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EVENINO nULLWTlN, HONOLULU. T. H.i THURSDAY, MAIL-1ft,-1908..
Leahl No. 2 Regular.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
S p. m.
Honolulu Commandery Red
All visiting members of (he
order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
.HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 in 1. O. 0. F. Hull, Fort Sheet
B. It. HUNDRY, Secrotaiy.
hen. r. vickkus, n u.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets oory 'iiiosday evening nt
i:30 o'clock In K. ot I. Hall, coi.
Fort nnd llerotnnlr.. Vbltlng broth
qrs cordially Invited to attend.
W. I.. LYLL'. CO..
F. WALDRON, K It S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
' Meets every Friday evening nl
7:30 In K. ol I'. Ilnll, corner fort
ami Uerctnnla. VIMtlng brotheis
cordially Invited to attend.
A. 11. DKERINO, 0 0.,
. - JAS. W. WHITE. K.R.3; .
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, II. 1',' O
K will meet In their hall on Kins
rear Fort street every Friday even
ing. l)y order ot the E H.
HAllHY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, B. It.
Wn. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Ilnll, cor.
, Ftort and Uerotanla,. Visiting broth
V rs cordially Invited to attend,
w. l. frazee, CO.,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.It.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E."
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED-
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
U.retanla and 1'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. Ii. FRA7.EE. W., Prost.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets overy ilrst and third Thurs
day:! of each month nt Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dhtlly invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. U. 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.
us your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, watches, rrecious btones
nnd Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows,
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
jMrii Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
M'l "' Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
Hp Embroidered Goods.
HP ' HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
Kjf , HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
U5F The Weekly Edition of the Evening
9K Bulletin gives a complete summary M jy"For Rent" cards on sale at
HST i itio new of the day. ' .ie uulletln ornce.
King and Bethel Sts.
" Eats 'Em Alive "
I Bugine, Ant Poison,
j Rough - On Bugs
Three enemies to the worst
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.,
S FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
For Hire or Sale
Driving and Saddle Horses, Rigs of
All Kinds. Careful Drivers.
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
5chuman Carriage Co.,
MISS POWER'S, Boston bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If the only reason your house is
not a home is a poor servant, do
some aggressive Bulletin Want Ad
vertising. Panama lints cleaned At tho Globe,
Phone. 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
DrutMio gum keeps tlio teeth In ex
(client condition', '
Sale of linden' texts nt Wlillney fi.
Marsh's net Momlay.
Ring up Hcotty's when you want a
good niilo rlilo. I'houo 107.
The bmd will play this evening at
Hie military ball ut K. of I'. hull.
Piitiium Health Pills m;ilo rich
blond, GOc. n package Try them.
Olhc llrnucli Heboknb Lodge No. 2,
I O. () F-. will meet nt 7:30 this oven
Inc In Odd Fellow 8 hull.
"Drink nnd tho world drlnlcs with
j on." Tho Honolulu world Is drink
lug nt tho' Fashion salloon.
The shin Mnrlon Chltcott, from
Javloln, brought 15,000 barrels oil foi
the Associated Oil Company.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
;ne nawauan uince specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Do ou wnnt to buy goods cheap'
Yee Cliim, lor Nuuaiiu street, Is go
lug out of business and is Helling out
n lino of stolen goods.
Col. J W. ..Jones nuno down town to
sign some documents yesterday lie
said ho felt much butter nnd hoped to
bo nil right ngulri'ln two weeks.
(let tip In the morning and drink n
bnttlo of Tunsnii beforo bioakfnst
Vmi will feel belter for It nil day nnd
have no nioru medicinal bills to pay .
Tho Knntueln postofllco cases, In
which Mo tea Kokl mid Joshua Koki
uiu defendants, have been continued
until net term of the Federal court
The Whlto Family Itotnry (lock nnc"
chain stitch) is the best sowing ma
chine In tho world. Denny flf. Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12GC, Fort street. I'liono 488. I
In this age of specialists, one man
cannot know over) thing. It your eyes
need attention, take them tii n com
lull-lit, UMoihto uutlclan. A. N.San
lord, Boston building.
