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EVENING nCLLETm. HONOLULTJ, T. II., SATURDAY, APIl. 11, 1908.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Order
of the Temple.
Pacific Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Regular.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend meattngs ot local lodges
HAEMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets evory Monday evening at
7:80 In I. 0. O. F. Hall. Kort Btreet.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
DEN. 1'. VICKERS, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'luesday evonlng at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Uall, cor.
fort and Doretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYLE. CO.,
F. WALDRON, K.R.8.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Beretanla. Visiting brotueis
cordially Invited to attend.
A. 0. DEERINO. C.C..
JA8. W. WHITE, K.R.3.
HONOLULU L0DQE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61. D. P. O.
IC will meet In their hall on King
Dear Fort street every Friday even
ing. By order ot the B R.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:80 o clock in it. oi i: nan, cur.
Fort and Deretaula. Visiting broth-
ir cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C.,
K. A. JACOBSON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
T:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot eaeh month at Knights of
fythlan Hall. Vloltlng brothers cor
11ly Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Fine Fresh Milch
Cows For Sale
4000 areen Roollng Slate 10"xlU.
BOO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 2K-gaIlon Drum Commercial Eth
er, 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
jewelry is something which you'll be
wanting, either for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and see what we have to offer.
T" poo sre r"ht: so are the
prices. 17 we tmn'l 3o business 1Kb
fault won'i M tmn
W BOTANU HEAT B3HG?,71
iNl 1 UKJi
.. . u r
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretanla,
King; and Bethel Sts.
Here Is Where
The Merry Widow
Burns, Tans or
The lotion that will relieve
the unpleasant effects of a
day at the beach is
Sold by the bottle for fifty
Benson, Smith &
HOTEL AND PORT STREETS
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. PORT AND KING STB.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
JFROMNEW YORK and PARIS
"'"' Prettiest at
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg,
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jons by the
i Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Beretanla at
Phone 149 1.
LOCAL ANB GENERAL
The Best Bulletin Want Advertis
ers this month will secure the best
tenants for the coming year.
A clean City means health.
Panama hats cleaned at the Globe.
Parasol nlo nt Whitney & tarBh"s
Call at the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for a
H. P. Baldwin was a caller on tho
Governor this morning.
Photos of yncht "Hawaii" touching
ou salo by R. W. Perkins.
Putnam Health Pills mako rich
blood: EOc. a package. Trr them.
HoukI Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Mc-
Leod, for the pleasantest auto ride
I.el Aloha Chapter No. 3, O, B. 8.,
will meet In Masonic Temple at 7:30
William McKlnley Lodge No. 8, K.
of P., will meet In K. ot P. hall at 7 30
Peopu In Knknako report that for
mer residents of Iwllol nro moving In
to tliclr district.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawallau Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
Tho Soasldu cottages aro doltghtful
In the summer time. Engage a cot
tage now for the season.
To enjoy tho best rtdo In an auto 111
Honolulu ring up 390 for Jim Qulnn's
new seven-seated peerless.
Try tho beer at tne Hoffman. Kv
ury glass Just as cold as It should be
and as snappy as can bo desired.
Tho caso of W, C. Peacock vs. A. J
Campbell i't a!., wns continued this
morning until Thursday April 1G.
RoadworkerB aro making necessary
repairs to tho upper portion of Mili
tant street, adjoining tho Opera House.
Tho Supremo Court adjourned this
morning slnu die. Tho new term be
gins Monday when tho Oram! Jury
will be In session.
Worn Is giving exceptional values
In ladles' skirts. In lawn, lisle, nnd
duck, and In silk and lisle gloves.
New veilings nnd rucblngs.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.: Phone 143.
In the divorce caso of Annie K. Con
rnde vs. Joseph 10. Conradt, Judge
Lindsay appointed F. Melchors of
Kobo ns tho agent to serve papers on
To see the best autos In town anil
to havo your repairing properly and
thoroughly done, you should go to thu
Associated Gnrago, Merchant street.
