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EVRNINO IlUI.LnTlN, HONOLULU. T II , WHDNHSDAY, Al'lt S, 190"!.
WSBBIf. WII 9 A i
WEEKLY GAt EHDAR i
Oce-tiic Thlril Defjrce.
Ho olulti Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Pacific Third Degree.
Lei Aloha MO. C Regular.
All visiting members of tio
oider are cordtnlly Invited to
ntlcnd nuttings of bcwl lodges
UARMOXY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Sleets every Monilny evening m
7 Jpi In 1. O. 0. K. Hnll, Tort Sticet
U. It. llHNDin. Setietary
iikn r. vicii:us, n u.
All visiting bio them very cordlall)
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every l uosday evening at
.to o'olock in 1C. of I'. Hall, cor
loit nnd llcietaula. Vtdtlng broth-
lorjlnllj Invited to attend.
. Ij. i,tu; oc,
F. WALDtlON, K U.S.
OAHU IODOE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Metis ovoiy 1'ildny cvonlng at
".."" In IC. of 1'. Hall, corner I'on
and I'.eretunl.i. Visiting brothels
coidlilly Invited to attend.
A O. DEICK1NU, CO.,
J A3. V. WII1TI3, K.KS.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E
lonolulu Lodfjo No. Glti, II. I. O
!., tvlll meet In their hall on Kins
Dear Kort street ovcry l'rlday oveti
Ing. U) order of tho K It.
IICNUY (' i:8ton,
SM II. MclNHItNY, II. K.
VJa. I.I'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
730 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cor
Fort ahd Ilcretanla. Visiting broth
ins cordially Invited to nttcntl.
W. L. rilAZEE, CO..
K. A. JACUUSON, K.ItS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd nnd 4th VKt
NI'SDAY evenings or each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla nnd l'ort streets.
Vlsltins Uagloa are Invited to at
tend. W. I,. VR.V.V.K, V Prost.
H. T. MOO Iti:. Secy.
IIAWAIIAH TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M
Moots evory ilrst and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights ol
Pythian lla'l. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to intend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachom.
A. K. MUHPIIY, 0. of It.
Bc3t Horses and Rigs in Town.
T e. 109
jewelry is something which you'll be
wanting, cither for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and sco what we have to offer.
The goods aic right: so are the
pncc3. If wo can't do business the
fruit won't he ours.
1010 NUUANU NEAR KING.
F. Ii. PETERS
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Eraca Si, near Beretanla. v
Wunk books of r,ll 'sorts, ledgers,
etc. mnnufocturml bj- thVllulhllii Pun
J'-fi fdllTilr.atii UV,
B VIM 1 Jia&wo
I Go Carls
King and Btthcl Sts.
Get Your Djcs for
We have the assortment.
Every boy nnd girl should
5 Cts. Per Package.
Benson, Smith &
TORX AND HOTEL STREETS
rsTirim'a!.; wxtTTSXii ujs?t
It will build you up
numbers drug go.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
4 vwKits Tccccroa
Spells Satisfaction in Cigars,
M. A. G-uiist te Co.
MOST FETCHING EASTER
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
for all kinds of Curios; the best in
tho city; Island Views in Postal;
Alakca Building, Alakca St., between
King and Merchant.
Victor Ta Icing
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King end Bethel.
AM&b lautA imiitl, i.tt.n-.i ., .L.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Best Bulletin Want Advertis
er! this month will secure the best
tenants for the coming year.
A clean city meant health.
l'auan'a hats cleaned nt tho Olnbo.
Cull nt the U ul let In offlce fur a
PhntcM or Jiicltt "Hawaii" lunching
mi mil- 1) H W. Perkins.
Putnam Health Pills malto rich
lilond, GOc a package. Try them.
Honk! llnuk' Call 1111, J. A. Mc
l.cip.l, for the iilenB.intest auto ride
T.iko jour carrlaRo or nutcimobllo
to Ilawalluii Canlago Mnnfy. Co. for
up liKlato repairs.
,'Iho Soanldu eottaficH nro dcllfilitfid
In tho summer time Kueacu n cm
laKo now for the senxon.
l.lly I'lirih was ki anted ,i dlviiiee
tnla from .Inhn I'uidy on tho mound
of desertion ami mm support
Try thu heor nt tli Ilorfm.ui. u
cij glass just iih told as It should lie
and as su ipi as can he ileslrcd.
