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BVBN1N0 IUIUJW1N, HONOLULU, T. II, THUnSDAY, MAY 28, 1908.
All Mitt li. ,2,
WUVMU W I Lilt
Hawaiian First Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 In
itiation. 8 VTI'IJOAV
All flatting uiiibers of tli.
orilw are eordUIly Invited te
atln imitlio of lacl lnd
HARMONY LODGL, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
'Moat every II on day evening at
T:S0 In I. 0 O. JT. Hall. Fort Stieet
R. 11. OSXURT, SearaUry.
JIBS F V1CKVCWJ. N. O.
All visiting bistto.r vary cordially
MYOTIC LODGE.JlO. 2, K. OF P.
llaets overy Krt and 4th Tuosday
of each month at 7.30 p. m. nt K. P.
Hall, corner Kort and Uoretanla Sts.
VUlttas Brothers cordially wolcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. of R. & 3.
0A1IU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first anil third Fri
day evoning at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
earner Fort and Iloretanla. Visiting
brother cordially Invited to attend.
A. G. DEHRINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE. K.U.3.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B, P. 0. B.
, i,f,i,iiii l.ndg No. 810, U. P. O.
4 oill meet in tbelr hull on Kins
mii for rt-pt avery Pr'dny aven
cjsg Hy out' i t me K tt.
HBNUY C. EA8TON,
VM. H. MoINERNY, D. H.
n, M'KIJJLKY L03GR Bo.8, K.of P.
Meet xvwy Saturday erenlas at
I: jo u'.liwh lu K. of P. nail, s
rt and Horetanla. Vlaltlng broth-
n roirfinlly livlted to attnsd.
W L. S'EAHBK. C.C.,
H. A. JACOBSOTf. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, V. 0. E.
Ut on o. vnd inrl nu WK1-
UAY tiitinJ of eaen month at
7 a of took lo S of P. Hall, oracr
MK(aulu u"'1 I'ort ttroets.
VMtltti! aal ar iuvltod to a
W 1. TKA2HH. Y,., Prest
tl T UOURB. Soty.
EAWAUAN TXI3E No. 1, 1. 0. R. K
M.wU vry llrrt and third Thttrn
liye of enea month at Knights of
Pythluu ytall. Waiting brothers cor
taIU tarttcd nttond.
J W Ancii, Sachem.
A C. MUllPHY, C. of U.
Sprinj; Flowers, New Ribbons,
Pajiacrs pub Hats Are Arrived.
VTiw frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
10 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
fo? Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
n aiakinc tho Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
Tho most popular
place iu town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. aear Fort.
f&filc Scully, Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskov on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
?0n CLEANSING tlia SCALP fi j
i Use a cv shompoo i
for ladies or children, v I
This is cade from the whites in
of e'tr and is on" of the bent J ,
! sheaf roo preparations on theS? '
market, j I
i 23 Cents A Bottle. G
JBenson, Smith &
& Co., Ltd.,
ft HOTEL and FORT STS.
- j.. Si i facrw wcu a.:rtomxn)jrjis:T
It will build you up
:;aBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. F0ET AND TOO STS.
DIAMOND HEADS vs. ST. LOUIS
KAMS VS. TUNS.
Uescrved Seats Grandstand 25o extra
lacsTS r o u
WI1IT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
nSRGE-ASROT?" aui CAMERA
T0U2ING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
VTe have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also sold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
Stunning New Millinery
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
King Streot, Swa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DR-
KINO 8T. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Stc, Etc, All kinds of K0A and
MIBSIOH FURNITURE Made To
M. A. Gunst & Co.
LOCAL AW GENERAL
Vacation-time is Just Around the
Corner; don't let -it catch you with
out money or a place to go. Let the
Bulletin Plan solve the prob
lem for you.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Pnunui.i lints cleaned at lliu (Hobo.
King up Scotty's when you want a
Boot! auto i Ido. Phono 107.
May Paradlso of the Pacific for snle
u...h for mailing, nt nil news stands.
While here the Kolo la( lmll lenm
will Btnv ut Die Moclilztlkl Club, Val-
(.' ipl.iln Olw-tll has made application
rii a snip of land nt Nupoopoo tii bu
ii" d as it lhthou-o flti
Thf Soanlilu cottages nri- dollshtful
In th hummer time. HugaRo n cot-
tngo noy for tlio reason.
