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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLWIA T. II., MONDAY, NOV. 16, 1908.
mm & rare
Lcalu Chiptcr No. 2 Regular.
Hawaiian Hist Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 p. m.
All IsltliiK members of the
Onler nre coidlally lnlteil to
attend uaetltigs ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mods every Mond.iy evening nt
7: SO In 1. 0. O. r. Hull, Fort Street.
. 13. It. III'NDIIY. Secrotary.
1113N. F. V1CIC13US, N. 0.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets overy nmt nnd third Trl-
flay evening nt 7.30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fcrt and llcrutanla. Visiting
brotliorH cordially Invltid to attend.
. n. dkirixu, c.c,
JA3. V. WIDTH, K.I1.8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I-oUeo No. CIO, II. 1'. O.
13., will meet In their lml 1 on King
near Tort Street every Friday even
ing. Ily order of the 13. It.:
UKNIIY U. I3ASTON,
WM. II. MclNEUNY, 13. 11.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4 tli Saturday
evening nt 7-!0 o'tluck In K. of I'.
Hall, cor. Port and llorctnnln. Vlslt
Ing brothors tnrdl.illy Invited to at
tend. V. I,. FHAZKE. C.C,
13. A. JAC01I30N, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E,
fe Moots on the 2nd and 1th WUD-
Kxi'SDAY evenings of each month nt
gR7:30 o'elocU In K. of 1'. Hall, corner
SjBerotanli nnd Fort streets.
W VUUIiib l'JRlcs nro Invited to at-
t' .V. I.. mAZI3I3, W Treat.
' II. T. MOOIII3, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of o.n h month at Knights ot
Pjthlas Hall. VMtlns brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. n AKLLIGH, Sachem.
A. 13. MUltPIlY, C. of It.
Three Hew Models
p Now in Stock
$c will be pleased to place one on
trial in your office or store.
r. Sail or riiiR us up.
931 Fort St. Tel. 143
r. INOERSOLL WATCHES
! At All Watchdcalers.
rAlcnt for Hawaiian Islands,
" Corj JOItT and KINO Sts Honolulu.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
'Wwitli their new 1RENCH
v dry-cleaning process.
fiST'Brretmiia St. Phone 1491,
. ITie . Best Whiskey on the Market.
THPS, F. McTIGHE & CO., A0EN1S. i
1 ' 101.105 '.'ING ST.
I PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.1
Bin nn automobile is just the thhig.
Callp 200388-or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHNl
rSe" bulletin ADS PAY -Tpaj'
1 Bathing I
An entirely new
stock and the best
wc could find
among the leading
dealers on the
are feather light,
the best protection
a lady can have
against the salt
water injuring her
hair while enjoy
ing a bath at the
beach. We have
never found better
and the price will
bring them within
reach of anyone
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort St.
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
J. I. Silva's Store,
This sale applies only to the main
store at Elceie.
To make room for a consignment
of goods now en the way.
A Great Reduction
IN ALL LINES OF
These will be sold at
LESS THAN . COST
ENGLISH TAILOB GOODS,
BOOT AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
At Sacrifice Prices.
ALL THESE PRICES STR'CTLY
A fine line of Fancy Wines and
Liquors for the Christmas trade in
our Liquor Department.
Immediately following the
Presidential Election returns,
the price of Lumber advanced
materially in the States.
This advance will not af
fect Honolulu prices for a few
weeks to come.
Now is the time to buy lum
ber, if you contemplate build
ing. Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. ' Phone 775.'
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A-.Av g Him
. Alll Q I Of lUFC
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MANUEL HEIS; Call np at any
An entirely new
stock and the belt H
Hotel and Fort St.
time by telephone any one of tneee
Mt'?iiimliH OHO OOO 10Q7
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
LOCAL ANB GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. make it
easy to find either work or workers.
ThurWs for a lunch or dinner.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono 6.
No fancy prices at tho Now EnglauC
Bakery. Hotel Bt.
