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fJVENINO BUMJETJN, HONOLtJUl, T. II . FRtDAY,. MAY 22.J.008..
Lealil Chapter No. 2 Regular
Hawaiian Flrtt Degree.
I Ml U.MIUV
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
All visiting member of (be
nrrfar are oorJIally Invited to
ttm4 motlngs of local lodgM
SAF.M02Y tODQL, Ni. 3. 1. 0, 0. F.
Meet! every Monday evening r.t
S:J0 In I. 0 0 K. Hall. Tort SUaet
K It UENDKY, Secretary
BHN V V1CKKUS, N O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Moots every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7 30 p tn at K P.
Hall, corner Fort and lleretanla Sti.
Viiltlng Hrothera cordl-illy welcome
XV L. LYLE, C C.
F WALURON, K. of It & 3.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets cvory first and third Fri
day avculng at 7 JO In K of I Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanla Visiting
brothers cordlall invltod to attend
A O DEF.RINO. CC,
JAS. W WHITE. K 11 S.
lOUOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
lunolulit Lodge No. 010, II. P. O
., will meet in tholr hall on King
Bwr Fort aiot overy Friday avon
'nc Mv tirdnr or th K It.
1IENHY C. EASTON,
V M H McINERNY. E. K.
l?m K'KIDLEY LOME No.9, K.of P.
Mt svury llaturiay avenlng nt
fZ' o'clock In K of P. Hall, ear
Wt Mid Uor.tania Ylslttng broth
r infinity lnTltel to attend,
t l. ritAznu, c.c.
B A JACOMON, IC.It 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meat on the 2nd ind 4th WED
2DaY evonlnss of eocii month at
J:Z ooloffk In K. of I. Hull, corner
Sardinia and Fort treete.
VWltfng '(gl aru Invltod to at
V 1 VKX7UK. XV., Prast.
II T MOOK1J, Secy.
tUWAUAU TRIBE Ho. 1. L 0. H. M,
Mwitc v.,y flrwt and third Thurs-
tt-yn of wicti month at Enlghts of
Fytaian IU11. Haltlcc brothers oor-
HaM? Uvlttd o attend.
J. W. Aacil, Sachom.
A. B. MURPHY, C of U.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feaiken and Hats Arc Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR TRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
fc? Leis, Cut Tlowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
. Vienna liakepy
u m.riug the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
LUNCHES mid DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon, '
Tho Best Whiskey on the Market.
T1I0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Jub Printing at the Bulletin.
;1T.4-1, li. J v
Cod Liver Oilgi
at $1.00 S
A BOTTLE is the best thing fl
to have in use where general jj
debility exists. It comcsQ
plain or with Creosote and
(Benson, Smith &i
HOTEL and FORT STS.
tccsn jnTxrvowaWMMtoifrvraaBXM n
RUN DOWN t
TRY SOME '
It will build you up
KhAKBERS DRUG CC,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
Associated . Garage,
W1NT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
V7e htvs pink pearls and some of
Uw finest of the wliite variety in the
Orient; nl:o gold, silver, diunondi
and jewelry. Remember, we buy rs
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KINO.
OF THE SEASON.
MISS POWER'S Boston Bide.
Cigar for Particulal People.
HAYSEI-DEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in" Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Hte. All kinds of-KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
YOU TRY 'A
General Arthur Cigar
M. At Guust & Go.
Sold on easy payments at the
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO,, LTD.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There arc fifteen hundred subscrib-
i ei-6 to the Bulletin in Honolulu
nlonc: renewals or extensions
brought in from them count just as
much toward a Vacation Trip as new
Auto nt hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
Panama hats cleaned at tliu Globo.
