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EVENINO nui.MSTIN. HONOLULU. T II , WnDNHSDAY. APR 22, IPOS
MOMIAV I U (J
Lcahl Chapter No 2 Regular 3
1 uiiijav 1 u
Oceanic 2nd Degree. E
All visiting members of be
order nre cordially Invited to
attend wettings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7 30 In I. O. O. 1. Hall. Kort Stioet
IJ. It IIUNUIIY, Secretary
HEN. V VIOKRKS, N. el.
All visiting brottiers very cordially
MYSTIC I0DOE, Ho. 2, g. ot P.
Meets overy 'luesday evening at
1-30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and llcrctaiilr.. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. I, LYLE, CO.,
F. WAI.DHON, K.HS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meats every Friday evening at
7 30 In K of'l'. Unit, corner Kort
and Iierctanli. VlillliiB brotheis
cordially linked to attend.
A G. Di:iUIN(l. CC.
J AS XV. WHITF., K 113.
S0N0LULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, 11 P. O
E will meet In their hull on King
rear Fort street every Friday even
Uy order of the E R.
HENRY C HASTON.
W1I II McINFRNY, E II.
Wn, H'KINLEY LODGE N0.8, K.ol P
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Vo:t and Ilcretanla. Visiting bro th
en cordially invltd to attend.
V L IRAZUK, CC,
B. A JACOUSON, K n 3.
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
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. KHAZEE. W., Prest.
II T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meats every first and third Thurs'
daya of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited o attand.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C of R,
NO HOSE NEEDED,
4000 Oreon Roofing Slate 10"xlT.
S00 One and Two l'rong Iron Fence
1 25-galIon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cattlron Tilting with Flanges,
for IS" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Fhone 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.
Tim p-norls are rhht! so are the
TirJres. If we car't do business the
fault won't be outs.
1018 1IVUANU NEAR KING.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Ernoa St. near Btretanin
King and Bethel Sts.
For Accidents on
the road. No automobilist
should ro 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 cast.
Benson, Smith &
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
Most Fetching Eastern Styles.
Always Has The Same' Fine Flavor.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
1 Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
268 Boretanta BL Phone 1491.
B& BULLETIN AD8. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Never feed discouragement to a
warry let a Bulletin Want Ad.
cheer things 117. Only One Cent A
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 331.
P.tmunn huts cleaned nt tho (Hobo
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
Ring U Scott 's when you want n
good niilo rldo Plionn 107
In Knur came buck this morning
hating armed on tho MlknhaW
J J Reiser had n nasi) gash cm
in Ills knee nt Wnlanao tostoidnt
(1 R Hi art "as nn nnlwil on Hip
Mlkalinln this morning ftiim Kau.il
II Crawford returned fiom
Kami In the Mlkahala this mouilne
, (Iirlluj of tho Hawaii 111 riivlili-
Co lift fur the mainland in the Aln
medn this morning
Why not spend the summer nt on
of the Seaside Cottages? Eugngo .1
XV O Smith one of tho intltnl
guisls of dm pi nor Friar, sailed this
morning on tho Alameda
Hi .1 J Grace received liln com
mission this morning as n member of i
the Hoard or Health nt Hllo
The divorce case of (liorgo llils
and Porn D.ills has been filed. Sum
moils were sorted March 17
Land Commissioner I'rnlt 11ml For
ester Mourner were among thu pas
singers who left on the Alamedn.
Canton Onlm No I. I O O 1. will
confer tho Decoration of Chit alt) on
Thursdat evening, April ."1(1. IMS.
Collector of Customs 1; R Stack
able i mining the rallers on C!o
eruor Treat uboiid the Alameda this
E A Kuudscn of Kauai, nccmupi
nled bv Mrs. Kuudscn, were) iiiiun
the passongus who Hilled toda) o'l
Jim MiCaudloss, Mrs Jnlin A Mi
Calidless and Miss Madge McCain!
less left for the mainland this mom
lug on the Alameda
Governor nnd Mm I'rcar left toda
on the Atamod.i. Tho) will bo nttav
fir Mime months to be pic-sent nt Hie
(!mi riuir coiifoicnce
'Hie new iiopiil.ti price roiiihlnnllou
limrli nt the Alexander Young Cafe Is
tor) iMipular tilth business men and
Honolulu pioplo geucrull).
