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evening nuuTETiN, 'iioNOLULO, f. ii., Monday, april 55; imrrr
WEEKLY CfttEBDftR J
Leahl Chapter No, 2 Regular
Oceanic 2nd Degree.
All visiting members of ho
urder are cordially Invited to
ttend meltings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moats every Monday evening at
7: SO In I 0 0 F. Hall. Fort Stieet.
E It HENUIIY, Secretary.
BKN. V. VICKKlia, N U.
All visiting brother very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Maeti every luesday evening at
30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and lieretnnlc. VUltlng broth
rs cordlully Invited to attend,
W. L. LYLE, CO,
F. WALDKON, K.113.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. o( P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:S0 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Oeretanla. Visiting brothers
rordlally Invited to attend.
A O. DEERING, C C.
JAS. V. WHITE, K.I13.
S0N0LULU 10DQE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, II. P. O
E., will moot In their hall on King
sear Fort street every Friday even
ing. By orrtnr nt the K It
HENRY C. EA8T0N.
WM H. McINERNY. E. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Baturday evening nt
7:S0 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting broth'
in cordially Invited to attend.
V. I, FIIAZEK. CO..
K. A. JACOBSON, K.K.S.
HONOLULU AEREE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the Snd and 4th WED-
NKSDAY evenings of each month at
7: SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Boretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Kaglee are Invited to at
W. h FRAZEB, W Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Seey.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knight) of
I'ythlan Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially InvJUd to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of n.
NO HOSE NEEDED,
4000 Oreen Hoofing Slate 10"xlB.
SOO One and Two Prong Iron Fonce
1 25-gallon Drum Commeiclal Eth
er, 1 Castiron rating with Flanges,
for 13" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
jewelry is something which you'll be
wanting, either for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and see what we have to offer.
The goods are right; so are the
nrKes. If we cav't do business the
fault won't be ouis.
1018 NUDXIIU NEAR KING.
- EAMIiOJ FURNITURE
, Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania
"jwhhiiiiiiii'IiW nifflii'i mm hi 1 1.
h-lng and Bethel Sts.
For Accidents on
the road. No automobilist
should go on a run without
one of these convenient nack
ages. Bandages, dressings,
everything needed in an emer
gency. PRICE, $1.00.
CONVENIENT TO CARRY.
Nicely packed in case.
Benson, Smith &
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG GO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
Most Fetching Eastern Styles.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg,
NEW GOODS OF
Gross Linen and
P ongee Sik
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jone by the
1 Ith their n.w FRENCH dry cleaning
268 eoretanla 81 Phone 140 1.
S BULLETIN ADS. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
EOT Let a Bulletin Want Ad. get
busy for you. It will save a lot of
A clean City means health.
lleiit Franklin cars. Btkyds. StbU.'
Dr. Derb) enme oor from Kauai
Call at the Bulletin office for a
H Kneo a well known resident of
Kniuil. camo over )eBterda).
V II Itlco of Kaunl camu down 011
lite steamer Hall )osterday.
Nlcul) furnished rooms nt 1157
Union Btreet. Sei nd, this Inane.
Putnam Health Pills make rich
blood; 50c. a. package. Try them.
Admiral Very mado his farewell
cull on Oovenuir Frear this morning
Honk I Honk Call 1111, J. A. Mc
Leod. for the pleasantest auto ride.
The Hllnnlnn Imiught anchors for
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
12 C Knudson of Kauai was nn ar
rlvnl In the steamer V. (1 Hall from
J. F. llrown and family came 1 ick
from Molokal having arrived In the
Take your cerclage or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co. fnr
11 D Ilnldwln of Kauai was anion),
the p-isengers who came down on
the steamer Hall.
The Seaside cottages are delightful
in the summer time. Engage a cot
tags now for the season.
I. Ahov, Niiunnii below Hotel stieet,
has 11 new line of belts which he is
selling at ery low prices.
