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evening nui.LRTiN. Honolulu, t ii. TinmsDAY. Arn. id. toos.
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ItttTO & TBMI
Pacific Stated Third Degree
Oceanic First Degree.
Rose Croix Ceremony of the
Lights 7 30 p m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p in.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially Invited to
attend nietUngu of local lodgee
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moot every Monday evening at
J:30 In I. 0 O. F. Hall. Fort SUoet.
H It HHNDKY. Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKK11S, N O.
All visiting brothel very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'tuesday evening at
r:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
fort and lleretnnla. Visiting broth'
sri cordially Invited to attend.
V. I. LYLK. CO,
i WALDHON, K.I1.3.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evonlng at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Ueretanla. VUltlnB brotheia
lordlally Invited tir attend.
A. 0 Di:i:itINQ. C C,
JAS W WHITE, K U.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, . P. O.
E., tvIII meet In their ball on Kins
near Fort street ovory Friday even
ing. By ordor of the E It.
HEXKY C. EASTON,
VM. II. McINEHXY, E. 11.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
-7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor,
Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting broth
in cordially invited to attend.
W L. FHAZEE, CC,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornr
Oerotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
,'end. W. L. FRAZEE. W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of 11.
NO HOSE NEEDED,
4000 Green Roofing Hlato 10"xl0".
BOO Ono and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gallon 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, cither for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and see what we have to offer.
The goods are riu'ht; so are the
prices. If we can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
1018 nuua:;u near king.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
I 60 Carts
Klrg 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
RUN DOWN I
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR F0P.T AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
FROM NEW YORK and PARIS
MISS POWER'S. .
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
P ongee Sik
YEE CHAN 4 CO.,
King and Bethet.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
268 Eoretanla 8t Phone 1491.1
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Peotile who are looking for things
never miss the Bulletin Want Ads.
A clean City means health.
Panama hats cleauod at Uie Globe.
Call at the Hullotln office for a
Enters v. Ill bo closed all dn to
morrow, Hood Friday.
For choice Kiocorlci call up J. M
1.01 & Co., Phone 7G.
Rehearsal of Tho Mnscot at Oporn
House this 'Venlng,-7:30 Mini p.
Putnam Health Pills mako rich
blood, 50c, a package. Try them.
Honk' Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Mc
I.eod, for the pleftsantest aulo ride.
VliltiK' & Minsk ulll loninlii open
onl) till noon tomorrow, Good 1'rl
It. C Crawford anil II S. llngcrup
came down thlH morning In the
Tako our carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manty. Co. for
ilawnlliin Tribe No. 1. I O K. M .
will meet In K of P. hall this 'lhuin
ila evening .it 7.3(1
Nnnioin III town carries llin assort
liieiit of colors In f Ilk and kid glovc-c
like Whittles ii Mnrsh.
Iho Scasldu' cottages are delightful
In the summer time. Eugago a col
tags now for tho season.
Try the beer at tho Hoffman. Ev
ery class Just as cold as it should be
and as suappy as can bo desired.
011o llr.mch Uebekali Lodge No 2,
I. O. O. I'., will meet In Odd Fellows
ball this Thursday evening at 7:J0.
Go to Hulelwa mill get an excellent
meal and If ou decide to lemaln over
night sou will lunu a comfortable
room and bud.
Hawaiian Chapter No. 1, Order of
Kamehamehn, v.lll meet In Fraternity
hall. Odd Fellows building, this Thurs
day evening at 7 20.
A wetk fi inn this oveulug the first
or a serlis of lccluics will bo given
li Mis Tiirinaii III tho looms of the
Kllnlian.i rt League.
The Hawaiian Photographic Societ)
at a meeting decided to Join the
Klluliana Art League, forming n new
circle of that organization
Tr the new Combination Lunch nt
the Alexander Young Cafe IJvcrs
thing Is cooked just right, and served
just right: pi Ices 25, 35, SO and 75c.
Tom Qulnn has gone Into tho auto
hack business with n fine fuiir-passon-gcr
Ilulck and Is prepared to furnish
tho best possible service Phono 3C1
Attorno) Geueial Hemenway has
approved the form of the assignment
of the Nuuanu dam contract to II.
