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BVENINO nOUJlTlN, HONOLULU. T. H.. WEDNF.SDAYl-MAY 20, lflOi
man law I
Leahi Chapter No 2 Regular
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
S p. m.
All visiting members of die
order aro cordially Invited to
attftnd mrtliig of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Vt. 3. 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evory Men-lay evening si
T:SO In I. O O. l' Hall. Tort Stieet
11. H. HKNURY. Secretary
HBN. V VICKEUB. N. G.
All visiting brothen very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE. NO. 2, X. Or P.
Moats every 2d nud 4 th Tuesday
of each month at 7 30 p. m. at It. 1.
Hall, corner Fort and Ittrctanla Sts.
Visiting llrothers cordially welcome
V I. LYLE. C C
F. W LDRON. K. "f It & S.
0A1IU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet evory first nnd till id I'll-
day ovenlng ot 7 30 In K of V Hall
corner Fort and Heietanla Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
A O DKERING, CC,
JAS V , HlTn, IC n 8.
30N0LUIU LODGE 618, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu I-odgo No. 615, 11. P. ?
U., will meet In their hull on King
oar Wort street ovcry Friday even
"ns. t)y nrd.r ot the K It.
HENRY O. EASTON,
VM. II. MolNERNY. E. II.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
at tett every Saturday evening at
l:3 o'elotk lu K. ot r. Hall, cor
i'ort and Ueretnnla. Visiting broth-
r cordially lavltad to attend,
w. i.. FjiAsna, c.c.
E. A. JACOI180N, K.R-.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
MetH on the 2nd nnl 1th WKt
tiESDAY ovonlngs ot cacii mouth at
t:S0 o'clock In K of P. Hall, corner
BeTAtanln and Fort rtrosts.
Visiting SfciBles are Invited to nt
wid W. L. FRA7.EE, W Prest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1, 0. R. M.
Meots ory first and third Thurs
ayo of esoh month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brotherB cor.
ially Invited 'o attend.
J. W. ASCII. Biichom.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of It.
. .1 i i ,....
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Arc Arrived.
Wiro frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
is making the Best Homemade Bread
in town. Bo suie and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
IUH0IIES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel M. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
.Cod Liver Oil
A BOTTLE is the, best thing
I to hae in use where general
debility exists. It comes
' plain or with Crccsote and
iBenson, Smith &
HOTEL and TORT STS.
) gg2fc, PK
It will build you up
RHAMBEItS DRUG C3
POR. PORT AND KING STS.
WINION, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We have pink pearls and some cf
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also cold, silver, diamonds
tnd jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg,
.! I I
Cigar for Particulat People,
HAYSEIDEN TOBACCO CO,, LTD.
Wiping ChoiiK So.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., lite. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
YOU TRY A
Genera! Arthur Cigar'
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Sold on easy payments nt the
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL'
The warm days are gentle remind
i ers that there are cooler places else-
wheie. A little work will provide
I the place and the necessary cash. Try
the Bulletin Plan.
A..4 Hi t.AMt f.H TaI 0(51
l'anamn Imta clcaliod nt tho (Hobo.
f King tip Scotty's wticn you want a
gnod auto ride. Phone 107. "
Mr V A Jiihtimni rnmo In from
K.iunl on tlio Klnati today.
May l'nradlsu of tho Pacific for Ralo
read for mailing, at all nana Rtanda.
II 1) nloggctt was among tho ar
rival on the Klnau from Kauai to
ila) Judge tlnidy f tho Kauai clicutt
was nn arrhal n the Klnau this
Tho Seaxldu cottages aro delightful
In tho Hummer time. Engago a cot
tage now for tlio season.
Coat your liou roofs with "Arntlc"
Yo.i will bo surprised at Itz cooling
niul preservative properties. California
Teed Co., ngents.
Tlicio will be an lniMirtiint meeting
if lie root Tr.msiMirtatlon Coimnlt
Ice nl the olllce of Jan. V. Mmgaii
Tlimsday nflctnoon nt 4 n clock.
Tho White Family Rotary (lock anil
chain ulltch) Is tho best Hewing ma
chine in tho world. Denny & Co , Ltd,
igentB, 12CC, Fort street, Phouo 488.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the.
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phouc 143.
