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BVENINO nULLKTIN. HONOLULU. T II TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1008.
OooaniC Stated and Third
All Visiting members of die
order are cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
BARMOflY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0,
Meet ever) Monilny ovenlng at
J: SO la I O O. f Hall. Kort Stieot
E It HENDRY, Secretary
ijfn r vn KLita. n u
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I0DQE, Ho. 2, K. of P.
Meets ovcry luesdiy evening at
i:30 o'cloak In K. of P. Hall, cor !
Kort and Heretantc. Vltltlng broth-
crs cordlnlly Invited to attend. I
V. L. LYLE, C C ,
p. waldron. KH8.
OAHU LODGE, No 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
7:0 In K of P Hall, corner Kort'
and Oeretanla lsltlng brothem!
cordially Invited to attond j
A. O DEER1VG. CC,
J AS WHITE, Ii 119
HONOLULU LOME 01G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No 610, U P O
U., will meet in their ball on Kin
ear Fort street ovor Friday even
tog. Hy order or the K It I
HENRY C EASTON,
VM H McINHRNY E It
VTm. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho 8, K of P.
Meets every Bnturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K of P Hall, cor
Fort and Uoretanla. Visiting broth
irt cordlall) Invited to attend.
V W L FKA7KK, CC,
E. A JACOLISON. K It S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NK8DAY evenlnca of each month at
7:S0 o clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Srctanla and Kort streets.
Kit Visiting Bagles aro Invited to at
. V. L FRA7EE, V., Prest.
H T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets uvery llrtt and third Thurs-i
daya of eauh month at Knights t
Pythian Hail Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited o attend.
J. W ASCII. Sachem.
A E MURPHY, C. of It.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
Vienna Bakery '
Is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
TTip mnf nnnnlnr
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
r Jack Scully.
"The Best Whiskey on the Market,
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
't Fine Job Prlntlnn at the Bulletin.
tving jnd Bethel Sts.
$ If YOU AUTO
You should cairy with
jou a package of
rillST AID TO THE IN
JURED. It is
carry and is
I Benson, Smith &
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
It will build you up
OiUKBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND IHNG STS.
i iTcciicirAM, xiraa.-acdgxriiua :;..in.
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARR0W and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
S M 0 K E
M. A. Gunst & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
i Ith their new FRENCH dry eleanlno
268 Eoretanli St. Phone 1401.
IHP BULLETIN ADS. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Not a single cent need be spent for
this summer's vacation by any per
son who tries the Bulletin Vaca
Auto nt hack fare. Tel. 381.
lMtiima hats cleaned at tho (Hobo.
The Fleet Is coming. Let ui clean
up the City
A biy colt has strn)cd 8eo tliu nil
In tliln Issue
Ring up Scotty's when you want n
good auto ride Phono 107
Putnam Health Pills inoko rich
blood 0c a package. Try them.
MMMon h Tamarinds nt Mis
Ke litis .'lie ici Jar Don t go to hi a
Mrs 11 llilggs Holt, who has bun
ilnngorousli III tor tho past few Uih,
Is much bottc r tuda)
Hock In or Is nil tho rage nt thlh
tlinu of the j ear Tho best drawn
hock Is at the Fashion
1 ho Seaside cottages nre delightful
In tho hummer lime Engage a cot
Ingo now for tho tenson
Tin1 Ami ill in Ilnwiillan S S No
ndnti will sail April 20 Instead of
Mn 2 an has li'in scheduled
White liwn in 10. 12 and 21 vird
pit em at spiclal prices this week at
Lucv Kumnka was on Monday
(.ranted a illume from John Kamaka
in the grounds of nonsupport
Anjom who has some black Minor
ca hens to --oil can get rhl of them
by uuswiiing 'C In tho Want t'ol
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Ita coollm;
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co . agents
Mis M Turm.ius second lecture
un ulvaiuid thought will take placu
at tin' Klliihini rl Loaguo hotel tliln
Tiuxdav culling il S p m
Suruuu W A Wall Is prepirliM
In niaki ,i i i) ot boutl, Kon.i tin
will ln nimi c niploli than an lli.ii
lias i m i In i ni I li In Ton1
The White Family notary (lock anil
chain Btltch) li tho beat sowing ma
rhino In the world. Btiiny & Co , Ltd ,
cgenlH, 12CI, Fort street. Phono 488
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.
