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V. if - irfihd LOCAL AND fiFNERAL i ... ' . Surorise Uflll MhAMT CAME Ei!
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nirnnir a kmi.ii 3rf t . ..r . N- MIDHfiN P HI !W L ULrVIl OUHIL Jrfif,! r
p.icinc rirst Degree.
Rofe Croix Reuular, 7:30.
Oceanlc Second Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 2 Reg
ular. All visiting membors of h
order are cordially Invlteil to
ntteud meltings of local lodgns
HARMONY LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. 1'.
Meets every Monday evening at
J:o in I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Stieet
1J. H. HENDRY, Secretary.
I1KN. V. V1CKBH3, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
HYSTIC LODGE, NO, 2, K. OF P.
Meet every 2d nml 111" Tiic.sdii
of each month at 7:30 p in i K. 1".
Hall, coiner Fort and Hent.inla Sts.
Vit-ltlng Brothers rordl 1 1 wolcoui".
W. L. LYI,E. (' C
V. WALDRON, K nf H. & S.
0AHU L0DQE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third 1'rl
das evening ut 7:30 In K of 1'. Hall.
corner Kurt nnd Ilerctanla. Visiting
brothers uirdlally invited to ntteud
A. Q. DEERING, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.ll.3.
J0H0LULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, U. I". O.
i will meet in tholr hall on Kins
ar Fort it 'net oveiy Friday ocn
By order ol the K It.
HKNRY O. KASTON,
WM. 11. McINEHNY, E. 11.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Uaturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of T. Hall, cor
Fort and Hcretanln. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend,
W. I.. FRAZEH, C.C.,
B. A. JACOUSON, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MU on tl. 2nd and ItU WKl-u.-vK3DAY
evenings of each moath at
x 7:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
t, Beret&nla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. L. KRA7.EE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ery Strut nnd third Thurti-tej-s
of eaoli month at Knights nf
Pythian Hall. Vlnltlng brothers cor
elally Invited 'o attend.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of 11.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and .Hats Are Arrived.
Wire franus made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Lcis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
m maMnrr the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver nt your door.
CALL UP 107.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
Th most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel M. near Fort.
Jack Scully Jek Roherts.
"the Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. P. MoTIQHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST,
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Prlntlna at tlip Bulletin,
Here's a Good One
Something the doc
tor will endorse if ho
is not prejudiced,
Scientifically pure. A
tonic and always re
freshing m summer.
23 cent3 a quart.
$2 50 the dozen.
iBenson, Smith &i
) to., Ltd.,
k HOTEL and FORT STS. K
It will build you up
..HAMBERS DRUG GO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and. CAMERA
TOURINQ CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We hare 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.
J. f ARLO,
1018 NUUANU near KING.
5o - Cigar - 5o
Ifl. A. Gunst fc Co.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S .Boston Bldg,
Cigar for Particular People,
HAYSEIDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY" GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc, Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WOnK
done by the
v Ith their new FRENCH dry cleinlng
258 BoreUnla St.- tlionn 1.'.
VI Kfntr lin Q.fi.d And flV fnr n TI11 1 . I 111 llfllllUI 111111 m.AlDlll IT 'S 5 5 Z, .. i. -4 X5
Bine ud 2-5-0 and ask for a B u 1
letin Vacation Booklet, which
tens you all about the best outing
plan ever offered.
Anto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Panama hats cleaned at the Globo.
The Fleet It coming. Let us clean
up the City,
ning up Scotty's when you want a
good auto rldo, Phono 107.
Mrs. Konrns' fresh mango clmlncy
now nt nil grocers for 25c per j.ir.
Putnam Health Pills muko rich
blood; 60c. a packago. Try them.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Mc
t.cod, for tho plensantcst nuto ride.
Tim Sensldu cottages are delightful
In tho summer time. Engage a cot,
tage now fur tho season.
