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EVENING nUIXBTlN, HONOLULU, T, II.. Fill DAY, MAY 8, 1008.
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m t ii a!v5i3?v LOCAL AND
I REASONS &!
I; WEEKLY GALfckDAR v,, ,WH tr7 ;
f MONDAY SB"
I. Haval.an-statcd. Some rankers throw the in-fl
k TUBWlJA , 1 gradients of candy together as
Pacific First Degree.
Hote Croix Regular, 7:30.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2 Reg
ular. All vlaltlng members of (be
order nrt eordtally Invited to
attend meltings of local lodges
SAEMOIY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets evary Itonilay evening at
7:l iu 1. O O. V. Hall. Fort Street.
K. It. HBNDRY, Secretary.
BUN. V. V1CUHKS, N. O.
All lsltlu3 brothers very cordially
4 MYSTIC LODGE. 110. 2, K. OF F.
i licet'? every 2d and ItU Tuesday
2of each month at 7.30 p m. at K. 1'.
jllall. corner Fort and Deretanla Stf.
'.Visiting Brothers rordlnlly welcome.
l XV. L. LYLE, C. C.
F. WALDHON, K. of It. &. S.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Sleet every first and third 1 rl
day evening nt T:30 In K. of 1'. Hall,
(orncr Fort and Berctnnla. Visiting
brothers cordial!) invited to attend.
A. G. DEERINO. C.C.,
.IAS. XV. WHITE, K U.S.
eOKOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
rtwPnulMlul.'xke No CIS, B. P. O.
I will nmel In thulr hall on Xing
m- hati'RDav II I 5UH"r pure extracts ana iner
l,( Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2 Ren- IIUL Best cnocoiatc. m
fotenr Fort . vt every Friday even
By order or the K R.
HENRY C. EASTON,
Wit. H. HclNEUNT, B. K.
' W m. M'KIiaEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Uaturday evening at
7:30 o'elock la K. of P. Hall, cor
Pert and Deretanla. Visiting broth
ers rarrilnlly luvlted to attend.
VT. I.. FIIAZKS, C.C.,
E. A. JACOBSON, IC.R.3.
KOH0LVLU AERE 140, F. 0. E.
i ileelN ot tlia toil in1 1th WKll
fsfESDAY erenluw of s-u month at
,'7::9 o'elock in IT. of P. Hall, corner
f BwretaaU and oit streeU.
TMttne Hagles are invited to at
tend. XV. L. ITKAZEH, W., PrCSt,
i H. T. MOOUH, Seoy.
pEAWAHAH TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. II.
Vests every Cnt and third Thure
cw: ot each month at Knights ot
Fythran Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Mly lnvlUd (o attend.
J. W. A8CH, Sachora.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot It.
Spring Flosrers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hat Are Arrived.
Win frames made by order,
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowcr3, Curios.
f ', HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is maWacr the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
L U N 0 H Z S and DRINKS
Tha most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
,TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
vhy vii ''.iDld try Allcgrct-
ti i .' u.i Chocolates. Not
tin ic?.3t important is theirj
Some rankers throw the in-
gradients of candy together as
if they were tossincr hay.
Thero's a method in the man-)
J ufocturo of Allcgrctti's that is,?
different- it will hear thcW
S.ii.i.V tv ,l M
limelight of publicity. When!
you ear mese creams you nre ,
eating a preparation of caneJ
sugar, pure extracts and the
45 eta. and 85 cts. a bos.
iBenson, Smith &
HOTEL and FORT STS.
RUN DOWN t
it will build you up
UHBERS DRUB CO.,
FOE. FORT AND KING SIS.
jiCBNTS F O R
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-AEROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
VTe have pink pearls and some of
the finest cf the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, w buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
5c - Cigar - 5o
M. A. Gunst Sc Co.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket
DRY GOODS AND FURNI8HINQ
GOODS of EVERY DE-
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in FurnituM Mattresses,
Etc, Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
EXCKLLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jons by the
v Ith thqlr new FRENCH dry cleaning
58 Ccretanla' St. Phono 149 1.
Ring up 2-5-G and nsk forn B u 1
letin Vacation Booklet, which
ttlb you all about the best outing'
plan ever oifercd.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
Panama lints cleaned ut the Globe.
