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HL a BVENINfl flULLBTm, HONOLULU. T. II., SATUItPAY, MAH. II, 1903.
m 1. il g"23 LOCAL AND GENERAL IYOUOWEME
H' , a Jf V yo tell them nbout it in a Bulletin
R uccif-iY nAiPuniR il WnntAd-
Oceanic Second Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Orde
of the Temple.
Lei Aloha Chapter, No. 3,
. All visiting members of the
order aro cordially Invito! to
attend mctttngi of local lodges
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moots every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Sticet.
K. It. HENDRY, Sccrotary
IIKN. T. VICKKUS, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Moeti every 'lueiday evening at
t:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ueretnnt.-.. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. I,. LYI.H. CO..
K. WALORON, K.H.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Uerctanla. Visiting brothel)
cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEKRINa, CO.,
JA8. W. W111TK, K.K.8.
HONOLULU LODOE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 610, U. P. O.
K., will meet in their hall on King
rear Fort street overy Friday oven
Dy order of tlio K H.
I1AURY A. WILDER,
F. B. MCHARDSON, H. 11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, Z.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Deretanla. Visiting broth'
tre cordially Invited to attend,
XV. L. FRAZUB, C.C..
E. A. JACODSON, JK.R.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
Btretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZHK. W., Prcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian I(all. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttond.
J. XV. ASCII. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, G. of R.
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? And
the prices are so low that it's a
shame 'pon my word it is.
1018 NIIUANU 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.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
die news of the day.
King and Bethel Sts.
" Eats Tm Alive "
Bugine, Ant Poison,
Rough - On - Bugs
Three enemies to the wont
pests the house-wife must
THEY ARE SAFE and SURE.
They effectually work and
when it comes to the bug
"EAT 'EM ALIVE."
25 CENTS EACH.
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Fresh Milch Cows and Fine-Bred
Young Island Bulls.
Coyne Furniture Co.
For Fine Furniture
MISS POWER'S, Boston bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
.he Bulletin oince.
cards on sale at
t'aliama hats cleaned nt tlio (llnbo.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
T, 8. Kny of llllo was att arrival on
the Klnait today.
Dent) no gum keeps the teeth in ex
Ring up Scotty's whon you wnnt n
good auto rido. Phone 107.
Putnam Health Pills make rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try them.
Or Carey wns a passenger on tlio
Kliinu, which arrived this morning.
Mrs. K. A. Nnwnhl was a returning
passenger from llllo on the Kliinu to
iln) Children's wnsh dresses from 60e up
at Whitney & Matsh's sale mi Mon
tin j .
Mr and Mrs. F. R Smith were pas
sengers on the Klnau, which enmo In
A Hartley, of tlio Hawaiian Electric
Co returned today, arriving In tlio
Mr nnd Mrs. 13. II. WodehoiiRo ro
turned from their vacation trip todn)
on the Klnau.
J Uergstrom, who went away on
music business, returned this morning
on tlio Klnau.
Tnko your carriage or nutomnlitlo
to Hawaiian Carriago Manfy. Co. fur
up to-dato repairs.
Your laBt chaiieo to get bargains In
th( big rlenranco sale ut IIUmu'h will
ho gono after tomorrow
I II fnoko nml A l.lnilsnv wen)
among the nrilMils In (lie Klnau.
which came In this morning.
Repairing all kinds of typewriters.
Expert work. Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. Phone 143.
Rev Doremus Scudder will preach
nt Central Union church tomorrow
morning from the text "Genesis nnd
XV II. Hooks and Engineer C. H.
Smith, who went up to Hnwnll on bus
iness, returned today on the steamer
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yoa will bo surprised at Its coiling
nut prcscrvntlro properties, California
Teed Co., agents.
The Lilliputian Opera Company will
lie the guests of Manager Stout of the
Seaside Hotel tomorrow nt a b.ilhlng
paity on Wnlklkl bench.
Tlio Whlto I'nnilly notary (lock and
chain stitch) Is the best sowing ma
chine In tho world. Denny & Co , Ltd.,
agents, 1260, Fort Btrect, l'lione 488.
