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EVENING Iim.LETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., WEDNESDAY. Aril. 20, 1908
mow & itf I
Oceanic Stated and Third
All vtsltlnj members ot ba
order art cordially Invited to
attend mrttlnc o( local lodged
HARHOSY I0BOL, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets evsry toudny evenlns at
7:S0 in I. O. O. f. Hall. Fort Stieet.
E. U. HKNDKT. Secretary.
BKN. F. VICKERS. N. 0.
All vliltlng brothers Yory cordially
.'.IYSTIC L0DG3, No. 2, K. of P.
ltots vry 'luesday evening at
..10 o'clock In IC. of P. Hull, cor.
Port and luretanlr.. VUltlnc broth
ers curdluilv invited to attend.
W. L. LYLE, CO..
F. WALDHON, K.11,8.
0AHD LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mets every Friday ovenln; at
7:30 In K. of 1. Hall, corner Kort
and UeraUnia. Visiting brothel,
cordially Invltnd to attend.
A. O. DEEHINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.ll.3.
fiOMOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, U. r. O.
12., will in tot in their hall on King
ssar Kort t-i every Friday even-
Dy order nf 'he & It.
IIKNHY C. EASTON.
WM. It. McINEKN'Y. E. It.
W. MTHNLBY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets Tory tlaturday evening nt
7:30 e'clock in K. of I'. Hall, cor
Fort and Uorntanla. Vlsltlsg broth
US aordlally Invited to nttend,
W. L. rilA.EK. C.C.,
K. A. JACOUBON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. .
Meet-. i.n the 2nd and 4th WEI)
N BSD AT venlngi of each month at
7:S o muck In K. o( P. Hall, corner
BaratoaU und Fort streets.
VIsttlLg Haglea are Invited to at
tend W. L. FRAZEE. W., Treat.
H. T. MOORE, Socy.
KAWAHAH TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Moscw evry first and third Thurs-i
J&ys of each month at KnlghU ot
fythUa Hall, risltlng brothera cor
Jially Invite! to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. JJUUPILY, C. of R.
Spring Floirers, New Ribbons,
Feathers tnd Hats Are Arrived.
Wirs frames, mads by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Je sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel Ft. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Prlntlnu at the Dulletln. I
k Folding Carts
rvtrg and Btthcl Sts.
I IF YOU AUTO
You should carry with
you a package of
FIRST AID TO THE IN
JURED. r If it a pnnvDtitT
P thing to carry and is W
1 Benson, Smith &
? Co., Ltd., J
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
alt , extract
It wiii build you up
finAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
! -. '-n-Xiiii
AGENTS F O II
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
Jone by the
' Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
JM Beretanla St Phone 1491.
BV BULLETIN ADS. PAY TRJ'
LOCAL AND GENERAL
W"" Next Saturday's Bulletin
will contain full particulars of how
to spend a vacation without spend
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3C1.
Panama lints cleaned at the cjiobe
The Fleet la coming. Let uc clean
up the City.
Do not fall to lie at tho elutice to
nleht at the Seaside. '
Ring tip Scotty'a when you want n
good auto ride, l'hono 107.
l V. Spin or Mhue, Kauai, came
down tila in tho Mlknhala.
Tin1 Itoquols will leave nt 7:30 to
iiuuiow morning for Moloknl.
He. Scudder wag among the arriv
als in the Mlkahnln this morning.
Putnam Health Pills matte rich
blood; 50c. n. package Try them.
Kc'wln Fernandez returned this
morning from Kaitnl on tin' steamer
Now Benson's Tmuarlnds nt Mm.
Keartis, 2."e per Jar. Don't go to sea
Hock beer Is nil the rage at this
time of tho year. Tho best drawn
bock Is nt the Fashion.
Tho Seasldu cottages are delightful
In the summer time. Engage a col
tage now for tho season.
V. A Kinney and II, A. Jaeger
Were Incoming passengers on the All
knhala today from Kauai.
