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EVENINfl I1M.LBTIN, HONOLULU, T H, MONDAY, APRIL 13, lflOS
Pacific Staled Third Decjree
Oceanic First Degree.
Rose Croix Ceremony of the
Lights 7 30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
J:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Tort Stioel.
n. It. HKNUKY, Secretary
HEN. 1 VICICEKS, N. U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I0D0E, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'luesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, cot.
Fort and Hcretanlr.. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. h. LYLK, CO.,
F. WALDRON', ic.u.a.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner KorjN
and Ueretanla. Visiting brothem
cordially invited to attend.
A. 0. DL'KRINO, C.Ci
J A3. W. WHITE, K.U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, U. P. O.
B will meet In their hall on King
Dear Fort slreot every I'rlday evening-
Uy order of tho E It.
HENKY C. i:STON.
WM. II. MclNDRNY, H. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening .it
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Port and Ueretanla. Visiting broth
tra cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FRAZEE, CO.,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F.' 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, V., Trcst.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs'
lays of each month at Knights nt
Fythlan Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachom.
A. E. MURPHY. C. of R.
Fine Fresh Milch
Cows For Sale
4000 (Irccn Roofing Slnto 10"xlC.
fiOO One and Two 1'ioiig Iron Fenco
1 2!i-gnllon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cnstlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Fhonc 211.
jewelry is something which you'll be
' wanting:, cither for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store acl Bee what we havb to offer.
The goods are rigM; so are the
Tirircs. If we can't do business the
fanlt won't be ours.
1C1S KUUANU NEAR KING.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
-. Reasonable Prices.
SEE- OUR DISPLAY.
Emma $.. near Beretanla.
i Folding Carts
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 FORT STREETS
' TRY SOME
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
AOGNTB F O It
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS ahd RUNABOUTS.
MERCHANT ST. -
FR0M NEW YORK and PARIS
t v , .
MISS POWER'S Bostat Bldg.
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Hono by the
v 1th their new FRENCH dry cleaning
Z58 Et'retanla St, Phono 1491.
kiuai.w hs.im-i . '.tjii tMntt't-aterrrii ntf , f
LOCAL AND 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 tho Globe.
Call nt (bo 1) ti 1 1 o 1 1 n nfllce for a
Photos of yacht "Hawaii" touching
on talc by 11. W. Perkins.
Putnam Health Pills mnko rich
blood: EOc. a package Try them.
The U6.ini Of SilporvlHors will meet
In regular session tomorrow night.
Honk' Honkl Call 1111, J. A. Mc
I.rod, for tho plonsantcst auto ride.
Huo ou men the values In Ladles'
gloves and BklrtB nt Mom's thLi
There will bo a rehearsal nf "The
Mascot" tonight In thu Opera House
nt 7 30 sharp.
Tako your carrlago or automobllu
to Hawaiian Carrlago Mnnfy. Co, (or
up to-data repairs.
llniinony Uidgo No. 3, I O. 0. I,
will meet In Odd Fellows' Hull this
evening nt 7 '30
Tho Marino Hnglnccrs' llciieflclnl
Association will meet In K. of P. Hall
this evening nt 7 30.
Tho Soffliidu cottages nro delightful
In tho summer time. Engage a cot
tage now for tho season.
To enjoy the bent rldo In an nuto In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qulnu'i
new seven sented FccrlcBS.
Jntccl Smltji tins leased 215 acres of
uinit in uonn irom mo iiisuop i;sinie
en which ho will raise tobacco.
Try tho beer at tin) Hoffman. Kv
vi y glass Just us cold as It should bo
and as snappy ns can bu delrud.
Mis. W. Werner, wife of Judgo Wei
Her of Ilanalei, ii.ih been sulTcrlng
tinder n serious attack of grippe for
thu last two weeks
Mrs Charles Werner of Australia
nu hod on tho S. S Mnrama for a
three months' visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Jnred (i. Smith.