Salo of sheets nnd towels nt Whit
ney & Miii'sh's begins Monday morn
ing Depute Attorney General Whitney
returned Oils morning on tho Mnunn
Don't forgot when jou want nn auto
hark at legular hack prlcus, ilng up
301 nnd iifk for Frank I.IIIIs.
In the caw of T. Kill vs. Augusta
Hell, the defendant has Mod n notldo
of nppenl from the Illstrlct Court.
The defendant In tho caso of 1'. M.
King vs. J T. Scully has nppenled
from tho District Caurt.
J. II. noyd and Helen Boyd havo
filed nn objection against tho regis
tration of certain lands by J. U. Cas
tle. Two bonds In tho sums of $100 and
$250 we ro tiled this morning In the
case of tho Totrltory vs Wong Chan
morning commissioned Dr. A. .1, Dei
bv as ii member of tho Hoard of Dent
al Examiners to taku thu placo of Dr.
In order to protect your house from
warmth or coldness, from rain or too
much sun, ou should use Rex Flint
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic'
You '.rill to surprised at tta cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
The baseball teams nro Just begin
ning to pluy. You should get ac
quainted with the plajcrs by seeing
their pictures at Tho Fashion.
(let ii dozen bottles of Sassafras
Sour nt llenson, Smith ft Co., and ho
refreshed over Sunday. Thoro Is noth
ing so good for tho money.
Commencing Monday morning, Rlniu
will offer tho finest ladles' lioa'cry r.
lowest in Ices. All of tho host iullly
nnd make, ami every kind.
Tho White Family Rotary (lock and
chnln stitch) Is the beat sewing ma
chine in tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266, Fort street. Phone 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.
Always take tho best when you
have n choice. In tho matter of soda
water get that in'ado by tho 'Consolid
ated Soda Water Works Co. Tel::
Marstou Campbell this morning
staled that the Kalmukl reservoir Is
still leaking, nnd Unit to flx It proi
erly would lnolo an expenditure of
Tho von Hnnini Young Co. has Just
received tho fltst carload of tho fam
ous little four-cylinder Ilulck run
abouts, tho car which wns so popular
at tho Now York and fhlcago shows.
Judgo Stanley nnd A.i F. Juild this
morning called on tho Acting Gover
nor to present facts regarding tho
Bishop Estate. They nlso wished to
make application for patent for lands
In Pupoln on Hawaii.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Miller took
placo nt Kalnallu Wednesday aftei'
noon. May tith nt 4 o'clock. Mrs. Mil
ler It will Co remembered, died on tho
trail at Kcauliou beach nftcr having
wandered In the woods nil night
Tho Woman'ii Auxiliary and flulM
of St Amliuw'H Cathedral will hold
their lingerie salo and ten on Satur
day afternoon noU, May 16, at tho
icsldenco of Mrs. E. D. Tcnney, Pen
Mr. and Mrs. K, S. Aldrlch left for
their home In Moscow, Idaho, on tho
Slbcrlu yesterday, after n visit of four
months, which, the)' say, has been ho
pleasantly spent that tboy will return
hero next wlntcw
Deputy Mnrhhal Holt returned this
morning on, tho Mnunn Ken, bringing
with him about twenty-onu witnesses
and one prisoner, Moses Kokl, thu
man 'who Is accused of embezzlement.
Holt reports u good trip, and that ho
had no troublo In getting thu men ho
One half of the property and Income
taxes, and the tax on dogs, bicycles,
automobiles, wagons, carts, carriages
and other vehicles are due and pay
able now, and will' become' delinquent
on the 15th Inst. A penalty of 10 per
cent will be added to all such taxes
remaining unpaid after the 15th of
Tho Democratic, Territorial Central
Commtttco hold n meeting nt tho pnrty
headquarters last night. Reports woro
recclod showing that thq now caul
system of enrollment Is working well.
It Is proposed nt tho tlmo of tho Tor
rltoilal Convention horo, a week from
next Monday, to hnvo fitted up a voU
lug booth according to law, as a model
by which delegates can gauge wheth
er voting booths throughout tho Is
lands are ananged as tho law directs,
which It Is claimed they havo not been
In thq past, both on this Island and
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday. May 8.
