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EVENING ntlLLBTIW, HONOLULU. T. 11., FntDAY, APniL 3, 1908
WEEKLY GALEHDAR I
fc.s HI fl
Ocean le-ttltatcd, end peijrtc.
LeaKl rpptr No. 2 Special.
T U 'iIIJUHUaV
Honolulu Commander Order
of the Temple.
el Aloha Chapter No 3 Sped
All visiting members ot lio
order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Hi. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:5(Ttn,l. 0. O. F. flail. Fort Sticet.
1 -,t ill. Ill HENDRY, Soctetary.
r HEN. 1". VICKKKS. N. U.
Yll visiting brothorii very cordially
IIYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P. t
"ifliccts (cvory 'lucsday qvenitg nl
i:Sa o'clock In K. or I. H..11. cor.
t"or't?ntid Ucrotunln. Vls'tlug broth-
erultordlally invited It, attend.
n v. . tii,h c.c . . ,
I ' 1 . ' A l'L)lt0N K.iiht
'vfCiAHO LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
)fcet8 every Friday evening
".30 In K. of 1. Hall, corner. Fo
' mid Ilerctania. Visiting btoilie
ift'iillally Invited tji attend. ' " -
i' A. O. DEERING, C.C,
'. tag w wititi.- tr n u
J AS. YV. WlUT-r K.1LS.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. E.rO. E.
Honolulu Idgo No. GIG, 1). I'. U.
-IH'lll meet in their nail on .King
ilr Fort, st root ory .Lrlday
II .: . . ' I.ICU,
order ot the
v'mtr. KII7YiLOD6B J)oi8,t.ot Pi
".'(Jots csory Saturday evening at
lifO o'clock In K. of 1". HnllAcor
Fit and llorotanla. Visiting brotlu
tri cordially invited to nttend v'
W. I,. FUAZUE, CO.,
G. A. JACOU80N, K.K.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, r. 0, E.'
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WKII
NI33DAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clork In K. ot 1'. Hall, corner
Uoretnnla and Fort BtrcctH.
Visiting Haglcs are Invited to at
:end. --: ,
V. L. FKAZKK, W., Frost.
H. T. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
PythlajiHiju,! Visi.Up.g! brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
ffwlVtA.'iaiMUItPhV, G. ot It.
I Fort Street
Bct Horses and Rigs in'Town'i
jcwejry is somctlung which you'll be
wanting, .either for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and see what we have to offer.
The .goods arc rifiht: so are the
prices. If we can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
1018 NUUANU. NEAR KING.
R 11. PETEi&S
.. ' at
Of All Hinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATA N I
Emma St, near Beretania.
Ulank bookst of.I) oru,-, Jodsers,
C manilfatturcilliy''tb.B Iliilhlln Pub-
A King and BctijsLSr.. '
r i .
, McKjbbin's , ,
will regulate tbc trouble and
. bring prompt relief. These
pllls-liarc." rcccrrUj-bcen plac
ed on the market again and
..nra rcfommeiidecuto thb pub
"ill 5 .' 4. I
, ft i.
Benioof ISmith &
..OVERWORKED? ' .A
TRY SOME" ' "
It will .build you up
M 1 UgUlll. 11
CHAMBERS DRUG GO.
'FOR: "FORT AND KINQ'STS.
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
for all kinds of Curios; the best in
the city: Island Views in Postal:
Alakca Building, Alakea St., between
King and Merchant.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
y i .. . .. -.
M. A. Giinst & Co.
Most Fetching Easter Styles I
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
- There's Nothing
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN &"C6V
King and Bethel.
LOCAL AND GENEHAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. can And you
a better boarding house. Only one
cent a word.
A clean City means health.
l'jiianm hats cleaned at tho Olobo.
I'ii U .11 1 he llul to tin omco for 11
Fuinain Health Fills mako rich
blood, .'."c a package Try tbem.
Thcic is no finer delicacy than
chocolate made by Allcgretti.