The Hawaiian Engineering AhsocIii.
tiou holds ltu semi-annual smoker this
evening In the Kllohnun Art League
looms, corner Uerctanla and Miller
Sirs. W. P. Prear will bo nt home
ut "Arcadia." to members mid fi lends
of the Y. W. C, A. tomnirow afternoon
nt I o'clock. Mrs. Prear will read
You should sec tho new wash fab'
rlcs H Sachs; they aro the prettiest
Unit hnvo been In for several jears.
Then the btjilsh new veilings lire cry
attractive In every color.
The Kash Co., Ltd., now have In nn
entirely new stock' of Spring pjtterr.H
In shirts made by Wilson tiros, and
Cluctt. They aro well-made, and of
beautiful pattern nml materials,
Prcd Church wilt open up unices In
tho Waverlcy block on Monday as
manager of the Tansnn ngene) for the
Hawaiian Islands. Ho has n flno
mineral water nnd wo wish htm tho
best of luck.
Prank Llllls begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that ho. Is no
longer connected with tho Union Hack
Stand. Lcavo orders for anjono of
his two machines with tho Territorial
Messonger Bcrvlco, I'hoho 3G1, any
hour, day or night.
Tho current Isbiio of tho "Young
Peoplo's Volco" Is a special temper
ance number. It contains a full lingo
picture of A. L. C. Atkinson, titled
"The latest uciiulsltlon to tlio local
temperance Held," and articles on
"Tho house that Jack built." "Tho
Dog's Wisdom." "Jimmy's Misfit
Text," und "Two Sinners."
The tramp of tlio 1'aclflc Social
Club has been postponod Indefinitely
on account of tho Inclement weather.
The members were to havo started
early tomorrow morning, but tlio ruin
of Inst night has made tho roads so
heavy that It wns thought hyst to put
off tho trip until more favorable con
ilitlous nrose. Tho date of the tramp
will bo announced latur.
llccnuso Mrs. Dowsctt, ono 'of tho
Commissioners of IMucntlon did not
find the law under which tho Super
intendent of tho Department of I'lib
He liistiuctlou could deputize somo
(,nu to act fur I1I111 In his absence, she
questioned tho right of and warned
1. M. Cox against Blgnlug himself as
Acting Superintendent pn any 111010
ofucial documents. This happened
jesterday at tho meeting of tho Com
missioners of Education.
Mrs. Dowsctt stutod that each coin
mlsbloucr had nH much authority us
Ilia Superintendent and asked tho oth
cr commissioners to recognize this
tact Tho Superintendent wns merely
cno of tho members of the Hoard, with
nn power 1 act nlono. In his absence
tho duty of electing a presiding officer
devolving upon tho other incmbeiB.
Tho situation aiose over the fact
that before going away Mr Dabbltt
had announced that Mr Cox would
act as his deputy In departmental af
fairs w hllo Mr. .Williamson would act
as chairman over tho Board meetings.
n visit and you owe it to your eyes
You go to the dentist every six
months to be sure that your teeth
arc all right; or you should, if you
HOW ABOUT YOUR EYESt Would
you rather lose a tooth, or an eye?
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BU1LDINQ.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v. Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
268 Deretanla St. Phone 1491.
(Continued from Pase 1)
tlio gootl-wlll of his audience.
Pratt Talks Land
Then Land Commissioner 1'rntt
was called for. Tho pcoplo wanted
to know about tho land situation.
I'rntt told them Hint the chief object
tit tho tour was to look over lanJs
nnd find out what was nvallablo for,
liomc8tcaillng purposes. Ho went nt
Eomo length Into the land laws nnd
explained the conditions under
which the Hnwnilans could obtain
land. When he had finished, ho re
sumed his seat, but not for long.
Snmo of the people wanted tn nsk
htm questions, and for half nn hour
he stood befoiu them to explain.
One man had built a bouse on a
piece of land which ho had obtained
as u homestead from 1110 Govern
ment, nnd a l'nkc had como nlnng
and torn It down. What was ho to
do nbout It? Tho circumstnnccs
were explained to I'rntt, Aiken as
sisting, nnd It was found that tho
Hawaiian was, In the right. I'rntt
told him he should have the Pake
arrested and made to restore tho
house. He ought to attend to this
himself, as 11 patent for tho lnnd had
been Issued to blm nnd the Govern
ment hnd 110 nitiro to do with It. 11
was his own land nnd he might to
defend his title to It. However,
I'rntt said that when ho returned to
Honolulu, ho would ask the Attorney
Ucncial to look Into the mutter.