I'or n thliBt, a good bite, mid n
"linUe" with nil )our sporting
fili'iulx, gu to tlto I'ushlon.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arufclc"
Yoit will bo lurprlaed nt tta coillni:
and t'rcservntlvo properties. Callfornln
Tccd Co.. ngents.
Your typewriter should be kept in
rxcellent oricr. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143."
The llrltleh Consul, Mr. Torttcr,
called thin morning on C'aptnln Itcca.
nt tho N'mnl Station. Ho Is Intcrostod
la tho collier Sllbcrhorn, which wna
reported nn flro olt San Kcrnnndez.
Acting Governor Mott-Smltli this
morning nppiorpd land iiatcntu to the
Public Worki Oopartnient on n ensh
purchnso to V., .1. Morgm for n strip
of laud on llerelanla street. Tho con
ldciatlon wns $50.
Past-Assistant Paymaster Arthur S.
Drown. I. S. N well known lu this
city, has boon dotached from tho Plill
odoliihla jnnl, nnd Is now nctlng in
assistant to tho general storvkuopoi
at tlio I'ugot Sound Nnvy Yard.
A T. Drock, formerly of this cltj.
has written to Acting Governor Mott
Smith, stating that he (II rock) Iin3
boon' udmlttod to prnctlco law In tin
Stuto of California, an.'I that ho Is now
will! tho firm of K. V. Haltey & Co.,
(Continued from Fuze I)
ed that II was not of very groat mo
mout. Ho had asked that tho testi
mony bo admitted In order that he
might better work up hia embezzle
ment cite under Indictment for which
Koki is now being triod
Tho defense has claimed ,that thero
was no loss to the Government
through any embezzlement of United
States postofllco funds, for if any
money was taken, It had been refund
ed. Ilicckons was attempting to pioo
that Kolil stolo the money to mako
his accounts balaucu v. lien tlio In
spector riuuo nroiind. Iloucvcr, this
eldcnco was ruled out by Judgo Dole
this morning, .although IlreckoiiB may
object In tho continuation of tlio trial
Postoirtcu Inspector Hare has been
on the stand tho most of the tlmo for
the labt three days, and his testimony
has boon Interesting. He g.io u de
tailed account of overy proress that a
inuiu) older must go thniugh fmiii
I l.o time of Its issuance until it had
been finally paid .uid llu reeelpt re
ceived. Tho nrcount boeji luvo bJcn
the hiilijoi-t of a gioat deal or dltciib
ilon b ll'e varloiu nttoiii'js mosily
rpginlln"; the nilmlEslblllty of diffurunt
points In evidence.
A ItKI.IAltI.E ItHMUUV FOR THTJ
Whisky and Beer Habit
A'ory few men becomo drunkards be-
lame they like liquor. It is frequent-
y tlio modcrato drinker, who before lu
. callzcs his condition, has becomo a
drunkutd. The nervous system, hav
ing becomo necustomed to stimulants,
U uuablo to do tho same amount or
quality of work without liquor, hence
'.he victim drinks more nnd more. This
u n state of disease, and should bo
treated by Orrlne. It destroys the do
tlre for liquor, so that tho drink la not
missed. Thero is no loss of tlmo or
detention from work when It Is used.
Orrlno is jueparcd In two forms: No.
1, tho iccret remedy which can bo used
in food or drink without the knowledge
of tlio patient; No. 2 for those who
take tho remedy of their own free win
Roth forms are guaranteed. A reg
istered guarantee in every box.
Treatise on lion to cure drunkenness
freo on request. Tho Orrlne Co., Wash
ington, D; C. Tho prico of either form
is (1 n box, making tho cost of tlio
complete cure less thai) one-tenth what
It is usually charged at sanitariums,
v. lth n guarantee that tho expense will
bo nothing unless a euro Is gained.
Mall orders filled in plain scaled pack
age on receipt of price.
Urrlno is for salo by Honolulu Drug
DUla for general supplies opened
at the ofllco of U. S. Engineer Cnpt.
Otwcll yesteiday afternoon resulted
In awards being mado to nil of tho
numerous bidders, for various arti
cles, with the exception of Catton,
Nein & Co.
lllils opened this noon showed tho
following bidders: Theo. II. Da vies
& Co., supplies; Honolulu Iron
Works, Iron goods; Catton, Nell! &
Co., Iron work; Allen & Robinson,
lumber, nnkum, and Iron materials;
D. O. Hall & Bon, hnrdware, iron,
spikes, otc; Lowers & Cooke, lum
ber. These bids will hnvo to bo can
vassed before any awards are made,
oh they do not cull for lump sums.