Sec tho new Minn nt tlio Orphciim
The Fleet It comma. Let ut clean
up tha City.
Illng tip Scotty's when you want a
good auto ride. Phone 107.
Urn. KearnV fresh mango chutney
P0 at "" M? " "c per Jar.
""" wl" " a rciu-nisoi ui mo
Sjiuphonv Orchestra this evening,
-ruti-am llnm Plll9 raak8 rich
blood: Cue. a package. Try them.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Sic-
Leod, for tho plcasnntost auto ilde..
GET SATURDAY BULLETIN
LEAGUE BASEBALL EXTRA.
Do not fall to hear I lie Chilean baud
nt tho danco at tho Seaside tills 'cmmi-
The Seaxldo cottages are delightful
In tho summer time. Engage a cot
tage now for tho soasou.
Attend tho gicat hosiery sale nt
Mom's, commencing Monday morning
May 11. New goods, flreat savings.
The baseball teams an- Just begin
nlng to piny. You should get ac
quainted with, tho players by seeing
their pictures nt Tho Fashion.
Rooming houses will need extra
sheets and towels when the licet nr-
rlu-H. Whitney & Mai sh will hao a
sale of these on Mondnj next.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic
Yo.i will ho surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. CalifomlH
Feed Co., ngonts.
The White Family Rotary (leek and
chain stitch) is the best soiling ma
chine In the world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266, Fort street. Phooa 488.
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.
Pri'hldent Roosovolt ilrelarcM a pub
He hnlldny In Oakland and San Fran-
elsen by Foderul proclamation tho day
the Fleet entered San Francisco har
Fresh, rlpo cherries, nttlchokes, as
paragus, peas, caullHoner, rhubarb,
celery, celery root, horse-radish root.
turnips, parsnips, etc. Henry May &
Co., Ltd. Phone 22.
You can make indifferent bread
tnsto better, and good bread delicious
by adding a little Heinz Apple Uutter.
Ask your grocei lor It. 11. Hackfeld
& Co.. Ltd., distributors.
All baggage that -we handlo to and
from steamers s under tho personal
btipurvlslon ,of nn oxporlenced bag'
gago man., our storage iucllltlcs are
unequalled. Union-Pacific Transfer
Co., Phono tS.
Tho annual meeting of the Y. M. C,
A. Is to be held on next Monday even
ing, May 11th. New directors will be
elected, and tho' constitution gone
ocr In a way which may amount to a
lecastlng of the whole.
In the adieilNcmont of A. Mom this
inoi nlng tho word "ho.dery" was in.
adveitentl) spelled "closing." lllom'q
sate Is not ? 'closing" sale but tho
bie-tist "hosleij cile cor In Id In
this city licunimeuceu Mondn morn
ing. Thi' Gleaners' parlor concert will be
glvt.n at the homo of Then. ItlclianU,
Saturday, ut 4 o clock, lollowlng U
tho program: Piano solo, Mr. I.uwts;
vocal solo, Mrs. 1.. Tcnney Peck; 'Ka
walahao Quartet; recitation, Mrs.
Huniphris; piano solo, Mrs. Wester
volt; violin quartet; vocal solo, Mrs.
Just one week from tonight, tho
dainty cantata, "Tho Itoso Maldun"
will bo presented In tho Opera IIouso.
Tho largo chorus Is already In first
class shape, under tho able direction
ot Stanley Livingston, and may be
expected to surprlso tho good people
of Honolulu by an ozhlbltlou of fin
ished chorUB work.
Tho annual meeting of tho Y. M. C.
A. will bo liold next Monday evening
at 7.30. In ndditlon to heating brief
reports from officers and commltteoa,
an important constitutional lovlslon
Is to bo voted upon. If tho new con
stitution Is adopted tho board of di
rectors will bo lilcreased tu fifteen
members. A good program has been
m ranged which includes singing and
Superintendent of Public Works
Muiston Campbell has had drawings
mado for tho transformation of tho
Alakea street fiBhmarJ;et along a de
sign of his own. Tho stage will bo nt
the uiaukn side of tho building, nnd
behind this will bo a scries of panels.
