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BVBNiNO nUVLEtlN, nONOLULU, T. I!., MOS'DAV MARCH t, 1903.
I ijiimi j i
f WEEKLY GALEHDAR .
I HHEed I THERMO- I
fit' Lcl Aloha Chapter No, 3, O. E. H linTsT) H
6 3-3Pca, Mtltn I;
BK WI1D.NC8DAY m H
M 1MUIWDAV B H
K', i'uhjav in the house ii al Hi
M- Lcahl Chapter No. 2, o. c. 6.- H moit a necessity. '
T special. gr Wc have a larg
t sAiuKOAV SI variety, ransine fc
S' Aloha Temple Regular, H from that used In
7:30 P. m. 32 l"e ,'c': room ' iH
ji I ' Wk the sUe for record M
All visiting tnombcrs of tbt
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HAJIMONY. LODQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvety Monday evening it
1:30 In 1. O. O. F Hall, Tort Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary
V. D. WICKC, N O.
All visiting brothers ery cordially
0A1IU LODGE, No. 1, K. of T.
Meets every first and third Frl-
Jay otcnlug at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd lleretanln. VUltlng
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
K. R NUalJNl, 0. c. '
It. GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODQE 018, B. T. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, H. P. 0.
E., will mst In their linll on King
near Fort Street ovary Friday even
IDE. lly order of the D. It.:
HENRY 0. EA8T0N,
ffll. H. McINERNY, E. It.
v7in M'KLNLEY LODQE Ho.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
eroulng at 7:30 o'clock: In K. ot I',
(tall, cor. Fort and Ucrotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. mcgrew. c o.
E. A. JACOI1SEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month a
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hnll, corner
Bsrctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. KRAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOOllE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TIII3E No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets evory first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO SANDERSON'. Sach'm.
E. V. TODD. C. of R.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PWCES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
l' , All kinds in rolls and ilneti.
'AMESIOAN-nAWAIIAN PAPER d
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Pert and Queen its., Jlonolula.
. Tel. 410. George 0. Guild. Gen. Mgi
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
uuaranteea Atwuuteiy rure.
V CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co,, 221
.iV Kine St.; P. 0. Box 014.
' Illank books of all sorts.
etc , manufactured by tho
in the house is al
most a necessity.
We have a large
from that used in
the sick room to
the size for record
ing daily temper
ature out o' doors.
SMITH & CO.
C0IIORES3 CARDS are su
perior to all others. They
are mndc right, and so never
pet old and frayed and flimsy
before their time.
We have a laijje, fine as
sortment of them.
Alexander Young Building.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
I are juxt as easy to ret as a good Job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheat.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHABP MORS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B01T0N BLDG., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORISST, HOTEL YOUNO 114
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERQIN. Proprietor,
For .Distilled Water and' Auerted
Soda Water, delivered to office "and
residence, RINO UP 557,
Arctic Soda Wafer WorRs
1203 Miller St. M. E. DB SA
185 editorial rooms 250 b"l
noss office, Thto are tho telephone
numbers of the Dulletln offloc,
A FORT and HOTEL A
.' I . 4 .' . Id
v&trancen in Honolulu, find wht
they' want quickly; when they use
auiipun -want Ada.
' Have. lunch at tho Roval Annex.
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this morning? If nqt, why notT
A grand clearance sale ot ladles'
muslin underwear begins at Morn's
next Monday morning.
Bome new styles In Panama hats for
sale at Export Hat GJoanera, Fort Bt.,
opp. Club stabios. lints cletuvd,
Coatiyour Iron roots jwltn -fijaAlo."
You will be surprised at Its .Of Hag
ana preserrauTe properties uauiprnia
reed go., agents. f
Rev. Chan. r. Dole, tho famoiiH Hn
tartan divine of Jnmnlca IMnlrm,
preached at Central Union Church
The matter of Mnry K. Knlolklnl
s Albert Wntcrhousp, ndmlnls'tra
tor, was argued nnd milimitl"l In the
Supreme Court this morning.
