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EVENING ntALBTlN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAtlCH 8, 1903.
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P.iclf c- Stitcd.
Honolulu Comnianitc-y Rtg
ular, & p. n.
Oceanic Otcond Degree
Lei Aloha Chapter No. J--Reg
All visiting members of the
Order are eordlullj Invited to
attend meetings of IuvaI lodges
UAiUsOia LO'jtiE, No. 3, 1. 0, 0. F. ;
Meets eny Monday evnlng Ml
1:30 Ir. 1. O. 0 F Hall. Tort Stieet.
K It. HKNDilY. Secrotarj j
V. L. WIl'KF. N. (i.
All Isltiue brothers ery cordially
OAHU LODGE. Mo. 1, K. of P.
Meeu jvrjr lint und third Frl-
Jny evedlDB at 7.3o lit K of I. Ilnll,
corner Voit and llercUnla. Visiting
Drot&srs curdlully l'iiu-i.' to attend
V. It Nl lil'.N I. i' t'.
it. gosi.im:, u n a
HOflOLUIU LODGE 010, B. F. 0. E.
tlooolum Louse No. 01 C, 1). P. O.
C, will meet In tholr hall on Kins
aear Fort Street every Filday een
fuc Ily order of the E. It.:
H13N11Y C. BASTON,
WM. II. MiINEIl.NY, K. It.
Win. K'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.oIF.
Meota every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7: SO oVIurK In K. of I1.
Hall, cor. Port nnd Uerctjula Visit
ing brothers cordlnll luvlted to at
tend. r. m. Maiitnw. r c.
13. A. JACOIISILN, K. TC. S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
t:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hull, corner
Gerctanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles ure InWtcd to At
tend. W. L. FRA.KF., W Prest.
II. T. MOOIti:. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knight of
Pytblus Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO SMi:itSON'. Sachem.
i; V TODD, (' iif It.
The best assortment over
shown in Ihr. city. STYLES
and FRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer Kins ond Fort Streets.
All ftnds in rolls ind eb;ets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAH PAJrXB &
SUFFLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Quean &ts., Honolulu.
Tc! 410. George G. Gula. Gen. MKr
Furest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
King S,t.; P. 0. Box 914.
Plank bnokl of nil Knits, ledgers
etc, manufactured b tin' liiilleiln
i B LOOK TO THE B
LOOK TO Til
Wc Sell you a
plant fcod that
adds life and vig
or o Feme, Vio
nml Grass. This is
not an experiment
but a tried nnd
I See Cream
THE BEST EXTANT.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee p;oes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
arc just ns 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'dinR. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIESTHOTEL YOUNG Bid
The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
Tor Distilled Water and Assorted
floda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 507,
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
1263 Miller St.
M. R. DE SA
185 editorial rooms Uf($ b'utl
nec3 office. These are the telephone
numbers cf the Bulletin offlca,
P Hotel 4 Fort Sts. A
LOCAL AND GENERAL
'.Bulletin Want Ads. will do ail
that publicity tan do toward finding
work for. workers.
Hello Get Sullivan's hack. 290.
A clean city means a healthy city.
Moot your friends at .Royal Annex.
lr, A. O. Wnll was n passenger on
tho Manna Ken.
Major WInslow leaves tonight on
tho llghthouso tender Kukul for
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hatvallan Carriage Manfc. Co., for
Mr A. Kniidscn will speak tomorrow
on Pyschology Mind Cure and Mental
Science In Kaplolanl building nt 7:45
p. 111, ,
Tho regular monthly business moot
ing of tho Oaliu Young People's Union
will bo livid In tho Chrlstlnn church on
Monday, March 8, at 7:30 p. m.
Tho Public Health Committees of
the Senate nnd House paid 11 visit to
Knllhl Receiving Station Saturday, af
ter the scsbIoiis of the Legislature ad
journed. The matter of William fllcrco vs.
