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, WEEKLY CALEHDAR
Rose Croix Regular.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All liltlng members o( the
OnSei 01 cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
. HARMONY L01IUE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
McrU evei? Monday evening Ht
7t.10 lul O O IT Hall, Tart Street.
K U. linSDnr. Sscrolary.
V U IC'KU. N. 0.
All vliltlus brothers very cordially
0A1IU L0DOE. Xo 1, K. o! P.
Meet every first nnd third Frl
Jay o veulns ut 7:30 In 1C. of 1'. Hall,
corner Fen and Dcretanla. Vlaltlng
v. oroU)cn cordially Invited to attend.
-i t II Nt GENT. C 0.
H. OOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu 1 dt No H, " 1' O
Elks in. its In tlii'li hull on Kins
Btner neiir l-nrl, cci I'ilda even
ing li.l'mi. Hint hers mi cordially
iuvtteJ in .an ml
T DO! IIII'IT i: It
il ( I. hll)S Sii
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Ui vvery 2nd and 4th Saturday
ovkliiK 7 30 oc'orK In K. of P.
Qali, cor Tort uud ilcretanla. Visit
lag brothers cordially Invited to ni
lend. r m Mioncw, c a
n. a. jaouhsi:n, k. n. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MwU on tho 2nd and 4th WHD
IJESDA1 evenings of each month n(
7: SO o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
Dcictanla and Tort strents.
VUltlng Eagles are Invited to nt
tond W M Jtcl'Or. W Prost.
H. T. M0OPE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. II. M,
Musts every flrzt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of i
Pytbtss Hall Vlsltlcg brothers cor-'
dlaily In vlterl to attend
flKO SANDERSON' Sachem
K V TODD, C of n
KZ3ii L ' ' -! - IL
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yotr crocr for a bos
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
MtnjT'jjrnerxsaxj&jy - - TCfacr rwzcrc asar jv
All WaJ.s in rolls and sheets.
AUERICAN-HAWAnAN PAPEB 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Qncen bts, Honolulu.
1e 410 George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure,
CONTKACXOn ond BUILDER.
PLUMBING a,id PAINTINO.
, Ofllce: Honolulu Painting Co., 22
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
lllnnlt books of nil sorts, lodgers
etc, manufactured by thu Dullctln
WHEN YOU GET YOUR
by us you will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Yieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST PHONE 101,
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA,
BO'jTON BLDG., FORT ST.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beaoh."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W C. BEROIN. Proprietor.
For Oiitilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watci, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St
M. P.. DE 8A
The Manhattan Cafe
I Meals nnd Short Orders at All Times
, of the Dav and Nisht. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop.
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. B. Howat, D.V.S.
777 KINO ST. .
rhe Best Whiskey on the Mark-it.
rHOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS
10M05 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P 0. BOX 7?5
I TYPEWRITERS AND
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply fo.,Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Vr FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavo Hotel, Liliha Street.
niank books of nil sorts, ledger
etc , manufactured by tho Dullotln
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Orders for the Industrial Edition
ofthoEveningBu l'l e t i n will
be taken by any of the B u 1 1 e t ln's
newsboys, at fifty cents a copy.
Ten good auto hacks. Phone 6.
Tlio Alameda sailed for Honolulu
1'ntil tsonberg haB received n now
Tho regular mealing of tho Civic
IVderatlon v. Ill not ho held today,
Al Thurlow of tho Hoyal Annex
bitu'B tho finest meals In town
C. lleadon, accompanied Hnmucl
Duwsctt to the Islands In tho Mnkutit,
which arrived )eterday.
The Harvard Club gave n banquet at
the University Club last evening. Ilcv
Mr Dole made an nddrcss.
If j on want your hat cleaned rli-ht
send ll to tho Kxpert tint Cleaners,
Kort stiect, opposllo Club Stables.
Samuel Don sett returned on the lin
er Muk lira from Ilrltlsh ColumM t )es
lerday. bringing with him n number of
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapoed
reedy for mailing, 50 cents at B a 1
1 e t i n office.
