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PVBNINfl I1UI.LRTIN, HONOLULU, T II., SATUIIDAY, AP1HL 4, 1308.
BwiTfw i i i hi I, i i i -- i n ii . ii
IS WEEKLY CALENDAR I
Was? i.l M "?
ft' -J .MONI1AV S3 uj
Oceanic Otntcd, Bnd Dcgrea.
Lcahl Chapter Ho. 2 Special.
Honolulu Commander Order
of the Temple.
el Aloha Chapter Wo. 3 Sped
All visiting members of (lie
order are cotilhlly lnllcJ to
nttcmd meltings at lacal lodges
HARMONY IODOS, Hi. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1'
Meets ouiry Monday ovenliig tit
7:80 1u I O. O F. Hall, Fort Sticet
K U. linNDUY. 8ccrctnr
JIUN. P. V1CKI3U8, N U
All visiting brothers ery cordlull)
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Meets over) 'lucsduy nvenlns nl
i '.30 o'clock In It. of I'. Hull, car.
Pert and lloretanla. Visiting brOth
era cordially luvltcd to attend.
V. 1.. ,LYLB, C.C,
P. WALDIION, K.ltS.
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots every Pilday ovenlng at
7:30 In K. of 1'. Ulult, cornor I'oit
and Usrotunla. Vlsltlne limthei
cordially Invited to attend.
A. O DUIUUNO. C.C.,
J AS. W. WlUTi:, K.K.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodgo No. 010, 11. I. O
U will meet In tholr linll on Kins
Dear Fort sl'ect 8very Friday ocn
Dy order ot tlio II It.
IIAUUY A WILnilK.
?. 13 KICIIAKUSON, B. 11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE Uo.8, K.of P
Meets oicry Saturday evening nl
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Horetnnln. Visiting broth
in conllalb Imlted to attend.
W L. FRAZI3I3. CO.,
K. A. JACOUSON, K It 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0, E.
Meets on the 2nd and Uli W131I
NUSDAY ovenlng oteacli month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
Uerctanla and Foit streots.
Visiting Engli's aro luvltctl to at
lend. y W. li ITIAZI3K. 'V., Prcst.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TIIIBE Ho. 1, I. 0. B.,H
MnctB oory first and third Thura-
dnyo of each month nt Knlgats of
Pythian Hall. Vl-ltlng brothers ror
dlally imltcd to nttend.
J. W. ASCII. Sachem.
A. 13. MURPHY, O of It.
Best Hones and Rigs in Town.
jewelry is something which you'll he
wanting, cither for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store nnd cee what we have to offer.
The goods nre right; so, are the
prices. If we can't do business the
fault won i be ours.
' X CARLO,
1018 HUUANU 1IEAE KING.
P. &. PETERS
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
Reasonable Prices. -
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretflnia.
lllank books of all urM, ledgers,
c(c, manufactured by the Uullslln Puh
l.flilni; Coanwny. . ' i
j Kmj; and Bahcl Sts.
Get Your Djcs for
Wc have the assortment.
Every boy and girl should
5 Cts. Per Package. "
Cor. Hotel and Fort Sts.
Benson, Smith &
TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
iiiWERS OHUG 00.,
TOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
for nil kimh of Curios; the best in
the city; Island Views in Postal;
Alakea Building, Alakca St,, between
King and Merchant.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
M. A. Gimst & Co.
Most Fetching Easter Styles
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King snd Bethel.
MalS Extract i
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A Bulletin Want Ad. can find vou
a better boarding house. 'Only one
cent a word.
A clean City meins health.
Paniuim hats cleaned at tho Ulobo.
Call nt llm 11 til lot I n iiinco for a
Putnam Health Pills miko rich
blood; (IOC. a package. Try tlicni
Honk' Honk! Cnlt 1111, J. A. Mo
I.iod, for tho vlciihantciit nolo ildu
'Iho Hcaslilu cotl.igcs nro dcllghlfiit
In tho sumtnpr time. IJngago a cot
Uisa now for tho svaion.