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrston Campbell has sent notices to
nil thoso pcoplo having no gutters on
their awnings that after thirty ila
f i inn date, they will ho proBccutcil II
tlio nceosaiy additions aro not m.ulr
Tlio following Vestiy wns elected
at tho meeting of St. AndiOw's Ca
tliottr.il Lint evening: Wnulcnx, It.
Cntton, II, M. ton Holt; Vcstijmcii,
E. '. .Ionian, E Telinoy PeiK, Tnm
Sh.iili, V L. Emory, (I. I'. HeiilMin,
(I. T Davles, .las. W'likellcld.
A (oiitract was nwnnleil to the Ho
nolulu It cm Works tho other d.i fur
the icpalilng of tho pumps and m
glnes nt the sewer pumping station
for $500. Tho pumps mid engine.
have been running for six K.us
Mr Van Dlno called on Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth this morning
to sec v hat arrangements had been
made for tho opening up of the pine
apple lauds nn the other side of Oa
ho. He snvs he wants to begin
planting hj September li at the lat
T. ti. Tliium'H hid for tho furnishing
of 221 arm thnlrs nud rcitiiu folding
cabinets for tlio new High School
building wai far and avvny lower than
that nf A II Ailclgh & Co. Tliium's
bid wan $70d."i0 If tlio things nro waul
ed In a hut i y, and ?t;.VJ.5n If ho Is al
lowed to bring them .uoiiud tho Horn.
Tho Arlclgh Co. bid was S1058.U.
I)r R:i)mond of Maul called on the
Acting Governor this morning with
icg.tlil lo the proposed exchange, of
lands In KnhlMutil which has been
under (onvldcratlou for home tlmu
past 'I lie Rajmond Ranch Com
pan) has (OiiHlileiiibln property that
Is good for agilciiltunil purposes,
splendid land, It Is said, while tho
Cov eminent holdings nl the present'
tlmu mo ((imposed of very pour hind
In that section or the country.
It Is proposed that some sort of an
eMliange lie canted out mi that the
County Supervisors of Maul will bo
able to coutiol tho Makena landing
there, which Is nt tho picscnt time
claimed by tho Ituymoml Ranch Com
pany. This will bo done so that
thero will be no squabbles as to laud
ing and wluirfngo fees. Mr. Mott
Smith Is Investigating tho matter but
(in nicount of tho going away ot Dr.
ItiijiiHind on the Manchuria ho will
do nothing definite for tho present,
EXTEND K0HALA DITCH
(Continued from Ptse 1)
"Tho ditch will bo uxtcndcl fhiiu
Walloa nud will Incliiilo tho waters of
I.aiipaboehoo One nnd Two lu Koha
la " said It. W. Shlnglo of tho Henry
Wnterhoiiso Trust Co. "This will
brldlo all tho streams In tho Kobala
moimtaliiH not now taken lu nt Will
loa. Tlio extension will bo two lo
Unco miles long, mid will bo built on
tho s.iiuo proportions as tho picscut
lino of ditch, and will supply water to
tho Hawl and Pmike.i lauds, Tho con
Icmplntoil Improvements Include tho
building of storage, reservoirs In what
Is called 'Outside Kohnl.i,' namely
"Tho cost of tho ditch extension,
reservoirs an dottier Improvements lu
contemplation will bo covered by an
assessment which ,w 111 In nil amount
to $56,750. Tho woik will ho begun
Immediately, but wo ran not nt pres
ent stnto lion; long It will take, as It
has not ns )ct been decided whether
It will ho most advantageous to rush
It or not "
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING 81. PHONE 525.
TABLE . REPORT OP SAN
8aturday, May 16.
1111.0 ArrKcil May II:
Am, bk. Annlo Johnson, fiom San
Am. bktno Auroia, henco May 12.
IIII.O Sailed May 13
Am. schr. Jns. Hulpli, for" Kiiainpall.
Ull.O Sailed Maj 14.
Am. bk. 0. C. Tubcy, for San Fran
Monday, May 18.
BAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 17.
Ajn.'hk. Amy Turner, for Honolulu.
Am. bktnu. Irnignril, for Honolulu.
ASTORIA Arrhed May Ifi:
Unas. bk. Dundee, henco April 30.
