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BVENINO nUM-BTIN. HONOLULU. T. II.. TUESDAY, MAR. 21, 100S.
Roie Croix 18th Degree.
Oceanic Third Deoree.
Perfection Reoular, 7:33.
All visiting member of ba
order are cordlnlly Invited to
attend meetings of local lodgei
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, 1'ort Sticet.
i:. It. lli:.NI)UY. Secretary.
hi:x. r. vickeus. n. o.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. ot 1. Hall. cor.
r'ort and Ileretanlr.. Visiting broth
ers corJIally Invited to attend.
V. J.. LYLE. CO..
F. WALDRON, K.K3.
OAKU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meats every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of 1'. llnll, corner Koit
and Heretnnla. Visiting brothels
tordlally Invited to attend.
A 0. DEEKING, CO.,
JAS. V. WHITE. K.ll.3.
HONOLULU LODOE C16, B. P. 0. B.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, U. 1. O.
U., will meet In tuelr hall on King
sear Fort street every Friday even
lly order of the E It.
HARRY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICIIAROSON, H. 11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening ni
7:S0 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and llerotanla. Visiting broth
irt cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEE. C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON, K.K.8.
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
Derctunla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
lend. W. Ii. FRAZEE. W Prost.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
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, Precious Stones
and Jewelry. We will give you all
the law allows,
1018 JJUUANU NEAE KING.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIONS.
' tt rnsn Mt&uxjaaancuxsmannxammm
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
UOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
vhe newi of the day,
A.Al, m.ltWhlriadtatel iii-iWir nun hr rilifc.rtftiittkillte I ii.il 'l-riMiJifeMill-M III
h.ing and Bethel Sts.
-. ALOHA TOOTH POWDER
nre still on sale and more pop
ular than ever.
SOLD ONLY BY
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
EASTERN and PAIUSIAN,
MISS POWER'S Boston BldgJ
RUN DOWN J
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING ATS.
For Hire or Sale
Driving and Saddle Horses. Rigs of
All Kinds, Careful Drivers,
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
le bulletin office.
cards on sals at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Help your favorite newsboys to
win a bicycle or a suit of clothes, by
buying a Bulletin,
Panama hats cleaned at the Globe.
Putnam Health Pills make rich
blood; 60c. n package. Try them.
Thcie is no finer delicacy than
chocolate made br Allcfrretti.
To keep n pleasant taste In the
mouth nil tho time, 'Just chow Dentync
A nice hot lunch, whether you buy a
drink or not, Is served daily from 4 to
0 nt the Fashion Saloon.
Excelsior I.odgo No. 1, I. O. G. !'.,
will meet this Tuesday evening at
7.30 111 Odd Fellows hall.
The Sensldu cottages nrc delightful
In the summer time. Engage n cot
tagc now for tho season.
Mr. ami Mrs. Dillingham weir
among tho. departing passongeis on
thu now steamer Mnunii Kea.
Court Cnnioes No. 8110, A. (). 1"
will meet In San Antonio hull, Vine
ynrd street, this Tuesday evening at
President Iloosovelt sent Governor
Frear nn advance copy of his message
to Congress on tho Inland Wntcrwajs
Housewives should bo sure to take
advantage while It IiiBtg of the grout
i eduction, sale of asparagus ut Hum;
Mny & Co., Ltd.
There will bo a special meeting of
'Oceanic d-odge No. 371. F. & A. M..
this evening at 7:30 o'clock for work
In the third degree.
Queen I.llluoknlanl nnd Mrs, J. Aea
were passeugerB on the Manna Kea to
day. They wont to 11 Ho ns guests ol
Mrs. Knima Nawahl.
A meeting of the executive commit
tee on tho tk-ct reception will probably
he held tills week for the purpose ot
Messrs. Theo. II. Dalles & Co., Ltd.,
received advices from the Mnramu at
Btivn that she can accommodate but
four passongers from this port.
Tom Qiiliin has gone Into tho nuto
hack liuilnoss with n fine four-passenger
llulck mid Is prepared to furnish
the best possible service. Phone 3G1.
The Whlto Family Ilotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is the best sewing ma
chine In tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd,
agents, 126G, Fort street. Phono 483.
Fifty cents n month Is pretty cheap
Insurance on your Jewelry and valu
anion, Isn't It? Kent a safe deposit
box from the Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellcnt order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Have you ordered that enwu of four
dozen bottles ot Tausan iih yet? 11
not, do not dolay u moment, ring up
171 and bo assured of prompt de
Our Guntlier h candles are the vcrj
best of thu Imported lines, and we
make the best Home Made candy In
Honolulu. Try It. Palm Cafe, Hotel
street near Fort.