Try the beer at thu Hoffman Ev
ery glass Just as cold as It should be
and as snappy as can be deilred
The prettiest hats of the Enstcr sea
son were bought at the millinery p.ir
lors of Miss Power, Boston building
Hlom Is Helling this week a line line
of boj ' wash suits and all wool suits
nt big discounts 1-3 off on nenrl
Sccrelsir) Mott Smith Rtnled this
morning that work on the Fleet Com
mltte would be begun Just ns boon ns
the Governor had left.
If your ch register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
George I.lshman hns been appointed
1 mounted police olllcer to III! a vac
ancy which has existed for boveral
monlhs He will begin his new duties
nt tho end of the month
Detective Joo l.enl mado n raid on
ii Chlneso gambling house nt Kaneohc
)esterday, nt resting ten phi)crs The)
all forfeited their b ill of J10 each In
the Police Court this morning
Now that 1-ent Is over everyono Is
anxious to havo some of the best tu
cat after fasting for so long n peilod
The Ttojal Annex will give ou nil
jou w.int and of tho best for tho low
August Sheldon pleaded guilty to
burglary In the second degrco this
moinlng nnd was sentenced to three
months nt liaid labor Sheldon Is a
)oung chap, nnd It was I1I3 first of
fensc consequently the light sen
Among the island peoplo who nre
booked to leave on the Mongolia for
tho OitSnt aro W II Upon nnd wife,
Mis G. G. Scong of I.ahaln 1 and child,
Geo. II Drown, I.I Cheung, ex-bccre-Lu)
of the Chlneso Consulate, and
family, and Mrs SI. C Aldilch.
Manager llallcntyne of tho Hono
lulu Rapid Transit &. Land Co , Is
said to bo preparing to put In extra
cars on tho waterfront when the fleet
arrives hero In July. This will bo
carried out for tho convenience of
the naval ns well us the Honolulu peo
ple. The will of Paul Lempke was this
morning admitted to probate In Judge
Lindsay's court, and Agnes Lcmpke
was appointed executrix without bond
J. II Schnnck, J. Marcalllno. and W
I.. Howard, threo disinterested per
sons, were appointed appraisers with
Chns. Grunstreum, n Swede who
was charged with Interfering with Of
ficer Peter whllo ho was making an
arrest, was discharged by Judgo An
drado this morning Tho cases of Ka
mlM Aukal, John l'urst nnd M. An
derson, nil charged with assault and
battery, were continued.
During tho wholo of last week tho
volcano continued to bo very active.
being more so on eich. Biicceedlpgn
night The whole floor was n mass
of flro and within two hundred feet
fio uithe lop. On Saturday night the
fountain of flro shot up level with tho
brink nnd visitors found It haid to
leavo tho spot and return to tho Vol
cano House. Hawaii Hcitild.
Tho Illlo lodgo of Elks held their
anuiul Installation last evening when
tho-followlng became officers for the
ensuing )car: Exalted Ruler C. F
Parsons; Esteemed Leading Knight
.1 I). Huston, Esteemed Lnjal Knight
F E Hlme; (absent, but to be Install
cd later.) Esteemed Lecturing Knight
11. II Moorhead; Sccietary, Dr.
Henry Ilnjes; Treasurer, J. D. Ken
ned) ; Tyler. Carl Wlchert; Tiustcd,
J. T Molr, (reelected) Tho ap
pointive offices will bo announced by
thn new Exalted Iluler later
A dozen prlboners have, boon work
ing on tho new park lot, the old jnll
slto, 1 amoving old trco trunks, stones,
bottles, tin cans nnd other rubbish,
nlso leveling it i so ns to mako n good
plavground for chlldicn living In the
neighborhood All that It now needs
Is n light fence mound It, similar to
the 0110 nt Moohcau Pnik, and this
has been promised by Supervisor
Todd, Wm. Vaunattn, Superintendent
of the Illlo Water Works, and Jullor
J, H. Mnby have beon in correspond
ence with the Superintendent of Pub
Ho Work!, and tho' High Sheriff, In
Honolulu, for permission to mako this
playground, for more than a year, and
aro naturally pleased at their final
success. Tho rest Is up to Supervisor
Todd Hawaii Herald.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday April 20.