Try Iho lieur nt tho Horfman. 13
try glass Jmt ns ioM us II should In-
and ns snnpiiy us can bo desired
Hugh M Coke, editor of tho M.ml
Nous, c inio to lown on the Mntitui
1 or tho Ilftciii d'os cndid Mardi .11
there a.is but one victim of contagloiH
When on thing of Haster inlllineiy.
think or Miss Powci'h .Milliner) Par
lors, lloclon bullillug.
Ho not forget to drop Inlo tlio Or
plieiun Saloon lieleen llio acts, anil
get it good tlilrnl iiuenclici.
Coat )our Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Vo.i -.rill be fciirprltscd nt Its cojlluc
nnd prosonntUc propurtlus. Calilnrnbi
Peed Co.. agents.
Dauee n' tlio Youni; Hotel Sntitrd i
April 1th nt 7 ti p m Come ami
une a )oII Hum Tkkels $t per on
pic nt Wall, Nlcliols.
If your cash register docs not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Whllne) ft ilniBli have Just recthed
n pretty selection of new while dress
bklrts in silk mid Nolle, llicbu ate jit-it
In time for K.iittr.
Ladles who tiro looking for swell
Paster wr.ir should uoo the fine new
line of i:.iBtcr goods nt Sachs', to be
shown nil next week nt soiling prices
I3aster Is tlio tlmo for pretty
dresses, and nothing makes them look
mi well ns n tasteful selerllon Plain
and fane) ribbons on snlo nt Worn',
at gieatly i educed prices.
J. P. O'llrlen, who arrluM n fow
days ago from Hie mainland, will soon
lake charge of the llojs' Clubs ut Pa
l.imn Kuiiluwelii nnd IC.ittatnbuo, hn
lug his headquarters nt tho Y. M C A
Ho has had considerable experience
in work of IIiIb kind, liming been en
gaged In It during the pant fourteen
learn both In Ireland uud notion.
Mrs. Laura VlikerH, tho wlfo of the
tt.-ll known thoo mini, wits ni rested
lodliv on two (hinges, ono of ussuiiH
and battery and tho other of drunk
(iiuess, llrith complaints wcio sworn
In h) Oeo, Peterson, nit enlplo)o of
VIoKom' shoo lepililng eslnhllhliinent
v bom Mm Vldtora hi nlliged to hn
Tho purser of tlio lliimu Kori nv
ports tho following sugar on Hawaii:
Ohm, HI Ml; Wnlake.i, 0000; Hawaii
Mill, -ICOO; W.ilnuku. lfi.SOU; Ononiea,
oioo. Pepiekeo, 13,000; lliuiomh, 15..
.'1(1 r Hnkalau, 211,000; liiiipalioclioc,
12.000; Ookala, 100; Kukalati, COOO;
Hamalviia, 17,000; P.uiuhuu, 15.00J;
HunuUn, fiOOO-; Kukulhnelu, 4S00; Pti
naliiii, 1S.000; Honiiapo, ni28
Maiy Sherwood KuhnwAl has flliiil
i ult for illwirrc ngaltist her husband,
Chirles Kih-in.il Sin- alleges that
i luce theti manligi on lime 2Z 1003
Iiq his trLjIcd her with great cruelly,
beating and kicking her and tmlng vlto
language lowenl liti At times ho lias
had spasms of repentance, but they
Maui not l.ihlid, iiml he lias tecom
meiiced his courMi nt rruelty In ml
dlt ion to tills, bo Is u poor provider.
ii m wu
Rice, Kula And Waste
Tracts Are To Be
Tho leases of Knpan rleo, kula and
waste Inudu of Kup.u nro to bo Mild
ut auction net Monday noon b) tho
Land Commlsslou4r, in front of tlio
Judiciary building Theso nro fho
)eir leases. Tlio acreugo to bu dls
po&ed of Is considerable, mid Is mailo
up of ibrco lots of land.