Tax Assessor Dunno ot I.nhalna,
Maul, was one of the Incoming pas
sengers on the steamer Manna Kca
which docked Bliortly after 7 o'clock
The Hart. Schaffner & Marx rain
coat Is what you warn. It's a long,
loose, dressy overcoat that sheds
water. You can wear It, rain or shine.
You get It at Sltva's Toggery.
Work on tho new building, for tho
Japanese bank, on the corner of Doth
ol and Merchant streets, lias been sus
pended on account of non-arrival of
The Edison phonograph Is tho high
est In quality of, any first class pho
nograph, and costs least. It's smooth
running and there's no rasping sound,
Tlin Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Tenders for tho building around
Sorenson's wharf will bo received by
Superintendent' of Public Works
Campbell soon. He also reports that
the work on the new school Is going
along In the best manner possible.
An answer has been filed In the di
vorce case of Helen Kelsey vs. Henry
Kelsey by defendant admitting
charges ot desertion and non-support
and consenting to tho court's taking
Judge De Bolt has entered an order
of default and Judgment In tho case
of Christina Lopes vs. Manuel llranco
for 1339.80, this being principal, inter
est and costs on a promissory note fbi
The Daluty Rug has made a great
hit among tho fashlonablo houscB of
Honolulu and have been in groat de
mand. J. Hopp & Co. have Just re
ceived a new shipment of these goods
from New York.
Supervisor Dwlght and Road Super
visor Johnson nre combined In oxtons
Ivo road work In Kewalo, along Hani
wal, Cummins and Walmanu Btrects.
This district Is now receiving much
A gentlo looking brood marc, called
"Kate" by her owner, was sold this
noon, under the hammer. In front ot
the Police Station, to CharleB Bolllua.
Tho mare has a history, in a way, sho
haying been onco stolen by the col
ored horse-thlof, Joe Everett, whom
a Jury found guilty and Judgo Lindsay
sentenced to five years' Imprisonment.
A petition Is being circulated by
the Hawallans to have C. Tracy ap
pointed ns the net president of tho
Board ot Health. This petition will
bo presented to tho Governor either
tills afternoon or Monday morning.
The strange part of tho petition lies
In the fact that only puro Hawallanfl
aru allowed to sign tho petition and
tho man whom they wish to succeed
THE OTHER WAY
"Of course," remarked Staylate,
"some things go without saying."
"Yes," rejoined Miss Wearyun, ns
sho glanced at the clock and tried to
stranglo a yawn, "and some others
say without going."
A Most Excellent Assortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
The Wireless Telegraph Company
Is making the final arrangements for
tho establishment of Its long-distance
station nt Knhukii on the other side
of this Island.
The station will be erected ai:
soon as possible und the only thing
yot to be decided Is whether tin',
company will use the telephone com
pany's wire Into town or erect an In
dependent line of Its own. It Is pro
bnble that the llarbcr'R Point station
will be maintained for tho Inter-Island
service and the Knhuku station
used almost entirely for long-dls-tance
ALL FOR PINKHAM.
f "Tlicro Is ono thing wo nro all -f
f united on," unlit E. K. Richards
of Hllo this morning, "llllo Is
f for Pinklinm. We nro all for
Plnkham and we nro all glad to f
seo tho good licks tho B u 1 1 e- -f
f tin Is putting In for him. Pink-
f hnw should be reappointed."
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, April 7.
8 AN FRANCISCO Arrived April :
Am. bk. It. P. ltlthet. bunco Mar. 24
Am. schr. Jas. Rolph, from Kannu
patl. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 7:
S. S. ABla, for Honolulu.
VANCOUVER Arrived April 7:
S. S. Marama, hence March 31.
IIII.O Sailed, April G.
Am. Bp. Astral ( for Delawno Break
water. ICAANAPALI Arrived April 4:
S. S. Columbian, from Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 8.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 8:
O. S. S. Alameda, henco April 1.
SAN DIEGO Arrived, April 8:
A.-II, S. 8. Alaskan, from Sallna
KAHULUI Sailed April 7:
S. S. Columbian, for Hllo.
MAKAWELI Balled April 7.
