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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, FKR. 3, 1900.
Oceanic First Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
UAHulONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evety Monday evening it
7:30 In I. O. O. ' Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. llKNMlY. Secretary.
V 1). WICIUI.'Nv O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evonlng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
cornor Fort nnd llerotnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
V. It NrOHNT, C. C.
It liOHLINO. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, D. P. O.
., will meet .In tnelr ball. on King
star Fort Street every Friday even
Ing. lly order of the E. It.:
HENltY C. EASTON
WM. II. McINCRNY, E. It.
Wta. M'lONLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I.
Hall, cor. Fort and Iioretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. F. M. Mctiimw, C. C.
13. A. JACOIISILN', K. It. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY erenlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P, Hall, corner
rjeretr.nla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. W L. FIlAZnE, W., PrestU
II T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meotb every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ol
Pytblus Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. D. AULEiail, Sacbem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city., STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Ptfre.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
ASSESSLENT NO. 0
in tbo Ilnrrbon Mutual Heuevoloat
Association duo Dec. 15, 1908, de
linquent Jan. 10, 1009, All assess
ments nro pnynbjo at the Secretary'i
nfllec, Kuplolanl Building, King and
Blank books of nil corts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Ilulletln
(lloves (or tbo University ball at
A ontiK man familiar with horses,
deilres work of nny kind.
A probate notice ro estate of Kill
iiliutli C. llarwlck Is published III
J. Hopp & Co. Just received n shli-nu-nt
Of fprlng mattresses for cither
wood or Iron beds.
A new method of cleaning1 hats It
In use at tbo Expert Hat Cleaners on
Fort utreet opp, 'Club sfnbles. Try
Savo-jnur Insurance by burning gac.
Insurance agnta, gladly reduce, the
premium!) for a home thtt has a gas
Henry May & Co. havo n largo new
shipment Just In of the famous "Deo"
Ilraud Ceylon Tea In gunny sacks,
Phono nur order to '22.
. lllom's great hosiery ,Balo .coutlnuvs
through tho week. TJi'ero nuver was
a better opportunity to sccuro a loal
good article for so little money.
When you lunch or tako dinner
downtown, remember that tho AleX'
under Young Cafo serves the nnost
meals In Honolulu nt nouutnr nrlces.
Prlmo beer Is u natural tonic that
will give you a better appetite, clear
your head, and mako you fit In every
fibre. A glar,s with meals will do won
Tho Park Theatre, corner of Fort
and Chaplain Iinu will shortly open
'with a motion picture show, Mr, Wer
ner, the pioneer In this lino In Hawaii
Is the manager.
We want you to come and hear tho
Victor Talking Machine, for, If you
ence hear It. you will want to havo It.
Let us explain our easy payment plan.
Hergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Abraham Lincoln lived In the most
Interesting period of American history.
Ills unusual literary ability wag won
derful, considering his few advantages
for early education. Tho Nlcholay and
Hay Edition of his works Is recognlied
as standard and Ilrown & Lyon Co.
corner Alakea and Merchant streets,
oner tlie set at exceptional terms and
MOM BATTLES HER
WAY THROUGH STORM
The steamship Moana of tho Canadian-Australian
line, arrived yesterday
afternoon from tho Colonies, docking
nt Ulchup wharf at about 5 o'clock.
She commenced to discharge, her Ho
nolulu cargo Immediately aud this af
tenoou at 1:45 o'clock, she cleared for
Vancouver. The Moana. during tho
trip, met strong head winds, but no
damago was sustained.
According to tbo officer, the Moana
will bo taken off tho Canada-Australia
run, when tho tourist Beaton begins,
and her place will be taken by tho lin
er Manuka, which has more comfort
able accommodations for the pasuen
THE .OEM THEATRE.
Tho famous drama "East Lynno"
will bo put on nt tho Hem Theatre to
day urn! several new film Just In from
the Coast Tho baKrbvi pictures of
tho Chinese Athletic Club will go on
each night after every four fllnu.
Messrs. Wider and .Kubey aro doing
everything In their power, to make
their theatre th$ be'st In. the city. '
BULLETIN AD3 PAY -M'
tueky Jlpurbon. Contl
of the Soutlurnjgentry
of "befoah the war' pe
riod. 'A good, honest,
,fr.Iendly o)d whiskey'."
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
King St. near Bethel.
