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EVENINfl nULLETTN, HONOLULU, T It. TIUTtlSDAY, MAY 21. 1!)0"?.
Lealil Cliaotcr No 2 Regular
Hawallin First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p in.
All visiting members of he
order are eordhlly Invited to
attend nuttings of local lodges
'IARM0NY LODGE, No 3. L o. o. r.
Meets every Mond-iy evening fit
3u In I O O V. Hull. Kort Stieet
15 It HEVPliY. Secretary
DEN K 1CKERS. N 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets ere-' Id and 4th Tuowlnv
of exch month at 7 20 p ni at K P
Unit, corner I jrl and Peretanla Sts
Visiting nrot'icr oordiilly welcome
W L 1.M.E C C
F W VLDRON K of K S. S
OAIHJ LODGE. No 1. K. of P.
Meets every fl-st and third Frl
day ovenlng at T '0 In K of P Hall
corner Tort and Beretanl Vlltlnr
brothers cordlsll) Invited to attend
A Q nEKItlSO. C C
JAS W Vv HITE, K R S
ON0LULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No C16, U. 1 O
., will meet in tholr hall on Kins
soar Tort street overy K'day even
ing. Dy order or theJi H.
H15NUY C. EA8TON,
VM. II. MclNERNY, K. H.
Wjc. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K of P.
Meets every Saturday ovenlng nt
fSO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
?o.t and lleretsnta. Vlsitinc broth
rs cordial! Invited to attond,
V. L rUAZCE, CO..
E. A. JACOUSON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mists on tlia 2nd ind 1th WED
fVKSDAY evening of eacn month at
T.30 o'clock In IC of P. Hull, corner
'Wotnnlu and Kort streets.
Visiting Uagles am Incited to at
W. L FRA7.15I5, W . Prcst.
H. T. MOOKI5, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Moots otary llrst and third TtitirS'
Inyo of each mouth at Kulghts nf
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. V. ASCII. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of H.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Arc Arrived.
Wire frames made by order,
' OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
fc. Leis, Cut Floweis, Curios.
is mibng the Best Horae-na.le Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will dcluer at your door.
' CALL UP 107
LUNCHES and DRINKS
Ths most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel M near Fort.
Jaok Scully, Jick Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS, F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
10M05 Kraa ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Tine Job Printing at tlio Bulletin.
ii IliJllili iKl 'lift I III " iiia'aWfUli Ie Jti'i i
Cod Liver Oil
A BOTTLE is the best thing
to h.r.c in use where general
debility cxist3 It comes 4ft
plain or with Creosote and
I Benson, Smith &i
) Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL and FORT STS. jL
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
TOR. FOP-T AND KINO STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-AEROW 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, wc buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSEJUEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
Kins Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
KINO ST. NEAll BETHEL
Dealeis m Furnituio Math esses,
Etc. Htc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
YOU TRY A
General Arthur Cigar
M. A. Gouist & Co.
Sold on easy pajments at the
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
ni.Hiillieillft i ilflin .WcUia .. eilli A M l.x,,,tubtiiMt Ml tt Hi'' MteliiWitiTW'i ,i .1 .'
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There arc fifteen hundied subscrib
ers to the Bulletin m Honolulu
alone; renewals or extensions
brought in from them count just as
much towaid a Vacation Trip as new
1 Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
I Panama lints cleaned at tho (Hobo.
, A 1'urlmlo of Maul nnled Ihls
morning In tho Clnudlnc.
I Ring up Sutt)'B when you want n
good auto rldo. Phono 107.
Mi I'fotchhaucr will go, to Kiui.il
this afternoon, leaving nt 5 'o'clock on
I tlio Klnnu.
I Sing ou, n lu online nt Chinese mei
.chant, riiuiu back toda), imlvliu, on
tho steamer ('l.iiidlno.
Tho Soaslelu cottages arc delightful
In the summer time. Engago a cot
tage now for tlio season.
Isabella Salamanca took the poor
lemv let's o.illi thin inouilng Slio lias
In in In prison four months.
