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BVEN1NO nUI.LETIN. HONOLULU. T. IT., SATURDAY, MAR. 21, 1908.
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" Honolulu ChnpUr Regular vj fl I i4o
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V Honolulu Commandcry-i-ReJ fj
Cross. I Vi
5r All visiting im-uiDOM oi me ru
All visiting rm-uibors of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend mcjtlngn of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1'.
MeoLi every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. 0. V. Hall, Fort Stieet.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
hen. i'. vickeks, n. i.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. S, K. of P.
ri,nia nirnr 'luesday evening nt
i:30 o'clock In IC. of V. Hall, cor.
Fott and UeretanlR. Visiting broth
crs 'cordially invited to attend.
W. I,. LYLE. CO.,
F. WALDRON, K U.S.
King and Bethel Sts.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meats ovory Friday evening at
7:30 in K. ot l'. Hall, corner Fort
and ReretaMa. Visiting brothoiB
cordially lnvltod to attend.
A. O. DBniUNd, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.S.
IJONOLULU LODGEGIO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Loilgo No. (51C, B. I. O.
13., v.111 meet in their hall on Kins
Pear Fort street ovory Friday even
ing. lly ordor ot tho K It.
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, M. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort and Heretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially lnvltod 'to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE. C.C.,
13. A. JACOHSON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets ou the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. or P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort btroets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W., Vrest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets avery ilrst and third Thurs
dava of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
Sond in your orders at once to
Bo Wo .
The Finc3t Jade Jewelries, Etc,
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your ordor now for Chinese
Eow Year. "
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER
are still on sale and more pop
ular than ever.
SOLD ONLY BY
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
EASTERN and PARISIAN,
MISS POWER'S : Boston Bldj,
us your old Gold or Silver; also your
Diamonds, Watches, Precious Stones
nnd Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
A GOOD SIGN
It will build you up
CHAMBERS' DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
PHONE 131. .
zxujezrjmjmxtx3LK aawgyjnTmura wna .
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
WAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
For Hire or Sale
Driving; and Saddle Horses. Rigs of
All Kinds. Careful Drivers.
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlna
Bulletin gives n comphto summary f
the newt of tho day.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD
he Bulletin ome.
cards on tale at
Panama lints cleaned nt tho Olobe.
Ladles' vests on snlo nt Whitney &
Mnrah's on Monday.
Capt S Ilradlcy was among tho nr-
rival today on tho Klnnii.
A. C. Wull nnd T. E. Wnll arrived
till morning on tho Klnau.
Ring up Scotty's when you want n
good auto ride. Phono 107.
Putnam Health Pills mako rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try them.
Major Dunning of Fort Shatter to-
turned today on tho Rtenmer Kinnu.
To lu'cp a pleasant tnto In the
mouth ull tho tlmo, juut chew Dentynv
A nlco hot lunch, whether you liny n
drink or not, Is nerved dally from I to
6 nt tho Fntdilou Saloon.
C'apt J. M Mncauley camo back to
day In tho Klnau. He Is looking well.
In tho hnndling nf Iluckhcd I.ltlila
Sarhw will open next Monday with
i. big salo of Easter goods, nt Hpuclal
pilces. Don't fall to seo tho window
ITavo you ordered jottr caso of Tan
nan yet? Don't forget It. Ring up 171
nnd thus lo sure of avoiding disap
Thompson & demons for plaintiff
moo to hnvo tho caso uf Ratter's Law
& Collection Co. Y3, Marlon M. Liming
hot for trial.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic '
Yo.t will bo surprised at Its coollne
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co.. agents.
Albeit Tinsk has u considerable lot
of halt sand and dltt fur filling pur-
posen winch ho is willing tn sell at a
M-iy reueonnblo ptlco delivered.
Tim big linen buIo at Illom's, to be
gin on Monday, will break ull records
fur bargain prices In table damask and
iiupklns. Sou the window display.
Tho White Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is the best bowing ma
chine In tho world. Runny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12GG, Fort street. Phone 488.