Then a woman eamo forward with
n complaint Sho wns thn holder of
u rlglit-ot-purchnso leaso to a home-
stead In tho valley. Hut boiuo time
ugo Survcjor Ilobcrt Hojd caino
down, at tho request of some Keanno-
Itcs to locate home old kulcanas, and
he located ono right In tho middle of
her land. What wns she to do nbout
It? Sho wns given the samo advice
go to law.
BoVdi Bad Job ;
lloyd seems to have made a prct
t) mess of things In tho valley. Tliero
vtcro a number of Ituleanas there,
Lome of which hnd not been occupied
for J ears, and were lost, und ho was
brought down to relocate them. Ho
appears to hnvo done It In a hlt-or-miss
manner, only being caicfiil tt
pick out tho best land, no matter to
whom it )ie1ongcil. In most cases ho
appears to havo had no minks to go
by, his surveys being merely nibl
trarj Consequently there Is tho
piomho of endless law-suits. On tlio
return of the party to Honolulu,
Survejor Kannknnul nf tlio Survey
tilllt'o Is to bo sent down to Kcnnnu
to make nn attempt to straighten out
Hooroo for Campbell
iMaiMon uniupiicii iiiusiicii wnen
ho was called upon, and retired Into
the shadows'. Hut Naplhaa was In
tlio crowd, acting us a kind of muj-tcr-of-ecremonlcs,
nnd nt his In
ttamo tho pcoplo vociferously called
for Campbell, und ho wns compelled
to respond. Ho mado n short speech,
but It was effective. Ho told tho
people how well ho had been treated,
bow fat thn puaa was, nnd how ho
had enjoyed tho dinner, rcllectlvoly
nibbing his stomach meantime.
"Opuuul," someone In tho ciowd
shouted. Campbell said ho was
around looking nt landings ami
wharves. Ho hadn't seen tlio Kcj
nao landing yet, but would look ut
It In tho morning. However, ho
know- tho landing was n dangerous
one, and ho knew thoy had a tlcr-
rick but no engine to run It. llo
thought they ottglit to havo one, and
ho would see what could ho done
"Yes mnhope," shouted some s.tr
tastle Individual In tho eiowd who
li.nl nogre.it faith In luilelliillu piom-
"No, not mnhope, now," Caniii
hell Hashed hack. "As soon us I get
back to Honolulu I will hem! Jlinmlo
Morso right down hero to attend to
That took tho crowd, and they
cheered Campbell until tho slopes of
Ilnleaknla took up, the echo und
hurled It back ngnln.
Crowd Wants More
Hut tho crowd wns not satisfied.
They woro willing to stay all night
If someono would talk to them. 'And
old Naplhau was Inexorable. "Who's
next?" ho demanded. Worth Aiken
was put up. He made a speech In
I ..i.....llnn ...Llnl. ..nnn.l .n 11.- .-
'htorousr'iudK.n'g fiom Hm3HE BEST "" TOWN.
manner of its lecentlon. Aiken 1
knew nil the people and appeared to
be popular theie, as ho is ever-
U'liara nn KTn 11 1
"Who's next?" ugatn demanded
CLARENCE W. MACFAl'MlIE
STILL STOCK 3
IN THE MAQ00N BLOCK.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STOKE.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 1-03 11UUANU.
Watching the Governor
There was 11 awful pause until
i.in Logan wns pushed Into tho
breach nnd told tho pcoplo that wo
ncwspiipcimcu were present to
watch tho Coventor anil tho rest and
see flint they behaved properly.
Naplhaa wanted nitirc. "Who's
next?" ho asked three times more,
nnd each of tho other newspapermen
nnd C. II. Mcllrlde, the Coventor's
private secretary, were obliged to
i-peak to tho crowd. Of courso they
gnvo 11 way nil tho scercts of the
trip und Hticiiiiously dented the Im
putation Hint they had Lome along
for pig nnd put.
That exhausted tho list, but tlio
trowd still lingered, nnd even nfler
the travelers had retired they still
stnjcd nbout, singing und talking,
and making n night of It.
