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IIULUrriN, HONOLULU, T II. MONDAY. MAY II, ISM.
H 'fi .'
W . .NIiJM)A-V
All vtli : members of h
order are eou'.lHlly Invited to
attend mcitlnga of local 1oJr
UARMONY LODOL, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.j
Meets everv Monday evening at
' J:30 In I O 0 K. Hall, I ort Stteot
K. 11. HNNDKY. Socretary.
huh. r. vicuuus, n o.
All visiting brothors vory cordially
MYSTIC L0D0E. NO. 2, K. Or P.
Moots ovorv 2d and 4th TucRilny
of each month nt 7 30 p. m. nt K P.
Ilntl. cornor Port nntl Horttunln Sts
Visiting Iliothcis cordially welcome.
v l. lyle. c c
V. WALDHON, K. of It & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
llrMt and third t rl-
dny ovenlng at 7 30 In K ot p nan.
'""corner Fort nnd lleretanla YlsltlnK
brother couliail Invited to attend
a o. deering, c c .
J AS. A. WllITi:. KllS.
HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Uidgc No. GIB, U. P. O
i will meet In tholr hsll on King
oeat Fort st-nat every Friday even
Ttv order ot the K II.
HENRY C. EA3TON,
VM. II. McINERNY. E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Unota verv Itaturday evening nt
l:2 o'etoek In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fo.-t and Beretanla. Vlsltlag broth-
ir cordially invited to attend.
W I j. rilAZKH. CC,
E. A. JACOU30N. 1C.U3.
HODCLtJLU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
M.es on Hi and ond tb WKU
-.SDVY nlugu of cue ii month nt
1 Jt ocloelz Id U. of P. Hall, corner
Baraiaala and Foit streets.
Vtsltlag HaglM ars Invited to at-
,V I. IKAiIB, W., Prost.
H T. MOURE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Mseas ry first and third Tbltrs-
iiju of i eun mouth at Kulghts of
PythUn Hail Visiting brothers cor-
illlly tnvttsd o nttend.
.1 W ASCII. Sachem.
A IS Ml'RPIIY, C. of R.
Spiing Flovfcw, New RibbonB,
Fcsthcrs and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is making the Best Home-made Brsad
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.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
10M05 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
lire's a Good One
' ritiidK the doc-
i will unifon if h
Scientifically puic. A
tomo and ivlwnys te
freshing in lummcr.
SCi cents h qunit.
$2 00 the dozen.
Benson, Smith &
& HOTEL and FORT STS.
-flTTT,lT-HT-':""li' "- i-"t-
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
WINT0N, CADILLAC, TRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARR0W and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
V,"e have pmlt pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Dnent; also gold, silver, diamonds
ind jewelry Remember, we buy at
tfcll a3 tell.
1018 1IUUANU near KING.
5c - Oigar - 5c
M. A. Gainst & Co.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cigar for Particular People,
HAYSELTJEN TOBACCO CO., 1TD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarkct.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
WING CH0NG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds ot K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jone by the
1th their new TRENCH dry cleaning
25? Eoratanla 8L Phone 1491,
LOCAL ANII GCNI2KAL
A BULLETIN VACATION mnkei
mi ultitl umtnt Children on wtn
:hm foi mutVr, nter, or them-
it back fate. Tal. 3G1.
'l I R III) ilHnd Hi 111 (Huh
The Fleet 1 coming. Lit ui clean
up h City.
Ling up Meott) a when yntt want n
1 kI auto ride). Phone 107
Jtnu t forget tho big bargain In
In - il it wi f k at Ilium s
Mi hums rruili mango rbu'iu
1 I 1 II grKH rB lor 85o per J 1'
Putnam Ilalth Pills make rich
Mom! fi"c a package. Try them
il'.nk Honk' Call 1111. J A Me-
l.i od, fur thti plcasantest r.uto rlilo
Tho Seuskle cottages nre delightful
In the summer time. Engage a cot-'
tape now fur iho season.
A motion nnd notice of motion linn
been II lo I In tho caxo of Prank lira
get H Kawaiian.ikua.
lurorH In tho Miwea Kokl case were
thin mnmlnir dismissed hy Judge Dole
until - o clock this nftPi IKH111
Coat jour Iron roofs with "Arabic'
Y0.1 'fill o snrprlscd at Us unllng
and preset v alive properties. California
Feed Co., agenta.
