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BVEN1N0 nUI-LKTIN, HONOLULU, T H, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1008
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 rtcoutar
Oceanic 2nd Denree.
All vlsUlnc members of us
ordor ure cordially Invited to
attend mf tltiK of local lodgee
HARMONY LOPOE, N?. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets 'very Monday evening at
7:S0 In I O O. V. Hall, Fort Stieat
K 11. HENDRY, Secretary
HKN. 1'. VICKElCS. N U
All 1bU1iir biothen very cordlallj
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mcati uvery lu.sday evening a!
.:30 o'clock In K. of P Hall, cor
Hrt and Horetanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
W. h LYLE. CC
T. WALDIION, K II 8.
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
MuU every Prlday evenlns at
7:30 In K of P. Hall, corner Port
and llercunlt Visiting brothel
cordially Invited to atteid.
A O DBEIUNO, C C ,
J A3 WHITE, K It 3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No C10. 11. P. O
C, will meet in their hall on KIne
Dar Fort si'eet ovory Friday even
By order or the K It
HENRY C EASTON,
Wil. H. MclNERNY. E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Mtets every Saturday evening .it
T:J0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort und Utrstanla. Vliltlng broth
m cordlall) invited to attend,
W L. FRAZEK, CC,
E. A. JACOUSON, K It 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meetu on the 2nd and 4th WEl
NKSDAY evonlngt of each month at
7:39 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
3retanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. KUA7.EE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAUAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets every first and third Thurs-
iayn of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ilally Invited 'o attend.
J. W. ASCH. Sachem.
A. E. MUUPHY. C. of It.
- wr'Wll,a.rtt""" '-!J1- -'-J
Bulls For Sale
Young, Fine Bred, Imported and
4000 Oreun Roofing Slate 10"xK'.
BOO One and Two Prong Iron Kence
1 IB-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Csstlron Pitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
jewelry is something which you'll be
wnnting, either for yourself, or for
wife or sweetheart. Call at oar
ttore and see what we havfc to offer.
The goods arc rj'K'ht; so are the
nrii-cs. If we car't do business the
fault won't be onu.
1013 ITIIUANU NEAR KING.
"bAiviouO i-UANI fuRE
Of All Kind's And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Bcrctanls-.
Go ' Carts
h.u g and Bethel Sts.
For Accidents on
tic road. No automobilist
should go on a run without
one of these convenient tmck
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 Street3
It will build you up
GiiAHBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIEHCE-ARR0W and CAMERA
TOURING CARS ana RUNABOUTS.
Most Fetching Eastern Styles.
UISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Always Has The Same Fine Flavor.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleanlno
3S8 Bciratanla 8L Phone 149!.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Never feed discouragement to a
warry let a Bulletin Want Ad.
cheer things up. Only One Cent A
Panama lint 9 cleaned at tlio Olobo.
Edwin l'ornnndez goes to Kniml to
nlKlit on tlii.' Mlkalinla
Pnllier Edward camo down tills
morning arriving In the Claudlno
C II llmad returned from Manl on
the steamer Claudlno todn)
Cnpt W 0 (loodman wiib an nrrl
nl on tliu Claudliio, which cimo In this
Jiiiihs II l.oo will nail for San
Prune Ixcu today on the steamship
Mr and Mrs CI. II. rah child rf
Kami aie liookotl to depart on the
Why not upend tho summer at one
of tin; Seaside Cottages? Engage a
To enjoy tho host lido In an nuto In
Honolulu ring up 290 for Jim Qulnn'i
now beven booted Fcerlcss.
Admiral SiuiTnel W Vorj of
Ilnltml StatoH Navy, leaves foi
mainland today nt " n'clocli
,. Ilnnehiirg of Hnckfeld At Co
lonveg for Kauai thin afternoon, Hail
ing on the Btcnmer Mlkalinla
Mr. und Mm. August Dicier and
cr Mongolia at R o'clock this after
fanill) u ro hooked to leave on the lln
Tom Qtiinn has gone Into the nuto
hack business with n line four-passen
ger Ilulck and Is prepared to furnish
Hit, hunt tviillitn Lnrilrn Phnnn !tf. 1
v. ,-i .i,nM V. vt in
;""''" T . 57 n Vij
nnvvaiian umre opcciuiiy ivo xau.,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143.