Hnckfeld & Co. by L. M. Whltehouso
Coat your lion roofs with "Arabic"
Yod will bo surprised at Its cooling
and 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.
Amateur photogrnphers II ml that
Velox paper gives the most satlsfac
(Ion. It prints nt night. You get It
at tho Honolulu Photo Suppl Co.,
You should allow no one but an ex
pert optician to examine our eyes or
(It them with glasses. Consult A. N
Sanford, graduate optician, Boston
Tho Hilonlan brought a largo ship
mont of fresh vegetables for Henry
May H Co., Ltd., in her refrigerator
compartments. Call up 22, and order
The Majestic Amusement Co Is
now under full sway at tho Orphcum
Theatio and showing most excellent
pictures, together with catchy illus
The Stoddard Dayton Model "K"
recently won first place In tho $2750,
$3000 and $3500 and over class, du
featlng all entries, legnidless of II.
P. Tho von Humm-Young Co., Ltd.
John Gocas, who has been salesmnu
for J. M. Levy & Co. fur seveial sears,
has been given a flvu weeks' vacation,
which will bo spent on the Coast. Ho
will leave on tho Alameda next week
Ulom is offering very attractive
values In ladles' white skirts In lawn,
lisle, duck, Indian Head, linen, etc.
Silk and llrlo gloves, elbow length, nt
$1.50 and $1.75, and S1.00 uud S1.25
Tho steamer Claudlno nrrlvcd tlilb
morning from Hawaii and Maul ports
with 4500 sacks sugar, 30 bags coin,
50 packages onipts bottles, 1 horso, Si
hogs, 12 packages hides, 110 bumlry
Tho Hawaii Experiment Station has
received n number of Improved varie
ties )f peanuts from Vlrglnln. Any
one wishing to experiment with them
tun havo n sample by applsing to
.laieil 0. Smith.
April IStli will mark tho first big
Wrestling match over seen In Hono
lulu. There is a great deal of Interest
being taken In the r.fTnlr nlreads and
It looks now as if the Orphcum will be
crowded to oversowing on that night
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Litchfield aro
still at Santa Cruz, Cnl., having gone
there early in tho year for the benefit
of Mr Litchfield's health. Mr. Litch
field, though Impiovlng, has not re
covered from Injuries received hero
by an automobile
According to Marston Campbell
Superintendent of J'ublle Works, tho
old llshmurket will not be given over
to any prlvato concerns or organlza
tlons on account of tho fact that he
has not tho authority to do with It nu
ho pleases. It will probably ho used
In cntertulnlng tho floet while hoie.
In order to get a boat houeu and a
racing bargo of their own, tho young
ladies of tho Walalohn Boat Club will
hold an Caster sale of pretty ai tides
on Saturday. They will display their
wares In tho empty store at the cor
ner of Ueretanla and Port streets, op
posite the (Iro station The icceipts
will bo Mlded to tho treasury of the
club, which is not In a healthy condi
tion. All urrnngemonts for tho salo
will bo completed nt a special mcot
Ing ot the club members, which lias
been called for this evening In tho
(ooms of the Y. W. C. A.
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, April 14.
NHWCASTLH Sailed April S.
Am schr Hillings, for Honolulu
SAN rilANCISCO Sailed April 14:
S. S Mongolia, for Honolulu .
YOKOHAMA Sailed Apill 14.
S. S. Korea for Honolulu.
Wednesday, April IS.
SEATTLE Bulled, April 14
A II. S. S Mexican, for Honolulu.
POUT SAN LUIS Sailed April 14:
Am 3. S, Lansing, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Arrived Apill 13
Am S. S. ntilcrprlhc, fiom San
1CAHVLUI Arrived April IS-
A II. S S. Arlzonan. from Honolulu
Thursday, April 16.
