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M wnllan Stated, 7:30.
fji mi. First Degree, 8 30.
Honolulu Chapter Practice
Rose Croix Keoulaf.
Aloha Temple Wcoular 7:30.
All Uniting members of (be
- . irp cudlally Invited to
"l I r ii HnCS Of ISCl! lodges
HAKkOXf LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
Ji30 In I O O. F. Hall. Tort Sheet.
i:. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
iii:n. r. vickers, N. o.
All visiting biothcra very cordially
MYSTIC I0DGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets ovcrj 2d ami 4 th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Tort nnd Itcrctonla Sts.
Visiting Ilrothers cordially welcome.
w I. i.yli:, c c.
K. I URON, K. ot It. & 3.
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Moots cvor flrt and third Frl-
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hnll,
corner Tort and lloretanla. Visiting
brothel h conllnlly Invited to nttend.
A. O DKERINO. C.C.,
JAS. V. WHITE. K K 3.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, 11. P. O.
B., will meet In their hall on King
near Tort af-pet every Krlday nven
lng. By ordpr of the E It.
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. II.
Wb, M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting broth'
m cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEE. CO..
E. A. JACOUSON. K.R.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, ,F. 0. E,
Visit i ,
I ann ilh WKU-i
i h or en en month at
. . of P 'Hall, cornet
. ,lea are Invited to at-
FRAZEE, W., Prest.
SAWA1IAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. O. R. M
Meets wery first and third Thurs
liys of each month at Knights of
Pythiin tlall. Visiting brothers cor
1iall Invited o attend.
J W ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MtritPHY, C, of U.
8 n .i; Tic vcr3, New Ribbons,
Fcnthets ai.'l lints Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
' OUIt PRICES REASONABLE.
CO KING ST. HEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is muting the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door
CALL UP 197.
L U N C H E S and D R I K X S
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
't. near Fort.
H Jack Scully.
p McTighe Favorite
Wri The Best Whiskey on the Market.
K IHOS. F, McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
Hi 101-105 KING ST.
Mr, PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
flP' Fin Job Printing at the Bulletin.
No More Foot Aches
ass V vr
.r.AtlY KNIFE will
'a' comfort in
r have troublesome
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND'FORT STS.
. 'iAUJET r,XUVUrCElltt:&S(.UNht;i&4t
It will build you up
FOR. F0ET AND KINO STS.
DIAMOND HEADS vs. PUNAH0US
KAMS. s. ST. LOUIS
Reserved Stats Grandstand 25c extra
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
, MERCHNT ST.
7e have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1016 NUUANU- near KING.
Stunning Mew Millinery
MISS POWER'S Boston 31dg.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOOjjS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WINGCHONG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers i)i Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
U n e q u a 1 e d 10c 0 i g a r
M. A. Gunst & Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Evcryono wants to' go somewhere
for an outing during the summer
months. The Bulletin Vacation
Flan supplies the way and the means.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Panama hats cleaned at the Globe.
Ring lip Scotty's when you want nl
good nnlo rlilo. Phono 107.
llruco Caitwilght Jr, ot the? lfinryl
Wnterhouso Trust returned today on
W, 0 Smith, who went to Washing
ton nt the Invitation of (Inventor
Kreiir, returned today on the Siberia.
The Scasldu cottages nro delightful
In the summer time Eugago a cot
tngo now for tho tonfon.
Frank H. Arnistiung, n kanianlnn,
citnc b ick today on tho steamship Si
Mr nml Mm. IV I.. Itninn lif Katun.
hninclia vcho6ls rcturuud today from
tho mnlnland on tha steamship Si
beria. Attorney C. II. Oloson wan among
tho returning passengers on utlio Si
beria toduy. .Mrs. Oleson acconipinlcd
Mis F Klanip and ilntiRhtt-r arrived
this mutnltig on the Hlbeil.i mid wctc
met at tin wharf by Mi. V Klantp of
ll.ickfeld & O!),
Coat your Iron roofs tvlth "Aratlc"
Yoj vlll b surprised at Its coollnc
and pretervaUve properties. Call'ornlii
Peed Co., agents.
Your typewriter should be kept in
fxcellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Ofiee Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for yotf. Pbone 143.
In the matter of tho mtsito of .loao
Cttntbra. .1, U. Jlnrqiies wits thin
moinlng appointed tcmiorai) admin
Istrnlor to serve on S30U bond.