White lawn In 10, 12 nml 24 yard
pleres at special prices this week nt
A string of gold beads, lilghlv val
ued by the owner, have been lost and
liberal rewanl Is oilered for their re
turn. Seo Lost mis..
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Atnblc"
Yoj will bo surprised at Itj cuollnc
and preservative properties. Callfotnln
Feeil Co.. agents.
Wad.' Wnrreii Thayer has been
I,,.. ile an iiililltliiunl leferee In Uink
mptcy eases. A. T. llroeK may e
turn from the Coast.
The Whlto Family Uotnry (lock am'
chain stitch) Is the boot sowing ma
chine In the world. Denny & Co., Ltd ,
Ngents, 12CC, Fort street. Phone 488.
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143.'
Man Plo. the Chinaman accused of
receiving property stolen from the
lulled States, was found guilty this
ilternoon. lie will be sentenced to
morrow. Superintendent of Public Woil
Mnrslon Campbell has submitted '.lie
plaiis for thu wood-block pacing in
Queen street to the ltapld Tiaiif.lt
Herbert llalllie, the librarian of tin
public library of Wellington, Now
Zealand, has advised thu Promotion
Committee that ho will come to Ha
wall on a visit on the net M.uiuka.
Ah Willi, the Chinese Illicit disiilloi.
was this morning sentenced to spend
six mouths In jail and pay u tine of
SMIO, In lieu of which he will prob
ably put In another month In p-isu.
Partnership papers were this morn
ing filed by ten Chinese to lorni n
company to bo known an Sing liv &
Company. Tho company will carry
on 11 feed, produce and general mer
II. W. Prouty, attorney for Wil
liam lllcrco In tho case of Illerco vs.
UiKV-liInx, has made application fur
admission to the local bar. The c.vjo
which he has Is one that liu excited
a great dual of Interest.
The purty which will go to Jlolo-
kal tomorrow will go In tho Iroipiols.
President ot the Hoard or Health 1..
E. Cofer, Acting tloveruor Mott-
Sinltli, and a number ot prominent
citizens will make the tour ot In
An order has been 11 led by Judge
Lindsay for 310 n month to be given
by Wm. Savldge. administrator of
tho estate, to Minnie Lucwetko for
her maintenance nt the Leah! Home
for Incurables. She Is now 3200 In
debt to the Institution.
An order has been tiled giving to
Elsie Wundenberg, widow of Fred.
Wundenberg. the tltlo to lands val
ued ut $1,000 along the railroad on
the Ew.i side ot Dr. McGrew's placo
at Pearl Harbor. Tho title was to
hue been given to her husband, but
hi died before certain things regard
lug the land could be cleared up.
MAKES LAND Ui
Arrniifceuientu wero perfected this
morning by Superintendent of Pub-
lie Works Mnrston Campbell i'or an
exchange of luuds between tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works and the Tr.rltory.
Sonic- wonderment was expressed yes
terday when It became kuowu that
the Iron Works Company had pur
chased a quantity of land here from
the Cuuha estate and from outside,
Tho details of tho exchange shoiv
that the buy was for the purpose of
getting html for which the Coveru
ment would trndo. 11 tho Territo
rial holdings In this district are now
concentrated on Mnunnkea street.
while lots A uml 1! go to tho Iron
Works. Tho trade, although nego
tiated by tho Honolulu Iron Works,
really favors tho Government to n
great extent on uccount of tho fact
that tho latter gels 1C.102 squaro
feot of land In exchange for 0,27
sqimro feet. Tho deficiency to tho
Iron Works Is mado up by reason of
tho fact that thoy have sovoral old
buildings on tho property thoy ac
quire pormnnently by tho trndo, and
which they held before utidor lease.
in mm ports
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, April 29.
SAUNA CllL'Z ArrheU April 2.".:
S. 8. Columbian. fi" Illlo. April 11.
ASTOUIA Arrived prll 28:
Am. bktne. Chcballs, from Maka
well, proceeded to Coos Day.
SEATTLE Sailed Mil -l
A.-II. S. S. Alaska. i foi Honolulu.