L'oit jour Iron roofs with "Amble '
Yii.i will be surptlscd at Its cmllm;
nnd prcsorvatlo properties. California
lVed Co., ne.c nts.
Tom Qulnn lias koiic Into the aiitpi
lm k lmsliie-!s with a ntn- foiir-iiassp-n
ger lliilck anil Is prepared in funilxh
tho lictt pos-lble korvlco Phono 301
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
'I he Whlto Paiully Hotary (lock and
chain stitch) In the beat sonliiR lire
chine In the world. Ilonny & Co , Ltd ,
agents, 12fifi. Tort stieet. Phone 48S.
A race foi jour llfo Is tho onu Ik
iwecn thi' ihlps IMwnrd Sounll and
i lie t I.im lloth kIiIis nro bound fi,
Del.iu.ui-' llieaknalcr ami thej sailed
u nbiiut the nmo time.
.Mrs Dunn has an excellent line id
bat tilmmlnKs which may bo picked
iut and placed on either an old or a
nc, hat nnd tho whole h.it finished
In tho moraine If bruuijlit In nt thul
In KnhlMuu (walilne) s Kalel
Ikane). $luilil damages fur Injuries al
legeil to hat been Inlllcled In up n
K.iult the affair Is dioppeil from the
calendar, but maj be leplacoil In no
lieu of cither p.irtj'.
lto A C. McKei'M'r or the CIiiIh
ll.iu chinch will nddress tho Mili'
lllblo Heading morement on the book
of Murk at tho Y. M. ('. A. touioniiu
at n quarter of eight. Alt men are In
vlteil to bo present.
Wink cm the new barracks ami olh
ci buildings at I'm I Slmfli r will be
Mailed befoio Julj 1. lilds will lie
H!iii'i about the Ilrst of Juno le.iv
lug less than thirty tlujs In which tho
Kuccexsfiil bidder will bo determined.
John (!. Woolloy left jeuteiday ill
ternoon by the Iwalanl for thu leper
settlement whole he will addiens til"
'clioor chlblieii along lilies slmll'ii in
those upon which he his spoken In
most of die Hcliool'i of thu Teriitory
C II Dickey was jei.tetjl.iy iiimii.
lug named hj Jmlgo Lliiduiij' aa o
ceulor or the estate of William I"
WIIIPiiui, deceamil, under $Ghil Irmd
The P'Bt.ite ciiuslsts of leal estate on
South ami Qitu'ii stteets salucd at
Tin Joint cpiiiuiIHii n ui'iluu I es
urda bj the MucIijiiIh' Assoc latlim
and tin Chamber of Commerce in ac
quaint the (loiernor with the fait
that those Imillcb had iin.inlniously cu-
doiKed I,. IC Plnkhani fin leippiilnl-
liieiit as Pi evident of tho Hoard 111
Health, culled 011 Governor Pie.ir (his
Homing C M. Ccnl.o also called,
pre'iiim.ilily 011 a slmlhir errond.
The (iDxernor Is sllll 11011commltl.il
lu icgaid to Iho matter of appoint
ments or 10 appointments, lie stated
this morning that ho woull prohihly
made no announcement of his action
until next Monday, tho date upon
which the eomnilssioiu of both Pies
blent Plnkhani and Trcisuter Camii-
liell fplie He fc.ild ho was utlll
opi 11 to suggestion.
Will ill ii )l il
(Iciveinor Picar expects to get away
for Washington about the -1 111 of tills
month. Ho will piobably bo gemu
ubnui six weeks. His -tour of tho Is
land of Hawaii will, therefore, not be
made befoio August or September,
FOR SURGEON'S WIDOWS.
Washington, March 30 Tho widows
of Surgeon Oeneial Jumes Cat loll, U.
