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bvenino niiaTm, honoltjmj.t ii, Saturday, apr. is, ioos
Pacific Stated Third Degree
Oceanic First Degree.
Rose Croix Ceremony of the
Light 7 CO p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
All visiting members of (he
order Are cordially Invited to
attend mcttlngi of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Nd. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 la 1. 0. O. V. Hall, Fort Stieet.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary
ben. r. vicKcns, n o.
All vlsltlns brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets ovory 'luesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
fort and Uorctanla. Visiting broth
rs cordially Invited to attend.
W. I.. LYIiK, CO,
F. WALDRON, K.RS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:30 In K. ot P. Hall, corner Fort
and lleretnnla. Visiting brotliets
cordlnlly Invited to attend.
a. o dekkixq, c c.
JA3. W WHlTi:, K.I13.
HONOLULU LODGE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, U. P. O
K., will meet In their hall on King
Dear Fort street every Friday even
Dy order nt tho K It.
HENRY C EASTON,
WM. II. McINEHNY, K. II.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.of P,
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Port and Deretanta. Visiting broth
er cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. FltAZEB, C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON, OS.
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
Beretanln and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. FRA55EE. W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
dayo of each month at Knights nl
Pythian Hail. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend. ,
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
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NO HOSE NEEDED,
' Tel. 109
4000 Green Rooting Slate 10"xir,'
BOO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
l,2S-gal)oii Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 1J Wrought Pipe
, EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
jewelry is something wliich 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 riiht; so are the
nriVea. If wo can't do business the
fault won't be ours.
1013 NUUANU NEAR KING.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY,
m S. TATAINI
Hb, Emma St, near Beretanla.
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i Folding Carts
King and Bethel Sts.
Auto First Aid
For Accidents on
the road. No automobilist
should ro ori a ran -without
one of these convenient nack
ages. Bandages, dressings,
everything needed in an emer
gency. CONVENIENT TO CARRY.
Nicely packed in case.
Benson, Smith fc
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR, FORT AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING OARS and RUNABOUTS.
FR0MNEWY0RK and PARIS
MISS POWER'S. ..'... .BosUn Bldg,
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
P ongee Sik
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Eoretanla at Phone 1491.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
3T Let a Bulletin Want Ad. cet
busy for you. It will save a lot of
A clean City means health.
Jno Mngulro wns n passenger on
lliu Mnunn Ken
Lewis & Cd nro making n special
nalc of clilnan are
Call at the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n office fur a
Ciit C W Otwcll returned from
I'll lo todn) In I ho Maunn Ken
Futnam Health Fills make rich
blood, 60c. a package Try them
Honk' Honk! Cull 1111, J. A. Mc
l.eod, for the pleaBantost auto ride
A hoii was born to tlio v.lfo of Hob
ert 1. Wllhclui at Ijihalna on Tlitirs
Attornej Leon Straus left for Ma
nlla Thursday afternoon In the Slier
C. J. Weight nnd Capt. C. J. Camp
bell were arrivals on tho Maunn Kc.i
Mi. nnd MrB. J. II. Parker camo
down thlK morning on tho stcamci
A. Alirenu nnd Mr. and Mrs Jas
Glbb-nniL family urrled on thu Man
na Ken todn)
Theo. Rlclinrda of tho Hawaiian
Honid, returned fiom his business trip
on tho Mnunn Ken
Take jour carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Monty. Co, for
Tho Seaside cottages nre delightful
In the summer time Kngago a cot
tage now for tho noason.
Try the beer at tho Hoffman E.
cry Klaus just as cold as It should be
and as snappy as can be desired.
Tlio Alameda will have room for
twenty four or Ihlrty more passenger
In addition to those nlrcndy booked
Tom Qulnn has gone Into tho auto
hack business with a line four-passen
ger Ilulck ajid Is prepared to furnish
tho best possible servlco. Phono 361.