Don't trust yourself to a "rickety"
ladder. Our extension and stop-lad
ders never get that way, because they
ere made right. Lowers & Cooke,
Ltd., 17" S. King stieet.
James w. Pratt will probably gle
a lease of his homo In Muklkl for some
months, taking apartments nt the
Young, during tho absence of his wife
and family on tho mainland.
Heroic getting u phonograph hem
the Edison smooth-running, noiseless
ly working machine. It Is the cheap
est ns well as tho best of first clasj
machines. Hawaiian News' Co., Ltd.
There will bo a meeting of tho Re
piiblicnu Club of tho 9th precinct, 5th
district, this evening at 7:30 o'clock
at tho resldenco of Captain John Ka
uac near tho Pnlama pumping station.
No hue and cry Would be ralsod for
Prohibition If every saloon In Hono
lulu were conducted as docontly at-
tho Hoffman, and If nil thn liquor sold
In town was as puro as that vended
at tho resort named.
Tho Illtonlau has the following
(relght for San Francisco: 2700 tons
refined sugar, 50 tons fertilizer, 3C00
bunches bananas, 5000 cases canned
pineapples, 400 hacks rlco, 1000 bags
coffee and miscellaneous freight.
Final receipts have been filed In the
matter or tho estate of John F. An
derson, deceased, for $004.98 Inherit
anco tax to tho Territory, $750 attor
ney's fco to J. W. Catbcart and $750
commission to C. M, Cooko, executor.
Services In connection with tho or
ganization of a church at the Kame
haineha schools, and tho Installation
of Huv. J. L. Hopwood, as pastor, will
bo held this evening jit 7:30 o'clock
In tho IllBhop memorial chapel.
Friends of tho schools aro cordially
Invited to bo present.
In celebintlon of their twentieth an
niversary. Pacific Hebeknh Lodge No.
1. I. O. O. F., will glvo an at homo on
Thursday evening, March 20th, and
cordially Invito nil Odd Fellows and
their families and all Ilebekahs and
their families to attend. Cards will bo
tho feature of the evening, and hand-
borne prizes will be awarded tho wln
L, G. Blackmail has been appointed
a special Inspector of foreign birds and
animals for the U. S. Department of
Agriculture. Ills duties will bo to Is
sue permits for thu entry of foreign
birds ami animals and to decide all
questions In connection with tho Men
tlflcatlon of tho Imported animals and
birds ns to whether permits aro neces
sary or whether tho species Is prohib
ited. Probably tho most dUtlngiiiBheil
passenger who passed through here
yesterday on the steamship China was
Liang Hsun, Chlnoso Charge d" Affairs
lit tho City of Mexico for tho past live
years. Ho was accompanied by his
wife, ton nnd daiightor. Liang Hsun
was educated In America and Is a
graduate of Amherst College. When
Minister Wu arrived In America, Le
ung Hsun mado application to ho re
llevcd. This vast grunted him and hu
lh now returning to China. Yester
day, ho said thut ho did not caro ta
como back to America on account of
the petty unnoyanceB.
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.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleanlno
258 Beretanla 8L Phone 140!.
11LI I A1LI I. i LLl
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Agent
Prince Ho Horrified
By Attack On Stevens
TOKIO, Japan, March 23. Prince Ito was horrified at the attempt
ed murder of Counsellor Stevens.
Special Agent Ishll declares that the reasons for such an attempt
The feeling here Is that the murdorotis assault on Counsellor Ste
vens Is u blow at Prince Ito by the ones opposed to his policy In Ko-lea.
TAKAHIRA GREATLY AFFECTED
WASHINGTON. I). C. Murch 23.
affected ut receipt of the news of the utlcmpl to nssasslnato Counsellor
Stevens and the news of his being wounded. 0
STEVENS BESTING C0MF0ETABLY
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal March 23. The condition of D. W. Stev
ens, counsellor of, tho Japanese. Government, who was shot this morn
ing by Koreans, was favorable to terovery. One ot the assailants, who
was shot, Is still alle.
Hi 11 statement to the pollco the captured assassin Bald that Stevens
had lied to the American papers regarding conditions In Korea; that he
had taken money from the Koreans nnd had then turned around and
assisted Japan. He acknowledged that he, hud shot the Counsellor and
expressed a hope thnt his victim would die. If the wounds ho had given
proved fatal he wns willing then to dlo himself.