Bunkics Fall Out
Campbell and Pratt, as tho two
thin men of the crowd, neither one
weighing moro than 2C0 pounds,
bunked together. Governor Frcar
nml Secretary Mott-Smlth supposed
they wcro to sleep together, and
Mott-Smlth got Into bed first. When
the Governor climbed In, tho Secre
tary rolled over to tho back or tho
bed and promptly alighted with n
hump on tho floor. Tho bed was
only half ns wldo as it nppcared to
ho. So Mott-Smlth wns obliged to
seek other quarters, and ho tinned
In with Dan Logan. Knch nccuscs
the other of telling nil the secrets
of his life wliile asleep. And Mc
llrlde was making speeches nil night
and salng unkind things nbout Ills
mule Mnud. Maud, by tho way. Is 11
gentleman mulo who Is ut times very
much attached to his natlvo heath
or nny other heath ho happens to bo
tin when ho decides Hint he would
rather stand still than go on.
EDWARD P. IRWIN.
Attorney General Hcmcuwny has
written an opinion in the matter of
the squabblo up at llllo over the
rlglit-of-puichnso leaso allotted to
Antonio C.ino by Sub-Agent Williams
over the protest of Mnnool Vielru.
Hemeiiway declines to recognize tho
piotcst, s.ijlng It Is nono of tho Gov
Vielru claimed that tin February 2
ho was third in line, but Hint on
that dato ho was displaced hy Cann.
who held the place until February 21
and obtained tho lot. Vielru disput
ed his right to It. but Is turned down
by tlio Attorney General's depart
ment. St. Louis, Fob. 18. Miss Agnes
Toohcy. of Alton, hud 11 horror of dirt,
nnd tho school in which sho Is sup-leme-ls
ns neat as wax.
Miss Toohey sajs that In her task
of InfiiHlng knowledge Into childish
heads sho finds tho nvcrniro skull Ik
dlscoiitaglngly thick without an outer
coaling of Alton clay.
Kadi morning when her school as
semhles Miss Toohey makes nn ex
animation ot her pupils' faces nml
hands. Sometimes every faco glows
fiom recent assiduous sciuhlilng. On
tho occasions when a dlily faco Is
itiiuid tho wcaier of tho disgraceful
countenance is requlied to carry n
note homo to his mother lcipiestlng
Hint the defect bo remedied and tho
student returned to school.
Last woek MIbs Toohey detected
011 otdor In her room which was not
not to bo confused with that of attcr
tlT rnunu Cli,. l.ii... ...a...1 1. ..i.i...
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jU8t that day entered tho school.
Miss Ttiohuy sent the hoy homo
armed with a note asking tho mother
to pleaso eradicate tho order by bath
ing tho boy so that hy might bo a
pleasing companion for tho other
llttlo liojs ami glils, When ho eiiiuo
liaclt ho biought tho same oulor nnd n
note. Tho nolo tend.
Dear Miss Teachor .lolinnlo ain't
no rose Don't smell hlnij lonrn him
Miss Toohey says that sho has tils-
,n clean" child is easier to teach than
n dirty ono,
vvntn nsKou if sno con
theory concerning tho
A Most Excellent Assortment of
jW. W. Ahana Co.,
V!EIA i HOI
G2 S. KING ST. j, PHONE 525.
IN FH1 P0R1S tplUill
OABLE REPORT OF SAN "-'-
FRANCISCO MERCHANTS' i-' " i - s"
EXCHANGE. uii) i.t m mi ' 'J
Monday, March 9. '" " '.' i " . " ' 0 6 6 "I '
(IIIAYS HAHIIOH Sailed March 5: n --,,' 4 J , j, 609609 159
Schr. Andy Mnhoney, for Honolulu. ,. '" . t "' I I . .. . , . , I . t.
SAN niANCISCO-Sallcd March 7: " SV ' "i " 8 " """"I ' 8
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for Seattle. 'I 1 0$ 1.1 1 s ts t 6 oS 6 j 36
Tuesday, March 10. ,4 ,,., .nViVni ( ( w
SAN I'TIANCISCO-Salled March 10. '''""
I. M. S. S. Slbcrln, for Honolulu. '' jj, 9 i 6i 3
HILO Arrived Mnrclf 9:
Am. S. S. i:utei prise, from San I ' L ' '
Wednesday, March 11.
