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vfjvr.N'UJo iiiillrtin, Honolulu, t ii . tiiiiiisiuy, may 7. inus.
IHK 4 WIS Wase
Aw Own Wiyu 7.
0Um t'ttnt Btjr.
itMHg attabtrt tit (be
y f eamMeHr tsvlt! to
ev4 wttfac of beat lodge
Tii&Xltrt I0OG5 7 3, 1. 0. 0 F.
.r Uhitr tfolas i
f'Vt t o o. r u' . vott street.
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A ifeftfe frn,tfcr rtrf eordlslly
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6(mt kb " V p m at K P
fttM. mt Vf 4ii'! imvunla St
VUfflmt ntMff wrtlall welcome
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r WALtrttOVK of It &3.
ffAIKT LOBGE, Ho. 1. K. of P.
SC r? tW ant thlnl I'fl
tef at 7 -! In K of I'. II ill.
wnf Kyt B1 R.refanl.1. Vlxltln?
! n frrdtoU- lnlf"l ti nll'-m!
A OKKIHIfi I C .
J Afl W HITK, K It 3
MlPLfJ tODOE 618, 3. P. 0. E.
iflotom f6zr Ho CIS, H. I'. O.
i, wKl m( In their ball on Klnx
f 7arf ft erwjf FrMajr ven
rt. K or4(r of fU K ft.
HBXRY C. BA8TO.V,
W. If, JfcWKRNY, E. It.
Vbi, ItXnilEY LOME So.8, K.o( P.
jm rrerr Oatardar eTnlng at
I'.ld o'tUxk la If, of I'. Halt, cor
Toil nl r(nla. Vliltlae brotlc
in enrdlaltr (nvft4 to attend.
W J- f'UKK, CC,
v. a. jAfonaov, k k a.
xroKOLtm: azsie J40, p, o. e.
Ifwfa at a ni mi ttb wz-j
XXBDAT etinnr ' ' i r-i-atti at
7;J o'tloek la K r V liail, corner
HirttAtti wt fort tru.
T)(llr.e Sael4i are larlUd to at
Uni. W, X. VKXKV,, ft.. Treat.
If. T. MOOItK, Seer.
KAWAUAN TRIBE No. 1, 1, 0, E. M.
Sf4ta ry tint and third TbiKJ
4)r Of h month at KnlehU of
rthfin Kail. Vlaltlnx brothara cor
Ja'fr farlUd o attend,
Vf. ASCII, Sachem,
A. K M UltritY, C of It,
- ' " ' i i i
3?rfuZ Tlotreii, Tivn Ribbons,
FVathtri and Hat Are Arrived,
Wirs fraraei made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
80 KINO ST, NEAE BETHEL.
for Leii, Cat Floeri, Curios.
Ii oiafcir.g the Beit Home-made Bread
in town. Be ture and try it. The
wagon will delirer at your door,
CALL UP 107,
L U JI C Jl E 3 and DRINKS
The most popular
place i town
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel Kt. near Fort.
Juk Senlly, Jck Roberts.
The Best Vhlakey on the Market.
TH0S, F, McTIOHK & CO., A0ENT3.
10M05 KINO ST,
.PHONE HO, F. 0, BOX 755,
t'lnr Jub Printing 4l the Oulletln,
nfMfr ff- . i mssWIvtMi 1
ktA9 $ 5v
. -.1 . Id tr AiUgrct
- ' ream Chtoriatw. Not
v .- ' - ( )!,,.
mji , Han tin.il .
P-." - V?
f Si aVr
7; hixtmiU ( cam
A if thy were
throw the in-
candv together as
thT wtti tmiinc h.v.
J TJmtc's s method in the mn!i.(
. sriMtetre et Allttr-tti'i that U .
W fllfweiit: it will 'ier the
a Ifuwlifht of publicity When
I r w Mi thit piMim tow nr
eating a preparation of enne
sugar, pure extracts And the
, 91 Lett chocolate.
i 45 cti. and 65 Ms. a box.
feenson, Smith &i
HOTEL and FORT STS
1 It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
jccxts ro it
V1NT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
IIERCZ-AR20W and CAMERA
iOL'BIHO CARS and RUNABOUTS.