KAHULUI ArrlM-d May IS:
A.-II. S. S. Texan from Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed May 17:
A. -II. S. 8. Alaskan, for San Fran
cisco. Tuesday, May 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlud May 13;
O. S. 8. Alameda, henco May 13.
Am hk. Andrew Welch, henco Apr.
NEW CASTLE -Sailed May 16:
Am. schr. Inca, for Honolulu.
SAN D1EOO Arrived May 18:
A.-H. 8. S. Columbian, from Sallna
Tuesday, May 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 19:
S. S. America Mam, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, May 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 20.
S, S. Nebraskaii from Kahutul, May
SAN FRANCMSCO Sailed May 20:
3. 8. Nuvadan. f"r Seattle.
Schr It. O. Wrlrht. for Mnhukona.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 20:
8. 8. Nippon Marii, for Honolulu.
flAVIOTA Arrived May IS:
Sp. Fnlls of CI) do, henco May 2.
tlAVIOTA Arihed Ma 20
Sp. M. E. Chllcott, henco May n.
Kill Sailed May ID:
S S. Manuka, for Honolulu.
5AN D1EOO Sailed May 20:
S S. Columbian, for San Francisco.
KAI.AUPAPA--Arrived May 18.
Schr. Honotpu, fuim Ora)'s harbor.
SCIENTISTS MAY VISIT
(Continued from Paje 1)
niunlcatcd with sover.il other men
whoso names me glvon lu his tetter.
The communication leads as fol
Washington, I). C,
April 27th, 19US.
My Dear Sir. -At tho meeting of
this Assocl.it lou held In Ch lingo but
January nn Invitation was pu-sciilcd
b) Professor C. C. Nutting, lepioscn
ting Mr W A. Hrjaii (who was tern-
pornrih ill), asking tho Association
to hold a meeting In Hawaii in the
summer of 1910. Ily a resolution of
the Joint committee of tho Associa
tion, this Invitation was accepted,
("provided suitable uriangcmcnts
merits can bo made.")
At a meeting of tho Committee on
Policy of this Association, held In
Washington on tho 21st of this
month, I wan Instructed to gain fur
ther information regarding this lis-
I tat inn lu order that It may hu plan'
ed before the Association at Its suae
nier meeting to bo held from Juno
29tlf lo July 4 til nt Hanover, New
Hampshire I imi.i therefoie, wilting
to )ou ami to tho gentlemen whoso
names appear below to ask whether
the invitation Is a general one lu
wlili h the people of the Islands me
Inleiesled. and thus whether tho As
sociation will bo nulto welcome. 1
wish further to nsceitaln whether
there Is n probability that a strong
ON IB- CONTRITE JAPANESE
t TELLS HIS STORY OF WOE J
The American often rental kB that
he would llkp to know tho mental
process by which one of the Oriental
raies giasps tho Christian religion,
Tho popular Impression is that tho
J.ip.inosu and tho Chinese, bom and
iiMrnl in their mother-country, 'nc-
(eit the forms and phrases ns a mat-
ler of form nlono.
A letter which Is ono of tho best
examples of how u Japanese thinks
his icllglmi In tho English language
was iccclvcd exactly ns given below
by a well-known business man ot
San Francisco, May 5
I havo received our letter In
closing Maid's today. I am bo much all men I havo confesaed when I know yet tho will ot God whether
thankful your kind words cuuccin- hao testified my Bins nnd true eoi He do allow us to unite on this oe
Ing my sinful nnd dirty conduct. vertlon (Hint Is Tho Holy Splilt has cation or not tbeiefore I wish to sfce
Tho dog on your houso Is greater Ilnptlzcd mo on 4th of Feb.), bo that hoi first, then If God'a will It must
than I inn. Tho worms on a tieo are thotory whlth I limo wroght by rovlel to mo that I may oby His
woithler than this hellish sinner or my hands and hem t on Hint Island, will, Any how I am euro J lhat 1 will
a greatest hypocrite, who deceived was known already on that day by take caio and piotect hor with my
men and sin against God tlio al- God and men. best power, So thnt there shall bo no
mighty ami most rlghtlous. Ah. 1'ralsc the Loid. Jesus Christ has tioublo at nil. I'lenso beg the thou
wlien I returned to myself nftcr I show his lovo and rlghtlousucss sands of pat dons of my transgies
hao committed my great sin, I felt timing mo tlio cheat of sinners on slons nud sin against lircthoiii on (ho
bo sorrow, tho conipnnctliin pcurcod eaitli; nnd Ills groat tender mercy Island, for God lias nlieady foigavo
through my llttlo he.ut llko a two shone to men through mo tlio whlto mo. Amen. A Iamb of God Is no
edged sword. This sorrow which painted tomb which contund such a. longer tho wolf which bit tho church
dwelt In mysottl at' that tlmo was filthy bones and dungs. God created of God.