The batcb.ill teams arc Just begin
nlng to pliy You should Kct ac
quainted with the placrn h) seeing
their pictures nt Thn Knflilon
Tho White Family notary (lock nnd
chain atltch) is tho best sewing ma
chine In tho world Ilenny & Co . Ltd.,
agents, 12G, Port Btrcot. Phouo 48S.
Your typewriter iliould be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
ran oHnMrl in 1 fnr vnu Phnne 143
In the matter of tho ealalo of Stow
ait P Iliiiiilngliniii n motion for coin
hilsslon to tako testimony of A O.
tllot.cn ami Cliaa 1.. Illshop of Ari
zona has hfen tiled by tho atlorucjH
Tltun while women fiom lwllel who
vioip suspected hy tho police, were
anesled for liiestlKutlon, but wen
allowed to go fieo without having nn
charge placed against them on the
condition that thoy leave lwllel with
in two weeks.
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
Chief Justice llurtv.cll this noon
placed on (lie tho resignation of Dis
trict Magistrate Hnp.il, the exclusive
aunouncemeiiti of whoru action was
published In tho Hullo tin. The
liihtlcu has written tho llllo Mcgis
Irato a tongratiilatoi) nolo. The ap
polntment to Hapal't: place has not
Set been ninile known.
osiie sir m
.1 11 Ci He ml Frank McStock,r
called on Acting Covoruoi Mott-Smlili
this morning to talk ovei Kancoho
land. Castle submitted a new pio
osltlon for the Chlet Executive to puz
h olf lie wauitd to know wl the
Government did not puichisi or ex
change with the Rlie tiioputv oi
tdl.i of Hull huil and thus lump all
the (lovi :uUKnt pmpnu locthci
MoilSiuitli Is consldeiliig tin ju-opo-sltlon
(Continued from Pfifie 11
itnilj of actual plantation conditions
so that in case ho Is put in charge of
a itcrultlug station nt New York ha
will be able to tell the people exactly
what tliey may expect.
It is stated thnt Mr. Ticnor thinks
ver) highly of the Italian ns a work
er and good citizen. He has not, how
ever, inailo any statement concerning
what ho thinks Hawaii needs, nnd,
judging from his general demeanor,
docs not intend to glvo au opinion
until he sees what there Is to see and
knows what, he Is talking about.
a PASSENGERS BOOKED '
Per S S. Hllonlnn. Mny 19. Miss
E. A. Chitmly, Mis. Saunders, Mlts
Sauudeis, L It del Win. C. L)on, J.
C 0'l)a, wife and two clilldion. Miss
S J I'ntou, J. It. Daggett, .Mrs. W. 1
Day, MlbS G. l.utted, Miss I). Cook,
Mis F T. Sullivan, Mis. C. O'Nell,
Gernld O'Nell, Mrs. Hodgson, MUs
Mary Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ilriish
MrB. Toweo and two children, Mih. E
Castle, E C. Eckart. wlfo mid two
children, Mrs. Crane, Mis. L. Scheon,
MIsh M. J Cotisun, Miss G, Whlteiuau
and child, Mr. llleusbdohn and wife
Mr. mid Ml 8. C. II. Smith, Miss
Wclglimuller, Mis. C. F. True and two
children, Mrs, K. Gallagher, Mrs, A.
It, Tnrletnn nnd two children, Mrs. D.
Mnclntjio, Mlss-M. A. Duiwii, Mis.
Rusboll,l. P, Nowsnmo, R II, Riipport,
C. W. Leo, Mr. and Mrs. L. do L
Wnid and two chlldien, Mr. and Mia.
Henry S. Smith, Mrs. Gnherlorsh,
Mrs. C. W. Tuerke, Miss M E. Tueiko.
A Most ExMlU'nt AsxrWint at
iHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, May 11
8AN KKANCI8CU ArrUcil Mav !l
A.-1I. S H Navatlan, hence May 1
A -II. B. ii. Virginian from San 1)1
IHt.0 ArrUwt liny
Am. bk Mohican I nun 'an I 'ran
KA1HM.III Airhud Mu 1
A -II H. U Noln link m In nee .Mn
Saturday, May 9.