7e have pinJ: pearls nnd tone of
the fin't of the white variety in the
Orient, alto gold, silver, diamonds
and Jewelry, Remember, we buy as
well as sell,
1018 NUUAHU near KINO,
5c - Cigar - 5c
M. A. Gunst & Co.
OF THE SEASON.
MIES POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSEI-DEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewu of Pishnutrkct.
DRY O00DS AND FURNISHIN0
O0UDS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
mo BT. OTAB BBTHEI
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
' Ete Etc, All kinds of K0A nd
(MISSION FURNITURE Made To
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jons by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
253 Coretanla St Phone 149 1.
LOCAL ANU 6BNERAL
Ring up 2-5-G and ask for a B n 1
1 e t ( ii Vacation Booklet, which
i - ou all about the best outinp
, . n cTer offered.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
r.niHinu lint clcani'il at tlio tllolio.
The Fleet la coming. Let ut clean
up the City.
Illnc up Hcotty'a wliun you want a
Eood utito tide. I'lione 107
Mir Kntt'lrt'ii rottiriia to Kanal tills
nfKiii'Hin, K.'illltiK In I lie Kin. hi.
Mrn Kcanm' frc?li niaiiRD chutney
urn nt nil Krocotu for SSc'per Jar.
I'ul nam Health I'llla malto rich
blood, SOc. n parkapc. Try lliem.
C V 11.iMm.1h llt uau tonight at
S o'clock for Knuul, aullliiK on tho
Mm. V V ChlllliiKWorlh Iravci for
Kauai tonlKht In thn Klnaii, uhlch
nalln at S o'clock,
.Mr n.ul Mrn. C. A. Haiti win ntc
liookiMl to luoAu on thu Kltinu this af
tcrtidui for Kauai.
Tho Hcaiildu cottaRca are ilollshttul
In tho KUiumer time- Engago a cot,
tage now for tho leasou.
Tho Illlonliin huIIchI from San 1'rau
cIhco and tho China from Yokohama
today, liotli for Honolulu.
I.inly IltTOn will bu a pasBciiwr
on (hi Klnnii. illicit la xchivlulod to
leave nt 5 o'clock thla afternoon.
Tlio lianeball teams tiro Juxt begin
iiIiik to play You ahould Kct lie
iiunlntcd with tho placra h teeing
their picture in Tho IMglifon,
Coat your Iron roofa with "Arabic "
Yoj will bo surprlaed ut Ha roollne
ami prencrvntlro properties. CalKornla
Feed Co., agents,
Tho White l'amlly Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) la the beat sowing ma'
chine In tho world. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 12CC, Tort utreot. Phooo 488.
Your typewriter should be kept in
txcellcnt order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd,,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143.
Carrie I,. Ln7aro has leaned about
BM acrea of land In North KoImI.i to
the Kohal.i Ranch Company for tho
period of fio jeain at un annual nat
al or $lufl.
Thu otllccra mid men of the gu-at
Fleet will (crtulnly Ihoroiighly enjoy
their lxlt to Honolulu because they
can obtain all the Tannan jilnts anil
SplltH, aa well an Tansan Ginger Ale,
Hint thpy with.
Two ery pretty wnlercolor paint'
IngH bj Olio Vlx, representing Kauui
Munery, me nt prchent on (.xhlbltlou
it Hie Promotion Committee moms,
They h.ivo been loaned by the owner,
Mrn. W. H Rice.
Ur. Currie, tho plague expert, will
Kite n lecture nt Iho Central Union
church toiilglit on "Plague." Ho will
give much Information which tthoulil
be of gre.it aluo to oory citizen of
Honolulu owing to tlio fact that tho
dlseuso has been' prevalent heio and
may bo ho ug.iln.
