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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1908.
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1 lillt Itill
Hswsllan Stated, 7!30
Pacific Flrtt Degree, 8.30.
Horolulu Chapter Practice
l. .' rrolx Regular.
Aloha Temple Regular 7:30.
All visiting memberi of tbe
Titer are cordially Invited to
ittend im ttlnge of local lodge
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. P,
ilet every Monday eTenlng at
.- 3y In I 0 O. V. Hall, Fort Street
K. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
BEN. V. V1CKER3, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
' MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K, P.
Hall, corner Fort and Ueretanla 8U.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE. C. C.
F. WALUnON, K. of K. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. oTp7
Meete every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Vliltlng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. Q. DEERINO. C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
umolulu Lodge No. CM, O. P. O.
. will meet In their hall on King
m Knrt Kt'eet every Friday even
ts u iritnr or the E R.
HENRY O. EASTON,
rt .M H. McINERNY, E. R.
-. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.of F.
Mn svery Saturday evening at
jo ,'clwk In K. of P. Hall, cor
fori ml Kereianta. ' Visiting broth
n Miriij lv Invited to attend
vi i. -'RAZEE, C.C.,
a a jacodson. k.r.b.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, 7. 0. E.
itu on the 2nd and 4th WBU
i:HOAY evenings of each month at
' .m o'clock In K. of P. Hall, comer
iHrcUnlu and Fort street!.
'Itltlna Saglaa are Invited U at-
W l FRAZEE, W., Prert
M T MOOhB, 8ecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. B. M
viwti- ry drat and third Thsra-
inyn of iHrh month at Knlghta of
fytlil.ui Mill Visiting brothers cor-
HAlly invlltd o attend.
I W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, 0. of R.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers aneVHati Are Arrived.
Vfin fames, made by order.
' K. ISOSHIMA.
SO KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
MOTEL STREET NEAR FOB!
is mating the Beit Home-made Bread
in. town. Be sure and try it. The
wtf onjwui aeuver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
L U N C H E S and DRINKS
'j The most popular'
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Btel St. near Fort.
faek Sonllv, Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market
TIOS. F. MoTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PIONE HO. P. 0. BOX 759.
fine 'Job Printing at'the Bulletin,
No More Foot Aches
The EVER READY KNIFE will
assist you to perfect comfort in
walking if you have troubleiome
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT 8TS.
crx3ar,czrau.c MxvemxajnitaAM n
I Malt Extract
It will build you up
i ..HAUBERK DRUG CO.,
. FOR. FORT AND KTNQ ST8.
""ara wm vrjwuraii futxttrw;riCUT,
Boys from the ,
will be in de
mand at all
SATURDAY, JUKI 6,
DIAMOND HEADS vs. PUNAHOUS
KAMS. vs. ST. LOUIS
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25o extra
, SMOKER '
M. At Gunst Ss Co.
Summer Millinery '
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING,-tMt STREET
King Street Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DRY GOODS AND ' FURNISHING
UUV1W 01 &VJSHX u&-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is a little drier and hotter
than yesterday. The Bulletin Plan
lets you select a cool spot and, then
pavi your fare and board.
Anto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
Panama huts cleunod at the Ulobe.
Miss J, Hartwoll arrived on the
Mftuna Kea today.
M. T. Ftirtailo came In this morning
in the Manna Kea.
Dr. W. J. Rodgers was nn arrival
tn the Manna Kca this morning.
Georgo Angus of tho firm of Navies
& Co. returned today on tho Manna
Mrs. W. Waterhouso and Mrs. 0.
McKenzIo were arrivals today on the
The Seaside cottages are delightful
In the summer time. Engage a cot
tage now for the season.
H Culmnh Is In bed and under a
phslclan's care from Injuries received
in a runaway at Wahlawa.
'lake your carriage oi automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co. for
N. C. Willfong, taxassessor of Hn
wall was among tho arriving passen
era on the steamer Mauna Kca.
F. A, Richards, a well known clt
lien, was one of tho passengers who
came In this morning on tho Mauna
An Industrial exhibition will be
given at tho Knmehnnicha school for
Girls this afternoon between 2 and S
The Moses Kokl case went ovor
from yesterday until Monday. It will
probably go to tho Jury the early part
of tho week.
Watch for the record-breaking Bpec
lain that will be featured next week
at'Sachs', You can't refuso tho offers
they aro making.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
Yoj will bo surprised at tta cooling
and preservative properties. Call'ornln
Feed Co., agents.