Mary Ann Knloannuilknl sues John
Knlon.imalkal for divorce, on the
cronnil of oxlrpnin rrunllv. nr.ilnu
tlidt uli.i li.t ntt .i-,ln,l Ifw, ,.i,iitfi,l. nr
' -..- - . .... , w ...
their flo minor children.
Hawaiian Tilbo No. 1. I nun in ed Or
der of Itcil Men, will meet nt 7.30 thli
evening nt the wigwam, K. of l'. hall
Tliitlncss of Importnnco. The War
rlnrs degreo will bo conferred.
In tho dnmugo suit of J tin Ah Ilo
h j. ii. Hnymoiul nnd others, the
plaintiff has filed u demurrer to the
join nnd roernl pleas In bar, also ,t
motion to strlku out tho plea In bar.
Tho Wlss sclsbors nnd shears uiu
tho most serviceable. Tho Wlss em
bioldory scissors, Cc, nnd tho Wlss
Mutton hole scissors, udjustnblo to any
blie, 75c, are the very best. Sachs.
Alpine, milk is the kind im ynnt
for cooking puriMises and for coffee,
tea, eocoa, clcv liocnuro It Is absolute
ly pine, nnd rich In butterfat, puiu
cream, mid nnturnl llnor. II. HacU
feld A.Co Ltd., distributors.
Frank Mills begs to acaunlut his
patrons nnd friends that ho Is no
longer connected with tho Union IlncA
Stand. I.cn-o orders for nnyono of
his two machines with tho Territorial
Messenger Sonlce, I'liono 301, any
hour, day or night,
Purser Chancy of the steamer Mlkn-
hnln reports tho following isugar on
Kauai awaiting shipment- wnime.i,
iOOO bags; O. & 11.. I.S2 1 ; Mnk., 2-.'.riH,
McH.. 3D.1CI; Koku.COOO; I.llnie, IlOlf,;
0. V., 13,341; II. M' 10,380; Mnkee,
11.000; K. S. Co., 2000.
Henry Wutci house, Co., Ltd., has
filed Its first nnminl account ns guard
Inn, of M. K. Wnlanuhinl, ii mliiui,
hhowliiiflecelptB of $130 Hud iinynicntn
of $148. Tho estate consists of two
pieces, of laud nt Walaholo, Oiihu, con
taining respeethely K5 nnd 3.0.1 acres
The $3000 bond executed by C. W.
Cliapln nnd Kllzaheth J. Chiiplu. to
rcleabo attachment In W. C. Weedons
dnmagn suits against them, bus been
ordered canceled by Judgo Uoblnhon
under an agreement of counsel. A. Per
ry for plaintiff anil i:. M. Watson for
defendant, In open court.
Henry Wnterhousu Trust Co, Ltd.,
guardian of the citato of W. It. nnd
Leonora Opfurgelt, minors, bus filed
Its tblid annual account, showing re
celpts of $2R30.Sr and payments of
S2G3G.47. There me InU'stiilontB 111
notes amounting Io-$u850, Of the i'o
celpts $2000 Is prliielpil collected, and
of the payments $18110 reinvested.
What bids fair to lio an enjoyable
llmo will bo n the form of n dance lo
bo glen by tho Kninchaniehn Aliiiunl
Association1 next Saturday evening
the 21st lust., at thu K. of P. Hall. As
music plnys nil Important part In uu
affair of thli kind, Sam Nalno.i'H ipilu
let hns been engaged for llio occasion
mill u good time Is promised Ihoso at
lending. Tickets can lie had of any
of thu members or at tho door. Thu
proceeds uro Intended to help defray
expentes of tho track team,
At tho request of President Clin
(Jem of thn Chinese United Society,
Hov. Kdwurd W. Thwlng wrote u let
ter to Or. Wu Ting Fang, Chinese Am
bassador ut Washington, asking him
lo iiso his Influence towards eliminat
ing certain clauses of thu Chinese ex
elusion act. Among tidier things, llcv.
Thwlng asked that more Chinese lab
orers bo admitted to Hawaii for plan
tation mid agricultural work. Ho also
said that America should extend a
helping hum! to China to como "On
ward nnd upward."