Mi nnd Mrs V. W Harris, former
1 of this city, were among the liicom
Ing passengers on the Mnunn Ken to
dn). Don't miss tho big discount sale of
boj s" wash nnd nil wool suits tit
lllom's Wash suits nro selling from
koc to U
Order somo of the shad or salmon
which the Metropolitan Meat Co re
eclved by tho Alninedn on Friday. Tel
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprlsod at Its cuillnr.
and preservative proportles. Catlfornlii
Feed Co , agents.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
A dance, given by tho I'ortugtieso
Ilecrcutlon Club, will take place this
ovcnlng ut San Antonio Hall, Ernest
Kaal will furnish tho music.
Tho Cnthollc Church of St. John tlio
Ilnptlet, Knllhl-wncnn, In charge of
Itov Father Clement. Tomorrow,
April 19th, Easter Sunday, tho day of
tho resurrection of our Lord, 8,30 a
m , high mass, sermon, collection,
Sunday school, 4 p. m , ItoBary.
The Catholic Church of tho Sacred
Heart, .Marquesxllle, I'uuulioii, in
charge !f Ituv. Father Clement, to
morrow. April 10th, Easter Sunday, 11
a. m , hIMi mass, sermon, collection
3 p in, Hosarj, Sunday school
In the application of Loners .
Cooko to register nnd confirm tftlo to
certain lands, the petition of rehear
ing wnB set for Monday next,
Tho arbitration enso ot the Konu
Development Company vs. r. 11 Me
Stocker nnd M. K, Scott has ljecn ap
pealed from tho Circuit Court.
Mnrln Colon, tho Porto Rlcnn wo
man who figured as tho, main witness
lor tho prosecution in tho Damon
murder case, died at tho Queen's hos
pltal last Wcdncbda) from a hemor
rhage. She had on scleral occasions
done good servlco for tho police as nn
The Supervisors will bo nmonfythe'
spectators nt thu wrestling match at
tho Orphcum tonight. At their meet
ing jesterday forenoon. Chairman
Hustaco presented to each of his flock
a ticket for the show tonight. They
nro going thero to encourngo Frank
Kunae. They nro backing Kanao with
a half dozen boxes of cigars.
Uurned timber on tho land of Wnla-nae-uka,
tho hulk ot which lies Insldo
of tho proposed forest reservation
coloring about 130 acres of land and
170 acres In which lies more or loss of
said burned timber was sold nt mic
tion todn) by James 1". Morgan to At
tomey Cooper for W. L Hopper for
$2250. Terms wcio cash.
Tho bankruptcy application of Pang
Ung Kill, a restaurant keeper, was In
Tlio final accounts of Chang Kim
ns tomporary administrator of tho es
tate of C. Wlnam, have been fllod, and
tlio former puts in an application for
$46.10, which ho says Is duo hint.
Kalapuna M, Williams was this
morning appointed tho guardian of
Robert, Ernest and Solomon Williams,
minors, without bond.
Tho case of tho Territory vs. Oraco
Campbell has been postponed until a
weok from today.
Judgo Do Roll this morning gavo
Judgment In faor of tho plalutirt in
the stun of $18 90 In tho cuso of Ella
K. Maker vs Charles Petrasko,
Fresh shipment of Lelmltardt's
chocolates, Calller's Swiss Milk Choc
olato and Lowne)'s nssortcd 10c pack
ages nt Henry May & Co Phone 22.
Now assortment of National Biscuit
Co cakes and crackers at Henry May
& Co. Phono 22.
0ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, April 14.
NEWCASTLE Balled April 8.
Am schr. Hillings, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO-Snllcd April 14
S 8 Mongolia, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 14. '
S S Korea for Honolulu
Wednesday, April 15.
SEATTLE Sailed, April II.
A 11 S. S. Mexican, for Honolulu
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed April II
Am 8. 8, Lnnslng, for Honolulu
II 1 1.0 Arrived April 13
Am S S. Enterprise, from San
KAHULUI Arrived April 16:
A -II S. S. Arlzonan, from Honolulu
Thursday, April 16.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 16:
Jnp S 8. Hongkong 'Muru, hence
ELEELE Snlled April 12.
llr S. S Adato, for Newcastle
Friday, April 17.