Tho first two volumes of tho Privy
Council Records havo been completed,
and will bo placed in tho Archives
building for preservation.
O. A. Steven, formerly connected
with J. F. Morgan, nnd who some time
ago went to Shanghai, China, returned
this morning In the steamship Asia.
Rev. D. K. White of Lahalnn, Maul
Is In town,' having arrived this week
to be present at tho commencement
exercises of tho Kamehameha schools.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The exnert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for yon. hone 143.
Christian Church A C. McK'cevcr,
paBtor. 11 a. m., sermon, "A Renewed
Mind la the Channel of Transforma
tion." 7:30, sermon, "Atonement." All
Lkbby's natural flavor food products
are as dainty as they are good, as sub
stantial as thoy aro appetizing. You
can't mlstako In ordering them from
your grocer. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
Prof N. M. Lewis, formerly of Brook
lyn, recently come to Honolulu, has
beenengaged by the First Methodist
Episcopal church, as organist and mus
ical director, to succeed Mies Rice,
who has resigned on account of other
In commemoration of tho death of
Kamehameha the Qrcat, a special ser
vice will be observed tomorrow fore
noon' at Kawalahao church. Tho Kamehameha-
Lodgo will attend In a
body. Rev. H. H. Porker, tiastor of
the church, will have charge of the
John Martinez, a Porto ltlcan. was
this morning sentenced to Imprison
ment for three months and to nay a
llntAof 10 on a charge of receiving
stolen goods. Ho had bought two
roosters and two hens from a follow
countryman who had stolen thorn from
The Catholic Church of St. John
the Baptist, Kallhl-waeua, in chargo
of Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
June 7th. Pentecost day, tho day of
the coming of tho Holy Ghost upon
the Apostler, 8:30 n. m.. high mass,
sermon, collection, Sunday school. 4
p. m., Rosary.
Sheriff Iaukea states that oven If it
should be decided that the Territory
has' no jurisdiction ini cases which are
covered by tho provisions of the Ed
munds Act, be will keep Iwllol closod
by enforcing the laws against the
keeping of disorderly houses, vag
rancy and other similar statutes
against tho owners, lessees and ten
ants of places which offend against
the public morals.
Ill wu and m
Immigration Inspectoi Raymond C.
Brown was this morning In receipt of
a cable 'from tho Orient, stating that
Madame Wu, wife of tho Chinese Min
ister, and two servants, aro scheduled
to arrive In Honolulu on tho 13th, per
the Mongolia. They are In company
with a party of Chinese students. All
bear passports. It is asked thatthe
usual courtesies bo extended them.
Minister Wu passed through hero
somo time ago.
The Asia, which was In port this
morning, carried tho Wu nnrty for
somo distnnco ifiong tho China Coast
on this trlp
A Most Excellent Aiiortment of
1HE BEST "FTTTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. FJNO ST. PHONE 525.
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CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Wednesday, June 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed June 3:
S. 8. Hlloulan, for Honolulu,
8AN DIEGO Sailed Juno 2:
S. 9. Arltouan, for San A-anclsco.
Thursday, June 4.
VICTORIA Arrived June 3:
8. 8. Manuka, henco May 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 3:
S. 8. Columbian, for Honolulu.
8. 8. Alaskan, for Seattle.
KAHULUI Snllod Juno 3:
8. 8. Virginian, tor Kaanapall.
KAANAPALK ArrlMl June 3:
S. 8. Virginian, from Kuhulul.
QRAY'S HARBOR Arrived June 3:
8. C. Allen, henco .May 19.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 4:
Celtic Monarch, hence May IS.
8. 8. Arlzonan, from San Diego.
Frldty, June 5.
SALINA CRUZ, Sailed June S.
8. 8. Mexican, for San Diego.
YOKOHAMA Arrhed June 6:
8. S. America Marti, hence, May 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 6:
U. 8. A. T. Duford, for Honolulu.
Schr. Borcalls, for Mahukono.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno B:
8. 8. Nippon Mam, hence May 30.
Saturday, June 0.
HILO Sailed, June 3:
Ilk. Annie Johnson, for San Fran
cisco. HILO Arrived June 3.