Ring up Scotty'g when yon want a
I good auto ride Phono 107
Mnv Paradise of tho Pacific for salo
I rend) fur malting, nt all mfts Ftaiidn
, The Hawaiian Hand will play ilur
I Iiik lilt bawliall Karnes at A'lh Pari
I Mill Uy afteritcmii
i The Sc&sldi cottagot are delightful
In tho summer time Kngtge a cot
tago now for tho tcason
Coat jour Iron loots with "ArnHc"
Yo.i 'fill bo surprised nt Ua cooling
and preservative properties. CnU'ornln
Feed Co , ngenH.
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.
I.li iilen.mt Commander Douglass, U.
3 N who Is a through passenger on
lliu Manchuria, culled this morning on
Ciptnlti '. P Uees, commimdant, at
the N'aal Station
The regular literary meeting of the
Chluexp Students Alliance of Hawaii
u III bu held at 7.30 o'clock tonight at
Its headquarters on Ilcrttaula strict.
All friends niu linked.
Mrs. Nelson, an elderly white wo
man residing nt Knknnko, was fined
120 and cots In tho Police Court tills
morning for omptlng objectionable
matter on the public street.
O .1 Darker, ono of the largest fur
nltuiu bujers In tho United Stnlcs,
sails on the Minchurla today, return
lug ft) his homo In California after a
pleasant ncatlon spent hero.
The ease of It Kinney, who Is
charged with assault with a weapon
on Nigel .lackson, came up In tho I'o
Ike Court today, hut was continued
until tomorrow ft the ropiest of the
Wllllo Inman, the fifteen ear-old
ton of the chief engineer of the Klnaii,
who shot himself by accident a shoit
time ago, Is reported to be doing well
Ills excellent constitution facd him
Joo 1'orrelra, n Poitugucse, appeared
before Judge Audrailo on a charge of
assault and battery on his wife, Itach
el Owing to his excellent pro Ions
record he had his sentence suspended
for thirteen months .
Mnlknaloa, n Hawaiian, was sen
tenced to three months' Imprisonment
by Judge Andrndo this morning on a
uharge of larceny In the second de
gree. He had stolen a bag of coal
from the Pedeial Goernmeut's conl
T. C Jackson, n business man of
Montana, 'ulio caniu hero a mouth ago
on the Mongolia, Is so pleased with
tho Hawaiian Iglnuds that ho has de
cided to locate hoie, and Invest. He
loaw s for the. Coast today on the Man
churia, but will bo back In tho Fall, ho
A libel for dlxoico has Veen filed
by Mil) Ann Kololla against Joseph
1 Kojolii on giounds of desertion.
Tin libel sIiowb that the putles wcro
minted In 18'JI and that the hush md
lieeame a gamblir and a diunknid and
fin ill 1crt" for California Inst jenr,
having bis wife and child with onl) it
lew dollaif Ho lus sliuo n fused ro
pat(d leipiosls tnndo to him In later
for fluaticlil nsslstanec.
ME RULERS TO
START TO WORK
Will Hold a Mass Meeting at Aala
Municipal law and Us effect on tho
people f and tho doings of tho lust
Legislature itio subjects that will bo
dealt with pi a meeting of tho Homo
Rule part which tnUca plaio tomor
row night at Aula Park ut 7:30,
'I lie meeting will bo presided over
by David Knluuokalanl, Sr., and tho
speakers will bo J. M. Poepoe, Hon.
II. M Knnllio, and piobably Chns. K.
Notley, president of tho Home Hulo
paity, and several other Homo Hitl
ers. The meeting, It Is said, will bo In
teresting! Tho nutlvo Hnwalinns
who have heard, of Kaniho's appear
ance on the stump hnvo promised to
go and hear him. Knnllio, It Is said,
will leave for his homo nt Kohala on
tho Maunn Kea next week, returning
us n member of tho coming House of
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
GOVERNMENT WATER NOTICE
Consumers of Government wnter
ate heicby notified thut until fur
ther notlc. water for IrrlgatlngMiur
poses shull bo used between tho houis
of -I and 0 p. m.
This Regulation will bl rigidly
enforced ns the Water Works Inspec
tors have been Instructed to 'shut off
all services where the)" find Irriga
tion outside of these hours.