The.!oseH Knki ctVo wni sot over
from last Krlday until tolllOrroA. and
conseciucntly there was nothing doing
with fKanl to It this morning.
In Hie matter of the United Sttitoi
for the usu and bcnellt of l.uv.em &
Cooke Ltd., vs. the Duriull Cnnstrttc
tlon QompJtiy, the casu wont over this
morning until next Monday In the Dii.
Quito a number of players am slid
ing to the Initial bag nowadays. This
Is another wrinkle picked up from
Molko Fisher's nggiegatlon Inst c.ii,
mid very often lands a man on tho
bag ahead of the ball,
Superintendent of Public Woiks
Mm sum Campbell has lecelvcd a let
ter from Judge Kepolkal stating vvhnt
furniture he wants In the Circuit
Court loom In tho new Wullttkii court
house. Tlilh nH in answer to a ic
itest from Campbell.
Deputy Collectors ut Inlormtl Itevo
nue Hauling nml J. Waller Doylo io
tinned fiom their ltli of Inspectlnn
nnd collection ou tho Island of Hawaii
this moinlng. While their report to
Collector Diako hnb not been made, it
is stated that Mteli trip was unusually
In the matter of tha tstuto of Jose
Sllva, lato of Kanconc, tho will was
this morning admitted to probalo and
KmilU Sllvu was nppoluted ndmliils-
ti'atrK without bond. Prank Pallia.
II. (! Adams, nnrl John Hell were n-
liolnted nppralseis. Tho iiioperty con
lsis in tltr1 main of u rittli tract of
Ian 1 which draws $J.r per ji-ir rental.
Conproasman Llttlefleltl Ins opened
law olTlce III Now York llh liln sen
ChaiW't,, uccorillni; to tho followln :
announcement received in Ihu last
mall. 'Hanover Hank litiildhig, N'o. X
.S'.isstiu St. and It Pine St., Now York.
Tho undersigned beg to announce that
they havo opened offices ut the above
address for tho gcnornl practlco of the
law under the firm name of I.ltttcficld
& Minefield, Mny 1st, 190S. CharleB
n. Llttleneld. Charles W. I.lttleflold.
ENGINEERS ARRIVE .
(Continued from Pose 1)
so tho two aro acnualntud.
i Chilians will jnobahly Ito Used for
tho work, oven on tho launches and
boats. Enlisted men, It U ovpected,
nro not to bo tuuployed at all.
Mr. Woodmfii, who ciimo down on
the Aoianel under orderH fiom Wash
ington, Is from Seattle Just now. He
vvoiked on the deep foundations of the
big new dock ut Ihu Naval Station
there, and alto worked on bomu of the
biggest buildings In the place. His
specially Is relnfoiced concrete, and
he Is ranked us u first cIiish nrcliltec-
tnral draftsman. Tho sending of thlB
uxpnrt, who woiked on ono of the
largest of the now docks, Is significant
in consideration ot tho tscml-olllclal le
ports to tho effect that tho new dock
nt Peail Httibor Is to ho of tho sunie
MONEY, TO CLEAN CITY.
(Contlaued from Pare D
ntiou unless It becomes a matter of
great Importance, such as an epldem
''Tho ? 15,000 will not bo available
for the cleaning of Honolulu," stated
W. O. Smith this morning. "Gov
ernor Fiear and I worked on tho
matter hard, but it could not be got
ten through so that the money could
bo ufced oxcept In a cnbo of great
Lewis 13. Anbury, ntate mineralogist
of California, has gone to Washing
ton wttli evidence to back up his
charges that frauds affecting 3,000,000
acres of land have been allowed by
Federal offlclul or their agents.
A Most Excellent; Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTE'Ra" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
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OABLE ItF.i'ORT OF SAN
Monday, Juno 1,
NEW YOllKAi lived Mny 2D:
Am. Hfi. Port (leorge. honco Feb. 18.
3ANf FItANCISCO-Sallod ,Maj! 31:
Am. bk. 'Andrew Welch, for Hono
lulu. YOKOHAMA- Sailed May 31:
Kw'HJ, r. Ciirnyelias, for Honolulu
' Duo'nbout Julia 11.)