Scats win be arranged to ticcom
modulo a thousand people, though thu
capacity may bo Increased. Marston
Campbell will submit his plan and
draw tugs of tho committee.
-Mrs. William Irwin and her daugh
ter. Miss Heleno, hailed from Now
York on April 22 on tho Hamburg
American liner Kulscrln Augusta Vic
toria. They will vlBlt several ot tho
largo German cities befote going to
Paris. On thu snnio vessel wcro Mrs.
John Klrkp.itrlck and her daughter,
Miss Suzanne, who tntcud to spend
only tho summer months abroad nnd
will return to tho city In tlmo for Miss
Suzanne's dohut In November. Call.
To raise money for their charitable
work tho Gleaners uro to havo u re
union and gals Saturday afternoon, on
tho beautiful grounds of Mr. Theodoio
Rlrhurds. (Cars stop at corner of I..
nalllo and Kaplolnul). A reunion of
the past nnd present members of tho
Society will be an interesting feature
of tho artoruoon. The parlor concert
at 4 o'clock will bo a tioat to all lovers
of good music. The dollcntessen, lco
cream, lemonade and candy tables
will furnish good eating. Kvcr) tiling
home-made. Thero will bo gamo. for
tho children nnd Mrs. Alapal will sing
children's bongs. Tho band will play
from 2 30 until 4 p. m. Kntrancu to
tho grounds freo,
Navy transport Buffalo sails for
Panama tu get 700 bluejackets for tho
HABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, May S.
POUT SAN I.UIS Arrived May 7.
Am. S. S. Lansing, heuco via Klhei.
SAN DIEGO Balled May 7.
S S. Virginian, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 8:
U. S. A. T. Crook, hence April 30.
a WATERFRONT NOTES
THE GERMAN bark Hollywood,
Captain Schnillz, 1477 tone, which left
Peru March ICth. nrrlvid here yester
day afternoon, bringing fertilizer. Bho
Is from Jiinln ports, carrying the fam
ous Peruvian nitrates. Sho Is anch
ored In tho stream todnj
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer No
oan, Captain Mitchell, came Into port
enily UiIb morning, bringing 4200 bags
of sugar, 30 heud of cattle, 3 head
calves, nnd 3 packages ot sundries.
She had one deck passenger, a Jni
ancFv, from Nnpoopoo.
THF. STEAMER HEI.ENE, Captalh
Nelson, nrrlvod nt G:5.r n. m. todaj,
deeply laden with 11.S30 bags of sug
ar, 75 head of cattle, 1 basket, 14
empty carboys, 01 bales empty bags,
and St bags coffee.
THE KE AU HOU, Captain Peters,
brought 2433 bags sugar, i'O bigs rice,
3 bags potatoes, 1 empty gasoline tank
and 10 packages sundries Into port nt
B:f.5 o'clock this morning.
HIPS FOR COALING the trdns
poits, opened yesterday nt the olileo o(
the Depot Quartermaster, showed thnt
McCnble, Hamilton & Kenny will prob
ably have tho contract.
DEPUTY COLLECTOR of Customs
Charles Haven liroko two bones in
his forearm yesterday, by tripping and
falling on the stairs of the Inspector's
THE MIKAHALA, Cnptnln Tullett,
docked at 8:30 this mm nlng, bringing
4500 bags of nugir from Makaweil
and way ports, and one deck passen
THE A.-H. S. S. DESPATCH ar
rived In port tills morning, from Is
land ports, bringing her usual load of
about 11,3(10 bags of sugar.
A CABLE WAS received yesterday
to the 'effect Hint the A.-H. S. S. Ne
vndi'n will nof leave the Sound for
this port until thu -271h. ,
-rVll A Vfl.Mlt" a vr- liintr rv.nl....
Suey left ye8tordny,'nTlernoon f .- Eli-
UIV, ,ll 1W.IU BUKUI iUI IJl-lUt.UlU nivdn1
THE SHIP JOHN ENA 'cleirod for
Dcla'.varo Uruk water this afternoon
Sho 1b deeply laden with uisar, '
THE STK'EU Clamlluo leaves
this llIU'TY.C nil ,ll .") O'clock foi HltWUll
and Maul poitu
THE MAUNA LOA sailed for Ha
vvall and Maul pints at noon to lay.