Tho services so shut oft will not
bo turned on again until all costs
end expenses conneoted therewith
shall have first been paid.
J. M. MTTI..T3,
Suparlntendciit Honolulu Water
Honolulu, Mny 22, lVu8.
"ABLE REPORT Or SAN
Monaay, Miy 18.
BAN KHANQ1HCO Sailed Ma 17
Am. bk. Alii) Turner fur Honolulu
Am. bktnu. Irmgard for Honolulu.
AST OIHA Arrived May H.: .
rtuss. bit. Dundee1, hi nee April 30.
KAHUI.UI Arrived May IS.
A.-H. S. 8. Tuxnn, from Honolulu.
KAHUM'I Sailed Ma 17.
A. -H. S. S. Alaskan for San Fran
cisco Tuesday, May 10.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrived Miiy 19:
O. S. S. Alamoda lieneo May 13.
Am hk. Andrew Welch, henco Apr.
NH CASTI.i: Sailed Mnv Ifi;
Am. schr. lncn. for Honolulu.
SAN DinOO Arrived May 18:
A.-H. S. S. C6hunlilan, from Snllna
SAN FItANCISCO-Salled May 19:
S. S. America .Mam, for Honolulu.
Wednesday, May 20.
,SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 20
S. S. Nebraaknn, from Knhuliil, May
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 20:
S S. Novadnn, for Seattle.
Schr. It. C. Wright, for Mahukona.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 20: .
S. S. Nippon Muni, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived May 18:
Sp. Falls of CI) de, henco May 2.
OAVIOTA Arrived .May 20.
Sp. M n. Chllcott. henco May 5.
Fill Sailed May 19-
S. S. Manuka, for Honolulu.
3AN DIF.CIO Sailed May 20:
S. S. Columbian, for Sun Francisco
KAKAUPAPA Arrived May 18:
Schr. Honolpii, from Orn's harbor.
Thurtday, May 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Airlvcd May 21:
P. M. S. S. China, henco May 15.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrival May 20:
Sell. Aluly Mahoncy, henrc Apr. 23
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mny 20:
S. S. Virginian, for Honolulu.
PT TOWNSHNI) Arrived Mny 21:
llian. KIlMtnt, heme April 27.
MAKAWKM Sailed May 19:
Sch. It. O. Slade, for Aberdeen.
KAANAI'AM Sailed Mn) 20:
Sch. Jns. Jlulph, foi San Frunclsco.
Friday, May 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrive I May 2t.
S. S. Columbian, from Ha i Diego
Schr. Ilorealls, from Mnliultori
OAVIOTA Sailed Ma) 21:
Sp. Falls of Chile, for Honolulu.
POUT HARt'ORDArrlved May 21:
llktnc. Fullcjtoii. henco Mil) 2.
PORT CUMlUj: Sailed .May 22.
Schr. Spokane, for Illlo.
X. it X ;t Jt , M X A it K K M M a
Per P. M. 8. 8. Manchuria, for San
Franclsci. yinf 22, G p. in Arthur
Noblo mid 1U Mr. Drown, Dr. and
Mrs. W C lldy. Col. 11 A Strong and
wife, Miss Kenton, (1. I. Adams and
wife-, Tims U(ch nnd wife Dr Hope
man and u! e Mlm I.von, Mis Kin
ney, Cenernl It A. Piatt anil wife, S
A. Duke Miss M Dulte, Mis Diiiilium
It .1. Ilakii tind wlfei Mi' Hilllg T
C JncKcin i1 wife, Slilili ' Wind and
wife. O I Maker, Ml Hi- II .
Piontv. Wlllald llionn, X id mil dill
dicii, (ii ni ml McClellan. wi, and
Mill. I Mi aild Mlts Hoi'lon Mis I.
Schwarlz and two chllilmi W (1.