SAN I'HANCISCOAi lived Apill 10:
.lap S. S, Hongkong .Main, hence
1:L1:HLK Sailed Apill 12
Hi S S. Adalo, fin Newcastle.
n 30 x, ;c H v x x it a, & a c u
it WATERFRONT NOTES
;t in v k. ii. a h . 3 it k xx a v u
The Mutton Navigation liner Hilon
lan, with Captain Johnson nu the
bililge, mrlved from San I'limcltco nt
3 uidork sosloidiiy ulteruuoii and
dockeil at her regular stand at Hi ew
er's wharf. Among the ininy passuii
cmh who arrived were Mis A S
lliimibuvs and children, who have
been visiting on the Co.isi A nun
her of Salvation Armv ofileers came
down lo spread the gospil In Hnwnll
John McO.irvey, an expeit wireless
telegraph operator, was among tho
ubseiiger4 oil the Hilonlan. Ho is
i-onmcU'd with the United Wlielesu
Compauv, but ho lias had extenslvo
experience In tho Philippines and nt
iitbei wireless stations He passed
thioiigh here n year ago on tho trans-
I oi t Logan.
rile Hilonlan did not pick up the
shore people by wlieless After the
Hilonlan had passed Diamond Head,
Operator McGarvry was not able to
lecelvu any signals, from either Ru
bers Point or Lalialuii
The lllloultm brought fifteen hun
dred tons of general merchandise,
will on deck forty-two mules for (Ins
Schumnu and four bulls for Tied V.
Curter, whlcu will go to the Hind
inncli on Hawaii.
True Hilonlan sighted one or two
sailing vessels soon after sho left
S.ui Francis.!), but none of them had
special Interest to Honolulu people.
Applications fin' civil cervlce exam
Inntlon will hu lecelved at the oHlce
of the Assistant Inspector, 121b 1Mb
ti let, Honolulu, during tho next thirty
dajs, for establishing reglsteis of el
igible fiom which appointments of
keepers mid assistant keepeiu of light
houses will be made In the Hawaiian
Division of the Twelfth Light-House
District when vacancies occur Ap
plicants must bo citizens of the Unit
ed States over 18 soars of age. lly n
recent older of tho Civil Service Coin
mission tbu maximum ngu limit was
Blank forms can be obtained upon
J. r. CAirn:it.
Lieut. Cnnimanilei. U. S. Nnvj, Chnli-
man Local Civil Servlcu Iloaid
for the Light house Sen ice (In
THi: OPINION WAS PIIKKLY h iz-
ti riled along the watei flout ester. Uj
that Captain Will Mtitson mint feel
pioud of his recently acipilred sailing
fleet Lnte 011 Monday night the bark
It. P. Hlthet airlved sugar laden fiom
Honolulu after ono of the fastest
louuil trips ever uiado by a sailing
vessel leaving this port. Good nt. are
tho well known sailing cpialltles of
the R.'P. Hlthet, to Captilu Charles
McDonald, the man on the quarter
deck, must largcls be credited Hie re
markable iccmd put up, The luik
occupied foui loon dass on tin out
vvjid voyage to Honolulu and thirteen
ilajii cm the u-linii juurnes "Sure
wo hud free leading winds," said Cap
tain McDonald ji stenl.iy in bis mod
est waj. "but It was a flno tilp." Man?
fastei sailings havo been made both
going and returning between this
port and Honolulu but Captain Me
Donald's stands us tho iccoid tumid
trip for main mouths. Lltber the
bark Mohican, which lint been out
twelve dass fiom Mnliukona, or the
bark Annie .lolinsoii, out ti-i 1 1 . 1 .
fiom Hllo Is expert oil to put luto till
port ut anj moment with large sugi
cargoes Anoihei of tho Muthim tlei 1
Is the ship Hawaiian Isles, Captain
Mulott, seveiit) live days out fiom
New cash lo with a cargo of coal The
arilviil of these threo vessels Is looked
lor almost at any tlmo by the M.ithon
Complins, 118 they nil hold gtont sail
In giecoids and the captains wliu
guldo them aio accustomed to doing
things. The It P. nithet brought 31.
500 bags of sugar fiom Honolulu
Chronicle Apill 8.
Till: STHAMHIl CLAUDINH, Cap.
Bennett, e.iino In this morning fiom
Hawaii and Maul ports with general
A Host Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING SI. PHONE 525.
should be made and ground
by an expert optician. You
should allow no one else to
tamper with them and your
A. N. SAiFOBO.
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
enrgn of various dcfcrlp l n. Sihe :
perlenced n good trip
THK STHAMr.ll KU ATI ll(V.
