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KVENINO IIUMJETOTL HONOLULU, T, 11., TUESDAY, MAY 20, IS
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Oceanic Stated. (f
Hawaiian First Degree.
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Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 in.
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All Tlsltlnr mombers cf the ($
nrdar ara cordially Invited to ' A
nMrnd mcttltiRi ot local )odp, : G
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.J
Slecti every Monday evening rt
t-Srt In I 0 O. 1. Hall. 'ort Sheet'
H. It. HHNDJtT, Searatary
HEN. IT. V1CKER3, N. ll
All visiting Iii-oUiaii very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
llooti every 2d and 4th Tuoeilay
of each month at 7 -JO p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Tort and lleratanla Sts
Visiting Hrotb-rs cordially welcome
V. L. LYLE. C. C.
r. Caldron, k. of it. & s.
OAIIU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Moots evor first .ind third Fri
day evening at 7 30 In K. of 1'. Hall
cornei Fit t and lloretnnla Vlsltlu
brother conllnllj Invited to attend
a o ueerino, c o .
JAS. V WHITE, K R 3.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodso No. C1C, B. I'. O.
., will meet in their sail on Slag
sear Fort stcet every Friday eves
ins. By order or tho U R.
HENRY C. 11ASTON,
WM. U. MelNERNY. K. It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE N.8. K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Txfl and UaratnnU. VlirttUg broth
jrs cordially Invited to attend
W. L. MUZllK, C.C.,
K. A. JACOBSOS, KR.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, x. 0. E.
Masts on the Ind and 1th WED
NESDAY ovanlngu of enen month at
7:30 o'clotk la K. of P. Hall, ooruot
lleratanla and Kort streets.
Yltlitng Bnslea am Invited to nt
W. L. FRAZBB, TV., Frest
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Moc4 eery first aid third Tlntrs-
dura of eaett mouth at Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting krothera cor
1laHy lavvUd nttsnd.
J. W. ABCH, Sachem.
A. H. MURPHY, C. of R.
Spring; Flowers, New Ribbons,
PeMheno nr.d Hats Arc Arrived.
Wire fra-ates made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
CO KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
fev Lcis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is unking the Zest Home-made Bread
in town. Se sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at 'our door.
' CALL UP 107.
IUNCHES and DR.INKS
The most popular
place in town. j
The Fashion Saloon,
Hrel St ear Fort.
7ack Scully. Jek Roberts.
Whisker o the Market.
THW. 7, MeTIOBi A 00, AGIITS,
10M05 KTNU ST.
PHONE 14p.' P. 0. BOX 755.
4Mb pvlrftrng tho Bullttln.
FOR CLEANSING the SCALP
Use as a shampoo
for ladies or children.
This is made from the whites
nr rr M.,,1 tm MA nf ihft llAftf
tP shampoo preparations on the"
P.5 Cents A Bottle.
Benson, Smith &i
HOTEL and TORT STS.
It will build you up
CilAfoBERS DRUG Cu
FOR. FORT AND KING SIS.
SATURDAY, M A Y
DIAMOND HEADS vs. ST. LOUIS
XAHS vs. PUNS.
Reserved Seals Grandstand 25c extra
. G U N T 8 FOR
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FORCE-ARROW aid CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We hare pink pearls and too U
the Intat of the white variety in the
Orient; also cold, silver, diamond!
and jewelry. Remember, we bay i
well as sell.
101S NUUANU near KING.
Stunning New Millinery
at , ?
KISS POWER'S . Boston Bide;.
King Strctt, Ewa of Fishmarket
DRY G00.0S AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVUY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
kim st. ntAR nrrHEL
DMler in Fnrnitare KattmsM,
Et.. Bte. All kind of KOA and
MISSION FURNITUU Made To
YOU TRY A
General Arthur Cigar
M. A. Giuut & Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A little pleasant enterprise ex-
changed for n round-trip ticket and
the necessary cash is the meat of the
Bulletin's Vacation Offer.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Panama hats cleaned at tho Globe.
II l.i'illo will pitch for tho Dlumoml
III ails Satutilny.
Ring up Scotty'a wnon you vtont a
good auto rlilo. Phone 107.
May Pjiradleo of tho Pacific for sale
r.eady for tnalllnB, htill news stands.
Tor a tlrtrbt, a wood blto, and a
"gliako" with al your sjiortlnK friends,
go to tho KaHhlon " '
lhe Scasldu cottages are delightful
In tho summer time. Kngago a cot
tage now for tho season.
