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Hawaiian First Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 In
All visiting mcmberi of be
oritar nre cordially Invited to
Mrad rSCRImct of local 1oda
HARMONY LODGH, Ni. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
IImU ivwr Uonday evtnlne at'
7i 30 In I. O. O. V. Hail. Fort Stieet.
B. n. HUXDKT. SMretarj,
RUN. r. YICKKttS, N .
All vWttnc brothers vrj' cordlallr
MT8T10 LODGE, if 0. 2, K. OF P.
Meets tverr ad and 4th TueediT
of ech month at 7 30 p. m. at K. P.
Rail, corner Kort and lleretanla Sts.
Vleltlnc Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLK. C C.
V. WALDRON, K of R. & 8.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet! every nrst and third Fri
day evening nt 7 30 In K of 1' Hall,
ornur Fort and Horetanla. Vlsltlnc
brothers cordially Invltod to attund.
A. Q. DBKRINO. C 0.,
JAS. V WIHTK, 1C U.S.
flQNOLHLU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Hooalulu Lodge No. 616, U. P. O.
al will mont in their kail on Kin
ar Port street every Friday even
ns. nv order or the K R.
HENRY C. UASTON.
WM. II. McINTSRNY, B. R,
Wrn. MTCINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Mett every Saturday evening at
7 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
f'x-t and IJeretanla. Visiting bretb
rs cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. KRAZHB, C.C.,
L. A. JACOIJSON. K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Utals on Ilia 2nd and 1th WEtK
aESDAY evmlncs of ekch month at
1:30 o'oloek In K. o( P. Hull, corner
3retanta and Kort streets.
Vliltiuc Eagles ar Invited to at
V. L. FRAZKB, W., Prcst,
H. T. MOORS, Secy.
JJUWAHAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. O. R. M,
Maeta amy first and third Thurs
days of each mouth at Knights of
PrtAfaa Hall. Vlaltlne brothers cor
Jklly Invltid attend.
J. W. ABCU, Sachom.
A. E. MURPHY, O. of R.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Are Arrived.
Win frame made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
for Leis, Cnt Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
u making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
IT-tel St near Tort.
ak Sorrily. Jack Roberts.
Th Best Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Printing at the (Bulletin.
J Shampoo j
ft YOB. CLEANSING the SCALP '4
Q) Use ns a shampoo Q
W for laities or children.-
W This is made from the whites Tj
r ff rt-lirei nA to M rf fill VtfT A
iw shampoo preparations on the
25 Cents A Bottle.
jBenson Smith &
:fd) LU.. LMt,.
HOTEL and FORT STS.
j Mail Extract
. It will build you up
mWX. MUG CO.,
FOR FORT AND KINO STS.
ji rvvv 'tiTwwrfcajiixCtrta
DIAMOND HEADS vs. ST. LOUIS
KAJIS vs. PUNS.
Reserved Scats Grandstand 25c extra
VINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We have pink pearls and some of
the inest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
Stunning New Millinery
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealais in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Btt. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
U n e q v a 1 e d 10c C i g a r
M. A. Gunst & Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Everyone wants to go somewhere
for an outing during the summer
months. The Bulletin Vacation
Plan supplies the way nnd the means.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
IMnauia lints cleaned at tho Globe
I i-diup t.lbcit came link lodsn III
tin Miinn.i Kpu.
Hpi'dal nklrt biiIc nil Miiniln ill
Vhlini' A: MnxuIi'H
Ring up Scolty's when you want n
good nulo ride. Phono 107.
(ilulo 1 tin. Dig fiiinoua Volcano ber
ry, nt nil triiiciTH mill factory
V n Wnlhi'r Tnn one of tln nrrlv
ntx In tlui Mniina Kva llila iiioriilim.
May Parudlso of tho Pacific for salo
rc.ids for mailing, nt alt news stamlB.
l"url)oilj Is tnlklnc nbimt HrlilKo
watoi'p luit iicnuiils nnd no unall
V C Peacock vtns n returning pis
Hciiger on Ilio Bteniuor Mnun.i Ken thlu
A II, Horner and Itolit. Horner from
Hawaii ciliio ilnwn today on the
It Hind fioin Kolul.i, ciiuie down
tnla, li.ulug unhed on the Btenm-
xlili Manila Ken.
A llnncbeiR nnd Dr. .1. II. Rnymnnd
were Incoming iiasBengers on tho
Manna Ken today.
Among tlio lmsrencers who went
tliniimli no the Nippon Mam was Sir
StnndlHli lloclie, lit.