William Waterhotiso was ntgued In tho
Supreme Court this morning by attor
neys ltobcrtson and Wllhlngton and
The quarterly convention ot tho
Onhu Young People's Union Is sot for
next Friday night nt tho Methodist
church. Dr. Junes will be tho speaker
of tho evening,
Mrs, Itobert Collins nnd family do
slro lu cxprnss their appreciation of
the kindness shown by friends during
tho Illness nnd nt the funeral of the
Into Mr Collins.
Frank Schnncr, of tho von Hamui
Young gnrngo wns married yesterday
to Miss Frcdn Asche, daughter of Jul
Ins Asche. The ceremony wns per
formed by tho Itov. Mr. Jones nt the
Tho Hawaiian Territorial Medical
Society has passed a resolution of
sympathy for Dr. Woyson, In connec
tion with tho charges made against
him in the Atcherley trial nnd express
ing full confidence In his integrity ns
n citizen nnd representative of tho pro
fession. Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this monunpl If not. why notl
The Territorial Tcacht-rs' Associa
tion will meet this ocn!ng nt 7:30 nt
J tho MeKltiley High Schoil. Mrs. A F.
Knuilscii will address the meeting on
"Conservation of Our NnMirnl He
sources." ForeBlcr llo..n:ei' nnd oth
ers will spenk ns well All nro cor
dially 1'nvlted to intend.
TOLD JtEE SOGA
A motion to quash tho Indictment
against Sogn, tho editor of thu JIJi,
was filed by Attorney Llghtfoot this
morning. Soga Is charged with being
n disorderly person, tho Indictment be
ing based upon Iho Incendiary utter
ances of his paper.
BY DE BOLT TO HANG
Judgo Do Holt this morning sen
tenced Ccorgo Knlelklnl, tho convict
ed wife murderer, to bo hanged by the
neck until ho Is dead. This, however,
docs not end tho matter, ns Knlclklnl's
nttornoy, Charles Achl, hns appcnlcd
to trial by jury, to detarmlno us to tho
saiilfy or Insanity of the mnn, nnd
thcro Is no telling what n Jury may
do In n caeo of that kind.
BIG GUN IS YET
ON BOARD MOHICAN
The second of tho 12-Inch guns was
not tnken off tho Mahlcnn this morn
ing because the car used In convoying
the first gun to Pearl Harbor had not
returned. As soon as tho first gun
Is placed In position tho second gun
will be taken nut.
fTho first gun was successfully lift
ed out and placed on n spcclnlly-bullt
cur last Saturday afternoon and tnken
down to Pcnrl Harbor. Tho work
wns conducted by Cnpt. Iledford,
Capt. McAllfstcr, and young lllco
without n mishap.
Per S. S. Siberia, from Japnp, Mar.
S. For llqpolulu- Mnjor Jl. H. Itay,
U. S. A., Mrs. H. 13. nay, O. 8. Itclmold.
Miss K. Uvnns, Miss M. Bvnns, Miss I
Prlco, I t.oHiigo, I Manes, M. Uurch,
Mrs. M. Durcli,
Ttov. Walter K. Tnnncr'H resigna
tion from Melrose Baptist church ac
K. Minor Smith, city assessor of
Alameda, commits sulcldo while de
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KINO ST. PrrnwR KM
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN!
POPE PIUS ILL
IIOMK, Italy, Mnrch 7 - His Holiness Pope Plus Is suffering from a
sevcro nttack of Influenza, nnd his condition U such nr to cause, nppretsu
slon among those In attendance upon him,
m m ei
NATIONAL EXPORTS FALL OFF FIFTY MILLIONS
DURING .THE MONTH OF JANUARY LAST
WASHINGTON, I). C, .March 7, The stntlstlcs of exports for tho
month odJamiary Inst show n falling off of fifty million dollars In thu
aggregate ns compared to the total exports of Jnnunry of Inst year.
m 1 1
HEAVY EARTHQUAKES IN ECUADOR
GUAYAQUIL,, Kcuador, March 7. A series of sevcro enrthquako
shocks wero felt here today, and there was n great panic nmnog the peo
ple of this city. Tho resulting damage from tho shocks wns slight.