A suli-lnspcctor's (dredging) exam
ination Is being ndvcrtlscd In this Is-
H,lc' . i
Tako your carrlago or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnufg. Co., for
All kinds of beer, vines nnd mixed
drinks nro sonod In tho best manner
nt tho Fashion. Just give lis a try.
A baby girl whs born to Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Tavnrea of Maknwao last
The will of tho Into Sylvester Cm
len, of Wnlaholo. was this morning ad
mitted to probate. His estate was
nlued at 11000.
Chas. Merscbcrg nppcarcd In -tho
fntlrn Court this morning on n chnrgc
rf larceny In tho second degree, but
tho caso was continued.
Judgo Parsons has appointed J. T.
Hunt on and Otto V. ltoso as Jury com
missioners for Hawaii County for-ono
yoar from December 1 next. ,
William E. Bolllna and Adelaide V,
Correa wero married last Saturday,
the ceremony being performed at k
wnlahao church by tho "lev. Henry II.
.inmMiii Kenkahlwn nnd John Kon
kahlwa wero this morning sent to tho
lleform school for a year eacn on
charges of larceny. They had stolen
n npt fmm a Chinese.
Oat & Mossmsn havo Just received
n big shipment of now papcterles
1909 dairies. Christmas aad New Year
cards nnd Now Year calendars. 7G
Merchant street, near P. 0.
Tho Upham stnilds for excellence In
a five dollar shoe. It gives Its owner
n sense, of satisfaction every tlmo ho
toes It. Mado over tho "Smllo" last.
Manufacturers' Shoo Co.. Ltd.
M. C. King, who wan convicted of
violating tho antomobllo ordinance,
i. ml who took nn nppcnl to the Circuit
Court, this morning withdrew his ap
peal before Judgo Hoblnson.
Try tho flno combination lunch nnd
dinner nt tho Aloxnndcr Young Cafe,
Tht best meals, scrvlco, and appoint
ments In the city. Phono In ndvanco
If ou wish reserved tables. Phone 69.
Reis & Quian are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
188 Short runs 50c and si.oc By
the hour $9.00 Special rate for
shopping and calling.
Allan Humeri gave nis pncincauun
narbocuo yesterday afternoon from l
o'clock to 5 nt Wallclo. up Kallhl val-J
ley. To this were Invited tho Demo
cratic -and Republican candidates at
tho lato election, whethor those candi
dates wero elected or not.
Four Janancso appeared in tho Po
Ilea Court this morning charged on a
complaint by Detective Harry Lake
with having violated tho new ordi-
ranee by constructing a tenement on
tho corner of Pllkol and Kinau street,
within flvo hundred feet of the Kaahu
The Committee of the Red Cross of
Hawaii Invites tho public to attend
n practical demonstration of first aid
tn tho Injured to bo given at Fort
Shaftcr Saturday, Nov. 21 nt 3 p. m.
The demonstration will bo given by
tho Sanitary Corps through tho cour
tesy of Major Waddams.
The display of dainty work nt tho
Art Lcagno Souvenir Sale, which will
tako placo November 19, 20 and 21
from 0 till 5 of each day, includes somo
beautiful and simple pieces of decorat
ed china, while those who wish place
cards for their Thankpglvlng and
Christmas dinners will flud somo very
charming ones. r
Win. Savldgo, who 'for h 'couplo of
terms has officiated as clerk or tho
Senate, Is out after a similar appoint
ment this year. It Is almost a fore
gone conclusion that Savldgo will
realize his ambition, as he Is without
doubt better qualified for tho Job
than any other man, having all 'tho
One points and Intricacies whldh con
tinually come np, at IiIb fingers cndB.
Hack 274, rirtrerless, came dashing
oown Fort streot at 11:30 Saturday
night, narrowly missing a Punahou
car, at the corner of King, nnd coming
up with a smash against the telegraph
polo on E. O. Hall & Sons cornor.
