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Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of tho Temple.
Pacific Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Regular.
All visiting membors of be
order are cordially Invited to
attend motlng of local lodRni
HARMONY I0DOE, N?. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:30 lu I. O. O. I". Hall, Fort Sticet.
12. II. II13NDKY. Socrelnry.
11KN. F. V1CKEKS, N. U.
All visiting brother vory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
MeetB every 'lucsday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ueretnnlr.. Visiting broth
era cordtiilly Invited to attend.
W. I.. LYLK. CO..
f. waldiion, ic.n.s.
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday oventnc at
7:30 In K. of 1'. Hall, corner Fort
and Beretanla. Visiting brotuen
cordially Invited to uttoad.
A. O. DEKUINQ, C.C.,
J A3. W. WHITE, K.P..S.
CONOLULU LODGE G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, 11. P. O.
V., will meet In their ball on King
near Fort struct overy Friday ven
leg. By order or tho 12 It.
1U3NHY O. K ASTON',
WM. H. MclNKIlNY. E. it.
Wm. M'KTNLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meett every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Beretanla. Visiting broth'
crt cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FUAZHE, C.C.,
E. A. JACOHSON, K.H.3.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. E.
Moots on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
f: 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Hrunia anu l-ori streets.
VJsItlng Ragles are Invited to at-
" W. L. FP.AZEE, W Prcst.
11. T. MOOH.E, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TIUBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets avory first and third Tburs-
days of each month at KnlghtB ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of II.
Best Horses and Bigs in Town.
4000 Grcon Hoofing Slate 10"xlG
fi00 Ono and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cast Iron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought PIpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Thone 211.
jewelry is somethine which you'll be
wanting, either for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and see what we have to offer.
The goods are right; so are the
prices. If we can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING,
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
, S. TATANI
'Emma St, near Beretanla.
iaSOKlC & TEMPLE I
tfiJ ' - -"-,
King and Bethel Sts.
Get Your Dyes for
We have the assortment.
Every boy and girl should
5 Cts. Per Package.
Benson, Smith &
PORT AND HOTEL STREETS
j It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.
FOR. PORT AND KING STS.
P. 3L. PETERS
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;
Alakea Building, Alakea St., between
King and Merchant.
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO., ,
King snd Bethel.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Best Bulletin Want Advertis
ers this month will secure the best
tenants for the coming year.
A clein City means health.
Panama lints cleaned at the Globo.
Call nt tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u ofllco for n
Photos of yacht "Hawaii"' touching
on sale by It. W. Perkins.
Putnam Health Pills make rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try thorn.
Honk! Honkl Call 1111, J. A. Mc
Lcod, for the plensnntest auto ride.
If you want to luivo n Jolly good
tlmo, go to tho Seaside dance this
Tako your currlngo or nutomobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co, fur
Tho Seasldu cottages nrq dollghtful
In the summer time. Engage n cot-
tiigo now for tho season.
Honolulu Lodge No. lilli, II. P. (). I-:.,
will meet this evening lit 7:30 In tho
Elks' mlldlng, King street.
To enjoy the best ride In an auto In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qultin's
new seven Heated Ftorless.
Clerk M. T. Slnionton or Judge Hob.
Inson's court has purchased the house
of F. O. Hoyer in Kitlmukl.
You enu II nil any of the desirable
styles In "Hedfern" nlid "Warner's"
corsets ut Whitney & Marsh. 's.
Try the beer at tiio HoITman. Kv
ery glass Just as cold as It should be
and ns snappy us can he desired.
The Gleaners will have u icuiilou
and sale May !l, nt the rosldcnc') .of
Mrs. Then. Hlchnrds, 902 Klnau street.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Amble"
Yo.i will bo surprlsod at Ha coollug
and preservative properties. California
Food Co., agent.
Tom Qulnn has gone Into tho auto
had; business with a flue four-passenger
liulck mid Is prepared to furnish
the best possible service. Phone 3C1.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.: Phone 143.
You know what "Schilling's Host"
means; well, we have a full, now line
of their spices, teas, nnd extracts,.
Order yours now, phono 7C. J. M.
Levy & Co.
Parties wishing to nvnll themselves
of a chance to send nwny pineapples
at this season of the year are request-
til to read the Maud Fruit Company's
till on front page.
No matter how pretty your dress Id,
It can be Improved by tho addition of
a llttlu ribbon, tastefully selected.
i ou II find the ones you want at
Illom's ribbon gate.