An coffee Isn t ,'ood 01 ciigh fin
toil git Ma)'s Old K0111 Coifie ','
Is roisled 11111I giuiind flesh utoit ilat,
and it's tin I t inf .nn u hi 1 e
If )im're tired nnd 11111 down whin
011 should be at 5011 best ciu net I
a glass of Prluio Ueer ttl'li torn
meals It's the best natural tunic
Tom Qulnn has gouo Into thu auto
hu(k business with n line four passe n
get Rulck nnd Is piepired to furnish
tho best possible service Phono 301.
Your typewriter should be kept in
(xccllent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 113
Tho White Family Isotary (lock am)
chain stitch) Is tho best sowing mi'
chlno In Iho world. Denny . Co, Ltd.,
cgents, 1200, Fort street. Phono 4S8
Coat jour lion roofs with "Arabic
Yo,i vrlll bo surprised nt lta online
nnd presort nth a properties. California
Feed Co , agents
The ipialltj of Stein lllock clothing
Is such that ltrt manufacture stuki
their reputation mid their mono nit
on It They into faith In It. urn! the)
know M Melnernt, Ltd , agents
On account of the Increase In busi
ness. MrB. Dlckcrson has been obliged
to incite her Alakea street store nnd
take a 'store tilth larger quarters in
the Sachs building on Ilcretanla nve
Mr nnd Mis A T. Ilrock woie
among the outgoing pisseiigors on tho
Alameda today Thuy tvero loaded
down wltli lels, tho gifts of their 111 in
friends who itero down to seo them
A meeting of ho Wnl.ilie, Kalmukl
nnd Pnlolo Impiotcmcnt Club will bo
held In tho (Internment Nursery thh,
evening nt 8 o'clock A report oif tho
Walalne-Ilcretnula car seitlco till!
Urcwery Btoclj recoteud 11 little
tills morning from the effects of the
moral wato. being quoted 011 tho ex
iliangc ut $10 bid and $20 asked,
whereas the last sale was inudo last
ttiek for ?I8 u shaie
Soeritai) Mott Smith, Attorney
fleiicial llcinoniJa and Dr. Cofei.
president of the Hoard of Health, paid
their fiirowoli culls on (lotornor 1'ro.ir
on board tho steamship Alameda,
tthli h sailed ut 10 o'clock today
Tho Merchants' Association linn,
through Its oDIcers, endorsed tho les
olutloii which tins passed by the
Chamber of Commerco a fotv ilii) s ngo
nsklng that tho Federal (loteriimeiit
appropriate J1G.000 to clean tho city
Purser Clianey reports tho follow
ing sugar ready for shipment nn
Kauai XV 300(1, K S M , 325(1,
Mak 31.833. (1 & It., (811; Mell .
21,C,fi. K P.. 13,031, Lllitio. 0,701; II,
M. 25 1fil; Mukeo 29ft0; K. 8. Co,
soiKi, (, a r., 87S1
The stoamcr Mlkahala, which caino
In this morning, biought Iho follow.
lug fniglit K S M Biigur, D000
bags 170 bags tnro, 2tl barrels bottles
10 unpb wlno bnrruls, SI hunSlcs
hides, 30 liagH rlro I11.111, 180 packuges
Biindriis, (1 liarrels milso
Word wns iicelted til the iltj by
the Mongolia mull of tho death of
Oeorgo XV Spencer of tho ill 111 ot
Iloardinnn & Spcnioi, agents for the
Aetna Insurance Company of Sun
Francisco Mr Spencer died sud
denly on April 2 from heart dlseaso
He lias visited Honolulu and Is well
known to business men
Tho famous lino of King Lear. "Hoiv
sharper than a sorvant's fang It Is to
h.ito a toothless child," tins called to
mind tills morning in tho Pollco Court
where a toiiug man, named Paulino,
was iharged with having beuten his
mother, who In her turn was chustls
Ing her dnughter whom sho suspected
of hating stolen some clothing Tho
children testified against tho mother,
and the defendant was leprlnmuded
IN IN PORTS
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, April 21.