Manager nnllcntyno of tho Rapid
Transit Co. Is quoted as paying that
tho company will not tear up Its track
on Queen stieel, oven if such action
should bo requested by tho County
ivhen it places Us now wood pavomciit
on Queen street. Uullcntyno suys that
tho Supervisors have no right to spend
nny money experimenting with this
kind ot pavement, nnd that the
should send soino one to Investigate
tho results obtained with this kind of
povement In the South beforo they
spend a cent thereou,
an age of Specialists. One man can.'t
know all about everything,, If your
eyes need attention, take them to an
Optician. Select a reliable one, one
who is competent nnd up-to-date.
A. N, SANFQRD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v.lth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla Gt. Phone 143.
i 5 1 T1
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LAKUWOOI), N' .1, March IS Kx-I'resldent drover Cleveland
lelcbruted his 71st birthday nnnhcrsary today. His health Is bettor
than it has been for some time.
WASIIINOTON", I). C, March IS. The old warship, the Monongn
hcla,, waH,,ljniH;l ,loday nt (luatitati.imu, Cuba, where sbu was louimls
sloncd ns u.Ntiiieslilp,
The Monnngahehi wns u idle of the Civil Wnr time, having been
built in ISli:! in time to take nn active pnit in (lie blockade of Mobile
nnd tho battle of Tort Hudson In tlfill. Klin was present nt tho battlo
of Mobile Il.iy the following year and nftcr tho war wan employed In
irulslng among the West Indies being wlceked once nt SnVtn Cnu.
I'ollowlng that episode In her, career she was found to bo unfitted for
further use us n steamship nnd hor inachlnery wns removed, convert
ing her Into a sailer. In 1XS! she was sent us u storeshlp to Samoa
with Adiiili,alKlinberIe's squniluni, arriving off l'.igo l'ngo n few days
nftcr tho wrpckliig,of the Trenton, the Viindulln, and the Nlpsle. 8ho
was next nieil .-is u training Mliool for naval endpts uu'd later again as u
stuieshlp on the Cuban bcith.
I'AltlS, rrnnre, Jlnrrh IS. In tho progress of. thy dlvoreo suit,
which Mrs. A. Hart MeKee has Wo light against her husband, Labml,
tho counsel for tho libelee, acruscd Mrs. Mi'Kei) of being uiifnltiifut to
l-cr uiuirl.igi) sown, naming nn Italian Marquis und Lord Itoslyn as co
Mrs. McKeo Is known In Honolulu, having passed through here
when tho wife of Hugh Tevls, of California. She Is tho daughter of '
(ho late f'olnnil flrurgo W. llaNler, fonuer (lovernor of Tennessee, nnd Is'
filmed for her great beauty, McKeo Is n I'lltshurg millionaire who
has been Involved in several scnnduls Inlelj nnd vlm llgured promi
nently In tho i'liipps dlwirccr case lust before Ills mnriiagn In 190T, llo
is net used by his wife of great cruelty, personal violence, und of mak
ing line to her maids mud servants,
(HIAYA0.1MI., Kcuadnr, March IS. Tho epidemic of bubonic plaguo
licie Is iiicieaslng, thcio being HI cases In tltV lazaretto oday. As a
piovoutivu measure It has been decided by the liuthorltles that tho
town hall, u historic building 200 years old, will have to bu burned
down. . ' '
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LIBERIA APPEALS FOR PROTECTION
WASIIINOTON, I). C March 18. An nppeal has been inado to tho
Culled States from the (lovcriimcnt of the Republic of Liberia for pro--tectlon
iigalnst l-'raneo. The I.lbo rlnn iiutboillles claim that Kranco Is
making aggiesslve movements within Llbeilan territory.
The popular Lilliputians will pie
scut Hie "llelle of Now Yoik" this
evening at tho Orplicuin This Is one
of the most successful loinlc operar.
ever staged and, as ph.yod by tho cjev
er 11 1 1 lo peoplo, Is one of thu strong
est In their lopeitolio.
It Is bilght, sparkling und musical
throughout und contains nruiy delight
lul songs, us well 'is lino rlinhiBCH.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
HIE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco,
and MYRTLE CIQAR STORE.
