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EVENING RULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It TUESDAY, MAR. 17, 1908.
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Leahl' No. 2-Reoular. j jj&JLsL I ItlftL VfcJ
":.Ir """'" 1 1 Go Carts
Honolulu Commandcry Red I jffl
MA,t,m,Av ' lrolding
All Tlsttlng meinboiB ot Ub g
order are cordially Invited to gj
OllClIU lUUIlltioa w awwa wo'"
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Menu every Monday evening at
7:30 la I O O F. Hall. Tort Stieet.
12. It. HENDRY, Secrutary
HEN T VICKHKS. N O
All visiting biothera vory cordlall)
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'tuosday evening at
i:30 o'clock in If. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Horctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
. L I.YI.K, CO..
I'. WALDRON, K.HS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets evory l'rld.iy evening at
7:30 In K of P. Hall, corner Tort
and Herotnnla VUltlng brothel i
cordially Incited to attend.
A O DEHRING, C C,
JAS. W. HITE, K.R.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 61G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, 11. P. O
.'., will meet In their hall on King
rear Tort street ovcry Trlday o en
lug. Ily order of tho E R.
HARRY A. WILDER,
T. 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 nnd Ilcretanla. Visiting broth'
m cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C..
E. A. JACOHSON, K R S.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, I. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4lu WEI)
NESDAY evenlugs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K of P. Hnllr coram
Borctnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited, to at
W. L FRAZEE, W., Prcst.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets every first nnd third Thur
days of each month at Knights nf
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. V. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
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.
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
tharae '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.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
ihe ncwi of the day,
h.ing and Bethel Sts.
" Eats 'Em Alive "
Bugine, Ant Poison,
Rough On - Bugs
Three enemies to the wont
pests the house-wife mutt
THEY ARE SArE and SURE.
They effectually work and
when it comes to the bug
" '"EAT "EM ALIVE."
25 CENTS EACH.
Benson, Smith &
PORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
GHMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Fresh Milch Cows and Fine-Bred
Young Island Bulls.
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
MISS POWER'S, Boston bldg.
Cigar for Particulat People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD
JIJT" 'For Rent" cards on sale at
a BJHoti.j omen.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. arc tenant
finding ads. One Cent A Word.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Globe.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
Hunch (if ko) has boon lout Sou
ml this lsMiie
Dent) no, gum keeps tho teeth in c
Ring up Scotly's whon ypu want n
good nuto ride. Phone 107.
Mis. O M Kekuewn relumed to Ha
v .til today 6n iliu Malum I.o.i
East week of tho bargains at L
Alioj's, Nuunliu below Hotel St.
Putnam Hcnlth Pills mako rich
blood, 50c. a package. Try them.
Cot no rtlrnlturi) Co Ise Helling n
new lot of Armj cotn at SI, delivered
Take J our carrlngo or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfy. Co, for
up to-dnte lepnlrs.
"Drink and the world drinks with
ou." Tho Honolulu world Is drink
lug at the Fashion snlloon
Persons desiring to ship fruit of an
soit to tho CoiBt will do well lo con
suit Island Fruit Co.. 72 S King St.
Jmlgu Dolo excused R, I, Wilcox
I) II Mnconiichlo and Henry Heckle)
Ironi the trial Jury for tho rest of llm
.1 A Coombs Is Hworn us utonng
inphcr In Judgo Robinson's court to
net Iuplnco of Col J. W. Jones, laid
aside by Illness.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic'
Yo,r will be surprised at Its cooling
and preBorvutlvo properties. California
Feod Co , agents.
You meet jour friends at the AIo
under Young Cafe It's vvheie oery
bod) goes to get a dainty lunch or de
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian unicc specialty Co.,
Ltd.: Phone 143.
The wiclnblo postponed from last
week will bo held on Thursday even
lug, March 19, at half past seven, In
the pnrlois ot Central Union church
Tho W'hlto family Rotary (lock nnd
chain stitch) 1b tho best sowing ma
chlno In the world. Benny & Co , Ltd.,
agents, 12G0, Port street. Phone 488.
