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EVENINO RUIJ..ETTN, HONOLULU, T II WlinNF.SDAY, MAY fi, 19oS.
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Pacific Tint Degree.
Roto Croix Regular, 7;
Oceanic Second Degree.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 2 Reg
ular. All visiting mombcrs ot h
order are cordially Invited to
nttend lacitlngs ot bcnl lodgos
HARMONY tODQL, Vi. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.i
Maotn svery Monday evening r.t
7:30 In I. O 0. F. 11.111. Fort StifOt.
U. 11. IIENDRY, Sectetnry
1IM.W T. VICKKIIS, N U.
All visiting biothcrs very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. HO. 2. K. OF V.
Meets coi Jil mill Itli Tucsil.n
of onch month .it 7 .In ) in tit K. 1'
Hall, cornet I'oit and Ilcrctnnl.i Sts
Visiting Brothers umllnlly wokomn
W. L. LYLK. C. C.
r. WALUKON, K. ot It. R. S
OAKU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets everv Unit nml thlitl Fil-
duy evening t 7 30 in K m 1' ll.ili
corner Foi X. iilul Ilci t.uii i Visit Iiik
brothers lonllnlly Invited tu .ltd ml
A (1 DL'KRING. CI".
J V.S W WIIITK. K US.
tV ' HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, It. 1. To.
S will meet In their hall on King
icenr Fort sti-net every Friday even
ing. Hy order ot the K It.
HMNRY C. BA8TON,
VM. II. McINKRNY, K. 11.
,.fWm.M'KINLEY LODGE vNo.8r K.o P.
"Meets evory Hnturdny evening tit
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort and Bcretanla. Visiting broth
m cordially Invltod to attend.
W. L. FRA7.RG, CO.,
IE. A. JACOUSON, K.RS.
4' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
t UiiU on the 2nd nn-1 4th WKD
MMDAY eenluga ot each month at
7:20 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Daretanla and l'ort streots.
Visiting Uaglea aro Invited to at
4 - Vy. L. TRAZKK, W.( Frost.
. -,' 'II. T. MOUR1S Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. H. M.
ltcetH e(ry first and third Thitrs
!laya of each nioi.th at Knights 'it
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers coi'-
tilally Invttad 'o attend.
J. W ASCII. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C, of R.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames mpdc by order.
0UH PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
It making the Beit Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. MoTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 753.
fine Job Printing at the Sulletln.
I myK jmm I
why you should try AUccrel
Us Cream Chocolates. Not
4l.n IflA.I t.HMj.i.laHl Im 11..1b
- "tu iti iiupuiuuu ja uitill
W. Some makers thiow the in-
m gradients of candy together as
r if thev were tossine ha v.
There's a method in the mnn-
g umciurc ot Aiicirretii s tnav is
ft different; it will bear the
w limelight of publicity When
J you cat these creams you are
9 eating a preparation of cane
g sugar, pure extracts and the
ft best chocolate.
P 45 cts. and 35 cts. n box.
f Benson, Smith &
HOTEL and TORT STS.
I it will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
PINK PEARLS r
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
5c - Cigar - 5c
M. A. Gunst & Go.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg,
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSEJ.DEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds ot KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
CXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
25BEeretanla St. Phone 1491.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
I Ring up 2-5-G and ask for a B u 1
I I c t i n Vacation Booklet, which
tells you all about the best outing
, plan ever offered.
1 Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
I Pannnin lints cleaned at the (Hobo.
The Fleet is coming. Let us clean
I up the City.
I Ring up 8ci)tt)'g when you wnnt n
i good unto rldo. Phono 1G7.
Mr Kent its fiosli nianito iliHlnry
mm tit till Rroecrn for ZSc per Jar.
Putnam Health Pills ninlto rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try them.
A hank hook lins been lout mid It
Is nttUiM to bo rrtitrtioil to Hank n(
llnnall, In l.tmt Column.
Thy ScuuItU) cottages me delightful
In the summer tlnio. Ungago a cot
tago now for tho season.
The broad and paitry nt tho Alex
ander Young Cnfo mo niado frosh
very morning. Try their Gorman
Tho songs nnd sttirlo by Carrlo
Jai'iibi-llond now on nalo nt Here
strum Music Co., Ltd., nto cier pop
ular ulth musical people.
Hau ou noticed tho scarcity of
pineapples? Nevertheless, tho Island
Fruit Co. will have souio cholco nnci
(or the Alami'dn, l.ltli Inst.
