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M0NI)Y. APRIL fi.
Oeemic Th.rd Dtcjree
Honolulu Commandery Order
of tht Temple.
Pacific Third Dsjjree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Ftcnular.
All visiting members of lio
order arc cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
UARHONY LODGE, Vo.3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovory Monday ovenlng at
7S20 in I. O. 0 V. Hall, Tort Sheet
E II Ill'NUIlY. Secrotnr)
iirv r vickurs, n. u.
All vlhltli.j brothcra ry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Meat overy 'niesday opening at
i:U0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Tort and BerclonlR. Vlfltlng broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. lA'IilJ. CO.,
P. WALDRON, K.HS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meett evory Prldny evontiig at
7:30 in K. of P. Hull, corner Tort
and Ileretanln. Visiting brnthon
cordlnll) Initcd to attund.
a. o. onnniNu, o.c.
J,S. W. WHITE. K.US.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E
ilonolulu Lodge No. 010, 11. P. O
C, will meet In their hall on King
ocar Fort street oiery Friday cen
,lng. Oy order of tho 13 It.
HKN'IIY U I5ASTON.
VM. II MclM-'ItNY, H R.
Wai. H'KINLEY LODGE Ho 8, K.of T
AWcts every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Port nnd Heretanla. Visiting broth
ir conllally invited to attend.
V I.. PIlASiEr', CO.,
K. A. JACOUSON, K U.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eicnlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berctanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. rHAZRi:, Vf Prcst.
f II. T. MOOItK, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. 15. M
Mceti overy ilrst nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. VlBltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. I. MUHPI1Y, C. of It.
Best Horses and Bigs in Town.
jewelry is something which you'll be
wanting, cither for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and see what wc have to offer.
The goods are rjght; so are the
prices. If wc can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING.
P. X,. PETERS
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TATA IN I
Emr.:a St. near Berctania.
ntank books of nl) sort, lodgers,
etc. manufactured by tho llulhlln Pub
rA.llto'teW nkuuuxii-iAMJUt i..-!'JuJ.'fet..-
Ivtng and Bethel Sts.
Get Your Dyes for
Wc have the assortment.
Every boy and girl should
5 Cts. Per Package.
Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
MOST FETCHING EASTER
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
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.
M. A. Gxmst & Co.
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
If the old furniture is piled in the
attic, it drys out and falls apart. Let
a Bulletin Want Ad. sell it for you.
A clean City means health.
Panama hats denned at tho Globe
Cull at I In; Ilullotln olllco for a
Furnished houses for rent b) Trent '
Trust Co, Ltd See ndt
Putnam Health Pills mnko rich ,
blnod, loc n pickngo. Try them ,
Honk' Honk' Call 1111, J A Me
Looil fnr the ulpntf.intfiflt nutn rlilp
W (1 Walker and A Ilmobcrg weie
passengers on the simmer Malum Koa
Mr nnd Mrs Oeo Adams. were
among the nirlvals In tho Mnuna Koa,
Tht' postponed dance of tho Loahl
Athletic, Club will como )!T this com
1 A Wlrkctt of tho New York Life
Insurance Compnii), came back In
i lie Milium Ke.i.
Take jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfy. Co. for
up to-dnto repairs.
l.ncket Initialed A II. V ami con
talulng picture has been lost. $.' re
hard lit tills office
Sachs' big Bhowlng of new Hosier
llneH liogan this morning and Is nt
traellng much attention
The Soasldu cottagcH aro delightful
In tho summer time. Kngago n cot
tage now for tho season.
'I bote never was better weather for
n vl.lt to Hulclwn Ring up Mr. Hid
ood and order our dinner.
Tr the beer nt tho Hoffman l'v
erj glass Just as cold na It Bliould bo
and an Hiiappy na cm bo desired
A mllitni) lull watt given at the
Walliiku Armory Saturday evening fin
Hie In mnt of Company "1". of Maul.