PORT GAMBLE Sailed April 10
Am schr. Okanognn, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Arrhed Apill 17
Jap S. S Nippon Maru, hence
SALINA CRUZ Sailed April j5
All 8. S. Texan, for San Diego.
Saturday, Aorll 18.
PORT (1AMIILE Sailed April 16
Am schr. Okanogan, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Apill 17
Jap. S. S. Nippon Maru, licnrc
SALINA CRUZ Sailed April 15
A II 8. S. Texan, Tor b.u Diego
HII.O Sailed Apill 1 ,
Am schr. W. II, Marslon, loi San
MAIIUKONA Sailed Ap-P 17
Am schr II. C. WnUt. for San
SAN Fit NCISCO --Sailed Apill 17
A II 8 8. Nnndnil foi Honolulu
BRISBANE Sailed April IB
8 S Aornngl, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April IS
Am bk. Annie Johnson, from llllii
Am lik. Mohican, fiom Maluikona
Am schr. Ilelono, from Ho.iolpu
Am schr. Muriel, fiom llouolpii
Am Mlu I'uako, fiom Hainan ill
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 18
Am bk. It P. Rlthet, for Honolulu
K J 3, K f B. 8 E Ji 3 IS K tt
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
K it K it & 3C K K X il J K S H
CAPTAIN M'INNES of the ship
Luetic made n mlstaks when he re
ported the bnik George Curtis as the
esscl that Ignored his signals nf
distress on April 3, ns the George
Curtis nrrhed hero March 27 nnd
was alongside tho wharf on the day
that CaFptnln Melnnes Hugged the
ship that dldn t heed The It I
Rlthet of tile same lino arrived heru
April C and was probably tho vessel
to which Captain Jfcliinos signaled
Captain Mclnncs In his log notes tlmtj
mo vessel line ucorgu minis, ins
log reads) was about eight miles
nway Captain McDonald of the III
thct reported upon his arrhal hiyc
Hint ho hud seen a few dn)s before
a chkc1 which ho took to lie tuu Lu
etic Ho saw no signals of distress
It was on the strength of Captain
McDonald's report that the ruto ot
reinsurance on the Lucllo wns reduc
ed to 15 per cent. Call.
THE GERARD C. TOI1EY. which
left San Francisco for Honolulu April
12, Is bringing 1500 tons of fi eight
nnd the George Curtis, which left tho
same da), has aboard about 1 1)00
tons of freight for this poit. Thny
nro expected to arrho hero the same
THE TORMER MASTER of tlio
steamship Clt) of Panama has been
appointed captain of tlio steamship
Mongolia, succeeding Captain Hath
nwny, who died unexpcctedl) In
Shanghai while tho Mongolia was
thcro. Capt W Fisher, tho ten first
ofllccr. brought lnck tho big lino;
without mlslinp nnd on that account
tho passengers, ospeclnllysthoso who
innilo tho leturn trip with Fisher ns
n commander hud imped that ho would
ho periniinentl) mudo tho captain of
tho Mongolia Tho passengers who
came with him nil spoke well of him
Tho San Fianclsco papers do not say
what post Fibber would get, but It If
probable that ho will bo retained as
first olncor on tho Mongolia. Captain
Morton was formerly first ofllccr ol
EARLY THIS MORNING the
steamship Mauna Kca, Capt, Freo
man, returned fiom her regular route
and docked nt her usual placo. She
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BE,ST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 3. KING ST, 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. SAMP,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
KiMKKKKXK-Jt st n.X -
.MKAt3t.lrtJ!.;tJJXM-'i !! i
Per S 8 Alameda Tin San 1 .
claco, April 22, 10 i m ,1 an
Mrs, T J Nealond, .Mr an i M.s A
T Hrock, Mrs I. Frate -m 1 Him
iney, Mrs. 12. Rousl, M C M luail
Mrs. N. S. Norrls and infant, Mr. uii
Mrs. R. L. Marston (linernor and
Mis. Frcar, child an. iiilil, Mr and
.Mrs. J. C. Cohen, Mrs. (I F Urnckelt
and son, Mrs J. F McCriim, .Miss A.
