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EVENINO nUMJrrjN, HONOLULU. T It. MONDAY. MAY IS, 1908.
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WEEKLY CHEM Ifi
Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Hawnilan First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
B p. m.
AH visiting members of the
order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HAHMONY tODOa. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
M.tta avery Monday evening at'
7lS0 In I. O. O. V. nan. fori uai.
E. K. HENDRY, Bcoretary.
URN. V. V1CKKRS, S. O.
All visiting brothers Tory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
or each month at 7:30 ii. m. nt K. P.
Hall, corner Fort anil lleretnnla Sts.
Visiting Urothers cordially welcome
. ' W. L. LYLK, C. C.
F. WALURON, K. of It. & S.
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meots every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K of P. Hall,
corner Fort and lleictnnln Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
A. 0. DKF.RING, C C .
JAS. W. WHITE, K.ll.3.
HONOLULU LODOE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No CIS, U. P. O.
8., will meet In their hall on Kin
tear Fort 't every Friday even
up. By order of the K It.
HENRY C. EA3TON,
VM. II. McINKRNY, E. H.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
1:10 o'slock In K. of P. Hall, ear
Fort nnd Beretnnln. Visiting broth
ir cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZ2E, C.C.,
B. A. JACOliSON, K.lt.3.
E0N0LULU AERIE KO, F. 0. E.
Meet" on tU9 2nd nnd 4tn WHO
tSUDAY evening of escli month at
7:19 oelo.it' U K o; p. Hall, corner
Uaretaiitn and Kort streets.
V'tjiUng Kagles are invited to at
w. l. i i:a2i:b. v Prost.
Ii. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets ery llrst and third Thtirs-
Urn of each month at Knights nt
fythl&n Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
Jlally Invited to nttend.
J W. ASCII. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of n.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Fe.iChc.rs and Hats Arc Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
ii Halting the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
LUNCHES and D R I N X S
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel f.t. near Fcrt.
Jack Saully, Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. MoTIGHE & CO., AGENTS,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job IJrlntlnu at tho Bulletin.
Cod Liver Oil
at $1.00 I
A BOTTLE is the best thing R
to have in use where general a
( debility exists. It comes JJ
plain or with Creosote and
Benson, Smith &
HOTEL and FORT STS.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
i FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
S PHONE 131.
WINION, CADILLAC FRANKLIN,
PIEKC2-ARR0W and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; alto gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell,
1018 NUUAHU near KING.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg,
Cigar for Particnlai People.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket,
DRY GOODS AND , FURNISHING
GOODS rf EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Btc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
! BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
10-Ccnt Perfect Havana Cigar.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
3ULLET1N ADO. PAY
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
1 The warm days are gentle remind-
1 en that there arc cdoler places else-
where. A little work will provide
the place and the necessary cash. Try
the Bulletin Plan.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Panama hats cleaned at tho (llobe.
Ring up Scotty's when you want a
good auto ride. Phono 107.
Honk! Honk! Call lilt. J. A. Mc-
I.od. for the pleasnntost nolo ride.
II I.. Lyons cnino over frum Kannl
i tonl.iv. arriving in tin- Hull
Wlii'u wishing a refreshing "'link ln-j
Ktl lKI!l UUIHIIIINK lilIM.II T 1 '1Ull
Mi and Mrs E. P. Lou and Mt C
I. Wright returned cstord.iy mm nine
in Hip lwnlani. ,
.1) II Mnnlopk nnd .1 W Kapaloanu
arrived mi thu Mikaliala fiuni Mnka
Jlcglnulng Monday the C'hrlstlnn
Science reading rooms will bo open
il.ill) from 11 to 1
Vbo Svasldu cottages are delightful
In tli summer time. Engage a cot
tage now for tho pason. "
I). While of Mime and Otto Schll
ling were arrivals on tho steamer W
0 Hall from Kanal .entonlny
Dr. J. II. Raymond has a silver cup
for Hip Maul League team winning
In two Rucccmlvc Keasons.
Illoin's special sale of towels nt re
duced prices Is on. All this week you
can get the finest towels lit Ion est
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. llartwull were
liassengers from Mnlnkni on llio
steamer Iwalanl, which nrrhoil es
terday. Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yoj '.fill o surprisod at tta cooling
and preservative, properties. CalKornlH
Feed Co., agents.