J .Scott, ii welt Known capltnliht
wni nmoiig the ntrUals llils nior.ilng
on the M.unia Ken.
Tho Seasldu cottages nro delightful
In tho summer time. Hngngo u cn(.
tago now for tho season.
Secure seats today for the boxinir
carnival nt the Orpheum. The affair
will positively take place.
I). II lllake and famll). of the
American I'oniii.inj of Yokohama,
weio lliiouMi passengers on the Nip
Tom Hoii'iti, .lr, bookkeeper for the
Ilnwnllnn IMnl.iKo Co, Iioh Just n
tmneil f i oin u two wicks' .U'iitlnii to
Hie (lardeu Inland.
Tho Iloonlu anil llnola l.ahlil Ko
rlclv will hnhl their legul.ir inuiillily
meeting at tho Knplol.inl Materull.
Home, 10 a. in., on Wednosd.i .
Jlnj'n Old Kona coffee, roasted li
the new piocess, Is growing nioro ioh
nlar eerj day When jon want the
beet coffee In the world, phono 1!-'.
Coat jour Iron roots with "Arabic"
Yoj vlll be surprised at Us coollnt;
nnd preservative properties. Call'orulii
Feed Co.. neents
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143.
Today the Bulletin supplies
gratis to all lovers of baseball a han
dy score-card. Owinu to an over
sight, the batting order was not sent
in this week, but this will not occur
Since Judgo Kuiilukoii was tinned
down In his npplicatlnii for tho Hllo
Judgeship, succeeding Judge Hap.i!,
who resigned, many Democrat!. Iiae
utgcil him to lento tho Republican
party nnd Join with He Democrntn
KauliiUoii has been, a ml Is, nnd will
be n truo Republican ns long ns that
IIII.O. Hnw.ill, Mnj 2!).- "If theio
lie not tery shortly n ileLlilcU' Itn-
piorement In the Hllo tiro ilcpait
nicnt and In the conslructlnii nnd ilc
tails of new buildings there, nil fire
Insuinnrn business will bo withdrawn
by (ompjiilcs now represented In
These strong, plaln,vnnd forcible
words wero used by A. R. Gurroy,
cecrctnry of tho Hoard of Undorwii
teis In Honolulu, to n gentlcmnn
from Hllo who was visiting thcro
last week. Mr. Gurrcy had carefully
studied tho official report of the In
vestigation Into tho lire nt the par
sonage of the Foreign Church, nnd
lie had nlso received n report from
W. Starbuck, the electrician who wns
hent hero by the Hoard of Underwri
ters to examine into the wiring. The
nature of this report is not known,
but, beforo Mr. Starbuck left Hllo,
ho told the Herald that his orders
wero simply to "cxnmlno" and he
had dono so. Ho had entered build
ings heie, there, nnd anywhoro thnt
occurred to him, meeting with no ob
jection nnd Just looking over
It was only on Wednesday evening
of last week that Hllo hud a nnriow
escapo from n big fire. An ofTort
was mado to turn In an alarm, but
there was no Janitor at Firemen's
Hall. Ho wns ut tho niovlng-plctme
niiow nt tho Aimory, absent without
leave nnd without putting any sub
stitute on duty In his plnco. The
matter was Investigated by Chief
Todd of tho llro department, who
called n special meeting for 7 o'clock
on Thuisduy ovenlng, when neatly
thirty members of tho department
wero present, Tho Chief, howovcr,
did not show up till 7:30 o'clock,
when most of tho membeis hail gone,
leaving Just enough to foim n quor
um. Nothing wns done In the mat
ter, but tho Janitor has since re
signed. A Most Exoellent Assortment of
HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING SI. PHONE 525.
IN KIN PORTS
"ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, May 29.
SAN ntANCISf o i il til May 28:
S. 8. Manclillll.l. hi lien May 21
HI'OKKN 8i. Tort (Ichiro wns spok
en jesteid.iy, no position glten
(Sailed from llcnolulii Feb. IS. for
(IT S it iftl H W 1C M M 3VM KX It
iniYlQARD'S FAST PASSAGE.
The baikentlue lrmgard, lino of tho
smnitest of the cialt now In tho Is
lnnd trade, ntrlcil jesterday after
noon from San I'lnnclhco, 12 dnys out.