SAN PHANC1SCO AnUccI Ma 8:
l'r. S. S. Co) Ian, hencn May 1.
POUT LUDLOW Sulk il May S:
Am schr. Alice Cooko, for llnmi
II1I.O Sal led Mn S
A.-1I. S. 8. Mexican, for Sullna Cruz
SAN PRANC1SCO Balled .May 9:
P M S S Korea for Honolulu
KAHULUt Silled Ma 9
Am sclir Aliinum for Port Town
; WATERFRONT NOTES "
K la M K a U U K M a U Jt S JC 11
ISLAND STEAMERS IN.
Tho Steamer lwnlanl. Self, canio In
Simda) morning from Mnut and Mo
lokal ports, with 3 cabin nnd 17 deck
pahsengera nnd u cargo consisting of
1 kid, 2 empty drums, 3 bags corn, 3
cases beeswax, 3 crates pigs, 3 bags
taio, 3 bags cocoanuts, 7 kegs nails, 8
boxes eggs, 10 hags coin, 11 crates
chickens, 25 dressed sheep, 30 head
cattle, 02 pigs, 70 cuses honey, 985
lings sugar, 1 lot firewood nnd KS pack
The Ke All Hon, with one cabin nnd
two deck passeiigciH, also eamo Into
port, with 3500 bags sugar, IS empt)
g.is drums, u box ot mutton, mid mis
The Noeau, with -1050 bags sugar
fiom Ahuklnl, made tho harbor at
da) light yesterda).
Sugar amounting to 07ao bag wns
brought In vesterda) h the steamer
Nilh.in, from Muhukona She had bad
weather on tho run In
Returning fiom u special tilp tu
Makitwell, the Mlkuh.ila brought 4S )0
bags ot sugar .to this poit cHtenla
FROM SOUTH AMERICA.
Covered with baiuaclts, and riding
high out of tho water, the b.ukentllie
S. O. Wilder. Captain C Jackson, ar
livid ort thu harbor tlds moinlng, and
docked about noon Shu will go on
tlu. itini-llin nl1t. n .ft infill arltft A ltt
lilt iiuiiiiitv I tin tt j o r-iititi txi niii; v.tit
for the purpose of gelling her bottom
cleaned Tho progress of tho vessel
was much Impeded In tho vo)ugo by
the dirt under her water line The
Wlldei is 39 days out of Mollcndo,
Pei u, and comes hero to tike cargo
having little In her but lln wood nnd
hull walei Tho veti.el nconnteicd
Hue noillKMsi li.uk' a nil tin v-.tv, an J
INS! ilUtR RATES m . i i i
sleaimii- i 'lie Pntlllc an uuu i In
at l.lov .1 v l he l. M S S Co 1. 1 1
an artveiici of from Zl'j lo G p, i cent
on the ii'-wer vtenmnra, the oldi r
bonis, with the high lales nlieady on
them, not being biibjecled to chuiige
lit'ii ilie pol'clea weio lentwed Vn
rloiib nccldentB In Pnclllc waters are
lohponslhle for n rather bad Implo
sion nt l.b 1 s
INTER Ihl.VND STEAMl.i.S v. h n
are da I dipait toniouow an-
G II:-1) at "i p r.l.. To, Ohiuiui n
loa, Ekcle and Hauapepu, Niib.iu, ,u
12 in., foi K.iwulhuu and Mahiikuui
Noeau at 5 p in., foi Kukulli.ieh and
Honukaj, and thu Ko All Hon, at 0 p
m , tar Kapaa, Anahola, Kllauea, Ka
llklwal, Wunulll, and Wnlulha.
THE CHILEAN TRAINING ahlp
Geneial H.uUulnno, which has bcn
lu port foi tho past week, left Satin
day afteinoon at 4 o'clock for Voko
lianui, a few bonis behind the Ui.uil
Inn tialulug chip Ueujamlti Constant,
bound for the snmo port,
THE IIAUKENT1NE AURORA, Cap
tain II Samuclsmi, will leave this
poit foi llllo this afternoon, lu low
of the Intci-Islnnd steamer Hclonc, to
load sugar ut the Hawaii port foi San
Fiauclt.cn Sbo wan signing crew this
THE HARK MOHICAN and the
bark Kalulanl, both of which ni lived
)estenluy, iho former ut llllo and the
latter at this port, mndo tho run down
from Fan Francisco lu thirteen days.