Pont forget that our mainland
filinilH aro craving llnw.ill.iii fruits
Hie Island Prillt Comi.iu xupplleH
Co.it jour Iron roofs villi "Arabic"
Voit will bo surprlROd at Its cooling
mil proscrvatlio properties. California
Peed Co., agouti
Tom (Julnn has roiio Into the auto
hack business with a line four-passeu
gcr llulck nnd Is prepared to furnish
tho best posslblo service Phono 3ul '
lor jour summer trousers In Il.in
nel ninl siiKes ifeo those at The Knsh
i'o , Hotel nnd Pint stieetB. Thej me
the best for stile wear and pi lee
D.mce nt the oiinR Hotel Saluidaj,
Atnll 4th, at 7 15 iu. m Conic ami
hue n jolly time. Tickets $1 per cou
plo at Wall, Nichols.
If your cash register docs not woik
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Othce Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; rnonc iij.
, Don't forgot to see tho now Spring
v. n!tn fot at Ilium's. Ladles nnd
children's hoslerj In black, white, mid
tun, nt 12 Vie a pilr.
Mi S (1 Wlldci. aeeonip.inlcil by
Misses 1 Wilder nnd II Wilder and
Mnstera S. Wlldor and A Wilder, weie
among tho arrivals In tho Mntmn Koa
Tho White Pnmlly notary (lock and
chain sttlch) Is tho boat sewing nu
cliluo lu tho world. Denny & Co , Ltd.,
ngoiits, 12GC, nrt street. Phono 488.
There will bo a rehearsal of the
".Mascot" tonight lit 7.45. Thcio will
lie Important business to go through
so a full nttendanco la partlcularlj re-
In the Nippon Mam will nnho an
Iniportniit shipment for Honolulu
Tnusan water in iitiuutltj, as well as
Tansan "Splits" and Tnusan Ulugir
Ale 1 his Is good news.
lllidiop I.lbert Is nuoted ns sajlng
Hint he haa made mi official offer of
the Kallhl situ on tho Homun Catholic
useivaliou for tho leper bojs' home,
but would bo willing to glo the situ.
When j ou want to bo buro that n
shoo Is nil right In cVery way, look for
Ihu Hamster label. It lis on!) on su
peilor shoos. Wo hnto thorn Mann
raetuiors' Shoo Co , Ltd 1051 Port St.
Wheu ion aro travelling, jour com
foit depends Ijrgely upon what kind
of n trunk jou luno. Tho best steam
er and tr.ielllng trunks, suit cases,
tc, aio to be found at M Mrlneni),
V I. Welsh, unheil at ngo, poll
tloiiH tho Circuit Court for an order
for accounting from Mrs. Kinnia
Welch, whu In 1902'wns nppointcd his
guirdlnn mid who, hu claims, refuses
Siiperlntenilent of Public Woiks
Maistou Campbell will go to Maul
next Tuesday to attend n public meet
Ing called for tho purposo of consld
"ring tho establishment of thu Knhu
lul h.ubor lines
A ery olaboralo housew arming ban
nuet was gleu nt Iho llnwnllau Mucii'
ioiiI Maniifacturlug Co last Satuiday
ulglit. on Ilcictaula aenuo near Auli
lane President Vnmamoto of tho
companj made an nble speech In Km;
P P Ryan, thu liquor man, states
lh.it hu has no fears that piolilliltlon
will be srrurei for Hawaii, as thu
plautois would not allow this on ac
count of tho fact that tho Japaucho
would then leave thu countiy mid tho
tane floldii would lack laborers.
As u result of jeslerdaj's niootlin:
at tho olllco of J A Magoon, a new
heiioMiluut sucleH was organlred
The name of the new socio!) In Socio
tied do Santiago llcnollreiHlti Kjnano
In do Hawaii Among those piesent
weie l)r I. I Aliaiuz, P A. Muitinoz
P .1 Dull a and J P Rodriguez The
loclely Is not to be a seciot socltl)
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. XING ST. PHONE 525.
0ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, March 27
S-AN rilANCIbCO Arrived Mar 17
S S Knterprlso, from Illlo Mar 17.
Am hk. Coo. Curtis, hence Mar 11
SAN ritANCISCO-Salled. Mnr 87
Am bclir. II. C Wright, for Malm
YUKUI1A.MA Armcii sinrcii 27.
P M. S. 9. Siberia, henco Mnr 10.
Saturday, March 23.
RALINA CltUZ Arrived March 27:
A II. S, S. Texan, from Illlo, .March
P NPIIANCISCO Arrhed Mnr 27:
Hi S a. Asia, hence March 21.
VANCOUVER Sailed Mnrch 27:
llr S. 8. Mo.iun, for Honolulu,
IIONOIPIT Sailed Mnich 2S:'
Am Rchr. Muriel, for San Pran
Monday, March 30.
SN rilANCISCO-ArrlU'd Mcli 29-
A -11. S. S. Ncbraskan, licnco Match
(HtAY'S HAmiOIt Arrhod Mrh. 2S-
Am bktno. Hawaii, from Maknwell,
Alli:ilf)i:i:N-Arrlicd Mnich ID
Am tchr. Manila, licnco March 11.
MAIIUItONA Silled, Mnrch 27
Am bk. Mohican, lor San Pranclscu.
MAKAWKU ArrUed March 2W
Am. bktnc. Chohntls from Kaliuliit
Tuesday, March 31.
(1IIAYS HAltnOR Arrhed March 30.
Kchr. C. A. Thnjor, henre Mnrtli
llltHMKNi-Salledg Mnich Z'i
Alexanilor (tiberg, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Sailed March 3.'
Hongkong .Mam, for Honolulu
SAN P1IANCISCO Sjile-' M-ic i 31
Nippon Mam, for Ilonolu'ii.
rfUATTUJ S died Maieh l
Ailzunan, foi Houolulii
Wednrsday, April 1.
SAN PItANCISCO-Sailod April 1:
Am bk. Audiow Welch, fur Ilonu
SI:aTTU: AnUod April 1
Am schi Alice Cooke henee Mch 3
HONOIPlf Anhed Apill 1
Am FClir. Difenilei, fiom San I'inn
SAN KHANCISCO Airlwd Apill 1:
S S llllouliili, hence .Mnich 24
Thursday, April 2.
SAUNA CltUZ Sailed Mnrch 31
A.-ll S S. Alaskan, for" San Dlcgn.
KAANAPAI.I Sailed Maich 31:
Am schr Piiako, for S m l'ranclsco.
MAI.I.P.NDO Sailed April 1:
S (1. Wilder, for Honolulu.
S S CANVNAO, from Huvio, Tor Ho
nolulu iu(irfent, Is nthoiu ucrr
Friday, April 3.
SAN PltANCISCO Arrlol Apill 3
P. M S H Mongolli, h:mo March
YOKOHAMA Arrhed Apill 3-
P M S S China, licnco Murch 23
1III.O Sailed Murch 20:
Am bk Aniilu .!ohnon, for San
HH.O Auid Mmrh 31:
Am. eclu W II. Muikton, from San
Saturday, April 4.
SAN PltANCISCO Sailed April 3:
A -II. S K Nebraska!!, for Honolulu
It Is now asserted Unit when
Charlemagne Tower, Amb.iss.idor to
Ccrman), wioto President' Roosevelt
ho thought or resigning ho did not
mean It. The President, however,
took him nl his vmd and hu will ho
out of a Job next August
(Continued from Pace 1)
House, and that ho would do what
ho could to have them granted.
