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BVENINO I1ULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., WEDNESDAY, AIn. 16, 1908
MSMI1C & UPli
Pacific Stited Third Degree
Oceanic First Degree.
Rose Croix Ceremony of the
Lights 7 30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
B p m.
All vlsltlnr members of (ho
order nre eoidlally Invited to
attend mrntlnca of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evory Monday evening at
7: SO In I. O. 0. t Hall, Fort Stieet.
K. It. HENDHY, Secrotary.
HBN. F. V1CKEK3, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'luesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. I.YLK, CO.,
P. WALDHON. K.U.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots every l'rlday erealng at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Iteratanla. Visiting brothels
cordially Invited to attend.
A. O DECKING, C.C..
IAS. W. WHITE, K.K.3.
1 HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C16, 11. P. O.
tf will moot In their hall on King
oear Port st'eei every Prlday even
Ily order of tho E It.
HENItY C. KASTON,
Vv'M. II. McINKKNY, E. It.
' Wta. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7: SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting broth
trs eordlaily Invited to attend.
I. I'ltA.EE, C (' .
E A JACOUSON, KItS.
' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
VaKSOAY ovonlngs of each month at
'J:30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, corner
Ileretanla and Poit streets.
Visiting Kaglos are Invited to at
lend. V. I.. FIIAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOKE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
'Moots overy llrst and third Thurs-
tuji of each mouth at Knights of
Pythian Hail. Vlnltlng brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MPKPHY, C. of It.
Fine Fresh Milch
Cows For Sale
4000 Qrecn Hoofing Slate 10"xl(r.
BOO One and Two Prong Iron Pence
1 2C-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. ' 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
jewelry somethlncr which you'll be
wnntinf, either for yourself, or for
.wife or sweetheart. Call at our
f store aril see what we havt to offer.
The goods nre riijht; so are the
pri'ci. lf we can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
1018 NTTUAUU NEAR KING.
j. BAMLOO FURNITJURE
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Earn St. near Beretanla.
$ K-tng 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 POUT STREETS
RUN DOWN? i
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG GO.,
FOR. F0P.T AND KINO STS.
AGENTS F O It
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
FR0M NEW YORK and PARIS
MISS POWER'S Bosten Bldg,
NEW O00DS OF
Gross Linen and
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jone by the
v Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
Z8 Boretanla CL Phone 149 1.
LOCAL ANB GENERAL
People who arc looking for things
never miss the Bulletin Want Ads.
A tlean City means health.
Panama hats cleaned at the Globe
('nil at tlu 11 n 1 1 o 1 1 n oirico foi a
Putnam Health Pills mako rich
blood. 50c a packago. Try them.
(' It Hlncow, the tobacco raiser, ar
rived vesterdny In tho Manna I.oa
Honk" Honk! Call 1U1, J. A. Mc
Leod, for tho plensantest auto ride. '
11 I) llaldwln and 0. II. Falrrhlld
left for Knual last evening In the W
Court I.unalllo No. CCOO, A. O. V
will meet In San Antonio llnll this
e cnlng at 7.30.
Tako jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co. for
up ttvdnte repairs.
Tho Seaside cottages are dollghtful
In the summer time. Kngage a cot
tage now for the season
Ii ed Ilobach, who was Injured by
fntllng on an electric wire In llllo,
died there Sunday morning.
Ancient Order Hibernians, DMslon
No. 1, will meet this tcnlug nt 7 3(
In C. II. U Hall, Port street
Try the beer at tlw Hortman. Hv
CO' glass Just as cold as It should be
and as snappy as can bo desired.
J A. Combs sna :im wlfi says she
did not bu what she Is t..ld to have
s.ild In regard to 'he nlitped hold up.
The General Arthur Cigar Is the
general fnvo,lto with snickers who
know a good cigar. M. A. Gunst &
Tho framework of tho now shoot
ing gallery of the National Guard Is
up imd the concrete Moor has been
Mrs. Josephine Cornwcll of Hono
lulu returned jestcrdaj In the Trans
port Sherman from u lslt to the
The Alexander Young Cafe has Juat
received from tho Coast a fresh lot of
Yiolcl mid Mngnollu Dragoons and
See thu values this week nt Illnm's
In ladles' while skirts ln-!nwn, Indian
Head, duck, linen, etc , mid In silk and
Thu auditor's department has pre
paid! for the Governor n book show
ing impropriation balances at the end
of each month.
