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BVENINO nUI.tiRTIN, HONOLULU, T. If., Tl'PSDAY, APHII. 7, 1!)0S,
AM IfflPlj I
Honolulu Commandery Order
of tho Tcmnlc.
Pacific Third Degree.
,L,cl Aloha No. 3 Regular.
All visiting members of lio
order nro cordially Invited to
attend Netting of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Vi. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1'.
Moots every Monday evening nt
7:30 in I. O. O. V. Hull. Tort Stieut
I!. It. IIKNDUY. Secretnrv
11KN. 1 VICKHflS, N. tl.
All visiting brothers very cordiall)
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets ovory 'luosday evening nt
i:30 o'clock In IC. uf 1'. Hall, cor
Port and noretunln. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attoud.
V. L. LYI.IJ CO.,
F. WAI.nnON, K.H.S.
OAHU I0D0E, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday ovoulng nt
7:30 In K. of 1'. Hall, corner Fort
and llrfctiiiiln. Visiting blotliein
cordlully Invited to attend.
A. U. DHBUIKU, CO..
J8. VI. WHITE, K.K.S.
liONOLULD LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, 11. I. O
K will meet In tlielr hall on KJnr,
ocar Fort sl'eet every Friday even
lag. Dy order or tho H It.
IIKNUV ('. HARTON,
, WM. II. MrlNKIlNY, H. It.
V7m. M'KINLEY LODGE lio.S, K.of P.
Meets ovory Saturday evening al
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'.' Hall, cor
Fort nnd Ileretunin. Visiting broth
ira cordlully Invited to nttend.
W. L. rilAZUK, O.O.. '
U. A. JACOBSON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovonlngs of each mrtnth nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of 1'. 11.111, corner
Beretaula and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. W. L. FKAZKU. W., l'rest.
II. T. MOOHC, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBENo. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights ol
Pjthlan Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invltod to nttend.
.1. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. K. MUKPIIY, C. of It.
Best Horses mid Bigs in Town.
jewelry is something which you'll be
wanting, cither for youiself, or. for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
'store and see what we have to offer.
The goods arc right; so arc the
prices. If we can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KINO.
P. L. PETERS
7. .BAMBOO FURNITURE
Ot All Kinds And Descriptions At
5rt Iwi5ftnnWf Pripi
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
A' ' Emmn. S near Tlretflnln.
Manic books of nil fortj. ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the li'ilhllTi Pub
1 Go Carts
U Folding Carts
K K-tn" and Bethel Sts.
Oct Your Dyes for
Wc have the assortment.
Every boy and girl should
5 Ctc. Per Package.
Benson, Smith &
TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
RUN DOWN I
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG GO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Spells Satisfaction in Cigars.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
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
Jung and Merchant.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
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 nnd falls apart. Let
a Bulletin Want Ad. sell it for you,
A clean City means health.
Panama tints cleaned at tho Olobo.
Call nt the 11 it 1 1 c 1 1 n ofllco for n
J 0. Wootley will leave tonight to.
Mnul in (he Iwnlanl
Mis. Nnlinolcluii was n passenger on
the Manna I.na today.
Photos of jncht "Hawaii" laiiclilns
on silo by II. W Perkins.
Putnam Health Pills make rich
blood; GOc n package. Try them.
tin. S. Nniris of Kan, returned to
his homo today on the Manna l.cu.
Honk' Honk! Call llll. J. A. Me-
Leod, for tho pleasatitest auto tide.
.1 K. Aet, who booked on the Man
n.i l.oa, sailed nt noon today for 1 1 u
Dr. .1. II. Kuvinond of Maul ictiiriicd
to his home lo'iy at won en Hie
I) P. Knpown, n school teacher on
Motoknl loaves for his post today In
Mrs. McKcnguo and Miss Ida Me
KiMguu will Ir.nc In (he Hall fin
MBllc Lodgo No. 2, K. of P., will
meet In K. or P. hall this Tncsduj
evening nt 7:30.
