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Lcalil Chapter No. 2 Regular
Oceanic 2nd Degree,
All visiting members of ho
order are cordially ltnltetl to
attend mettlng ol local lodges
HAItHONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7: SO In I. O. O. V. Hall. Fort Stieet.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
HEN. F. V1CKFRS, N. 0.
All visiting brothers vary cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every 'luesday evening at
i:S0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Horetanlr.. Visiting broth
its cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. LYLE, CO..
F. WALDRON, K.H.a.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday eveulng at
7:30 In K. of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Ueretanla. Visiting brothels
cordially Invited to attend.
A. O. DEERING, C C.
JA3. W. WU1TE, K.lt.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, U. P. O.
E will meet In their ball on King
oear Fort street evory Friday even-
Uy order or tha E II.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. McINERNY, E. II.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE N0.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:10 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
ftrt and Oeretanla. Vlilttag broth
irs cordially Invited to attend,
V. L. ritAZEE, CO.,
E. A. JACOUSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:S0 o'olock in IC. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Bagles are Invited to at
tend. Vf, h, FltAZEE. W.. Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thure
iayn ot each month at Knights nt
Fythtan Hall. Tlsltlng brothers cor
dially InvIUd to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, O. of R.
1 ' 1
NO HOSE NEEDED,
4000 Oreen Roofing Slate 10"xlG".
500 One and Two Prong Iron Fonce
1 21-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Ctstlron rittlng with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
jewelry is something which you'll be
wanting, oither for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at our
store and see what we have to offer.
The goods are riijht; so are the
prices. If we car't do business the
fault won't be outs.
1013 I1UUANU NEAR KING.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emrr.a St. near Beretani.
! Folding Carts
King and Bethel Sts.
Auto First Aid
For Accidents on
the road. No automobilist
should go on a run without
one of these convenient track
ages. Bandages, dressings,
everything needed in an emer
CONVENIENT TO CARRY.
Nicely packed in case.
Benson, Smith &.
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets
RUN DOWN 1
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIEROE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
Most Fetching; Eastern Styles.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Always Has The Same Fine Flavor.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
v Ith tholr new FRENCH dry clianlnt
258 Bflretanla 8L Phons 1491.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
New line of circus skirts at Whltnov
Ring up Scotly'a when you want n
good auto ride. Phono 107.
Mi mid Mrs. II. W. Rogers left for
tin' Orient 1111 the Mongolli today
S M Damon left In the Mnutin Kea
tliU morning for n round trip to 1 1 Mo.
Rev Thwlng and three Chtnobo
wero callem on Governor Frcar this
Mr niul Mrs A T. Ilrock sailed this
morning In the Illlonlnn, which left
nt 10 o'elock
Mr nnd Mrs J A McCnndlcss wcie
nmoiiK tlio outgoing passengers on the
Mis A 1' Cooke nnd Mrs, Helen A.
Weaver lelt for San Francisco todn)
In the Illlonlnn.
Mm (I O Sooiik nml daughter
stilled on the steamship Mongolia to
da for Shanghai
Why not spend tho summer nt one
of the Seaside Cottages? Engage a
To enjoy the best rldo In nn auto In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qulnn'i
new seen seated Fterless
A. F. Kimdscn will speak on the
"Resurrection from tho Tlieosophlcal
Point," tonight at room 11, Kaplolaul
building 7 45.
Mrs Hn moml C II rem 11 and chil
dren who lime been avva) for n e.ir
on n lslt to the States, will arrive
home on tho Korea '
Mr. and Mis W II Ileen left for
Shanghai In the Mongolia today, le
mming to tho Islands In IKccmber to
Tho torch of Ah Wnn, tho Chinese
Illicit distiller, mid Ah Kong, ulhs
Man Plo, are kcI for trial In the order
named tomorrow morning
Frank II Moore, formerly with the
Fresno Republican, arrived by the
Mongolia to take n position on the
reportorlal staff of tho It it 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Tho Whlto Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best sowing nn
chine In the world. Denny & Co , Ltd.,
agents, 12GG, Fort street. Phone 4S8
Mr nml Mrs Edwin Hall left In the
Illlonlnn this morning for n three
months' mainland tour, during which
the will visit Mrs. Hull's old home
In Unngor, Maine
In the divorce c.iso of Rnchacl Cul
len Ho Chin vs. Cullcn Ho Chin, It
wus found that the defendant was not
In tho Territory nnd tho papers will
bo served on htm In Hongkong.