Tom Quinn has gono Into tho auto
hack business with n One four-passenger
Hulck and Is prepared to-furnish
tho best possible servlco. Phono 3C1.
When you'ie run down, the tonic for
jou Is n glass of Prlmo beer with
jour meals. It's the softest and moi.l
mellow beer Hint Is brewed.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yo.i will bo surprised at Its coollne
mid preservative properties. California
Peed Co , agents.
If your oash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Thu Noeau arrived jesterday from
ilonokr-n Willi tho following cargo:
1' 150 b.igt Hnnokn.i miui 30 tons
scrap Hon, 1 live lieip 30 ptekages
Stop that cough' Yini can do It by
getting .i 21 ct in l.ollle of Iloilistti s
Cold Chondrites, a .aft' and nurc- cure
lor .ill colds, commit, mid giljipe Hoi
lister Ding Co. Ltd.
Aineilcaii riiotiigiaphy for Match
has mi Jlliistratlou leprnduced from
u photograph bj John 11. Cation of
this ell) who reeehed a second prize,
ii lnmize medal. In u contest.
riMiucs and furnishings belonging
to lliieklaud'H Iliisluoss llureaii were
j'osteidnj sold at auction to satisfy
Judgment against the pioprietor held
by K. M. Campbell for 11305 50.
Our reputation as "good, square
brokers" was not mndo jesterday; it
will out-last tomorrow. Hawaiian
Trust Co , Ltd., members of tho Ho
nnliilii Stock and Hond Exchange.
Property owners who do not use
Puro Prepared Paint when paint Is
needed, nro neglecting their own best
Interests and risking their property
needlessly. Uiv.ers & Cooko, Ltd
Thete will bo ii meeting of tho Ha
waiian Photographic Society this
owning at 8 o'clock nt tho Kllohnna
Art League for tho ratification of tho
decision to unlto with tho AH League
Clem Quinn yesterday In Supremo
Court filed application for admission
In practice. Quinn is nt present bail
iff In Judge. Iloblnson'g court and lias
been studying Industriously for sever
al j ears.
The now April records for the Vic
tor Talking Machine have Just arilved
at Dergstrom's. There Is an unusual
ly good assortment of operatic pieces,
and popular music, both Instrumental
A new pineapple cannery Is being
erected In Knllhl beyond thu Knme
hanieha Girls' School, V. P. Thomas,
of Puptikea, has bought flvo nnd a
half acres from J. V Morgan. The
land is on tha railway.
Km era 1 old Punahoii scholars who
have completed their education In (ho
States or abroad, will soon lettirn to
become teachers In their alma mater.
Among these are Miss Eleanor- J. Wnt
ei house and Miss Ireno Fibber.
Tho steamer Llkeliku, Captain Nan
pala, which arrived yesterday after
noon from Hawaii, brought tho fol
lowing freight: CO head cattle, 1
broken roller, 1 broken roller shaft,
M88 bags sugar, 80 bundles empty
bags, 7 .packages sundries.
A deed or trust wnt filed jestcnlny
afternoon by John K. Sumner, by
which he places all .of his pioperty in
trust with Carlos Long as trustee. Ho
makes proWsIon rur tho care of him
self and Louis Keller and wife, dur
ing llfo, and at the death of tho Kel
lers tho, estate Is to go to their chll
Thoio is a tnlx-up In tho rifles
which wcro supposed to havo come
down hcio recently for tho National
(iinid It appears that the guns
which camo down a short tlmo ago
wcro for tho soldiers lit Foit Shatter,
while the smaller quuntlty, which was
brought down on tho Shcimau venter
'day, was for tho National Guard.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, April 14.
NF.WCASTLi: Hailed April 8-
Am. schr. Hillings, for Honolulu.
SAN FUANC1SCO Sailed April 14:
S. S. Mongolln, for Honolulu. .
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 14:
S. S. Korea for Honolulu.
Wednesday, April 15.
SHATTLi: Sailed, April 14:
A II S. 8. Mexican, for Honolulu.
POUT SAN LUIS Sailed April 14:
Am S. S. Lansing, for Honolulu.
I1II.O Arrived April 13.
