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nvKNNo nm.UTBm, Honolulu, t m. Tuesday, may io. ioos.
Lfum Cmpter Nn J Regular
Hiwslian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter HcEUlar
8 p. m.
Ml Mitine nifimbir8 of the
i-iliT oro i-o lill y Invited K
Mtlllld tot jM- k of locnl lodgM
HARMONY LODGE, Ni. 3, L 0. 0. F.
i...i. murv Monday evening atl
7:30 Id I O. 0. F. HalL Tort BUeet
i; It. HENDRY, Secretary
DKN V. V10KERS, N. O
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets even- .Id ard 1th Tuesday
of each month nt T 30 m at K. P.
Hail, rornor Fort and lleretanla Sts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
V. L l.YI.E. C. C
r. waldron, k ot n. & s.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets even first and third Fri
day Hvonlne at 7 30 In K of I Halt,
corner Fort and lleietanla. VlaltlnK
brothers cordially Invited to nttend.
A c. deeiung, c.c.,
JAS W WHITE, K.R.S.
BONOIULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C16, D. P. O.
K will meet In their hall on King
rear Fort at'aat ovcry Friday even
By order or tho B II.
HHNHY C. HASTON.
WJI. H. McINERNY, E. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P,
Meet, every Saturday evening nt
1:20 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. or
Fovt and Berntanla. Visiting broth
ra cordially Invited to attend.
W. I.. FIIAZEK. C.C.,
E A. JACOU80N, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. 0. E.
MatP on the 2nd and 4tU WUD
.R8DY even'ogs ot cacii month at
1:30 u elm' in K. of P. Hall, corner
Beret.inlii and Fort streets.
Visiting Bugle are InvlUd to at
W. L. rilAZEE, W., Frost.
II T. MOORE, Socy.
SAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meots ery first and third Tnurs-
Inyo ot each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
Daily InvlUd to nttend.
J. W. ASCII. Sachom.
A. B. MURPHY, C. ot 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
n naifnir tho Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
Tho most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel ft. near Fort.
7aok Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Beat Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. MoTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105' KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
""Vine Job Prlntlnu t the Bulletin.
i.rr , , ,
Cod Liver Oil
A BOTTLE is thr t thing
to linvc in use where general
debility exists. It comes
plain or with Creosote and
JBenson, Smith &
& Co., Ltd.,
a HOTEL and FORT STS. 1
It will build you up
vnm drug en.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
W1NT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gall silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, wc buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
OF THE SEASON.
HISS POWER'S Boston Bldg,
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSEI-VJEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
WING CHONG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Btc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
BEROSTR0M MUS.IC CO., LTD.
10-Cent Perfect Havana Cigar.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
ailLLETlN AO0. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The warm days arc gentle remind
ers that there arc cooler places else
where. A little work will provide
tho place and the necessary cash. Try
the 11 u 11 c 1 1 n Plan.
Auto at hnck fare. Tel. 361.
'Panama liatH cleaned at the (Hobo.
Ring up Scotty's wiicii you want a
Itood nutii rldo Phone 107.
A W Outer left for Hawaii today
In tho Milium Ken, nulling nt noon.
Mny Paradise, of tho Pacific Tor nolo
ready for mailing, at nil news Ktanda.
T II Ljons of Wnlhiku win among
thi' outgoing passengers In tho Mnuna
Tho Seaside cottages nre delightful
In tho summer time. Engage a cot-
Inge now for tho season.
Mrs V W Harris of Hllo left In
the Mnuna Ken nt noon. Sim expects
to ho hero ngnln enrly next month.
Captain Humphreys of tho Quarter
master's Department him, left today
on the Manna Ken for tho other Is
lands. Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Ynj 'fill bo surprised nt tta coollnr,
nnd preservative properties. California
Teed Co., ngents.
The White- Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) Is tho best sewing ma
chine In tho world. Bonny & Co , Ltd.,
stents, 1266, Fort strcot. Phono 488.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. X hone 143.
Supervisor O T. Shtpmnn of the
County of Hawaii, left for his post to
dav on tho steamer Mnunn Ken, which
sailed promptly nt noon. Ho was ac
companied liy Mrs. Shlpman.
