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I..CJL- '''I.. ..-.I WlMiA K.i- Wi5--
EVENING nUltETIN, IlONOiMJMJ, T II., TUESDAY, MAR .10 1009.
Rote Croix Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
UABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Ikouday evening at
' 7; 30 In I. O. O t" Hall, Fort Street.
E. H. HENDRT, Secretary.
P. D. WICKK, N. U.
All vwttlug brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of, P.
llMti every first and third El
Jar evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Vliltlng
orotbers eordlally Invited to attend.
I", It. NUGENT, C. C.
II. Q03LINU, K. n, B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, B. F. O.
R., will meet In tnalr ball oa Ktni
tear Fort Street every Friday even.
Uy order of tbe E. n.:
I1UNIIY C. EASTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. B-.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'cleelc In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Vlsle
Ice brnthori cordially Invited to av
T. M. McOREW. C. O.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. IK. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. B.
Meeta on thn 2nd and 4th WTID
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7. o'clock In K. of r. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort itreeti.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to
W. JI. McCOY, V,'., Prest.
H. T. MOOP.E. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meeta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlchta of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invttod to attend.
OEO. SANDEnSON. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, O. of n.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
'Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in Tolls and sheets.
AMEBIOAN-HAWAIIAN .PAPBB A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen fits., Sonolalu.
Tel. 410. Georjre G. Gulla, Gn. MgT.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office; Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
Kins St.; P. 0. Box 814.
DlAiiIc books of nil eorta, lodgers
etc., niknufact tired by tbo Bulletin
germs into the
home and are a
positive menace to life,
and also the greatest
destroyers of property.
Electric Rat and
is-a sura ettermlnator of rats, mice, cock
roaches and all vermin. It Is better than
traps It drives them out of tbe bouse to
die. Money back It It falls.
S os. boi We: It o. toi Si oa Sold evtrrwliere
or sent iprM prtptUl oa reoeltit of trice.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago, IIL
ALL KINDS AT
E0XSL NEAE UNION.
is written on every flee U
"1885" lilvenvan we sill.
We Cari7 It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Om fBarantse coes with
J. A. R. Vieira &Co.
HI HOTEL 8TRKBT
Beantifnl Model Receive y
BO'iTON BLDO.. FORT BT.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'TV Ve'vistai TTailttne t 4 lea eTanasi H
I 111 C 1VSI AJfcWMlf; UU ,M ViVU
Meals At All Hours.
vVINSS, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS
W. C. BEUGIN. Proprlater.
Cor Distilled Water and Assorts!
Soda Watst, delivered te ofloe an!
residues. BINS UP (17,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1213 Miller St.
M. S. BE SA
Veals and Short OrsWs at All TLsnes
of the Day and Vifht. Ws Never
Sleep. roiT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
H. Wm. WARHAM. Prof
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING BT.
rhs Best Whiskey on the Harknt
THOS. F. McTIOHE ft CO.. AGENTS
101-103 RING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply o.,Ld;
03-1 FORT ST. '
$s-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
LOCAL AND IENERAL
Orders for the Industrial Edition
of the Evening Bulletin will
be taken by any of the B u 1 1 e t in's
newsboys, at fifty cents a copy.
Ten Rood autohnoks. Phone C.
ThcMnticliiirln and (ho Alameda ar
rived In 8nn Francisco today.
No better lunches are to be had in
town than those served at the Royal
Hatnano, a Jnpanose, was committed
to ttiu Insane nsylum tills mnrnlnR by
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Maatg. Co., toi
A. Knmlseii will speak tonight on
fclenco and Immortality nt the Knplo
lanl liulldliiR nt 7-4G.
Dald Manuel, chhrged vllh tlucats
appeared In the Pollco Court this
mornltiK and hla caso was nolled,
I.leut Cnnidr Mnses, captain of the
yard, returned last night In tho Knkul.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Mown.
Coat your Iron roof's with "Arable."
You Will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Food Co.. agents.
The Industrial Editism of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapixd
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office.
Captnln Itees, commandant of the
Naval Station, vho has been III for
the last fow days. Is able to Ret down
to his ofllee In tho naval Btatlon.
Oo to Ulom's today and t'et a coat
or dress for tho daughter, Tho most
Ktyllali garments over shown at a sala
are to be had at Dlom's Ihln week.
Try Hycrort's Sodas, ujitll you do,
you won't know How' lh beet kind of
sodas, the purest In quality and flaoi,
really tactes. Uycroft's sodas are .dif
ferent. I'hone 270.
