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EVHNIKf) UUIJ.ET1N. HONOLULU. T H , WKDNF.SDAY, MAY
Hawaiian First Oesree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All vMtlnc members of ho
erCSir am tordUUr InvltcJ to
ttand Bvtiiti of local lodfvn
lAKHOXY LODGE, So. 3, 1. 0. 0. F
Meota vry Monday eronlng &t
l!M In I 0 0. f. HalL ?rt Seet
SKN. v vicKKas, : u
Ml vWtlm WrUiar reiy ardlaUy
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. Or P.
Meets every d ar.d 4th Tuosday
ef earn month at 7 'SO P m. at K. 1.
Hall, comer Kort and lWetanla Sts.
VUltlng mothers cordially welcome
V. I.. LTLU. C C
V, WALDRON. K. of K. & 3.
OAKU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mosta ever, flrat und third Fil-
icr ovonlns 1n lu K of '' ""
cornoT Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothora cordially Invited to ittenil
A O UHRRINO. CC.
JV8 WHirU. KH3.
MHWILB i.OSk 910, B P. 0. B
4t uiu l
, Wo 10. U. P. O.
'Jietr hall on Xlas
K . wl
Iun " mi ry P'ldnv t-
y orrtor (it the M U.
UDKUY C. BASTON,
WM. H. MclNEIlNY. E. K.
Win. H'lniaEY LODGE Me.8. 'K.of P
Meets every Saturday eTcalrc at
1:30 o-kok to K. o P. Ball, ear
Port .i UerAtanla. Vtltlng hrgth
r lenUally lv:ed to attuad
r u utizuva. cc,
E A. JACOB30N. '.113.
HONOLULU AEME 140, F. 0. E.
ilaats on IUj ?nd and IMi WHU
rOWDAY etsulnea of earn mouth at
ItW.o'chok In K ' V Uall, corn"
tJerOsinla and Kort t6eU.
VWHhg Kaglea are InvUcil to at
W. Ii. FRAXKE, W Preit
II. T. MOORE, Sssy.
3AWAUA1J TIBE No. 1. 1. 0. R. K
Muots (ry flrit aai third Thine-
dao trf eaeh wokth at KalelilJ ot
Pytttla Hall. VUltluc brethere ccr
rtloltx tnvlUd o attend.
J, W. ASCH, Sachem.
a. n. MunritY, c. of r.
Spring FlOrt'ers, New Ribbons,
Peatlim and Hat Ar Arrived.
Viio friaei made by order,
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL. '
fc Lcis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
is nyuQ the Bort Eomo-nade BrciJ
in tow.u Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
LU K C II E 3 anil D R I N If. S
The meet popular
place m town.
The Fashion Saloon,
HMcl Pt near Port.
arJf Scully, Jcl: Roberts
The, Best Whiokov on the Market.
TH09. F. llaTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
10M05 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
" Ftne Je Pntlnfl at the Dullotln.
I 8. -is
1 VI'J5WtiB&IrSrf 1; ,
' K FOR CLEANSING the SCALP
Use as a shampoo ;
. for ladies or children. j
made from the whites
..n-m --.i it ntin nf the best
shampoo preparations on the
A market. d
35 Cents A Bottle.
IBcnson, Smith &
tt HOTEL and FORT STS.
aaacc&aacaSfc.'sg.tJTimac.fcanirrr k rcctgTr
RUN DOWN 1
It will build you up
WBfcRS OnUu C.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
DIAMOND HEADS vs. ST. LOUIS
KAMS vs. PUNS.
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25o extra
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
P1EECE-AKR0W and CAMERA
TOURING CARS aad RUNABOUTS.
TTe have pink pearls and some of
tie finest of the white variety in the
Orient; alto gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1013 NUUAHU near ZING.
Stunning New Millinery
HISS POWER'S Bosten BUg.
King Ctreiit, Ifv.-a t. Fishmarket.
DRY G00.0n AND FURNISHING
GOODS 6f SYERY DE
WING CH0NG CO.