Hberlff Iaukea gtntes that there has
been n report In circulation to tlio of
feet th.it the men of tho Iliazlllau war
ship had been kept on board nt his re
cjueiit He denies Iho truth of th" ro
liort ami states further that on call
ing on the commander of tho vessel
h was Informed that tho men hail
l n kepi on board to tonl nnd r'an
hIiIo but that dit ' would bo grantid
nlK.ie leno this nflernoon.
Acting Covernor Mott-Smlth thlt.
morning reaipolnted Henry E. Cooper
a member of the llo.ud of Regents of
the Hawaii College of Agrlcultute
and Mechanic Arts. Mr. Cooper waB
the short-term member of the first
Hoard and Is now lcappoiutcd for
four )e.irn. Ho Is the prcfcnt I'icsl-
u n :: it tt tt :: tt :t :: tt n tt
ti KOA FURNISHINGS FOR 3
a Mckinley school library, it
tt it ti tt n it ti ii it it it it it it ;t it
Tho McKlnley memoilal library of
the .McKlnley Memorial High School
Is attracting thu attention of thobc
who wish to huve tho library properly
C M, Cooko has presented tho
school with a rotary book caso of koj,
und Lew ers & Cooko have signified
their Intention to glvo a koa reading
table for the room. Tho Mahogany
Lumber people liavo also ugreed to
supply koa for the library tdielves.
With these contributions ns n bisls
It Is reasonable to expect that tho
llbraiy room of tho school will bo fin
uUhed in tho beautiful nuttuul wn-id
of tho IsIjikIu.
Sealed Tcndois will bo rcielved ut
the office of the Siipeiintciideiit of
Public Works yntll 12 o'clock m. of
Friday, May lfith, 1U08, for repalis
to engine!! und pumps ut Sewer Pump
lug Station, Kakaalii), Honolulu,
Didders to submit with their ten
ders Hpctlflc.itloiiB (overlng tho com-
plolo repairs to engines nnd pumps,
Btiperliitcnilent of Public Works.
'Honolulu, T. II., Muy 7th, 1D0S.
A Most Excellent AiiiKTment of
3 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S, KIH0 ST. PHONE 525,
-.if'ai. .ijaA ij imikiMffiitiitW"
TABLE KEJ?0RT OF SAN
Vedneday, May 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Airlu-it May fi:
Am. bk. Alio Turner, lieiico Apr 1U
llll.O Arrhed Mn 4:
Am schr. Jan Kolpli, from San
llll.O Arrived May 5;
A.'ll. S. S. Mexican, from Kaauapall.
KAANAl'AIJ Sailed May G:
A.-H 8. S. Mexican for Illlo.
Thursday, May 7.
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed May ;:
A.-II. S. S. Texan for Honolulu.
S. S. Hllonlan, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Airlud M:i 'i
H. S. Aornngl, hence Apill 29.
SAN FRANCISCO- Mrhed May 7:
S. S. America Mnru, hence May 1.
Schr. V. II. Marston, from Illlo,
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mn 0:
S. S, China, for Honolulu.
SAN niEOO Ariiud Muj 7:
S. S. Virginian, from Sajluu Cruz.
X M 2 K E K K 31 t 2 i 2 k is: a
THU HARK S. C AI.I.KN, Caiitaln
Wilier, ntrhoil hcie (his morning, "C
dn)H out nf Abenleeli. She brings n
largo load of lumber, being deeply lad
en, with 740 or 7SU thousand feet
aboard. She euenunleieil light wlmlb
all tho way, 01 would have made n
quicker pansige. She did .not sight a
still on tho run up. The only nasty
neather encountered was a few days
out of poll.
steam nits i!i:tvi:i:n Anstr.iii.i
and Cuuada which have usuall) callol
nt Fanning on the wu ui to leave
supplies for the (able station, will
heieuflir tako supplies fiom S.duey
to Vancouver to be brought heio nnd
picked up or fakeii direct to Fanning
on thu down tup.
I.AROK ROCK Is now- being laid In
the sea wall on the Kwu side. Tho
big dredger width Is working III "rot
ten low," whole old cr.ift huve been
moored for joais, Is bringing up ipian
titles of Jctsoin.
