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BVENINO nULLBTIN, HONOLUi.P.T II., VltmSDAY, MAH. 12, 1908.
MSMIC & UPlf 'BT"
WEEKLY CALENDAR 1
Pacific 8tatcd. jfi v O
Oceanic Second Decree.
Honolulu Commandcry Orde
of the Tomnle
Lei Aloha Chapter, No, 3.
All visiting members of die
order aro cordially Invited to
attenil mottoes ot tocil lodges
HARMONY I0DQE, Ni. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mouday evening at
7:30 In 1. O. O. I'. Hall, l'ort Sheet.
13. It. IIUNHUY, Sccietnry.
iii:n. r. vickhus, n g.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
MYSTIC I0DGE, Mo. 2, K. of P.
Meets ovcry Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
r'ort and Ilcrctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. I,. LYI.H. CO.,
I'. WAL.UKOX, K.K.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every l'rlday evening nt
7:30 In K. ot P. Hall, corner Fart
and Ilcrctanla. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to nttend.
a. o. di:i:uino, cc,
JA8. W. WIHTU, K.It.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, II. P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort street every Friday even
By order or the E It.
HAKUY A. WILDUIl,
f. n niciiAiiosoN, a. it.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
rs cordlnlly Invited to attend,
W. L. FKAZKK, C.C.,
H. A. JACOUSON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E."
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th Wi:i)
NUSDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Uagles aro Invited to at
W. h. rilAZUIJ, W Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs
days! ot each month at KnlghtB nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. K. MUIIPHV, C. of It.
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.
OH, I SAY!
have you seen my new show-cases
stock with a King's ransom of gold
ornaments and glittering gems t And
the prices are so low that it's a
shame 'pon my word it is.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
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 Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin fllvei a complete summary or
ihe novvi of tha day.
Mng 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
Stiaw Hat Cleaner.
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Fcrrard Renaud & Co.'s
Macaroni and Cheese
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
King St. near Metropolitan Meat Co.
Fresh Milch Cows and Fine-Bred
Young Island Bulls.
Coyne Furniture Co.
For Fine Furniture
SJBT'Tor Rent" cards on ialo at
,.io bulletin otrica.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Few people know or care what you
have to offer or what you scckfl until
you tell them about it in a Bulletin
Panama lints cleaned at tho Otobo.
DenDiic tho best chewing rum In
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Kins up Scott) 's when you vinnt n
good auto rldo. Phone 107
Putnnm Health Pills mako rich
blood, Due n pnekago. Try tlicni
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Whitney X Morsh will hold n s ik
of Chlldrcu'ii Wash dresxen next Mon
Tako your corrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Cnrrlago Minify. Co. fr
up to-datc repairs.
I. W. Wnldion and A Hunebcrg
will leave In the Cltiitdluo tomoriow
nftcrnoon nt r p. m.
"Iirlnk and the world drinks with
ou." The Honolulu world Is drink
Ini: nt the Fashion Balloon.
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. Phone 143.
For comfort and low pi iced onto
service telcphono Mcl.cod Phono 211
lie known the places mid tho w i to
Tansnn, the only mineral water used
In the Orient or the Colonics, Is now
to he obtained In Honolulu Ask your
ilcnler for It. '
A telcphono message to 45 the Met
rtiK)lltnti Meat Co. Md will brim;
mi at) good moats tin If j on pcniminlly
J. Lniido will vncile 111 loit street
ttoie Manh 20th mid will orcupi lit j
lintel ticet store, opposite the
Young, under his own miiiuigeinent
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
Yoti '111 ho surprised at Its cool I tie
and preservative properties. Callfornln
Feed Co., agents.
Do not forget that Uio stock nt Yee
Chan's old Bloro. 1003 Niiiianu street,
Is being sold out for less than cost
and that no reasonable offer will lie
Attomejs A. N. Kepoiknl, 1). II
Case, J. M. Vivas and i:nos Viuecht
arc booked to depart on the steamci
Clnudltic, which sails tomorrow after
noon for Maul.