SAN FKANCISCO- irlM-d April 20:
P. M. S. S. Korea Hence April 23. '
YOKOHAMA- Saib 1 .muII 29-
P. M. S. S. Bib-. I.- I 'r Honolulu.
v o '
Now Hint news b.i- been received
(bat tho Marama li.i l-!i Victoria for
Honolulu there can hi littlo doubt tit,
the npponranrc or Kub-llk on ' Mon
day or 'Tuesday. The chances art!
tho vessel will be In lute Monday nf
teinoon, und, as b- Is late, wilt re
main only six hoiii'M. Three hours
after her arrival Kubollk will walk
on tho stage ut the Opera Ilouto and
play his II 1st number to n Honolulu
audience. Matiagii Adams Is so cer
tain of. this thai he Is going ahead
completing arrangements to that end.
If the concert does noi take idr.ee he
mid Kubellk will Itu the only ones to
sufTer llnanrlally, for an) money pjld
fur tickets will be refunded.
Tho people at Iknlou & Co., look
for tho Marnni-i tn poke her noso
around Kuko Head hoin-tini- Monday
afternoon ns sh- N u smart wss-1
ami will make a quick run lo recover
the lime lost b) the br-.ikage or the
piniip-i. This mi-ins that Kubollk
will glvo an evening concert. The
tickets may be bad at Wall, Nichols
The It. M. S. AoraiiBl. dipt. J
I). S. Phillips, cam- into poit this
morning, bringing passcngeis and
freight from Sydney, llrlsliane and
Suvu. She luld all of her nceoiiimo
dations full, but was rather lightly
loaded with freight. She brings 1111
tons general cargo for Honolulu.
A dozen pussciigcrs left the steam
er heie, and she hud applicants for
all room on her trip on to the
Prominent nmong her passengers
Is Sir Edward Leihinere, ii notol
sportsman, who has hunted nml Ash
ed the world over, and Is now return
ing to Loudon from a trip lo New
Zealand, on which he Indulged In his
favorite pastimes. J. L. Tlllotson,
connected with large wjup Interests
In England. Is also aboard.
The Aorangl bioughl a number ot
cricketers In her first cabin, ,who aru
playing locnl followors of that gamo
Sho loft Sydney on the 1:1th, and
reports a smooth run. with tine wea
ther and n niodcruto head swell since
striking tho latitudes of tho
"trades." Heavy squalls were en
countered near Sydney Island, with
The Ao.angl sails al till ev uiim.
(Continued from Pare 1)
cago Dull. News, April 7, has tho
following to say:
HAW MIAN CASTS A VOTE
Although Heputed of Chinese Par
entage Peter Farr Zano I)e-
' posits Ballot
Peter Farr Zane, a natlvo of Ha
waii, or leputed Chinese parentage,
cast his lli-ut vote as an American cit
izen loihi) In the -Ith precinct of thu
(Ith ward ut the polling plaeo at Dili
:iOtb ttrcet. -The strain of Mongo
lliiu bliioil was held by somu of tho
Jitdgis ol election at the pieclnct to
bar Zane t rum tho ballot box. Tho
question was referred lo thu electiun
commissioners and tholr lounsel, At
torney Frank D.v Ayers, decided that
under tin- Federal statutes Zane, be
ing a unlive of tho Republic of En-
wall in 198, becamu u citizen of the
t lilted Mates when Hawaii becamu
a Teiiltiirj, and im sueh was entitled
The ouug man wns born'.ln Ma-
kapala, North Kohula, Hawaii, Mar.
. 1S8C. In father was ii mission
ary fi om Canton, Chlnu. Ho was ed
ucated In tho English schools In the
islands and two years ugo'cama to
America. He attends tho Wendell
Phillips High School, preparatory lo
enteilng Hie Unlvorslty of Chicago.
bo fai as the election commission
ers have learned, Zaun Is tho only
Hawaiian of Chlncso descent who vo
ted In the Chicago election today.