This Is n passage such us the tcsscls
made In the (as of tho old clipper
ships. She had nice weather nil Hie
wny down, nnd nn undent fill toynge
to mnko up for the experiences or the
trip up, to tho Coast Inst time. Cnp
tatu ChrlstlaiiKon repoits tdglitlng
only ono sail, when ho was n few
hours out of Sim Francisco nnd passed
tho Amy Turnei, uls.ii bound out.
Thu lrmgard In lugs nbout hnlf a
cargo of general Height, nniountlng to
S00 tons. Among the articles she had
In her hold Is u consignment of blast
ing powder for the dredger.
On board mrlted tho two Schnnck
bo.Vo, from Stnnfonl University, tho
elder being nmong the 1908 graduates.
Not least nmonu' those nbontd are
thito Cential Amu lean pauots, which
make their headiiiiailcrH In tho gal
le. ns did the'faiiioiu blid of Long
John alitor. Undir the tutplago of
the cook nnd tho mate they uro now
learning to s.u whiter m limbers
and slug "Fifteen .Men on the Head
.Mans Chest," with a tlui. They
learned also to t-a.t "Hurrah" throo
times when the lb-el was lu 'Frisco
MAHU COMCS AND COCO.
Tho T. K. K. S K Nippon Main nr
rlted off this poll about 7 o clock last
ett-'ilng, docking .thou! 9. She comes
from tli'n Oilent with null nnd freight,
ami ii number of pus eugeis fin this
pon At noon todu, tdic dcpaitod for
San Fiunelsco, cinting our four stop
The Nippon Ij'uVil 2a I tons of Or
iental fu-lght lure, nnd left also -I.I
ba-.'s of mall.
She had :i smooth toynge fioin .lu
ACTOR PEOPLE HERE.
Tho Ilojul Mall steamer Aoiangl,
en it. .1. I), s. Phillips, lotniiiaudor, nr
iltnl In this poit this moinlng, having
left Vaneouter on the 22nd, nnd Vie
tin i- on the 23rd. Sho had fine weath
er throughout the pass-ago.
On lioaid, (iho has threo thoatilc-il
ciniipanlen niroiiglf pas--rtiger8, tho
famous nctrcen. Miss Margaiet Anglln,
being among thOoO on the hhlp. Fbj
has htr (oiiipany with her. Mln. Ad-i
Iltvjer wWi Is plating "Mip VIgg3 of
tlio Ciblngo Patch," Is on boanl with
her ti. upi- mid the "Red linn e" ejiii
iatn Is a n.ir.l, e'l lonie to fill an i
gageiin I n Sjdno).
She lulu i iii) tons of fuMit and
mall. The Aorimgl Is due to bill at
l:3.i o'clock this afternoon.
The Hlmldo colony In this tlty vai
aibled to b thoiinltnl j ei the Aman
gl of eight Hindoos. Almost ttery
steamu fi om tho Const or the Oilent
bilugs In xinio of these peoi le now.
CROWD ON MAUNA KEA.
Tho Mnimii Kea, HagUilp of Iho In
ter-lslaud fleet, ai lived at her usual
llmo this niornlng, 7 o'clook, fiom Ha
tvnll nnd Miiul, She biought a large
iiiinibcr of pasi-cngers lu her cabin,
nnd an nterngo genernl cargo Purs
er Phillips lepoits a nice tilp through
out. The cargo consists of: I initio. 1
empty gas drum, 2 bimllsa ihcep
skins .1 barrels tallow. C botes thick
ens, 8 bales ntva, 13 bags empty bot
tle, 11 pickngos vegetables, 15 crates
celeiy 17 horses, 2() bjgs tel. pins, 36
con's wood, 31 empty kegs, 71 bun
dies hides, 87 barrels empty bottlts,
3!)!l ralliu.nl ties, 270 p-ickngcs sun
I'mscr Phillips of tho Mnimi Ken
Isleton Creamery Butter
AND A PRESH SHIPMENT EX ALAMEDA.
This Butter is in a dust-proof carton, which protects it absolutely
from all outside contact from the time it leaves the Creamery till it
reaches you. J
It is sealed and protected because it is superior to all otlieis, nnd the
manufacturers are determined that it shall remain so.
That's what preserves its delicate flavor for you.
PRICE, 2 lbs,, 75c.
J, M. LEVY & CO., Ltd.
.Simple and complicated lensci
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
OUR YACHT FUND
Ewa Employees Donate
$104--$ 1 400 Has
The trans-Pacific jccht committee
Is In receipt "f Md-i fiom tho em
ployees of the Kwa limitation Com-p-iny,
iliM.atc.l tnttiml the expenses of
the ynrhl llownll In the coming racy
from Sen Pcdio to this ort. This Is
the first donation of the sort which
has been forthcoming, but It Is hoped
Hint It moral- "ociM(i. u number of
such patriot!, Icnioitbtruilona from the
emplojees or the various plantations.