KING ST. HEAR BETHEL
DuUu in Furmtuu Mattresses,
Et RU. All kt'iis of K0A Mid
JUE3I01I rURNHUBB Made T
U n e q u a 1 e d 10s 0 i fj a r
M. A. Gunst 8c Co.
S This l
I J u
j Malt Extract
LOCAL AN1) GENERAL
Vacation-time is Just Around tlio
Corner: don't let it cfltch you with
out money or a place to ro. Let the
n . 1 1 r 1 1 it Plan solve the prob
h , i for ou.
A..(n of liarV foro Tel flftl
Panama hats cleaned at tlio (llol)O.
Kins up Ecotty's wnen you want a
rooiI auto ride. Phone 1U7.
' Slav Paradise if the Pacific for salo
rendv for mnllltiR, at nil non a stands.
Tlio rnunt pay day this munth will
b mi I -Ha;.. May 29, ut tho 30th In
Dri oration Oa
Tlio Seisldb cottages are dollghtful
In the tiummer time. Kngago a cob
taco now for the season,
I'm a thirst, a good bite, nnd a
' Khnlte ' with all )our BportliiB
fiiendM, bo to the Fashion.
Three Hindus from the Maiiul.n
who wlslieit to laud hcie woio vx
i Hided on account of trachoma.
A wheel ran off a tiuck on KIhr
street c.ul this nfteriioon, Inlerfer-
Ins noiiiowliat with traffic for a time
if ou wish to avoid appendicitis
ent plenty of Ilrldgewater'n hot roast
ed peanuts. Hotel near Port. Head)
C p in toda.
Hae jour automobile and rnrrljue
painted at Sehiiniaii CurluKc ". I.I".
The) make 'n apuelill) of that hind
of work, and Kunrimtci. satisfaction.
Coat your Iron roots with "Aruclc"
Yo.i Mil bo surprised lit tta coillnc
and prcporvatho ptoportlos. CalPornla
Peed Co., nsenta.
Your typewriter honld be kept in
excellent oricr. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 113.
IMpar S IJ.irr, Uou of n Vctciau, of
Mnrhlis M-ilm- und lilinsi'lf n Spanish
Wni Veteran of Honolulu, will net as
ill.' ni.ui-lial for the Memorial l).i pa
rade Thore It no bettor paint cm eaith
iliiui I' .V 11 I'alut for luHiilatlui; pur
iiocs and for painting water pipes
butts ot poner poles, etc. mmi lluniiu-
YituliK Co., Ltd.
A. tl. M. KohuilMin and W. (I. Walk-
r", didi'K.ites, und R. V..IIU'CkoiiK, a!
tcrnato, expect to stait for tho Iluuub-
lleafi National Contention ut t'hlcaRo
on the Al.imeln next Wednesday.
Maiy A HleliaidH has In ought suit
iiR.ilnH Jiinics nnd Henry Ontal for
liael. rent In the sum of $62fi for tho
Kauluwela lodgings on Vlneyaid
Meet, for which there Is a lease da
ted January, 1907.
Herbert Uallllc, the libra! Inn of tho
public llbrnty of Wellington, Now
iCcnland, Is a throimli iiassenger In the
Mnuuk.t. Ho. Is on Ills way to the
1 mainland, wher.e ho vlll attend tho
nmuiUIun of uiu National Librarians'
Letters iiao lwen ncchi'il at thi"
i:xecutle Uulidlng fioni a nunibei o!
the Pri'iulcrs and (Inwrnorn of tlie
Colonli-, who epiess theniFolves fav
orably rogurdlng the working together
of thoFu places mid Hawaii when
boosting is taken Into ruusldciutltm.
At auction, Thursday, 10 a in , in
brick buildings next to Sailors' Home.
Alakoa street, 1 flour mill complete,
about 10 tons damaged Hour, shaftlm;,
pulleva 1 Etllsh paik phaeton, holds
two or four persons, 1 strong canopy
top backboard, wagon, lot of papnr
b' s. etc
Yn Chin, chairman of me riitnct,o
inai-i. mirting, cabled yesterday to
Ilepib.iitatlu Foster of Vermont,
urging 'tlio passage of tho l'ornker
ojiliiui hill, prohibiting tho lntroduotlon
of opium Into Hawaii, Tho message
also urges tho Immigration of restrict
ed number of Clilneso Into lluwall for
agricultural nnd commercial purposes.