KILLED IN AVALANCHE
VIENNA, Austria, .March 7. An nvulniichc killed twenty-Leven per
sons todny nt Salzburg.
CALIFORNIA'S LARGE EXPENSES
SACUAMKNTO .Cnllf, March G. -Tho general nppropiluthms for Cal
ifornia Stntc expenses during the next fiscal period amount" to $9,GS.V
295., nn Increase of $l,r00,000.
CHANGE INAUGUBATIONDAY .
WASHINGTON. D. (' , Mnrrh G, -Senator Depow of Now York has
Introduced a resolution In the Senate changing Inauguration Day to
MISS GOULD ENTERTAINS SAILORS
NKW YOIIK, N Y, Mnrch 7. Miss Helen Gould cnteitnlncd 11 par
ty of t-averal hundred bluejackets It day.
A Gorman girl desires house work.
Sco Dlom's Btock this neck. New
organdies, lawns, challles batistes,
opened to tho public for tin first lime
Itcnicmbcrs this Is the last week ot
tho big reduction sale at I . Ahoy's on
Nuunnu street. Shirts mid undcrwcai
nro selling at 35 cents enrh.
Js'ew Thought books nnd choice new
fiction of nil tho best authors ut
Drown & Lyon Co's bookstore, corner
Morchnnt nnd Alaken streets,
Tho German Hakery, formerly the
old Singer Uakery. Is now miming In
good shape and delivering flue bru.id
and German Coffeo cakes dally.
Sptlug Is almost hero and the time
to look nfter your plants has nrtlwd.
Dcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd., have n
plant food superior to anything mndo
for plant treatment.
For tasteful tally cards foi nil kinds
of games, handsome' dinner cunts,
fancy sealing wax, nnd the btst p.iv
terles, go ti Ont & Mossmnn 7G Mer
chant St., near I O.
Tho Territorial Messenger Service la
growing more popular every day nnd
Is being used moro nnd moio by per
sons wishing prompt delivery of pack
ngoH as well ns notes.
Wo will sell for two weeks only, our
flno 9 Hiorllng hootii for H, to clear
stock, These flno boots arc Just tho
thing for tho out-door man In black
und tan. Mclncrny Shoo Storo.
Thcro was nn unsually largo crowd
all day today at Sachs' to see tho hand
some nnd stylish new lines of Spring
goods Just opened In dress goods, mil
linery, trimmings nnd ready-to-wej;
Wo have a full stpek of tho finest
trunks, valises, and suit rases, built
for servlco nnd genteel appearance.
Como and look them over. Theo. 11.
Davles & Co., Ltd., Hurdwnro Depart
ment. tevcry business man knows that nd
vcrtlslng Is essential to tho successful
conducting of any business enterprise.
Let us seo you nbout your advertising.
Tho Chns. It. Frailer Co., 122 King
street. Phone 371.
All roads lead to tho best hodu wat
er, tho spring that Is never dry. They
lead direct to tho Consolidated Soda
Water Works, Fort and Allen streets.
If customers do not wish to go liy tho
highway use. Phono 71.
THE ART THEATRE.
"Kip Vnn Wlnklo" and "A Western
Itopianco" are two of tlio Jiest films nt
this popular theatre. Suturdny night
standing room was nt n premium. Man
ager Lawson Is thinking of building
an extension to supply some or his
patrons whom ho hns been forced to
turn nwsy for want of room.
KUKUI WILL STARTi
WORK THIS EVENING
ftlnjor K. Evolcth WInslow, U. 8.
A nnd Lighthouse Engineer, nnd
Lieut. Copidr. Moses, V. S. N will
leave tonight for Kauai In the llght-
houso tondor Kukul. They w(U,
whle there, Inspect the lighthouses
on Knual nnd will probably seloct n
s(e for now lighthouses to be bulft
In tho near future.
