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HARMONY LODOL Vx 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening fit
7:3U In I O 0 V. Hall, fort Sheet
B. 11. HENDRY, Secretary
11KX r. V1C1CEK8. N. 0
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2. K. OF F.
Meets every 2d and 4tl, Tuesday
of each month nt 7 30 in. nt K. 1.
Hall, corner Fort and Heretanla SIB
Visiting llrothers cordially welcome.
V. I. LYLE, C C
V. WALDRON, K of II. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
day evening nt 7 30 In K of 1' Hall,
comer Fort mid Heretanla Visiting
brothers cordlilly Invited to nttend
a. o deering. c c ,
JAS. V WHITE, K H S
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. O. E
Honolulu Lodge No CIS, U. P. O
is., will meet In their hnll on Xlnp
Dear Fort i'nnt every Fildny ven
Br order or the fc. It.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. 11. McINERNY. E. R.
Wm. M'KIKLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P
Meets every flaturday evening at
T:20 o'elock In K of P. Hall. or
tert and Deretanla Visiting broth
tra cordially Invited to attend
W. L. FRAZEH, CO..
E. A. JACOUSON. K.RS.
H8H0LULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
MmU on the 2nd an) llu WKU
NXSDAY evenings ot eocu month at
1:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
BereWnU and Fort atreeta.
Ylsttlcg Haglei are Invited to at
V. L. FRA7.EE, W., Preet.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meets ery llrst and third Thurs
lays of each mouth at Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
iUlly Invited o nttend.
J. W. ASCII, Schem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers 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 ranking the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
J, U N C II E S and D R I N X S
' The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts
...,,., rn.n 1
WttMl UAltnUAtl A
Pacific Staled. '
luaiuAV : p
WHUMiSUAV . j
THUSOAV " U
Honolulu Commindery Re'j- n
ular, 6 p. m. J
All visiting members of hfl
iritor are cortll.tlly Invited to 1
tttaml writings ot Incal lodges I
The Best Whiskey on the Market
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS,
101-105 KING ST.
PTJONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Here's a Good One
Something the doc
tor will endorse if he
is not prejudiced.
Scientifically pure. A
tonic and always te
freshing in summer.
25 cents a quart.
$2.00 the dozen.
Benson, Smith &
A HOTEL and FORT STS. I
W..1 lilllU f
BUN DOWN '
It will build you up
UKBERS DRUG GO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
J PHONE 131.
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
rOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We hare pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
ind jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
5c - Cigar - 5c
M. A. Gunst fe Co.
OF THE SEASON.
Cigar for Particular, People,
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jone by the
Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
25? Eoretanla St Phone 1491,
- TTTTrnr"i' ''"V'Piy
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A BULLETIN VACATION makes
an ideal present. Children can cam
ftL i them for mother, sister, or them
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Panama hats cleaned at tha (Hobo.
The Fleet Ii coming. Let ut clean
up tho City.
Miss S. J Upton Is not booked for
Mystic I.ddKo will meet In K of P.
Hnll tills evening nt 7 30.
Ring up Scotty'a wnen you want a
good auto ride. Phone 107.
A joung nnn 1 wanted for ntendy
position See Wnnt Column.
Mr Kearns fresh mango chutney
now nt all grocern for 2Gc per Jar
Putiiam Health 1111b m.iko rich
blood, CCc. a package. Try them.
The holcr Kile .it llloin llils
week In altrnrtliii; many Hhoppert
HouV Honk! Cull 1111, J. A. Jlc
l.cod, for tho plensatitest auto ride
The Soactdu cottage arc delightful
lu the summer time. Eng.igu n col
Inge now for tho season
I. ib- I j Ward has been undei going
speclil troiitmmt for bout.iI lnunilm
past lot the benefit of hlu health width
Ii.ih not been good
Call at the Tax 'Office and aocer
tain what you owe vhlle the atsets
ment baoZcs far 1007 are oasn for In
pcctlon to the public.
The baveball teams are Just begin
nine to play Yon should got nc
qualnted with tho plaveni h iieeliig
ilulr pictures nt The Itohlou
Tho Wlillo rumlly Rotary (lock ami
chain atltch) Is the best sowing ma
chine In tho world Denny & Co , Ltd ,
hgonts. 12C0, Fort Btreet. Phone 4S8.
