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Pacific First Degree.
Rom Croix Regular, 7:30.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Lei Al8h Chapter No. 2 Ret--
All visiting members of the
ere'er lire cordially Invited to
attend meltings of local todies
HAEMOXY tODQa, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1'.
MpoU everj Monday evening tt
7:S0 In I. O O. K. 1UII, Fort Stiot.
E. 11 IIENUIIY, Scrtnrj.
HEN. V. V1CKSUS, N. U.
All visiting urothora vory cordlallj
I.IYSTIC LODGE. KO. 2, K. OF T.
M'-oIk iri -il and 4lh Tuedii
of cah nioiuli at 7:30 p m ut K V
Hall, miner Vint unit lloretniiln SI,
Vlnltlnr llrolhem cordlall) uvKtiiu-
V I- LYi.K, C C
K. WAUMtON, K of It. A, S
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of r.
Mcrta eorv firnt and third I'll
day ovenliiK at T .!! In K t I' M ill
wrner KVjit and Hoivtanlu Vlhlilnit
brother cordlull ljnvltdl to ationil
a o dkkium; rr.
J AS. . 11I1K K US.
BONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lfldsu No. 61C, 11. P. O
H vcill meet In their hall on Kins
eettr Fort tt'eot ovitj Friday even
tnff. Dy ordfr ot th K It.
1IRNKY C. KA3T0N,
WM. II. MelNUttNY, K. 11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE Ho.8, K.cf V.
Mnetw erary Saturday evening at
7:39 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Purt and Ileretaula. VltlttoK brotlf
m cordially Invited to attend,
W. I. I IIAZEK, C C,
IS. A JACOUBON, K U.S.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, I. 0. E.
Utili on til :nd nnrl 1th WEII
hTJSUAY menln;3 of each month at
7: SO o'clock In K. of P. Hal), corner
Baretnnla and Kort etrcots.
VIMtlnh' Eagls.) uro Invited to at
W. I FRA7.r.R. Y., Preat.
H. T. MOOItE, Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No, 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets ary first and third Thure-
luyo of each month at , Knights ot
Python Hall. Ylsltlns brothoni cor
Jtally Invltad 'o attend.
J W. ASCII; 8achem.
A i: MURPHY. C. of 11.
Spring Flowers, New IUbboni,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
our rmcEs eeasonable.
SO KING 3T. NEAR BETHEL.
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
'LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular ,
place in town.
! i tiuh-muav diff-icnt it will bear thel
. I Rete Cram-Regular, 7:30. ' limelight of .publicity Whcnl
r' HAiuKUAY rf aupar i -ire extructs ana the
K SV Lei Alh Chapter No. 2 Rcq- Ji best chocolate K
F '1' ular. Q
K t i . y 4'i cts and 85 cts. a box. W
jj The Fashion Saloon,-
j Hotel bt. near Fort.
r . JaeV Scully. Jack Roberts.
W-4- . ,
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. T. 0. BOX 7fi5.
Fine Jt-b Printing at the Bulletin.
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Some rankers throw the in
gredients of candy together ns
if thev were to-jini- linv.
t& There's n method in the man-
j tii-eiurc oi Aiicgrcttrs tnai is
diffi-icn it will bear the
W limelight of -publicity When
r vni rnt tliMe rr'ilms vnn nri
catine, a preparation of cancel
d aupar i -ire extructs ana the
Jl best chocolate
y 4'i cts and 85 cts.
Benson, Smith &i
HOTEL and FORT STS.
RUN DOWN I
It will build you up
CIISffiERS OiiUC CD.,
FOR. FORT AND KTNG STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also j;old, silver, diamonds
nnd jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
J. f AflLO,
1018 NUUANU near KING.
5c - Cigar - ,5o
M. A. Giuist & Co.
OF THE SEASON.
HIES POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSEPUEN TOBACCO CO., LTD,
Kins Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG 'CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealen in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc, All kinds of KOA and
MISSION TURNITURE Made To
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
dona by the
1th their new FRENCH dry cleaning
256 Eoretanla SL
nine up 2-5-0 nnd nik for n B u 1
let in Vocation Booklet, which
I tells you nil about the best outing
nlfln ripr niTrirl
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301. .
I l'.intimn lintH cleaned at tho (Hobo
! The Fleet Is ccminn. Let ut clean
'up the City.
II Irwin na an nrrmil on llm
Mniuin (.on today.