THE O. S. S. ALAMEDA Is due In
poit tomoriow fiom tho coast with
mull. She should be 111 b) 7 o'clock
Oriental uinll (omes In on the I'. M.
S. S. Siberia, due earl In the morn
THE STEAMERS Claudlue nnd
Manna l.oa are both duo to ull to
mm low, at S p. m. and uoou rospec
THE HARK FOOI1NO SUEY is
Uavliig toilay for Kleclu to load sug
ar for Delwuro lliwkwater.
THE INTER-ISLAND Eteamer Kl
nan rails tonight ut D o'clock for
THE SCHOONER Julius Itolph has
arrived at Illlo from San I'mnclsco
(Continued from Page 1)
ccituln old gentleman, and which
reads in part ns follows:-
"Deal Sir: May I cull our at
tention to .1 plain caso of law -breaking?
Two Sundujs ago ut tho Junc
tion of Judd and Llllliu stieets, we
were dlMutbcd about church time by
shouts nnd n noise of beating horse,
until I went out to see what was the
mutter and 'found two long contract
ors' wagons loaded with coal and
chained together, diawn by four
small mules. The bccond wagon had
n load of lumber on toil of the coal,
and the animals were being tortmed
up-hill. I remonstrated with the
men, but they refused to tell who'e
tho loads wero going. The next Sun
day tlic outrage was repeated, and I
understand It Is to be a regular thing.
I protest ugalnst such unnecessary
work on Sunday."
The Shell IT then rcfeis to tho re
poit of tho officer who made the dr
iest, In which it Is stated that he
found tho wagons coupled tugcthnr,
and that tho d livers admitted to him
that thoy were employed by tho road
depnitmeut. He finally calls atten
tion to a letter which he received
fiom Cathcart, which nas as follows:
"A ciiefiil Investigation shows
that tho persons rcfcired to in tho
leltei could not have been, by nny
possibility. County entptojes. Tho
Count) wagons, along the load, ale
novel ill hen with one chained to the
othei, but each wagon has Its diiver
und draught animals; no lumber was
being taken to the County camps; tho
men deny all knowledge of the mat
ter in tho letter stated."
Tho Sheriff btntes that Cithern t
acted without first learning tho facts
guthcred b tho police, and polnta
out that becnuso of the repent miido
by tlio in resting officer there ciin bo
no possibility of u inlstuko In tha
Identity of the men. lie dues not
deny the right of tho County Attor
ney to outer nolla proscqul's In cases
vvheiu It appeals that the facts do
not wm rant prosecution, but In this
case ho holds that tho fads did wai
imit sudi, und ho reels that tho po
lice luivo been placed In the position
of discriminating between County em
plo)es und other people who have
been punished for violating the Sun
Tho Hutchlns-lllerco caso was bo
gun this inoiiiliiB In Judgo Do Holt's
Surprise your eyes by hnvlne them
fitted with a pair of classes that tirs
EIGHT. You can ttct them at
A. N. SANFORD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDINO.
Good Suggestions Given
For Mark Twain
Secretary Wood has pi ep.u ed the
following icport which he will submit
ut thu meeting of tho Promotion Com
mlttee this ufteinoon:
Ily thu Ameilca Mnru wo leoelved
n copy of Thnckei'B Director of In
dia for IPOS, embracing tho whole of
liritlsh Indian and native States, with
complete and detailed Information, In
cluding maps of.tbo cities of Calcut
ta, Madras, llomb.i.v, Allahabad, La
hore, Simla nnd Rangoon.
Tho pursers of the different trans
pacific ktoumels keep in closu touch
with our woik. They are fully aweio
of thu Committee's desire to be of
sen Ice to Iheli passengers and mo
constantly sending people to u's for
Bpo.clal Information. Wo nlieady find
that our new quarters uro moio dlrecl
ly In the line of travel than thu old
location jitul beliovo that tho Hurcau
of Infoi mutton will ptovo of even
greater mm vice than formeilj.