Your typewriter should be kept in
txcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for ou. Phone 143.
Motorists who desliu n perfect dry
cell xhould life tho 'Columbia No 2,
iih It Is tho best diy cell on the luni
kct The Hawaiian Elictrlc Company
What Is I.ovo? A ncratchlug of tho
nolo Hut ou can't cerattli our
jour "sole" If put on nt VlckcrV Shoe
Itepalr Shop Tr them best, cheap
cc.it und (pilckcst.
We have a few- ory deslrnlile cot
tagei for lent Just now In the choicest
parts of the cltj. It joii'ro Interested,
call at once. Hawaiian Tiuat Co , Ltd ,
Heal Ustate DepailiiK nl.
The niinual meeting of St Clement's
chinch congregation wilt take place
this evening lu the parish limine ui b
o'clock It Is hoped that every man
nnd w imuii belonging to that congre
gation will bo preneut.
Owlni; to the coreinonv In roiinee
tlou vvlih the laving of the corner-
stone for the t'ooke library the inniith
ly inecllnj or tho Civic l'tderatlou haa
been postponed from loiuonow- to
Wednesday of next week.
Thu best Is what you want In but'
ter' No change; nlwnys just right.
The right amount of saltiness. Sweet
and frcxh. I.cwIr & Co , Ltd , tho fam
Uy grocers, lfi'J King street; telephone
240. Order n sample block of this
superior butter now.
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 1th Inst. A penalty of 10 per
cent will be added to all such taxes
remaining unpaid after the 15th of
The annual meeting of tho Young
Men's Christian Association wns held
Jast evening, nt which reports from
the various committees nnd officers
were icad olllcers for tho year elect
cd, soveial members voted In, nnd n
social time enjoyed. Tho president In
his tcport spoko of the need of a new
building, and n now constitution was
Yeoteiday for tho first time, tho en
tiro chorus of "Tlio Rose Maiden" was
nssembled and n lcgular rehearsal
held. Then It was seen ut once that
tho parts weio all perfectly bilanced,
and that there wns Just tho right pro
portion of volume Jn each one. Al
though this Is tho first time they have
til snug together, they sang In poifcct
accoid, nnd Mi. Livingston waa vtiry
much pleased with their preliminary
(lalnlng. All knew tho score perfect
ly, so thcro was no delay on this ac
count ns there nearly always is with
chorures The teachers of tho schools
who trained tholr students deserve a
great deal of ciedlt for their faithful
PUBLIC Ml 10
The trustee" of it o Oahu college
vxlsli It generally imiki stood that the
public, especially tho filinds of tin
school and those Intel cuted In ltbrnr
lob, mo wclcomo to the exercises of
'ho laying of the conur ntono o!
Cooke Mbiary, which take plate to-
nniron, Wi'dueiid ly, nflnnoun nt 4
o'clock, on the Oahu Collei.e giounds
'n special Invitations will be luiud
In lospouso to the Inrpilry of tome
who fiom Influnlty or sickness drslie
o sit In tholi canlages, It has heeli
niraiigoil that n few such cmlagc
will have a placo In a convenient spot
Tho program which follows will be
gin promptly nt 4.
A Most Excellent Assorteient ot
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
HONOLULU, T. II.. TUESDAY, MAY
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, May 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 12:
Am scli'r. Defender, for Honolpu
SAN FltANClSCC Suited May 11:
Am S S. Kntei prise, for Illlo
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 12.
P S. A. T. Thtmiis, henco Mny C.
OAVIOTA Sailed, .May 11:
Am S. S. Rosea rum, for Honolulu
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Muy 8:
A.-H. 3. S. Arlzoiinii, finm Illlo
X It K M X X ii M K K
M WATERFRONT NOTES
n )a ii t M 31. (5 it Jt K A il . 1C 'II
SHERIDAN IN PORT.
Aimoniuliig hor anlv il by wireless.
nnd bilnglng MS bags of mall from
I ho Coast, tho U. S A T Sheridan
nirlved this morning rroni S.m Tiaii
clsio. Sho had n small ciowd aboard
In tho steerngo, nnd a good list of pas
ftngeis In tho first and recond ciblns
The big boat Is loiillng coal bore, CM
ions, mill will leave tomoru.w morning
at 11 o'clock for tho inn on lulu Na
gabski ami Manila.