We make n specially of automobile
and rarrlagc painting and rcpilrlug
Largest and host equipment In Hono
lulu. Tho Schuman Carriage Co., Mil.,
One of the most palatable, and taut)
dlthcs when you aro hungry In Ynklmn
oytlers. 'They have to bo cooktj
right to bo good, and thoy cook them
right nt tho Itoyal Annex, wlicic
"Scotty" holds forth.
Frank l.lllls hogs to acquaint his
patrons and fi lends that ho Is no
longer connected wllh the Union Mac
Stand. Leave indent for anjimo of
his two machines wllh the Tcrrllorhl
Messenger Hon Ice, Phono 301, nny
hour, day or night.
Fred Church has accepted tho man
agement for tho agency ot Taiisim
water for tho Hawaiian Islands and
will shortly open up ofllceH In tho
Win oi ley llloek. In the meantime
ring up 171 mid place your orders. It
rtosenberg, general micnts
Purser Charles Jones of the Mlka
hala repot ts tho following sugar on
Kauai .iwulllng shipment Kllniica,
CtlOO bags; Mnkce, 13,500; Koloa,
0000; l.lbno, 11G0; Hnnnniaiilu, HMO;
Kekaha, 7a9.r; Mnkuwell, 14,5'JO, (I. .V
It. C273; McUrjdu, 44,444; Onrto
Willi the many improvements which
have been made In tho National Guard
cf lato there has still been found room
for one more. This Is tho appointment
ot u chaplain, and tho souls of the
men, as well as the manner in which
they drill, will soon be u mutter o(
attention. While no older hau been
Issued In regard to the matter us jet
It has practlcall) been decided that
Iho First Regiment should lmu a
chaplain and It seems likely that the.
cloak of the office will full on tho
fchoiildcis of tho Ilevciend Simpson ol
tho Anglican chinch of this cltjv
M OFFICE INSPECTOR
Thcro are u number of people well
known In Honolulu on tho Thomas.
PoBtoltlco Inspector W. I. Miululra,
occonipanlod by Mrs. Madeira, mo par
fccngcis on board tho transport, uml
are cu loulo to tho Island ot Guam.
Inspector Madeira has been specially
detulled by tho Postmaster (lenenil
to Investigate tho postal scrvko ill
(linim, with u view of bettering the
t.tmu. Uoth Air and Mrs. Madeira
nru well known in Hawaii. Mr. Ma
del i a having served us nuslstant post
master nt Honolulu for two yours
under tho administration of formoi
iostmaBter Joseph M Oat, and as
postmaster nt Hllo for three years. Ho
wns appointed a postofllco Inspector
while holding tho latter position, uml
was detailed at St. Louis, Mo., for two
years, but is now connected with tho
Hun Francisco Division of Postofllco
Inspectors Mr. uml Mrs, Miulelia
will go on to .Manila from fluaui by
transport Sherman, which follows the
Thomas In Apill,
Judgo Hoblnson also enmo In on the
boat. He waa about tho happiest man
In thu land when his feet touched tho
toll of old Hnwnll, "Say, 1 haven t
had my feet warm slnco I left thu
country," ho cried. "When It comes
to a lino place to live, tlicni Is no
place like this country. I certainly
Bin glad to got hack " .
Among tho otlieis who stop oft here
are 15 marines for tho local corps, !l
bluo-Jackets, 43 men for thu 20th In
fantry. and two from tho 9th Cavalry
who will go to tho local marine hos
pital They are sick with la grippe.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
YOU OWE ME
ft 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 YOUR EYES ? Would
you rather lose a tooth, or nn eye?
A. N. SAME!.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleanlnn
:.in Deretanla St. Phone 143,'.
FOR LENTEN S
Salmon Bellies, Smoked Bloaters,
Salt Mackerel, Smoked Herring,
Codfish, Smoked Salmon
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 fc Co., Ltd.
1 TTTtrTT,C ATT? OO
HI I W XlUlJX3ilJJ U Vf
China and Japan Are
Discussing Tatsu Affair
PHICIN, China, Maich 11 - NegJllntloiiH between the Chinese nml
.lapaneso Ciivornments oer tho Tatsu Jliirtt uio pioeeedlng on the basis
that Japan vl)l take steps to stop the further Impoitntlon ot arms Into
China from Japan for tho iirnilng of the Chinese revolutionists.