PiclHo Hcbekah I.odgo No 1, I O
O F, will meet In Odd Fellows hall
tills Thursdn) evening -it 7. JO
Among thi nirlvals on tlio Cl.ul line
this liionilng fiom Maul wiih A. Now
I), bookkeeper tit tlio Wiilluku Sugar
Mrs W. II Hlcc and child of Kauai
will leave nt F (it lock this nftoruoon
for her homo sailing on tho steamer
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yoj 'fill be surprised at tU cuollne
and iireserwithe properties. Cali'oml i
Feed Co , agents.
Jlii A 15 C.utcn mid Mls I'alkun
licig win iiniong tho l.idy p isscugerti
who (.nun In this morning on tho
Scun J.iiMtioso gnmbler wtro fined
$7 mil ui"l b Judgu Andiiido thlit
moinllng Ihey wire nil now Intuitu
is far iih the p'llleo rcconla hliov.ul
The WUte Family Hotnry (lock am'
chain stitch) la the best sowing ma
chine In tho wot Id. Iicnny & Co , Ltd ,
agents, 126G, Port street. Phono 4S8.
Your typewriter should be kept in
rxcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd ,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143
J II Mackenzie and Antone Tu
mi res of Maul wero Incoming ptsscn
gcrs o'l tho Clauilino todn. Mi. T.i
wires Ih n well known citizen of Mn
Will mi pitrlotlc .nnn iiiin In
Honolulu oluiiteii to net its iii.ii
rh ill for the (1 A R on ntunurlnl
dii, Sl.i .111? AildtLKH S'. I. Eaton,
II. M Kaullio, ineinliei of tho tnhl
llouso of lUprcsuitutlxLH, who tins
Ik en htio for mjiiiu lime, will le.vo
for his hiimu nt Kolinln on Tuesday
next, on tho steamer Manna Ki.i. Ka
nlho said that he will run again for
Captain Corw In P Roes, U. S. N
has been I in I ted to dellcr the ad
dress nt tho cxciclxcs In Honolulu
on Memoilal Diy, Ma 1'). Captain
Kirs Is u niLinliii of tlio Grand Army
of thu Ittpulillc and a Coiup.iiilon of
the I.ojnl Legion.
Mtn Klin, n Hawaiian woman
whb BlM-ii n stiff benteiico In tlio Po
llo Court this morning on a charge of
assault and bittery Shu had beaten
n Hawaiian man to such tin extent
th it ho had to he tnken to tlio hos
pital for up.ilrs. .Hid tho fun wl'l
oaiibi hir to languish In Jill for two
A3 soon an (he iirdir Is received
fiom .1 man b) Consul (ietior.il S.ilto,
be will .uitlioilzc tho construction of
the now ofllchil nullum- of thu .lap'
imeso Consul (ieiiei.il heie. The lo
callt Is ut thu comer of Niiu.inu and
Kinklnl streets, thu former Japancso
Consulate Tlio buildings, three In
all, will cost in tlio neighborhood of
Euguuio I)uauc!ic!Io wits this
inclining released i.n his own rccog
nlzailco to niinur befjru .ludgo Hob-
Innin's court on Mouda Theio was
coiihldeinhlo (Omission (his moiulug
us to tho juilsilletlon of tho Couutj
Sheriff III releasing him wllhout ball,
hut tills was all (leaiel ep by a statu
mint from thu Attorney General.
.1 A Combs tlio stenographer, was
found outside tlio Grill Inst ulglit Willi
a wound in Ills scalp Ho nppearH lo
hao had an altercation with Hack'
m.iii (Ionic ho in tlio Grill, but whelli
or this had nn thing to do with his
wound tlio police do not know. Combs
was taken to thu Queen's Hospital,
whero his wound wns patched up. Ho
was taken to his homo In u hack.
Pilncess Theresa will celebrate this
o cuing. This Ib tlio day tho club wns
orgniiUed and alto celebrated her
daughter's blithday, Princess Virginia
Knho.i Kaahumanti Knlhlkiiuunuhana
Nlnlto Sumner Wilcox, who In four
teen enrs old todaj. Tho Princess'
frknds am Imiteil to bo present nt
her hall thin evening nt 7:30 to lieu
thu Innd plaj. Tluro will bo dancing
At r o'clock yesteiday nftornoon,
Gtorgo 11, Spalding, undo of 15. I.