The long nnd exceedingly technical
Uleice-Hutchlns casu Is still drugging
out In Judge Do1 Holt's court; although
tho gieater pait of tho evidence has
been taken, mid tho law) era are argu
The latest addition to the district
Is Miss llohrlg, daughlei of the man
ager of l.lhuo store. She arrived
last Sunday night. Doth she nnd
Mrs. Rohrlg itro well. Garden Isl
and. Cnpt. Sam of Klhcl, Maul, a del
egate to the Democratic convention,
which adjourned yesterday, left In the
Mauna Iea today. Refine the steam
er hacked Into tho atienm, Sam made
a political speech from the gangplank
of tho Mauna Kea His speech In Dug
Hull was pui Ocularly nmusing.
In the case of Enimn F. Wairen vs.
Aknln Nation el nl tho former has
iie!c(I for n wilt of injunction to io
etraln the latter fiom tnklng certain
property which Is claimed on a mort
gage. Tho petitioner clnlms that tlm
inoney for the mortgage, $1075.25, It
sued on a promissory unto has been
paid for the last thirteen icars.
Koreans blocked the hallways
around .ludgo Robinson s courtroom
this morning, on account of tho tiinl
of Yim Chong Kun, accused of em
bezzlement, which Is going on thero
now A lady Ii) tho numu of Mrs.
Iluchley, who Is said to be Interested
In Konus, was In inttend.ince nt the
tiinl, winch Is expected to toko suv
ei.il days to finltli.
GO TO TRIAl?
Wonderment Is being cxpiessed by
u gieat many people luteiested in the
Moses Kokl til.il, as to when the case
Is ever going to be leally tried. This
morning tho Jurors were illschargred
until 2 o'clock this afternoon, and the
rest of (ho Jiiioib wero ouleied to re
pint at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Whether this means that the case will
be hi ought to some sort of a speedy
conclusion or not Is a question that Is
worrying n great many. The lawjers
aio still having tho "talk-test."
John Marks tills morning doffed his
This Is tho result up to date of tho
tight Attorney Davis has made for his
client, sentenced to llvu jejis tu pris
on for horse bteallng.
"Thev wouldn't take It off last
night," said Davis, "but they did this
morning when the mandate of appeal
"Just toll tho peoplo that John
Marks, 101 them that John Marks Is
wealing citizens clothes again. Tell
them that the United Stutes courts of
Justice will never stnnd for such 'Jus
tice' ns has thus fur been meted out
to this man'"
Tho Hoard of Supervisors held n
short meeting nt noon today for the
purpose of pastdug tho following pay
Road Depaitmcnt $1151.51
Oarbago Depaitnient 433 CO
Road Dept, Alewa Heights.. 209.88
Ewa load dlstilct 1U22 50
Cormier's fees 24 00
No business was done outside of
passing tho above bills. Tlioto pres
ent were Chairman Hiistnco and Stip
crvlsors Kealohn, Dvvlglit and Archer.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
2 HE BEST "FITTER8" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
68 S. KING SI. PHONE 525.
in mm ports
1ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, May 18.
BAN rilANCIHCO -Hailed Maj 17
Am. bk. Amy Turner, for Honolulu.
Am. bktne. Irmgnrd, for Honolulu.
ASTORIA Airhed May 1C:
Huss. Iik. Dundee, helico April 30.
KAHUI.UI Arrived May 18
A.-H. 8. S. Texan, from Honolulu.
KAHUMJI Sailed May 17.
A, -II S. S. Alaskan, for San Fran
ribco, Tuesday, May 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrhed May 19:
O. S. S. Alameda, henco May 13.
Am bk. Andrew Welch, hence Apr.
NEW CASTI.i: -Sailed Mny 1C:
Am. rchr. Incn, for Honolulu.
SAN DIEdO Airled May 18:
A.-II, 9. S. Columbian, from Sallnu
Tuesday, May 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Salle.il May 19:
S. S. America Mam, for Honolulu.
.1 S d C C It U it g n It K 'i
WATERFRONT NOTES H
Among the p.isscngciB who went
out fur the Coast on tho Illlonlaii
this morning Is Captain William
(ioodinan, who Is to buy up ships for
James II. Castle, to be used hero for
tho handling of the Hawaiian De
velopment Co. nnd Hawaiian Mnhog
nnj Co outputs. He is to get stc.ini
ith, and may h:ic to go to the At
lantic seabo.ud In order to get tho
proper ci nft.
