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Lei Aloha Chapter No 3, O. E,
Leahl Chapter No. 2, 0. E. 8-
Aloha Temple Regular,
7:30 p. m.
All visiting members of the
order nte cordially Invited to
gttcml meetings of local lodges
ILutiuUiN LUUUL, Wo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets eveiy Monday evening it
Ji30 lu I. O U r Hull, lort Street.
E It lll'MMl . stmeiary
r i) w it m.. ii
All YlJlllUR lirotl.en very cordially
OAHU LODOE. No. 1, K. of T.
Meets every first and third Frl
iay cvuutug at T JO In K. of r. Hall,
corner l-ort and Ileretnnla. Visiting
brothuis cordially Invitee to attend.
F. It MGHNT, 0. 0.
II (JOSLING. K 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, 11. P. 0.
E., will maflt in their hall on King
near Fort Street ovary Friday even
ing. lly order of the E. It.:
HI2NHY C. EASTON,
WU. II MclNUUNY, E. II.
vVm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets eter 2nd and 4lh Saturday
evening at 7:30 o clock In 1C. of I'.
Hall, for. Port and lleretanla Visit
ing brothers cordlnlly Invited to at
tend. P. M. McfiUEW. c c
E. A. JACOHSEN, IC. ft. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.j
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
Beretnnla and Fort streets.
VUltlug Eagles ure Invited to nt
Y. L. ritAZEE, W., Prcst.
II. T. MOOIH2. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Ilhll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to Httend.
GEO SANDERSON, S.uliotn
E V TOI)I), C of It
rfwVUi. fVJtl it.XlU
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kins mid Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and shieti.
AMERICAN-HAWMIAN PAPER d
SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fcrt and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Te' 410 fieorRf 0. Quila. Gen. Mc;i
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Tainting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Tllank hooks of all sorts, lodgers,
etc initnufactuinl hy tho Ilulletln
AN tfll fc K
is a neces
sity on a (our
It h bitter to
hi sure than
tion of acci
dents is not
and when they
happen a cure
in hand is
worth two in
a drug store.
See our kits.
TILE BEST EXTANT.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
is written on every piece of
. "1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
are jurt as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap pries. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHA2P QIQNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
MISS POWER'S .
B01T0N BLDO.. FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For .Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to. office and
residence, RING UP 557.
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller fit
M. R. DE SA
185 editorial rooms 250 b"'1
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
iA Benson, fc
Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hotel & Fort Sts. M
&. KuMtan u,AJt,,'t ii-wi. At MrjlMhiiS;ltiiikii'fii, rf '-tMlli'pi'1l
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. will do all
that publicity can do toward finding
work for workers.
Hello Get Sullivan's hack, 290.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
Tliu local natal station Is rcculvlng
a niw coat of paint.
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this morning? If not, why not I
12, W .Eftmea of Wolilawa Is regis
tered as n Kiiypt nt tho Young hotel.
Tho Agricultural nptiroprluilon hill
carries J2R,tfOO for tho Hawaii Exjicrl
Tliu fruit growing business at Wal
keo, on tho Parker Hanch on Hawaii,
Is progressing splendidly
Botnu new styles In Punncia hats far
sale nt Expert Hut Clealiurs, Knit St.,
opp. Clul) Stables. Hats cleauea.
Throo drunks, Chns. Zeminer, P.
C'hrlstcnscn and II. Drown, wcro lined
(4 hy Juilgo Andrudu this morning.
Aloha Tomple, A. A. O N, M. S., will
hold Its regular meeting In Mnsonlc
Temple Saturday, March B, nt 7:30
The Kalanlannolo hasvh.ill Ivagi'o
will hold Its regular monthly meetlns
at tho Orpl.i'iim Theatre tonight nt 7
C. II Cooke, son of C. M. Cooke, Is
booked to leave this afternoon for
Kauai In tho Mlkahnla, which soils nt
Coat your Iron roofs with -Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents.
Among t.-.o arrivals fin tho Uaudlne
this morning from Maul wn B. Kntula,
Japanese agent of tho I'iriflc Mutual
The pineapple factory nt Lnwnl
now hns Its third manager since It
started In business something over n
year ngo. Uarden Island.
Hon S. Slilmliu, former Japanese
Consul General lu Ottawa, Canada, Is
a through, passenger In tho Teno
Mam. He Is accompanied by his fam
ily. . .