Spalding of Sprockets Dink, died at
tho icsldcuco of A Sinclair, on Piiuih
bowl stieot. Tho deceused was 7'l
juirH of ago nnd Ills clo.illi wns dm
lo old ago Mi Spalding wns lioin In
Salem, Mass., anil tnnio to Honolulu,
wheio ho conducted u husluoss for
some time Ho was a badioloi, his
nuphew mid family being tho onh iel
utives heie. Tho funoral takes placo
this afternoon at 3 oclock from A
Sinclair's rosldento on Punchbowl
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE 625.
IN hlf ll!S
"ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, May 10.
HII.O Anlved May 14.
Am. lik. Annie JoIiiilou, from San
Am. bktne. Aurora hence May 12.
1III.O Sailed May 13.
Am. pclir. Jns Rulpli, for Kaanapali
1IILO Sailed M-i H
Am. hk. 0. C. Tobej, for Snn Fian
Monday, May 18.
BAN FRANCISCO -Sailed May 17
Am. bk. Am Turner, fur Honolulu
Am bktnu. lrmgnid, for Honolulu.
ASTORIA Arrived .May 1G:
Rush. hk. DiiiuKi, hence April 30.
KAHULUI Anlvid May IS:
A.-II. S. S. Texnu from Honolulu.
KAHULUI Sailed May 17:
A. -II, S. S. Alaskan, for San Fran
Tuesday. May 19.
SAN FRANCISCO-rrlved May 19:
O, S. 3. Alami-ili, hence May 13.
Am bk., Andrew Welch, htnto Apr.
NEWCASTLE -Silled Mny 10:
Am. echr. lnca, (or Honolulu.
SAN niEOO-Anlvcd Mny 18:
A.-II, S, H. Columbian, fiom Salina
Tuesday, Mny 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May lfl:
S. S. America M iru. for Honolulu.
Wednesday, May 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 20.
S. S. Ncbrpskau ' inn Ki'.liulul, May
SAN FRANCISCO-Siilled May iO:
S. S. Nuvndan for Seiltli
Sclir. H. C. Wilflil for M.ilmkoiia
YOKOHAMA Sal id Mn 20:
S. S. Nippon Mini for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arilvul .May IS:
Sp Fulls of Civdc beiico Mny 2.
OAVIOTA Art Ived M iv 20
Sp M. 15. Chlicott hence May 5.
Fill Sailed Mn) 19.
S. S. Manuka fur Honolulu
3N DIF.GO Slllid M i)' 20:
S. S. Columbhn, for San Francisco
KALAUPAPA-AnlMd M.i) IS
Sclir. Honnlpu, from Grn) s luiibor.
na m -
S K X 31 M i ft rt ,t it 1 3f it H
rf WATERFRONT NOTES
I M ) ( )l X X X K K X K 'J
AN ATTF..MPI' W S inado to JugJlo
discharge papeis foi ,t suamin, which
tamo to light todoi at thu Shipping
Commissioners ol'ic J, ll.inii, a
.l.ipnncLe rook on ihi Aineilcau hhlp
Oillgo, gut dlscluugc pieis In Chill,
and transportation to this port, bound
for New- York Heie, ho rcsblpped on
the Dlrlgo, find another Jupiuese, who
wanted to bctbln boy on the Kalu
Innl, showed up with thu papers Ho
signed In tho same handwriting that
ll.un i h I used, making himself out
us .1. II.' in i, but tho fraud was detect
ed. CAIll.i: ADVICI5S were lecelved
jesteidnv evening by Ciiftle Iz Cooke
ngeuts of thu Matron Steam N.ivign
Hon Co , Hint tlio Lurline. Capt Weed
on, the coiiipiU)'s now Hte.uui-lilp, his
.uilved fiom Ncwpoit News 11k
e!-e' Ih lo bo on tho San Fianiiiio
Honolulu mn. Sho iimde the dip in
52 (I i) H. She Is fi'OO ton i gross
Till: P M S. S. MANCIU'RIA Is
cpcct(d tiiiiioiiow inurnlng fion Vo
kohiMu.i, Willi 1CU0 tons of frvlglit for
this poit Sho will bring mall, and
take on mill for tho Coast. Shu will
piobnbl) sail later In tlio da) for Sin
LII5IITI5NANT COMMANDF.R Cai
lei will be trausfcircd to ouu of the
ballleshlpc when thu licit nnl-es
heie, being telleveil lit that time of
ills prifi nt (oniinancl, tho U S S lio
TWO SMALL LAMPS foi Kauai
lights will bo shipped nut b) I ho V
S. I5ngluier's olllco on tlio Klnnu this
nlteinoon Auolhei lamp Is going lo
Maul, foi 11 inn harboi, on (be next
TIII5 INTI5IMSLANI) steinioi
ClnuilliiL',1 llennett, utilved lino this
morning, from Hllo unci .Maul ports,
with lSJU bags sugar, 20 coidb of
wood, CO hogs, nnd 209 packages sun
Till; HARK KAIUI.ANI sailed nt 2
o'clock this nftornoon for Kaanapali,
Maul, In tow, to load siignr for San
THi: SCHOONKR And) Miihono),
which silled fiom this poit Apill 23d,
in ihed ill Gr.i)'H Harbor eatercl.i).