PORT SAN 1,1'ls AuHeil May 7
Am. 8. 8. Lan a lie nee Un Klliei
SAN DIKOO H.ul 'I liny 7
S. 8. Virginia!- 1 1 i Sim Fianclsco.
SAN FRANCISC" Arrled May S:
U. S. A. T. Cm i l henco April 30.
8aturd.i. May 9.
SAN FRANCISK' Anlved May 8:
Fr. S. S. Col"" hence May 1.
PORT MJDI.OW Sailed May 8:
Am. schr. AT - "kc. f"'- "io
IIII.O Sailed M "
A.-H. 8. S. Mi ' .in. for Sallnn Cruz
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
x ti B it a a r i x-t if a h it it ii
MAUN KCA IN.
Tho Hleaiuei u
arrived In port i
this morning, in
passengers, an I
Islands. The r.n
bag coin, 1 bat
ons, 9 bagi cot'
hags awa, 11 pi'
vegetables, in In
kegs, 30 cades n
pins, 41 cordi '
bottles, 110 p.ii .
nia Kea, l'leemai'.
i lur schedulo time
i :lng a big list o,
i medium enrg i or
i.ls from tho uthe."
.ii was: 1 horse, 1
ides, 2 boxes chick-
U cases celery, 13
. oars, 11 jiacknge3
41 coco'i, 2S empty
h . "" bags tent
p- .1. 53 bags empty
Tho tlrallliiii enilwr llenjaiulii
Constant sailed .i' in o'clock thin
morning for tin 'iilcitt, pioceeillng on
her way around il"' world after n
stay of a week in this port, during
which tlmo the pi i. and tho officers
and tho expente .u faints of tho ship
loft, It is eslhiLiiid. $10,001) In till 4
city. Tho trim HnN- craft has attract
ed n good deal "I attention while
hero, and made u putty sight as she
went out to bea i iking advantage of
tho wind which w.is blowing I'l the
Tho Chilean 1 1 uli-er General Haqe
dano, Is still jit the N'aal wliiuf, and
will not sal! until I o'clock this uftci
noon, ns the c.ipl.du was tho gue.u
of lionor at n luinlieiiii which wus glv
en lit tho Young hotel this noon by
Mr. I,nn7, tho consul. Cuplnlu Itees
wiih piesent. Evr) tiling Is In lead
Iness for son, lumeer, and shu will
also Ect out for iiiu run to the Orient.
The Haquodapp camo Into ioit the
day after tho Constant airlied, hut
her otllcers nnd men bine minageil
certainly t() enjoy Iheniselies as well
In this port.
NEW A.-H. S. S. SCHEDULE.
Ucglnnlng with the :oih of tills
month, tho Amcrlcan-llawiillnu S. S.
Co. will put Into opeintlon a new
schedule lor ships between tho is
lands nml thq Coast, for reasons which
thu local management does nut give
out. Fiom that date, the ten Ice will
be bi-weekly froiy Kan l-rancihco mid
trl-wecltlj fiom Puget Sound, Instead
of Id-weekly as heietofoie.
.Au to a report that the Ncv.idan and
Nebruskau will bo taken olll this run
as too small, tho local agents will nut
talk, salng that they are not in a pa
sltlon to ctato what will bo done.
Tho new order of liln3 goes In'i
effect specifically with tho sailing ol
thu Virginian fiom San Francisco on
thu 20th. nnd tho Neind.iu from Paget
Sound on tho 27th. Tho Alaskan now
In poit, goes on tho new run, tho Tex
an taking hur load to Sallnn Cruz,
NEBRASKAN FROM 'FRISCO.
Tho A.-H. S. fj. Nebi.iskun caino in
to port this morning fiom San Fran
elsiii, docking nt 7 o'clock. Sho
brings only about 12.HI Ions of gcu
oral cargo, among thu articles In her
hold being llvo-nutoinobllcs. Sho was
7 days nnd f hours on the run down,
nnd brings no talec of tho deep sea.