Honk' llnnk! Call llll, .1. A, Mc
l.roil. fur the pleasanti-st and) ride,
Mr and Mrs, J. Cockvtt arrUcd In
the nti .mier Clamllno yesterday morn
ing. Hiinrlultl Lodge No. GIG, U. 1. O. K.,
will incut In i;ik" Hall tills evening at
Oalnt Loilgo No. 1, K. of 1'., will
meet in K. of 1. hall thlsuvcnlng at
The Catholic ladles' Aid Society
will meet this ufternoou at 3 o'clock
lit the Convent.
Honolulu Scottlh Thistle Club will
meet in its rooms, Oregon block, this
u oiling at 7:30.
F. Cay nnd wife were passengers In
the Mlkuhala, which left for Kauai job
'lU'Soaslilu cottages nro delightful
i the summer time. Hngago a col-
lago now for tho season.
Hllo citizens held n meeting Thuis-
day ovening to make plans for the
Fourth of July celebration.
Fujikawa was arrested yesterday by
Joe Lent and charged with three cases
of larceny In tho second degree.
Try. tho beer at tho Hoffman, liv
ery glass Just as cod as It should bo
and UK snappy as can, bo desired.
James Wakefield or this clly was a
pasfcngcr on tho Noliraakaii, which
left for San Francisco ycaterda.
Ta,ko your carriage or automobllo
(9 Havallan Carriage Manfy. Co. for
it. W'oedon has just opened n tin In
sloro on Alakea street and undoubted
ly has the best lino of curios In tho
There will bo an Important meeting
of Folyneslaii Kiicampment, I. (). O.
F.. this mcnlng. All members nro 10
quested to attend.
Supeilnteiident K. II. Cant of the
Ilawnlltiu Mahogany Lumber Com
pan'H mill nrrhed f 10111 Hawaii In (lie
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic '
Y0.1 '.fill bo surprised at Its cmtlng
and prcsorvntlto properties. California
fefcd Co.1. itgcnlB.
1 Dirtier--nt lh$ Yollng'Hbtcl Saturday.
Alilll lh, nt 7: IS p. hi. Ctinlo and
lai'ii'Jol1"itme. 'Tickets Jt'p'dr con
..(.. tn -ii.ii
ir i,nj iv 1, till, .ivii.iio,
& 'If vriur'cash reiHs'te'r does nht v6ii
'just riglrf, t'ae,,iti'tO'.-e expert 'tit,
tne , Jtawauan. pmce, apenmuy to.,
Ltd.;iPho'nenl43.. ,. , . , , 1 , 1
l-AllipUnv and furniture-. luovlimnluno
uroinptly and safely by hq,Unlpii-Fi,
nlflc Trnijarej- '. , Tlielc ofjc. Is al
(iilutc-'Biiaranteei!,; FU'Jt W,,
Tito regular .monllily meellng of'Uio
lioard of ijlreclors of, tho Fi(iPi Kinder
g:(ren flttd CjAldrenV A(d ,Ass(Clatl(in
1,wns l)e)il lids, morniug at 9:il0 ij'c'lock
in.ino n, w. u. A. rooms. ,,,
! H'stprday was. Ihq 'son cnty-fl fib nil-nlvvrsut-y
oC (ho bli'th or Dr. William
I). Alexander. Many frlcuds called
dm lug tho day t nlTcr thnlr congral
illations to tho crinlltv Eeptiiagenarlaii
The Leonard cleiiuablo lcfrlgerator
giea tho best returns In service, econ
omy, wear, and looks, because It Is a
masterpiece of tho workman's art. See
tbem at tho I laid ware Department of
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
You can obtain It almost anywheie
now at all of the hotels, at tho clubs,
at Holllster's and Chambers' Drug
etores, ns well us nt nil ot tho flrsl
clasB saloons. What? Why Taiisau
of course. )ltig up 171 and place
order Tor u small family case.
When, pn,havo a gna sovo the ad
ditional oxpenso for having tho servlro
for1 lighting your homo Is very sinall.
Your light, bill during tho short days.
If you nro using any other mddliim
may bo small but think what-It will
bo when (ho nights nro, Ipngor.