Mrs Ahri'tix left for Hawaii todnv
on the Mnutin Kc.i.
lllng up ycotty'n wtien you want n
good auto rldo. I'honn 107.
The lloaid of KnH'rlf(irH will hold
n mcitliiK lomorrow cnenlng
Putnam Health Pills make, rich
blood; 50c a package. Try them.
The villi ot Antono J l-opoz wim
this morning nclmlltccl tr pioluto
Mr nnd Mr. T. C Jncksnn came In
this morning on tho uteamer Manna
(loo V. Cnrr of the Itnllnu) Mall
Ronlci', canu1 111 today on tho Manna
Now FoaBon'g Tamarinds at Mm.
KvriiK, L'uc per Jar. Don't go to fcca
0 ll Hall and (I. II Mnu-r pn
among tho outgnlng pasnongor on th"
Manna Koa today
Hock beer Is nil the rage at this
time of tho )car The best drawn
bock la at tho Fashion.
Tho Soasldo cottages are delightful
In tho summer time. Hugago a cot
tage now for tho senson.
Mrs. Saunders and Mlsa Dora
Saunders were among the Manna Koa
passengers who loft today.
A V Carter from Hawaii loturned
to his post on Hauall In tho Maunn
Koa. uhlth left nt noon todax.
J H ritlirr. Audllor of tho Terrl
lor, loturueil fiom his nlllclnl busl
ness on Hawaii In tho Manna l.o.l
i:. II Thomas writes n friend In Ho
aohilu that he hns' left Capelown for
S.ulne.v ami that ho will bu hero In
I.. A. Thurston nnd Mr. and Mrs .1
A Magoun wero among tho incoming
pasyongcis on the Manna Ixm this
llirtc mi oxer tried Tansan ginger
ale? II Is supeilor to nil) thing on the
market. Insist upon obtaining It fiom
Mrs II. P Woods, Mrs. C I, Wight
and Mrs Kben I' Low departed nt
noon today for Hawaii on tho steamer
I)r Donald II. Oniric will talk on
"Plugiio" at tho lectin o renin of Cen
tral 1'nion church on Thursd.i men
Ins f tills week.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Y0.1 vrlll k surprised nt Ua colli 11 r,
and preservative propertlos. California
Feed Co.. ngonts. (
(I Negoro, formerly connected with
I lie, Hawaii Shlnpo, has graduated
Iroiii tho lnw department of the Unl
veislty of California.
!;. A Wicket of tho Now York l.lfo
called in the Manila Ken today on In
surance business. Ho will cover Maul
and Hawaii before returning hero.
Kenl.i I'. Konlnlkuhlkl was this
morning grunted a dlwirco In .luilgo
I ImKiy's court from William KimiImI
Kahlkl on the grounds of non-support.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
i-nn nttiTiH in ii. fnr rnn. Pbrnin ldfl
Tho Majestic Amusement Co. have
Just received now films from tho Coast
which they are to put on tonight ut
the Oipheum theatre, i:cnollo should
Tho oterduo b.irkcntlno Josoph I,.
I:IbIoii. 7.t (l.in out of Neweastln for
Honolulu Is off tho ow-idiio list, hav
ing boon heard from w.itei logged at
O. .1. Darker, u California furnlturu
man who hnH been staying nt the Soa
sldo. was u passenger nut 011 tho Man
na Ken today nt noon, bound for n
trip to tho Volcano.
Your roof -coloring should bo trust
worthy In all woathor. If jou have.
Hubeiold Hoofing, tho hottest Kuuimc
will not wurp It, nnd tho hardest ralnt,
of winter will not leak through. Low
ors & Cooke, Ltd.
If ou have an IMlion phonograph,
)ou can listen to tho puro tones ngf
tho world's best opera ulugers,, hear
tho most llnfshcd IlistiuiiicutUI pieces
and the funniest funny man. Hawaii
.111 News Co, Ltd,
Superintendent of Public Works
Marstou Campbell leports that all tho
leaks In the famous lock-bar pipe at
Iho Nuuaim dam nro being repaired
rapidly. Theso nro not serious, but
lliero wero n gieat ninny of Ihcni.
Tho members of tho Christian Kn
deavor Society of Cential Union
rhiirch will moot nt tho residence of
-Mrs. ,1 M Whitney, 1325 Punnhou St.,
litis evening nt 7:30 o'clock in con
nection with temperance business.