If you are thinking of taking a
trip abroad, better learn to speak
French or German. Prof. Mathews,
G7 Young Hotel, guarantees to teach
you In five" weeks.
The annual meeting of the. stock
holders of the Kllauea Volcano House
Co., Ud will bo held on March 31,
1909, nt 4:30 o'clock p. m., at the office
of the Inter-Island S. N. Co., Ltd., In
Charles D. Towns Is a passengor on
tho Chlyo Mnru, returning to tho main
land after attending the International
Antl-Oplum Conferenco In tho Orient.
He called yesterday morning on Gov
ernor Frenr, and also on Dr. C. I).
In the case of V I.. Stanley, tem
porary administrator of tin! estate of
George D. Gear, deceased, vs. Henry
Wltthoff, two of the garnishees, E.
A. Douthttt and E. C. Peters, were
discharged this morning by Judge
Jo8ei.li Ilueh, Mrs. Uuali. Cruzedn,
and Mr. and Mrs. Achl wero each fined
tlO and J3.15 costs, by Judge Andrada
this morning from a general melee In
which the Garcia family wetu also
accused of participating but wero
found not guilty.
Water Is running over tho spill
way at Wahlawa. The big dam Is
filled for the first time In two years,
and It assures an ample supply of
water for tho coming seuuon, that
promises to bo oneot the moat pros
perous In the history of Walalua.
SLY GROG CONVICTION
License Inspector Fennell worked
up a caso cleverly against II. De Ton
te of Punchbowl, for running a blind
pig. It appears that Fennell has
been awaro for some months that
liquor was being sold without a li
cense, but was unable to secure evi
dence of the fact. However, hearing
that a Japanese barber on Punchbowl
could generally manage To get a
drink for a customer, Fennell In
structed a spy to become a natron of
'the barber,. The Informer weht reg
ularly to he shaved, etc., and gradu
illy became friendly with tho man
if Bhears. On first broaching the
subject of lliiuld refreshment the spy
wob met with "No savee," hut on a
subsequent occasion the tonsorlnl ar
tist relented nnd paid a brief visit to
the sly grogshop.
Much to the barber's astonishment
Fennell greeted him as he emerged
from the Joint, laden with a bottle
of booze. Tho sclssorninn's opinion
of the spy was delivered with em
phasis and his remarks wero very
much to the point. However, De
Ponte wsb found guilty this morning
before Judge Aridrade, and sentence
wob deferred till tomorrow. Tho
Judge remarked that the case was
cleverly wprlted up, and that most of
the dirty work hid been left to oth
ers. Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial -Boom Phons iTSS.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
AC 6 vmn en ennire kk
the' best "FiiTEBi" in iowh)
MISSOULA. "Montana, Mnrch 2H
Milwaukee A Ht Paul Itallroad, connecting Milwaukee nnd .Seattle, lum
LONDON, Kni?., Mnrch 20. K (-President Itooxctcll has nn'.ved it
the Atores, It Is reported that liti life was toiiRhl by (tiilseppo 'liijtl,
a steerage passenger, who sought to
Mm. The man was ruptured nnd Ironed. I'ew noticed the Ineldenl.
For the British Navy
LONDON, Knit, March 29. Ily n vole of 3B3 lii'M 3fi, the House of
Commons refused to express u lack of ronlldencu lu the Government's na
m i .. i e
INDIAN CHIEF SURROUNDED
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., March 29. In Height between the depu
ties and militia on one side nnd tho Indians' on tho other, one Inillnii ,
was killed and eight captured. The chief has been surrounded.
SALT LAKH CITY, Utah, March
lulled States Court of
000 acres of coal land and paid u lino
GOVERNOR HAY OF WASHINGTON
OLYMPIA, Wash., March 29. Lieut. Governor liny was sworn In
as Governor today, to succeed Governor Cosgrove, deceased.
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ADMIRAL CONVERSE IS DEAD
WASHINGTON, U. C, Mnrch 29. Hear Admiral Converse, I). S. N.,
Lewis & Co., Ltd., carry n complete
assortment of suit cases,
A neatly furnlMied roosqulto-prool
room und board can bo hail at 749
Several very desirable and useful
articles for office and home use are for
sale at bargain prices by tho Union-Pacific
Transfer Co. Sou them In clussl
fled ad columns.
Our J'.CO baseball and football vhoos
arc guaranteed to give perfectly satis
factory wear und service. You'll find
them nit rlp.nt lu every wuy Me
Incrny Shoo Store.