Your typewriter should be kept in
txcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
i no apriug biyiea in linrt, Hcliat
fner & Marx suits are tho very best
for stylo, good taste, fit. and wearing
ability. Seo them before you get your
Thompson & demons for defendant
In tho damage quit of Catallun Mojeu
vs. L. M. Whltehousc, whorrlu plain
tiff was nonsuited at trial, hnvo filed
a cost bill of S1G.G0.
M. A. Oimst & Co., "Tho House ol
Staples," will discontinue Ibsulng pre
mium ccrtlllcates ou and lifter March
31st. They wi.i redeem nil outstand
ing ccrtlllcates In tho usual manner.
No lino and cry would bo raised for
Prohibition If every saloon In Hono
lulu wero conducted as docontly as
tho Hoffman, and If nil tho liquor sold
In town was ns puro as that vended
nt the reaort named.
A Walpahu plantation train lad
night killed a Japanese plantation lab
orer while rounding n curve. Tho man
was walking on tho track and was not
boon by Hie Hawaiian engineer on ao
count of the darkness.
Among tho Government officials who
icturned today on tho steamer Klifyu
were Governor Frear and private sec
letaiy C. H. Mcllrlde, Land Commit
bloner J. W. Pratt and Marston Cainii
bell. Superintendent of Public Works.
nyoiiH tbnt wanH a package, b
note, or anything clso delivered to
! pate ot uio city can be obliged at
Peter's Messenger Sen Ice. All you
havo to do Is to call 3G1 and your
wants will 'bo Immediately attended
to. Tho tlmo for deliveries by wagon
can be seen In our advertisement on
tho social page of this Issue.
A special service will bo conducted
by prominent ladles of Honolulu lu
morrow' morning lu tho Oahu prison
yard, commencing at 11 o'clock. Tlu
SSth birthday of Funny J. Crusby, the
win Id's famous blind hymn compose!
will bo celebrated. Tho O. P. quartet
will (.lug somo of their famous songi,
many of which were compobed by the
.Allen & Robinson have brought n
stilt In ejectment against .lesso and
Virginia Mnkalnal, alleging that thoy
havo unjustly nnd contrary to law
and tho rights of the plaintiff, taken
Into their possession two pieces ol
land at Kaluaapalena, Kallhl. The
plaintiffs complain that they haw
been damaged to (ho extent of $2500
and nsk for this amount ami posses
ion of tho land.
Tho Vickers Repair Shop for bhoes
that aro bllghtly worn or almost worn
out Is tho best placo in town to got
jour old Bhocs mado to look llko new
The modern machinery and tho oxcol
lent quality of leather used at thle
bhoii in repairing must convince overy
nun that It Is wull worth tho pilco to
havo their shoes icmodoled by this up
to-dato house where tho pi ices nie
teusoiiablo and tho worlfmauslilp of
An appeal has been taken from A. S
Mnhaulu, District Mnglstrnto of Wal
:ilua, In a judgment for 505.40 in favor
of Jonathan Shaw agalnBt W. W.
Iloyd, for rent of n houso on School
btreet. wnlulua Agricultural Co, us
garnishee being oulureil to withhold
25 per cent of defendant's salary until
the judgment Is satisfied. Manager
Ooodalu testified that lioyd owed tho
compimN over ?90 and had mado nn
PK3lgiunent of his sulary on account
of his Btoro bill. It Is tho garnishee
Answering T. M. Harrison's com
plaint ugalnst himself, the Treasurer
and tho Audltoi of Hawaii, Wllllum
Savidgo, administrator under tho will
of Frank Lucwelko, Bays ho Is unable
to stato at this tlmo whotlior tho es
tate will be solvent or not, although
not admitting that question a3 being
innloilal, and ho admits that ho re
fuses to lecognlzo Hie lieu ot com
plainant until It Is satisfactorily es
tablished by tho court. Tho fight Is
over tho ?1C00 voted by tho Legisla
ture in his lifetime on a claim against
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 and up-to-date. '
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON' BUILDING.