See the latest styllh eravonetto and
lingerlo coats nt Sachs- this week. You
must sec thenl to appreciate them:
and if you see them, you'll want them.
Tho Whlto Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho beat sowing inn
chlno In tho world. Henny & Co., Ltd.,
ugenls. 126C, Fort street. Phone 488.
The, Puns and the Knius play hall
this afternoon lit Knmehnmeh.i
School diamond, for interscholastlc
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.
Alfred Denjamlii suits nre tnllmed
In correct fashion of good honext
cloth, and their good looks don't wear
o Seo their latest Spring styltM at
Thu Kash Co, Mil.
Transportation to and from the cem
etery will lie furnlMied nil (1. A. It.
comrades on Memorial day If applica
tion Is mado to the Q. M W. I,. Eaton,
Itiilletln olllce, or l'JIl South Ring St.
Thu case of l.eput Kvkaulahao-vii.
DaWd Kauananuko.i and Jounh Ka
laiiiaunole, which Is u suit to recover
thu sum of S39S3.L'ii on n promissory
nule, lias been settled out of court,
and lias been dlcroutlmicd.
The Christian Kndiatnr Society of
Ceiirul Pnloii Chinch held a very in
ti'iestlng and helpful A-rvIco nt Lcahl
Homo hat Sunday nfUrnoou at the
poe.of which c.irnatlons anil oraugoB
wore illrtrlbnted In the inmates
.loli u Mailvs. who Is now in Oahit
prison comlctcil of larceny In tho
llr.it degree, has II led mi nppeal to his
petition to be let free on a writ of
habeas toipus, which was thrown out
In Judge Dole's court some tlnio ngo.
Thu Commandant nnd Mrs. C. P.
Rpes entertained Surgeon and Mrs
Cory I). Langhorne at dinner nt tho
Ploisjnton yesterday uvenlng. Tho
other guests wero Lleiiteiinut and
Mis. lay and Paymaster nnd Mrs.
Detecthes Leal and Townend took
ii tiip last night to Walilawii in an nil-
tnmobllu, having b"en i-ent' to catch
nu erring Japanese woman who hud
deft her husband ami two children
and had Hurt with n loer to thu tall
pines. Tho couple was anested nnd
appeared this morning In thu pollto
court on u chnrgo of adultery, their
cases being coutlniied.
Among tho passengers w hi. will bo
here on tho steamship .Manchuria on
Juno IT,, Is Mr. Selhhlro Klniura, one
of thu dlrectora of thu liaalt of Japan
This nows waa lecelvod by tho local
malinger of tho Yokohama Specie
Hank, I hi has been on a tour around
thu world, studying tho Iliunclal eon
dltlou of the principal cities. Timing
bis till) ahmjd. It Isssnlil Unit Mr. Kl
miira established agencies on tho
nialnlnud and in Europe.
All members of tho Hopjiltnl Corps,
N. 0. II., will aesemblo atlhelr quart
ers Slay 21. Thursday ovunlug, nt 7:15
o'clock, for tho purpose of attending
a lecturo at the Central Union church
given by Captain A. N. Slnclnlr of tho
Medical Department, N. (1. 1I tho
Biibject being "Cholera". This older
Is Issued to' tho men of tho detach
ment by Major William L. Mooiu,
commanding said detachment. Sergt.
Edgar S. Harry will bu In chnrgo and
all men will wear kahki uniform.
!W 3d M K X X W ')l K 5t )! Jii ;C M Jf
M PASSENGERS BOOKED A
11 M 5t IX K ;t J(l X )t M St )ii a K X V
Per stinr. Mnuna Kea, Fieomau,
sailing for Hllo and way ports. May
19, 12 in. Rov. Y. Nuumura, Miss
Ahrens, Mrs. Alliens, L. A. (larnsey,
S. Soplltz, R. W. Shlnglu, A. F. J mid,
M1ss L. K. Ward. Mis. If, Ward, Miss
Robinson, Mrs. W. W. Harris, A. W
Outer, wlfo and child, J. 11. Cnstlo, L.