KAltPUII AnlveJ Juno 1:
S. S. Virginian, from Honolulu.
rill.O Sailed Mn' IS:
S. S. nntoipilse, for San Francisco.
KbM ar v ss si a w a u u"-) suit
.SIBERIA'S LIGHT CARGO.
The P. M S S Siberia, Captain
Zeeder, arrived In port nbout 9:15
o'clock this imiiiiiik fiom Sin Fran
cisco, hi roiu ihi' Client, bilnglng
a long list of Honolulu passeugurH,
nod homo Height. Shu ulso bad 200
bags of mall.
The Slbotla was met nuUJiln by the
postofflco men, and tho first class
mall brought In before sbo docked.
Sho had little more than 1000 tons
of freight In In r hold, of which nbout
P ions, only wu for thla port. Tlireo
Jup.inoxo lull In r burn, mid fovuiiIj
took passage from this poif; As the
stterngo was aluail well filled, this
part of the limit will havo a ciowd
thiuugh. tho lest of tho voyage which
will make up for Iho comiiarallvcly
small number In the chin 'I'iU far
on tho trip, plio bai hint b miI'iiI
weather, nnd no cxclleineii1 tin h i.tril
Among the stopover pausriiai-ih who
will go out on licr will be Piofi'ssor
Koch nnd wife she leaves nl ii oVIoek
Pacific Mail i oplo sa that Hie tea-
son for the small amounts of freight
now being rhli pi I aeiosa tho Purine
Is the fact Hint ilie rallrondii In the
Pulled States, m Uu-lr effoit to help
S.':i I'ranclsrii nil her feet after tha
big fire, praclleilh closed their unites
to oastLTii bnuiioH sblnninir to tbii Or
DIX WITH MULES.
Hie U. S. A T UK. Captain Ankers.
arrived hero this morning, niter u
pleasant trip fiom San Piniirlco, in
loale to Guam and Manila The
freighter has In lnr .1"4 head of livo
stuck. Tho unlinr.N h: d In be taken
out for exercise, anil tho mules, e-v
l-eclnlly," attracted a great deal of at
tention ns they weie led tbiough town
thin morning. Thermlus niiniber 192.
The Dlx has tvvtatj-four passcngerB,
only one being In the first cabin, Lieu.
tenant Scott Uakei
She has nrt freight.
The popular quartermaster'n cleik,
Lle-.iteilant Palfus II. Clark, hau ru-
lilaced I.k'iiti nnnt uarrlly, who was
well kioivn In this pobitlun lieie.
Till: A !I. S S. Vi'glnhn sailed
)i'sliTiin afternoon lor Knhulul to
load m-ir It la thought pAsslblo that
the t' ilt out with fcer Privates Pool
w.uuid foi ;ianil !a.cm, who gnvo
tho police inu slip fiom I'oit Shnfter,
and the ho it may bo looked over at
Kiihiilitl, to Keep tab en all avenues of
THE AMERICAN BARK Amy Till
nei, 14 days out of San Franclcco. ar
rived voalerday morning with about
500 tons general freight. Sho was
rushed down to load sugir.
THEyiJO INTREPID had n part of
her upper vvoiah smashed Friday nf-
ternooti wbilo rounding under tho
bows of the Iimgsrd to tnko the tow
THE FORT GEORGE, Auietlcau
ship, made a ft eat passage around the
Hnin to New York, nnlvlng on Frl
day, fiom this port, 101 da; a out.
THE HAWAII la now Ivhlg hi tho
stream, waiting to sail at 2 o'cIock
tomoiiuw rflornoon. Leaky decks are
E E. CASTI.E11ERRY In w.inled by
tho pftllco for breaking from tho brig
nt Camp Very Saturday afternoon ut'
Simple and complicated lenses duplicated.
AM A MCvllK R S'l llensei for tho selling of llq
I CVI UrUlriPnUl I W ' i Sunday. This decision was
ji.' . ' 'i- i" lived nt at ii meeting of tlio League
Over May & Co.
: .!:. - ':.
THE MIKAHALA Ii bring ovc
'cAiled ( tako mi tho Molokal run now
handled by tho Iwnlanl.
THE N11HAU sailed en Sua...?
morning for Knu to load ru;.-.