When the hack stopped so suddenly
the hortfa kopt on going. Jerking out of
tho harness and smashing Its head
through ono of Hall's platcglass win
dows. Tho hack Is a wreck, tlo win
dow Is broken, but the horso escaped
without uny particular Injury. The
outfit belongs to one of tho Japanese
drivers from tho Berctanla avenue
hack stand. '
EMMA 6QUASE BAND CONCERT
Tho band will piny ut Emma
Squara tonight at the usual hour,
7:30, und Captain Berger hnB a very
attractive program to offer, which
will bo as follows: '
Grand March: "Kalakaua". . .flcrgcr
Overture: "Birthday".... Contcrno
Intermezzo: "The Arab Patrol"..
"Reminiscences 'of Verdi". . .Godfrey
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.ar. by Bergor
Selection: "Tho Rose of Shlras",.
Waltz: "Tho Syrens".... Waldtoufol
Finale: "A Good Kiss". . , . i . . Cooto
"Tho Star-Spangled Banner"
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana CO.,
G2 S. KING ST. . PHONE 525.
THE BEST "FITTERS" HI TOW.
. iifWiair iMntiilii f -aHm.tu'.Utt.,.i VWj, iiWit, Wt-. ,
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINER8.
Hawaii, Hllo Ray, Hawaii Island.
rngo 12. November 12, 1908, tho roi-
lnwlnir named -rhnnffos were tliadll in
tho color and numbers of the buoyage,
in lllln linv I
" - "' " - ...... m !
Illondo Reef Southerly End liuoy o.iwiin a larne Kcnerni cureu, mm hi
a black 2d-c)ns can. The mimbor of
this 'buoy was changed to "1.
Cocoanut Island Ilceb lluoy 2, a red
2d-class mar. recently established to
mark a rock to tho west of Cocoanut
Island. This buoy was nalnled black,
om.1 Itin tmtvil.np fiani-o.l tn ".i
Cocoanut Island Reef lluoy 2, red
2d-class nun. Tho number of this
huoy, recently changed to 4 was re
stored to Its original number "2".
By order of tho I.lght-IIoiiso Hoard.
STANFORD E. MOSI'S,
Meut.-Commander, U. S. N., assistant
to the Inspector, 12th I-. 11 Dlst.
THE R. M. S. Aornngl anlu-d jes
Icrday forenoon nnd iloparted for tho
Colonics nt 1 O'clock. Tho xeisel ar
rived with n full complement of pas
tcngers, nnd .although leaving off
many here, she went on to the Col
onies wlpi ccry berth taken. There
was an overflow nlso, for at least three
men stoned away. Ono was tho six-foot-lhe-lnch
Englishman nho Is walk
ing nrnund tho wond on a wager. He
arrived on tho Alameda Just tn take
the Aorangl to Australia Ho
told yesterday that thoro Was not room
tor an ordinary length of man, but for
one of extraordinary height ns ho was
thero was certainly not room enough.
However, tho world-walker went away
on tho vessel. He may bo put off ut
Suvii. Tho Aorangl should li.uo been
In port on Saturday nftcrnoon, hut she
was delayed at Vancouver owing to
tl.e Into arrival of tho overland train
caused by the washout of n ledge on
the Fi-ascr river. Slnco leaving Vic
toria 'flue weather has been exper
ienced. Among tho passengers going
through was Mr. Wllwnrd, one of the
odlclnls of tho "All-Red Cablo Route,"
tho English cable system between Rrlt
Ith Columbia and Australaxla. Tho
Aorangl left eight tons of freight hero.
THE GIANT liner Mongolia, which
arrived from thb Orient Saturday nf
tcrnoon sailed yesterday at B o'clock
for San Francisco, with a number of
nromlnent people from Honolulu. Tho
crowd wlilch was present at tho wharf
presented tho outgoing passengers
with lels and other, attractive things
of tho Islands. Tho Hawaiian band
was present nnd played international
selections In honor of the distinguished
passengers en routo to Washington
nnd Europe. Among the passengers
from hero was Her Mnjestv Oueon
LUluokalanl nnd her suite, and Prlnco
nnd Princess Kalanlantole, who arc
going to Washington. Her Majcsty
goes there to press her claims befnro
Congress to the Crown Lands ot lla
wall. Princo Tsal Fu of China nnd
Ills Excellency Tan Khao-jl, the spec-
htltf ffVtiVpM miV:w i
Thursday, Nov. 26
OUR PILGRIM FATHERS entered into their TliankTgivinp; Festivities with a devout
spirit and a dtep appreciation of their material b lessings.
