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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1008.
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WEEKLY CMhDJK j
Pacific Stated, Second Degree.
Hawaiian First Deoree.
Honolulu Commandery B p
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Regular.
Mtltii: members of lb
nrdlally invited to
i i 'fin" of local lodRMi
, uuL N-j. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Monday evening at
i o I- Hall, Fort Btreet.
K HENORY. Secretary.
V , Y VICKERS, N. O.
S K ... iiiipr very coraiaiiy
.MASi.C LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meet every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of e.rh "ninth nt 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
tl.tll o ip Foil nnd Berotanla St.
Isltiti. iinthers cordially welcome.
I.. I.YLE, C. C.
, WM.DRON. K. of R. 4 3.
o:"V !0W1 No. 1. K. of P.
Usota mc tlrst and third Frl-
' Ih u.enlnK "I 7.30 In K. of P. Hall.
..unim Tort and Uoretanln. Vlsltln-
brother cordially Invited to attpnil.
A. O. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.3.
aOWOLULP LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
dKP No 61. O. P. a
B.. will iifi
in their nan on mus
,,-mmi pvh-v K'1av pvpo-
l)y in ii r K
HENRY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY. E. R.
Wm. M'KINLEY L0DQE No.8. K.of P.
Meets every Baturday evening at
t:J0 o'clock In K, of P. Hall, cor
Vrt and Deretanla. Visiting broth'
in cordially Invited to attend
W. L. FRAZEE, CO.,
E. A. JACOUSON. K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
u. nn lh. 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of eacn month at!
t:J0 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanta and Fort street.
Vliltlng Eagles are Invited U at
tend. W. L. FRAZEE, W Pratt
II T MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRD3E No. 1, 1. 0. B. H.
Menu -.ry first and third Thurs-
lays of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
ttalh Invited 'o attend.
J. W. ASCH, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, O. of B.
Serine Flowers, New Ribbons,
Ctv r nnrl Hat Are Arrived.
A it ramei made by order.
OUl' PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
e AT o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
V it-hi. a bakery
ntakinc the Ewt Home-made Bread
lu town. Be sure and try it. The
wanon 'vill deliver nt your door,
CALL UP 187.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
HMel Pt. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Beit Whiskey on the Market.
THOS. F. MoTIOHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
HONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
An absolutely harmless
Dreoaration. Will re
duce your weight.
50c a package
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STS.
atvw; rut n mwxs .
It will build you up
'A&BERS CHUG CO..
FOR FOP.T AND KINO STB.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all
SATURDAY, JUNE 13,
KA2.IS t DIAMOND HEADS
PUNS. vs. ST. LOUIS
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25o extra
M. A. Gunst & Co.
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
King Street, Ewa of Fithmarket.
PRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
LOCAL ANU GENERAL
"Today is a little drier and hotter
than jesterday. The Bulletin Plan
lets yon select a cool spot and then
pavs your fare and board.
Auto at hack (are. Tel. 361.
Panama hats cleaned at the Utobe.
Silver chatelaine puise lias been
tost. Sco ad this Issue.
Rev. V. D. Wostervclt left on the
etoamer Manna Kea'nt noon today.
Rov. Imamura sailed at noon today
on the Manila Kca, going to Hawaii.
Tho band played at tho departure ol
the steamets Mnuna Ken and Mauna
iMmlnmo Lambert moved around the
corner on lierctanla street In Hani
Civil Engineer Rowel! wag a pas
senger on the Mnuna Loa, which Balled
for Kona ports.
The Seasldu cottages are dengnuui
In the summer time. Engage a cot-
tajzo now for the season.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co.. for
S. Mnhuka Spencer of Walmoa, Ha
wall," returned to his homo today on
tho steamer Mnuna Kea.
Col. Sam Johnson was one oi me
outgoing passengers today Id the
Mnuna Kea. which sailed at noon.
Thomas K. Makanelcua of Kamucla
has been In town for Bevernl days and
returns this week to his home on Ha
waii. Tho Country Club will hold a medal
rilav tourney at their llnkson Thurs
day, entries opening at 10 n. m. and
closing at 2 p. m.
Coal inn Iron roorn wltn "Arucic
Yo,i will be surprised at Its rillnc
unit preservative properties. CalKornlx
Peed Co.. agents.