Am S S. Knterpilbe, fiom Snn
KAIIl'l.ttl Arrived April 15-
A. II. S. 8, Arlzounii, fiom Honolulu
PEOPLE OF KEANAE
Marston Campbell Receives Letter
From Maul Republican
Mnistnu Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, has been heard to
made thu statement that holding a
public olllcc is u pretty thankless Job
as n rule. This morning be absolute
I) denied eer having made such n
Htaleinent, and brought out as proof
of why ho should say such things the
following letter of prnlM and appro
elation from tho people of Ke.inne
r Mr. M. Campbell, Supeiliiteiideut
or Public Works, Honolulu, Oaliu
Greeting: In the regular business
session of tho Iloaid of i:ecullo
Committee of thu 27th Precinct, Third
District, Kennae, Couiitj of Mnul. Il
wan oted to extend to ou tho ht-arlj
thanks of tho said executive commit;
lee for thu benefit of the people rosld"
lug at Kennne. W'u er deepl) up
pit elate nil that you haw done for iih
Most cordlall) jours.
S. K KAAILUA,
Chairman for Republican Coiumlltte
of the 27th Prcrlnet, 3d District
(Continued from Pzt 1)
some time before stiong winds umi
high seas and squalls We sighted
this Island last Monday and tame In
First Mate fleroll said Hie passage
back took them 12 d.ijs. The wlntU
wero stiong nnd the hens terribly
high. Lightning and thunderstorms,
wero fiequent ,
"Wo brought home the last tic
scenil'iuli of the royal f.imlh on tho
Ibland," said (lei oil.
King CIiiih Williams nnd lilt que"ii
weie llin'nnlt pissengeis-In tile Lil
ka. King UIMh.ua 14 un old mil
g.iloi and pllin Ilia queen, a n.itlve
of one of I be .south Kci Isl mils, was
on boaid tin i liooner, doing her dii
llo.t in and about the cooking apait
ment. The emigration of King Williams
and his queen from Lnj'san Island
leaves the Island without human be
Ingt Christian W.ignor, n wireless oper
ator who went down us second mate,
stated that Lajsan would be a good
site for a wireless station.
"I mil certain," said he, "that It
would be a good thing to establish
a wlieless station un L.ij'tnn Island.
There Is plent) of guano theie, with
various Minis of birds. The island is
rich In verdure. The diameter of
Lajsan Is about three miles. It has
u largo lake In tho center whlth pie
bontB u pretty scene. When wo wero
about three dnjs off fiom tho Island
bound for Honolulu wo made 2 It!
miles In one day. This record is
something marvelous to us. The Lu
Ua behaved well, although she lost
two nncl'ois, tho only niahois we
hail, during the voj'iige."
The Luku brought us part of her
cargo rabbits and chickens. The for
mer were orlglunlly Imported and
rulsod there. They have multiplied
nnd nio plentiful on tho Islnnd. One
of the sallurs said that If any living
beings should bo cast nshoie theie
they would llnd plenty to eat and
On her trip down tho Luka made
the passage In i days nnd 20 hours
King Sclileiniuer had no dlillcultj In
"Flying squadron'' of volunteer
collectms and ton automobiles visit
ed overy saloon in San Fianclsco In
campaign to hi Ing the Fleet fund to
Tho hlfctorlc old Pacific- Mall dock
In San' Fianclsco wns destroyed hj
flic which caused pinlc among cui
ncse In detention slietl,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
A Most Excellent Assortment or
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO SI. PHONE 525,
DON'T YOU SEE ?
Don't you see as well as
you used tol Are you con
tent to "let it go at that?"
No? Well, then, call on
a m um
nt iii umi
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
w M M X iC Y f X a X )i a ; A it
(( to X )i )i It )t, H ii ii it X X X (
NEW COALING DEVICE.
A newly-devised npp ire ' " rin
Ing veneris In tho h i ir It IhI,.,.
completed bv McCnb - Hamilton .
Kenny. It Is being t vied nt Cation,
Nclll & Go's works i i Queen sucet
The appliance contains hopper buck
ets on nil endless chain. These ale
fed from n hopper nt tho lower shaft
and carry the coal up nil Incline to
thu necessary height, emptjlng It Into
n chute, by which It Is rim down Into
the bunkera of the vessel being
coaled. When tho mechanism Is set
in motion the coal from thu lighter
i mis Into the hopper buckets and Is
carried up to the top of the uppllnnce
when It Is delivered by gravity Into
the coal bunkois of the vessel to lie
The hulk Melancthon lins been pai
chased and the steamer Kaena tlinr:
ered bj the United Stntes War l)(
pattmuut to be used ill connection
with the work nt Pearl Harbor. The
Melancthon Is being fitted up as a
barge to eairy suid fiom llanapcpu,
Kail il. Aftet she has been loaded lij
means of u suction dredger, the Me-
l.iucthou will bo towed b.itk here In
itio steamer Kaena The Kaena
which iccelved u new coal of palm
jeslerday, went down to I'eul llai
bor this moiuhig.