Good wenther was experienced
through tho run.
Tho A II. 8. S. Alaskan arrived es
tertlny afternoon, nbout 4 o'clock, fiom
Seattle, witli 11 light caigo, of about
6000 Inns, for this nml other Island
ports. Sho will load sngnr for tho re
turn tlip. Thu ficlghlcr had nn un
THE UNION IRON WORKS litis
Just completed for tho Amerlcaii-ll.i-wallnii
S. S. Co. 11 GOOO-lon freight
steamer, to bo called the. Isthmian,
which was turned over to the owners.
during tho latter part of last mouth,
FI'I.I.ER ACCOUNTS from San
Frnnclf.ni bhow that tho Irmgard
spuing a leak In n northwest gale, on
tliQ 2fith, nnd was making water at thu
A Most ZxMflent Assortment t
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S, KING ST. PHONE 525.
uUaAj, 1 ..' i'i-t-i-j- .-jUii. iMte
Surprise your eyes by having thent
fitted with a pair of glasses that strc
RIGHT. You can get them at
A. N, SANFOiD,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
rate of two feet n day when rhn a
rived In San Francisco.
THE MATSON HARK Gerard C
Tobev nrrlvcil at Hlio la-1 TttMd.i
to load Biigar for San I'ri-.itl. ej.
TUP. ISLAND BTE' . "ItH " "i
Ke Au Hon, W. G. II: i iwnl.iul. :rnl
Maul ate, nil due tour tow.
THE STEAMER CI.AIIDINE railed
at ,'i o'clock ycsletdny nfternoon, for
Hawaii and Maui potts.
THE STEAMSHIP l.ANSI.VG nr
rlcd at Poit San Luis liiuistlay from
Honolulu la Klhcl.
THE TRANSPORT CROOK arrived
nt San Francisco on Tlimcilny, having
left hero April 30.
THE A.-H. 8. 3. MEXICAN sailed
yesterday from Illlo for Snllna Cruz.
THE SCHOONER ROl.F iirrlied at
Hllo Monday, fiom tho Coast.
DlfFERK IN QUAUTV
There sccni3 to bo ns much differ
ence between tho quality of one mov-Ing-plcturo
machine and another as
there Is between n good article and
a bad one. The ono used by tho Crys
tal Moving Picture Co., which begins
an engagement nt the Opera Homo
on Wednesday night Is of tho snmn
model ns that, used by Honlne. It
has automatic shut-offs, so tho shlcr
Is avoided and thcie Is a non-combustible
attachment which entirely
eliminates danger of n film catching,
flic. Tho company was ono of tho
flitt on the road to adopt this latter
and have proven It n success. It J
adoption, however, did not como un
til n bcycn-liundred-dolhir French
dim had been destroyed by fire. All
of tho plctuics to bo Bhown on Wed
nesday nro absolutely new and Miss
Clifton, who sings the Illustrated
songs, Is as pretty1 as a picture nnd
with n voice us melodious as u flute.
Thu combination of gicat moving pic
tures nnd Illustrated songs sung by
one who Is attractive nnd who has n
mode of expression that Is captivat
ing. 'must bring good lcsults to the.
A coricspondont nf "111 Mei curio", a
Chilean ucwtMper, accompinled by
a bright .loutig rndcl, called on Act
Ing (Invci nor Mott-Smlth this morn
ing The Goieiuor gaio them con-
vldeiahli! data concerning tho Islands
mbsB lrnVP''r, iVwiiiE
Wc have just received the first carload of the famous
This is the- car which created such a sensation at the
recent New York and Chicago shows.
It is the lowest-priced of any efficient and up-to-date
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO, LTD.
I.I IIM. . .. .
WASIII.NUTON, D. C, Mny 8. The President, In letters to Sonators
uncut thu lliownsvillo uffulr, declares his supretnucy In the command of
tho Arm and Navy.