Schr. W. H. Marston, Irom San
HILO Arrived June &
. S. S. Virginian, from Kaanapall.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived June C:-
8. S. Nippon Maru, hence May 30.
MAHUKONA Arrled Juno 2:
Schr. II. CI Wright, from San Fran
cisco. IIONOIPU Sailed Juno 5:
Schr. Defender, for Honolulu,
NEWCASTLE Sailed June 4:
Br. Sp. Carradale, for Honolulu.
t WATERFRONT NOTES
The Asia arrived shortly after 8
o'clock this morning, from tho Orient,
en route to San Francisco. She
brought for cabin passengers, and
about 290 tons of freight for this port,
besides Oriental malls. She lett
Hongkong on May ICtli, and has since
had an uneventful passuge. Whllo on
the China Coast she carried the wife
nnd child of Minister Wu from Hong
kong to'Shanghnl. On board now is
Capt. Contlho, late governor of Ma
cao, with his wife nnd family. John
Q. Stubbs, assistant general freight
agent of tho 8. I., a son of B. B.
Stubbs, and a relative of J. C. Stubbs,
tratllc manager of tho rond Is a.pas'
senger. II j Is accompanied by his
J. A. Fortune, chief engineer of the
Persia, Is a pasteuger, going to San
Francisco, where ho will probubto get
orders, changing his post.
The Asia left at noon today, on her
way to tho Coast.
FROM TWO ISLANDS.
The steamer Mauna Kea arrived In
port at 7 o'clock this morning, from
Hllo and Maul, bringing passengers as
usual, and tho following enrgo: 1 dog,
1 auto, 2 boxes butter, '4 Water stills,
3 barrels beer, 4 pigs, 5 horses, 5' bags
corn, S bags cotlce, 7 boxes chickens,
7 bigs empty bottles, 8 bags carrots,
8 bales awa, 9 barrels empty bottles,
12 big? potatoes, 18 casos celery, 27
cases glass, 31 packages vegetables,
33 empty kegs, 40,cords wood, 5G bags
cabbage, 25S sheep, nnd 203 packages
PURSER PHILLIPS of the Mauna
Ica reports the following sugar on
Hawaii: Olaa. 44,700; Walakea, 17,
000: Hawaii Mill. 8500; Walnnku, 19,
200; Onomea, 15.500; Pepeekeo, 10,
500; Honomu, 9800; Hakalau, 21,000;
Laupuhochoe, 14,000; Ookala, 5000;
Kukalau, 8500; Hamakua, 23,000;
Pnauhau, 23,500; Honokaa, 12,000;
Kukulhaele, 2200; Punaluu, 18.9G8;
IT IS UNDERSTOOD that Captain
Campbell E. Babcock, of the trans
port Sherman, will on his return to
Snn Francisco, bo assigned to duty
here, to rellovo Captain Humphreys,
who Is anxious, it is said, to bo on
tho Ben again. '
THE STEAMER Ke Au Hou arrived
this morning from Kanal, at 7:30
o clock, with a general cargo, consist
ing largely of scrap Iron and piping.
NUUANU STREAM ran mud this
morning, and tho waters of a good
part of the harbor were made yellow
by tho turbid flood. v
CAPT, BRUQUIERRE- of tho Shcr-
man may resign after this trip, as it
is understood be has (accepted a more
CAPT. SIMERSON of tho Mftuna
Loa will tako a short vacation, begin
ning with tho present stay In. port,
THE NEXT American-Hawaiian
vessel leaving San Francisco for this
poit Is tho Mexican, on the 17th.
THE W. H. MARSTON left Hllo
for San Francisco on Wednesday af
ternoon. THE TRANSPORT Duford sailed
from San Francisco for this port yes
.THE NEVADAN sails tomorrow
night for San Francisco via Kahulul.
THE VIRGINIAN is leaving Hilo to
day for tho Coast.
for the EYES that's -our Specialty.
And making and fitting Glasses is
our exolusive business.
A. N. SANFORO,
BOSTON BLDQ.. Over May & Co,
in His Otfice This
That United States District Attor
ney Ureckons always has been a lady
killer of no mean ability is recognized
by everyone who knows him well, but
when this morning ho so far won tho
heart of Maunnloa Nawelu, Immediate
ly after she had been united In the
holy bonds of wedlock to.Jamcs Hugos
as to gain consent to his Imprinting n
kiss upon her cheek, those who wit
nessed tho ceremony declared as one
that Ureckons had them nil "faded off
For tho last six years, Maunaloa
Nnwolu and James Hughes havo bcon
living together contrary to tho Ed
munds Act, and tibmo tlnio ago ttiey
were notified by tho United States At
torney that thoy must gctl married.