Children's books nro selling at tho
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd., nt greatly re
duced in Ices to clear out tho stork. All
tho best oems, folk stories, nature
stories, etc., at bargains.
Dekorato Is a hygienic, durable wall
finish In the form of a dry powder;
ready for Instant uso nftor tho addition
of cqld water. It always gives perfect
satisfaction. Sold by Lowcrt, & Couke,
Do you know vshat will becomo of
your proerty If you dlo without icuv
Ing a will? Come and consult us about
your will. Wo will help yon muko It
out free of charge. Hawaiian Triiiit
Forcegrowth Is Nature's nblest as
clstant. It performs wonders, but In u
blniple, natural way. It enriches the
boll by supplying tho qualities in which
It Is lacking. Sold at K, O. Hall &
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com.
pany's freighter Virginian will leave
for Elcole, tomorrow morning to re
ceive s'ugar. Tho Pleiades, of tho same
line, will leave for Kuanapall nest Frl
day morning, whence she will proceed
to San FrancUcu direct.
THE BAIIK Fooling Suoy has fin
ished dlscharRlng her car no at tho
Bishop slip. Captain Wlllett, the skip
per, will probably leave for Jho other
islandH to g'ot'siigur,
THE NOEAU will leavo this after
noon at G o'clock for Molokai, Maul,
and Lanai. The only passenger book
ed to leave in her Is A. Hitchcock of
Pukoo, Molokai, ,
THE LiailTIIOUSE TENDER Ku
kul, Captain Jobson, arrived last
night from Kauhakakal, .Molokai.
She Is docked at the foot of Hlchards
' THE STEAMEUS Mauna Kea nnd
Mauna Loa left at noon today for
Maul and Hawaii. Both steamers
carried fairly good lists of passen
THE BAniC Andrew Wolcli, Captain
Kelly, which left horo with a full-load
of sugar, arrived at Sun Francisco yes
terday, according to a cablegram.
THE R. C. SLADE. which mada a.
sood run from the mainland, is docked
at the foot of Fort Btrcet, whero sho
will unload her cargo of lumber.
. . to
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Man.
churla. Captain Frcllo, arrived ot San
Francisco yesterday from this port,
alio left hero March 23,
THE KINAU sails this afternoon
for Kaua, She leaves at C o'clock.
Tho last iipll,e of Ihr I'lilcnR",
climb to the tipper dock In reach
PLEADS GUILTY "
29. -The Utah Coal Co. pleaded
the fraudulent acquisition oMIil,-
T- INDUSTRIAL SECTION -f
Agricultural Possibilities of Hawaii. 25
Bee Industry and Tariff, by A. I".
Coffee Industry 40
Evening Bulletin History S
Ewa Plantation Company 3
Forests and Sugar Industry 34
Grove Farm , 21
History of Sugar Industry by R.
D. Mead 1-7
Hawalaln Sugar Co 21
Halawa Plantation 27
Hllo Sugar Co 28
Hawl Mill and Plantation Co., Ltd.'. 29
Honomu Sugar C6 30
Hakalau Plantation Co., Ltd 31
Hawaiian Mahogany Co., Ltd 31
Honokaa Sugar Co., Ltd 33
Hamakua Mill Co., Ltd 33
Hawaiian Tobacco 25
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co.... 3G
Hawaiian Agricultural Co i., 35
Hllo Railroad Co 38
Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange 41
Homesteadlng and Tariff 47
Honolulu Harbor 46
Honolulu Plantation Co 10
Hawaiian Commercial &. Sugar Co. 13
Kahulul Railroad Co 15
Kahuku Plantation Co 12
Kaeleku Sugar Co. 17
Koloa Sugar Co 22
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co 23
Kekaha Sugar Co., Ltd 23
Kukalau Plantation Co .' . . , 35
Kohala Sugar Co 37
Kukalau MCI Company 31
Llvo Stock Industr 34
Laupahoehoe Sugar Co 32
Land Laws and Labor Problems... 20
Llhue Plantation Co s 20
Maul Homestead Movement 12
Maul Agricultural Co 14
McBryde Plantation .., 13
Makee Sugar Co '...., 21
Nlulll Plantation 32
Ookala Sugar Plantation 32
Olan Sugar Co 29
Onomea Sugar Co 28
Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd 9
Olowalu Company ., 17
Pioneer Mill Co 18
Puakea Plantation Co 29
Puako Plantation Co 29
Pepeekco Sugar Co 30
Pacific Sugar Mill 34
Public Schools , -39
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co 36
Pineapple Industry 42,43
Rice Industry ,, 38
Rubber Industry 17
Onion Mill Company 35
Volcano Stables 37
Walanae Sugar Co. 11
Walmanala Sugar Co 11
VVsl.-ja gricultural Co 10
Walakea Mill Co.-. 27
Walmei Crg-.r Co 22
Walluku Sugar Co 10
P. S, Fadolla; who was leprcsented
by Attorney HnrrlHon this morning In
the District Court, furnished a. bund
of $300 to keep tho pcaco for hx
The Knlsur libs not "sworn ofT"