The Kukul Is commanded by Cap
tain Jobson. This Is Uio first trip ot
tho vessel since she arrived horo, nnd
her dopnrturo will bo witnessed by a
largo crowd of waterfront people. She
Will snll at 9 o'clock, returning a3
soon ns the Inspection work is com
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Ui.. IfasikfeJr fe,,'. .v telAfc.
(Continued from Phes U
dents where tho sewer rau-u hive uol
been paid, will, It Is expected, result
in tho payment of several thousand dol
lars of sewer rates that liava betti lung
delinquent. .Hut tho Hou?c Is careful
ly avoiding nny measure dciling with
the Superintendent of Public Works
or emanating from him, until after thu
Nuiianu dam leport shall have been
made und action on this bill was de
ferred until Friday.
Jlouse 1)111 47, lull idueed by Make
kau, amending thu law relating to ap
peals from tnx assessment, was passed
by unanimous otu.
A Smcl lof Gasoline.
Sheldon has iippiucntly become a
member of tho iiiilomohlb claim nnd
tuny be expected to develop u g.isollno
breath ut nny time now This morn
ing ho Introduced 11 bill making It r.
misdemeanor punishable by One or Im
prisonment for nny one cither negli
gently or maliciously to Hcntter glass,
bottles, tin cans, nulls, tacks, wire
Mono Or uny other substance danger
ous to traffic In the highways.
Stamp Du:-j Wrong.
A Joint resolution wns Introduced by
Cnstro providing for tho appointment
by the Govornor of n Commission of
three persons, to bo known iih thu Com
mission on Stamp Duties atal Licenses,
thoroughly to Investigate thu present
tchedulo of stamp dntles and license
system nnd consldor their operation
effect and cqullnblencss nnd general
ndnpt.-tblllty lo existing conditions, and
consider ways nml means of ruWshig
ami Impiovlng tho schedule. The
Commission Is to roort to thu Gov
ernor not later than July 1, 1U10.
The "Wheieas" part of tho resolu
Hon sets forth that the present sched
ule, of Htnuip duties and license system
Is lu nrlolIs resiects unsatisfactory
and unfair In operation and effect, and
Is In need of prudent ielslon nnd
A Covering Bill.
A bill was Introduced by Castro pro
vldlng that no sum for Iho construe
tlon unci repair of public works, or the
purehaso of material or supplies, lu ex
cess of $500, shall bo spent except by
contract after advertisement. All con
tracts must go to tho lowest resisins
Ihlo bidder. It Is also provided that
no olllcer or employee of the Territory
holding moro than 0110 office shall he
authorized to draw moro thnn one Hal
nry. Protect the Birds.
Mnkeknu laid heroic the IJotiso a
bird bill, making Jt unlawful to eati-h
or kill nny beneficial or porchlng bird
qr to tako or destroy thulr eggs. The
title of the bill Is "To Amend Act 104
of Die Session Lnws of 1907 relating to
the protection of lilnla beneficial to
tho foiests of Hawaii."
May Sell Trunks.
A bill mh Introduced by Long to
define thu rights of warehousemen. It
pioyJdiB dipt a varqhouseman si.-ll
Iinvo u prlo.- lien 'on nny property
placed with him or lecelvcd by him,
utnll all charges nro paid. Pioporty
remaining uncnljcd for for b" montliB
mny be sold at unction to pay tie
Ccney Has One.
Coney Introduced n bill rtlntlng to
stnmp duties, providing lliut lusliu
ments mny bo stamped by tho Itgls
trnr of Public Accounts three months
after exocuMon, but ir stjiniped lifter
three months, shnll bo llr.ld . to n pon
alty of 100 per cent of the duty 'lhla
J however, does not npply to liistii-
munis executed in rorelpn commies.
