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RVKN'IN'fl lUTlfrrtN, HONOLULU, T II, SATURDAY MAR 1.1, IfioJ.
MSMI1C i IBP11
Pacific -Sta'c )
Honolulu Commandery neo
uUr, S p. in.
Oceanic Second Dcnree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 RtQ
All lUltttir members of the
1 Order nro cordially Invited to
' utlcnd meetings of local lodges
EAKMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening it
7:30 la I. O. 0. r Hall, fort Street
i:. It. HUXDitY. Seueuiy
r. i). w icki:. s u.
All visiting brother very curillall)
OAHU LODOE, Ho. 1. K. of P.
Meets every first and third Krl-
Jsy evening nt 7::io In K. of r. Hall.
corner Fort nnd Ueretunla. Visiting
brothers cordially Intited to ntten't.
K. II. NUOKM. ' 0
11. COSLINU. K 11 B.
HONOLULU LODOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
llonrltiiu Lodge No. 616, B. r. O.
E., will tiuet In tnelr hall on King
sear Fort Street every Friday even
In. lly order of the E. R.:
HBNKY 0. 12ASTON,
WM, H. McINERNY, E. II.
Vfa. M'KIHLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of f.
Hall, or. Fort and Ilerctanla Visit
ing brothers cordltlly Invited to at
tend. F. M. McHREW, C C.
E. A. JACOIISEN, K. ft. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WT.U
KEGDAY evenings of each mouth at
T:3Q o'clock In It. ot 1. Unit, cornor
Dtrctaula and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nV
W. L. FRAZKK, W l'rest.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights ol
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
OHO. 8ANDRRSON. Sachem.
n. v. todd, r of n.
The Lest assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n bos
of Lehnhnrdt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kintj and Fort Streets.
All Wr.ds in rolls and ihiett.
; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPHB A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
r Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guila. Gen. Mjrt
i. Purest Flavor Highest Quality
k Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
I.' PH0:"3 270.
. Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kine St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Blank books of all sorts, lodgers.
bete., manufactured by tho Rulletlu
K .IrUttUtlt&MM. u.tM4.
We sell you a
plant food that
odds life And vict
or to Ferns, Vio
nnd Gnus. This is
not an experiment
but a tried nnd
Hotel & Fort
HOTEL NEAR, UNION.,
is written oa every piece of
"1835" Silverware wa sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Go.
113 HOTEL- STRKBT
At a Discount
arc juct as easy to get as a good job
ui punning at a uucap pfica, vracu
i do worn i ao it ngni not eneap.
Elite Bui'dinc Phona 397.
SHARP BIGNB attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid,
'The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGEN. Proprietor.
jFor Distilled Water and Assorted
residencs, RING UP 857,
Arctic Soda Water Work's
1203 Miller St. M. E. DE SA
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nets office. These are tho telephone
numbers of tho Bulletin office.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let time, dutt and eoekroichet
deetroy the value of unusual furni
ture; let a Bulletin Want Ad sell
them for you.
A clean oity means a healthy city.
You will always And your friends
at the Royal Annex.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian CArrlago Maiifg, Co., for
If you aro looking for any of your
friends eo to the "Two Jacks" and
jou'll nnd them.
The Civic Federation last ovonlng
panned resolutions condemning tlio nc
t lull of the Scnatu In pnsslng Moore's
liquor LIU on second reading
Mnjnr O Hose, formerly Tax Asses
sor of this division, Is again on Maul
collecting the licenses of (.e'liiquei't
merchants and others liable- for lic
ense U Harris, charged with assaulting
Parker with a gun last week, was re
manded till March 20 by Jurfgo An
.tirade lliN morning.
V. II. C Campbell has named Js'in
T Molr nnd Win McKny to net with
hint as tlio committee ot Hlln Muvons
to pieparo for tlio rt-ceptton of tlio
Shrlncrs nt Ktlaticii.
The names of the winners In the
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n"s Ahukn-Yiikon Pacific Ex
position trip contest will be announced
from the stage of tlio Hnwullan O pern
House Monday evening bet-vcen thu
The alleged hold-up on l.uzn street
near Alapal last night appears to ho
n hoax. Tlio police think tlio white
man got scared nt somcono clearing
his throat, and Imagined thu "Halt"
part ot the business.