Tho Hoot sub committee on Track
and Field Spoils will meet nt 4 30
n'cloek this afternoon nt tho Y. M. C.
A. lo discuss plans for entertaining
Iho licet, and gutting n team Into lino
for tho ou'iits. All members mo re
quested to attend. '
P. C. Jones was a passenger for Ha
waii on Iho steamer Manna K'ea,
which lert ut noon today. This Is his
first visit to Hawaii for 15 yenrs. Ho
was accompanied by Mis .limes ami
will spend snmn time at tho Volcano
House before returning to Honolulu
A number of teucheis In tho public
tchoojs hero this morning applied to
HupoilntumUnt Ilabbltt for pel mission
lo attend Iho Kubcjik lonceit and pot
mission was giautcd them, Aiiauge
inents wero imido to have substitute
teachers In Iho places of tho absent
ones, and tho aitlst was heard.
An I'aster glfo of $17,000 fur church,
extension put poses Iibh boon recelvod
from Mm. Anna I". 1'ientlco of llrook
))ti by Iho board of ohuicli extension
of tho genmal s)nod of Iho livnngellc
at church In thu United Statos,
lllchard Hall has been acquitted at
Dawson, Y T on 11 cliaigo of steal
IliB $40,000 worth of -ol dust from a
vuii0ll river steamboat.
HONOLULU. T II.. TIMMDAV, .MAY
fiABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, May 4,
SAN FltANCIHCO Sailed May 2:
Am. sthr. Mm lei. for llnnit
SAN FltANCISCO -Arrived May I
Am. bklne. Corouado, henco Apr. II
IIII.O Arrived M.ij 2:
Am. lik, (1 C lobe), from San
Tuesday. May 5. .
SAN FltANCISCO Salted Akij .
U. S, A. T. Sheridan, for Honolulu.
SAN FltANCISCO Arrived Mny 5:
Am. sclir. 11 C Wilght, ftom Malm
kona, Apill U
a U R K n a K X )t I K !i Jt K It
THOMAS COMES AND GOES
ThoU. S. A T Thomas canio Into
port Inst evening after announcing
her appioach h) wlielesj, somo Mine
beforehand. She was sighted nboul
G o'clock and docked at S:30. She Is
en routo from Nagasaki nnd Manila
for tho Coast, bringing troops and
passengers from tho Oilcnt. She took
out null, Bulling nt 11 o'clock this
morning, for Sun Fianclsco. Sho cur
ries troops bound for Seattle. Alto
gether thero are 1U51 pa-wongem
abnird tho boat, whlih Is one of tin)
largest of the tinnspoit licet.
Tho tioops nbourd tho boat nro
519 enlisted men or the Sth Infantry,
comprising seven companies, 127 en
listed men, casuals of tho army, unit
100 ensunls of the navy, 01 uisu.its
of the marine turps, 53 Dltlccis.
Thoro arc, besides, 153 civilians In
tho first nnd K'coml cabins.
The men weic allowed ashore last
night nnd this morning, nnd were
glad to bo nshore, as they have had '1
monotonous trip, and report tho
weather na cold after their long stay
In the heat of the tropic Philippines.
They had 11 storm a few dn)s out of
Nagasaki, but 1111 otherwise unevent
ful passage, so far as the weather la
At Nagasaki, 11 slay of several days
was made, mid Lonsideinblo dlllkulty
experienced In getting the men
ubo.ttd In time for sailing. Some
undesirable. passengers wero picked
up, however, In the persons of sev
eral Jaimncyc. who hid In tho coal
bunkers, nnd tame out after tho bout
had put lo spa They wero allowed
to sign, up with tin. crew, nnd mad?
to wort lianfull tho way over. One
if the men claimed lo bo an ex-cap-tain
or (ho'.lnpatlose army, nnd re
fused lo sign up until ho saw he
would be put 111 the brig If he re
Tin co hundred Ions of water was
put aboaid her thl.i morning.
Louis Del mer died at sea Apill 22.
Piomlnciit among those nho.ml
the Thomas aio Captain It. II. Allen
of the Twenty-ninth Int.inti); Cap
tains Murijty Italdwin, II. V Hvnns,
S. V llniii,L II. Johnson, T. Nor
man, F S. L. Price nnd K. II. Stew
art or the Hlghtli Jiifuiitr); Colonel
V P Diddle, U. S. M. C : Captain 11.