Richards leportcd for the special
committee of which ho and Thwlng
woio the members, that they hnd ap
pealed, beforo Uio Pedeiul (irand
"Air. Thwlng nnd I woio beforo
tho Grand Jury during n two-hour
session," he said, "nnd ve went Into
tho matter fully. Tho "(Irand Jury
did not feel called upon to cuter this
question. I do not know tho rcatons
thcicfnr. After an hour or so I saw
clear) that v.ry would not bo suc
cessful, namely, because this com
munity Is cntionchcd In tho santtaiy
nnd protcctlvo reasons for tho exist
ence of such a plnco. Tho members
of tho (liand Jury, most of thorn
knmaalmis, liavo had the piovnlout
low dummied Into them since they
"Tho Chic Pederatlou has aUo
gono Into this question. At present
tho whnlo question Is ontienched lu
the lu Hon of thu lloiuil of Health. 1
am on record tor tho belief that tho
Ilonid know nothing of this ninttei
buforo two oi threo dajs ngo It Is
all a innttoi of tho action of U, U
Pliikham, who will have to explain
himself to the Hoard, n meeting or
which taken placo this afternoon. As
soon us litis ono obstacle has been
removed- that Is, tho piov-ilciit bo-Uor.-
oui vwuk will bo easier."
Thwlng leporlcd that hu had called
on HiccI-omi who had saliljthut he
would cnfoici iho ndmunds Act If he
had the lucking of tho coram mil) In
doing so He did ovldenllj rivt tlilnk
that tho action of tho Mlnisteilal
Union wan Miinclenl. Thwlng had
gotten up his lection nnd had snt a
Icttei to Ilieekons asking him ti)lulo
In wilting whethoi ho Inteudtd lb en
rorcc tht net or not, Ilicc-koiiB hnd
mibwoiocl that he would gho Uio nut
loi his conslduiatlou In n umvi iv,.i
lion nrcekoim hail said that ho iud
sent a letter to thu Attoinoj Ouiiora'
lu Washington stating that It watf not
his policy to onfnrco tho Act tow m, hi
iwncl, but that ho would do so should
is belicvinfj, If you can't sec ,U,
how can you know what to believe I
IF the imperfection is in your
classes, we can remove it. If you
NEED plasses wc can fit you procily
A. N, SANFQRO.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
ho ho so Instructed. On heii ng li
Thwlng had sent letters lo Hie Alt i
nej .(iincinl, the I'roldent and I
president of Ihu W. C T U. Tin
letters wero read, To the Alton
Dcnernl Thwlng stntul ninu:v th
things- "for protection of mi ridor Hoard of llpnllh had nothing lo do
bojs this open nest of ilc '"ii'd b Uli Hio Iwllol matter It wob there
closed nt once." To t' P tsl i 'i foro Important th.-it tho Union endorse
wrote Hint proxtltiitlo.i ,.is b Ing car the hliitcnieut that ho had mado tin
tied on openl) In II' nilulii, tint the Utntomonl to tho contrary before If
situation had becotu imbearablo lol It was decided to split tho resolution
many prominent cltlzcx.. und that thollnto two imrls. and tho first part was
United States ofUclals should enforce
tho law as they had been sworn to
Thwlng stated fmther that he hnd
seen the Sheriff, nnd that if Iho police
vhoulit decide to enforce tho Terri
torial law there would bo no ncceni.il
tor Invoking tho aid of tho federal
A resolution was then Introduced,
asking first, that Thw lug's notion be
endorsed, and biconcll), ending for n
declaration b tl.o Union to the eft ct
that Thwlng was coirert In his etutc
moiit Hint tho President or tho llo .nl
of Health had befoio tho Union, In r.i-
ply lo n direct question, admitted that
ho had reports from oer n bundled
rrinifl from Iwllol, und that he had'
taken his action nr to medlc-il lusp o
lion ns that wns In his opinion to the
best luteicst of the public health
This was followed h) a lengthy ills
cushion which liocnmo er geuotal
Wiidmau staled Unit ho believed It
best In leave tho latter part of thu
Scudder said that Iho resolution
con-tod two -poluis, anil that there
hnd hettei bo sepnrnteil.
Seudder also wanted to know why
the work done was not tlfal of the
wmiillleo Instead of being Hint of an
uIUiumIh, ns Iho "illier member of
the ronimltlio, answered that ho had
been consulted b) Thwlng
"Then It should bo n committee re
porl," said Seudder.