Ken Ices at St Andrew's Catliedinl
tomorrow, Ascension Day, will be as
follows A celebration of the Holy
Communion at tho Priory Chnpcl. At
7 30 n m. a brief si'rvleo will b held
at tho coral cross In memory of tlio
founding of the school on Ascension
day 1S07. At 10 a. m. tho now stono
altir In tho Cathedral will bo conse
crated by the lilthop.
(Continued from Pace 1)
piako a stopover In his homo town,
unless picscnt plans mo changed.
Mr .Markov Itch tomes as a stowaway
fiom Brisbane, and Is now In the
brig, waiting to bo put into tho pen
ou arrival at Victoria.
In tho opinion of tho ship's offi
cers, tho 'man has not much claim to'
Honolulu as a homo port, but ho( Bays
ho lias lived hero for many years hud
lu very itnxlous to land now, Nutur-
He also says that lie Is a detect
ive, mid has worked for three jeais
In the I'inkoiton scrvico In San riun
ilsco, Like tlie Roumanian Count
who ni rived lu somewhat tho s.imo
milliner on the Mamma her Inst trip,
ho is Indignant at tho tieutmctit ho
him lerclvcd. He Is nlso u man ot
Importance, ns ho is a vaudeville m
tlst, temporarily rctlicd from circu
lation. Unless ho can claim tho rights ot
an American iltlen, and ho landed
hoic, ho will have to ho leshlppLd
from this pint by Davics & Co., or
taken on and leshlppcd later from
A Most Eaodllcnt Assufenant of
1UE BEST "F1TTBR6" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
(58 S. KING ST. rilONE 025.
UBLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, May 27.
Si:ATTLi: Sailed Mas .'0
H. 8 Nevudnu, for Hniiotiilii.
SAN FHANCISCO-Arrlvcd .May 27:
8. S. Alaakan, fnua Kalmlnl, May 17
YOKOHAMA Arrltcil May 27:
S H, Korea, hohro Mav K,.
YOKOHAMA Sailed. May 17:
S. S. Asia, for Honolulu
Teniperatiues C n m "d; 8 a. m.
75 10 a, in., 7tl; noor 7., moinliig
llniometer, S a. in., 30 IS; absolute
humidity, 8 p. m., 0 IT", grains per
cubic foot; rolatuo hunil'lltj, 8 a in.,
(a! per cent; dew point. 8 a in., 03.
wind 0 a. in., 'elocit 4, direction
n.: 8 a. in., M'locll tl direction H.;
10 n. in., cloelty 4, diicction N. H.,
noon, eloclty 10, direction N. K.
Hilufnll during 21 hours ended S
Total wind mntenn nl during 2'
horns ended at noon 251 miles
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, I S Weather
HAS BEEN LOCATED
Fnlrchlld Receives Letter From Rltlv
et, Who Has Spalding's
Cable Dated May 16.
Acting Covciuoi Mott-Siiilth this
morning received a litter fioni (,io.
Pali child, In which the latter statin
that ho has receltd a letter fiom It.
P. Itlthet lu San 1'iaiiclsu). lllthet
.viltcf to Inforni Pal. child that Spald
lug lias been located
Ho u.tK that he rcched a table
from Spalding datnl MavlOth, from
Veionn, Italy, In lilh Spalding
ens lie has leeched all of the piev
luiis cables nont him.
It was only the other day that
ftilrrlillil cabled to Ititlict to cable
him liumcdintely whether or not nny
wurd had been heard ftom Spalding,
with tlio statement that the (lovern-
ment was nunojed nt tlio delay. Ititli
ct seems to have' taken llttlo notice
of this, or he docs not deem the mut
ter of wry g.cnt Inipoifiiuc, for It
Is thought ii-i strange that he did
nut cable to Fnlrchlld immediately.