Chehalts, for Astoria
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 8:
S, S. Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
Thursday, April 9.
SAN DIEGO Balled April 8:
A.-H. S. S. AlaBkan, tor Ban Fran
cisco. KAHULUI Sailed April 8.
Am. sp. Atlas, for Delaware Break
wuter. Friday, April 10.
OAVIOTA Sailed April 8.
Am. sp. Kails of Clyde, for Honolulu.
GRAYS IIARI10R Sailed April 9:
Am. bk. S. C. Allen, for Honolulu.
HONOIPU Sailed April 9:
Am. kchr. Defender, for San Fran
cisco. Friday, Marcn 27,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 27:
S. S. Enterprise, from Hllo Mar. 17.
Am. bk. Geo. Curtis, henco Mar 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Mur. 27:
Am. schr. II, C. Wright, for Mahu
komi. YOKOHAMA Arrived March 27:
P. M. S. S. Siberia, henco Mar. 1C.
Saturday, Marcn 28.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived March 27:
A.-H. S. S. Texan, from Hllo, March
SA NFRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 27:
Br S. S, Aslu, henco March 21.
VANCOUVER Sailed March 27:
Ilr. S. B. Moana, for Honolulu,
HONOIPU Sailed March 28:
Am. schr. Muriel, for San Fran
cisco, Monday, March 30.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlved Men. 29:
A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan, hence March
GRAY'S HARBOR Arrlvod Mch. 28:
Am. bktne. Hawaii, from Makawell,
ABERDEEN Arrived March 29:
Am. sclir. Manila, henco March 11.
MAHUKONA Sailed, March 27:
Am, bk. Mohican, tor San Francisco.
MAKAWELI Arrived March 29:
Am. bktne. Chohalls. from Kahulul.
Wednesday, April 1.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 1:
S. B. Hllonlan, hence March 24.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 1:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, for Hono
lulu. SEATTLE Arrived April 1:
Am. Bchr. Alice Cooko, hence Mch. 3.
HONOIPU Arrived April 1:
Am. schr. Defender, from San Fran
Tuesday, March 31.
GRAYS HARBOR Arrived Mnrch 30:
Echr. C. A, Thayer, henco March 8
BREMEN Salledg March 27:
Alexander Inenberg, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed March 31:
Hongkong Maru, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailer-. Mtic'i 31.
Nippon Maru, for' Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed Maich SI.
Arlzouan, for Honolulu.
Saturday, April 11.
BAN FRANCISCO-Arrlved April 10:
S. S. AlaBkan, from San Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 11:
S. S. Alameda for Honolulu.
IIII.O Arrived April 7:
Am. bchr Borealls, from Everott,
YOKOHAMA Arrived April 10:
, S. Manchuria, hence March 30.
I'PRT HARFORD Arrived April 10:
S, S. Santa Maria, from Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived April 9:
S. S. Virginian, from Hllo, March 25.
GAVIOTA Balled April 11:
Sp C. E. Chllcott, for Honolulu.