Wndninii wanted to know If Iho res
olution called foi tho endorsement of
Iho letters sent by Thwlng to tho
pi ess. Thwlng answered that It did
Olson enquired wh this action had
not been submitted to the Union nt u
spcclnl miellug llo thought that it.
At American Legation
MUKDHN, Mnnchuila, Apill B
American Legation hero mid nt
ST. Pl'TI'ItSlllHUi, Russia, April I Tho Goveinment Is consider
ing tho formal iccognltlon of the cl alma of China fur the solo ownership
Prior to tho ItusSo-lnpaneso w.i i tho claims of China over Mnnchu
ila weio tieateil us negligible b) llu s&ln, who established gaulsons lu the
province and ncted ".cry much as a s uzeralu power. Tho nctlvlty of the
Jnpancso nt tho present tlmo In rca chlng out for a monopoly of the
Manchuilnn tiado probably dictates' Russia's chango of uttltudo and
piompts tho full iccognltlon of Chin n's clulms ns a check to that nation
KOREAN INSURGENTS ARE VIOLENT
TJ3K10, Jnpin, April G. Reports
ents nro nctlvo In tho Held, while tho
ciiculnr clem.indlng tho expulsion of nil Jnpancso from tho Kngd0trr has
encouraged tho stubborn nnd hostile attitude of tho Koic.in couit officials.
CAMPBELL.BANNERMAN TO RESIGN
LONDON, Hnglnnd, April 5 S
hns been sick for some months, Im
Is piobublo that Herbert H, Asqult
chequci, will bo called upon to for
TORPEDO BOATS AT
SAN PltANCISCO, Cal , April r,.
Thu torpedo llottlln in rived at Mag
dalcnn Hay today nnd hits Joined thu
I'leet nuclei Admiral Thomas.
RIOTS AT PORTUGAL ELECTIONS
L1SIION, Portugal, April B. So
lions rioting nccimcd hero today In
connection with thu elections, many
pcisous being killed or wounded In
tho elections the MonaichUts liavo
been successful '
DUKE ASKS HIS FATHER
ltOMH, Ital), Apill ii Thu Uuko
d'AbruzI ronsulted with tho King
toda) regarding his hoped-for mai
ilngu with Miss Hlklns.
ROCKEFELLER GIVES $5,000,000.
NI'AV YORK. N. Y. Apill 4.
Jnlin I). Rockerulli'i has niadu ii gilt
ot Iho million doll.nA us n fund for
tho Union lllhlo classes.
HASTEN- CONGRESSIONAL WORK
WASHINGTON, I) O, Apill 4 -
Tho IIouso has adopted a sweeping
closuio measure to icstrlct tho Ueni-
ocmtlo filibuster inovcmont.
as of sufflrlf-ilt ImputlRtico to war-
lit tVK prnrcoilure.
Th'ilJR ni!aliid tint hasty action
had become neceiry Whon ho Imd
arned that Ilreckons hud written tc
'ho Allnrnoj-flencrnl ho had wnntod
to write to tlinl ofTlclnl prerniilliiK his
tide of tho mailer so ns to proven!
tho ptHslug of snap Judgment As the
toamcr to tho Coast loft that sumo
owning thoro had not been tlmu lo
i tervolt raid that he approved of
'Pn i' as actions In Iho main, but he
r ieMnneil whether It had been cour
logy 10 glo out tho letters to tho pub
lie Ijclorn they hid bes n lrcthol b
the officials to whom tl.cj 1ml been
Tho resolution was then illseussed
' llu. Richards rtiillng that Iho latter
rt wns tho mint important, im Pink
1 am liml stated publicly that the
passed without double
"la there any leason for us to en
dorso the statement?' nskod Hath, re
fer! lug to the second part of thu ns
olutlon 'Has Plnkhim denied It?"