In his letter to the Ailing Gov
ernor, Mi. I'alifhild states that he
lll piobabl) receive written In
structions In the nutter from Spald
ing fomo time In tho earl part of
lime. Whether or not tho (Jo em
inent Ih wlllli.g to wait is a ijuestlon
tluit lias not leey publicly decided,
foi' Molt-Smlth. will mal.o no state
' .? m
(Continued from Pace it
papers filed with tho reBt or tlie papers
In tho cube, and thoy may have lieeu
lost. Wo had always had gieut tlllfl
culty In finding papers In tho Attoruc)
General's departnieut. even Important
ones, owing to tho lax system of filing
jniplojed by tho olerka."
Deputy Attorney Geuci.il I.nt n.icli
stated that he i!d not expect to II ml
the depositions. If anything, bcrlb
bled notes would bo the only tiling on
flic. Ho personally requested Sir
Mnthesou to call ut his otllco j ester
day, following out a custom lu such
cases, to go over his part of tho case
Ho would probably liavo done this
whether or not Mttverton's original
notes had been found.
Tho storj of tho Advertiser about
tho matter reads as follows:
The Leo Let monkoy-bu'olnes3 con
tinues to develop,
Yesleiday, in looking for tlio depo
sitions made In tho case a ear and
moio ugo by two of tlio principal wit
nesses, not a sign of them could lie
louiid. mcy nail neen lemoveil irom
tho files. Only Chief Tuylor's Btato-
ment remained, as tho fact of that
having been liruvloiisly published
made Its theft useless.
So fnr thoio Is no clow. Tho depo
sitions wore made by Slessrs. Slatho-
foii and Ayres, the witnesses men
Honed, to Sir. Slllveilou, when ho was
on tlio Attorney Gtnohil'H staff, Sill,
veilou Is now with tho County Attoi
uey Of coui'so, nobody uuspcclu him
hut whut has beconiu of tlio papei's?
Things Hccni lo liavo been caiefully
piepaied to mnku It tasy for Leo I.tt
to get out. Ho wan indicted, us our
readers will icmeiubor, for tlio at
tempted lnibeiy of Chief Taj lor on
zehalf of Chinese gamblers. County
Attorney Cathenrt let llio case drag
ulong like tlio Duvauchello cast)
which ho surreptitiously no! pi eased
but pii'illelt) lu those columns made
him aliamlon it and turn tho v.holo
business over to tho Attorney Guiici-
al Now It la In Dcputv Lnrnaeh's
hands and on tho calendui for tiinl.
Tho man who stole tho depositions
ought to liavo boon ahlo to pick up a
tidy sum fiom thcCh Inoso gambleis.
who havo shown thonisclvcs willing
to pay high for ravors of any kind.
Considerable building will bo dmio
in San Francisco during tho siimmoi
season and large firms coiitiuuo tho
John R, Glascock, Jr., will oxplmo
Thibet under auspices 'of tho lliltlsh
remove Eye Defects with a
rnb of the finder.
Wc fit glasses for defective vision
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BLDG., Over Hay & Co.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Hntrnncc San KrnncI-o Harbor,
California. -San I'll i-io Usnt
Vessel No. 70, page 1 . N'o. 26 (List
of Lights, lluoys und l).inuuks, Pa
clllc Coast, 1U.08, pagv -2). Station
ed about 3 1-4 mlles'outsldo the bar
off tffo cntianco to San Krnnclsco
Harbor, 10 7-8 inlles 231 degrees 60
minutes (SW 7-8 W) fiom Fort
Point lighthouse, und about C00 feet
nortbwnrd of the range line mnrked
by Pott Point Light and Alcatrnz
Correction. Mny IS, 190S, this
cbscl was temporarily withdrawn
fiom her station for repairs, nnd the
station was marked by a gas buoy
Instead of Relief Light Vessel No. 70.
The gas buoy Is painted led, with
"Light Vessel Mooilngs" In blue!.,
and shows a fixed white light with;
San Francisco Light Vessel, 70,
pago 11, No, 2.. (List of Lights,'
lliiojs, und Daymuiks, Pacific Coast,
ID0S, page 22.) Stationed about
:! 1-4 miles outside the bar off the
entrance to San Francisco Harbor,
10 7-8 miles rfw'7-8 V from Foil
Point lighthouse, mid about .Mil)
feet to the noilhwurd of the range
line maiked b Foil Point light and
About May IS, 1908, Light Vessel
N'o. 70 will be withdrawn from her
station for icpalrs nnd the station
will be temporal lly mniked by n gas
bun) painful led. with "Light Vessel
Motilities" In bhek, and showing n
IKeil white light.