A dish that always pleases, nnd In
ns wholcFome as It Is appetizing, Is
Booth'A Crescent Brand broiled mack
erel. Sold by all grocers.
John Baches, an Italian who Is be
lieved to lut a little oft his head, was
this morning sent to jail for ninety
dns on n charge of vagrancy.
Your typewriter should be kept in
-xccllent order. The expert at the
Uawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
i an attend to it for you. Phone 143.
The Fleet Waists are going to bo
nil the attraction anil will arrlvo hero
on Juno 15th. Vhltne & Marsh will
show them In their display window.
There will bo two deliveries from
the Metropolitan Meat Co.'s markets
on Wednesday and nono on Thursday,
Juno 11, when tho markots will close
promptly at 11 oclock.
Tho Hooulu and Hoola I.nhul So
ciety will hold Its regular monthly
meeting Wednesday morning, 10
o'clock, at tho Kaplolanl Maternity
Home. All members are requested to
N. C. Wlllfong, tax assessor of Ha
waii! departed todny on tho Mauna
Kea, returning to his home at una
Before sailing, treasurer Campbell
held conferenco with him aboard tho
Practically all the fathers of this
County wcro nt the wharf saying faro
well to Sam Johnson who left in the
Mnuna Kca today for Hllo. Johnsou
was heavily loaded with lets from hli
Leo Koon Yun, a Chlncso store
keeper, was this morning arrested on
a chnrgo of assault and battery on
Board ot Health Inspector Vlvlchnves.
The Inspector was directing him to
clean up his place and tho Chlncso
took exceptions to this nnd tried to
do him up.
Mrs. Slmocs, tho wlfo of a Portu-i-tipRt
Rtorokpener on Punchbowl.
(whom the police havo for somo time
suspected, was last night nrrestca on
a charge of selling liquor without a
license. The case came up In the Po
lice Court this morning, but was con
tlnued until next week at the request
of the dofense.
C. M. Cooke, Ltd., has bought from
tho Honolulu Tobacco Co. tho 'proper
ty on tho Walklkl side of Fort street
above Hotel, which Is at present oc
cupied by Wnltor Beakbauo and n
Chlneso storo. Tho price paid was
110,000, the deal having been made
through Trent & Co., There nro no
encumbrances on the property, with
tho cxcentlon of two leases to See
Hop Co. and J. D. Levcnson. The
frontage ot tho lot on rori sireei is
OILMAN PROTEST GOES
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth has
turned tho letter from E. C. Peters re
garding the disqualification of J. A.
Oilman to serve as a member ot tho
License Commission over to the At
torney General's department, and At
torney General Hemenway will Imme
diately look Into the proposition, and
see what action should bo taken. Mr.
Mott-Smlth had nothing to say on the
matter this morning further than
tho remark that ho woiiJd probably
follow out the recommendation ot the
Attorney General In Oie matter.
The famous engineer, James D.
Schuyler, has written" to Superinten
dent of Public Works Marston Camp
bell, thanking him for all tho courtc
sles that were extended htm during
his short layover here recently, nnd
also praising htm highly for the
progress ot the work on Nuuunu
dum. Schuyler states that he can
see a great Improvement in the work
of the department over the time ho
was hero laEt.
" i l 1-Vin
Silver chatelaln purse containing
money, etc. Reward on roturn to
Bulletin office. 4024-tf
IN rill PORTS
''ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday; June 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 9:
S. S. Manchuria, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived June 9:
Bk. G. C. Tobey, from Hllo Mny 15,
SAN,FRANCISCO Arrived June 9:
S. S. Alameda, hence June 3.
QAVIOTA Arrived Juno 8:
S. S. Rosccrans. hence May 28.
Uargo Monterey, henco May 28, In
HILO Sailed lime 8:
S. S. Virginian, for Sallna Cruz.
TALTAIi Sailed Juno 6:
Schr. M. E. Foster, for Honolulu
(Not ns reported yesterday In
somu of the bulletins sent out.