Japanese Consul General llyenn nnd
prominent Jnpancst) will hold a meet
lug tomorrow evening nt 7 o'clock In
tlio Japanese School on Nuuanii street
to discuss tlio ptnns for reception nnd
entertainment of Admiral Ichljl nnd
officers of tlio Japanese warships, to
urrho hero April 1.
"That man Is a credit to the scr
vlco" was thu reninrk passed at tlio
Opera Houso Thursday ecnlug as n
tall sergeant of Infantry walked down
the alslo. Ho was dressed In tlio blue
uniform of thu service, his mnnnur
was dignified, and his bearing that of
tlio soldier ready nt a moment's no
tlcotfor a fight or n frolic hut alwnyi
u credit to the rcrvlco and his coun
try. This Is not unusual, but the man
In the ranks too seldom gets credit for
him many good mi.illltpK
HI IX), Hawaii, March 1.1. A sharp
earthquake shock was felt here nnd
through Kona nnd Kau at 3:30
o'clock this morning.
A prnbnto notlco ro estate of James
J, Kelly, deceased, appears In this
Sco Whltnoy & Marsh's window dis
play of tlio costumes on sale on Mon
day for J10.50.
Illnm will hcRin a market down salo
of table napkins on Monday. Prices
cut nlmost In two.
On account ot tho bad condition ot
tlio weather there will bo no danco at
tho Honolulu Seaside hotel this even
ing. Insist upon having rau-Ka-Hann. If
your grocer cannot supply you ring up
telcphono 12 or thu Honolulu Soap
If you wish scats for tho Lillipu
tians place your order with thu Tcnl
totlal Messenger Service and you will
bo assured of getting tho best there Is.
Oct a gas stove. and stop tho house
keeping expense nccount from grow
ing, Econimy Is tho surest road to
wcnlth and a gas sIoyo Is thu direct
moans to tho ond.
Kvon In tho cold weather a glasr ol
cold soda water Is relished by every-
nuo nnd tho place to got it is nt the
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co.,
Md. Tclophono 71.
Our Upham lino of shoes Is hnnci-t
nil tiu way through They nro classy
and styllBh shoes for young mon. Com)
,ln nnd sco Boma of them. Manufac
turers Shoo Co., Ltd
Some of ia most beautiful ami ox
cliislvo mllllnory modols for tho Spring
senson, personally soloctcd by Miss
I'ower hursclf, aro to bo scon at her
millinery pnilors, Iloston building.
Tlio Sachs Dry Ooods Co. Is now
ready for tho Spring shopping with ov
ory department full of now, froi.li mer
chandise, of tho latest stylo material,
and design, nnd modcratotly priced.
185 editorial rooms 350 busl
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletln-ctflco.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2 S. K3N0 ST. PHONE MB,
THE BEST 'TITTERS" IN TOWN.
Jul P ... 'A
ALCOHOL 3 TEH CENT
Promotes DigcstaUrf rfuM
ness and ItestjContairt J neithtr
ApcnVct nemedy forCcnsHr
I ton . Sour Storaach.lllarrtcta
racSin1c S!naf of i
Essct Copy of Wrapper.
CITY OV MKXICO. Mex Murcli 12. Noivs of u battle between the
Nlcarngunn Kunhont MomoUmiho mi 1 i Snlvailoriiu gunboat I'resldcnte
Is confirmed. The Moiuotumbo was rouuuanded by Amerlcnn iifflrcra
and gunners, but wnH put nut of action by the l'resldenln. Later repairs
were mndo nnd tlio Momotouibo Htnrlcd In puisiilt of the l'resldente.
The annexation of tVntinl Aniarli-a by Mexico Is ndMicntcd,
,- WASHINGTON, I). V , .March 12. Tlio Aniciiinii mid Mcxlcuii (lov
ernments nro consldcrlm; the necessity of ln(erentlou In Central Amer
ica, and will probably take diastlc action to ensuie peace.