SUPPLIES OF ALL'TCINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
LOVE JOY &" CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tho
v, Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
268 Beretanla 8t. Phono 140!.
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAOOOi: BLOCK.
CLEAN CARBON PAPERS N
make impressions that arc permanent, and do not rub in hand
ling, because they have no grease in their composition.
Their impressions are sharper and more clear-cut than the
old grease carbon; and, because they ARE clean, they can be used
twice as long as any other. That makes them cost less.
' HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY,
Thursday, March 19.
J1AI.INA CRUZ Sailed Mnich 1G.
A II. S. S. Mexican, for San Diego
SAI.INA CIIU52 Arrived March 15!
A -H. S. S. Alaskan, from Illlo, Feb,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 18:
in. bktne. Irmgard, for Honolulu.
KaIIULUI Sailed March 18:
A.-H. S. S. Nobraskan, for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 19.
S'SATTM! Hailed March 18:
A.-H. S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu.
Friday, March 20.
YOKOHAMA Arrived March 20:
Jup. S. 8. America Marti, hence
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Match 20.
Jap. S. S. Nippon Morit, fiotn Hono
lulu.' SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 20:
A.-H. S. S. Nuvadan, for Honolulu.
PORT HAKKOIID Sailed Maich 20:
An). S, S. Santu Maria, for Honolulu.
KAHULITI Arrived Match 20:
A.-H. S. S. Virginian, from Hono
lulu. Saturday, March 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, March 20:
Am. Schr. Dofender, for Mahtikonn.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 21:
O. 8. 8. Alameda, for Honolulu.
A.-H. S. S. Arlzonnn, for Ptiget
SYDNEY Arrived Match 21:
Rr. 8. S. Aornngl, hence March 7.
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IS) 9 46
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4 SS 1 40
3 oa tl 07
S IS H II
6 i it 06
6 o C II
6 of, 6 If
I J9 6 IJ 10 41
Full moon Mar. 17, 4:0D p, m.
Hawaiian standard tlmo is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Oroenwlch
time, being that of tho meridian of 1B7
icgrees 30 minutes. The tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 11. in., which is tho same
as Oreonwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local time for the
( U H. ID & B W M EH M K U IK M M
H K K K X it K K X ii M H U M
Saturday, March 21.
S. S. Asia, Gnukroger, from Orient,
C.-30 a, m.
Stinr. Klnau, Clarke, from Hllo and
Hawaii ports, D 30 a, m.
Stmr. Despatch, Kokcrwltz, from
Eleelo, n. 111.
Stmr. Asia, Gauktogcr, from Orient,
7 n. m.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Ciystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Ag-ent
JAPAN PREPARES FOR FLEET
TOKIO, Japan, Match 20. Tho acceptance by the American Gov
ernment of tho Invitation of Jnpan that the American Fleet visit somo
of the Jnpnneso ports on their voyage around the world has been re
ceived here with much gratification, anil tho Government and people nie
preparing to -give tho ships and men n splendid reception.
DUKE SEEKS CONSENT
.'ItOMB,' Italy, March 20. Tho Duke d'AbruzzI Is returning hero to
tocuro'tho consent of his royal relative, tho King of Italy, to his mar
riage to 'Miss Ulklns. daughter of Senator Klkins, whose marriage will
ralbe her also to royal rank.
AT LEAST GET SYMPATHY
LONDON, England, March 20. Hrltlsh Government officials havo
pjmpathetlcally receded tho suggestion from the Canadian Government
tllut trouble would be nveitcd by the restricting of Hindu emigration
fiom India to Canada.
R M S a K )! K H HI 11 U K J! I! B
M PASSENOERS BOOKED
JC 51 M K Jf 5C If !t 1 K fl M at n a
Per S. 8. Hllonlan, Johnson, for San
Francisco, March 24, 10 a. m. Mrs. J.
