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EVENING miLMTIN, HONOLULU, T. IL.WHDNESDAY, MAtt. 21, 1909
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mas
All visiting members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
olteud meetings of local lodgts
UAItilONX 10IJGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
Meats ovcty Monday evening it
7:30 In I. O.O P Hull. Tort Street
i:. H. HENDilY, Secretary
p u. uicke, N. o.
All visit lug brothors very cordlall
OAR" 10D0E, No. 1, K. of P
Meets every flrtt and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort and lieretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attonrt.
T. 11 NIOHNT, C C.
It GOSLILU, K II. 8.
U0N0LULU IQDQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Ilourlum Lode No. 016, D. P. O.
E., will m:ot In their hall on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
Ins. Ily order of the E. TL:
HENIIY C. KASTON,
WM II MclNERNY, B. It.
Wm M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lieretanla. Visit
Ins brothers cordlilly Invited to at
tend r. si. Mconnw. c. o.
r. a. jacoiisen, k. rt. s.
aohoLiau axuie uo, p. o. e.
M-,-1. ou thri 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY eveiilngB of each month at
7.30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
(Jorctanla and Fort streets.
Vliltlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend. ' V M McCOY, V, Preat.
H T. MOORE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of encb month at Knights of
Pythias Hair Visiting brothers cor
dlally lnvltd to attend.
GEO SANDERSON, Sachem
E V TODD, C. of It.
-n - ryy'T uu jtai
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 King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fcrt and Queen fats,, Honolulu.
Tel 410. George G. Guila, Gen. Mgr.
Purest Tlavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office : Honolulu Painting Co, 221
King St ; P, 0. Box 014.
n i i' l " sill Korts. ledgers
etc in mil. 'tc" in eil by tho Bulletin
PLAY 4 MINUTES
PLAY 4 MINUTES.
Call and hear them. An
expensive attachment for
any Edison Phonograph but
the Gem will play them.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
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
Beautiful Models Received by
B01T0N BLDQ.. FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BEHOIN. Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watet, delivered to offlee and
residence, RING UP 057,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St.
M. E. D2 8A
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short 0rfers at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed,
A, R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
Ihe Best Whiskey on the Market
THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P 0. BOX 7K
Everything that the Name Implies.
rt r w . a
n Vtinniv n I til
Wt, JUUU'l ULiiU
031 TORT ST.
LOCAL ANL) GENERAL
Don't let time, dust and cockroaches
destroy the value of unusual furni
ture; let a Dulletln Want Ad sell
them for you.
Ten good auto hacks. Phone C.
8. Parker. Jr.. left on the Manna Kea
for Hawaii yesterday, i
Kronen or Gorman taught In flvo
weeks. Hoora 67, Young building.
John Smith was fined $4 for drunk
enness this morning by Judge Andrado.
Tho lumber for the Alakea street
wharf shed Is expected here on the
No better lunches are to be had in
town than those served at the Roval
S. M. Damon wan a departing pas-
oenger on the Mauna Koa for Hawaii
The Manoa hill road Is gradually
coming to the stage when a heavy rain
may ruin it.
Take your carrlato or. automoblU
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
The band will glvo a public concert
tonight nt 7:30 o'clock at Aala park,
rain or shlno.
1 you are looking for any of your
friends go to the "Two Jaska" and
jou'll find them,
0. Snlffen got aplffun drunk Inst
evening and mado Judge Andradc's ac
quaintance this morning. Tho honor
cost SnlfTun just four plunks.
Paloka, who Imbibed too much liquor
and then went to sleep at the Catholic
Mission, had to part with flvo hard-
earned dollars this morning at the Po
It. C Drown, Inspector of Immigra
tion, accompanied uy n s star:, re-1
turned today from Maul In tho Claud-
Ine. Ho will luavo for Kauai In the
II. liurgenson, who filled up on malt
extract to the detriment of Mb think
tank, had a fine of three and one
chalked up against him by Judge An-
uraiic tills morning.
The local Japaneso hao opened an
orTlce on lieretanla streot for the pur
pose of entertaining the men of the
Jnpancso cruisers, which arc due to
nrrhe on the first of the month.
Japanese Consul neutral Uvono rn.
reived news from tho Department of
i-oreign Anairs, stating that one of
the Japanese Immigration companion
there has closed Its ofllco for business
by order of the Japanese Government.