CUt ti suit of tho flno llglrt under
wear at (In Kfh Co, nnd oit won't
mind tlio Htiltry il.iu ko tutich
Jut) men of Judge Do Rolfs court
hciu thlu niornluK excused uutll
June 2 (Tucmlliy) ut' 10 a. m.
Two Inmdrod hagl of refined sugar
for general sale was In tho goods land
ed hero from tho Mmichmla l.mt trli.
Jitilsmunt In faor of thciTerrlfDij
lu (ho .Mahukn ltu matter wuh this
morning locordeil with RcglMrar Met
William Smith linn filed suit against
J Wallrur to rtcncr tho mini of
f 52!)9 23 loaned on a promliwory note
Juclutho Miguel wns this morning
lined J 100 and costs hi Judge Itohln
ton's comt for selling booze without
Coat our Iron roots with "Arufclc"
Yoj will bo surprised at tta coillus
nnd prcservatho properties. California
Peed Co., agents.
Captain IViikcr, harbormaster nt
Knhulttl, stntcd this morning that a
plx-foot rolnfoiccil kou wharf Was die
Ing coiiHtriKlod there now.
John Marks has appealed his rase
to the I'nlti'd States Sunremo Comt
The case Is already appealed to the
Siipieino Court of the Territory.
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.'
One of tlio latobt tcports of the
American-Hawaiian tcrvlco is lint It
nill put two of its largo steamers on
tho local inn pud nulp them wllh
Monuments and coping resijt
cleaned and repaired beforo Decora
Hon dn All work wilt lino our
ptompt attention tlawnilau Iron
Ponce and Manunient Works, Ltd
Mrs. Samite1! DuUlit, president of
the "llul Olwl o ua Walilnu," was one
of the p.iKhfiigeis who left on the
Manila Kca today. She was bedecked
with lets. A large number of the
members of tho society wero present
to see their president leave.
At auction, Thursday, 10 n. in.. In
brick buildings next to SnllorH' Home,
AlaKea itree, 1 Hour mill complete,
about in tons dnnuged Dour, shafting,
piillos, 1 st)llsh park phaeton, holds
two or four persons. 1 strong cation)
top buckboaid, wagon, lot of pap r
Race h.illsiiro being bent on the Hit
wail, and ut any tlmo Captain Harris
will have her at sen, giving her a hard
trynnt The committee Is In need of
funds to the extent of $3000, three
fifths of which they expect to raise
by shows, etc., but tlio lemulndcr,
S20U0, they must gat about town.
Acting Governor Mott-Smitlt stated
this morning tat ho would iconduct
an Investigation. in consequence of the
petition signed by the employes of the
Young Hotel to have the small boy
refrain from playing on the park op
posite thb hostelry.. And would find out
whether they were making too much
(Continued from Page 1)
firemen, whero ho remained until his
death, at which time ho was about 70
years of age. ,
Captain Woltera was for many years
the master of various of Hackfcld &
Co.'s vessels, plying between llrcnien
and Honolulu, being the commander
of tho 111 fated C. R. Rlshop, which
was lost off the coast of Molokal. Af
ter thirty years In this trade ho went
to Urcmcti whero ho entcrod tho firm
of Pflugcr & Co. Here ho gradually
worked hlmrelf up until at tho time
of his death he occupied a confiden
Out of respect for tho memory of
tho dead, Hackfeld & Co. closed their
offices Immediately after the receipt
of tlio sad news.
(Continued from face lit
clans are watching tho outcome of
Some of tho Maulnns, who nro In
town, claim that n Hawaiian should
bo appointed lu Robinson's place, In
stead or giving tho nssessorshlp to
McKay, Should .McKay get tho posi
tion, they say, It Hhows most clearly
that Campbell has no uso for Hawaii
ans. With tho appointment or McKay
as assessor of Maul, all tho islands
would bo cbntrolled by huolo nsscsi
ors, leaving apparently no opportunity
whatever for any Ilawallans to get the
nssessorshlp in tho future."
SMITH In Honolulu. May 20, 1908, to
Mr nnd Mrs. V. Smith, a son.
A Hott ExseaUnt Ausrtmnt of
THE HW "JITTERS',' IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
Ge S. KINO ST. 8K0NE 9W,
HABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, May 26.