Take your carrlago or nutoinobllo
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfy. Co, for
Cnplalii Otvvcll nnd Mnrstnn Cnnii
licll weio utile, dug passengers :i the
Manna Ko.i Imlav.
Senator George C. Howilt from Hi
wall was n departing i.issengcr In the
Manna l.oa today.
Ladles' Auxiliary A. O. II..( Division
No. 1. will meet In C. 11. U. hall thli
evening at X o'clock.
Tho Scasldu cottages am delightful
In tho summer time. Ihigjgu a cot
la go now for tho season.
Dxcclslor Uidgo No. :, I O. O. P.,
will meet In Odd Fellows hall thlt
Tuesday evening nt 7'30.
A. F. Kmidscu will speak on Th"
nsophy In loom 11, Knplolanl build
ing. Ihls evening ut 7 -.in.
F. W. Pease, u Federal iiRlrlnl.
leaves for Molokal loulght on the lwa
laiil, which sails at 5 o clock.
It has been suggested that Hie Kona
Orphanage would ho it good place fo,
a home for non-leprous limn.
II. M. Coko of Wnlluku nnd (1. Ht
iinuerisim ion on mo .Milium iu.i lor
their respective destinations.
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. I). Dubinin ol this
rlij were passengers In tho Manna
Ken, which left at noon today.
Try Iho beer at tho Hoffman. Hv
uy glass Just ns rolil iih It hhoiild be
and as tuinppy as can bo tluElrcd.
C. P. Kek.irt of tho Hawaiian Ux
pcrlmcut Htntlon, lelt for the olhei'
islands on the Manna Ken today.
The I.eahl Athletic Club's postponed
dance will take place on Saturday, nt
the Hall or Mrs. Pua h . nt Wa k k .
Col. .1. T. U.i'r iitiiiiid to Illto
today on tho Mini ' i Kim. Ilo will
visit Honolulu ib. oi wnks Iiliico.
.Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carte-'. Mr nnd
Mrs. .lohu Hlml and Mrs. R. II lll'id
left for Haw.UI toilit) In Iho Milium
llev. J. Wndmaii, Hov. M. Mulr nnd
Hev. 15. W. Tliwlug were nnioug the
passengers who left In tho Mnuna
The (ilenuers will liuvo n reunion
mi Saturday, Ma) 9. nt the residence
of Mrs. Then, ltlchaids. J02 Klnnii
Oceanic Lodgo No. 371, F. & A. .V.
will meet In the Masonic Temple to
night nt 7-110 o'clock for v.uk in th"
Cont your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Vo,i -.v 111 bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. California
Tom Qulnn 1ms cono Into tho null
ll.ir.1' Imulnn.fl ...Itl. .. M .. .. f.... ..nnan..!
gcr Ilulck and Is prepared to furnish
tho best posslblo service. Phono 3C1.
If your cash reenter does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Ollice Specialty Co.,
Ltd.: Phone 143.
Judge Unlloii delivered nn address
on "Tho Navy" hsforo Iho Social Sci
ence club lust ovenlng at tho Kiumu
street homo of Judge Dole.
J. Morato, Hie alleged anarchist over
whom the Portuguese lnwo had n local
low, left for Australia via Japan, on
till) Nippon Mum lesterday.
11. II. .Mariner of tho Hawaiian
Tiust Co., has taken tho house of It
1). Mead. Palolo, during tho Intler's all
seuce with his family on the mainland
Tho Whlto Family Ilotury (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho bent sowing ma
chine In tho world. Ilcniiy & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12G0, Fort stieet. Phone 488.
Illom'ti big ribbon snlo Is nttrnctlng
much attention fiom Caster shoppers.