The Hniiahauoll Circle of Kings'
Daughters will be grateful for all do
nations of warm clothing. Infants'
cluthliig, etc., for Ihelr emergency box,
).onvo articles w!lh Mrs, Itobcrt Low
Rrs, Kewalo street, or telopliouo to
No. 1171, aud tho sumo will bo called
C, II. ICstcp, a well known operator
In Honolulu was u retirnlug passen
ger on tho H, S, Miiraiiia. Ho was In
11strnlln ami New Zealand and found
that tho cost of living thcro Is expens
ive. Ho said that fi lilts there are Im
mensely dear. IIo is glad to get back
to Honolulu whero everything Is love-
Tho class studying tho "Far Hatt
crn Question," under tho nusplces of
the College Club, will hold Its liuit
meeting today at tho residence, of Mrs,
J. M. Whitney. I'unahoii street. There
will bo a discussion of America's com
mercial rivals In tho I'aclllc ami n
summary of Iho Work dono by tho
class In Its six meetings,
llnlph H. llOKinor, Hiiporlriteinlcnt of
Iblo Division of Forestry of tho Uoard
of Agricnlturo nnd Foiestry, has boon
united by Governor Frenr to acconv
PHiiy him to Washington tho latter
part of 'this month to assist In tho pio
sentatlou of tho various matters 011
behalf of the1 Territory. Ho has been
grantod loavo of iibsenco by the Uoaid
;m dwill accept tho linltnllon.
A Most Excellent Assortment ot
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. KING EI. PHONE 525.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, April 2.
UALINA CltFZ Sailed Mnieh 31:
A.-ll S, S. Alaskan, for San Diego.
KAANAl'AI.I flailed March 31:
Ant. schr. I'uako. for San Francisco.
MAI.LF.NDO-Salled April 1:
S. (I. Wilder, for Honolulu.
S. S. CANANAS, from Havre, for Ho
nolulu via Orient, Is nsluuo near
Friday, April 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrhcit April 3:
V. M. S 8. fchlna, benro Mnich 23.
Hll.O-Salled March 29:
Am. bk. Annie JnhiiEon, for San
I1II.O Arilved March 31:
Am. schr. W. II. Mnrston, from San
CHEAP RATE FOR
A fair nnd reasonable charge of
$1!0.!: Is being planned for n trip to
the Volcano nnd back, Including
steamer, railway, coach faro and n
full day nt tho Volcano House by too
Territorial Transportation Commit
tee to those who desire to avail them
aches of this opportunity.
Mr Kennedy, president of tho
liilcr-Islnud Co., has made n S 12. lit)
letiirn rdtc to Hllo', hnd suggests tho
first ilt,si!cpjul Friday In JMaJ-'(for the
cM'ttrJloh. 1 w .! 1
Tho' steamer lilltndcd td 'co'nVey
the party Is' tho Manna Ken, leaving
hero on Friday afternoon and return
lug early Monday morning. A let
ter received from C. H. Wright, man
ager ot tho Volcano Stables nod
Transportation Co., quoted tho rcgu
lar charges for tho service as Tot
Ticket olcano and return... 8.UU
One day nt volcano 5,00
P-COCK- tflo $50
I Tlo Jury In tho $10,000 dnningo
suit tif C. Fcacoek versus K. A
nftuthlttj A. Sf.titlrtJwii and. 11. 'T.
fak'e at 2.30 tlilVafiernoori. returned
11 verdlrt of 'JBO- fdr tho (ilalntirf
lignlhst Doulh'ltt jilono'.' And Dottth
l(t Is'in'jUlilnit i'llrfprcdjaojly' canilol'
lie collected Fiom. , ,
.'fjilbo ayc4io:i t'hcfch'ajpe ofliljlng
amiiicraieii liquor, uouiuui was
'Couii.Attiuncy at. tho time and ad
vised the nrrest, which was mado by
'Lake. Urown, who was then ShcrllT,
was brought Into 'the fc.iec as being
icsponslble for tho nets jnf his sub
ordinate Ashford, attorney for Peacock, px
cepted to the cidlct and gave notice
of a motion for i now trial. Frank
Thompson, rcpicscntlug Douthllt, al
so excepted to tho verdict.
(Continued from Page 1)
In legiird lo her connivance with nn
Illicit love affair, 'and had been told
that sho would biDa witness for tho
prosecution In tho case. "
Lust Wednesday Ah Fung, n 13-rnr-old
Chinese girl, came to tho
police station and nsked lo bo placed
III tho Salvation Ainiy'ltescuo Home.