Now Is tho time to nvnll )oursclt of
the opportunity to buy nt tho lowest'
posslblo prices from tho vie Chnn
N'uuanu street store, for this Is the
last week they will ha In business,
I)r. L. E. Cofer. tho new President
of tho Hoard of Health, announces
that he expects to be at tho office of
tho Hoard of Health from 2 to 4 o'clock
every afternoon. Ho will devote muih
more time thnn that to tho work of
the Hoard mid will bo In the office
much moro than that, but ho expects
to keep thoso office hours regularly
l)r CIirs. Cuthbett Hall, President
of the Union Theological Seminar
slnci 1807. died lately In New Vorl
City Dr Hall was an undo of C. II
Hall of Phillips & Co, mid a cousin ol
Mrs A. Francis Judd nnd Mrs. Junios
II Pratt of this city Ho passed
throughg Honolulu n scar ago with
his wlfo and two daughters on his re
turn from 1i1h second lecturing tour
Tho semi annual report of tho trus
tees of tho lllshop Museum was Died
for record this morning. Tho repoit
show s that tho receipts for tho past
period havo amounted to $17,130.93,
Tho expenditures hnvo comu to tho
sum of $10,708.4. leaving n naianco
on hand of $0,332.4 1. The real prop
erty owned Is named as being worth
1221,220.37 nnd tho personal property
Frank Sody. tho driver of a dray
belonging to tho Hustaco, Peck Co.,
was tills morning Injured In a colli
sion with unothcr dray, driven by
Manuel I.edo, belonging to tho same
concern. Tho drnyo collided at Iwl
lei, where tho road Is cry narrow,
and Sody was thrown from his seat
to tho ground, sustaining a sovorc
scalp wound Ho was taken to the
Quccn'B Hospital In tho patrol wagon
Tho caBcot tho Kauai WIno and
Liquor company wns this mornint,
postponed until 2 o'clock this after
noon on account of a point raised by
ono nt the attorneys which tho Judge
will take under advisement. Thu cast
Is unusual on uceount of tho fact that
It Is being tried by n Jury Tho follow
lug constitute tho Jury A J Gonsnlves,
William Wulkor, E. II. Ross, F.lmor
Conmint, W. Stall, 11. M. Uiincan, J
W Roll, W II. Shlpman. W A. HariW.
O. O Fuller, W. C. Wilder, llcui)
Loulsson, and W. W. Hall
FOR PRriliP HI
A. W. T. Rottomley of Rlshop k
Co, returned from a trip to tho Coast
In tho Mongolia, Mr. Ilottomloy sti
tcd this morplng that he found con
ditions on the Coast In fairly good
shnpo. San Francisco Is going crazy
over tho Fleet nnd will give It a great
reception. In the country tho farm
ors nro very much In need of rain for
tho grain crop, but tho fruit crop Is
In oxcollcnt shnpo.
"Thoy aro holding on tight waiting-
for tho result of the Presidential
olectlon," remarked Mr Ilottomloy
"San Francisco has built up very rap-
I Idly and seems to bo going ahead "
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, April 15.
SEATTLE Sailed, April II
A 11 S 8. Mexican, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed April 14.
Am S. S. Lansing, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrhed April 13.
Am. S. S, Cntui prise, from Snn
KAHULUI Arrived April IB
A.-II. S S. Arlzonnn, from Honolulu
Thursday, April 16.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 1G.
Jnp S. S. Hongkong .Marti, hence
ELEELE Sailed April 12
Hr 8. S. Adnto, for Newcastle.
Friday, April 17.
PORT GAM11LE Sallid Apill 10:
Am sclir. Okanogan, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Arrhed April 17'
Jap. 8. S. Nippon Maru, lienco
SALINA CRUZ Sailed Apr'l J 5
A -II. S. S. Texan, for S.u. Klego
Saturday, April IB.