L. AYAU SgOE, COMPANY
Dealera ii,Finp Fqotwear and Sport
1005 NUUANUJST.near Kin.
HONOLULU, T. H.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
. Today Ujthe best tme to find a
high-price 'customer Sfor your proper.
ty. A B tt 1 1 t i n -Want, Ad.1' will
fed b. ' . T f!
Ten good auto hacks. Phono 0,
The Hllonlan arrived In San Fran
E. A. Knudscn of Knttal arrived this
morning In tho Hall,
A probato uotlco In ro Kst of Marie
J. Forbes Is published In this Issue.
Try a Royal Annex Lunch.
Hov. Usbourne returned today from
Knunl, whefo he has been visiting or
some weoks. ' .
If you aro looking for, any of your
friends go. to tho "Two Jacks" and
ou'll find tlroiu. .
Tako your carrago or autoraoblla
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manfg. Co., for
Chief Justice Hartwell has ordered
a tnklng of an inventory of the books
of tbo Judiciary Bcpartmclit library.
W I). Mcllrydo camo down today
from Kadal. Ho will probably remain
hero until after Washington's birth
JiuIro IloblnBon has Issued an order
approtlug of tbo accounts of Ilruce
Cartw right as trustoe under the will
of queen Emma.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co., ugnnts,
M. llrnsli has died his first annual
accounts as guardian of tho I.avey
minors. He charges himself with
11C37.G1 and asks to bo allowed
Appetite failinjrt Try Royal Annex.
8. W. Wilcox .and O. P, Wllcbx, well
known capitalists of Kauai, are In
town on buslooss. They arrived this
morning In the Hal).
This was another active day for Mc
llrydo stock on tbo Stock Exchange.
IlepQrs from thu plantation aro favor
able. Olaa Is heli) strong at flvo and
A. Lewis and II. K. Cooper arc be
ing prominently mentioned as llkoly
to be selected for the second U. S. Dis
trict Judgeship, It Is understood Hint
Judge Itoblnson Is not a candldato for
David Leleo ran up against a well
deserved six months' trip to tho house
that Is always open to wife beatore,
David has a penchant tor woman wal'
loping wlilqb Bcoms hard to suppress.
Ladles will not, however, trouble Davo
for tho next six iiiooub.
Tho Social Section of tho Men's
League meets In tho Central Union
church parish house this week, Thurs
day evening, at :30. Prof. W. II, nab
bltt will .have charge, tho subject be
ing "Thb Medical Inspection of
Schools." Pass the word along.
The 48th regular meeting of the Ha.
wallan Entomological Society will bo
held on Thursday, February t. at 3:39
p. ru.. In the Entotn. rooms of tho U.
S. P. A. Experiment 'Station, Keeau
moku street. A papor on "A Pulvlnar
la new to Hawaii,"' will bo read by
Tho matter of the objections made
by Edgar ifeurlqucs, iw guardian of
Iho Carter minors, to tho a6counU filed
by Jt'sslo Kaae, as executrix and ad
ministratrix of tho Margaret V. Car
ter esfatc, camo up before Judgo Itob
lnson this morning, but was continued
owing Id tho death this morning of
Jas. Lane, the brothel- of Mrs. Kaae,
The matter was set for Mnrch 2.
fContlnnfwl frnm Dam. 1
portant business our sorT told him
IJin.t bis atber was out attending on
a patient. The man then began lo
Inquire who else wero living In the
house bestdps ii-nnit whlt, , o,n
boctjor's bedroom and. office. The llt,
'Jo'tioy (bcs'ltated answering the ques.
nuu iu( u iiurn. uaecj wool .Ills
'nf(tijeWBV,1b tTiat ,he,cbuUi tell' his
fit2.e,r.?'K.,,)B-'r-t,"':'e'v' The par-
oliU tho.,lIt(e,Uoy.fond)Ved to the
i.ruui, veranuan..anq.sawa carriage
Ut life tat.e1wlthoUier4',l.n'lt., ' The
destriptlon.'bt tnVman.flttcd Dr. Pe
terson of-the Asyldm. iniave since
nl'ifif UttA T1-' ' tt'jl,m ..I1..I
but'wa's-upsubeessfll,., Ihavo known
of kldnaimln? lo'thpri thsli- u,iirn,t
ends' ihsteait ol fiearlrife V tniinjiod
upcharie on Its nief its'.