Captain (looilninu w-.is formerly lit
charge of the. Emily Whitney, le-
fclgulng command a few dnyH ngo in
oritur to tuke the Castle commission.
HILONIAN AND RITHET.
The M. N. S S. Illlonlnn nnd the
American bark It. P. Rlthct sailed at
the sanio time this morning, 10
o'clock, from the Matson wharf mid
the H.illioad wharf lespectlvely. The
windjammer beat the steamer In clear
ing the wharves and shipping and get
ting Into tho Btream, and bo went out
of the haibor first. As sbo passed the
slip out ot which tho Illlonlnn was
lust beginning to move, she dipped her
Hag tlueu times, and the steamer re
sponded with tnreu blasts of her whit
tle. Passengers decked in lels waved
adieus from the poop of thu retreat
Ing vessel, but It is certain that the
other crowd will bu tho llrst to say
how-do jo'ii do at tho other end of tho
Tho Illlonlnn took out the largest
cargo which she has ever carried, and
had besides all ot her passenger space
taken. She was loaded down until shu
lesembled ;i deep laden windjammer.
Altogether hho had about 2000 Ions
general cargo, Including 3100 bags
Biiar, 3000 bunches bananas, S9i!
cat'eii canned pineapples, 1000 cases
honey, IOOii bag3 rku, and a quantity
of ficbh pines and fiulu. tin deck.
The baud w.ih on hand us usual, but
depaited fiom the usual program this
time, long enough to play "Heio
Comes the Drlde," for the benefit of
Miss Mooar. who goes to the Coast
to bu man led.
CHAROEURS OFFICIAL DEAD.
Then. II. Davles & Co have their
Hag at half must this morning, In con
sequence of n cable Just lecelved fiom
Paris, uunoiinclng tho death of the
chairman of llm hoard of dlieetors of
the Chargeurs Remits, jcstcnla) This
French company handles sttamcia
which mako runs around tho world,
earning tourists nnd general fi eight,
nnd milking world loins pupulni by
their low l.iteii for passage. Their
BtenmerH mako this pmt en loule, one
of them, the Colan, Capt. Juunti, hav
ing been In port heio a fortnight ngo,
on her way from Yokohama to Sau
THE .MAUNA KEA and tho Mauna
l.oa sailed this noui fiom the Intel
island docks, ouo a few- minutes be
hind the other. Unth boats cairicd a
full list of passcngcis. The Mnuna
Kea goes to Maul and Hawaii porta,
and tho Mauna l.oa to Maul, Kau, mid
AT .1 P M. tho steamer W. O. Hall
gets away for Kauai ports and tho
steamer Iwalanl Balls for Maul and
Molokal ports. On nil these vessels
thero will bo home returning delegates
to tho Democratic Turrltoilal conven
tion held heio ycsteidny.
Till: AMERICAN DARK Kaliilaul
has been chartcied to carry Biigui
around tho Horn to Dcluwaiu llieak
water for tho Sugar Factors' Com
pany, tho lot blltig that which the
ship lliingalore, now piobably lost nt
sea, was to have taken,
THE It. P. RITHET, cnrrjlng nvo
passengers, and n full cargo of sugar,
departed for Sau Francisco. Tho Rltb
ot lias been repainted, In brown thlB
lime, and presents a very neat appeal
tinco. She. is ono of thu best of the
boats on tho island uin.
THE I1IO AMERICAN ship Dlrlgo
will piobably sail tomonow for Dela
ware Hreakwater with sugar. It will
bo the fifty-fifth voyage of her master
mound the lloin.
THE DARK S. C. AI.I.EN left this
morning about 9:10 o'clock for tho
Sound In ballast. She will loud lum
ber again for this port.