A young American woman desires a
position. See ad. this Issue.
Two good Irrigating lunaa arc want
ed for Porto ltlco. Portuguese ure-
ferred See ad.
For sale, line lot of youne horses.
both broken and unbroken, for dray
or driving. Club Stables. Tel. 109.
The Uernlce P .Ulshon Museum will
bo open to vlstlors as usual on Friday,
and Saturday commencing Friday,
Wo hae all tho finest stanle and
fancy groceries, and afford our custom
ers the very best kind of service.
Phono your orders to us. J. Mi Loy
& Co., King near Uethel. Phone 76.
Thcro should bo a Victor Talking
Machine In every home, and every
home may have ouo at little expense
by our easy payment plan. See tho
Victor and hear our new records. Berg
btroni Music Co., Ltd.
Wo have tho finest, purest, richest
milk In Hawaii, and make dally deliv
eries to all parts of the city. Our milk
Ik never thin and bluish always lots
of good cream on It Tho Pond Dairy,
POLICE COURT J0TTINQ3
Shortly after tho raid on tho Ah
Kwal house on Sunday cenlng, Detec
tive Mcdelros sent two men In plain
clothes to look out for nny other game
that might be running. It appears that
the Instructions were misunderstood,
and ono of the men wont to tho Ah
Kwal block, and stationed himself out
side. A Chinaman who lives In the
building claims that this watclfraan
prevented him from entering the
houso, and that subsequently the
vatchorwent Into tho Ah Kwal block.
Shortly afterwards a pair of shoes
wcro missed. No complaint had been
made nt tho police station up till noon,
ind no one seems to know aa thing
ui'umiu uuoiu mo matter.
With tho exception of four cases, tho
whole lengthy calendar at the Police
Court this morning had to deal with
gambling offenses. Tho Ah k-wni
bunch of 35,.and.asmal!er one of nine,
wero up before Judge Andrade, Attor
ney Humphreys is defending the ac
cused, and Is putting up a strenuous
fight on his clients' behalf. Thei whole
morning was taken up with the cases,
which were unfinished at noon.
DATTLESHIP FLORIA BEGUN.
New I York, March 9. Whllo the "Star
Spangled Manner" was played by the
marine band tho keel of the battleship
Florida was laid today at the Brooklyn
navy yard. The Florida Is to be a 21.
S25 ton vessel and will cost $6,000,000.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
k'i S. KING ST. PHONE m.
THE BEST "FITTERS" m IQW,
WANT JAPANESE EXCLUDED
Calif., Mnrch 25.
lution asking Congress to pass nil Exclusion Act against the Japanese.
ABDUCTORS OF WILLIE WHITLA
ARE BELIEVED TO BE CAPTURED
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 2 J. Two men and a woman hello cd
to be the abductors of Willie Whltla have been arrested. Tho woman
Is said to have planned tho crime. Nine thousand eight hundred utid
ninety dollars were found sewed in her skirts.
SHAUON, Pn March 23. The Whltla boy reached home today and
was greeted by a cheering crowd of thousands.
BALL00NISTS HOME AGAIN
PA8ADKNA, Calif., March 23. The bulloonlsls, nftor three dajs of
wandering and hardship In the mountains, have arrived here s.ifel).
WITHIN 111 MILES
LONDON, England, March
within 111 miles of the South
LOS ANGELES RECALL ELECTION
L08 ANGELES, Calif, March 23.
tho recall election.
MORMON CHIEF SAILS
10 COASTON ALAMEDA
The Oceanic wharf was crowded
this morning by Interested llinio
lulans to see relathes and friends
depart In the Alameda, which sailed
at 10 o'clock.
The Alameda took a large number
of passengers, who came down In her
on the last trip. There were'flfty
six, Including thirty-eight In the
steerage. Among the cabin passen
gers was President Smith of the
Mormon Church. He was accompa-
nlcd by Mrs. Smith nnd family, A
large delegation from the local Mor
mon churches was present and loaded
President Smith and his family with
The Alameda carries 1400 tons of
general cargo, consisting of 1661
bags of rice, 3760 bunches of ba
nanas, 9413 bags of sugar, 1194
bundles of hides, C44 bags of coffee,
5760 cases of canned pines, and 299
caBes of fresh pines.