PORT CJAMULE Sailed April lfi
Am schr. Okanogan, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Arrived, April 17.
Jap S. S. Nippon Mnrti, henro
SALINA CRUZ Sailed April IT.
A. II S. 8. Texan, for ban Diego
HILO Sailed April 1
Am schr. W. II. M.irstmi, 101 San
MAHUKONA Sailed Ap'P 17-
Am. schr. II. C. Wii-tut. for S.m
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed A pi II 17
A.-H. S. S. Novadan, for Honolulu
URISIIANE Sailed April 10:
S S Aorangl, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO At rived April IS.
Am bk. Anulo Johnson, from llllo,
Am bk. Mohican, from Mnhukona,
Am schr. Hclcne, from Honolpu,
Am schr. Muriel, from Honolpu,
Am schr. Punko, from Kami ip ill,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 18.
Am bk. It. P. Rlthet, for Honolulu
Monday April 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April IS
It P. Rlthet for Honolulu.
Schr. Jas Rolph.
A.-II S. S Alaskan for Se-itlle.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 19'
U. S. A T Huford hence.
KAHULUI Arrived April 18:
Am bk. E F. Whitney from Ev
erett KAIM'LUl Sallid April 18:
A.-H. S. S Arlzonnn for llllo.
Tuesday, April 21.
URISIIANE Arilved April 18
Rr 8 S Monnn, hence Apill I
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 17
Fr S. S Colon, for Honolulu.
Immigration Inspector Ramond
C Drown, of this city, ls-nspectlng
ponnl nnd iliurltablo Institutions of
the Terrltor of Hawaii, for the pur
pose of collecting Information neces
sary for compiling n report which
goes to Washington. Tho work ol
getting up this report wns begun
about two vveck3 ngo, and must be
complete h) May 15th, ns It must be
In Washington by the 30th.
Tho repoit will lncluda a full
statement of number nnd condition
of all tho Institutions which will
como under the eyo of tho Inspector
It Is being nindo In uccordnnce
with n icqtilrcmciit by Congress that
mill rcpoits bu ninilo ovciy five cars.
As tho last was mado in 1902, tho
next is duo this jear. '
The first work on this roport was
dono In Oahti, where all tho Institu
tions wore looked over except tho
Jail. This will bo gono over on next
Saturday afternoon, according to
II. II, Drown Is now on Hawaii do
lug this work for tho Inspector. Ho
has already dono Maul, as well ns
Oahu. It Is expected that ho will
finish where he now Is nnd go to Ka
mil next wick
The results of tho Investigation
arc rather Immature us yet, tnoiigh
they will be In Rum In thu next week
The cane of lllackstad, tho Rapid
Tinnslt motoriunn. who wns charged
With heedless driving by running Into
an old Hawaiian with his car, was dis
missed In tho Police Court this morn
Ing, Attorney Orccnvvell appeared for
James Harlan. tho "evening clothes
burglar," wns sentenced nt Whlto
Plains, N Y, to tvvonty-sovon )cnrB
at Sing Sing,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
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, SANFOBD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
l WATERFRONT ' NOTES
K M X 3C .4 A K H K K X If X K X "
MATE LYONS KURT.
Snn Francisco, April 1 Th ileum
ship Nevadun, which 1 Ivel e .1
day from Honolulu, 1 peiltncel 11
rouglutrlp-from tho I lands, Dtirlnt,
II10 storm Third Ol Lons wns
The Novudan m nine mid u half
dnvs In making the run, and Captain
Oreeno reported that during eight
days they wero In a succession of
northerly gales, with waves running
high and gront seas sweeping tho
decks. On April 4, nt 1 o'clock In the
morning, when the weather was im
usually heavy, n sen struck the ship
nnd carried Lyons against tho foiwnrd
winch with such force that ho 're
eclved n severo scalp wound. Cap
tain Oreeno said that tho weather wns
the worst ho had oxpoilencod foi
Tho Mongolia sailed nt 10 o'clock
this ininnlng for thu Orient, with .1
Inigo list of passengers ou boaid A
number of pnsHcngeis of note weie
among them Tho boat also cnriics
about thirty school teachers who will
instruct Undo Sam's new Btibjectu
In the Philippines. Three officers of
tho Philippine constabulary. Captain
William Oreen, Captain A. C. A. IJ01
tels, mid Lieutenant 0. II. Allen mo
among the Hongkong passengers. This
is tho first trip Captain Moiton, tho
now master In charge of tho big lluei,
tins made nhoaid hur.