A few wild Turkeys and a scant supply of raiizc was a Feast to them. One must
have something more elaborate now-a-days.
But even the most fastidious will be delighted with what we have to offer in the way of Good
Things. We have just receiveiby the "TEXAN" a big, fr:sh shipment of
K' .. . Boiled Cider,
Marrons in Brandy and Vanilla Syrup,
,-., " - .". Fancy Preserves and Jellies,
Bon-Bon Crackers for Table Decoration,
Olives all varieties, plain and stuffed,
Frozen Eastern and California Oysters,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in season
Henry May & Co.,
Phone 22 -
Inl -Ambassador of tho Chinese Em
I 'poror, accompanied by their' sullo K
""ito Washington 'to meet nnd thinU
President Iloosovelt for the kindly
acts of the United States Government
towards (ho Chinese Government. ,
TUB AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com
pnny's freighter Texnn arrived from
San Francisco yesterday afternoon
- .. L - A.,.,- i..
ciuucs wow iorK via leiinii.uepcc
irciRiii. aim aenmo via nan iranciseo
nnd Ban Francisco freight. On deck
was n largo consignment of mules for
Pchuman nnd tlio United States gov
.crnmont. The .ones for thb govern
ment will bo utilized tiy (ho engineers.
The Texnn will go to Knhulitl nnd
Hllo, sailing thenco direct to San
THE MIKAHALA goes tn Miriokal
tomorrow afternoon nt her uxuil sill
Ing hour. Besides taking general mer
chandise fur tho inmntes ot tho Leper
rcttlcment, she will nlso carry a largo
consignment of freight for Mnul peo
THE MAUNA KEA will mill nt
noon tolnorrow for Hllo. Among her
passengers will bo a number of plan
tation managers who litno been visit
ing In Honolulu.
THE W. G. HALL snlls nt 6 o'clock
tr.monow afternoon for Kauai. She
will bo followed by tho Ko Ah Hon
mid other Inter-Island steamers.
THE ItOCIIAMBEAU, n Frenchman,
Captuln (lean, arrived yesterday morn
ing nt 10 o'clock with mlKccllnncou,
freight for Honolulu.
THE IWALANI, which enmo In es
terday morning from Knwiilluie,
brought 4o hend of cittlu from tho
Tlli: MIKAHALA brought 2(13 sheep
from the Molokal Ranch Co, to the
Metropolitan Ment Co.
THE KAUAI, nrilvlng jestcrday
from Hllo, brought 70 head of cattle
THE KINAU will bring nbnut 1BH0
bags of V. K. sugar from Knunl on
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNUI above Li
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of car line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. 60x105.
Price reduced to $150; $25
cash, balance $10 p. m.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S KTNO 8T.
Lemon and Orange Peel,
Fanoy Table Raisins,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday. Nov, in, 1908.
SAN FRANCISCO S.illed Nov. II:
H, S Enterprise, for Hllo.
Et'REKA Arrived Nov. 1C
ll(. Ilolynnod, hcirCo Oct. 22.
t PASSENGERS DEPARTED
s1?1on?,""l', $&mv nA,VHlmr!,iwniaiil.,Seir. ifbm Kawalhae,
ov. 15. C. II. Wells, teo. A.' .nl n m
i. tlnwi-H. Wnlter tlllllngham. Mrs. .1
II. Claik, Miss M. F. Langerson, Mor
gan Ross nnd wife, Frank Thompson,
i:. J. I.ord, Miss Florcnco lleltrlck,
Gcu. J. 11. Soper. Judge Alex. Lindsay,
Mrs. C. M. Wood, Mli Illttraee, W.
T. Oliver nnd wife, Mrs. F. II. Usburne,
V. A. Ilollnbaitgh, Br. J. II. Mrtcnlf,
Miss Mnry Edson, Miss K. McCudder,
Chns. Edson, J. M. Hnle, L. T, Prior
and wlfo, L'nwrence Thompson, dipt.