LAST SAD RITES FOR
The funeral of the late D. if, Kahau
lello will take place this afternoon nl
3 o'clock from tho Sllva Undertaking
parlors on Kort street, under lliu aus
pices of the KaUlkeaouIr Society.
Tho deceased was a well known poli
tician, having served In the Legisla
ture during the Provisional ' Govern
ment. Ho was a staunch Itcpubllcan
at ono time, but recently be became a
He left children, who arrived from
Molokat in tho Mlkahala last Sunday.
Ihe interment will bo at Kawalulmo
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 23, 1009,
Jtrom iu:3U a. m. to 4 p. m.
K Oshlro to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd. .CM
S Ishlkawa to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd. CM
M Illrano et al to Olaa Sugar Co
S Mlasata to Olua Sugar Co Ltd. CM
T Tannka to K Tsunodo US
Charlotte K laukca and hsb to C
A Ilrown M
Gaspar Sylva by nlty to Charles
W Ilooth . Parllel
Est of James Campbell by trs to
Chorles W Uooth Parltel
Charles W Ilooth and wf to Hon
Jap Sawe Ilrewlng Co Ltd.... D
Hon Jap Sako Ilrewlng Co Ltd to
Charles W Ilooth M
T Aklmoto to K Majima CM
Trent Trust Co Ltd tr to It W War
Est of James Campbell by trs to
C W Ilooth Parltel
O W Ilooth and wf to Trs of Est
of James Campbell . ...AdtlScty
H H rtcnton to T Cllve Davles ct
C B Steel nnd wf to Thcophilus C
Joseph' McMaster and wf to Tr of
Eugenie II Emerson M
Charles W Ilooth and wf to Terri
tory of Hawaii D
Mrs Kahlhl llenjamln to Henr K
Entered for Record March 24, 1009,
Tom a a. m, to lo:ao a. ra.
Virginia E Lynch to Ah Keo L
Pang Ng to Pang Sing Fat 1)3
J It de Soma and wf to Adrian It
de Souza -. D
J It de Souza and wf to Antono M
Chnrles A Ilrown and wf to John
II Estate Ltd L
Recorded March. 10, 1909.
Vera A Gedgo by atty to llank of
Hawaii, Ltd; M; por n P 39, cor. rtlcli
ards and Hotel Sts, Honolulu; $2000.
Il' 306, p 256. Dated Mar 10, 1909
Theresa M Loulsson by Ilegr, No-tlco-
of decreo of title In Land Reg.
Court Case No. MO, Honolulu. U 321,
p 143. Dated Mar 9, 1909.
Maria C Itels and hsh to John Itod
orlques; Addtl Chge; por II P 5471. Kul
11019, Ap 4, Kallhl, Honolulu; $100. II
306 p 259 Dated Mar 10. 1909.
Oahu College by Trs to Trent Trust
TJo., Ltd; D; lot 1, Blk 11, College
Tho Senate has adopted a reso
si i m
OF SOUTH POLE
Tho Shackleton expedition
nnd was compelled to return.
The court has refused to enjoin
Hills, Honolulu; $l3.r,0,
Dated Feb 25, 1909,
II 31G, p 31
Look Hop Sing Co; Co I'D; vegctu
blu nnil general cultivation bus, Kcalla,
otc, Walalua, Oahu; in r, rapllul
stock $1800. H 321, p HI. Dated Nov
Martha II Dowsctt and huh (A (') to
James II Castlo; I); Ap 3 of It P 43ST,,
Kaawalua, S Kona. Hawaii; $250. II
31C, p 33. Dated Mar 9, 1909
Recorded March 11, 1000.
A Lewis Jr and wf to Liu Whirred
Sun; D; lut In lots 13 nnd IS, blk
11, Kaplolanl Tract, Honolulu; '11 7U.
II 316, p 37. Dated Mar 8, 1909.
Kin Kee to Sett Hlng; II S; 1
haro n iMik Hop Sing Co, Wala
lua, Oahu; fMOO. II .121, p 14G.
Dated Sept 10, 190S.
Henry Wnterhouso Trust Co Ltd
to Jacob M Lee; Itel; lots 41 and 4G,
(lullrk tract, Honolulu; $900. 11 :!UC,
p 2S!I. Dated March 10, 1U0!).