Tom tulnti has gono Into tho auto
hack business with a fine four-passenger
Ilulck and Is prepared to furnish
tho best possible service. Phouu 3G1.
Judgu Cbas. Dole Is trying thu bu
colic pleasures of Ilanalei ns n coun
ter Irritant for tho strenuous judlclnl
duties of I.llinue. Harden Island.
Coat your lion rods with "Arabic"
Yo.i will bo surprised at Its online
und preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
If your cash register docs not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Tho Whlto Family notary (lock and
chain stitch) Is the best sowing ma
chine in tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1206, Fort strcot. Phono 488.'
Pacinc l.bdgo No. 822, A. F. and A.
M., will meet In Miiwinlo Templu nt
7:30 this opening for thu transaction
of business and work lu tho third de-
Thu Oubu Association has passed a
CKolution endorsing tho closing of
lwllel and pledging Us supiiort to tho
Sheriff In his work of law enforce
This Is Easter week nt Sachs" big
Store, and ho lias many special Easter
attractions on display, anil a special
sale of Easter neckwear at reduced
Illshup Rcstarlck has Issued an a
peal to his congregation asking for
?8,G0O to pay tho debt Incurred In
building tho new addition to tho Ca
thedral. Tho Alfred Ilcnjamlii custom niadu
spring clothes at Thu Knsh Co., Ltd.,
uro tmulo right from tho right ma
torlul That's why they tiro swell, and
dressy, and popular.
(J. Q. Ilradfonl, tho rubber man. Is
elated over tho results of his experi
mental tupping of tho Ceara giovu
nt I.lhiio. Ho thinks that the trees
will average llvo pounds or moru pur
jear. uarcieu ihiiiwi.
Tho Majestic Music Co. will open
nt the Orpheum commencing tomor
row u ruing. Matinees 2:30 p. in ;
ovenlngs I! 30, with upto-Jntu moving
pictures and illustrated songs. Ad
mission 10c; children, 5c
Since tho death of Rov. Kanolio tho
Walmca, Kauul, iiutlvu rhuicli has
been without n regularly appointed
minister A petition Is now In circu
lation In (ho district praviiig tho con
vention to nrdnln Hon. .1. Akinn.
Customs Inspector Albert Mitchell
caught Eric Mattsou, a deck luu'iil on
the transport Dlx, Just ns lio was
boarding tho big United States can
rler Saturday night, with u thousand
or moru Manila cigars In his posses
sion, took him In custody and placed
him in thu pnllco station. Ho wus held
at thu station under nn investigating
One of our citizens who had to
undergo a slight opeiation in thu
cheek tho other day was ourheard to
ask Dr. Puliunn not to put gold tin end
In tho stitches. Tho tax assessor
would ha sure to hear about his In
creased value, anil ho thought ho paid
iiioio than enough In taxes without
ncurrlPho danger of ra.su.-Ga,
In n lotter Id P. F. Ryan, Admiral
Thomas, now In conuuniid of tho Pa
cific fleet, states that ho would leave
tho fleet In May and theiuforu will not
coma to Honolulu, Thomas und Rynn
weie shipmates aboard tho old Irlgato
Hartfoid In 1884 tho former being
then executive oincur of tho Hartford,
while Ryan was coxswain of Admiral
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST, PHONE C25.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, April 1.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrled April 1:
S, H. Hllonlnn, hence Maich 24.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallod April 1:
Am bk. Andrew Welch, for Hono
SKATTI.i: Arrlvpd April 1:
Am. Bchr. Alice Cooke, henco Mch. 3.
HONOIPU Arrived April 1:
Am. schr. Defender, fiom Sail Fran
Thurseay, April 2.
BAMNA CRUZ Sailed March 31:
A.-H. 8. 8. Alaskan, for San Diego.
KAANAPALl Balled March 31: (
Am. Bchr. Puako, for San Frnnclsccj.