British Naval Estimates
LONDON, Hug., Murch 12.- The
Won Issued show mlnrrcnso of fifteen millions over Inst your. Under
the progrnm pmpohed, (Jicnt llrltnln
1911 ngnlnst (lernuin's thirteen.
ot dirigible nlrshlps for naval purposes.
UTAH TREASURER ARRESTED
SALT LAKK CITY, Utah, March
Tronsuror of Utah, has been iirrestr.il and charged wltb n shortage uf
State funds amounting to $70,208., which ho has repaid.
James Christiansen was elected oh tho Repiihllrun Statu ticket in
1904, which was headed by (loveinoi Cutler. He letlred from oflhu uti
tlio first Monday In January. According lo thu election laws of Utah, a
Treasurer may scro only four years, anil may not succeed himself. This
Is regarded as acry good method, and In tho present Instance bus giv
en opportunity to dlhcovcr n shortage which might otherwlso havo re
mained covered ip.
Mr. Clirlst Litisen. before IiIh election on tho State ticket, wns Mayor
of tho town of Mantl, In Southern Utuli. Ilu was 11 banker, and was
Quito po)iilnr In biialiiehs nnd political clrrlon. Among politicians he wns
regarded us 1111 Independent Hint is, hu wns Independent ot Mormon
Church domination, although ho wits n member of tho Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints. Ho wai, not oithodox. Ho was not n sup
porter of Governor Cutler, being nr. ndhercut of former (iovernor Huber
M. Wells. In tho last two years Mr. Christiansen has been Idmititlcd
with sovoral Irrigation schemes nnd reclaiming of land projects, and
may havo overrenched himself, employing the Stnto funds to prevent
SECRETARY OF NAVY COMING WEST
WASHINGTON, D. C, Murch 1 2. Secretary Meyer, head of tho
Navy Department, will visit tho Contt lo liihpect tho Sluro Island and
Rrcmcrton Nnvy Yards.
OYSTKR RAY, Ij, I March 12. Kx-Presldent Hookovelt refuses per
mission to press representatives to ncrompiiu him to Africa.
DIRECT PRIMARY LAW
(Continued from Page 1)
any action, pending n decision 011 Hint
measure. It has been decided to let
tho direct primary act stand alone,
howovor, and a report is now being
Members of tho committee nro very
rotlrent concerning the reiiort that
they will inako on tho bit, but, with
tbp pqsslbllty ot u few amendments,
it is thought likely that It wll bo fav
A dispatch to Now York from Ha
,vana says u bl In tho House pro
poses to prohibit foreigners from hol
ding property In Cuba. Possessions
valued at nearly $2,000,000 are af
fected by the measure.
In constructing tho new magnetic
survey yacht for the Carneglo Instl-
tute of Washington a Massachusetts
llrm wlll'iise'vanadluiii hionze, n now
iioumagiiatlc int-tal. A gas producer
will be used to create motive power.
.,1k.. u -. '.', j.. J . .,. ; ,.. .vvJu jii
For Infanta nnd Children.
The Kind You Have
linvnl estliuntes which have Just
will Imve fourteen Dreadnoughts In
Tho Admiralty Is considering the uso
12. .lames CI1rlt.tl11111.011, ox-Stato
RAIN RAISES CAIN
(Coatinucl.from Pace 1)
gicatetl Hood ho over saw.
Kiom Kwn c-oma rcpoits that
mined so hunt thore last night that
tho plantation work was temporarily
At Walalua, especially nt Kucna
Point, streams were funned by tho
rushing water, which soui'lit Its way
Into thu sea, Reyond this, hiiwoxur,
no damage was inputted by thu rail
In tho Koolan district, according to
n Japanese teamstor who eanio In to
dny, tho rain stibilded somewli.it lost
night, duu largely to the strong wind.
Now York Is flooded with counter -
felt dimes and quaiteis. The secret
service ngonts have takon tho matter
in hand nnd
I'uuiiHcuieu u large
number of the loins It Is thought
the nunilei fslteia are wml.tng In
Mi M 1 w
u ll air
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l '" im ennetntj nnnra l' 1 I AftRIVED I
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I Bniurnay, mnr, 10, iuuu.