Het jour friends at Royal Annex,
Tho memliera of tho Poola Socloty
went to Knwalnhao Church yestorday
to llstcu to n special nddrcM preach
ed by Roy. Mr Parker for their bene
fit Tho eocloty was two jenra old
It. C. Drown, Inspector of Immi
gration, will leave for Maul tomor-
ow In the Mauna Ken on Cilnose
rcglstrntlnn buslnesa. From Maul he
will proceed to llawall to completo
unflnlnhrd business. He will bo ac
companied by his staff.
The Supremo Court hnnded down a
decision this morning In tho matter
of llnrry T Mills vs. J D. Mcndonrn,
nftlrmlng tho Judgment of the Circuit
Judgo of $30 for the plaintiff. Mills,
of course, was the assignee of tho
claim, the original claimant jbelng
Sun Wnh Kcc who demanded I .IT. as
the value of a horse killed by the de
fendant. ORATORY HEARD
(Continued from Pe 1)
That tho amount of 16000 bo appro
priated for now cottages for lepers.
That tho meat ration bo Increased
from seven to ten pounds aweck.
That tho goods at the storo bo sold
nt reanonablo prlres.
That each patient recclvo 70 cent
north of groceries from the store a
J week besides the pnl.il ration.
Tliit n law be onactod authorizing
tho Oocrnnr to appoint a commission
agent to Introduce mnithaudlso of all
descriptions Into Ihn settlement nnd
'be pnld n reasonable salary ns may bo
fixed from time In time.
Thai an appropriation of 12500 bo
mado for suppllng tho lepcra with sta
tionery. That on appropriation of 16000 bo
mado for ronds In (ho County of Kala
wao. That SHOO bo appropriated for tha
landing nt Kalaupapa.
That (18,000 be appropriated for .wat
er works for the settlement.
That the stipend of the assistant mi
perlntendent, -J. K. Wnlamau, bo
raised to (1C0 a month.
$1.60 fcr Rod Laborers.
Tho expected torm over tho ques
tion of whether a rond laborer should
hot bin present (1,25, tho (1.50 that
Nnkaloka tlilnks ha should havo, qr
the (2 a day that Kama wants to giro
him failed to mhtorlnllse or, at mont,
It was only .a mild little, tempest,
Tho. Miscellaneous Committee, had
roportcd In favor of Nnkaloka's bill,
but Kamahu had submitted n minority
report, recommending that tlio figure
(2 bo substituted for Nakalcka'a mean
ley llttlo (1.50.
Conoy moved that tho minority re
port bo tabled and to the astonish
ment of everybody, thin was done wllh
out ocn tho shadow of a dobate. Tho
mnjorlty report s adopted.
CaBtro'a bill, No. 16, to oxompt from
the payment of poll road and school
taxes any mnn having six or more le
gitimate children under tho ago of 18
jenrs In his caro and maintenance, if
hln annual Income, Is not In excess ot
(600, didn't meet with tho unmiullflod
upprnval of Kanlho, and whon It cnhio
up for third rending ho proecoded to
bay no. nut Kanlho's cloquonco toll
on stony hearts. Ills motion to post-
pono Indefinitely was killed and tho
JjIM passed by a oto of 25 to 5, Knnl
h,o nlclng a most oclforouB "aolo."
S5 Per. '
Makckau'B Hotiao 1)1(1 2J, cutting In
two the price of tho Hovlfod Laws,
making the figure 15 a lolumo, Instind
of tho present (10, passed the Mount)
by unanimous vote.
To Redlstrlct Territory. ,
, , Tho bill over which tho House ntruR
gted in Commltcti of the Whole last
Friday, tlntrOjluced by Walaiolo and
known as Houso rJIII 37, to mako the
taxation, educational and judicial dis
tricts the same, passed wlthoui debate.