AfToiiBO wantB tho legislature ) nh
proprlato $3600 for a moru. for 1 Ill's
nnd an additional $1500 ,. oiinlp it. ir
Hllogets this and tho $15,0fi oomptery
that hns been nsked for. qnd 11 new
eonrt houso and n Jal tho Inha ll.ants
or tho Hoiithern motio'iolls w'.'l he wall
j piovlded for Affon o's morgue lesolu
won wns introduced this m.i uing.
11 I - . i
. iVhi- 4imi ,3rrTrtl Tiwllihli'sVfiii-'
Tirirwi fc Mti '
iBBBiW,yt'1' " EJggWrgSU
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Mondav. March 8. 1909
SAN rilANCISCO-AriUcd Mnr 7.
S. H. Irglnlnn, fiont SallniV Cruz.
Ilktn. C'oiouado, hence Feb. 17.
Ilktn IriHTaul, hence Feb. 17. ,
SAN Fit ANCI8CO Arrived March 8:
S. S. Lurllne, hence Feb. 17.
IIH.0 -Arrived Feb. 27-
S. S. Kntorprlse, from San Fran
cisco, APPROPRIATION BILL
Acting ns 11 Coinmltteo of tho
Whole, tlio House this afternoon took
up II. II, 74 the Appioprlutlou Hill,
for consideration, All of the heads I
of departments were culled onto thei
grill nnd put through a strict cro
pxanilnatton as In their reasons fur
asking various npproprlatlous nnd tho
nee to which the money will be put
I ' 1
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
POLJCK COUUT JTGS plcl.upjid . . .
Tho quartet of alleged deiidbeiit.4,
Powell, llrown, Wnril, nnd Wilson, j
arc presumed by the police to linu-,
got nwny sarely on the It. M. 8. Mo-
nun. The men have tiled evciy
rtenmer lately but were iilwns -Us-coeied
nnd Hied off liefure the dc
paitiiie of the boat.
They should hnp n very nice hip
lo Suvn, whcie they will cool thulr
heels till the Aorungl tourhes tluue
en unite for this city, lljiuolulii has
not h.st the geiitlcincn und they prob-'
ably will visit Judge Audrade again
lu nbout three wccl.B' time.
Nino nntlvcs were fined $10 eiic-h
fur gambling; one lady player was
trcnted lo n suspended sentence of
thirteen months. Nine Juenlles wliu
wero chaiged with phijlng 11 gnine of
chnnie, were illsrliuiged, there being
no evidence to convict them. They
oxplnlued the money part by slating
that they hud each dug up colli to
get their baseball team going. Jndgn
Andinde remarked t'int thcro had
been some tall lying done somewhere
und wnined the hunch that If Ihey
were ever convicted before him they
would get stiff sentence..
Four drunks, Parker, Kupa, W'n
hlneplo, und Miss Kaalkauln, were
fined $ I each, Ishltnshl, a Japanese,
wns remanded till tomonow 011 11
charge of assault nml battery.
tn:itU8!iiiKn;iti :: :: r. it :t
What House Has Dsne.
The Speuker stated this iniiiului,
that nheii the House adjoiirntd Satur
day 11.1 hills had been lutiiulu'-e.l Of
these eh'cn weio In the hinds 01 the
Printing Committee; (Klein lu the .lo
dlclnry Committee; seen In the
Health und Police Com ml I tee, four in
tho Laud Committee; scM-nteen In
Finance Committee, three. F.diic-tlloii
ul Coiumlttee: two. Miscellaneous
Committee; three up tor third read
ing; twcnly-Hcen hefoie the Stnate:
soten In the hands iif the (!oeruor,
and scum had been signed b Hie Gov
ernor nml had become law. The
House hadVpeht of the Federal nppro
Furtado presented u ii'imliulon up
I roprlntlug $2 Hm for the salary of the
District Mugistruto of Hiimakila at
$100 11 mouth, Moanaiill sked for
$5(ia to repair tho Government landh.g
Miiaiiaiill usKed Uluu for u Hi-w
ruin I house nod Jail for lliimuktm ills
Tho llonso tnbled Carlo's lill !
latlug t osiiHieiisloii of touloiiu'u.