She evidently did this to escnpo be
lilg placed In the Reform School, ns
complaint was mado to tho pollco a
fow minutes later by her relatives,
who wunlcd her placed In tho latter
Institution beeauso sho played truant
f 10111 tho Kaahiimanu School, which
sho should havo attended regularly,
and ulso beeauso sho was In tho hab
it of staying away from homo nt
The police learned Hint sho went
lit night to the house or Ah Klu, who
was about in years of ago and llvod
(it Mollllll. Hero she stayed with
her lover, a Chinese pg rancher.
named Chlng Vee, nnd the elder wo
man connived at their relations. Ah
Klu was then brought to tho pollco
station, whero sho' admitted her part
In tho affair.
Tills morning the police wcro In
formed that Ah Klu bad committed
suicide. Coronor Jnrrctt wont to Ir-o
place and found lior lying dead on
tl)o door, Sho had killed hersolf by
taking a poisonous powder, bolleved
to bo opium.
Ilrlgadler General Itichard II. Pratt,
tho prganlzor and ,tho supcrlntondcnt
of tho Industrial School for Indians, nt
Carlisle Js a visitor In Honolulu. He
and his wife nro stopping at tho Picas
nnton. General Pratt was associated
with General Armstrorg In tho found
ing of tho Hampton Institute General
Pratt, when Interviewed, paid tiat his
daughter was horo n year ogo and
spent a fow weeks In Honolulu. Im
pressed with what sho had seen whllo
I1010, sho leturned aud advised her
parents to como. Ho Bays that It Ha
waii was moro widely known In tho
Stntes thero would ba many tourists
MFJ BULLETIN ADS. PAY -TJ
is believing. If you can't sec well,
how can you know what to believe?
IF the imperfection is in your
classes, we can remove it. If you
NEED glasses we can fit you propcily
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
,MISS BEARD SEEKING
(Continued from -Faze U
sleep to speak of during the pa: t
two nights, but in spite of this n 1.1
looked happy and healthy.
Tho result of tho aglutlon nnalnul
Mlrs Heard will undo -iitodly bring
about the nbnndonmc.L of the good
work dono by the Kona Orphnnngc,
and her enemies wll. havo won but
11 very sorry victory. Whatever tho
charges against Miss Heard may be,
tho mule testimony of tho children
certainly bIiows that they wcio well
"Mr. Ovcrcnd nnd Mr. Scott havo
been threatening to bring mo Into
court for tho past month," said MJss
Heard this morning. "They havo
been making charges against mo, nnd
havo hnrrlod me as much as they
knew how. They tbld mo that they
wanted mo removed ns guardian,
when ono of them wpuld bo appoint
cd us such. They would lcavo tho
children nt the Orphuniigo for the
present, they said, but not under my
management. When Mr. Trent came
to Kona ho went nil over the dis
trict, and last Wednesday night ho
told mo Hint he thought that they
would fight mc through tho courts
I don't want to tight. I thought thn
matter over for several hours, and nt
9 o'clock I camo to the conclusion
that I would take tho children to Ho
nolulu nnd plncc them whero they
can find good homes, I did this to
prevent them from getting Into tho
emftrol of unprincipled man. Mr.
Ovcrcnd Is a drinking man nnd n
swearing man, nnd Mr. Scott has sel
fish Interests. His wifo is n school
teacher, and ho has written mo pro
testing against the Orphannge's tak
ing, of children from tho district. Ho
siild that his wife's salary depended
upon tho number ot children who nt
tended her school.
"I do not know want I am going
to do' with thq Orpharage. 'I havA
left seven Jananesa 'children there.
.nnd, 1 have tnld'n trusted. Japanese 1
oiivo inero in pinco mem wiui re
Bpoctabloufanilllcs ns.fast as he can,
lo prevent them froni falling Into
tho hnnds of Scott and Overond. I
want you t(i understand that I did
not want to give up thU work. I
love children nnd 1 )ovo the Work;
hut what can I do? Tho property Is
In the prune, of tho corporation, but
tho stock Is all mine, and if tho cor
poration is disorganized it will revert
to mc, us I owned It In feo simple be
fore the corporation was organized.