II. Drew uud dnttghter, Mrs. M. 1)
Prime, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Illssoll and
daughter, Mrs. Capt. Saunders, Mrs.
A. R. Llnder, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F.
Young. Mrs. Welch and daughter, Mrs.
H. D. Meado and daughter, Dr. nnd
Mrs. Helnmann, Mr. and Mrs. II. W
Todd, Miss Ilowman, Miss Hutchlns,
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Kuy, Mrs. Wnlty,
Mrs. Hewett, Capt. and Mrs. Garland
and three children, Mrs. S. Smith, Mrs.
Mnry C. Campbell, Mr. Frank Dodgo,
Miss Itnrlean James, Mr. and Mrs
Per stmr Mattnn Ken, for Illlo and
way ports, March 24. Queen Lllliu
kalanl and two others, A. Dreler, Mrs.
C. J. Robinson, Misses Shlpman (2),
R. Hind and wife, Miss Mlnnlo Ray
mond, Mrs. M. D. Cook, Mrs. A. C.
Ficcmnn, Miss Mabel Freomnn, J.
Plinley. Mrs. D. C. Richardson, E. J.
Lord, L. M. Whltehouse, F. E. Thomp
son, W. A. AVnll, J. H. Fisher, F. A.
Wlckett. Adam Lindsay. K. M. Wat
eoii, E. Duvnuchello, John Frohllch, A.
H. Ellert, Mrs. C. C. Frye, Miss N. C.
Graff, E. D. Graff and wife.
Per 8. 8. China, for tho Orient,
March 23. Mrs. A. II. Cheney, Mr. A.
W. Cheney and niece.
Per S. 8. Asia, for San FranclBCo,
March 21. Mr. F. Pollard and It. Nil-
FDR M'KINLEY STATUE
K 311 M 8C A X A ii 3t W H M M K X
X H W M X K X A M M 5C Hi
Friday, March 20. I
Ilr. S. S. Elvustoti, Putt, for Now
ciiBtle, N. S. W., 12 noon.
Stmr. Clniidlnc, llennett, for Hllo
nnd Maul ports, r p. m.
A.-H. S. S. Nubrnskan, Knight, for
San Fianclsco, R p. m.
Stmr. Mattnn Kca, Freeman, oxcur
clou mound Kauai.
Schr. Kit Mol, Hlpa, for Hllo and
Saturday. March 21.
Sp. Falls of Clyde, for Gnvlotn, a. m..
Marlon Chllcott, for Gavlotn, a. 111. W,
S. S. Asln, Gaukrogor, for San
Frimclbco, 2 p. in.
5( 31 )) X; K 5 M 5C 51 5C 5t Jt 3J X U
X SAILING TODAY i
:t M X JC K M K M X X !C K M M M X 71
Am. sp. Marion Chllcott, Anderson,
for Gavlota, 7 p. m.
P. M. S. S. Asia, for San Francisco,
Am. sp. Astral, Dunham, for Hllo.
i1 DUE MONDAY M
M X K K E ITS8 KKXltlllXN
P. M. S. S. China, Frlelo, from Sau
WASHINGTON', D. C, March 2 0. The ocean mail subsidy bill,
which was today passed In tho Senate, provides for the payment of four
dollars n mite for lfi-knot steamships and two dollars a mile for 12
a 1 01
ST0ESSEL GOES TO PRISON
ST. PETERSI10RG, Kusslii, March 20. General Stocsscl, whoso
death sentence the Czar has refused to commute, was today taken to pris
on. GOVERNOR VERY ILL
HOSTON, Mass., March 20.
tluu and his lecovcry Is doubtful.
Twr-un L rrgT r- . .4. .. l j.1 -
Govoruor Guild Is lu it serious condl-
li il K 3t- K X 5t X W M JC 3 M 'J pabscngcr for Honolulu and had only
WATERFRONT NOTES t n few for the Coast. She dumped ort
KUIfltlKttltHUliKK it , S40 tons of freight hero. She sailed
for tho Coast this afternoon at
THE TWO OIL VESSELS, the Mil'
Hon Chllcott and the Falls of Clyde,
loth left this morning fiom hers on
their way to Gavlotn. As they are
both headed for the sumo place uud
lire leaving at the same time, theie
will probably bo somewhat of a rato.