(! l.eiriuird of the Pnuitcenth In
fant!), Captain II. M. Powell of tho
Twenb-lirih Infantry; Colonel F. A.
Smith or tho F.lghth, In lommand;
Major C P. Torret of the Klghth; Ma
Jor V K Wright of the eighth, and
Captain Paul A. Wolf or tho Finn 111.
While lu port here, Iho Thouiui u
celved orders not lo dlsemlmik tioops
at San Francisco until further ordcrb.
This Is taken to Indicate lint tho boat
will go 011 to Portland, lu all piohihll
It. and dl'chargo Iho tioops thoiu. In
ktomi of lelioving the 22ml Inf.iutiy
ut the PioMdlo, San Finueltco, us p
She was full to the limit of her
capacity when fcho went out of Iho
h.ulior this morning.
The It. M. S. S. Mitinmu came Into
P"it this morning at 7:30 o'clock
with .Inn Kubellk, tho gient vhtuoso,
aboard, but with ninny dlsuppolntcd
people ashore, who foil badly that
she did not nrrlvo Inst evening. Tho
vessel brings ptihsengers nnd null ns
well ns fi eight for tills poit. Aside
fimu tho bicuklng down of her
pumps so Hint alio had to go bad;
Into the haibor uftor being honm
time at sea fiom Vancouver, tho oy
ngo which sho hnd over heio was tin
event fill, tho weather wns calm unit
the winds favorable.
Shu lert Vlctciiln. II. C nt 4:30 p.
m Apill 28, so that tho lull would
have boon 11 go'i'l "no hud sho mado
port hst night.
Sho brought for Honolulu six pas
KMigcis lu tho first cabin and seven
in tho second,
Tho cargo for this port consists of
2.000 bairols lime, 200 diums cod
Huh, 5 uites cheese, nnd 21 lings sun-
A Most ExeeJWnt Assoremient of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525,
Do You Say
"I'll have lo have these
P ro c ra s 1 1 a n a t i 0 n
A. N, SANFORD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
The Mnrnma proceeds on her vo)
ugo to the Colonics at 2:30 o'lhick
Among tho notable paisengtrn
aboard is Hon. C. MflJo Chl-r Jur-
tlcc of FIJI, on his w.i) to the blind i
by way ot Canada.
THE PANTFT, 30AT.
Tho Manna l.oa, Cnptilu Slmerson,
enmo In early this morning, with Iho
usual cargo of food supplies, nnd with
a lingo lUt of passengers. Tho caigo
which she brought lu wns: 8512 bugs
BUgnj, 352 bags corfefe, 3 bags nwa, 1
lings potatoes, 95 bunches bananas, I
bales .tobacco, 2 barrels oranges, 1
barrel ill led fish, 2 cases diled fish, 9
bands pears mid 2 cases same, 2
cases water lemons, 8 kegs butter, 22
empty barrels, 1 case limes, II caseo
preserves, 2 cubch brandy, 2 bales
hides, 2 bates sheep skins, 4 antes
chickens, 5 crates pigs, 14 bogs, 1
goat, 4 horses, 32 head cattle, 1 auto
ind 155 packages sundries.
The Inter-Island steamer Mauai
Km, Froeinnn, sailed ut noon today
for llllu nnd way ports, on her reg
ular run. Tho big boat canted out 11
good number or passengers
THREE STEAMERS TO SAIL.
Three luler-Islnud sleamers, tho
Iwalanl, tho I. Ikelike and thu W. (I
Hall are duo to sail at 5 o'clock Dili
af let noon, only tho latter can) lug u
largo list ot passengers.
TWO POATS FROM tho llrn-lllan
ember Constant raced this morning
out to tho buoy and luck. One or Iho
bo its wilt, manned by negioes, nnd the
other b whites Tho boat manned by
th'i; latter won by Ihtoo minutes, after
an exciting stiugglo, which nttractol
a' good ileal 'or attention along the
S. S. SANDIIKIta, rnptiln of tho
trnns-I'ncinc steamer Korea, vviih
granted a mini decree or divorce lu
Oakland, recently by Judge Melvlu,
from Kathleen V. Sandberg. It wns
rhaigcd that Mrs. Sandberg had
transferred her nlTectlons to another
while her husbuid wan sailing Iho
SOMi: DISAPPOINTMENT was ex
lierlonreil nil over town when llnee
whlBllcs, blown at 1! o'clock -cstordiiy
afternoon were round In herald tho
approach of tho transput! Thomas, In
hie.ul of tho Maraiua, bearing Jun Ku
bellk, who w.-ia expected to glvo a con
cert last night.