i liiM' the cluapest ami limit n. i
"nihil tiiin cotta ware In the clt
Flower potB anil siueiTB of all bloa
ihlnmo, sewer pipes nnd water
mains Lowers &. Cooke, Ltd
Urltlsh Consul Forster plld his first
ofllcl il lslt to Captain flies, new com
militant at the Naval Stitlon, nt 11
o'clock vestetdav The niiiBiil was
given a siluto ot scvin guns on his
depart tu e
A F Kniidsin will spiak this even
lug on the topic "Tho Light thai
I.lghteth the World" Hlb talk will
take place at room 11, Kaplolanl
building at 7 4 j p. in , under tho aus
pices of tho local bra.ich of the Thio
John F Sllv.i, vice presldint of
the Kaiilulunl biselull league, has
boon ulvtu full power bj the Yiiuiig
Tidal Wavoa to tell out their Interests
in the leigue, bo tint tho place Is
now open for any temi which wants
to libido li the lilies and rigulattons
of tho organization and buy tho opm
Coniit Electrician W L Fraco has
Intiodiicod n new method or Founding
the whistle giving time to tho ship
pint' and biulniss communllj The
whlstlo nt the Lucas mill Is snundul
aiituniatlcnllv bv electricity, from tho
surviy nlllro Since tho tiro In Lucas'
mill which illsaliled tho time whlstlci
fm a pirlod Iniprnveuieuts have been
HONOLULU HI IMS
Tho Honolulu Iron Works Is ac
quiring nil kinds of land In and around
Honolulu NOnu tract of 87S squaio
fiet was mild b) Angela E Cunha to
tho big company tor the consideration
of Slooo, and Emanuel Ciiuli i nlso sold
lliree tincts of land to tho company,
for tho sum or $5000 This land 1b di
vhled up Into three tiacts of 207, 115,
and 117 squaro feet.
Two plices of land In the block
bounded by King, Nuuanu, Quoin and
Maunakei streets were also puichased
by tho Honolulu Iron Works Iho
total of this proper!) Is 2247 Hquaro
feet It was sold by Frank M Swan,
and Alford L Swan tor the Bum of
$4 77t HI This purchase of propel ty
Ih In line with other ImpiovemeutH ami
advancements which the big lion
Woiks Compaii) Is making
The Oiiomco Sugar Co this mom
Ing gladdened the heaits ot Itu stock
holders by announcing that It would
pay n dividend ot 1'4 per cent on
Mn) S, while heretofore Its dividend
has bci u 1 per cent
Tho stockbrokers am saying Hint
tho banks aro opening up more as a
result of tho good times caused b) tho
advance In sugar, and that the) aio
now seeking loans ns n means of In
vestment Until recentl) over slnco
the unnnilnl dltllciiltles on the main
land, theio had been considerable dlf
Ilcult) tu getting loans oven on good
security Tho banks aio feeling the
beginning of tho good times b) the
Increase of deposits, which has been
qlilto noticeable or lato
Col Andrew R lllakely, proprletoi
or the St ClmrIo3 Hotel, Now Or
Ic ins, is dead Col Illakeley was
well known to almost cvoty hotel
man In the United States und many
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
MONDAY, APRIL 27.
VICTOUIA, April 20
S S Mnr.imn, henco Tor Honolulu,
returned, air pumps luoKin
SAN FUANCISCO Sallul April 2fi
Am bkl Knliilaul, for llontiliilii
KA1ILTI.UI ArrlMil April J7
S H N'cvnilaii, rrom lloiioliilti
KIHKI Arrived April 2(1
S S Lansing, from Honolulu
OKAYS lIAItHOH Sailed Apill 20
Schr Houulpu, fur
SEATTLE An Ivod April 27
U S T l)lx, heme
SAKE MEN AROUSED
(Continued from Pise D
i ailed for tills afternoon, piolinhlv at
t fi clot L The subjeit mittir that
wltl bo discussed is tint "I sake"
It Ih leporteil that sake limn Japan
will be prohibited piovlili I Hie s iko
un1. vvlilih Is ponding InvehllKillnli
lit Sin 1'l.llielneu, is di i hied iignlliKl
The Japanese 1lu.uoi-ilu li rs cinct
eil that this luattei witulil be taken
up b tho Federal ntithoiltles and to
that end the) met Mime lime ago to
icli.inge their respective views nn
I Ai.il niiungei or Ham inn Slio
tcn In an Intuvlou this morning
K.ilil tint his Him had abandoned tho
llqiicn business uliice Julv last 'We
are not III tho liquor biisiniHH now
Hilil Ai il "Tlieio wiih nn niiini'V In
the iki business Dm lug lilt I Ittei
put of our llimor busliiius wo ou!