'THE NORWEGIAN STEAMER Or
land, Cnplnln Lie, left Saturday aftei
noon for Ocean Island to load fertil
ize! foi Auslialla.
THE A.-H. S. 8. NE11RAKSAN
sailed Into Sunday afteinoon foi Ka
hulul, to load sugar for tho Coast.
THE HARK KAIULANI biought tn
20G0 tons general freight fiom San
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
S.S. Alameda, sched
uled to leave Wednesday,
May 13, has accommo
dations for ' forty more
Wm.G. Irwin &'Co.,Ltd.
Agents for O.S.S. CO.
S,tr,iii!c j our f jea by having them
fitted with a jmir of ulastcs that aro '
RIGHT Yon enn i;et them at I
A. N, SANF9RP,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
Whi n Mm ir ui H (In. i nil.
wrretuiy icaokH t ,wn tM I '
humliud dollars for 1-1- t n 'an
ment tlii'in werv atindiy cu, i, n . , v
Is now Iho goneinl Irii.ic. i '' Jt
Mrllrido mount ono hi 'iv 1 en-, i, ol
Tansun nt tlio men i tho Aiu.-.lcin
armada prefer Tiiiim i Id any other
(Continued from Prsc 1)
fore giving such authority, thnt the
plans or suggestions should be dell
nttclylinown here In older to pre
"Mr. Mcllrldo probably lias some
thing important on hand for two ren
sons first. ' because tho Governor,
who had knowledgo of the gcncial
plan during tho four davB before hi
sent his cable, has cabled tho torn
mltteo to go slow until receipt of let-
tci from Mr. Mcllrldo. This letter
has not arrived, nnd will not arrive
until about the 1 itli. Secondly, Mr,
Mcltride, being In dlicct communica
tion with those who linvo had charge
of the entertainment of the Fleet In
San Friiuclsto, as nHn with tho
Fleet lommaiidcrH, and being In Ban
IVjiicIhco In hla ollii lal capacity nt
private tccietaiy to the (iovcrnor,
ma) bo In possession of Infoiiuntlon
or suggestions whkh might bo of
value to the Fleet Committee here.
"While the Conuultteo licic will
proceed along Its own lines, It wll
no doubt, value Information or sug
gestions fiom thou who are nclun'!)
entertaining or being entci tallied.
This Is no leason, however, why the
Committee uhould i.top or delay its
work. The main plan Is, mid should
lie, lis own to which suggestions o
assist.iiuii tiom s.in Iinuclhco um'
be added if such suggestions or ns
slstanco, when definitely ascertained,
ale acceptable. This relieves the no
tcsslty of any hasty action, cither in
turning down that which may turn
1 , . , ,
,mt '" 1' metM or r l'"tponen.enl
meiely for tho purposu of awaiting
"In view of the fact that no defi
nite Information lias been received
of the suggestions made to Mr. Mi-
Pride b) the Fleet c umi.inndcra nnJ
e-Mti)oi Pliclau, thu Executive Com
mit toe have fceut cables to Mr. Mc-
If you want value for value in Shoe Repairing now,
as ever, you will go to the Home of Good Shocmaking. A
few of our Specialties Worn Out Soles, Run Down Heels,
Fstehs'. Rips, Lining, Welts, Rubber Heels, Jfaking New
Heels, Nlw Counters in Soles, In Fact Everything known
in fihoemakint; We do it Quickly, Neatly and Cheaper
Island Orders Solicited.
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP,
1119 UNION STREET. NEAR HOTEL.
Stoddard-Dayton Motor Car Co., Dayton Ohio.
Model "K" wins first in $2750 class, first in $3500 class, first
in $3500 and over, defeating all entries regardless of'H. P.; also
special time prize winning hill record.
Our first car of the Stoddard-Dayton make.
Come and see it.