One lot umluliiH 123 ncres of ilpo
laud, 11 uries of kula land and 0'.,
lures of wnsto land a total of 110',
acus. Tho upset ient.il Is $2,091 per
Lot 2 contains 7SV4 ucios of Uco
laud, 2.1 of lviita iiml, S3 8 of waste, n
total of ItiOJ. Tlio upset rental Is
Lot 3 contains 111 iteres ot rieo laud,
Ihteo of kula and 1.28 of wuutu Up
hct ruitul $125.
Leiibcs of land In othei hcttlons aro
also to lid disposed of
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S, KINO ST. PHONE 525.
TABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, April 2.
BALINA CHUJ! Suited Maicli 31
A. 11 S 8. Alaskan, for San Diego
KAANAPALI Sailed Mimli 31
Am. schr Piiako, for H.m Prancltco
MAI.Li:.VI)0 Sallul April 1:
S (I. Wilder, for Honolulu,
S 8. CANANAS, from Havre, for Ho
nolulii la Orient, Is iitlioro mar
Trlday, April 3.
S,AN ITIANCIKCO ArrUed April 3
P. M. 8 8 Mongolia, h:nre Mnrch
YOKOHAMA Airlu-d April 3:
P. M. 8. S. China, hence Mtucli 21.
Hll.O Sailed Mnrch 29
Am. bk, Aniilo .lohusiin, for San
HILO ArrUcil Mnrch .11:
Am. ecIii- W. II Miustou, from Sail
Saturday, April -I.
SAN PKANCISCO- Sailed April 3:
A -II. S 8 Nebrasknn, for Honolulu
Hi V, M if jf X X X X 54 U 5C M
' WATERFRONT NOTES
n jd x h x ji ;. w X x K a. M k m
THI3 CANADIAN - AUSTItALIAN
htenmshlp Mojm surprl'cil iitoryuno
b) arriving heio n du) nhe.nl ot her
schedule, for she nrilud outsl lo the
liatbor shortly nfltr r, o'plock last
night. Bho bioiight back fiom Vic
toiln tho .1 ipaneso crew of the cable
t-hlp lle'toier nnd a largo list of pas
Hungers for Honolulu. Sbo had 2000
barrels of lime, 210 rases of fish, and
200 cases ot sundries for this port Hei
OrSt sailing lUife was announced ns 10
o'clock this morning hut on account
of tho bteuklng of a stetniplpe which
had to bo repaired at tlio Honolulu
Iron Works, tho tlmo wns changed to
an hour Inter. Hlio has on board I).
Kltlmnstcr, wlio Is on his way lo New
castle, New Smith Wales, to tuko the
pobltlon of American Consul theio.
THAT PII.1PINOS nro not liked for
iliipmates wns eximplllled this mom
lug when Shlppln; Commissioner
Almy was signing on tho crew for tho
Pdwiird Sownll. Thero was a latg'
number of men hanglir; nroimd tlio
'fiont this moinlug, but the) backed
up when I hey heard Hut Hie Sew.ill
wan taking on a Plllpliio ciew. Tho
furl of tlio matter "ns Hi it thero oio
oulv two or (hreo colored men taken
nho.-ud, bill fhe most of the wlillo sail
i rs dhln't Jure much wlutlier they
tlguod or not, on at count, of Iho fact
III it tho HcaiiII Is I de'ep w-atei easel
Tho. m .lid 'lather ship coinTwIso and
draw their $40 per. 'Iho full crow
will probably bu secured this after
noon j Nino men wero slsned this
ALL INTKIII33T on the watei front
today lunmjortlio launching of the
).iclit liuwiiTllit 0 ii clock. A record
luoaMn ertlwil will piohihly bo In at
TIII3 AMY TUItNilll lias t ikon ou
all the ugir broiu-ht In b) the Ilmiiij.
