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All visiting members of the
Ordor aro toidlalb United to
ultchd uicotings of local lodges
lIAitMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. j
Meets ovoijr Siomlay evening it
J;30 lu I. O. O ' Hull, rort Street.
E It. HENlJitY, 8ccictjr ,
1". 11 WH'KU. S O.
All vimttug brothen very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K, of P.
Meets ovrry first und third Fri
day ovoulng at 7. 0 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort mid lloretanla. Visiting
brothers cordlnlly Invited to attend.
K. t. NUUENT, t C
K. U03LLNG, K. U. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, 13. P. 0.
E., will inset In their hall on King
near Tort Street every Friday even
lug. My ordsr of the E. II :
HENRY C. GASTON,
WM. H. MclNERNY, E. It.
Win. H'XINLEY LODQE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4tU Saturday
evoulng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'.
Hall, cor Fort nnd Ilerctnutn, Visit
ing brothers cordially lilvlted to at
tend. r. m. Mconnw. c o.
13. A. JACOItSEN, K. ft. S.
UONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MoeU ou thfl 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7.30 o'clock In K. of P. HM1. corner
Bsrotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend V 1. FRAZEE, W., Treat.
H T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIPE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and thud Thurs
days of each u'Onth at KnlghU of
i'ytblui Hall Visaing brothers cor
dially Invited tn nttenJ-
rino SANDEHSON'. Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C of R.
The be3t assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for ft bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kinj; and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AHERICAN-HAvVAlIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fcrt nnd Queen bit., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. Qcorue Q. Qutla, Qen. Mgr.
Purest riavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
lllank books of nil Boris, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by tho llullotlii
is a neces
sity on a tour
It h better to
hi sure than
tion of acci
dents is not
and when they
happen a cure
in hand is
wonh two in
'a drug store,
See our kits.
is written on evry piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful patterns
Our guarantee goes with
,1, A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
are iurt as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 307.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOITON BLDG., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLOBIEST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water., delivered to office and
residence. RINO UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St M. R. DE SA
185 editorial rooms 256 husl
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
fjA Benson, fc
Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hotel & Fort Sts. M
I Ice Cream
I THE BEST TANT.
I Palm Caff e,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
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 you, cleaned your sidewalk
this morning t If not, why hot?
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
Tlic dress rehearsal for tho High
School iilay will bo held at tho Opera
Houso tills evening.
Another moetlng of tho stockholders
of tho Wireless Telegraph Company
in HI bo hold In tho near future.
Homo new Hlyles In Panama hats for
sale at Expert Hat Cleaners. Fntt Stl,
opp. Club Stables. Hats clcauoa.
Appioprlato sorvlcvs. In honor of
President Taft's Inauguration, wcro
hold Ksterduy at tho Royal School.
Mrs. S Mnholonfi, and Mm. E. Sher
wood of this city wcro among tho In
coming passengers In the Mnuna I.oa
I The Promotion Committee haa rc
celwd an Invitation to take part In the
annual rose carnival at Portland, Ore,
this coming Juno
j Tho (lovornmout land ngont yestep
i day Bold llo lots at Kalwlkl, Hawaii,
jtliri'o going at the upset prlco uud two
soiling far 45 per cent better.
nave lunch at tho Royal Annex.
It Is now rumored that Antonio Fa
ya, who Ib held as the slayer uf Pe
dro Jesus, has confessed that he did
the shooting but that It was an nccl
dent -(inrdcii Island.
The Merchants Association will
hold a special meeting this afternoon
nt 3 o'clock to consider the bill rela
tive to a merchandise llcenso which
has been Introduced into tho Legisla
ture. A party of sixteen Angolonos, bound
on n tour of tho world will arrhe bore
on the Korea, a week from Monday.
Tho Promotion Commlttco has made
plans for entertaining tho lsltors
while they are here.
J. F Morgan has resigned iih chair
man of the Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc Re
position Committee and Governor
Frcar has appointed Augustus Knud
uen In his place. Mr. Morgan, how
ever, remains n member of the com
Cards nrc out announcing the mar
riage reception to be given March
10th by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Spencer
Wilcox for their daughter Ethel and
Mr Onylord Parke Wilcox. The re
ception will take plaro nt Kllohana.