The light easel will be returned
to her station us roou ns lepalis have
been completed, of wliic.li duo notice
will be given, nnd the gns-llghtcd
buoy will then be withdrawn.
No change will be made In Light
Vessel No. 70 ns to tho characteris
tics of her lights, fog signal, or gen
illunts Reef Light Vessel, No. S3,
page 22, No. 00 (List or Lights,
Iliiojs, nnd Daytuarks, Pacific Const,
1B03, page SG). Stationed 1 7-8
miles SW 1-S S from Illunts Reef,
off tho sen coist ot Ciillfornln, anil
I 1-2 miles WSW, MMitherly, fioni
C'npe Mendocino lighthouse.
About May 23, 1908, the esscl
will sound, In addition to her recu
lir fog-whlstlo or fog-bell, "during
thlil. tu foggj weather, a BUhmarlno
bell, sti Iking the number "82" nt
icguhir Inlei vale, thus:
Silent Interval: 3 sec.
Silent interval: 6 1-2 sec.
Staro Island Strnlt, California. A
inessngo from tlio Commandant ot
Sluro Island Navy Yard states that
a bargo loaded with 600 tons of coal
got adrift nnd bank across tho moor
ings of South Vallejo lluoy No. 2 In
the fall way between Mare Island nnd
Vnllojo. Tho derrick of barge shows
nhout fifteen feet nbovo water. Red
lights will bo shown at night.
TilH STKAMKR J. A. Ciunmlns nr
lived In this poit lust evening, from
O.iliu points. Captain Scailo reports
a good trip. Rho hi ought nhout 73
tons of rlco and sugar. Tho llttlo
crult leaves tomorrow morning nt 7
o'clock for Wiilninnnlo.
TilH SCHOONKR'Flaiircnco Waul
ai lived last evening from Midway,
whole sho went to tnko supplies for
the cable station. She had a nice run
lu. exceiit that bIio encountorcd bo
OAKLAND, Calif., SIny 20. Thiee houses owned by et-Supcivisor
James Gallagher have been wieeked
Gallagher, who is ono of tho
against Stdimltz and Ruof In icturn foi Immunity, had his own house,
blown about his cars by djiiainlte a fow weeks ago. Now thieo more
havo been shuttered. Gallagher, after his releaso from mi est, boabted
that ho had gol out with much piapetty uud 136,000, in cash, Follow-
eis of the old icglnio In San Francisco me supposed to he tho tlynnmltors.
BALL AT BUCKINGHAM
LONDON, Hub;.. Slay 2G. A Statu
hall was given tills ovcnlng in llutk
liighnm Pahico lu honor of Piesldent
rallleres of 1'iuiire, who bus come lo
attend tho lraiuo-lli Itlsli Imposi
tion. SOLDIERS SUNSTRUCK
KORNiaSlllIRG, SIny 20. Tlnoo
ai lllleijmeu mu dead and twouty
aio lu a eeilnus condition fiom sun
stinko Im in red in a practise mnicli.
i.. 'ji , i -
PR0HIS IN NORTH CAROLINA
RALUIGII, N. C Slay 20. -Prohibitionists
TANCY DRESS BALL
i HELD ON MANUKA i
fmplre Day Celebrated Dy Unique
Cvcnt On Poop Deck of
Tie R. SI. S. S. Mnnul.n, Phillips,
atrlvol here this morning from the
Colonies by way of Suva. She leaves
..Ms evening nl 8 o'clock fin her way
to Vancouver hi Victoria. The lioat
lu ' her accommodations full, with a
lo g list of cabin passengers. Tho
Miser's report' of the ojuge Is as
"R. M. S. Manuka, 1500 tons, Com
t.iander Kdwln Phillips, nrrlved nt
S o'clock this mot nlng fiom S)dncy
via llilshano and Suha. Departure
was taken fiom tlio Commonwealth,
13"th Inst., l'l p. in,; Suva, FIJI, be
ing readied on tlio 19th, 11:30 p.m.,
leaving again next day. Unpleasant
seas and heavy tain squalls prevail
ed in the ill st part of oyagc, the lat
ter being much Unci. Sports nnd
deck gaincs wcic indulged lu nnd
heartily enjojed by the largo num
ber of peoplo on board, nnd on the
evening of .Mommy, the 2uth, a
highly successful fancy dress balll
was held on tho poop deck, being
largely attended, tho fancy cresses
being numerous nnd ot an exception
ally good assortment. Mis3 D. Jones
of Melbourne can led off the first
prlro us a brown paper paicel. Miss
Clnike being voted ns runner-up. Mr.