A. Dnsko, M. Bonudon, L. B. Knolly,
R. A. Pore nnd wife, J. 8. McAunny
and wife. N. R. HnrrK Geo. Fllmer,
Prince Kiilanlan-iole, Queen LUluoka
lanl. secretary nnd maid, Princess Ku-
lanlannolo, W. It. Ilarr. Miss mciioi
son. Virginia I'.. Tliornlon.iI.aily Gar
lik. Miss Garlek. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win.
Cntilcron, W. I.niiz, O. F. Rpckllt. Chaa.
F.. Stocks. It. It. Elgin. W. U. lliilley,
Mrs. M. K. Toms, Mrs. M. Deem. C.
M. Lowstod, dipt. Gus Holmes, Chns.
Moudiiy, Nov. lfi.
TomiicratiircH fi n. m . 70: 8 it. in
71; 10 ii. in., 7C; iinon, 78; nimiilng
Barometer, Sf u. in.. 30.10; iibinluto
I'limldlly, 8 n. in., fillij grains per
cubic foot; telallvo humidity, 8 n. in.,
dS per cent; dew point. S n. m., 63.
Wind fi n. in., oloclty 4. direction
E.i 8 u. m., clorlty r, dlrrctloii K.W ;
10 n. in., M-lorlly 10, direction N. E ;
noon, elorlly H, direction N. E.
Riilnfnll during 21 hours ended 8 n
m.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours c-iulcd nt noon, 1G miles,
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
NOTICE TO MARINER3.
ST. OEOHOi: REEF.CAL.
Notlco Is hereby -given that It lias
not been necessary nt nny time to
discontinue the operation of tho sloani
fug-slgiiHl nt St. (leoigo Reef Light-
Station, off Ciesccnt ('My. Califoinln,
and will continue to sound us usual
during thick and foggy weather, tho
supply of water now on bund being
Fiimelent for nil purposes.
By order of the Llght-Houso Ilo-ird.
i.jjMWstT ?bspw vmtai.i'ij
Sweet 'Pickled Fruits
Cheese (in nil varieties)
The Leading Grocers
Hnndnv. Nmcnibcr 1-
Fr. up. Rochambeau, Genu, fiom
Lollh, 10 n. m,
Stinr. Mlknliala, from Moloknl mid
' ..Maul ports. 3:17 n. m
I Htmr. Nllhnil, f i om Aiialmln, I'M
I I "' Stiiir. -W. O. Unit, Thompson, from
Stinr. Knunl, from Jill" mm iiihi
Imu, fi:30 a. in.
A.-Il. S. 8. Texan, irom ou -
Cisco, J p. m.
II. M. S. S. Aornngl, runups. ii
Vancouver, n. in.
Monday, November IE.
'P. M. S. S. Mnncliurln, Saundeirf,
fiom San Francisco, n. m.
Riiml.iv. Nocmbcr 15.
P. M. S. S. Mongolln, Mslicr, for San
Francisco, 5 p. m.
It. M. 8. S. Aornngl, Phillips, for
the' Colonies, 1 p. m.
Per It. M. 8. 8. Aornngl, from Van
couver, Nov. IB. Mrs. C. J. Chap
man, Geo, Oldlng, G. W. Mnppln, It.
Chapman, Mr. Waterliousp, Mrs. Wii
tcrhouEe, Mrs. C. S. Stnlr nnd child,
C.'s. Stow, W. S. Thomas, Mm.
Thomas, Miss Bodkins, Miss lliilh-n,
Mis. .1. 8. Bailey, Mls ll.illcy, Mi.
nnd Mis. E. W. Hull nnd family, I).
Kent, P. IlHW-kcs, Elder 3. Clark, P.
S, Dan son, G. V. lluwhcs, W. .1. Ho-
Per stinr, MIKiihnln, from Moto'oil
nnd Mnul ports, Nov. l.. S. II. Fu
jiyama, II. T. Iltillmnn, G. Scholium,
Geo. P. CiioUc. Mrs. Cooke. A. G. Sll
vu, Miiiiio, wife nnd two children;
Mrs. II. T. Ilollman, Mis. F. Foster,
nnd three children, W. L. Emory, U.