Don't forget to ring up 171 nnd place
our order for Tun sail water. Tho de
mand has been so great that them
may bo a possible shortage before the
ai rival of the next shipment
Mar) Sherwood Knhawnt sues Chn3
Kahawal for ilhorce, alleging extiemo
cruelty In tho forms of physical vio
lence and abusive language, also fail
ure to piovlde Thej wero mnnled
on Juno 23, 1903.
Judge Robinson approved tho nc
counts of C. M. Cooko and Andrew E.
Cox execilto'rs of tho will of John F
Anderson, who left an ostato worth
about $15,000 entirely to County Sup
ervisor Cox aboVe-uauied.
In tho divorce suit of Victoria Amo
Mahuka against William M. Manuka,
Judge Lludbny lias onlcrcd that tho
libelee pay to tho llbellant's attorneys
JS n week pending Iho decision, also
$30 on account of counsel fees.
Prink Mills begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that ho Is no
longer connected with the Union Hack
Stand. Lcavo orders for an) ono of
his two midlines with the Tcirltortal
Messenger Service, Phono 3ill, nil)
hour, day or night
Tho veterinnr) prolcsslon Is repre
sented In tho advertising columns b
the professional card of Dr A' R
Row at, who has practiced In Honolulu
for over twentv jenrs. A visit to his
hospital will convince un of tho gool
work ho Is noted for.
Demun er una nigueil beforo Judge
Do Holt In tho damage suit of i:
Campbell vs. Ii Hackfcld & Co., Ltd
Tho donuurcr was confessed without
prejudico and ten days wero allowed
to file an amended complaint. J.
I.lghtfoot for defendant.
Hashimoto, tho Japanese caught in
Iho raid oil the big Illicit dlslllleiy In
Nuuauu Valley, withdrawing his for
mer plea of not guilty, pleaded guilt)
to ono of the twit counts In tho Indict
ment Tho Second count was unlled,
nnd sentence on the first count was
continued until Thursday.
Stella K Cockett petitions that u
new trustee for her, under the trust
deed nlailo b) herself to the late A. I.
Cartvvrlgllt in U8S, be appointed In
placo of nilen A. Polyblunk, who
wishes to i enounce tho office nnd has
leslgned therefrom. Petitioner asks
that Gcorgo D Smithies bo appointed
It was stipulated, with Judgo I.lnd-
ua)'s uppiovul, that tho habeas corpus
cases of AmalU Mnuuakea and Maty
Kclllhopcolo Kaumakahla, In custody
of tho llo.ud ot Health, bo continue
until Wednesday morning, March 23
Chailes 1) tlray denies ever) allega
tion of cause for divorce In his wife
I.. i Vuncha M, Gray's libel
Cases wero nolle prosequled ) ester
day beforo Judgo Robinson, who ar
rived In the Siberia that morning, ns
follows: Pong Kco, operating a
laundry without u license; Mniuso
Mngo nnd Soyo, assault and battery,
Klnt Kalua, malicious burning In
third dtgico and assault with a dang'
emus weapon, Olo. Nnmuu, larceny
In third degree
There me nlno criminal cases on the
calendar of tho Second Clicult Cout,
opening at Wallnku tomoiiovv lief in c
Judge' Kepolkal Thrco of the cases
are against It. Yokogawa foi criminal
libel. Tho others nio larceny second
degreo, (jelling liquor without license
selling poisonous ilrugs, malicious In
Jury, assault and battery, and gaming
There are nlno civil Jury cases and
twelve JuryVnived cases.
C S Hollovvoy, Superintendent of
Public Works, vs Cecil Drown et al ,
tiustces of tlio cstato of James Camp
bell, deceased, a suit for sower lates
was nigucd and submitted In tho Su
premo Comt )esterday Respondents
me sued us executors Instead of trus
tees, which, prior to nigument, Chief
Justice Ilnrtwell Intimated might bo
a fatal defect In tho Government's
case. Tho suit refers to tho Can)p
YOU OWE ME
a 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 an eye?