While uiVnlttlng that she was wiong In lowering tho Japanese Hag
toin the tnp'turcd vessel and hoisting ht'r own ling In lis place, Chhm
claims tluoiuliniit the negotiating that shu has the light to confiscate
vctsels carrjlng nims and their cargoes,
ia i w
TO INVESTIGATE STOCK GAMBLING '
WASHINGTON, V. C, March 11. President Roosevelt has ordered nn
Investigation to be made Into the general question of Block-dealing, now
Hint legislation eliminating the gambling features of stock manipulations
is. being piopobcd.
More than a dozen hills framed Io limit speculation In the stock nnd
lommodlt) exchanges, by forbidding slunt selling and transactions In fu
tures have been introduced during the present hesslon of Congress, tho
prlnclp.il ono belug by Congiessniau Hepburn.
ANNA GOULD MAY HAVE HER COUNT
CHICItllOUIlO, Prance, Mulch 11.
toduy. It Is lepurtcd that tho Count
FLEET AT MAGDALENA BAY
SAN DIIHIO, CnK, March 11. Tho Fleet has nnlved at Msigdalcna
lluy nnd will remain thcro for a short tlmo for tnrget pi at lite.
f!nnt!niii1 frrtm Pniri
of the pcnplu heiu until It could bo
known definitely wlmt the pluns weie.
"Tho matter of coastwlso laws was
also taken up at the sumo meeting ami
it wns voted ns the seiiBO of Iho meot
lng that tho Chamber of Cominuico be
lcquestcd to tako Immediate action
In concert with other local organiza
tions toward securing from tho pres
ent Congress Biich nctlon as would bo
most favoiable for Hawaii.
"Hespeclfully submltU d,
"F .1 I.OWHHY,
I, t. pi:ck,
"AI.I.IIN W. T. HOTTOMI.HY."
Uiwrey sub) that the piovlslim of
tho coastwise shipping bill which
iniido tliu new net Inopeiallvo when a
new linn or nt least llireo sleanieis
was est.ihllbheil between tho Coast uml
Hawaii, was not a vury pleasing one,
nnd he moved "That tho Piesldeiit tit
Ibis Chamber be ruiucstud to ask,
with tho Piesldeiit of the Meichants'
Association and thu chairman of the
Promotion Conunlttco In cubllng to
Washington urging the passing of the
bill i elating to tho carrying of pas
sengers on foreign vessels for n def
inite number of jcars or' pending fu
ture action of Congiess."
GIITard voted against tho lesoliillou,
sulug that he thought tho action to
piolile exceptions In favor of noli
American vos;cls was iiu-Ainorieim
It wns, ho sak1, not a favoiublo time
In urgo siirh n mcanuro, slnco tho tIilu
subsidy bill was now being pushed.
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
IHE BEST "FITTERS" TN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLAHE ,
STILL STOCKS , ,
Pottie's Medicines li
IN THE MAG00N BLOCK.
SUPPLIES QF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOVEJOY &T GO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IK
PORTERS Of WINES AND
i iv. v:iu.
Annn Gould sailed for New Vork
do Sagnn Is iiImi u passenger on thu
CONSULS ASKED TO
,i iContlnued from Page 1)
lion. The mailer was lofeued to tho
Committee bu Qommeice.
T. Cllvo D.ivlos reported on tho
matter (if file lnsiiianco rates Hint
the Committee appointed to Investi
gate had Houghtv Information nt thu
bead oincos of the Insurance com
panies, but In vain, ami now advices
wero expected from A. It. Gun'ey ol
tho Hoard of Underwriters, which
would shortly bo submitted to Hit.
TIkimi pieseut were President Jut..
F. Morgan, 8eeiut.il y II. P. Wood, I.
J Uiwiey, L. T. Ptrk, W. M. Glrtuid,
H. 1) Tenney, T. Cllvo D.ivles. A. W
T. Hottomleyj K, 1. Spalding,
(Continued from Pjjjs 1),
I inn now mi a leave of absence nnd
liavo plenty of tlnfo. No; I don't
vvnijt to tulle anything uboiit my Arc
tic experiences. I nni about through
with nnythlng of that kind."