Jacob M Lee and wf to Horn D.i
Sllva; D; lots 44 and 4i, Untitle
tract, Honolulu; I1S00. II Slfi, p
39. Dated Mar 10, 1909.
iPaul Muhl't.tidorf by ntts; No
tice; application for reg title of Ap
C, Kul COM, Knlllil, Honolulu. 11
321, p 147 Dated Mar 11, 1909.
.Kmtna L Muullawii to Wlllinm K
Namauu; I); pc land. King St, Ho
nolulu; r,00. It 31C, p 40. Dated
Murch 11, 1909.
Henry Wnterhouse Trust Co Ltd
tr to Wm Kaula; Itel; pur Or 3ticr,
Hackfeld St, Honolulu; flOOO. II
3UC, p 2G9. Dated Mar 11, 1909.
William Kaula nnd wf to Henry
Wnterhouse Trust Co Ltd tr; M; por
(lr 3GCr,, Hackfeld St, Honolulu; $1,
100. 1) HOC, p 209. Dated Mar 11,
Illchnrd II Trent tr to Mllle Mor
ris; Par Itel; lot D, 2840 sq ft land
Morris lane, Honolulu; II. II 30C,
p 273. Dated Mar 10, 1909.
Mllle Morris to Mary J Palau; I);
lot D, 2840 so ft land.bldgs, etc, Mor
rls lane, Honolulu; SSG0 II 310, p
42 Dated Mar 10, 1909.
S Hlga et 1 to Olaa Sugar Co I,d:
CM; cane crops, etc, ou 17 9-10 acres
land, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii; 11 and
Indvtu 11(174 11 306, p 260. Dated
Mar 1, 1908.
I II Okcmolo to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd;
CM; inue crops, etc, on 6 1-0 ucrcx
land, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii; 11 and
adv to $366. II 306, p 262. Dated
Jan 1, 1909.
K Sklmago to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd;
CM; cane crops, etc, on 121-0 ncrcs
land, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii; $1 and
adv to $72G. II 30G, p 2GS. Dated
Jan 1, 1909.
T Bheda ct nl to Olaa Sugar Co
Ltd; M; lot Gl of Patent 4849 and
cane crops on (same, Nil the home
stead tract. Puna, Hawaii; $1 and
adv lo $180. II 306, p 267. Dated
Mar 1, 1909.
Kaalhue Ololua and wf to Joseph
ine Vlera; D; 1 Bhare )n It P (Ur)
2134 hul laud, Keplo, Kaupu, Maul;
$2S. It 311, p 436. Dated I'eb 18,
Kaalhue Olqlua nnd wf to Nniuaka
et al; D; 1 shure la it P (Or) 2134,
hul hind, Keplo, Kaupo, Muul; $2G.
II 311, p 437. Dated I'eb 18, 1909.
M A Holu und wf to M 8 Medelros;
D; 1 ncro land, Kuan, Hainukuapoko,
Maul; $100. II 311, p 438. Dated
Nov 17. 1908.
l.uuba K Copp and hsh (G) to
Ching j'lp et ul; D; por H P (Or)
198G, Wulakoa, Kula, Maul; $400.
II 311, p 129, Dated I'eb 27, 1909.
Jobe Puitado und wf to KuJIbuya
shl JItaro; D; 2 27-100 acres land,
Plilehu-ikl. Kula. Maul; $200. Ii
311, p 440, Dated Mar 8, 1909.
Recorded March 12, 1009.
Mary J Palau und hsb (J) lo Mca-
al Kokuewn; M; lot D, 2840 sq ft
land, hldgs, etc, Morris lane, Hono
lulu; 12.10. I) 306, p 274. Dated
Mar 10, 1909,
Lam Yip and wf to I,eo Oniric ;
D; Iht in pors Ap 3, It P 144, Kul
141, It W, etc, Itlver and Kukul Sts.
Honolulu; $1. II 316, p 4G. Dated
Leo Chucl. and wf to l.au Shoe;
Int In pors Ap 3, H P 144. Kill
141, II W, etc, rtlvei and Kukul Sts,
Honolulu; $1. II 316, p 51. Datod
Mar 11, 1909.
Anna M Paris to Est S N Cnstlo
Ltr; D; tut In pc land, bldgs, furnl-
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, March 23.