HILONIAN LEAVES PORT.
The Illlonlan sailed this morning
lit 10 o'elock for San Fiumlscu, with
a largo number of pasbcngers abomd
As the popular steamer puller out of
the dock, tho passengers, covered with
leis, crowded to the sides, saving
tdlos, while the band plavcd "Auld
Lang S.vno, nnd "Aloha Oo.
While the band wns pl.ijlug, nn old
native, showily dressed, In picturesque
stylo, crented much amusement b
dancing In tlnio to tho slow music
for tho benefit of tho crowd.
Tho steamer lml 11 deck load of Ha-
nnnas nnd pineapples.
MAUNA KCA CLCARS.
Tho Inter Island steamer Maunr.
Kea sailed nt noon today for Itnwnli
Tho vessel carried 11 good number of
passengers Among those nbojid wiib
II P. llaldwln, the big sugar man of
Herauso they found him In n ne
gro's house negroes of llrovvnsvllle, n
suburb of Atlanta, G11 , diugged II.
It Clinpln, n oung whlto man, to n
trco nnd wcio nbout to Ivneh him
when the arrival of police with rlllcs
effeited 11 rescue
Fins Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Terrible Australian Wreck.
MELHOURNE, Alls., Apill 20. Pabsengcr trains fioni ll.ill.unt ami
llrndlgn met In lolllsion today. Forty-one p,uetigcr were Killed ub a ic
sult of the accident and blxt)-nlno others wero injured.
RUSSIAN TROOPS IN BAD WAY
ST. FHTERSUUIUI, Russia, April 20 Despatches lecelved here nu
iioiiuilng that the Russian troops 011 tho Persian border are In u gi.ivu
situation, have been confirmed from official sourtes.
PARIS, France, April 20. Tho Prince do Sagnn lias left Tor Italy.
NAPLES, Italy, April 20. Madamo Anna Gould Is expected to 111
rlvo hero 011 tho 23d Inst.
TO FREE HARRY THAW
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 20.Tho first step lu un attempt tn secure
tho llbeiutlou of Hurry Thaw, tho sl,i)cr of Stnnfoiil While, wiib nindo
WASHINGTON, 1). C, April 20 -Tho nrblttatlon ticat) between the
United States nnd Spain has been blgncd
Vi)K..iy WT'T'M " 1 '. L
GREATEST BARGAINS IN TOWN
THE BIG SALE now going on at our
Store will only last this week. We
are positively retiring from business. Do
not fail to take advantage of the slaugh
ter cut prices.
Yee Chan's NZn.u Store
Considerable wonder hai been ex
pressed as to what Governor Fre.u
would do about the men whoso terms
f omco epIro during his absence nt
V -si) ngton When asked tills morn
' ' ro'trcrnliiR tho mntlei ho named
ver tho men who mo bo affected,
ud slated that ho would piobably
civo Instructions with Socrit.uy
Molt Smltft, who will bo Acting Oov
11. lr during the foimcr's nbsetKO.
Tho tcrniH of ofilee of the following
n will expire while Iho Governor Is
vay: II E Cooper, atf piesldent of
1 lie Hoard or Trustees of tho Hawaii
grlcultural nnd Mechanic Aits; A
lurtlcy. as n trustee of the nbovo In"
Ultiitlor; Dr. Grossman, member of
the Hoard of Dental Exnmlners, C. II
Merrlnm, In tho ileinrtiuent of Public
Con vi' ances: Judge Weaver, Judge
of the Lnnd Court, II E. Me) or, Wll
llnm Williamson nnd C J Htitclilns as
Commissioners of Public Education
The Governor will leave Instruc
tions with Secietary Mott-Smllh ns to
these annua tilflccs.