A Most Excellent Auortment of
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
in mum play
IT tli CONCERT
i :s' '" 'fi. - .. -jALa,-. .' va&i'Sri'' ' "i ' "t ''liiiiTiWifiiiiii -iTiiri'" lir f "rut -.ii -f., 1 1. 1. 1 ,
jy-u. l.f ,frttfM&te'iiitfilliiliiliSmaii1i1 i tiiilil'lli' Hi mi' if iiim ' i mMttml- i:,V'-tV'iJ:ilBsaj ti
Your Eyes Can
depends upon how you treat them.
They'll do all for you that they can:
don't vou owe them something fo:
A. fi, SANFORO
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
(Continued from Page 1)
placed in the adjacent stream Ui i.
use of the men and their i, .!! u
"This i.uggcrtlon." i ibi WII ,
"would rioiitt! no Jen'mwy b'tv.-ici
these two hotels. Thoy t ih ..u '
equally anil tho iiue-i.. will i..im
ample groan. Is to str, I nrnunil uu let
At tho litiggi'Gllnii of ;ir, Wnldron,
Cnptnln Kces Jokingly ugreod to mc
that good weather prevails. Tic
music will bo furnished by thu m, a
from tho fleet nnd the local musicians.
Another Interesting feature which
wns (llscunseil and decided on b the
mooting was that the officers of ihc
licet be given automobile rides douu
to Pearl Harbor. It was decided ll.ui
one half of tho officers go down In
uutomobllea cut tho steamers by .a.
On their return they will exchnrg.
places, allowing those who went do vn
in the automobiles to return by sienni
urs while the steunior peoplo would
comu hack overland.
To secure lumber for tho construe
lion of dancing Iannis at Moana and
Seuslde, W. H. lloogs suggested tl.ai
Marstnn Campbell bo ruquested to
borrow lumber fiom (ho lumber d( ti
ers here. ".Marstou Campbell did ic
markably good work when he l-i-i
teeured liitnber from the lumber peo
ple." said lloogs. and tho cunscquene"
was that the expense for putting tip
extra lnnals In the Palnco for the 4lh
of duly eek-brallon was very small.
Otilv the lumber that was actually
damaged was piid for and the rest
did not cost the t-niertaliinicnl cj,:i
oillice.il cent.'' Thl was ngrccd .upo.i
and Citinphell will be asked to hold
blmrelf In rendluecs for the job.
Mr. Lewis stipgestud that In (nter
tnlnlug tile olflcers nnd men of tho
fleet. It would bo- besl to give them
somi-ihlnc oirtcruiit from what they
tTro accustomed in die States, l.els
and flowers nir.y be secuicd so thai
they can h be Ice Iced during tho
dancing. Thu, nii'gcsti'ti received a
second und the committee embody It
with Its other arrangements.
James Wlldei. who has been limit
ing sketches of the l-'apeiiu lulls anil
suriouudlng country, stated that when
completed It would be mi ldenl spot
In which to entertain the blue Jackets.
"Tho water," he said, "is .If. root deep.
It Is clear. The scene of the inr
rounding bills Is picturesque. One side
of the falls Is owned by Cllvo Envies,
who has a tea house In tho neighbor
'mod, and the other side belongs lo
the Wplkers. Netlvo grass and guavn
trees are In abundance and thu hoys
will certainly enjoy themselves theio."
Mr. Davlus will bo usked To.- the use
of his beautiful garden nnd tho tea
With the selection of tho Finance
Committee for tho entertainment of
the fleet, the meeting ndjouruvd sub
ject to the call of tho chair to such
tlmo when the committees nru rcaciy
to i -port.
l:e.sl.! Chalrmtm Waldron nnd :Vc
lolary E. A. Hermit, those present
were Jumt Wilder. A. L. C. Atkinson.
II. F. llorlleinan, Frank K. Aiclier,
Abram l.-uli. llo Fon. M. PhlHps.