The Clitibtlan Endeavor Society ol
Central I'nlon Church will hold 11 m
d.il in tho rlmrili parloru I'rld.i)
evening, April 2tth.
r T P Wnlerhoiiio, who went up
to Hto tile rubber Industry nt Nnhlku,
returned tudnv on tho Claudlno. He
teports (iieourngRigt of tho lubber
l)r II M Hnmlll and wife, both In
the Sunday school work of tho M E
Chinch, South, who have been for the
past six moutliH In lap in, arc pusxeu
gent tliiougli for San Francisco on the
Comment of tho town on Judge Pe-.
i as n candidate foi Major was be
ing sought this morning. Ah Judge
Perr.v was n constant opponent of
Couutv government nnil refused to nc
ecpt n nomination to the Legislature
because he could not stand on I lie He
publican locnl mv eminent di cl.ua
tli 1, It Is piesunieil that he has no
paitlcular liitefcm in the e.invasH In
JUDGE DOLE IS
64 YEARS OLD
Judge Snnfonl llnllaid Dole Is 01
jeaiti of nge todni. und sass that he
reels Just as halo ami hearty ati ho did
ten eirB ago He has been occupied
nil of, his spare time this morning to
celvlng tho congratulations of his
friends, many of whom sent beautiful
bouquets and clusters of flowers.
Judge Dole has a wonderful iccord
behind him Ho was bom Apiil 2.1,
1611. In Honolulu, mid this has been
his homo ever since ln.lSSl he was
elected to the I.eglslatute anil In US?
he was appointed ns n Justico of the
Supremo Court He was president of
the Provisional (lOveriiliient In lyj3,
und whin the form of government was
changed to n Republic ho was ulso
made the President In June, l'JOO, he
was Inaugurated ns tho Govornor of
the Territory of Hnvvall, and thieo
jeais Uter ho was mado Judge of the
United States District Couit, which
position he mill holds.
UCIIT SOt M
An application for a license to
form a beciet society which will he
known us Prancls Council No &".!, n
branch of tho Young Men's Institute,
was Hied this tiioinlng by u party
of Portuguese fiom Hawaii. There
aic Ilft-nlne nunicb signed to tho up
plication, the cdmmlttce being M do
I" Splnohi, Antonio A. Silvelrn, llzc
klal Vlerin, und V A. Corvntho.
Tho boxing tontcbt vvhlih will
take phue at I'oit Shatter under the
auspices of the i'oit Shatter Athletic
Club, April JO, Is expected to thaw a
huge ciovvd, its the parties taking
part In tho contest are the choicest
and best llat-lutiitlletH In tho I'ort.
James Ilhd, the 12J-puund cham
pion of the l'ort, who Is to go ten
Manilla with Kid ltli hartlsou, sas ho
is going to mnko the best show lug
that was evei put up by tho club
iports of tho Port
W E Pool and Piank Mtupli), tho
fustest ami heaviest boxers of the
-lull, will light six fast and Interest
ing rounds, vhleh will bo well worth
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING SI. PHONE 525.
CABLE REPORT OP SAN
Wednesday. April 22, 1008.
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 22:
Jap. S 8. America Maru, for Ho
nolulu. KUiiILlTI Arrived April 21
Am schr. Alumna, fiom Taltnl.
KOREA HIVES HERE
The P M. 8 S Korea docked nt S
o'eli ck this morning on route from
Yokohama for San rmiipiiu.ii The;
big liner had M'Untun pnsseugoiH in
the enhln foi Ibis pint, iiml HiOO tons
of freight for this poii, iih well as i2
lugs of mull. K. Alio, the new Jii
mioso vico consul fur the poit of Ho
noliilit, ntrlvcd on the stintnor, mid
lllshop Hnrrls, of Toklo liipau, Is In
the city today, n tliiougli pissenger
Irom Japan for San PnnilKco, with a
largo paily. The lire on their wa
to llnltlmorc, Mil , to attend a genei.il
Loufiienco of the M E Church theie.