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Beretanla St. Phong 1491
Pearl Harbor Forts
Cut Out By Committee
WASHINC.TON. D C, Match .It,. The Subcommittee on Fortifica
tions ot the House today reported the Fortifications llllf, which carries a
total as reported or S8,:10,G11 lnstind or tho 38,443.94S asked for by
the War Department It Includes p tactically ever) thing recommended
by the Tatt Hoaid with the exceptions or tho fortifications at Pearl Har
bor. Provisions are made for the building of fortifications on Cnrnhalo
Island, In Manila lla), and for the building ofho foitlflcntlons nt Hono
lulu, Including the placing of uddltion.il mortars at Pearl Harbor.
For Hawaiian fortifications tho hill carries n total of one million
one hundred thousand dollars, nnd for tho fortifications In the Philip
pines, one million nine hundred nnd fort) -nine thousand dollars.
AMERICAN WARSHIP TO PORT-AU-PRINCE
"WASHINGTON, D O , March 1C Tho Secretary of the Navy hns or
dered un Anieilcan warship to pro'eed to Porl-Au-Prlnce, Iln)tl, wheio
a massacre of the whites Is feared. Today tho French Legation was
threatened by a mob. French, Herman nnd Urltlsh warships have nl
ready been ordered to tho scene.
K0NA-KAU RAILWAY BONDS FOUND
SALT LAKH CITY, Utah, March 10 Honda of tho Kona-Kau Rail
way of Hawaii, of the faco Miluo of tlneo hundred thousand dollars woro
found today In a box nddicssed to F W Johnson In an outhouse In this
city. Tho theory Is that the bonds were stolen from nil express car
and abandoned b) the robbers. ,
rnKIN, China, March 1G. The Viceroy of Canton has telegraphed
his adherence, to tho settlement ngrtcd upon with Japan regarding tho
Tatsu-maru nnd tha Incident Is. closed. The steamer was today released
by the Chinese authorities to her Japanese owners.
REBATE DECISION IS 'UPHELD
VASIHNGfl'ON, D. C. March 10.
down a decision, affirming the llndln,-;
of the Chicago, llurllngton & Qulncy
ACTOR HITCHCOCK NOT GUILTY
NDW YORK, N.
Y, March 10.
In mder to keep up good spirit
among the loyal lilah men mid wo
men In Hawaii net, St Patilck's Day
will be fittingly celebrated tonight
by the local HlbernlniiB In Drelrr
hall Man) Invltntlons hnvo been
tent out nnd It Is expected that a
large number of frlends.wlll be In
attendance The entertainment com
mittee wishes to bay that any friends
who havo not received Invltntlons
may hecuro thcnl'frnm tho members.
Among tho stunts of tho evening
win be hinging, comical speeches, In
btrumcntal selections and other en
joyments Biiltnble to tho occasion.
Tho hospitality ot tho Irish Is fa
mous tho world over and It Is tho ob
ject of the' Ancient Order of Hiber
nians nnd the Ladles' Auxiliary to
make n demonstration or this fact
anew to tho many frlonds who assist
them In honoring St. Patrick.
Colonel McCarthy nnd Tom Mc
Tlgho could not bo found today, but
It Is nald they nro bus) lug" them
selves In making urrangcnic'nts for
MAXIM AFRAID OF
(Continued from Pae 1)
eminent alone unci its manufacture
bo restricted to tho (lovoinmcntr It
might nut bo so bad. Hut I know
nnd )nu know that that Is Impossible
under tho circumstances, nnd I ro
grct that there can bo little doubt
(hat advantage Is already being tak
en of in) Idea by those for whom It
was never intended,"
Ills faco wan grave. In mlvnnco
of ever) body olso lie bus seen tho fur
leaching effect of his devilish device.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S, KING ST. PHONE 525.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
nnd MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS, AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 902 NUUANU.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAGOO'.I BL02X.