SYDNEY An Ived Mar 21-
H. 8. Mojiiii, hence Mar 0
SAN I'HANCISCO Arrived Mnr 23
8. 8, China, 9 n in., hence Mnr. IG
llll.O-S.illod Mar. 21
8 8. Arlziuian, for New Yoik la
KAIIULUI-Halled Mch 22:
llklu. W. I'. GnrmeM, for Port Town
send MA11UKONA Sailed Mch. 10:
J. II. Unite, for Sim Kranelsco.
YOKOHAMA Snlled Mar. 20;
8. 8. Che J i. Tor Honolulu.
SAN ritANCISCO Anlved Mnr. 20:
8. 3. Mexican, from Snllna Cruz. ,
SAN PltANCISCO Anlu-d Mill 22-
Schr. Defender, from Hotiulpti.
SAN rilANC'ISCO Sailed Mar. 22.
ilktnu Irmgard, for Honolulu.
i:LK!:i.H Sailed Mch. 20:
llktn. Mnkuwell, for Port Towiihcnil
Saturday, March 20.
SAN ntANCISCO Airhed Mh 20:
8. S. .Mexican, from Snllna Cnu
YOKOHAMA Salltd Mill. 20.
8 S. Cliljo Mnru, for Honolulu.
Friday, March 19,
SEATTLE Sal ed March IS-
8 8. Virginian, for Honolulu
LKITH Hulled Mm eh IS
tier kp. Nonlsee fur Honolulu
SAN HtANUIKCO-Salled Mincli 19-
8 8. Nippon Mnru, fur Honolulu, 1
IlIllSIIANt: Railed March 19:
8. S. Aoraugl, for Honolulu
KAHULUI Sailed Mine li IK:
8. 8 Arlzonuli, for Illlo.
HILO Arrived Mnich IS.
Schr Gamble, from Ludlow.
TACO.MA Sailed Mnr 19:
Schr, PioHper, for Knhuliii.
SAN KUANCISCO AnUed Mar 19
S. 8. Enterprise, from Illlo.
Thursday, March 10.
SAN, ntANCISCO-S died Miuch 17
Sclir. Jus. Holph, fur llniia
SAN KUANCISCO- Sailed Mar. IS:
S 8 Pleiades, fur Honolulu
POHTTOWNSHND-Airhed Mch 18.
Schr Hubert l-owem, lienec Mai, I
Ilktue. T P. Eiulgh. from Illlo.
MAHUKONA AirlMd Mnr. 17:
Ilktue. Hawaii, from Newcastle.
TEN YCAnS Or ECZEMA
Kt'iKirts mi trzeiiia dating hack 10
years hlmw the value of exiern.il tient
meut. Tho Honolulu Drug Co, of this
city, enn tell any siinVreiwh.it reports
they have been getting from oallenlH
who used oil of wintirgreen. thy mo!
and glycerine in liquid fi-in, us lorn
pounded In I). 1). I) Prexcilptlnn It
would be Interesting to know whelhei
any person cured us ninth iih lo )erK
ago had had another touch of the dla
(Continued from Pace 1)
al MiimiiiIc hodlei, wan al the wh'iif
to watch tho vlsllorii depart ami the
liiciubeis of Ihe pally vveie llleiallv
biuuthered with lels. Kith was iilso
given a little keepsake.
Most Worllii Grand Mation Wash-
burn and her uil v. eie heiu IIiko
weeks. During Hint time they vvuo
the recipients of nrinv atlentlons 'Ihe
membera of Hie pail) curled maiii In
teresllng gifts uvwi. v.'llh lliem, mm
of Hie most ihnriicterlstlc being a cil-
uhash tet. the gift of Mark toblnno.i
Henry Aeh ncqulien Alio Itucfs big
auto us part hcttlemint for services.
Lord Gulhrlo rldlculeii the suiisatlnu
nl Stirling divorce case.
til re, etc, Kuplolanl ltd. Honolulu;
$31.00. II 316, p r.r. Dated Mar
Yee Kim Choy to Kaneoho HUe
Mill CovLtd, C M; leasehold, live
stock, tools, rice crops, etc, Kaniohe,
KiHilaupoko, Oahu; $150. II :;iji,
p 276, Dated Mar 11, 1909.