COUNTESS M0NTEIL UNDER ARREST
PARIS, Franco, March 23. The Countess Montell was plnccd un
der arrest today by tho Paris police on the chnrgo of burglary. This
has cnused a great sensation. Tho Countess Is a brilliant boclety wo
man und has always been regarded as Immensely wealthy.
MRS. ROBERTS ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
SANTA CRU& Oil.. Mnrch 23. The wife of W. II. Roberts, the
gcijt ut Seattle of tho American-Hawaiian steamshlpi line, tried to
commit suicide today. Her conditlcn tonight was serious.
TAFT AND TAKAHIRA. AT TRENTON
TRENTON, N. J., March 23.
Tnkahlra spoke before the Trenton
tecelvlng rousing receptions.
K 3J H It K K 51 H K S K M U K It K
IN A MISTY RAIN this morning
tho Matson Navigation Company'H
liner lillonlan sailed away for tho
Coast with 0110 of tho largest passen
ger Huts that the boat has ever car
ried. A great many of tho people who
nail Intended to leave for tho Coast on
tho Mongolia or other largo steamers.
but who when they found out that
there would bo no accommodations for
them, booked on tho smaller regular
steamers. Tho Alameda, which Is duo
hero Friday, will probably have a
large tiumlnr of passengers when sho
goes out, as did tho lillonlan today.
Tho wireless stutton hero will keep In
touch with thu lillonlan operator us
lung as pusblblo, and (ho vender 011
tho ship will call Honolulu each uven
lilg until sho near San Francisco.
ADMIRAL VERY will loavo his post
April 24th, He know Captain Kccs,
who succeeds him, 31 yours ugo.
THE U. S. S. IROQUOIS sailed yes
terday from Midway Island and should
urrlve hero Friday.
THE HARK AMY TURNER Is ly
ing by tho Wulklkl side of tho Matbon
VICTORIA. D, C March 14. Tho
cablo repair steamship Restorer of tho
Commercial Pacific Cablo Company,
which arrived hero In January to und
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.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
1QVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
OLABENCE W. MACFAELANE
IN THE MAG0017 BLOCK.
Minister Tuknhlra waB greatly
Secretary of War Taft and Minister
Ch'nmber of Commerce today, both
ergo her annual overhauling In tho
Esnulmault dryilock, is to mako her
headquarters ut Victoria In thu future.
Instead of at Honolulu, as heretofore
MEN FROM THE B0WEEY
WOULD COME TO HAWAII
Louis Klopsch, president of the
Bowery Mission of New York City,
wants to send 2,000 Bowery men to
Hawaii as laborers, provided their
transportation Is furnished them by
this Territory. Tho following letter
lecelved from him by Governor Frear
will bo referred to tho Uonrd of Immi
"March 7. 1908.
"To His Excellency, Walter F. Frenr,
Governor of Hnwall, Honolulu,
"Dear Sir: New York City Is de
luged with wojklcss men and boys,
while In many partB of tho country
(perhaps in your own Stato) there Is
a great dearth of laborers. Thu Bow'
cry Mission Is In a position to supply
any number of able-bodied workmen
for unskilled labor at a moment's no
tice. Will you kindly help us to get
these, men an opportunity to earn un
honest living by directing tho atten
Hon ot tho Hawaii rural newspapers
to this offer? All that will bo re
quired for thoso who wish help of any
Kind Is to furnish transportation. Wo
t-sk no remuneration for our services
rnd will endeavor In every .Instance
lo supply tho very best help available.
All applications for help should bo. ad
dressed to tho Freo Labor Bureau of
the Bowery Mission, 92 Dlblo House,
Now York City.
"Thanking you In ndvanco for your
kind unices In this matter ami for tho
courtesy of an early reply, I am, very
"(Editor of tho Christian Herald),
"President of the Bowery Mission.
"P. 8. We stand ready to Biipply
2000 men on demand."'
The rcvonuo cutter Thetis Is or
dered to rescue sailors cast away near
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, March 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived March 22:
Am. schr. Itobert Lowers, hence
3AN FRANCISCO Sailed March 21:
Am. bktnc. Coronado, for Honolulu.
I'OKT IIARFOllD Arrived March 22:
Am S. S. Sautn Hlta, from Knhulul,
HILO Sailed, March 19:
Am, bk. Albert, for Kuanapall.
HILO Sailed, March 17:
S. S. Enterprise, for San Francisco.
HILO Arrived, March 10:
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, from San
M'AHUKONA Arrived March 19:
Am. bk. Mohican, from San Fran
ELEELE Arrived Mnrch 20.
llr. 8. S. Adato, from Newcastle.