H A , ami Dr. Jcato W. I.azar, Into
tic ling iisbiKtaut i.uigeim, V. H. A.,
weio today glvi.11 11 lteualon of S125 u
month each by 11 bill which passed
Iho Senate. TheEo Hugeous, togeth
er with Hurst' 1111 Walter Itco I, of tho
Arm), were on 11 commission to In
vcftlgatn the jellow fever epidemics
In Cuba lu III11O mid 1001, and placed
their lives lu Jeop.ndy by donioniitrut
lug upon their own porsous tho truth
of tho theory of the transmission and
propogntion of yellow fover Infection
by mosquitoes. Tho widow of Dr
Heed had provloiudy been given a pen
sion of Jll'a per month
TOUND HIM INSANE.
Kansas Cltv, Mo., Match 2U. neu
tral Klchard C. Homo vvns aciiullteil
of He (barge of murdeillig II J
tiiovis managing editor of Iho Knu
mis City "Post," by a Jury In the
Criminal Couit tonight on the ground
of Insanlt). Ho wits sent to an itkjliiui
185 editorial roorni 250 busl
ness offlcs. These ajo the new tel
ephone numbers of tho Bulletin office.
0ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, April 1,
bAW KHANCIHCO- Sailed April 1:
Am. bk. Andiew Welch for Homi
HITATTI.r rried April 1:
Am. sclir. Alice Cooke, henco Mch. 3
HONOII'U Arrived April 1:
Am. schr. Defender, fiom San Trail
SAN PltANCISCO AirlMd April 1:
SS. llllonlnti, hence March U.
Thursday. April 2.
BAL.INA CHUZ Sailed Mai eh 3t:
A.-ll. 8. S. Alaskan, for '81111 Diego.
KAANAPAU Sailed March 31:
Am. Bchr. Puako for San rrnnclbcn.
MAI.I.UNDO-Sailed April 1:
S. O. Wilder, Tor Honolulu.
S S. CANANAS, from llavio, for Ho
nolulu l.i Orient, Ii, iiehote near
Friday, April 3.
SAN l'HANCISCO Arrive I April 3:
P. M. S. S Mongolia, hiniu .M.ircJi
YOKOHAMA Anhcil April 3:
P M. S. S. Chlin. heneo .March 23.
IHI.O Sailed March I'J:
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, for Sail
HII.O Arrived March 31:
Am. ttlir. W. II. Maiston, fiopi San
Snturdiy, April 4,
SAN ritANCISCO- Sailed April 8:
A.-H. S. B, Nebrask'.'li. foi llnnolulu.
Monday, April G.
SAN.KItANCISCO Stilled April I:
A.-H. S. a. Mi'Xlem, Tor Seattle.
Am S. S. Bnterprlso Tor l!ll 1.
SAN l'KANCISCO-S.illo! April ii
IJ. S. A. T. Sheini.ill, foi' Honolulu
KUKKKA Arrived Apill Tp!
Am. tchr. O. M. Kellogg, hence
OAVIOTA Arrlied April 5.
Am. sp. Tails of CI) 1U1, hence March
Am. up. M. I.' C'hllcntt, heneo March
Tuesday, April 7.
SAN PltANCISCO ArrUed April G
Am. bk 11. P Ultliet, heneo Mar. Jl
Am. cthr. .las. Uolph, fiom Kaana
pall. SAN KltANCISCO Sailed April 7.
S. S. Asia, for Honolulu
VANCOUVKIl Airlied April 7:
S. S. Marama, hence Match 31.
HII.O Hailed. Apill Ii:
Am. sp. Autralt for Delaware llieak
water. KAANAPAI.I Arrive 1 Anill I'
S S. Columbian, fio-n Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 8.
SAN KltANCISCO An hid April 8:
O H. S Alameda, henco April 1.
SN lUKOO Airled, April 8:
A -II. S. 'S. AliskuA, ltom Hal Ilia
KAIIIH ''I Sailed Ai II 7:
S. S (' ilitmbl 111 fin HIIip.
.MAKAWIJI.I-Balled Apill 7.
ChclialU, Tor Astml.i
SAN ntANCISCO-Salled April S.
S. S IIMonlan, lor llirioliilii.
it x Jl if KifJtK?nJ4J( )(. & "
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
it i.) ;i it ;t n k ;t ;t ;t jtJillK
Till: '.MlIItlCAN-HAWAlIAN com
piuj'8 mi ai.isltlii Arl-ona:i dtte
lieu1 from Se.lt'ie und Tncomi tiiniin
iiiv iiioinlng. Tho Nebraskan Ib dm1
Sitiudav 11101 nlng. 'lite next steam r
10 sill from San I'raiiclt-co will lie tin
Xcv.1d.111 which will leave the (loldeii
Utile l'v Apill 17th. Tlie Mi-xlean
will null fiom the Sound on the Kith
for this pm t.