I ;flf and Btjll (et that an at
tempt wbb rhade'that night to take
the body M my hUsBarid by force to
tbe Asylum, slpce Judge Itoblnson
had refused th,e tove parties their
request of locking tho Doctor up
while tba,(appta was pending. That
( the reason Why wjied ur safe
ty around. ''flelf-protectlon,"
MAItY H. ATCHEULEY.
THE MIKAHALA, Captain Plltz,
sailed yeBlorday afternoon at G o'clock
for her regular ports of call on Molo
kal, MaUl and I.anal. She carried a
considerable, ajnount of freight for the
THE BTBAMEJl .Nooau returned
(his morning from Annhola, Kauai,
bringing 2505 bags sugar and 6 pack
,,- 1,1 l'l I HHIl II 1 1 in '
TO.ClMiA COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako J-axative Bromo Quinins
Tablets: " AHl'druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Groves signature is on
PARJ3 MEDCJNBCO,Bt. Uul, V. S. A,
j.ivr,1 vir." r'r "v.y.
at,.trie.pt)llce,BtttloA that B.lght
.WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 2. The House bill prohibiting the lm
portnt!ontof opium, except for medical purposes, tins' paiucd the Senate.
i i m
NO INDEPENDENCE FOR. KOREA
SEOUL, Korea, Feb. V The limpet ur and Prince Ho hnvo returned
flora their tour of the country. It Is announced tliut the Koreans did nut
show any pioiiounced antipathy to the Japanese. Prince Ito made man
speeches, declaring that there Is no hope of political Independence for Korea-
. ARMY APPROPRIATION BILL PASSED
WASHINGTON. I). C, Feb. 2.--The Army Appropriation Hill has
passed the House. The amendment calling fur nn nullity of $.tui),0()0. for
experiments with balloons nnd airships vnn stricken nut.
" COL'ON, Isthmus of Panama, Feb. 2.--President-elect Taft and Ilia
engineers nrrouipnuylng him linve Inspected thu site of thu iruuiipil
.QRISC0M SENDS AMERICA RELIEF
HOME, Italy, Feb. 2. Ambassador (Itlscom has Kent relief to moun
tain villages of Calabria, whence theie are reports of great sunVrliu;,
FORTY-FIVE MILLIONS FOR FRENCH NAVY
PARIS, France, Feb. 2. The Minister of Marino litis presented plans
to the Cabinet tor the expendlltiru of Stn.OOO.OUO. on the navy.
ANY CHILD CAN OPERATE IT.
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY
AND YOUR FAMILY.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
E. Herri ok Brown Win. C. Lyon
Brown & Iyon Co.
Tei. 40. ' Books ftS
TAKES PIACE TODAY
At 3 o'clock this afternoon tho re
mains of the lato Robert Rycroft, who
died at bis Wilder avenue homo early
this morning, will be laid to rest. The
funeral will bo held from tho lato lea
Mr. Rycroft's death, though sudden,
was uot entirely unexpected. Ho liiul
been n sufferer from heart troublo fur
some time, and of lato had been In
more or less vnlacrnblo health. Two
or threo daya ago hlu family began to
realize that tho cud was not fur on
but when It did como it was no less of
Mr. Kycrott was oivo of thu best
known and most, highly respected men
In Honolulu. Coming hero at un early
agi, shortly after ho great Civil War.
ho took an active part In tho nffalrs
of tho community, nnd was un Import
ant factor In tio business and finan
Ho wns ono of tho first men to try
coffeo-growlng here, havlug planted
several hundred acres In lower Puna,
Mr. Hycrnft was tho first man to
start tho manufacture of Ico by the
ammonia process In Honolulu, and ci
tHbllshed quite a business. Later he
disposed of his holdings and went to
Australia, embarking In tho Ice bubl
neea there. Ho soon returned hero,
however, and efltabllshod tho Fountain
Of late years Mr. Rycroft had turned
(he mauagemout of tho tocla works
over to his son, devoting all of his
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62.8. KINO ST. PHONE 02.5,
THE BEST. "FITTERS" IN T,0WNf
Cheapest and Best.
Does Not Dewnd Upon Vater To Extinguish a
Flame; Chemical Action Does It.
You read evtry day in this pa;r of the Hono
lulu Fire Deonrtmenfs "CHEMICAL ENGINE"
extinguishing fires before the steam fire engines
arrive. The KEYSTONE is simnly a small chem
ical engine. Simply invert it and direct the hose
nozzle. Call nnd let us demonstrate.
tlnio to looking after his extensive
.Mr Itycroft leaves n widow, thiee
i oim, Mark, Henry and Walter, mid
two daughters, Sophia and (lludys.