"Ho has denied beforu a public
nu cling Hint there was nu co opera
Hon," until Thwlng "And I consldei
that direct!) to the contrary "
It developed that somo of tho mom
bcrs lemcmbered mm part of what
Plnkhnm had said beforo tho last
Union meeting nnd others another
part only, while bomo had not been
present at, all.
Mnrlln mndo another bid for see
recy, stating that iib tho other meet
ling Imd been ferret ho thought li
would be wicmg to mnko Iho pieEonl
proceedings public. Hut ho mi
"Thoro l nothing lo keep secret,'
"Wnn that tho meeting at which I
stated that I Vouhl have no part In It
If Jlie proeeedlngs wero kept hocrel?
"I s-ild Iho same," said Thwlng.
On u show of builds It wns found
that elghl iucmliero lemembered .what
Piuklinm had bald In regard to the re
ports of over n hundred persons, and
Ih.it eleven iimembered his statement
In icg.ud to the policy of cxiiinlna
lions being to Hie best Intnesl of the
Tho paper of Iho day, "Tho Man
Who Stlried up tho Kingdom." wn
then ri ad b) Paul Super.
llefoio tho meeting adjourned c
committee, consisting of Sciiddoi
Thwlng und Hlolinids, was selcrled tr
look Into Iho matter of establishing r
Citizens' Protcetho IMguo, to which
lupous could bo mado by any fainllj
whlcli mliiht bo exposed to dangef
when tho fleet ai lived lino. 1 1
A body of Japnneso today entered
tneked tho Chlucoo native staff
from Korea state that tho Insurg
distribution of n vlolcntly-wordcd J
lr Henry Campbell-llannormnu, who
s icslgncd from tho Prcinlerbhlp It
h, tho present Chancellor of the Ux-
m n Ministry us his suicessor.
MANY ARRESTS AT HAYTI
PORT-AU-PRINCL', llaytl, Apill B
Tho arrests of persons supposed to
have been Implicated In thu plot to
ovcitluow tho'aovernniont continue
Tho (lot man and Pioiich Legations
aio ciowded with refugees Hocking
lu to avoid in I est and violence
ii ipi r
MORGAN 0ALLS0N QUEEN
ROMi:. Italy, Apill 1 J Plorpont
Morgan was received lu niullonco to
ilny b) tho Queen or Hal) nnd by the
BANKER ROSS GAINS POINT
PORTLAND, Ore, Apill 4 Hank
or Ross' has been glinted a elinngi
of venue, nnd his tilal will take pi ice
FIFTH AVE. HOTEL GONE
NI-'v'yORK. N V. Apill 4 The
famous 1'lfth Awuuo Hotel, which
foi tho past half centui) hns been
mado tho headquarluiH of man)
piomlnenl politicians, was closed nt
midnight tonight. It will bo deiuul
Ibhed nnd u modern slosciapcr elect
ed ou Its situ.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G
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I'Irst quarter of tho moon Apr. X.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is lu hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
tlmo, being that of tho meridian of 1S7
iogrees 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlsllo
blows nt 1:30 p. m , which Is Uio wimo
as Greenwich, 0 houra 0 minutes. Sun
and moon nro for local tlmo for tho
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Sutiila), April 5.
Slmr W. O Hall, Thompson, fiom
Kuii.iI, C 11 n in.
Slmr. Nllhait, Oncss, fiom Pimaluii
10: lo a. in.
Stmr. Iwnlnnl, Self, from Maul nnd
Molnkal, 3:10 u in.
Mondiy, April, fi.
. T. K K, S S Nippon Mam, (liejlne,
fiom Sjii l'ranclsco, n in.
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Simdii), Apill ',
Slmr. Hesinlch, Kokeiwilz, for M.i
k.iwoli, 5 p in
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T K K 8 S.Nippon Mnm. lliicne,
for Client, D p in.
Slmr Ko An llou, Tullctl, for Kuu il,
5 p. m
Slmr Noenii. Mitchell. Tor Malm
kona. llouok.m and Kukulhaele, r.
p. m. .