Von Hamm-Youig Co., Ltd.
llrlile telling him tu limko in r-
igenicuta wlttioiit uuthorlly fruni
i ,a (Diinmltlei1. nnd nl" Hint nothing
uld hu douo b the c mlttce hero
i. a til full 'communication cuulil ho
ad hy letter
(Conlinutd fiom Page 1)
I no ti.ice vvhatevei such ns vvouiu
herwlso linvn been produced.
1 Thu theory or the piosecutlon l
I o. i lint the, bag wnu opened by some
,)c rn who had n ko lo It la his pos-
einn, and Hint this peri-on made
i slit iiii-i , I iih a blind to t bio iv
Hi oflkeis ulT the limk All theto
' f to wen leiimed this monilng frrni
, i (.our co of uniiiiestiouablu authorllv
PohIoIIIco Inspeelor Hare vss asked
! i his morning iihout tho regulations In
i . . . . . .. . . . . .. . ,,ii
reaped to tne kbjs to man iiiih"
mall bags can be opened by means of
thu same I. Ind of n lc)," ho hald,
but such l.c)s aro only given to tho
sworn cmplojca of the postointc.
'I hey uio, wo say, the postmaster-'"
bond. Thoy nro never lo be taken
out ot the poHtoflkc, and nio kept
fastened to a dinwer by means of n
(haln. Strict tab Is kept on them by
the dcpailment. They aro niiniboied
and iccord Is kept of every one of
them, so Hint in ease ii falso key vvcro
used it would bo very easy for us t(.
dnd It out. Any tmniithoilzcd per
son having sucli n key In his posse
sion is liable to u penalty ns gicnt as
that Imposed on n person actually
lobbing tho malls."
(Continued from face li
tension of time until some further
word can bo had.
Spalding's letter was wilttcn on
April 9th, nnd ho stated thnt from
thcro he expected to go to Penang
nnd Colombo, unit, If cholera were
picvalcnt, ho Would cut out the trip
to India mid go stialght to Ade".
Falrchlld is of the opinion thnt this
Is where ho Is at thu present time.
He has cabled to Rlthet in Sail Fran
cisco, telling of vJhatovcr plans he
has made for reaching Spalding.
0. R. & L. CO. MAY TAKE
(Continucd from Page 1)
the same time the Castle Interests ate
to ngicc to rcfinlu fiom building any
lallroad from Konlnu to Honolulu di
rect, or" to oilglnnle any other meth
od for the direct tinnsportatlon of
freight from tho newly opened dis
trict to Honolulu, the consequence
being that all the products rnlsed
theie will have to bo sent over tho
Koolau and O. R. & L. Co. B)stcm.
Tho Yamashlta liquor case has been
thrown out of coii'.t on account of tho
falluio ot the Jury to agiee. It Ib
stated that Iho length of time that
Ibis Jury was out er.ceds nuy oilier
In tho Teriltoiy for such a small case
Indianapolis, Ind., Mar, 24,
It is a peach.
)( Jf 3( H K X IS W W II M B W B s a
31 A It 8 J5 H K H Jt ' - -
Satii'rdiy, -May "J.
Am bk. Katulanl, Colly. 13 clayo
fiom S.in Francisco, nS port p. m.
Sunday, May ID
Slim, iwalanl. Soil, from Maui mil
Mnloknl ports, ti 50 a 111
Stmr. Mlknlinhi, Tullett. fiom Maka
wolt, 7:30 a. in
Sinn. Nlllinti, Oners, fiom Malm
konn, 2:30 n. in
Stmr. Ko Ail Hon, fiom Anahola, 1
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, from Aim
lilul. 2-05 a. in.
Monday, May II.
Am liklno. H. O. Wilder, Jackron,
39 ihi)s tiom Mollcndo, Peru, U tn.
K W IS It i : KSKHXIta
H DEPARTED r
a ii ft K a 3t U s; M H if. X V 5 i
Saturday, Mil) 9
llr. S. S. Orhind, Lie, foi Ocean is
land, I p m,
Chilean training ship nciier.il lln
nuedano, Fontaine, for Yokohama, -I
Sunday, May 10.
Stmr. Despatch, Kokerwltz, for
Kauai porta, 5 p. m.
Sunday, Mny 10.