Win. Horiga S. Sbeba, Dr. T. Mlta
iiuirn, Cnptiln C P. Itees, J. M. Levy,
I. O. Lulled W. T Lucas nnd Jno.
The rieis Commltteo hold a meet
ing yesterday afternoon to discuss
tho plain foe the Fleot entertain
ment. As the Executive Commltteo
expects thla commltteo to look after
tho newspaper correspondents on tho
Fleet, II was pioposod that n hoad-
quarters bo arranged for the visitors
and If the general program udnpLi
Itself to su'h u thing, that n combi
nation Hawaiian, Chlncso aniUauan
ese dinner be glvnn tho correspond
ents some tlmo during tholr stay.
The Infnimntlon Commltteo ot tho
Fleet Committee hold u meeting yos-
terelay afternoon and organized for
Tho commltteo will keep open n
btiieau of .information during tho
time tho Fleet will bo hero to bo able
to give full and complete Information
as to places nnd sights at;d how to
got to them, points of Interest and
tho cost of reuchlng them, nnd itleo
to give Information regarding hotc-ln.
boarding houses, rooming houccs, nml ,
places of entertainment.
Tho cotmnltteo doslies all hotol I
nml boarding house keepers nnd pur-!
tons having rooms to rout to tend It
n eoYnploto siutcmont of tho accom
modations thoy luivo to offer and
with rntos by 'the day or weok.
A large number of plana and sug
gestions wnro discussed at tho meet
ing nnd sub-rnmmlttees weie appoln-
One black hoi ,0. rindor can have
same by proving pioperlv and pay
log for tin.-' .id, at llulletln oilice.
A string of gold heads, last Thurs
day, on I'ensacolu street. Liberal
lownnl If returned to 1C08 Pcn
?ccr littlo follow 1 llo cough3
io hard ho cannot cloop. That
malciw him. weak and sickly all tho
nc-t day. His brother thinks this
ct ughing is terrible. So ilo we, for
we know that just a few Joaos of
will stop tho cough. For sixty ycnr3
it hi3 been tho standard remedy
witli men, women, and children for
colu., cougha, and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic orpoisonofanykind. Be sure
that you got Aycr'3 Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
ffipirt j t Dr. ), C, Arf ti Co., lentil, Xau., U, s. A.
twl to -ei fuller Information on
them. The committee hopes to he
able to secure quarters In the Pacific
Hardware Company bulldlnc for its
siiiiiiiixs n a a n m a a u
t WATF.P.PR0NT NOTES R
j. si a r. u u a r- k a a ku a
THE STEAMER SHV.MIAI.A Capt
Oregory, nrtlM-a ul I o'clock this
morning from Nitw'iiwll: and way
ports, will 3135 bah. wigi.r, I 1ml-'-IiIiIoh.
I hale shee-p skiti-. I-' empty
wine cask.. 17 bni',1 tarn, 1 crate
pigs. 1 pl;t, nn liS paelciu-.i sun
THE A.-H. fl fl. M.-.:.-,i leave.-i rent
at S o'clock this nrturnuou. Sim pa
rlpie out n light load or sugur nuu gen
rial nierchnnellse. Tho hig rndtfhtei
will go to Kiihnlul, KatiDiipall. atp'
Hllo lo load sugnr lor Sanln Cru,
ON CCOITNT eir heavv .rains H
Knhulul, where the- Nevedan Is load
ing sugar, the big A.-H. bont will mil
leove Tor (Ills port until Slay lat. She
ivns due here today, to loavo tomor
row for tho Coast with passengers
THE NOUWF.CHAN steamer Ora
laud put Into port yesterday with
2100 tons phoaplritert from Pleasant
Island, consigned to Tbeo. II. Duvlos
& Co. She will get from he ro to
Ocean Island to Ioael u cargo for Aim
Itl'A. MIL WAI.fVP. shipper and
missionary, arrive I from tho- South
Seas yesterda;, leioking for a schoon
er for the Gilbert Isdanrts service. He
Ib en louto to notion
THE STEAMER KINAU. which has
Just beeu refitted lor tho Kaiiiii run.
Is olT tho niarluo rallv.,y and taking
on cargo lor her Oral trip. Sho" anils
nt 5 j). m. tomurrow.
TWO HL'NDREIJ AND TEN tons
of oonl is b-lng pin lino the Aorangl't
bunkers today for tho run to Un
sound. She arrived In port with
about 30 tons.
THE LITTLE PCIlOONEIt Knwal
lunl, which has been In the mud here
for homo time, 1., to bo heeloil over
elenned under tho water line, and re
painted. . THE STEAJIVU NIIHU' left
Ilido.i hist etcnlcs for Ill's purl nltb
433 bags Mai:. bOJ!"!' uud about 2 00
b,it,d K. P. sugai a'loiii-cl.
THE STEAMER MAUI, Bruhn
sailed ut noon today for l.aupahoelio.
and Papuloo. Sho carried no yasMou
Till! O. B. S. ALAMETJA nnlcel ai
8nn Francisco yesterday nuniiug
having sailed from br-io on tlu; 22ud
THR STKMEU HEI.ENE suIN Uf
day ut j p. m. for Pauahau, Kahala-
lele, Kukalau und Ooku.'a.
THE GCIIOONI.'U CONCORD snllefd
at noon iodu for Moiokal porta uud
1 0 OI
Honolulu, Apr. 2Pth, 180S,
bpoi ting L'dltor. 11 ifl I c t I u :
Pleaso Insert tho following notlco In
your paper tills nrjernooti under Hie
"bports" column, und ohllgo:
A regular practice of the Pacific
baseball club thu afternoon nt 3
o'clock at the oil-tank ground.
, o o o
Enllelin Business Office Phono 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185
to TOurself and let ns hnibl (bn e.-i.
noc, rowinR-boat, or vaclit wliich you
nave m mintt, wcu nave 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 Aktpai.
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a m. p m-
i Jit t nv ; ts ' an n o
p in. a.m. ' li
- m i. -j in s w ii no no r
:t ai 1-7 i -j so' a .'a k n . an'
i u" t-ft ft atv tt lo o 1 h a;
1 40 l.t 4 oo o 4A ii as ' h ' a
-i at t.el 4 (0 io en - I a ut a 37
II . m. I I t
I', eo.l.f : irjio So o :si ifn an
Now moon Apr. SO nt 5:10 a. ra.
tt IX liitllSiKSMKJlSJ St
iinn x u t : ti h 54 a: y 3? a
Tuesday, April 28.
Nor. S. B. Oiland. 1. A. je, rrom
Pleasant Island with pbosphnles.
WednoBday, April 29.
II. JI. S. Aoiangl, Phillips, from
Syiiwy via Honolulu for Victoria anel
Vuncouvet, S a. ui.
siiur. Mlkahnln, CiTsory. from Na
wlllwlll and way ports, at 4.tTS n m.
Sitnr. Mlkahnln, GretjDry, frdm Is
land ports 4 a.' m
I'r. stmr. Ceylon. Jouau rronf Yoke;
liania. 11:80 n. m.
-ii ti iv ii u r. u a r w tj a a v. n
m rt s a r ir w tt :t h a n v' ;
Tni" lay, Avrll 2s:.
Slinr W. fi. Hall Thoinpsm., fur
Kauai ii-ris, v. m.
Simr. Inulanl. Self ii Maul and
Moloknl iioris. .'. p. m
Wednesday. April 2D.
81 mr. Maul, fir Iflmiel Mjrtii. 1.: in
Scbr. Concori;, for Mo'ok d, l'.' ni.
XUX sana .-, tt ;'t jt it n j!
it k s x )t a a n it a a m p: k a n
S. S. Ao-.angl, Phillips, ro.- Vanioac
er and Victoria, u p. m.
s c t s it r( i: tt si iv s ;. a it ,i a
;t u t- a k i: ii n s k k (t a x k
Per stun-. MIlT.liiila, April 2'.. .1 II.
Ciuni-r. I'll 1'iTii ,'nl, z, ttei. H ii. 1 1-.
W. A. KlimiN. II. A. J a, K. I-:
.Maliluni. C. W. Spiiz :.;i-l -pi ' e
Per stuir (.'ijl.-n. .'ouan. i--.ni ,
kobanm Alnl 29 -Hi union 'l
Per R. M. S. Aoiangl. Phillip e, rrom
Sydlioj, Apill lll.-C.lr. I.L.: r. Mia.
Lister. I. II. Sttrkir, I. A. Gnr.lc,
Mr. McOrlndle. Mi. s Mon-la, D. H.
Soot I. 1). iruwthei. Max Pohle, (i.
l.ourlEFcan, C. Stutlsco, A. Folds.
U a 3t n it it it 55 '! tt 3 It
st it Jt :: a a t it a a k ;j
. Per B. S. N-vadan. lor Ban Fran
clsoo, April 30. Cimili- Cl.tpp. Mrs.
It. J. Iluelily and child, Miss M.
Peck, Mr. and Mrs E. A Knii be-r
Mr. nnd .Mrs. A. I f'n-iU and iv.-u
children, A. II. H. Vi -Ii i. Mn- John
A. Scott. Mr. nnd Mn. Cliut-m J
HiilrliliiM, J. P. la ;,!, K. (iiustnl
Frank Winter. Ml-:i In-ne ll-iibi-,
Miss .Maud .loiles, .Mh.i Imgni.u- llis
gairel. Pel slmr, Kinau. Ap-ll 3i. fen
Kaiinl. A. F. KniiiMcn and wire c!.l.
drcn and maid. Mm. C. M. Cooke-. It.
Cattail uud wife. W. Alcxiiad-r, J. P
Cooke, Mrs. Noonnn.
K PA58EKGr.E4 DEPARTED '
Per stun. W. fi. Hall, April i!.i, !, i
m.. fur Kauai. W- W.iHrhuiise in I
wife. E. II. Ilroai'tienl, It. W. T. Pur
vp, W. KllS-eelie r r uud chllel. II. K'llll-
m-.'.iin, F.H. Ilueh.
Per stnir. lw.ilrnl. A t'A 'S, u p. ni
for Pukno.- Mi.-, s li. iVue d.
lira wb mm?
LIo.mI Ciukllng, chief clerk in the
Cloioniur's otl'ce, la old today, tic
)an wisely l hat he Is not yet llftv
(which is quite wltbiu belief) and
nHo thai he Is over fvcitv-o'io
( whn h, ut corr.o. may ba truci. At
-my i.iit, tills Is the natal dav of I ho
popular ufllil-il, and there a-e many
who am wishing him many happy
returns of tho day.
(Continued from Pnze 1)
out lei he Incompetent and unquali
fied to hold thelt,ofllcos. Thirae who
.no ijirkluB llecliloy for Count v
Jieasurer sny that he would male a
gooel oue. us be la strong (Inane lall; .
Nelthor Notify or Aclll could b i
seen this fureiioou ulouf Deckle ' .
candidacy, hut reliable Inforinnih-i
has It that they will bade Iu.rkl-y.
Hockley was Interviewed today and
when apprised of lib position tilnml,
stated, "Ihnt Is the first tlmo 1 heard
"Aro you Going lo run .'o County
Treasurer. Admiral 7"
"Well, I don't know: I am slmDlv
laying low," answered M-ekley.
Would you incept ti.0 nomina
tion If offered j on?"
"1 can't say nn thing about It.'"
"C2YL0N IN PORT.
The big French stoamnr Coylon,
Ciiitujn Jon ii arrived In isirt shortly
before no-n toeiny. from VokoUnnia.
wllh 2000 toui general oi-lcntul ions
rlmndlsn an-I two paossng-rs for llu-.
i--i. nun reijons u oniuoin passag.
from tho Jupaac-sB nort. film will
pinliiild) leae nt noon Friday for Srn
rraneisco, on lior vny around tho
world. She la a maenlncent boat,
be ttcr perhaps than any steamer
touching this port, otltsldo tho Mon
golia and Manchuria.