DUAL PROGRAM FOR
Thu Constabulary Hand, one of the
most famous musical organizations In
tho world, will give a hand uud or
chestral concert next Friday afternoon
aud evening that no lover of tint lineal
inmile should miss.
Tho piogrnm will be a dual one, tho
baud gUlng half tbo numbers aud tho
orchestra tho other half. This orches
tra, which Is rompoHed of members of
the band, carries 04 plercs, and has a
reputation almost equal to thatiof tho
band ItHelf. It will tako a prominent
part In all tho gala festivities ut the
capltol, and will furnish tho music fur
tho Inaugural ball at Washington, I).
C. next March.
After tho week of Inaugural celebra
tions, the band will tour tho couutry,
playing In all tho principal cities; but
now hero will tho public ho admitted at
ail tiling llko tho prices offered to Ho
nolulu people, Tho management will
then bo piylir,' tH own travelling ex
pense.!, wl.lrli :uo now paid by Win. II.
Taft, and prlccu will bo raised uccord-'
Thcro nro still many good seats left
at tho Borgstrom Music Co., but tho
Indications nro that Ihoy will all go.
ami tho S. It. O. sign ho hung out Frl
day. Prices are 25c, BOc, 75c nn.l Ji.
A public moonlight band concert
will bo held this eu-nlng nt 7:20 nt
March On tho Reach Vokoun
Overture Unrest gtork
Intermezzo Clouds of Roses.. Uorgcro
Selection II Trovntoro Vordl
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by Dergor
Selection Jolly Jlnglen Neat
Waltz City Llfo Translateur
Finale Moklliaiia v., nurKCr
"Tho Star-Spangled Banner."
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, February 3,
SAN FUANCIKl'U Alil-i . I'. :
M H IlllMiInil liulm lull' ,1 I Wi
CANADA CALLS FOR
I lm illy had W. .1. C'oopor of (
Promotion Committee. Iin.irded llin
Lteatuer Moana jeHtetilny when the
purser bcuan tiiibriililliii' blin fm- not
keeping the ship belter supplied with i
Honolulu iiierauire, "viiy, i gave
tint a big bunch thu last time ton
wero here." le-mumled Cornier lu
amazement. "I Know yuu did," un-
Ewered the nurr.cr. "but there Is hiil-Ii
u demand for the publications that
they go lu short order.
II. P. Woo'l Ktates that every shin
to the Canadian norlH carries n Iniun
iimiiiint of Hawaiian lllernliiie. mid
let It hccuiM Impossible to supply the
"There m-i'iiim to be u rapidly grow-1
hiir Interest In llnmiliilii unit llie Ter
ritory nf Hawaii In i-eliernl. tlilnilub
out the Northwest," Mild Wood this
morning. "Though wn uend lniue
quantities of reading matter then-,
We me always lereivlug culls reu
nion'. I shall send ii package by the
This afternoon the Moana call lid
away n quantity of lectiiiu material
liddiesked to Mury McAillnil' df Me
nominee, Midi., who lonleiilplatei de.
Ilvering n mrlcs of lectin es on Ha
wull. She Wlote to the Pniiiiotliiii
Committee for iliitn uud Mr. Wood
plomptly lomplli-d it few wituinci
and started them off b let urn mall
"It Keeiiis us though lnleu-.it In II i
vall lit iiv-t be liifieaslnt: ver luiild
ly," contlnind Mr. Wood. "Almuit
every mall hi lugs n lequest for lec
ture material and JuVl us fast as we
can get the desired iliitn together we
scpil them InieK. t'eitalnly the out
look Is very vnniiiriiRliii;."
The Victim of Drink
Needs Orrine Treatment Cure Ef
fected or Money Refunded.
Drink first destroys ambition; brenkx
up ties of friendship: It kllh hum
buries love and eveiitu.il. y dei'tiuy.
the family lire.
Sumo of the hcfct nieii lu the woiM
have been victims of drink .ml I'
there Is not siiimi member In jour f.im
lly that Ik afflicted with this iHsena-.
you are Indeed fortunate.
Drink cunningly dcstioys tho will
poer, nuil while llie,ilruiikaril waiilK
to do what ou tell hint, ho wnuu n
thouK.-itiil times mnio the drink Him
ho cr.-nea. .Medical treatment l.i lice
csenry to doslroy tho craiug, mid this
Orrlnn will do.
