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EVEN1N0 nUIXETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, MAY 4, 1908.
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Pacific First Degree.
Rote Croix Rcciular, 7:30.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 2 Reg
ular. All visiting members of 1'0
ordur are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
nAEKOXY LODGS, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meetf every Monday evening at
t:S0 In I. O. 0. V. Hall, Fort Sticat.
1!. II. HENDRY, Secretary
HUN. V. VlCKKllS. N. O.
All visiting bioth.ns very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 1th Tuesday
of ouch month nl 7.30 p. m nt 1C 1.
Hall, eorner Knit and llcutaiila Sis.
Visiting Urol hers cordially welcome.
W L l.YLH. V. C.
r. v vi.nuoN, K. of u. it s.
OAHU LODOB, 2To. 1, K. of P.
It cell every Frldav evening at
7:0 la K. of 1. Hall, corner Kort
anil Uorntacta Vlsltlns brothels
cordially Invited to attend.
A 0 DEHRINO. C.C.,
I S W WHITE, IC.ll.S.
. oSHLl'tn LODGE 61C, B. P. 0. E.
nnl'.iu i-odge No. 616, 11. 1'. O.
m., will "uicot tn their hall on King
oar Fort ufeet overy Friday oven-
r oriW of tho K It.
HENRY 0. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY. E. H.
Wm. M'XINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meeta evsry Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort and llenttanln. Visiting broth
er cordially Invited to attond.
W. I.. KllAZEE, CO..
E A JACOUSON, KIIS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meats on the 2nd and 4tu WED
NESDAY evenings of euch month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
UemtanlH and Fort streets.
Visiting Uugles aro invited to at-
, W. h. FRA7.EE, W Frest.
' 11. T. MOORE, Secy.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
it Siesta every tlrst and third Thurs
J dayo of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
aially Invited to attend.
J. W. ASCII, Bachem.
A. E. MUIIPHY, C. ot It.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wira frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
ib renking the Beit Home-made Bread
.in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
L U H C H E S and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel Pt. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Tho Best Whiskey on the Irfarket.
THOS. F. McTIOHE & CO.,. AGENTS.
H . 101-105 KINO ST.
B PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755
IM& Fine Job Prlntlnu at tho Oulletln.
f THERE ARE
f why vou should try Allctrrel
gjf t.'s Cream Chocolntes. Not
W purity. 9
S Some makers throw the in
ra r-cdients of candy together as
r if thev were tossine hav.
There's a method in the rrian-ijjj)
Y ufacture of Allegretti's that isf
ra different; it will hear the a
m limelight of publicity. When
you cat these creams you are
catinR a preparation of cane
d sugar, pure cxtiacts and thc
M best chocolate. fi
P 45 cts. and 85 cts. a box.
Benson. Smith &$
tt HOTEL and TORT STS.
It will build you up '
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR, FOP.T AND KINO STS.
i - .- --r jrrjjwrr-auKcniyrtt:3rnajiwr.
AGENTS T O It
WINTOH, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAIIERA
'JO'JfllHG CARS and RUNABOUTS.
Ve have pink pearls end some of
the finett of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
OF THE SEASON. '
MISS POWER'S Boston Bide;.
S M 0 K E
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
liUUUb 01 V1U jj.
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL t
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Mad To
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jone by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleanl
258 Boretanla St Phone 149
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ring up 2-5-0 and nsk for a B u 1
1 c t i n Vacation Booklet, which
telh you all about the best outing
plan ever oHercd.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Globe.
The Fleet la coming. Let ui clean
up the City.
Hint up Scotty's when you want a
good onto ride. Phone 107.
Tho whist tournament of tho Pyth
ian slstvrn Is postponed to May 18th.
Putnam' Health Pills 'make rich
blood; BOc. n package. Try them.
Deputy U. S. Marshal H. Holt re
turned yesterday on tho stemner Iwn
Ian!. Mrs. Sllvn nnu Miss Estel Wilcox
came over from Kauai In llui MI1n
Iinla. W Chllllngvorth ramo back from
Knutl yesterday on the steamer Ml'
It Is snld that tho Sunday booze lic
ense may bo tnken away from Scolly'a
ami tho Grill.
Mrs. Traiicls Oay and Mrs. II. P.
Fnyo wero nrrivals from Knuai on tho
New season's Tamarinds nt Mrs.