IIACKl'i:i.I) & COMPANY lecilv.d
iidvices slating tint Hie Pacific Mill
liner Koiea mlled jt'sterd.ij fiom Yn
Itohain.i Slio is dm to unlve heie
on April 2.1, leaving for San I'liinclsco
In the afternoon On uecumt of he
nirivnl one daj ahead of her legular
time, (loveyior lrt.ar. who has e
p.rted to Hull on her, will have to
wind up h In business befme the it i
ilvul of thu Koiea. Tho Koiea has
aecninniocl.it Inns for about t 111 1 1 v
cabin passengers. About 1G0 have it!
icady booked. Tho Alameda will
leave for San Francisco on April i
and the HIIoiiluii on April 21. The
Korea has iihoatd lilSfl tons of Height
for this poit.
Till: STKAMP.H MIKAHALA, ni
rived fiom Kauai this morning with
lee following freight: 4350 hags sug
ar, 400 Y. K. sugar, 21 lairds empty
bottles, .19 empty wine bairels, HIS
bags tnio, 5 odd eirboj-s. 60 packages
sundries. Purser Chang leports Hi
lollouliig sugar awaiting shipment on
KiiipiI- W. 1700; K S. M.. 3IDII; M.
A. K.. 35.181; O. & IL, 0471; Mcll..
IfiSi . Kllauea, 128.,; Makee, 3100.
Koloa, 8500; II. M. 11i,!t9l, l.llino.
StG4; O. F, 2U.11.
CASTLK H. COOKH. agents for the
Malkon line, lecelvud a wlrvleus teh
gram at 'J 30 thin moiiilng fiom Pin
er liiew, announcing that at the'
lioui the Illlonlan was one hiiiidiod
miles off Hie jmrt nnd w mid In at
the dock bj 2 o'clock In ilie afteiuooii
Dam Break Wrecks Towns
1II:LI:NA, Mont. Apill II Tlio'dam at llauser Lake, on tho Mis
souri ilvei, bioko tonight, doing much damage The towns of Craig, Cas
cade and Gieat Falls tue threatened nnd residents 1110 llcelng In tenor.
NEW YORK UNINSTRUCTED
NI3W YOIIK, N Y , April 1 I At
a Into hour tonight the Indications
weie that the New Yolk delegation
to the Democratic National Conven
tion would go iiiilnstiuctcd.
DELAWARE FOR GRAY
DOVP.Il, Del., April II. Tho Del
awaro State Convention bus Institut
ed Its delegates to tho Democratic
National Convention to vote for tho
nomination of United States Clicult
Judge Gcoigij Ginj'.
Hot Cross Buns !
Hot Cross Buns !
One a penny,
Two a penny,
Hot Cross Buns !
Do not orget that you must have HOT CROSS BUNS
on O00D FRIDAY. Get them at
nhAilfai 1 'VsWiiJMiiilltrTiiii niiiii.trtlr 1 -tTiirt I'sstfjj&Ti- '
The weather at sea Is flno and nil well
TIIH NMItASKAN, dipt. Knight,
if ihi American Hawaiian Comnnnv
wlilch ni rived fiom Knhulul this
inoinlnir. will nail for 8-m Fianclsco
tiillmrroiv iiftcrnoon at B o'clock. She
Hikes 530 tons or sugar, with n load
if general meichandlse. A number
f passengers have booked to leave
i bur. Among llp-m Is iir. i.. .1'.
TIIK DAltKr.NTINi: COHONADO
i m minded hj Ciiptnln Potter, sailed
euonlnv afternoon for San Fran
s with a full cat go of biigar for
.ho Western Kefllierv. She made n
;iod tlmo In coming down, arriving
lo niter n passiwo ol ten days
Till: JIKXICAN of the American
.lawnllnu conip.iny, left Pugut Sound
on April 14, mid will nrrivo here on
Ilie 21th Inst. She hi tugs a large
amount of fielght for the Islands. Cap
lain N'lcliols Is lu command.