House Hill 40, an ndmlnlBtratlon
measure Introduced by Coney, to allow
tho Superintendent of Public Works
LVii-jli.' J .!-
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST., , -PHOHS fit:
THE BEST "PITTEBB" III TnWU
- -Mr AVIIM,
For American Sugar
WASHINGTON, I) C, Teb. 27. The Amcrlcin sitgnr growers me
organising to oppose the reduction of duty on sugar from CuIm mid the
i i i m
Russia Cautions Servia
8T, PBTEUSIll'IUl, Hussln, Kelt. 28.-fTho Itusslan Ocucrnmcnt. nn
swerlngiServla's note assuring Ilusslnt that n desire for pence actuates
the Servians, ndviscs Servia to abandon the demnnds made upon Austil.i
for territorial compensation for tho forced annexation of tho pinvliiccs of
Ilotnla and Horzcgovlnn, nnd to await the decision of the Powers over
tile, questions at issue In tho llnll.aiis. Thc?o demnnds, It prossed, will
bo n certain cause for War, nnd nro on that nrcomil not favored by tho
PORTO iRICO , HAS SCHEME FORFORMINft
8AN JUAN, Porto Illro, Feb. 27. -A resolution has been introduced
In tho House qf Delegates loOUIng to a confederation of Cuba, Porto lllco
San Domingo, nnd Hnytl. 4 i
m i m
PREPARING FOR lNAUQURATl6N
WABHINaTON, 1). C, l'cb. 38. President Uooicvolt has prcxlalm
cd n spcclnl aosslon of tho Senate to cononc on March I to iccelvo the
nominations for the Cabinet of President Tnft
' The crowds nro gathering n the city for tho Inauguration ceremo
nies of Thursday next.
KOIITUKSS MONIlOi:, Vn., Keb 2S. Tho bnttlcahli) Ohlii has been
declared ttho winner in the stcnmlng lontcsl between the tci-kcla of tin
Atlantic Ilnttleshlp Plcct during f ho enlre round-the-world cruise, the
decision being bnscd on tho economy In the consumption of coil nnd wa
ter shown. Tho trophy offered has boon therefore awarded the Ohio.
FOREST PARK SET ASIDE
' WASHINGTON, 1). O, Keb. 27. President It(x)seelt lin-i nt aside
tr.0,000 acres In the Olympla Muuii'.nlns, Stntc of Wuuhtngton, for i-clen-tlflc
BATTLESHIP FLEET DIVIDING UP
I-XJIITIIUSS MONIlOi:, Vn., I.'cl). 27. The battleship licet Is bie.il
Ing Up and going to tho various navy ynrds.
i i i
WASHINGTON, 1) C, Keb 27.
Ambassador, presented his crcdeulials
to eompol tho pajinent of sower rates
until tho newer rates ami peinlUe.t
Rhall hnvo been paid In full, drew forth
a mild objection from Kanlho. I
Kalolopu defendcil tho munBiire.
Ixmg moved that consideration of It
bo postponed to March 8. Tills mo
tion carried nnd the debate was rHiit
off for tho tlmo being.
A communication from tho Secietnry
of tho Territory was read, Informing
the House that tho Governor Blgncd
Jont Resolution 1, (Houho Joint Reso
lution 2) proWdlng for tho appointment
of a commission to Investlgato nnd ex
amine, nto the frull nnd truck growing
Industry In tho Territory and tho hand
ling apd rllsjttinsl of tho products de
The. Foxy Affonso,
Affonw) wnt ready this morning
wltha much-elgnod petition from Puna
anjtltig fpr n (3000 court houso nt 12
miles. Olaa. And Affonso hacked up
tho petition with a resolution providing
for tho appropriation of (3000 for n
court house at Olaa, (1500 for n fout
cell jftll and (750 for a Jailor's cottogo
nt,tho tiamo place. Thin wob accompa
nied with tho iixplnnatlnn that tho in
cjuslqii n.OIaa and Kcaau In the I'una
(llatrlc't nmkeri It absolutely necessary
to provide a court houso, etc., for Olaa
The Public Lands Commit loo report
ed qh Houso retttlon 1, presented by
Hoaiawdn, asking for nu appropriation
ot (10,000 for a hoincstQnd road to open
up the Walwlkl homoBtends. The com
mittee was ot tho opinion that some
thing rhould bo done for tho home-
afcad owners of that locality, and rec
ommended that tho (torn be laid on tho
table for consideration with tho appro
Tho tame recommendation w:ib mado
In regard to llrtuso Petition 2, for a
(6000, appropriation for tho building nT
a government road from I.akoala to
Uuiiaclwl, South llllo.