i clinked me with' a tcrllble power, nowimin & now heiut In mo, for "Ij Ploaso oxcuso my had wrlghtlng,
so I havo cryland cried over ngulli
mid again In. ,. , . After 1 have loft
tho Island, tlio sins tool; on lionil
with mo In my heart, so they were
EYES EXAMINED and I
Over May & Co
committee on reception and arrange-
incuts will be Instituted nnd espe-
daily whether, III )our opinion, nr
rangenioiits can bo made for free
transportation or for very great rc-Jl'j
ductlon In the cost of transporta - -
tlon. Moreover, can )c i sugg t any
speclllc fcntuies of irf est tir give
me any general facts lul'itlug to pio
liable entertainment? Would it ho
possible, for tho gentlemen listed be
low, to whom I linvo Bent ithls let
ter, t6 hold n meeting to discuss the
matter and send me n Joint reply or
will you send mo mi Individual ic
Ply? It will lie well If the iiifoimutlnu
Is In my hands by tho 29th of June,
hut no final action will bo made bc
foio the next nild-w Inter meeting to
be held In Baltimore.
Ilcltove me, my dear sir,
Yours mo3t Btnccrcly,
(Signed) L. O. HOWARD.
Ills Excellency, Tho Governor,
Honorable V. F. Frcar,
Honolulu, Hawaii Territory.
Communications addressed to:
Chnlrman, Hoard of Agriculture and
Forestry, Albert F. .Itidd, W. It. Castle,
Iiriln A. Thurston, C. M. Cooku, ex
Governor 8. II. Dolo, all of Honolulu
H ? it -U
May 20, 1)08.
Tempci.ituics G a. in., 72; 8 ii.m.,
77; 10 n. m, 76; noon, 78; morning
Ilaiomctci, 8 a. ni 30.09; abso
lute humidity, 8 n. in., S.ISO grains
per cubic foot; relative humidity, S
a. in.. r. per oni ; new point, s n.
m , i'S.
Wind C a. in., velocity 14, direc
tion E; S a. m., M'loclty 12, direc
tion E; 10 n. in., velocity 11, dliec
tlon NIC; noon, velocity 17, dlicctlon
Rainfall dining 21 hours ended
S a. in., .on Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
boms ended at noon, 31 1 miles.
VM. R STOCKMAN.
Scrtlon Director, n 3. TJler UiireaH
Fine Job Printing; at the Bulletin.
Democrats For Exclusion
FRESNO, Calif., May 19. Tho Democratic Ststo platform declaies
In favor ot tho exclusion of all Asiatics.
EIGHT METHODIST BISHOPS
I1ALTIMORE, Mil.. May 19.
Methodist Conference elected
RUEF JURY OUT
BAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 19.
The Ruef July has been locked up for
NEW COLLIER LAUNCHED
NEW YORK. N. Y May 19. Tho
collier Vestal has been launched.
stung my whole body as tlio nails of
tj10 jcll(,. a tJ0 Bi,p this way I
, . ,, , , .. .