sold in avciagc of lvi nlj-tlMi tula
of mi l.o per month Wo have bieu i'l
the liquor biinliiess tor eight cnrs
and wo iininil veu little piolll In It.
The questloii ot H.ikc being nffeeted
b Hie puic-food net Is not of Inter-
tst In me The firm of HauiaiKi Is
out or the liquor business ami for
tint ii isoii I hnvo nothing further
to si about It "
S KoJIuin, one of tho prlmlpal
llquor-ilialerH, when lull ivlewnl,
lalil vii little of the sake IiiihIiiiss,
Sake Is n popular drink ot the
Japanese," said KoJItua tod.i), 'but
the are getting niciistomed to drink
ing foreign beverages. Of niiirse It
will be n hardship to the drlnklnt,
Japanese If Hake Is piohlbitcd fiom
coming Into the Islands As n busi
ness man 1 would like to sec sake al
lowed Into the cuttntrj provided It
Is brought In according to law. The
law must be uspccteil"
Pi oni gem nil InToi minion It Is Bald
that tho linns or Ilnckfeld & Co
Macfnil.ine & Co W C. Peacock &
Co, Lovejoj d Co, will be lepre
seutcil nt this afternoon's muting
The Japanese linns will be S Ozakl,
K. Odo. T Silliilila, S. KoJIma anil
S. Kimuin The meeting. It Is sild,
will bo Intorestl ig from n business
point of vliw It Is expected that
legal nilv In- will in sought before the
matter beionus more serious
(Continued from Page 1)
the cue of the bh I, mid hclplcts To
,d.i) thee liibtlttillons cover tho wide
terrltorlil cpan-,o of the gieat illc
ccfce in Its lufuuc) the Ari:lulloce?e
of New York w is joor and In Its ex
tremlt) nppoilui fur aid to Hie moth
or iiiuuttics nf Euiope Tod.i) the
value or its pioputles N eloso to
J00,000,000 and Hie annual tevenuo
of tho Aichdluieso Is almost J5,
000,000 Tho seven tins To Deum startot
the morning of ill 20 with a iiiasi
of thanlvuglvlug It wjs sung In uv
ery Catholic chin ih, nilsjliin, ihapei,
convent ami IiHtltutliiu Ihioiighoiit
the ArclidluiiiM Hut tho ie.il b
ginning ot tin un nl vei sin) hervlco
will be in St PitiUkH Cathedral tho
niornlng or Apill 2S. Alchblsho,!
Farle) and his pi lists and tho faith
ful of the Ariliilloieso then will wel
come the visiting Cardinal, the Papal
Delegate ami tin American hleraichy
or Archbishops Pontlllral mass ot
thanksgiving will begin nt 11 u in ,
with Cardinal Lugue as the celebrant
iisslsled bj Mgi Fnlionlo. Cardinal
Gibbons will pi( nh. tho bcrmon. The
program or music will be graudei
than an) ovei beroio attempted In
Equill) Impusslvo services vvl'i
m.il k Apill JS, when, ut S p. n ,
theio will be pontifical vespers, with
Mgi Falionlo ollleatlng and Aich.
bishop Glennon, of St. Louis, preach
ing the bcimuii
Wednesda), Apill 20, will bo ihll
ilren's da). To St Patrick's Catlin
dial tho glils and bojs of tho Catho
lic faith will nuiicli from all tho par
ochial schools of Greater New Yoik,
and nil Its chinches. Foi them th'-u'
will bo a solemn mass nt 10 a. in,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
i . " i ' ' ' " i ! . i" "t " . L , i k v I
--.'t I . I , Vrfr ', f- rrVHnri.W.iri.rlr' m- -Tni-fniikiitiA
Your Eyes Can Do
, , ,,
depends upon how you treat them.