SAN KRANCISCO Sailed May 20:
S. S. Siberia, for Honolulu.
PORT TOWNS11ND Arrived May 24
llktno. Uenlcla, henco May .
PORT TOWNSHND Arrived May 25:
Aluinnn, from Knhulul, May 9. "
rill.O Sailed May 25:
S. S. Texan, fur Sallna Ciuz.
At tho meeting of the Executive
Committee of tho Fleet Committee
this afternoon, tho Jlcwilillon Com
mltteo was authorized to place orders
for necessary materials for the decor
ation of tho tlty during the visit or
the great Armada. Co), Jones, tho
chairman of th'o Decoration Commit
tee, was picscnt nnd explained to the
satisfaction of the llxecutho Com
mltteo the nccesslt) of ordering ma
terials nt tho present time. Tlio
amount of $5,000 Ih wanted by tho
The Spot'ts Committee leported
that tug-of-wnr matrhes will bo ar
ranged for to take plaie ut the old
KIshnnirKet. This tnnmilttce asks
K II. Karhnrt. the expert decora'
tor who offered his services to dec
orate Honolulu dining the stay of
the I'leet, was turned down by the
The Commissar) Committee nsked
that II. P. .llaldwltt of Maul, George
riled lander of l.ih.ilnn, Charles
Haitwell or MoloKul II L. Holsteln
of Kohiitu. and V. II It lee of Kuuat
be matin m Hiib-coniniitlce. It was
laid on the tabic t be considered
BADLY NEEDED HERE
The pnsslng of . bill Tor the up
polntment ot steamship inspecting
for Honolulu relieve u difficulty
which has nfcsumcd ,huge proportions
here at times In thj past. Great In-
convenlenco hns bifn caused by the
lack of Inspectors In re. It has been
necessary when the) voio needed to
bring .them from the Cpust.
Shlpt culling in this port ut n time
when papers Happen to expire have
been to great trouble lu getting the
thing adjusted, It being necessary to
huvo copks made and marked as dii
pllcnt -s and originals bent to the
Coatt to be certified.
One luitame of difficulties such 'as
will now be dona away with may be
Been In the case of the Stanley Dol
lar, wliii h came "flown here some
)cais ngo to carry Japs to Califor
nia, but had no license to carry pa"
sengeis to San Francisco. The se
nior inspector had to be brought
down hum San Francisco.
The difficulty hns also been felt nt
tho Inter-Island Company's place, us
new men have difficulty in getting
Details of the newest develop
ments aic licking.
The directors of tho Wnlluku plan
tation this inoi nlng announced the
pajment of a monthly dividend of one
per cent from Juno 10, this being the
first dividend paid tills season li) the
concern As Wnlluku hnB nlwa)b been
a good piyer the announcement,
though undoubtedly wclcomo to the
stockholders, cnuECtl no gicat surprise
ASK FOR VERDICT OVER JURY
or extended by tho appeal to the Su
premeCourt pf the United States.
It Is also claimed that It was not
affected by tho amendment to the
Oi ganlc Act, Inasmuch us tho action
took plaeo before tho amendment
went Into uJTect.
For these main icisons, the Comt
Is usked to icturn Judgment In favor
ot tho defendant over the vcrdlit of
tho Jury In favor or tho plaintiff.
(Continued from Pace 1)
which the Impetus to the revival of
tho race was given, nnd at which It
was decided to bring the matter be
foiotthe Chamber of Commerce. On
this occasion the following list of
) adits consldcicd eligible wns made
Liu line, 11.11. Sinclair, l'afmdena.
Skldbladnlr, Frank Garbutt, Los
Lady .Maud, Wilbur K)e,'s.in Di
ego, Evlnn, William Ilayly, Los Angeles
Gwendolin II, P. J. Foster, Seattle.
Olympic, 0. D. Stlmson, Scnttlo.
Anemone, Charles L. Tutt, Colo
JIaplolcaf, Alex. McClaren, Van
couver. Tr.unontaiia, Joshua 'Collins, Seat
tle. La Vlajera, Presiott Sawyer, Ta
comn. Aggld, James V, .Coleman, San
m . . a
remove Lyj Defects witn a
rub of the fineer. '
. . " - .... I
We fit glasses for defective vision
BOSTON' BUBO., Over May & Co.