Tho money raised now amounts to
about $1)00, which leatcs Slino to be
lnlbt-d by tho time the jncht gets
nwtiy Monday nftei noon.
Tho Hawaii came off the murine
railway today, nnd Is now In the
Htioam, nil ready for sea, and looking
i.hlp shape and llristol fashion.
ULLET.N ADS. PAY m
reports the foMlttlng sugar on Hn
unll: Olaa, 37,r.(ii, W'alakea, lO.onO;
Hawaii Mill 70im: Wnlii-ikti, HI Soil;
Oiioiueu, ir,0l,0; l'epcekeo, SVHij Hn
iiomn, ll),:,(W; Hukaliu, lii.800; l.an
pahoohoo, .18.0011: Ookala. li.'ion; Kn
kalnu, fifiOO; Hamakiiu, 17,00(1 ; Pump
bun, 17 80U; llonok'ia, sntmj Knkul
haeie. .".700, Piin.iliiu, 11,180; Hiinu
Till: AMERICAN hchooner Ilono
Ipu, Wej kender, united last night
f i oin Muloltnt, nftei- illscharglng linn
tier fiom (Jrajs ll.iibnr, Iheie. She
wii" twenty dnys In making the tilp
down fiom WnHlilngtoii, mid had beau
llful weather nll'lhtough. Shu has n
bold full oft lumber for this poit,
though jtho left moBt of her deck load
ut the other Island.
Till'. MAUI. Captain Ili-iilm, united
this morning mTi o'clock, from Ha
waii, with 11,'J2S bags A sugar and r,71
bags II sugar, besides 71! head or cat
tlo on deck. Sho brings tho flret sug
ur which tho Inter-Island Compiny
has handled from R, It. I llii.l'tt plniitu
Hon u Hawaii
A SAI.UTi: OF twenty-one guns in
honor of (lie dead was filed nt noon
today ut tho Nntnl Station, the Hag
being lotveied nt about hill a minute
In-rose 12 noon, nnd mastheaded ngilu
us himu as the saliito was finished.
Till: AORANGI, wle-n she went out
this afternoon, eiriled height Tor Fan
ning Island, lu tho way of general sup
idles, nnd toteral heal ef goats. She
bad nu iinut-ii.il number of pussengcis
out of this pott for the Co'onles.
Tin: AORANIH sighted a schooner
nt nWht, tight ufte- leatlug Vlctoila,
but was not able to speak her.
Tlin I.1KF.I.1KF. Is duo nbout .1:30
this afternoon from Molokal and Ha
Till! RTHAMHR i:nterprlso sailed
from Hllo for Snu Francisco on Thurs
FLAGS WKRi: AT half mast on all
tho shipping In the linibor today.
- TT in
The Rev. Divld Gregg, (ut off from
u Toitune by litar millionaire father,
bcciui-o ho left tho Covenantcis'
Chuith for Prcsbjterlanlsiu, hns In
herited ,$750,000 by thu dentil of his
mother. Dr. (liegg formerly wns pas
tor of I.nfujetto Avenuo Piesbytoilnn
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE AGENCY P0R
Greatly Exceed Those Of
Last Year For
Comparntlte ttntcPionts of taxoi do
posited In the Teirlldrlal Treasuiy by
division for tho live nionlhs ending
Mny 31st, 1007. mid IMS, hate been
compiled by the Tiensitrei's ( nice,
and are now publlrbtd for the first
time. In 1007 the deposits from Oaliu
for the flte months wero $S09rifl.r.ri,
from Maul, Moloknl nnd l.iiunl, 811!),
181.07, fiom Hawaii, S1R8.HH.47, fiom
Knunl mid Nlilinu, $l2r,20S.20, making
a total of $i72,029.3i)
lu every Instance but one, C '
for Iho s-iine jierlod during 190S gieut
ly exceed those of the pretlous yeai,
ns Is shown by the statement. For
the the months ending Mny .11, 100S,
deposits from U.iliti amounted to
S348,7CS.G9. from Maul, Moloknl nnd
I.nnnl, SlfilJDO.Ofi, rrom Haw.ill, 3208.
085 00, from Kauai und Nllhati, $H!i,
3(H 27, making n totul of $1,039,116.82.