They'll do all for you that thev can;
don't vou owe them something for
A. N, SANF0.RD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
and u special program or music b ,i
choli of parochial school chllilre,
who have for many months bee
trained for the ovent That ovenl.
there will bo u mass meeting lit Cai
'I ho sreno of rolehri Hun will ngil
shift April III) to St .'i.tiltk Cttlu
dial, when there w II be u rolemli
pontifical mass of n iilom for ileail
Jilshops anil irlests of tho diocese
Tho list of distinguished dead Is a
The Department of Public Instruc
tion has made a tr.msfei of land with
tho American Sugar Compiii) Tho
roriuer has tumid over a piece ot land
at lvniinnkal, Molnkal, known as the
School Grant No 21, Apmi 7, rnd
having nn aria ot 2 acres
In return tor this, tho American
Sugar Cniiipauv has turned ovei to
the Depiilmmt of Public Instruction
that portion of land known ns flrnut
Nn 3.1.13, consisting of 2 acres
i! V K
it A f it rf X X Jf
The Hawaiian Inn J will glvo a pub
He iiincirt lonlghl nt Aala Park, com
mniilng at ,7 30 o clock Following
Is the progiam
March "Pickles and Pcpi en"
Ovol tun "Victor Emniiiiel" Kilns
March 'The lliilahul.i Hill" (new)
... . Knlaul
Solictlon Thu Kunnwii) (llrl" . .
. . . Monckloa
Vocal 1 law allan snnga ai hv Ilorget
Caprlci" "Awakejilng of the Lion"
Waltz "Meirv Widow" (by re
quest) . . Leha'
Modlev ' Tho Hlack llilgado" . Uc)c:
' Tho Star Spangled llannci " ,
Twclve-jear-olil Llojd Tullcr was
accidental!) shut and killed nt Sagi
naw, Mleh , li) his 12-) car-old pln)-
niatc, Paul Stuait, while the bo)s
wcie pla)tng "Wild West" and nn nt
taik was being made on u "block
Mrs Catherine C Tucker, widow
of a Confederate lomniauilci, lost her
life ut lloston, Mass, In a valu cffoit
to sa,ve the life of a pet rat, which
had caused n 11 ro b) upsetting a
DULLETIN AD8. PAY
HAWAII CASK POSTPONED
WASHINGTON, I) C, Apill 27 -M. F Prosser, Dcput) Attomey
Geniial of Hawaii, who has bieu In Washington making an elTort to
piebcnt urgumeiit In u number ot Tonltorlal eases bcfoie thu Supreme
Court before Its suspension fur tho term, has been tumble to secure n
hearing II) agreement, however. Chief Justlco Fullei will take up the
Hawaiian cases on tho flist Tucsdi) of the next term
WASHINGTON, I) C. Apill 27. -The Sonalo has defeated tho hill
appioprlatlug for thu hi)lng down or four new battleships, but havo
ngieed tu u piogram vvlilih provides tor the beginning ot work on two
this )eii and two next )eai.
TANGIER. Moioeio, Apill 27.--The icpoit that Rahuill, the bandit
who held Sir Han) Maileanfoi ransom Horn the Urltlsh Government,
had been iisbaislnatcil b) his trlbcs-nen, Is raise An ambush was laid for
him, but lie escaped death or iiipture.
MEXICAN TROOPS WITHDRAWN
MEXICO CITY, Mex. Apill 27
which were sent to the boidei of
oi deled trick,
SAN DIEGO. Calif, Apill 27
pioachlng this poit.