LOVEJOY & "COi
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 902 NUUANU.
CLARENCE y. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAO00-; BL0CZ.
ina - ADwezaSstrjcrfELinxMOTT
IN "HIGH" LIFE
The many charaiters In tio opera to
night wjll call out lliu best' lalen't of
Die I.UltpnlK and dlstilhujo very even
I) Iheipifiielpil paits.
It Is legn liable that (ho Lilliputians
tuiinot piolong Ihelr engagement hero.
They have taken Honolulu by storm
and lllled n lung cravlpg among the
ntiegoeis for somolhlng bright nnd
mnppy In the pporsi line. No ono
should lose the opportunity of henrlns
and sielng the little pgoph) during this
j ciigngenicnt us it Is no tolling how
long Honolulu will bo obliged to wnK
ror unotiier such treat. Tha i'llllo
will ho repcatCjiLtoinorfow light.
I I m m i '
Tho effort of Catallnb. lojea to
get K'.OOO out of I,. Jt. Whitchopte
for Injuries received nt tho Nuunnu
iluni received n knockout blow this
morning when Judgo Do Holt grant
ed thu motion of tho plaintiff for a
non-suit. Tho motion had been ar-
Kgued for two hours by T. M. Hnrrl-
eon for tho plaintiff nnd Trnnk
Thompson for tholtlefendant. '
XT BULLETIN AD8. PAY'
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, March 19.
l 'A ClltIZ Sailed Mnirli Ifi.
A II S. S. Mexican, for Snu Diego
Pl IMA CRUZ AnUcil March 13;
A II. S. S, Alaskan, from llllo, Teh
SAV niANCISCO-Snlled JIarch 18:
,m. bktne. Irmaid, for Honolulu
:tHULUI-8alled March 18:
A -II. S. 8. Ncbrnsknti, for Htmolulit.
I it M M n K K 35 K X M it H U 55 K M
i WATERFRONT NOTES
n. 10 V, Jl C 3 M,l K H,M 28 K K M
LOS ANflHLICS, -March 10. A lino
hf the speediest, handsomest steam
ers to ply between San Francisco and
Snn Diego, cuUng tho running tlmu
from 2G bonis to 18 nnd putting thu
Ecnlco in tho first rank of coastwise
Hues on tfiU l'acldc or Atlantic, Is
planned by the Pacific Coast Steam-
idilp Company according to scml-om-
clal Information. .1. I). I-arrell, re
gal tied as 1 hurl man's lieutenant in
the I'uget Sound region, und Samuel
Hill, son Id law of .lames J. Hill ot the
Great Northern, nro In Los Angeles,
paving the wny for .thN nnd ninny
other Improvements, Tho steamship
company Is to abandon lort Uis An-
Uetos, establishing laigo docking fa
cilities at san reiiiii. nto company s
whurfngo at San Diego is to bu In
SHATTLH, March 10 The steam
ship Stanley Dollar, owned by Hubert
Dollar of S.lii Francisco nnd named
for hi son, was launched today nt the
ship 5 arils of the Mornn Company. The
Stanley Dollar Is 250 feet long, cargo
capacity ",B00 tons, built 'of steel nnd
especially designed for Iho coastwtso
lunibir trade. She Is n new type ot
vessel and Is equipped with oil car
rying capacity for forty days sleamlns
and uveiy modem labor-saving device
for handling cargo. Mis. Dollar lirokt
tho buttlu of wine over her puiw.
LAST NIRIIT fiagmcnts of n wlic
Jess message from tho U. S. A. T
Sherman, thirteen hundred miles out
from Honolulu, were received here nt
tho Navnl Station wireless office, l'x
pert Isbclt caught pnits of the mes
sage hut on nccount of tho noise
along tho waterfront, was not nblo to
get all that Operator Farwell on the
Sherman was saying. Isbell mndo ar
rangements with Farwell when the
tiansport was hero to call Honolulu
until tho boat had reached over 2000
miles distance from this port.
THi: FOLLOWING FREIGHT was
liiougbt over uy tlio Clniuuno tins
morning: 30C0 sacks sugar, CO sacks
corn, 33,-harruls bottles, r,2 hogs, 3
mules, 1 horso, '259 pickagea hides.