Smith, .Mm A. F. llovd, I I Coke,
W. It. Cat Ho. J II. Stable) It I.uige.
). (Inrclu Mr. and Mis. Maiher. 11 A
Minium, Mr and Mrs Powell J C.
l.lttlep-ige and wife, O. Weight
Per slmr Cl.iiidlno, Helmut, fur
Maul nnd Illln. May 22, 5 p. n C II
Klengil and wlfo", II. D Sloggptt wife
uuil two thllilien, T. Jones, I.. W, Zee.
Illder O 'Umber, Hlder F. Colt. I.uul
Kailknpa A W Child, A. M. Novell.
wlfo and child, Yeo Kin, J. Goldstein,
i:. M Wals Mr. Abhfoid.
d WATERFRONT NOTES 1
K ll 1! K K w a K a I 11 It K II
Till: IXTIMMSI.AN'0 steamers Ml
kahalu XV (1. Hall and Ilelcno came
In carl) this moining, all of thorn at
ne.ul) Hie simo time. Tho Miknhala
brings 2939 bugs V. K. sugar, tho W.
CI. Hall linil aboard 0000 lisi;o sugar, 2
segments, nnd u number of passcn
gcis, and the Holene was deeply laden
with 11 7S0 Ings of A sugar from Ma
hukona and ports, bilnglng ulso 70
head of cattle, 1 package ciino bnm
pies, 1 caso dry goods, C cases con
densed milk, 19 cases soap, and 82
''Poantiti," tnkes al long trip this
tlmo, em tho Dlrlgo, for Delaware
Bievikvuitei This looks llko death to
lliu plins of tho mate of tho Hcleno
to make n jockey of tho much trav
A NICi: PANAMA hat which fell
ovoibonul from tho Manchuria whllo
sho was romlng Into tho Hackfcld
dock this morning caused a good deal
of excitement. Somo Jokor created
A Most Excellent AuoiTanent of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST PHONE 525.
Fort Street near Berttawia,
IN (OH PORTS
remove Eye Defects
rub of the finger.
We fit glasses for defective vision
A. N. SARD,
BOSTON BLD0., f0ver May & Co(
tho Impression (hilttheio wni a I iu
ovcrboatd, mid the crowd on tho w) r
made a dish for tho hide In turn t :
see one of tho diving boys ttsh up ih '
THi: CI.AUDINi: SAM.S a' 5
afternoon fin Maul pe a-1 I ,.n
with passengers, mall u I ficishi
THi: TU(1 KAKNA l liaok from her
trip in the servlco ol J. S. Hnglneer
Cnpt. Otvvell today.
(Continned from Pose 11
to Impilsonmeiit for ten da)s. During
tho course of tho trial It was ascer
tained that another murine, named
Uathrop, had had somo part In the
affnlr, nnd a wnriant for his tin est
was sworn to.
Deputy Marshal Holt caught Nlrhl
niura, a Japanese woman charged with
violation of tho ndmunds Act, at Wal
pahu, last night hiding' In a iiissengcr
car on tho train. Ho had been look
lug for her the whole day at Wahlavva,
where sho was siipioscd tu havo been
living, but she had skipped out.
Robert Grognn of Liverpool, F.ng
land, steward on tho British steamer
Havorfortl, was aVresled by customs'
officers on that vessfd ns It was steam
ing cown tuo ueiawaro river, ennrg-( rnlIBC(, ,. tho Sl)0rt8 Commttco for
ed with, smuggling lneies and other. tll0 entertainment of tho Hoot,
dutiable nrtlclei He wns given u At a meeting held by the commit
hearing bofore tho I ederal authorl- ,,., on .hit,... llrllP,, n,
ties In Philadelphia
EASE IN THE FUTURE
"I trust )ou don't nlvvn)s Intend
to be n porch climber?" said the be
nevolent old gentleman as he ban J-
ed over Ills valuables.
"Oh, no, boss," laughed the mask-
ed man on the shed. "I hope If bus-1
incss Improves I will bo nlilo to get
nround In nu nlrshlp and then I
won't havo to do any climbing."