Kwrns, 2fc per Jar. Don't go to tea
Hock beer Is all tho rage at this
lime of tho year. The best drawn
bock Is nt tho Fashion.
Tho Seasldo cottages ore delightful
lu tho summer time. Engage u cot
tage now for tho season.
Mrp. A) nil was this morning grant
ed the guardianship of her four chil
dren to seiM' without bond.
Tho Ih'Bt annual accounts of .1. I..
McLean, guardian of George T. Mc
Lean, uciK approu'd this morning 1
Coat your Iron roofs with "Atnblc "
Yo,i will bo surprised nt lu cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
The dlvoire unit In the case of II.
Vamaguchl s. Chljo Yamaguclil was
i his nuunlug granteil on tho grounds
of desertion In Judge Lindsay's court.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.9
Manager Adams announces Hint If
the 8 S, Marama Is tn tho harbor by
9 o'clock tonight Kuliollk will glvo his
roucert at tho Hawaiian Opera House
lit 9 CO.
The fleet Hiibcommltlee on I'lold
and Tiacl. Spoits will meit at Un Y
M. C A. nt 4:30 o'clock tomorrow, to
discuss further pln'is for getting ar
rangements under way. '
The evecntho committee ot the He
publlean Central Committee will ltou!
n regular meeting today. There Is
nothing special to cumo up. A. G. M.
Itobcrtkon will not piesent any resig
nation Hi other Joseph Dutlon of tho Leper
Settlement, has requested Governor
I-'iear to nriauge. It possible, to hae
tho lleet pass near enough to tho Is
land of Moloknl thin' tho people there
can have a good iew. Secretary of
Iho Nnvy Mctealf has written stating
that he can not piomlho lo have thin
come to pass, an ho doec not know as
yet whither It will be a practical plan.
fflnntinnril frnm Pnir 1
Government did not hae bomo spe
clfle nlan in tdi-ht. nml It tn not
known for certain whether be
will lelcase the land at all. Hut, nc
eordlnir to tho Actlni? Gnvernnr. Mr.
Castle's hobby In this matter Is
"small settlers," and therefore If n
satisfactory plan Is evolved, thcro
will probably bo little difficulty in
securing the land.
Under the plan which hits been
recently originated bv Mr. Mott-
Sniltli, the man who Is forced to
work lu tho city, not having sulll
clont capital to go directly upon the
land, could tako up a homestead,
make nil picpaiutlous for the plant
ing and cultivation of nlneannlcs.
and all Iho time ho could still keep
up his business or retain his poiltlon
In tho city. He could send his fam
ily over'on the land for the tlrst i.ir
or ho. It wouldn't bo necessary that
i.u !,, lis.ii, uv wii-tv, Biivu in j;ei
things on tho land working. It
would bo possible for the homestead
er to not live on the land ut nil until
tho lust thrco cnrs preceding tho
ending of the 10-year option. Or
tho homesteader could stay on the
laud six months at a tlmo cnoimli
different times to makn up the neces
sary three years' residence, It mat
ters not, hi long us this clauso In the
conditions Is compiled with.
Tho Idea that Acting Governor
Mott-Smlth has In mind Is tn 11 ml a
bchcnio of settlement that will, while
being Iron-clad In tho few rules lal I
down, bo as easy as possible on the
would-bo small fanner. To mako ev
ery condition as feasible for tho real
settlement of tho Kaneoho lands by
bona lido farmers who look to tho
pineapple pioposltlon us a good one
is too constant uim or the Govern
Governor Frenr has not been told
of this scheme. It was originated nf-
tor he left.
Tho trip which tho Acting Gov
A Most Excellent AitK&nent of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN
n9W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S, KING SI.
IN MM PORTS
OABLE REPORT OF BAN '
Monday, May 4.
SAN VltANC'ISCO-Salleil May 2:
Am. schr. Mm lei, for Hima.
SAN FKANCISCO Arrived May 4.
Am. bktne. Coronado, henco Apr. 14.
HILO ArrUeil May 2:
Am. bk. G. O. Tobey, from San
(Continued from Pare 1
grand ball, Including tho expense ot
flooring, supper, rauaic, llluniluntln?
n nd Incidentals.
Tho nboe Is n resume of the do
ings of the Entertainment Commit
tee, which met litis morning nt tho
olllce of Chairman Tred. L. Wnldron.