Aftonnfl Introduced p. bill to mako
tho abduction of a girl under 14 con
clualvely presumed to bo by forco nnd
without hor consent and against her
Tho Agricultural Committee, report
ing on House ,11111 7, by Affonso, "to
encourngo tho cultivation of fruit and
vegetables and provide for tho trans
portation of tho samo from this Terri
tory to tho mainland of tho United
States of Amorlca," by authorizing tho
Governor to enter into a transporta
tion contract for 10 years, roconihiond
od that tho bill bo tablod and that u
copy of It bo transmitted to tho spec
ial fruit and vegetable commission to
bo appointed by tho Governor undei
Houso Joint Resolution 2.
Tho committee did not find Itsejf
equal to dealing with Affonso's coffco
encouragement bill, to exempt ooffoo
land from taxation, and recommended
that tho Judiciary Commlttco bo ghcii
a chanco to sco what It could do with
thd bill, Tho report was adopted.
Would Break the Territory.
A Democrat Is responlbln for the
tbljl Introduced to glvo to tho countloa
all fines and costs collected In the ills-
iiivi tunris, mo territory uoern i
OHIO WINS TROPHY
Sennr Dclnliarru. the new Mexican
J i tibi.ii i
need any money uuywny. uolwlthxtaud
lug nil the iirnds, JiIIh ami kchools the
member Intend to nnku uppinpim
House Hills (11, 71. 77, nnd 79 passed
i.econd leading and were leftuvd In
The IlmiM) ndJouriKxl ut 11:20, to
meet In Joint ceni.lon nt 2 o'clock with
the Scnatu for'a public honrliiK on thu
mntlcr of tho conservation ot natural
lCBOitrces. Among thosu Hchoduled to
speak nt tho Joint session nro Govern
or Krear nnd ex-Governor Carter.
Rico, Just before tho House Ionic lt
recesH, Introduced threo ndmtulBtrn
lion measures, tho general Intent of
which Is to turn over to the counties
the court huuses, district nnd county
Jutls nnd hospitals to nialiuiln, taking
this caro out of tho pnnlnco of tho
A list ot officers elected to ncro for
thu cnuulng oar I mho l.nhalna Agil-
cultural Co,, Ltd., Ib puhllthod In this
Ho on time nlwnjs. To do It jou
must hnvo one of Wlchman'H vvaldicH,
which nro guaranteed to l;ec!i abioluto
Tho beautiful B0cn-scated, (!-C)l-Indcr
Itlsscl touring car has i,t ar
lived nnd Ib on exhibition nt thu Ah
hoclatod Gnrago, It Is n mtrjUoin
plcco of machinery.
Tho reason Alpine Milk Ib ho pup
ular Is that It In absolutely 1 uro nnd
of highest quality: thoso no tho
things that mako for ttu flm. flnor.
Ask for Alplno Milk.
Coma and try on one of our uernx
or cheviot biilta, cut In tho latest
spring styles. You cannot bo so well
aultud anywhoro else. Sllva' Tog
gery, King near Fort.
Tho Huwnliuu Trust Co.. I.tc, ban
tmuo -ety flue pfflcea to rent. In the
Uoitou building. Slnglo rouiua or con
vonlcntl) arranged Biiltos. Hnqulro
Real Kstatn Department.
There woro large crowds of shoppets
oil day today at Sachs' to tain, nd
vantage of tho Biwclnl bargains
brought out In tho annual clean-up
Bale of wash materials, Just begun.