THE A.-H. S. S. Texan Is djio next
SIBERIA FROM ORIENT
The P. M. S. S. Siberia. Captain
Zeedcr, docked about 9.15 o'clock this
morning, 10 riajs out of Yokohama for
San FrnncUco. Sho leaves again this
afternoon ut S o'clock, carrying mail
for tho Coast. She brought In 3D bags
of Oriental mall, and 1000 tona gen
eral cargo for this port. Tho boat had
a largo lot of passengers, 170 being In
tho first cabin, nnd 330 In tho steer
ago. One bundled and' thirty-nine
Japanese and throe Chinese lauded In
Tho Slbcila brings news that her
chief stewnrd, J, II. D. Johnson, one
of tho moat popular officers In tho
Pacific, was left nt Hongkong, In a
hospital, very 111. Later, at Yokoha
ma, u cable was received .stating that
typhoid i neumonlj was setting In, and
that his recovery was exceedingly
doubtful. The news wns the subject
of a good deal of regrot In this city
tills morning, as Johnson Is known
here, and well liked.
Among tho prominent pnsECUgeru
aboard tire: John A. Hrltton, man
ager of tho San Francisco Gus nnd
Electric Co.; Lt.-Col, C. C. Anderson,
U. S. A.; I.t. L. A. Cotton, U. S. A.,
Lt.-Conuli'. J R. Rowan, V. S. N., and
lllshop C. M. Williams.
ALAMEDA HAS BIG MAIL
Tho O. S. S. Alameda docked ut
7:30 o'clock this morning, brluglug
down a heavy (null from tho Coast, of
339 bags. Sho had n small list ot pas
sengers In tho cublii, and 1440 tons
general freight In her hold.
Tho Alnmedu had nn unoventful run
down from tho Const, making tho dis
tance from San Francisco In 5 days.,
17 hours and G5 minutes. Sho hud In
all nineteen persona In tho first cabin
and sixty-llvo in the Bteorage.
On May llh, at 2 p. m., sho passed
an oil steamer, headed southwest, In
A Most ExoallMt AmrfmMt of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST, PHONE 525.
Surprise your eyes by having them
fitted with a pair of glasses that are
RIGHT. You can get them at
A. N. SANFOHO,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
latitude 32.3G north, longlturi 1 :C2
west. On tho following il .y, t!1
smolto of soma stoaiuer was u,nied
but the cr.tft could nut bo mmlo mi! ,
nsh sho vvaB hull down, and did n.i
comu nny nearer ',
Tho weather was good through th
Piomlneut nmoiig tl" ps'icnuer-.
nbonid wns John D. ''olio,. ,h i
comes hero to studv cjiuIUIjuh In
connection with workt -g up thu luiml
grnllon side of Hnw. -.n promotion.
Ho has had n largo oxperlenco with
the Kurtipeaii Immigrant, and will try
to turn travel from Kills Island and
thu other stntlons this way.
Among tho Honolulu people aboard
vvciu George Chalmers and M. F. Pros
ror. Tho list of passengers is the small
est which this ship has bro.ight for
Though tho Inward passago of tho
popular ship, the Alameda, was free
finm Incident, the passago from her
to Sat) Francisco the last tlmo was re
plete with happenings. The most In
teresting of all was the birth of a
child In the steerage. Tho passengers
In tho first cabin took up a collection
to buy clothes for tho little newcom
er, and n great deal of Interest was
taken by over) one aboard.
Tho child, a boy, was born to tho
wlfo of Antonio Terwey, on April 23,
Ho was named Alameda Tervvny, In
commemoration of thu place of hlj
birth Natuiully, thu whole of the
ehlp'n company adopted the child, and
It was a great object of Interest and
attention through tho remalniler ot
Another Incident, which wns of less
pleasant iinlure, occurred, when J. II.
Parker, a lumberman of Seattle, full
on tho deck and broke his kneo cap.
He wns taken to a hospital In Sail
VIDA AND ACHI.