After the uieetlng was called to
order tho reports of tho various com
mittees were read and accepted.
Tho Macfnrlaties, thiougli Munn
ger Stout, offered the Seaside Ho.tel
as headquarters for the officers of tho
Fleet. Tho offer was accepted, Wli
The Seamen's Institute will bo
opened to the men.
The most Important report was
thnt of the Hull Committee, which
was presented by A. I.. O. Atkinson,
lu this connection dancing platforms
will bo erected on the Seasldo inul
Moaua Hotel gio'inds.
Tho old rislnnarkct proposition
has been abandoned and the commit
tee has turned tho matter over to tho
Spoiling Committee, which will fur
nish it with necessary gymnastic ap
pliances .for the use of the naval
Following Is the tepoit of the Spe
cial Hall Committee:
Mr. F. L. Wnldion, Chairman, Sub
committee on Entertainment.
Sir: Your special committee beg
cno to report the estimated cost of
the ball ut tho Seaside and Moann
Dancing platforms as follows: Olio
SO feet by 300 feet, labor and mate
rial, $700! or one SO feet by ir.0
foet, labor and material, $371! or one
BO feet by 100 feet, labor nml mnte
One bridge to cross the stream rou
ncctlng both places and ,i walk from
blidgo on Seaside grounds to danc
ing plntfoini.' Hrldgo and walk to
be eight f,et wide. Cost of labor
Lcwe-s '& Cooke will' mako no
charge and. will loan us all material
except tho flooilnk and If wo return
the Mooring In eootPonler they will
allow us CO per cent, of cojt for
what Is tetiirned. We hope to huvo
the hauling dono without cost to tho
After going ln(o tho practicability
of the btippcr proposition our com
mittee would ryeonuuend n light sup
per of sandwiches, balud, coffee and
perhaps Ice cream or sherbet. Wo
propose half a dozen or moid booths
where light refreshments. Mich us
lemonade, punch, etc., inn bo berved.
The estimate for supper amounts
to SI 500, but of course this amount
Wm bo changed by tho estimated
number of attendance to be deter
Music for dancing will coat $200.
Lighting, Illuminating and decor
ating will amount to $1000.
Ao nil tho electricity In town will
have' to be used In general Illumina
tion wo recommend that the commit
tee on Illumination tako charge of
tho ball Illumination. Still tho ap
propriations Bhould bo mado through
Figuring tho attendance of the
ball to bo 3000 persons we respect
fully lecommcnd nn appropriation of
$4,000, this amount to Include floor
ing, supper, music, Illuminating and
W. II. 1100(13,
A, h. C. ATKINSON,
J. A. WILDEH.
Present nt the meeting wero Fred.
L. Waldron, Emll llerndt, A. L. C.
Atkinson, M. Phillips, S. Hanohano,
. L. Iloogs, Win. T, Lucas, Captain
Ilees, .1. O. I.utted, Jno. Guild, , E.
Hiown, S. Oznkl, Dr. Mltumuru, J. A,
Wilder and J. M. Levy.
Too committee will meet again to
morrow morning nt S o'clock.
rnor tool; to tho other side of tlm
island Saturday and Sunday lias
piovcd pf great advantage to him In
making land plans, ilo says thnt
tho Ilalchou land, about 2S1 acres. Is
covered with n dense grove of guiivns
and would cost In tho ncluliliiirlui,,,)
of $30 per aero to clear. This Is the
lann unit van Dlno and his associates
aro after All over tho whole laud
concerned In tho entlro (imposed set
tling the Acting Governor and paity
went, nnd Mott-Sinlth says thnt th
majority of It Is good for pineapple
Sonio time within this week n pio
pobiil will bo mado by Mott-Smlth to
J. II, Castlo for giving up his lease,
though tho former has not yet decid
ed what the nature; of tho proposi
tion will bo. Thoso who accompa
nied tho Acting Governor on tho
trip ttcru "Pineapple" Kollogg, Vnn
Dine, Lloyd Conkllng and Cowling,
Do You Say
"I'll liave to have these',
P r o c ras t ia n a t i o n
A. N. SANFORD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
K H II X B If M If. H it Jc ;f it it
f WATERFRONT NOTES
& ti K if 15 a A 51 K M M H u. X X ,
Captain O. W. Goodwill of the
American ship Dlrlgo, v l.lch 1- ti sail
about tho middle or tin .-i mill tor Del
nwnro llreakwater win a load of bus
up. Is ono of tho most interesting men
who has eer come In i bin harbor In
charge of u cssel. He Is n thorough
going seaman, but derive Ills prin
cipal distinction from tho tact that he
has gone around Iho Horn more times
than probably any other skipper, or
mnjDo any other man nllvo. This
will mako his lirty-flfth times around
in enso he makes It, ns ho hopes to
do. The Captain lias naturally had n
most interesting fund of oxporlolico
lu the many times thnt ho has made
tho rough passage.