THE A.-H. S. S. Despatch is ox
pected In port tomorrow.
in mm it is
SABLE REP0KT OF SAK
Wednesday. May 27.
SKATTM2 Snl'i-1 l-iy 'in--
S. S. Nuvadan, lor Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO -Arrived May 27:
S. H. Alaskan, fin.n Kahillul, May 17
YOKOHAMA- An I oil M.iyy 27:
8 H. Korea, hem. May !,.
YOKOHAMA fi.i!l. I. May 27:
S. 3. Asia, lm- Honolulu.
Thursday, May 23.
BAN PRANClS'iM rrled May 27:
S. S. Htintilati ' noe .May 1J.
HONOII'ir Arnwi May 2S:
Sclir. Defender, from San Vrnnclsco.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed M-iy 2S:
Uktno Olympic, Tor Honolulu nnd
PIIILADKU'IIIA Arrived May 28:
Krsklno M, Phelps, from Knhulul,
SAUNA CRUZ-Arrived May 23:
S. S. Mexican from llllo May S.
SAUNA CRUZ Sallul May 23:
S. 3. Ailzonnn, for San Diego.
Tho A.-H. S. S Virginian arrived
hero M-stcrdny nftornoon. bringing ono
ilii-8 mall, from Sm Francisco. Sho
left the day after ilie Amcilen Mr.ru.
Tho big boat came down rather light
In tho water, but had an uneventful
passage nnd pic .ml weather. She
brought uhntit imio tons general
fiolght, though tdio was so high that
the Inspectors hail a hard tlmo crawl
ing aboard her, outride the harbor.
K. C. Winston of this city returned
on her, bringing a prim boar, nnd n
hhlpliient of eight mules wiis brought
down by Mr. Drown fur (lus Scliuman.
She will load Migar In this port. Kit-
nnapall, Knhulul, and llllo for Sallu.i
Two stownwa on tlio Ceylan, tho
French vessel v.hlch was in this iioiV
some tlmo ugo, had a frightful opci-
leiico nt San Franclnco, ono of tlieni
being hiiffocatf,! b ga-es used to funi
Igate her,' nnd the other being saved
after ho had foui:h' his wny to a port
hole, and hud his he.ul socuiely calked
Into the hole, mo th.it the escaping
fumes would not uun'urnte hlui.
The O. S. S. Abnn da Is duo In this
port tomorrow from Sjii Francisco
The T. K. K. H S. Nippon Marti Is
due tomorrow frcii tlio Orient with
mail. Sho will t'iko nut mall for the
Coist, probably tomorrow afternoon.
Till: R. M, S. H..MANUKA uatlc 1
lat iiionliiir for tho Sound, to llrltlsh
Columbian ports, nftor discharging
cargo lu this port for the greater part
or the In.
T1IIJ AMERICAN SHIP ll.ingaloro.
217 days out from Norfolk for this
ln t, was quoted nt SO pei cent when
the Virginian loft Han 1'i.iucUco.
Till: MAlJ.VA I.OA lenwa ut noon
totnonmv .mil tlio Cliudhi ul G p. m.
tomorrow, both' for Maul .mil Hawaii
A p'lper wan I'jiuoil on the MnTiukt
on Iimi last trip up from tin ColonltD,
called the ' .Maniika Scaichllght."
THE r-TF.AMRR KINAU sails nt G
p. iii iiuiiit for Kauai.
f- v; ; : -'j
TciPi.ci tnrus C n. in., 7; N a. in..
75; lu a. in., 75; noon, 7V, iiioruing
lint ometer, 8 a. iu., 39.13; absolute
humidity, S n. in., 5.127 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
58 per cent; (low point, S n. m., 59.
Wind (i n. in., jcloclty it, direction
N, i:.; 8 n. m., velocity S, direction
R.j 10 a. m., velocity 10, dhectlon R.j
noo'.. leloclty 9, direction N.
Italnfall dm lug 21 hpurs ended 8 n.
m.. .00 Inch.
Total wind mniomcnt limine 24
bonis ended n't noon, 219 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
A local business man who is u
friend of Vorys, thomannger of the
Taft campaign, has retell cd a letter
fiom that goutleman In which lio
states that us fur us Taft is concern
ed it is practically all over but tho
"At tho close of this week," writes
Vorj s, "we will have, In delegations
Instructed and dolcgates openly de
clared for Secretary Taft, moro than
the number roqulred to nominate
without counting contested delega
tions, I now believe that tho Chi
cago convention will be simply u
BULLETIN AD. PAV
A Most Exmlleat Aiscntment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
8? S. KINO ST. PHONE 525.