alcoholic drinks, ns rumor has declar
ed. Ills Mujesty is annoyed ut tliu
capital' which tempernncu. onlliuul
atti hayo made of "the rumor, which
Is now officially btated to be -iittcr-ly
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.r
Motor. $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
; King fit opp'Ne South 8t
IN FOREIGN POttTS
Tuesday, March 39,
SAN lltANCISCO -Arrived Mch. 20
H. H. .Mamhurla, heiicu Mar. 23.
Ilk..Andrcw Welch, hence Mar 11.
KAN FRANCISCO Arrived Mar. 30.
S. S. Alameda, hence Mar, 24.
riAI.INA.CUUK Sailed Mar. 27;
S. H. Mlssnuilan, for San rr.moli'.cci.
IIILO Sailed Mch. 27:
H. 8. Toxan, for Hallnn Cms.
il:in.l-"-AniU'd ,1nr. 2S:
Schr Jas. Itnlpli, from Sati Fran
Monday, March 29.
HAN FHANCIHCO Hailed Mar. 2S:
Ki John I'na, fur Hllo.
HAN FRANCIHCO-Salled Mar. 27:
H. H. KntcriirlKO for Hllo.
HKAT.TI.K Airlu-il Mar. 28:
8. 8. Mexican, fiom Hun Krniictsci
OAVIOTA Arrived .Mar. 29:
Schr.'-M.jH. Chllcott, henco Mar. 10.
(Continued from P?a )
Lu due- for 11 re.il stock Hurry.
The sulci this imitniiiR took up
quite two columns on I lie stool: sheet,
and that Is reniuikable. The blocks
were ROod-sireA. In Fume Hues it Is
u lirokeis' 111:11 Let.
Thero wns general buying anil
telling till ailing the Hue with Wiila
lua making the most notable ad
vances. This stock Mild this morn
ing In ((insfdeinljle umouulH at )9f
and the session clincd with II held
bluing at par. Tho news fiom the
Wahlawu dam Hint tho big reservoli
Is running over had much In dn with
Hnwaliaii Commeiclal sold nt tliu
stable llRiiru of J IK.. Some shores
of Hutchinson sold ul 11 slight ad
vance. Pineapple stiVk ens,. In for
lecojinltlof ami lliewery slotk pinv
d lo be ery strong. Suiiie biiiull
Iris of Hawaiian Agilciilturul niu
(omlng 011 tho market at advancing
prices. Mcllode. is going lu hiiuiII
lots at n low tlguro. bought up by
Ihoso who uiii iiicl.lug up good
things on the strong showing of the
pljntatlon for the present crop and
lis l.irgn supply of water fur In (na
tion of the (dining mips. Kwu
booms to be heading tuwuid $30, and
Oahu keeps going up.
KUKUI BACK FROM
(.'Continued From P.-r-e 1) '
dlelon, Fc'oud O Ulcer lllaekxtoiie,
and Chief Engineer 1'ieil. C'laik nre
anxious to tost thn siced nf Ihr
llugshlp Mauna Kea of the lntcr-lsl-and
lleet. They v.ild this moinlng
that Hie llltlii Kukul run beat tho
Miuinii Ken If given 11 clianie tu
race. They aro positive that If the
Mauna ICeu can make fifteen hunts
an hour, tliu Kukul will innkn sixteen
Tho Kukul is n fast boat nnd has
powerful engines. On reluming
from Katinukak;l csterday sho
mada n n unusually fast ritn.
The Kukul, which Is being clean
ed, up today, (will not go to Kniiul
again until nfler tho arrival of LI.
Victor Houston, tho new llghthoitso
Inspector, by tho transput t Hhorldnn
011 April r.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
March 23, 1S09rftafgtafggwktawkllllll
Entered for Record March 29, 1903,
from 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m. '
list, of 11. P. lllshop by Trs to Terrl- '
lory of Hawaii t
Chan. Alku und wf lo Isabel Nnmuuti.l)
Entered for Record March 30, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 13:33 a. m.