The Young People's Union will hold
an Easter service on the top of Punch
bowl on Sunday morning, April 10, at
Us 30 o'clock. The various societies
will please tako notice.
Mr. llrownlaw, who has been Fred
eric nankins' assistant, and who re
mained here since the arrival of the
Mongolia, left for San Francisco by
the Hongkong Mam last night.
The White Family notary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho bent sewing ma
chine In the world. Donny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1200, Fort street. Phono 4S8.
Tliero will bo a rehearsal of "The
Man of tho Hour" at tho Opera House
at 7:30 this evening. This Is the com
edy shortly to be presented by 'Wil
liam D. AilaniB for tho benefit of the
Hawaii Yacht Fund.
Pat Smiley, an employe of the DIx,
was last night cut In the cheek by a
comrade, named Murphy, who used a
razor during a quarrel. Smiley was
taken to the hospital, but Murphy
made good his escape.
When you're moving, It's Just us
well to know that your valuable fui
niture nnd bric-a-brac are balng
handled by a reliable and responsible
transfer company. . Union-Pacific
Transfer Co., phono 5S .
S. A. Duke, u wealthy Arkansas cot
ton planter who Is visiting here, be
lieves that Hawaii could build up a
flno cotton Industry. Ho arrived at
this belief after an Inspection of the
experimental patches of cotton at the
U. S. Experiment Station.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Hapld Transit & Land
Co. employees' Ilenuflt Astoclatlo.i,
held last night, according Secretary
K. II. Hrhlgowatcr was elected a rep
lesentiitlvo member of the Hawaiian
Urunch of the lied Cross Society.
J. A. Combs, tho utonographor wus
held nil lust Wednesday night as ho
was returning to his home makal of
the Knllhl store with his wife. He
fired two shots at the rolfbcr. and
now believes that It was Lopez who
tackled him. Tho Bulletin staled
exclusively last Wednesday (hat Lopez
was hiding nt Kullhl.
OF EUROPEAN COURTS,
Then Is considerable t'linusslon In
Kuron.i cciirl rlicleu r.l the present
tlmo .is to which or.o pn.,loiii!iintes In
lavlshucss ml Ktricti'.ess of etiquette.
Some are outspoken In II cir opinlonn
that the Spanish court leads In boti
respects, whllo others favor liussla,
Italy, or Kuglard. Tho discussion has
even reacb".l Honolulu, but tl has nut
lasted long In the latter place owing
to the fact that all aro unanimous In
their opinion that tho court scene lu
"The Mascot" outshines nil others,
"l'rlnco Lorenzo XX11I" (Mr. M. H.
Webb) has a vast retinue of cour
tiers, pages, and nil the usual retain
ers, nnd tho occasion ot tho wedding
of his daughtor "I'lametta" (Mrs
Hugo Herzor) nnd "Prlnco Frederick
of Pisa" (Mr. Jus. I). Dougherty) Is
tnken advantage of to produce a spec
tacle on n scalo seldom seen hero bo
foro. Owing to tho troubles, Imaginary
and otherwise, of "Lorenzo" and his
chnmhorlaln "Itocco," this scent
sparkles with funny situations, wit
and comedy. Tho climax Is reached
whon Frodorlck comes to claim his
bride, nnd finds but there Is no use
In giving It nil nwny boforehand. Como
to tho Opera House, on April 23d and
see what happens for yourself.
-n ."sy"-. My-wiwy xpimffjm,
HONOLULU. T. Jl,k FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 100S. '" ... .
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OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Thursday, April 2.
RALINA CltUZ Sailed Murcli .It:
A.-1I. S. S. Alaskan, for San Diego.
KAANAPALl Sailed March 31:
Am. Bchr, Pitako. for San Francisco.
MAI.LHNnO Sailed April 1:
S. (1. Wilder, for Honolulu.
S. S. CANANAS, from Havre, for Ho
nolulu via Orient, Is nshoro near
Friday, April 3.
SAN FUANCISCO-Arrlvel April 3:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, h--uro March
UiKOHAMA Arrived April S:
P. M. S. S. China, he.iee March 23.
HILO Salleil Mnrch 29:
Am. bk. Annie Johnson, for San
HILO Arrived March 31:
Am. schr. W. 11. Murblon, from Sun
Saturday, April A.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed April 3:
A.-ll. S. a. Nobraskan. for Honolulu.
Monday, April 6.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed April 4:
A.-ll. S. S. Mexican, for Seattle.
Am. S. S. Enterprise, for llllo.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed April 0:
IT. S. A. T. Sherman, for Honolulu.