SAN FIIANCISCO Sailed April 18:
It P. ItllliBt Tor Honolulu. '
Sclir. Jns. Holph.
A -II 8. S, Alaskan for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 19:
U S A T Iluford hence
KAHULUl Arrived April IS.
Am. bk. E. F. Whittle from Ev
erett. KAHITLUI Sailed April 18
A.-1I. S. S. Arlzonan for Illlo
U 35 X 3.8 K 3i 3C H IS V ii S H K H SI
X WATERFRONT NOTES
h in 3ii a a a. 31 u a M )i a a is & M
Nnnnlmo, T) C , April 10 Nnnalmo
lias extended nn Invitation to the
United States fleet In attend tho big
regitt.i that Is to be held on Nnnalmo
harbor on Victoria daj If all the fleet
cannot come the Invllutloi presses
foi a couple of boats nt K-ast. If tho
Invitation Ih ncccpted the war fhlpi
will receive a monster wilcoine.
AMONG THE DEEP SEA vcsstlti
which arrived last Saturdiv was the
American bark Ilooliny t?ne Capt
il-infleld, which arrived from New
Yoik She mado thn pasbngo In II.
ilavs, bilnglng 170U tons of general
1 .lrgn for this poll She docked at
Lll.'hiip slip, where she Ik ulsch irglng
Theie nre five toiind-the lloin vcselb
In pott The aio the Amei c-ili shl)
Inhn Em, Capt. Mndscn vvhltli ar
lived on Aprlli 2, with roil foi the
Nnvv, the Dlrlgn, Capt Goodwin,
which urilved Apill !. the Ci Itlc
Mon J th, Cipt. LlewcilMi which ar
lived Aplil 17, the Dimdte Cape (Ills
t ifbi 11, which urrlviil Aoill Hi and the
WITH TIIIUTY CAI1IN nnd elgh
teen diek passengerB, tho steamei W
G Hall, Captain Thompson, nulved
it u 35 a. 111. estcrda from Naw Ill
will, Kolo.i, Elcele mid Ahiikinl, She
brought GS0:! bags of Migir, I boxes
of pears, 14 hogr and 31. packages of
sundries Puiser John Oiube lepo.ts
the steamer Mlkahala lo tiling Hiuai
at Walmea, taking 3Mii b.gs Model
lie weather Is blehbiug Hie G.iiden
THE STEAM': '. N1IIIU' C.ul.ilu
Oness, nrrlvid ester la morning at
2:0Z o'clock from Mahul.oui, Kawal
hae, Pun.iluu, Kapua and N.ipnopoo
leaving tho latter port on Satiuday
at 7:10 n 111 for home She biougl t
i;no Ings of sugar an 1 t.0 bead of cat
lie. At Mahukoun stiong norlhenBtcr
ly winds wero encountered and fiom
Nnpoopoo tho sen was stiongly rough
THE STEAMER IWAI.ANI. Captain
Self, made port nt 2-20 n 111 csterday
from Maui and Molokal ports with
seven cabin and ten deck passetigcrr
n box of frogs, II crates of chickens
11 boxes of pgc .17 pigs. 1GJ0 Ingb of
sugar from Olnualu to W O Irwin &
Co , and niiinen us sundry p icknges
THE S S. EN'IFIlPItlSE b..ils Mi
San Francisco iior Illlo on vVo-Iihm
da next TIimi n. bo somethliir ' f
an interesting nati'io In the w iv of a
race between 'hat vc3sel and the Al.i
meda, which "IM tho fcume cbi !o
San 1'ianclsco from Honolulu
THE STEAMER HELENE aiilvlng
estcrd.iy morning from Ookala, Pa
paaloa and Knwalliae, bioiiiht 11, Old
Ings of sugar 73 head of cattle, scrap
Iron, scrap bnibs nnd coppei pipes.