Tho Judiciary Committee reeom
mended Iho passage of Senate Illll 33
lelatlng to subslltiitu Juatlees or Hie
Supiemo Comt. mid Semite ISIII .'2.
Iho siihslltuto for Castro'H dlvon-e bill.
II: II. II. Tho latter bill, being t.n
necessary, wns tabled
Tho Judiciary Committee .pnili-d
back Affonso's bill, which makes II
Iho ago of consent, and lerommi inli-.l
Unit '12 be substituted lis the ng.- The
report was udopted. Tho en: unlike
lecouniiended the passage wll'i umeiul
nients of II. I), 92.
Tho administration Jjicomp tnx hill
was icfened to the Piohiotlon and Im
Kanlho Too Late.
Kanlho's t ebullition to hav.- Sen
copies or thu House Journal ir'nted
In Hawaiian watt talileil
Want No Change.
Tho Hawaiian Kvangellcal Associa
tion voiced Its pi litest agahiHt any u
vision or the llqiioi law lu a eoiiimunl
ciillo'i to the House.
A petition asking for nn upproprln
tlon to piuvlde for Iho opening of a
load finm tho iisjluni mad to Alow 11
HoIghtH was piesented b Kalelopu.
H. 11. tOC, Kalelopu, tho awn bill
S. II. -15, Ilaker, In prculdo fin- sc-r-vice
on corpointlons Judlt'lary Com
H. It. 112, ICe.ilawaa lnaklnir I In.
c rln's lllithday u legal holiday Judl-
ci u-y uommitteo.
H. II. 108, Castro, conservation and
Immigration Pi-muni Inn Commit too.
H. Hu 107, Conea, -ulr brakes 011
stiiM-t ears Health nnd Police f.im
t.j'i..-rt.wJia.iitAi1,, .k-Jl. lie
Sunday, Mnrch 7.
Rtmr. Nonu, from Molok.il nnd Maul
pons. 1.55 11. in.
Hum l.lkellke, Nntipnln, from Ha
waii poits, 12:30 ii. lu. .
lllini. Mlkalmb, from Nawlllwlll,
n, 111. '
Am. sp. .Marlon Chllcolt, from GjvI
oln, to n. rn.
P. M 3. S. Slli.-rlii, fioiu Yukotmma,
T, il. 3. S. Siberia, for San Fran
cltcu. j PA3SENOEHS ARRIVED
Per stnir. Noeau. from. Moloknl mid
Mnul ports, 3lnr 7. 11. 11. Mariner, I.
Chilstlanson, Henry Mcors, .Miss
Cmwder, 13 deck
Per sliur. Mlkabala, from NawlllWlll.
Mnr. 7 C. II. Cooke, Ml Deliiiii-y.
M. It, ltnpoza, J.', nnd child, Iliini:
PASSENQER3 BOOKED (
Per 8. H. Siberia, for Ban Frnnrlsi-i.
Mi'IpIi P. Miss Setnn Gontou, Mrs. J.
W. Smith. J. W. Smith. Che-dim Smltu
Ade'u Hmltli, Mis. Kieiitziminer, Dr. A.
O." Hodglns. AlUs HcmsIc Lord. T. M
McCoid nnd wife, Mr. Potter and pir
ty. Mrs. W. It. Leeds', G. A. Il.iehelder
und wife. K. Ilaclieldcr. Mrs. Daniel
Ilcutoii. K. It. Shaw. S. L Drlggs nml
wile. O. P. Piper. Jliu M. II. W'utlit.
Mru. K. C. Mcl-:en. Mlsa l.ticlu Alc
Uteli, Mis. W. Long Ilorehami, Itov.
C. W. Hmllli. Miss B. M. Smith, Mrs.
Ile.idlcy. Miss llarrln, W. L. llllger und
wife. Miss Ilutiy i:. Illlgei, Geo. C.
LChl.v und wife. If. M. lllco and wire.