KUHKKA Arrived April ti:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, hence
OAVIOTA Arrived April r,.
Am. sp. Falls of Clyde, henco March
Am. sp. M. R. Chlicott, hence March
Tuesday, April 7.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived April fi:
Am. bk. It. P. Itlthct, hence Mar. 21.
Am. schr. J as. Holph, from Kaaua
pali. SAN FItANCISCO billed April 7:
S. S. Asln, for Honolulu.
VANCOUVER Arrived April 7:
S. S. Mnrnma, hence March 31.
HILO-Snlled, April 0:
Am. sp. Astrnlf for Delaware Break
water. KAANAPALl Arrived April 4:
S. S. Columbian, from Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 8.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived April S:
O. S. S. Alameda, hence April 1.
SAN DIROO Arrl.ed, April S:
A.-ll. S. S. Alaskan, from Sallna
KAHULUI Sailed April 7:
S. S. Columbian, Tor II 1 1".
MAKAWICLI Sailed April 7.
SAN FItANCISCO Sailed April S:
S. S. Illlonlnti, for Honolulu.,
Thursday, AprJIi 9. ,
SAN DIKGO galled Apill 8:
A.-ll. S. S. AlasKan, for San Fran--I
KAIUII.m Salhlll lAtirll M:
Ai.i. r,i. Atlas, fbriiDelaware Ilrcak-
Friday, April 10..
OAVIQTAi-Sallcil April ,8. . .
Am, sp, Falls of Clyde, for, Honolulu
GRAYS HAItllOH Sailed April ':
Am. bk. S. C. Allen, fur Honolulu.
HONOIPU Sailed April 9:
Am. schr. Delender, for San- Fran
Kdltor: Did you seo those sleeping
curs that were reported ablaze?
Reporter: No. sir; when I got
there they were nil smoking cars.
New York. N. Y., March 3(1. The
first stop toward tho actual trial ot
the recount case which promises to
oust George II. McCfellnii from the
office of Mayor, which lie usurped af
ter the election of 190C, was takou
today when the Commissioner of
Juries drew u separute trlnl panel of
The drawing took plnco In tho
morning at Commissioner Allison's
om'ce anil lu the presence of Justice
O'Corman. Curds holding tho names
of men on tho special Jury list wore
put Into tho drawing wheel nnd 100
drawn out. From this number will
bo drawn the Jury which will count
tho ballots ninl hear the evidence
supporting the contention of the pco
plo that William Hiiudolpli Hearst Is
the real Mayor of Now York,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
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you used to? Are you co" (lU I I )lN " " ""-
tent to "let it go at thatt" vt,uu vv"" "'" ' i "'"
No? Well, then, call on
A. N, SANFORD. ,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING, j
H' it ) X 3f K X Y. R M -St U A 15
A WATERFRONT NOTKS i
t Ju ti it . 11 X X. A i It ;C , ,iC M :t
Tho U. S. A. T. Ilufor' Ci,,tiln Mr-Creary,-
which waft rep , ,1 i I tdgn
off port, came In thl M'jfiiiiu: n.i 1
docked at tho tuvul ni,i. oiu- n.is
on board her the Dr.' ed States Sec
ond lnfnnfry. returni from Manila.
Col. F. W. Mansfield Is lu command.
The lluford encountered heavy bead
winds but behaved rcmiirkably well
during tho voyage. She left Mnnlli;
March 17 nnd Nagasaki, Japan, March
2.. During I ho voyage theie was one
death, u private. There lire five stow
f.wnys u board. Two of them aro Her
mans anil three Americans. The Hii
ro id Is well provisioned unit will not
need any local supplies except eg
ctubles. She takes no coal from here
and will leave for San Francisco at
5 o'clock this nfternoon. The only
vessel sighted between Japan nnd Ho
nolulu was the Hongkong Maru,
which passed through here last night.
GREGORY TAKES KINAU.
Tho former flagship of tho Inter
Island tleet, the Klnnu, which Is be
ing repaired now, will leave for Kniuil
ou the 30th of this month She will
replace Hie Mlknhaln, which has been
n favorite at Kiiual. Captain Gregory
of the Mtkahaht will command the
Klnnu. Tho rest of tho officers have
not been selected, hut It Is probabl
that the officers nnd crew of tho Ml
kabala will be transferred to the
TDK HONGKONG MAItU. dipt.
Dent, arrived from tho Orient yester
day afternoon with three passcngeis
lor this port and nbout fifty through.