This they consented to, ahd tho cere
mony was performed this morning In
Jlr. Breckons' offico by Father Ste
phen. Although tho lady In question
was unable to converse in tho Eng
lish lnnguago, Mr. breckons had tho
Information Imparted to her 'that It
was the custom for tho witnesses to
complete the ceremony by kissing tho
bride. At this, the lady smiled very
sweetly, and Breckons carried through
his share, although the other witness,
Miss Ooldlo Guruey, fled.
This wedding was not tho only one
performed in Breckons' offico this
morning, for David Keyos, a young
white man, and Daisy Flint, a protty
Hawaiian girl, wero also married.
SCIENTISTS INVITED HERE
(Continued from Pese 1)
chairman read a letter received
from II. P. Wood enclosing copy of
letters sent to the Pacific Mall S. S.
Co. and to the Oceanic Steamship Co.
The chairman called upon Jarcd
O. Smith to speak on the American
Association for the Advancement of
Science. Mr. Smith stated that the
American Association for tho Ad
vancement of Science was an asso
ciation of a scientific character; that
it was composed of scientific men
and of men who are Interested in
scientific subjects. The Association
was organized in 1848; that at first
the membership was limited, but that
it gradually grew and that there are
now over 5,000 members. Mr. Smith
then went on to explain tho objects
of the Association and the divisions
into which It Is divided. Two meet
ings of the Association are held each
year, one In bummer nnd one in win
ter, at which tlmo scientific papers
aro presented nnd discussed. The
membeishlp is practically American;
thera nre some members from Can
ada and a few from Mexico.
Mr. Van Dine on being called on
said that there were many scientific
Admiral Narrowly Escaped
PKKIN. ChlnhT Jilne G.I Prlncn Chon Llanc Timhen haa been se-
, ,t v- .
lected by tho Imperial Government to
American Buttleshlp Fleet nt Amoy.
; , ,
ADMIRAL NARROWLY ESCAPED
SAN PEDRO, Calif., June 5.
the armored cruiser Tennessee while the vessel was steaming at the
rate of nineteen knots In its semi-annual speed trial, four men were
killed, two fatally hurt, and six seriously scalded. Admiral Sebreo hnd
a narrow escape, as he" had visited the fire-room one minute before the
ISOLATED BY FLOODS
MISSOULA, Mont., June C.
Floods have seriously Interfered with
communication between hero und Ho
lena And have cut off central from
southern Montana; There are no
trains or street-cars running and
most of the telegraph nnd electric
light wires In this city are down.
Thero Is three feet of water in the
PLAGUE DEATH RECORD
'PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad. June
6. Two plague fatalities occurred
Friday, No newer cases are report
FOR FUTURE .ADMIRALS
ANNAPOLIS, Md June G. The
graduating class of the Naval Acad
emy numbers two hundred.
Thaw and wife reconciled after
Supreme Court' Justice gives decision
declaring White's slayer Insane.
societies nnd associations affiliated
with tho American "Association for
tho Advancement pf Science; that
most of'these societies had members
In Hawnll. He suggested that the
.University Club, the commercial peo
ple here, and other concerns here
I should write to the secretary of the
I US HtllbUtlUll ItllU UlfjV VIICI1I IV WUIHU
to Hawnll. The meeting would pro
bably last a week or nine days.
Mr. Home stated that he had -met
Mr. Howard while In Washington
and with Mr. Gartley nnd Mr. llos
mer had spoke to him of this mat
ter, That Mr. Howard assured him
that nt least 200 members would
come to Hawaii if tho meeting would
be nrrunged for here.
Mr. Mott-Smlth suggested that the
meeting proceed to organizo; that n
chairman be appointed (mentioning
Hint the Governor bo appointed), u
vlco chairman, nnd u icrqiary.
Mr. Dole, thought that mi expres
sion of opinion Bhould bo had beforo
doing to. t
Mr. Griffiths said that tho main
question would be tho transporta
tion; that thero was no doubt that
they would bo wclcomo nnd would
be properly entertained. Ho thought
that they could be well cared for
whllo here, suggesting thnt tho Oahu
CnDgc dormitory could be used for
them during tho stay, and thnt per
haps many would bo cured for by
Mr. Thurston coincided with Mr.
Griffith's views. The matter of
chartering n vessel would be very ex
pensive as taught from the lesson of
the San Pedro people In their endeav
or to charter a vessel from the Oce
anic people to bring an excursion
Mr, Wnldron suggested that' Mr.