Among the through passengers In
the Tcnyo Maru Is M. Wallico, who
goes to Toklo, Jappn, to become thlrn
tccrotary ot the Amerlcau Legation
Seven youthful thieves ot mixed na
tionalities, wara sent to tho reform
school for periods ranging from two
j to nvu years, by Judga Andrada this
Mr, Tsukahara, vice president of tho
Tojo Klsan Kntsbn, Is n through pas
senger In the Tonyn Maru. Whllo here
he was tho guest of Japanaso Consul
General fio Ncgrlci', Inspector Gen
erol of the French Army, arrived thla
morning In the Tenyo Mnfii, as a lay
over pastonger. IIo will proceed to
the Orient. In the Korea, sailing, from
hcrt March 1G,
J. O. Carter, Jr., who has been In
the States for the last few mouths, re
turned this morning In the Tonyn
Maru, IIo was met at tho wharf by
Mr, and Mrs. Ilobert I.ewcrH and Mr.
'and Mrs, Dabbltt.
Nincteon Spaniards, who Intended to
leao In the Alameda yesterday.
changed their minds nt thn last mo-(
mum ituu uiu nuii k(. Alley win now
return to. (liq plantations wheru tbuy
had been employed.
Meet your friends at Eoval Annex.
,A soldier named K.nV HWclilnson
was fined JS for assauftl'nR n.pollco'of.
fleer whilst tho latter was endeavoring
to carry out IiIh duty., Tha,Judge,tnaie
a few remarks that' evidently were
taken to heart by tho defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. Wells have
the honor of announcing tho marrlaga
of their-daughter Lanni to Mr. V. II.
H, Kowler on Wednesday, tho seven
teenth of February, ono thousand nine
hundred and nlnt, a Ilethlehem, Penn
sylvania. Japanese Consul General Uyeno and
Elevo Consul Abe, having as their
guosts Hon, and Mrs, S.,Slilmlzii an
lanuiy, were out visiting poluts of In
teres! this morning In hacks. Mr. Shi-
mlru was tho Japanese Consul General
Tho Chlncso Consul's libel caso
agalnct the Chinese dally newspaper
for libel una continued this morning
ut tho Police Court. The defendant,
who Is tho editor of the paper, was re
leased on bonds, tho case being post
poned till March 10.
Purser C. I-acy Goodrich of tho Ten
o Maru kindly presented tho local
newspapermen with, copies of a news
paper printed on board the liner, Tho
name of tho newspaper Is ''Tho Tcnyo
Maru Wireless Telegram". It con
tains wireless news caught nt sea. The
staff of the newspaper Is Japanese.
Miss Justine McClanolmn guo a
brldgo party on Monday i.veulng nt
1 er home on Droadway In honor of
Miss Eliza McMullln and Miss Anna
Wcllcr. Among tho guests woro Miss
Sutanne Klrkpatrlck, Miss Iluth Goer
Icke, Miss Dorothy Iloerlckc, Miss
Ithoda Pickering, Miss Eurllno Mat
son, Walter Hush, Gerald Halsey,
Charles G, Adams, I-Ved WoodB and J.
D. Kennedy. A profusion of yellow
acacia was used In decoration all
about the hoiiBe. Chronicle.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
A2 S. KINO ST. PHONE P25.
THE BE8T "FITTERS" IN TOWN,
Honolulu, t. h., Thursday, MAncn i, 1900.
OF A DECENT PEOPLE
WABIIINOTON, D. 0., SInrch 3. -President-elect nnd Mrs, Tnft en
tered the White House tonight during n heavy rain. President Roosevelt
gave his Inst dinner to tho members of the retiring nnd Incoming fami
lies. President Hoosevclt received the President of the Interstate Com
merce Commission nnd said: "You have done the work while I got the
credit. 1 have tried to be a decent President of a decent people."
One ut the lust nets of thn retiring Executive was to sign n pro, la
tnntion creating additions to the National forests of the West nggregal
Ing 498,730 acres.