lllds wero oponcd nt noon tod ly by
Fulled Stales llnglnoer Capt. Otvvell
for materials to ho Ui-cd In tho ion-
stiiictlon of lighthouses ut NnLnlelu,
Maul, ami ut Knlliio una Apopo,
Hawaii, It being stipulated that all
bids tun fur ono oi inoro outfits. On
the IioiiwoiL nlono, with ono or two
of tho wood Jobs, tho Honolulu lion
Winks bid $i:!8.43 nnd Cuttnn, Nelll
d Co. bid 1 12.80. Theo. A. Davles
K Co hid on the hnrdwaro by single
Hems mid 15. O. Hall & Sou, Ltd , bid
In tho simo way, and It Is probable
that ouu will get the continct la
homo of Iho Items nnd tho other In
tomii of tho othei Items. Allen A.
lloblntoii wero the only bidders on
Chang King, a Chinese, was fined f"
and coats lu Iho Pollco Couit tbla
morning for earning swill In a con
tainer which did not conform to tho
ligulutlotis of tho Hoard of Health.
remove Eye Dcfcts with a
rub of the firu;cr.
Wc lit glasses for defective vision
A. N. SANFOBD,
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
I IBNIE IB
Itov. Ml.vagiwn Tsui i I ui" n
the most hlghl) film ' -I i ni J
missionaries of Japa whine lesl
denco Is In Toklo, Is pected to in !
live heiu In .lune. II tuning Is duo'
to nu Invitation extend d lo him b) .
Rev T. Okimlurn of this dty lo'
preach to tho .lupancbc In llnvvall I
Rev. Ml)agawn will stij-hc-u forj
Kimo tlmo preaching nnd lecturing In
all tho Japineso chinches and schools.
He Is unnuestlonlbl) Hie best mis
sionary Bpenktr In Japan nnd his
presence hero Is regarded as tho mobt
valuable assistance that could bo se
emed for mlsslonnr) work among tho
Japanese In theso Islands. Rov. Ml
jagnwn will be n guest of Rev. Ol.it
Another prominent Japanese cvsn
g(llst, who is expecled lo p ihs Ihiotig'i
heiu Ibis .vc.ir, Is Rev. Fblna D.injlo,
who Is on u lour around tho woild.
Ho Is on his wn) to thu United Stales
from London, wliero bu has done u
great deal of lectin lug. Tho leprc
tentative of tlio Ilnwnll Shlnpo, to
whom this new. was eouveved, stated
this morning Hint Rev. Lhlmi will bo
heio In October.
(.IrUUUUUCll lrum Uiic J I
people were given the light lo go
upon the liml ut the cxpli.itlon of'
the lease then In tone. The Ic.iboi
l.ui out In Janiinr), 1907.
On April 3d It Is staled that the
ngiecmcnt legnrdlng the bcttlemcnt
iihsoclatlon for these lands was Blgn
ed bv tho ilefenil.int, .1. W Pratt.1
with the (onseut nuil nppioval of tho
For these le.iijons suit wilt bo In-,
slitiited piobably against Pratt, or
the giving of tlio new le.iso nut) lie
held over foi (onsldci.ililu time.