HHISIlANE Arrived April 18
llr S S Monnt hence April I
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 17
IV S S. Ceylon for Honolulu
Wednesday, April 22, 1908.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Apill 22
.lap S S America M.iru, for Ho
nolulu. KAIU'MJI Arrived April 21
m schr Altitun 1 fioni1alt.il
A new steamship line wilt soon bj
put In operation between .lupin. Seat
tie and Pugct Som d The Osak
Stoamshlp Co. if Oiakn .Inpali, Is
backing up tho' pinposltioii and. nc--ordlug
to tho atatvmenl of It Knfu
ku, who passed Ihroigh here on the
Mongnlln, It Is evndent that the mat
ter would bo pulled thu ugh
Knfuku Is n representative of the
Osaka Steamship Co. He Is leliiinlug
to lap in nflcr mnklng 11 smcessful
liuslnets trip on the iiiiliiliud "It
.b the Intention of nn lompant.' said
K.ifukii, "In inn stintmis between
Ke'iille. Paget Sound (ml tin .Tap m
i se ports There are ceilaln fiolghts
that need to bo shlppid dliict to these
ports ftoni Japan lit the ste.uneis of
tin Osakn Ste.uui-lilp Co
"Iho Pacific Mull bin is do not al
uats carry this kind of height, but
u hi 11 lb icilo take it It takes lime o
git to these ports The Idea of the
"ompjiiv Is to into lime Ihoiebt get
Hug more fielght to and from Seattle
mil Paget Sound Hire Is in great
demand In Seattle as It 11 are u num
ber of Jnpanesi! Ililng there Souu
Huns II10 F10111I1 siennas take
liell-bt 10111 Jepill to Ihc-o ports, but
since they do not maki n gul.ii call nt
l.ipan. the exporleis can not depend
upon them. Mnnt a time hate tho
men hauls In Seut'le mil the Sound
lion Incoiivonlenci d In (lie 11011 111 lit
II of their freight fiom lap.iu and ii
Is to get Iho conlldence of the busl
neB coiiimiinlty lb it the (isaku
Stc.imshlii Co. is taking up this prop
isltlon I shall hate to lutuiii mid
submit my loport to the director)'
who, I beltetu, will uppiotc them In
Hint omit tho steamus will bo sen
Mr Knfuku, while lure, called on
Consul flciicral Sntlo;
The (ontruit for the tniiHtim Hon
of SoieiiFon shed lias bieu awmded
to Henrj liprieliiiun by the Hupcrln
teiident of Public Woilts Ills bid
tins the low "t when thc were oi-
cned Tin cuitruit for tlie llvv.i
school was al-o assigned toila to the
l;in WAIEII FLUNE
m in mull
Alter 1111 liispettlon of the l.ahalna
ttnlei woiks Siipcilntendelit of Pub
lic Winks M.uston Campbell has au
thorized the ((instruction of 11 Hume
to entry the water fiom the high
places so tb it It will not come In
contact with the low lauds whole tho
mud nnd 111 t It in tho tnio pitches,
etc, may coutamlnato It. Tho flume
will be 3,100 feet long with 11 maxi
mum 111p.it Itj of nno million gallons
per da) The llunio will bo built
back In Knu.tha Oulih.
Tho (internment will eonsuina
about BOO. 000 gallons per day, while
l.ahiiluiiliina school will hato (he
complete use of tho wilier which
comes fiom tho llumo foul houis of
tho tin) Tho cost of building the
llunio will not bo so very gicat on
account ot tho fact that tho students
(Continued from Pise 1)
sight of Pole's volcanic dlsplnt in Hie
Island and county of Hawaii, nnd
WhcionH, tho citizens mid all na
tionalities n siding in this portion of
tho great Ameilcan republic 111 e de
sirous to pi 1 sunnily meet, commingle
mill frntcinlzc with tho men behind
tho guns of this llevt;
Thereftne He It Resolved, by thu
Hoard of Supirvlsrtra of (ho Count
of Hawaii Tiirllory of Hawaii
Thut 11 sliiieiu. cordial, ami heurli.
Invitation Is heioby extended to Iho
licit to tlslt tho city and hay of Hllo,
our loimty seal,
That If Hie wholo fliet cannot come
that n subilitlslou thereof, or on 11
Olio huttlishlp 111.1 bo allowed to do
That a copi of this lesolutlon be
tent to the Pi evident, tho Societal)
of tho Nnvj unci to thu Admiral com
mantling the fleet, nlso tu our Dele
gate to Congress, and to tho Governor
of tho Terrltoiy of Hawaii.
thi: hoard op supervisors or
THU COUNTY OF HAWAII.