The Korea roisirts line weather
tliiougli nil tho passage The ncrom
modntions urn well lllled
'lhe pnaiongors who hlopped oe
In thin city nte- II (1 Holt agent
lor the P. M 8 S Co nt Sluiilghul
who is on ii acntlnn vlxltlng M fnm
" ' ! !.. - "",.,,ke hull
lieH trip to tho St iti lielciiu iln r
turn to China. Julge I II Ileultv or
thV Circuit Court ol liluho who has
bein on it tour ol lhe orld, nnil who
iv III mnko u sta in the Island. Infore
Uturiillig In Ills home In Idaho Vt I
Dlckev, ii haukir nl I lesiio. Cul , lie
romiiaiiled b) Mn Iilikev and i hit
dieu. who have In u op n tour of
C'hluii nnil Japin an I nho will in ike
a Ltop hole hefoie pniieullug home
M(Sis V. .1. (Iltrnrl and C Y l.e Ills
of the "Island of Jusev", England,
ftlll tojouru lieie on I heir wa aroiiud
the wot Id II I lllhli.v. of Itilstol.
Engl mil, nicmnpatili I hv Mlsn lllsley,
Thiv will visit filmiH In the IrlimN
Mr.i a 3. Achllli and funill o!
Sew York, Will in ike n prolonged
visit here. Aim K Mm the .liipineke
vlre consul, with Ills fuullv, arrives
lust from .In p.m.
l'lomlncnt throudi passtugers are
Judge E. P. Johnson mid Mrs John
son of Manila are in mute on n visit
to t licit home In t li Hi ites
Judge J. T. Traoe of Manila, ac
companied by M-s Tiuv mil miii
me on a Visit to tlu States Also
Judge 1). It. Williams iircouipanled by
his little daughter, an 1 Judge Adam
V. Curson, both of Mimll t.
I.leut E. II. Wnlfou U. 8 N late
of t'le Asiatic' Miiii'ron who ts inidei
orders to proceed to W islilngton.
C.iiitaln Aiidrua Dixon of tho Pacific
Mall limr Persia, who turnol his ship
' ; " " "' " ,' "' ,
"".""" '" "'-"' ,"'" '" i" -
to San Pranclsco,
Kn'iMi1 S I I.oninls and W W
Sill) the, U S N., who have boon do
tuelied from tho Ablatio licet and are
proieedlng to San Krautlcco under
lliuliop M irlani C Hnrrls, who lias
been vuiuniiid vslth tho misslonarj
work of lap in and Korea foi many
)ears. Is on it visit to New oilt
JIrs E P Woodward, wife of Stir
vcjor of tlii Poit Woodwnrd of 3an
Pranclbco, accompanied by Jllsses
Ileus mid linn Woodward and Mr.)
H H llo,iis who havo been on a
round tiip ti the Oilent on tlio Koie.t
are en male to theh Iiomo at Kant v
Dr. Prnnklln Rogers. II. S N, who
has been hi ttloned fcr'tho past six
vcars at okolinmn, Is iiiociedliig
with Mm l!tiiis to ills home In the
M and W Itlaboatschlnsk), bankers
of Molaow, Russia, r.ie on a visit to
the Stntcb ettiouto toiui'.l the world
M E Moiks Musscy of Iliiupfoid
Hall, Enejaii nccompanlcd b) Mrs.
Mnsht'V, will vUlt tho St-ltes.
Ml und Mis Du Stiffetli and Mr nnil
Mis I.c Cmute of Paris, Mr and Mlbs
iVnhli mil I' l.icobben und Mr Hells
Dihlgtiril of Copenhagen, Mi and
Mrs Sduiv It I.jsight und Mi A
M 1'rv of Hrlitul, Englnnd, Mr Pied
eilc I .n I man ainl Col. Putilck Kehlr
of India Miss Ilurko-Wood of Muiston
Hall England and Mrs. M. (liatilx and
Mr (iillam Webb or Stuitford on
Avnn, Engl mil Mr Norman Nuvvell of
Stockton on Tees and Ml. Stanley
Steel of Sunderland, will visit the
States en muto to their liomea In
Captain ('Ins It. Woodruff o of To
klo, Is en toiito to lilb homo In Lou
don John Mofut of PalBloy, England,
Is tetuiiiliik to his homo after a lilp
aioiind tho woild.
.Mrs Elln K Sibloy of Now Yoik,
and Mis l'loienco C. Ashley of Detroit
are ictiiitiiug to their homes fiom a
tour or tho v.orld.