Yankee Girl, l'rcd. A. Dorr, Los"
Ramomt, Douglas White, Li's An
geles. Martha, J. R.'llaiilfy, San Fran
Tho Los Angclbs V. .amlncr. May
11, contains another lengthy article
on the race, excerpts from which fol
low: The coming of tho "challenger"
from Honolulu nw'nkcns fully as keen
Interest on the Pacific Coast ns did
any one ot Sir Thomas Llpton's oi
Lord Dunravcn's )nchts. when they
sailed across tho Atlantic to lom
peto for the America's Cup In recent
Commodore William Bayly's beniM
tlful )acht "Kvlivn" Is looked upon
as n formidable competitor in tho
race. Though the Dvlnn has never
been tried out In nn ocean race, eho
Is a fast sailer,, and Is perhaps as
staunch nnd sea-worthy n little craft
as ever sailed the waters of Southern
California. Captain II. D. Ryus will
be nt the wheel, nnd will pilot her 111
the dash across over 2U00 mil& of
sea Id the finish lino oft Diamond
Douglas W.liite, owner or tho Ra
mnnn. Is enthusiastic over the race,
nud, though It may ho Impossible for
him to outer his boat on account ot
illeratlonii now being made, he is
willing nnd anxious to lend uvery ua
slstance mid encouragement to his
biother nclitsnieu who will bo In
"San Fianrlbcii tnkes Kindly to the
Ide-i or tho gie.it race," declared Mr.
Willie )ei tenia), "nnd It is possible:
that ibi'ie will bo many more entiles
from that tlty than huvo been count-1
cd on. The Aggie, 'owned by James
V Coleman, Is a swift jnclit, and
sin- should mako nu excellent show
ing I believe Mr. Coleman will en
ter his boat, and If ho does some ot
the ((ther men who bavo entiles will
MiiiwMlicy liavo been In a lace If
they defeat her."
Tho Lady. Maud, whlih will repre
sent the San Diego Yacht Club, and
the Gwendolin II, lepiescntlng the
Seattle Yacht Club, aie- repotted ns
In excellent condition, nnd practical
ly ready for tho laco at almost a mo
ment's noMcc. The Lnd) Maud was
only lecently completed by Wilbur
K)lp, her builder. Tho Gwendolin
II has a line lecord In races In north
ern wntciB, and the trim little yatht
Is said to be In better shapo now than
at any time In her history.
The same paper, May II, states ns
Now that tho Chamber of Com
merce hns officially uppiovcd of tho
plans of tho South Coast Yacht Club
to raise $10,000 for tho purpose of
defraying the expenses for commis
sioning vessels to he entered in the
Ti.ins-Pnclflc Race early In" July, the
scheduled race Is thought to be a cer
tainty. At 10:30 o'clock )estcrday morn
ing a conference was held In the
committee loom of tho Chamber of
Commerce and tho question was.
carefully and exhaustively threshed
out. Later In the day the subject
Prohibit Hawaii Opium
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 25 A hill piohlbltlng tho Importation
ot opium to Hawaii, except by the Government for medicinal use, under
penalty of $1,000. flno nnd a year'a Imprisonment, lias been Introduced
Into tho House by Representative Foster of Vermont.
IN FLOOD DISTRICT
DALLAS, Tex., May 25. Tho
losses from the floods In this neigh
borhood will amount to millions ot
dollais. Fourteen dead are report
ed. Troops me patrolling tho
stleets ot the city to pi event dls
OKLAIIOS1A CITY, Okla.. Mny 25.
Six aro dead nnd hundicds homeless
ns n lesult ol tho floods.
hTJIK VALDOBA EZ AINSLIE 3 fLfJ
m IP9K Vik fSrPKisj,?:
CLUPCCO S1IRIJNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
There nrc more ways in which a collar can
annoy yon than you can rcmeinhcr. Hut you
can remember Arrow, 'and avoid them all.
1A cents 9 for Si cents.
CI.UETT, ITAUODY A CO., M.kcitB of Cluett bldrU, Troy, N. T.
is laid before tho Chamber of Com
no nnd was received cnthuslnttl-all)
I ..tnhirwldt-n Ulnr Ifltt ortitnil fin It nil
vu.um.u.. u...v..... ........