Jenkins, .Mrs (1 II. Hornier, It. S
Hosmcr, Mr. and Mrs Glrnrd, Miss
Ada Aderck, Mrs A. V. liiman, Mrs
J A. Vcrret nnd Infant, Miss C E
Gilbert, Miss AIlco Porter, Mr. and
Mrs. J, O Woollc). Mr nnd Mrs. Do
Itt, Mr. nnd Mrs. W O. Smith, Mrs
U. Cameron, Miss C. Stewart, 'Mr. nnd
Mrs. Thoi. Fitch, Mr and Mrs. II Du
mont, II. C. Smnllcy, Alex. Smalley
Mrs. K M. Lnwler, Miss Lanier
Eustnco Ciilllmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. O L.
Illgelow nnd child. Mr nnd Mrs ,.I 3
Spltzen, Jnmes I. Fenwlck, C. G ll.ul
left, Mrs. Ana Logan, Miss Ma) Log
in, Mrs A. C Freeman and dnughter
C a Smith, J. Young, Jas W Pratt,
Mr. und Mrs. .1 II Parker, Mrs J I.
P. Robinson, .Mrs W. 11. Coole), Miss
M. Cooley, 11 Rosenberg., 12 W. Duck
wall mid nlfo. Mr. Iliiiisheo, A. II. VI
trrn, W. C. L)on, W. II I.)on, W II
Coole), J (J Cooley, J J. McLaugh
lin, .Mrs J. J. MeUuiglilln, Mrs. Geo
Onen, Mrs. Dnld Whitney, Mr. nnd
.Mrs limine) Scott. MrB. Hugo Ficnr
niul daughter. G N. nnd H. K Smith,
Miss I. Smith, MrB. John A McCnnd'
less, MIhs Madgu MrCiindlcss, Jim
McCandless, A Gartle), 12 A Knud
sen and wife.
Per S S Hllonlnn, sailing April 21
.Mrs Capt. Saundei3, Miss Saiind
era, Mrs Carrlo Jacobs Uund, Mrs. P
M Wlckham, 8 Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs
T S Kaj.Mr mid Mis J G Woolley
Mrs. C. Cnrclton and jao children,
Mrs. Owen nnd daughter, Mr. nnd
Mrs. K. O. Hall. Mrs, Av F. Cooke.
Mrs. Helen A. Woaor, Mrs. C. Murl
nsky, Mrs R. S. Norr(s and child, Mrs
C M Lewis, Mrs. F, l). Angus, Capt
O Aterdum, Mrs. W C. McGonagle,
.Mr. and Mrs. Eklo, O C. Jones, Eu
geno Ncff, Mrs. Grnco Iloardmaii
Mrs. C. l.)Rleger & Sou. Mrt, Mntlill
do Calhoun, Miss Mj A. Peck, Mr. nnd
Mrs. G S. Blgelow and child, II. C.
Smnllcy, Alcxnnder Smnllu). Mrs. A
SuehUo nnd child. Miss Ado Adrockt
wm u. Mon, jiiss Uarney. Mr. nnd
Mrs. A T. IJrock und child, Mr. and
Mrs O. Schwordt Hcger nnd three
children, Mnlcolmn Mclntyro, J.
Young, James McCandless. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A McCandless, Mies Madge
McCandless, Mrs. Urpnster Cameron
Mrs M. C Albright, II Loach. Mr.
i.nd Mrs 12 F McD'iriu't, Miss KHz
abeth Rouso, Mis. Allen McIIojIq
MrB Glbb, Miss fill b, Mr Gli '
Per S S Mongolia for tho Orient
April 20. Miss A C Rogers. Miss II.
F Rogers. Mis John II Tliomns, Miss
Mm) Mil) Thomas, Miss Isabel Thoin
as, Mr and Mrs A J. Ilolfliig. Mrs
M C Aldrltli, LI Choung. wife and
.1 children, Geo H Ilrown, Ellson Jor
dan, W II Heen and nlfo. Mis G (
Suing and child, Mrs. Christian A.