"There goes a man who has been
weirKing u HKin gumo nil ins ine.
"Ever been arrested?"
"That's strange. What kind of a
skin gumo does he work shell
''No; lie is a tattoo artist."
Defeat Mail Subsidy
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mny 21. Although tho Confcrenco Commit
tee of the House and Senate have agreed to report favorably on tho Post
office Appropriation Hill ns amended, cariylng the appropriation for tho
payment of subsidies to certain lino a of mail steamers, tho Republican
caucus has declared ngiilnst tho pas sage of tho bill In Its nmoiidcd Torn..
Tho caucus also decided to mod Ify tho bill restilctlng the granting
of Injunctions in labor disputes.
m 1 i 1 m
WILL VISIT CZAR
LONDON, England, May 21. Queen Alexandra and Pilncess Victoria
will accompany Kng Edward on n visit to Russia.
Tho Dowager Empress of Rubs In, tho sister of tho llrltlsh Queen,
has been visiting for some time In En gland, und it Is probnble that tho
members of the Royul family will accompany her back to her home.
1 i m
WILL ARBITRATE STRIKE'
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 21. Tho commlttco representing tho
street car Btrikers and tho officials of tho company, who have been In '
conference, havo agreed on the selection of nrhltiatnrs to settle tho dls
puto, In the meanwhllo another car hn3 been blown up wltli dynnmlto
und several pcisons have been Injured.
CHICAGO, III., Mny 21. Heodquurteig for the workers for Govern
or Hughes, of New Yoik, candidate for the nomination for tho Presi
dency, weio opened hero todiy, 1
RUEF JURY DISAGREES
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif, May 21.
has been discharged. It stood six for
(Continued from Paee 1)
with a cr" cvcnlB' l,e" '" "I'S town en
, tries limited to four InWch event,
livening Wrcbtllng ptellmlnniles.
Program to be nriniiged by olllrers of
Fleet (Ipeilnl events, such Us Jup-
iiie.e wrestling, sword contotn, etc.
Julv 18 Hatuidny
Moining Moat tares and nuuntlc
poitn. Program to be made by
Afternoon Regular baseball
ftaiuis nt League grouiula. Other
ip-iiiuds, such ns Aala l'.uk, could
Lo used for Fleet games.
Hvenlng lloxing; continuation of
July 19 SiituHy
Morning OUlcers t decide events.
Afternoon Regular basehnll
games nt Lengno grounds.
July 20 Monday
Morning Officers to decide eventa.
Afternoon Football; champion
Hvenlng Tug of war tournament,
two contests; one. two Fleet teams;
one, town team nnd Fleet team. Of
Ilceis lo soleet teams from Fleet.
July 21 Tuesday
Morning Championship baseball
Afternoon lloxing and wrestling
Evening Tug of war champion
ship. Honolulu, Mny 22nd, 1908.
P. Wood, Esq , Sec. Fleet Enter
tainment, Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: In compliance with a
,icquest from the general committee
, mn MnUng ym, ,ho )r0Kram ,.;
tno following nmounts were asked
llnscball , $ 250
Footbalf . . . C00
Field sports . . 2G0
Regatta and nquntlc 1000
Tug of wnr . ,0 500
Making a total of
Chairman Sub-Committee on Sports.
Ex-Senator W. A. Clark of Mon
tunii underwent nn operation nt Los
Angeles for an abscess on his neck.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
FIND the pat
tern you like
in a Cluett Shirt
and you have
found the shirt
you will like.
, $1.50 and more.
, CLUFT, rFAnODY fc TO . Tror. N. y.i
&Uki of Arruw UilUn
Vote Of Caucus
Tho Ruef Jury has disagreed and
conviction and six against.
Pilday, Ma 22.
P M. S. 8. Mnnchuila, from Orient,
a m. '
Friday, Ma) 22.