Mid man) pretty diesses will look
piettler by Hie addition of bis hand
A. II. Ililggs of San Fiauclbco, Ktop-
plng heio en i onto mound the world,
will address Hie Conimeiclal Club on
'riniroduy on general topics or Interest
to business men.
Wo want ou to muko out Hint will
or yours nt euro, ir jou make us ouu
or jour executors, wo will draw It up
in proper legal for nifrcu of chuiga,
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
The icguhir monthly meeting of iho
Women h (lullil nml nlso of tho Wo
moil's Auxiliary of St. Clement's will
bo held on Tuesday afternoon, nt 3
o'ciock. in tho (lullil room.
Judgo Dole on Wednesday will henr
A. P. llurko vs. Tho Ilellef and Diirlal
Association, n case in which J. II,
Townscnd of this city Is suing M. U
Sllvn, also of this city, for Infrlugo-
inont of coiiyrlght on A cortaln form
of i oiler nml Inula! benefit.
Sovoinl houses havo been elected
on Alewn Heights nnd n number of
olheni nro piojecled. Tho salo of gov
ernment lota In that Suction Is show
ing results. J. It. Collins, It. II. Trout
C. II. Desky nnd K. P. Fogarty hnvo
built theie. J. H. Donugho, J. II
8,cliii!tek nnd W. T. Popo expect to
start building In May. F D. Creodon
will build soon.
IN OtlN PORTS
0ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Satur.-jy, March 28.
SAUNA CIIUZ AnUed March 27:
A. II. H. S. Texan, from Hllo, March
HA NI'UANCISCO Arrived Mar. 27.
Hi- K. S. AbIii, hence March 21.
'ANCOUVi:n Sailed March 27:
Dr. S. S. Morula, for Honolulu.
IIONOIPD Sailed Mnuh 2S:
Am. sclir. Mm lei, for San Fran
Monday, March SO.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived Mch. 29:
A.-II. S. S. Ncbr.isknn, hence March
(HIAY'S HAllIlOlt Arrive,! Mch. 2S:
Am. bktne. Hawaii, fniui Maknwcll,
AUi:itDHP.N -Arrived March 20:
Am. sclir. Manila, hence March 11.
MAHUKONA Sailed, March 2"7:
Am. lilt. Mohican, lor San Francisco.
MAKAWKU Arrived March 29
Am. bktnn. Chehnlis. from Kahuliil
Tuesday, March 31.
OKAYS llAUIlOlt Arilved March .10:
Kchr. C. A. Thnjcr, heneo March S
llltDMUN Snlledg March 27:
Alexander It-tnbcrg, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnrch 3::
Hongkong Alnru, for Honolulu.
SAN FItANCISCO- Sailor M.ie'i 31
Nippon Mnru, for IloiinPim.
3i:ATTLi: Sailed, Mmch SI
Arlzonnn, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 1.
SAN FIIANC1SCO Sailed April 1:
Am. hk. Andrew Welch, for Hono
lulu. SKATTLi: Arrived April 1 :
Am. sclir. Alice Cooke, henco Mch. .1
HOXOIPU Arrived April 1
Am. schr. Defender, from San Fran
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived April 1:
S. S. llllonlan. hence March 21.
Thursday, April 2.
SAUNA CItUZ Sailed Mulch 31:
A II. S S: Alaskan, for Sail Diego.
KAANAPALI Sailed March 31:
Am. schr. Puako. for San Francisco.
MAI.U:ND0 Sailed April 1:
S. Q. Wilder, for Honolulu.
S. S. CANANAS. from Havie. for Ho
nolulu via Orient, U ashore near
Friday, April 3.
SAN FIUNCISCO Arrive I April 3:
P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, hence March
YOKOHAMA Arrived April 3:
P. M. S. S. China. In new Mnich 2.1,
llll.O-Salled March 2'):
Am. hk. Annie John-on, 'for San
Illl.O Arrived March 31:
Am. ircbr V. II. Mnrston, from San
3aturday, April 4,
HAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 3:
A.-II. S. S. Ncbraskait, for Honolulu.