Howard, tho secretary of tho Ameri
can Association fqr the Advancement
of Science', be assured that the asso
ciation would be most welcome here,
and said thnt the transportation
question could be worked out later.
Mr. Thurston thought that It
would bo well to adopt a set of reso
lutions (the wording of which to be
submitted after adjournment) nn
swerlng the questions in Mr. How
ard's letter In the affirmative; that
accommodations could bo provided
here largely free or nt reduced rates,
and thnt tho community does approve
heartily of tho Invitation and that
the ouly problem would bo to work
out the transportation question and
thnt It would be taken up Immedi
ately and every effort made to secure
satisfactory nnd low rates. This was
made In the form of a motion. Mo
tion was seconded by Mr. Griffiths
nnd was put and carried unanimous
The election of a chairman, vice
chairman, nnd sccretnry wns then
tnken up. Mr. Brlgham moved that
tho Governor be chairman, Mr. Grif
fiths vice chairman, and Mr. Judd
kecretary. Motion seconded by Mr.
Home. Motion put and carried
Mr. Brlgham suggested that the
membership of this organization to
attend to the matter of having the
meeting In Hawnll consist of the
members present, the Hawaiian mem
bers of the American Association for
the Advancement of Science, und Mr,
Hosmer and Mr. Gartley.
Mr. Mott-Smlth suggested that a
committee on resolutions bo appoint
ed who would see to it thnt resolu
tions bo procured from nil nfniinted
societies of the American Association
far tho Advancement of Scleuco that
nro in Hawaii. Moved by Mr. Van
Dtno, seconded by Mr. Home, that a
committee of three bo appointed by
tho Chair to procure resolutions from
convey an official welcome to tho
By the bursting of n boiler tube on
EIGHT KILLED IN COLLISION
ANNAPOLIS, Md June C In a
head-on collision of electric cars here,
eight passengers were killed nnd a
scoro BeriouBly Injured. Tho accl
dent was caused by a 'confusion of
BRENT WON'T ACCEPT
WASHINGTON, D. C, June.O.
Bishop Brent of the Philippines has
declined the post at Washington, In
succession to Bishop Satterlee, to
which he was recently elected.
TO VISIT CZAR
LONDON. Enc. June G. Kin
Edward, Queen Alexandra, and the
Princess Victoria have started to
Russia tq visit the Czar Nicholas.
TO TRY BARTNETT
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Junn R.
The Bartnett Jury .has been completed.
Saturday, Juno 6.
Stmr. Ko Au Hou, Pcderson, from
Kauai, 5 n. m.
O, & O. 8. 8. Asia, Gnukroger, en
route from tho Orient for Snn Fran
cisco, 8:15 n. m.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, Freeman, from
Hllo nnd .Maul ports, 7 n. m.
S TJEPARTEn M
KHSHRhlKKHHKSK S,S it
Friday, Juno' 5.
Stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for Maui
hnd Hawaii ports, nt 5 p. m.
U. S. A. T. Sherman, llrugulerre, for
Portland, Oregon, midnight.
Saturday, Juno 0.
O. & O. 8. 8. Asia. nniikr,i..,.r tn
San Francisco, noon.
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per stmr. Muuun Ken, Freeman,
from Hllo nnd Maul. June (! Mlr'v
J. Hartwoll, Mrs. W. Waterhousc, R.
U. Kostcr, Miss N. McKcnz e. Miss
8. McKonzio, Dr. W. G. Rodgcrs, J.
k. liociin, J-. a.. Hlclinrds, A. Har
ris, N. C. Willfong, 11. "S. Smith, Miss
J. Frist. Mrs. .1. A. Fit I In nTiil Infnnt
Miss L. Kcknulnhlo, Miss M. Kal-
ewa, lnrnnt, Rev. Mo Tso Tsung, C.
Kll Net. K. Anlnn. Mrs. K. Anlun
nnd two infants, Misses Amlna (3),
Miss Sue. Mrs. It. I. Lili e. W. ft.
Hall, Geo. Angus. Miss M. Weir. .f.
Melnccltc, P. II." Uurch, J. J. Reiser,
u. maconncnic, w. L. Vredcn
berg. Master H. Snencc. A. 11. Lind
say, C. M. L. Wntson, M. It, Jamie
son, Mrs. Joe'n, D. Nnuuao, M. T.
furtado, J. Knhaunaole, S. K. Ma
Kekau, A. Tripp, Miss J I. Robertson,
A. Enos, Mrs. F. Delnert, K. Saltal,
Ho Sam, W. Uehara.