Pine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Torpedo Boats Coming
WASHINGTON', I) C May 20. Thu Navy Department contem
plates bonding the Paclllc toipedo llolllln out v. Ith Kent Admiral Da) ton's
Miuulrnn for miminor maneuvers.
The Da) ton squadron wilt extend Its cruise ns far ns Samoa, hut tho
torpedo boats will nut cruise fuither than Honolulu, remaining In port
theic until the ictiiin of the cuilsers from tlio south.
There me live torpedo boats attached to (ho 1'aclllc llotllli nt pres
ent Hie Preble, Pen), Davis, F.ur.ifiilt nnd Fox. lu addition to these,
It Is stated that Iho six loipedo bouts which followed Iho Atlintle Fleet
iiioiiuil ibe Horn lire nlfci to lie added to the P.kIIIc llotllla. These nro
the Whipple, Hopkins, Hull, Liwronce, Tiiixtuu and Stew.iit, so It Is
probable that both tlio fourth and be con el llotlllas will spend a pait ut tho
Minunor at this poit. ,
The second llotllla, which comes from the Atlantic, Is under com
mand of Lieutenant Commander Hutch I. Cone, of tho Whipple. 4nd tho
fouith flotilla, tho regular Paclllc llotllla stationed nt Mnio Island, Is
commanded by Lieutenant Frederick N. Fie email, of tlio Preble.
Frear and Japanese
MOHONK, N. Y., Mn) 20. Governor l-'ieir of Hawaii was one of
the bpenkcrs at the session of the Mobonk Ceinfcicnco loelav, In his ad
iliess ho sluleil that the Japanese problem, H far as Hawaii was con
cerned, was Celtic d.
i mt m
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 20.
ugiectl upon between the United Slates and Japan.
WASHINGTON, I). C Mny 20.
Tho Conference Committee, on tho
Vrcclnnd Financial bill has ilccldcel
to (onflno tho lluanclal legislation of
the present session of Congress to tlio
ci cation of u Currency Commission,
and both the VrccLuid and Aldilch
measuies will lie chopped,
CL15VI5LAND, Ohio, .May 20. Tlio
Ie ulcus of the striking sticct-c.il em
ployes nnd tho tiMtlala of tho tom
p ni) nre conferring to bring iiboiit u
settlement of tho wage" dispute.
Theio wcio some small riots lu pi og
WON'T OPPOSE WOMEN
LONDON, Kng, Mil) 20. Pro
mlor Asqulth, speaking to n delega
tion of Radicals today, slid the Gov
ernment would noLoppobo the giant
Ing of woman miff i ago.
IIAUItlSIlURO, Pa , May 20, Tho
Democratic delegation from this
State will go unlnstructed to Dcn-vei.
SAIT0 TO INSTRUCT
(Continued from Pase I)
ndorncd with flags nnd mountain
.rceiis and tlio day of the arrival of
'ie Fleet will ho gcneially nnd np
pioiirlitcl) observed by tho Jnp.incso1
resident In Honolulu.
In this connection, Sal to said: "I
l tsiul to tall a meeting of the Jap-,
ii i n mouth before the uirlvnl otj
Ibe Anitrluili Fleet. I will speak at
t.ial meeting advising the Jnpuicso
co keep their stores clean and to
avoid Indecent exposure of person.1
'liu most Import-lilt thing I will
dv.oll upon will bo tho form of decor-
t on In honor of the ni rival of the
I lect It was customary In tho past
iiuongst the Japanese, on similar oc
casions to decorate their places with.