bavo spent m tl.no a long long da) a
-i; "'" BI "'"".know. Toll them publicly. Thero
1000 ycnLs to mo. It lniulo mo al-
most to death, for 1 got u bad slck-
ness about 2 or 3 weeks. After I
havo suffered a gleat sorrow nnd te-
morses, havo offeied tho pnocis to
my God, In older bo foiglvon fiom
all sins nnd transgressions. Prnlso
the Lord. Christ Iuib forgnve nil my
sins, and Ho washed my honrt whiter
than snow (It was took place on 4th
Feb,) in this city. Thank God. I I wish you send miss Mnkl to hero
am put o and clean, oven though I that 1 may tuku (aio ot hor with my
havo beon one leprosy, but Jesua best, but I can't day whether do mur
wiiBhed mo by his own blood. llefor,,rlo with her or no, because I do not
have died to thu woild nud tho world
died to mo" so 1 am born ot tho Splr -
it, Yes tlio Holy Spirit la tostlfxlng
'with my splilt that I am the child
MM ME RATo
I)r? Cofer, President of the Itoaid
of Health, tomiil.ilned some time ngo
list, thero were a number of wooden
fl'h - walks In the city which seivcd as
I met and hiding-places for rats, linn
he iiJlcd Hint the authorities take
"10 Illl,,cr i aim compel mo piup-
i V 1 "" I If IB III lilt il vv.mvi w...
Superintendent of Public Wniks
Maraton Campbell had the matter re- i
, lc, (0 ,, by the County Supcri
vuois, nnd he has notified the owners
front of whose proporty there mo
1 wooden Bldo,wnlks that they mu?t
' tcatheso up and place cement walks
in their place.
lltds for what is said will hu the
finest wharf-shed In tho Pnclllc
will bo advertised for on Mny
27. This Is tho steamer, freight nud
passenger depot which will bo con
structed on the Alaken stieet wharf,
and for which nn appropriation ot
$45,000 has been made.
This shed or depot will excel any
thing of Its kind mi the Pnclllc, It Is
said. From tho way Maraton Camp
boll speaks, It Is likely that there will
bo somo lively bidding for the con
tiact. iram wants to
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth Is sill,
walling for an answer fiom Georgo
Fnlrchlld legardlng tho proposed ex
changes of Knpia lands by tho Gov
cimtiont with llw Makeo Sutar Com
pany. Just a week ago he wirelessed
to Falrchltd, telling him that hu ex
pected somo word In the-near future,
legardlng the stand that Col. Spaldlip;
look. Ho will wrlto to him again noti
cing him thht ho wants to hear some
word ra to what hau been going on.
Spalding should h.tvo been located by
this lime, and for that leason, tho
Acting Governor thinks ho should
have somo word from Fnlichlld.
Work by )oung man; willing to do
mi) thing. Addiess "A. IC," Ilill
RICH MAN'S SON
MURDERS HIS FATHER
NEW YORK, N. Y Jvlay i9.
George V. Stcrrf, nillllonnlic, was
Killed by his son tonight. Tho latter
RIOTING IN CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND, Ohio", May 19.
The sticet-ear ilotlng continues.
Four pcoplo were wounded today ami
ono boy decapitated under a car.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY "mH
of God. Oh dear Mr tell my
'"' secret sins and wonderful saviour
who B.ivqd mo from all my sins toll
((( oycry w )(m
must not any sccict at all, for sin
ner Is sinner. If )ou kindly tell of
this ilieudful sinner, stoiy, my splilt
Is lejolco with Holy Splilt. not be
muse this sinner inadu known to
mankind, but simply ' because tho
great, saving pouer and meiey or the
gliry of Jesus Clnlst mas iindeistand
and pioclalm by this gicalcst liypo-
for It Is nearly my host,
I Yours lespoclfully.
)! K 3 IC 3f K 3 K 13 lif K) K 30 IC 55 30
K 5? K H 31 31 K K K 3C 35 31 K 35 3t 34
Wednesday, May 20.
Stmr. Nllhnu, Onessf from Honiiaiio,
9:15 a. m.
Stmr. Mlknhala, Tullctt, from Koloa,
: 8:io u. in.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, fiom Kauai,
I a. m.
X Jf 3i 35 3 8f K K 3: 3C K K W 30 3 W
K t DEPARTED .
H M JJ 3S M K it K K K 31 K 8 St'M 1?
Tuesday, May 19, '
Stnlr W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, S p. in.
Stmr. Ivviilanl, Self, for Maul and
Molokal, G p. in.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Kavval
hap, MnhuKon.i, and Kiikulhaelc, with
explosives, 5 p. in.
Wednesday, May 20.
Am. hklnc. S. O. Wilder, C. Jack
son, for San Fianclsco, 10 n. m.