Mary K AMuo nnd hsb (C) lo
Hank of Hawaii Ltd; M; lots 13 and
14, hldgs, etc, of Paulo Knlatil.u
Tract, Kumakol.i, Honolulu; $2 Ml
II 306, p 279. Dated Mm- 12, IUII9
William H Custlo and wf to Molllo
A Yap; D; Irit In lota 7 uud K, blk
C, KululanI trait, Honolulu; $2uu.
II 31G, ii 56. Dated Mnr 5, 1909.
Maiy A Wills and hsb (T C) to
D II Muidodi; D; rGs :U91, 1091,
16K.4, 3393 mid 3392, hldgx, etc,
Kuhiiwul, etc, Kaupo, Maui. II 316,
p 43. Dated Keli 10, 1909
J J Diuiiimoud nnd wf to Antonio
Hunrlqiies; D; por It P (Gr) 254G,
Makiialiie, liana, Muul; $250. II 316,
p 45. Dated Oct 7, 1908.
Recorded March 13, 1909.
II Kulio to riikushlmn; II S; 2
sui I ays, 1 express wagon, 1 3-sealed
stage und live stock, Kcopukn, 8 Ko
mi, Hawaii; $12GU II 321, p 148.
Dated I'eb 22, 1909
Pioneer llldg & Loan Assn or Ha
waii to John M Uliinnhelo Jr; Itel,
pc land, hldgs, ete, Llllha St, Hono
lulu; $1000. II 306, ii 284, Dated
Mnr 11, 1909.
N Tukuhushl et nl to Peurl City
Fruit Co Ltd; O M; lut In leasehold
pineapple plants, etc, Wuhiawa. Wul-
inliiii, Oahu; $7034. SO. I! 30ii. p
285. Dated OH 3. 1908.
IVItz Row old und wf to W Kuhl
innnn; I); por Gr 3545, Kallhl, Ho
nolulu; $100. II 31G, p 59, Dali.il
Mur 13, 1909,
Tuemln. March 23
M. N. 8. 8. Iljadus, Alweii, from Se
attle. ,1 p. in.
Htliu. .1, A. CmiimlliH, Senile, hum
Wultiiniinlo, 7 p in.
Wednesday. Miuh 21.
Htntr. ninnillui'. llonnett. (loin Illlo
utid Muul ports, 4 M u in.
Ktmr. w II. nail, uiiiiiipioii, iiiuii
Kauai, i : r I a m.
Tw-Hiluy, Muroli 2.1.
Slmr. Klnnii (lli'giiry, foi Kauai, .
Slmr Mlk-ili.il.i. IVdorKeii, for Moln
kal, r. 1r p in
Weitm Nil iy, March 21.
(). 8 8 Al.iuieiln. Dnvvdell, fix- Kill
I'iiiik Ik'o. in II III,
I'cr htmr Claiiilluo, from Illlo mill
Mini pnrtri. Match 21 Cadet Mctliiru,
t'mlvt Puck. Ah IMiu; I. Y Almm. Mlsn
M. Iloloniiille, .1 II Win. I. It, (! ilrown,
.1. II Wlifini v.l re ami 2 i-hlhlien. .MIki
Al. Lo. MIkh i: loitMli. Mlsn It Nnl
oiKi, Mix. 8. II Itandiill ami ion. It.
IVplouskl. !r and (lillil, E L Nnil-in-inii
W (I. S'citl W 1' Kapiiliinl.
Lihi .loo. Mauler K'hlhlwul. II C Mill.
.Mrs. lining riiomr, A A EIIihiiii, I".
Call. N. A. Neilln.ili. 11 De Piles, It.
Sntlo, .li . mid v.lfe an.l I'l ilnl-.
Per Flmr W. (1 ll-ill. rnmi Kaunl.
Muiih 21 Kiivvakiiinl, Mih Kanaka-
ml. MiiKtt-r Kiivviikdiul .MIkk LuiM, MIs '
WeliirliolniLr. Mrs. V II Jennings. K
tlk.iiio. N. IniafiiKl, Tung Man, Mm.
l-.Mi(hlld ami 2 ihllilri'ii ami scivaiil,
A (lurtli-i. It. L. Smith. A. P. Kill iclo.i.
K Ytihlilukn .1 K. Knllol iiml II deck.