SAV I'ltANl'ISl'O Arilvtd Mar 13:
I I 8. A. T Thonias, hi-nie filli.
UN rilANOISCO- Sailed Mar. 13:
1 1 n, m.. S. 8. Alnmeila, for, lion.
YOKOHAMA- -Sailed Mar. 13:
! !'. a Mnnrliiirl.i for Hnnolulu.
Prlday, March t.
SN PUANCIBCO Salloil Match 11:
8. 8. Virginian, for Seattle.
Thursday, March 11.
SAN KHANOISCO Ai rived March 11:
8 8. Holiides, licnco I'oli. 27.
Wednesday, March 10.
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed March !):
8. S.. Korea. I p. in . for Honolulu
SAN KIIANCIBCO Snllcd March 1"
8. 8. Illloiilau. 1 , in., for Honolulu
KAHUI.UI Hailed March ui .
8. S. Columbian, for llllo.
Tuesday, March 9.
8BATTI.E Arrived March 8:
8. 8. Hyndes, from San l-'ranclsrii.
SAN I'HANC'ISCO Anled, Maich S:
S. 8. NlpKin Marti, hencu .March 2
VICTOIUA Arrived March 9:
Si. S. Mnkuru, henco March 2.
SAN KKANCISCO-Arrlvcd 'March 'J.
S. 8. Alnmeila, heno Mo,icIi 3.
Monday. March 8, 1009
SAN l-'KANCISl'O-Ariheil Mar. 7:
8 S. Vlrglulnn, fiom Sallna Cruz.
Ilktn. t'oioiiadii, henro I'cb. 17.
Ilktu. Irmgard, hcni-o l'eh. 17.
SAN Kit ANCISCO Arrived Mnreh 8:
8, 8 I.urllnc, henco Kelt. 17.
1III.O- Arrived l'cb. 27:
8. 8. KntcrprUc, fnini San I-'iaii-clsco.
Saturday, March 6.
SAN KIIANCIBCO Arrived Mulch S
Schr. .Ins. Holph, fnini liana, l-Vb. It!.
SAN KIIANCIBCO Sailed Match :
Schr. W. II. Marstou, from llllo.
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed V.irch 0:
U. 8, A. T. I.ogau, for lloniilutu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mnrrh t,;
8. 8, China, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA AtrU.-d Mmth fi:
8. 8. Mongolia, hence Kob. 2.!.
Friday, March 5.
TACOM A -Sailed Mnr. 4'
S. 8 Texan, for Honolulu.
Thursday, March 4.
SAN VRAXC1SCO Anlved Mar. 3:
8. S. Hllonlnii, hence.
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed Mar. I:
8. S. HjadcH, for Seattle.
KAHUI.UI Sailed Mar. 3:
Ilktntt. Mnkuwell, for U'tole.
- Wednesday, March 3.
SAUNA CHUZ Sailed Teh. 27l
8, 8. Virginian, for San Kianchci
SAUNA CIIUZ Arrived Keb. 27:
8. 8. Mexlcnu, from Ill'.o Keb. 1.1.
SAN KHANCISCO Snllcd March 2:
Ilktuu. S. ('.. Wilder, for Honolulu.
HONOII'U Sailed Mnich 3:
Schr. Defender, for Sun Krnnclsco
SAN KHANCISCO- An I veil Mm. 3:
M, N. 8. S. llllontaii. rriiin Honiilulu
Tuesday, March 2.
SAUNA CRUZ-Soiled Keb. 27:
8. 8. Virginian, from San Kr.111clt.cn
SAN KRANCISCO Sailed Mnich 2;
liktne. S. O, Wilder, for Honolulu.
According to nit vices iccelved hj
Hnckftld & Co., tills morning, thu Pa
clflc Mall liner .Manchuria, Captain
Kieile. sailed fiom Yokohama today
with 1100 tons of freight for this port
She Is expected to nrrlvi hero Moil
day, thu 22nd, mid will hao ucromiim
ilatlon for 130 passengers fiom this
port for tho mainland.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record March 12, 1903,
from 10:30 a. pi. to A p. m.