Loa Hlio vlll gel away In ihout u
wcil.. U flie liin goo I link Willi hot
TUP. MAUNA KI3A m ide the trip
from Lab Una last night In Iho icma-k
able time of R hours am) 40 inlnutcM
st ) 5' n nix i a X k m a a
M . PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per S 8 Mnuua Kea, fiom llllii nud
wuy poiti, Apill 4 C. S. Plllsbuiy,
Miss P Wlldcor, Miss II, Wilder, Mis.
8. (! Wilder, Master S. Wilder, Mm,
tor A. Wilder, O. N. Smith, II It.
Smith, Miss A. C. llogcrs. Miss II. P
Itogeis, Mrs. Smith, (leo, Adams, Mrs
Ceo, Adams, Mrs. U II. Newell, MIsj
L. Wliislou, Miss L. O. Winston, I)
I.KurgUH. P. Ilurtels, Mrs. llartels,
Masler H Il.iUels, W. Kelscy, C P.
Hoe), Miss Bella JoHepli, J. A Olson,
P W. Mlliorton, II L Lyons, Mrs. II
L. L)ons, W. (1 Wilker, A limine
berg, .Ino Illnift C.ipt. Jim Itosn, A
W. Todd, A. 11. LIudHoy. P. A. Wlckett,
Miss 13. Dlwnrds, Miss M. Ward, Mrs.
I.. Ho L. Wmd, Mrs. J. K Notlcy and
Infant, .Mis. Chas. Nolle)', Chas. Nol
le)', Morlguchl, 11. Do Pries, W L. 8.
Williams, .1. 11. risiier, J. II. Wilson,
Miss K. Molr, II. A. Coko, II. F. No
heslan, K. Nokngawa, I), P Knpcnu,
I). II Kaiiliiiulclio, 13 C. Ilrown, Miss
A 7. llitdley, M. KItagawa
Por C A 8. S. Moana, from Van
couvei mid Victoria, April 3. J. A.
Dewai, Mrs, J. A. lluwar, Miss Thoin
Icroft. Miss McLean, I- Hnwknn, .1
O'llilen, C O. Hay, Mis. P. O. Day
Miss Helen O. Hay, Miss C. Day, Miss
N. Q. Dii), C. Floblg. Arthur Hlchtei,
Clio, llohblns, W P. IlellllliB, Mis. All
mi llellllug, I. It, Chapman, Mrs. C
Chapman, Miss Mmgarot Chapmnii,
P, J. Hlckey, Mrs. Allco Nlclioloon,
Master L Nicholson, P. Unske, W.
Smith, Yuri, Tomlnnga, Okara, Ka
kudn, Kawnun, Kullhnhi, Kuluuml, uud
tho former Jnpancso crow of tlio lie
stoier. , .B ft
Hackfeld & Company havo brought
suit against James Cowan for
$2297 95, alleged to ho duo on goods
bought by tlio defendant from tlio
plaintiff piolous to .Inuuniy 23, 1908.
Judgment Is asked for that sum, pluj
costs, tnterost and attornei's commissions.
is believing. If you can't see well,
how enn you know what to believe?
IF the imperfection is in your
glasses, wo can remove it. If you
NEED glasses wc can fit you propeily
A. N, SANFOBD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
need mi m
Enforce Law If
Action Is Taken,
'"Mr TLwing called upon nio this
morning to press tho pe'ltlon lor the
closing of Iwllil, said Sheriff Iiiukci
this forenoon "lint I lime not mule
my decision about tho matter )et I
told him that tlio (train Jury had talc
en up the matter, nud that whaleer
action It took would to u great extent
govern my decision, taking It as un
expression of public opinion. Haw
oei, no matter whnt It recommend i, I
helloo that the piddle nt large Is
(igalnst tho closing of Iwllel, regard
ing Is at the lesser of two ells.