The hn'scball teams aro Just IickIii
nlnz to play. You should got ac
quainted with the pl.iK'i'i li seeing
their pictures nt Tho Fashion.
Coat your Iron roofu with "Arabic
You will ko surprised nt Ua cootlns
and preservntlvo properties. California
Feed Co., agouti. I
Tho White) Fnuilly Rotary (lock ant!
chain ttltch) Is tho beat sev. I115 ma
chine In the world. Denny & Co , Ltd.,
agents, 126G, Fort street. Phouo 4S8.
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.
If on need a tunic, tho safott.
(heapebt, nnd most palatable, ns wl
ns the most elllclent, Is n glass of
Pi lino beer with jour munis. Ask your
.Mrs. Henry V. Kinney this morn
lnc underwent 1111 npcintloii fur aji-
lietidiPltlK nt tho (Jiioen s Hospltnl
Tho (ipuriitlon, which vnm tioifcctl)
succcuful, wn performed by Dr. CI
Monibom of the lTiilerlty Club will
be glad to know that they can now ob
tain TanHtiu KplllH nnd Tansan (llu
K'r Ale as well iib Tansan Pints at
the club. Tho Tnnsnn Ginger Alo la
without question tho ilryest and bcit
n lo 1111 tho market.
J W. A. Iledhoiiho, the watchmak
er, has received news of tho death ol
his mothet , ..Mrs. (leorglann Juutlnla
Ui-ilhouso, nt Lclchuster, Knglaud. on
March 30. The deceased was horn on
Antigua, where her fnther, tteo. At
bill, held n largo CHtatc.
Acting (inventor Mott-Smlth this
luiirnlng approved a land uxcl)angu
between tho Piibllr Works lle)iartinonl
and Mar II. I..inui, which (ansae
II1111 waa nitide so that the work on the
wiilenlng mid Improvement of the
Diamond Head load could bo done.
Theio will bo n rehearsal of "The
Man of tho limit" nt tho Opera Hoiiho
at 8 o'clock UiIh evening. Mr. Adams
has tin liniiortant matter ho wishes to
illsciisH'vvlth those taking pail In the
ila nml fur that roiiBim bo desires
eveiy member of tlio company to be
(Unrgu II. Mayer, iigent for the
Standnril Oil Cnnii.iny beie, guvo n
dinner nt tho Young Hotel Monday
night to somo of tho olHeers of tho
Chilian tinlnliig t-liln now In poit
Jlaser was formerly a lesldent of Val
paralso nnd was acquainted with Lome
of tho olilcers of tho vessel.
At tho reiiuest of tho men of tho S.
S. llenjamlu Constant, n solemn 10
(ulem mabs will ho celebrated nt the
Catholic Cathedral on next Thursday
moinliig tit U o'clock for tho repose of
Iho two marines who died and wero
hulled nt sea during tho present voy
age. Special music by tho boat's band
All aro Invited.
Miss Ile.itrlco Castle has arranged
the following musical program for the
(Moaners' lawn party on Saturday:
Songs, Mrs. Allen White and Mrs.
Tenney Peck; chorus by tho young
Indies from Kuwalahao Seminary; vio
lin quartet, Mrs. Ingalls, Mrs. Cooper,
Miss Ross mid Miss Damon; recita
tions, Mrs. Humphi Is.
At tho meeting of tho Woman's
llo.ii il, held vestcrday artel noon at
Central Union church, at which Mrs.
i:. II, Wnteihouso presided, Mrs. C.
M. Ilvdo spoke ot her trip thiough tho
Medltetrnncan two veals ago. She
visited tho cities on both sides of the
Mediterranean, and went aB far as
Constantinople nnd Jerusalem. Mrs.
Hydo leaven for her homo In Ware,
Miibs.. on tho next Alameda.
C S Hollowny, or tho Roard of Ag
ilciiltnro mid Forostry, called on tho
Acting (invomor this morning and
tiukcd that mi extension of time bo al
lowed Alexander Craw In Ills leave ot
nbsence. Ho has been sick, and cop.
Kupiontly lias not been nblo to take
his vacation. Thlity days extension
Was asked for, nnd while the (Inventor
liiado 110 dellnlto promise, ho will
probably grant tho request.