President Hoosevclt has sent a letter of (onimcndiitlnu to Adtniiiil
FILIPINO METHODISTS REVOLT
MAN'II.A, P. I . Mnrch 3. ltev. Mr. 2nmorn, n lending Filipino
preacher, with n thousand followers, has withdrawn from tliu Methodist
Episcopal Church and Is organizing the Evangelical Methodist Cliuivh of
x BARRY'S APPOINTMENT
WASHINGTON, t) 0 Mnrrlt 3. Admlrnl Harry has been appointed
to the command of the Second Division of the Pnclllc Fleet In place of
Ilodgcrs, who will be President of the Naval War College..
MEDAL FOR AERONAUTS
WASHINGTON, D. C Mnrch 3 Congress has nwnrded the Wright,
brothers n gold medal for their nclilute'mcnU with nproplanes.
" m i
PRESENT FOR FAIRBANKS
WASHINGTON, I), C, Mon-h 3 -.-The Senate has piesenleil Vice
President Fairbanks with ii 'magnificent silver' service.
STREET RAILWAY STRIKE IN MANILA
MANILA, P I., March 3.n-The street, rullwnyi employe of tlilt rlly
hnvo gonu on a strike.
A gas generator has been lust Seo
Ad, this Issue
Hoi tourists' Go up Fort street
until you find the Orphoum saloon, and
seo tho collection of curios.
Hnbblts. lumb and mutton on cold
storage from New Zealand at tho Met
ropolitan Meat Co., I. til. Telepliono 40.
An lntolco of ten new pianos were
delivered yesterday. Thayer Piano Co.
warorooms. They are for snlo or rent.
a list of officers elected to scro for
the ensuing year of tliu llawaflnu Tel
egraph and Telephuno Company, Lim
ited, 1b published In .this Issue.
Tho wireless telegraph brings you
Into Instant touch with friends ou oth
er Islands or on steamers a thousand
miles away. Tliu rates aru U)W.
We havei Jnst repel veil by tho Ala
meda some vqry fine dress goods at re
markably low prices. Call uud seo
what wo have, tn offer you Jordan's.
Our handy lionuj banks help you to
save. You will havq a good sized ac
count before you know It, drawing 4..
per coat interest. , Ask for ono of
them. The Hank of iluwnll, Ltd.
The Watorhousu Trust Co., Ltd., haa
a furnished house for rent on Wilder
avenue, King Ht.t l'awaa, and nt thu
Peninsula. Lots and hoiuea In cliolcu
sections of Manoa Vultey and Kalmukl.
Advertisement writing is a business
In Itself. An oil writer must liuvo
special training and experience. That's
why advertisers should consult tho
Chns. II. Frailer qo., 122 King street.
A new directory of subscribers of
the .Mutual Telepliono Co, will soon bo
published. Subscribers desiring uuy
changd should leave. It In writing at
the company's offlco before Monday,
Photographers should seo thu new
No. 3 llrownio Camera for 1) at tho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This cam
era Is simply made, yut It takes pic
tures In every way ns good as those
of $8 cameras.
"The reason why whlto officers are
employed by the Toyo Klt.cn Kulsha
Com puny Is becauso they bring com
mercial prosperity to tho company."
S. Tsuknhnra, vice president of tho
Toyo Ktsen Kalsha, in an Interview
this forenoon, made ho above state-
ment, when asked whether the com-
pany Intends to replace tho present
Luiuiiiujiuurs ui uiu lino uy jupuuesu
captains. He said tho Nippon Yuseu
Kalsha employs both white and Jap
anese captains. I
Tsukahara passed through here In i
the Chlyo Maru when she made her'
muldon trip to tho States from tliu
Orient. He had Intended to ijo to
South America on business connected I
with his company, but wus taken
sick In San Francisco. Ills mission
to South America, ho said, was In
connection with tho running of stea
mers to the Amorlcan ports on con
tract. "The contract bus been a los
ing proposition to the company," said
The loss to the company In money,
It is said, Is enormous, hut It Is be
lieved that the Japanese Government
will mnko up the loss.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185, '
Tenyo Maru Brings Many
Five days nnd nineteen hours on'
triini San Francisco, the ste.imslili
Tenyo Mnru of the Tuyu Klseu Kalslin
lino, airhed off port earl I Ids morn
ing and docked nt the HnclUeM wliarf
nt 8 i clock. Thu trli, acrordiug lu
Pursoi Goodrich, wns of the pleasant
(st nil I thu passengers cnjnjcd it Im
Tho 'lenyii had nlnetj six rabln pas
kengein on board, twi'iity-fuur of whom
are' my-ow-rs, She in cmrying this
trip, a large number of men well
known lu government and commercial
Circles, among them Hon S. Shlmlzu.