A. Thurston, 'JVC. Peacock, A. W. T.
Ilottomloy, A. Mason, John lllud,
James C Ciano, Mrs. Mulialu, Miss
N. Weaver, Geo. L. Leonard, A. Ilor
upr, A. K. W. Kerkhnucii anil wlfo, K,
Dcneschcll, Mrs. Annie Kekuuwn, Miss
Oraco Webster. J. P Cooko, J. I). KU
liar, C. Do Hoi nnd wlfu, Mrs. T. .1
King, W. II. llabbltto, 8, Seep, W. P
Olds nnd wife,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Ii 1W P6RIS
1ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, May 18.
BAN FRANCIHt'o- Sailed May 17.
Am, bk. Amy Turner, fur Honolulu.
Am. bktno. Irmgard, for Honolulu.
ASTORIA Arrlu-it May 1C:
Russ. bk. t)unl b nee April 30.
KAIIOLUI Arrlvl May IX:
A.-H. S. S. T- mi Trim lluii'iliilu.
KAIIULUI Sailed May 17
A. -11. S. S Al.-uk ii, f"i San Fran
cisco, PEACE THOUGHTS
OF OUR JAPANESE
Peace Services Held at MaHkl Church
Sunday Evening Addressed ,
By Rev. Okumura.
While three huge congregations
wero nssembled In English-speaking
churches in the interest of world
wide peace, a large assemblage of
Japanese In the Mnkikl church were
also giving attention to this great
Hov. T. Oliiimiir.i spoke of the fact
that large congiegatlous in other
parts of tho city were nt this hour
Joining in celebration of the day
which commemorates the establish
ment of Tho Hague Conference and
the Permanent Court of Intemutlon
nVyArbltratlon, and commented upon
thu largo blessings to humanity
which wcie foreshadowed by the
growing sentiment in liehult of
world pence. Helen lug to the "No
bel Peuco Prize" he spoke of the
recent conferring of the prize upon
the President of the United Stales
for his distinguished services in be
half of the jicnce of the world, and
of the special significance to the Jnp
aneso of this net of life .American
'resident. The spirit which. Is now
rising with such power In The world
In behalf of the promotion of Inter
national brotherhood and the cessa
tion of inhuman war as u method 'if
settling disputes. Is the spirit of
Christ, which Ih coiu-ueilug thu
world. Christians everywhere should
be foiemost In piomotlng this spirit
nnd holding up before the, world tho
ideal of the Prince of Peace, and the
promised day or tho triumph of His
Kingdom, when nations shall learn
war no more,-nnd shall lieat their
swords Into iilow-Blmrcs am) their
spears lulo'pruulng hocHis.
This was un effectlw prelude to
the speech of Mr. T Oiioila, who
E-K)ko In bchnir of Hie children in the
Okiiuma (Japan) orphanage Among
the 1,-UU orphans there in ihnrgu j
great mnjiy who were the legacy of
wnr add tjielr silent plea for peace.
Miter Mr. Ouoila will sho in var
ious -ibucs his beautiful stcrcnptlum
views, which give a clear Idea of the
wonderful work being ilnuo In the
rescue nnd educating of Hie or
phans M'CARTHY CHAIRMAN
(Continued from Pte i
slstant secretary; T. II, Ljons, lutcr
picter; be elected ns the oflUera of
thu convention, nnd rcommendllig
the order of business, which was la
ter on followed.
Coke moved to amend the report by
substituting tho uaiuii or Irid Weed
fur thai of I.jons for the poaltlun of
Interpielcr. Tho cnmmltteu uccepted
the amendment and with this tho re
port of tho committee wiw adopted.
Judge IMlngs u.'id .1. Kgan weiu ap
pointed a committee) to escort Mc
Carthy to tho chair, which was dono
under loud cheers. McCarthy thanked
the convention for thu honoi. which
ho Bald had greatly surpiised him. It
Dtruck hltn that ovorjono looked hap
py mid It looked iih If at tho next elec
tion thu DnmocrntH would sweep ov
erythlug both on tho mainland mid
tho Teirltory. "Tho members of the
last Republican convention weie like
u lot of dogs with their tails between
their legs," ho said. "Hut wo aro go
ing to win, Tho nows which we get
fioui Hawaii la that nil tho factions
aro united nnd that tlicie wu will
sweep everything before us, and the
news from Knual and Maul Is tho
Fame. Thu situation on Oahu we
L. L, McCnmlless, who had been
called on for u speech, while the
abuvo report was being awarded,
"I am glad to bo called upon to
day to speak as a member of th
Democratic party," ho said. "It Is
time, that tho poor people wake up
and assert their rights, I have
hi ought with me the innps which
J on seo thero. They show that tho
(loverument has lots of land, but the
peoplu can't get hold of It. I he
Hove ou will remember thnt tho Ro'
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO SI. PHONE 525.