A I,1:tT1:U FROM r.an Frunelscn
sn)u that thu monitor W)omltig .'lll
bo In trim fur hea In thlity da) a and
Is to bo sent to this port to bo station
ship hero. Shu Is being practically re
built, nnd eoiiveiled Into an oil burn
or. Sho will bring a crow of 173 men
TllH AMF.RICAN SHIP William V.
Ibihcnck out eighty-three duyii fiom
Novvcnstlo, Alls., for Vnurouior, hua
been posted as 1111 overdue, with a
rnto of 10 per cent quoted for rein
THE CHILEAN CRUISER, acuct.il
Dnipieduiio docked ut tho naval whiiif
this morning, to lake ,011 about 200
tons of coal, preparatory to sailing to
morrow for Japan.
THE LITTLE SCHOONER Mol Wn
I1I110 sulbi this afternoon for Kauai
THE SHIP Marinii Chllcott,.oll ear
lier, sailed Ibis morning for (lavlutii,
M1KAIIAI.A Is duo lu poit to
TICKETS FOR SATURDAY'S
"MASCOT" NOW ON SALE
The box ofllco ut Wnll, Nichols foi
next Sntuiduy'B peifoimunco of "Th?
Mnbcot" opened this moinlng, uud.tho
way lu which tho tickets nio going
shows what u popular hit that comic
opera has made.
All who saw "Tho Mnscnt" last
week aro loud In their pialses of
that pmductton nnd 11 gient many or
them have secuicd tickets again for
the third night.
It Is Biifo to say "Tho Mascot" Is
tho best coinlc'npera )ot produced by
locul amnteuiB aud thoio have been
mmii mighty good ones, too.
Had "Tho Mascot" not been the
biiccess It undoubtedly was, It could
pot inn for a third night, but, as It
Is, a full hnuso for next Sutuiduy Is
All thoso who Intend to go lo noxt
Saturday's performance should bc
euro their tickets na boon as possible,
as thoy aro soiling rapidly and fiom
present Indications cannot hiBt much
In this respect tho inanagonient
wUhoa It cleaily undoistood that no
tlckots will bo held nfter 4 p, in,. on
Bulletin Business OMce Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Eooeu Phone 185,
" -itoiak - '
J DISMISSAL FOR
Officer Makes a Futile
! Effort To Get Him
1 Off Onjhomas
j Lieutenant Fay of the Murine
.''tups lundo tin unsuccessful ultenipt
lo get U. S. District Attorney llreck
riis to content this morning to dis
miss tho caso of Private Ocorgo Da
vis, a luailuo stationed here, who
has been Indicted under the Edmonds
Act, In older Jo fccud him away on
the U. S. A. T. Thomas, The 'legal
men had n warrant sworn out before
Judge Dole, un which Davis wns ic
The tumble began about n month
ago, when thu man was ordered home
to the States, and wns supposed to
have gone out on the Huford. He
was arrested Just before tho boat
sailed, and was not sent, us It was
certain that If ho was, HrccKons
would bring him back to bo tried
Tho attorney could not prevent the
man being sent, but ho could hi lug
him back nfter ho had gone.
This morning, with the Thomas
sailing nt 11 o'clock, Fay called 011
Erections, ulid tried to fix tho nintter
up so Hint Davis might go ns ordered,
but thero wns nothing stirring.
It Is said that thero was no causa
for tho rcancst, as the marlno olll
cers did not wish to Interfere with
tho administration of Justice, and
would not have sent Davis nwny
without Ilreckons' consent. It was
hoped merely Hint thu man could be
gotten lid or.
The trial of Davis comes up In the
11101 11 lug.
(Continued from Pe 1)
company arc all white, ami nro ener
getic nnd competent. Tho men ura
about one-half white and Portuguese,
nnd half natives All nro strong mid
apparently tapable of standing hard
ships of active service, mid ph)slcu)
examinations are tho army atandnrd.
The entire organization cm bo im
pended on In case tit domestic dis
turbances. Character and zeal me
excellent; clllticnc), good.
(Inllery practice Is inoiu extensive
than 1 migo practice.