THE IWALANI n . i . a.i u
moinlng from -wlndw a pint . '
GUM QUI MilTIED
Kaircl Clem Qillnn was thls'inorn
Dig ndniltted to prnctlso law in nil
tho courts of tho Tcrrllliry. Some
tttno ago Clem resigned ns bailiff of
Judge RobliiFim's couit, nnd nnnnunc
tt thu fact that ho was going to
practice law He hnd been a rouil
ofilr lal for the past si oi seven jcant,
and hnd, by his own haul studv, man
aged to gain tut excellent knowledge
of tho law.
In rcLoinmcndlng Qnlnti to be nd
niltted to the Unltul States Dlstriel
('milt United Slates Attorney llrctk
ous paid him many high compM
niHiils ititrlng the ( mil so of liU ltoia
SPECTATORS OF FIGHT
fContinutJ-from Trze iA
to nothing mid It wnull linvo been
limnlv ot Mr. Tlrving in tieut tlieni
confldentlnll) Insiead of looking fo.
chi'-ip lioti'i ioty in ii i,iKrx Mv
opinion lunv not ninount to much but
ho spoiled It In U'gnrd In hH mntill
zax" auLLEi n Ana, pav -qjv
Congress Stands Adjourned
WASHINGTON, I) C, M.ij HO. Congress ndjouriied nl 11-C0 to
night. The bills signed by the 1'iesident Included the Cunenev, Public
Ilulldlng, General Ilellcleniy, and Government Emplo.ven' I. lability uicas
urej. The npproprlatlons luivo exceeded one billion dollars.
CHINESE OPPOSE CHINESE
VANCOUVER. P. C. May SO. Tho Chinese Hoard of Trade has pass
ed a'icsolutlon rcn.U03tIng the China Association nt Hongkong to dls
tourage coolie emigration to Canadn.
o i i i mi
ALDRICH CURRENCY CHAIRMAN
WASHINGTON, D (J.. May 31 Tho new Currency Commission nu
thoilzcd by Congress has met nnd organized, nnd has elected Senator AI
SEA HORROR REPORTED
PARIS, France, May 31. An un
confirmed minor has i cached hcio
that tho Belgian steamship Vader -
land, with 1,000 passengers aboard,
foundered In the fog near Dover, En
gland. There havo been bevor.il collisions
In the English ilinnncl.
The llermeo sank the Queenswnod.'
IIERMOSILLO, iMev,, May 31. Af
tor 120 ycais of warfare the Ytimil
IndlnnB have ngiced to submit to tho
ARE VISAING KAISER
UERL1N. Gcimnny Mnv 31. The
King and Queen of Sweden have ar
rived ou n visit to tho Imperial fam
ily. They havo been received with
tho greatest enthusiasm.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE AGENCY FOR
AND A FRESH SHIPMENT EX ALAMEDA.
This Butter is in a dust-proof cat ton, 'which protects it nbsolutely t
from all outside contact from the time it leaves the Creamery till it
It is sealed and protected because it is superior to all others, End the
manufacturers are determined that it shall remain so.
That's what preserves its delicate flavor for you.
PRICE, 2 lbs., 75c.
LEVY & CO., Ltd.
II OPPOSE Ml
! "'' IDA? IKffiB
Tito Anti-Saloon League Is going to
l i'ic special action agnliist tho grant
v. til 'i wiih held this foienoou in tho
Jontial t'nloti Church parlor. 'Sun-
Jontial Union Church p;
I'1'" -ellltm will be opntMed In all Its
pl-.-es, botlt In hotels hnd In restaut-
t.ta. C. II. Olckoy was nutliorlzed
j tako charge of tho mntter, nnd
'.'ill lend the backing of thu League
.0 those of tho License Commission
ers who are nlrcady opposed to the
granting of such Itcc nsc3.
The Leaguo will also oppose the
granting of u license to tho Palace
rnloon on tho qomer of Richards nnd
Merchant streets. This matter wai
not taken up at the meeting, but It
was stated by a prominent member
tif the League that ii ptotcst would
bo filed, nnd that ex-Governor Carter
was among those wjio vveio opposed
to this saloon, ns ho believed that It
wob too close to tho Government
buildings. This saloon Is owned by
C. J. McCarthy.
silt si ra
K. lchlknwa, who has been one of
the secretin iua of the local Japanese
Consulate Gcnor.al, anil who was
transferred to the San Francluo
Japanese Consulate General, slnco
Mr. Stevens' death, has been ordeied
Io li'tiiiiln there peimaiiL'ntly by the
' .Mr. Idill.awu'H appolntninet In the
Tapnneso Consulate staff nt San
1'innclsro was received by Consul
General Snltn la t Saturday.