BERLIN, Germany. Mny 8. Hall
hns been refused In the case of
Prlnco Eulcnbeig, who was arrested
for porjury today.
ATLANTA'S TERRIBLE FIRE
ATLANTA. Ga May 8, A flro In
tho business section of tho city to
night caused a loss of $1f,G0,00Q.
ii 11 I'l!:.
Brown Sends Report to
immigration Inspector Drown Is
I ist completing u report on tho
aliens In Hawaiian Territory penal In
tltutions and Institutions of charity,
is tho result of which n number of
aliens will bo deported. The report
Is to go off on the next mall for
Washington. The number of thoso
who will be sent out Is not ct llxcd,
but It will not be' very large.
Tho report Is based on an Inspec
tion of tho Institutions, which has
lasted-nbout u month now. All the
places In tho Islands have been visit
ed, nnd tho number of aliens, and
their time of service, nnd other stn
Tho object Is for the enforcement
of ii rule that those aliens who have
liccomo n chnrgo on tho public
through Incarceration or presence In
nn Institution of charity, who hnvo
not been thoro for three years, bo
cent bark to their native countries.
Thu number of ill lens found In tho
local Institutions Is not large, In any
case, and the proportion of these who
huo been In less than Unco years
Though Hawaii Is not n great placo
for crime, and not nn excesslvo num
ber of criminals arc l:cpt In confine
ment, nevertheless the great major
ity of those who are locked up nro
American citizens Porto Rlcnns,
Portugucfce, natives, or Americans
lly special request of many patrons
to the Majestic Amusement Co. of tho
Orphcum they will conllmio the 111m
"The Prodigal Son" tonight, Monday
and Tuusduy night. Monday night
will Include n change ut program.
Admission, 10c; children, 6c.
THERESA ON WARPATH'"
Princess Theresa says that, good
many Politicians havo no back bone
to utter word they dro even afraid
of their own shadows & they have to
beat around tho bush hetor they can
talk United States Ono Politician
would say aro you stopping In tho
City? & tho oilier ono would run
around tho block four times shouting
with fright befor he gives his answer
& utters n ery low murmur & sajs
dont tell them that 1 told jou "yes"
In u whisper even at that.
High Sheriff Henry Is n roso entliii.t
last, and u very morning ho has :i
lurgu biiiitiiict of the huautlful lloweis.
' giown by himself, In his office.
l I IMfll I li
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl May 8.
Scciotary Metculf was the gucst-of-hanor
ut the banquet given tho o Ul
cers of the Fleet tonight. Tho city
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, Mny 8.
Tho buboulcj plague Is abating.
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fi ii 6 17 1C 3.'
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HI I'.l. I f) . IV 41
II 1013 U 4", CUl ,110
1 10 r. si. c ii
First quarter of tho inaan May 8.
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
30 minutes slowor than Greenwich
time, being that of tbo meridian of 157
iegrecs 30 minutes. Tho tlmo whistle
blows at 1:30 p.'ni., which Is tho same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are for local time for tho
-i ii 11 i ii M It U H X Jo : HURK
K S K E B SI fS K t K SJ K K if K S
Frldaj. Mnj 8.
A.-tl. S. 8. Alaskan. Nichols, from
Seattle, 3:30 p. 111.
Il I! LK Ii It Ii U C, I! )! It Jt Jt It
Friday, May 8.
Stmr. Clniidlne, Hennett, for Ha
waii and Maul, Ii p. m.
P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zccdcr, for Sail
Fianclsco, 6:30 p. 111.
K DUE T0M0RF0W
K 34 X V M M MiUliaKKiOiX
Stiur. lwalanl, Self, from Maul nml
Molokal ports, 6 n. 111.
Stmr. W. G. Hall. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, 5 n. 11.
H PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Matinu Kea. Vcn :nan,
fiom Hllo and way poit'. 7 11. in.