THE ALAMEDA shifted over to the
rallioad wh.uf thli moinlng to re
ceive sugar She Is iiltead taking
THE AMERICAN HAWAIIAN liner
Nebrnskan will hall fiom San Fran
cisco for this port on Ma) lbt.
ON APRIL 29th the steamship
Alnskun will leave Soattle for Hono
lulu with a general cargo.
THE A H S S NEVADAN salted
from Snu Fianclsco for Honolulu on
(Continued from Vise 1)
explied term of office of such mem
"Whereas, the power to fill such
vacancy Is by law vested In the Gov
ernor of the Tenltory of Hawaii;
"Wheieas, the Hoard of Supervl
eois iifoics.ihl as now constituted iu
composed entirely of mcmbcis of tho
Ropubllcun pail); nnd,
"Wheieas, Edward Wilcox, Es
qulie, n member of the Democratic
party, a Hawaiian-American, nnd n
icsldent of Dlupalukua, in the DIs
ttlct of Makawao nforcsnid, a duly
qualified electoi of bald Territory nnd
of said Count), and tho defeated can
didate nnd opponent of tho said T.
M. Chinch, Esquire, In the Inst gen
eral electlun for tho said office now
A Host Excellent Auortnient of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
Your Glasses -
should be made and ground
by an expert optician, You
should allow no one else to
tamper with them and your
A. N, SANFOBO,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
' II.11 iplon, II Kon Choiig, W. II Hon-
vacated ns nforcsnid, Is nn applicant 0mnt jr, v. n. Honne)inan, A,
for npiiolntmcnt ns such Supervisor, iu,uul,r(,, jirs. A. Humbuig, T. C.
to suwecced the said T. M Chinch, . tkgon MrH T, c jnchM)llp A. Kol
Esuulre, and, .. .. Mrf( A Kolnnr. ltev. l'eonold
tho said Edward ftll -
cox, Esquire, Is a man of high nun 11
diameter, of good bu Ires, ability,
aim possesses 1111 me .j-miu.iun.uH
neeessnry for tho pro iei perforuianee
of the duties pcrtnh lug to such of
fice; thciefore bo II
"Resolved, That the Maul County
Democratic Central Committee does
hereby endorse the Bald application
of the said Edward Wilcox, Esquire,
nnd lecommends to His Excellency,
tho Governor of the Teirltory of Ha
waii, the appointment of the said Ed
ward Wilcox, Esquire, ns n member
of the Hoard of Supervisor In and
for the County of Maul aforesaid, to
wit, us Supervisor for the District of
Makawao aforesaid, to suctced the
said T, M. Church, Esquire, bald ap
pointment lo be made for the remain
der of the unexpired term of such
member, tho said T. St. Church, Eh
qulie, nnd, be It further
"Resolved, That eeilincd copies ol
this resolution ho sent to Ills Ext '
lency, the Govcrnoi of the Tenllor)
of Hawaii, and the Territorial Dem
ocratic Central Committee nt Hono
lulu, County of O.ihu, Tenltory of
"Wo hereby rertlf) that tho fore
going Is 11 tiuo cop) of the resolution
adopted b) tho Maui County Demo
cratic Central Committee nt Win
liil.u, County of Mnul, Tenltor) of
Hawaii, on the 1Mb da) of April, A.
"T II LYONS,
"Chairman, Maul County Demo
cratic Central Committee.
"II C MOSSMAN.
"Seciclai), Miiul Count) Detno-
er.itlc Central Committee"
A copy of the resolution has been
font to the Terrltoiial Central Com
mittee with the lequest that it Ubo
every effort to securo the dcslicd up
polntiuent. "Al" Gallagher, head of tho secret
service In St. Paul, one of the men
who captured Czolgosz after tho as
sassination of President McKlnley, 3
Miany 111 in ma .Minnesota city. i,y pintt and Dopow
ITALY'S SHIPS THREATEN
ROME, Italy, April 19 A squadron of eleven w.ushlps and eight
destro)crs has been ordered to Turkish waters, wlieie 11 demonstration
will be made on Thursday.