II Is oxpioted that a new man will
ho sent down heie In n few inciulha
to fill the place vacated by Mr.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnfl
lulletln gives a comploto summary of
!-. nu- rif th Hnw
PRINCE DAVID ILL
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Mny 30.
Prince David Kawananakoa Is 111 ot
Pilncess Kawananakoa yesterday
received a cable fiom her mother,
Mrs. Campbell Paikcr, containing tho
words: 'ivoa In danger." Prince
1 r. 1.1 I- .., ,. T,t..i n. . . ,
.", , "' '" '""' ?'""" "'"?
for to go to San Fiaiiclscn from Wash
PLAGUE IN VENEZUELA
LA GUAYRA, Vcncruola, May 31.
New cases of bubonic plague havo
hioken out, nnd tha pint Is again
PARIS, France, Mny 31. Adolph
Stelnhell, a noted painter1, vvhb ecu
satlonally muidorcd In his studio.
U K 8 R 9C If. K K !C Jf R 5C H ?! H
Sunday, May 31.
Slmr. Iwnlanl, Sell, from Maul and
Slmr. W. O. Hall, Tullctt, from
Am bk Amy Turner, W.r.Iand, 14
days from San Francisco.
Saturday May 30.
Stmr. .lames MaVre, with large Me
lanclhon In tow, from Kleele. 4 p m.
Stmr. Ko An Him, Tuliett, from
Monday, June 1.
P. M. S. 3. Slbeiln, Zeeder, froiu
San Fr.ini.leco. i-n route to Yokohnt
ma, 1.15 a. in. '
U..H A, T Dlx. An'iers, from San
Francisco for Manlli, 10 n, m
5C SC H E IC A K& S 5v K X X X
H 3 X K K rt 5X!t V X li'
Sunday, 'May 31.
Slmr. Nllhatt, Oncss, for Honuapo,
9 n. in.
A.-II. S S. Vlrglnlnii, Colcord, fm
Knhiiliil, 5:30 p. in.
Saturday, May 30. ,
Sloop Hawnll, Sam Lvl'o, for Peail
Hai hoi, 1 p, in.
ti it tt M a, ff tt U H V X ii 3( X
K SAILING TODAY .
X X 5( JC J? f R M K K K 54 3t M )T )r
P. M. S. B. Slbeila, Ocder, Tor Yu
kohamn, 5 p. m.
ft JJ Jl A h ii )f K . K 51 JC K
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED V
it It X X X M Jf IS Jf 35 J? )c :t ii. H
Per P. M. .-!. S. Siberia, fiom Sail
Piauclbcn, Juno 1 For Hoiioliilu:
Frank II. Annstiong, Miss Juliet Alb
erton. C. U. llaitlett, Mrs. C. (I. Hart
lett. M. 11. Ronton Glenn S. Hiincll.
Goorgo Iltibtiird. llruco Cartw right. Jr.,
I. F. Claik. J. F. Cowan, Miss Edith
dimming John Dtiggan, Mis. E. (J.
Ewell, MIsh I. i). Frear, Mis. Susan S.
Fisher and lnfiint. Win. C Purer,
rinH. A. Geirj, Murk Gicen, Miss lint
el Green, Col. A. G. Iluwca. Chan M.
Ilerbeit, John D. Hill. Lelghton Hind,
Arthur II. Holnrt, P. L. Homo, Mrs.
P. L. Iloine, John 11. Keating, Mis.
John II. Keating and daughter. Her--belt
A. Kidder, Mrs. F. Khuiip and
d-iiighti-r, Mrs II. Koi, Mr. Brad
ford Lcavitt, Mrs. Julia A. Miiefar
lane, trod Morgan, Mis. Fred Morgan
and child. Airrod C. Mitsson, It. A. Mc
Cnj, C H Olson. Mrs. C. II. Olson,
t has. v. P.nka, Mrs. Chas. W. Paiks,
MIbs I. Port In, MUa Jeaneltn Powell,
F J Reese, Philip Roach, Miss Grace,
Robertson, Aubrey Robinson. S. A.
hnbliiBon. Geo. Rolph, 1. Rosenberg,
Mrs. I. Rosenberg. Mesler Jos. Rosen
betg. Miss Hilda Rosenberg, Miss L.
ir'argent, Mis. Alice M Schu'.l,:, Chns.