The recapitulation Is ns follows:
Jnnuniy 1. '07 May 31, '07:
Fiitt Dltlslon $ 5flD.Co3.Cfi
Sivuiul nitlslon 119.181.07
Thlnl Dltlslou 18S.191.I7
Fourth Dltlslou 125,190.20
Jnnunry 1, '08 Mny
I'M st Division
(Continued from Pa"e Y
trjlug to ideal third. Hu Sue ideals
seeonil. .1. Wllllanis walks. Harney
Joy grounds to Fernandez nnd Ii put
l.ters hit B.ife. Louis nliin rot n
unfo one. llolli men seined on .lo'
oteitlnow. Ilntls went out nt first
Leslie tlew out Costello htruek out
Alett went out at Hist. J. Wil
llaim hit. A. Williams was (blown
out nt llisl. Soilles flow out to left
S Chlllliigworth went out ut first.
Feinandes struck out Olinua went
out ut fliHt.
Ilanio Joy was' fined $.'. und put
of the g.inio for talking to tho iim
tilii'. F.n Sue walked. Kn Suo stolo mc
mill, but hint his nnklo nnd had (o
go out nf thu game. .1. Williams
fouled out. Kn Geo s(ruck out.
H. Fein Hitler gnc H to thiid on otcr
Ilium or sho Mop KeiB was IbiOtvn
out nt flrbt LiniK mado thrco Inses
on mi en or b Fn Geo. Fciiiamlez
fccows. Dials finihil out. Loul.i was
caught tijiiig to sii ..1 home.
tletl siimk out J. Williams
flew out to renioi A Wllllani. t.us
thrown out at (list
Leslie ilew out to flist. Cotell(l
thrown out at first. Sam Chilling
ttoith bunted mid wns thrown out.
Sonres wns 'lliiomi out ut first.
Hi mis wnlked. I.'n Suo walked.
Hiihhnoll got to first on an en or by
Hters. Ilruns Is caught the nlntn lr.
lug to steal. Iliishncll htoln hi rami.
.1. Williams flew out to light, and ends
Rockfoid, III., nt the end of six
days of local option, lepottB that on
ly one nrrcst for diunkenness has
been made in that time, whorens In
tho corresponding six ilujs of last
)car sixteen tvoio made.
Solomon Periy Clemmons. fathm- nr
Mis. Howard Gould and of Mr Run
Yue, wlfu of a San Francisco China-
man, left each of his -daughters tho
sum of $l in his will, which was filed
In Plttsfleld, III.
Theodoio Allen. 77 years old. lnmr
known in tho spoiling world, died sud.
denly In Ntw York, ills iirntimi- i..
Iletes ho was n victim of foul play.
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Now moon Mny 2 9nt 1:51 p. m.
imwnllan slamiard tlmo Is lo hours
30 minutes slcwor than Greenwich
time, bolnc that of tho meridian of 167
lCsrees 30 isiiititos. Tho llmo whlstlo
blows at l: jo p. ni , which Is the snmo
W Greenwich, o hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon are for local tlmu :,n- n,u
V W H K U it U H M H u n a
t ARRIVED a
x k a a b a k a e n k 11 ic it u
Frlda, .Mny 29.
Ametlcnu bktue Irmgaril, W. A.
ChrlsllatiKin, fiom San Francisco, I
T. K. K. Nippon Mum, fioin Orient,
7 ii. in.
Saturday, Mny 30.
it. M. S. S. Aoinngl, I'hllllps, fiom
Vuiicoutei and Vlctoila for tho Col
onles, tin FIJI, 7:30 a, in.
Stmr. Mauna Km, Fieeinan, fiom
Hllo und Maul, 7 n in.
Stun-. Maul, ltruliu, fiom Hawaii
polls, 5 n. in.
Schr, Honolpii, We) kender, from
GliO's Iliubor, l.i Moloknl, .May 20,
K M a It K -4 M K S U H V U
n s )U( it ii k r, u r a k at it x
Snturdaj, May 30.
R. M. S. S. Aornngl. Phillips, fiom
ViincoutiT nud Victoria, for Colonies
tin FIJI, 1.30 p. in.
T. K. K. NIipon Muni, for San
)( t t 3f X 5t 3d 5C K 15 K 5 it J1SKS
DUE TODAY Ii
SKUKXXitltltSX Jr M ii it
Stun l.lkellke, Niiopal-i, from Hn
wnli nud Mnui, 3:30 p. in.
K K H K U ft M R a ft U Js K K K t
PASSENGERS DEPARTED W
S X !l K i ! H ( K K; II R K I!