Till: SCIIOONKIl LADY which via',
idolen awi'j. was sphuididlj II I led up
cm the Inli'ilur. Captain Miller bought
the boil v hun bIio was under water,
lalbed In r up, nnd spent .1 lot ot
inline) on bur now fix tines. Her In
dite llttlngs were fur above the mil
Inary, with carpels cm tho Hour and
Tlie SHIP KDWAUD SKWAI.I. Ila
ally got away Into jeslerda) after
noon. She was anchored outsldo tlij
haibor fiom early motnlng. SI10 cai
lied fiOiio lonit of sugai foi IJehiwaioj
Till: NOHAIJ hud us caigo HiIb
11101 nltiK I12S bags of mikui. A boat
fiom the Noeau caiislzed lit Ilonoka.nl
last Saturday, lining considerable
f 1 eight
THi: AI.AMHDA aitlvod at San
Krnuclscci this Inoinlng, utcoullng to
the cable reports.
THi: MIKAHALA brought lu 1750
HXTIIA MEN have been put In
woik moving thu coal I10111 the navy
coal sbels, which have been decnu d
unsafe for any further use. This
inoinlng half it cliuen men wero added
to the lot co which has been out
plojcd Thu ttauupoit Dlx has Ijlcii
v, 01 king u big force of moil tilttco tilt"
111 lived lino getting lid of the J.'UO
tons of coal for the uimy A gieat
deal of dlM-cmifoit bus been catiseil at
the Naval station on account of tin
high winds which cmry tho uial dust
from tlie wagons and llll the rooms.
The mi 11 say that they have to Chun
unci blush out tho olllees eveiy five
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana .Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
.j..,.. itiJA. f
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is believing. If you can't see well,
how can you know what to believe?
IF the imncrfection is in your
glasses, we can remove it. If you
NEED glaS'CS WC can fit you prope' Iv
A, II, SANF9RD
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
n t:..-j tl.m ti 1
(Continued from I'c T
II ie tea ly illdn t look I, ilrat, '
as the) sat tl.ete and ri ,111. , the
fed In embarrassment N v'"i B "H,
red bandanas eio II
11 IIU 1"
heads. They wore in n ' t I in
with artillery. C11II.1 1 vvoio con
Dpiciniiix by Ihclr iiIim 1 e They did
11 1 oven talk like , es Neither
11110 said "Shiver ni) t'mbers," or
"blow my foro-l'g.illanl iuiit."
They weio Just 11 couple ni tindor
sized, meek looking cockney HugllBh
men, nml thev had been loldlors of
Uncle Sam ul Camp Shafter until they
ilecliled that they prefened n Iiomo cm
the ocean wave, mil tho black II tg
with the skull und crosshoucs to the
Stars and StilpcB One of them li.ul
been a sailor sometime, though not a
tnvlgator. Tlie other hud been u
mule dilver In tho Philippines.
They looked lll.o an) thing but cb-s
peiadoes, but nuwrthelciH, the) wne
tin1 men who stole the schooner Led)'
last week and beaded Willi tier for tlie
South Peas, only to bring up on tho
itef this bide of Wnljnae, their dr. t'1
ciuft a total wreck nnd themselvei
dodging hopetct-sly to escape tho long
aim of tho outraged law that w n
teaching out for them Tliej eoulil
not escape It. I.als night Depuij
Sheriff Clim.im!, of Wat inae, und
time of hli men, dragged them out 01
their hilling place lu tho laut.in 1, mid
this morning they wero brought to
town, where they must bo tiled and
punished for theli locilhardy crime.
Tlie liloryjhey tell sounds like the
wildest romance of tho na "We w.n
tiled of belli' soldleis,' said Hue-
bui, "so we thought we'd go uw.i)
Whoio was we goln'7 All) where so
we got away ft 0111 solderlif. Thought
we'd go down south to some of the
lijiiuds und live there wheio wo
wouldn't have to work. Mujbo wo'd
be Kings or plrato3 or somethlu'.