I he Hiierlilan maile n good inn
down fiom the Coast, coming the ill
tunce lu ij days and 2D lionn. This
Is the Hist trip she has made hcie
slnro going on the locks ne.u Ihls
lioit For this ic.it.ou, a good deal ot
luteiest Hilar bun (o th,. bK boat.
She eairles no uillstnl men with
the exception of CO casitils Among
thnc In tho cabin me a number of
ichool tenchoiV lioiind fur tho l'hlllp
pines. Ihci ranking oILur aboaiJ Is
Col K. T Hrown, of the Held artillery
Though bIio ban her n rial nppti
nlus up, shifts using mi this tilp only
Held wlrelebs nppiratiu For t 111 i
ieaon, sho got tho hum igo of the
win-loss station hero only about S
o'clock this morning. She wirelessed
In for coal, which was on hnrges wait
ing for her when Fho got In re Sho
ulso wirelessed tho news that Sur
geon Cnrey 1). Lnni-horn, who Is ex
pected hero to relieve l)r hmllh, at
the Naval Station, hud mlst,o I the
brut, and was not aboard lie Is cv
puled on the llllonlan or the Koiea
Tho Sheridan talked to ih Mm
Fi.iuclsco stntlou for n bundle 1 miles
out to sea, when she could no longi:
get tho messages.
Tho most Important p.iasongir
nbonid was Chlot Taylor of the detee
tlve depirtment heie who hai lite "i
In San Francisco looking Into the mat
ter of tho piobablo rrlmlnal exlgen
clis to nriso when the Hut arrlven lu
OWINfl TO THE FACT Hint tho
Htlene was not reidy to tow liei out,
tho birkentlno Auiorn did not sill
last idghl, ns expected, for Illlo, but
will leave this ovenlng
THE STEAMER UKELIKE hiIIb nl
3 o'clock this nfternooii for Ookalu
nod way poiU with passengers und
THE OSS ALAMEDA sails nl
10 o'clock tomorrow morning for San
Frnnclrco with mall and passengers.
THE BARK OEOllOE CURTIS
lenvos (his pen for San Francisco to
morrow, loaded with sugar.
THE HAItK KAIULANI will prob.1
bly load biijar for Now York, to make
thu trip aiound tho Horn.
THE STEAMER MAUI la on thu
mnilno railway, bcng cleaned and
The Supremo Court has handed
down nn opinion written by Justice
Wilder afrtimliig tho Judgment of the
lower court lu tho case of John F.
Collmrn, tiuMeo undor tho will of
R. M Holt, deceased, xs. Gcoigo
Holt ct nl, Tho appeal was taken on
ii point of law, and tho opinion pi
the comt w.is that It any ot the
grounds ot the doniuriors woio well
tuken, that is, If tho conclusion of
the District Magistrate was coircct,
his judgment must be nfllimed lis -
spectlvo of lils teasons. Tho syllabus
of tlicca.so follows:
Landlord ami tenant; summaiy
possesslon An action of summary
posbesslon against u lesseo cannot bo
hi ought by one owning nn undivided
two-thirds Intuicht ot the lessor with
out alleging at least that the lessee Is
not entitled to the other one-thlid.
Piuttlee; appeal on points of law.
On appeal fiom n dlstilct magistrate
on tho point of law Hint u deniurrci
iv as eironeoiibly sustained the Judg
ment will bo affirmed If any ouo
ground of demurrer, though not pasa
ed upon, wns well taken.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
S.S. Alameda, sched
uled to leave Wednesday,
may s, nas accommo
dations for forty more
saloon passengers. v
Wm.G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Agents for O.S.S. CO.
"v J " "'T T W '
Surnrise your eyes by havinrr them
fitted with a pair of glasses that arc
RIGHT, You can get them at
A. N. SANF08D,
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING.
ft n V. to M U K K SOT X H :
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED J
1L I', it S. V. K. U, Z H U 1 X UJI )I I
Fiom Sun 1'rniiclsci), per V. S.
t. 8horld.ui, May 12 -I'm llomd (
In t A. II Taylor, Wm II Tu !ioi,
.Mark Well. For Oini I) HI;
Stiaetcn, V S N . n ' vl'' I'i
Manila, P. I.: Win. .1 ll uiiiIhIi. Wnl
tci .1 lloehlrildt, II I' Hi 11 and wlfi,
Henry F. Heyer, CI. !o F. lloaul,
Rtihaid llolton, wife mid child; (I.