MAI.LENDO Sailed April 1:
8. O. Wilder, for Honolulu.
S S. CAN ANAS, from Havre, for Ho
nolulu vln Orient, Is ashnro near
Friday, April 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrive! April 3:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, hence March
YOKOHAMA Arrived April 3:
P. M. S. S. China, henco March 23.
1III.O Sailed March 2'J:
Am. bk. Anulo Johnson, for 8nn
II1I.O Arrived March 31:
Am schr. W. II. Mnrslon, fiom Sun
Saturday, April 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Hulled April 3:
A.-H. S. S. Nohrasknn, for Honolulu.
Monday, April 6.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled April 4:
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, for Seattle.
Am. 8. S. Enturprlho for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April G:
U. S. A. T. Sherman, for Honolulu
I:UIH:KA Arrlvod April 5
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, henco
OAVIOTA Arrived April 5
Am. Bp. Falls of Clvde, bunco March
Am. sp. M. II Chllrott. henco March
Tuesday, April 7.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April fi.
Am bk. It. P. Illthct. henco Mnr. 24
Am. schr., Jus. Rolph, from Knana
pall. SAN FRANCISCO Hailed Apill 7:
S. S. Asia, for Honolulu
VANCOUVER Arrived April 7:
8. S. Marama,h(ncp .March 31J
HILG' Sailed, April 6
Amlsp. Astral ( for Delaware iirenK
KAAN'APAI.Y-'-Arrlved April 4-
8 S. Columbian, from Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 8. '
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 8:
O. S. 8 Alameda, henco April l.
SAN DIHOO Arrl.ed. April 8:
A.-H. 8. ii. AHskan. from SallliU
KAHUI.iri Sallod' Apill 7:
S. S. CAIiiiillilall, for Hllo.
MAKAWKLl-r-Salled April 7
CbehallH, for ABtorla.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 8:
8. . HIlonlHii, for Honolulu.
Thursday, April 9.
SAN DIHOO-Sailed' April 8:
A.-H. S. S. Alaskan, for San Finn
KAHIM.UI Sailed April S.
Am. sp Atlas, for Delaware llrenk
Water. Friday April 10.
OAVIOTA Sailed April 8
Am si Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
GRAYS HAHHOIt Sailed Apill 0:
Am bk S t Allen, for Honolulu.
HONOIPl' Sailed April 3:
Am schr Defender, for San Finn
elsco. Saturday, April 11.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlvod April 10:
S. S. Alaskan, from San Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Sail il April 11:
S S. Alameda for Honolulu.
IIII.O Arrlvul April 7:
Am. schr lloienlls, fiom Kverett.
YOKOHAMA-Airlvod April 111:
8. Mnnchmli, henco Mutch 30.
PORT HARFORD Arrived April 10:
S. S Snntn Maria, from Honolulu.
SAUNA CIIUZ Arrived A'prll 0:
S. 8. Virginian, from Hllo, March 23,
flAVIOTA Sailed April 11:
Sp C. H. Ohllcott, for Honolulu.
Monday, April 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 12:
S. S. Ni'vadan. from Honolulu.
U. S. C Alexander, from Honolulu.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 12:
Am. Iik. Oeo Curtis, for Honolulu.
Am. bk (I C Tobey, for Honolulu.
KAHUI.UI Arrived April 13:
S. S, Nobrnskan, from Honolulu.
1111,0 Sailed April 11:
8. 8. Columbian, for Sallna Cruz.
Dr. H. V Wilcox, A. II., A. M.. Ph.
' "' 'V DeVrln et t
I)., of tho olllce of Kxporlnient Sin-
to succeed Jnred (1. Smith as Director
Jn Charge of tho Hawaii Kxperliuenl
Station Ho will arrive hero from
Washington about Juno 15 to take
charge of tho work bore.