Lota belonging to tho Public Woiks
Depaitment back of Iho Queen's Hos
pital vvcio sold at auction recently as
IoIIowh: lxit 3 lo John Munlz for
$lfil, lot i to Mario K. Rego for Jr.no,
lot fi lo A V. Potcrs for $022, lot 7 to
Jo.o C. Cotrea for SU18, lot 8 to Sib
velro Fernandez for $,i:i,ri, lot 12 to
John Nobriga for ?J2 1, lot 13 to John
A ran J for SI48. In addition to those a
small icmnant of land on Hotel sheet,
between Punchbowl and Alapal
strcpts, vvas sold to B. H. F, Woltci
trustco, for J273.
Chlng Turn Shoo, widow of tho lute
C. Wlnani, has brought suit for nil In
Junction against William A. Hall, nl
leglng thnt tho latter has taken sum-
maiy possession ot certain lands that
vvuro leased to her husband for u lie-
llod of twouty-flvo years. Sho prays
that Hall may bo prevented riom
ovlctlng her, nnd thnt sho ho put In
possession of tho property iignlu.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday. May 4.
8AN FRANCISCO -Sailed May 2:
Am Bchr. Muriel, for liana.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May I
Am. bktne. Comunitn, hence Apr. II.
HILO Arrived May 2:
Am. bk. (1. C Tohey, from San
Tuesday, May C.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Mny fi:
U. S. A. T Slietldatt for Hoiiolnlu
HAN FRANCISCO Arrived May H:
Am. kclir. 11. (' Wtlght, f mm Malm
kona, April 9
The ship llaiig.ilorc, which Is now
almost 201 itaya out of Ninfolk, Vn
for this port, via tho Hoi 11, Is tho sub
ject of 11 great deal of speculation on
tho vvntorfiont now. ns bhu Is making
such 11 long passage ns to lead to
Brave doubts ns to her hafety Tho
ship In n smart craft, which would
not bo expected to get Into trouble.
unless something was radically wrong
Vhe possible Folutlon of tho long pas
sago Is given by tho old salts ns being
Inability to come mound tho Horn, on
account of bad weather. They think
that niter she had tried It for n long
time, ntul tho men had gotten the bolls
and other eoniplaiuti which aro com
mon In such casc3 that tho boat was
put about, and took tho Capo of Onod
llopo nnd Last Capo loute, by way of
Australia, In whleh she sho onlil
bnidly have, gotten Into poil under
the 200 ilnys. Kvery day uho Is now
out, however, greatly diminishes the
chances thatf she will ever make port.
THE CAT CAME RACK.
A remarkable cise of Intelligence
In iiulmuls came to light when the
transport Thomas was In port the last
lime. A big Maltese cat, named Mike,
which vvas tho pet of tho marines nt
Iho time they wero In tho Naval Stu
linn, refitFod to go to camp, when tin
boys moved to their prosonttloeatioii
When tho Thomas c.uuo through on
her last trip, going to tin. Orient, Mike
was missed from llu Naval Station,
and It wub not kuo.wi what had he
como of him. The sentry 011 tho dock
was naturally greatly surpilsed, when
the Thomas docked the other (lay. to
Bee Mike walk off the boat. Tho cat
Is now content to stnv at the marine
barracks, v.'heio he la a (neuter pet
than over, since Iho Intelligence bo
showed In knowing where to land
fiom thu .ktctmcr after Ills long tilp.
' ' " n
KINAU'S FIRST RUN.
The luler-lHland stcitner Klnau,
Cnplnln O'eory, formeil) llagi-hlp of
thu Inter Island fleet, which was io
fltted rtceiitly for the Kauai run, re
turned this morning fiom liei (list
vo)age since being put again Into sci
vice. Slic arilved nt 2:E('. 11. in , with
u good number of pasbcngers, nnd a
good cargo Sho biought the follnv
lug: fi'iin bigs luigur, 38 enipl) wine
casks, 11' bags lulu, 10 pieces lumber,
20 hags sisal plants, fin iases Ihiik), 2
mules, and 9.1 packages sundries.