TI10 ilamitgo su. t of Mrs Vlena ts
(ho Walaltia Agileulinial Compnii)
Icontlniies todii). A largo liiiniber of
wllnespiB jtnio been on tho stand this
The Weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
should be made and ground
by an expert optician. You
should allow no one else to
tamper with them and your
A. N, SANFORD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
SHERIFF WANTS NEW
Barred Doors Prcver : ' HI r.-:n
Entering Hot.: Latt
Slioilff lauke.i last ulglit linil his
Idea that 11 new oidlnaiue pretcntlng
tho use of barred doors, ttlrcs and
other things to protect gambling
houses from tho lnlds of the police,
Is badly needed Such nn ordinance
was passed b tho former Ho ml of
Bupnrvlsois, hut It was knocked out
bj thu umrts. The last I.eglslatuic,
lionet ci, enlarged tho powers of the
I loud In Iho matter of enforcing its
ordinances, and some time ngo n re
quest was undo by tho police that a
new ordinance ho passed to take tho
pi no of the one ulilcli hud been
knocked out, though so fur the Coun
ti fatheiri hate not taken tint steps
In the matter.
The Sheriff's opinion that such 111
oiillnnuec was needed became .1 ll-i.i
conviction last. night, when he hlin-
tclf wan fi initiated In his attempt to
laid 11 house on I.lllha stieet which
the pollic lmio for many mouths past
been tit Ing In enter The Sheriff,
Di'putt Attornei (lenernl Sutton, De-
tecllte l.eil nnd other olileers tried
to onler the placo laM nlglit, but
I her founil the door linked, mid 11
Chinese giiaid who was stationed in
Hide mulshed into the Innei recesses
of (lie house Aftel some time the
door tins opened at the request of the
lllliois, nut! some of them rushed up
stairs onl.i In eiHimnler two more
doors ' Those were finally opined,
but when the oiriiers onteicd the
lirlnclii.il mom tboj found 011I5 a
group of ililldlil.o and bland Celes
tials lnnocentl loiisumlug lieci and
The .Shell IT feels reint lucid that
gambling is conducted In thu hmis
but besides tho harm! doois there Is
fciiih 11 network of vilies, lattice,
nails, etc, placid at eteiy nook
where (lie pollco might otherwise Cil
ler Hint it would ho Impossible for
the olllciTH to get In' until nfler the
gamblers would bate had plenty of
time to dispose of tho Incriminating
etidenre. The Slieilff btates that lie
Is now going to ue eteit effort (o
hate (he oidlnnnio passed (o prevent
the emploiment of suili detlcis.
II S llosmei Alniun C.uitle) and
W O Smith will leuvu Sun Fi , incise o
btfoio Hie (ititiiiioi, mid go on to
Washington At least tills, is the
piobibllltt, ulthotigh Mi Hosmcr
M.uen 1111s morning mat there was
nothing definite about in) of the
plans or U10 p-utt 'I his matter will
however, be settled on Hie sliamor
Mr Hosiner will be one of Hie ren
resinlutltea or Hie local H.irinrd club
at the continlloii In the H.ut Ho
11 ill nlso tislt his home in Boston
while uwii) One of the most llupoit
unt things In Hie Islands count etui
Willi ids visit to the States ttlll bn
Hie Infill million ho will get fiom visit"
to the chief ftneslei) stations ut
etcit id ire It is possible for him In
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
A eiuantlty of secoud-hnnil cciiiugnt
etl lion in good condition Addics
"H," this oinic 3083-lw
New HempsMre Not Instructed
CONCORD, N II. April 21 Iho New liitnipdilre Iteiuhlk.in Slule
Contention choju 1111 iinlnsti tided dolegatlon to the National convention.
ST PlITUHSIIUUd. Russia, April 21 Plaiaids bavo boon posted
thltmghout this city warning people that a eliolei.i epidemic Is expelled.
m 1 Oil
ADMIRAL VERY RETIRED
WASHINGTON. Apill 21 Real
Apill 23, and Captain Cuttles will be
COI'HNIIAC.UN, Deiimurk, Apill 21 -King IMttaid nnd IJuiuti Alu
autlila hate aiiltod buro em 11 visit.
1 1 1
WAR VESSEL TO VENEZUELA
WVSHINOTON, I) ', Apill 21
Bunt to VeiiL-iuuliiu wateiB.
