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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 1004.
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Pacific Stated, Second Degree.
Hawaiian Flret Degree.
Honolulu Commandery 6 p
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. Z Regular.
All visiting member of che
order are cordially Invited to
attend mc etlnars of local lodfe
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meete every Monday evening at
?i!0 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Btreet.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
BEN. F. V1CKERB, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, HO. 3,X 07 P.
lleeta erery 2d and 4th Tuesday
f each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Deretanla SU.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. ot R. ft S.
0AHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. ot F.
Meets every drat and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
eorner Port and Beretanla. Vliltlng
brothere cordially Invited to attend.
A. a. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.It.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. 0. B.
lunolulu Lodge No. 610, B. P. tt
c. will meet In their hall on King
ar Fort street every Friday even
ig. ' nrrtrr of the K R.
HENRT O. EA8TON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
Vm. M'BJJLEY LODGE Ho.8, X.of P.
MmIi every Baturday rvealng at
'.SO o'clock In K. of P. Ball, cor
trt and Beretanla. Vlaltlng broth-
r cordially Invited to attend
W. L. FRAZEE, C.C..
B. A. JACOD80N. K.R.B.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, 7. 0. X.
Sleets on the 2nd mil 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
:80 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, eorner
taretanla and Fort atreete.
Vlaltlng Eagles ara Invited U at-
W. L. FRAZEE, W., Preit
H. T MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, L0.B.K.
Mtmxt ry flrat and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Vlaltlng brothers cor
rtUlly Invited to atUnd.
J. W. ASCH. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
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The Best Whiskey on the Market,
XX0B. 7. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING 8T.
PH0NB 140. P. 0. BOX 7S5.
HEW JERSEY MOSQUITO EGGS
on exhibition at the
NEXT TO THE THEATER.
The Beet In Town.
EL. (27. KINO ST,
LOVEJOY fe CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
4000 Qreen Rooting Slate 10"xl".
600 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-ga1!on Drum Commercial Eth
1 Cant Iron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King; Street. Phone 211.
ftemember that the Oarbage Depart
ment haa premleed U cart away the
refuse when you olean up your alde
vvafk. Oall up Mis department whtn
ytur part of the work Is done.
An absolutely harmless
preparation. Will re
duce your weight.
50c a paokage
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STS.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOB. 70BT AND KING STS,
Leads all others
Get it at any bar or
8prinj Flowers, New Ribbon,
Feathers and Hate Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT BTREET
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan Ss Co.,
PHONE 627. King; & Bethel Sts.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
en and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alakea St., bet.' King and Merchant
ne Bulletin office.
carde en sale at
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The day on which you begin te
earn a vacation on the Bulletin
Plan will be your Good-Fortune Day.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
Panama hats cleaned at the Olobe.
Madame Lambert moved around the
corner on Berotanla street In Harri
Tho Seaalde cottages are delightful
In tho summer time. Engage a cot
tago now for the season.
Lieutenant Commander Carter vcnt
to Barber's Point to Inspect tho light
house station there, this rooming.
lane your carnage or auiomooiia
to Hawaiian Carriage Manty. Co., tor
Leon M. Straus ban returned from
tho Orient. How he got here, and1
how long he has been here, ho rcfusos
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
You will be aurprlsed at Us cooling
and preservative properties. Calt'ornln
Feed Co., agents.
Tho annual memorial services of
the Knights of Pythias will bo held at
tho Pythian Hall next Sunday at 3
o'clock. All are Imltcd to be present.
Tour typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Tho Board of Supervisors will hold
a meeting this evening. Among other
business the appointment ot Cum
mlngs as road supervisor will bo tak
Tho June number or tho Paradise
ot the Pacific, which has Just been Is
sued, Is an especially attractive one,
containing many fine Illustrations, as
well as some Interesting and Instruct
ive rending matter.
it. Percy Benson writes from
Truckee, Nevada, where ho Is cm
plocd as bookkeeper and cashier In a
large hardware Arm. Ills former wlfo
Is married to Mr. Whltln, who visited
here some years ago.