.Miss It. Lyons, MI.i M. Klnnoy, MIj
I). Saunders, Mr4. J. . S.iuniK:-', T.
A. Spl!ter, Mica Downey, A!m Hamil
ton, V. O. Hallos, Mrs. Dunham, Mlci.
E. lllellg, I. E. Ray, M. M. Graham,
.Mrs. M. D. Cook. E. 11. Cant, W. A.'
Wnll. C. K. Wilght, E. P. McCinn, C.
Y. Alona. II. Tkushlnn. T. Kobakashl,
Joo l'flikn. Mrs. A. Horner, II. llr-n-ton,
Mrs. II. Ronton, Mrs. Wasayarla.
C. W. Aahford, It. A. Kcarns. W. I..
Whitney, W I, Vredcnbcrg, Miss Mat
su, .1. Keao, S. W. Nawahl. H. Holt.
Moses Kokl, A. W Carter, Mra. A. W.
Carter. Miss J. Cartor, J. A. Moyer,
Master It. Atchcrlcy, Mrs. J. Atelier
ley, S. Ah Moo. Tong I.cc, A. I. Sllvn,
C. Hedeman, Geo. Weight, Miss M.
Hurlem, Mrs. T. Hurlem, T. Downey,
Clins. It. Shaw, F. A. Wlckett, II. T.
Hayselden, H. Doden, Sing Fat. I. Ilil
hi, Mrs. I Ihllil, Oeo. Kluegcl, F. E.
Dowllng, It. Van Hclzcn.
c PASSXNOEES DEPARTED z
Per stmr. Siberia, Zceder. for San
Fnim-lhco. May 8, G p. in. F. K. How
ard, Col Sam Parker, wife nnd child,
Alfred Kalner nnd wife. Aubrey Rob
inson, E. S. Aldrlch and wife, Mrs. T.
P. Fiear nnd daughter, C. I.. La R110
and wife, Mrs. II. M. La Hue, Mrs.
II. M. La Hue, Jr., Mrs. J. E. La Rue,
C. E. Phtpps, Miss M. Philips, Master
E. Phlpps, Mrs. E. J. Wchlon, W. II.
Honeyman nnd wife, .1. Dougheity, E.
K. Hull. II Hrown, Col. John linker.
Prince D. Kawnnaniikoa, C. S. Desky,
A. WntPi house, Mis. N 8. Sachs, R.
ROBINSON'S GOOD WORK
v(Spechil to Thu Bulletin)
WAIH'KF. Maul. May 0. Tho
many friends of Tax Assessor W. T.
Robinson throughout the Territory .
leeclio with regret the news of liU
resignation fiom tho oltlco which ho
has 'held with great honor and ciedlt
during his long term of eight cars.
Pi lor. to November, 1900, Mr. Rob
inson held the poi'.lon of Deputy
Assessor for WnlliiUu with great suc
cess for ten years, and was promoted
to the position which he has recent
ly vacated by T. F. Lansing, when
ho was Trensuior. Mr. Robinson
loaves his post with a clean record,
and, being 11 llawnllnu, his pcopl"
are Justly proud of his oxcollent roc
old ns an efficient ulllcer.
Mr and Mrs. Robinson will leavn
noxt Wednesday for Honolulu en
routo to Chicago where Mr. Roblnroi.
guns b one of Ilawall'B dclegitcs tu
tho Republican NaJn.ol CoiivliiIIou.
They will make n tcur of the Statei
nnd will bo nwny -I'l.iur thicc months.
Their ninny friends wish them hon
vpyugo alul safe icturn lu their nutho
London has Isuiod an nrdlntiro
foi bidding ehlldrm pttondlng publl'
schools to play game is which hos
ing fifi-ms n part. ,
to yourself and let us build thtt ca
noe, rowing-boat, cr yacht-whick yon
have in mind. We'll have.it ready
in no time, and the price ill be so
low that yon will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D- Walker,
Scot end Machine Works,
King near Alapai,