Ilabul can led ou tho pi'zo Tor tho
gentlemen, I). Wllsnn-Smlth coming
a ctoso second."
Tho Manuka lmtl iibout fiOO tons
of general fi eight for this pint, In
cluding a good bunch ot ammonia
sulphate. She nlui had a quantity
of ronl mall.
On hoiiid was a gentleman who
had stowed away nt llilshane, claim
lug tu lie ii lcstdent of this city.
Piominenl among the passengers
w.n C'apt llrlilMin or H. M. S. Chal
lenger, with Mrs Jliidson and Lady
Trafalgar mid her til other. Lieuten
ant Dalgely. The Mnntiha had over
200 lu her passenger list.
is nd mmi
Mr. A. K. Virgil Is in tho city for
a few dajs, having arilved by the
Manuka this morning. Sir. Virgil
will give n free musical examination
litis ovcnlng nt the bliidlo of Sirs,
Henry lllel.nell, 70 Kukul street. Tills
tnlk Is given to help tlio tcucheY,
plaer. and learner to ovcitomo their
difficulties In piano plajlng. All
those Intercnted me invited to be
pit-sent. Intel view bonis havo been
ai ranged by Sirs ltleknoll at her
studio ever tlaj. The recital will
boglvcu Friday evening at tho Alex
ander Young Hotel bnll-ioom. Sir.
and Mis, Virgil will bo hero ono
"CJnlt while ou uie champion," Is
John L. Sulllvnu's advice to Picsl
Letter icopens breach betveen Dr.
Goebel and faculty of Stanford Uni
versity. many head winds, and had a few days
of calm, making her twenty-three days
ou tho trip. She had a llttlo while
sand in her hold, for ballast. Tho
Ward brought llvo passengers, among
them two Japs and u Chliumau.
THi: KINAU and tlio Claudlno nro
in this morning, tlio former from
Kauai and tho latter from Illlo and
way potts, biiiiglug nvcingo general
THi: SCIIOONKR SIol Wahlno is on
tho mnrliio railway btlns cleaned ami
TilH W. G. HALL nnd Iwnlanl
sailed jcstciday afternoon.
Till: NHVADAN SAILS from the
Sound for this port today.
boodlors vim gavn Stiito's evldoneo
CENTRAL AMERICAN PEACE
CARTAGO, SIny 20. -Tho Central
American Couit of Jiistlco opens its
session tomonow. Androw Carneglo
has offeied to build n 100,u00. ponce
KILLED IN FLOODS
COLUKRT,, Oltla., Slay 20, Tlio
llootls tontiiiue. Finn teen jieoplo
have boon ill owned ou an Island heio
where thoy had taken icfuge.
LOS ANGELES TO FLY
1.03 ANGKIiKS, Calif., SIny "20.
An Aoro Club baa been formed here.
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New moon Slay 2 9at 1:61 p, m.
Hawaiian standard time is lu liuurs
80 minutes "Blcwor than Greenwich
time, boing that of the meridian of 167
lesrecs 30 leinutes. Thu tlr.io whistle
blows ut 1:30 p. m., which is the same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aro for local tltuo Tor tho
v it jt v ?c w k m n it m ii u a n v.
K ARRIVED 3S
H s s a si a i? x a k 55 a e a m
Tuesday, Slay 20.
Schr. Flamenco Ward, Plltz, fiom
Midway, 8 p m.
Wednesday, May 27.
It. SI. S. Manuka, Phillips, fioni tho
Colonies via FIJI. 8 a. in.
Stinr. Klnnii, Gregory, fiom Kauai,
4 n. m.