Oat & Mobsman havo a largo assort
ment of all tho most jiopulnr games,
old and new. Celluloid dominoes, crib
bago and backgammon boards, playing
cards, etc., etc. 76 Merchant 3t, near
Tho fallme or John D, Mori Is t Co.,
makes posslblo tho ury special pilce
on Slovenson'a woika In half leaiT
binding. Regular prlco, (33 j .jpLclai
(20, ou InBtiillmcntB of (2 per nmmh.
nrpwn & I.) on Co., Alakca and Mur
Till: JAPANHSi: liner Nippon Mam
Ih expeiMed to nriho finm Yokohaiiia
tomoirnw nftei noon. Shu will prob
ably leao for San Frnnclnco at G
MMmtmm huMfA ,r!.te. Atnxtaagiiili
f IN FOREIGN PORTO' f j AURIVEO
Monday, March I.
VANCOUVKH Sailed l"cb 20:
S K. Mnatia, for lliinolnln.
SAN I'ltANCISCO Alilveit IVb I
S S. Texan from Salna Cru.
POUT GAMDI.K Hailed Keb 27:
fchr. Allco Cooke, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Hailed Keb. 27;
H. S. Slb"rln, for Honolulu.
Hil.O-Siilleil Keb, 27
H S. Mlspnurlan, for Sntlni Cruz.
DID BALL DIE BY
HIS OWN HAND?
.1 nines Slicrwln Hnll, nn Kngllshman,
who haB been emplonl by J. 11. CaBllo'
iib ehnuffeur for the pint tweho'
nioiitliB, was found dead this morning!
In bin dies.dng room In tho basement i
of tho Cnst'o home '
A thl-t eight calllne reohev was!
Ilng by the holy, nnd Dr McDonald,
who wan called up, probe 1 the wound,
which wus In the right temple, and ex
tracted a bullet that corrCBpou led With
the slie of tho rowihcr.
Hull was emp.'ojod In New York be
lino coining tn Hawaii. He wan a well
put up man of good pliyrlque, mil wii
iiliouf 41 cnrs of age.
It appears that about II 30 o'i IncK
this morning u giiu-hit was he ml li
(moral penplo iiboiil the lioiivo. Some
of (he family tboiiKh II was camol In
il tile blowing out, but tho (,'hlncio
cook on liiiiklnn Into the bim'tncnl
room, was terrified nt muiiir Iluil ly-!
Ing on tljo flour with bleol iiliig from
Th deceased lias been somowlnt do
Bpondeiit of late, nnd tn that came
may probibly be attrlliilli'd the i"ti
net. An inquest vlll be hel 1 tunlg it
The funeral serxl es ovci the le
niaiiia of the Into .1 O Cnttei will be
held next Suiidii) ufteiiiuon in the
(Vtitnil t'nlon Cliuiih. It Ik likely
that Dr Seudder mil Itev II II. Par
ker of the Knwiilahno Church will
lime charge of the hpivIics Tho cx-
iii t time for tho seniles mid the
names of the p:ill-be.ue. will bo ui-nouue-cd
That the SupcivlsorB have no right
to nppolnt or employ worl'uien In the
road depaitincnt Ik thu glut ot the
decision handed down li tho Hupurne
Couit tlilit moi nlng in tho City and
County test case. What else the de
cision decides, no one houujh to-Uiuw.
Thnt the men who hmo been work
ing on tho loads for the past two
niontha were illegally appointed, and
therefore not entitled to any money,
Ib pinctlcall settled by the decision,
but whcthci or not the men named
by the Mnor, and who have passed
the labt two moiiiis In Industrious
Idleness, will get their pa, la anoth
"Tho decision rcciiis to decide veiy
little," said Cuiiiitj Attorney ChIIi
inrt this iiiuriiliig. "It lutein that
eniplojlug must he (lone by the heads
of tiny different departments. Hut
where nro tho departments? If de
nies the right of the Supervisor;! to
mako appointments, fast enough. '
Count) Attorney Cathcait mid Dep
tity County Attorney Milvortou hae
thu matter under consideration, but
nro not prepiucd to Bay what their
next notion will bo. Thoy Insinuate
that the mutter ftnmls Just about
wlicio it did before tho decision was
bunded down, hnwow-r.
Tiensiuer Trent Ik upheld In tho
aland thnt hn has taken, namely: that
ho had u right to lefusu tn pay Illegal
wuiruntH. Hut whut wmiiiutB uro Il
legal, and what makes them lllegnl,
and how thoy nro to bo mado legal,
la a innttor over which hero Heenia
to bo n great dlffeicuco of opinion.