Capt Tullett. came In fm.n K i.nl t .
lotenuon with general frcUlit Hlu
docKed nt tho oceanic vtn.irr. wnere
sho commenced to il.chnig' Clio
will leave again for K .a i. ., u. ...
time tomorniw after. m.
THIJ AUMY TIL 3POUT Shei
limn, Capt. lliugiilerre, li'aves for Hie
Oilent at S o'clock this nrieriioou.
While here shu took In iiclilHloii.il
"upplles for the passengerH nlioaid
Till! STHAMSHIP NKIHtASKAN
ot the Amerlciiu-Huwnliaii line, leaves
today at 5 o'clock with a number of
pushcngciH mid Kenoi.il fi eight fiom
THi: MIKA1IALA. Cnpt. (licgory.
leaves for Kauai ports at fi o'clock
this afternoon. As n411.1l tiho lakes
passengers uud freight for the Islnul
- A' w '
: it Kit it it X- : it ii it !
TeinperatuieH r, n. 111, till; t 11. 111,
72; 10 11. 111.. 73; noon, 71; morning
ll.uometer, R 11 ill., 30 10; absolute
humidity, X a. m. R In." grains pir
cubic foot, lelntlvo humldlts. 8 11. 111.,
00 pel cent; dew point, S 11. 111.. 5S.
Wind ; a. 111.. veloclts . direction
n.: h a m, vidoelt.v 10, dliection N.
H.; 10 a. in, wloclls 15, dliection J ,
noon, velocity 12, direction I J.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended i 11
m.. .'Ml Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
bonis ended nt noon. 201 miles.
W'M II STOCKMAN,
Section Director. U S. Weather IJurcan
NEW RESERVOIR NOW IN USE
The new reservoir In tho Nuuanu
dam Is completed and Is In use. Water
Is coming from this reservoii Into the
city water mains and for the flist
time slncu tho big work was started,
tho public In getting somo benefit
from It. Marston Campbell stated
that ho promised to havo the water
flowing Into town fiom dam number
four within sixty daj-s after work was
lesimied, and ho has kept his word In
half the lime.
Ily the end of tho week tho water
will be delivered directly Into icser
voir number one, and hi come straight
to town Work Is going ahead stead
ily on all tho p.uts of the construction
and should bo completed In n shoit
While enibioldeicd ilm and top of
hat, In iiclgliboihood of Central
Union Church IU-tuin this olllce.
Hot Cfoss Buns !
Hot Cross Buns !
One a penny, p
Two a penny,
Hot Cross Buns I
Do not orget that you must have HOT CROSS BUNS JM
on GOOD FRIDAY. G:t them at
Have You Read
PRISONERS OF CHANCE
THE DISSOLVING CIRCLE
THE HEART OF A CHILD
They are some of the best books of the season.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
i 'Iluvv.ill Shlnpo Sin, Limited," Is
'the nam of the luwlv ' iroi piirntcil
imii.iny wlikh has filed application
with llcglMiar Ilapnl The company
1 been doing biislnesi for some
t "i i ast, conducting newspapers and
' i null ntlons 111 tho Teirltory. but just
o i itls filed their application for
i ii irpoiallon nrtlcles.
I The capital stock of Iho llnvvall
'.- Iiipo Sh.i, Limited, Is $12,500. She-
i Is the preside nt or the company
. .id he owns 4!) I shares of tin; totil
lock, which Is 500 share.
.. , .., w , . . (
!. it it ;'. it a- H it it
Tho bind will pliy at the Seasldi
Hotel tonight nt 7 30 o'c-loek. I'ol'cm
lug is the proginm-
Jlaroh "True Illne" ITelke
0eiture "Tell" (h) rcipiest) .Itosslul
ll.tll.id "Tho Palms" Tnuvic
Selection "llohcmlaii till I" ... il.ilfe
Vocal Hawaiian scngs.. ur. by Ilerger
Select Ion "My Old Kentucky
Waltz "1001 Nights" Stiuiiss
I-'Inale "La Lorolla" illund
"The Star Spmglcd llanner"
BIDS ARE OPENED
In tho bids for the building (if the
rhed cm the Soiuison wharf which
were opened j-ostenlay, II l- llcrlel
man put In the loui.l. except lu I lie
matter or Miulfem. I'oui different
bids wene culled foi fli'Ht, for Hu
shed complete; Moond, for tho sheil
without (ho lulling shutters; third
for the shed without any of tho Ut
eessorles, uud fourth, for tho shutters
alone The following were Hie bids
which were all acceptable', though no
decision has been reached us to thii
sueeessliil bidder jet.