Mr. W II. Zimmerman, having re
signed his position as superintendent
of the Alexander Young Cafe, tho cafe
will be temporarily In chargo of Mr.
A. E. Wlllsher, who Is assistant to
Manager J. H. Hertscho of tho Young,
Moana nnd Royal Hawaiian Hotels.
General do Negrler, who arrived yes
terday In the Japaneso liner Tenyn
Mam, will visit tlio volcano on Ha
wall. Tho Oeueral la greatly Interest
ed In tho fortification work hero and
on that account ho will tako a special
trip to Pearl Harbor befofo continuing,
his trip tu the Orient.
Meet your friends at Royal Annex.
The Christian Endeavor Society or
Central Upton Church will hold Its
regular monthly business meeting this
month on top of Punchbowl. All com
ing aro asked to meet at 7: IS p. m.
at Frederick U. Wellington's, corner
of Alakoa and Prespcct streets. Sat
urday uvcnln, March fl, 1909.
The Chinese Studonts' Alliance of
Hawaii will, hold Its annual meeting at
Its hall on Saturday uvenlng, March
6th at 7:30 o'clock. After tho rcportu
of all officers for tho past year have
been .ilven and tho election of officers
for tho ensuing year will tako place.
All members are urgently requested
to bo present,
Tho Chic Section of tho Men's
League wilt hold a meeting this even
ing to discuss tho i liquor question.
Among tho speakers' will bo C. G. Dal
lentynu, tho head of tho Liquor Com
mission for Oahu. Tho statement of
the morning paper that members of
tho liquor organizations have been In
vited to be present Is branded as an
YAWNING BONNET TO
BE LATEST IN HATS
CHICAGO, III., Feb. 20. "Get a
Cabriolet and be In style," Is flic ad
vice of the National Association ot
Retail Milliners, which has one on
exhibition at Its semi-annual open
ing. It Is said to be the very new
(it of hat confections, add partakes
of the dominant characteristics of
the cab family, yawning In front and
flapping at the Bides,
The Merry Widow, nccordlng to
thoe In charge of the opening, Is to
remain, And the tendency In hat ex
tremes Is to meet. The missing link
Is tho Dutch bempet of the mushroom
Woman aged 79 Ib given 10 year
term for swindling
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
A2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN IQWJT.
HONOLULU,'!-..!!.. FIUDAY,' MARCH
WASHINGTON. D. C. March 4.
administered to President Tnft and
new Executive went to the White House, where he enterlnlned the Ynla
Club at ten.
Ten thousand people were present nt the Inuuguial ball nt tho Pen
sion building In the cvpnlng.
Directly after the oath had boon administered to the new Prescient,
Mr, Roosevelt took tho train for Oyster Hay. Thousands cheered him
when he arrived at the Pennsylvania depot and as he wus departing.
He reached Oyster Hay In the middle of the night and was received by a
cheering crowd of follow townsmen. Ills first article, for -The Outlook
will appear 111 the ncr number. It will be mi Journalism,
CONGRESS AND CABINET
Tho Sixtieth Congtess is no mqrp. Tho new Senate will convene to
morrow to receive the President's first nominations. Those fur the Cab
inet will be ns follows:
Secretary of State Philander O. Knox, Pentisylvimln.
Secretary of tho Treasury Franklin MacVcagh, HIIikiIm.
Secretary of War Jacob M. Dickinson, Tennessee.
Attorney Gencrnl George W Wlchersham, Now York,
Postmaster General Frank II. Hitchcock, Massachusetts:.
Secretary of the Navy George Von L. Mejor, Massachusetts.
Secretory of the Interior Richard A. llallinger, Washington.
Secretary of Agriculture James S. Wilson, Iowa,
Sccretnry of Commerce and Labor -James Nngol, Missouri.
The House, will convene In extra whsIoii on I lie Kith Inst.