BATTERY SITE WILL
BE FILLED IN SOON
Thu battoiy slto In Honolulu will
booh boconio a reality, for everything
has been gotten icady for tho begin
ning of work on the WulMlsl sldo
of tho Honolulu harbor. Tho dredg
er which has boon .working on that
sldo of the haibor for some time bus
filled In tho Bpace on the outside of
tho Myrtlo Iioat Club to a consider
able degico, but from now on all tho
dirt and boll that Is raised from tho
bottom of the harbor will ho dumped
hero. Tho stone to be used us the
facing of tho wall will bo brought
from Walanao by the railroad company.
DONT YOU SEE ?,
Don't you sec as well as
you used to ? Are you con
tent to "let it go at thatl"
No? Well, then, call on
A. N, SANFORD. '
OPTICIAN, BPSTON BUILDING.
ii WATERFRONT NOTES
tt 305 511 K M 31 U M X K X it 3C X "f
Tho steamship Asia vis trpoitol
off Koko Head tit 1'45 ilorK . ill
tvrnoon. She will corn, uto the hu
bor nt 3 o'clock, resuming her vojngo
at midnight for tho C .'iitnl polls.
FROM THE SOUND. -Tho
next Amerlcaii-llnwallun stenni
ship to leave thu Sound for Honolulu
will bo tho Mexican, Bulling April If.
Tho next to leavo San Francisco for
Honolulu will bo thu Nuvfldau, sail
lug April 17.
Thu steamer Alameda nf thu Oce
anic Steamship Co., will nrrlvu heio
next Friday morning. Sho left 8 m
Francisco Inst Sunday mid will sail
again on April 22, two days ahead of
The ship Ilangalore, out 171 dfys
from Norfolk for Honolulu, has bten
put on tho ovunluu list, with rein
surancu ut ten pur cent.
CAPTAIN Sni-F of tlm steamer
Iwaliiul brought his ship lu thu bin
bor jcstvuUy morning ut 3:50 o'cloc.t
from Moloknl, having nboanl her sev
en cabin and ten deck passengers. Her
freight consisted ot a hull, a dump
cart. a. buiidlo of hides, n crntu of pigs,
a crank shaft, two bundles nf hides,
two bags tnro, thrco buudlus laiiholn,
lour packages coin, eight bags cocoa
nuts, 10 boxes chlekeiiB, 11 bigs corn,
1G boxes eggs, 20 head cattle, 25
dressed slicep. 37 piss, a lot of fire
wood, 1075 bags sugar nml 33 pack
ages sundries. The sugar was shipped
by Olownlu plantation to V. G. Irwin
. Co.: thu cattlu were from thu Molo
knl Ranch and for tho Metropolitan'
Moat Co., as were also thu dressed
TIIF, SPLENDID MATSON bark
Androav Welch, Captain 11 W Kelly
Ktirprlsed tho waterfront people job
lerday morning when bIiu arrived In
ten days, seventeen hours nml foity
flvo minutes from San Francisco biu'
to Diamond Head. Shu docked at tho
Illshop wharf nt 10:30 o'clock. Cap
tain Kelly kept tho Andrew Welch
Just about on thu regular steamer line.
At noon on Satiiiday tho Welch wus
182 miles nlT port and sho was off
Diamond Head yesterday nt break
fast time. Tho passengers vvoio Mr
and Mrs. Lewis ami their son and
daughter. She hi ought 1100 tons nl
cargo for Ibis port.
AT 0:03 O'CLOCK joBtcrilny morn
ing, tho steamer Nllhuii. dipt tlness,
camu Into port with 0130 bags or sm;
nr. 33 head of cattle and 30 calves.
IlolTi nn her oiitwiud nnd Inward trips
shu encountered he.ivj seas
FROM KAUAI tho steamer W. (1.