Company E. . I'hjslcal appearance,
character and zeal, cvttdlont; relia
bility In domestic emergencies, com
plete. Examinations confoim to ar
Company F. Ph)sknl appearance,
thurnctcr and zeal, excellent; effi
ciency, good; lellablllty In domestic
emergencies, tomplcto. Examination
ion forms to army stnndnid
This company Is enough better Li
11 general way to mark It as Hist,
comparative!), In tho R111111I, but not
enough to unto It excellent through
out. Com puny fl. Physical appetunnce,
character and 7e.1l, excellent; cfll
clency, good; reliability in domestic
emei gencics, complete. Examination
conforms to army stanil.uil.
Company I. Tho oflltors and men
1110 nil natives. Thu captain 1h ener
getic and competent, with good com
mon i,ense. Tho lieutenants nro on
ergotlu and competent,
Tho men are of oxcollont ph)slcul
condition; ihninctcr and zeal, excel
lent. Appearance, fair, mid all. cm
bo lolled 011 In caso ot domestic emci
Turget practice iory llttlo; about
eight men fired Clnss C, ubout six
teen linvo hnd gulleiy practice.
This tompaii) Is uufoituiiutely sit
uated. ' About 20 men live 23 miles
rrom tho licuilquatlcrH and otheis nro
scatteied widely. It Is suriulsliii;
that so good a showing was made,
and It Is duo to tho foico of tho eun
tuln und tho energy tit tho olllrois.
Thero Is 110 means of locking up
matciial lusldo the aimory.
First Hospital Company. Pliytluil
uppeutmite, character and zeal, ox
collenl: ofllclcncy, excellent; lellabll
lt) In domestic eiuorRencles, com
plete Examination conforms to ur
Flist Company Slgnnl Corps. PJiys
leal appearance, chiu.ictor, zeal, and
elllclcmy, excellent; reliability In
domestjo emergencies, complete Ex
amination tuiiforins to m my stand
ard. lly tmler of tho governor,
.IQIIN W. JQN1-S,
A'Tutant Gcneralr Chief of Starr.
185 edlterla! reems atW bu
nets office. These are the ney tel
ephone numbers' of the Bullitln office
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will bc so
low tht you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Bos' and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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Hawaiian slnndnrd time is 10 bum's
SO minutes slower than drccuwlctt
time, being (hut of tho meridian of 157
degrees 30 minutes, Thu tlino whlstlo
blon-3 at 1:30 p. in., which Is the bsiiio
as Orcinwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
aud moon are for local time 'or the
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t ARRIVED '
usuxxvixun khk itv wu
Mnndni. May 4
1' S A. tinn-poit Thomas. I..nani.
fiom Manila ami Nagasaki, 9 p in
Tuesda), May 5
C.-A 8. S Mamma, rrom Vniicou
cr und Victoria, 7 30 a in
Stcamei Mauna I.oa. Slmereon, from
Hllo nnd wny ports, 5 n 111.
a u u s m m a c 1; jc k n jf jc
a s u kt it k 14 n It, h )t v. n
TiiCKln), May 6
Sliur Manna Ken, Ficomnn, for III
to and wny ports, at noon
C-A. S. 8. Maraiua, for Colonies,
2.30 p. in.
U. S. A. transport Thomas, Diiiini.
for San Francisco, from Nnvul whaii,
U n 111. (with mall).
m on Hitmen iDtititn :t:i x
K SAILING TODAY
d K U H it H K ii it tt X K K it
Slmr. Mlknhala, Thompson, for Kuu
nl ports, i ji. m,
Slmr 'iwalanl, Self, for Maul und
Molokal, 5 p, 111
V H B 15 n a ( H J M it K li H it
a u a u y k u jc it ic .-: v. tat mix
Chilean training ship General II. 1
queilano, Fontaine, for Yokohainu, I
A it id it )t X )i f X li ti it. K X &
R PASSENGERS ARRIVED
5i X it it ii il X it it tt 31 fi 1: niiiiU
Per stmr. Mnutin Loa, Slmerson,
(ruin Kail, Kona.jiorls and Maul ports',
5:20 a. m. A. Illitler, It. Jrwln, L. Lu
Rue, Edith .Mills, T. C, Jackson nnd
wlfo, F, McCorrlston, I), p. Miimbriio
and wife. Win. St. Clslro, Y. Van Illug,
L. A,,;ThurBlon, E. E. Ciuianl. J. A.
MHnon,'"viiru and cervant, Mlsa E
Mngooii, O. H. Mill, J. Hay, (leo. W
Cnrr, II. F Wt hbolnii, W J. Dyer, P.