Charlie Achl Is perspiring. Ho sn!
that ho has bjen nbandonod by Henry
Vldn, who has become n full-Hedged
Democrat. He nleo eays that Vlda
has tikon nil tho Labor party becrete
Tho Woman's Auxiliary nnd Guild
of St. Andrew's Cathedral will hold
their lingerie sale and tea on Satur
day afternoon nuxt. May ICth, at tho
residence of Mrs. E. .D. Tenney, Pen
M. F. Protser, who represented the
Territory boforo the Supremo Court
of tho United States, returned this
morning on tho Alamedn.
For an ti mo ilde ring up 191 nnd
order Geo. Well's new ieven-soatod
Two lamps for Honolulu harbor have
been i.hlpped fiom tho Coust.
"Alleo sit by the lire. Hawaiian Op
era House. Saturday Juno C.
Alexandor Stolpln, tho well-known
publicist and In other of tho Russian
premier, has been sentenced to one
week's linpilbonment nt St. Peters
burg and to pay n lino of SuO for li
beling Paul Iliilntzel, the noted re
JVJJJC- BULLETIN ADS. PAY "IRS
MASSACHUSETTS FOR BRYAN
BOSTON, Jlnss., May 7. Tho Blassachusotts delegation to the Den
ver Convention has been Instructed for Bryan.
LONDON, England, May 7, Premier Asqulrtli, In submitting tho
budget estimates for tho session in tho llouro of Commons today, com
mented on the fact that during tho past three years two hundred and
fifty million dollars of the public debt had been dlschnigcd.
In the figures submitted to meot tho charges ngalnst the Govern
ment to be brought about through tho adoption of tho Government's pol
icy of Instituting nn old-ngo pension pajment, tho Premier placed tho
cost to the country at thirty million dollars u ear, estimating that five
hundred thousand penslonois would come within the terni3 ot the net.
FRANZ JOSEPH SIXTY YEARS EMPEROR
VIENNA, Austria, Slay 7. Kaiser William nnd tho Pilncea of the
German Emplro will visit Emporor Franz Josef to nttend the celebration
of the sixtieth anniversary ot his accession to the throne ot Austria,
Francis Joseph I wns pmcltilmed Emperor of Austria after the abdi
cation of his unclo, Fciinand I, on December 2, 1848. Ho vvus crowned
King of Hungary on June 8, 1867.
M'KEE DIVORCE CASE
PARIS, France, Slay 7. Tho rcN
oreo before whom tho SIcKco dlvorro
case was tried has decided In favor
or granting a divorce to Mrs. McKee,
although deciding thnt both parties
wcro blamable according to tho evi
dence. Sirs. SIrKee was Sirs. Tevls, whose
husband died during their wedding
tour in Jnpaii. The details ot tho
illvotcc wcro sensational and ex
Russian authorities havo decided
to prosecute fnlloweis of Father John
of Kranst.idt, who are charged with
many crimes committed In tho name
Sirs. Olga Ilergermnn or Hlbblns.
Sllnii., has been nwarded a verdict o(
T4.7IO ror a kiss stnlen by her land-loid.
I t 1 5
Sheriff tnuken this morning re-
eclved ti letter from Commander 4
t A. W. Gram. L'. S. N., who Is f
1- now on bo.ird tho tlngslilli Con- --
neeileut n Admiral Evans' chief
f of staff. He writes that unless
f tho Itinerary Is changed tho fleet t
i will nnive at Houolulii about
Commander Grnnt Is an old -f
perionnl friend of Sheriff IauKea,
i who has known hint over since ho -f
4 wt's a midshipman and who has
4 iciiewod tho acqualiitunco sever-
4 ..I times when tho commander
..atsed thioiigh here. -t-
r iH tHHt
Alknkn. a Hawaiian nbnut CS years
of ago who was employed ns watch
man m tho schooner Rob Roy, wns
found dead' In the harbor this morn
ing. Tho body was Been by C. Ak.'uu
floating near thu steamer Claudlne.
Coroner Jarrctt was notified. Ho Is
now Investigating the case.
A Hawaiian, named Daniel Paeahoo,
this forenoon reported to tho police
that ho had scon (he deceased last
night nt about 11 o'clock. Ho was at
the tlmo eating pot and beef, nt (ho
same tlmo helping himself to liberal
drinks of wine. Tho bottle was halt
emptied nt that hour, nnd Alkaka was
visibly under tho effect of liquor.