WATERFRONT . NOTES
KlilSHH M.M MSKKMMKK
Today Is the busy tlmo on the In
ter-Island wharvc?, six of tho steam
era sulllng today, either at noon or at
C o'clock. Of these', the two big pas
senger boats tor Ma.il nnd Hawaii, the
Mauna Kea uud the M ir.ua uia, gut
away at noon, with tV'" usual crowd
ot passengers, and general cargoes.
The Noeau sailed at noon, also, for
Honokaa and Kukulhnelc, and the
Hclcno went to the big Island for sug
ar. The Iwalanl and the W O. Hnll
will bo the departures thlr afternoon,
going in different direction, tho latter
Owing to the fact that Thursday Is
a holiday, the Inier-Islund ulrrves
will be deserted on thai day, nnd the
Klnau will probably get uvtuy tumor
row evening on her run to Knual.
Quito a number of steamers will come
In between now nnd tho week end.
The Mongolia sailed on tho third, and
should bo In on tlmo from the Orient.
The Buford ought tf tome in from tho
Coast Thursday or r'riday, bb she is
ono of tho fasten of the transports.
Tho Chargours Reunts Cnravcllas, Le
Seven, Is also due about tho wcoX
end, from Yokohama. Willi tho be
ginning of tho new week, tho Maine
and tho Alabama will be In and thero
will bo plenty of excitement on the
waterfront to keeps tho wharf rats oc
cupied. THE AMERICAN schooner Geo. E
Billings, which soiled from Newcastle
on April 3rd, arrived off the harbor
this morning, en'routo to Eleele. She
Is n nlco looking flvo master, and a
smnrt craft. The cargo Is consigned
to Hind, Rolph & Co.
,NO FREIGHT will be handled by
tlio Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
on Thursday, which Is Kamehamcha
THE SHIP .Marlon Chllcott and the
stenmcr Rosecruns vailed yesterday
from Montpfy with oil.
Temperatures C n. m.. 71; 8 n. in.,
77; 10 n. in., 77; noon, 80; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m.. 30.03; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., B.C78 grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 a. m
67 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., C2.
Wind C n. m eloclty 3, direction
N. E.; 8 n. m., velocity 5, direction N.;
10 a. m., velocity 9, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity 9, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .00 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon. 16C miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather
REAL ESTATE TEANSAOTIONa
Entered for Record June 8, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
John II Est Ltd to Kaneohe Rico
Mill Co Ltd L
Mrs Kulou Holokahlkl to Kukalau
Plantn Co Ltd L
Geo S Wells to von llamm-Young
Co Ltd ."CM
T C Pollkapu et al by mtgeo to Sol
omon Mehcula D
Ah Cliee to Lam Kam Chin 1)3
N G Peterson to M Koda Rel
Angela E Cuuhn to Wllllnm Mc-
Wm Mcdelros to E S Cunha AL
John Nleper and wf to Samuel An
Honolulu Tobacco Co Ltd to Chas
M Cooko Ltd D
San Antonio Port Ben Soc to Fran
cisco Tetxelrn Rel
Frnnclsco Telxelra nnd wf to Joao
Est of S G Wilder Ltd to Honolulu
Tobacco Co Ltd Rel
Entered for Record June 9, 1908,
A Horktng to Trs ot Est, of 8 O
Mrs Wnhlncknpu to D Noolwl ...D
Cecil Brown tr to W It Castle Jr.Ilel
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KINO ST.
for the EYES tbat'i our Specialty.
And making and flttinc Glasses is
our exclusive business.
A. N. SANFORD,
Over May & Co.
(Special Bui let. I n Wireless)
Hllo. Hawaii, Juno 8. -Survey- -
f or Walter Will reports that thero -f
are seventeen acres of nro in tno
Volcano pit, nnd he it-commends
f that those wishing to see a vol-
cano In good action villi Kllnucn -f
IN FOUR SECTIONS
Admiral Sperry, In his letter to
Acting 'Governor Mott-Smlth gives
tho exact manner In which the great
Armada will be divided while litre.
This Is In addition to a number of
other, valuable suggestions vhlch tho
Admiral 1ms made towards the wuy
In which the Bailors should be enter
tained while on the Islands.