Est or S Roth by Tr to Adclo N
Trent Trust Co.. Lid to J W Sunto.i
1 '.. Kul
Ever try tho Owl I'lvo Cent cigar?
It you haven't, ou'vo missed tho fin
est fle-ccnt smoko on earth. Tho Owl
Is world-famous, and (ho favorite whor
over It is I'liown. Sold by-M. A. Guns!
THE JAPANESE liner Chlyn Mam,
wlilcli jirrhecl from' tho Orient yestei'.
day, left for San Francisco this morn
ing nt 8 o'clock.
An Iclclo weighing between 200
and :i0u pounds, wlilcli fell from tliu
loot of the Hascltou furnace, at
luungsldwn, Ohio, struck ItnjnionJ
Heiigan, aged 17 jours, nnd Patrick
McCun, 11 furnace employe Hengau
is IhoitKht to bo fatally Injitied.
J-1-. mm 11 ii 1
NEW - TODAY
ANNUAL MEETING ,
Kilauea Volcano House Co., Ltd,
Tho Annual Mooting of Ihe sloek
holders of Ihe Klluucu yoleunn House
Co., Ltd., litis been lulled by the
President for Wednesday. Match 31,
1909, ut 1:30 u'clocU p. in., at the
ollico or tliu Intcr-lBruiiil 8. N. Co.,
Ltd., In' Honolulu.
A N. CA.MPIIELL,
MondaV, Mnreh 20
M. N. 8, 'H. Ilyuiles. Alv.cn. for H.111
Frnnelsoo, !:2l i. In.
Htlnr. Ko An Hon, Sachs, fur Hawaii,
f. p. tit.
Tuesday Mnrrli 30.
T. K. K. S. 8. Chlyu Alnril. Hir H.m
l-'runcslrn, S u in.
' P. M. S. 8. Siberia, fiom H.111 Fran.
risen. 11. 111.
PASSENQER8 ARRIVED ' I
.!: , 1.
Per Htntr. Klirm, (Iregnry, for Kniuii,
Mareh 30. Dr. H.nidnw, A. U. -lordnn.
.1. II. Hale. Dr. (llulsyer, Mrs. .lesslo
Per slmr. Noeau, Pills, for Moloknl
nnd Maul, S p. 111.--W. Illtehrork.
.PA3SEN0ER8 DEPARTED f
fVr ptni'.'Maiinu Kea. for Maul polls
iti-1 Hllo. Murrh 3(1 -P. T. C0III1111. II.
T. Hal clay and wife. Ham Woods and
wirf, Frank Woods Geo. Hlrhnrdboii,
Mrs. .lames. Mis A. W. Klrlianlson, W.
Kr.mi W. (1. Wolkrr. It I. I.lllle. I.. .1.
Khllgls. It. P, HiidiOp. Miss II Keller.
Miss lllshop. ii. .limes. It. T. .loues, .1.
.1. Reiser. wlfi mid rlilld. A. Mnkoii P.
O'llrieu. K. LiAiger. Mrs. P. H Ilium.
Per r.tnir. Milium l.o.i, for M4111I anl
Hawaii ports. Mnrrli 30.-C. L. Heal, L.
Mnrr.irhino. P. (). Ilner. It. Hind P.
S. SeheniHtelii, I). It. Mnriin.'iehle, J.
A. Miupiln. .1 II. Puils nnd win. J. A.
Mnftunii and wlfo, P. Mendniirii,
Per T. K. K. H. 8. Clil)o M.'iril. fur
H:in rriinclpni, Manh SO. J. A. Colo
und wifef'c. r. O3I111110.
THE OIL HUH' Marlon Chlliolt,
nlilili left here iiliieleen days ngu, ur
lived at (invlutn eslenl.iy.
THE NIIIIAIT sailed today at noon
fur Mnhiikumi, Inking freight Tor Ihn
Tie lurffi't iu.-iitmh.lle inrp In nil
tli, Willamette Valley Is lint of Jnmi-M
('mix. In Hllv. 1 1..11. (iii-KJii. Anl Mr.
c'ntlii Is not nut 11 l.ltf iiietcti-int. Im 1 ii
lililtiintlirei.lxt ns will He til.is a ireuti-lui-
luli-rpsl In tliu wlrar. nf tils neliili
liirs, us ttiis tttti-r will nti.tw
O.IIi-m iC -lalniH I'rnlK. (lcral J!ir
eliiiiid!,.. ' . Hlll'prtrii. Ore.. Oil, 10. l!0r..