Best line of $3.50 Shoes in the
New Spring Style Just Arrived
Yee Chan & Co-,
PHONE 087. KING AND BETHEL STS.
a; is c k k ji ;c 2: H :s m jc 5c jc
'o WATERFRONT NOTES
H Jt ill it M U is ? K K 32 30 JC 30 E
WITH TlIK UATTLESIIIP fleet re
unlnlilg hero but seven dnys, as nn
niiunceil In estcrda)'g afternoon As-
M,ciutui Pious sonice, rour or tho bat
u0 chips ut have to bo coaled at ;
time, two nt tho Naval wharvis mid
one nn either side of the Alnkeu stn ot
v half At least 15 000 tons of eual
lll bo given the sixteen battleships
"HIi: TEXAS TEHITANTEPEC S S
(o, inincniplatlng running n lino ut
lo.tmshlps between Tchiiantopce nnd
lipau, Is Inquiring what Inducements
Honolulu has to offer foi stdiniuhlpi'
i f thu lino to stop here
THE SCHOONER It. C BLADE
ihutit 110 da)s out of Newcastle, nt
lived outside the harbor this morning
;md will go on this afternoon, without
eiiloilug port, to iUsch.il go nt Maka
THE STEAMEIl W O HALL
Tlumipion, sails at ! this afternoon
for Kaitat, mid tho Iwalant, Self
leivcs nt tho sumo hour for .Moloka,
THE AMEltlCAN SHIP Dlrlgo tin
Islus illscharglng coal for thu Naval
Station todn). ami will take on a load
of sugar for Delawaio llreakwator
CAPTAIN UOSEHII.L has unite the
command or the tug Kama to work
lu connection with raising thu wire
less mast ut Kahukil
THE MATIAMA left Victoria nt .1
o'dick this morning for Honolulu and
Austrulli, after putting back Into poit
with tu-iikeir pumps
Till: A II S 8 NEVADAN Is due
In port tomoiiuw from Kahiitul, to
sill Tlnusdii) at fi p in for Sail Fran
THE SCHOONEH CONCORD, Dud
olt, leaves tomorrow for Lahalna and
Mulokal ports t.lth a general cargo
THE STEAMERS Manna Kei and
Milium I in Fiillid at noon todiy for
Hawaii nnd Maul poits
THE STEAMER J A CUMMINS
left Tot Oihil pints this morning.
THE STEAMER LIF.ELIKE silled
at niion todn) foi Hawaii
BOVS HEip DAY
Field day next Saturday at the
f(o)B" Field promises to be of unusu
al Intel cbt The entiles aro almoit
double those of last )ear. As this
will necessitate two or mure heats J u
man) of the events, competitors are
heieb) notlllcd to be on If.iie.
Gates open to the public 2 p. m ;
II ist race, 2. JO. Competitors will be
admitted nt 1 30 and will get their
uumlicis at tho dressing rooms.
Friends nre eortllall) Invited to be
pi emit Admission free Seats on
tho grand stand, 10 tents Further
announcements lu Satuulii)ii 1) u 1 -latin.
cardi on tale at
the Bulletlr offie-
IS STILL ALIVE
'Hie batteries of mounted artillery
Uuitctnulu bomo time ago have been
NEAR SAN DIEGO
-Tho torpedo-boat bqu.idion Is
1 . u m-mr
-J III IJ-LIJI
a ? air' w a
3d 5 d ?d ?3 f IT
a-m ft p m n m-
1 Jl l 4 i m is s H '. m c i
p ni n is III
1 -ii 1 1 1 I'l .ii 'i a, i a r a
a j., 1 7,1.1 m mm v, ;, n n
i uv i s, a a oi 10 4i i j a,
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I IU 1 'I. 1 UI 'I I, 11 T 1 .1 O .1,
I I I I
Ji 1 'i I i lo irt - 5 tl. IS .
n ni. I. I l
i. 1I I II. I iri lu w. n 3 "6 J, C .:.
.New moon Api. .10 at 0.10 n. in.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes Blower than Greenwich
tlmo, being that of the meridian of 157
icgrces 30 minutes. Tho Umu whistle
blows at 1.30 p. m , which Is tho Bamo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for the
whole Group ft
5J Ji B U 2 U II IC K Si a 3 35 81 X
it DEPARTED it
TiiChilny, April 2S
Slnir Mniitn Kia Freeman, for llllu
nnd wn) ports, nt noon
Slmr Manna I.oa, SlniorHou, foi Ha-
Wal land Maul ports, at noon
31 31 511 K M A ii K W iC M li ii 3f K it
SAILING TODAY a
;n:)ntxxKi!,".;t a a a x k x
Stmr W. (1 Hall Thompson, for
Kami poitH. r, p m
Stmr Iwalml Self, for Maul and
Molnkal poitH, G p in
fl, M IC A 31 31. S( 3f 3C M Id It X h it
5 DUE TOMORROW
ii A K 3f K K ii Si ik K M V, a M m
A II. S S Novnilan, (lieelio, from
Kilhillul, a m
' TO SAIL THURSDAY M
il jt M X id X 3d 3t X K 3d li XKXK
U S At transport Cionk, Williams,
for San Francisco, 11 a m
A II S S Novadan, Greene, for San
Francisco, C p in
K 3 K M K n 14 X n U H R 3C
Pel stmr M.uma Kei, Freeman, for
MtialicM Maken.i, llnkalaii, lloiinniii,
Pepeekeo Onoiuen and Hllo, April 28
P Messcheart, C Macrtins C E.