Hull. Cant Thompson, arrived lit 4 '.17
o'clock vesterilay forenoon. Shu had
Chelsea's Terrible Fire
HOSTON, Mass., April 12 Tho mamifiKtiirliig district, tho tene
ment section nnd the lctnll section of the city of Chelsea, near lieie, were
wiped out tod.ty by fire. A square mile of the city was Included lu tho
destroyed nren, and the property lo3.s will amount to ten million dollars.
Tliero ale ten thousand people lioiuelehs' ns u lesult of the (oiillngrn
lion, four peisoiiB arc known to have lost their lives, und the number of
Injuicd amounts to at least llfty.
At tho tlmo the (lie broke out u galu was blowing, and tho Unities
Bwcpt rapidly across tho city. Thirteen churches, two hospitals, tho
public library, tho, city hull, Uvo schools, mid llvu bundled prtvuto
dwellings und other public buildings mo destroyed.
The militia has been called nut to guiud property and piovcnt loot
ing. Chelsea Is n city of forty thousand Inhabitants, mid Is piuctlcally
a suburb nf Iloston.
NEW BRITISH CABINET
LONHON, Hnglnnd, April 12. Tho poisonnel of tho new Cabinet,
choM'ii by Premier Asqulth, has been announced. Asqulth will hold tho
portfolio of First Lmd of the Ticasiity himself, ns did C.impbtil-llmiiiur-mint.
David l.lovd Gcoigo Is rnlsod from Piesldcnt of the llo.wd of
Ttiido to bo Climicollor of tho Kxcheeiuer, Winston Churchill being tak
en Into tho Cabinet lis President or tho llo.ud or Ti.ulo lu Ills place. Tho
other new member of tho Cabinet will bu Walter lliiuctuu, who Is slated
as Piesldcnt ot tho Iloaid of Hduciitlon.
The announcement of the formation of tho new Cabinet mid tnn
changes Hindu uro lecolvod vvlt.i favor,
MILITIA CALLED TO QUELL STRIKERS
JACKSONVILLE, Fla April 12 -Tho mllltla lino ticon ordered out
In Pensacolu to prevent u clash ailslng out of the street-car. strike now
on In that city. When tho company nttempts to icsuino Hh Bervtcu to
morrow morning it Is femed thu strikers will cause tumble.
ASSASSINATION IN QALICIA
LCMDRRO, Onllcla, April 12
The Governor of the province 'of On
llcla was assassinated today by a
EVANS CAN'T JOIN FLEET
PASO UOIILHS, Cnl., April 11.
Hear Admiral Hvans will bo unnbli
to meet tho Fleet nt Los Angeles.
cabin and 21 deck passeiigcia, 6000
f Bttgnr, 11 bags or cocoamttH, 8
s of hides and 20 parknges of
iinililes. .lurscr Umbo tepotls tho
tuamer Mlknhala loading sugar ut
'olo;i. She will tnku 4100 lings of K.
P. and 400 bags of V. K. sugar. He
lurthur ieHirt8 tho following Biipar
iiwiiltlug shipment on Kauai: I,. P.,
S8G8 bags; II. M 11,151; K. P., II,
1 1.0; Mcll., 21,721; Milk., 23,083; O. &
II, 0371; K. S. M 3100; M. 8. Co,
.,: .i, K. S.' Co., 1285, (1. F lCOti;
Tin: sticami:r hi:i,i:ni:, c.ipt. u.
NvImiii, which nirlvpd jesteidny from
Pitniliitl, broiiBht 120) liaiSH or sugar
lor C. Hrewei & Co, and 75 head of
c.ttlo from Kuwathau for thu Multcv
p lltnii Meat Co,
THI2 UNITF.D STATES army
transport Sherman Is expected to
como lnfii port Into this afternoon Up
to 2.15 o'clock, she was not rfepoitciL
Till: SCHOONER ADA, whlcli left
hero last week, lias reached l.ahnlna
In n leaking condition Purser Kul
lett or the Iwnlnul lepoits that the
cargo lor thu I.almlna sloru was dam
The cast for the opera "Mnsrot"
has been lomplcted and the rchcais-
iils have been piogiesslng without
Interruption. The opera Is being
presented under tho'iiblo dlieetluu of
Hugo Ilerzer and will bo piesotiled
on tho nights of the 23d nml 25th
of this month.