SAN FItANCISCO Bulled April t:
A.-II. S B Mexican, Tor Seattle.
Am. a. K IZutorprlEo. for Hllo.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed April fl:
U. 8. A T Sherman, for Honolulu.
lMIUUKA Airlvcil April 5:
Am. schr O. M. Kellogg, hence
(JAVIOTA Arrived April R.
Am. sp. Falls of Clyde, hence March
Am. sp. M. I.'. Chllcott, henco Mai eh
Tuesday, April 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apill fl:
Am. hk. It. P Ullhot. henco Mar. 21.
Am. schr .Ins. Ilolph, from Kr.ana
pall. SAN FItANCISCO Sailed Apill 7:
S S. Asia, for Honolulu.
VANCOtIVi:it Arrived April 7:
S. 8. Miir.iina, hence March 31.
IIII.O Sailed. April (I:
Am. sp. Astral ( for Delawnre llrenk
wnler KAANAPALI-Arrived Apill I:
8. S. Columbian, from Honolulu.
Scerelnry Savldgo of tho Ilepubll
cm Central Committee, has received
the following additional iiowh of tho
results of elections for delegates to
the Tcirltoilal Convention from tho
FliBt Precinct, Knlapann Ono del
(gate. David Knlol, unanimous.
Hluvcnth 1'ieclnct, Honoka-i Two
delegates. John Al, Sr., Philip Ke
ola. Second Precinct, Kohula Two del
egates. II, It. Klgln, David Lonoknul
Thlid Piecliict. Wnlnicu Ono del
egnto. .1. K. Kcpuullal.
Fourth l'nelnct Ouo delegate. II.
Rlghth Precinct, Kllnuea Ono del
egute. Hubert Scott.
Till'. CIUIW or tho HplcnUld ship
John Kna vvas paid off yestoiday
nt the ofllco of Shipping Commission
er A liny Thcro wero over twenty
men on baud, bomo of them with
bleary ejes Hint told of n inuring
time, nnd they all received their mon
oj'. Somo of the men remained with
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
is believing. If you can't see well,
how can you know what to believe?
IF the imperfection is in your
classes, we can remove it. If you L
iihhu glasses wc can fit you propcily
A. N. SANFQRD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
Hon. August Drelor w.ti Invited t
St. Uuils College last evening uni'
when ho nrrlvcd ho vvnj sirp.i.el to
find a lnrgo assembly ' frl' 'i .h-re
and n full fledged vo an prepaied
by Iho Hrothers nn pupils or tho
school. All this was i expression of
the gratitude tnvvnn r Drclcr for
his presentation or m.islcal Instru
ments to the band nnd orchestra. Dur
ing tho program Mr. Dreler was pre
sented with a fine photograph of tho
college hand nnd musical organiza
tions. "It was very nice to be so sur
prised," said Mr. Dreler. Tho piogram
March Siegfried Wagner
Oveiture-Lo Petit Hob ... Hcrndon
Waltz llcniitlful tlcm Sipilro
Qulckstoii Wyoming Dross
Hawaiian Match Aloha Oo ..Finncls
Waltz Cordiiln Hnlir
(Invotlo First Illossoms lleyer
Finale Jolly Coppersmith .... Peter
Overture Comedy Kcler Ilehi
Inlermer.ro Nokomls Pn'iit
Selection Lit Pnlrlo Doulllon
Flnnle Under the Unnner of Vic
tory . von Dion
The decision In tho famous sake
case remains us Illusive ns ever, nnd
tho local merchnnts to whom tt means
so much will ngaln hnvo to possess
tlielr souls In patience. While, ac
cording to cable advices tecclved from
Sim Frnuclsufi yesterday tho decision
had been promised lor today. It wus
not given, nnd will not bo for some
time to come. This forenoon tho firm
of Hind, Holph & Co., which had made
special arrangements ror tho receipt
or tho news In -tho mnttei, received
the following cable: "Not j-et ar
rived nt n decision. Will likely bit
rendered May 4."