Clirlstophi r C Doiioviiii or Santa
Rosa is letuinlng from a t nun I tilp
to the Orietti on thu ICoicit
J. II llllnud and Mrs. Hllaml and
II II Hllaml and Fred A. Millet of
Chlcigo an ii'tiirnliig fion nil ex
tended tilii to tho Orient.
Calvin I'm die, r.cll known In the
anthracite legions of Poimsvlvnnhi,
accompanied bv Mrs. I 'at dee. Is le
tinning fiom a trip to tho Orient
J Reirsnhler, accompanied by Mil.
Helfsuldei and d uigliter, Is en unite
fiom Kkoto to visit his homo at To
Rev Dr ami Mrs. II M. Hum 111 of
Nashville Twin , are on route home
allot a bix mouths' stay In Jaii.tt),
Tho Misses Hurt of Sail I.canilru, nc
roiiipanled by their nephew, Philip
I union, sue icturiilng from an Orient
Mossib T Kuiosnvui, C. MliUuka
nil, T. Tituluo and Dr. T. Kiuosawa
prominent In public affairs In Japan,
aro en route to tho States and I.on
.. The Work
Your tyes tan uo
depends upon how you treat them.
They'll do all for you that they can ,
don't vou owe them somethinij for
THAT I I
A. II SANFOiiD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDIHO.
M 39 M K K X K K K ii H X It a
;t H HKHS t M Jf it X tt X X -(
THE STEAMER KIN'AT once In'
ship of the Intel Island I'a 1 1 in! tit
largest nf the licet Ik fin i h co uln
or tho Miitm.i Ken, Is Ii i I'oiniv
ly overhauled, at tl inn . . i
dock, und will be pu . n III" lxnin'
run next week taking the place of the
.Mlkalinla. It Is felt t t u bigger and
better boat is needed. .. lie makes hci
first trip beginning with Thursdnv
She Is being painted, u new social
room Is being lltted up, linoleums put
hi fiesh throughout, and cvcivlhlng
THE STEAMER CI.AUDINE ii
breaking up boats at tho into or one
a rortnlght Two weeks ago sho ar
rived 'In port with n smashed boat,
and .vcslcid.i) morning nho came In
with another ho it, the side of which
hail been punctured by nicks, while
a landing was being undo nt Iloio
kna A heavy north swell set In, diiv
lug tho boat Into u cave, ami senihug
her onto u Jagged point of lock.
THE INTER ISLAND STEAMER
Claudlno nrrlved in pint early tills
morning from llllu and wnv pm.s
Sho brings, among other articles In
her hold, 341 bags of nw.i for Now
York, where It Is to be lived in milk
ing perfumes. Sho brings 10. I Ii.ik
of biigar, Till or awn .'7 if corn, 31
hogs, 01 packages of hides, 0!l emptv
bottles, 125 buiidiies.
THE STEAMER KE AU HOLT, wlih
2IU0 bags ot K H. Cn sugar, "ii" bai
lice, Tfi bags padd), 20 bigs lice' bran
2.' InigB luUdllugs mid If, pickigci
bimililcd nbiiaid arrived In pint thl,
fori noon She brought but three par
'engern from Aunhoio ami ollur pints
A TENDER KOIt the yacht Hawaii
Is Just being completed lit thcjntci
Island bhops. She will ho taken to
the vacht Siimlii) week. Tho boat is
1 1 feet long, I feet wldo and 21 lucht ,
deck Tin top Is oak finished, ami
theio lire (,rtitings hi tho bottom
THE AMERICAN barkentlno Maka
well Is making a long passage from
Newcastle, Auslialla, to Miizathin
Mexico, being out nonrlv four lnoutliK
now. Prlends or Captain Tliomns
Nielsen mo getting anxious over tills
long vo) age.
TIIE1.MA ADA I.ARSEN. daughter
or Captain ami Mrs Christian T. Lar
son, was christened aboard the Kokn
Head, at Taeontn, on March 20th, Rev.
I'icilerick T. Webb perfoimlng tho
THE STEAMER NOEAU eiino in
In port nt 12 'to today, hilnglng cargo
mi dpassengei's from Hawaii.