"Troublo7 Nnw, wo dldnt have no
trouble. Wo went nboard Thuisdny
night and btn)ed there two dajs. The
l.adv was provisioned for a long tint
nnd theio wiib plenty ot water. AH
we had to buy was fifty pounds ot
lice. Nobod) elto c.inio alumni.
"Wo slipped out Krlday night nnd
got out of tho harbor. Did wo set n
couise. )ou Bay? Huh W'ot's that
mean Oh, )es, wo was goln' lu sonin
certain dlicetlon We sailed south
one day ami then we was goln' to nail
p.outhwcst No, I ain't 110 uivig.itoi.
I used to be n mule driver. Tho bojs
call me nil Jl. 1). Tlie other fellow
wus n sailor unco bill lie lu't 110 nav
igator, lie get seasick Ilrst thing. So
did I, but ho was the slekett ami went
below Then I got seasick. We win.
out of sight of land, hut about moru
la' we sighted Innd again mid I
thought It must lm another Inland.
"The wind wu'i blow In' on cine side.
but all to once It changed and blown)
cm the other side und the sills Hopped
Fortifications Passed Senate
WASIIINUTON, I). (j, Apill 7. Tho Senate has pashed the l'otllll-
latlons bill, earning ? t H.l 0tt.i:t7.
The estimate for 1II0S iih given lu CoiiKri'SHm.in Smith's llouso bill
Introduced Mnith Hi was $lG,UiiK,Gu 'J. Thu Hawaiian items culled In
the bill were.
For coiistiiii'tloii of sen-toast hatterlus in tho Hawaiian Islands. .$100,000.
Tor Installation of electric plants lu tho defenses of tho Hit-
w.ill.m Islands HO.dOO.
for purcliiiM' und Installation of searchlights for tho defentes of
'most Impoitnut burbots, Hawaiian Islands 17, .'00.
I'or the construe Hon of mining enso mates, cable galleiles, lor- .
pedo storehouses, cabin tanks, 11 ml other striittiucs neees
I sar) for tho operation, pieservat ion, und rnio of suhmailiiu
mines und tholr accessories nt tho derenses or the Hawaii
an Islands, to bo expended by til 0 Hugliicor Dept 70, lino
I'or Hie piouticiucnt of 0110 torpedo -planter for the Hawaiian
foi tho pin chase of siibmiiilno mines and necessniy appllaiitc.t
to operate Hum foi closing tlie channels leading to Iho
principal heaporta of tho lluwii Han ami Philippine Islands. L'00,000.
p m 1 p
Dole's Decision Reversed
SAN PltANCISCO, Cnllf., Apill 7. Tho Court or Appeals lias ro
voiBcd tho finding of tho lower in-i it lu the caso of tho Oovernment s.
Men lam, ami has oidercd the Issit ante of a wilt. '
This case Is based on tho ictus al of Heglstiar Meirlam to enter tho
maps or certain "tracts or land con dunned by tho Kcdoral Unv eminent
for roitlllcatlou purposes. Judge Do le sustained the Heglstiar In p.ttt.
In 1U0C Judge Dole denied u wtlt o f mandamus against him.
i 1 mmw 1
BANKERS OPPOSED TO ALDRICII BILL
NHW YOIIK, N. Y, Apill 7.- The American Uankcis' Asboelallou
has Issued .1 elicul.ir iiiglng ciiipiulHou to the Alditch hill.
MILITARY IN LISBON STREETS
LIS1ION, P01tug.1l, April 7. Tho
mllltaiy me camped In tho streets
and artillery Is mounted In tho
squares, fiesh demonstrations tiro
being routluiinll) made by tho riot
REPUBLICANS MAKE GAINS
C'lllt'AUO. Ill, Apill 7. -In tho
olectlons today tho Hepubllcans gain
ed ten Aldermen.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G,
Bulletin Editoiial Room Phone 185.
T and I got scared. Nnw, 1 don't
ow whether (.lib Jlbed'or not. All I
now Is that tho sails flopped oer.
ul 1 Ihought 1 had had enough, so t
,,1 for t,0 ,i,rP Thought wo'd
e on emu or tho other Irlnnds, nnd
o could shin out on some vessel.