Tho delny In tho rendering of the
Judgment Is duo entirely to tho dil
atory tactics pursued by counsel for
the Government, which availed Itself
of tho full tlmo of two weeks allotted
by law for Iho filing or briers, whlto
tho importers hnil tlielr brier In Im
mediately. Ah a consequence tho
sake case, nlthoiigh It w-ns originally
the first on the calendar, will now
hnvo to havo fourteen other c:m-n
take precedence neioro n can no
reached. The rule of the court Is
Britain's Cabinet Crisis
LONDON, Hnglniid, April C- -A Cabinet crisis Is threatening, ow
ing to the lcttrcment of Sir Henry Caiupboll-llniincriiinn. Herbert As
qulth, Chancellor or Iho Hxchcqiier, has been summniicd to IllarrlU to
confer with King Hdwuid nnd will bo culled upon to form a Cabinet.
Hcrbcit Asqiilth, who will probably be the next Premier of Oreat
Britain, Is fifty-six years old nnd tho son of n mnnufnctuicr In a small
way nt Morley, u llttlo uiilniportnnt town In Yorkshire. Ills father was
far from rich, nnd, destining him to a conimeiclal career, sent him to
the City of London School. Ho carried off all tho school prizes. Includ
ing an Oxford University scholarship, and, entering llallol College, be
rnmo one of Its most brilliant lights.
He was called to .tho bar In 1KTG nnd wns olectcd to Parliament In
1888 In tho general elections following tho defeat or Gladstone's Irish
Homo Huh) hill. It was ho who "moved for the ejection of tho Salisbury
government fiom ofllco in 1892, his great speech on that occasion being
rewarded by tho portfolio of Secretary of Stato by Gladstone. Ho serv
ed In tho Cabinet Inter under Lord Hosebcry and wns named-as Chan
cellor of tho Kxchcqucr by Cninpbell-llnnnermnn.
HI-j wife w.ib Miss "Jnck" Tcnnnnt, tho original of "Dodo," tho hcro
ino ot tho novel ot that namo that mado Kdwnrd Ilonsou famous, Sho Is
ouu of the famous women of Knglnnd. Jlcr wedding was attended by
King Hdward, then the Prlnco or Wales, and all tho world ot fuulilon,
m i . m
Battleships With Purpose
TOKIO, Japan, April 0. Sonsatlonnllsts hero connect tho coming of
tho Amoiican Ilattloshlp Fleet to tho Orient with posslblo rutin o rcpre
sciilntlons lo bo mado by tho American Government respecting tho-rlghlH
ot Americans In South Mmichmln.
CANTON, China, April 6. Tho boycott stnrted ngnlnst Jiipun as a
piotest against tho enforced surrender of tho Tntsu Main Is spicadlng.
Thousands of women paraded the sticcla liero today wearing diesses or
white, tha emblem or mourning, afterwards attending tho boycott meetings.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO.'S
BARRED FROM NEBRASKA
LINCOLN, Neb,, Apill C All Cal
ifornia Insurance companies havo
been barred from doing business In
the Stnte ot Nebraska.
ARMY BILL IS PASSED
WASHINGTON, D. C. April f!.
Tim Anny bill, carrying, nppropi la
tinos Hggiegatlng nearly ono hun
dred millions, which wus favorably
reported on by the Senate conimttteo
this morning, ban passed In tho Senate.
ESST BULLETIN ADS. PAY -f3
Letter For Engineer Of
Lost Steamer Of
Tho, United States Army transport
I'lx arrived here this morning from
anlla. Sbo imidu tho trip In 28 ilayr
from tho Philippine port ami 18 dnyr
irom Nugasnkl. Tho Dlx does not at
a rule carry passengers, but sho has
on board this trip Major Hugh J. Oal
lagher of the Subsistence Dcpaitmcnt
with his vvlfo nnd two children, nnd
flvo second cabin pao'engcrs. They
nro bound for Seattle. Tho Dlx will
lemalii hero for ten days or two
weeks, for sho will dlschnrgo nboul
500 tons of coal at this port.