aaaf Fine Job Printing at the BuV
When tho battleship fleet arrives nl
San Francisco, Rear Admiral Robley
D. Evans, commander-in-chief, will re
tire from his command of the lleef
after the lovlcw by Becretary Metratf
ou May 8th. Ho will then turn the
fleet over to Rear Admiral Charles M
Thomas, now commanding the Second
Squadron, who will remain In com
tnninl until July C, when Rcnr Admit
al Charles S, Sperry will take tho l.i
tleshlps on their 23,000-mllc cruise lij
way of Australia, the Philippines uuJ
Buez. In vlow of the letlrcnicna i
Rear Admiral Evans on August IS I
Emory on December 17, nnd Thorn u
on October 1, 1908, it Is expected that
their respective commands will be as
signed to Captains Sea'on Sclroedcr
of the Virginia; Richer I Walu.vrUlit,
ot the Louisiana, and William P. Put
tcr, of tho Vermont. Theso ofllcers
will be promoted to t grado of rear
admiral. Tho command of Rear Ad
miral Thomas will be only until thu
fleet leaves on. Its homeward cruise,
July C. Admiral Evans, upon leaving
the fleet, will bo granted Icavo to thu
datu of his retirement, August 18. Thu
announcement that Admiral Sperry
will bring thu fleet homo Is In accord
ance with tho original plans of tho
President. On May C tho Atlantic
fleet will bo Joined at San Francisco
by tho Pacific fleet, under the com
mand of Ronr Admiral James II. Day
ton, and for two days Rear Admiral
Evans will command the two lilg
fleets. Whon Admiral Evans' flag
comes down the Pacific fleet will Im
mediately be commanded by Admiral
Thomas. On July G, as tho fleet gbts
sail for Honolulu, on Its way to Aus
tralia, Manila, Suez and home, Adinlr
nl Thomas will haul down his flag und
Real Admiral Sperry becomes cho
The Mnunu Ken arrived early this
morning from her regular ports of
call. She brought along a number ot
prominent politician nnd sugar mag
natoB. Among tho former were ex
Speaker llolstelu of the House of Rep
resentatives, Rev. S. Desha, C. E.
Wright of Hawaii and W. T. Robin
kon of Walluku. II. M. Renter of Ha
mi, Deputy Sheriff Lindsay and Wal-
unlolo of l.ahalna. Among tho sugar
magnates were H. P. Baldwin nnd L.
Tlarkhausen of Maul and R. M. Isen
berg of T. Cllo Davlcs of this city,
During her trip up, whlen she Balled
along with the Manna lin, tho Man
na Ken, although sho left hero after
Iho Mauna Loa did, arrived at l.ahal
na one hour ahead of the Mauna Loa.
BRINGS YACHT'8 MAST8.
Masts for the yacht Hawaii arrived
by the Nebraskan this morning and
already the yacht enthusiasts nre
rushing to boo them. They nre from
New York and certainly look as If
they can bo depended upon to Bfinil
the gales which may blow during the
THE STEAMSHIP NEI1RASKAN.
Captain Knight, arrived this morning,
ufter a passage of eight days from
Ban Francisco. Sho brought 1350
tons of freight for the Inlands with
no passengers aboard. Sho docked at
the Kwa American-Hawaiian wharf,
where she is discharging portloiiB of
tier cargo. Sho sallB for Kahulul eith
er tonight or tomorrow afternoon, and
will return hero preparatory to Ball
ing for San Francisco, which will bo
on tho 18th inut.
THE AUXILIARY schooner Flail
renco Ward of the cnblo company, in
command of Capt, Pllytz, will leavo
for Midway Island on Monday, the
13th lust. She takes supplies for tho
employes of the cable office there and
will not prolong her cruise.
THE UNITED STATES Army
transport Buford, which sailed for San
Francisco at 5 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon had aboard her as ono of her
passengers. Chief of Detectives A. P.
Taylor. Ho Is on his way to thu main
land to consult about police uffulrs.
THE SHIP KATHEitlNE arrived at
Hllo last Monday afternoon with u
general cargo for that p'irt Sho lu.ulo
Hllo In eleven days from San I'liiu
claco. She was dlscha'guig when the
Mauna Kca lull.
THE COLUMBIAN which has been
discharging at Hllo, leaves there to
night with a cargo of Island products,
tapr BULLETIN AD8. PAY -rsfjM
DON'T YOU EE ?
Don't you see as well as
you used tot Are you con
tent to "let it go at thatl"
No? Well, then, call on
A. N. SANFORD.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
' SA1NC3 CHAIV,
r. 0. Bos 061. Telephone 931.
C STOMACH O
If you nro looking for a
medicine that has thoroughly
proven Its ability to cure, get
a bottle of the Bitten. For
54 years it has been curing
Headache, Heartburn, Insom
nia, Indigestion, Liver Troub
les, Costiveness, Biliousness,
and Malaria, Fever and Ague.