JAPAN IS PLEASED
TOKIO, Japan, March 4. Taft and Roosevelt nre eulogized by tho
press. The part of the Innugurul nildre-m referring to Asiatic Immigra
tion bus been received with great pleasure,
EARTHQUAKES IN MEXICO
CITY OF MEMCO, March 4 --Nws bus readied here of earth
quakes on the Isthmus Saturday. Great damage was done to homes and
earth fissures opened. The natives Wero terrorized, but theio were no
m n i s
PULIT2ER'S MAN INDICTED
NEW YORK. N. Y March 4. Thu Federal Jury has Indicted Caleb
Van llainm. editor of the New York World; also the Press Pubtluhlng
Co., publishers of Tho World, for Issuing tho Panama libel.
i. i i
SERVIA WITHDRAWS DEMANDS
HERLIN, Germany, March I, Under 'pleasure of the Powers. Servla
hns withdrawn her territorial demands on Austria.
NA TUNG STRUCK DOWN
PER IN, China, March 4
IIIIUJIIIIII "1 1- .1'iT-
Thos. F. McTlghe & Co., on King
Btrect, keep a full line of table wines
and liquors, nnd have just received u
shipment of Dubonnet Wine Hitters,
which makes it delicious cocktail.
Keep your feet dry during this wet
weather with a pair of our box cult
"Dlamcnd" lllucher Uals at S3. They
are tho kind Hut have tho wear In
them. Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
Shirts, undershirts, and drnwcis
for 3G cents each is the leader at
Yee Chan & Co.'u store, corner King
and Uethel streets, for one week: 25
to CO per cent, reduction on all un
derwear. For thy Lenten repast, Lewis & Co.,
Ltd., the food caterers, havo fish and
oysters; clams, crnbmoat, olives, pick
les and cheeses. 103 King street, tel
ephone 240. nurnham'B clam bouillon
and smoked caviar and herrings.
Veterinary Surgeon Pottle has tak
en an olllco at the corner of Hotel
and Union streets, where ho can be
consulted on all matters relating to
block and where tho well-known Pot
tle remedies can be obtained. Tel.
BILL TO DIVIDE HAWAII
(Continued from Pace X)
the House this morning ami evciybody
appeared glad of a chance to taku a
half a day off,
Senator Moore's bill to amend the
liquor law passed at tho last besslon
of tho Legislature has aroused all tho
anti-liquor people In tho Territory.
This morning a raft of protests uud
petitions directed against tho enact
ment of any teviulonury legislation of
this kind was read to the Houso. Tho
W. C. T IT. cont,ented Itself with a
simple, petition asking tho Legislature
to kill tho bill. Tho Civic Federation
was more prolix and went Into details
as to what. In tho opinion of Its mem
bers, nro tho vicious features of the
bill, which seemingly Include all the
According to their vtpw, tho pres
ent law has worked well so far and
la good enough. At all events, It
should be given a fair trial.
Tho proposed law takes from the
Commissioners their discretion In is
suing llcoubcs, making it mandatory
Thp provision allowing tho salo of
liquor lu restaurants without meals,
opens the door to any saloon nfter
hours, Sundays and election day by
simply hiring a cook and running a
restaurant on tho same premises,
The bill, if it becomes a law, will
greatly Increaso saloons, drunkenness
and misery, and will 'bo a step back
ward. Tho provision making all meet
ings of tho Hoard public Ib hard on ap
plicants whoso characters are In ques
tion, Under this bill nn saloon can be
Tho roditctlon of the license fee the
Federation thinks uncalled for, and
ticre Is no need to l educe tho reve
nues by reducing tho fee. Tho provl-
f : '
After the oath of office hnd been
the other ceremonies were over, tho
-Nn Tung lias been Htrlckon with npoploxy.