) it ii h h H x it, K W If
bioiight n niimbci' of prominent peo
nle including sugar kings, rntichmen
legislators, ofilccrs of the Army and
Nay, evangollsts, merchants and
tradesmen Iloth her trips, putwnrjl
nnd Inn aril, were plensant und noth
ing unusual hn'd taken place .Among
tho passengers who camo down on
her wero II P Ilaldnln, Cnpfaln Ot
well, Thcodoro Rlclnrds, S. P. Woods
and booraI otlii-rs.
AS SOON ,S tho plans for nn ad
dlllon to tho Seiiinau's Institute, wliich
nro being iliawn by Architect 11. U
Kerr nro completed, Lucas Bios, the
contractors, will commenco work on
tlio addition It will cost nbnut one
thousand dollnis. F. W Evcrtnu,
manager of tho Institute, acknowl
edges tho receipt of many donations
THE GERMAN steamship Islo,
reached San Frnnclsco April 8 from
Clmmpoilro Whllo nt Mngdalonn
Hay, tho Uso ran short of coal nnd
thiough tho courtesy of Admiral
Thomas, who furnished her enough
coal, sho was enabled to complete her
THE HARK W, II MARSTON will
lono Illlo next Wednesday for her
destination at Sun Fianclscii She
wlUlako along with her a cm go of
THE MONGOLIA with 210 cabin
passengers aboard hor will niiho
huo next Monday. Thoro nio 150
Chlneso nnd Jnpancso In tho steerage
Sho has n very largo cargo for the
orient, most of which Is cotton and
machinery for Japan Sho will take
from her a largo list of passengers
THE TRANSPORT - SHERIDAN,
which was lindocked at Mine Island
will leavo for tlio Orient about Anrll
20th It was stated In tho Mini tlml
tho army ofllcerH will awaul tho
transport Sheiman Job to the local
st at foil
TII2 HARK II. C WHIQIIT. which
completed discharging at Mahukona,
left thero )osteiday .for San Trnn
IATE OF SHIP WILLIAM P. FRYE
FOUND HIMSELF FORCED TO
GO AROUND THE HORN
II wnsn't oxnttl) a shanghai,'"
-I Ined Herman R Smith, llrst
i M of the Anicilc.in full-rlggcd
Ii ,i William P Fr)o, to n New York
.'.cnlng Telegram reporter "It was
it u ft loudly kidnapping! but,
3crthcless, my wife did not know
hcie 1 wns for more than live
nonths, nnd 1 ni)sclf never thought
I'd be mate of the Fr)c "
Sinlth" left San Francisco on No
xombcr 2. but ho was not nwnrc of
It until tho next da), when he found
himself two hundred miles nwa
from tho Pnclllc Coast port, on board
the gieat steel ship commanded b)
Captain James Murph), better known
is "Shenandoah" Murphy,
The Frye. left San Frnnclsco with
u cargo of 500,000 cases of salmon
nnd 3,000 tuns of barley. Captain
Murph), according to -tho story he
spun nt the Hush Stores, where tho
Frye's cargo is being discharged
needed a mate nnd Smith looked like
a rikcly llrst o Ulcer to him. Smith
paid i social call on tho Captain on
the evening of November 2, nnd he
never awoke to the fact that he was
to Inko u deep-sea voyngo until the
"dull grey dawn" of tho morning nf
tcr. Tho minute that the William P
Fr)o lied up to her pier In South
lliookl)ii, Male Smith sent a tele-
ginphlc dispatch to his wife, telling
ho would bo on his wny homo within
the hour. Then ho packed up his
belongings, which wero few, wns
paid off b) the skipper, nnd took u
fast train to tho West.