Captain Otwclt has written the
Board ot Supervisors asking that tho
road to Pearl Harbor be repaired In
order to facilitate tho traffic which
will pass over It when the work on tho
fortifications tbcro begins.
W. II. Mclncrny Is In receipt ot a
letter from Victor B. Stownrt of tho
South Coast Yacht Club, praising a,
picture ot tho Hawaii which has Just
been received In Los Angtolcs;
Notice Is pouted In tho police sta
tion ot a reward of $100 offered by It.
S. Fleishman of Chicago for Informa
tion leading to the arrest ot James
McMcnamln, who stolo about $7000
worth of Jewelry and diamonds from
Tho Ark, owned by Messrs. Fred
AngUB, Sam Walker and Clarence
waterman, Is being entirely remodeled
at the Healanl boathouso. She win
bo more commodious than over whon
finished, and will soon bo ready to
There will be a meeting of tho
Farmer's Institute Saturday, June 20,
at 7:30 p. m. The paper for the even
ing will bo "Somo Agricultural Indus
tries In tho Far Esst," by K. T. P.
Watcrhouse. Tho place of meeting
will bo given later.
The Alilolnnls defeated the, Mills
Instltuto team at Maklkl yesterday
by a score of 12-3. This leaves the
Kaahumanus still at the head of the
Junior Interscholastlc League, and
tho Alllolanls following.
Charles Chtllingwortn, In a publicly
expressed opinion, says that tho man
nor In which tho llconso commission
board Is treating the liquor men Is
unfair, and that tt is turning public
sentiment against the former. W. A.
Kinney Is quoted as expressing tho
work behind cIobciI doors was the
order of tho day yesterday In tho
Governor's Treasurer's, Land Com
missioner's arffl Superintendent of
Public Works' offices. Tho clerks
wcro getting ready tho statistics
wanted by Governor Froar for the Sec
retary of the Interior.
Tho case of Blancho N. Martin, tho
French woman charged with fornica
tion, In which A. S. Humphreys ex
pects to raise the point that the local
statute relating to this offense cannot
be enforced as the Federal jurisdic
tion In tho matter Is exclusive, came
up In the Police Court thtB morning.
The defendant demanded a trial by
Jury, evidently reserving tho point to
the Circuit Court, and was committed
to that court for trial.
Chester A. Doylo. formerly of the
Attorney Qcnoral's department and at
present Japanese Interpreter In tho
Circuit Courts, has been selected by
Attornoy General Hemcnway to work
up tho murder cases against Mlda and
Mlomura. He has been granted a
leavo ot absence from tho courts for
this purpoBn by Judgo Do Bolt, and
will, today, along with Deputy Attor
noy General Larnach, go down to Wal
pahu to Bccure evidence. These cases
aro old ones, and It was therefore
thought necessary by tho prosecution
to call In tho aid ot Doyle, whose
specialty Is criminology, to securo tho
There will bo a meeting of the Ma
noa Improvement Club hold at the
residence ot Judge II. E. Cooper, Pu-
upueo, on Monday evening next, June
lit, at 7.30 o'clock, It Is earnestly do
Blrod that there shall bo full attend'
anco ot tho members and others In'
terestod In the future of the valley at
this meting. Maeny subjects will bo
brought up of vltsl Importance to cv.
ory rosldont ot Manoa. Tho now Ma
noa Park at the junction ot Oahu
Avenue and Lower Manoa Road will
bo discussed' and plans as to Its beau-
tlflcatlon laid out. Byron O. Clark
wm report on tho treo wanting pro
Ject for tho different roads ot tho val
ley. It Is especially desirable that
representatives qf the Mid-Pacific In
stitute and tho new Agricultural Col
lege attend as It v. Ill bo brought out
that owing to the largo amount ot
traffic which will ensue from the es
tablishment , of these Institutions In
Manoa, a ton-minute servlco might
be obtained on the Rapid Transit lino,
i.jiiiiA.ttfaUlny stitimii irti
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, June 12.