Intuiting IIS.' uen s of land the
' use of tho l.aupahoi line Siu'ar Com
,1.111) lands ut l.aupahoi hoi ixplnn
on llio 2d of March of Ibis .teal lin
b) 11 holdover ngioetiient, the com
pant lias been going ahead since that
time Tho land has been under eon
sldcrntlon for eomo lime because ol
certain nrrangciiiiut'i perl lining to
wnsto lands llieie II w is found out
Hint about 17 per cent of the land was
waste, nnd so Ditlis ft Co, tin
agents of tho coinpanj, woro notified
of (lie termination of llnlr tenn of
For the last flftien tears they ban
been paling 1111 ntei ige of Id lents
per acre for this land, making n j ear
Ij ateriigo of about $1200 which th
goicrmiunt sveeiwd. An upset prlii
for these lands in tho future has hcer
nnmed nt $2.70 pel acio, making thu
earlt rentnl iimouiit In In tho neigh
boihood of $8I,"0, wIiIlIi means (hut
Kit era 1 bundled pel cent moic luonet
from these lands will llow Into (In
Tho new pi Ice Is inado with tegaiil
to all clastes of the bind, whether It
Is under cine culttinllnn 01 wlmilur
it is lneielv wnsto land
About 2r,00 acies of thu totnl laud
Is planted 111 can ill (be pn sent time
The I.nupuhochoo lease of Iho 3132
acies iutoltes about twothlids of the
whole plnnlnllon It is understood
Hint the sanio coinpiny will bid It In
nguln According to (he new leant
law, iho cut d mm: ut lesertes tin
rlglit to call in ant porllon of the lane
at ant Hun fur bomesteid puiposiH
but to lie fill I mil 111 it was planted
111 cane would pinhahii not be called
in Immidlalih without ullltliut no
B. BS i
Cuptulit Rces, tho new comninnd
unt ut the Natal Station, wont to
Pearl Haibor tills morning with Ad
miral Voi foi tho purpoo of look
ing over the giouutl at this impoi-
Iniit point '1 he party, Including
Captain Reos, Admiral Ver), and Cap
lulu Carter, uniting citlieis, went out
011 the lioiiiols tills morning about
S.30 n'c lork nnd lcmiilncd thiougli
the foiennou. Captain Rees was
shown n good 11.11 1 of tho illy )estci
dti) in an automobile with Admlrn'
The command eliangis foinnlly at
noon linii'Hicw when the Admiral's
(lug vtlil lie lowcretl and thirteen
guns Hied as a salute
Admiral Ver) leaves on tho Korea
IMoIOn dHIL IS
Superintendent of Public Woiks
Marslon Cnmpb 11 this morning to
ceiled lib e uiimisslou as I.b uii mini
Colonel of i:ugltit ers in the National
(Iiiaid of Hawaii This mi) nn an
that ibeio will lie a kihcIiiI eoris of
ellglneeiH Incorpor tied Willi Hie olliei
hrnnclicb of Hie Nnllonil C.uatil Iilic
Mr. Campbell waj r membei of (inv
iinor Dole's Staff ttlion tho lattir was
Chief i:ceutlie of the 'leniloiy.
1S5 edltorij' -omc H56 busi
ness office. These are tho new tel
ephonc numbers of the Bulletin office
A Most Excellent Assortment of
3 HE BEST 'TITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
fi2 S KINO ST PHONE 525
Admlrnl Vory will lotiro Thursday,
piomolcd tu ling milk.
V United States war vessel Is to ho
n,i-jiE3 5 ui .ml
,d a 3 --2 rS i ? 5i
m 'o m n in tl m Rl-t
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Last quarter ot tho moon, Apr. 2.1.
Hawaiian standard tlino Is 10 bourn
30 minutes slcwor than Greenwich
(line, being that tf tho meridian of IS7
Icgrccs 30 minutes. Tho tlnio wlilstlo
I1I01V3 at 1 30 p. m , which Is thu sumo
as (Irccawlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local timo for tho
K K M 5C 3J K X 55 K 3C 5S 3C if 5C X 3f
It DEPARTED !
ii. it X JC K 3C it A 3t 3( X K K V, X K
Tuesday. Apill 21.
Sliur XV f! Hull, Tliniiipson, for
Kauai, 5 p in
Stinr. Iiialanl, Self, for Molokal mid
Maul polls 5 p 111
Wednesday, Apill 22
O. S S Alametl.i, Dow doll. Tor Sail
Fi jurist 11, 111 n 111
l 5X 3t Jl S R ii 2? K 31 X a X it X X
Per stinr. Mlkahala, (liegorj, from
Kllllli, Apill 22 Miss Nodttlli I. lent.
Chmg, (1 It Ktviut. S i: Plllr? II.
llniebt, F. It l.'t.nt, Don Spllluian.
llr Fiear, P Pick A I.mii.iii. Miss
i'lnnej Miss I.5011H, W ll l lint ford,
I( H R 3T R jr X X 7 3i 3S ii V H JC U
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
X 31 U 3f V J f 31 31 )(. 3t it Jl ;i K K
Pel S S Alameda, ftu Sun I'l.m
risen, April 22, 1(1 n 111 M-. nnd
Mrs T I Nealtind, Mr. nntl Mrs. A.