Tho captain la a hearty man, who
does not appenr to h:io II oil king
enough lo huvo mado the trlp3 niound
that btormy end of tho South Angli
can continent that ho has. Ho was In
the nnny dining tho CIW1 Wnr, though
ho was nt tho time under ago. Friend
who know the riplnln now can scaico
ly lielice he Is old enough to have
fought during that lime, so young does
STORY DENIED. ,
Officers In rhnrgo of tho Georgo
Curtis deny that there Is truth lu the
story printed hero to the effect thai
the Curtis waa nearly run iIoaii ou
her trip hoio from San I'rancltco by
boinu simago bark, which was lim
ning without lights, mid cumo i,o cloio
to tho Curtis, early one moinlng, that
it Hue conic' lino been lime itbo.trd
her. A m.iti- Is alvns on the quarto
deck, nnd lln niuhl was pi-ifrct, io
that the boat could not have come' so
closo ns lepres.nted without bavins
been slght"d pome tlmo before.
The wonderlul story of sighting a
sea terpent Is alro denied.
THE MEN F.IOM ihe Drazlllan and
Cullean cruisers lu port h.ue been
ST. PETERSI1URG, Riibsla, May 3. Tho' Swedish Imperial Prince
Wllhelni nnd the Giund Duchess Mailo of Pavlovna were married to
day, the cctemony being ono of royal pomp. Tho King of Sweden, fn-"
tlier or the groom, and representatives of Ihe Imperial family of Russia,
weio piesent nt the wedding. '
ST. PETERSIUIRG, Russia, Ap
Imna, daughter of Giand Duko Pan
to be married at Tsarkoe-Selo to Pr
Gustav of Sweden, has received dep
blllty and burghckses of Moscow,
fiom the ladles of the city, the tro
a large number of' public lnstltutlo
on her nppioachlng marriage.
They also presented the Grand
cr gifts, testlfjlng to tho great pop
cow, whoro iho has spent her cntlr
Tho deputations referred In th
Grand Durhees for tho sick and wo
war, and the interest Bho hud tako
Tho palnco will bo reopened fo
(lino since the assassination of Grn
Sweden and Prlnco and Princess C.i
whither thoy will bo conveyed by a
Young Gustav and tho Prlnco a
peror Nicholas at Tsarskoe-Selo. A
coming to attend tho wedding will b
Thaw Habeas Corpus
POIIGIIKEEPSIE. N. Y.. May 3. The mmlieallnn of llnrrv K
Thaw, confined In tho asylum for tho 'insane hero as tho result of tjio
court order after Ills trial for" the shooting of Stanfoid White, for a re
lease under n writ of habeas corpus,
i e i t i
00,000 CATHOLICS IN LINE
NEW YOIIK. N. Y.. MaV ". Tim l-nlnlimtliin nl llm Union,, r'..l,
ollc cculomiry of tho diocese of New
of 00,000 ciimmunlcants.
BRITISH ARE VICTORS
IN KHYBER PASS
LONDON. Em;.. Mny 3. Twenty
thousand Afghans today nttneked
ono of the bltick-houses occupied by
the llrltlsli tioops in tho Kb her
Pass. Tho tribesmen weio rcmilsed.
the cabunltles to tho IlrlAsh being
BRITISH STEAMER SEIZED
HAVANA, Cuba, Mny 2. A Hrit-
Ish steamer has been BoUed for vio
lating the Cuban flbhory laws.
KILLED IN TENEMENT
NEW YORK. N. Y.. May 3. Six
peiMinb perished hero Ipday lu a ilro
in mo tenement district.