thu ami:rican hark it. p mill
el. Captain McDonald, came Into the
harbor this morning, and docked about
10 o'clock Sho is Bovenleen days out
of San Fianclsco, In ballast, having
only about 31)0 tons ot general cargo
In her hold Tho boat Is (lying tho
Mntion (lug. Sho report J light winds
all tho way down, nnd would not have
made tho run so quickly had sho lucu
mine heavily laden, Sho did not pick
up u sail in tho run, and had no nast)
Till: INTi:iMSl.ANl) slt.inier Like
like. Captain Naopala, left this morn
ing, iihout S: 45 o'clock, for her leg
iflar run, having been dehi)ed In stall
ing thiough Inability In get cjirgo on
In lime. She was hcliedtiled to have
Balled at 5 o'clock juutuiilit) after
Till: A. II. S. S. TEXAN, which wns
to liavo sailed from Seattle and Ta
coma May 13 for Honolulu, lias been
withdrawn from that run and sails In
stead direct from San Franclbto for
Till: J1RA55ILIAN cruiser Constant
leaves on nuxt Saturday, to icsiiiue
hoi eriiisn around tho world. Today
Is wash day aboard her, and she la
literally Loveied with "lilsh pen.
Till: CIIILIIAN CRUISF.lt ncucinl
llauqtiedatio Is duo In leave this af
ternoon at 1:3(1 o'clock' If she can
finish loading coal In time.
Till: STHAMKR J. A. Cummins,
Scnrlo eamo lu last night fiom Wnl
Uiannla, with 100!i bags or Biigar.
THi: STKAMHR MIKAHALA, Till
lett came lu this morning fiom Mil
kawLil, with fiflOO bags sugar.
THi: SIIILRIA Is duo with mail
A Most Exctnent' Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
KINO ST. PHONE 525.
Do You Say
"I'll have to have these
glasses fixed" t
A. N. SANFQRD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING,
from tho Orient 011 Tilda), ,-t d.15
Tin: u s. a t siiintmw is iiu
In this pint on next Tuei'i)
The decision In tho famous sake
care which mny mean thnt several
hundred thousand dollars tiny bo lie
qultcd by residents of Hawaii, will
probably bo given next Monday, the
following cnblegiam having been re
ceived from tile mainland by Attorney
Tho. Fitch, who Is handling the c-iro:
"Not )et nrrlved nt decision. Court
will render tlcclsloAa every Monday
until Juno 10."
Tho rulo of tho court has heretofore
been lo glvo out Its decisions on the
first Monday of every month only, hut
tho rulo has evidently been changed
rs slated nbotc, nnd Fitch expects
thnt tho great decision win bo given
Rcglstiar General D. P. Lawrence
has innilo the following report of
deaths nnd gcnernL nummary for tho
lloai d of Health Tor tho month of
April. lie lepoits the following
deaths mid their causes:
Febrile, 1; diarrheal, 2; venereal,
1; dietetic, G; constitutional, 17; de
velopmental, 7; nervous, 13; circula
tory, 10; i expiratory, 23; digestive.
t; urinary, 3; lepioductlvc, 2; acci
dent unit violence, 1; suicide, 1.
The following deaths for the month
of April me reported:
.Males, r.3; females, 38. Total, 91.
Annual death rate per 1000 of pop-
uiition, 27 78. Hlrtlis reported, Sti;
marriages icpoilcd, 102,
The total number of deaths for tho
month of April, 11108, were 91, a do
trease of Hi compared with tho cor
lespondlug month of 1907.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 5, 1903,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
llo Sun nnd wf to James Armstiong
et nl I)
Jpmes K Peay to i:n Routing WkB
S.insblcbl Ozakl hy ntty to Kunckl-
chl llda Sub,!' A
Entered for Record May C, 1903,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Young Kap to Leo Kim Dock ....IIS
I.nnohonuaMnl and !ish to John Km-
meluth Tr M
(Continued from Paze 13
clans, statesmen, generals, admirals,
and educators of tho empire.
"PeroiiuIly, 1 hnvo not been offi
cially advlseil of Iho new treaty. 1
l.clleve the "apancse Ambassadors
and Mlnlsteis aluoud will be Inform
ed by tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
and tho Consuls will ho Informed by
them. If the cablegram Is enrrort,
I think It Is the best thing that over
happened between these two Pow
ers." lu concluding Salto Jokingly Wld
that now the newspapermen would
have nothing 111010 to vvilto about tho
minors of war between Jibe United
States nnd Japan,
(Continued from Ps.se It
self, speaking with nppaicnt frank
ness of thu situation.