Till: NIJVADAN, CnptJln Green
leaves Snn Fianclsco tomoriow for
this port, nil h Ing hero on the 25th
Inst, with a largo consignment of
Irelght for Ilnckfeld li Co.
TIIK 11AKK AMY TtlltNr.Il, vvllh
general cargo lift for San Francisco
this morning nt !) o'clock. Sho has
been lu poit duco Mm eh, awaiting
bhlpmeiit of sugai.
AT 1 O'CLOCK jestonlay nftoinoon
the Mongolia left Snn Francisco foi
Honolulu, arriving hero nut Mondnj
morning. She will bring over seven
t live passengers for this poit.
Tin: nuiTisii sti:amsih," He
ford, fiom V.uicoiivir for tho Crtl
onles, passed O.ihu jesterdsj. She
reportetl "all well on board"
TIIH SCHOONFIt KA MO!, Captain
Illpa, sails tomorrow afternoon with
lice bran nnd other sundry meiclinn
disc for llllo and Koun poits.
"Kor over CO years I havo alays lept
Ajcr's Cterry Pectoral In tho hoaso. My
father often told mo that it saved my llfo
when I was very j-ouog."
.tfusSjrWiF! r 11.- .!-
n M in iiiuuaanua
is a household
u s 0 il
fi r a t
parents, then by tho parents, and
now by tho children. Tor colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in thp throat
or in tho bronchial tubes,
is tho standard remedy tho world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poison. Accept no mibstituto.
Put up in largo and Imall bottles,
rreptrtd by Dr. J C Acf & Co , lotelt, Jtati , U. S. A.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
DPUANGO, Col , April 14 An ex
plosion ocutned In the Itojul coal
niluo hoio toduj, wieckliig the work
ings nnd killing tlueu men. The illa
nslei followed the leeelpt of an anon
jinoiii vvainlng that there would bo n
wieek unless lepalis weie mado to
lender the initio safer.
I Tho California Hoard of Phaiinacv
secures evldenco against 22 San Fran
tlsco umi Oakland druggists selling
poisonous dings to unfoitumites lu
'Violation of law.
SJ .f HTiiJiL.
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S oh to .'4i o ni
l m i.h
I) ot 1 1
1 nil moon Apr. 1G nt 0:22 n. 111.
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being Hint of tho meridian of 157
icgrces 30 minutes. Tho Hum whistle
blows nt 1:30 p. m, which Is tho sumo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. . Sun
and moon nro for local tlmo Tor tho
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Jt 3 5( 3X K Jl i l it K 35 3 3f 5C H. 3S
Tnesd.ij. April II
Stmr. l.Ikellke, Niiopaln, fiom llllo,
2 10 11 111.
Wcdnesdaj. Aplll 15.
S S. N'ehr.isknn, Knight, from Ku
I111I11I, a. ill.
Stmr. Mlkahnhi, Giegurj, fiom
Kauai, a. 111
Sclir. Luka. Schlcmmoi, from Lnj
tan Island, 10.20 a. ;n.
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H TiPPmiTF.I) :
1 35 3; JC J 3( ;t, K Jt It a )t 1; M. )(
TueiMay, April 1 1.
Am. liktn. Coionado, I'ottur, for Snn
I'r.inclsco, 2:20 p. 111.
A II. S. H. Arlzonan, for Knhulul, 7
Wcdnesdaj-, Apill I fi.
111.. Amy Tiirntr, for San Fiiiuclstit
0 11 111.
f ) iU 3. it is. ;i ;i ii 0. ;i it, 3- a it jt
" PASSENGERS ARRIVED Jf
n ii it 3.C A r ii jr 3f 3( X k x ii it Jt
Per stmr Mlkabala, Oiegoij, fmni
K11111 1, Apill 15. i: Anderson, Mi
AI.o. Miss S. Am, Will Kellej. II. A.
Jntgi'i. Mih TakamatHii, Judge S, 11.
Klngsbuij. A Gaitlej, Win Slodd.ui
mid 52 deck
i 3f it it if V 3C ,K X 1 1C X ." V w JC x
KXitih Jl Jt. Jt 31. Jt, 3 Jt 3t ii 'li X 3! Jt
Per S , H. Alameda, for San Finn
Cisco, Apill 22. 10 n. 111. Mr. mid
Mrs T. J. N'ealond, Mr. and Mrs. A.