Simple and complicated lenses du
plicated. A. ri, 3ANFOH0,
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
' hut la really needed nt Aah.
Pink Is it few lileechois," stated (.
prominent fan this moriiing, upe.il.
Ing on tho suggestion .n.'d.) , cov
ural petmiiiH who ntte ,d t'.io iti.or
sldo League games on buudnys, about
putting up bteecheii on the liiauka
bide of the band stu i Tho crowd
which attends tho games regularly
on Sundnys lias Increased so largely
that the two or three bundled chillis
placed on tho ground have been
found instilllclent to accommodate
nil those who ale desirous to be seat
ed nnd watch tlio games. Tills has
brought out tho plan to build blecch
ers. "I think it Is tho duty of somo cit
izens who nro supporters of our nn
tlonnl pastlmo to draw up n petition
nnd request tho Hoard of Supervisors
to give nn appropriation for tho con
stntUlmi of tho lilecchers. A charge
of fivu or ten cents a head will ere
nto a nice llttlo Income for the
league. Tho five clubs hnvo nlrcady
spent about $500 for uniforms, bats,
halls, etc., to It is nothing but fair
that tho public should aid this goo 1
cause along. Tho Kind of biitcball
pla)ed by this leaguo Is worth see
ing." Another (imposition is to subscribe
u sum among tho funs to build the.
Iileei'hors mid then to repay tho debt
fiom the Income fiom tho collections
on Sundajs. Tho latter Is n good
plan, lu rase the Siipcrvisuis refuse
to consider the petition. Thoru Is
little doubt that permission can bo
obtained fiom tho Superintendent of
Public Works to put up tlio bteechcra
on the park. This is the only spot
on tlio glolio whore good Internation
al baseball games aro played, and
Honolulu should be proud of It.
Jockey Willis will do his last real
haul work nt tho llnths thlH after
noon, commencing ut 2:311 o'clock,
lie will spar six fast rounds with his
sparring partner nnd wllL do his us
ual training stunts for the edification
of iinjone who may caro lo witness
tliem. Willis weighed 109 pounds
this morning and looked ns well and
strong as could be.
Ah Sam was out on tho road
inlRbt, VnI early nnd did u little
boxing on the sldo tills morning. This
afternoon he will bo-; with llulliiil
and Kupn ut the Knlnul.iunolo Ath
Tho 'Clilnaniau Is making weight
nicely end stated this morning that
he wan conlldcnt of gaining tho ref
The Fort Shufter contingent tire
ill In the bent of shape and overy
nign of the quaitet will do his best
to earn the good-will of local Iniera
it boxing wieii tho gong calls him,
to the (enter of the ling on Saturday
Tho advance salo of scats started
this ntornhig nnd from tho brisk de-
HER ARMOR HELD
OLD POINT COMFORT, Vu., May 27. Tho modern United States
monitor Florida became a target today- for thu 1 2-Inch guns of her bis
ter monitor, tlio Arkansas, at 11 distance of 350 yards, to test tho resist
ing power of lior turrets. Tho turrets withstood tho stialn of the bom
bardment and camo out of tho one-sided contest In good working order.
MR. HEARST DEPARTS
NEW YORK, N. Y May 27. -
William R. Hearst has balled for Eu
lopo and docs not expect to bo pres
ent at tho Democratic National Con
vention. MANY CONTESTED SEATS
CHICAGO, III., Mny 27. Thoio
will bo two hundred scats contested
in tlio National Republican Convention.
Discount Your Shoe Bill
by having your soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shoe-repairinj goes deep below the surface; it is not just
on top. Our method is to do the BEST work for the least
possible price. Shoes coled and heeled wliile yen wait.
VICTORS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP,
1110 UNION ST.
iand It looks ns If tho Orplicum
.mid bo filled with us big li ciowd
.n Kiirf ever witnessed n boxing exhl
Itlon lu Honolulu.
MORE K00LAU PEOPLE
(Continued from Fajc 1)
ing purport's; Hint lliey nie not own-eta-
of land' In fee simple) wlCliln the
1'ild Territory of Hawaii; nnd that
l if lite one!) of thcni nil In all rcr
rpco i innllllel to ncqulro goiornniont
' 'n 'i. ns Fot nut In section 347 of said
''cW ed Laws of llnwaif.