Tho Guneinl Is well on In years,
but ho Is us stiutght and uimmanil-ing-Iooklng
(is ho wns when ho head
ed great expeditions that iluicd death
In tho pel lis of the North, lie will
bo placed on the ictlicdllst ot Aimy
olllccrs' soon, piobabl) before ho ic
turns fiom his trip.
MUST PILTZ PAY
(Continued from Ptge 1)
In which ho was only ublo to go on
Hatuidny and Sunday. Ills claim Is
that ho resides on tho homestead,
wliilo tho IjiiiI Commissioner claims
Unit his icsldeuce Is In Hllo, vvheio
lie spends the larger pait of IiIh tlmo.
Douglas 11. Itlkor, a New Voile
publisher, III In bed with pneumonia,
battled for llfo with nn Infuriated
bulldog.' He (Inally smothered tho
animal In tho bedclothes.
CABLE REPORT 0F SAN
Monday, March 9.
' I1AKUOII Halted March '.
X Aiuly iMaliiinej, for llonolulu.
' l ''ItANCIBCO-SullcJ Mmrli 7.
. 'I. S. S. Columbian, for Seattle.
Tuesday, March 1.
r rUAN'CIHCQ-Sallcd March 10.
M. S H. Siberia, for Honolulu.
.() AtiUcil Match !):
lu. 9. S. Hnlcrpflhe, fn m San
i Wednesday, March 11.
UN I)li:50 Arilveil'MnichlO: '
I A. II. S. S. Atlzomm, ficnn Sntiiui
SAN l)li:qo Suited, March 10:
A. II S.'S Arb.unan, for S.in l'r.m
Cisco SUATTl.i; ArrUed .March In.
A II S. S Columbian, fiom San
VIC'IOUJ A Arrived Mnrch 10:
Dr.. S .H. Monna, hence March 3.
Ki.iPMIl Silled March 9:
A.-H. S.'S. TuMin, fo"- Hllo. ,
KaMUI.UI Arilved Mnrch II:
Am S. 9. Santa Ititn, from Purl Har
II I I.O Arrived March lor
A-H S. S Tetiin, fiom Kaliulul.
SAN ritANCISCO Sailed March 11:
Am S. 8. llllonlan, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnrch 11:
Dr. S S. Asia, for Honolulu.
Thursday, March'l2. 1
SAN rnANCIBCO ArrUcd Match 12.
Quarantfne Was Feared
But Restrictions Are
A great cheer btust frmu the tluuit
of ovei u thoiibaiiil soldier bojs oil tin.
transport Thomas this .morning out
Jido the liaibor when tho yellow Mag
denoting that tho boat wns In qnni
antlno was pulled down, livery one
feared that tho boat would bo In strict
qiiar.iutlno all dining Its stay In this
ort, uml the ijoy was great vhth It
wns found out that tho hoodoo hud
Tho boys who work for Uncle Sam
Hkcr their little vacations whenever
lliej can git them, and tinusporl stop
.vera usually afford them the bcht
kind 'of an opportunity for a good
lime. Measles nnd mumps combined,
nnd suveral cyises of each, were tin
came of nil the alarm among thu bo.vs
In blue. Thu doctors found put that
there was no further danger from the
contiiglous dlseai-cKv. and thoy theie
foio declined the quiiiaiitliio oft.
Theie are, besides the- notables on
Iho transport, about 12.1(1 enlisted men
Theio nru GG urflcers and 57 civilians
on board. The Thomas will piulubly
leinnlu hero until 'Mtindoy, though she
limy bu able to got uwii Siilunluy ar
tel noon. This is left wllh tho I'm I
Quarleininstur, Captain lluniphieys.
Twelve humlied tons of ru.il will he
taken aboard the transport here. She
carried United States mull, two ilajH
later than thu previous boat.