Anna SI Paris to 8 N C'astiu Rsl
Sua Slug Witt (film) to Kniicoho
Rico Mill Co., Ltd CM
SInry K Aklno and hsb to Rank of
Hawaii Ltd SI
William R Cnstlu and wf lo Slolliu A
Entered for Record March 13, 1909,
from 9 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Kona Vlneynrds Co Ltd i-t ul to
Wi'bt Hnwnll Rillinad Co (Irani
Jeiiuuu R King to Reiijumlii Sinai...
II Kubo tu Kiikiihhlmn, . . ., R8
Kiikushlimi to II Kilbu CM
Lint Chining In Tom Wat Kuin . , 118
Young .lack Qunn to Lull Knn Cluw.118
.1 Umllol Mol to A M Cabi-lnbn S!
Reiijumlii SIu.iiiullliu and v.-r t,-. p G ,
Pinncer Rldg & loan Assu ot II to
John JI. Ulunalielu Jr Rei
N Tiikahashl ot rl to IVi.i' Clfj
Krult Co CM
Joso Oo Seirao ..nd w? to John 7
Molr i D
i:. It. IMwiiids, nn evangelist at
ICIwooil, indi, In order to nrousc In
let est In meetings for men, bus had
tnnstiurted on a huge platform In
tho rear1 of tho church nnd over the
altar proper 11 24-foot ring, such as
Is used ut n prize fight and invites
two men from the uudlence tu enter
It and go through the foim of two
pugilists In action, while ho uses
! their motion as an Illustration In his
i subject, "The Klght to n Finish." He
shows a famlllailty with prize-fight
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room rhone 185.
in iifiifi ii 1 rm fin- it in linn iA i'aiAi
Stmr. Klnnu. Oiegory, from Knual, S
Stmr. Mnium Kea. Kioemaii, from
llllo mid Maul iMirts, 7 n. in.
8. 8. Toxnii, rrom Seattle, 811. 111
DEPARTED , 1
i'Vlday, March 12.
Otiiii Cbiiidlne. llennett, for Maul
.mil Hawaii pint. B p. in
Saturday. Murch 13.
8. 8. Bantu Rita, Conner, for Ton
San l.uls, 9:30 n. m.
DUE TODAY I
U. 8 A. T. Logan, from Sim Kniti
elscii. . in.
V. S. 1,
T. Kukul, .tobson, for
Per stmr Minimi Kea, I'reemnii,
rrom lllloand Mnul pints, 7 11. 111.,
Starch II. C. W. Tlndle, W. 8.
Ji:ildlng. .1. T. Spnldlng, L. T. Kavse,
Mis Knvse, L, W. Nule, Mrs. Nule,
8 Stewart, Mis. A. N. Yorke, Mrs.
!: Ilarrlui.in, Mis. Dlclinm. I). .1.
iJ.iinn, P. W. Kletcher", (Icneinl Do
N'egrler, Ijuly Howard, J. A. McCas
Mll, Mrs. MeKasMII, C. T. Iloynton.
Mrs. Iloynton, Miss H. Roynton, Miss
'. Kulilee, C. L, Oreen, Mrs. (Ircen.
W. A. Ilulmor, Mrs. Hulnior, J. .
Hills, Dr. A. .1. Derby, Oeo. H. Au
mi. 11. W. Mist, Sirs. S. Johnson,
.Muster S. Johnson, Mrs. C. Kljety,
Sllss St. V. Hopper, Miss O. Darker.
Mrs. A. llolknn, Dr. C. II. Clurk, .1. T.
Ilaiker. Sirs. K. W. l'otcrson, 8. H.
W'Millcy. J. V. Woollcy, I'ctcr (llbb,
Slrs (lllib, K. Lewis, R. Johnstone,
II. V. Ratten. Mrs. Ratten and two
hlldien, N. C. Wllfong, J. T. Molr,
I. II. llryan, Mrs. Ilrynn, Miss llryan,
Mrs. Taylor nnd two children, Mis.
lames, Sllsses Nlbhy (2), Rrcsldeiit
Smlti, Mis. Smith, Misses Smith
( 4 ), ll. W. Nabley. K. W. Smith, Mrs.