Stinr. Clnudlne, Dennett, from Hllo
and Maul, 3.07 a. in.
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it k a it st n w km x k j a st
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K ii S K R i K 3! It M a K
Tnesda, Muy 20.
Stntr. Iwnlanl, Self, for Maul und
.Molokul, 6 p. in.
Stinr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, B p. in,
n b u ii s k k t( ii i: iu ) :n:
It. M S. Manuka, Phillips, for Van
couver, via Vlclorln, 8 p. pn
tt K K X K I H K it ft il X :( !i It k
& u ii c a n it n i; t ;u k k it
Per x'mr Klnnii, Gtegory, from
Kauai. Slav 27. Mrs. It. Catton, Slis.s
Cation I-' Gay mid wife, K. Gay, SIis.
Dr. Sandow, Mrs W Stodurt anil
child. l)r Piitiunu, f. W. Spitz, .1.
lliiiiis, T. A. lloirin, Jr., K. A. Love
lace and wire, G. II Slayer. W. P. .Mil
ler. II K Scholcfelt. II. Sielne. G. W.
Paty, Anhook Yiieen, Y. Aiuoy, Jllss
A. rook Tal, Dolil an 1 10 deck.
Per stmr. Clnudlne, from Illlo and
v.aj poits. Slay 27 S. Toplltz, I). S.
Austin, Slis. C IS, Hopkins, Master P.
Vlckery, Master G. Hopkins, Joseph
Ino Hopkins. M. do Cnmhra, Mrs. .Ma
delros. Sirs. Slnhalu and child, V. S.
lloeck'nnd wife, Mrs. O. S. Kceney, II,
A. Howard. A pan, Rev. A. 11. Wej
mouth, C. II Kluegel, .Ins. Robert, I).
K. Kahaulcllo and 21 deck.
Per stmr. rlnniiicn, Phillips, from
Colonies, ln Fiji. May 27. Sirs. Vir
gil. Mrs. Ohllng and 2 chlldien, SIIsh
Stella Montague. Mls3 T. I.. Urovvii.
SIlss A. P. Denulson, A. II. Virgil, P.
Pfankercli, L. S. White, H. 11. Tlionnn,
II, Niiliome, SI. .Morse nnd 8 Hindoos.
AM FOR FLEET
Tho Pi ess Commltteo of tho Fleet
Committee, hold a meeting yesterday
afternoon lu tho Promotion Commlt
teo rooms. It wus found Hint thciu
was comparatively llttlo to bo clone.
Answci lug tho suggestion of the Hx
eciittvo that inoi o attention bo given
publicity In connection with tlio en
tertainment, tlio eommlt,teo respond
ed Hint It cncli stili-commlttco would
notify tho newspapers of tho city of.
tlio time it Is tu meet, tho papers wilt
do the icst. A motion was nlso pass
ed to request tho Hxccutlvo for In
formation on how much cnteitalnlng
the Press Conimitlco was supposed tu
do for tlie correspondents.
Sir. Connes3, rcpoitlng for a sub
committee, btatcd that looms ns n
heiidquaiters for tho conespoiidonta
havo been oUcied In tho SlcCnndless
block and the Alcxnndor Young buil
ding. Mr. Sheha reported Hint the
dinner for tlio correspondents at thu
Slnchizuki Club could bo arranged nc
a nominal figure.
JIossib, Lll:o, Poepoc, W, D. Adnmi,
C. R. Frnzlcr, and Ilouluo wero mill
ed to tho commltteo.
REAL ESTATE XP.ANSACTI0N&
Entered for Record May 26, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Autono (1 Itoko udv K Sliibaiima
Kaiiiulaiilu (k) to Poloalea (1)..D
Hoii Hnos to Rosalie Lvons. . Agi;nt
Wni Henry to SIis T Abo Rel
Entered for Record May 27, 1908,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Sllnnlo II Knluo nnd lisb to K II
Kuhoounauna (It) .,1)
I.elalolia nnd lisb et nl to llep.iy
Ilii eh n
fvr- "Ml I hin DS r frt
GET IN EXT
to yourself and let us build that ca
aoc, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, nl 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 Alapai.
s. t'ti, n r,.y
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