"'..id your petitioners will" ever
!' ' '
llalod nt Kuncoho, Onhii. May IK.
The first of the signers of th" pe.i'
' m li tlio well known sage of Kane-
le, Henry Cobb Adams, who gies Iil
".go as 4!) years, liU occupation ns
Deputy Assesor, and uppcmls the fol
lowing note to his signature: "Also
an applicant for ioti 1 nnd 2. Kanohou
luhvl, nnd ctnlm that no homestead
should bo below 20 r.. This Is signed
lu case I full Ju tho other application:
Tho rest of tho signers, tiro ns fob
John II Pahla, ago 20, unmarried:
Manuel Lopez, ago 5fi, married, cnal
nrer; Sol. K. Lclaloha, ago 20, imiuar
rlod; John N. Gere, ago ."IS, married,
engineer; Zachnrlah McKoague. age
3'!, married, school teacher; Edward
K. Halcakala, ago 39, marrlod, team
stcr; C. Young Fnt. ngo 20, unmarried,
tnro planter: C. Alt You, ago 33, un:
married, toro iilanter; John Dili, nge
41 married', road oiersoer; C. Ah
I'ook, ago 20, unmarried, laborer;
Hnrry.Ah Kon See, ngo 10. unmarried,
Etudonl; Sam Kanl, ago 35, married,
carpenter; James Antone, ngo 22, mar
ried teamster; Annie Nnono, ago 45,
unmarried; James Kaknt, ago 31, un
married, teamster; Ana Keolna, ngo
34, unmarried; Kamnka Kent, nge 35,
unmarried, laborer; Knhanu Km, nge
Johnnie Nnsclniciito, n bright Por
tuguese lad who runs tho llullo
1 1 11 press, has had 11 bright Idea
with legal d to the Fleet entertain
ment which is now being fuiornbly
considered by somo of thoso in
di.irgo of the matter. John cays
that ho for ono docs not boo tho
tense of billing tho fireworks display
at the Capitol grounds, where it will
practically bu hiding olio's light un
der 11 bushel. No one but those who
uie Iu tho Immediate vicinity will bo
ablo tt) see moro than a limited pint
of the display If the fireworks uro set
off there, nnd he suggest that it
would be much better nil mound If
tho fireworks weio set off from tho
lop of Piiughbowl. If this wore done
they could bo seen from nil, oven the
remotest, parts, of tho city, nnd the
sight of tho Roman candles, Hare
lights, etc., Imrulug on tlio top of tho
old crater would bo it very beautiful
nnd unique one.
"I think that the Idea Is tin excel
lent one," said Secretary Wood of
tho Fleet Executive Committee this
foi moon wlicu tho matter wns men
tioned to him. "The display would
certainly bo shown off to better nd
vantatto lu case it weio giicn from
such n high elevation, mid If a few
barrels of tar weio set nflro It would
liilNO tho effect of it continuous show.
Furthermore, 'there lire going to bo
many jiion fiom tho Fleet who will
hne to btay on board tho vessels on
that occasion, and if tlio flrewoiks
weio set oft from Punchbowl they
would lune a tliunrn to enjoy iho
slglit from the harbor iih well us
their nioio fortunate coinuulcs who
have shoio leave."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
ASIIIIY, Okla., May 27. Ten
people have been killed, twolvo In-
Juicd, hundieds of cattlo killed, nnd
a wide urea of ctops destroyed by a
tornado which passed thiough this
Receiver Whltrldgo of tho Third
Avenue Railroad Company of Now
Yoik reports that ?3C,000,000 of
monoy received fiom salo of bonds of
the load lius not been accounted for.
NEAR HOTEL STREET
Islr sir F w !f
i" s - -
V-m.jH. n-m. a n p m- klrs
j'i i t'Jn f. ai,7vo 511 r, ST' a
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a : :.. i.h i :' i 9) J 5 u t, M , w
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a a to a-i a as s sj it m i .-, 17 0 ani V, 07
m lilll 3'i'. OO-JllM -6sl7 on Scis
si am iii 1 10 ;u 517 cm n m
LL ' '
aow moon May 2 Out 1:51 p, in,
Hawaiian stniulard tllnu Is 10 hours
20 minute s slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
Jcgrvos 30 uWutites. Tho tlmo whlxtlo
blows at 1:30 p. m., which in tliiVunme
w. Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minuter.. Sun
Rinl moon aro for local tlmo for the
v :r jf ;? :t m k m m if it k h n
ji x 5C jx n a :; p. m m r :i
Weduoscday, May 27.