GAVIOT A Sailed Juno 11:
Sp. M, E. (Jhllcott, for Honolulu.
HII.O Arrived Juno 8:
Bktne. Olympic, from Son FranclBco.
KAHULUI Sailed Juno 10:
8. S. Ncvadan fur San Francisco.
SAN DIEao Arrived Juno 11.
S. 8 Mexican, from Sallna Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 11:
Bk. Mohican, from Itlto May 22.
Schr. Muriel, from I latin.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 11:
V. 8. Collier Alexander, for Hono
lulu. YOKOHAMA Arrhed Juno 12:
S. S. Siberia, hence.
TO SHOW CONFIDENCE
Continued from Paee 1)
bors of the House Committee on Na
val Affairs be Invited to visit the Ter
ritory, reported S4000 had been raised
and that the Chamber ot Commerce
was to hold a meeting on the 18th to
authorize the extending of such In
vltatlon, At the suggestion of the
Promotion Committee It was decided
to ask tho Dclegato to try to have a
wnr vessel' named after Hawaii.
The commlttco handling Mrs. Gra
ham's scheme to have the local or
ganizations subscrlbo for tho pur
pose ot buying and Improving tho
flshmarket, so thnt it could be used
as n general town hnll, wrote outlin
ing Its plans and asking for financial
Several of the members expressed
themselves In favor of turning the
proposition down. Tho matter wns
finally referred to tho Publicity Com
mittee which reported Instanter rec
ommending that the Association re
ply that It was unnble to render as
sistance. This report was unanimous
Smith stated that several citizens
had asked that tho Association ask
tho Hoard ot Supervisors to havo the
road to Puuloa Improved on account
of tho Federal work which was to bo
done there. It wns decided to send
such a letter to the County dads.
President Smith also reported thnt
the directors of the Rapid Transit Co.
were seriously considering extending
their line to Puuloa.
Smith said that it had been sug
gested that the Association receive
applications from local laborers de
siring work at Pearl Harbor, as in
this way a good labor census could
Paris said tho Y, it. C. A. already
hnd such a bureau nnd It mlcbt bn
well to ask thnt organization to do
Smith called attention to tho fact
that It would be ot great Importunco
to try to get the work dnno by tho
Federal Government Instead of hav
ing It let by contract.
Pctrlo called 'attention to the fact
that the Washington authorities
wanted tho plantations to employ
white labor, and now It theso labor
ers wcro taken awny by tho Govern
ment, at the rcaucst of the commer
cial bodies, there might lio somo con
flict. No action wus taken.
It was suggested thnt tho local pa
pers through tho medium of their
mainland correspondence do all In
their power (o Influence the Portu
guese laborers who havo gono from
Hawaii to San Francisco, to return
to tho IhIuiicIb. nnd ulso to let It bo
known that thoro will bn 1C00 labor
ers needed for the work nt Pearl Har
bor, with the Idea of bringing the
matter to the attention ot the unem
ployed In San Francisco.
' Those present at the meeting were:
President Geo. "W. Smith, Secretary
Pnris, T. J. King, R. Catton, F. L.
Wuldron, T. II. Pctrlo, F. W. Macfnr
Innc. J. F. Hush.
This little place of amusement con
tinues to drnw crowds of delighted
people to witness tho great exhibition
of moving pictures. Thp singing of
MIsb Kani Is greatly enjoyed and Is
a aluablo addition to tho always fine
program. Tho Empiro Is a comfort
able placo in which to spend nn hour.
The admission to this show is five
cents for children and ten cents for
Nowb has been received of tho
death in Sparks, Nevada, of Harvey
Carlisle, who Is wol known hero. Ho
was stationed for several years in Ho
nolulu In tho employ of tho U. 8, A.
Quartormastor's Department ns a
packer, In which capacity ho had
sorved the Government for over twon
ty jcars, during which ho took part in
the Cuban campaign und many Indian
THE HII.ONIAN will bring tho rest
of tho Diamond Head armament next
A Moit Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 B XING ST. PHONE 520.