(Continued from Pace Ift
the Navy Yard nt Norfolk, to III out
for duty as n practlco ship nt tho
Nit vol Academy,
Tho Pacific Fleet will Ienc port
on S.itmilny, May 9th, for the south
wind, to tarry out u program of
drills nnd exercises.
In this same notice, the following
movements of nan Nosselh nro 10
ported: Relief left San Francisco
for Muro Island on Apill 7th nn I
made pint the s.inio day. Tennessee
sailed on the Stli from Pint Town
send Tor Ilelllngham. Tho California
sailed on the snmo date for 11 trip be
tween the Bitmo ports. Tho Wash
ington sailed on the Sth from Port
Townsond for Seattle.
HAIL, "SUNNY JIM"
Twent -three members of tho Arab
Patrol of Aloha Temple, Mstlc
Shrine, gave u banquet at the Com
mciclal Club last evening In honoi
o- "Jim" McCnndless, who leaves on
the Alameda nnd will icpresent
Alolin Temple nt St Paul. It was n
vcr happy gathering. Thero w?re
lonstH and a gn iccollcctton of '". 0
good times at Los Angeles. 1 W
event broke up c.tily.
Dr. Atchcrley, of "Wnllnch cure'
fame, nindo nn official call on the Oov
einor this morning, mid was admitted
to the Executive Chambers, whero he
bad a conforenco with tho Chief Ex
A cannon is said to hnvo been In
vented by W. S. Simpson, a Scntch
mnii, that can, by application of
electricity, impart nn Initial velocity
of 30,000 feet 11 second to,proJcctlles
nnd might send n shot ft 0111 Loudon
For tho first time In two years
South Hond, Ind , Is a "closed" city
Ma) or Fogarty Is enforcing tho law
to the letter.
Seats on tho Now York Stock Ex
change are again going up. It tu
bald $G5,000 has been offered for
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p-m,(t n m,
n -i7 1 ,v n 11 .7 1 10
1 n nt-1
ft II I J 10 2 ,U
'.1 jn i-7 h c 1 10 1 10
Hi ? 1 f, 10 :i 1 IV 6 .nn
II 11 lft'uoi' I 40 C II
I p. 111 11 m, p- in
- - M M I, P. (, HI
II .Till-. 1 E0 7 IV 7 .11
LnHt quarter ot the moon, Apr. Zli.
Hawaiian standard time is It) bourn
30 minutes slow or thnn Greenwich
time, being that of tho mortdinn of 157
iegrcos 30 nilnufes. Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is tho samo
as Orccnwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
end moon aro for local tlmo for tho
1 H M M If X K ; W K 30 X X M K
u a 3C sot n x m m a a m
Tuesday, April 21.
P M. 8 S Mongolia, Morton, for
Yokohama, 10 11 111.
Stiur. Mniinn Ken, Freeman, for
HIlo nnd way ports, 12 noon.
M. N. S. S. Illlonlan, Johnson, for
Fan Frnnclsco, 10 n in. ' '
it 50 K it X , iC K 3 K M f it if Jt
A K K x a ; m ;f K ;C k M i x x "
Stmr W (1. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, S p m.
Stmr lvvalani, Self, for Moloknl and
Maul ports, 5 p. 111.
K !I K X K X 3t K 53 K M C X It K )
" PASSENGERS DEPARTED "
ft 3C H X a 3f K K it X K M X S
Per S. S. Illlonlan, sailing April 21.
Mrs. Copt. Saunders, Miss Saund
ers, Mrs, Carrlo Jacobs Hond, Mrs. P.
M Wlckhnm, 8. Smith, Mr nnd Mrs.
T. 8. Kay. Mr. and Mrs J. O. Woolley,
Sirs. C Carclton nnd two children,
Mrs. Owen nnd daughter, Mr. nnd
Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mrs. A F. Cooke,
Mrs. Helen A. Weaver, Mrs. C. Mur
asky, Mrs. It 8. NorrlB mid child, Mrs.
