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BVEN1NQ nPM.BTIN. HONOLULP. T. I.. WKDNE3DAV, MAH. .11, 1D0S ,
Oceanic Second Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Orde
of tlie Temple.
Lei Aloha Chapter, No. 3.
All vlsltlog members of die
order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets Giory Monday evening at
7:30 In 1. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Shct.
K. It. HUNDItY, Secretary.
1IKN. F. VIOKHUS, N U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I0D0E, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
:30 o'clock In K. of I Hall, cor.
Fort and Ueretnnlc. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
". L. LYLK. CO..
F. WALUHON, K.U.3.
OAHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of I1. Hall, corner Fort
and llcrctnnl.t. Visiting brothois
cordially Invited to attend.
a. a. ni:i:uiNo, c.c
ja8. w. wiiiri:, K.n.s.
BONOIULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge, No. C1C, U. P. O.
K., will meet In their hall on King
Bear Fort street overy Friday oven-
tng.- ,. i ,
lly' older ot the E It.
HAItUY A. WILDKIl,
P. B. IlICHAllDSON, a. 11. ,
Wra. W'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.cf P,
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clocl:,ln K. of P. Hall, cor,
Fort and IJerotnnla. Visiting broth
t cordially Invited to nttend,
W. L. FKAZED, C.C..
K. A. JACOUSON, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month ,at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Uerctanl.i and Fort (streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
W. L. FRAZUE, W., I'rcst.
H. T. MOORI3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets evory first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to nttend.
J. V. ASCII, Sachem.
A. Si. MURPHY, C. of It.
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.
OH, I SAY!
have you seen my new show-cases
stock with a Kinir's ransom of cold
ornaments and glittering gems? And
the prices are so low that it's a
shame 'pon my word it is.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KINO.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Tho Weekly ESItlon of the Evenlnfl
Bulletin gives a complete summary it
vrio newj of the day, '
K, H p I
I Folding Carts
King and Bethel Sts.
Don't Throw Away
That Old Hat
There is lots of good wear
in it, and you can put it in
shape for a
Get a package of Benson's
Straw Hat Cleaner.
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING BTS.
Fcrrard Renaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Cheese
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Repairing of Shoes
We have the machinery
and the workmen to do the
very best repairing of all
kinds on ladies' and gentle
men's shoes. Just give us
a try and be convinced.
MEN'S SOLES and HEELS. . . .$1.60
LADIES' SOLES and HEELS.. $1.25
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR
1119 UNION ST. P. 0. BOX 6G7.
DBT- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -RJ
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Few people know or care what you
have to offer or what you leckil until
VAn tell thflm ftlinnt if in a TlnliAtitt '
jwi wa Hivilt (tuvuft Aft i UVW14
l'aiianm hats cleaned nt tlio (Hobo.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Hood mean nt the Alexander doling
Cafo nt popular prtoes.
Mng up Scotty'B when you uint a
good nuto ride. I'liono 107.
l'utnnm Health Pills nuiko rich
bloodj 60c. a package Try them.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Taku your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manty. Co. fur
"Prink, and the world drinks with
you." The Honolulu world Is drink
Ing nt tho Fashion snlloon,
Gonnai! Lutheran Church, Pastor
Fenny, 7.30 p, m., 1'nsBhins Audncht.
Oerman Church Committee.
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. Phone 143.
IJ. W. Sutton, of the Attorney (Sen
cral's oince, did not lcnvo for llllo by
tho Klnau as has (icon repot ted.
J. Alfred Mngoon bus been eonllned
to his bed for tho pant ten daya by
o painful Illness. Ills condition Is lui
Lost, a red horso with saddle and
bridle, Monday evening at Kaplolaul
Park, Under pleaso report lu Xliil-
Has light Is superior to and cheaper
than any other light. Talk to thu Ho
nolulu (las Co., Ltd., about distillling
It In, your houso.
Nellie O'Rourkc, daughter of James
O'Hourke, dnd for koiho tltno u school
teacher at Olaa, was lecently married
In San Francisco.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You vlll bq surpilsod nt Its cti'illni',
and preservative properties. Callfurnln
Food Co., agents.
Thcro will bo a special meeting of
Oceanic Lodge No. 371, F. and A. M.,
nt 7:30 o clock this evening. Work in
tho second degree.
J. II Hlgglns of tho United Stale
Agi (cultural experiment Station re
turned yesterday by tho Maul from
the Island of Hawaii.
Cc(M llalstead, tho eight-year old
bon of Frank llalstead, broke his arm
last Sunday by falling from a tree at
tho fnmlly residence.