Mrs. II. W. Avery, wife of the gen
eral nseiit of the company at San
Francisco, was among tho through
passengers. Mr. M. Shlrashl, general
dltector of the Toyn Klsen Knlshn,
was also destined for San Francisco
Captain J. A. Prowse, who took over
nil oil steamer for the T, K. K. and
Major I-:. S. Hall, n Ilrltlsh Army of
ficer, arrived anil proceeded to San
Francisco on tho Maru. Illshop Old
ham and Illshop Hoblnson returned
from tho Orient, where they hnvo
been working lu the missionary field.
Till: I1AIIK IKMOARD with a num
ber of well known Honolulu people,
left for San Francisco this muriilug
at 10 o'clock. She carried a large
shipment of Island products, Includ
ing sugar nnd pineapples. Among the
passengers who departed were C. II.
Mcllrldo of tho Governor's office, and
V.. P. Irwin of the llullijtln rcportoiial
THK U. S. A. T. D1X cnmiuenccd
discharging coal yesterday. Shu Is
the first transport to unload her coal
on tho Alakea street wharf since Its
completion. The Alice Cooke dlv
charged a cargo of lumber there, an I
the Manehu Maru took ou a c.ugo, u
sugar mill, for Fonnosa.
INSTEAD OF TAKING n load ot
sugar, tho lumber schooner A. J. West
tailed yesteiday afternoon for the
Sound, wheie a large shipment of
lumber nwiilts her arrival.
THK SHIP ATLAS, with 30S8 tons
of sugar for Dolawaro Ilreakwater,
was towed out of Kuhuliil harbor by
the Claudlne last Wednesday.
HAVING THK Pollard Lilliputians
as passengers from Honolulu, tho
Hongkong Maru left for San Fran
cisco at midnight Inst night.
Fln Job Printi"" t the Dulletln.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., April 9.
of the American ship Arthur Sewn 11
llaker, a Hawaiian sailor, ono of the
linker arrived hero today.
Tho ship Arthur Sewall sailed from Philadelphia for Honolulu on
April 3, one year ago, since which tlmo until now no word ot her fate
had been brought back to tho relatives of Captain Gnffroy, the relutlve3
of her crow or the owners. Over six months ugo si,.- wus tolled for as
lost nt Lloyd's, tho general supposition being that sho had gone nshoro
somewhere off the Horn and that her crow had perished, all hope- of
tliero having been survivors hnvlng passed nway lit the long silence,
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NEW YORK FOR HUGHES
NKW YOUK, N. Y., April 9.--l'ho Hopubllcan Stnlo Convention 1ms
chosen a practically iiiianlmous Hughes delegation.
FORD'S THIRD TRIAL
SAN FItANCISCO, Calif.. April 9.
Tho third trial of Tlroy L. Ford for
alleged participation In tho bribing
of the San Francisco Supervisors lu
tho matter of trolley franchises was
GUARD AGAINST TURKS
T1FLIS. Dulgarla, April 9. Fifty
six heavy guns have been sont to the
Itusso-Turkish frontier to bo mount
ed at Kurs to defend that point
ngalnst any possible attack of tho
Used Insulting Language
To Judge Dole And
Got Sat On
.' ldgo Dole rove In righteous Itidlg
'Ion this morning ami sat dowr
' '-'lily hard on Georgo Davis, who Is
eouiiBcl for tho sailors who urn libel
ing tho schooner A. J. West. Argu
ments had been fiom both U. S. Dis
trict Attorney llrockons and Davis,
and the eiier.iblo Judge ruled In fav
or of the former, whereupon D.ivls
leaped to bis fact and called for nu
opportunity to express liltnscir.
Judge Dole Informed him that tho
decision had been made and there
was no further need or uso of nrgu
liient, "Will your Honor hoar me?" rhout
ed Davis seeral limes In ipilclt suc
cession, nnd in li tono that expressed
demand rather than request. "You
may not hear mo now, but yon will
hear fiom me lu November," he eon
llnuoih referring to tho coming elec
tions. "Mr. Davis," said Judge Dole, "I
will not tako such language from you
It seems to ho it habit of jours to
place emphasis uu statements that
you make which mo undesirable. You
have got to lentil to curb yourself and
your language, not only to the Court
but nlso to your brother counsel. It
Is n noticeable fact that you aro Im
pertinent, nml I don't care to tolerate
It any longer,"
Davis again rose ami began to tell
tho history of his life, ending up with
the mumbled declaration ho "wasn't
afraid of Jail." Judge Dole pressed
his lips tightly together, restraining
his anger, but did nothing more than
admonish Davis to be careful of the
manner in which ho addressed the
Court nnd other counsel.
if it K XX it it, if M )C K X X M K M
M PASSENGERS BOOKED
n K H X X X X X K X it X it K 35 U
Per S. S. Hllonlan, sailing April 21.