He,states that the Fleet will-be .11-1
17 ACRES OH ,1
Tided into four l stlnct'secttonH. "no,heli th,g ,, c wh,cfw thrce
of which rwill go to Haul to coal, he -a t() bo hej(1 t K ,,, ,,ark
remaining three -will remain outside I Thum,ay nftcrtloon wero nrrang
Honolulu harbor, coming In, ono sec- nnd n fmjrth WM ,,SCIlssed (cnfa.
Hon nt a time to coal. Uve A raca fm. onc.fourlh 0f n
' Acting Governor Mott-Smlth Is ,m0-wlth four ontric was mailo; an
personal friend of Admiral Sperry, othep fof onc.fourth of a mllo ,)C.
having known him years ago. He twecn Mkanhl anU tno ..3url,rlfle
has written n personal, as well as an par ,,. w,lcl bcat tho fagl gprlntcr
official, letter to him, telling him how H, ,,, , rrnn,i fnr.
. . t. ...... l.- . .1 I.I
piensen no win uC iu m mo "',, Dlll. Sp0nccr, Jr.. and n horse of
Tho Knpna land exchango must go
through within thu next fow days or
It will not go through at nil. Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth has written to
Gcorgo Palrchlld, manager of the Ma
kee Sugar Company, to the effect that
ho must have an answer within a very
Tho fact of tho matter Is that the
Acting Governor has notlflci) Fair
child that ho must havo a "Yes" or
"No" ready from either Spalding or
Rlthet. It has been twonty-four days
now Hlnco Spalding first had cabled
Information of tho status of affairs',
and Mott-Smlth fools that this has
been a great Biifflclcncy.
Georgo B. McClellan, Eocretary to
Delegate Kuhln, graduates this month
rrom tno uoiumman i.aw scnooi ai
Wnshlnglpn, D. C. Mr. McClellan has
been following the custom of many
energetic men In Washington by tnk
lng a special con r so at tho Columbian
University. McClellan is ricsiiicnt of
his class. Being u full-fledged lawyer
It is possible that ho will open a per
manent ofnee In Washington.
AMERICAN SAILORS ARE
WELL-EDUCATED, ABLE MEN
There nfe 600 high school gradu -
ates among the bluejackets and mar
I ... ,l. All..... In 11flllnu1lln Vlnill I
200 or 300 men who have graduutert
from educational Institutions classed
us colleges and 1,000 men who are
taking courses In correspondence
Bchools There Is not a warship that
aoes not numocr niuoiig im mm u
largo class ot highly educated young
nl. ..nmMn n A Hn nnlv OO n ttllA
...o Dvauicu ... w...,. -. ...-".
well educated, but are well bred and
In many respects nre far different
from the old-time boUterous ar.
Aimougn u uui... " "
"rru!JfrVw" : ''.": ',:,'
nuu iiivii, uui; unco w ,ui u,u
Jackets havo loft tho vessel in tho.
past aeverai weeas. -i no suuih i ru- , ,cttcr8 Bn0Wj1K ,eg01, ,l1ot to glt
portion holds good with the other )nRcmar mno nro read in divorce trial
Mrs. James W. Orr. prohlilent of tho found to bo llretraps nnd posltlvo men
California club, Is succeeded by Mrs. nco to Hfo by works board commltc
Edward L. Baldwin. sloner.
Pursue Land Fraud Men
PORTLAND, Ore., June 8.
In tho land-fraud cases.
TO GREET KING EDWARD
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, June 8.
The Emporor nnd Empress have start
ed for Rcval to meet the King and
Queen of England.
RECEIVER FOR RAILROAD
TOLEDO, Ohio, Juno 8. A receiv
er has been appointed for the Wheel-
l'nB n,ul Lali0 Kr' railroad.
Robert Malinhalupii lias been ap-
liClnled District Magistrate for South
Kona. Hawaii, to isko uio piace oi v.
J. Yntcs, resigned. Makahalupa Is an
Judge Dole'tf Court:
Mosch Kokl case continued; nr.T.l
ment before Jury.
Judgo Lindsay's Court:
Juno 9 llodson v. Wollcrs; trlnl
, Llndly v. Llndly: divorce granted.
Estate of Rodrigues: motion for nt
tomoy'd fees. Arlil nllowed $100.
Juno 10 Mills v. Chun Heo. Trial
9 n. in. ,
Guardianship of D. Callahan; order
to show cause.