SAN l)li:0 Arrived Mnrth 10
A.-H. S. S. Ailzonau, fiom S.1II11.1
SAN DII'.OO Sailed Maich 10:
A.-H. S. S. Arlzonan, for San I'ran
BL'ATTLl J Arrived Maicii 10:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, from
VICTORIA Arrived March 10:
Dr. S. S. Monnn, hence March 3.
KAIUILUI Sailed March 9.
A.-1I. S. S. Texan, for llllo.
KAHUI.UI Arrived March 11:
Am. S. 3. Santa llltn, from Po.t Har
ford. HILO Arrived March 10.
A.-H. S. S. Texan, from Knliiilut.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed March U-
Am. S. S. llllnnlan, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnrch 11:
Dr. S. S. Asja. for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Airlvcd Match IS.
Friday, March 13.
YOKOHAMA Anlvetl Maich 1.1:
P. M. S. S. Ktne.1, hence Mmtli 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mmcli 13:
S. S. Manchuria, henco March 7.
Am. bk. St. Kntheriue, from llllo
KAHULUI Sailed March 12:
Am S. S. Santa llltn.
Saturday, March 14.
POUT HAMULI: Sailed Mnrclt 13:
Am, bktne. Kllkltat, for Hono'ulii.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mnrch 14:
Am. Bp. Atlas, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed March 12:
A.-H. S. S. Teaii, foi Sallii.i Cruz.
NUW YORK Anlved Mnieh II:
Am. S. S. Mlssuurl, from Seattle,
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H WATERFRONT NOTES
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Till: AMHRICAN-HAWAIIAN com
p.tny's steninshlp Nebraskau arrived
here from San Francisco this morn
ing shortly before noon. She Is one
of the crack vesrois of. the lino, mid
Is a passenger ns well au a freight
steamer. Although' tho Virginian
came down 11 short time beforo the
Nebraskau, the latter boat has the
mnjorltj of freight for this port.Wlien
her cargo Is discharged, tlio Nebras
kau will go over to ICahiilut nnd take
on sugar, iiflei which sho will come
back to Honolulu ami pick up pisson
gets nnd local fi eight. She will ball
direct from hero for Sail Francisco
THi: TRANSPOUT THOMAS KM
away tlifn morning nt 11 o'clock fur
the Philippines. The Ro.val Hawaiian
band was down nt tlio dock and plajed
bllnlng music before the boat sailed.
Tho patrol wagon was secured by sov
eial coloieil soldiers to give them a
ftco rido to tho Unnepurt this motiv
lug. It Is snld that sonio ot tho col
tired 1)0 mndo great reputations for
themselves ns fighters they fought
John Barlejcom as long its posslblo
and then they weren't particular whom
Puiscr Phillips of the Klnau teports
tho 'follow lug sugar lint tin Hiwall
Olaa, 34.000; Walakea, 300(1; Hawaii
Mill, 3000; Walnakii, S00O; Oininea.
12,008; Pepeekeo, 12,500; Hououiu,
0500; Hnkitlati, 19,000; Lnupjliochoe,
8800; Ooknla, 5000; Kiiknlati. IDUO;
llnimikiia, 1700; I'aauliau, 17,000; II
nokaa, 3000; Kuktilhaelu, 2100; Pima
lull, 3990; Honiiapo, 2G50.
THi: NIJXT 110AT to urrlvo from
tho Coast with mall and p.iHiicngciH
will bo the Sibetla, which is duo heie
Monday moiiilug. Sho will liilng 150
tons of fi eight for this poit, ami the
agents say that they expect it laigo
passenger list. The Asia, of tho snmo
line, will urrlvo hero soon with 340
tons of freight fiom the Oiicut.
THE KINAU CAMK Iu this morn
ing fiom Hawaii ports. Shu had on
bonrd the lllusttloiu lopresentiitlvon
of the various local papers who have
been accompanlng the Goveinm's
ptuty aiounil the Islands. A. Gattley
ciime back after making an automobile
ttlp iiiound Hawaii.
Till: KDWAHD SHWAI.L Is still
dumping coat at tho Navy Whaif.