PERUVIAN REVOLT QUELLED-
LIMA. Peril. MllV 3 Tim Inanr.
rcctiou which liroke out hoio cm May
Day has been quolled.
F BULLETIN AD8. PA -g
-shoro for tho last two dajo In consld
Mblo nuinbers, nml have attracted n
'ood .leal of attention. They hao a
ery distinctive uniform In each case,
.id aro n mark for the ga:c of the
THE INTER-ISLAND STEAMER
Mlkiihal.i nrilvcd fiom Knual poita
at (!':Ifi a. in. esterday, with 9 cabin
Hid 2.1 deek pasongcrs, nnd tho foil-
I u wlnn cargo: oOmO bags of sugar,
1 1 ililsoellauy. Sho rojiurls tho Kl
in discharging sugar nt Elecle.
THE AMERICAN HARK Georgo
( nnls, twenty dnys out' of San Finn-
T'i, arrived In port late Saturday
'f! 'i noon. Sho reports having spoken
th i bark Geinrd C. Tobey on the Mill
' v out. The Tobey Is bound for
CAPTAIN REKS, roiuninndaiit at
tho Nnvnl Station, called on the com
mander of the Chilean warship, Gen
eral Dnquaiiado, which Is now In the
harbor, this morning, returning n call
which he rccelrcd on Saturday,
THE W. G. HALL, eanio off '
mnilno railway today, ami the Like
like goes on this afternoon, to be
scraped and painted. Tho Mlkahala
took tho Hall's run while sho was on
the railway. '
THE 1110 AMERICAN ship Dlrlgo
goes over to tho lallroad wharf to
morrow, to tako on cargo for Delawnrc
Hreakwnter. She expects to sail about
the mlddlo of tho month.
THE CUItTtS Is nt tho railway
whnrf today dlscliiirglng cargo. Hho
has n large amount of sugar waiting
for her at the Mntbon wharf,
THE STEAMER .1. A. Cummins,
Searle, sails at 7 o'clock tomoirow
morning for Paiialua, tn load sugar for
THE KE AU HOU sails for Kap-in,
Anahola, Kllaiiea. Knllhlwal, Hanalei,
and Walnlha nt S o'clock thl after
THE LITTLE 'SCHOONER Conceit il
came lu yeiterdny from Lahnlna with
wood In lier hold and on 'deck.
THE URA'ILIAN erulter Ccnttant
Is taking ou 300 tons of coal lu this
An Invitation has been issued to
the Territory to heloct two to Iho men
to ropieseut Hawaii nt the Interna
tional Fisheries contention to bo held
lu Washington, In Septembor.
A bill of exceptions has been filed
In the case of McCnndless . the lfo
rll 20. Grand Duchess Mario Pav-
I Alcxandrovlch, who on May 3d Is
inco Wllhelm, sceondsou of King
utatlons fiom .tho municipality, no-
from merchant and artisan guilds,
..ops of the local public garrisons and
ns nnd was congratulated by them
Duchess with various tokens and oth
ularlty ot tho young Duchess In Mos
eir addresses to the work of tho
unded during the Russian-Japanese
n In tho poor of Moscow,
r tho wedding festivities for tho first
nd Duko Serge. JCIng Gustav of
rl will nrrlvo May 1st, via Rovnl,
nd Princess will bo guests of Em
mons the other royal pcrsonags
o tho Crown Prince and Piincess of
will be heaid tomonow.
York closed tmlnv with uaimln
LUZON TOWN DESTROYED
MNA1LA, P. 'J., Mny 3. Antlpola,
a town of 3,ri00 people ,on tho Island
of LU70I1, was burned today, tho flio
being started by lightning. Four
hundred houses jvero destroyed, and
there aro many' hundreds homeless.
DEADLY HOTEL FIRE
FOllT WAYNE, Ind May 3.--Tcn
jienplo nro dead, twenty missing,
nnd thirteen Injured in Hip hospi
tals us the result of a hotel Ilio
which occurred here today.
ONE MORE COMMISSIONER,
WASHINGTON. D. (J.. Mnv 3.
Tho Hoitso has passed tho hill au
thorizing the appointment of anoth
er member of tho Philippine Com
mission. IT IS NOT CANCER
LAKEWOOD. N. J.. Mnv 2. Ik Is
douled Hint Grover Cleveland 1ms a
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First qunitcr of tho innntt Mny S.