THE SCHOONER HEI.ENE moved
over to tho Railroad wharf this morn-
fM&fii-tdmtiinnftrimi,. . l Juiiidtlhtu-. . .,
A. N. SANFORP,
EYES EXAMINED and
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
Ing to load Walanno saw for
I'l.AdS ARE AT HALF MAST r i
ier tho harbor today on account o.
the death of August Dnler
. i ItM& fa
(OT NW bT HM
One hundred dollais feo for meie
ly appearing In couit was deemed
nither axoibltant by Judge I.tnilsny
thls moinltig. nnd on tho petition ot
Achl, J, A. Magoon hail his
charge cut down to the reasonable ,
sum of V-'t. It was In the matter
of the Hodilgucs estate, which M.l-
goon Is handling. He had i hnrged
two fees to the ostnlo, one for ?2f0
for eel tain legal work, and tho $2,"
feo for appearing In couit omo.
Doth have been piotestcd b Achl,
the first oi( (ho ground that the fee
should not be thaiged against the es
tate but against the thtec dirfeient
people Inteiested. Judge Muds.iy
li.-.a taken this matter under consld-
elation, for there Is a question ub to
whether tho estate or tho Individuals
should be c-hniged.
(Continued from Fane 1)
Gentlemen: In order to carry out
the spirit of the l evolution passed
last evening dealing )our commit
tee, I beg to tender my resignation.
I do this In the Interest of facilitat
ing the woilt )oui- (oinmltlee bus hi
hand. It Is desired that the active,
work of tho committee bo centered In
the liueluoss district for convenience
sake and someone appointed ns the
head of this committee who could de
vote considerable time to the work.
With my other duties I am not In a
poaltlon to regularly nttend such
meetings and certainly not hi n po-
tddou tu net as the head .of-the com
The action taken nt the meeting
last evening Imiircsbcs me ns being
eminently Renslhln. nnd In tlm line t
of bending tho work along. With
the organization ns now effected
theic seems no reason why l.ipld
progress should not now be made.
I beg to assure the committee that
eveiy facility of my offlce Is nt their
Dynamite Street Cars
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 18. Two of tho street cnisMielng oper
ated In spite of tho threats of the striking employes of the company wero
blown up by d)iinmltu placed on the tiucks. A number of persons wero
Injuied In the explosion. There is liothig going on among the striken!
nud their sjmpatlilzeis.
HONtlKONll, China, May IS. Tho
ichellton In tho Yunnan piovlnce, in
the southwest, Is glowing more se
rious. The provincial olllclnls liavo
appealed to Peking for rclnfoi ce
ments of (mops to subdue tho Insur
gents. SENATOR PLATT'S DIVORCE
NEW YORK, N. V., Mu 18. Tho
dlvoice suit biuught by Mao Wood
agahiu Senator Tom Piatt, whom shu
claims she mauled, was begun to
day. RAMMED TORPEDO BOAT
NEWPORT, It. I., May 18. Tho
naval launch Ilrcakcr rammed tho
toipedo boat Stlll-t to today, tho lat
ter having to ho benched to pievcnt
her sinking Thero weio no fatull
tles on either vessel.
Onrbiuen of tho battleship fleet row
over llov.er strown course of Alame
C O T lL TC S
i.ML ill JHL mik ,Wi
An Arrow Collar rightly chosen cts
right on your shirt, is becoming to
your face and fits your neck, i--- for ?.-.
CLUI.TT. I'E.MIODV ft I OMl'ANVvTroy, N, V,
"'iposal and nny nsslstnnco I can
H ider will be glndly gUeu.
I!. A. MOTT-SMITH.
Moved by J P Cooke nnd seconded
by II. P. Wood that this resignation
bo nccepted. Carried
Movi.il liv (1 W Smith nnd koiond-
ed by .1. 1. Cifoke that Oeo. It. Car
ter be chairman of (ho Executive
Moved by (I. W. Smith mitl second
' d bv 4. t. Peek that 1". I. Wnldron
ind I. A. McCalidlcss bo lidded to
Mae Executive Committee. Carried.
Moved by J, P. Cooke Hint I.. T.
Pr '( bo treasurer of this committee;
i "niled; c.iriled.
Moved by L. T. Peck thllt II. P.
Wood act us secretary of tho Execu
tive Committee; seconded; rurrled.
I Moved by I,. T. Peck that (1. W.
Smith lie Mi e chairman of the Exec
utive ConmiltUu. Seconded by J. P.
BRITTLE AND EASY TO BREAK
"Yes, the count Is n snap," con
fided thu pretty heliess. "I got him
for two million."