I do not know now Just what will be
done. I have left Mrs. Nuzum, Miss
MulIIuger and Miss Olson lit the Or
phanage. Mrs. Nuzum Is 11 cultured
and wealthy womnn who has dono
flno work there. 1 do not know
what her plans nie. Miss MulIIuger
nnd Miss Olson will como to Hono
lulu In tho next Mauna I.oa, when I
will pay their passage to tho Coast
if they wish to go there.
"I startod from the Orphnnngo
with thirty children. Two of these
wore left nt ICnlliia and flvo went to
relatives 011 helr arrival hero. The
lest aro with mo here."
Miss Heard gave the following list
of tho children together with their
names mid their approximate ages:
Fanny Hapu (Haw.) . . . ...10 ycara
Maria Kcmball (Haw.).... 18 "
Lilly llnpu (Hnw.) 10 "
Otnke Nlshlmura (Jap.) ...1C "
Snsa Hasegawn (Jap.l in "
Mlya (Ger.-Jup.) 1G "
Murlo (P. it.) 14 "
Impcrln Saldouclli (Fr.-P.
It.) , 12 "
Lotilso Saldouclli (Fr.-P.lt.). 7 "
Kathcrlna Taylor (Am.) ... 9 "
Amy Taylor (Am.) 8 "
Mary Halverson (Nor.-Por.)12 "
Jenny Halverson (Nor.-Por.)ll "
Kntlo Halverson (Nor.-Por.) 7 "
tllllo Halverson (Nor.-Por.) r '
Virginia Ellison (Nor.-Por.) 8 "
Klku (Jnp.) C "
Wm. Hnpu (Haw.) 11 "
Carl (P. It.) ,,11 "
Jimmy Sanders (Port.) ...12 "
Tommy Sanders (Port.) ... U "
Geo. Klllbon (Nor.-Port.) . .' C "
Arnold Hosero (FIllpIiio-Hnw.
Am.) 0 "
Thcso nre tho children for whom
POSTAL SAVINGS BILL
WASHINGTON, D. C April 2. Sonator Carter has Introduced
to establish postal savings banks,
BOMB EXPLODED IN TENEMENT
NRW YOItK, N, Y April 2. A bomb wns thrown Into tho lintI-
woy of a tenement today. The owner of tho building haib received"
threatening letters. Three people were Injured by the oxploslon.
FQItTSMOUTII, Enu, April 2
down the torpedoboat Tiger during
half. Twenty-three lives wore loit.
"Iss Heard Is now seeking suitable
'lomcd. Hosiillno nnd Jessie, llawnl-'an-rortiiRiicse
girls, nged 12 nnd 10
espcctlvely, were left with relatives
at Kallua, and Marlon, Iloso nnd
John Knmnkamaknl, Hawallnns,
aged IS, 17 and 8 years respectively,
went to relatives In Honolulu.
"1 did not want to glvo up thy
work," continued Ml'ss Heard. "I
o loft at the, Orphanage twelvo
ilUch lows, the milk from which Is
t.e llfth cream. Thcro'hre also acres
f cultivated land In fine condition,
irbdueltig 11JL this tlmo( bananas, pa
i'ns, ftwect potatoes, carrots, let
it a, tomatoes, onlo'usi Ijcans, etc.,
rough to feed n family thro'e times
i' largo ns ours, AH this I deeded
Ltho corporation nt the ndvlco of
ny physician who told mo nine yeais
ign that I wriuld probably llvo only
a 'few mouths, nnd that It would be
best for 1110 to nrrnngo my affairs. I
deeded It to tho corporation In order
that tho work nt tho Orphanage
might bo continued nfter my death,
nnd as my mother nnd my brother,
my only living relatives, nro both
wealthy, 1 wanted to leavo It all for
the children. Tho directors voro put
In with tho understanding that I
should have charge, but that they
should advlso mo when It wns neces
sary. They were really put In lo
take chnrgo of tho Orphnnngo nftc-r
"Now they say that the chlldron
were not well fed nnd clothed. You
can sec them here nnd sco If you ov
er saw a healthier sot ot children.