Tho wireless operators of the Sher
man mid the Thomas were In speak
lng distance of each other for a cnupfo
of days nnd pasted compliments back
and forth. Ono wliuless posted on
the bulletin board f tho Themis leads
us follows: "Hcganls In tho good old
Fourth' Tho 21th lnlantrj company
Is on bo-ird the Thomas. This lues
Kago Is similar to the c there i-ent out
between tho two boats.
(Continued from Pafle-D
lng the desired effect anil heavier
sentences may bo expected for this
crime from now on.
Ah Fn, who pleaded guilty to a
rhaigo of Illicit distilling, wns sen
tenced to spend six months In jail
and pay u lino ot $(1(10, ns well iir the
(ostu. Thu same sentence was given
Io tliu partner In (i line, Ah Sal. Nul,
who pleaded guilty a HKy offense,
got orr u little easier, being given
three months and u lino of ?100.
Tho sentence of Moses l.ono' was
(ontluiied tll toiuoiiow morning.
Daisy Wagner changed .her plea ot
not guilty to ono of guilty on tho
ehargo ot adultery, nnd Albert Tine
f.ooil, connected' In tho sumo case, ni
si, pleaded guilty, M. J. Colto,
i barged with carrying on a liquor
business without n Fedcrnl llronso,
pleaded not guilty, Tho plea of I'ala
on tho same tliiuge was vpntttiiicil
The converted yncht.Ilist Is Bttaii
ded at Cove Point, Chesape.iko I'.ny,
while the Viper, ii submarine, con'
Unties to stick fust In South river,
ten miles from Annapolis,
If sufficient orders arc received I
will build a 22-foot auto launch, wjth
a 4-cycle high-grade gas engine, com
plete for $225.
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal,
t-ni. p m a m
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Fltsl iiuaiter of the moon Mar. '.'.
Ilnunlltin cl ..II it 1 1 ,1 llltin 111 111 lllilirA
30 minutes slcwer lliaii (Ireeiivvlcli'.
time, being that T tho meilillan ot.157 - j
(cgrces SU minutes, 'the time whistle
blows nt 1:3U n. in, which Is Iho same
ns arccuvvicli, 0 hums tl minutes. Sun
ami moon nrc. for local tlmo fur the
JJ X li )i )( II II n, li H X M 3t ;i. )? M
" ARRIVED M
si : w V X )i k v n ; M t ) s .
Wediles'lay, Mulch 11.
: Ktliir. ,1. A Cummins, b'eaile, frum
Kiuicolie. - f
v JC )i .if. a. '. . '; f if "(. u ;, 'i( ji
k DEPARTED !
31 14 X V X. 111. ii H X . A X X t, n, ;?
T, Wednesday, Muieh 11.
Am l-ninsteit iclil. Miinlla, Gamki, (
for Aberdeen. 3 p. nl.' '
Slim. Despatch, Kokorvvllz, fo:
Kntial. v '
it ;t, , )t ) ii, t, x x k, ;? i k if if (
' SAILING TODAY
H it, if U n ;t, n iC n. t n, a r, It. f ;t
Sliur. I.tkellke. Naopala. for Kulu
Ian mid Kolialalele,' S p. in.
U H. S. Iroquois, Caitci, for. Mid
way, afternoon. "
M f 3 X X X it 3 M 5 JC ft X X K 13
'( M if K ;il H. H t n li li f if n. :
1' H A T. Tlioiu'iD,' I.yiiam. fniiu
I San Fi.iiicIkcci.
ii ii it it ;) ic ii, n id t, In w. it ;! K m
DUE TOMORROW J
K H ft )i X JV ir ;r K )i )t X X K 51
n a n ;t ii i ii it. X " n'
DUE FRIDAY 3"
iC )C X )C il K V X X X, it X a. ;
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mnru, from
Sliur .Manna Uu,- Slmcrsou, from
Kan and Kona ports.
5t ;C 3C X K X it it fl-K iS DC Sf A IC )C
x TO SAIL FRIDAY
x ii V x it, x n, x x ;t tt n x i?