"Ono thing I will sit), and that is
that If tho law Is 3trlctly enforced It
will bo enfoired without regard to per
sons nnd nt nil places, lilt where It
mu), Hint Is If we nre ublo to do so.
It Is curtain that If It Is to bu enforced
ns tbeso gentlemen want It done, wo
will need to douhlo our police force,
nnd I feel certain that If Iwllel Is
closed at tho tlmo the flout comes hero
wo will nine much moro difficulty In
I'undllng tho situation"
"If It Is diclded to clone Iwllel, Ho
nolulu will hmc such an enforcement
of the law ns It noer had beforo,
said Chief of Dotecthea Ta)lor. "Wo
shall enforce It nt alt places where It
is being lolated, bo It prhnte houses,
hotels or other places. Wo shall bo
no inspectors of persons, nnd tho own
er of u houso where suclt tilings nio
going on shall not get Immunity, no
matter who ho Is."
Taylor points out that tho lenders
of tho nioemcnt nro ery Inconsistent,
to ray tho least. Por Instance Mr,
Thw'lng, who has been protesting
against Iwllel ns n stench In tho no
Irlls of all good men, came to Taj lor
with bis Kick sumo dnjH ngo.
"Why didn't you complain when Iau
kcu's administration hegnn?" asked
Tiiylor. "Tho place wau i mining then
Just us It is now, mid has been running
"Hut 1 did nut know nhout It until
about n week ngo,'1 answered Thwlng,
"When Mr. Ituth' told me, rthought
Hint tlio place had been closed up a
long tlmo ngo." -
Taylor points out Hint tho placo can
not bo nudi a very great danger lo tho
public morals when Mr. Thwlng, who
Is u self constitute'!, guardian of such,
wns In Iguornneo of its existence for
oer n year and then only found out
atrial It thrntirh n .'ellow woikor.
That Slicilff Iauko.i'8 ilcw that tho
creator part of tho -csponsihlo public
Is against the nt i let enfoiccmcnt of
tho law Is coircct wart shown by tho
sentiments expressed bv some of tlio
)ecognl7eil lemleiH of tho local com
mercial bodies, They expressed (ho
opinion that tho papers ihould cut out
nil matters pertaining to tlio Thwlng
"Well, If no opiiosllton Is allowed In
express Itself, nnd Iwllel Is closed up
as n consequence, whut will happen
when tho fleet comes hero?" they wore
Hy nn odd coincidence tho nnswo:
wns tlio same In each ensu:
"Then our wUcs and daughters will
not bo snfo on tho sticot."
Take your carrbjgo or nutomolllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manly. Co, for
up tc-dato repairs.
Ilustncss men ot Mobile, Ala., ap
pealed beforo the school board ut
that city and asked Hint n test bo
made, of the Statu prohibition1 law,
ns tlio iocnuo fiom licenses goes
Into tho school fund.
Carnegie Gives Millions
For Superannuated "Profs."
NI3W YORK, N. Y April 3. Andrew Cnrncgle has ndded llvo mil
lion dollars to his fund for the support of superannuated collego profes
JAPANESE PRINCE IS DEAD
TOKIO, Japan, April 3. A son
family has died fiuui iippoudldtls.
I'llneu Aiibiigowa Is a cousin
ADMIRAL EVANS IS BETTER."
PASO nODLES, Calif., April 3.
H. P. BALDWIN WRITES
(Continued from Pase 1)
by corporations and others from Ulu
.lalakua to liana that will produce
pruDtabt) nil the nlioui products, and
that will bo opened up for smnll
farmers when the right tlmo comes
rticse tracts of land aro not sultnblo
for raising enno profitably, both on
' cenunt of will and rainfall, but arc
mlUble for pineapples and other
lining products. Cnno requires
riom 75 to 80 Inches rain per annum,
fjltly woll distributed through tho
rtr, and Wo nro not euro of that
i.'uount of rain In that legion; whore
in pineapples, nnd other fnrmlng
pioducts mentioned, will do very well
If tbu rainfall Is fiom 35 lo 10
Inches per annum. All the land to
tlio cast of us, above say 200 to 500
feet clovntlon, Is suro of that nmuiint
of rain. To homestead theso lands
does not Intorfcre with the cnno bus
iness, but Is a bchuflt, ns homestead
rolonlcs furnish labor.