.". X K 1! K S H J( M li'ii Jf M 5S
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
" t ir if :r x, k it it a w it k a u if
Per stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from
Kauai, Mny 20. G. Ewart and wife,
Mis. W. A. Johnson, W. (1. Smith,
Miss Cushlnghnm, Miss McCnbc, A.
V. Peteis, A. Rlchley, Pah On, Chlng
Yung, Miss Gonsnlvcs, II. D. Sloggctt
wife nnd children; Judge Hardy, Jas.
Morse, Miss L. Frcltas, Mrs. 11. A.
Jaeger, M, Mlura, Wong Iing, Oz.i
wa. Miss Mnsnko, Miss Ozukl, Rev.
Yce Kin, and 01 deck.
JS B tt Ji M IC K ,K M 5c X f 35 :t
Jt to K It 3 3i 2: M 3 M 3C K 18 35 X
THOUGH THERE ARE no plans on
tho part of tho Inlcr-lslnnd Slenmshli
peoiilo for tho l milling of cxcmslonx
for tlio licet. Manager Kennedy stnles
that ho has tho boats, and would uso
llieni, cither to go out to meet tho
Heel, or for oilier runs In the s.imo
connection,, If tho ciovvds can bo got
ten to niako It pay. This Is ciulto nat
ural, ho thinks, hut ho is not making
any schemes ahead, as he dovs not
know what tho Inteiest hero will hu
hcfoichand nor at the tlnio of tlio ar
rival. Ho thinks that tho question of
whether tho fleet will bo split up, or
Honolulu will have all or It will play
a big part lu the question.
THE P. M. S. S. MANCHURIA,
which sailed somo days ago from Yo
kohama for this port, s expected In
Filday morning, early, with 1500 tona
of freight for Honolulu, mid wth
room for about 10 passengers lu tho
cabin. That number Is now booked,
uml It Is piohihlc that accommoda
tlous tin tho big boat will not ho suf
ficient for the number of those who
will want to go out'lii her.
THE K1NAU CAME III earl) this
morning fiom Kami, liilnglug a limn
her of passengers, nud n cargo com
posed of tho follow lug: 8310 h.igt
sugifi, 50 bundles hides, S bundles
pelts, 28 empty carboys, 27 empty wlno
casks, 3 empty wlno kegs, 1 horses,
nud 100 packages sundries.
THE A.-II. 8. S. VIRGINIAN sull-i
from San Francisco today for this
port with freight and mall, tho depnit
uro of tho boat marking tho beginning,
of tho now American-Hawaiian Steam
chili Co. schedule.
THE NOEAU SAILED )esleiday nf
teinoon at 5 o'clock, carrying explos
ives for Knwnlhae, Mnhukona, and Ku
kiilhnelo, as she usually does every
thlid week In tho month.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Nll
hnu nrilvcd this morning with Hoiiu
apo sugar, nmouullng tli 6800 lings.
Sho also In ought 51 head of cnltlu,
and 19 head calves.
TEE T. K. K. S. S. NIPPON MARU
sailed fiom Yokohama this morning
for this port with 300 tons general
cargo to be discharged lu Honolulu.
THE AMERICAN ship Dl.lgo moved
out Into tho slie.un this morning, pie-
paratoiy to sailing for Delavvaio
THE AMERICAN harkentlno 8. G.
Wilder sailed this nioinlng lor Sun
Francisco, deeply l-ulen with sugur.
THE M1KAHALA arrived this inoin
lug from Koloa with 4800 lugs of
OF FtftT TO k
oft f MMI
A special meeting of the Fleet
Tinnspoilntlon Committee s cnllel
for tomoi low afternoon nt 1 o'clofl;
lu Jan F. Morgan's otfltc.
A full attendance of thu memheiH
Is p.iitlcularly icciuested, as tho In
tention Is to tuko up tho Impoituiit
matter of (onvo)lug i;i guosta
of tho city tluough Pearl Haihor.
Pe.ul llaiboi has been tho center
of National Inteiest for tho pnBt six
niontlisr and of necessity It will bo
one historical point tho. offlcois nnd
moil of tho Fleet oxpact to see.
3!t3r-"Por 8;':" ;ards at Bulletin.
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 vou will wonderhow we can
do it. We've done it, however; so
Charles D; Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,
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