Mr. H. Silverstone, agent ol the3 Pa
cific Mull Steanithlp Conip.ui.v ut
Hongkong, wi.tcs under i.ate of April
Pill, "Referring to )our lnittlij ns to
what tho outlook Is for travel west
ward, In the near future, havu to ml
rite that, fur ut least thu next two
months, all of our pasrenger accom
niodatloiis have been spoken for and
oirr ships me all going -homo fiom
Yokohama wllh eveiy berth occupied
and Phave no doubt that u number
will stop off nt Honolulu."
Rev. O. I). Edvvaids, formcrl) p tu
tor of the Christian chinch of this
city, but now residing nt Liberty, Mis-
fouiI, wiltcs under date of April
Kith, "Eudotcd find' two moro names
of prospective tourists to whom ploaso
send jour Ulustiated folders. M bus
iness takes me over this Statu a great
deul. The names I have t-ent joti bo
foro and thefo uic licoplo who tiavel
mid who have becomo gieatly Inter
ested In Hawaii, I find a gieat do
hire for Information about Hawaii mid
am continually being called upon to
give public nddicsi. on tho Islands.
I ist week I itddicsrcd u piomlucut
w onion's club."
Tho Sicretury nf tho San Diego
CUBA GETS RAIN
HAVANA, Culm, May C. The coming of the rains nssuies tho har
vesting of tlio season's sugar crop, although tho effect of the drought will
be a bliortenlng of tho reason's yield to far below the uverugc.
m i i ew
Boycott Dying Out
SHANGHAI, China, May C. The boycott Instituted here a bhort
time ago ugalnst Jupuuebo goods because of the resentment against Japan
occasioned by the Tatsu Maiu Incident Is (l)lng out.
LISBON, Portugal, May C. Manuel today took the oath of ulleglanco
to the Constitution or the Kingdom nf Portugal und was pioelalmed King
In succession to his rather, tho nssasilnnted King Curios.
ABOLISH OPIUM LICENSE
LONDON, Eng May C. The
House of Commons today passed u
lesolutlon tu nbollsh tho system of
grunting licenses for tho sale or
opium In thu lliltlsh colonies.
The Chinese Government, In Its ef
fort to abolish the use of opium
among its subjects, has icquested tho
(oopeiatlon of tlio British Govern
ment, tho diug being Impoited Into
China principally through tho lirit
lsh tieaty ports, It Is probable that
the ui.tlon of tha Hilttsh House ol
Commons Is In nccoidanco with tho
tcquebt or China. Tha main lliltls.lt
colonics, such ns Canada, India and
South Afiicn, mo outBldu of tho Juris
diction or the lliltlsh Fuillument In
AHMY BILL AGREED TO
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mny 0,
Tho Confercnio Committee hus ugiced
on the provisions of tho Aimy bill,
which cm lies an appropriation of
nlncty-flvo millions, and which pio
vidos for un intreabo In thu pay of
oiricois In tho in my or flvo bundled
pei )ear for over) guide, and an In
eieiiKu or thlity-five por cent. In the
pa) of enllbted men.
COMPROMISE CURRENCY BILL
WASHINGTON, D. C, Muy C.
Tlio Ilontiblican caucus todnv mi.
pointed n committee to drart an ac-l
teptublo currency bill,
rinmber of Coinmerrn write under
tin of April 1Mb, "The matter of mi
xciiihluu to tho Island Is now before
'air (oimiiltti-u for consideration. Out
i xctirslon committee has nuked thu
people of San Diego, through tho col
umn of thn local lire, lo notify tho
Idimmlttoo If thoy would lll.o to make
this nip, A number of names have
Mr Morgan Rims, manager of Hotel
lie! Coronado, writes under (Into of
' p P 1Mb, "Wo uru getting u number
(.r inquiries concerning Hawaii from
our gacslg this ve.tton, making mo feol
quite sure that next season will bu n
(('il breaking ouo for ou."
The following letter from Mmk
Tr.iln's niehllect Is of Inleioet "Your
- ter to Mr, Cleuious, of Maieli 13th,
dlovved him to Hermuiln nnd was
sent to me from theie, asking that t
communicate with )ou.