T Ilrock. Mm I. Prates, Mis. L. Ham
mej, Mrs. i:. Ilousi, Jlrs. C. M. Lovvls,
M11. N. S. Norrls and infant, Ml. und
.Vis It. L. Miiislou, C.uvernoi' und
Mrs. Fiear, child and maid. Ml. and
Mis. I. C. Cohen, Mis (1. F Ilrackelt
nnd urn. Mis. J. I". McCruin, Miss A.
Jenkins, Mih. G. II llosmer, It. S.
Hosmer, Mr. nnd Milt Glraid, Miss
Ada Adeiek, Mrs. A. V. Iiimaii, Mu
J A. Yerret and Infant, Miss C. H.
Gllbeil. Miss Alice Porter. Mr. nnil
Mis J. (1. Woollcy, Mr. and .Mis llev
Itt, Mr. mid Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mrs.
11. Cameion, Miss C. Stewart, Mr. anil
Mis Thou. Fitch. Mr. and Mia II. Dip
niout, 1 1. C. Smnllej-, Alu. Smnlley,
Mrs K. M l.awler. Miss Lawler.
Kustaco Ciilliliian, Mr. mid Mis. G I..
Illgelow mid child. Mr nnd Mrs. J S
Spltzou, James I Fonvvlek. C. G Uail
lett, Mrs. Alia Logan, Miss Mny l.o
1111, Mis A. C. I'loeninu und daiightur,
f. G. Smith, J. oiing. Jus. W. Piatt,
Mr. and Mis. J. II Parker, Mrs. J. L.
I ltohlnson, Mrs. W. II. Cooley, Miss
M Coolej, II. Itosenberg. i:. W. Duck
wall and wire. Mr, Dtinshuo, A. II. VI
en a, W. C. Ljoli, W II. Ljou, W. II.
Cooley, J C Cooluy, J. J. Mcl.augh.
ltn. Mis ,1. J. McLimhllu, Mis. Geo.
Owen, Mrs. David Whitnoy. Mi. und
Mis. Kiinno) Scott, Mrs. Hugo Freur
and daughter, G. N und H. K. Smith,
Miss L. Smith. Mrs. John A. MtCauil
less, Miss Mudgo MeCaudlesH, Jim
XlcCandlcss. A Hartley, H A. Kliud
Ken dud wife.
Per S. S Mongolia, for tho Orient,
April 20. Miss A. C. lingers, Miss 11.
I'. lingers, Mm John II. Thomas, Miss
Maij Alio Thomas, Miss Isabel Thom
as, Mi mid Mrs A. J. Molting, Mis.
M. C Aldilch, 1,1 Cheung, wife and
.1 chlldieii, Geo II lliown, Hllsou Jor
dan. W II. Hem and wlfo. Mis. (1. G.
Seong and child, Mrs. Cliilbtl.in A.
I'd- btini'. Manna I.oa, Slmcison, for
Kau Ports, Apill 17, 12 110011. A.
Gueiiero, Muster 11. Akea, J II. Kiel
las, C. Wolteis, 11 P. lloblnson, J A.
Magoon, Mis. J. A. Magoou, Master
W. Paris, J D. P.u Is. Chas. Melnecke.
Per S. S. Nubrnskan, for San Fran
cisco, Apill HI, 5 p. 111. Mis. Chinch,
." cliildicii und maid, fiom Kahiiliili
Mrs Itecords, Chas F, Ilooj, Dr. L.
F Aliniez, Mi nnd Mrs. K P. Me
Ucwitt, II. Dimsheo. II. Iledcmanii.
Per stnu. Mlknhula, for Kauai.
Apill 10, 5 p. 111 Miss .Maigaret Wat
urhoiiso, 11. A. Jaeger, W. Stoddiut,
S.1111I K AulIiii, W. Crawford, T. Ko
nilitsu, S Spitz, P. Peek.
Pi r stmr Uuudluo, for Maui ami
Hawaii. April 17, 5 p in. C. II. Ilinad,
llev. A. L. Hall, i:. C. Hlchnrds, Fiauk
Cook M. II Hooter, Ileuiy Hunter.
Mis 1' Z de Allium, wife of 11 well
known hoisem-in. kills Mih Helen
(I1MM11, ilvul lor her husband's love,
hi Mom nvlii
to yourself and let us build that ca-'
noc, rowins-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,