A reminder of nn awful tragedy w-nt
brought aboard the transport thlf,
morning when tho mall came. It was
n letter marked for u man nnmed
Jones, nn engineer on a steamer bj
the saino namo ns tho transport. A
couplo of years ngo, tho little Sound
steamer Dlx, going to different ports
in l'ligct Bound rrom Scnttlc, Wash
Ington, foundered nnd out of seventj
passengers, only about twentj'-flvo es
caped mi nvvful death.
It was In tho englno rooms that tin
Iroublo started. Ono or tho boilers
exploded, leaving n groat hole In tin
lido ir tho vessel, through which Hit
Water rushed In tons nt n time. With
In a row minutes tho vessel had sunk
rerrjItiK with her between torty and
Tho letter brought to tho transport
Dlx was iindoubtedlj fur nn engineer
on tho ill-rnted llttlo pleasure steamor.
It will bo returned to tho place rrom
which It came.
II M ENTERPRISE
Advniicement Is nlwnyB welcome. A
few j-ears back Honolulu was satisfied
j with tram-cars, but theso weio Boon
don nwiiy with to mnko room for a
modern trolley system. Again, re
member the hnclis. Who iIoob not
know ami lemeiuber Manuel Hels
Who would think that ho would give
up his hack. Well, ho has, and in Itb
placo bo has n four-aented Popo Hart
lord and Is ready Tor nil or his for
mer patrons, cither for n lim to Mo
nmilua, llalelwa, around tho Island or
nny placo. Ho Is still with Iho Unit
ed Currlngo Co., phonO "00, where
anyone can reach him
Honolulu has well gained tho repu
tatlon of being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain same Is by keep
ing at work.
Hint decisions nro given on tho first
Monday ot each month. Consequent
ly ns tho decision could not bo given
yesterday It had to be postponed un
til tho first Monday tu Mnj', which
falls on May 4th.
JAPANESE IS ON
HARRIMAN DENIES MONOPOLY
SALT LAKK CITY, Utah, Apill 7.
I), 11. Ilarrlnuiii has filed his answer
In tho suit hi ought ngalnst him by
tho Unltod States for tho dissolution
of his railroad system as a Tiuat.
Ho denies that the system Is a mo
nopoly. FRENCH SHIP LOST
SAN FItANCISCO, Calif., Apill C.
Tho French 8. 8. Cannrlas, bound
from Hnvra, France, for Honolulu,
which wept ashore at Tailfa on April
2, Is icported to have filled with wa
ter. She will probably bo u total
a-m. p m a.m
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I I'l 7
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t 3S 7 31
i uv 7 ;o
First quarter of tho moon Apr. 8.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
iegrces 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same.
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for tho
)i 29 M 35 X MKKK K ii M M tt it H
ft M 3i 3C H X Jl X M M 3!l H H Jl K 5?
Monilaj', April C.
T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mum, Qrceno,
for Vokohamu, C p. in.
8tmr. Ko Au Hou, Tullelt, for
Kauai, 5 p. m.
Am. sp. Edward Sovvall. Quick, ror
Dclawurc Urcakwatcr, 3 p. in.
tt W M .rt K X X X X K X 3C 3C 3f
K SADLING TODAY
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Knuai, & p. m.
Stmr. lwalanl, Self, for Molokal nnd
Maul ports, S p. m.
Per stmr. Mnuna Koa, April 7, for
Hllo nnd wny jiorts. II. M. Coko, Q.