I havo ulwn)s strongly favored di
viding up lands suitable for farming
purposes for "bonn llile" citizen set
tlers, nnd for theso eligible to lie
come clllrens, but In my opinion It
would bo iinwlso to do so to uuy ex
tent brfoio gooll roads, or mill onus,
iro constructed to tho louutry It Is
proposed to open up, nnd good har
bors nre constructed, so that the
farmers lino oveiy facility for mar
keting their products, nnd nt reason
able cost, "
Again, It Is unwise to cut up land
for small farmers to rnlso certain
products beforo It has been reason
ably demons tin ted what run bo suc
cessfully nud piofltably raised. II
attention is not paid to tho nbovo
points In cutting up lands for bot
tlers, tho rnrmcrs nro quite likely t')
llnd their farms unprofitable, throw
them up, nnd the object ot tho (,'ov
ernment to establish citizen settlers
Is thus defeated, nnd tho lands pass
Into tho hnnds of Corporations or to
others who nro not citizens. This
has been tho case In moro thnn one
Instance where the Co eminent lins
prematurely cut up lands for settlers
In such Instances It would havo been
butter If tho lands had been leased
for u reasonable time, rather than
lmo them pass out of tlio Govern
ment's control altogether.
I lime no doubt tho Government
will open up the Gocrnmcnt lands
between hero nnd Haiku nml bo)ond,
ns soon ns It is dcmonstinted what
enn bo raised profitably, and tho fa
cilities for maikcttng the farm piod
ucts nio perfected.
Por tho above icasons thero ma)
bo somo delay In cutting up lnuds foi
homesteads ut and adjoining Keanno,
niiu along nio slope this sldo of Ken
line, owned by the Government and
Now In regnrd to the proposed cx-
cliango of Hnlku land for tho Cocrn
incut Omnoplo land, fiom which tho
Govoriiment has neer obtained n
cent of rovenuo. Tho Haiku land Is
tho best of pineapple land, nnd the
plneapplo Industry has got bo)ond
tho experimental stago and Is nrov-
liig a profltnblo business, Wo nro no
woll satisfied that this Industry will
grow to be a largo business In that
region that the Kabulul Itnllroad
Company will boon oxlcnd Hh road
uciosa the deep. Haiku gulch to tho
pineapple- tannery and tap tho farm
ing land lie) onil.
Wo luuo nl ready leased and sold
poitlons of tlio Hnlku Sugar Com-
paii)'s plneapplo lands to Ameilcnn
citizens, ami hnte pioposcd to lease
other portions to "bonn fldo" scttlois.
Wo wish (o establish n prosppious
loiony in unit region ot citizen fuim
eis who mean business.
I wish to buy ii w(mi n regard to
tlio "Ilaldwln," who Mi. Irwin said
in his urtlclo objected to fuinlsblnc
land to a Portugueso who applied for
land, on tho ground that tlio Portu
gueso would steal away his Jnps.
presumo nio "Ilaldwln" icfcrrcd to
is tho Manager of tlio Maul Acrlcul
tin al Company, ultbougli I lima not
enqulied of him In icgard to tho
mutter. I would like to say this, that
tho Maul Agricultural Conipnny's
munnger omplo)s n laigor nronoi Hon
of cltli-on Inhor, and men ollglhlo to
do citizens, than nil) other pluntntlon
ou tno Islands.
Yours very truly,
H. P. HAM) WIN,
Pnuncno, Muul, April 3.