Tho Supremo Court has handed
of the Circuit Court in the matter
Railroad Compan)'s grunting of
Actor Hitchcock has been found
Bares Frightful Possibilities
"It possesses," said Mr. Maxim,
"all those attributes which pievcnt
any notice or alarm when tho gun Is
Ilrcd. And when you can discharge
n bullet with practically the same
velocity nnd nccuraey as with the
old gun, 'and do It silently, It Is evi
dent thnt you have a very danger
Among these '.possibilities and
Mr. Maxim with evident sincerity
nnd concern, ndmtts them are that
the nimlcs ot the United Stntos may
at some future time be overwhelmed
by this gun, devised by an American
citizen, and that the weapon may
fall Into the hands of the crlmlnnl
clashes, with nil the terrifying possi
bilities of Its pel feet adaptability to
the ait or prlvuto assassination,
"It would bo a good Idea," Mr.
Maxim went on, "for Congress to
amend tho laws so thnt no patents
could bo granted for Inventions
against which mankind has no pro
tection: nnd I freely ndmlt to ou
that there Is no protection against
this gun of mine. Or, If such ti law
ns that Is not desirable, some provi
sion might ho made that when un
affair like this Is Invented, It should
bcioma the exclusive property of tha
To Offer Weapons to U. S.
.Mr. Muxlm Bald ho proposed to
offer the gun to the United States
(iovernment. His father's experi
ence In having his rapid-lira gun re
let ted ut Washington has not de
"I want to satisfy my cmuTcience'
that far," ho suld. "And this Is an
other point which I think ought to
bo considered. I havo spoken about
amendments to tho patent laws. As
i tho law stands now, it is possible
for tho agent of any nation to go to
our patent office In Washington nnd
take copies of any plans on lllo
there on which patents havo been
"Can nnyond doubt Hint wlthfn
fIx months Jnpun would be manufite
luilng these guns? Ought there not
to bo somo provision of law to pre
vent that? Why should not our
government piotcct such mllltniy so
cicts?" Despite the evil possibilities his
pun holds out, Muxlm also says that
ll pohsessos ninny steillng qualities
185 editorial rooms 256 busi
ness offloo, Thets are th new tal
ephone numbera of the Bulletin office,
IN FORM PORTS
1ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, March 11.
A H. 8. S. Arlzonan, from Sallna
rN pIDClO Sailed March 10:
A II S. S. Arlzonan, for Sail Fran
cisco. 5EATTLD Arrived March 10:
A.-II S. 8. Columbian, from San
v ICTORIA Arrived March 10:
llr. S. S. Monna, henco March 3.
tAHHLtll Sallod March 9:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, for Hllo.
KAIIUI.UI Arrived March 11:
Am. 8. 3. Santa Rita, from Port Han
HILO Arrived March 10.
A -II 8. 8. Texan, from Kalnilnl.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 11
Am S. 8. llllonlan, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnrch 11:
Hr. 8. 8. Asia, for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived .March 12
Friday, March 13.
YOKOHAMA Arrived March '13:
I. M 8. 8. Korea, henco March 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived March 13
8, S. Manchuria, henco March 7.
Am bk. St. Kntherlno, from HIlC
KAHULUl Sailed March 12:
Am. 8. 8. Snntn ltltn.
Saturday, March 14.
PORT OAMBLn Sailed March 13:
Am. bktnc. Kllkttnt, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 14
Am, sp. Atlas, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed March 12:
A.-H. S, 8. Texan, for Sallna Cruz,
NRW YORK Anlved Match 14f
Am. 8. 8. Missouri, from Seattle
Monday, March 16.
r-VHRRTT Sailed Match IB.
Am. Bchr. Ilorcalls, for Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed March IB:
Am. schr. W. II. Mnrston, for Hllo
KAANAPAI.I Sailed March 14:
Am sclir. Jns. Rolph, for San Fran
NRWCABTL-n Arrived Mnrch 12:
Dr S. S Lord Stanley, hence Fob 21
MDMO Am ship Alla3, reported
sailed for Honolulu should bo for
SAN FRANCISCO Airlved March 17''
O. S. S Alameda, henco March 11
Am schr. Honolpu, from Hnna Feb.