It destroys tho desire for liquor, s.)
that tho drink will not be missed, iilsn
cures tho dcinuged digestion, weak
ened nrrM'R nnd other III etlrcts of ex
cchkIvo drinking, restoring thu patient
to perfect health.
Tho remedy Is absolutely bariulets,
Is thoroughly scleiitltlc ami Is so urn
formyl successful that It is miIi! with
jn registered guarantee entitling you to
a ruiiiuu oi j our money u urrine talis
to effect u cure. Booklet on "How to
Cure DiiinkenncsH," tent fieo un 10
quest, lu plain Healed wrapper. The
Onlno Co., Washington. I). O.
Orrlnu Is In two fornix. No. 1, which
can bo gUon secretly without Iho pa
tleiit's knowledge, No. 2 lu pill form
for thofco who wish lo bo cured. Tho
prlco of either is $1, mulled on rccelp,
of prlco In plain settled puckngo, and
both aio bold under tho guarantee. Or
rluc Is sold by Honolulu Drug Co., i.n
Mayor Fern Is nt present InoM.iu lu
to tho lelatlvo merits of the new pit
lolilhle method of road iiiakim; as com
tared with old-fashioned iiiiieadaui hi
rufrionco to tho rupalrlng of the road
from tho Wnlpnhu turn towardu Wit
hhiwu, As thero Is no niek ui"ir this
mad ciiiiKldernble huiillug would liae
lo be douo If tho road Is to ho m.i
(adamlzed. Furtheriuoie, tho road i.
iiwd mainly by nutos. which destroy
macadam, but which do but little duui
ngo to roads prepared by I lie pet in
lltlilc piocess, which la an Improved
method of oiling, which lias been cry
successful In Soiitherii California. The
Maor will iireseut tho matter to the
Board of Hiipoi'vlt,orx.
THK HALL arrived thin morning
from Kauai, having lu her hold IJSUb
bags sugar, 75 empty wlno barrels, 17
empty gas drums, 80 bundles hides, 107
bags tiuo, Bft bags rlco mid CS pack
ages HUtidileH. Punier Chancy icports
tho Inllouliig sugar nn Kauai toady
for shipment: L, P., 1820: n. m
2080; K. P., 4000; M. R. Co.. 20.000;
K, 8. Co., 2C00; K. 8. SL, 4250; O. It.
12,285; Mcll.. 1C.578.
Till: SHIP Fulls of CI)do In duo lo
onlvo fiom Monteiey In n row il.iys,
lirliiKliiK l'J.OOJ bariela of oil, valued
W lm i i.i' 1 tbiu.ii.. 1.
SI inr W (i i in 'I Thump-h frii.n
Kauai, u m
Ktmr Not .in. l'cn f'om Ana
l.olu. a m
'' C A. it. H. Mimiiii, Morrlsbj, for llrli
l-li ('oliuiilii.i. I' IT, ii in.
' Per (-A. H. S. Mo.iii.i, fr nil tli.i
CnloiiliK. Fell 2 I'oi lloimhililt W.
Lee, K. I.e VIIiih. Ml P.illerniii. Mi-u
K. Iliook. H. IMwnrdH Tliniiigli I.
Maxwell. Mm John. . ihlld and mil.!,
llin. Young, Mr Mct'nll. i Hli-pheii .1
.Mai lend. Mis. .Mniiisb and child. Mr.
Lewis, I', link. MIkh A t'blshulin. II
llolilm. .Ml. nnd .Mis. Tipton nnd son,
T. PaiKiiu, (1 Slevwright. MIim M.
Weld. Mr and Mis. () Jaeger. C Whit
head, Miss L. Hasttiiuii. 11. Kastiiiau,
Air. nnd .Mir. W. Smith. Sim Rowley.
.1. SleviliH. Miss ,M. Ililaiil. II. Collie,
MIih F. Muiv.ll., Ite .1. Wine, M.
Wind. Mr and Mis .1 Cnilw:i), (1
Kclittlibe. .Mlsn M (I lime Sill. .1 and
MIim M. Shannon. .1 Walsh.- Mis M
dm mid Inn ehlldien. .1. I'.llon.
Per mini- W tl. Il-ill. I'liuuipMi'i,
fiom Kauai, Feb :! Mrs .1 A. Noble,
Mr. Kair.iltl. I). Cuiiw.i. Rev I'.
blind'. S W. Wilcox, tl P Wllrox. H
A Kiiuilsi'ii, Mrs. H. A. Kuudi'i'ii. ,M;n
kal ii I. .M in l-i IMu'inls. W Kawahlaia.