I. Dawner, Rev. Ileek, K. II. Austin,
K. W. Rnrnaiil, II .11. Ronton, A. W.
Carter, Mis. Outer nnd tin eo chll
ireu anil nurso, Miss -Marshall, O.
,8. Reniues, C. Colbtirn, J, II. Kuucwfi.
I. .Mori Is, II. II, White, Miss M. II.
White. A. Weill, T. 11. Lons. 8. Kelll
.mc, K. O, Rujor, I'ong Sing Kat, Mlsu
IC. Klo. Mrs. A. I'. Nahaiilehoa, Mm.
N'lih.iulchoa nnd two children.
Per stmr. Klnau, (lreory, from
Kauai, Mar. 11, Nnkamurn. Chas. An
deVfim, C, II. Jennings, 1. SI. Watsov,
J. II. Colbtun, C. Wills, T i:. Martin,
II. StcCcnltton, Sam Slahelona, .1. J.
Page, Alex. D. Lurnacli, J. K. Karluy,
Allan Wilcox and 5 deck
THIS SIAUNA KHA, ni riving fiom
llllo nnd Maul ports this morning,
in ought a large number 0 passengers,
who hnvo been 1sltlug In Kilo nnd tho
olcnni), among them being General d"
Negrlcs, Inspector (leuornl of tho
Kreiich Army, W. S. Spauldlng and J.
T Spauldlng of Chicago; N. C. Will
Tung, Tax Assi-ssor of Hawaii; Presi
dent Smith of Suit Laku City 11ml fam
ily: Sir. and Mrs. J. A. StcCastklll ami
K'M'ial utliers. Her cargo consisted of
1 dog, I box chickens, 2 automobiles, S
bags uwii, C bugs coin, 17 empty kegs,
75 empty wine bariuls, 11 bags tarn, in
bags vegetables, 15 crates celery, 78
packages sundries, 3 bags potatoes.
PIIR8KR PHI.' -MI'S of thu Manna
Ken, which arrived Ibis morning from
llllo iiiul Maul ports, icports tho fol
low lui, sugar awaiting shipment on Ha
waii: Ohm. 29,134; Walakca, 4000;
Hawaii Mill, 8000; Waliiaku, IllUO;
Onomeii, 14,(100; Pcpcckco. 11,400; Ho
nomii, 10,800; llHkalau, 11,000; Uuipv
hoehiHj, 13,000; Ookala, 3i00; Kuknl
an, II. 420J. D. 29G5; Ilamakita, 22.00U;
Pnauhnil, 82UO; llonokaa, 13,000; Kit
kulhaele, H00U; Pimaluu, 1120; Huuu
Till: KINAII nrrived this monUlig
fnini Kauai with 13 cabin ami r deck
pai'sengers. Her cargo couhlsted i(
HUlli bags sugar, 2 dog, 2 pigs, 10 pack
ages Hiindilus, Pmser Lngan reports
tho following sugar on Kauai, nwaltlir;
shipment: K. S. St., Slim; V. K.. 750;
Sink., 2000; G. & R., 5385: Mcll., 20,
000; P. 30119; G. K 5510; M. S. Co,,
Till: OIL 8Ti:Mi:H Santa lllt-i,
which fitilshcil discharging oil nt tho
railroad wliaif, sailed this moitilng for
Port San Luis, Sho will return to
Honolulu as soon ns she has filled hur
tanks with oil.
Till: STHAMUH W. G. Hall wns ills
charging freight at Walmeu when U10
Klnau left for Honolulu.
Dr Perslfor Krnzer of Philadelphia
11 well-known scientist and hundwilt
Ing expert, was barred as n witness
In 11 laso on trial In C.imdon, N. J.,
because he would not saj there was
1 God. 1
Sea Wrens, $ IOQ
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CyCi
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kiug St. opj-v' SoutU St.
hfin aJMaftfVi , ii' ' .