Hods'ou v, Wollers; trial continued.
Judgo Robinson's Court:
Leo Let raso continued.
Juno 10 Territory v. Manuel Man-
RAGES fOR II Hill
.. -, n. ,,,. hm.a(,m(m was
"" ",ov ui"..W ""- ....""O
Georgo Woods were .matched for a
half-mile. Another rnco will nlto be
made. In all probability, nnd a try Is
now being made to get an unto raco
In on tho program.
The time for the races to begin' will
bo regulated by tho number of the
events which havo to be pulled off.
Tho races will be frco to the public.
JURY SAYS NOT GUILTY
(Continued from Paze U ,
summed up the wholo case, dwelling
particularly on tho credibility ot Tay
lor, Mathcson, nnd Ayrcs, his wit
nesses. He spoko nt length on the
fact thnt Lee Let's testimony was un
supported, while thero wcro three
nlcn who told the same story for the
prosecution. Ho closed lilt) argument
ut 11 o'clock, when u 10-mlnute re
less was declared.
Frank Thompson, attorney for the
defondnnt, opened his argument by
stating thnt he considered n lot of his
opponent's talk Irrelevant. Ho nlso
went Into n detailed outline ot the
case, bringing up many polntB that
might havo been overlooked. Con
cerning tho denial In tho Advertiser
of the accusation thnt Taylor had
been writing for that sheet In which
it was stated that the last thing Tay-
loi had written for them was a ge
nealogy ot Prince David, Thompson
caused n general laugh mound the
court-room whon he brought out tho
point that the genealogy had been
'copied almost verbatim from writings
of' Mrs. Nakulna. Thompson closed
a few minutes after
!"00"' and tho Court declared a recess
tititll ) x'nlrrtL It la n rtninnnn
until 2 o'clock this nftcrnoon.
PLAN WILL WIN AT LAST
WASn,NQT0N Di c Majr 31
Thnt tI(e ocelln , uIlli whlch ,)BBll.
a division, nnd later was sustained by
, tlio Sennte In the Postofllce appropri
ation bill by n vote of forty-six to
twe, ,s ot klcd b (Uo nct(jn ot
flm convctlo of ,he frIenda of ,
" measure. Thoy believe that next De
" wm w. by decisive ,.
I Most of San Francisco's schools aro
-Soven new indictments havo been found
80 CHINESE MISSING
HONGKONG, Chlnu, June 8. The
steamer Powan struck n rock off Lnn
tao Island. Eighty natives aro miss
ing, but tho Europeans on board were
All men need prayers, but It Is best
to put soma of them In Jnll first. -
Thoso who pay as they go do not
have to cuss over their bills.
K B 3 K H E K 3C 2 Jt K 81 3 B X
Tutkilny. 'June 9.
Schr. George Bllllngj, Blrkhblm, to
an nnohnrnge off tho harbor, en routo
from Newcastle, Australia to Elccte,
10 a. in.
x Monday, Juno 8.
Stmr. Ke An Hon. Pedersen. for Ka-
paa. Anaholu', Kllauca, Kallhlwal unit '
tlnniilel, at C p. in.
P. M. S. 8. China, Frlrlc, for tho
Orient, ii p. m.
- Tuesday, Juno 9.
Stmr. Mnuna Kca, Freeman, for
Maul and Hllo, 12 m.
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, Slmerson, (or
Maul, Kail and Kona ports, 12 in.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Honokaa
and Kukulhaole, 12 m.
Stmr., Helene, for Hnrr.iii ports, 12
aSKll K'3C 3 5C MJC K 3C H 5C K 3
P SAILING TODAY
A.-H. B. S. Despatch, Kokcrwltz, for
fileole, at 5 p. m. ,
Stmr, W. G. Hall. T.iompaon, for
Knual, 5 p. in
Stmr. Iwalanl, Self, (m Mntokai, f
ft PASSENGERS DEPARTED
t ? a x & x X n m x & x x x
Per Btmr. Mnuna Ken, Frteman, for
Mnui and Hllo, Juno 9. K. Saknl, M.