S. S. Roscciaiw, from Ktaiuiiall,
3' 30 p. 111.
A.-II. S. H. Virginian, from San
Francisco, 0:30 p. 111.
Thursday, May 28.
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, fiom Maul and
Moloknt, 12.15 p. m.
ItHKiiKIi K-K C K K KX1IX
Wednesday, May 2".
V. S. S. Manuka, Phillips, Tor Van
couver, S:10 p. m.
It 31 it a tt IJ M 51 K If M 5C X
S. S. Rosccraiia1, Willi bargo Monte
rey In tow, for Gnilotn, p. 111.
Stmr. Kliuui, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. 111.
t W S 3C X it IW X Jl K K K Ut K S M
X SAILING TOMORROW
K K 5? Jt SC A X Jl X W it X H K 38
T. K. K. Nippon Mam, for San
Francisco, p 111,
X '. ti K V. K ii Jt M ii JS M S C A Jt
R ' DUE TOMORROW
jf X )i y x x si w x : ju a js n k m
O. S. S. Alameda, from San Fran
cisco, 7 '30 a. in.
T K. K. Nippon Mnru, from Orient,
II)!i:)tK !-. K 31 t JJ K W K 11
PASSENGERS DEPARTED X
W. Lehl, Wm. Woon. Mrs. Ualluy
niul daughter, R. S. Norrls, J. Marks.
C. J. McKoIllaii, V. W. Loo. It. W.
Stusher, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Payno
nnd son, J. Cummins, C. J. Iiersun,
Misses Amy nnd Catheiinn Chapman.
AttHV! H &HHX -iV niSfiU
X PASSENGERS BOOKED
ky.iixx s it m x KSKx'tii x n
Per stmr. Ktiinu, Gregory, for
Kami. May 2S, 5 p. 111. Miss Roslo
Fernandez, Dr. Putnam, C. W. Spitz,
Mis, Wllhclm, F. Weber, II. W. M.
Mist, E. P. Low nnd wife.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 27, 1903,
Malm Kidiolnu (w) to Alio Poepoo
et al I)
llllo Sugar Co to G II Vicars D
Court Liilinlllo CC00 , 0,F by ti3 to
Antono L Perry ' Hel
C W Uooth nnd v.f to Frederick E
WlllWui U Thomas Tr to Thomas
Pinein.p'o Co Lid 1)
Haniitel a l'Lck and wf to Rank of
llavull. Ltd M
Allen & Roblnion Ltd to Chas F
Murray '. ltel
Chas F Mm ray to Eleanor P Frolt-
Entered for Record May 23, 1908,
Kalokolll Kraho (w) to Mrs. Annlo
Llfteo , 1)
Julia I Onehn n2d hsb'to Vincent K
J Goncnlvos Franca by mtgeo to
John P Dins Fore Affdt
J tlonnalvos Franca by mtgeo lo '
Giillhorinlna Franca D
(Continued from Pace 1)
tgated tlio dissatisfied ciowd into n
peaceful harbor wlioro they anchored
and decided to abi lo by tho decision
of ho Executive' Committee
Willi rufcicnso to tho Knpen.-i falls,
Cllio Davles Infoimcd tho committee
by letter that all temporary house 1
might bo roinoved after tho licet,
le.ucs. Ho further asked that pollco
or gunrdH bo stationed near ids jirl
vtito pi crakes to kcop off trespasser.!
and to prevent his pen ants, whoso
House was iu the Imr.iodlato nelghbui.
hood, from being attacked by tlio
bojs. Tho letter was hied.
Tlio biibject of entertainment of Ilia
olflceiB nt I'onrl Haibnr with n Ha
waiian limn wns dlsciissod but 110 def
inite notion was taken.
Theio being no fiuthor business til
transact, on the cliulrinan'a calendar,
the meeting adjourned.
Pr uent weio F. L. Wnldron, Emll
Uorndt, M Phillips, Cnpt. Rees, Abram
Lewis, Jr., Henry Ilertlcninn, J. M.
Levy, Dr Mltnmiira. W. T. Lucas,
John Onlld and S. Sheb-i.
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 you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done It, however: so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.