Stmr. '(iaiidlno, Ilennett. for Maul
porta nnd llllii, 6 p. 111. ""
T K. K. S. S. Nippon Muni, for
H X X . in. X X H, X X a jt a, )i 5t jH
it 3t K x x x x x ii x x K it it
Per U. S. transport Thomas, from
San Fitinclbui. Maich 12. Him. W. J.
Hoblnson, Geo P. Ahum, Mil. Ahem.
A. P Illocksoiu, Mis. HlockHini. C. S.
II ibcoek. Mrs. Itabcuck nml 2 rhlldieli,
Frank W. llradeu, Ndblo H. Davvkon,
Mis Dawson nnd child, W. II. IM
waids .lr. Mrs. Kdwaids nml '.' chll
ilren F H. French. Mis. French nml -child,
Miss Mailha lAvuch, Thus.
Fianklln, Mm. Fiuuklln and 3 chll
dien, A. W. Gieeley, Mrs.. GriToluy ami
daughter, Miss Virginia Glass, Chmlos
P George, Jr., Comluey W Gelb, Mrs.
Gelb, F P. Jacobs, V7. I.. I.iihn, J. S.
Mauhull. Mrs Marshall, II. M. Mini
io, W. H. 'Iiililnnn, Thonuis A. Mac
key, Mrs. McMiirdu nnd 3 ehlldien,
Kent Nelson, Mir. Nelson, Coleman
Nockolds, Clyde 1). Parker. K. li. Pep
per. . I, Pell, Ith hud Qiilnii, Mrs.
Qulim and child. W. H. I.lo ItodiieV,'
V. G Sills, MrsrSUIs and child .lilies'
II Uil, I-. ,1 Vun Syhalck. Mis. Vim
Schalck, I, M. Walnwrlght Mrs. Inez
Sboili While. Mis. F, W. Wllfon.
Per stmr. Mlkahillii, fiom Kauai,
March 11. W. Dletz, 1) Sycerth C.
II. Ilofgamd uml wife. Miss Kinkier. F.
I: Thompson, J. A. Combs, Miss Ku
nollhuu, Miss M. Ornelhis, I.. Oiuelhih,
Jr., W. Wronii. ,M'r. Kupaliu, Mr. Nn
wall, W lonn'undMO deck. .
P XX X KX n. XV X X if Si ' iC
'it R 3' X If it X 3t JC Ji, A K If W
Por stmr. Clnudino, for Hllo ami
Muni polls, March 13 Ur. F. II.
Clarke. J. Wilder. Judge A. N. Kupol
kill, J. M. Vivas, 1). H. Oaso, Klum Vin
cent, C. C. Kenned) nnd wife, J. W.
Wnldioii, A. Iluuubeig, 1.. Hullmsh.
Per stmr Mikahula, for Kuiitil,
Muidi 12 -MIhk AbllUh, Then. Wolff,
I- A. Knudheii. Mrs. CtiKliliigb.iin. uml
Infant, A. (' .Ionian, J. II Wale, Lil
lian Akliiu, Mis. C. N Spitz. F. K.
I.)iuuii, It. lvuis,' It. M Isenberg.
HAS BEEN SETTLED
From iho Intest nirungemeu.ts, which
luou been Hindu b) Ptesldent Pink
ham nml A 1 C Atkinson, ropieseut
lng the local Japanese, thu buven Jup
nuefo lejiers from Moloknl will urilvo
luiru on the Ivvulnul Sunday moiiiliig
uml be tf-un-ferrod In the Kusato,
Main, which will le.no shortly ufler
for Japan. ' The final arrangements
weie miidc tluough Consul Salto, who
Itcelved a cable fiom his government
announcing rea"dlness to iccelvo the
mon. This was referred to Washing
ton, where tho approval of the Unltoil
States Government, was secured,
Four Jnpiineso vill still renmln lit
Knlaupup.i. though they wish to go
bick'lo their own country. Thoy uiu
siilTeiliig fiom oilier tioublos bCbldna
leiifiy, however, nnd cannot bu de
ported at present. .,
a 4 "
A brother of Senator Fornkor, a
Texas marshal, allow a Chinese to es
cape fiom custod); now ho must ex
plain to ItOObOVOlt.