Emily, tho youngest daughter of J.
A. Ma goon, fell from u mango trco
yesteidny afternoon and broke tho
limes In one of her arms.
Tho opening wck of the Spring Mil
linery display has begun nt Misc. Pow
er'o Inllllnery pnrlnrs,,Uo.itou building,
with' a big rush of shoppers.
C.istlui & ,Coqke have received r
tablegrnto stating that tho steamei
Hllonlnn left San Francisco for Hono
lulu this morning ou schedule time.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fnlrchlld re
turned yesterday to Knual by the Hall.
Mrs. Fulrchlld has been here for tin
Floral Pnrndo and tho Mardl Clan
bull. ' -
I)r. !:. V. 1'hllllps niul n, I,. Van
Dine went to Moloknl yestcidny by tho
Iwalapl., Dr. l'hllllps Is tho beo ex
pert -and goes to look ocr tho nplarlet
thcre. Ten tnllllons ot working men tak
their dally glasa of beer to refresh
them and give lliem renewed energy.
They need It. Wlint you need In
Pi lino Ilecr.
Six pines carried by Wtdlsd'argo In
Chicago on February 25, an I veil there
yesterday In lino condition, n cable
gram to that effect tuning been re
Tho HI Fnleucla mild Havana cigar
Is more popular now than ever before,
because smokera are becoming more
paillcular about what they smoke.
Hnysclden Tobacco Co., Ltd.
Tho first small weekly payment on
a Victor Talking Machine puts It In
our homo, A small weekly payment
keep3 It there. 'No need to go mutde
hungry. Ilcrgstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Oct your Lenten Seabon groceries at
Henry May & Co., Ltd. They have a
full line of fish, clams, and oysters In
tins, and salmon, herring, codfish, nm'
mackerel In bulk. All varieties cf
Fled Church has ncccpted tho
agency for Tansnu water for the Ha
waiian Islands and will shortly open
up ofllces In the Wavorley Dlock. In
(ho meantime ring up 171 and place
Harold M. Uennctt, representing the
Storeo-Travel Co., ot Now York, 1h lu
town. Ho Intends taking a scilcs of
photographs of points of Interest
throughout the islands for bale to lec
turers nud nowspapcr syndicates.
Frank Llllls begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that ho Is no
longer connected with tho Union Hack
Stand. Lcavo orders for anyone of
his two machines with tho Torrltorl tl
Messenger Service, I'liono 381, any
hour, day or night.
When Manna ea, tho now flagship
of thu Inter-Island fleet urrlvos from
San Francisco on Thursday or Friday
next, Queen Lilliioknlnnl will bo one
Of tho first passengers to go to llllo
on tho maiden trip. An application
lias been mndo ami nccoiumodntlons
will bo reserved for Her Majesty by
tho steamship officials,
T. Ota, u now Jupancso Ulovo Con
sul to work lu conjunction with Con
sul General Salto here, will soon ur
ilvo from Japan. Mr. Otn Is a well
educated gentleman and his useful
ness will bo greatly appreciated in u
tmall community llko Hawaii ncl,
where thoro Is a large mimbor of Jni
aneso subjects, whose business Inter
ests nro great.
In response to a motion mndo be
fore Jmlgo Do Holt this morning, 11
M. Isonberg was ro-nppolntod to the
position of executor ot tho cstato of
Honry Aloxandor Ibeuborg, from which
ha had resigned. It was set forth that
ho had resigned, behoving thnt tho cs
tato was settled, whcienn it may take
several years beforo that point will
bo reached. Another teason given
was that Mrs. Virginia Isenberg, the
executrix, had left tho Territory.
YOU OWE ME
n visit and you owe it to your eyes
You co to the dentist every six
months to he sure that your teeth
are nil right; or you should, if you
HOW ABOUT YOUR EYES? Would
you rather lo3C a tooth, or nn eye?
a. i 'mm,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v-lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Derctanla St. Phone 140,',
Evelyn Thaw To Get Bivorce
NKW YORK. N V., March 10. llveljn Ncsblt Thaw will bring
r.ult for divorce timioriuw against llarrj Thuw on the giound Hint he was
insane nt the time of the marriage.
i u i a
JURORS TO TRY HITCHCOCK '
NKW YORK. N. Y., March 10
the trlab of Actor Hitchcock,
) i , i
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March , 10. Former Major Schmlts! has been
relcascuTim S 13". 000. ball.
LYNCHED FOUR NEGROES
MOIIIl.i;, Ma, March 10. Four
Tho greatest menace to woman's
pcrmnncnt happiness In life is tho
suffering that comes from soma de
rangement of the feminine organs.