NOT CRAZY, SAYS
Accused Doctor Is Freed
In Ten Minutes
Tho Jury In the Atchcrley case only
icmatned out ten minutes nnd then
eturned a unanimous verdict to tho
effect that: "We, the Jury, llnd the
said John Atcherley to bo of sound
mind." It appears that on tho first
ballot ten were for tho verdict of
sanity nnd two against. On the sec
ond ballot the two Jurors east their
votes with the majority. The Ateh
erleys were naturally much elated at
the favorable result of the trial, and
at once went over to tho Jury and
Attorney Cuthcart for tho prosecu
tion took up about an hour and one
half, whilst Mngoon for the defense
spoku for two hours. Doth nddrcsses
were line efforts. Mngoon's argument
was on tho lines uf u conspiracy to
send a sane man to the asylum. He
attacked Dr. Wuyson's methods nnd
said that Wabon'a violation of pro
fessional secrets was sufficient i eat on
for Atcherley's attempt to shoot him.
Magnon did not attempt to oxeubo
Atcherley's shootlng-up of XVaysou's
house, llo said that every man had
ut home time In his life done 'foolish
things, uud that he admitted that
Atcherley might have taken an over
dose, of cocaine and thereby be not
quite himself ou the occasion of thu
Cathcart confined himself to the
evidence, and bald that ho pitied At
cherley from the bottom of his heart,
but ho (Cathcart) waB there to do his
duty, no mntter how painful It was.
slon for an appeal frrwi decisions of the
Hoard tho protestauts fear, would en
able a skillful lawjer to delay heailugs
by Interposing technicalities mi that
tho entire term of tho license would
elapo bcfo:o final determination, thus
defeating the lavy
Tim Antl-Salqon League (nntoiitcd
itselt with a simple two-lino petition
against tho passngo or Senato Dill 211.
It was signed by 23.
Only Ope Salary.
Hoiibo Joint Resolution 3, piovldi
Ing that no Territorial, County, or
lUiinlclpul officer or emplove shall
draw two salaries, may bo all voiy
woll so long as It Is merely nn Im
personal matter affecting no friend
or relntlye of the honorable members.
Thoio Is no doubt but that it would
have gono tliiough on third reading
this morning without hitting any
bumps, had It not been disc-nvmoil
Jub lu time by some vigilant member
that Its passage would , deprive ouo
of this House ufllclals cither of his
prcmanont Job or of the nice little
bit of extra money he U making dur
ing the Legislature.
Kalclopu saved tho day. Ho moved
that coiisldeutlon of the bill bo d-
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IN FOREIGN P0RT8 ARniVED I
Friday, March S.
TACO.MA Sailed Mnr 4
11. S Texan, for Honolulu.
NEWS NOTES FROM
One hundred nnd sixty rifles linvo
arrived nt the Kiimchumehn School
fur tho Knmehaiiiehii Cadets. Tlnooi
big tnrgelH weighing fifteen pounds j
each cume along with tho guns. The
toys nri anxious to use them, but nt
proseiit the C'.ulels nro cleaning them
mid will have them ready for use In i
n few da J s. Tho Cadets go Into eamii
on tho 2!lth of this month witiio Place
In the country
which has not jet
been decided upon by tho School 'fue
ulty. While In camp thq boys will go
tliiough different drills.
The Kiimehnmehn athletic. hova.iiro
out dally training for tho School trlul
which will tin helil til tlln
A new Jumping hole has Just been
made ut the School for the use of the (
ninieics who ale training lor tne com
lug tiiaugulnr meet.
' A. Whiting, the Kiimcfiamchn in
i miner, entered his name u Utile too
late for the llalelwn Marathon race.
The Texan called today from Taeo
ma fin Honolulu.
Hetty (Ireeu'H daughter mairiea Mat
thew Astor Wllkii, aged U".
tt s: u it m n u xi tt k :: a it n n :
ferred. This action vvuu taken by
the 1 louse, though tho matter wont
over mil) until March 10, Instead of
March 3U, us Kulelopti wanted It to
Two Districts On Hawaii.
Two Senatorial distil. In on I he
Island of Hawaii Js the final decision
of the House, which this morning
pasted Alfonso's bill, No. C, dividing
tho big island into two new divisions.