2t3 packages sundries.
TIIK Fllti; In tho Inter-Island coal
pile burns merrily 011 despite the great
amount of wntcr that Is being poured
on It. Men uro now hauling tho coal
away as fast as possible.
Tim PACIFIC MAIL LINER-Mon
golln will, when she leturns fi 11111 tho
Orient, 'bo captained by First Officer
Fisher, Captain Hathaway recently'
"TIlEIti: IS A WATE11FHONT rum
nr to tho effect that thu tug Iioquols
will bo lidded to Admiral's Evans'
ffeet. It has not been confirmed.
THU TWO OIL SHIPS now in lsirt.
tho Marlon Chllcott and the Falls of
Clyde, will sail for Onvlotu tomorrow
or next duy.
Tho Ononlen Sugar Co. this morn
ing created n pleasant surprlso to Its
stockholders by announcing that It
would pay n dividend of 1 per cent, u
mouth, starting April 5, Soma
months ago there wns considerable
or 11 kirk when tho company cut out
t..e dividend of 11 similar amount,
which It hud then been paying for.
i-omo tliiiq., Provlous to this tho div
idends had been oven higher, "but,
had been gradually cut down to 1
per cent. The agents explained at
tho time that dividends had licou
raid In excess of what should have
been paid In view of thu great ex
ponso which the company had In
enrrpd for Impiovcments, nnd It Itf
now apparent that tho plantation Is
again In a financial condition which
la satisfactory to those. In chnrgo, It
is considered generally that tho div
idend hns como to stay, und that If
there Is any change therein It will
bu for the better.
George DnvlCs'thls moinlng lotlfleil
tho yacht committee' that ho would do
nate, the iilaln topmast for tho Ha
waii, nnfl Harry Whitney sent In a
check to bo used for tho benefit of tlio
tt n n
Tho running yestorday was linnl
on tho "dopestoi-s." Everything
pointed to a killing for tho runner
Gcorgo Wnrd was offering 1100 to
$80 on Indigo.
We will build for you anything
you iiccu 411 mc uusu line at a price
which cannot fail to give satisfac
tion. Anything from' a canoe to an
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works.
King near Alapai,
to -5 ? -Ir-f J" B Mom.
' 5 53 5 w 5 u '"
ri S 2 ?s -S J s s
am. (I. y-m, a m. pm Set
6 i 41 1.6 MI 9 9 6 o$ 6 It s S
T S T 'i J Jl 9 4 9 4 6 04 6 II 'Rises
18 3 SI S 4 ' ,0 to ? 6 ot 6 11 7 nt
1 4 J t.4 4 J5 to 40 tt 01 6 01 6 I 7 l
S 31 M JMiloT 11 $t 6 ot 6 It 8 a'
11 6 11 1-6 5 if II U 6 00 6 i g'4
p m in
tt 7 t8 1.6 6 I) Ik 6 o J6f" 5 59 6 1 10 4
Full moon Mnr. 17, 1:05 p. nt,
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 nitnufes slowor than Qrconwlcb,
time, being thnt of tho meridian of 167
icgrces 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows nt 1:30 p. m., which Is tho samo
as arccnwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
end moon nro for local tlmo for tho
X tf Jf 7C M JI M 1C Of H 3C It JC
Ji ARRIVED a
K K g K K II K K M K H K H id IS
Wednesday. March 18.
M. N. Co. S. S. lllloulnn, Johnson,
Irom San Francisco, G p, m.
Thursday, March 19.
H, S. Nebrnsknn, Oiecne, from Knhti-
I11I, a. 111.
SImr. Claiidlno. Dennett, from lla-
walla ports, it. in.
)t M X X X X M?C ii M K H X K it
il X X K K 3 )i K M W M V
Scbr. Concoid, Muses, for Katun
A.-II. S. S. Virginian, C.ilcord, for
Stmr. Miknhala, Oiegory, for Kauai,
C p. m.
jV- :: x s tt :: n- :: :,
If, W W if X . 1 f. K M X W X M "
SImr. Helenu, Nelson, from Hawaii
lJfX JO X V. B 9" H 5J K M M M
" TO SAIL FRIDAY "
ft. A tt ! it iS. A K K Jv f rt 3 W M X
llr. S. S. Elvnston, Putt, for New
castle, N. S. W (probibly).