Yon Can't Afford !
to wear any but the very best glasses.
Our classes, rive vou ease, comfort.
A. N, SANFORD,
Tho distribution of tl." Mahukn site
money has been delayed ever slnco Hb
arrival hero on account of tho fact
that United Stntcs District Attorney
BreckonB would not do anything until
tho whole property was clear from any
tltlo questions. Specifically, ho has
been dclaed becauso certain or mo
taxes havo not been paid.
A. N. Campbell nnd K. E. Hteorc,
representing 'tbo Watcrhouso Trust
Company, called on Acting Qovernor
Mott-Smlth this morning to lino oui
whether tho release of tho Bccond one-
half year payment of taxes on tho
Mnhuka slto could bo secured. Taxes
are assessed on tho flrat of January
nnd payablo In two equal payments.
Tho first payment for this year has
been received by tho Territory and re
lease ot tho second payment was
This, however, wns refused by Act
lug Governor Mott-Smlth. Frank
Hatch, clerk of tho United States Dis
trict Court. Is also 'held up by lrtuo
of tho fact that tho Watcrhouso poo-
plo have not sent up tho money which
thoy are to pay Into his hands. They
nro acting In tho matter for a number
Supplies nro being received nt the
navnl station now for tho Pearl Har
LINCOLN, Neb., June 10. Henry
Wnttcrson, editor of the Loulsvlllo
Courier-Journal, tho foremost Dem
ocratic opponent of Bryanlsm In the
South, hits completed a visit to 'Mr.
Brynn here, and announces that ho
accepts and will support his candi
dacy for the Presidential nomination.
e es e
MONUMENT TO DEFENDERS
POUT ATlTHUn, Llaotung, Man
churia, Juno 10. A monument to
tho memory of the Russian soldiers
who died at Port Arthur during tho
wnr with Japan was unveiled hero In
the presence ot Generals Nog! nnd
KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 10.
Tho flood Is Increasing. Fifteen
thousand -people, driven from their
homes, havo taken refuge In Conven
tion Hall. In tho Btiburb of Armour
dalo there Is ten feet ot water in tho
ANTI-BACINO BILLS PASS
BATON nOUGi:, La June 10.
An anti-racing bill lias patscd the
ALBANY, N. Y June 10. The
Assembly, in special session, hus
passed tho nntl-rnclng bill.
WU ADDRESSES GRADUATES
UIIUANA, 111., June 10. Minister
Wu Ting Fang delivered tfie com
mencement address at tho University
ot Illinois. The graduating class
CAPITALIST BELMONT DIES
NEW YOItK, N. Y.. Juno 10. Oil-
vcr Hazard Perry llelmonl is dead,
as the result ot nn operation for ap
ST. PETKIlSIIUna, IUissIn, Juno
10. Thirty persons wero executed
today for political offenses.
FIVE HUNDRED HOMELESS
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 10. A flro
hero has rendered C00 pcoplo homo
less. ii' "
- ialwlaieuoLavXi!AiifA - ,ii
SIMPSON WAS NOT
AFRAID TO MURDER
Threatened to Kill His Wife, Saying
He Could Not Be Hanged
Al esliiR that her husband frequent
ly tliii'alcncd to kill her, Raying that
ho nas not nfrntd of his life, because
Ihoro wns no lunger any law provld
ig for the hanging of murderers In
Hawaii, and tho worst pcnnlty ho
rould suffer, In oent of his killing
Ills wlfo, would bo imprisonment, Mnr
ilia Sliijiisou has filed a libel for ill
vorcp from .Tames 1). Simpson,, and
iho enso will come up before Judgo
Lindsay In the Circuit Court shortly.