I). Ilomfoid, Henry P. Ilr.igg, Col
E. T llrown, Mis. E T. Hi own, Dr.
II L llrown, Mis O Y. Iliownlee,
Leo O. llunuell, Lloyd lliiilluglinm
und wife, 1). W. C.tldvell and wife,
V. W Cheney. .lr , C. L. Davis, Leon
Do Hoff nnd wife. Mrs. F L. Dengler
wife nml two ihllilicn; Win S
Ficl.cs, A. M. FoaUr nnd wife, W. M
Fox nnd wife, Captain .lames W.
Fin low, II C. Gardner, I.t F L
Orliich, Mrs F. (Inhle nnd Infant,
Mrs. K. II (Irlfflth and liifiuil. O'af
C Hniit.cn, Lieut F W. llealy. A.
J. Ileancy, A. L. HlekEoii nnd wife.
Dr Spent er It Hlgglns, C A Illgley,
Albeit llo.li:, l)i- E P. Huff und wire,
Mliriny F .Icelcon, Louis II Jacob,
WASHINGTON, n (', Muv II The Naval Appiopilatlon bill has
been adopted by the fonrcrcme (,'oimultti e of the lloum mid Senate. Tho
total .ipproprl.it Ions i.illeil for in the bill amount to $ 122,002,172.
This Is tho gicitbst aiuouiit cvei appropilated for the Naval borvlrc
by any Congreis, being over twenty
tlon for tOOT This iippiopilatton bill
Pearl Harbor -vv.oi I.
m mn s
For Taft and Fairbanks
WASIIINHTON, I) C, May 11. Tho leaders of the Republican par
ty are agreeing that In tho Intel est of harmony among the factions tho
party should nominate Taft tor the Presidency nnd Fairbanks us his rtiti-nlng-niato
for the Vice Picsldency.
UNCLE JOE GETTING
- ON TAFT BAND WAGON
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 27.
One ot Speaker Cannon's closest
friends, who huti been extremely act
ive In promoting his candidacy for
the Presidency, announced Into this
after noon that within n fortnight
the Speaker would take himself out
of the Piesldentlnl rare nnd ask Ills
supporters to go to Tnft.
CHINESE REBELS INCREASE
PEK1NO, China, May 11. It Is
reported that n foico of rebels tlneo
thousand strong are marchlnz
ugiilnst Mciigtzc. Tho rebels ure ad
vancing In two columns, while n
third column, which had reached a
point within thirty miles of the city,
has been repulsed by the provincial
1 1 oops.
KILLED IN TORNADOES
WOODWARD, Okln., Mny 11.
Eight persons hnvo been killed nnd
scores me Injured ns tho result of
ilnmngo by tornadoes throughout
Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 24, '08.
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 legardless of H. P.; also
special time prize winning hill lecord.
Our first car of the Stoddaid-Dayton make.
Come and see it.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
!PMpHnMHHHplf)lW iJtW)'" ' TTOg5
-t r .-, . ,. , : - iMnMKEB-.
Ifo and child! Cnptnln E. P. Jorvoy
id wife, N. IL Johnson, Walter
Ccefo, Dr. II. L. Kcllcy, Mis. A. O.
allogg, W. S. Kelly nnd wife, Lieut.
Jjhn W. Lang, John V. Leach, Jos.
Union, I). C. Lov eland, wlto nml
two children, J A. McAllister, wlto
and child; James McArthur, F, S.
McCarthy, N. L. McJunhln and wife,
Herbert A. McKcnn, Paul K. McWher
', and wife, .1 nines Madison, A. L.
...j'llelJ, F C. Jlejsenger, Mrs. tiny
I Miller nml child, M D. Moody, M.
Murphy, wife and two children, A.
"' laiker nnd wife, Ollu E. Pan Is,
J i I V. Paulson, Charlotte A Pcttlt,
'im one E Pond, Chas. M. Prltchelt, i
j nnd child; Dr .1. A. Randall and
. ic, Lieut. C. II. Rich, James l
.'wbb, wife nml child; Juines Shan-'
on und wife, Mis, F. Slmcoel., L P.
Imelser, Miss (Iraco (1 Smytlie, R 11
aoniley, Dr. A. V Stephenson, lleniy
iC Summers, Floyd A Thompson, W.