Mis. Capt. Saunders, Miss Saund
ers, Mrs. Cnrrlo Jacobs Ilonil, Mrs. P.
M. Wlckham, S. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs.
T. S. Kay. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. (1. Woolley.
Mrs. C. Cnrcltoli and two children,
Mrs. Owen and daughter, Mr. nnJ
Mrs. H. O. Hall. Mrs. A. F. Cooke,
Mrs. Helen A. "Weaver, Mrs. C. Alur
nsky, Mrs. H. S. Norrls and child, Mrs.
C. M. Lewis, Mrs. V. 1). Angus, Capt.
C. Averdam, Mrs. W. C. McGonaglc,
Mr. and Mrs. Kkle, O. O. Jones, Ku
gone Neff, Mrs. Graco Iloardmaii,
Mrs. C. It. Illcger & Son, Mrs. Mathll
do Calhoun, Miss M. A. Peck, Mr. and
Mrs, G. S. Hlgelow nnd child, II. C.
Sinalley, Alexander SnuiUey, Mrs. A.
Snehlvo nnd child, Miss Ado Adrock,
Win. C. Lyon, Miss Harney, Mr. and
.Mrs. A. T. llrock and child, Mr. nnd
Mrs. O. Schwerdt Heger and three
children, Malcolmn Mclulyro, J.
Young, James McCandless, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. McCandless, MM Madgo
McCandless, Mrs. Drowsier Cameron.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Muni and
Hawaii iorts, April H), 6 p. m. C. C.
Cnmpboll, F. T. Watcrhonso, Miss
Hndlcy, A. II. llannn, Mrs. Geo. Mn
llna, Mrs. Sacvkwltz. G. Horton, G. W.
Carr, T. Akl, A. Kin, II. M. Glttel. M.
S. Jnrilln, C. It. Dement, Miss Lucy
Per bkt. Irmgard. for Snn Fran
cisco, April 10. Mrs. Doas, Miss Deas,
Mrs. A. L. Lano. Mrs. L. II. Wallace.
Miss Harney, K, P. Irwin, C. II. Mc
llrldo. LESS APT TO BREAK
"There's many a slip 'twlxt the
cup and tho lip," quoted the moral
Izer. "Yes," rejoined the demorallzor,
"It's safer to drink out of u tin
185 editorial rooms 25Q busi
ness offics. Thets are tho new tel
ephone numbers of the DulUtln office
The details of the burning at sea
have beoii brought buck by Georgo
three survivors of the disaster,
DUEL OF DUMA MEN
ST. PKTDIlSllUnO, Itussla, April
9. Count llobrlnsky challenged
Professor Mllukoff to a duel over a
dispute which arose between tho two
In the Duma. Tho challenge has
MRS. EVANS TO PASO R0BLES
PASO ItOIlLKS, Calif., April 9.
Mrs. Kvans and her daughter luivo
arrived here to remain with Admiral
Kvans, who Is finding tho treatment
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First quarter of the moon Apr. 8.
Hawaiian slnnHfiril Iinw, a in i, ,..,...
30 minutes slower limn Greenwich
umo, i.eiug mat or the meridian of 157
Icgiee.t 20 minutes. Thu tlmo whistle
hlmvr nt t-.ta iv in . u-ttl,-!, la II, .........
.. ... ...v ,-. ...w. , mv DU1I1I3
as Greenwich, 0 hours o minutes. Sun
aim moon aro for local tlmo for the
a x x x X x x x x x x x xxxh
U M X JC X ft X X X X X X X X X X
Thursday, April 9.
T. . K. S. S. Hongkong Maru, from
Yokohama, 4 p. in.
U. 8. A. T. lluford, fiom Nagasaki,
off port 9 p. in. '
X X X X X X X X X X X X X XXX
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Thursday, April 9.
Slmr. Noean. Mitchell, for Kukiil
haele and Houokiia, li p. in.
Slmr. Despatch, Kokerwllz, for Ma
kawell, r p. ni.
Am. schr. A. J. West, Ynrneberg, for
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Maru, for
San Francisco, midnight.
X X X X X X X X i: X lw' V. X X X X
It SAILING TODAY
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
U. S. A. T. lluford, for San Fran
cisco, C II. Ml.