EYES EXAMINED and
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
publican party last year hafl n n'nnK
to tin- effett that the DulxgHle
Hhonld li) to have thu Ix-glslatiire
given the light to i Iihiiri- our land
Law. lint t Iiiiva not vet heard th.it
Mich ii bill has been Introduced. Thl
lime we should elect a II leg.ilo who
would get the Federal land law ox
tended here, so that vmry man coulJ
get land on which to build n home.
As It Is now. the exi fthc actually
legislates. He makes conditions of
nil kinds, the applicant must build n
J" '00 lioute on It and lite on It all
i.ie time, on that he rennot go else
where to earn his llvicg. There was
the case of Judge Hapnl A man
with modeinte mtstii cannot fight
these people as did Judge Ilapai, for
ietcalf Coming To Hawaii
WASHINGTON. D C, Mny 17 -Secretary II. P Wood of the Ho
nolulu Chamber of Commerce has been successful In the efforts lie ha
ocen making to Induce Secretary of the Navy Metcalf to visit HawaP
with the iiattlcshlp Fleet.
Hemphill Visits Mikado
TOKIO, Japan, Ma) 17 -Commander Hemphill. If. S. N. who is In
command of the Philippine squadron, was received in audience today
by the Kniperor and was afterwards entertained ut luncheon in the Im
,-a , ..i i
KOREAN CONDITIONS IMPROVE
ci-ni-l l.-... Mnv IT florid 1
ilty are Improving," live thousand Japanese gendarme having arrived for
tho maintenance of order.
. The anniversary of the battle of
cervices being attended by Prince Itu
TO REVISE TARIFF
WASHINGTON. II. C. May 1C.--I
llarrovvs'has been elected temporary
chairman of the Republican Vn)8
nnd .Means Committee that will slf
during lecess to consider a revision
or thu tariff.
No such name as Harrows appeals
In Hie olllclal directory of the Unit
ed Stall") Senate or tho House of Ri'p
reseutatlves for the 00th Congress.
The name coming ne.uest Is that of
Senator lluirows of Michigan, tho
gie.it beet-sugar State.
EXPECT THAW DECISION
POUGIIKKICPSIIJ, N. V., May lfi.
The Thaw decision Is expected o-l
Monday. An application for Thaw's
release from the Mutteawan asylum
has been mnde ou tho giound of a de
fect In the commitment.
CHOWLHY, Mi., May 10. Torna
doe.i In Loulsliiiiu have done wide-
Four deaths uru re-
YALU AFFAIR SETTLED
PKKLV, China. Mny 1. - Tho
Yulu timber agreement has been
signed by llayanlil.
-TV BULLETIN ADB. PAY
We Frame in the Most Suitable Manner
Photographs, Diplomas, Sketches,
, Prints, etc.
CALL AND SEE YOUR YOURSELF.
Hawaii Photo &
nmuswa i..hjni mm .j .,j.i. 11 jj,-jj i 1
Discount Your Shoe
by having your soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shoe-repairing goes deep below the surface; it it not just
on top. Our method is to do the BEST work for the least'
possible price. Shoes soled and heeled while you wait,
ACKERS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP,
1119 UNION ST. NEAR HOTEL STREET
roets money to go to law.
"I want to bring Ijinsl to your nt-
.ntlon. More than one-lmlf or tltr
land was given to mi Indlvldua I
i ..rough nn pM'lintigr. Now wlmt dt
ou think of an American ooismiinlty
where Mil the rwident nf an ilanil
wero deprited of the right lo aequlrc
n home, and all tin- land wan given
to-otic iietwjn? Hut they hate notj
UM their elmiipp yet. If Hih United
ill',i Hlipreiiic Court so ileeWe. nnd
I helievn It win do It, the people of
ImhiI will hate a ehanee to get thetf
lane i and to ImllH-homrs on them.