Per 8. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for
San 1'rnnrli.to, 10 . m Mr. an. I
Mis. Unlit. See, Mr mid Mrs. rieteh-
ii. Miss M Kraut. Mrs Matthew.
Mih KiiIii, Mih mid Miss Srhaefer.
C L. Giemi and wife. Mlxa M. Ilorli
er, Mr. nnd MisSKIniiill, Mi. nnd Mrs.
Hurry Melntlie, II E. nnd J II. Me-
Cane, .Mih Goidoti, MIhs Hlnnley, MIhhi
G ainlth. M M OShailKhnessv. Mih.
P. L. Weaver, Mrs. .1. 11. ltlchards,
I' Y. rietcher, Mrs. Geailn nnd
daughter, W. G. lth.vne. Mr. nnd Mrs.
I) V. II Lowe, Mlsn Casey, Mist L.
Wiislit-tt. I II. Carioll, MIhs II, Cil
ery, Mr. WIIIIuiiih, Mr. and Mra. Mil
ler, Mm Ketks, Mis. Wushorn, 8. 1).
Aldkli, (1 II. Mnier. It. 11. Thump-
run, Miss Saunders, Mm. L. Spencer,
J. II. Unwell ami wife. Mm. G. W.
Hume. .1. J. Cocked and wife, .1, A.
-Per stinr. Mlkahala, Plltr., for Jiln
luknl 5 p. in., Miuch 23. (i. A.
Ilmtwell and party.
THE STEAMKK W G ll.ill ul.l, I
arilved this ininnliig fiom Kuiril,
brought us her cnign IDii I h iks kiiv.ii-.
inn Iijkh lice linili, 09 empl wine li if
u li. 11 empty beer ham Ik. 17 luimlli-n
uiiptl beer hutlles. 1 iiiii-iliimt nulii.
20 lum lull), I roller, 1 nluift, lr.ll (anes
plllillliplis. 74 li ic'.nirea niiu!rle Pur.
sir Chaiiuy reiKirls the following siiK4r
un iviiiuii le-iui ror slilpnieut: K. w.
M. 7i ; (i. It.. 61S5; Mak . 5-1SC.T;
Mrll., IB 209; P, 111 21:!; G I. r.Jlo
K. P 2(1111; M. H.Co.3'1.111; K. S Vu .
THE CI.MIDINE leiurnel this
liiornllig one dill ahead or her legultii
ai living date. She liriiiu;hl u good
sized list of passengem und 26 Iiukh
mid 102 packages Htiiidilea us her sif
go Aa hiion us her i.irg i vmik iiiiIo til
ed nt her whuir t.lie went over to Hio
inniliio rallwn. where hc In bilng
given u general nverhaudiu
MEETING TO DISCUSS
A Hcslciii of the l'li'.nnce Coiuuilt
leu of the House wan li,.,l ,lHl n,.,i
for the pill pore of louddeiliiK the
Liquor Hill. A iilimlici nf tin, mi in
hora of tho l.tqiiui De.ilem' AsmkIii
tlon were preeut, und weie uiiiim
pankd hi theli nttiiinei, J. ('. i.
tciB, who piesimteil to tin. lommllteu
th liquor nan's view of tin, miillm.
Ho slated that the bill as unieiideil
does not tuke nwii finm t, Teul
toiy mil or lis piesent power to inn
trol t lie. Ilqimv luifcliiesH, tin, mil
amendment being thut giving the
ilg)t or appeal fiom iIciIhIoiik of the
Llietise I Io.ii d to ;i Cliuilt Juilgi. li
iiiniuiieis Tho mil effect or tills
nnicndment, he said, would hu to lim
it tho mliltrary power or tho chali
inati of the CoiiiiiiIhsIoii ho Hint ho
lould not net entire! ni cording In
his own ilkes mid dislikes in thioiigh
A commltieo of tho board of esti
mates or New Yoik dt Iiuh diildi-F
that the helcht ut Hkjser.il" is rhix'l
not bo limited mj lung ,ih Hi. Iuilldlii .
allow light mid ventilation .for adjoin
PCT BULLETIN ADS PAV njj
Sea Wrens, $ LOO
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Vyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
I itu UUiUbca u. WVU,K.,K5, JJUAi
AND MACHINE WORKS
' King St. opjK-N' Sonth St.
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