M Vincent und wife. Lieut. II. It.
Wade, wlto and child. Mrb. L I).
Weeks, A. II Wilson, Wm. S. Wing.
O O Wolcott, Mli (lrnto O. Writ, ..
Mm Wright, S.O Wright nnd wife,
Aithitr L Young, Mlsi Lydu M. Kee
no, MIsj EllMbeth 1). Relil. Mrs.
Ii C Fh.lid mid two children, Her
man llortiig, Mm, Jcniilngi, Mis.
Mess II. Kopple. Mis. R. W. Linden
stiulli. J. II. Muiphy, Eiigeno
0 llilcu, Mis Panl.pf mid miii, Mis
II. J Sliger, Charles Kurulcn, P. (J.
M Sgt II C. Chard. P. q. M. Sgt.
Conrad Relchherzen, P. CJ. M. Sgt.
I! W LlnilctiKtiitth, P. Com Sgt
Alexander Nelson, Reg. (J M. Sgt
(lus S. Kopple, Master Gunner Paul
II. Nelson, Mrj Noithiup.' Steerage.
1 employe M S., dlsthnrged mildlci,
1; enlisted casual?, CI; total, Gil.
millions gre-ater than tho iippioml-
c.inles thu $.!, 0(1(1,0(10 Hem for
i The news Hashed through Wash
ington mid caused constei nation In
, the ranks ot the allies. The an
nouncement Is not believed In cortuln
(iinitcrs, however, but thoso who do
'believe It nssert that It is tho flist
sign of disintegration which means,
the utter collapse of tho nntl-Tatt
cnmpilgu. Cannon Is said to havo
turned to the Tuft maungcis to make
. n deal to s.ivo himself fiom defeat for
re-election ns Speaker.
AGREE TO CURRENCY BILL
WASHINGTON, D. C. Mny 11.
Tho Republicans in tho House havo
ngreeu mat nn imiergcncy currency
bill shall bo diawn up by n commit
tee, which will provide that tho
1 amount ot currency to bo authorized
under It shall not exceed five hun-
1 drcd million dollars.
TO ADJOURN MAY 23
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 11.
The members of Congress have
agreed upon nn adjournment on Sat
urday. May 23.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
It is a peach.
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HKHiBlil "'; KI"
'aMKBKJSbUJBHK l!t na
Tuesday, ln 2-
Stmr. Mnitna Ken, Freowan.v01' "llu
and wny ports, noon, 'P&A
V. S. A. T. Sheridan, ifrol" S.m
Frnnclsco, for Manila, 0;4Bta?,n'
IITBIfSUttKUVKit ajfi 21 .t
SAILINO TODAY W
V. B SS H It IT U M it H )t a Id S
Stmr, W O. Hull, ThompsorL for
Kauai, 6 p m
Stmr. twnhnl, Self, for Maul -anti
Molokal ports, S p in
i M K ii K M A t V. n it it n
I-. 5( K Ii u t ii ;c n x ;c jc K X it
O S S Alameda, Dowdell, for tjnii
FrancUco, 10 a m.
H ir KKXIilllt ft It K U
a k a . k it v 5': . u k n. k u
Per stmr. Manna Kea, Freeman,
for Illlo and way ports, Mny 12, noon.
-Mis It Lalng Mis A. E Cmler C.
N I r 1, It. (1. llendeiBon, Emllv
ateveiis, Mr.t A, MtPlioe nnl cfilld.
John Kla, H. Amo Antono b'llva D 1.
Austin, E L.inger,
K U U K M It K a M T tf a ti ! :( H
fc" PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per 0 S. S. Alameda, May 13, fin
San KinnclsLii Mr. ami Mis (I. Cor
don, II II. Kenton, Mrs. II. II. Iter
ton, Miss Ruth lUulnu, Mrs P. 1
Homo. Miss Mary A. Peek, M. nnd
Mis. J. 8 Wood nnd rhllil, Mrs. A. F.
Cnoke, Mls (liace Cool.o, MI'S ll
Cmlseli, Mrs Hanke'y, Mrs J. A Hop.
per, Mlis M. Hoppei MIsh II. (ml..'