PCr S. S. AEln. nnilltrnirn fn... fl,n
Orient for Snn Francisco, Juno C. Fur
Honolulu: O. A. Steven, E. C. Coop
er nnd wlfo, Mrs. Wong See. For San
Francisco: HE. Capt. Pedro D'Azo
vedo Contlnho, Mndamo Contlnho, 4
children nnd maid, CT N. Dods J. II.
FHe, Fung Tom, 11. F. Bertln, W. T.
Conn and wlfo, John O. Stubbs nnd
wife, W. If. Lansing. T. E. P. Sutton,
J. A. Fortune, A. 8. Cooper, C. C.
Beach, S. Falkner, It. G. Morris.
Per stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for
Mnul and Hawaii ports, Juno 5, 5 p. in.
Dr. A.KJ. Dalley and wife, A. Fer-
royos, Miss E. Stono, Rov. J. W. Ault
nnd wife, Q. Q. Bradford, Rov. W. II.
Fenton-Smlth, nov. L. Kroll, wife nnd
Per, O. & O. 8. 8. Asia. Gnukroger,
for San Francisco, June 6, noon. A.
A. Bryan, T. A. Kllborno.
J PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per. M. N. 8. 8. Hllonlan, for
Snn Francisco, Juno 10. Clnrcnco
Dyer, Mrs. Geo. J. Augur. Master
Augur, Mrs. L. C. Abies. Kenneth
Abies, Willnrd Abies, Mrs. Marks and
2 children. Leslie Mnrks, Paul Kncst
hardt. Mlrs E. C. Skinner, F. Y. Sulli
van, Miss Louise Gullck, Miss Crnlg,
Miss J. C. Carlson, Mrs. A. Barnes,
Mrs. E Frazier, Mrs. K. Gallagher,
Mrs. Polrlo, Miss a. Whlleman und
child, W. P. Miller. Olmsted Atwaler,
William Horst, Miss Stella Pedro,
Miss Oraco Webster, Miss M. A.
Brown, Miss fi. Thomas, Miss M. Wad
dlngton, Mr. nnd Mis. II. L. Smith, U
G. Kellogg, a. D. Boll nnd wlfo. II. M.
Smith nnd wlfo, J. V. Dillon and wlfo,
Mrs. McKcown mid child. W. E. Cham
bers. MISS II. G. Wnml.' Mrs V A
Taylor, G. L. Samson, Miss Mary Lawl
rouco, Alico Thompson, Mis. A. F.
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Scharpo, Miss E.
S. ColWCll. MISS K r. MkI on.t M-u
C. J. Coopor. Miss Harrletto Lay, Mlsa
iu i,. iivusner, Airs. A. K. Tetzol,
Mrs. W. F. Bnv. Mln I t t.. xt.
and Airs. It. H. Interim nn.l oMM mm
E. L. Fnrnsworth, Miss Farnsworth!
miss uesmoiul, MBs M. G. Klndlo,
Mrs. M. Tinman. Mrs. Van Winklo,
W. S. Ward. Mlus Pmumliltn. i-i..i
Mrs. J. A. Pitts. Miss Knto Kolley'.
tho nfflllatcd societies of tho Ameri
can Association for tho Adrnnrnmnnt
of Science In Hawnll, and from oth
er societies as to their Judgment ns
would deem best, and that tlipsn roa.
olutlons bo gent on or beforo Juno
29th. Motion scrnnripil nmi -ni-rtA,i
On this committee the Ctiuir nppoln-
iou Mr. vnn Dine. Mr. Hnllnwnv.
nnd Mr. Home.
When VOU Iirn llrn.l nn.l lw.f nn.l
your mouth and thront nm tl.n !,-
dry spots on you, that's the tlmo to
-a u h.un m ,ui:U V.UIU. U irCSIl
ens up tired poople. Hnwallnu Soda
Honolulu haa well nlnrf tu. .....
tatlon of being a clean city. The only
y wo en maintain same is by keep
Inn at work.
You can hnvo n close shnvo every
day and still lead an uneventful llfo.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY "m
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe. rowinp.hnfti- vaniio ...1.1.1.
have in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, anil th nnV. n.-n v.. .1
low that you will wonder how we can
we KNOW ' however' w
Charles D. Walker.
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
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