The vote stood 27 to 1 In favor of
the piihbage of the hill, Wnlwutolo
voting no, uud Rico and Kaiilho be
ing absent. Kiiulho'H absence eveiy
time this hill has ccnuo up has en
died n little mild. eminent, us ho
has tried vigorously at pievlous koh
slons to have similar hills passed. It
is suggested that he was not pleased
at AffoiiKo'H getting In Hist with the
bill this session.
Raises License Fee.
The House by unanimous vote pass
ed Castro's measuio relating to for
eign corporations, known ns House
Hill 13. This lulse.s fioni $10 to
$100 the iiuuunl llcenm fee ! dialled
of foreign corpoiatlous, eNtopt lu
sunim u companies, wlilih do not in
vest nnd use nil their capital In this
Territory. Any company, howevei,
exclusively engaged In foreign or In
terstate commerce Is exempt from
the piovlsloiiH of the law.
Lepers Want Cows and Wood.
Kniiiho picseuled a petition from
the lepers of the settlement betting
foith their wants. In addition to tho
usual requests for nu lucio.iso lu the
pul, meat, and cash allowances, the
petitioners want the Legislature to
appioprlato $20,otiu for tho suppoit
of the Pualil Knlaupapa Hospital fur
Children; JnoiKI for tho police de
partment; 140,000 for the purchase
of firewood for tho lepers, each to ro
cehe nuo-qunitcr u cord a month;
$8000 for tho purchase of milch lows
for tho settlement; $2000 for an Ice
house; $700,000 for tho store; and
(hut the settlement appropriation for
two joins be Increused to $2fi0,000.
Illblo presented a set of iccommeii
datlons of the Labalna Improvement
Association, and u lescilutlon that
these reiommeiidatloiis be adopted.
The Association opposes the pro
posed change of court terms for the
Second Judicial Circuit; favors an
appropriation for u hospital at La
balna, and ouo for tho Lalintnaliiua
Industrial Schools; favors nu nppro
pilutlnu for a now Government build
ing at Luhalun; favoiu piovislon for
nn armory at Labalna. and that
all for this time. Ilihlo doesn't ask
for things very often, hut when he
does the House sits up and lakes
notice. Th hi time It roused some
what fiom Its unusual morning leth
argy when he backed up tho forego
ing lesolutlon by another asking fur
tho appropriation of $4S,000 for u
concrete or wooden Government buil
ding at Labalna,
The Judiciary Committeo recom-
monded tho passage o'f NakaleknSi
Iilll, No, Gl, authorizing heads of
departments to nnino substitutes to
act for them dining their hlcliness or
II. 11. SO, Affonso, giving tho Coun
ties nil fines ami costs collected in
their District Courts. Flnnuce Com-
II. II. 87, Affonso, making 14 tho
age of consent. Judiciary Commit
II. 1). 9C, Affonso, llllo park. Pub
lie Uuids Committeo.
II. 11. 101, Nawnhlno. liquor bill.
. Filday, Match 6.
Slmr. Mnuna l.oa, Slmersoii, from
Hawaii and Muul, n. in.
' Friday, March 5.
Stmr. Ivynlaiil, Mitchell, ftotii Malm-
koun, 10 a. in.
, T. K. K. Soyu Mnru, T. Ota, from
Peru, 11 n. n'l. '
! II. H, A. T. Thomas, t.ymah, from
.Manila, 12 in.
Thursday. Match C.
Stmr. Mlknhala, PederuMi, for Ka-
ual, f::lu p. m.
S. S. Columbian, Coleord. for Knliu-
lul, Tr3r p. in.
Friday. March 6.
T. K. K. S. S. Toiivo Mnrn, Ilent,
for Japan. 9 n. in,
C.-A. S. S. Moana, fioni llrltlsh Co
lumbia, n. in.
U. S A. T. Thoniim, from Manila,
Htlnr. Claiidlno, llcnuUt,
nnd Hawaii, r, p. in.
in r. Manna Lo;i, hlmcrsun.
from Kon.1 and Maul polls. Mnr. (!. O
It Hall, A. llanoborg, .1 R. Daggett,
Miss M. Sakuma. Mrs. S. Miiheloua,
Mrs. L. 1 1 tt. Mrs. II. Oliver. E. E. Co
nalit, Mm. (!. J. Robinson. Mrs. E.