Manv thousands ot women have
realized this too lato to save their
health, barely In time to save their
Tq bo a successful wife, to retain
tho lovo and admiration of her litis
bandshould bo a woman's constant
If 'a woman finds that her cner
glesaro flagging, that nhogotu easily
tired, dark shadows appear under
her eves, eho lias backache, liend
nqhc, iwarlng-down sensations, ner
vousness, Irregularities or the
"blue," sho should start at onco to
build up her system by n tonic with
spcoitlo, powers, such as
Lydia E. Pinkham's
thogrcat woman's remedy for womnn'sllls, mndo only of roots and lfcrbi.
It'curcs Female Complaints, such ns Dragging Sensations, Weak
Haclc, Fulling and Displacements, Inflammntion and Ulceration, nnd all
Organic Diseases, und In Invaluable In tho Change of Life, It dissolves
and Kxpcls Tumors nt im early stiio. Subdiici Falntncss, Nervous
l'rostrntlon, Kxhnustlon. and strengthens and tones tho Stomach. Cures
Headache,. (Jcneral Debility, Indigestion, and Invigorates tho whole
female svscm. It Is nn excellent remedy for derangements of tho
Salmon Bellies, Smoked Bloaters, f ,
Salt Mackerel, Smoked Herring,
Codfish, Smoked Salmon ;
v All In Bulk '
ALSO A COMPLETE VARIETY OF
' Fish, Clams and Oysters
IN TINS, AND A FULL LINE OF .
Fancy and Standard Cheese
OF EVERY VARIETY '
Henry May Sl Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALE 02 PHONES 22 HETAIL
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record March 10, 1908,
From 10:30 a. 111, to 4 p. m.
David Kiiohl and wf et al to L U
.innies Laird lo Lllliiokahtnl ...AM
James Laird to Lllluokalanl ...AM
I'lnneur llldg & Loan Assn ot II to
A M Oilman ltd
Ida V Waterhouso ot ul to J Al
fred Mngoon 1)
lMoneer llldg & Loan Assn of H to
J Ko.ikanu ltd
Kathleen K A Murphy and hsb to
A. Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING ST.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE i
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best C."gais and Tobacco.
x EITZPATRICK BR03.
and MYRTLE CIQAR STORE.
IiOVEJOY & GO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
i ijdjj. ouo. i ; XU!'- .
Five Jurors havo' been obtained tor
OUT ON BAIL ,
negro Incciidlarisls lynched.
n- I .-. "".J l-'.'Wlm'
Manuel !' I'etcr , D
N'alil IK) et al to Ylm Moon Slug. .L
Kaalkaula Kua et al to Sco Tat
Will Co L
Entered for Record March 11, 1000,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
II TiiUamoto to I'at Hoy AL
Kelllw.ilwalolo to A N HayHoldon.D
Young Men's Savs Soe Ltd to Mis
Knelmwahiiniil Kiilhclaiit . ...Uel
Mrs Kuehuwahanul Kuthehiiil to
J C1.irtl.-i I)
B Cullcn to Samuel 1' Kalwl ....Itol
S Cullcn to Mallo Hnlakala nnd
- DANCE- ON THOMAS.
Thursday night or upon tho arrivili
of the transport Thomas, a danco will
bo given lii honor of Col, Kdwlu II.
1 llolton and officers alVl ladles on
board. Annngcmenta have been inado
lor thu regimental band.
Fi lends of tin' Army nnd Navy and
of the Hensldo ore cordially Invited as
well as the guestB of other hotols.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
ho news of to day.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, March 9.
tl HAltllOR-Salled March D:
.'i m'. Andy Mnhoncy, lor Honolulu.
.-J i-'UANCISCO-Salled March 7:
. 11. H. S, Columbian, for Seattle.
Tuesday, March 10.
'J FRANCISCO Sailed Mnich 10.
1'. M. S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
. i.O Arrived March 9:
m. S. 8. Hnterprlte, from San
Wednesday, March 11.
AN DlFdO Arrived March 10:
A.-H. 'S. S. Arlrunau, fiom S.illnu
S3AN DIKCO Sailed Mmch ID:
A.-H. S. S, Arizounn, for San Fran
cisco. BUATTLi; Arrived March 10:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, Trnm San
VK'TOItIA Arrived March 10:
llr. S. S. Mouun, heltco Mnich II.
KAIIIILtll Sailed Mnich tl:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for llllo.
KAltM.l'l Aiilwil Mnrch 11:
Am. S. H. Santa Itlln, rrom I'oit liar
ford. 1IILO Arrhed March 10.