Air, Shlmlzu, who informed Consul
General Uyeno of his coming by wire
less, has been tin, Japanese Consul
General In Ottawa, Canada, for a year
und a half, nnd is now leliirnlng tu
Toklo, Jnpnn, to nccopt mi Important
post In tho Department of Foreign
Affairs. Ilcforo going to Ottawa, Mr.
Shlmlzu wus Jnpaucsu Consul General
F. Nnrukawa, who ban been In tho
United States, U nn otllclui or tho
Japanese Government. T Mneda Is n
lepit-sentntlvo of thu Taknhasht Dry
Goods Company, one of tho largest
business houses In Jupiu.
H. Taukahara, vlcu president of IJio
Tn)o Klseu Kulsha Company, Is le
turning fiom a business trip to thu
Stnles. M. K. Tntsiilu Is manager of
Hid Japanese Cotton Trading Company
lu New York, lie koch lo Japan ou
business. Seuchl Islill is connected
wllh tho Fuji Tun Refining Company
K. Kasal, is thu head man of thu Ki
oto Miinufacturiug und Tiudlng Com
pany In Now York. W. T. Andrews Is
a mining and civil engineer. He Is
going to Japan ut tho Imitation of Mr.
Asano, president lit Hie Tojo Klseu
Knlshu, to Investigate tho condition of
mines owned hy Mr. Asano,
M. J, Lldstouo Is a mill builder, go
lug to Korea t nereet mills for Amer
ican capitalists. L. Anderson is an
old-timer of Shanghai, returning from
tho States. Mrs. M. Loweusleln, in
fnnt wnl nurto me suing to Manila.
Mrs Lowenstelu Ih tho wUo of Iho
manager of tho firm of Castle llroth
trs, Wolf & Son. of Manila, -J. N
lloyd lu a matting buyer for tho firm
of Joseph Wllil & Co. of Now York.
Ho Is bound for Japan China und Mil-
I. fin ti inirch.iBrt muttliiiru . l.l. ii...
,-,.,. n,C8 , , rprt.8e,ltlltUo
()f lho CaI,fornlll Krllt VllcMnf, Cl.
lUUyt KI1K , lu 0rUI ,,u fu(h.
. . .. .. -mm.
The only guaranteed extermi
nator of these pests. Money
back if it fails.
2 oz. Box 23e, 16 oz. Box f 1.00
Sold everywhere or sent express prepaid
on receipt of price,
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chlcigo.lll.
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Wednesday, March 3.
SAUNA CllUZ-Salleil Feb 27
S. 8. Virginian, for San Francisco
SAUNA CltUZ Ariiu-d Feb 27:
H. S. Mexican, from llllo Fub. 13.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed Match 2:
llktiiu. S. G. Wilder, for Honolulu.
HONOIPIJ Sailed Mnrch 3:
Uehr. Defender, for San Francisco
SAN FUANCISCO Arrived Mar. 3:
M. N. S. S. Illlonlan, from Honolulu.
ti :: it tt n n :::::: :: :: t: :: :i
er Is the piesldent of the Company. C
(1. Young Ih n constructing engineer.
going to Japan, China, und tho Phil
Ipplues tu look over tliu construction
of tho etcrtrle rnllwnjs Young built
the first ekclile railway lu the Phlll
plnen. M. Wallace is going to Toklo
to becomu tho third seeiet:ir of the
Ameilcail Embassy llioie
Among tliu lay-oer pissengers nr
W. S. Spnuldlng nml .1 T Spnutdlng
of lloslon. General do Negricr Is tho
Ihrpi'clor General of the French Aim
He will stop over hcio nnd lator con
tlntio Ills tilp to Iho Oilenl to Inspect
tliu FieilLli nriny oHlreiri attached to
Hie French legitions. ( Imrles T
llojntiin Is n ueallhy Clilcigi man
Ho Is coumiteil Willi the Steel nnd
Wiling Conipniiy of the United Htales.