Stmr. Holene, Nelson, from Mnhu
koin nnd ports, 5:40 u. in.
Stmr. .Miknhala, Tullett, from Maul,
u:10 n. in.
Stmr. W. tl Hull, Ihnmpson, fiom
Miuil, I 10 n. in. ,
U i H M H 5 H M0 K a It SS Bl K M
a M S K K 3t Jv t; B, a jr J 5t Jt !
Ihuisday, Mny 21.
Stmr. Klnaii, (Iregor.v. Toi Knu il, U
k u ss joi if h ji m a k i; k v
K SAILING TODAY
a K i u a u v m m k k v u m it it
P. M. S. S. Mnnchuila, I. W. Saund
Lrs, foi Sail Framlsco, o p. m.
Slmr. Claudlno. Iltnnett, Tor Maul
mid Illlo, D )). m.
Ji' v f W K ta, i w it at ii t& H M it
1-AtiSENGERS ARRIVED il
Per P. M. S. S. Manchuria, fiom
Yokohama, May 22 Miss E. L. Ail- 1
ams. Master H. Adams, I)r. W TI. An- i
derson, E. XV. Anthony, Jr., MIes ,M.
Ashworth, I AJud, O Atlbry. I.. A.
Ault, Mis. L. A. Ault nnd maid, E. L.
Ilakcr. H. II. Harnett, Jr., II. O. Real
ty, Mrs. II. O. llcntty, Dr. 11. Darker 1
Uccton. Dr It. R. Henn, R. W. lllack,
Miss W. llleccl er, L. W. liliimcntbal, '
MrH. A. J. Dolling, Mrs. M. A. Host. I
wick, Mis. L. (1. Ilradbury. Master
Uradbury, J. W. Uradley, Mrs. J. W.
Uradlcy and lnrunt, Master Uradley,
Mis. Win. II. Uradley, Mrs. M. A.
Iliovv, Mrs. Mary S. Ilrevvsler, Rov. T.
C. Hiltton, Mrs. T. C. Hiltton. T. Hilt
ton, Master II. llritton, A. O. Drown,
Miss E. M. llucklcy, Pierco O. Duller,
Mrs. L. Cnrringtoii, Miss A, Center,
iiergon Clinlfnnt, Wm. IJnhl, Rev. L. J.
Dnvlcs, Mrs. I.. J. Davlos and Infant,
E. Davlugnon, E. D'Allemngne, Lieut.
Comdr. R. R. Douglas, Mrs. It. It.
Douglass, Miss Grace E. Ensc), II.
L. Epplngci, Mis. II L. Epplngc'r and
child, Win. It Everett, A. Lemuel Fui
well, Fred A. Flecher, Rev. A. A. Kill
ton, Mrs. A. A. Fulton, Master Fulton,
Slovens Gnuson, Mrs. L. T. GariiBcy,
Mrs. G. P. Godse), Mrs. C. J. Golf,
W. T. Grncoy, Mrs. W. T. Grncey, MIsj
J11IU G)lllch, T. Hagcn, H. 1). Hallett,
Miss Hartclliis, Mrs. Cordelia M. Hath
nway, Miss P. Hnzeltlno, E. W. von
Helmendahl, Chns. D. Illnmnn, Hon
Huang She, Mrs. E. T. Hull. F. J. W.
Hunter, Mrs. F. J. W. Hunter, E.
Hutchinson, Mrs. S. Isaacs and maids,
J, A. Jocobsen, Mm. Jamar, W. Mi
Joliiistou, Mis. W. M. Johnston, A.
KnufTinqiin, Miss Isabcllo Kueiiau, A.
II. Keeney, Dr. M. Kelm, Mrs. M.
Kclm. Dr. M. Kelm, Jr., Mrs. M. Kelm,
Rev. Mott Kelsler, Mrs. Mott Kelsler
and Infnnt, Miss Kirk, F. Kohusch,
General Larnne, Miss L I. Luiighlin,
I. S Leech, Miss II. Luverlch, J. U.
I.oid, Mis. A. L. Mncllaffie, Miss M.