1.11s Knwalo. W. I). Mclliy.lo. (I. luou
i', N Tiililihl It I'i'li-isoii, Miss A
rinice. .Mis Wilson and ''! deck
.;. - -)
Per ittnr. Kliiiiu, (lienory for Knual,
Feb. 7. ," i. 111. -Mr. Mulr. H A Kliuil
sen mi I wUo, Miss Whltlieeli. Miss
Smiili. .1. W. Wuiliunn. lIUIiop Smith,
It iM'ii, II. St (lonr A. Iluuiieberg,
II I.. Austin, W A. Kinm-
I't stun-. Mlk.ih'ila. Pill., for Mo
loKi.l .1 p m Feb. 2 Mr s'l.iltli. Mn.
I.i v. Ii mill I wo (hllilri'ii
1 PAOSENGCRS DEPARTEfJ ""
I er It. M. S. S Moana. Morrlsby,
fin Vancouver. l:l."i p m . Feb '.'.. -Mis
i:. S Rohcitx. .1. II. Ilinwn. .M.
Si. Mill. wife, mid two i lillilicn . W. P.
lleilgiM uud wire, C Callagher uud
wife, W. R I In Mn nt- ami wife. Miss
F.nuell, II. (' l'Miiiiinils, II. A Stlln-r.'-r.
i: T l).ic and wife. Peter Cal
iliiheiid, (! V. llaul.H. P ll.nvl.n, P.
tl lloltel. P. MaiAitliiii, (I Deiiul
son. j PASSCNGERQ DOOKCD
Per iiur M.iuiii l.in. Kluii i.nii, flir
Maul and Hawaii puim, Feh 5.-Dr.
Deiliy. Mm. W. I. nullum. W .1. Co
lds. K II. Hint. Father Charles. C
Waller and pally, i: Parish ami wife.
.1. (). Young, ()i.ii , t'aiiipbell. Miss A.
'Un iiiiison, Hi v. While, wife nuil
daughter. Mrs. II. ( H-ipal.
Per htuir. W. (I Hall. 'Ilmnipxiiii. for
Kiiuiil, Feb. I-R. V. hu-U'iiH. . A
Ke.irni. It. (1. Henilersnu. A Luiiueli,
Mm A. l.clclwl, A. flunilM, Mrs, H. C.
Wagner. A. F. Knudsen.
Tho Kluuii left yesterday uflcrnuoji
for Kauai, carrying n nuniber of K mil
people back to their homes. Among
the piim'tigcm bookid to leave In her
was Illshop Smith, iircoiiipaulcd by
Rev. John Wadinan
Till: SCHOONER Jaiuea II. llruco
mlled from San Francisco last Monday
Tor Miihiikoua, Hawaii with u rarg'i
After emiulilng nt the pollco sta
tion, and being Informed that m
Majesty, King tllles, was willing In
leceivo in midleiuu. n R u l I , it
lepurler wim ushered lulu (he Itiiynl
"Cliinilru. samliula vetiacknt" waa
the King's greeting.
Now tiny ordinary man would have
thought he had run up ngaliiHt nn in
dent btiident of Volnpiik. Nut bo'flui
leporter, A sojourn In that lhulo
of tho Piicine. FIJI, hud added n.
smattering or the Inngmigo to other
iiicouipllshmunts, ;io readily acqiilied
in the tropk-H.
"8:i, sjiiibula," i eidled the repoit
er. uud t lion lu Kngllsh. "Von huiu
Leuu In FIJI?"
The King lit liliru bec.unn rntlniiiil
uud illscoitised very Intelligently nn
llio I'ljlan iBlands, whoro It appeaia
lm icsldcd for some tlmu.
Whilst speaking on ordlnnrr nub-
Jects, King (llles is as rational us nnv
man. It Is when liny form of goveru-
nicni is mentioned that ho appear
to ho a lit subject for tho "nut fac
(llles oxiito3M-d u wish to leave bi
lbo It. M. "8, Moana for Vancouver
this ufteruoon, lint If he doea wo will
piobahly fee his Kinglets back by tho
bamn ktc.uuer, as the Canucks are not
liirultiiitfd with people who mu lings.
fg- DULLETIN ADS PAY -(g
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CycIe
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite Souih St, .j
St ' u;.
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