Miss T C. MaBon. .Mls M. A O Msl
ley, Mrs C. M. Hydo, (1 L. lllgolow,
wlfo and child, Wis. O. 0. Bcolt, .Mri
0 L. Kcnuey. T. N. Stiyker, W. 0
Walker, 'Mrs. 0. Hellli:, J. C. Coin n
and wire. F. V. Wnchter and wife.
Mis C. W. Tucker, Miss Tucker, Mrs.
II. P. Fienr nml daughter, C. W.
llruns, J. J. Sullivan, Mr. mil Mia. C.
P Shlpard, Mi. and Mrs. II. S. Smith,
Mis. Crawfoid, J. F Moignu, Mm,
Sugchlio and child. Mrs. J. T. Gullik,
W U Honey man nnd wife, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. Booth, Lowls Scuocii, 11. W
Robinson, J. 0. Lane, L. E Collin,
Mrs. Illicitly and child, Mr. and Mi,c
A. Kolner. P. A. Gnivle, Mis. O. F
True and two children, E. A. Wilson,
I). Jnmleson, II W. Prouty.
Per S S. Hlloiilaii, May 10 Ml"
E. A. Clinudv, Mrs. Saunders, MNs
Saunders, L Ryder, Win. C. Lyon. I.
C. O'Day. wlfo and two chll
ill tli, J. R. Duggett, Mrs W 1"
Hay, Miss G. Lutted, Miss 11. Cook,
Mis. F. T. Sullivan, .Mrs. C. O'Nell,
Gerald O'Nell. Mrs. Hodgson, Miss
Mary Sexton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Al. HruMi,
Mrs. Towto and two children, Mis. E.
Castle, E. C. Kcknit, wlfo and two
chlldien, Mrs. Crane, Mis. L. Scheon.
Miss M. J. Cotibcn, Miss a. Whltemau
and child, Mr. llloushuolin and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Smith. Miss
Welghmuller, Mrs. C. V. Truo nnd two
children, Mis. E Gallagher, Mrs. A.
II. Tnitcton nnd two children, Mrs. 1).
Mnelntyro, Miss M. A. llrown, Mrs.
Russell, J, P. New some, R. H. Ruppert,
C. W. Leo, Mr. nnd Mis.
Henry S. Smith, Mrs. Gnhcrlorsh,
.Mrs. C. W. Tucrko. Miss M. E Tuer
ke, Mrs E. Castle, E. C. Eckart, wllo
and two children.
Per stmr W. O. Hall, Mny 12, for
Kauai. Sirs. R. Rohinton, A. S. Wil
cox and wife. Miss Wilcox, G. N. Wil
cox, T. Ay aw a.
Por Blmr. Iwnlanl, Mny 12. for Maul
and Molpkal II. I). Judd, Mrs, L. 11.
Woods nnd two children, Ilishop Li
bert. UNO iHS APPROVED
Two landgrants woio approved by
Acting Governor Mott Smith this
morning. They were both land grants
under the light of purchase leases.
Ono was 124 acres In Pupiikca at n
cost of $1609.75 to A. A. Wilson. Tho
other was a grant for 11.3 acres, at
Knnlhalkii which was bought Jiy Mo
kuoli.ll for $231.75.
, m ijo .
CURRIE REPORTS ON RAT WAR
(Continued from Pace 1)
total number In which tho pest In
fection wns disproven wns 370.
Tho I. its me classified and regis
tered, and thoy, In all, come fiom .
large uiea ot the city. Ihls Is tho
kind (if work that will be carrier on
by Dr. Currlo nil tho time, an I
should nt tiny tlmo n cne ot
plague local; out It would undoubt
edly bo In the power of tho lloard of
Iloilth to locate the dlstilct from
which It originated.
Thu fae-t that pest Infection wnH
found lu none ot the nits so fn nit
Km a nothing in so far ns the deereiit-.
of the Infection Itself is loiueined.
II meioly shows with what minute
ness the v.oik Is being tarried on
Another report j being sent out
fiom tho Iioaid of Health lu tho finm
of a clicular letter to the physhlntis
ot tho (Ity legaidlng pneiiiiontn It
Is rotten up by Di. Cuirlo nnd iip
piovcd by Di. Cofei, nnd itates Iliac
In tho hut two months nine speci
mens of sputum weio examliiod, mid
if thoso two contained tho long chain
streptococci und tho lenialnlug boven
(llplo occua lancohitus.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have, it 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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