KAHULUI Arrived March H:
Chchalls, from Nltrnte ports.
KAHULUI Sailed March 21:
Chchalls, for Mnkawcll.
SAN DIEGO Arrived, March 22:
A.-1I. S. S. Mexican from Sallna
Tuesday, March 24.
FIJI Sailed March 24:
llr. S. S. Marnma, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed March 24:
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, for Hono
lulu. SEATTLE Arrived March 24:
A.-ll. S. S. Arlzonan, from San Frnn
cIbco. SAN DIEGO Arrived March 23:
A.-ll. S. S. Mexican, from Sallna
HILO Arrived March 23:
Am. sp. Astral, hence March 21 In
Osnta, the Jnpaneso who was Indict
ed by the Grand Jury on tho charge
ot murder In tho second degrce.Jt be
ing claimed that on November 8 last,
nt Honoullull, he killed Mlgata Saburo
by stabbing him In the stomach with
r. knife, appeared ucroro Juugo uouin
ton this morning, and by consent ol
tho County Attorney nnd tho Attorney
General, entered n plea of guilty to
manslaughter In tho first degree. Tho
Judgo sentenced him to ten years in
Onhu Jail at hard labor.
Urady Clements, tho negro who Is
chnrged with having bitten off. his
wife's car, was put on trial. Tho only
witness this morning was the wire,
whom County Attorney Cnthcurt soya
ho found tho toughest nut ho over
tried to crnck ns a witness for the
Governor Frear has received n let
ter from Superintendent llabbttt In
which the head of 'tho Territorial
school 8) stem writes thnt among oth
er things which he Is Investigating
Is the school snvlngs bank system
He Is looking this subject up nt Long
Island City, where it Is said to work
very satisfactorily. He Is also Inter
esting himself In tho subject ot trav
ellng school libraries, and Is devot
tug considerable time to studying
school sanitation. Mr. Uabbltt Is
expected back somo time next month.
(Continued from Pn 1)
early morn. Tho Mauna Kea did not
carry n record-breaking passenger list,
but Bhavwas well filled and no money
will be lost to tho company on her In
itial voyage. Tho freight list was
largo. Thero wore 76 cabin passen
gers, nnd about tho samo nuniuer
deck, making a little over ISO people
on the boat.
Mr. McLaughlin, tho well known So
attlo real estato man and booster for
thu 1909 exposition lc Seattle was
pmong tho passengers 011 thu boat. He
Ib going over to seo thu volcano nnd
tho other Islands. Queen LllluokalanI
and Mrs. Aea were also passengers
for Hllo, nnd thoro wore a number of
other prominent people Bergor's
Itoynl Hawaiian baud played Its sweet
"Pete" Phillips, tho now purser of
tho Mauna Kea, was a pietty proud
mun when thu boat sailed, as well ho
might be. Ho sti.ted that ho did not
know Just exactly when tho flagship
would return, but ho said ho thought
sho would go nt about n 12-knot pace,
thus arriving hero ubout 7 o'clock In
the morning ot tho usual arrival day.
(Continued from Pine 1)
Govornor to restoro them, but Gov
ernor Frear, after a conference with
tho Attorney General, declined to do
ro. Ills reasons for the decis
ion nro Btated In tho lottor to Mills
bent today. Mills Is also disbarred
from practising as an attorney In
the courts of the Territory, except lu
tsuch cases as ho appears In as one
of tho principals.
House, eight rooms, with modern con
veniences; peasant grounds, In
Puliation District, convenient to car
lines, Enquire W, C. Wcodon, Stan
genwald llldg., or P. O, Ilox 058.
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LnBt quarter of moon, Mar, 25.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slowor than Oreenwlch
tlmo, being thnt of the meridian of 1CT
icgrecs 30 minutes. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is tho same
as Oreenwlch, 0 hours 0 mlnutos. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for the
it R U U tl) U U K'U M ta MM H U U
It 5C 51 K 55 R M 15 SO 3C !3 8C 3C 31
Monday, March 23.
Stmr. Klnau, Clarke, from llllo.
Si Jl B U U it K 3C M M U H M It 38
K DEPARTED M
li M E 5( K K JJ it It It J S a K B
Monday, March 23,
P. M. S. S. China, Frlele. for Yoko-
hama, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Despatch, Kokcrwltz, for Mil
Kawell, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Ku An Hon, Tullett, for Knual
ports, & p. m.
fi M K K ' it K kC 8C K U K it K &
K SAILING TODAY
it K H !C R 3C K JC J 3C : 3C H !t K JS
Stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai, 5 p. m.