'ntwHbntaaidiaK tbe fact that a
Oi lmM( asaoelnllon hi Hllo waa
i -.upiHMCd to file :: piuiest to its sale,
the 31)8 nerea of land In Mipeloa Kan
, -i!ho wero aniil, under leare. this
Morning lo the tlakalau Phtotattoti
Co. for one dollar flHre than the Bu
ret price, IIGS2. The Kukulau Plan
tation Company nhx) bid In a large
amount of Hsiiiakua laniK--lii fact.
most all that whs put up for sale.
The Hutehlnson Sugar Co. Uou :'
two tracts or land at Kau, Hawaii.
TUB A II R. S TRXAN got away
es(eiday for Kaliiilul. to load sonar
for Saltna Cruz
. THE SHIP DIRir.O flKiied crew tills
nionilng at 10 o'clotk
1 limn llirnnclioiil the country and
Chemulpo was celebrated toda, the
nnd the foreign Consuls.
PLAGUE SPREAD CHECKED
CARACAS, Venezuela, May 17. -The
spread of the Prague has been
checked and the disease has been
brought to a standstill. It Is ex
pected that the port of La (iua)ra.
the outlet for his city, will soon be
icopened to traffic.
i ji i ,..
TAFT IS OPfiMIST
CHAIlLnSTON, 8. C. May 17.
Beeretary Taft, whit has returned
from the Panama 'ji I belt, icorts
that labor tondltlons there are Im
proved and that the health of the ca
nal employes. Is excellent.
CHOLERA IN INDIA '
SIMLA, India, May 17. Cholera
has broken out here nnd thu white
lioops who had been concentrated ut
this point beiauso of tho frontier
troubles have been vvltbdiawn and
rent Into camp.
EXAMINATION FOR CONSULS
WASHINGTON. I) C. Muy 17. -Nineteen
have passed and eleven fail
ed In their Civil Sorvlee examina
tions for Hie consular Corps.
. CLEVELAND CAR STRIKE
'CLKVKLAND, Ohio. May 17. The
Htrect-ear strikers uru quiet nnd the
company has been able to maintain ii
much Improved service.
To frame your
Art Company, Ltd.
XXSSK WWK'K XSXXSXK
Birrnlar. Ma 17
fltmr K Ah Iloti, Pe4eraati ron
Anahota, X:M a m
IMwr. Mlkahala Tulktt. from Maka
wall. fi-.M a. in
Strnr. W (I Hall. Thorn pw.n fro,,.
Nawtrlwtll. I Jo ,. m
8lmr. Noni. Miirheli. from Ku
Htuueie. z a. M
Sttar. Iwalanl. Helf, fmMMai aM
Mokal. C:tH . m.
V R S X K-ttStifciHOHMOM XXK
a R K-softqimcts rkx-xkxn
Mna1av Mar i;
AH S Texan. Hill for Ku'i
(til. f, p in
xk si$3x'aja$tiisfi8!K k,u a
8tmr. Mtmw Kea. Tlmmnmt. for
Hllo si way aorta, txtaa.
Hlmr MaMON Mm. Dttmmtm, for tin
wall Mri Mai, hh.
tt- W. (J. Hell, Thotnsau Hi:
Kauai, i p. ta.
Slmr, Iwateni, tSW, for lal anil
Mookal, & p. m.
M. X. S. H. Hllonian. JutmmHt. Un
Han FifltielKm, 10 a. in
& S XK. K3S it . C XX XXX
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per ttnir Iwalanl. May 17. from
Maui and Mohtkal -Mrs. It. P. Low.
Mrs C . Wight. K V Mw. Mr M.
nine, I) Conwa) Mrs Kw Katiaua.
Mrs. Napllobo, C A Maaua. J. Alua
ka Mm. Nakalekao. Mrs VA. Kuan
tain aud iHfcuit. (1 Tftasbtc. (' A
Hartwell and wife, Pala Js'akl. 21
Per slmr. W. G. Hall, May 17, from
Kauai ports. I). White. Otto gohll
Hug, M. Paxtrln. K. MiUaw mA wit.-.