Dr, Goodhue examined them and re?
pprtcd that they wcro wollMourlshed
and well dressed. They say that 1
am .crazy beeauso I took up the be
lief tin divine hcnltiiR six months ago.
J r, littvc bellovcd In tho ofllcncy ot
prayer to heal dlscaso slnco I was
sixteen 'years old nnd could read tho
Hlblo understanding!', nnd ns to my
being crazy you yoursolf can Judge."
It. II. Trent, who Is ono of tho di
rectors of the corporation nnd who
arrived from Kona with Miss Heard,
had nothing. to say about the matter
when he wns seen tills morning, hut
referred tho reporter to Miss Heard.
Ho could not stnto whether thcro
would be uny meeting of tho corpor-J
uiion iicia in 1110 near iuiure, stal
ing that this depended on whether
MlEj Heard called n mooting or not.
tf'idSC X3C3C3SKK H X B U St
i , WATERFRONT NOTES ,
-M 33 Rl K 35 SI it M
S.EVFNTDEN MRN havo ,bccu
signed for tho ship AtlaslllniKnnuluU
atUiIs port. This number deserted
fromVthq ship, nni tho captain sent
over bpre or tho men. Tho Sownll
endho Astral will sail about tho same
tlmo.rprobably Sunday.. morning, and
nij.'they. aro botlt bund.'fqCthfl, same
port, Delnwaro Hrcakwatcr,-thero will
be n raco aniiunl thb Horn (o tho At
lantic, Thu.Attas has a cargo consist
ing of 2000 tons of sugar, tho rest be
ing wine which sho brought down
from San Francisco, nnd the cargo ot
the Sownll will bo mainly of sugar?
Captain Daro of tho Atlas sent word
over that ho would sail nt fl o'clock
Sunday morning. Tho Sownll will
also probably get nway Sunday. Tho
Atlas is n vessel of 3000 tons, while
tho Sow-all is 291U tons.
A MKMORIA- TAI1LKT has Ibeen
placed In tho local Sailors' Homo to
Iho memory of tho three sailors who
died fiom tho effects of tho lll-fnlcd
Fcllpso disaster. Superintendent v
crton of tho Snllois' Home Is trying
lo locato tho parentB or relatives of
tho unfortunate seamen and get In
communication with them. The tab
lets weio elected, following out the
cusjoni In such cases, at the nearest
milchi! port to tho dlbnstcr, which Is
Honolulu. Tho names of tho three
men nro as follows: Stanley ICnnlo,
whoso homo Is In Now Ilcdford, Conn,,
Isidore Madec, and Peter Chilstonbou
T1IK KDWAUD SUWALL will Blgn
her sailors tomorrow 'morning for the
trip' mound thu Horn. A notlco Is
posted In tho olllco of Shipping Com
missioner A I my that twenty men 1110
wanted, besides 11 second mala and 11
Carpenter. No anxiety is felt about
getting tho men.
Tlin KR AU HOU brought In tho
following freight this morning: 3300
hags K. S. C. sugar, 511 bags rice nnd
about 20 packages sundries.
THK MAUNA LOA is unloading hor
4000 bags of sugar Into tho hold of
(ho Amy Turner,
Tho ltov. A, C. Dlxiin, paster of the
Moody church, Chicago, is conducting
it successful revival campaign In At
lanta, On. Tho tabernacle;, tho lnrg
est auditorium In the city, was packed
nt the opening meeting.
President Hrlttou of San Francisco
gas company will bo usked to explain
how competitor can -mako gas for 73
cents n thousand feet.
Tho Ilrltlsh cruisor Ilerwlck ran
channel evolutions and cut hor In
1 U ,1.6
1 oS 8 Ji) 9 06
n in, I
J,J la t6l I)
1 ltio ) II li
$ M 10 j8
S J4 li uj n it
5 41 61
5 49 6 16 9 C4
5 48 & 171
6 07 11 48
Now moon-, Mnr. 3l7nt G:39 p. m?
Hawaiian standard tlmo is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than drcenwlch
tlmo, being that ot tho meridian of 157
icgrces 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m which Is tho sanio
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo, for tho
n 3C K 3 38 X 3d )i M K K US M M
K ARRIVED M
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Thursday, April 2.