"Quito n b.ugnln," leplled her
"And the lie u cienhnn In iiliv.ni
fighting duels over In gay Pnree. Do
la full of ginger "
"How funiij !"
"Why, ho miiBl be n ginger snnp."
WILLING TO OBLIGE
"Ah, Mr. McMIiKrn," sighed the
Widow Hoollhnn, "sure, an' whin mo
ould man doled It left a big holo In
"Faith, Mrs. Hoollhnn," said Mr.
McMlcken, "an It's mesllf ns Is after
hnvln' a big heart. Would ye
nioliul tnl.hr part nv It t' till up th"
holo In jer own?"
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
bulletin gives a complete summary si
.ha nfwi of th nv,
I Scaled Tcndcis will bo lcrelvcd by
'the Supei Intention! of Public Works
until 12 in. of Mouda, Juno 1st,
1908, for the lonstiuctlon of n oue
Btoiy frame tcachci's cottage nt Will
mine, Oaliu, T. II.
Plans and specifications on fllo In
the ofllce of the Superintendent of
All tenders to be on blanks fur
nished by the Superintendent of Pub
Tho Superintendent of Public
Woiks reserves the right to roject
any or all bids.
Supeilntcndcnt of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., May 19, 1908.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 18.
The new treaty between the United
Stutes mid Gieat Ilrltaln, which deals
with questions of extradition nnd ot
the rights of tho vessels of cither
count! y to claim tnlvngo for assist
ance given to versels hi tho waters of
cither roitntrj, has been hlgned.
NEW SUGAR FACTORY
SANTA ANNA. Cal., Mify IS.
Tho California Sugar Company hys
been Inioriimnlcd. Tho plans of tho
ncw company mu for tho election of
ii SCOO.OOO. factory.
EMPEROR IS BETTER
VIENNA, Austria, Mny 18. Em
peror 1'rnncls Joseph, who was ic
portcd to bo seriously 111, Is lm
GOLD GOING OUT
NEW YORK, N. Y May IS.
Eight million doUais In gold was
shipped today for use In Euiope.
- - r r,n
'-tAeiri'ki'it, -..f-t i tiJ'A-tf .
Tuebday, May 19.
filmr. Mnuna Kea. Freeman, for Hllo
nnd wny isnts, noon
Ktinr. Mauna I)a, Slmerson, fur Ha
waii nnd Maul, noon.
M. N. 8. S Illlonlnn, Johnton, foi
San rrnnclsco. 10 n. in.
Am. bk. It. I'. Itithet, McDonald, for
Ban l-'r.iliclseo, 10 u. in.'
Am. bk. S. C. Allen, for Puget
Sound, 9:30 n In.
3 5r B IC 1C U 5C 5t K !C K K U !. ;t
n a n ti ii k u it. b. it t;,u una, ii n
Stmr. W. 0. Hall. Thompson, for
Kiiunl, 5 p. m.
Htmr. Iwalanl, Self, for Maul nnd
Molokal, p. m
n a n k u r. a n k st it, n o k v.
ft PASSENGERS DEPARTED W
Per Btmr. Mnunn Kea, Freeman, for
Mnul nnd Hawaii purtu, May 19. M
" t," nea, Rev. Y. Nunmurn, A.
Horner mid wife. Miss Ahiens, Mis,
Alliens, I.. A. (Iniusey, S. Soplllz, It,
W. Shingle, A. F. Jiidil, Miss I K.
Ward, Mrs. V. Wnrd, Mrs. Atuilu Ke
kuown, Miss Robinson, Mih. V. W.
Harris, J. 11, Castlt', h. A. Thurston.
William Wilder, W. C. Fe.uoci:, A.
W. T. lloltotnley, A. Mai-on. , John
Hind. Jiimcs C. Crano, Mr McSwau
von, S. K. Slvn, Captain Cuter, Cnn
lain Humphries, T. F. I.aiiBliig. Jlrn.
E. F. Wniren, Mis. Jlahiilu, MIsb N.
Weaver, (lio. I,. I.eannrd, A. Horner,
Jr., A. It W. Kerkhauer and wife, Miss
tlmco Webster. J. P. Cooke, .1. D.
Trenor, C. du Rol nnd wife, Mrs. T.