A.-H. S S. Texan, fiom Kahultil.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 11:
Am. S. S. Illlonlan, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed March 11:
Dr. S. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
H K H X f. X A C K K X )(, 3C C "Z
t WATERFRONT NOTES
X. ,M ii )l 31 It ."I t A X R . ft A it
TUB OUKANIC COMPANY'S Bto.uu
cr Alameda Balled away Ibis mornlnv
for tho Coast with her usuil well
filled passenger Hut. Among those
ln left was tho Klleford company,
which linn been heie for a number of
mouths. Thoy have nil gone now.
"Red" every ono known lied tacked
up the gangplank. Ho was Hiiro buck
tug tigalust heavy sens, for ho had a
lovely 'souse." Jerry Darcy. who In
headed for the Coast to play ball with
i he Santa Cruz learn In the State
I "iigui. wits a p.ipseiiger. Di. Ramus,
who hns had charge of tho U. S. Ma
rlno Hospital scrtlco here for toino
time, left 011 n vacation which will last
several months. Ho will go to New
York and all otor tho Kast, and will.
whenever possible, attend lectiircu on
surgery nud othe.- branches of his pro
fession He will return to Honolulu at
tin end of his vacation.
11 mm work
QuufloriiiasU'r Captain lliimphrcy
has leeched oiders to ntart thu pn
linilnary work of the doubling of the
barracks and other rpiailers for troops
at Fort Shatter. He spent tho entho
naj jesterday looking Into tho piellni
Ina.y aiiauirements wlileh nro In bu
made, but cannot go very far as yi-i
us ihe pliins li.it o not necn received
Tho work will follow tho Hues which
liuu' alicailj been outlined in thi
ll 11 1 lei 1 11 and will enable tho poyt
111 nccommodato eight companies 'o!
Infantry Insloai. of thu four which me
now stationed hero, lllds will be
asked In uboijt CO days. Tho follow
ing Htriicturcu will bo erected: One
bet ot quarters for Held nlllccrs, one
set of quarters for unman led otllcers,
two sets of quarters for nun-coinmls-cloned
ollleers, two banuc'ns, 0110 lav
atory for barracks, 0110 iluublo mess
room and kitchen, 0110 coal elteil.
(Continued from Fese 1)
cr creditors all accepted tho amounts
allotted to them.
In 1901 Jndgo George D. Clear Is
sued an order that Whitney pay
Uolto tho full bum of ?S70. In the
tucantlmo unolher order ot court had
been issued whereby all. tho money lu
tho estate had been cxiinusted. This
occurred through tho fact thnt a
plural wlfo ot Aht's came Into court
and showed that certain money
which was supposed to belong to the
chlnlo was really hers.
An thcro was no money lu tho
islato with which lo pay llolto when
iho last order was made, Whitney
did not comply with it and ho wait
discharged fiom his position a year
ago. At tho tlmo tho cstnto was
closed It owed him nearly $500 lu
lonimlsslons. which ho wim never
(iblo to collect. Now tho Cliciitt
Court has upheld tho order ot Judgu
Gear nnd held Whitney lu contempt
for not paying thu claim, and, un
less ho can obtain a f.ivoiablo deci
sion fiom tho Supremo Court, hu
must either dig into his own pocket,
pay tho money, or go to Jail.
The annual report of tho San Fran
cisco Youths' Directory shows that
C2 1 destltuto children were cared for
NANIWA & CO,,
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
mag.; 1?. O. Uox 775 j Tel. 327.
At PALM CAFE
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First quill lor of llio'nioon Mar. !).
llawallati stundard tlmu Is 10 lion
fits mlnnin rilouei than (Irconw lf.ll
time, being that of tho meridian or 157
iegrcos 30 minutes. 1110 iimo wnistio
blows nt 1:30 p. 111., Which Is tho biuiiu
as Grccunlch, 0 hours 0 mlnutca. Sim
and moon aro for locul tlmo for thu
n ;t x X x ; . K 5C 3t 3d . ;t .m
K ARRIVED "
Jl it K 35 it ft, ), js, li di, i 04 ,) W 8
Tuesday, fdarch lu.
Slmr. Maul, llriihu, fitmi llonolpit,
l'uualiiu ami Mctliegor.
Wedueoday. March 11.
Stmr. Claudlno. Ileiiuell, Troiu llllo
mid Haul, n. 111.
Stmr. Mlkiihala. (licyory. fiom
Kauai, n. 111.