"I am not ns strong In tho Fourth
District as I would llko to be," ho
said "I flguio thnt there tho Ropub
llcans have a majority of about threo
bundled votes ahead of mu. In tho
Fifth, on thu other hand, I llgtuo on
11 11111J111 II y of fiom blx to Boveii hun
dred v files nhovo tho Republicans. Of
couise, these llguies cover tho present
tlmo, nnd things may change bolero
Iho election. 1 am not Ilgutlng on tho
Democi.ilB, as they tvlll not ho In It
lids jenr. They havo no ical
Miengtb; that Is shown hy the fact
thai they aro unable to get anybody
lo como to their meetings.
"As )ou will sco, I havo n majority,
taking iho two districts together, o
fiom tlneo to four hundred xotca.
That will enable tho labor party to
ehct nil Its candidates, supervisors,
entity odlcois und tho entlro legisla
tive ticket, wllli thu exception of (ho
Repiesenlntlves from tho Fourth.
When 1 first started out I thought that
I would get sumclcnt ttrength only to
onahlo me lo fuse advantageously wllli
0110 of tho other parties, hut now I
llnil thnt I havo enough votes to de
feat any candldato of tho other par
ties whom I may wish to defeat, and
1 think that I have oiioush to elect nu
entlio ticket of the Labor Paity. with
tho exception of tho Representatives
iioin tlio Fourth.
inoro are only four roeasuros
which I want to put thioueh. and thev
all tend to make tho ilch dims nnd
corporntlons pay for tho cost 'of tho
Government, Instead of having the
1)1 AND JURY MAY
TAKE UP PAMPHLET
Thwinrj's Published Story of Iwllel
May Be Looked Into
, Tin ro Is n possibility that tho
I 1 1.11 1 Jury, now In session, may take
IP I'io matter of ThwIng'B lecent
I 11111 hlet. Tin1 matter hns not et
1 Ueeu brought before tho attention of
1 the membere, so far as can bo learned,
jbi. the general tnlk In to Iho effect
h it such will bo tho case. Deputy
' MlflHIIlt' ItlllllHllI Ctilfttti tulwt 111 ll'lllll.
ling tho Grand Jury for his depait
nieiit, wns nsked If nil) thing had been
lone lu tho matter by tho Oram! Jur),
and replied thnt he thought tho mem
bers were tiled of Thvvlng, although
they might discuss his recent pam
phlet. "I think thnt tho Otand Jury Is tired
of Thwlng," ho staled when nsked It
anything had been done. "1 do 1.
know of nny move that Iuib been niiido
against Thwlng by tho Grand Jury.
They may, lion ever."
(Continued from Page 1)
Francisco banquet to Sect clary o(
Navy, St. Francis, 7:30 11, m.; band
Saturdny, May 9th. Oakland dny:
children's dny to visit war ships; hand
Sunday, May 10th Special services
In nil churches nnd nnvitl pivlllon;
breakfast to correspondents, 11 n. m
Monday, May 11th Observation car
trips for 1000 men; iiutomobllo ride
for 400 officers; nthlcllc events In
(loldcn Onto Park nil nfteinoon; box
ing tournament at Auditorium, even
Ing; second reception and ball, Fair
mont Hotel, 9 n. in.; band conceits.
Tuesday, Mny 12th Trip to Vnlleja
for .600 men; reception nnd ball to on
listed men nt Auditorium, 9 p. 111.;
Grand Army reception at Dreamland
Ring, S:30 p. m ; band concerts; ex
cursion to San Jose and Palo Alio for
Wednesday, May 13th Observation
ear trips lor 1000 men: trip to Tamal
pals mid Mulr woods for 200 officers;
child! en's day nt stadium, Golden Gate
Park; reception to olilcers at Century
Club, 2 to G p, in.; boxing tournament
nt Dreamland Rink, 8:30 p. m.; buna
Thursday, May 14th Athletic
events In Golden Gate P.uk, niter
noon. Friday, Mny 15th Observation car
trips for moo mon; athletic events In
Golden Gato Paik, afternoon; Ai my
mid Navy boxlm; championship, Audi-
toiiuni, evening; dinners of M. O. L.
L. U. S. nnd M. O. V. S.-A. War. uvcn
Saturday. May Ifltb Trip In Tamal-
pals for 200 olilcers; dip to Santa
Rosa for twcnty-flvo olilcers mid 175
enlisted men; athb'tle events In Gold
en Galo Park, afternoon; rrioiul chil
dren'! day at stadium. Golden Gate
TIIK STRAMnn NIIIIAU, Captain
Oness, arrived early this nfteinoon,
from Kallu-i nnd way ports, with Ofinn
hags Biigar, 30 head of cattle, and 10
head of calves, Sho brought only one
passenger, Mr, Scott, lu tho cabin.