ilv Is accompanied by Mm. llonton
All tho lay-mer irissengeiH will ie
main hero until thu arrival of the
Korea on tho Hith
Mrs E. S. Matthew und dnughturs,
Miss II Matthew mid Mini 1.. .Mill
thett, lire ulso hi)-oer passengers,
thoiigli'tliey came ns lloiioliilu pisseii
gem. Tliey will awnlt tho arrival nf
Iho Cnnadlnii-Aiistriill.-iu liner from
Vnucniiver, when they will piueed tu
Tho Tiiijo Morn, wlilili wlll'Ieaxe
for Yokohama tomorrow mornliig nt U
o'eleek, brought fur this purl 341 big"
ot mill. While hero tho will take on
dOO tons of nil. Hlio will tulle riom
hero twenty lour cabin p.iHscngor ami
many In the Meoraro
CIVIC FEDS OPPOSE
SENATE LIQUOR BILL
Exemption fiom taxation fur thten
Je.uii in the lellof granted cotton
gtowers by the Legislature. Senate
Hill :IS was leturned from the Ilom.o
this morning nmuiided no ns tu ledueu
thu period of exemption from live
Jears to thieu.
It wus explained that tho House
desired lo have nil tax exemption
ex dre ut the same time, und, as there
uro several exemptions which will
inn out In three eais, the cotton
bill wns changed to coincide.
Senator Moore, who Introduced thn
bill. Mild that tho nmondment wns
ngieeablu to him, ho, on unanimous
Vote, tliu amended bill was adopted.
Tliu bill, which now only awaits
tho signature of the Govcrnur tu be
comu n law, pi (Hides that nil real
and peisonal property actually used
lu thu prodllitlou of lottou, shall lie
exempted fiom taxation for thu pe
riod of thieu yeni'H.
More Bail Commissioners
Coellio Introduced u new bill pro
viding for tliu appointment of ball
commlssiouerH. Tliu first bill Intro
duced by thu Maui Senator was kill
ed in the Judiciary Committee.
Senator Coellio presented u petition
fiom thu Lnhiilnn Impiovemcnt Asso
ciation, asking the defeat of the hill
before thu Semite tinusferrlng tho
t u i in uf diurt tu WnlliiKu. The peti
tion was lufened to thu Judicial)'
Committee, und thn bill lu ijucstlou
was also recommitted.
Civic Feds Petition
Whun ii petition fiom Hie Civic
Federation, signed Ii) C. II. Dickey,
Doibiiiiis Seudiler, and W. It, Castle,
and nsMug that the hill amending
thu liquor uct lie not unacted Into u
law. Senator Coellio Jumped to his
feet with ii motion that tho Civic
Federation bo requited tu furnish u
list uf membership, that the Senatu
might know fiom whom tho petition
came, N action was taken on the
motion, und the petition wns referred
tu thu Vbs mid Means Committee.
Poi Resolve Tabled
Tliu IIousu'h "Pol-uatlng" lesolullon
hns been tallied. Sonutor Coellio,
chairman of tho special lommlttee.
appointed tu look Into the matter,
this morning presented the following
U'poit, which was adopted;
"Your Select Committee tu whom
was loferred IIoiish Concurrent Reso
lution No, HI i elating to thu 'llunlnu
Poi-Entliig FiliiiH,' beg leuvo tu le
port that wu have met Mr. Ilonliio
and liu Informed iih that lie had ul
leady caused tho objectionable film tu
be discarded and destioyed, which ho
did nt tho (line liu lecelved thu flist
I Intimation of any one being hint by
its exhibition mid before the resolu
tloii was lecelved In tho Senate. Mr.
Illonlne cxpieased his slniero legiot
for being the cause of Innocently cre-
iiitlug such adveise feeling to what
I ha h.ul legmded ns u means of illun-
trntiiig lu some graphic miinuer mid
iWltli u liumoious trend, a sceno which
' Thursday, Mitrch I.
T IC. S, S. Tili)o Mnrn. from San
Francisco. 8 n. m.
' U. 8. A. T. Thomas, from Manila,
(by wlrelOiiH). n. m.
For Japan, per 8. 8. Teuo Maru,
March 8. Mist I). Greer, Miss . F.
Tilnipcr. P. I Coca and wife, Milton
Heed, William J Cuuller. Miss It.
Krupp. MlrB Dnnfont, MIsh Mndgo Me
Candlesn, Miss (lluclys l.aberee, Prof
Punk nnd win, II F. Iscpberg. F, (I.