V G. CluilineiM, $13,740. $13,01(1
$10,370; $tno; Concrete Constiuc-tlon
Co, $12,2.11. $11 115, $8750, $1011,
Lucas llros. $i:!,7Ul). $12.0'HI. $10,852.
$100- 11 v Beitolninnn. $10.3110,
$0 300, $7,200, $300; 3. II. Cialg. $13
C.T.). $13,039. SlO.lt.O. $3(MI; II. II. De
nies, $13,3lli. $12,41(1. $11277, $15(1.
H0N0KAA TO ISSUE
(Continued from I'nse 1i
will c.irrs Interest ut tho rate of 6
Tho reason for tho floating of the
bond Issue is the debt which the
plantation has incurred with its
agents, Schnefer & Co., and In order
to square this, and In justice to the,
stnckholdcis, tho course stated was
decided upon Tho company has for
somo tlnjo past been under heavy cx
penco on account of impiovements
which havo been mndo and oilier
mattciu. About $150,000 has been
spent on mill Impiovements, two sets
of steam plows havo been purchased,
and a big system of rescivolrs uud
ditches had to bo installed Incidental
to the stalling of tho use of tho wa
ter fiom Uio Hamnkiia ditch. lir
thermuio about $00,000 has been
paid to the Sugar raetors Co. In
assessments, and the company Is still
liable for n 10 per cent. nFsesiment
to the Sugar I'.ietors Co, which will
be covered by the bonds.
SSC- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -fO
. KINO STREET M
THE ANCIENT LAW
ALICE FOR SHORT
William do Moigan
I sir s p "ciu
rs ' j p v 1 B Jte;
n m.ll 'ji in , m pin- sc,
11 I I .it 1 1' I ll H Id' s 13 ft In 0 'JJ III
II 1 m 1 1 j it s ai a rt a si 0 31 in
uan-v jn aw uai ftis osj ft ji
in a mm urn -j'wiiii? w 051 RI,H
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17 4 ISI.S II W 9M11 07 MI? (151 JSI
1 '1 II t , I .It 10 -ill - A I A il h X,
1 .1 ni
III CI Ul II i IM 10 to. (I ft 5S r, S! II -.i
I I I I
I'll 1 1 moon Apt. 1C nt (1:22 n. 111.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian ot 1S7
degrees 30 minutes. TI19 tlmo wills tie
blows nt 1:30 p. m , which M tho same
hs Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local Hutu for tho
;! f. 3t If. )l X X 11, K X Id 3C 3S. 3C X X
t ARRIVED M
5t 3C 3C 3C K Jt ?! ;; n 3t K V X J 3;
Thursday. April 10.
Stmt Claudlno, lleiiueU fiom Maul,
Ilk Dundee, GiistafHseii, fiom Leilli,
i a. 111.
Stiur. Ke An Hon, Tullett, fiom
Knuol. 0.3O a ip.
Sp Diilgo, Goodwin, from Balti
more 12-311 p. in
3t 3f t A 31 3C 30 . t 15 W H )(. It K
' DEPARTED !
31 K 1.1 )i K 3t. it t 3t 3 t H U 1' H t
Wednesilay, April 15.
Slmr Despatch, Kokerwll?, for
Kiiunl, ' p. 111.
Hum. M it ul. HriiiitiM, for Hawaii
luts, 5 p. m.
? u x a x. . 5 :s ;i x i n ;t, 3t; 34
H SAILING TODAY
A 3f 3f Jt Ii ) " !, it ' 31. if ii Jt. ( 33
Stun- Mihihil.i Giegory, for Kauai,
C p. in.
Sltnr. Llkellke, N.iopala, for wind
ward Hiiwull. 5 p 111
A II Ni biaskiin, Kulght, for Sau
Praiiilscn 5 i 1.1
U. S. A T SI11 1 111 111, Ilrugub rro, for
Manila via tin if)) 5 p in.
k-t K it R 3( a t X, Jt 3( X 31 X K "K 34
t )f K 3i J! u it Jl Ji. Jt 31 si if 3C ii H
Slmr Manna Liu, Slniersou, for Ko
nn nnd Kan li noon.