I This matter has Interested mu a
good deal, nnd, as joii may Imagine,
'we cio doing our beM to iniike Mr
demons' now homo something quite
by Itself. Ho ban ngked mu to send
J on our dinwlngi) for the billiard
loom maulolplioe nnd I enclose u
sketch at the scale of one Inch to u.i.
It occurs to mo, however, (hut thhj
Is an oppoitunlt) to do something
original mid chaiuctcrlstlc of Hawaii,
so I endure it Mcond sketch allowing
thu iKwalblllt) of using some freer
tieatment, like tho mantel shelf sup
ported b palm tiecs nnd carved sou
shells, with a panel for painting, carv
ing, oi inscilptlou. We might go even
further than this, und, if ou can find
some local deslgnei nuil wood carver
who can got tip something lenlly char
acteristic mill interesting, )ou might
use ua decorative motifs native llsh or
fruits, or shells, or trees, or tt map of
the islands, or Incoming or outgoing
steamers, or mi) thing of this sort that
.von like, or possibly the smf, boats of
which wu hear so much. It aceius, to
me un admirable oppoitunlty to do
something which many distinguished
people win see In Mi. Clemens' homu,
ns it will bu iu the billiard room wu
could bet nsldo the stu)cd character
Hint would bo necessary In n di:i'
ing-ioom and make this mantcl-plecu,
It necessary fantastic.
I tako the liberty of forwarding all
this matter merelj us n suggestion,
but )ou will Und on tho sketches the
exact size of the brick fliuplucc at
now- built mid anything that Ills thla
Tho woodwoik hi tho loom is n nut
blown mid If )ou like this eoloi on
the mantel-pTece. It Is perfectly pos
slblu. The wall hanging!; will bo
As )ou know, tho mantelpiece sets
In thu corner of the loom.
There Is no hurry for the finished
work, ns n idmplo mantel shelf now
occupies tills position, which we vvl(l
dlscnul on lucclving our work,"
Enclosed, herewith, find u copy ol
our.thlid edition of "Agriculttiro Iu
lluw'all," Just iccolvod from tho press.
The first edition, published Iu 1M3,
contained Hi pages, thu second edi
tion, published In 19011, contained 23
pages, thu picheiit edition containing
Hy tho first Htoamor to tho Ciust
we will bend copies of this pamphlet
to five bundled llbiuries mid lo tho
editors or borne two bundled agricul
tural Journals. ,
BISHOP OF WASHINQTON
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 0.
Tho Right Itoveicud Chuilcs Henry
Hrent, Hlshop of the Philippine Is'
unds of tho Piotcstuut Episcopalian
Chin (Ii, has been elected ns tho lllth
op of Washington.
Bishop Hi cut wus hoi n in New
castle, Ontuiio, In 1SU2, mid wus or
diilncd u deacon In 1S8G, Ho has
boivcd In Mirlous cccleslustle ofllccsv
In Buffalo and Dost on, being elected
us Hlshop of tha Philippines In lDOl.
Thcio he served us n member or the
Philippine Opium Commission. He
Is Hie author or scveinl chinch
CANTEEN IS DEFEATED
SAN FRANCISCO, Gill., Mny C,
Tha tegular Republican org.wintlon
claims to have elected the majority
of tho delegate to the State ((inven
tion, nllowlng tlio Llnroln-ltcosovolt
League 227 votes,
CANTEEN S DEFEATED
WASHINGTON, D. tt, May C.
Tho IIouso has lojected the measure
for the le-estiibllshlng of tho can
teen n t thu icgulur urui) posts for
the bale of beer and light wine.
DAMOUS In Honolulu, Mny 2, 1908,
to Mr. and Mis. Louis Duuious, u
twissssllsiilli'irt i1, t aiemll
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First (iiinitor of the maun May S.
Hawaiian staudm-it iitmi u in in
" minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian or 157
iegreus 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p. in., which la tlio same
tu Greenwich, o hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo Ibr the
Thursday, Mny 7..