American nnd Japanese lings. I w ant c
to tell thorn to be very careful In!
the h nulling of American flags. I
don't want them to linng oi hoist tho j
American Hags upsldo down, Or In I
any way degrade tho dignity of t'.c
Amcilcun emblem. I want to tell
them that in event of their hanging
them together on doors or walls, to
ho careful not to belittle Iho Aiucil
rau( Hag, They should use sitting
strings for tho American Hags, so
that the) would not bo blown off, or
lu mi) way partly torn off by tlio
wind. This ling question Is very Im
portant nnd It should not lie the
menus of troublu between two Povv
eis. Some of tho Japanese nro Ig
noi.uit and tho least mistake they
m ike In thu ufo of American flags
will inuso me to bo t ailed iipmi to
glvo sitlsfnctor) explanation to tho
American Government. I know that
the Jnp.incso have grc.it lespect for
the American ling as well as that of
Japan, but any mistake on their part,
though unintentional, In connection
vvllh tho use of American Hag's, will
certnlnl) cause mo to account for It.
It Is n delicate matter nnd tho Jap
anese should be n nincd of It before
the Fleet urrlvcs.
"The nitoptnnto b) tho United
States Government of the Invitation
to have t lid Fleet visit Japan Is the
c.iuso of much sitisfactlon In Japan.
It Is u sign of peaeo between these
two Poweis. I know that tho Jap
anese Government will extend n cor
dial leccptliin to tho Atlintle Fleet
when It gets there, lu Jnpan tlio
police are instructed to warn thoso
who dishonor tho Hugs of other nn
tiotiH. This Is done to pi event Inter
The Sennto has latlflcd tiie treaties
PUBLIC BUILDING BILL
PASSED BY SENATE
WASHING ION, D. C, May 20.
Thu Omnibus Public llulldlngs bill
has been pnssed lu the Senate,
uinemUd lo bilng tho amount Imme
diately available! foi thu Federal
building nt Honolulu to 200,000. Ill
place uf Iho J 00,000. placed In tho
bill b) thu House.
VOTES FOR BRYAN
COLUriHIA, 8 C, May 20. Tlio
State Democrutli Convention has In
structed Its delegates to thu Nation
al Convention for Hi) an.
JURY STILL OUT
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnllf.. Mny 21.
Thu Hiief Jury ciuuo to no decision
lodn) nnd was locked up foi tho
PROTECT OUR FLAG
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 20.
Tho Seiiato has passed u lucisiuu for
tho pioveutlun of tlio desecintlon of
Melbn nnd Tctinzzlnl, tho operntlc
stars, will contest for supiemacy at
n gala perfornnnco of "Lea Hugue
nots" nt Covcnt Gulden May 20.
X Jf J 5C 5C H K U !fl W M M M IM K M
ThuiBday, May 21
Btnir. Clniullno, Peiinelt, fioni lllli?
nnd Muul, I a. in.
A 3 X R )? M W t it W A )C It XI
Tbilisi!.!)-, Ml) 21
Am bk. Kutulatil, fur Knanapall, 2
a !i U at M A it x a k X M X lr '
X SAILING TODAY w
& it ft K m r. k k k k a :c ;f jj f a m
Slmr. Klnnu, Gregory, for Kitu.il. 5
.1 K ii it fe 3.C X K X i it K it X K Vi
" PASSENGER3 ARRIVED '
Per slim. Cinudlno, Dennett, from
Hllo mid Mnul, .May 21. Slug You,
Apn, Miss P.uls, Mrs. A, 11 Carl'ur,
Mlrs Fnlkcnberg, A. Novvell, JIis. W.
Hell, J. II. Mackenzie, W. (I. Hall, J.
(llieh 1) Pa, It Yoshlknw.i, A. Til
vuu.i, A. 1 urctndo, Mr. Akl, H. S. Kco,
I. FuJImolo, II. Gorman, II. Lord, A.
J. lll.icknr.in nuil 45 deck.
!i 1! H ,t H X X X K JS K )( M !! M
;t i M n ? k x k x si x &kxu
Per slmr Klnnu, Giegory, for Ka
uai, Mnv 21, 5 p. m Jennlo Kong,
i: A Do Loveless and wife, J W. Ku
Lilcami, C. i: King, Miss Ann i
Stui) no, Mr. Pfolciihauor, W P. Mil
ler, Mrs W. H.'ltltu and child.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The following ntfiitn Iho List of
Lights innl Fog Signals, l'.icllle
Knhiila Point Light Station, pigo 70.
lifter 32S (List or Lights, Huojs unci
Dn)iuaiks, Iwcllth Light-House sub
district. 1D0S, page 21) Located cm
n low point of land on tho southeast
erl) side of Auiihola Hay, known us
Kalinin Point, Kauai Island, T. II.