Daniel Smiley. Dr. II. C Allen mid
wire. Miss Florence Allen, R. L. Llppllt
unci wire, Leopold Hhenennw, Mrs. il.
Flanker, Miss .lotto Schenerninu, W.
C It.imsay and wire, L. A Nores ami
wife, !l. 11. Tompkins und wife, Mlsn
It-uinty, Frnnk N. Iloyer and wire.
Per stmr. Mnun-i Ke.i for Mnul nnd
12. .Mnr. 9, 12 111 C. It. Wlllard, (I. P.
Mac. .1. A. McCaskell mid wife, J. P.
Spauldliig. . S. Sp.lilldlng. C. L.
(I. ten and wife. Miss C.tiiilun, Miss II.
Smllli. Thus. Ilnll. W. G. Tlnwley und
wife. W. A II0I111.111 nml wife. Mrs. A.
N Locke, Mm. V. II. C. Campbell .Mr.
Alhldgu. Miss Snow. Alice) Nnkc.i, I).
K. Kguchl nnd wife. President Smith,
Mlst.-B Smith (I). C. W. Nlbley. K. W.
Smllli. Misses Nlbly (2).
Per stmr. .Manna 1 .0.1, for Maul and
Hswall, Mnr. 9. 12 111. Mrrf. Almiri.
Mrs. .1. A. MagiKin, Irs Win. Kunin
nn, .lint Gnsper.
Per stun- Kiiiaii, lor Knual. Mar. 9,
3 p. m. Allan Wilcox, S. Mahelon-i, 8.
Ii. Muitlu, Mrs. A'lderuiann, Mllnul
Per Htmr. Mlkabala. rur Moloknl,
Mnr. 9. 5 p. in. Mis. C. C. Coiir.ult, Dr.
J. M. Howell, J. I). .McVeigh, I'. W.
( WATERFRONT NOTES "
Till-: MlKAIIALA. hlch has been
on the inn to Knual dining the disa
bility or the W. G Hall, will go lo Mo
loknl, .Maul mid L-mnl tomoriow nflei
111.011 ut " o'clock Among the passeu
gets will he J. D. McVclKh, superin
tendent of the neltleiuijiit ut Moloknl.
Till: LIKKLIKi: will ilepart ut :.
o'clock tomonow iirieinnoii for Mn
hiil.ona mid oilier Hawaii pints. At
the same hour the Noeau will Ju.ive for
11.1l10la und cither Koolaii poita on
IIIH HTKAMIIItH Manila Ken mid
M :1111m loi v. Ill leave tiimon-im- noon.
The runner goes to Mnul nml I lilts side
or Hawaii, while tho latter goes to
Li halim 1111 1 the Komi Kau side or Ha
THK NOi:AU. nnlvliig fiom Mulidi-il
vesleid.i), biinishl 1900 hugs sugir nr
Olowuhi Sugar Co., ami 3D bend of cut
tle from Moloknl Hunch,
THK LIKKLIKi;. which eame In
f i urn Hawaii jesteiday, had mi lir
eaign C952 bags vugnr from llnuokiia.
THK MlKAIIALA. nrrlvlng fiom Na.
wlllwlll, Kauai, hiniiKlit 2.1 bags of
cocoanutB nnd iiilKcellniieous caigo.
THK IWALANI sails for llmiolcm
and Kiikiilhaele, Hawaii, t'liiioriow
moinlng at 9 o'clock.
T1IK BTKAML'U W. tl. Hall 'hiiIIo.I
lor Ktinnl osteiday lu comm.iiid or
Till: SHIP Mnrloii Chllcolt nnlvod
fiom Oavlota jcsterd.iy moinlng wllh
a catgo of oil.
Slgnni'WntvUlcd In sevmi vimmu nl
San Qiieutln. JulRU Hrown saMng
stule piovldes no other place for de
Alameda superlntciident or schools
suggests liupiilveinoiits lu bullilinir.
and bond Issue tor $2J1.0II0
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.tf
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS' ,
King St. opj"s'a South St,