Schr. Mol Wnlilne, from llonolpu.
Friday, April 3.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, from Auahola,
Sliur. Manna Loa, Slmcrson, from
Hawaii and Maul ports, a, m.
35 H M K H K K 5S 5C 88 K IS M M M
S , DEPARTED "
li H It X H M n H M M K 5
Thursday, April 2.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai,
C p. m. 1
A.-H.iS. 8. Novadan, Greene, for San
Francisco, 8 p. m,
K DUE TODAY w
31 M H K M K X H MM K K W M
Stmr. Mauna Ixin, Slmcrson,
Kona and Kail ports.
A 58 3d ii M 3d M H 35 M Bt 31 it
K SAttlNQ TODAY
li K 3d 3d M 3S 3C it M H K H 3S M H 3 JS
Slmr, Clnudlno, Dennett, fur Hllo
hnd Maul ports.
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it M X M X M M Ji 38 H it K K M U
C.-A. 3. S. jloann, from Vancouver
' i Stmr, Matinn Kca, Freeman, from-
nucj aim, way ports;
Hv . T0"SATL SUNDAY
Am. sp. I'd ward Sownll, Quick, for.
Delawnro Urcnkwatcr. - ' '
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H"' " DUE MONDAY '
U. 8. A. T. Ilufoni, Trom Nagasaki.
T,K. K. S. S. Nippon Mam, from
H M 3S W'K it H X H 3 X M 3X 3t
" PASSENGERS ARRIVED K
it IB K tC H 3S BK3SKK
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmcrson,
fiom Hawaii aud Maui ports, April 3.
Col. Sam Norris, H. M. Ilcnnctt,
Miss C. Von Ilodt, II. Y. Ahlna, Miss
II. It. Taylor, G. C. Howltt, F. J. Hnro,
,11. Iloso, II. II. Trent, MIsb A. F. Heard,
J. Shlbaynmn, wlfo and sons, II. T.
Mills, C P. Inukcn and wire, M. Ma
chado, II. Holt, S. Kanda, C. F. llci
rick, E. P. Low, J. J. Nowcombo, O.
Wlx, K. Otsuka, Mrs. C. K. Oana,
Mrs. J. McGulio, 10 deck.
Per stmr, Ko An Hon, from Aua
hola, April 3. J, F. Armstrong and
wlfo and 4 deck,
it V) M X JC M 3C It ' 3d M 3t K 35 W
J: PASSENGERS DEPARTED B
it M 3d 3d it 'it It M M 3t H M M MM
Per S. S. Ncbrnskan, for San Fran
cisco, April 2. C. A. Pollard, Miss
Ford, Mrs. Mutch, A. It. Fllert, James
Wiikoflcld. Lieut. .1. D. Novln, Mr. Fay.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Kauai, Apill
2. F. nay and wifo, Mrs. U K. Dillon,
11, Waggoner, D, L. Austin.
)tX3fXMK4MK W K it 38 H 30
PASSENGERS BOOKED a
it 30 3t K it 3(1 W M M M M K K 3C JC
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Hllo- and
Maul ports, Alirll 3. Mr. and Mrs. O.
C. Krumbhiiar, Mrs. J. S. Halloy, MIb's
Alice llalley, Miss A. Logl, Miss Me
uonnld, M, II. Mudelros, wlfo and
child, Mr. and Mrs. Duckwald, Mr
Ixigl, 13. S. Harry.
TUB MAUNA LOA camo In. well
loaded tills morning. Her passongor.
accommodations woio pretty woll
filled up, and tho freight carried was
unusually largo. Tho freight list fol
lows: 4000 bags sugar, 495 coffco, K
taio, 8 awa, 7 ginger, 4 barrols
oranges, 8 water lemons, 5 cases eggs,
35 caBcs preserves, 85 bundles bana
nas, 5 kegs butter, 53 bundles hides, 5
crales chickens, 2 crates pigs, 30 head
cattle, 28 hogs, -1 horses and 145 pack
in BullnHtl nttlri.
cards on tile at
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
dojt. We've done it. however; so
Charles D. Walker.
Boat and Machine Works,
Xing near Alapai,
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