' l,oslrc ,0 ell,er ,no l,roi,tnc" r,,ce-
til. ..1m... ..m iIia mitiiiiinf trnnlfl linvn
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b" '" i,s" nnu ,mhl 0I ' ,l"
.i..M i.l l...rti l . .niiiilBalin wntilil nn
HUH i"- iw..- ."' lu... ..- --
iippicixlinnkly $2,500. Of this
amount he said hu would pay $500.
lie said If the money could bo raised
to mako up the dlffeicnco he would
raco his boat nnd forego his plans for
A member of tho )ncht club ad
'.c"iSed, tho gathering nnd stated the
)j Itlon of the tttili In legard to the
proposed race, lie said that orgnnl1-
Hon would furnish the cups and
j. tend to the preliminaries. The tost
f doing so, ho stated, would be
Frank Gnrbiilt expressed his wil
lingness to subset .io two or three
thousand dollais to the fund and
stated he would enter his )acht, the
Skldbladnlr. To put this vessel in
racing trim he estimated the tost
would bo $5,000.
After n general discussion, In
which everybody present took a live
ly Interest, it wns decided to put the
question beforo tho Chamber of Com
merce nnd have that body co-operate
In arranging to collect tho necessary
It Is proposed to make the race a
notable one, nnd lu addition to the
Hawaii the following vessels will In
all piobablllty bo entered: Captain
II. II. Sinclair's Lurllnc, which won
the rule two )cars ago; the Skld
bladnlr, owned by Frank A. (inrbutt;
Lady Maud' nnd Guenduljn II ol
The Aggie, owned by James Cole
man of S.ut Fimtclsco; the Hvlnn, be
longing tit William Ua) ley, and the
Anemone, belonging to Frank Tutt,
arc 'possible entiles.
St TrATT.Pvnn'WT wrtTtr k
IIACKKi:i.D & CO. had doors closed
this morning and ting at half ma;k, be
cause of a cable received from Ger
man), staling that J. W. Pfluigui- and
Cipt. Ilelnilch Wollers died within
21 hours of each other, one on the
21th nnd tho other jcstcnl'i) Ilolh
who nt oiil tlino connected with the
STF.WAHD JOHNSON, for man)
)enrs chief stewnnl ahiuid Pacini
Mail boats nnd latterl) of the S. S.
Slbeita, died a week or so ngo In hos
pltal in Hongkong, after severe 111
iicsk. Ho was one of the most pop
ular stowauls In thin ocean.
THH STHAMER Jumps Makce, with
tho hargo Melancthon lu tow, lift this
port nt 5 o'clock last evening for
Kauai to load sand ol r. nature which
can not bo1 obtained on this Island, foi
use lu Federal inglnecrlug work at
Till; NHVADAN carried sK stow
nways from this port on her last till).
Tho crew took a rest, while tho vol
unteer passengers became the tollers
ot tho tea, arriving at San Finnclscn
in a pretty lagged condition.
SAILINGS OF INTF.RISLAND
steamers today aro: W. G. Hall, 5 p.
m., for Kleelo and ports; lwalnnl, 5 p.
ui for Maul and Molokal; Hclene, 5
p. m for Mnhtikoiki, Ook.tla and ports.
A DESKRTKR FROM the U. S.
Navy, Astatic squadron, was taken off
tho .Manchuria, and Is now at Camp
Very, awaiting deporting lu Cavlto for
A NHW WARNING has been post
cd In tho ofllco of Shipping Commie
sloncr Almy, against detaining or bag
gage or seamen, by I'xprcssmen, otc.
NEXT A.-H. S. S. CO. sailings are
tho Columbian from San Francisco
on Juno 3rd, and tho Alaskan from
Seattle and Tacomn cm Juno 10th.
THE SCHOONER OKANAOAN
sailed on Saturday for tho Sound.
THE DESPATCH probably will
leave this evening for Kaul.
CLEVELAND STRIKE ENDED
CLEVELAND. O., May 25. The
Btilko will piobably ho declared oil
tomorrow. Thtco hundred strikers
will return to work.
SOCIALISTS HAVE GAINED
I1RUSSKLS, llclgliim, Muy 25. In
tho Ilelglnn elections the. Socialists
have gained llvu seats.
n-iit. amp in-
1 10 1.4
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a 12 m
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f, tm -J o
1 . iM 'J 'JO
2 10 S CM JO 15
it) H3JII a,
.121 9 Mil M
1 to a nu
5 17 c :
ft 17, 8J
Now moon Mny 2 Oat 4:51 p. ni.