ADMIRAL VERY LEAVES for San
Pruuclsco on tho Korea this after
THE NIIIIAU Is piobalil) nt Ana
hola toda), loading M S Co sugir
Defeated Immigration Bill
WASHINGTON, D C, Apill 22. Tho Houso has defeated tho 1)111
Intiodiiced b) Delegate Kalaniamtulo nllowlng tho Ten itorl.il Ilo.tt d of
Immigration to accept contributions from piivnte persons and coipora
tloiih for tho purpose or nsblstlng the Immlgiatlon or white lahoreis Into
the Tcrrltor) or Hawaii.
This bill, which was backed by Societal)' ot Coiiimcico and Labor
Straus und b) Commissioner of Immigration Sargent, was to legalize the
furlhei linpoitntlou or laborers from Europe In tho way the laboiciH
rioin the ArnrrH and Malaga vvero rocrultcil and- In ought here. A geu
eutl law- for tho benefit of tlio South bail In on lntioiluieil, ns well ns
the special law foi Hawaii. It was hltteil) opposed by the lleet Sug.it
Intcicbts, who were assisted by the enemies of Hawaii.
Y0IJNQ SMITH IS SUSPENDED
STANPORD UNIVERSITY, Calif. Apiil 22 Ernest N. Smith of Ho
nolulu has been suspended beiaiibu of ills tilltoilal critlcUm of thu Stu
dents' Affairs Committee lutlia Seiiuol.i.
Young Smith Is u graduate ot Puliation und a bon or II. (J. Smith, ed
itor of tho Advcrtlbcr.
BOMB FOR GALLAGHER
SAN PRANCI.SCO, Cnllf., April 22 Tho Oikhind rishlenfo or n
Suporvlsor Gallagher, una of the boodlois foued to teslgn from the San
Piaiulsu) lloird, was damaged h) a boiuh loday Tlie pallia holleve
that the bomb was placed In an attempt to assassinate Gallagher, who
has bi.eii one of tho witnesses depended upon for niutcil.il evldonco by
the graft prosecution, ,
a i o.fr 9"
RUSSIA'S TROUBLE IN PERSIA
ST PETERSIIURG, Russia, April 2 J Tlio I'eralin situation 13
Ciowlng moio forloiis Tho Russian tioops nvnllablo for tho lescuo or
the Russian detachment cntinpped within the Persian boulois Is inudc
(tiato roi tlio vvoik In hand.
FOUR BATTLESHIPS OR NONE
WASHINGTON, D C, April 22 Picsldont Roosevelt has announc
ed Hint it the Nuval bill now lieMre Congiess cairies no nppropilatlim
tor tho const! iictlou ot two nov battleships lio will veto It.
M i U. , gm
FUNERAL Of CAMPBELL-BANHERMAN
LONDON, England, April 22 Sh Honi) Campboll-llannerman, who
recently retired Horn tlio Picmlership beeaiibo or railing health, will be
burled ut his homo In Scotland on Monday next.
&j(j CUE HE
Sugar Company Gets
Land matters mo occttpvlng tho nt
( o ion of Acting (loveriior Mutt
Ho ith thebo du.vs. A reprcsentatlvo
'r T II. Davleo & Co, agents or tlio
i upahochoo Sugar Company, eullul
I its illuming and expressed lihnsell
-I being well satisfied with the con
ditions under which lhe land will be
leased ngaln. There Is one tract of
..132 acre-M which will be leased for
$.'70 iter acre, und nnother ship of
100 ncres for which ti 35 pet ncro will
Tlio lei in of tho main lenso will
prolriblv extend Tin a period or nine
veuis, while tho smallu imu will be
lot lor n period or live years. The
Laiipahochoe Sugar Compnii) has nl
vvajs hail trouble In getting water for
Irrigation pin poses, and also hnve hail
trouble In getting theh nine iiroimd
a big gulch theie Consequently the)
aro nsklng the (liivernment Tor n light
or vv;i for n imiio lliimo vvhlrh will
cost in the lielglilioihood of $25 000
The aovernment will give tliein their
light of way proh itil) without nn
idiarge foi a period or twentj eirs
This Is done on account of the heavy
expenses which the compiii) Is und
ergolng In building the 11 nine.
Tlio hlgmst Hag In the Executive
building Is tod.iv II) lug from the
Mag-staff In honoi ofSaiifoiil II. Dole
the II rut Piesblent of tho Republic
iiml Hist (inventor ot the Teriltoi).