Sho reports about 11,000 bags of Biigar
Tho galleiy of tho Now Yoik stock
oxchango was opened to Mxty mum
hers of tho party of Japanese who
aro touring this country.
poor man do It ns Is the ease at pies-
cut. These measures aro the division
of tho taxes bo that the counties gel
Blxty per cent instead of Jlfly; the giv
ing to tho counties of tho costn of
court, as the counties pay most of the
couit expenses while tho Toriltory
gets thu revenue from them; to havo
nil tho license moneys given lo I bo'
counties Instead of only half of them;
und dually to havo u gi minuted mer
chandise license law. As It Is thu
dim ot Hnckfeld & Co, which does
un enounous business, pays only $.'j
for Its mcichnndiso license, no moie
than tho poor man who unl) has a
hundred dollar stock of goods. 'The
law tlioubl ho framed so thnt u liceiito
of $25 should ho paid by all mer
chants having less than $10,000 worth
of gross sales a )ear, $100 by nil mer
chants whoso net sales amount to be
tween $10,000 nnd $30,000 n )ear, mil
still hlghger for tho merchants who
do a still largor business. In this way
tho rich linns would bo forced to con
tribute, their proper shnio townnls tho
cost of tho Government, mid the
money which they hold would In Bonio
mensuio ho placed Into circulation,
"Tho main dllllculty which I will
encounter will bo to get gool men In
tho Senate. Theio nio good men In
tho paity, but theio mo none of sufll
dent ability to take n place in the
Senate, wheio tho Important light be
tween tho peopto and tho big Intciests
Is bound tu take place. I may ihuiu
foio offer to fuse with tho Democrnta
nnd glvo in) support lo their candi
dates for tho Sennto. I may nlsn havo
to 11111 mysoir, though 1 cannot well
alford to do bo, aa It will take my at
tention nwny from my nlllce.''
Achl was naked If it woo tiuo that
ho wanted A. M. Brown to run as can
dldato for Sheriff nn hji ticket, but
that ho was unwilling to support him,
should ho seek und obtain tho Repub
lican nomination for that olllcc.
"Yes; my people want Hi own to
inn," ho answered, "Hut wo want him
tu 1 1111 on our ticket alone, as that Is
thu only way In which wo can show
our strength, nnd It ho should have
the Republican nomination, ho would
tako tho patronage of tho odlce away
fiom our party. I feel conddent that
wo could elect him, whereas, It ho
runs on the Republican ticket w Iihout
our Bupport he will be defeated, as bo
will bo knifed hy tho Clvlo Fedeiatlon
and his other enemies lu the Fuuith,"
n m. n m mil1
;, st. 10 .v, 1 h
"1 il It ai iiiio
saim 7 fill o t j
' J V '"
i) It K. inyi's louixi
i 'P m. 1
hi iv 1 I u a 1 ft 41 1 l
II KM .1 12 !' 1.01 ft (l
I- 1 in t av ai
First quarter of tlio maun May 8.
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hums
SO minutes slcwor than Grconvvlch
time, being that of tho merlu.'an of 157
legrccs 30 minutes. Tho tluu, wblstlo
blows nt 1:30 p. m.. which Is tht same
af arcenwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes', Sun
and moon aro fur local tlmo tor Uie
:!. It IT X ;j U tt) M 5(1 M U l( It Pi Jl K1
'a S IC E 35 51 li U If K K K K 5
Wednesday, May fi.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregoiy, finni Kauai,
2:50 n. m.
Stmr. Mlkah.'ila, from Hawaii ports,
10 u in.
Am. bk. R, P. Rlthot, McDonald, 17
days from San Frnnclbco, 10:10 n in.
Stmr. Nllbau, Oncss, from K.iIIuil
ami wo) ports, 1:30 p. in.
U K II E R R R R U II It! f. H ).(
Stmr. Mlknhnla, Thompson, for Ku-
ual ports, 5 p. ni.
Stmr. Iwalunl, Self, for Maul and
MolokaL 5 p. m.