Hawaiian standard tlmo is lu hours
30 minutes slow or than Greenwich
time, bolng that of tho meridian of 157
loerees 30 inimitos. Tho time whistle
blows nt 1:30 p. m., which Is tho Batuo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tlmo for tho
'.' 8 ?C JC B U U M X K U U M it K M
5l K S J5 it H C K K H K K K M M
Tuesday, May 20.
Stmr. Miiuna Lon, Simurson, from
IIIlu and Maul, 5 30 a. m.
K M 35 K K B Ot it Kt3i ii K K S
ii H M K E U It It K 5t ,1 K Jt U 3t
Monday, May 25.
Stmr. Jumes Makce, with list go Mo
lnncthr.n In tow, for Kauai, .". p m.
T. K. K. S. S. America Mnru, W. E.
Fllmer, lor tho Orient, J p. r.i.
Tuesday, May 23.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, Freeman, rcu Illlo
and way ports, noon.
Hr. stmr. Klvaston, Putts, for New
castle, 11 n. m.
Stnir. Noeau, for Honokaa and Kit
Smr. lwnlnni. Self, for Maul nti-l
Molokal, 5 p. ui.
Stmr. W. G Hall, Thompson, fur
Kan.it, 5 p. ni.
S H C R H R R PC U B Sit K
PAS6ENGEUS DEPARTED '
Per stmr. Mauna Kca. Freeman, for
Hllo and Maul ports, noon. K. Ml
taut and wlfo, J. 0. Smith, C. M. L.
Watson, W. R. Jainlesou, Mrs, O. It.
Ewart, Jr., C 11. Wells and wire, T. R.
Cheatham, Miss llnllle Cheatham,
Mis. L. Halley, Mis. S. C. Dwlght, H.
M. Kanllio, S. M. Kauokuunl, Jus. F.
Welch, A. A. Klna, It. W. Shlnglo. Dr.
Ra.vmond, II. It. llryaut, J. II. Mac
kenzie. Per T. K. K. S. S. Amcilca Slant,
May 25, for tho Oilent. Mr. and SIi.
It. Twlnsloii, J. Slorton. Jr., It. Kok.i
PASSENGERS ARRIVED "
Per stmr. Slnmia Lna, .Slmersnii,
Slay 2C, fiiini Hawaii and Maul. W.
P. Olds, Sirs. W P. Olds, C. Du Rol,
Mrs. T. J. King. A. K. W. Klrkhauer
and wife, Capt. J. P. Carter. Lee Let.
L. F. Garnscy, J. II. Castle, I T.
Therston, H. Akl. SI. Campbell, T.
O'llrlon, P. F. Kyler, Rev. D. D. Wnl
lace, Dr. 11. L Ross, H. R. Rryant and
wire, W. H. Dabbltt, E. SI. Watson.
Capt. E. H. Parker, II. L. Kerr, Dr.
W. D. Ilaldwln and wife, F. It, TuJI
yamn, C. W. Ashrord. J. P. Cooke. J.
D. Trenor, nnd 42 deck.
Judge Dole's court:
Moses Kokl case continued; tak
ing testimony of witnesses.
Judge Lindsay's court:
Chlng.Tun Sheo vs. Win. A. Hull.
Argument on demurrer. Taken un
Carollnq Sylva vs. Pat Sylva. Di
vorce granted; cxtieme iruelty.
Stay 27 Ilrown vs. Holmes; mo
tion to set; 9:30 a. m.
Kruger vs. KawananaKoa; In
iunction; 9 a. m.
Judgo Robinson's court:
J. .Miguel sentenced $100 fine.
E. Duvauchollo admitted to bond.
Judge Do Holt's court:
Hearing motion In ro lllcrcc
Hutchins case; jurjmoa excused un
til Juno 2, 10 a. ni.
A wliolosB was received this morn
ing by tho Amorlcan-Hawnllan onicera
saving that tho Toxan sailed from'
Hllo at 9:20 last evening lor Sallna
Cruz, carrying 12,100 10113 sugar
Tho Kxecutlvo Committee decided
to nsk the Hoard ot Supervisors to
Innc.iBo the band to thlity pieces
dining tho btay of tho Fleot. Secre
tary Wood will write to tho Hoard.
GET INEXT 0
to yourself 'and let ui build that ca
iue, rowing-boat or yaekt whith you
hve in mind. We'll have it reidy
in no time, and the price will bTio
low that you will wonder how we can
do 'i-JK?'" int tt howeverj i
Charles D. Walker,
levt and Machine Warka,
Kktg near Alapti,
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