Phlpps, Miss M R Philips, Mrs E G
Weldon nnd child, .1 D)or. C Hede-
maim. Miss E Mills, II L Marx, A.
C Alexander, Rov Kroll, wife mid two
clilldien. Mis II M La Rue. Ji , C I.
La Rue and wiro, Mrs II M L t Rues,
.Mrs .1 E La Rue. Mrs F E Kolilcr.
Mrs. E K. Freeth, C .1 lllset, Akadn.
Ch.is Daniel, F C Jackson and wife,
Father Edwards, C C Hitting, lUshop
Hestarick and wire, C V. Iluhlwln, 0.
V. Carr, W A. Wall, V. Hurd. Mrs.
Uutler, Miss Irwin.
Per stmr Maunn I.oa, Slnicison, for
Maalaea, Koua and Kau, April 28, 12
in L A Thurston, W It Castle, I)
Tin lies E E Cnnant, It A Mo
Va)no, J A Mngoon and wife, C W
Abliford, R N Hemseii, S E How
ling Miss Mar) Lincoln, Miss Mninl
K 3 3C 3C 3C 35 3. K 5C 1 X I St Sf 33 25 :
K PASSENGERS BOOKED
x k it a it it a a k a a a x k m 3t ;i
Per S S Nov, ulan, lor Sm Fran
cIbco, April 30 ChoileM Clapp. Mib.
It J Duchl) and child. Miss M A.
Peck, Mr and Mrs E A Kniidscn.
Mi and Mrs A I Cm lis .mil two
children, A II It VMia, Mrs .John
A Scott Mr ami Mrs Clinton J.
Ilutclilus, J P Itego, E Omsteil.
Per stmr Klnau, Apr!' 30, Tor
Kauai A F Kniidsen and wife, rhii
dicn and maid, Mis C. M Cooke, It
Catton nnd wire, W Alexandir, J. 1'
Cooke, Mrs Noonan
Per stun W. G Hall, April 28, 5 p
m , lor Kauai W Waterhouao and
wire, E II liroadbent. It. W. T. Pin-
vis, W Knsscbcii nnd child, II Kuhl
maun, F II Uucli
Per slmr Iwalaul, April 28, I p m,
foi Pukoo Mrs S 1) Wood.
AGAIN TAKEN UP
Thu flshmaikct preposition is onco
llinio tuken up b tlioso who mo In
terested In Its Improvement. A com
mittee i (insisting ot F II MeSockcr,
James A L)le, C II. Dickey, L. C.
Abies und (1 Usborno havo been ap
pointed to make mrungements to
w.uds getting the mattir Into shape.
It was Mis Graham's 'idea to rnlsj
SUIi fiom null oiganUiitlon Intel
estcd In tho move She Is very cn
thiiblustle over tho proposition.
George W Smith of tho Merchants'
Association took uctlvo part In pio
motlng thu scheme to success, sug
gesting that thu chairman cuiiimiiiil
catn In writing with nil tho organi
zation buch as the Shrlners, Elks,
Merchants' Association, Chamber of
Commoice, Engineers' Association,
Eiiitcrn Stars und mail) others.
Mrs Graham iih ihalimaii nnmcil
MtStotoi and Geoigo W Smith a
lommltteo to draw up thu plan. Tin
committee will hold n meotlng today
Pine Jnb Printing at the Bulletin
to yourself and let us build that ca-
I noc, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
jiuvg in jiiinu, we tj nave it reauy
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 Worki,
King near Alapai.
tn ,.. ., ..ir iti m.,,,,, . Mr,l