THE MAUNA KKA got nway nil
light at 9 o'clock last night on her
trip around the Island of Kauai.
There wete about 150 prominent men
on board from here, and more will be
picked up at Kauai ports.
THE A.-H. INTER-ISLAND DOAT
Despatch arrived bore early this
morning from Eleelo and other poits
Memorial Trustees May Have
Men of the Country for
Denlson, R. I. LI I- n
i, E. E. Dcssur, D. 1
atteu, A. C. Wall, ll
d. S. Spltzcr, Mrs 1
M. Loested, W; 'Al
CARRYING THE GOVERNOR of
the Territory tind a number of pi em
inent ofQclals, tho lutor-Iblund Com
eany's boat'Klnntt ni rived hero from
Hllo and Hawaii ports this morning
about 10 o'clock. This Is probably
the Inst trip ot the famous old boat
us tho flag-ship ot the licet, tho
Manna Ken now going on her inn.
It has not Ixym stated yet what run
the Kinnu will bo changed to, nnd,
In fact, tho olflcluls ot the company
bay that It has not been decided, Tho
Klnau had fairly good weather both
tilps. Even Secretary "Mnc" failed
to get sick on tho tea, though ho
hold up his hands In holy horror
when mention was made of the
mountain lielghu. Purser Phillips
reported that tho schooner Albert
tailed from Hllo for Kannnpiilt on
Thursday; the Annlo Joluibon n,r
llved Monday; tho Virginian sailed
from Hllo last night; tho Maul Is duo
hero tomorrow morning; tho I.Ikclikc
will unload a hunch of rnttlo nt the
Settlement tomorrow morning, com
ing to Honolulu In the afternoon.
Tho Klnau had n large passenger , THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
list, a great many of whom came.
over simply to ride back ou tho
Maunu Ken on hor first trip.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE PACIFIC MAIL LINER Asia
arrived hero early this morning from
the Orient. She brought only onojG2 S. KING ST,
W. W. Ahana jCo.,
"It Is posslblo for Honolulu to
hao n McKlnley statuo by Charles
,1. Mulligan, sculptor, and D. II. Hur
nahain, architect," said a prominent
business wan today, "Mr. Uurna
liam U famous for his plans for re
building San Francisco; also for his
work In Cuba nnd tho Philippines.
Mr. Mulligun's statuo of McKlnley
erected In McKlnley Park, Chlcngo,
Is pronounced a great work ot art
Loth by the nrt critics und the friends
and relatives of McKlnley.
"Mr. Mulligan haB executed many
noted commissions. Tho most Impor
tant ot these .tro the General T. F.
Meagher statuo In front of the Stato
Capitol building, Helena, Mont.; tho
Lincoln stntuo at Puna, 111.; tho Mo
Klnloy statuo lu Chicago; tho Inde
pendence Memorial Fountain, Chi
cago; nnd the Lincoln monument,
"Tho colossal gtoups for tho Min
ing building, the Illinois building,
tna Missouri building, nt tho World's
Fair nt St. Louis, wero his. He spent
more tlinn two yeari on the sculpture
work for the great Illinois Teinplo of
Peace nt Vicksburg, Mississippi; al
bo the two colossal groups in stone
for tho Illinois Supreme Court build
ing nt Sprlngflold, 111. Ho Is nt pres
ent engaged, on tho Geneinl Philip
Shorldun equestrian statue mid other
"This Is a raro opportunity to se
cure the best statuo of Its kind and
bhould not bo lot pass. Here Is a
strong combination of sculptor und
nrchlteqt which In ability and skill
aro unquestioned In the world ot
art. Their services co,n bo secured
for nn nmount within tho limits of
the funds on hand for tho purpose.