Stmr. lwalanl, Self, fur Maul nnd
Mnlokal ports, l p. 111.
Stmr. Ilelcne, Nelson, for Ilamnku.i
ports oxcept Paauhnii and Kohalnlelo;
will cull at Kawalhae, C p. in.
Stmr. Nocau, Mitchell, for Hawaii
ports, G p. 111.
if K IS X K J( ft K X M H M K )t
M DUE FRIDAY
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from Yoko
a 3 IC K M K 5ii M K K 3T 5f if f! 3J K
K PASSENGERS DEPAETED X
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for
Hllo nnd way ports. Mis. Nawahl,
Mrs. K. P. Ezera. Major McKlnstry,
Captain Otwcll, Capt. Exton, Queen
LllluokalanI, Mrs. Aea, Mrs. C. J. Rob
inson and friend, Miss nnd Mrs. SI1I11
man, H. T. Llnd and wife, Mrs. Hitch
cock, Mrs. E. K. Dnvatichelle. Mrtl. M.
D. Cook, Mrs. A. C. Freeman, Miss
Mabel Freeman, J. Flnley and wife. A.
Dreler. Jr.. A. Dreler, C. E. Wright. E.
F. Patten, T. Sumlda, Daniel Haanao,
Mr. Dillingham and wife, J. R. Mc
Laughlin, A. Hauncbcrg, Daniel Por
ter, I). L. Meyer, W. T. Robinson,
Lock Kow, Chung Ylng, Mrs. K. C.
Richardson. B. J. Lord. U M. White
hause, E. J. Wnlker, F. E. Thompson.
11. O. Plummer. Mr. Wagner, W. A.
Wall, J H. FlBher, F. A.' Wlcketl,
Adam Lindsay, E. M. Watson, E, Do
vauchello. John Froellcher, C, Slebert,
J. II. Mackenzie, Mrs. S. J, Bertlcmaii,
Mrs. J. Cockctt, F A. Alexander and
wife, H. W Ludloff, C. H. Sleman,
Mrs. C. A. Ilucbanan. Mrs. E. K. Vic
tor, C. A. Klmn, M. Kawahala, Rev. J.
E. Kcplpl, II. Lyon, F. C. Lyman.
Per S. S. lillonlan, JolniBon, for San
Francisco, March 21, 10 a. m. Mrs. J.
II. Drew and child, Dr. Helnman, wlfo
and child, A. E. Vv". Todd and wlfo,
Mrs. Schell, Miss Dauman, Miss Ida
Hollows. Mr. and Mrs. LIUIc. MIbs
James, Mrs. W. W. North, MIbs Mary
Campbell, Miss Helmstcln, Mary Sll
n, Mrs. A. F, Llnder, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Blssell and child. Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
T. llottomley, Mr. nnd Mrs. J, F.
Young, Mrs. M. A. Hewitt, Mrs. H. E.
Wnlty; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. C. Hagcns,
11'irso and maid, W. II. Weluburg, Mas
ter Wclnburg, Mr. Harmon.
;i K 3i 3i it 3t 31! 3C Jt ffi 3S St U U U Kt
i PASSENGERS AEBIVED P.
(tBitSC ' HHVKIIICIK
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Slinerson,
.from Kona, Kiui and Maul ports, J.
A. Palmer, S. Gordon and wlfo, Dr.
Knaffe, C. O. Hoffmann and wife, C
A. Towlo and wife, F. A. Strout, 1). L.
Van Dine, E. T. Phillips, J. G. Smith,
R. A. Carter, L. W. Farr, O. C. Jones,
Alfred Kaps, M. F. Scott, J. Coerper,
J. Grclg, J. P. Curts and wlfo, RovE.
S. Tlmotco, O. 11. Gullck, W. R. Olson,
II. T. Huyscldcn, E. Langer, Jus. Mun
ro, T. V. King, II. R. Bryant, Father
Patrick and 41 dock.
" PASSENGEE8 BOOKED
Per stlnr. W. G. Hall, for Kauai,
March 24, 5 p. m. Mrs, Broadbcnt, C.
W. Spitz, Mrs. G. Nlcolnl.
ADAMS In this city, Mnrch 23, 1908,
to Mr, and Mrs. Howard W, Adams,
BICKNELI, In this city, March 23,
1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Blcknell,
QULLCT'N ADB. PAY
We will build for you anything
you need in the boat line at a price
which cannot fail to give satisfac
tion. Anything from a canoe to an
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Maohine Works,
j . King near Alapai.
J S I)
S J'. 6 I)
5 l. 6 l
J 5 14