"1 never was tienttd better aboard
a ship than 1 was aboard tho 1'ije
by Captain Murphy," ho declared. "I
had a good time with tho skipper the
nfght of November i. and I vo had a
real enjoyable passago of It slnco vc
went down tho Pacllle mij iniiio up
the Atlantic, liv vviij of tho Horn, anil
arrived sard) In New York which I
never expected to see. So I iinvo in
kick coming "
Captain Muiphy, uftcr ho lnM
Smith that ho was hound for Now
York via Cnpo Horn and that hu was
to bo Muiphy'a first niato, discovered
that Smith was a uteanihti.it uintu and
had never been on a (sailing vessel
The five months that til psed since
the Fr)o left 'Frisco, lionovm, hat
served tp make a first class wlndjam
mer Bailor out of tho "I'l'iuiglinlud"
Captain Murphy has made fiftj
tight vo)ageB mound tho Hoin He
has been a master for tu:rt)-suvui
.)enis and ho staited liefoio tho masi
when h wns thlitcen Ho kept ut it
except for two ycari when ho became
(if age, but ho qulckl) drifted back lo
tho sea again nnd -jtiij t il Ihcie. lie
tins never lost a ship ami ho has com
manded eight full rigged Aiueilcan
vessels before ho took tho 'W .Ilium P
Fr)o. Ho hns been capimn of the
David Brown, Alexander, Nortliaiiip
ton, Yorktown, William F Habcock,
Kcnllnorth, Slienandoah and tho Arth
ur Sen nil.
In tho Yorktonn In 1878 ho innde
(he voyage from M-mlla to Now York
In nlntity-nino ill)-) and on tho She
nnndoah ho mndo tlio run tiom San
Francisco, to New York In 1S0G In
ninety-two dn)s Two )ears later ho
made tho tlip fiom Hie Pacific to Liv
crpool in iiltiLt) eight dii)s. Ho com
manded tho Habcotk for nluo )oars
and tho Shenandoah eloven )enrs.
Captain Murphy rememberu tho
good iIiijh when fort) -six Aiuerlrun
built sailing shlis left Ilatli, Malno,
In ono season. Tlio Fr)o Is n steel
ship throughput nnd her luxurious
cabins nro second only to tlio finest
to bo found on tho great tiansatlantlc
steamships of today.
WILHKLM In Lahalna, April 1C,
1908, to tho wlfo of Robert L.
Wlllielm, a son.
Chemist Diickwnll, who nrrlvcd heio
a short llmo ago, bus uiiniigod with
tho principal local pineapple planter
lor tlio use of his patent pmkcbs foi
tho converting of the parings and otli
cr waslo from tho canneries Into vn
lions by-products, biicli ns elder,
S)rup, vinegar, etc
M A Sllvn, who wns lent to the
Coast b) tho plauteia, writes that
about fifty or a hundred Const Por
tuguese want to como lieio us lalioi
crs. Tho number of deaths which have
occurred in tho district of Honoliu,
from contagious diseases, for tlio nr
teen dn)s ended April 15, 1908. it ie
ported us follows Diphtheria, 1; tu
borculosls, 5 Total, fi
to vourself and let us Imibl tVmf m.
noc, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the nrirr uHH b n
low that you will wonder how we can
no it. weve done it, however: so
we KNOW. '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
.tune nr Alapai,
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Frill moon Apr. 10 nt 0.22 n in
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 bourn
30 minutes slower than Greenwich)
time, being that of tho meridian of 157'
legrecs 30 minutes. Tho time vvhlstlo
blows nt 1'30 p. m , which Is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moan are for local time for tho
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Sntiirda), April 18.
HI in r Mnuua Ken, Freeman, from
llll.i ml wa) ports, 7.20 a. m
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Tilda), April 17
Hlnir Mauna Lua, hlmeircn, for
Koun , 'id Kali, 12 no n.
Stni) Claiidlne, lici'ieh, for llll
nnd Maul ports, 5 ,u
Schr. Ku .Mol, Ilipa, fiK llllo, Na
poojioo und Kalliiu
Srhr Mol Wiihliie Kajaleblll, for
Stun Noeau, Mill hell, for llonoKaa
and Kiikullinelo, 5 p in
Slmr Ko An Hon, Tullelt, fur
Kauai, 5 p. in.
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Pel 8 S Mauna Kea, Freeman,
fiom Illlo, April 18, 7 20 n. m.
A. Logic, Miss I. Logic,. S. A Duke,
General It II Prntt, Mrs. 11. II.