U. S. A. T. Sherman, henco Mnr. 9
Am. bk Andrew Welch, rrom Hllo
SAN FRANC18CO Sailed March 17.
P. M. S. S. China for Honolulu.
KAHULUl Arrived March 17:
A.-H. 8. S. Ncbraskan, from Hono
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It WATERFRONT NOTES
It M 3i K 4S U M KX Jtl M M M M S M
TIIC nXCUHSION which has been
tentatively piomlsed by the Intoi-Is-
land Steam Nnvlgatlon Company when
their now flagship, 'tho Manna Kea,
nirlved will be rcillzed this week. In
v Rations havo been sent out by the
company Inviting guests to nccom
1 any them on a trip In tho Mnuna Kea
around tho Island of Kauai and pos
hlhly Ntlhnii, starting Friday nnd re
turning Sunday nurnlng. Tho now
vessel will bo lu splendid shape by
Friday, and a largo crowd will prob
ably make tho trip.
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S S
Co.'s new steamer Isthmian Is Hear
ing completion nt tho Union Iron
Works, Sau Francisco, and will prob
ably bo ready for service In about n
month. Launching of tho vessel took
placo December 21. The Isthmian Is
390 feet long, and has a capacity for
7000 tons of freight, and will be used
by tho company on tho Now York and
Puerto, Mexico, lino, connecting with
tho Tehiiantcpcc railroad, Nautical
Clazcttc, N. Y.
TffC KINAU and tho Manna Ua
both dep.nted exactly as tho"'wlilstles
weio blowing the noon hour toduy.
There was a largo number of volcano
passengers nnd tourists on tho Klnau.
Chester Doylo was among the passen
gers. He Is bound for Wallnku on
THD KASATO MARU, which has
been held back In tho dlschniglug of
her cargo of nitrates, was not able to
get away thlH morning as was Intend
ed. Sho will probabl) sail this after
noon or evening.
TDD DARK R. P. RITUF.T will
probably sail for tho Coast on Friday's
of this week.
THE MATSON LINER llllonlan Is
due hero tomorrow morning fiom tho
l!Ki BUSINESS DH
W IffiQlD COURT
Tho Court of Land Reglstiation
has to date registered property to
tho value or $1,077,000, which Is
considered a rcmurknbly good show
ing, and dcmonsUatos tho fact that
tho land-owiicrs of the Teirltory are
coming to recognize the value of
havliig the titles to their property
Kept clear by registration.
Judgo Weavor today granted the
petition of Yong Anln for registra
tion of property on Piitjchbowl street
vnlucd nt $2250. Thore was n cloud
on the title of part of this property,
but tho registration clears the title
nnd will permit of the land being
told, something which tho owner was
beforo unabo to do on account of
not being ablo to give a clear title ta
y.m a n p m-
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4 18 to ej lo 13
4 SS lo 4o!lt ot
J CO II o II ft
6 I) ll ot!
Full moon Mar. 17, 4. OS . Jn,
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Oreonwlch
time, being that of tho meridian or 157
iegrccs 30 minutes. Tho timo whlstla
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is thonmo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes., Sun
and moon are for local time for tho
t it M ;t M K M X K K M K K K K 3t
K ARRIVED M
ii. K K K K !t 5C X 3C M JC JC K M M 10
5 C 3C X X ? M X 3C M M K M M 5t
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Monday, March 1G
A.-H S. S. Nebrnskan, Knight, for
Knhulul, G p in.
Stmr l.lkellke, Nnopaln, for .wind
vvnnl Hawaii ports, 5 p in
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Tullett, for Kauai
ports, S p. m.
P. M. S. S. Slbeila, feeder, for thu
Orient, 6 p. in. ,V
Stmr. Despatch, Kokcrwllz, tor Kn
linl, f p m.
Tuesday,- March 17.
Stmr. Mnuna I.oa, Slinerson, for Ha
waii nnd Kami ports, 12 m.