Thu principal rolo Is assumed by
Mrs. L. 11. Crook, whoso voice Is said
to bo admirably adapted to the
Tho chniaclcr of Lorenzo will bo
Impcisonntcd by M. II. Webb, while
Mis. Hugo Ilerzer will bo Flametta,
his daughter. "Sonny" Ciinlm will
l.o heard nnd seen to great iidvan
tago ns Roceo, "Sonny" Is nlvvajs
original and the nudleiieo will not
bo disappointed in his witty lines.
Jnmes I). Dougherty is loo well
lnown to need any special mention,
".limnilu" Is often spoken or ns tho
Cluiunccy Olcott or Hawaii, nnd n
special feature will bo Ills singing or
Mis. Canlc Jacobs-llond's "Longing.
Hugo Ilerzer, upon whom tho
btraln of tho production hns rested,
will, besides directing nnd staging
the opera, play tho part of Plppo
Mr. Ilerzer has not been heard In
public for tho past two jenrs nnd
his many udiulicis will ho pleased to
heur of his reap pea runcc.
The "Mabiot" Is nn opera that one
ati see two or threo times with un
diminished enjoyment, for It Is plc
tiiiesqiic and clever, nnd will be nil
mlrubly acted nnd sung. Ono fortU'
unto (.Iicumstancc has been in bC'
curing it splendid clioius. Moru do
pends on choius work than one may
think, unit the Kiinnlus have succeed
ed In assembling nu nggregatlon of
singeis that will toutrlbttto largely
to the successful lendlllou of the
production. So far the ichcarsals
have been unusually well attended
mid the ehouiseti nro nliendy letter
perfect. The catchy music makes tho
lehenisals u Joy instead of othut
wlse. (Jieat Interest Is lentcicd up
on this opcia.
A woman, masquerading ns tho
Countess Montell, has been uriestcd
In Frame on a cliiugu of robbing
guests of fashionable hotels.
MADAME GOULD AND DE SAGAN
NHW YORK. N. Y April 11,
Madame Gould nnd the Piince do Su
giin hnvo sailed for Europe lu separ
FLEET SAILED NORTH
MAODALnNA, .Mexico, April
The Tleet sailed north today.
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Full moon Apr. It! nl 0:22 n. in.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes Blowor than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
t'grces 30 minutes). Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is llio same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
ami moon nro for local tlmo for tho
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3t ARRIVED ' i
h x a ii ii a iiAita u k k a a a
Sunday. Apill 1.'.
Stmr, W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai potts, 1,37 u. m.
Slmr. Nllhiiu, Oness, riom Napoo
poo, 0:05 n. m.
Stmr. Iwnlnul, Self, from Maul nml
Moloknl ports, 3:50 a. m.
Stmr llelenu, Riclianl NpIfoii, from
Am. bk. Andrew Welrh, Kellj in
il'iys, 17 hours, 45 minutes fiom Sail
Francisco, 10:30 n. in.
Monday. April 13.
S. S. Asia, from San Fianclbco, off
poit at 2.30.
X Vi 3( M 3d it K K it X X X J
si an a a x k h sc x a x x x w x
Sunday, Apill 12.
A.-H. S. S. Despatch, Kokerwllz, lor
Kauai, 5 p. in.
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M PASSENGERS ARRIVED K
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Per stmr W. O Hall. Apill 12 rroni
Kauai ports Miss Haven,,l. I Sllwi,
D. L. Austin, Chung lllng, Mis. Akuu,
riiiiui; Hon. M. Ke.ipulo, C. Ilomku, .1.
IJcrgstioin, J lviiln, W. Knssebeer. II.