ROME, Italy, April IS. An Italian squadinu has been ordered to
Turkish waters to make 11 demonstration on account of tho retusal of
the Ottoman government to permit tho establishment of Italian postof
flces In Turkish territory.
Tho Itnllan Ambassador at Constantinople has been pressing tho
claims of Italian creditors upon the Sultan, being practically Ignored
Ills Insistence, according to rumor, has led to a cordial dislike of him per
sonally on tho part of tho court otllcinls, nnd It Is reported that ho has
asked his Government to recall him, fearing for his life. In addition to
these claims Italy has another souice of grievance against tho Porte,
claiming thut the Interests of the Italian Investors in the railroad preject
In the llalknns are allowed to be Jeopardized b) the conccbslons granted
to the rival Russian nnd Austrian railroads.
ASK JAPAN TO
TOKIO, Jnpnn, April 19 At n meeting today of tho bnnkeis of
Osakn, resolutions were pasbed asking the Government to obscivn greater
economy and to take under consideration financial measures looking to
tho establishment of n Government bank for Japan. This action is to re
Hove the financial depression throughout the eountr) nnd to insplio con
fldenco among foiclgn Investors. ,
PRINCE OF WALES TO CANADA
LONDON. Englnnd, April 19 The Prlnco of Wales will visit Can
ada this summer, having accepted tho Invitation of the Canadian Gov
ernment to bo present nt the celebration in Quebec, which begins on
July 1C, to mnrk tho three hundredth nnnlversaiy of the date of the
founding of that city by the French.
OAKLAND, Cal., April 18 The Indictment of Mrs Muitln, urcus
ed of attempting to murdoi Judges with bombs, having been found de
fective, hor ciBo lias been resubmitted to tho Grand July,
LOS ANGELES, Cnl , April 19. The Fleet has been separated Into
four divisions, one being stationed for tho present lit Long lleach, one at
San Pedro, one at Santa Monica, and 0110 at Rcdoiido,
MANILA, P. I , April 19 Courtesies havo been exchanged between
tho Amei lean offlceis hero and tho offlccrs of tho Japanese training aqua
dt on In these wuters.
TO DEAL WITH VENEZUELA
WASHINGTON, D C, Apill 18 If Is probablo that, before ndjouin
ment. Congress will vote to glvo tho I'lesldent blanket nuthoiity to pin
ceed against Venezuela In such manner as events may require,
MANILA, P I., April 19 Thu Educational Conference begins heio
Monday, for which five hundred teacheiB havo gathered.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 18.
celvod today at tho Whito House
JC K :i C H If K a !( 1: M K X it s
Per S S Mongolia, from Snu Fuin
Iseo, April 20 For Hutiulultr W.
1 M Alexander, Mrs V M Alexander,
Mis M E Alexander and nurse, Mis.
i:. Halle), O J llinker, A L IllifcW
A W llottomle), J 8 Hull, Mis. Le
ctin Clifton, Miss Chlspi Clifton, J.
Doughcrt), Miss Lilian Downey,
.lu Edwaid Dunham, Mrs. F. B.
rc nald, Oeo Fernuld, AUrcil Fcrrov-
01 JIIss A. F. Ilnssclle. Mrs. Maude
i!. - niii u 1. ttn Mli inrniit. Mm-
tcr Lcoiiold Kitill III, Master Adolph
.crrlno Kr(,,( c. A- ,, UllCi jB t.
, ,.. ..., MrH ,, ., ... ..... .,.
II. M Lu Rue, Jr., Mrs .1 E. La Rue,
A. Lewis, Jr , Mrs. C D. Lufkln, Mrs
J. E Mervvlu and Infant, Miss M
Mitchell,- F II Mooie, Mis A A
Moore, Jr , W. A. Miwcs. Mis. W. A.
Moses, Duulle P. Mumbruc, Mis. Dan
iel P Miimhrue, N Otsukn, J R. Pa
tience, Mis J. It Patience, C E
l'hlpps, Miss M l'lilpps, MiiHter I.'