Per stmr. Claudlne, llennett, for
Maul nnd Hllo, Mny 29, T, p. in. Miss
Hnwelle, C. H. Niibciiuento, W. P. Mil
ler, Mh-s Wllllunis. Rev. J. W. Wild
man. Mis. R. II. Reedy, H. H. Litch
field, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Slune, L. A.
Pei btmr. Klnau. for Kmi.il, Mn 20.
Miss Hosle Fernnndes. Dr. Piitnuiii,
(!. W. Hpll7, Mis. Wllhelm, F. Weber,
II. W. M. .Mist, K. P. Low nnd wife.
Per T. K K. S. S Nippon Muru, W.
W. Green, for San Fr.inclt.cii, May 30.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Miller nnd Mr. nnd
Mis. Keil liotou.
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PASSENGERS ARRIVED ' ?
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Per ttinr Muuna Kcj. Fiermun.
Mu 30, fiom Hawaii nnd Maul. II.
N. Pioulit. T. R ChuaUiam. .Miss 11.
Cluatluin. A. II. Homer, ft. G Hen
derson, R K. lliotvn, J. S. Caiton, It.
I. I.lllle, Mrs. (1. o. Jakius, J. A. Scott.
Mrs. H. .Weight Miss A. Dunn. A. S.
Andrade. M. Kilagawn, I). K. Hgiichl.
Miss (5. Webster, Mrs. W, W. Harris,
H. W. Dainard, Rev. W. 11. lVnton
bmltli. llev Y Iiunmiira, W. G. Walk
er, C. McClcnan, Miss J. Stoddnit,
flties i:. Stoddart. .Mis. A. G.Stoddnrt
nndlnrunt. Rev. Canon Hilton, C. H.
Ilelllua. Rov. J. W. Giinn. Jllss J.
Hughes, Miss M. lllalsihtll. Miss A.
lllalbdell, Jllss RobliiEon, .1. W, Doylo,
L. L. Hauling. II. P. Hockley. A.
Mnson, Rev. Wee Yeo Hew, T. ' F.
Lnnslng. W. C. Peacock, C. Miyamo
to. Itobt. Horner. J. O. Smith. It. Hind,
W. Chllllngwoitli, MUs L. Kokl, Mrs.
C. Shnirett, W. K. Notloj, F. A.
Clinmberhln, H. Lunger, Mrs. A. C.
Anbiey. Chnng Yuen Kee, L. Knhnu
naele, Rov Shim Yeo Chu, .1. Tavares,
E. h. llndloy. P. Scghorn, Rev. W.
Ault, Jlrs. W. A lilt. Pin Cockctt. S. A.
Anthony, Mis. Anthony und infnnt.
Master A. Anthony, J. n. Thompson.
J. C. Cinne, Liu Kill Fong, Rov. L.
Kioll, Mis. L. Kioll nnd Infant, Mnn
ter L. Kioll, Master A. Kroll, A. Han
iiebcig. Dr. J. H. Rnmond, II. Roblu
owltr, I' W. Peaso, lllshop Llbeit.
Per R. M. S. S. Aorangl, J. n. s.
Phillips, fiom Vnncouter and Victoria,
for tho Colonies via FIJI, Mny 30,
Mis J. L. Ilotlomly. Mr. und .Mrs. .1.
O Anderson, Miss MarUuerilo McLen
nan, L. C. Wnodnvn, II. H. Hagluiul,
John Scott, Ficucb, 8 Hindoos und 1
Per T. K. K. S. S. Nliinon Miii-h
iiiijii uiu wiient, jinv .0, lor llono
lulu: C. S. Applt'BiiTu. A. A. llijnn,
-Mis. T. Murakami. Master Muraka
mi, Mrs. Ohotoino, A. K, Tinker, Mis.
O. I.lesser. T. A. Kllborno, F. W. ilu
TreEthon, Mis. Lnrgerbeig.
Per bktno. Irmeuid. ChilstluiiRou,
fiom San Francisco, Maj 20. Two
iiona of J. It, Pcbnnck.
Tho Metiopolltiin Oiiei.i Comiiany
niiiioiiiiccs that it will hute two chor
uecs Itiillan und (leiiunn nud two
oithestuis for giand 0,,,., Iluxt Eeu.
to yourself and let us build W. M.
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have, it ready
... M uuic, unci me price will be so
lOW that VOU Will WOnilpn bn,ir i. on
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
. . King near Alapai,