"When we was 11 lit I It ways from
lrtid wo dropped the anchor but tho
' l,,l'' I'voko and the Inly drirted cm I
iho reef. So wo swam ashore. After 1
vlilic we went back nnd got the sails
t r 1 1 some of the nrMlRlniis and
i' i'vlr-1 up lu the huitan.i and made a
I it it And then last night the police-
. 'i cnino nnd found us and now we'io
In i 1-linny, ain't H7"
'fhnt Is tho story or the pirate
iia so or the schooner l.ad It might
!l ' "oeti a gloilous rrule, lint It
, .,. Tl0 linml.H r 8lt ,, sm,
, , c , jmcslltlr, nght h.u.'
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1A,.H, ,.., ,1... A, .,,1 w. .,,,1.. i.lnitnd
1IV.UI.I illl.l 1IIU IIOI, I'lll 1IIU 1'ltlJ IUV.kO
they aro likely to bo enrolled for
Koino jenrs to come, tit tiny rate, nro
tho cilmlnnl records of Hie l'edcrnl
Court and tho list of prisoners at
To steal n vessel Is a serious of-
reuse ugalnst the laws of the United
Slates, us well 11s of ever) other civ
lllztcl counli). and tho mutter vvns
prompt!) been taken up by tho Unit
ed States Dlstilct Attorney. Just
what charge will be laid against the
prisoners In still 11 matter of doubt.
llreckous says he does not bcllevo
that ho can charge them wjth plrac),
as his understanding of tho plrac) act
Is that tho offenders must have stolen
the vessel upon which they were em
plo.ved. Hut ho su)s there must hu
some law that will cover tho cae
and he will find It.
Meantime, tho schooner Lady Is
piled up on tho leer. 11 total losb. She
has gone all to pieces, nml all that
cm be saved Is what may be picked
up ahum tho shore or found cm the
bottom. The Lady had been newly
telltted, nnd was worth between J2C00
nnd $30()il. This loss Captain Miller
wilt liavo to stand. Tho vessel was
provisioned for thlity tln)s, which
made thu plan of tho men who btole
her feasible, If they bad known uuj
thing about navigation. Thoy might
ver) easily have imulo their way to
some of the Islands or tho South Seas,
licit) the) could have lived Indefinite
ly wttlioilt much danger of ever being
As It was, however, It la prohihly
lucky fur tho thloves that they did
11111 nshoro. Otherwise, having no
knowledge or navigation nml being
thcicfotc unable to find nut their io
blttoii, the) might hnvu gotten out In
to tho 'bio.ul Pacllle and wandered
about theio wltliuut over sighting
land or another vessel until the)
starved to death or their little ciatt
was wrecked b) n storm or sunk by
soino hidden rock. They may havo lo
spend ten or twenty )enrs In Jail, but
they will probably consider this pret
era Id is to becoming food for the fish.
The c.iptuio of tho two men b)
Deputy Shciiff Uillllaml und his men
is somewhat of 11 Joko cm the local
police. Yestcrd'i), when word was
lecelvcd that the bchoouer was pound
ing herself to pieces cm the icef and
that her crew had taken to the brush,
Assistant Chief of Police Leal and Oi
flccr Ileeves climbed Into an automo
bile nnd headed for Wulanae to catch
them Hut they didn't Sometime lu
the night they tamo to 11 deep gulch
which they could . ot cross, and thev
were obliged to Btny theie nil night
Meanwhile, Uillllaml had heard that
the men weio wanted, so he went out
WINNIPHO, Manitoba, Apill 7.
frmia Uoldmau crossed (o the Unit
ed States tonight unmolested.
GREAT NORTHERN CONVICTED
CHICAdO, 111 , Apill 7 Tho O1e.1t
Noithern ltiilliti.nl has been convict
ed of granting tebates.
ILLINOIS DRY COUNTIES
CIIICAOO, III., April 7 In today's
elections Itf Illinois twenty counties
ami gathered them In. He hail m
I rouble In getting them. Tho melt
nnd dragged the sails tishoie, crawled
back about 20(1 feel Into tho latiliinu
nnd built themselves n sailcloth hut,.'
which they had stocked with piiivb
slims rescued fiom Iho wieck. Thoy
wet 0 Intending to Ho there unlit up'
porliinlty offered for them to nmku
their escape. All tho lime they had
1111 Idea that they were cm eoiuo other
lslniiil than O.ilm nnd that they were
reasonably safe from cnptuio.
