo Chin, u Hawaiian- woman
who married Cullen Ho chin, n native
of China, less than a year ugo. Ac
cording to her story they Hvod togelli
er for only threo inuulhs anil then tho
husband descried her and has slnco
left for China In tho meantime he
has utteily failed to provide for her.
As thq whereabouts' of tho mlsblng
husband aro known, tho papors will
bo berved on him in his homo In tho
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I'list (matter ot tho moon Mar. I).
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
legrees 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is tho sauio
ns. Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
ami moon aro for local tlmo for tho
X X M X X ! K X X X X X X X X X
' DEPARTED X
x x x x x x x x x x .x x x x x it
Mondny, .March 9.
T. IC. IC. S. 3. America Mnru, W. ii.
Fllmer, for Yokohama, 9 p. m,
U. 8. A. transput t Sheimiiu, HriiKtil
(no, for Snn Francisco, d p. in.
Slnir. ICe All Hon, Tullell, for
Tuesday, March 10.
Stmr. ICInau, Claike. for Hawaii
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' '5'' SAILING TODAY X
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SUm. Ivvnlani, Self, (or Maul tind
Moloknl ports. r p. m.
Stmr. AV. (J. Hall, ThompRon, Tor
ICattal Hirts, S p. m.
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O. 3 3 Alameda. Dowdell, for San
Francisco, lu 11. 111,
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K PASSENGERS ARRIVED
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Per 3 S. Kasalo Mnru, fiom Callai.
vlaich 9. Foi Yoknhnmn. Mr. Chow,
Y. ICnwamiir.i. M. Shlndo.
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PASSENGERS nF.PATiTF.n x
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Per stmr. Klnail, March 10, for IIllo
and way ports. H. I. Maxwell and
wife, V. AV. Wolcolt, I), K. Kguclil.
Mis. M. Rowland, Miss Jessie' M.
Scott, JI. MuthevvFon and wife, Mrs.
A. M. AVilson. C. M. Lnvstcd. F. L.
Winter. 1). IL Murdoch, T. Ii Wall.
V. 11. Hooks, Miss Kate Cornwell, II.
It. Ilryant nnd wife.
Per V. S. A. T. Sherman, for Son
Francisco, March 9. Captain 1 V.
Kong uud wife, Noal It. AVilson, J. p.
Stanton, Mrs. AV. II. Cornwell. James
Davis. Wyntt Cooper, James II. Miles,
Ei nest S. Salisbury, Charles Mayer,
fidwaul D. Hiilott. Raymond T. Searlo.
Per T. IC. K. S. S. America Maru, for
Iho Oilent, March 9. F. D. Terry, It.
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PASSENGERS BOOKED W
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Per S. S. Alameda, fur San Fran
cisco, March 11. Mrs. AV. T. Feller,
Miss McGregor, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. G.
Dawson. T. C. Johnson, .Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. J. Abel, Mrs. Ii M. AVntbon nnd In
fant, J. G. Morgan, 1). H. Palmer, Dr.
C Ramus, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coolcy.
J. Oswald l.utted, J. P. Morton, C II.
Ration. Joseph Miller, II. F. Doust.
Per btmr. AV. O. Hall, March 10. for
Kauai C. L. Real, Mr. and .Airs. Fair
child, Miss McFarlano, Mrs. High.
Per stmr. lwalaul, March 10, for
Maul and Moloknl Dr. 13. F. Phillips.
1). L. A'an Dine.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu, T. II., March 7, 190S.
PEARL HARIIOR. OAHU, T. H.
Tripod Jtooli Iluoy 7, n Sml-clnss can.
leiiorted ndrlft Match -I, was replaced
Ily order oPtho Llghthuuso Hoard.
J. F. CARTER,
Ltcutennnt-Comniander U, S. N., As
sistant to tho Inspector of tho 12th
SAN PAULO HAY, CAL.
Nollco is hereby given that Ban
Pablo Dredged Channel Huoy, Nji. 9,
iv black lst-class cm, w'.ls established
February 27, In 25 feet of water. In
place ot Snn Pablo liny Channel Rea
son, No. 9, canlod uway. Mato Island
Light-house, Nli 1-2 ii; Point Refug
io AVluirf, right tangent. BE by K3S
Ii! East Iliolher Ishiud Light-houbo,
SSW 3 8 AV.
San Pablo Diedged Channel Huoy,
No. 15, heiutofore rciioited adilft, was
leidacod February 27.
South Vallojo Huoy, No. 2, 11 red
first-class nun, was established Feb
ilinry 27, In 18 feet ot water, In plnro
of South Vullclo llor.cnn, uJtrled uway.
Pope and Talbofti AVh.irf, lort tan
Kent. NE 7 8 Ii; Magaluu A'Jharf. left
tangent, SF. C-R S.; Commission Hock
lieneou, NW 5-S W.
Commlsblnn llocl Huoy, n red 2nd
clans nun, 'wns iinmibercd "I", Fell
1 nut y 28.
Ily onler of tho Llghthouso lliiard.
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Coat your Iron inofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surpilbod at Its cuoline
nnd prcservallvo propeitics. California
Feed C6., tigents. ' '
If sufficient orders are received I
will, build a 22-foot auto launch, with
a 4-cycle high-grade gas engine, com
plete for $225. V
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works, I
King near Alapai,