Under the circumstances It Is believed
that he tumbled overboard while In u
(Continued from Paae 1)
Is, however, only u temporary one,
and ho will resign ns soon ns 1 de
cide on vvho.to appoint permanently.
The fuels of the matter uro thnt Rob
inson wants to get away In order to
go to the convention. He gave mo a
week's notice when ho resigned, and
that time has now elapsed. Someone
has to bo In iliurgo of thu offlcu and
thereforo I sent Roso. I want soiuo
tlmo In which to look Into The merits
of tho various candidates for tho of
fice, but 1 will probably make my de
tijlon within n week's tlmo or so."
Committees fiom tho Walalae. Ral
mukl, and P.ilolo Improvement CluliS
Jhls morning submitted u mapped p'.ah
for u change In the boundaries of Pre
cincts 1 nnd 2, In tho Fourth District
The reception nnd ball tonight ot
the Lusltaua hall for thu otllcers of
the Brazilian cruiser. Is given by (ho
Portuguese residents of Honolulu, and
not by tho Consul for Portugal,
Messrs. Iligglns au.l Marsh this
morning called on Iho Governor and
cxpicssed their appro. u! ot his pro
posed homestead land plan. They aro
interested In the lleela lands.
Merle 31. Johnson of II. F. Wlchman
& Co., who was operated on yesterday
nt the Queen's Hospital, for nppcudl
cltls. Id progressing rapidly on (ho
way to his normal condition.
Tho bark Holywood, which arrived
yrstpntit) from Pern, Is being held
iu tho harbor until sho enn 'be fumi
gated for rats. Sho will thou bo re
leased, and allowed to dock.
Editor Shoba had u long costereuco
with tho Acting Governor this morn
ing with regaid to tho ai nitration
treaty between Japan nnd the baited
Tho Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3, O, E.
S., will hold their paper danco Tues
day evening, 31ny 12, at the K. of 1.
i . i i m ai.'-iijm.-m m
PEKINO, China. Stay 7. Hayashl,
the Japanese leprcseututivo ut thu
Clilncto Imperial Court, Iiiib entered
u piotest against tho continuance of
tho Chlncso boycott ngalnst Japan,
which was started ns tin act of re
pilsal for Japan's Interference Iu the
Tntsti 3laru seizure.
GREAT LIVERPOOL DOCKS
LIVERPOOL, Eng., Slay
wns begun today on the enlargement
of the docking facilities at this port,
tho plan adopted involving tho ex
penditure or slstcon million dollars.
KENTUCKY FOR TAFT
LOUISVILLE, Ky May 7, At tho
State Republican Convention nn In
structed delegation for Taft was
K ARRIVED a
Thuisday, May 7.
(ler bk. Holywood, Smith, 51 days
from Junlii, Ii p. In. ,
Friday, May S.
P. 31. S. S. Siberia, Zoder, from Yo
kohama, en i onto to San Francisco,
9:li; u. in.
O. H. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from
San Franclfco, 7:30 n.m.
A.-H. S. S. Despatch, from Island
ports, 9 a, m
Stmr. Nncmt, Mitchell, from Napoo
))oo and way ports. 5 n. in.
Stmr. Mlknlmla, Tullett, from Maui
ports, 8:30 a. in.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, Peters, K:Su n. tu.
Stmr. Heleno, Nelson, ''.'" n. in.
Thursday, May 7.
Klnait, Giegory, for Knual,
Stmr. Nlihau, Oness, for Kauai, 5
Schrd. Ka Mol, Hlpa, for Katlun and
W., p o, 2 p. m.
Am. bk. Fooling Suey, Ilnnfleld, for
Eleelc, 4:30 p. 111.
Friday, Mny S.
Stmr. Mnima Lon, Slmcrsoii, for Haw-nil
nnd Maul ports, 12 m.
Am. sp. John Kna, for Delaware
Breakwater, 1 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for Ha
wall nnd Maul, C p. m.