Sherwood, Dr. K. Yoshlrawa anil wife,
M. Ailma and wife, J. P. Cooke, Mrs.
J. T. Shaw, E. V. Dlenert E. Kruse.
For Julian, per H. S. Tenyo Mnru,
March B. Miss D. Groor. Miss F.
Trlmper, F L. Coos nnd wife, Milton
Roh.I, William J. Coulter, Miss II.
Krupp Miss Dauford, Miss Madge Mr.
CiindlesH, Miss Gladys Labored, Prof
Penck mid ami, II F. Iscnbcrg, F. tl.
E. Wnlker. Mrs. O. E, Usworlh, Mra.
II. R. Uswnrth, Mrs. Frances II. Swan,
Miss 1-ranees Zerruper, Frank Ilayer
mid wife, Mies I. ISodden, Mrs. A. M.
Zluln, Mih. M. Stelnmeyor, Mrs. E.
Deninier, K. Tnkagl, K. Sakamoto.
PASSENGERS BOOKED f
Per htnir, Claudlne, for Maul anil
Hawaii, March 5, S p, in. Mih. W. II.
Does. It. A. Jordan, 11, M. Alexander
and wife, (I. P. Wilcox. W. L. Illlgor,
II. T. Haysoldon, II. M. Glttcl, Dr. Der
by, A. Gailenbcrg, J. P. Makalnal. Mrs.
A. J. Gomes, Misses Goiiioh.
1 HONOLULU WEATHER T
Friday. March B.
Temperatures G n. m., GK; 8 a. in..
71; 10 a. m 72: noon, 71; morning
Ilaromcter, 8 n m 20 09; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in.. 4.9H gralim per
cubic loot; relat'vo humidity, 8 a. in.,
GO per cent; dew point, 8 a. in.. Bti.
Wind G n, in., velocity B, dlieellon
K.: 8 a, in., volorlty 8, direction E..
10 a. m., velocity IB, direction H.;
noon, velocity , direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours elided S a.
m., .02 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours Hided nt noon, 2.11 miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather Uuioau.
WATERFRONT NOTES '"
NOTICE TO MARINERS
San Francisco Entrance, Cnllfonita.
Notice Is heieby given that Four-Fath.
"in H.-nk West End lluoy No. 1, ,i
uiacu llrst-claba can, tcportcd ndrlft
Feb. 2.1, was replaced J.vii. 23, 1909.
Ily order of tho Llghthouo Hoard.
THE MAUNA I.OA. Capt. Blmo.-sou,
arrived early this morning fro-.i Ha
waii unci Maul ports Willi a usunt hugj
rargo from Hawaii, which rnnslsted of
B7B0 bags sugar, 400 hags coffee. ::
bags uwa. G bugs ginger, ' bales In
bacco, IB barrels orungtr, 5 cases or
anges, B Inrrela drlir'l ilsh, 3 cabes
dried fish, 3 barrela water lomomi, I
cabes water Ioiiioiik, 4K IiiiiicIioh bn
nnnas, n rases soap, 3 rates vbk, 7ft
bunillcH hides, 7 nates chicken.-!, l
crnto turkeya, 2 crates pigs, 3 horue.
2 cows, Hi ralves, 24 head cattle, ?',
hogs, 1CB packages sundries. Purser
Fried repotted that tho steamer Iwa
lanl w.iH loading hugar nt Mahnkomu
THE CLAUDINE will leave, till nf
tonioon hi 6 o'clock for Maul ami Ha
waii potts., Thoso who bpoked to
leave in bur. up to 12 o'clock today,
wore vury few, but her cuigo will bu
TEE MAUNA I.OA, which enr.o In
ibis morning, la discharging her car
go or siig-ii- Into tho hark Andrew
THE IWALANI nnived this fun,.
liDiia ftotii M;ihukoiii, with a load of
3 BULLETIN ADS PAY -J?,
ea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyrw
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
. King. St. opp'N South St,
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