D. Ilaldwln, Mis. C. Stelnho and child,
C. A. ltlee, i:. Piilmer. C W. Spitz,
Miss II. Keohohoii, Mis. Spalding, P.
Carty nml 21 deck.
Pur stmr. Iwnlaul, April 12, fiom
Maul nnd Moloknl ports Hon. S. Kit
lama, Miss M. Knuhiiuc, .1. Moi.o, M.
Farin, II. .Ilmni, .Mrs. W Analiti, Y.
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K PASSENGERS BOOKED
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Per stmr. Manna Ken, Fieemmi,
for 1111(3. April II, 12 noon. 1). II.
Dunne, Jr., George II. Dunne, Mhs
llnrton, Mrs. Hiirlon, C. M. Inve
sted. W. O. Walker, K. 13. Richards,
C.ipt. Otwell, Dr. C, J, Stow, Dr. J.
II. Ravinond, C Jl. L Walbon. M. M.
Graham, Mis. C Llebeit, 1). 11. Kn-
haulcllo, C. It. Lindsay, Kdw.ird Wul
abao, Lincoln llolstcln nnd wife, M..
Kiihus, Hugeiio Dunne.
Per stmr. W. (J. Hall, Thompson,
for Kauai, April II, 5 p. in. G. II.
Fall child und wife, W. Cruwfoid, F.
W. Mncfnrhino nnd vvlf(f, Misses Mni
farlane, I lee Fat, lice Kwaek, J. 1.
Sllva, C. F. Henlcl,, II. D. Iliildwln.
Per S. S. llllonlnii, sailing Apill 21.
Mrs. C.ipt. Saunders. .Miss- Samid
crs, Mis. Cnrilu Jacobs lloiul, Mis. P.
M. Wli'khuin, 8. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs.
T. S. Kny. Mr. und Mrs. .1. G. Woolley,
Mrs. C. Carelloii nnd two (hlhliou.
Mis. Owen and daughter, Mr mid
Mrs. i:. O. Hall. .Mis. A F. Cooke,
Mrs. Helen A. Weaver, Mis. C. Mur
nsky, Mrs. It 8. Nonls mid child, Mis.
C. M. Low Is, Mrs. F II Angus. C.ipt.
C. Averdam, Mrs. W. C MiGonnglc,
Mr. and Mis Kkle, O C. Jones, Hu
genu KelT, Mrs. Giaeo Ilo.ndm.ui,
Mis. C. It. Rleger & Son Mm. Mnlfill
do Calhoun, Miss M. A. Peck, Mr. nml
Mrs. O. 8. Illgelow ami child. II. O.
Similley, Alexander Smaller, Mrs. A.
Suchlwi and chlbl, Miss Ado AiliocU,
Wm, C. Lyon, Miss llainey, Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Drock ami child, Mr. and
Mrs. O. Schweidt Ileger and tliiini
children, Mnlcolmn Mclntyro, J.
Young, Jnmes McCaudteis, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. A McCaudlcss, MIes .Madgu
McCiiudless, Mis. Drowsier Cnmeioii.
(Special to The llu I lu 1 1 u )
Wulluku, Maul, Apill 10. - i nu
meinbeiB or Uiu Knights of Pj thins,
Alolui Lodge No. 3, mo haul at woik
thesu evenings leheartlng for their
mlnstici show to como off on Satur
day evening, Apill 25th. Dr. J. 11.
Ilavmoml Is uiuleistnod to bu the In
tel lot utor, whllo Messrs. C. Ciowell,
Dr. W. It. Maples nnd two otheis will
be end-men. It Is clalmi'il Hint this
coining show will eclipse iin thing
lioretofma done by local men in tills
direction lloseivcd beats me al
ready In demitnil, .
1S5 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness offlse. Thete are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Gullntln office.
GET IN EXT
to yourself nnd let us build tliat ca
noe, rowinR-bont, 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, N
King near Alapai,