Stmr. Claudlne, Dennett, for llllo
and Maul ports.
K DUE SATURDAY M
a K M a k x x x x k a x x a js k m
S. Ncbrasknn, from Ita-
Stmr. Klnau, Clarke
from llllo and
nay poits, n. in.
Stmr. Maul, Ilruhif, from
Jt M 55 X X 5C M K Jr, & 3a Jc Tt K !)!
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Claudlne, from Hawaii
and Mnnl "ports", March 10". F. I Win
ter. Wm. Eldld nnd wlfo, C. Slcmscu
and wife. L. C. Lymnn, It. W. Hnnill
Ion. II. W Liidlofr. J. V. StovcnBon,
C. Itocndahl and wife, F. T. Ilaldwln,
W. It. Patterson, II T. Taylor, J. Mc
Aullfte, Sir. Akahoskl, Mr. Ahana,
.lack. Hcnrlo, E. A. Mott-Smlth, 1).
Conway, Y. Ynmanaka, C. O. Kiina,
Tom Hee, wife and child, 73 deck pus
5t X Y X X 3C H X X M BT, S 3C J5 R
PASSENGERS BOOKED A
X K X S M X 5r M M X M H JO 8C H 31
Per S. S. Hllontun, Joiiuson, for San
Frnnclsco, March It, 10 a. m. Mrs. J.
II. Drow and daughter, Mrs, M. D
Prime, Mr. nnd Mr,s. M. J. Dlssoll nnd
(laughter, Mrs. Cnpt.-fnunders, Mrs.
A. It. I.lndor, Mr. 'and Mrs. J. V.
Young, Mrs. Wolch nnd dnughtcr, Mh.
ft. D. Mcndo and daughter, Dr.jind
Mrs. Ilelnmnnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. l W
Todd, Miss Uowman, Mfss 'Hutchlns,
Mr, nnd Mrs. T. S. Kny, Mrs. Wnlty,
Mrs. Hewctf. dipt, nnd Mrs. Onrland.
and three children, Mrs, S. Smith, Mrs.
Mary C. Campbell, Mr. Frank Dodge,
Miss Hnrlcan James, .Mr. nnd Mrs
Per stmr, Mlkahuln, for Kauai,
March 10. Col, Ucorgu Do Ln Vergno,
Mrs. Q. A. Jennings, Q. 'q. llrudford,
Per A.-H.,S. S. Nehraskan, March 21.
for Snn Iinnclsco. Mrs. M. I). Prlnio.
ii ' Ii i
Temperatures fl a, m.w72; 8 a. ni
'5; 10 a. in,, 78; noon, SO; morning
flarnmoter, 8 n. ui . 30.10; absolute)
hpnildity, 8 n. m,, .0.540 grains .por
culilc foot- relative humidity, 8 nf 111,,
70 per cent; duw point; 8 n. 111., CI,
Wind (1 n. 111., velocity 3, direction
W.; 8 u. m velocity 4, dliecllon E.j
10 u. in., Telocity. 10, direction N. U.;
boon, velocity. 0, direction N. K.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
111.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 154 miles.
WM n. STOCKMAN, -Section
Director, U! B", Weather Iliircan
Pursuant to call by tlio County
Coinniltteo of tlio County of Oalfu,
Iho Eighth Precinct Republican Club
of the Fourth Representative District
will hold n meeting at 7:30 o'clock
Friday night, March the 20th, nt
Thomas Squnro, for tho purpose of
nominating delegates to tho Republi
can Convention to bo held Monday,
April 13th, 1908, nt Honolulu. These,
delegates to bo voted for on Sntiu'dny,
March 28th, 1908, botween.3 and C p.
m. Said ptcclnct Is entitled toi'threo
delegates to said convention.
Any oilier further business touch
ing tho wclfaio of tlio said precinct
will bo taken up at that time.
C, L. CRABBE,