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J' PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
Per S. S Nippon Maru, fiom S m
Francisco, Apill CPoV Yukohnimi:
Mrs. Katheiliio C. Uckl.md, II Ii Kp
plngor, Augustus Ja, MrH Augustus
lay, (1 N.ikn).umi, OHb A. Poole, I). S.
Richardson, Mrs. 1). S. Hlihatdson,
John II Rom, 8 Shlliot il'or Kobe
I. Tabus'a' nnd viovant I'or Nng.i
i.ikl John A Drltton. A. T Uistlan-l.
1'or Munll.i. Miss Penil Aicho), (1
V. Clarv.na, ChiiH A Hoiitor, Mrs. J".
P. Hull, Wiillur P Linton, Oliver
cow, A. K. Southaid, I. II. Whlniuy
'or Hongkong Mrs. T. D Altken and
nfnnt, Miss Ccmstanco Altken, Wm. C.
sa, Mrt. Wm C Asa), Pied A.
lurdncr, C A Kiiprerbeig
Per stmr Iwnlnnl, Apill B, from
Mnul nnd Molokal polls Charles
!n. Miss A Ony, Musters O.i) (3).
Mis J W Hose, Mrs. Kohler, C. Hu
dininnn J D McVeigh, Oeorgo C Sen,
Ilsn Hitchcock, MrB W Mcjer. R II
Illrhcoek, H R. Hitchcock, Mnslei
Hitchcock, R Hind, A W. CarteiJini
I'm kit, ,lr K. A Koarns, W.' Kin
10), A M Kinney, Cnrtcrjlulf, o dock.
Per stmr W. O Si.rif7rAprll B Mcd.
Vlcolal, J Rodrlguls. II T Ljons, c.
I'. Loong, T Inunl III Prcur, Mntsu
liltn. (1 Inoiio, JfYamamaga, S Oku
io, II. Mlnchln, Jl. Rodrlgues. C M.
uarstcd, A. Wllco-J, A M. I'm vis, Miss
L. Weber, Miss l Lima, Miss L. Hor
ler, R. Ho, N JTAninmnln, 12 dock.
Por stmi. Nluui, April B, from Pu
inluii. J. Ogtlj D Pails.
Wnshlngtol, 1). C , March If. a
"uslon of tin old Populist unil new
tndeponcfeilto Lcnguo paitles, tho
The heidcd by Tliotnas H Watson ot
aeorgla and tho other b Wllllaiu R.
'loaibt of New York, will bo actually
'ffected befoio luiiny uceko elnpso,
md tho fusion ticket piobubly will
io Heai m and WnUon.
It Is iiointod out by Congressmen
lint icecntl) Ileaist formally du
laicd that his Independencu p.uty
vould not Biipport llr) an or Rooso--elt
or Johnson, but would liavo a
Minlldato of Its own. About tho
i line tlmo Wntbon In his weekly Jor
roisonlnn, published nt Atlanta, ud
Ised the Populists to Biippoit neither
li-yau nor Roosovolt, but lo put a
nndldato of their own lu tho llclJ
That Watson's uilvlco lb being arcci
ed U shown by tho fact that tho
Pops" of Kansas in mass meeting
n Topoka K-stord.iy declined to In
loiso Ilrjiin und pnssed lesolutloim
awning Watson foi tho Piesl'icncj-.
Recent occurrences In (leoijln uio
lellevcd to hnvo weaned Watson com
dutid) from tho Democuitic part)',
n tho Into (luborniitoilal campaign
in buppiuted lloko Smith for (iov
rnoi, but blnro tho olcitlon pel son
il nnd polltlenl dllTeieiicej hnvo
uued him to withdi.iw ricmi tho Do
liDcrurj.niul io Is now regaided a
me or (lovciuoi- Smith's most nctho
mil Implacable political onemles.
J""T imwmih imimiiiii w iw
o yourself and let us build that ca
toe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
'iavo in mind. We'll have it lendy
n no time, and the price will be so
'ow that vou will wonder how wc can
lo it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat nnd Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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