That tho decision is iiiIvcibo to the
Siipervlboia Is admitted, but In
whoso faor It Is, Ik considered an
other matter. That tho Supeivlsoia
cannot nppolnt Is decided, but wheth
er or not the Mnjor run appoint with
out the sanction of tho Supervisor
Is a question which 1s left open.
THU Oil. SHIP Fullorton, Captalp
Castlely, nirheil Ibis foienoon from
San l'lancisco with 13,00(1 bariela o.
oil, which she In pumping out nt Hie
ralhoad wharl tills afternoon. Hor
trip down was uneventful. Shu will
leao for tho Const iib soon iib her
eurgo of oil lias been pumped out
THi: DNtTHIt STA'lK-i Army tniin
port Dlx Ih expected to an he to In
with n (nil load of lioises ami-mules
for Mnulln. Shu may pi nimbly In Ing u
few lioail of livestock for Honolulu
Wheiitho rleanishlp Columbian came
down thu transport wuh at I'nit An
gclcB, pieparlng to leave for this put
THU NOHAU, iiiilvlng justoidny
fiom Molokal, In ought 2775 bags of
Olowulu sugar, 30 bend of cattlo from
llio Molokal ranch. II hogs, 71 bundles
hides nud 1 hoi so.
Till: I.Um.lNi: which left last Sat-
urcla) afternoon for San Francisco
took a euusldeiublo amount of loeul
Buuday, Kibni ir' .'S.
Ilk. Kiillcrlnn, Ctstlely, fiiini Bun
I'VunclhCc, 11:40 n in,
H. S. Ailzonan, fiotn Han I'Mticifcn,
Btiiir.'Nuciii, Plltz, fisii, Moluk.il
pi-its, .1:3U it. in.
I-' nr. Ko An Hon, rt cIm fmni
Kauai 7:35 u. in
A.-l'. 8. 8. Coliiliiblau 0 iicitul fiiini
.ill iu niul Taeniii i, 7. 15 i 1 1
U. 8. A. T. Hlx, Atlktrs, finm He.ii
tie. A. 11 8. 8. Ailzonan, from Hau l-'r.m-
cl to, n iu.
j DUE TOMORROW
.-, . -
T. K. K. H. 8. Nippon Muni, fiom
O.-A. 8. 8. Mnkiira, from Colonies.
' Stun Mr.ttna Kc.i, Kieennn, Tu. lliln
nl vn oils. 12 noon ,
ttlini. Ki.iau. for Kami inrt'i, ." p. in.
Stinr Mlkabahi, for Mnlokil mid
.Maul lorta, 5 p. 111.
T. K. K. 8. 8 Nlpjon M iru, for 8 in
Francisco, G p. in.
(). S .S. Alameda. Dow dell, for H'ui
I niuclrci , M n. in.
IVr still" Nocmii fnnil Mnlnk ll nil I
Mntll nl I'eb. 28 -l K Klillllkiiii-.
(' A. Ilailwcll. (1. KrntiM. V. 1.. ll.uv
li'iii'P nnd Mrs. .1. (loldsteln
Per M N. 8 8. I.urllne, for 8 in
I'.miicIkco, Fnb 2711 HI Gcur nnd
wife. MNs Pt. Guar, Miss II. Low, Mrn.
Ilarr, H. 8. Shaw. MlrH II V. lto
m.ri. H. I Hhw Chat Fi'llliri. Mr
W i. Ilutler, Mr Foirest K 11. You'll'
nil wife. C. N. Splcis. Mrs Ia.dlrnl
Miisrnian. Mr. Jiihiioii, Mr Overcnd
Sin Meek, .1. M. Al matron-.: and wife
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
I'd' Milium Kca. fur Maul mid Ha
w ill. Mm. 2, 12 in I.uch Howard Ml.
Ill nut nnd family A. It. Peper. John
Niu Ion. Mrn. H. II Mci:vans Miss I..