E. Wnlker, Mis. O. K. llswoilb, Mm.
II II. fsworlli, Mrs. Frances II Swan.
Mien Fiances Zerruper Frank llayer
and wife. Miss I. Uodden. Mrs. A. M.
'.Inln. Mrs. M Stelnmever, Mrs. E.
Lemmei. K Tnkagl, K Sakamoto.
The transport Thomas, due Friday,
hns thu following mllltaiy passcu-gei-H
Major W. W Forsvthe. Sixth Cav
airy; Major II (' Hate, Adjutant (Sen
e nil's department; Captain C. E.
Itooue, Philippine Scouts; Captain
Tliom.'iH Franklin, subsistence depait.
ment-, Captain .1. A. Pugeluw, Philip
pine Stunts; Captain L. II. SlmondK,
siibslslencu department; Capluln A.
E. Williams, ipi.il lermastei's depiirl
u.elit; l.leiiteininl Oscnr K. Tolley,
I oiiiteenlli Infantry; Lieutenant Geo.
K. Price, Tenth Cuvulij; Lieutenant
(' M. Spears, Philippine Scouts; Lieu
tenant C. P. Titus, Fooi tccnth In
fantry. The Thomas has fifty cusii.ils,
twenty-six slc, thlity-suten inllltmy
convicts, und carries 15:1 tuns uf coal.
Major Forsjthc eomes to lissome his
new duties iih supei Inteiiilent ut Yo
comllc National Park, vice Major
lliury (-' Heiison, now ut thu Yellow
THE FREIGHTER Columbian will
tciiwi this afternoon fur Knbulul tu
lake In Kiigar From (here she goes
tn llllo, wheie she will load sugar nml
i llu-r Island products, preparatory tn
nlllug for Hallnu Cruz,
THE ARIZONAN will depart tnmor
tow for Island ports, .whero sho will
load biigar, bioru leaving for New
Vn k, lliiouab thu slr.ilts of Magellan.
AS SOON ns sho is filled with a cai
go of sugar, tliu Audiow Welch, Cap
tain Kelle, will Ic-iNo fur Hie Coast.
THE MIKAIIALA sails thin nfler
noon for Ktiuil with n small list of
pat-sengi rs. Sho sails ut Ii o'clock.
THE MADNA LOA, from Kona nml
Maul ports, will nnlo tomoriow morn
ing willi thu usual cargo from Komi.
mlglit deplitold-tlnm custuni which
Is almost n thing of tliu past.
"Your (ommltteu feel that tho
House was Justifiable In promptly ex
pressing their feeling iih tu whnt tliey
thought very objectionable; but, n.
tho saino lu now be)ond any futuru
use, thn lommltteo therefore recom
mend tho snld concurrent resolution
of tho House bo tabled."
Pnv For Weaver
Senator Full child, ns chairman of
the WayH mid Means Committee, in
tiodmed two hills, One provides for
thu upproptlntion of MGG.HO to iu
Imbuisu Hon. Plilllp L. Weaver Tor
oxpenres incurred hy him in 190;i
while traveling to collect datn robi
tlvu tu the pruccduie tu bo followed
In tho Couit ot Land Iteglstintlon.
Tho other nppropilated 7H to relin
burHu the Estate of llernlce Pniiuhl
lllshop for thu taking of curtain lands
by tliu Territory. Iloth went to tho
House Hilt No, :IL', muendlng I bo
laws lel.ithe lu linnscripts of uvl
deuce in criminal cases, passed first
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Inter-Island Steam Navirpition Com
At tho annual meeting of the block
boldeis of thu Inlur-Islunil Steam
Nnvlgntlon Company, Ltd,, held
Thuisday, Miiich I, 11)1)1), tho follow
ing Dlieelors weiu elected tu Hervo
for thu uiibulng year:
Qcoree N. Wilcox, Albert S. Wil
cox, John M. Doi)sett, Charles M.
Cooke, William 0. Smith, Cecil
Brown, and James A. Kennedy.
At a subsequent meeting of Iho
said Ho.inl, held nn (he b.iiihi dale,
tho following olflceis weru elected in
term for thu ensuing year:
James A. Kennedy President
James L. McLean . . . Vice President
Norman E. Qcdire. .Trcnn & Racw
2eno K. Myers Auditor
NORMAN E. HEDGE,
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyr.tf
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHABLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp'N' South St,