Stiur. CI online. Bennett, from llllo
end Mnui ports.
AiiViX 31 ;: .1 il Jl Ji ;. 3: Jt Jt 31 3t
)i PASSENGERS ARRIVED
ti. it 31 J.; ii JC 31 X JC 35 K Ji Jt 3t ii Jt
Per Stmr. Clniullne. Ucuriutt, from
Lahnliin, AprlWC -!(" Cook, ftlsAn
Notlcy, G. Lall, H C. Crnw'iord, II.
S. Hagcrup, Mrs. 1). ltlchard, Jlis.
Svvnnson, Master Hwnnson Miss Alice
lleiids. Master Molt Smith, Miss I..
Pat.v, Mrs. Nicholson. Mrs. Ileaimioiit,
Master Mrliolsun, .1 K. Ak-iu v.lie
mid Inrant, W. Vldn, i: C Mellor, Jno.
D. Duarte, A. O Dickens, 1 i: llleh
i.idiou, (1. (1. Seeing, Miss G. K.
Iliown, T. 07akl, Cs It. Dement and
Per stnu. Hilonlan, from Sail I'ran
cIbco, Apill 15 Mis. ,1. ) sun and 3
ehlldieu. Mis. A. S. Dumpiness, :',
children and maid, W. It. Feltoii and
wire, .viis. -.ellei, v. 1:. Hliaw ami
vvlfo, II. N. Tlnimernian, Gllbeit Hills,
Duke Young, W Hoist, Itov. Niemann,
Mis. James Hussell mid child, C Itus
bidl, J. S. Itlttirliand. Win Vnndei
ford. F. A Tavlcii, .1. I'm la. Win llln
ger. W T A 111 fe Id.
K li 3t U it 3f ; -ti ".( V 3; v 15 M
Jv PASSENGERS BOOKED X
Jt It 3t 31 Jl Jl Jt Jl Jl II JI Jl H 'I 31 Jl Jt
Per stmr. M uuia Loa, Slmorson, for
Kail Ports, April 17.' 12 noon A.
Giieneio, Masicr It. Akea, I. H. Tim
tas, C. Wollei-s, It. P. UohUison, J. A.
Miigntm, Mis. .1 A. M.igoon, Master
W Pat hi, .1. D. I'.uls. Chas. Meliieelie
Per S. S Nebraskan. for Sail Finn
tlsco, Apill Hi, 5 p 111 Mr3 Chinch,
3 ehlldieu uud maid, I10111 Kahulul;
Mis Heeoids, Chas. F. Iluej, Dr. L.
V. AHiiies, Mr. and Mis. 13. 1 Me
I low lit, II. Diiiiklue II. Hedeniann.
Per stmr. .Mikahulu, for Kauai.
Apill Hi. 5 ji. 111 -Miss M.ug.iiet W.lt
eihouse, II. A. .laeger, W. Stoddait,
Sand. K Auebn, W. Crawford, T. Ko
niaisii, S. Spitz P Pick.
Per stmr claudlne, for Mnill and
Hawaii, April 17, 5 p m. C II. Ilro.ul.
Ilev. A. L. Hall, H. 13. lllchards. Frank
Cook, .I II. Ileuteu-, Henry Ileuter,
WILL BE NAMED
Secielms Moit-Smllh slated jestep
dnv that he would iianio the lleet eoni
uiltteii, as soon as hu piuslbly hail
Iho lime He said that be had been
mi buns of late thai he had not h id
the time to give the matter the piope-i-couKlileintlon
The lists havo been piepnied lis tho
I'N-pcullvo committee nud the dlffeient
heads of the vailous other committees
in nteit.iliimi nt will piobablj -hu
Mined v.lihln this week.
Itepiesi iitutlvrH or Ihe Culled 1L1II
10 ids obliei to pioslslous or oidl.innce
legulating stu-et cm tuiinc
GET NEXT "
to yourself andlet us build ilutt ca
noe, rowintj-boa't, or yacht which you
have in mind. Ve'll have it ready
in no time, nnd 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.