Slmr. Claudlne, Dennett, for llltii
and Maul ports, 5 p. in.
A N X X X X X X X X & X X XXX
PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
X X X X X X M X X W X X X X 5C X
Per U. 8. A. T. lluford, from Oi
lent, April 10. F. W. Mansfield and
sister, Nat P Phlster and daughter,
.Miss Dell, Chns. II. Mulr. Geo. C. Saf
farens, wlfo and son. Miss Caroline.
Saffarans, P. K. Mnrquart and wife,
Thomas J Fealy, Joseph C Kay and
wlfo, Franklin I'. Jackson, Win. (!.
Uall, A. J. Ilooth, wlfo nnd three chil
dren, Mrs. Hoo and son, V. W. Ilooth,
wflo and two children, Clark Lynn,
C. II. Wright and wlfo, Geo. W. Kd
gerly, Chns. S. Caffery. L. U. Freden-'
dull, A. V. Williams. II. 8. Greenlent.
James Canby, Wm. II, Hurt, wlfo and
child, Win. 11, Cowln, wife nnd child,
K. M. Norton, wlfo nnd two children,
F. W. Mnnley, H. II. Orwlg and wlfo,
Mrs. T, Adams nml Infant, Mrs. J. H.
Humphrey, F. J Hnlcer, O. C. Kinney.
K. T. Comcgys. A. C. Wheeler, I). (i.
lllllman, T. W. Hlchnrds nnd wire,
Mrs. C. It. Muuger, Cecil Cosper and
wife. Win. Secrlst, .Mrs. Itethlnger.
Mrs. G. Leonard, D.ivlil Lovelund,
Meyer Scheer, Mrs. Kmma Weston, A.
B, Hoag, ltobert Haynes, wlfo and In
fant. Miss Lucy Grndyy, Jlrs. Jumea
Cnnby and child, Mrs. Cunningham.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Mini,
from Yokohama, April 9. For Hono
lulu: Mr. and Mrs. M. Komeyu nnd
children, Y. Oknda. For Pun F'nn
Cisco: Mrs. Win. II. Avery, Capt. II.
C. Hrown, Miss K. It. Canipb-.il nrH
mnld. It. II. Cheno, Mien Davison.
Miss M. Doughty, It. Falrnlo, Miss A.
Galrdnor, Dr. Georgo aurgelanz, Maj
or K. 8. Hall. P. Harvey, F. I). Healy,
II. Henneberger, Mrs. II. liennehei--ger,
II. T. Herrlck, J. llltotsuyanngl.
A. A. Hooper, K. KobayiiBhl, Mrs.
Leong Ng Sheo nml Infant, .Mrs. Leo
Moy, A. J. Meldnini, Wm. McCullagli,
I". K. McLean, Miss SI, M. McKoovcp.
Miss T. L. McKeover, J. T. Nlnomlyii,
niHlinp Oldbnui, Mrs. Okonogl, Sull).
vnn Padgltt, Henry D Page, J. 11.
Parker, Mrs. J. II. Parker. Lieut. H.
P. Peril!, U. S. N., Louis Kdwnrd Pope.
Capt. J. A. Prowse, Uupert Itomfry.
Illshop Hoblnson, T. Saunders, Mrs. T.
Saunders, Y. Slilma, M. Shlrnlshl, II.
St. Child, Mrs. II. St. Clair, W. A.
Tennant. Mrs, W. A. Tennant. MIkh
A. Townsend, Dr. II. C. Wilson, T.
Program for Saturday ami Sunday:
8 30 Address by Hov. J, P. Krdman.
9:00 Business Mstlon,
11:30 Pniinf. "Tim Plirluiln,, i,.
deavorer and tho Church." Presented
uy m. K. NnKiilnn beroro tho Hawaii
ons; K. Mneda befo'ro the Japanese;
nnd Ho Kwnl Tax before the Chinese.
1:30 p. m. Polyglot report, on tho
topic of tho morning Interpreted he
fore n Joint session or all nationalities.
2:30 Christian Endeavor business
7:00 Musical concert.
9:00 n. m. Heport of Sunday School
10:00 AddresH hv Hm, T n n,..i
u:00 p. m. Communion of tho
7:30 Christian P!ni1,mvn. ri.,n..n.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinu-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll lm,. u nn
in no time, and the price will be so
iow iimi you win wonder How we can
dO it. We'v rlmifl if l,n, ,',.,,,.. mn
we KNOW. ' '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
lung near AJapai,