J. King, W. 11. Ilabbltt, P. Peck, W.
P. Olds nud wife. Dr. P. Sokln, H. I..
Kerr, William Chtlllngworth, Hong
Hop I.nng, S. A. Klin, J. Hoomanlx, I),
tocurgiis, l.oulsn Tine, Miss II. Du
pout, J, l.lghtfoot.
Per M. N. S. 8. Illlonlnn, Johnson,
for Snn Frnuclsco, Mny 19. Mrs. D.
Mclntyre, W. Illcnhdnrn and wife,
Mrs. O'Nell, Jcrald O'Noll, Mrs. Tarl
ton nnd 2 children, Mrs, C. Hudson,
C. II. Smith nnd wife, Mr.i. E. Castlo.
Mrs. True, child nnd Miss True, Mrs.
Ed Tim no and two chlldleu, Mrs. W.
J. Cooper, Mhs M. J. Coursen, MIsb
Mmy Sexton, J. It. Daggetl, Miss A.
Mooar. Mis. I.. Ryder, M, lliasch nnd
wife. Captain Goodman, Mrs, Chns.
Crane, F. M. Knight nud four In steer
ug'e. Per stmr Mnun.i l.oa, Slmerson, for
Maul, Kau nnd Kou.i ports, 12 m.,
Mny 17. E. Van Hao, and wf, John
Lincoln, Col. Snm Nonls, Oeo. C.
Hew 111, J. D. Purls, Cico. Kuiiwc, J.
Keauhakii, Mrs. Wright and servant,
Miss I.lzzlo Yntes, F. 11. McStocker,
E. E. Conunt, It. A. MeWnyne, W. II.
tl. Aineinann, Miss McStocker, Mis.
F. II. .McStocker. Carl Woltcrs, E. J.
Hardee. D O. Moy, E. Cant, Miss
Parts, Mis. M. McGulie, Sam Kelilnol.
F. I. Illls mid wife, Mis. You ell, Miss
Per bk. R. P. Hlthet, McDonald, for
San Franchco, May 19. Miss A.
Uertz, F. N. Uooth, R. H. Huppert.
Mis. C W. Tuerke, Miss Oertrudo
LOWER TARIFF ON PINES
(Continued from Page 1)
Tho duly on canned pines wus pie
vlously twenty-flvo per cent ndviiluicm
when tho pines contain not over II
per cent of original Biignr, I, e. Un
natural BWcelnesB of the pine. When
they contain over fourteen per ctnt,
tho duty Is thirty-five per cent ail
valorem nud ono cent per pound.
About a year ago tho Hoard of Ap
praisers Mcndered n decision inlslug
the peiccntngu of sugar from II per
cent to 21.09 per cent. This means
that tho lee-way for the Importer In
get his product within tho - per cent
duly Is extended.
About threu months ngo (ho Ma
nama people, who nro inipnrtora of
foreign pineapples secured n decision
allowing tho admission of plues con
mining not ovei 33 per cent of Mignr
lit tho lower lato of duty 25 per cent.
Tho Tieasitry Department appealed
with thu hoiio ot lutuinlug to tho basis
of 21.09 per cent or possibly lo tho
oilglnnl 14 por cent.
Tho people like tho sweeter pine
apple, nnd If thu Iluliama pine with tho
additional sugars is nllowed to go
upon tho markot on practically an
equality with thu Hawaiian, oui
gioweis lime, a now compi tltor,
Toinpoi.ituios fi a. in., 70; ,s a m
75; 10 a. in., 70; noon, 77; Moinliig
Uaiomclur, 8 a. in., 30.13; ali.;olulo
humidity, 8 a, in., G.S01 gialns per
cublo foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
C2 per cent; dow point, 8 a. m 01.
Wind fi a. in., velocity 4, direction
E.; S u. 111., velocity 12, direction NE.;
10 a. in., velocity 20, dlioctlou NE.;
noon, velocity 12, dliectlon E.
Rnliiliill dining 21 hours ended 8 a.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended at noon. 231 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U S. TNaake'r lluroi(
Remember that the Qarbaoe Depart
ment has promised to cart away ths
refute when you clean up your side
walk. Call up the department when
your part of tho work Is done.
to yourself and let us build that ci
iioe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
liave 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 Alapal.