McF.nm MrH. YV. I, W'ntt, Mis. I, A
Duncan, Mr. nnd Mis. (1. II. Mun.ix-,
Mis. 3. II. Hac'. Mrn. Hughes. 1,. A.
N'aiea nnd wife S I.. Hrlss r.i.l wlf.
Mm. roiine-, Mil .1. A. Foul I.. (!.
1.iipk!i nnil wtfi. .1 W I, Mnr?-iii II.
P. Wood, C. Smith. .1. W Smith, Miss
I lector, .Miss Smith, J. C Adams mid
wife. Y. M. Kliiiilson and wlfo, 1). It.
Muiko and wife, .1. I. Humor, Dr J.
Mortn-i Howell V. I) CI irk A H Jor
dan. Dr Kinds .1. i: Nitn I II. Wiml.
It. U. llrown. .1, I Norton II. I-:. Me
I'tme, .1 ll.MrC'iine Mis. M Giipluu.
ill- n n. Aiaiiieu i. nir ran i-raueii.-co,
March .'1, IU n. m. Miss' Fox K
llrown nud wlfo. II. Ocgi ik-n, I'obt.
See and wire, Mm P I., relent. Dr II
!.. lludiiriu and wile. Mrs. Aldil'h.o
and Infant. W H .Itoimtiee, Klkins It.
Shaw, Mih, II W. llmvnuii nud fil" I.
Mlta I). Iloinnid, Mi,s S Flock It ('
Ir.giln. Mr. and Mis. ItiMioidii Mcltn
cud MnMiunl. Mm. Shaw. Mi mil
lire. .1. 8 Schanck It. tl MePhi rhon,
W. G. Mi Phcrnin, .1 II Wood, V II
.Mood) and wife, K. t). McCoy and
wire, It. S Thompson Ji., F. t! Itelc-h-ling
(' N Spiers.
Per Btmr. Klnau. Tor IC noil Alnr ".
p m- . S. Wllro rii-l wife, Mill
Htbel Wilcox. I long Chock Geo. Apiie.
C. S Hole. It. A. Kuuin-j. MrH. Jaeger
' Till: PCHOONHIl Janioa II. Hi mi,
which w:ih blown off fiom her nnih
origu at Mabu'tona, Hindi, llmo
days iigo, nrilod olT pint )cst'tdiy
I'Tternoo i mid niiehoied there Amou.;
Ihoie on boird the trlipouet i-i III II i
wallan tdlot fiom MahiiUoii i. Tho
tchoouer at i Hod at Miihukonti jest
Thumlii) from Sun Francisco. Hli"
will lc.no agiliibt for M.iliiikiiui aa
coon us possible.
THI! AMGItlCANHAWAIIA com
paiD'B freighter Columbian nirhc 1
jesterdny mornlug from Seatllo, lulng
Ing 4000 tons of rciuM.il cargo, Int ml
Ing Pom, fecd-etuTK fitlllzers mil
lunibei-. Aftir she h'lb tal eu on liiuid
DOai tonti of sugar here, hho will pro
ccod tn Kahiilul on Wednesday t i
take Iu -(00.1 roiiB. Fiom theio Hho
will go to llllo to load 30UC tons, pie
paratory to IcaMng for Sullna Cruz
Till! lNTIHt ISLAND ate tmeri If iv
Ing tomoirow nic the Mniui.i Kvi for
Hi!o ilu Jlnul portH, mllliig at noin;
tlio Klniu, luiiilng ut D o'clock ror
ICaual iorta; the .Mlkahala. whloh mill
at the Bime lltuu for the Koolau fldo
of Kami, nnd the Nne-iti, whlih gcj
lo Mololiil. Maul nn 1 Linn!
Till: STUAMSI111' MaUura fiom ill
Colon! a. vlll niilie 'onui lime tonio'
ion wllh a good Hit of uisiengMs A
laign number of local pern l. litne a!
ten I- booked to leave Iu her for V.'ii
couviv Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cycle
Motor. SI 75 Complete.
'HE CHAHLES 1). WALKERS, BOAT
AJJD MACHINE W011KS
King St. opjvy'e Sout'i St, ,