X K K it X X X X 1 H A V X X
X PASSENQERS BOOKED
x x x x x a x x x x a x x K k a
Per stliti Korea, Sandbeig, for Sm
Prunclsi o, April 23, 5 p m -AugiiBt
Driler, wife and maid and two III!
dron, Mrs L V Newell nnd child
Mist, Winston, Mis I' II Winston
Mia Dirndl Miss I.n Maire Miss Pal
leisou, CIi.ih Pillsbiir), wife and foil,
clilldren, Miss Winston, Miss Palmer
August Wahl, M 3 Uilnhauni, v. lfi
and maid. Item Admiral S W. Veiy
I' K Lninn. r II Clark, A I, 111 ic K
11 It Vntizvv ell nnd wire, W A. Muse,
und whe, Wm Rolikam, Ki.itik A
(iiinmer, J. II. Miller nnd wile. Mis
London, Miss Johnson, Randolph
Croiupton, wile, child mid goveiiiess
Alexander Logic, Miss Loglu, Anibroi.i
Wltt7 who nnd child, 1) Waggoner
dipt. I'. Covet hill Jones. Jas II Love
T. II Cotter, A P. Ilrlggs.aml wire,
II P llrlggs, wife and two children
Per Btmr Claudlno. Dennett, April
21, 5 p. in Mr. Decrr, Mis. C I,
Hopkins mid three chlldieii. (leoigc
Woth nnd wire and four children. Mist
M. Klnnc) Miss R L)ons, E (1. Law
Per slmr Mlknhala. Giegory, April
23, 5 p m O 11 I'alrchild nnd wife
II T Ilarclay, A Hnneberg Alto. C
Damko, E Pcrnandez, J II Craniir
and wife, E Palmer ,
X 5ti X X K X x H n X x X ii X K 5!
K PASSENGERS ARRIVED
f.' : :: '.' :: :: -v :: :: -
Per stmr Ko All Hon, A Tullctt
from Anahola April 23, 9 50 n ill
A Evenson nnd two ileik
fl i m. I 1 1
is it a i in.
Ii nl I
lis i, 1 1 ii io i la
!;, s ni 1 to I to
to j m to i' i u
I G 12 l I 40 A 10
it m n m. i m
,ii nt r, tv r. in
it m I
Ji! fi ; jo
II 131 1
Last iuaitcr or the moon, Apt. 2 I.
Hawaiian standaid time is 10 limns
30 minutes slonir than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian ot 1ST
icgreca 30 minutes'. Thu time whlstlo
blown nt 1 30 p. m, which is tho same
us Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlma foi the
5! X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
Jl M X X K 51 : Jl X X X K K W X )
ThurMl.iv, April 23
P M. S S. Kote.i, fiom Oilent,
S n in.
Stmr. Claudlno, Ileum It, fiom Ho
nek. i:t, I ii in
Stmr Cliitdine. Ilenuetl. from Illlo
and vvuv ports, I 3u n in
Slmr Niio.ui, Mitchell fiom Hawaii,
12.30 p. in.
X X X X X X K X X X x a X X X
P M H S Kinr.1, for San Praii
elco,, 5 li in
Stun .Mlkalinla (liegni), fur K.tu.o
5 p in ,
K S H U U tt K K iU U is. X X X X
" PASSENGERS ARRIVED
I'er P M H S Koiea, ft out nko
hnina, April 21 lor Honolulu h
Abu Mis K Abe rhlld mid sirvant.
Mis G S. Achllli s and child, lllsi
Helm Aihllles, Judge J II Ileatl),
Mis .III lloaltv. I.jii Kan Chun W
Dlckev. Mm W J IHel.ov. M.n.ti r
Ileinaid Dlckev. Mnstet Piank Dleki )
Mantel Jiinies Dlckev. Miss A Din.
hllis J 1'. (lltTilid II (1 Holt. Miss C
M Kellv.C Y Leilas Thiiitigb Mis
W O Ashliv, Miss Cuiolino llahcork,
Clns llaker. J Jl W lleniidiv. Mis
N llortels. two chlbtien nnd liifnni.
Miss Lena Ilrusli, P. II Ilund). Mih
W Cliik. McGeoree Iliindv Hon
Adam C Ciiinin, Niels Dahlgiard. Ins
Dane 1 1. Mrs Jos Daneil, E Davis,
('apt A Dixon. C C Donovun He no
DubillTet Mil Rene Dtibutret. .Mrs M.