X 30 31 ; 3i! 3 M M 3 1C ii X. .' X X
;t )(. V, X 3 3 ,t K W JS X )' 3 3t It
Tuesday. Marcli 10.
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Self, for Maul an 1
Moloknl ports, li p. m.
Stmr. V. 11. Hall, Thompi-oir, for
Knual ports, r, p, m.
Slmr. Nllliau, Oness, Tor Knual. 0
Slmr. Noenu, .Mitchell, lor Mahuko
11a, llonokaa nnd KuKiilliuelc, U p. m.
Wediiesduy, March 11.
Am. bk. Ocorgo Curtis. Ilurbert. for
San Francisco, n. 111.
IX. S. S. Al.imular Dowibll. for Ban
FimiicIkco, Hi a. in.
tr iq 3D n n . "1 if 3!' 't it ", t ifl if K
X SAILING TODAY .
n ., ;s xrntno '). a. ;t w 31 ' ;c
Am. bk. Ocorgo Curtis, Herbert, for
M 3C 35 it M it 35 Jl 31 H K 3 )C K 3d
X SAILING TOMORROW
11 X 3? 31 3t Wl l K K 31. .". If, 31 )i i K lii
Stmr. Llkcllko, Naopala. tor Ku'c-i-
lim nnd Kohalalele. S p. m.
U. S. S. Iioquols, Caiter, for Mid-
It W 3C X 3f 3t 3C 3 )i 3t X W li ( X X M
! 3(, X X H ; X :, li K 3f If, )C :i
Stmr. J. A. Cummins. Seurle. from
Stmr. Despatch, Kokerwllz, fiom
X 3 ; it K X ;i 31 it V; .sf, 3 3 X 3d
31 DUE TOMORROW
it) k u m j? 11 x : ;ii m 3r "v st x it
Slmr. Nllliau. Oness, from Kauai
Stmr. Maima Ken, I'rccnun, from
San Francisco (posalbl.i).
U. S. AT. Thomas, Lyii.im, fiom
3t 3d it, it ' K. K X 31. . 3f 3l C .". C 3I
t DUE FRIDAY J
Jt ; V S x. n. n)(X 3t 3t X 1 X
T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon, Muru, from
Stmr. Alcunn U)a, Slmersou, fiom
Ki'.u and Konn ports.
X X X 3C DC 3t X M X 3 M M 35 i K 3d
R- TO SAIL FRIDAY'
t , 31 ;i it,;; ji t n k. 3r n it 3f, 51
Stmr. Claudlno, r,riiiielt. for Maul
pints and llllo, 5 p, 111.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru, for Sail
31 M 3fl 38 It it iH X 31 Jl Jt 31 St 52 ii
PASSENGERS ARRIVED 3
Jt X X a it X X !! in X It 3(1 it X X
IVr htmr. Maui, from Hawaii and
Maui. Maich 10. J. 12. Hlgglns,
3 5S 3C K 6H to 31! X X W H X 5J
K PASSENGERS DEPARTED
S 51 X ii 31 3d Jl! X n 3t x. 51 a X X 3?
For S. S. Alameda. U r San ."ran
cl'i't). Maieh 11. -Mrs. W. T. Feller.
Miss Mctlrenor. Mr. ami Mrs II. (i.
Dawson. T. (' Johnson, Mr. mid ie.
.1. J. Abel, Mis. K. M. Watson and In
fant, J. (1, Morgan, 1). II l'alirer, Dr.
C. Humus, Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Couley,
J. Oswald Lulled. J. I. Moilou. C. II
Hulton, Joseph Miller. II. !'. Doust.
l'er Btmr. W. (1. Hall, for Kauai.
Mai eh 101'. K. Drown, C. C. Ileale.
Miss D. F. Miller, Mr. nnd -Mis. Gun go
A. Falichlld, Miss Macfarlniic. Mrs.
Hlgn, Mrs. L. Kiihhimuo. Mrs. C. A.
Illco, K. Palmer, MlbH Kuniaka. '
l'er stmr Iwnlanl, Match 10, for
Maul nnd Molokal Di. :. F. I'lillllps.
1). L. Van Dine, Father Jn.cph, Dr. V.
Norgaard. Mrs. J. Nakalcka, .1. D. Mc
Veigh, It. Naganiane.
VOHCIAN At Kapaa, Kaiiiil. Maich
0, lOOS, to Iho wlfo of F. J. Morgan,
Tariff revision iiuses Kopubllcau
leaders to hold many prcconvontlon
If sufficient orders arc received I
will build a 22-foot auto launch, with
a 4-cycle high-grade gas engine, com
plete for $225.
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapni,
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