H S X M M X M K H K X M M 3i
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Voi S. S. Klnuu, ClKike, from Hi
wnll 'ports, March 21. F. P. II. Joso,
Mrs. F. P. II. Jose, I). Terry, Mrs. D.
Terry, Major Dunning, Mrs. Norrls,
A. A. Wilson, Geo. Denlson. R. I. Lll-
lie, Mrs. R. I. Lllllc, E,
E. Metzer, K. F. Patten,
T. E. Wnll, V. Hurd.
W. T. llnldlng, C.
Vnnnattn, Ah I loo, C. Hall, Nishlmiira,
Miss L. Mutch, A. Masakl. Miss S. Ma
sakl, Master 8. Masakl, Mrs. A. Ma
sakl and Infant, C. E. Wright, Capt. S.
Uradley, M. F. E.ikley, E. E. nush, J.
II. Mackenzie, Mrs. J. 11. Mackenzie
Master J. Mackenzie, Master A. Mac
kenzie, Mrs. S. Kahclo nnd Infant, F.
A. Aloxsnder, D. L. Meyer, J3. P Hart
ley, L. W. Molcott, Capt. J. It. Macau
ley, B. Uoylo, M. llodrlgues. I. FIJI
moto, B. Wuggoner, J. K. Kennedy,
Governor W. F. Frear, C. H, McUrldo.
J. W. Pratt, Marston Campbell, A.
Per S. a AEla, from the Orient, 8:30
a. m., Mnrch 21 For Honolulu: Chas.
II. Dioad. For San Francisco: C. IJ.
Wilkinson, Mrs. W. E. Mttsgrove, child
end nurse, Rov. A. 11, Do Roos, Mrs.
M. L. Carman, Knimoni Clark, Ful
lest Llvesay. Charles Blckel, Miss Wil
kinson, S. n. Shlloy, Mrs. A. R. Do
Roos nnd 2 children, MIbs 13. Tletjo,
Thomas F. Carter, Mrs. Foirest Llvo-bay.
Tho Board of tho Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association petitions for n reg
istered title to flvo lots In tho Kalua
tract. Wnlluku, containing an nroa of
10,993 square feet, On tho roturn of
tho former owner tho land wns as
scsscd for taxation at $2500. It Is
now occupied by a Japancso prlvto
irfiuiBuuu si-jiuui, u jiipuuesu pursou
ngo and a Janancso lodging houso. nil
PHONE 525, under the direction ot tho petitioner.
KitJtKlt X W, X )t, 5t 14 K H H it
K DUE TOMORROW M
tiHIXXAMJlJiX X'fli M K M M
Stmr. W. Q. Hall, Thompbon, from
Stmr. Milium Kea, Freeman, from
excursion nrniind Kauai.
Stmr. Iwnlnnl, Self, fiom Molokal
und Maul poits.
Stmr. I.lkollkc, Naopala, from I In
wall ports, p. m.
3 H K K K SSI H UK W K M 5? K 38
X PASSENOERS DEPARTED
X K K tf Jf DO M . JS )i it 1.1 j JO
Per stmr. Claiidlno, for Hllo and
Maul ports, Mnrch 20. W. M. Glffard,
Jlr. Jordan, E. G. Claik, K. W. H.
Roendnhl and wife, Mrs. Joo Knlutna,
Mrs, Marlun W. Hendry, Ben Clarke,
T, V. King, W. It. Patterson, W. T.
Robinson, Mrs. D. Carey, Mrs. S. Hol
land, Miss Caroy, Dr. Caiey, J. W.
Wadmnn, R. Mills.
Per 8. S, Nubraskun, for San Fran
Cisco, March 20. Mrs, M. I), Prime, F.
Bar BULLETIN ADS. PAY
We will build for you anything
you nee in the boat line at a price
which cannot fail to give satisfao-
uon. Anything irom a canoe to a
Charles D, Walker
Boat and Maohine Works,
King near Alapai.
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