Mrsschaeit, Chns l)anlelr Joe llego,
Mnilmolo, F. Tgiislhaw, T, Jl ail Ins,
P, Hundloss, .1. II. Fisher, ,1 Hold
Mela, .las. Hind, it. Jt. Elgin and 02
Per It. M. S. Muiunia,- (III1I1, fiom
Victoria, en unite lo tho Colonies, May
.'.Miss C. P Shields, E Itougler, T
It. Kackley, W S. IDeiofl, Jos Loid,
II S. Smith. Mis Tliurbi'if Miss Hyl
vostor. E. I) Clluo, F Call, J John,
II. I), Files, O, Thurbor
PerU S A lianspoit Thomas, May
4, from Manila For Honolulu' Mrs.
Custlno, Mrs, James Miller, Miss Ida
-' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
KintlirEEU K S K I If fl
Per stmr Mauna Ken, Freeman, for
t Illo and way ports. May 5, 12, 111,
Miss Mai la Victor, Miss Alliens, C, .
Hull, (1. . Mayer, V, J, Hell mill
wire, .Mies Matlhla lllalsdell. Miss
'Julia Hughes, Mist Alice lllalsdell,
Miss L. Hopkins, Mrs. II. P. Wood,
Mis. C L. Wight. Mrs. E. P. Low, I.
Ihlhl und vvf, T. II. 8pi)ker, A V
Curler, J. Itrfio, Rov. Kong Yin Sol, P.
O. Jones ntid wire, K, A. Wlckcll, H,
Spll7cr, James Lyell, James (1, Frjer,
F J Lludeni.inu, C. M. LovHtod, W.
II. Hhlpninu, Mrs SaiimloiH, MIiih Don
Saundeis, Mis. Diiuliam, Mr. Ell 1
llelllg, V, O. Hanks, O, ,1. Darker, Lou
Shoimg, .Mrs, Hampton, It, It Ellllii,
a 3 sr It 3( Jt 3( vl W w s 7 rt X
i PASSENGERS BOOKED X
M K V K M U II 10 Hit K Jt ( V, X K
Per () 8. 8, Aliinodn, May 13, foj,
San Fnuclsco. Jlr. nnd Mrs, (I, dm
don, II II. Kenton, Mrs. II, II. Ren
lon, Miss Itutli Kenton, Mrs P l
Home, MIah Mmy A, Peck, Mr mil
Mrs. J, 8. Wood and child, Mih A F,
t'ooko, Mies (liacu Cooko, Mh'H II,
Cartseii, Mm, Ilnukoy Mis J. A Hop
put, Miss Hnpptr Ml n, II Cniiko,
Mini T, C. Milk in, MImi M. A. 0'Mu:
Ivy. MiiiC. M, Hydo. (I J Il'gu'ow,
wlfo nnd child, Mrs O C Bcotl, Mm,
n. L, Kqiinoy, T, N. Slrykur, W. (I.
Wulkvr, Mm, C llelllg, J. C Colien
and wife F. W. Wnclittr and wlfo,
Mrs C. V. Tuekai, Mli-s Tuok r, Mn,
II. P Fiear and dauglitor, c. f,
Hiiins, J. J. Sullivan, Mr. and Mis. (!.
P Shlpard, Mr and Mis. II. 8. Umlili,
Mis. Crawford J P Moigsn, Mil,
Sugehlio und child, Mru, J. T (lullu't,
W II Hoiieymnn und wlfo, Mr. anil
Mrs. W. nooth, Lewis Schoen, R. W.
Robinson, J. C Latin, L. J. Collin,
Mrs. Iiiuhly and child, Mr. ami Mm
A Kolncr, P. A (lnrvlo, Mm, 0, F.
Turn mid two (lilidion, IC, A, Wilson,
I). Jniuleson, I. W. Piiiuly.
I't'i' slmr Iwalanl, Self, for Miilokal
and Maul porlB, fi p. 111. Mm, W.
.lonos, J. K. Wnlnmaiil, llorulcq pimha
und two children
Per slmr. W, O. Hall, fur Mnul iiinl
Kauai ptig, 6 p, in. Mm, A, Srliult
and two clilldieu, C, P. J'cknit, . L,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,