LOS ANGELES, Cnl., April 1. It
was the shadow ot a physical man
that was lifted In an arm-chair by
two stalwart Kcamcn and carried
ashore at Sun Dlcgo today, but it
was the commander of the greatest
armada that sailed the scub, Admiral
Robley I). Evans.
From under the derby hat showed
a face, hollow cheeked, lined with
marks of suffering nnd surrounded
by prematurely whitened linlr.
The thin hands trembled us they
left the support of the chair arms,
the lleuli quivered as Its tenderness
came In contact with tiny hardened
object; the hnnds hung limp; but
from the clear gray eyes shone the
same Indomitable spirit that hus
marked the forty-five years of Evans'
naval life, nnd when ho said:
"I'm taking Bhore leave: I shall
return to my Fleet," the set of the
square Jaw nnd the Hash ot the eye
forbade n negative.
Defies Great Reaper
it urn use in answering HvnnBi lie
has defied the great reaper more than
once, and successfully, and lie fears
him not now.
Thero wcro no "Hb" nnd "buts"
as In tho typewritten stntcment,
when nflcr ho was settled In the pri
vate car ho said: "I hIiiiII be buck
hero to Join my ofllcers,"
(II oEIIVICE im
With worried furrows creasing their
brows and uvery now and then cast
ing anxious glanceB toward tho inner
looms, three applicants for tho posi
tion of Deputy Collector of Internal
Rovenue this morning worked for sev
eral hours over tho examination
blanks. Tho trio who were being ex
amined were Walter Doyle, who has
been balding tho place temporarily,
James J. Crockett and Walter V.
Kalb. Tho examination started at 9
o'clock this morning, und the appli
cants are allowed 11 vo hours In which
to complete their papers. Examiner
Short had charge of tho proceedings.
Tho results will not bo announced
until next week some tlmo, for tho
pnpers hato to be checked up by
three members of tho United States
Civil Servlco Board.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered far Record April 10, 1008,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Est of Chun Afong by admr to Bish
op & Co AM
S M Damon Tr to Bishop & Co... AM
Emlllo Macfarlano and hsb to Alex
ander Young , 1)
Est of 11 P Bishop by Trs to Jarcd
O Smith I
Kum Chan to Kancohu Rico Mill Co
Est of Chun Afong by admr to Gas
par Sllva , AM
F M McGrow and wf to E S Mc-
Entered for Record April 11, 1903,
from 9 a. m. to 1030 a. m.,'
Kuamoo and hsb to Solomon Lalej
Joso L Mendonca and wf to llama
no MasuJIro ' I)
Willis J Holmes and wf to E N
P J Holmes to E N Holmes D
J Kolllpuleolo and wf to E N
Holmes . . M
A Lldgato to Joshua Wulohlnu ami
John l'alkaka and wf to J Giucla . ,f.i
Western & Hawn Invst Co Ltd to P
Sllva Par Rol
Mro. Suburb (ut tho theater): I
thought this was supposed to be a
Suburb: And so It Is, my dear.
Mrs. Suburb: But it Isn't. Six
months Is supposed to elapse between
tho first and second acts.
Suburb: Well, what of it?
Mrs. Suburb :Whnt of It? Why,
they still have the same cook.
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FIrBt quarter ofthe moon Apr. 8.
Hawaiian standard tlmo is 10 hours
30 minutes alowor than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian ot 157
iegrees 30 minutes. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same
as Grconnlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon are for local tlmo for the
X JC 35 3C 3$ M .5 M H K M 3C K H Bl H
ii ARRIVED M
Friday, April 10.
Stmr. Maul, Bruhn, from Kukatau.
Saturday, April 11.
S. S. Nebraskan, Knight, from Ban
Francisco, 7 a. in.
Stmr, Muunl Ken, Freeman, from
Lahatnn, 7:30 a. in.
K a 39 U SI ft K X M St H M M K
K 3C X K5C K Jt X 3C M JJ K M ft X )
Friday, April 10..
U. S. A. T. Buford. Hall, for San
Francisco, C p. m.
Stmr. Claudliio, Bennett, for Hllo
nnd Maul ports.