Plilpps, II V Prout), Capt. Corvvln
P. Kees, Jirs Corvvln p. Itees, II. 1)'
Sloggett, Mis II I) Sloggctt mid two
t hlldion. Mrs. W. It Scott, two chil
dren and Infant, Geo P. Thlelcn, 11.
II Vnnwnll, Mrs, M. W. Vnii7woll.
F W. Wnchtei, Mis V. W. Wachtci,
Win. Wiiterhouse, Mis. Win. Water
lioiibc. .Mrs E. J. Weldon, M. I. Dow,
Mib Adelaide L Duller, Mis. Rebec
Pet stmr. vf. (5 Hull, fiom Kami
I oris, April VJ Master I. Wlrlinril
II Waggonei, W II. Itlci', Dr. Derb)
II Kneo, G. II. Evans, Fung Kee, (!
K. Lowe, M O Smallc),G P Rankin
Miss M. Akl, Miss (1. Schmidt, T
O'llileli, V. Omsted, E (,'. KuiliUeu
unci wife, Miss M Low. Mrs C II
JennliigB, C F Hcrrlek, S F Nolt, 1)
D. llaldwln, W. Peterson, Miss D
Kruse, J. Aka, Miss D. Giote, Miss E
Giote and IS deck
Per stmr Iwnlanl, from Mnul mid
Mnloknl lMiits, Apill lJ S Eivegtisa
Mrs J P Prown, T Odo, Miss A C.
Hiovvn. W K. Kuhnulello and wife, .1
Hiiiuion Schroedci, the first iclln
er of sugar In the United States, Is
denil In New York, nged-SS. Ho was
born In Germany
Owing to flnunclal conditions-Miss
(ielen Gould has closed two of her
charities. Wood) Crest and the I.)tid
Eleven States have Joined in tin
rchemo to pinmotn the National corn
exposition, which will be held in
Omaha next December.
Amen corner' lu Fifth nvenue
j i,oU.i cifccil Wlh valedictory addrese
-Tho Japaneso Asahl paity was re-
11 in I
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f. '17 111 1 W II S 1 ID
t it in 1 I
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I ! in n in. 11 111
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Last quarter of the moon, Apr 2!I.
Hawaiian stftndaid time Is lu hours
30 minutes slower thau Greenwich
tide, being that of tho mcrldlnn of 137
legrces 30 minutes. Tho tituo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m , which is tho same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 mlnutes.j Sun
nnd moon nro for local time for the
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H X 35 Jt 35 51 3C X U 31 3C 3? 3C 3C ?( ii
Simd.iv, April IP .
Stmr W (1 Hall, Thompson, fiom
Kami pons, r. -:if, n. in.
Stun. Nilliau, Oncss fiom Napoo-
poo, 2 05 n 111.
Stmr Iwnlanl, Self, from Mnul mid
Stmr. Ileleno, Nelson, from Papon
loa, 1 30 n. m
X 3C 3C )C K K if X X X V it X ll 3f 3t
SAILING TODAY K
AJi 3C 3t 11 3f 3C 31 JC H 31 31 1( ;t X It 35
Stmr Ke Aii Hon,
Kauai, Ti p m.
rf 3X 38 3f X . M 3C It 3t K 3 3t K X
SAILING TOMORTK1W 1C
t K ii H 3t X. X 31 31 K 31 W 31 X 3C i
Slmr Mamiii Ke.i, Freeman, fur Illlo
and vvii) pnil'i, 12 noun
Stmr W (J Hall, Thompson, Tor
Kniuil, r p, in
Stmr. Iwnlnul Self, for Moloknl and
Maul ports, 5 p 111
M N. S S HII011I1111, lolinscin, for
San Pranrlbeo 111 11 m.
a" PASSENGERS BOOKED
31 X X 3t X. 3t U 31 31 X X X R X )( 35
Per stmr Manna Kei Fieemnn for
Maul and Ihiuul plort 1, 12 noon, Api.