B U K J Jl JI ir tf M 1; IS M U re 4?
f SAILING TODAY
i: k m a a u m as 5 K k u n jv m
Chilean training ship General ll't
qucdnno, Fontnlno, for Yokohama, I
a 8 M K S )t )J X ft a r K
5f 5s x k w ji rt ji t( k ii is a a it a
Per Miiir. Klnau, Gregory, fronr
Kauai ports, May C Mm. W. II. Rice,
Sr., Mis, Scott, Mrs. C. "M. Cooke, A.
S. Wilcox and wife. C. A. Rice, W. M.
Alexander, Mrs. Prosser, Miss WhIL
tiiigton, S Oncha mid daughter, W. 11.
Rice, Jr., nml wife, Master Rico, A.
Robinson nnd wife. W. C. Peacock, V.
II. Crawford, J. Fnssoth, .ludgo Kd
Ings, Dr. Sandovv, A. Haneberg, G. N.
Wilcox, Win. Walei house. W. K. Web
er, F. K. Ciihon, Chock You, Y. Odo,
Shlgo IMa mid wf, Tanaku, Matsushi
ta, G. Inouyo nnd 49 deck
Per stmr. Nllbau, Oness. fiom Kal-
lua mid vvny ports. Mr. Scott.
8 PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per O. S. S. Alameda, May 13, for
San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. G. Gor
don, It. H. Kenton, Mrs. H. II. Ron
ton, Miss Until Rcnton, Mrs. P. L.
Ilorno, Miss Mary A. Peck, Mr. nud
MrB. J. S. Wood nnd child, .Mrs. A. F.
Cooke, MIbs Oraco Cooke, Miss G.
Cartsen, Mrs. Hankey, Mrs. J. A. Hop
per, Miss M. Hopper, Miss II. Cooke,
Miss T. C. Mason. Mlsa M. A. O'Mub
ley, Mrs. C. M. Hyde. G. L. Iligolnw,
wife and child, Mib. (). C Scott, Mrs.
(1. L. Ketiney, T. N. Rtrjker, W. G
Walker. Mrs. C. Ilelllg, J. C. Cohen
nnd wife. F. W. Wachler and wife,
Mrs. C. W. Tucker, Mlos Tucker, Mrs.
II. P. Frear and daughter, C. W.
Rruus, J. J. Sullivan, Mr. mid Mrs. C.
P. Shlpard, Mr. and Mis. II. S. Smith,
Mrs. Crawford, J. F. Moignn, Mrs.
Sugehlro and child, Mr. J. T. Gullck.
W II Hoiieynihii mid wife, Mr. mill
.Mrs. W. Booth, Lewis Schoen, R. W.
Robinson, J. C. Lane, L. E. Collin,
Mrs. Ilnchly and child. Mr. and Mitt.
A. Kolncr, P. A. Oat vie. Mis. O. F.
True und two children, II. A. Wilson,
D. Jnmleson, II. W. l'limty.
Per htmr. Iw'alanl, Self, for Molokal
and Maul poils, fi p. m. Mrs. W. P.
.lone, J. K. Wnlnmuiit, Ileiuicu Poalri
nml two children
For stmr. W. G. Hull, for Maul an I
Kauai poils, 5 p. m. Mrs. A. Schult
and two children, C, P. Kckail, II. L.
f- a is is- a a a ; ;:
Tempciatuics (! a. ill., 71; X a 111,
".'.; 10 n. 111.. 78; noon, 7S; imuulii;
Ilaioinuter, 8 11. m, 30.07; nbsoliil 1
l.umldily, 8 n. 111, 15.988 gialus pir
Liihlc foot, lelatlvo humidity, 8 a in,
0( tier cent; dovv point, 8 a. in.,' 03
Wind I! n. in., velocity 8, dbectloi
K I 8 n, 111., velocity 12, direction K.;
10 n. 111. velocity 10, dlrecllon N. i: ;
noop, (velocity 12, dliectlon IC.
Rainfall during 21 bouts ended 8 n.
m .Oil Inch
Total wind movement limine; 21
hours ended nt noon, 231 mllei.
WM. I) STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U 8. Wcathor lluri-au
i 1 n
Patriot's da) was generally observ
ed In New Uugliuid Meetings, voio
held In towns ruinous In lovolutlou.
arv hlsloiy nud Iho twelfth Marathon
run from Ashland to Iloaton was con
tested. MaMWWlHimHWlW,lwl M lll. ll,. m
to yourself and let ns build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haveAit ready
in no time, and the price mil be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Bo9 and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
f.VSft',, (. . ( I