Am bk H ('. Allen U'lm.r .: a..,-.
from Aberdeen, 8 n in
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Stllir Klnnii. Illmnrv. fm- U'iiiiiI
ports, 5 p in,
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O S. S Alameda, Dowdell, from San
Fiauclsco, 7 a, in.
P. M. S. S. Kllierl.n rrimi v,vl-,a,.i,,, ,
may anlvo a. m.
Himr Clnudlno, Uciinett, Iiom ll.t
wall ami Maul ports, fi a. in.
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wall ami Maul poits, mon
PASSENGERS BOOKED K
l'cr stmr Kluau, Hiegory, Tor Kauai
ports, 5 p. in. II. C.itton and wile, II.
M OIKel, J. E. HriliiB, C A. Rice. C.
W llnldwln. ("h.iu tiiiii.il . Mm n a
Rico, Mis. Scott, It. A Cooko ami
nne, .virs. ivilllilaun, .Mrs. II. P. S.I.VO
Mrs. C F. Chllllngwoilh, Jlrs. Noiin
an, Mrs. Robliisou, Mrs C. II. Jen-
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(Continued from. Pace 1
nor ii Nolaiy Public to Identify his
words Now that the kind of it nmii
wo wunt to havo a voice- in tho coming
election. Wo want n man to nuiko
uvvii) witbthesoiillly. lav,b-rninklng
pcuplo who wants to get up sonictlilnt:
to while away thu hours such as mov
ing Pictiuos or boilnir m- nthm- llni
get-npa to pay a llcenso or j.'i every
nine nicy piuy. vvny not piy ?lo
lier year or $25 per )ear und glvo
those peoplo n clinncn to maku enougli
to pay exiiensea to keep thu thing
ngnlng bo 'thu public havo some place
to 'pass their tlmo itwuy Instead of
stnjing home. Albn to i.tisu the sal
ary or tho band master nnd boys.
Without tho Hand thu country will lm
dead. So I hope we will hnvo a miiu
thnt will bo an honor to his countiy
mid bo a Jewel to Ihoso who will vole
for them. So f.db tho Pilncoss.
Sho will fight hard uguliiBt thoso
candidates who rooled her last time
nnd spoiled tho good namo ol tho Re
publican Party or which she will give
It to thesu rellows nt tho next cam
paign. Shu will bo No. 2 Wilcox for
sho loves Politics and wants prospei
lty for tlio futuio weliaru or thu coun
tiy and peoplo.
(Continued from Page 1)
of 90 degreo sugar thnt nffects tho
basis of Huvvallan' sugars ut 4.3C.
San Doililugos nflont in New York
harbor. American Sugar Refining Co.
was the liuier. Decline caused by
piesent Biipplles exceeding requlio
meuts. Heets quoted nt lis. 7 l-2d.
Dull, Three months hence quoted at
un udvnnco of 1 l-2d."
On tho locnl Btosk Exchnngo sumr
Fcctnltles, as well ns others, continue
to bo very firm with a tendency to
rise. A numbei of sales were record
ed today. Among tlio other Indtts
tilal becmltles thoso or the Hawaiian
Pineapple Company mo rising stead
ily. Two blocks of n hundred und of
fifty Bliaios lespectlvely wero bold
yesteiduy ut S22,2fi, u ilho nbovo tha
roimor price, and ouleis havo boon
lecolved today by tho biokoiB to buv
at ?21,7fi, Tho Jlrovoiy Is giadually
inllylns fi oin tho scnio wh'l. h sent
It down to ?1S, four Bales or IB, Hi,
SO nnd f, olinrta (espcetlvel) boing ic
eoided today at 21 5u.
TJIr: HARK GFORGE CFftTIS
moved over to tho Matbon whBrf lo
day, vvjieio site Is dischuigliig hay
prepiratoiy to taking on kii','ui for thtv
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, lowing-boat, or yacht whioh you
have in mind. We'll havtfdt ready
in no time, and the price fill be so
low that yon will wonder how we can
do it. We've dnni it Tin-m.,..
we KNOW. ' '
Charles D. Walker,
Boat, and Machine Works,
. King near AlapaJ,