Per stinr. W. G. Hull, from Knunl
potts, Nov. IS. Frank Cnrtcr.Chong
Wnl, F. M. Page. W. O. Mill, Lieut.
Kottlcnin, M. C. Altl mill three chll
ilieu, A. F. Kruidscn, Miss D. Grny,
W. T. Rnwllns, B. E. Mnhtutn; 30
1 ' ?
I'er Blnir. Mniinn Kea, rreeninn, fnr
Hllo, Nov. IT, 1 iioiin. G. (1. Sen UK,
wife mid two rhlldteii; Dr. St. I). (I.
Wnlters, Dr. O, L. Slow, C. II. Hop
kins, It. M. Anthony, II. II. ltentmi
nnd wife. Miss Alice Weight, nileu
Hall, W. I'ullar mid wife. Mis. A. II.
II. .1 lidd, .Tnlm Html 11111!' wife," It.
Hull, 1), Mochniindo, A. Ahrciis, MIh
t'liipii. Miss a. Ledeier, A. Welfiht. (3.
Hojcr, J. S. II. McKenxle, .Ins. Heii
deisou, J. W. Ciuft, Jan. MtGreRo;-,
GeoiRc Miindnn, W. D, Lowell, Ml.w
M Dunn. Jules C Cnrvnlhn, A. Ilo
(IiIrucs, Mrs. .Ins. Finney, .1. T. Mc
('i(issi)ii, C S, Hollowny, It. C Senrlo
nnd wife, Teter CniXHiln, Dick Ca
poola, John Watt nnd wife. Mrs. II.
I l.llllc nnd friend, C II. KlucRet, It.
I. Llllle, .1. M. Itnss nnd wife, P. liar
llson, Mr. Gnsllue. A. It. Phillip,
TI103. I.lslunnn nnd wife, W. 11. 11.
C.lllipliell, It, WiiRRiinor, S. Tnplltz,
Slnjr Fat nnd wife, TnnR N'b nnd wife,
Mrs. W. G. Sjffery.
Per O. S. S. Al-iniPtln. for San Frtn
Cisco, Nov. IS. C. IMson, MIbs Mc
Cuddeu, Miss Kilson, Outer (2), -Mis.
Mncluni, Mrs. G. L. llayiird. Miss II.
Woodord, 13. A. limns, P. B. Thiinni
fnn. (!. 11. Wells, M. .1. LlmlHiy, P.
Gosllnsky .Goteriior Fii-ar, M. Tower.
S. Tnplltz Mr. and Mis. Fred. New
ell, Geo. Fllmer, Air. nnd Mrs. K. J.
Per P. M. S, S, Mum luirl.i, S.uih
ilers. for the Orient, Nov. 1C, p. in,
(3. 11, WVlls, .1. Peiclvnl, II. L. Mr
I.nurlii, Hon. H. S, Ilutler, ll.iiou
HerrliiB nnd servant, Ilnroness Her
Per stnir. W. O. Hull, Thompson,
for Knunl, Nov. 1", fi p. m. Norman
Khy, Miss II. fllrvln, F. M. Swnnzy,
A. V. Peters, O. Onisted, W. T, Ita-
THK MONGOLIA Is tiavelliiR with
n rich fielKlit curl!" fiom II10 Oilent.
She has nho.ird 30OH hales or raw sllK.
win Hi oer $C0fl 11 hale, iimklnir Hint
Hem of Irelcht worth nearli S2nno..
000. Sho Is din) -UK "fi"' eases of
opium, vnlucd nt $1201) n case, or. In
ioiiiki nuniliers, worth ahnut n million
ilnlliiis, Theio inn nlso 28,0(10 rolls of
mntllmr, .'foil chases of ten. COOO Iiil-s
of lice. From Honolulu thu Mimcnll-i
look hutweeu fiOOO nnd 7000 liiinches
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete".
HE CHABLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin,", St. opposite South St.
care for your eyes. SOMEONE must
do it, if you value them.