J. Edmund nnil servant. II I' Kin-.
mm, Philip S I'limoll, Dr P J Pliinn,
Mrs T. Pukul. A M I'rv. O W (111.
letto, Mrs. Jl A Gillette. Miss Ell?-
ahctli GmiPher. Mrs (i irdon Giahrlx.
D J Gmtiuiinu, Mrs 1) .1 Gtitttii.inn.
Dr II. M Ilamlll, Mis II M H.imlll,
nishop M C Harris, Lieut Col P.
Hehli, II Hewitt, Mis H Hewitt, J.
H llllaiul, Mrs J II inland. 11 II.
Hlland. Miss C Huff, Miss II Ilitrf,
Miss .1 HijIT. II J Hnlllster. Rev (i
Irondcllnk, Mrs O Hondellnk and
Infant, W 1' Jacobsen, Mis. W P
Tacobsen. Justlco E P Johnson, Mrs.
E P Johnson, W T Johnson, Mrs
tV T Johnson nnd two children, Mrs.
Wm .Iimklii nnd two chlldien, Master
Edward Jiinkln, Master Win Jimkln,
T Kmos.iwu. E II. Lathniu, Miss
Muty W Lnwrence, Mr Lo Conile.
Mis I.o Comto. Joshua Levering, Mrs.
loshun Levering, Ensign S C LooniU,
U. S N., I'. Hitman, S R L)saght,
Mrs S R. L)s.ight. Stocks Miismv.
Mis Stocks Mabe, C Mldzuknuil, P
V Miller, Wong Chang Ming. J Mot.
fnt, Mis E L. Morcland, Rov U G
Murph). Mrs. U G. Murphy and two
chllilit.il. Di T. P McCien and child,
Mnsler Timmaii McCrea, Muster Wal
ter MeCiea. Rev L A McCiitchen, Ii
N Now ell, Rtnlolih Orttiiau, Mis Hii
dulph Oilman C P.mlie, Mrs. C Par
dee, W T. Paiker. Mlbs S Peteis,
Mlsi l.uc.v M. Powell, St IUahoiischln
skv, W Realioiisclilnsky. H L Rise
lej, Miss E M Itlselo),.! Itcirsnldei,
SIis .1. Iteirsnlder and child, Dr !'
Itogeis, Sirs P Rogers, SIis 11 11.
Rogus, Dr. W. Sasniuoil, H Scott, M
Shlbata nnd sen ant, S. Shibnt.i, Sirs.
E K Slblev, Miss A It. Slate, P II.
(Staples, S S;ocI and Hcivnnt. W. '.
Hmjlh. V S N, Lew Chuck Song mid
Riiv.int. T Tallinn Heiheit Taloi, II
C Theh ild. Rev W II Tipton, .Miss
Paulino Tipton. Miss Ruth Tipton,
Slastei Willie Tipton, .lulgu J T.
Tutrv Mis .1 T Tincv. Wm Ttiinet,
K. Uchlhaia, Lieut E II Watbon. U.
S N, .Mis. P C.llliini Webb, Judge D.
It. Williams and daughter and uiiild,
P. J. White. SIis ! J White nnil
tin co ehllihin, Miss Ilurko Wood,
dipt. Woodioffe Mrn E V V.'oinl
waul, Mlsu Iless Woodwind, Miss Iimi
Woodwaiil. Dr J M Wilght Sirs J
Jl Wilght and child, Sllss Leu Zui
Huh Pel stmr. Claudlno, fiom Hlln and
way noils. Apill 2.1 L. Y Ainu i, (J
R llortnn, C II llio id, Mrs .1 s
l!ll!o) and daughter, .Mis Zoo )ers
S, "It Dowdle dipt W G fiondmin.
Mrs Miiiuiv Airs ll-itlollo, Putlui i; I
waul, S Dee ker, Sirs S 'Amasakl ,.
A. Wllbon, I) I. Austin Win (liuiij
II KIiiiuih, I ninioto () Kmio
Rev C. P. Iloitg, K A Knhishl,
M. Glltel W A Andeibon Mrs J K
Kiihoopll, P T I' Wateihousc ami
30 deck pihsengets
iln Inh Printing at the Bulletin
GET IN EXT
to yourself nnd let us build that ca
noc, rowiiifi-boat, or acht whicli 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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