Tho complaints set forth in the libel
by Mrs. Simpson nro strongly worded.
to say tho lenst. Sho sas that they
were married on No ember 20, 1907,
living together until May 10, l!ns,
nnd thnt during all this time her hus
band practiced habitual nnd extreme
cruelty upon her. Sho says that many
times ho assaulted, bent, bruised, nnd
choked her, and, for n specific In
stance, she names May 10, 1908, when,
while at her own brother's home, hef
husband applied filthy and Indecent.
cplthcU to her nnd threatened to kill
James Simpson made a big mistake
when ho stated, as nllcgcd by his wife,
that Ihcio is no death penalty for
murder in the Hawaiian Islands, nnd
ho would soon havo found it out if ho
had cairled out his threat. Tho Ho
vised Statutes of Hawaii say "Tho
penalty for murder In tho first degreo
shall be dentil."
Tho case ot Frank Brllllnntc, a Fil
ipino cabin boy oft tho Irmgnrd who
took n shot nt tho cook of that csscl,
came up In the Police Court this morn
ing. The defendant waived examina
tion and was committed to tho Cli
THE CLAUDINE, arriving from
Mnul and Hawaii ports, brought 210
sacks spuds. 1 automobile, 17 hogB, 30
packages hides, 108 packages ompty
bnUles. 101 packages sundries.
551 HKHB m TftFT
CHICAGO. 111.. Juno 11. Five
hundred nnd fifty-four delegates have
been Instructed for Tnft. ,
CUSTOM HOUSE ROBBED
TIFLIS, Bulgaria, Juno 11. The
custom house hero was entered by
robbers nnd flvo officials and three
ot tho assaulting party were, killed
In tho fight that followed. The sur
viving robbers got nwaywlth $12f(
GOVERNOR SIGNS REFORM BILLS
ALBANY, N. Y., June 11. Tho
Senate has passed und tho Governor
has signed the nntl-rnclng nnd gam
bling bill. The turfites will now
appeal to the courts.
ROOSEVELT WARNS PANAMA
WASHINGTON, D. C. Juno 11.
Tho President hns warned tho Gov
ernment of Pnnnmn thnt tho United
Stntcs will Interveno in tho event of
FLOODS ABE SUBSIDING
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Juno 11.
Tho floods are beginning to Biibsldc.
Two pcoplo wero drowned toduy. Ref
ugees aro beginning to return.
ANOTHER ATLANTIC RECORD
NEW YORK, N. Y Juno 11. Tho
Lusitanla hus beaten tho Alnurctu
nla's record for the trans-Atlantic
passage by seven minutes.
NOISELESS GUN WORKS
NEW YORK, N. Y., Juno 11. Mr
tun Maxim, Jr., hus given n success
ful demonstration ot his uolsclcbs
, STREET-CAR DYNAMITED
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Juno 11. A
street-car wus djnnmlted today and
seven pcoplo wcro hurt.
TIFLIS, Bulgaria, June 10. Arch
bishop Nikon has been assassinated.
Woman takes pulpit of Bethany
chinch, Berkeley, to plead cause ot
bearing the label of
a value, in that it stands
for so'much experience in
ciorn-ouying, in. patiern
draughting and in style
designing. The 'Cluett
mark assures correctness,
exclusiveness, durability. '
$1.50 and mors jM
CITJETT. TEABODY CO.. Tror, N. vi
Thursday, Juno '11.
Stmr. Clnudlne, Bennett,, from Hllo
and Maul ports.
Stmr. Ko An Hon, PedorBcn, from
Kauai ports, G p. m.
Stmr. Nllluui, Oness, from Anahola.
U. 8. S. Iroquois, Carter, from Pearl
Harbor.. " , (
Tug Kncna, Jorgcnscn, fiom Pearl
Thursday. Juno 11.
U. 8. 8. Iroqiiolsc, Carter .for Pearl
Hnrbor, with water barge In tour.
Am. bk. Amy Turner, wnrland, lor
Launch M. I.,
for Pearl Hnrbor.
dBBKKMMMBB B,B 3t H 8
Per stmr. Clnudlne, Juno 11, from
Hawaii nnd Mnut ports. II. Hamlin,
... Davenport, II. T. Brodcrlck, Kinniiv
Knlohl, A. A. Wilson, Dr. O. S. Aiken.