T. llioek, Mrs. I. Fr.itos, Mrs I.. Ham
mo), Mis i: Roiisl, Mis. C M I-ouls,
Mis. N S Noiits ami Infant. Ml mid
Mis It I, Allusion, (iiiiorntii mill
.Mis 1 teat, ebllil ami maid, Mr. and
Mrs. .1 C Cohen. .Mrs (1 F llraikull
mill sou, Mis ,1 F MeCriim Miss A.
Jenkins, Mrs (1. II. llosmei, R. S.
Hosiner, Mi nnd Mis (Uranl, Miss
Ada Aderik, Mrs A. V. lliuian, Ml 3.
.1 A Vet ict mid lormit, Miss C. II.
(lllbert, Miss A Peiilei. Mr mil Mrs.
Devltt. Ml nnd Mis. V. O. Smltli,
Mrs II. Cameron, Mr nntl Mrs. II. I)u-
niout, II. C. Sm.illoy, Alot. Sinalley.
Mis K Jl l.awler, Mus I. nvler,
Hiistaio Ciillimnu, Mr. nnd Mis. (1. I..
Iilgoluiv ami iblld, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Spltzin, JnmcM I. I'ontilek, C (! Hart
lett. Mis Aim l.ognn, MUs Mil) Log
1111, Mrs A C Fieomnn and ibiughler,
C C, Smith, J young, .Ins W. Pintt,
.Mr nntl Mis .1. II Pinker Mrs. .1. I..
I Robinson. Mrs. W It Coole), Mlsa
M. Coolov, II Rosenbeig, F XV Illicit.
wall and wire, Mr. Dunshec, A. II Vi
en a, W. C Don, XV. 11 I.) 011 W II.
Cooley J C Cooley, .1. I Jlcl.augh
lin, .Mis I .1. Meliugblln, Mrs C-co.
Owun, Mrs. I) iv lei Wblllic), Mr mid
Mrs Rnnui) Scott, Mrs Hugo Hear
nnd daughter fi N mid R K Smith,
Miss I, Smllli. Mis John A McCniid
less Miss Madge McC'i'lldleSH .lint
McCanilless, A Ouitle), H A. Kiiutl
sen nnd wife
P11 stinr XV f! Hull. Thompson,
inr Kauai 5 11 m , April 21 W Slod
dmt, II 1) llaldttlu, W II. Stnekli.im.
Ret W 11 Oloru11.1i II flullck. Itet.
Seudder W II Rico, Mrs. W. II.
Seott and 3 ihlldien
Per stinr IwaPiiil Self for Molokiit,
" p m pill 21 Fathei Joseph, It.
Hind, C, It Cooke nnd piitv
K K ;f 5f "a. 5. n 3C f if w V n ;f X
k K )i K ;( s X 1: Jt, ;t ji n . 't is a ;!
Per stinr Mlkalrila Oregor), for
Kniuil. A111II 21, 5 p 111 (1 II. Tall
child mid wire, A. Haucboig, ,1. II
Ci imes nnd wife I: Palmer
Pet 1 Inn f'l iiiilino, llonnett, for
Maul, Apill 21, fi p in Mi Deeu,
Mrs O 1, llopklus and 3 chlldien.
m c I,
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fi WATERFRONT NOTES
U )t u, a. it 111 Jl 3f 3t it Jl Jl 31 Jl 1C
Tho OSS Alameda balled for
Sail Fiulieiscn this 11101 nlng ut 10
o'elotk On btianl was (lot 011111.
Pica, off for Ills ti I11, and a number
of (ititeinmcnt (initials Tho Ru)al
I lawn lilt 11 Hand was In uttcntlauic,
pin) Ing faiettulls tu Iho liutoloia, its
Thu bolt's ncioiiimodatlons tveiu
lulrly well lllled, nn sho tan led 77
litiseugois in thu iiiblu anil lux In
9Ti27 bags sugai 2K.(i cases of can
lied pineapple, 1 IK flesh pineapple,
81 S lugs colTie 11 id liagi lieu, 52,710
buiKhe.s Imiihii is, 2 uiilus 13u(l Ions
of inlhcc llain 011 1 emgo nnd n,0 10
mnliiH of Mih Man A Pjttni
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinfr.boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be no
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it. however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Bo?.t and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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