J.vn. J. i'IH.'idn x:o.iY:Jtni.iiieir I
uoulil tlkn you In siiutiiiv n Mlnili it
ulir niniiliills. I i-ltl print lots nf t-ils
toners tu our local tlnnrt:t,. u t urn u
Hlroiii; lMllei-r In our enru for ltrlslit's
DIp.-iim-, (tup to ttio nllowlnir: Tlio liKttl
phsiclanM irii a ounir Imly up as in
fiirnM,.. Jler father bniurilit a Ntmt!ilrt
er yours to m. lor my luhMc. rutiiut
1 kn-w two of ttioNe who, nniu'-s wero
Hlvi'M. lr. t i:.T. S. Kuti-Trinsiiitf
h'tkitil.tliifc ami lr. itrlle. 1 wrulo KinillSF
tux. Ills ujity wns m sntlsfnefory tliut
tin, JullliR- lady's falllt-r otili-re.1 six
tiitfUn. Ik-fore sho hint lluttluit two sho
mis out, ilrhlnK. and to-duy Is Icnclilnir
scli.iol lu ,rlzon.i. heiirty und well. I
hfiVe flone lots of talking lor 3011 this
lust four yours, nnd 11 Rood many of my
eiisKntiers who liavo Ii,h-ii ulllktiKl 1110
will. The reuiion that I am wrlllne this
Is Hint another 0110 wants to sUirt t.il.ln r
t.ie ftminptiml uml wants to n-ud up on
Ild you ever lienr of nnyllihik elsn In
ntl the world that Win so etriellvo that
InnlnrhH nun Nii no iinioin; th, li
ntlirlihors finil uiri. tliim to lasu It?
We sol-intuly dtrlnru ,0 ou that
IlrUhl'H IM-iaso nnd lilnlxlis uie now
Minililt In utawt H7 ir rent of nil m s
hy fnltonV Compounds. tnd for fito
Uioklit 10 Jno. J. Kultnn Co., r,M0 Km
P11I1 11 n(.iiu :'12 hiist striei. nuii
Pr.mchro. Cal , or ti Honolulu Urns
"Co., Foil St. 33
KAISER WINS OVER
BRITAIN IN CHINA
PEKIN llrltlsh dlphimutlc ami
llnauelul click's uro aroused tu pintesi
by China's nrruptnneo of the t.ennuu
loan of i.l.noo.ocri for tho const mcl Ion
of the Yunglso Eicllnn or the Canton
llnukow lallwuy. They clnw thn in
pudlutlnii of tho agreement of 10)5.
when the Ilongknng Knverniiiciit
loaned China 10,01)0,0011 fur the pur
rli.iso nf tho American rom-rssloii.
Tho deal presages fiirrearhlng re
nulls, Geriiuiiy has serureil an Ini
poitnnt foolliold lu the Yungtso valley,
long rlalpied ns a Hilllsh bphere, and
this Is erprclull) IriliJlliig. In uiMIIIum
lu the existing AngliMlermiui frfcllnn.
Chliiu's, union Is imiely n biislneiis
f.nV. Whon Iltlllfli Interests deellnrd
In meet Ihe German tnius. China :tr
rrpled the I liter, rlulnilng thai the nl
leged ugiveiiient of pjiis was only tho
1'ci'koiiiiI iissuinnro of tho llien vlro
iny. Chung Chili Tung, that llrltlsh
money would be favuicd. but not html.
jlng hn tint ventral goveiiiment, which
uie iiriiiin ronceiie.
Cliliiei-e olllc-luls irgurd tho (Ionium
ileferllini ns tho dawn of an oru moro
f.iiornlilo for lion owing uml freed
from r)iieiiuis tonus uml coiulltloiis.
The llrltlsh lialluvo that l!niin'a
(hnticeii 'in ii best .for tho navy I. nn,
wiileh Ihe Uililsh liavo until now con
fldently expected lo Issue,
Allen Genrgo licnlty, u sufo export
wlio udllisteil tho (neks on tin, viuilhi
of tho Flul .National Rank of Los
Angeles, Cul , was unesled lu Diy.
Ion. O., chnigoO with lobbing lliu
llfllll; Ht '-. ?llll I..U, I,... I....
.' T--..,-'" Hl.l IO-I-OIOUI ,
Ahuut TS00O was found Hi lleulty'u
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