C. M. Lewis, Mrs. F 11 Angus, Cnpt.
C Avcrdam, Mrs. V C. McGonagle,
Mr. ami Mrs Eklc, O C Jones, E11
geno Neff, Mrs. Grnco Hoardmnn,
Mrs. C II. Rleger & Son. Mrs Mnthll
do Calhoun, Miss M A Peck, Mr. nnd
Mrs. G S. lllgelow and child. II. C.
Smallcy, Alexander Smaflcy. Mrs. A.
Suchtvo nnd child, Miss Adc Adrock,
Wm. C. Lyon, Miss Harney, Mr. and
Mrn. A T. Ilrock nnd child, Mr. and
Mrs. O. Schwcult lienor and threo
children, Mnlcolmn Mclntyro, J.
outig, James McCnndless, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. A. McCnudless, Mils Madgo
McCnndless, Mrs. llrevvstcr Cameron.
Mrs. M, C. Albright, II. W. Loach, Mr.
mid Mrs. E. F MeDtimo't, Miss Eliz
abeth Rouse, Mrs. Allen McRo.lo,
Mrs. Gllib, MIsb Gil b, Mr. GIoV
Per Btmr. Manna Kea, lYocinan, for
Maul nnd Hnvvul ploits, 12 noon, Apr.
21. C. Gunner, 11. F. Dillingham. 8.
M. Damon, Jas, fllbb, G S Kluegcl, A.
Ahrcns nnd wife, C, D. Lufkln and
wlfo, F. O. litter, A. Mission, Mrs. I)i.
nuffor, R A. Kcnrns, Judge W. I.
Whitney. O. P. Tullock, II. II. Ron
ton, C A, Ilrunn, J, J. Sullivan, E S.
Aldrlch mid wlfo, Miss Kuthcrinu
Wcstervclt, Judgo Stanley, John II.
Jones, Cllvo Dnvles, Mrs. Matsou,
Mrs. II. K. Keohoknlnlo, Mrs. Heiikn,
Mrs. Hopcmati, II. Hopemau, F. E.
Sa)er, Julian Monsnrratt. W. W.
Ilruuer, J A. Mngulro, II. P. llaldwln.
Per S. S Mongolia, for tho Orient,
Apill 21 Miss A. C. Rogers, Miss II
P Rogers, Mrs. John II. Thomas, Mtsit
Mai) May Thomas, Miss Isabel Thorn--is,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A J. Holfing, Mrs.
M. C Aldrlch, LI Cheung, wlfo mid
J children, Geo. II llrovvn, Ellsou Jor
dan, W. II. Hccn and wlfo, Mrs. G. O.
Seong mid child, Mrs. Cliilstlnn A.
Kupferbcrg, Piof and Mis G. L. H.lb
cock, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W Rogcts.
i K K JC K 3C)t K X -1 W M M V H it
X, X K Jt K A X A it X ii. it X M it 3
Per stmr. W O Hall, Thompson,
for Kuual, 5 p in., Apill 21. W. Stod
dart, II I). llaldwln, W 11 Stockhuni,
Rev. W II. Oleson, O. II Otillck, Rev.
Scuilder, W. II Rico, .Mrs. W. II.
Scott mid 3 children.
Per stmr Mlkahnla, Gregory, for
Kuual 5 p 111, April 23 A. Hnnu
berg, J II Cramer, E. Palmer.
Per stmr. Iwalanl, Self, for Moloknl,
5 p in., April 21. Father Joseph, It.
Hind, G R. Cooko nnd parly.
Ti'inpciutmcH 0 n in., Ci; 8 11. m,
73; 10 n. 111, 73; noon, 71, moriiln,;
Diiroiueter, 8 n, 111., 30.11; ntisolutu
humidity, 8 u. 111 , 0,357 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n m ,
01 per tent: 'dew point, 8 n, in., 69.
Wind 0 n. in, velocity G, direction
N.E ; 8 a, in., velocity 14, dliceiSiu
NE.j 10 a m., velocity IC, direction
NE . noon, velocity 18, dlicctlon E.
Rainfall during 24 bonis ended 8 11,
m .OS Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hoitiii elided nt noon, 251 miles.
WM II STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U 3. Weather Iliirenn
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-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,
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