Mrs. J. S. Aiken, Miss Kta Knnn, Miss
A. Mossmnu .Mrs. II. AkI. K. Ookn,
Mrs. Cup Clioy and two children, G.
S. Leonard, A. Dods, II. M. Hoborts,
Mow Slug, C. Akuna, and 48 deck.
e s e
S 8 BVK KBHHXJSMBKBBW
Per .stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Juiieli: Miss M. Hong, Miss Pirn Ko
kcla. O. N: Wilcox. W. A. Kinney, It.
A. Kcnrns, W. I). Sutton, Geo. Knluna,
truest any, Miss J. Sopor, Frnncln
Gay nnd party, W. Pfotenhaucr, Miss
Amoy Fook Tul.
tt WATERFRONT NOTES
DESPATCH'S NEW RUN.
Tho A.-1I. S. S. Despatch will tnko
In Knanapalt ns nn extra port on her
tegular runs In tho future, ds It has
been found thnt the calling of tint
largo ships at this port to load causes
too much dclny In getting away for
tho Const. Tho Columbian, which
leaves Sunday night, wilt bo tho first
to lenb Knnnapnll out ot her run
down to Hllo. Tho Despatch lcaen
tonight nnd returns to this port Sun
day mcrnlng with tho Kaanapall sug
ar which tho Columbia will carry In
Tho new order of thlngB will make
tho Itinerary of the Despatch to Ka
uai, Mnkawcll, Elcelc, nnd Knnnapnll.
McEsagcs from the battleships
Molne nnd Alabama to the Coast wero
caught Tuesday night by Expert fa-
bell nt the now- sU'.fon at Kaliukii.
Signals from tho Hllonlan, howuvei.
which broke In somo time later, Inter
rupted the catching ot tho moro dis
tant imcssagos. The dio1 alien of tho
wnrshlpsfwnsMSOO mll?" .ind ft tho
Hllonlan 212 miles.
THE RING DOVE, ralhoat, with Dr.
A. N, Sinclair aboard, hnd her rudder
head broken jesterday, so that sho
was unmanagenblc.iind was nearly
run down In the channel by the
tug, taking tho Amy Turner out to sea.
Tho llttlo craft wns drifting towurjl
tho breakers on Quarantine Island,
when sho was picked up by Pilot Ma-
Tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co. la thinking of running nn exclu
sion to thu Milcnnn, starting on the
ovenlng ot Tuesday, tho 19th, nnd ic
turning on Monday morning, the 22nd,
at popular rates, tho steamer Maunsi
Ken to be used on tho mil.
JOHN ALBERT MAHCOVITCII,
who arrived here ns a stowaway on
tho Manuka, munuged to escnpo from
tho brig ot that vessel and Is now in
town, lio went out io Australia ns .i
freo passenger, nnd returned wifely In
llio samo wdy. Ho has u romantic;
tnlo to tell of his escnpo from cubtody.
THE WRECKING of tho Hongkong
Maru on tho China coasC Will not in
terfere with mnlls through hero from
the Orient, as It will bo pemembered
that tho Hongkong Mnru hus been
superceded on this run by tho Tcnyu
THE STEAMERS Ko All Hon from
Kllnuvu witji 205 bags of rico und tho
Nlthnn from Anahola with 0800 lug
of.Anaholn migtir, 'irrltcd jcbtciilny.
THE CLAUDINE sails on her reg
ular run this afternoon nt S o'clock.
Tho Kn An Hon sails nt 5 for Oliuklni
to load coal.
THE PILOTS will soon hnvo n nlco
plo co fitted up for them .on the Alukui
THE MONGOLIA this trip has n
number of distinguished passcngerii
THE IROQUOIS jcslcrdiiy look the
Wnter Wngon to 1'oarl Iluihor,
THE KKANA nirlu'd from Poiil
Hnrbor jestcrdiiy nftcinoon.
Fine Job Printing t tho Bulletin,
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,
ifertri.a .', fcrtslt
.U. '.wb. J. ,i u