Fine Job Printing qt-the Bulletin.
of Princo Ariaugown of tho Impoilal
of Prime Fuslilml, who Is well known
Admiral Hvans Is improving;,
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Wow moon, Mar, 3l7"nt 0:39 p. m.
Hawaiian standard tlmo 1b lo hours
30 minutes Blcwor than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
legrces 30 minutes. -Tlio tlmo whist o
blows at 1:30 p. in , which Is tho sama
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes, Sun
nnd moon are for local tlmo for tho
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Fildny, Apill 3.
Stmr. Despatch, Kokerwltz, from
C.-A. 8. 8 Moann, from Vancomer
and Victoria, S p. m.
Sattirdn), April I.
1.1. 8. 8. Mnuua Kea, Freeman, fiom
Hawaii poits, 7 it, in.
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Friday, April 3.
Stmr. Clnudlne, Ilcnuctt, for Hlio
mid Maul ports nt 5 p. m.
Stmr. Llkullkc, Naopala, for Kawal
hau and wlndwaid Hawaii ports.
Friday, April 3.
A.-II. S. S Columbian, for Coast,
fl 30 p. in,
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X 30 M K K 1 X. 331 M' K 3CM C K M
KKXX H X M 3t! K ;C X ii K 3C 34 X 39
Stmr. Despatch, Kokerwltz, for Mu,
kawell, p. 111.
K 33 U 3C 35 X M 3C 3i K M W 34 3S K 3J
Jl K X M Ji f M K M X K M it 34! 31 3
Am. sp Kdward Sowall, Qulek, for
W 34 Jti Jf M XJ!C KhKHHltttXH
K DUE TOMORROW
w 3d 35 sc, ( n ji u rnun it i
Stiur. XV, Of Htitl, Tliompsoif, froiu
Stmr. Iwalanl, Self, from Moloknl
and Maui ports.
X TO SAIL SUNDAY "!
tt K 31 3i 3C J3 K R K 11 K M ; 3 a H
Stun. J. A. Cummins, Seurlo, fur
Koolnu ports, 7 a. in.
Stmr Ko Au Hon, Tullett, for
Kauai, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Malm
koun, llonokaa and Kiikulhnelu, 5 p in.
11 DUE MONDAY 31
T K. K. S. S Nippon Maru, from
U. 8. A. T. Iluford, from Nagasaki.
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per C.-A. S, 8 Moana, for Rina nnd
8)dncy, April 4. Miss O. Von Itodt,
W W. Churchill, Mrw. L. 8. Wilder, C.
Chester, C. Counsel!, V. Coslello, Mlm
13. Dais, Miss !3vn Monro, D.iWd Holi
orison, Georgo Abel. J, N. Phillips, Mr
uud Mrs. William Mills and 3 children,
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Hlio nnd
Muul ports, April 3 Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. Kriiiuhhniir, Mrs J. S. Ilalley, Miss
Alleu Ilalley, Miss A. Logl, Miss Mo
Donald, M. It. Mudelros, wlfo nnd
child, Air. and Mis. Duckwnld, Mr
Logl, 13. H. Hairy.
. n .
THKHI3 WEI1I3 THINGS doing In
tho ofllco of tho. Shipping Commission
er tills morning when Captain Quick
of tho Hdward Sownll signed his crew
to go around tho Horn Thero wero
plenty of men who wanted to sign but
I hey would not wnlt around tbu olllcu
for their turn, and when they were
w nnled, '.veto not lo bo found. Conse
quently, considerable delay w'iih ox
peileiirod in getting tho full quotu of
sailors needed for tho vcfyngo.
THI3 INTPIMSLAMI) steamer Mini
1111 Loa Is ou tho mirino wit)H nt Hor
cUEim & L)le'j whoio slio will hno
her button se-raped and undergo cor
tuu othei repairs ,'iilch huo been
ni oiled for aomo time. Slio wont on
early tills morning nt high tldo.
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 wo, can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,