Macllafllo, D. 11. Madcro. Miss E. Mar
burg, MIsa'M. Mills, DuiiIh Molnc,
Count E. Moltkc, Count II. Moltke,
Countess C. Moltke, Mrs. 11. I) Moiij
tngue. Miss H. Moutgomer), Miss li.
Mimiler, MIbs E. Murgutro)d, Miss II.
Margitio)d, Miss E. P. Moore, MM
M. P. Alooie, Di. N. G. M111110, A. S.
Nevvbmy, Fianz Nocther, N. W. North,
O. Pageot, Jos. Pair, S. C. Pairy, Mrb.
S. C. Parry, Master Parry, Rov. S. II.
Partridge, Mis. S. 11. Partridge, T. W.
3.. Phillips, L. C. Philip and valet, L.
C. Phlpps, Jr., Miss Emma L. Phlpps,
Cha3. Pin, Mrs. Gilbert Potter, Mm. do
Premesnll, P.. 'A. Italll, J. O. Rapldo,
F. P. Read, Mrs. K. P. Read, F. II. lilt
son. Nathan L. Rockwell, Lt. W. (1.
Roper, Mrs. Win. It. Russell, Sir Sam
uel Sadler, Lad) Sadler, Porter E.
Sargent, Mrs. Porter E Sargent, J.
D. Schii)lcr, Mrs. J D. Sehti)lcr, Geo.
Seldcl. Mrs. Geo. Soldo!, II M. Smith,
Mrs. II M. Smith mid iuraut, Master
Smith, Mis. J. P. Smith, E A. Stan
ton, Cnpt. II. 8. Sternbergcr. Mis. II.
S Sternbergcr. Dr. Ph. Spni)t, A. P.
Stockwell Mrs. A. P. Stockvvcll, Miss
A. Stockvvcll, Miss G. Stockwell, R.
Stockwell. Master H. Stockvvcll, E.
Sueur, Tr Troupe, Mrs. T, Troupe', (
Miss A. do F. Thompbon J. Tschcllu
Ian, F. Ullrich, C Van Rodcn, Mis. C.
Vim Rodcn, O. D. Wnnmtmnker, Mik.
O. D. Wannumakor, Mr. Wnlkcr, Mrs.
Walker and child, C. U. Wells.Mrs. C.
II. Wells, Miss L. Wells. Post Whedlcr,
I Whllnker, Mis. J. Whltaker, H. W.
WhlUker, Miss N. Whltaker, E. WM
mniiii, W, O. Wlgrain. M. Winn. II. 8.
Whlttcn, Dr. N. Wilson, Mrs N. Wll
bcm nnd child, Miss M. Wilson, XV. I).
Yomu, Mrs. W. 11. Young.
' PASSENGERS DEPARTED
Per stmr. W. G. Hall. Tho.nphon
from Aliu'ilnl and ports, May 2J. .1.
K. Aimstioug nnd wife, Mis. C. N.
Armstrong and .1 children, C. II. Kits
Patrick, Mr, Wobor and wire.
Per stmr. Holeno, Nelson, from Ma
hukona, May 22. II. (?. Glnaea.
Per rtmr. Klnan, Gregory, May 21,
for Kauai. Jcnnlo Kong, J. W. Kn
lalcanu, C. E. King, Miss Ann 1 Sliaj
ne, Mi. Pfotenhnuei. W. P. Mlllei, Mia.
W. II. Ulco and child.
ONE OF MANY
Mrs. Mlfklns; Y0111 husband told
my husband that his word was law
Mrs, Ilifklnii: Yea It's ono ot
thoso livvs that mo novel entoiced.
GET IS EXT
to yourielf and let 111 build that ca
ooe, rowing-boat, or yacht whieh yau
have in mind. We'll havo it ready
in no time, and the price will bt so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done lt. however: in
Charles D. Walker.
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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