Schmelzei, W O. Binllli. Miss Knlh
I'llno Hmlih, Miss H. Tovvlo M. It.
Weinberg. Mrs A. II. Wood, Master
Allyn Wood. It. E. Wright, MUs Edna
F. Wycoft. For Yokohama: Miss
Faith S. Rrock, J. S. Collbrnn, S. L.
Seidell. Mrs. S. L. Seidell, Ralph D.
Smith, Mrs, Ralph' I). Smith, Miss L.
M. G. Stamm, J. Strauss. Gor Shang
hai : W. A. Alexander. E. O. Drako.
H. II. Fowler. E. II. Gllson, Jaa. M.
McCann, C. II, Rvdo. For Hnngkoug:
Prof. C II, Uradlov, V C. Iluiiuer,
Capt. Win. A. Rurbank, II. D. Fisher,
lohn Fltzpatrlck, Hormaim Frledland
er, Miss I.oietta L. Glbbs, It. J. Gill,
Mis. C. 11. Grnvcs, MUs -Dorothy
Iravcs, Hayes Hnll, J J. Hunt, L. G.
Jackson, E. W. McGlnnla, John Mlkol,
S. A. L. Morgan. J. It. O'Connor Clydo
V. Powcis, Robert J. Rosb, Dr. L. L.
Scaman.Mrs. L. L. Seaman, It. H.
Smith. .1. W. van do Sjudt, Mrs. J. V.
van do Stndt, Dr. Oscar Tcague, Jud
son T. Wells. 1
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, from Knuat
ports, May 31. Llzzlo Knio, D. Twee
die, C. 11. W. AM, Wong Hung, J. Ya
manuka, II. T. Hn.vseldcn, D. F. Me
Conlaton, Mra. C. Vlda, Mr. Flshei,
Mis. Win. Watcrhouso: and 15 deck.
Per stmr. Iwnlanl. from Molokal and
Maul pons May 31 MIkh V. Mojito,
C. A. Hartvvell, Jas. W. Robortbon,
Win. Mutch, Geo. Hlngland, O. Toller
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H PASSENGERS BOOKED X
; i JC it. )l X X X H. X X it X X 31! ;
Per O. S. S. Alameda. June 3. for
San Francisco. Miss A. Reanl, W. I J.
Mather and wife, Mrs L. A. Hon
diKkc. Miss G. L. Montague, MUs A.
Crozler, Miss Underwood, Mr. mil
Mrs. II. M. Smith, Miss Roberts, Dr.
O'Day. wKo and throo chlldien, Mlsri
Welhke, Mrs. Foueirn, Miss L. .Mutch
MrB. O. G. Scott, Miss J. L. Rio.vn,
MlB3 A. P, Dennison, Mis. J. A. Vor
rut mid child. Mi. nnd Mrs, 11, S.
Smith, Mr. Kimball. A. Roberlnm nnd
wife, Mis. L. II. Coau, Rev H. Uliu
ham, 11. T Ilnyselden, Mrs. C. J. Coop
er, Mih O L Keeiiey. S. 'loplltz, J.
P. Nevvsome. Dr. K. Iloftmann. v;lf
ntul two children, Allan Iliynn. Paul
Ki'itlsthurat. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Vlr.
gll, Dr. Rayniond, T. C. Knglcbtou.. C
P Miiuuy .1. S. Carton, If. Rosenborg,
T. P. Cloillgan, II. W. Prnuty, Mr anil
Mra. (' A llrnvvn, O. Wollers and
child, 1'. I). Lnwroy. M. I. Dow, W. F.
I idilRli W. II. Sinllh, E. W. Sutton.
C. D. Mined.
United States citizens icsIiKng hi
tho Cllv of .Mexico aro eoniluet'iig a i
ox'cltliig ballot to see wlieiliei oi not
Intoxlcintn fIiJI bo bi'tved at thu
Fourth of July celebration.
Japanqpo flnaiuleis nio conferittig
with the Clnvei'iiniont's flniiiulal de'
pa tment with tho object of le.toilnir
GET IN EXT
,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
SLr"' however so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.