Stmr. Klunu, Clarke, for Hawaii, 12
l M M X M H W it it A ii X K H
K SAttlNG TODAY
i M X X WM Jl M X 3i M K J H W X it
Stmr. W. O. Unit. Thompson, for
Kauai, 5 p. m. "
Stmr. Iwnlant, Self, for Molokal and
Mnui ports, ft p. m
Jap. S. S. Kuxatu Maru, Mori, for
n 5 M X M Jl X M K M 3t SS to M
" DUE TOMORROW
M. N. Co.'s S. 8. llllonlan, Johnson,
from Snn Francisco,
K 8 H U K H St M M !C BC 30 M Hit
DUE SATURDAY M
A.-H. 8. S. Ncbraskan, from Kn
hulul. K.tt rfA. MKKKWMMKWK.H
" PASSENGERS DEPAKTED
Per stmr. Klnau, for Hllo nm way
ports, March 17. E. W. Sutton, ,F. J.
Llndeman, John Smith, George Dent
son. Dr. Krnfft, Muster Sawyer, D. L.
Van Dine, Dr. E. F. Phlllliis. F. L.
Sawyer and wlo. C. A. Hoffman, and
wife, H Holt, Judge W L. Whltney
and wife, Mrs. M. II. Parmcntor, Mrs.
A. Lucas, J. Klikland, A S. Walters,
N. C. WHlfong, Miss Robertson, Mrs.
O. II. Robertson, Mr. Gordon nnd wire.
R, 8. Norrls, .Mrs. R. S. Norrls. E. II.
TuRs, Major Dunning. Mrs Slminlo.
Miss Simnile, C H. Towle and wRo,
II. 8. L)on, C A Doylo. Mr Church.
C. A. Hnswell, May Williams. Leonals
Norrlngton, David Terry nnd wire.
Per8tmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona ami
Kail. March 17. A, Kepo, Rev. IE. S.
Tlmoteo, Col S. Norrls, J O. Smith,
It Ono, Y Klmura, Mtb. Dr. Coodhue.
I ce Let, 11. A. McWnyno. Mr. Hedo
mann, Thomas C While, E. C. Smith,
D. Mnconachlo, Mm O. M, Kckucwn,
PASSENGERS BOOKED M
Per 8. 8. llllonlan, jonnson, for San
Francisco, March 24, 10 a. m'. Mrs. J.
II. Drew ami daughter, Mrs. M. D
Prlmo, Mr nnd Mra M. J. Dlssell and
dnughter, Mrs. dipt. Saunders, Mrs.
A. It. Milder, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Young, Mrs. Welch and daughter, Mr.
R. D. Meado and dnughter, Dr. ami
Mrs. Hclnmann, Mr. and Mrs. E. W
Todd, Miss Bowman, Mfss Hiitchlns,
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Kay. Mis. Wulty.
Mrs. Hevvett, dipt, and Mrs. Garland
nnd thiee children, Mis. S. Smith, Mis.
Mary C. Campbell, Mr. Frank Dodge,
Mlsa Harleau James, Mr. and Mrs.
Per stmr. W. O Hnll, for Kauai.
March 17. W A Klnnoy, J. K. Far
ley, D. F Dillingham, A. M. Clay, R.
L. Wilcox and wlfo, Miss E. D. Rico,
Goo Chong and wlfo, Col. Geoigo Do .
IM Vergno nnd wlfo, E. P. Iiw, W. F.
Per stmr. Mlknhala. for Kauai,
Maieh 19 Col. Oeorgu Do Ln Vergno,
Mia C. A Jennings, Q. Q. Uradford.
Per A.-H. S. S. Nohraskan, March 21,
lor San Fianclsco Mrs. M. D. Prime.
Emphatic deulnls nro made In
New York of a rumor which has
been persistently circulating that'
Enrico Carubo, tho noted tenor, wna
to desert tho Metropolitan opera
hoiibo for Oscar Hnmmerstcln's Man
hattan opera houbo-
Tart has 112 or 14 G delegates to
the National convention "chosen ho
inr, and the President says his nomi
nation Is certain.
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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.
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine' Works.'ia j
King near Alapai.
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