Hdwnrd It. Thomas and Orlando
F. Thomas were Indicted In Now
York on 11 charge of vloliitjng tho
New York lusiiinnie laws in the
handling of tho securities tit tho Pro
vident Savings Life Assuranco socie
ty. 185 editorial rooms 250 bu''
nes office. These aro the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
thickness of n dirt layer explained
this fact she laughingly said that she
did not know as to that.
"At an rate it nukes them feel
Letter to be clean, and It gives tliPtn
n self esteem which actually helps
them to leant," alio said.
Miss Toohoy has been pilnclpal of
tho Irving School "in Alton for twelve
First tiuailcr of tho moon Mar. !).
Hawaiian standard tlnio Is 10 bourn
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 107
icgrccs 30 minutes. Tho time whlstlo
blows nt 1:30 p. in., which Is tho samo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for tho
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San Francisco, 11 111
Stinr. Klnau, Clarke, ft 0111 Hawaii,
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Stmr. Despatch, Kokcrwjtz, from
Iwal.iiit, fiom Molokai nml
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Per iitmi. Klnau. Claiko, fiom Ha
wall, Mnrch 14. It. C. Monkowbki,
Mrs. Collins, Miss Collins, Mrs. 1 la J en,
It. .1. Mawvell, Mis. Maxwell. F. Ro
horn. Mrs. K. Vld 1, Capt. A Duval,
C. II Smith, W. II. Hongs, Mis. K. A.
Nnwahl ami maid, II. L. Lyon, Miss II.
Hitchcock, A. Hartley. C. II. Cooke.
Phillip Wo.ig. A. Lindsay, G. Patter
son, ,T. S. Kay, .1. RergUrom, F. II.
Smith, Mrs. Smith. Miss M. Smith,
Master M. Smith, Muster G Smith,
Miss II, (In). Wm. Awa, Haik Kew. II.
Proehllch, W. Lang, Mis. E. A. Wdi
house, E. II. Wodehtmse. K. P. Iiwlu,
W. J. Cooper, I). Wawaiho.i, R. Hind,
Dr. Care), D. II Davis, D. Logan, J.
C. Axtell, O. Naktitsu, A. V. Peteis,
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Per S S llilonlan, Johnson, for S.m
Francisco, March 24, 10 n. 111. Mrs. .1.
II. Drew and daughter, Mrs M. 1).
Prime, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. lllsscll and
duiighter. Mra. ('apt Saundeis. Mis.
A. R. Under. Mr. nml .Mis. J. 1
Young, MrB. Welch und daughter, Mis.
R. 1). Meade and daughter. Dr. mid
Mis. Heliiinanii, Mr. ami Mrs. E. W.
Todd, Miss llowman, Mfss liiittlilns,
Mr. nnd Mis. T S. K.iy. Mis. Walt),
Mif. Hewett, Capt. nnd Mts. GniTaiul
and three chlldien, Mis S. Smith, Mts.
Mary C Campbell, Mt. Frank Dodge,
Mlsu Hailc.111 Juntos, Mr. and Mis,
Washington, 1). C, Feb. 21. Tho
AldilUi hill lb slated for passage. It
will go through thu Senate without
tadlial amendment, piob.ibly this
week, and will then ti) Its foituued
In the House.
Thu llottsu eommitteo is against
tho Aldrlch bill, but Speakei ('.union
Is for it und he cariies the Committee
on Rules with him. ' This tommllteo
will report a rulo Iu due tlmo allow
ing n brief time fur dc,bnto on both
sides, lifter which tho 1 1 onto will bo
forced to swallow or i eject the Aid
licit bill. The pict-Biuo for Us enact
ment Is vciy Htiong and tho Hepttli
llcaus ma) not make any seiiouu le-
The political beuellt uf uu emer
gency cm 1 cue) bill Is being picssed
upon members, und they 111 0 lemliul
ed that if the Republican p.uty falls
to 1I0 something tangible at this ses
sion It must expect to hear fiom It lit
From 11 most authentic Rourro Tho
Call correspondent Is informed that
HtiUHo leaders 1110 determined to pusn
tho Aldiltli bill substantially us thu
Senate past.es It.
OULLETlN ACS. PHY
If sufficient orders are received I
will build a 22-foot auto launch, with
a 4-oycle high-grade gas engine, com
plete for $225.
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal,