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EVENING nUl.f.KTtN, HONOLULU. T. II. SATURDAY, MAV 2, lOOS.
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Oceania Stated and Third
All visiting members of die
order nre cordially Invited to
attend inciting! of local lodges
HARMONY LODGL, Vx 3, 1. 0. 0. 1'.
Meets en cry Monday evening at
7: 30 In I. 0 0. V. Hall, Fort Street
K. It. HENDRY. Secietar.v
HEN. 1". V1CKERS, N U.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. NO. 2, Kt OF P.
Meets even -il .mil llli Tii'"dii
oTpaili nionlli .m T. in i in .ii K 1'
Hall, inrnei I'm i .ind llint.uiii Si.
Visiting llmlhi'ih iiiili.ill) vvilioiiic
v i.. lyi.i:. c c
T. WAI.DRON K of It .t S.
OAHU LODGE, JIo. 1, K. of T
Moots every Friday ovonlng at
7:30 In K. of 1 Hall, corner Fort
and llerctanla. Visiting brothel a
cordmllv Invited to attend.
A. G. DEIHUNG. C.C.,
js w. whitis, icns.
30K0LULU LODGE 010, B. 1'. O. E
Honolulu Lodso, No. 016, 11. P. O
it., will meet In their hall on Kin;,
ear Tort 6t'eet every 1'ilcUy even
Ilv order nr tho II It.
HEMtY o. i:aston.
WM. It. McINERNY, E. It.
H'm. M'KINLEY LODOE Ilo.8, K.of T.
Meets ovary Saturday evening at
f:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fo.'t and Bntanla. Vltltlng brotli
r cordially Invltod to attend.
W. U ntAZEH. C.C.,
E. A. JAConso.v, IC.It.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.'ot P. Hall, corner
Oaretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
nil W. h. FRAZEE, W Prcat.
II. T, MOORE, Secy.
HAWA1IAIT TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Wests every ilrst and third Thurs
iayn of each inoi.lh at Knights oi
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ilally Invited a attend. .
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. ML'RPHY, C. of It.
Spring Flowers. New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR TRICES REASONABLE.
00 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
, Woman's Exchange
I Vienna Bakerv
is making the Best Home-made Brend
in town. Be sure and try it. Tho
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
LUNCHES and D R I K X S
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel M. near Fortt.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts,
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. HcTI&HE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Printing at the Pulletln. '
KinR and Bethel Sts.
ra why you should try Allcgrct
M ti's Cream Cho:olate3. Hot
(lip lmf HTmnrtfltiT t lit,,.
t Some makers throw the in
V9 grcJients of candy together as
P if thev were tossinir hnv.
() There's a method in the man-tffc
J 1lfnfl1-A nf Minn-,-.,..'.. .1.n. .'.7
II different; it will bear the
V3 limelight of publicity. When
r vou cat these creams vou are
c?ling a preparation of cane
fj sugar, pure extracts ana the
fA lest chocolate.
P 45 cts. and 85 cts. a box.
f Benson, Smith &
to.. Ltd.. 9
& HOTEL and FORT STS.
j It will build you up
RIIAMBEBS DRUG CO.,
TOR. FORT AND KING STS.
AGENTS F O It
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
f PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
OF THE SEASON.'
MISS POWER'S Boston Bld8.
-M 0 K
the General Arthur
jB3C. A. Gimst & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Uono by the
FRENCH LAUNDRY '
Ith their new rRENOH dry cleaning
7SS Ecretanla St. Phone 140 1.
JTST BULLETIN ADS. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The dollais needed for new clothes
need not be spent for tickets nnd
board if you try the B u 1 1 c t i n Vn
Auto nt hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
Panama hats cleaned at tho lllobo.
The Fleet Is coming. Let us clem
up the City.
Oco Wells rame down today on the
IKiKihlp Manna Kca.
lUnx up Scotty's when you wunt a
good auto rldo. Phono 107.
Putnam Health Pills mnko rich
blood; COc. a package. Try them.
New ncnmin'B Taniarliids nt Mrs.
Koains. 2.ric per Jar. Don't go to sea
Hock beer Is all Hie rago at Ihlb
time of tho car. The bet drawn
boek Is at tho Fashion.
IImhpImII Is all the go now nniong
the Knm Iiojh; the nrhool team pr.ie
Hi rs early mid late.
Tho Seasldo cottages are delightful
In the summer time. Engage u cot
tage now for tho toason.
It. 1C. nnnlnc' lias made n most ex
ccllcnt lihotograiih of (loemor l'rear
at his deslt In tho Gorcrnur'a oince.
The Honolulu Construction and
Hiavlni; Company has built stables In
Kakaako not far from the brow cry. '
ur. u uay icn-year-olil child was
operated on yesterday at tho (lueon s
Hospital for appendicitis by Dr. JiuM.
There will bo another week or (lie
special sale at lllom's of shirt waists.
Everything koIiik at from one-third to
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arnblc"
Yo.t will o siirpilsed tit Ita cooIIhk
and liresorvatho proportlos. Caltlornlii
Feed Co., agents.
Aitleles of cop.irtncishlp luno been
filed b tho firm of Wo Hop, who aio
In tho general food business, at Pauahl
and Smith streets.
Do not go homo today without n box
of Allegrettl's chorolatu eiwams. (let
them at Ilcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd. 45
and S, cents n box.
Henry Hnpal, registrar of accounts,
returned this morning from llllo on
tho Mauna Kca. His father, Judge
llnp.il, Is lmprolug lapldly.
The Whlto Family Hotsry (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho beet sorrlng ma
chine in tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, J2CG, Fort streot. Phone 488.
Your typewriter should be kent in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian, Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Jiuvic lovers will bo delighted to
hepr that tho Ilcrgstrom Music Co
now havo on hand all tho song-i by
Carrlo Jacobs llond, and most of her
I.ct jour family hae as good things
to drink as ou enjoy. Order thu next
cafe of toda water from tho Consoli
dated Soda Water Works Co. Tele
Alinoka, a Japanese wrestler, was
arrested tills afternoon by Detective
I.eal, who found him wearing u spec
ial police bidge. no !s bi.oked for
Attorney (Irncral Ilcmcnwny Ins ro
celvcd a letter from Assistant Whit
lKy, who Htalon that ho has disposed
of eighteen cuses, out of which ho has
gotten fifteen com Id limn.
. Monday will bo tho opening day of
the big special sale at Sachs of
ljilles' bulls and bags. Hero hi jour
ehnii'-o to economize Items ale
walked at half price ami less.
Additional Jurors for the .l.mnaiy,
11MJ8 term ot'tho Territorial (Irani)
J m y wore drawn as follows: Maurice
IlriiHOli. J. O. I.nttod, E. C. Drown, J
I'. Fleming, Sam Parker, Fled Will-
diou and C. F. Merrllleld.
Tho polleo nro nt present rounding
up dogs tho tuxoB on which havo not
been paid. Miss Itoso Davison Is dl
ii'Cting tho work. Tho canines aio
kept for forty-eight hours, during
which time thev ran bo leilccmcd by
tho payment of thu tax. After that
period has elapsed they am killed.
Rev Crane, tho Ubtor of thu Flrat
Metlmiilit Church, will deliver mi ail
dress on tho history, polity nnd doc
trine's of tho organization, on Sunday
morning, after which n class of now
nicinbeia will o lecclved. Friends
having church letters, or desiring to
Join on confession of faith, mu re
quested to bo prebent. .
Tho membership list of tho new
Oahu Walking Club lias been placed
In tho Imtiils of Ed Towso. Name
may bo telephoned to 17.1 or mailed
to box 591. Tho organization, which
already has a considerable list, Is to
bo on tho lines of the Sierra Club of
California, of wlili li John Muir and
David Stair Joidan uio active mom-
James I. McLean has filed Ills io
jiort as guardian of thu ustalo of
Cii'iirgo Tlionms McLean, Incompeleiit,
In which ho charges himself with tho
sum of Jl'.OI t.c:, and asks .to lio al
lowed tho sum uf $ini2.fi8 for various
oxpi'iiillturcK nml expenses, Ilu wan
appointed giinrdlaii on April 22, 1907,
with tho bond of $11,00(1. Tho ac
counts are approved by John Marcal
lllio as master.
Mrs. Abbio C. Dyer, wife of Hubert
Paul II) or, a graduato of tho Unlver-
pity of California, and a sugar licut
chciulHt, has brought Hult for illvorro
In tho San Francisco courts for fall
uro to provide Tho couple wero mar
lied In Honolulu In 1893, nml Mrs.
Dyer claims Ihnt her husband was
unablo to hold a position beca'uso hu
constantly ipiaireled with his employ
era. Slio claims Hint ho 1ms glvon her
but $00 In many months, mid that felio
has been compelled to live on tho Ron
oroblty of her father.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, May 2.
SAN FHNCISCO Sailed May 1.
S. S. Ncbraskan foi Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed .Mny 2.
Schr. Ilc'leii". fur Honolulu.
Dy. Annlo Johupon. for llllo.
S. S. Alameda, Tor Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO-Airlvod Ma) 2:
S. S. Enterprise. Iron) llllo, April 22.
YOKOHAMA Artlved May 2:
S. S. Mongolia, hence Apt II 21.
NEWPORT NEWS -Sailed April 18,
Dr. S. S. Duernnla. for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Apt II 20:
S. S. ElviiKton. for Honolulu (not as
Hll.O-Salled May I
Ilk. St. Catherine, for Siln Francis
co, MAHUKONA Sailed May 1;
Schr. Uorcalls, for San Fianclsco.
u WATERFRONT NOTES t
u ig K b 3 k u a, a a sc i a n x w
MAUNA KEA IN.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Maun.i
Kca came Into port this morning front
llllo and way ports, at tho scheduled
hour, 7 o'clock Slio brought a long
list of passengers, anil her usual car
go uf tho pantry variety. Thy l-ot.t
had n lino trip nil through, (ho first In
some llmo. Tlie cargo the bnum'it
Is. 1 auto, 1 boxo chickens, 1 bag coin,
2 dogs, 2 pigs, I horses, 1 packages
skins, G baton vegetables, G empty
carboys, 7 bales nwa, S bags corn, 8
lugs coffee, 9 bag.) cocoa, 9 bag)
bones, 10 crates iclery, IG barrels
empty bottles, 20 cords wood, 31
empty kegs, 109 bundles hides, 700
railroad lies, 129 packages sundries.
Tho vessel brought In the following
sugar list from llllo: Olaa, 19.CG0;
Walakca. G000; Hawaii Mill. 7000,
Walnnku, 23,000; Onomen, 954J; Po
poekco, 3100; Ilonoiuu, KI.GOll; Huka
lau, 21,500; l.aup'ihiMliiK. 2l,U0ii; Oo
knla, 2G00; Kiiknlau. nuoo; llanmku.t,
1G.00O; Puauhau, 2S.O00; Ilonokaa,
G00O; Kiikulliiielc. SfiGo; Punaluu. IS,
000; Honunpo, 7721.
THE A.-II. S. S. NEVADAN silled
at 5:8') o'clock jctciday ariernoon
for San Franclhco, with about fi.OPO
tons of freight, most or It Migar, and
v Ith a number of passengers aboard.
Among the departutes wero Clinton J.
Hutchliis and wife, Mr. Hutchlus go
ing to tho Coast to remain.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Kc
Ait lloti arrived In port tills morning,
with 7 deck pasengers aboard. Sl.o
Drought 3000 bags K. S. sugar, 877
bags tire. I boxes limes, 4 tubs sago,
3 bags sugar. 111 bags Hour. 2 pack
ages lard, 27 empty hands, 22 pack
THE T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Main
left late last night for tho Oilint, af
ter iirilvliiK I'oro ontly In tin- urti-r-noon
from San Fraliclcco. She tar
lied a number of local pai'hong"ri,
Tho bulk of her freight coult--. of
auu uiipplii ii.
THE AMERICAN SHIP Million
Chllcott, AuderHon, 21 da)s out of (In
vlota wlili Associated oil, airivi-d In
port this morning. Sho carried a rull
cargo, (lood weather mid an unuveiil
rul passage Is reported.
THE AMERICAN DARK St. Cath
erlno sailed fiom llllo Friday morn
ing rot San Francisco, la-leu with
THE SCHOONER DOREAI.IS left
Maliitkona lirlday inornlng for lln
Coast, with Kiigar In her hold.
THE TENDER FOR tho ynclil H.i-
wall was launched yesterday fiom
tho Intei-lHl.ind wharf, and was taken
out to the lio.il this nftcrnoon, to I
used In taking aboard passengers lor
her maiden sail.
THE T K. K. S. 8. America Main,
which armed early yesterday after
noon on touto from tho Orient ror San
Francbco, wont out nt 8 o'clock lust
evening on her way to tho Coast, car
rying mall, and t.iiino passengers.
THE CIIAHdEURS REUNIS S. S.
Ceylau, .loirni, sailed lor San Fran
cisco johliinl.iy afternoon at G o'clock.
Fiom San Fianclsco shu goes to Vim
cauver ami thonco in (Hind lliu Horn
on u win hi lour.
THE 11. S. S. IROQUOIS lelurned
from the leper settlement nt Molokal
yestoida.v afternoon at Ii o'clock with
tho sottluuciit Inspection party
THE DAItKENTINE FUIXERTON
sailed at ten this morning for Poit
Hnrfiinl In ballast. Tho Bhlp Falls of
CI) de, another oil tank, loaves today
for tho same port.
THE CHILEAN nnd Ilrazlllan win
ihllis In the harbor attracted u good
deal of attention this moinlng.
THE STEAMER NOEAU left for
Honokna and Kiikulhnelo at noun to
day. J. A. (llbh and J, F. Woods arrived
Ibis morning on tho Mttuna Kea. I
Do You Say
"I'll have to hnvc thc:c
A. N. SANFQRD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
WASiiiNC.Tnv. n r . Am-ii , . .
Tho Pacific Coast llflcet, second In
power mid Impnttanic only to tho
great Ilattleshlp Fleet now on tho
Paclllc Coast, Is being assembled and
placed In shapo for a long cruise.
This beenmo known nt tho Navy
Department today. Tho Navy om
rlalH uio Bllcnt ns to tho object of
tho fleet's ciulse, hut It was learned
fiom nn authoritative soitico that tho
Pacllli! (leet will trail tho Atlantic
licet, nosslblv Hi lop wppK-h liolihwl n
and when the great Ilattleshlp Fleet
sheers on fiom Honolulu for Austra
lia, (lie Pacific licet will continue In
a dliect lino to'Mmillii and rendez
vous there. '
As far as worked out, It Is pro
posed to tond tho Pacific licet on tho
trail of tho Atlantic 'licet uh r.ir
Honolulu. At this latter nlacu the
Atlantic Fleet will steer for Snnini
and thonco to Australia. H Is cx-
lie-ted. however. Hint lb,. tmin,.
licet, after leaviur; Honolulu, will ?
straight to Manila.
Fleets Join rtt Manila
it is legal ded as necessary Tor tho
Pacific lllleet to bo In thu East before
the Atlantic licet or a n.ul uf It
sJnrlH for liomn vl-i lit,, t-itn o.im.i1
Tho latter fleet will be within call hi
I-..istern waters nny time un to tin,
latter part of September. When the
Atlnntlc licet Is Joined nt Manila by
the Paclllc licet It will In. nil .rv
matter to carry out the original plan
of leaving eight o7 Evans" licet at
or near Manila lu the Philippines,
the other eight ships to come home
oy way or the Suez Canal.
The policy of scudlnc liomn nnlv
eight of Evans' battleships, ns work
ed out by tho experts hero some
months ago, contemplated the main
tenance or a battleship licet on the
Philippines station equal to tho Jap
anese forco or thirteen or fourteen
vessels. In older to carry out this
plan, tho scheme was to send thu
Oregon. Wisconsin and Nebraska
from the Puelllc and threo or tho
new battleships fiom the Atlantic ns
Hi addition t tho eight of Evans'
waishlpa that were to bo IcH In the
Ships of Pacific Fleet
If tho moveuifht takes place ns now
scheduled, tho shins which will run.
ftltuto tho Paclllc licet will be: llat-
llvthlii Oiegon, armored i-ruluom
Tennessee, Washington. Colorado.
Mar) land. Weft Virginia. Pennsyl
vania, California, South Dakota, pro
tected cruisers Charleston, Milwau
kee nnd St. Louis.
There mo many other vessels on
the Paillle station at this (line, but
they are not counted as lilting craft.
The fourth flotilla or torpedo boats
and the nuluuailnes nii'tlm const inn
or lourco iuiIb or tho Paclllc fleet.
That licet for var purposes may lie
tegai ded as lonslatlng of one battle
ship, seven armored cruisers and
threo or four piotccted cruisers.
Theierore, oven should tho latest
plan lie ndopted of adding tho great
ships of tho Paclllc to eight or the
Atlantic licet that would form nn In
dependent guard for tho Paclllc with
out bringliigu slnglo ship from the
Atlantic coast, such as tho Idaho. Mis
slsslpp!, or tho two now urmorud
cruisers North Cmollna and Mon
Tho runs who Interest themselves
lu tho school games will lmvo nnoili.
er baseball Test on Monday ariernoon
next on the Oahu minima In tho
game between tho Kiiiiih and Oahus.
The guiuo between tho Kiims and
O.ihtts on the Oahu cunipus next
.Monday Is called lor 2:30 oVlnefc
ntf BULLETIN AD8. PAY -g
A Most Sxtelhnt AiMctaent of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING SI. ' PHONE 525.
MIGHT VISIT HAWAII
Conr.nl Does Net Think It Lllicly
That Tralnlnfj Oquadrsn
" '. Japancre training; squinlmn, con
i 'HI r or (luce cruisers, may arrive
I.. ii (ho latter p-irt or next month,"
'aid an officer or tho Atneilca Maru,
'vhlch arrived from Yokohama )cstor
There Is nothing significant about
' i Ir cntnlng here. The purpose Is
,erely to glvo training to the now
nvnl graduates who graduated to
Consul (lenernl S.ilto was seen Ibis
nornlng and In icply stated that li'
has not been olDclally advlrcd in lb"
coming of tho l.nuudrou.
"I nm not oftlclalty Informed of tho
coming or the training squadron," mild
Ssllo. "If tho icport were true, 1 c-i
talnly would have received Instruction
from my homo government. 1 neo
no occasion ror their coming hero ex
cept, perhaps, to give tho ntvv grad
uates deep sen training. Not only
huvo I nut received advices from tho
homo government, but thero 1b noth
ing said about It lu the Jiipiucso
newBpapersy. Th icport, 1 think, Is
A member of tho Consulate staff
stated this morning that slued tho Jap
nneso (mining ships wero here las
there havu been constant rumors of
wnr between tho United Stnlea and
Jnpan. On (hut account tho Japanese
government decided not (o I'end Ils
vessols to Hawaii. II would make
ill-alters wotso If tho Japanese war
ships should como hcio again.
COLE Will (ill PUNT
W. F. Colo Is In tho city on his way
to tlie Const, vvheio Ii" will piuehase
new machinery for the Kaupikilanl
Wlno nnd l.l(tior Company, llo ex
peeth to ictiun wllhln thirty days with
n fully equipped plant for tho mnnii
factum of bniudles and liquor fiom
pineapples and grapes.
-oim in Hi
Acting riovctuur Mott-Smllh and
Lloyd Conkllng stnrted for tho other
side of tho Island to Inspect tho Ka
neoho lands early this morning. They
wero lu (ho largo nmuniobllo driven
bv "Cniitlv" Schoeiitui;. Ilcfuio leav
ing, the Acting Governor stated that
ho Would probably not return bctorc
MARAMA BRINGS "
On Monday evening, provided the
.Mamma arrives when expected, tho
celebrated Mllcs-Stavordalo Quintet
will glvo n performance nt tho Orph-
cuiu. This organization lias a world
wide reputation and are on their way
to Australia, where they are to open
u season under tho management of
Thu Mlles-Stavoidalcs originally
intended giving their concert nt the
Opera House, but as Kubcllk Is m
the samo steamer, and as both can
not give their concerts at tho snmi
time and place, they have conclude'!
to go to the Orpheuni.
Had they shown nt the Opera
IIouso It would have been at 5 1 . L U
per seat, but now the usual popular
prices of tho Orphcum will he churn
ed. This will ho a rare opportunity
for music-lovers, as each member of
(lie above organization plays on ev
ery known instrument mid on Biich
Instruments as thu banjo, harp, zither.
and other string a Hal is nrCconsld
cied the best lu tho world, v
nicy play tciialu instruments on
which they Imitate (ho human voice
fo perfectly as to appear marvelous.
Tlie piogram will be announced la
ter, but scats can now bo had at the
Orpheuni box nlflco.
(Continued from Pwre 1
Cuiil'agcH and Saddle Horses
Chas, Ilelllna, chairman; C. J. Mc
Caithy and J, (J. Qulnn.
Steamship F. E. Rlchmdson,
chairman; and Wm. Thompson.
Thoro piesont nt tho meeting wero;
F. E. Rlcliiirdson, Chas Ilelllna, 11.
F. Dillingham, Wm. Thompson, Ceo.
F. Henshnll and .1. A. Kennedy.
Tho Trausportndon Committee
hopes to get cousldcrablo assistance
Iiom tho owners or uutomobllcs. J.
I). Castlo has already placed tvyo of
his machines at tho service of . tho
tommltteo nnd E. J. Lord, F. E. Rich
ardson and J. A. Kennedy huvo each
offered ono. It Is hoped that nil own-1
ers of machines who wish to follow
this example will notify tho commit
tee. REV. TIMOTCO VERY ILL.
Rtv. S. Tlmcton, tho traveling ovan
gellst .under tho Hawaiian Doaul, Is
scilously III. Ho has been sick for
two weeks and Is under tho trRninu.ni
or Dr. T. Mltatuura-.
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New moon Apr. 30"nt 5:10 a. in.
Hawaiian utmiiluril tim, i. in i
SO 'minutes slower than Oreouvrlch
umc, oeing inni or tho meridian of 1G7
logrees 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whlstlo
blows nt l!2() n. m.. whirl, t.i ihn ........
as Greenwich, 0 houro u mlnitvos. Sun
nml moon are for locul tlmo ;or tho
:c k v a u s & a m . m m a
f ARRIVED n
it K J S H 51 a X tt 5? f ft 5C a
Friday, May 1.
V. S. tug Iroquois, Carter, from Mo
lokal, 5 p. in.
Jliazlltan training ship llenj.iinln
Constant, Pcrelra, fiom Cullao, G p. in.
Saturday, May 2.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, from
llllo and way port3, 7 a. m.
Am. sp. .Marlon Chllcott. from (lavl
oln. 10 a. m.
Chilean np. General Daqueilano, V
U' e h i: i ii r i u i; st it ;t x
k n k k m r ;ur )( n k ! . t;
Friday, May 1.
A.-H. S. S. Ncvadnn, Greene, lor San
Francisco. G p. m.
Fr. S. S. Ccylan, Jouan, ror Sail
1-Vancltco, 5 p. m,
Stmr. Claiiillne. Dennett, for Ha
waii and Maul, G p. in.
T. K. K. S. S. America Maru. Kil
mer, for San Francisco, 8 p. in.
' T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Maru, Dent,
for Orient, 11 p. in.
Saturday, Mny 2.
Sliur. Noeau, Mitchell for Kukiiliiu
elo and Ilonokaa, ,aL noun.
w x m k XKiOiita n it n m k ft
X DUE TOMORROW '
SlilSJt 31 1UXX W, ii U 5t '.t
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, fiom
Kauai, G a. in.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Self, Tumi Mnul and
Molokal poits, G a. in.
3 H XKXXltalOtXiiXX H li
R PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per Manna Kia. fiom llllo nnd way
poits. May 2. C. E. Philips, Miss M.
K. Philips, Mrs. E. .1. Weldon. Mnster
Wcldoii, G. W. Klrknldy, Mrs. C. L.
La Ruo, Mrs. II, M. La Rue. Jr., Miss
E. M.'La RueeMrs. J. E. La Ruo. H.
Hnpal, Miss S. Peck, A. J. Green, A.
II. Chirk, John T. Maker, S. Solomon,
A. .1. Scott. II. S. (Hay, Mrs. II. S.
Gray, Miss King, E. Horner. J. A.
IIoblUEon, W. Schollz, A. F. Clark. C.
M. L. Watson, Miss S. Smith, Geo
Wells, S. Fukiil. Mlbii Anderson, Mn
E. Madden. J. A Gilib. J. F. Woods,
W. R. Castle, K. S. GJordruni, E Dell,
Cllvo Davlca, A. W. Carter, W. K
Cole. F. W. Knight. C. W. llaldwlu,
C. C. Hitting, T. M. Church, J. .1. Sub
llvan, C A. Ilruun, Mlsa E. (llbh. Mm
PAMEVanK TtT.PAPTT.n it
Per S. S. Nevndau. for San Fran
circo, May L F. I.. Winter, Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Hutchlns, Charles Clupp.
Miss I). Illsgaard, Mrs. Duchly and
child. Miss Pock, Isaac 8. Login. H.
Omsted Alexis Iloliiwcll, liana Gun.
Hut, J. P. Rego.
Per stmr. Cluiidlne, Delimit, for
llllo and way poits, G p. in.. May I.
.Mrs. E. E. ll-irlcls. Miss Eva Scholtz.
Ah Pin, L. Y. Annul. Harry II. Holt.
J. II. Cramer. E. F. Delueit. II. r.
Wchselln, Mllwurd Dean, Mm. I.. K.
Dalluy. Rev. A. II. Gullck. Ruv. W. II.
Per lloii'tkong Maru. Ilent. for iho
Orient, May 3. Aithur Lliineman, M.
l.o comlo and ;r. I). Mclntvn- H.
(Sulzu, C II. Droud and Andrew Cat-
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Ciesceut City Harbor, Cal. Notice
Is hereby given that. Fnnntlcioy Unci;
Doll lliiiiy, entrance to Crescent City
llurhor, 'California, Is reported to
have dragged out of position about
100 feet nearer the lock. It will bu
I dilated as soon as practicable.
Crescent City, Cal. Notice is here
by given that Cicsient City Whistling
lluoy, oft entrance to Crescent City
Harbor, California, is repot ted mlrllt.
It will bo replaced ns vion as practi
Dy order of tho Lighthouse Doaul.
Bulletin RiiEinprn (lffw Pt,nn. oxa
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185!
GET IN EXT
to youmelf and let us build that w
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht whioh you
lmvo in mind. We'll huve it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. Wc'va rinn U linwv.. mn
we KNOW. '
Charles D, Walker,
Boot and Machine Works,
King; near Alapai, '