1 ARRIVED M
Sundiiy, May 3.
Slinr. Iwalanl, Seir, from Muul ami
Moloknl, 4:03 n. in,
Stmr Mlkaliiila, Thompson, fiom
Knuai, 0.15 a. in.
Satin day. May 2.
Slmr. Llkcllko, from Moloknl, Si
Am. bk, aeorgo Curtis, Herbert, ii)
days from San Finnclsco, 5 p. m.
i; a u k it :t a K it k )t ji s x m
K SAILING TOMORROW M
It K 3f W KJl. K Jll U 3 X ; 3 K 3C K li
Stmr. Mimna Kea. Ficeman, for lll
lo nnd way ports, ut noun.
Slmr. Mlknhalu, Thonipion, for Ka
uai iMirts, G )i. in.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Self, tut Jlaul and
.Moloknl, S p. ui.
.inXftXX&JEDftft A it Ji. 5 K
PASSENGERS ARRIVED J
K H K it X X 'X. ii. K K K K SSI K tf
Per stmr. Mlkahala, May 3, from
Kauai. Mrs. Francis Gay, Mrs. II. P.
Faye. Miss Estel Wilcox. Mm. Sllva.
W. Chllllngworth, II. II. Uiutvn, A. Ha-ja-lil,
1 Ozakl, It. Ito.
Per slmr. Iwalanl, Mny 3, from Muul
nnd Molokal. Deputy U. S. Marshal
11. Holt, Charles Mnsehke, 1 deck.
READY TO RACE
(Continued from Page 1)
Inn ptep.ired for the race It was de
cided to bent up to the leeward side
of 1.auaJ, tho caute of this being tho
leaky 'condition of the deck. This
made It well nigh lmpo33iblc to tako
tho windward side" of Lanal.
Let It be known that no enmity
exlbts against the truo sailors of tho
Hawaii, who away down lu their
hearts know the leal btnto or nUiiIrs
In tho race, but giuilge tho space oc
cupied by tho t lipid outpourings of
the Bcaslck brain by those who were
not mile to bo on deck.
Tho Knmclinnichu'u crew only beg
for another opportunity lo show In u
race, either to Laiiatna or Knhuliil,
whether or not they huvo to tuke
water from tho Hawaii. The Hawaii
undoubtedly can sail running bofoio
the wind, and In many ways Is supe
rior to the local lioatu, but lu nny
windward work she cannot hold her
No sllgllt can bo made against tho
captain or crew of the Hawaii, but u
small amount of credit might bo
granted to the Kani, which, despite
tho difference In building and supe
rior sall-are.i of the Hawaii, still
leates the Impression thnt sho Is a
formidable, opponent under uny -circumstances.
The Crew of Kiimohnmolui.
A lepresentutlvo from tho Hono
lulu Iron Works tells tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
that tho boys of the Works aro ready
to back tho Kamchnnicha against tho
Hawaii for money or marbles any"
day. Tho crew of the Knmeliunioha
were Chcrllo Lowls, Grelg, George
Little, Craig, Frank lleckct, Plnuu,
nnd Ned Hlngley, Jr.
Continued from Pse 1)
In Judge Do Holt's court this morn
ing (o have tho tlmo extended In
which to file u bill of particulars waa
grunted, and tho date looted forward
rrom May 9th to May 14th. Dnvls
stated that he xpected all of tho de
tails needed In the bill ot particular,)
would arrive hero on tho liner Sibe
ria, and It was on this ground that
ho asked for tho extension or time.
Sect clary or Wnr Taft Is feared
bj' 111 ooks, though for what specific
rcabon ho does not btnto In his lettor.
Etidontly ho considers Tuft's chances
in tho Presidential campaign aio
very favorable, and that with Tart
In office as tho Chle-r Executive, ho
(Hi ooks) would not beucllt greatly.
Brooks also says that ho fears Tiift'M
Influence nt tho present time, though
ho has hopes that Wlllley will he
white-washed, ns was done In the
Stuto Department. He says thnt An
drew s charges, which wero (lied In
the Slnto Depai tnient, wero never
Tfie Weekly edition of the Evenlna
Bulletin gives a comolote summary of
ti nrvit if thl rtv
to yourself and let us build that c
noe, rowing-boat, o'r yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that vnn will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D, Walken
Boat, and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.