F. Fiirtnrdo, Rov. Woo Yen Hew, Mrs. ,
A. Lewis, Jr., Mr. Tienor, J. Cutton,
John Llmlsiiy, 11. W. Cathur, Mrs.
Wnlker, Rov. W. D. WcbUtvcK ami
wife, Sam Johnson, Capt. Penhnllow,
B. M. Che.ith.ani, R. Homer, Mrs. J. A.
Bruns nnd two. children, R. C. Senrlo,
wlfn mid two children, J. Melnecko mid
wife, A. Hiion, JnmeH Kolhn, Rev. l.
Niummru, Rev. Shim Yin Chin, Miss .
Annlo Lnmlsay, Mrs. M. K. Keohokn-
lolo. Mnry Apo, Miss Mary Norton, C.
G. White, wife and child, C. D. Brad
lev, S. M. Spencer and two children,
Win. Knplko, G. It. Willis. Miss Mur
ium, Mrs. Burlcm, N. C.i Wlllfong, E.
Per Klinr. Mauna Loa, Simerson. for
Maul, Knu and Kona. Juno 9. E. Van
lino and wife. Jchn Lincoln, Col. Sum
Noirls, Geo.,0. Hewitt, J. D. PurU,
Geo. Kauwc, J. Kenuuhaku, Mrs.
Wright nnd servant. Miss Lizzie Yates,
V. V. McStocker. E. E. Conant, R. A.
McWayne, W. H O. Arnomanii, Miss
McStocker, Mrs. F. B. McStocker,
Call WolteiH, E. J. Hardee. D. O. Moy,
E. Cant, Miss Purls. Mrs. M. McGulru,
Sain Kclllunl, F I.tlllb and wife, Mrs.
Yowell uiul daughter.
Per Btmr. Chtnn, Friele, for tho Or
ient, Juno 8, 5 p. m. F. A. Richards.
Per stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, for Ha
waii, Juno 9. D. Puller nnd wife.
K PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, for
Eleele, Ahuktnl and ports. Juno 9, t
p. in. J. Kamanuwal, Philip Palamn,
Mrs. P. Delnert, S. Robinson, A. Roli
Inson, MIks. Anioy Kook Tnl, Martin
Welbko, Clnrauco Welbke.
Per Btmr. Iwatanl, Self, for Pukoo,
Juno 9, fi p. in. Mib. Weasels.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record June 6, 1998,
from 10:30 a. m. to. 12 noon.
Jno S McGrew to Honolulu Plantn
Entered for Record June 8, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Bathsheba M Allen to Garden Islo
Fruit Co Ltd L
J M Paka nnd wf to Opal (k) D
II P Baldwin to James Lindsay... Rel
Western nnd Hawn InVBt Co Ltd to
Kaneoho Rico Mill Co Ltd D
Wong Sal King to Kaneoho Rico
Mill Co Ltd CM
A Lowls Jr and wf to Puahelanl
Loo Lcong Shoe to Lum Say Kau..PA
Mallo Sylva mid by Tr to Sing
Chang & Co D
BRUHN In Honolulu, Juno 8, 1908,
to Captain and Mrs. W. C. Bruno, u
BLANCHE BATES' MOTHER
PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY
OSSININO, N. Y., Juuo 1. Mrs.
Elizabeth Lacy Bates died suddenly
of apoplexy nt her homo In Newcas
tle, two miles from this villngo, lust
Saturday, She was tho mother of
Miss Blanche Bates, tho actress.
Mrs. Bates was born In Richmond.
V,n 69 years ago. Sho lived In West
chester County since Mlas Bates pur
chased tho Ira Bailey farm tin eo
KiiiH ago. The funeral will tnku
place tomorrow. Tho body will bo
cremated, and tho nshes taken to Cali
fornia for Interment.
Chlnoe merchants of Const rlgn
boycott agi cement' er-ilnst trnuw of.
Japan as rovongo for L.llp's seizure.
Louis Glass may bo allowed to lslt
health resort ft surety company will
Divorced parents, Albert 8iittnu ami
Mrs. Ethel M. Sutton; dlsputo, over
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowinu-boat, or yacht which you
have' in mind. We'll have it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that vou will wonder how we can
do it. We've done it, however: so
Charles ID. Walker
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai.
. ji.i'l I & .&M. W. V.