II. Hobortson, Dr. W. D. Ilaldvvln, wife,
chltdrcii nml seivnnt, Mnrston Camp
hell, Captain Otwcll, Miss Duko, Miss
Harriet Hitchcock, W. F. Wilson, H.
Hind, W. 11. Cooley, W. dh.cn, A. W.
Carter, Mrs. A. W. Carter, Mrs. John
Hind, Mrs. It. II. Hind, Mrs. 11. O.
Uond, JnmcB Henton, John Hind, Jus.
Hlml. Mrs. C. W. North, child and sei
vnnt, Mrs. W. W. Harris. 1). K. Kgu
chl, J. T. Ilaker, Mrs." P. Kaelcniakule,
Mrs. D. Whitney, Mrs. (leorgo Owen,
J. J. McLaughlin nnd wire, 1L II. Pratt
and wiro, Miss W. O. Kimball, F. 11.
Clark, F. A. Duko, Miss IMnn Perkln,
Mrs. Harnden, A. Koglo, J, II. liny
mund. Miss J. Logic, Miss Chodbum,
Mrs. C. II. Chodbum, Miss M. Pinker,
N. P. Harn, C. F. Kckart, I). Tvvccdle,
Mr. Klrkaldy, C. J. Schocnlng ami
wife, IC. H. Cant mid friend, A. O. Ilu
thaw, Mr. Genuca, HeV. J. Wndmaii,
Hev. M. Mulr. H. W. Tliwing.
Per Blmr. Mnuna Loa, ror Konn and
Kan, April K Col. S. Noirls, J. K.
Acn, Fred Conuiit, C. 13. llhicow, A, J.
Grceno, II. Holt, Mrs. L. S. Aungst,
Miss 11, II. Taylor, C.corgo C. Hew III,
Per 8. 8. Nippon Maru, for Orient,
April C J. ft. Johns, II. M. Dennett,
II. Itenjcs. Miss N. I). Winston, .Mr.
and Mrs. J. New combo.
Kl PASSENGERS BOOKED
l W X X ;. rt j: X ;t 3c K !, .! 3C K Jf
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai,
April 7: Miss H. Haven, Mis. Molo
ney, Mrs, McKeugue, Miss Ida Me
Kengue, S. V. Null, Otto Wlx, V.
Kiihlmnii nnd wife.
Per stmr Iwnlanl, for Mnul nnd Mo
loknl, April 7. Y. Wan Hlng, F. W.
Pease, D. P. Knpowa, J. O. Woolley.
2 LOCI Davis objects
Testimony Is being taken before
tho'U. 8. Commissioner In tho matter
of tho libel of tho schooner A. J. West
by George A. Davis on behalf or four
or her crew who wero Hied by tho
captain ror icriislng to work on Sun
day without being paid SO cents an
Tho proceedings aro extremely slow
on account of Iho tactics adopted by
Davis. Ho objocts to practically ev
ery question asked by Dickons, who
Is counsel for tho schooner nnd her
captain, or elsa moves to strike out
tho answer on somo ground or other.
Captain Tripp, Iho nsslstunt harbor
master, was on tho stand his morn
ing on behalf or the llbellces. Davis
objected to his manner of nnsvveiing
questions and ordered him to glvo
different nnswors. Ilreckuns piompt
ly told tho Captain to answer as ha
pleased. "Mr. Dnvls has no business
to iiBk tho witnoBs questions," Ilieck
iiiib said, "and then bo liuliu ir tho
answers aro displeasing." This oc
casioned ono of tho passages at arms.
Shipping Commissioner Almy look
tho Eland lifter Captain Tripp. Kvory
question ashed him wus objected lo.
' Dill: A farmer lives one-tnlrd Ion-1
ter than a tradesman."
Jill: I guess that's right. I spent
a row d.ijs on a fnnn nnd I know
thoy wero tho longest days or my
whole llfol" Yoiikors Statesman.
"For Rent" carat on sals tt
the RulleMn offle.
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
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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