Piatt, Miss M Duke, Mis Loudon,
C. A. Kupperbe), A. lie Hnvlland,
Mis St Snjrcs, J. II. Parker, Mis.
II Parker, Mis. II Frcar, W. II.
Shlpmam Mis M C Wlddelleld, Cap- '
tain C J. Campbell, H. "Loulsson, R.
( Ilnitninn, E. J. Weight, M. P.
O'llrlen, Mrs M. P. O'llilcn, Master
P. O'llrlen, C. M. Lovstad, F. E.
Savv)cr, Miss M. A. Peck, W. W.
Harris, Mis. W. W. Harris, A. G.
Curtis, Capt. C. W Otwcll, C. Hcile
mnnn, J. Mons.uint, A. 12. Jordan, 12.
J. Cluike, Geo. Watt, F. W. Mllver
ton, G Goshl, Mis. II T. Walkei,
Theo Rlcliaids, S P Woods, 'Mis.
S. P Woods, R II Elgin; E. J. wal
ker, It. S Norrls, F. A. Ilacnilsh, Jno.
Mngulic, 12 E Connnt, G. C. Hof
gaard, W. W llriincr, A. Alliens,
Jns OlI)b, Mis, Jas. Glbb, Miss 12.
Glbb, Wliini Glbb, L. Go Chin, L.
Ah Chew, L King Row, M. Mcdelios,
Mrs M Medclros, Mlsa 12. Meilelros.
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J. Bell, W Motoshlgc, Henry Lee.
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Per stun Mauna I.oa, Slinerson, for
Kail ports, Apill 17, 12 noon A.
Guerieio, Muster It. Aken, J It. Fioi
tas, C Wolleis, R P. Itohlusiiii, J. A.
Mugoou, Mis J A. Miigoon, Master
W. Pails, J. I) Pails, Chas Melmcke.
Per stmr. iJaudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii. April 17. 5 p 111. C II. Broad,
Itov. A. L. Hall, 12. 12 Richards, Fiauk
Cook, M. II Renter, Henry Houtei.
WIIJi the coniplelion of n tovcnlv
fl.ve pnli cable between Omaha mid
Council Hlulls, the Omaha ludepoii-
dent Teleillionn rnmn.inv unu nl.,.,.
connection with half a million tele-
Pinnies in inwa, South Dakota, Min
nesota, Illinois and MIbsoiiiI
Government press agents now thoin
In side of Washington law niakois.
List of delegatus Instructed for Tuft
IncieiiBed to 202 or more.
Hnrr) Pollard, actor at the Mission
theater, San Fiaucisco, was serlousl)
SllOt ll) Ills Wife. Willi K.IVH It unu ,,,
Edwin Cramer, teller nf ll,,, i i.
of Los Angeles, loviints with Jioofi,
hh ilownfall being duo 10 belting on
hoi so racos,
Join uov men nluniberu uinim nn... u
and helpers bold convention ut San
Joso mid elect statu cifllceis.
Admiral Evans Jokes while inking
hot mud baths, su)lng "ibis Is iieiuei
hell than I ever was "
MelllbeiS Of llin emeil u,,rr
league object to oxpicsslon "wage
earners of the tenderloin.' as desig
nation of denizens of K, hn ,nh.
vv 11 11,,,.. n . .
el 1 """" "uviires conn 01 or
hprlng Vallo) natoi rnmpaii). Supei
Visors and illrortmu ,,r il,,.
to consider plans for the Joint man
agement of the piopeity preliminary
to its purchase hj tho clt)
What Is said to bo thu HibI transla
lion or the M( Viittakn." or "Sa)lugH
ol Buddha," Into English , been
in.nle bv I iihi In 11 M,,, u, ,.i..,
In thu Oi lentil languages depiiitineiil
in e-uiiiiiiuia university
Ilorr Gioeber, centrist lender lu tho
Reichstag has apologized to the mom
bers of the press gallery for ills ac
tion In leferrlns to them as "swine,"
and the) have resumed publication ot
tlieli iMilluiiivntniy loports.
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