On or about Juno 1, 190S, a Hxeel
red lens lantern light will bo estab
lished about 02 fitl above mean high
water, nnd 10 feet alien o thu gioiuul,
on n lead coloiecl mast hiving nt Its
Insc a small white house with led loot
and lend colored trimmings,
Tho upproxlmatu geographic posi
tion of this light ns taken fiom Coast
nnd Geodetic Snivcv Cli.nl No. I loo,
in lu Latitude, ninth 22 dug 9 mill ,
longitude, vvost 159 (leg. 17 lulu (ID
Mnkahiicui Point Light Station,
pigo 70, arier 329 (l.lit of Lights,
Duo) s and DiDimiiks, Twelfth Light
Home Slibdlstrlct, I90S, pigo 22)
Located on n low bill about 300 feet
north of Mnkahuemi Point, Kauai Is
land, T. H.
On or nbout Juno 1. 1908. a fixed red
lens lantern light will bo established
nbout 109 feet nbovo mean high wat
er, and 37 feet above tho ground, oil
a lead colored mast having nt Its basn
a small vvhlto house with red roof unci
lead coloicd trimmings.
Tlio approximate geographic posi
tion of this light ns taken from coajt
and Geodetic Survey Chnrt No 1100,
Is lu Litltude, noilh 21 deg 52 mill.
(.lO.sec.); longitude, west, 159 deg. 2fi
mln. (10 sec).
L.ie ii Kololu Light Station, pigo
70, iiflei J29 (List of Lights, luo)s,
ami Di)mniks, Twelllh Llglit Housn
SuhdlKlilct, I90S, pago 2J). Located
on the low point of land known iih
Lao o Kokolo, vvcslerl) co ist of Knu it
lBlnniL T. II
On 'or about Juno 1, 190S, a fixed
red lens lantern light will bo estnb
llshed about 55 feet above mean high
water, and 40 feet ubovo thu giouuil,
on n lead colored mast having nt lis
base u small while houso with red mot
nnd lend coloicd trimmings.
Tho nppioxlmnto geogiaphlc posi
tion of tills light us taken fiom Coist
unci Geodetic Survcv ("hint 1100, Is lu
latitude, north 21 deg 59 mln; loin;!
tine, west 159 deg n mln.
It) oidci of tlio Llght-lloiiso Hoiril:
J. F ('AHTIIlt,
Lieut. Coininaiidei, II. S. N. us'lidant
to tho Inspector, I2lh L. II DIs
trlcl. CIVIC TEDS. TO ISSUE
(Continued from Pose 11
nnd alio becniEo It should luivn u
loiiser test Wo win also como out
In favor of local option It Is qulto
poyslblo th it wo nny go Into tho liml
nuestlnn, ns Iho lnd Inw will nil
doublcdly lio u fen turn of tho cam
paign, mid us tho Federation lias a'
vv.DB been strongly In favor of tho
distribution of tlio public hinds lu
small holellngs nnd of tho linpoil iliu i
of white 1 iborcrs and bottlers.
"Wo will not Inko up mi) pcisonnl
Issues In our manifesto In the com
Ing cnmpnlgn wo will endoiso sucll
cniiilnd li"i us lmo good iccoids unci
good ch'iinctois, nnd ileclliio to ep
elm so such nt- have nut TIiIb will hi
Irrespective of v bat psit) they lieliiip;
to, and wrt will endoibo a good Indei
IKMident inndldiito un qulill) in wi
would ono who belonged lo one of
tho iegul.il- unties 1 (ontliUr It
inort Impiobable Hint we will mn imv
j c uulld ilo of oiu otvn Wo did Unit
(nice, nnd wn innbabls v;cnl too fin-
thru as wo cm not bo considered lu
be u palltlci 1 party"
The Weekly Cdltljn of tin Evenlno
tullntln olveo n comoleto summary of
h nM' ,. (. rl,.
i iiiiiiwiiiiiiwiii.ii.iiMiii m
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, 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 tou will wonder how we can
do it. We've done !t, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
Kinjr near Alapai.