TO SAIL MONDAY M
Ward. Plltz, for
Midway, a in.
ft N K It 5( X II l It M M K K i K rt
K DUE TOMORROW .
K 50 5 X K M K H J K M K H 31 N
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
Stmr. hvalanl, from Molokal and
U. S A. T. Sherman, from Sun
14 PASSENGERS ARRIVED X
Per S. S. Mauna Kea, from Hllo and
way ports, April 11. A. J. Wall, J. A.
Dewar, Mrs. I). Whitney, Mrs. Oeo.
Owens, J. J, McLaughlin, Mrs. J. J.
McLaughlin, II. Holt. Miss M. Q. Kim
ball, Rev. S. L. Desha, C. E. Wright,
G. F. Mayer, W. L. Stanley, Dr. O. L.
Stow, W. Wider, E. E. Richards, Miss
Freeman, Mrs. A. C. Freeman, K. Ta
ketn, Airs Y, Eguchl, Mrs. T. Susu
maga. Master T. SuBiimaga, P. A.
Kim, A. J. Williamson, M. Campbell,
W. J. Dyer. Master Curtis, Mrs. A. G.
Curtis, Miss E, Rouse, C. Wulters, A.
M. Cabrlnha, Miss M. Brodrlck, Mrs.
E. C. Brodrlck and infant, F. N. Booth,
T. C. Davlcs, C. Ah Cheo, Mrs. T. S.
Kay, II. L. HoUtcln, Mrs. II. L. Hoi
stein, D. II. Maconachlo, W. A. Wall,
J. P. Bluett, A. Mason, T. W. Grclg.
D. L. Kualkuole. Frank It. Wight,
Oeo. .Tulloch, II. II. Renton, R. P. Rob
inson, Miss M. Ahrcns, Mrs, Buffet, J.
M. Kuhii, S. M. Nawahl, O. II. Akau.
C. Hanson, W. T. Robinson, W. Ewa
llko. J. Enimersloy. J. H. Cramer, T.
T. Meyer, II. P. Baldwin, W. F. Wll
son. A. Botts, A. J. Mcl.eod, A. Gomes,
W. Kearns, D. B. Murdoch. E. S. Bar
ry, W. E. Bal, Airs. W. E. Hal, Miss E.
Bal, Jno. Vasconcellas, Rev. Jno. Nua,
Rov. Jno. Kallno, M. II. Reuter, S. M
Kanakanul, S. B, .Fujiyama. Geo. II.
Dunn, Mrs. A. FreltaB mid Infant, Mrs.
E. Cockett, Miss A. Cockett, G. II.
Brown, L. Barkhauson, It. M. Iseu
bcrg, Miss A. O. MacDonald, Miss A.
Glbb, E. Wulaholo, Mrs. Walaholo anil
Infant, C. R. Llndsoy.
Por stmr. Clatidlno, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, April 10, B p. m. C. C.
Campbell, F. T. Waterhouse, Miss
Ha'dley, H. Hanna. W. K. Esplnda.
Lucy Knuknii, Mrs. George Mallna,
Miss K. Enuesley, Mrs. Sackowltz, G.
Horton, G. W. Carr, T. Akl, A. Kla, H.
M. Glttel, Mrs. Rose Kaknula, Mrs. U
Kekouelanl, F. Hepburn, N. Thurson,
Miss Alice Hendry, Mrs. II. W. Hen
dry, M. S. Jardln, C. It. Dement, Young
Kat Hlng nnd wife, J, P. Knplha,
Chung Chung, Hop Hlng.
Por U. 8. A. T. Buford. for San
Francisco, April 10. A. P. Taylor, T.
II. Fllmer, Mrs. Fllmer
AS IT SHOULDN'T BE
"No," remarked tho man who
Boomed to be talking to himself, "It
"What Isn't right?" queried tho
party who had overheard tho re
mark. "The wasting of so much money
on rake frostlngs nt a wedding, con
sidering the future unceasing appe
tites ot tho happy couple for plain
broad," explained tho noisy thinker.
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,
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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