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first ipiaitcr of tho moon Apr, ii.
Hawaiian standard time is lu hours
20 minutes slower than drccnwlcli
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
legrecs 30 minutes. Tho tlmo vvhlstlo
blows at 1:30 p. in., which Is tho same
ae. arecnwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for thu
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Wednesday, Apill S.
Stmr. Mlkahala, tlicgor), fiom
Kintal, 11. in.
Slmr. Noeau, Mitchell, fiom Kukiil
luielc, C 11. m. .
X 5 it, X it X X X ii. X X n X x X X
X DEPARTED '-
n X K X X X X x ) X X X X X t X
Tuesday, April 7.
Slmr. W. (1. Hall, 'llioiup 1111, fur
Kauai ports, 5 p in.
Slmr. Iwalanl, Helf. for Mulokal and
Maul ports, 5 p 111.
Stmr. James Makee. Miller, Tor W.il
aime. x x x x x 11 x x x s v; v x x x x x
K DUE TODAY "'
X 10 X X X X Ji X X X M X X X X :?
U. S A. T. Unfold, from Nagasaki.
X )J X X l X it ' X X )i 51 X X X ;
x X x ;c x "1 x x x ns x x x
Per stmr. Mlkahala. irom Kauai,
Apill 8. Mrs. Cooke. Mis Aldrleh,
Mrs. M. Cookley, J. D Dole. J. J. Willi
mine, Dr. I'litnmn, Mrs J. MeConls-
ton. Miss Miller, II Lord, Max Mas
cot, Ilcibii Fernandez, Mis. Alexiun'ir,
.Master Alexander, Miss M Krilger,
MIss.C. McCalgan, 2 dick
Per stmr. Noenu. Mltebell, rioiii Ku
kulhaele, April S. Mr,j A. Lucas.
rt x x x x x if w x x x x w x x n
v PASSENGERS DEPARTED
it x x st x x x X x K. x x n x X X
Per stmr W. U. Hnll, for Knu it,
April 7: Miss K. Haven, Mis Mohr
lie), Mrs. McKoague, ML.a Ida Me
Keague, S. K. Nott, Otto Wi, W.
Kuhlm.iu and wife.
Pei stmr. Iwnlatil, for Maul ami Mo
lokal, Apill 7 Y. Wan lllng. f W.
Pease. 1) P. Knpewii, J. fi. Woolh).
RICHARDS' CAMP RAIDED
(Continued from Paoe 1)
bi'Vii In Honolulu only eighteen ila)s.
Ho lecolved his cllschaigo from the
battleship Nebraska In San Kranelsiii
mil) .1 short time ago
Ten witnesses havo been summon
id to testify that tho prisoners 111 a
guilt) of the offense charged.
Manuel Penes und Augusta Wulch
appealed befoio U. S. Commissioner
Hitch this inoinlng nml wcie bound
over Tor trial.
WRECKED BY HER
Pens.ieola, fla , Mint Ii HO. As 11
lesult or being btiiick bj 11 White
head Inipcdn fired fiom one of her
own ttlbe.s, tho torpedo boat lllakeley,
which has been engaged in target
pi.utko off this pint, has a lingo,
Jagged hole Just below tho water lino
on the port side. The Illakoloy has
been dr) -docked und a board or In
quiry mimed to Investigate the acci
dent. Tho boat's commander to
night refused to discuss the occui
Tho torpedo hud been piepurcd lor
11 lOOO-.Miid Hhot nnd Hied. It had '
traveled about lot) jaids, when It
biiddeiily swerved, nnd, nftei making
u complete click1, came illicitly to
vv.ud the lllakeley. Seeing It would
sttlko tho boat, full steam ahead was
oideieil. but the lllal.eloj railed to
get out or the way and was struck.
Miiltieshcs ami bedding weio used
to tlup Iho lm unit or water ami the
vessel headed feu the imvy ynid
When she aiilved theie the wntnr
was tin eo fiet deep In the toinp.ut
meuts GET NEXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinR-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and tlie price will be so
low that vou will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapal,
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