21 C Gtianei. It. F Dillingham, S
M Damon, Jns Gibb, G K Kluegel, A.
Alliens mid vIfo, C D Lufkln mid
wire. I'. O Duel. A MlbMon. Mis Di.
Uiirror, K A Renins, Judge W. U
Whitney, G P. Tulloek, II II Ren-
Ion, C. A llrim-i, .1 I Sulllvnn, E S.
Aldilcli nnd wife. MIsh Kutheilne
Wcbtervelt, Judge St-inlo), John II.
Jones, Cllve Davie f, Mrs Mnthoii.
Mrs. 11. K Keohokalole, Mrs Ileal; 1,
Mis. Hopeiirin, II. Hopeman, F. E
Saei, Julian Monsairatt, W. W
Ilruner, J. A Magiilre, II P. llaldwln.
Per btmi W. G llnll, Thompson,
or Kami, 5 p 111., April 21 W. SUid-
ilnrt, II I) llaldwln. W. II. Stockhnm,
Rev W II. Oleson, O 11 Oullek, Rev
Scudder, W. II Rice, Mrs. W. 11.
Scott nnd 3 chlldicn
Per stmr. Iwihinl, Self, for Molokal,
3 p m Apill 21 Father Joheph, R.
Illnil, G II. Cooke mid pirt).
Per S S Hllor.lan. railing Apill 21.
Mis. Capt. Saunders, Mibs Saund
ers, Mis. Cntrlo Jacobs Ilond, Mis P.
M. Wlckhnm, S. Smith, Mr and Mrs.
T S. Kn), Mr and Mis. J G. Woolle).
MrB. C. Carolton nnd two children.
Mrs. Owen and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. E O. Hall. Mrs A F. Cooko,
Mrs. Helen A. Weaver, Mis C. Mur
asky. Mrs. R. S Norrls and child, Mrs.
C M. Lewis, Mrs F H Angus, Capt.
C Averdam. Mrs W C. McGouaglo,
Mr nnd MrB Ekle O. O. Jones, Eu
gene Neff, Mrs Ginco Horn 1 man,
Mis C It. Rleger & Son, Mn, Mnthll
do Calhoun, Miss M A Peck, Mr. and
Mrs O. S lllgelovv and child II. C.
Smalley, Alexander Snialle), Mis A.
Siiehlvo and child, MIsj Adc AdiocU,
Wm. C. I.)on, MIsb Harney, Mr. ami
Mrs. A T Iliock and child, Mr. nnd
Mrs O. Schweidt Hegor nnd tlirco
children, Malcolmn Mclnt)ie, J.
Young, James MeCandlesb, Mr. nnd
Mis. J. A McCundtcss, Mica Madgu
McCandlcss, Mrs! Iliowslor Caineioii.
.Mrs M. C.
:. Albright, II W. Lor-ch, Mi.
E P MHimtii". Miss EUz-
ahotli House Mis Allen Mello.lci
Mrs. Clbb, Mies Gil b, Ml On '
Per S S Mongolia foi tho Orient,
April 20 Miss A C Itogeis, Mh.s II.
P. Itogeis, Mis John 11. Thomas, Miss
Mary May Thomas, MIsh Isabel Thom
as.' Mr and MrB A. J. Hollliig, Mr.
M. C Aldilch, I.I Cheung. wUo mid
3 children, Geo It Iliown, Ellson Jor
dan. W. II Iltcii uul wife. Mis (1. (J.
Seoug nnd child, Mib Chiistiuii A.
KASSEI1EER III Honolulu April 20.
ID08, Doii,tto, beloved wHo of Wll
helm Kasbehcei of l.ihuo, Kmi il.
The funeral will take place to
moirow (Tuesday) 11101 nlng ut 10
o'clock from the undertaking p 11 loin
of II. II Williams, I ort sheet
41 ffr rt
Remember that the Garbage Depart
ment has promised to cart away the
refuse when you clean up your side
walk. Call up the department when
your part of the work Is done.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinp-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that vou will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it. however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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