M. Tin Sing, Master Tin State. 8. Kau
wanul, Tauaka. M. A. MlfcMie. K. K.
Plkas, J. 8. Ctiaitdlr. II. I.. Lta. Ii.
Plttle, M. T. IMriulngbaui, G U. Ka
leiohl; S'J desk.
Per Hmr Mikaliala. May 17. rum
Makawell. I). 11. M unlock. Imu VMa.
J. W. Kobalewiu.
Per Miur. Ke Au Hou. May 17. from
Anabola. John llano. Mrs. AHae Mc
Ia-bh; 1 deck
Per almr. Noeau. Ma) 17. from Ku
kullmele. D. Pullar and wife
X PASSENGERS BOOKED ,
Una tm a a: a a ap-fi jf. it x
Per 8. 8. Hllonian, May 13. MU.
i: A Chandy. Mrs. Saunders. Mis
Saunders. M Ryder. Wm. C Lyon. J
C. O'Day. wife and two dill
dren. J It. Daggett. Mrs. W V
Hay. Mica O. Lulled, Mla I). Cook
Mrs. F. T. Sullivan, Mrs. C O'Nell
Gerald O'Nell, Mrs. Ho-JgKJii, MP
Mary Sexton, Mr and Mrs. if. Diasii.
Mrs. Towso and two children, Mrs H
Castle. K. C. Kckart, wlfo and twu
chlldien, Mrs. Crane. Mrs. L. KcIiwjii.
Miss M. J.Qniultlks, O. Whltmniu
ami child, Mr, "llleUsbdoUii aiid wlft
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Smith, tSiUu
Welghmuller. Mm. C V. True and two
children, Mrs. K. Gallagher, Mrs A.
II. Tarlotou and two children. Mi I)
Muclutre. Miss M. A Brown, Mrs.
Russell, J. P. Newsome. R. H.ituppci .
C. W. Lee, Mr and Mi
Henry 8. Smith, Mrs. Gaberlon-.:.
Mrs. C. W. Tuerkl'. Miu M. E Tun
U Mrs B. Castle. K. C. Kckart. wjto
and two children.
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opnle. lows of bananas, maogues. pa
payas, und'other fruits would be on
hand fur the hungo sailor, and lie
wouldn't feel us If be was Impoing
on mi) one when he came around two
or three limes for a helping.
Chairman Mott-Smlth has called .i
meeting of the chairmen of all the
luuiiulttees for this evening at the
Promotion Committee looms, at
which outlines of the "Gel-Ilus '
campaign will be given out. O114
suggestion which Is gaining fa tor Is
that of sending nil the Hawaiian ca
noes, or whlii there are fully half a
hundred heie, outside the harbo to
meet the Fleet. Chairman Mott
Sinlth nlso thinks that the Press
Committee should Issue piogrums
such us wero done In San Francisco.
Tncse are little pamphlet handbook,
in which the olllclal program Is pilnt
cd as well i;s various things of Intel -est.
(Continued from ?rzc in
Hon, two and one-Jmlf millions fi n
Ninianu, mid 400,000 gallons from jl ,
klkl, nuiklng In all about l?,0vo,ouu
gallon? or water which Id biouglit into
luqiilslllon heift each du
Tho lack or rain baa bci -i tin 111.1.11
factor tow aids ciuuliu a slioitage In
tho water auppl) . but Iheie would luni
been no crltlH iciulu-d )ud Itjiot bi ei
that 1.0 niiieli work, lenulilng (lie es
c sslvii use or water. h been going
oil Then ngalu, the people pio nroro
lo use moro water during tho hot
mouths and it is i.ovv up m 'ti(um to
ilgldly .llovv Uie rules regaidlng cci
' 'hi hourt fi ihc watering of lawns,
JXV 'for Runt' cards on sal at
if JnM n iitflcf ' " -- '-
f1" 'J.'J"l'wi 1 in mmmnw a
to yourself and let us build tliat a
noc, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have jn mind, We'll tave it eady
in no time, and the price will be p
low tliat you will vonder hpw we.can
d9 it. We'ye done ft, however: bo
we KNOW, ' ' ' ' ' r
Charles J), Mkf,
B9r and Macliine WyiYi,
KIiiij iicar jAlanai,
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