A.-1L S. S. Nehrnskan, for Kahulul,
6 p. in. '
K SAILING TOMORROW
h ti k it k at &- a: t u : Jt it jc is a m
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for llllo
and way portb, noon.
Stmr. W O.llnll, ThompKon, for Ka
unl, 5 p. m
Stmr lwnlanl. Self, for Maul and
Molokai purls, 5 p m
31 K 3 3 W X 5f it M Ji X ii M X X X ii
i' TO SAIL WEDNESDAY
X S X K a K JH K JC Jt M K X M X M
O. S. B. Alameda, Dow dell, for San
Francisco, 10 a. in.
.1 M M il K K ft M H US fl Si i if li
K PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. W O. Hull, Ma 9, from
Knual. Mr and .Mrs. Cooke. T M.
Church, F. 11. Ditch, Mrs. E. I). Plkao,
Q q. Ilrndford nnd 25 dick.
Per rtmr. Iwalanl, May 10. from
Mnul nnd Molokai porta. Alias D.
Hartwell, J. IV McVeigh, MIes A. Kn
mukoe and IV deck.
Per stmr Ke Au Hon, May 10, from
Anahola. Ml, Smith and 2 deck
PA6SENGERS BOOKED X
Per O, S. S. Alnmcda.vMay 13, foi
San Francisco. Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. Gor
don, II II. Ronton, Mrs. 11 II. Ron
ton, Miss Huth Renton, Mrs. P. L
Home, Miss Mary A. Peck, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. 8. Wood nnd child, .Mrs. A. F.
Cooko. Miss Grace Cooko, MIeb G.
Cartscn, Mis. Hnnkey, Mrs. J. A. Hop
per, Miss M. Hopper. Miss, U. Cooke,
Miss T. C. Mason. Miss M. A. O'Mal-
loy, Mrs. C. M. Hyde. G. L. Dlgelow,
wlfo and child, Mrs. O. C. Scott. Mrs.
G. L. Kenney. T. N. Stryker. W. G
Walker. Mrs. C. Helllg. J. C. Colmn
and wife. F. W. Wnehler nnd v.-Ife.
Mis. C. W. Tucker, Miss Tucker, Mrs.
II. P. Fiear and daughter, C. W.
Uruns, J. J. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. C.
P Slilpard, Mr. and Mrs. H. B Smith,
Mrs. Crawford, J. F. Morran, Mrs.
Sugclilro and child, Mrs. J. T. Gulick,
W 15 Hone)uitii) and wife, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. Dooth, Lowls Sthoen, R W
Robinson, J. C. I.une, L. R. Collin
Mis. liuclily mid child, Mr. nnd Mi.i
A. Kolncr. P. A. Garvie. Mrs. O. F.
True and two children, E. A. V. Hsoi,
I) Jamlesou, II. W Prouty.
The extension of lllshop street wai
completed toda), and stands us a doii
onstintlon of the ability ot tho Road
Department of the County to do good
vork In quick time.
lllshop street wns constructed In
?even days of eight hours' labor, to
taling fifty-six hours, and tho Job
lone. Tho department of which Sam
lobiibou Is the head feels that it has
leason to bo pleased. .
BIDS FOR HAULING GUNS
On the next or the second tilp fol
lowing of tho Hllonlnn to this pot I.
guns nnd carriages to be erected at
Diamond Head foitlflcntlons snoul I
irrlve, and with them a lot of shells,
and u good amount of Bmokcless pow
der. Tho:e me eight guns In all,
each weighing IS tons, nnd tho cm -rlugo
of each weighs 41 tons, 'thu
bids for hauling the guns wero open
ed Into Sa tin day by Captain Huniph
tey, U. S. Quill tcramstor, 11 list ace te
Peek bidding $3932 nnd tho Hono
lulu Construction nnd Dia)iiig Co.
DAUGHTER BORN TO HARTS
Walliiku, Mnul, May S. A daugh
ter was bin u to Mi. and -Mis. K, II.
Hart on Monday evening. May f.
lloth mother mid child mo doing
THE A-H S. S ALASKAN will
probably bo lu this poit until Wod
liPbday, bvfcuo lending for tlm C".iht
to yourtelf and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
Tiave in mind. We'll have. it ready
in no time, and the prioe will be to
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 Akpai.
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