X. Id M K K R K .4 IS US M 11 ii K X
K TiTrp. Tminnunw n
K M K W W X rt X M 30 X it X X M
Brazilian training ship Benjamin
Constant, Perelrn, for Yokohama, 11.111
Chilean trnlnlnc hIiIm Gi.iu.ml n-.
quednuo, Fontaine, for Yokohama, n.m
M PASSENGERS AUHTVPn X
Per P. 31. S. S. Siberia, from tho
Orient, 3Iny 8. For Honolulu: 31lsi
N. Barraclough, Stanley Fletcher, Ar
thur Noblo ami wife, Mies Llllluu
Sparks, 3Irs. II. C. Turner. U. Yama
dn. For San Francisco: Rev. A. D.
Per O. S. 8. Alameda, from Sail
Frnncli-co, .May 8. Gtorga Chalmers,
3Irs. IC. W. Cooper, .Miss Cooper. 3llss
Emma Fish, 3Ilss .Mary Fisher, T. V.
Galligan, R. G. Henderson, Miss Violet
Hewitt,' Allan McKlnnoii, J, 31. 31c
Wlnnon, W. B. Slather. Mrs. Mather,
M. F. ProsBor, F. O. Shepherd. S. ti.
Toplltz, Harry Tumor, John D. Tre
nor, II. S, Williamson, S. C. Jones.
' PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Siberia, Zeedcr, for San
Francisco, 3Iny 8, & p. in. F. K. How
urd.'Col. Sam Pnrker. wife, pud child,
Alfred Knlncr nnd wife, Aubrey RoIh
Inson. E. S. Aldrlch and wire, Sirs. T.
P. l'rcar and daughter, C. L. La lino
and wife, Jtrs. H. 31. La Hue, 31 w.
II. 31. La Rue, Jr., Mrs. J. E. La Rue,
C. L Philips. 3Ilu6 31. Phlpps. 3Iaster
K. Phlppn, Sirs. K. J. Weldon, W. 1).
Honeymnn itud wire, J. Dougherty, E.
K Bull, II. Brown. Col. John Hakitr,
Prince D. Knwanaua'.:o.i, C S. Dcsky,
A. Waterhnuse. Sirs. N, S, Sachs, It.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED X
Per Btmr. SInuna I.oa, Sliuorson, for
Maul, Kona mid Kan ports, noon.
Sirs. Geo. Glbbs, SIlss E. Glbbs, 31.
Kownhnru, Sllss A. K. Wilson, II. De
frles nnd 2 children, Sllss W. K. Luth
er nnd servant, F. F. Fyler, E. E. Co
mint, J, S. Slcmloiica, Sllss J, Pelei
mnn nnd nurse, Sllss Nclllo Conant, J.
G. Smith John P, Staff. T. R. Robin
win, II. FockbJT. O'Brien, It, Gorman.
Per stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for
Hllo und way ports, C p. in. Sirs. Janu
311st, S. R. Dowdlo, V. Stnrblrd, F. J.
Church, Slary Slartier, Sllss En.i
Scholtz, Sllss-A. Kahakanlla.
H0LUAL0A SCHOOL SITE
v The litigation over tho famous Ho
lunloa school site Is nearlng nn end,
accbidlng to St. F. Scott. Sir. Scott
rtatcd that boforo ho loft Kona.
where the ence Is on trial. Attorney
Ashford, representing the plnlntEti,
stipulated for a directed verdict so
fur as tho Scotts nnd 'tho Department
of Public Instruction are concerned,
conceding everything claimed, The
case Is now being fought out against
SIis, Atcherloy, trustee, who Is ono
of the defendants. This has been ono
Hi tho centers of excitement nuil
lawsuits In tho Konas for noma
ALASKAN IN TODAY.
Tho big A.-H. S. 0. Alaskan, from
thu Coast with fi eight, wns roporto 1
on Diamond Head at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon, coming Into this poit. sho
vvus expecled early In tho morning.
Tho big boa! may also bilng n fnw
J. McKluiion, formerly receiving
clurk of tho Police Department, ar
lived todav on (ho steamship Ala
inoil'i. v.hith cuiiij In eaily this mom-lug,
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht whioh you
have in mind. We'll hnveit ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done It, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat, and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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