Hon John 0 Woolley will speak
ut tho Kntlhl settlement, King street,
nar Gullck avenue, Sunday evening al
7 30 o'clock The public Is cordlall
Invited to nttend
Seals for the first nook of tho Pol
lard's No 1 Coinpaii) 's engagement
will be put mi snlo next Monday mom
lug at the llergstrom Music Co, The
I'rst pin) will bo "Tho Charity Hall,"
Tho Mm limits' Association Is doing
what It ran to make tho stay of tho
men on the Jnpiucse warships pleas
ant The Itest room In the Young
block was arranged by tho Association
and all the men from tho ships uro
given pasties to tho aquarium by the
Association llcfore thu departure, of
tho ships some social function will
probably bo given under tho auspices
of the merchants.
GARDEN PARTY TO
GoYarnor and Mrs. Frear
To Honor YMtlpg-'
At tho garden party to be given this
nfternoon by Governor Krear, In honor
of Admiral IchlJI of tho Japanese
squadron now In port, tho Japanese
unuil bind will be present.
In the receiving lino with Clovcrnor
nnd Mrs. Prcar will bo Admiral IchlJI
und stnir. Captains Islilt- and Sato of
the cruisers Aso nnd Sajo, and Consul
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
There were only a few cases at the
Police Court this morning nnd all
were quickly disposed of. Sam Pe
ers, who shot a dog which he claims
itole a loaf of bread from his house,
had to dig up five dollars for his
Hunting tilp. Klla D. Ilurrls, a d un
ity beauty, who was charged with
disturbing the stillness or tho even
ing, parted with a five-spot. Judge
Andrnde remarked that I'lla was got
tlng off lightly this time. Ella blush
ed and said that slio would bo care
ful In the future.
Two plain drunks, Kamakaclm nnd
I'ua, contributed 4 each to the rev
enuo Ilrady demons, who Is In tho
hospital nt present, had his case, con
tinued till April 10.
T Morltn, who used some florco
swear-words in alluding to another
gentleman's ancestors, found that
the amusement of doing so cost Just
The case of Ogawa wnscontinucd
till tho 7th Inst.
Antonio Ileyes, who Is charged
with a serious offense against a young
girl, was remanded till Tuesday next.
Attorney Strauss nsked thnt hall he
allowed, and Judge Andrudo fixed It
In the sum of ?2fi00, .Up, to going to
press tho man was still In custody.
George Word has sworn out a com
plaint against another man for do
ing him up. Ward's face Is In a
fearful condition, his eyps .being yery
badly injured. He alleges that Ills
assailant tried to bite his right eye
out, and Judging from Ward's ap
pearance, tho effort was nearly suc
cessful It Is roportoi) In Jtqme Jjiat the
mnslstorlnl congregation has recom
mended John Farrelly, the spiritual
director of, the American college at
Home, for bishop nt Cleveland, O,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. Ahana Co.,
62 8. KING ST. .PHONE KB,
THE BEST "FITTEB8" m I0WI,
Payne Tariff Bill
Safe From Insurgents
WASHINGTON', I). C April 2 After n careful canvass, tho lte
publlcan lenders of tho House express ennfldenco In their ability o pats
the tariff bill whenever the) decide to put It on passage. This will
probably be on Wednesday In the Houso debnto today tho Democrats
charged thnt the l'ane bill was filled with Imperfections designed to
cover the extravagance of tho Administration.
m i i i t i
PLAGUE IN ECUADOR "
GIJATAQUII,, Ecuador, April S.
plague here u'nd 2$ du.iths. During
) el low fever.
CllAlH.i:STON, S C, April 2
..I":1.':1 . . '
City Branch Store
The German akery
is now open for business in premises 'on Fort Street for
merly occupied by II, C Culman.
FINEST GERMAN COFFEE. CAKE, ROLLS,
MR. W. H. ZIMMERMAN, formerly with the Alex
ander Young Cafe, has entire charge of the bakery.
PHONE 115. BAKERY PHONE G58
A ladles' watch has been lost. See
ud, this Issue.
A pass book, No, Gill, has been lost.
Seu ad, this issue.
A passbook, No, CC47, tins been lost
See ad, this Issue,
A Court of l.niul Registration notlco
ro William H. Young appears In till
Handsome tno-pleco suits Just
opened ill Whitney & Marsh's, Onl
one of each.
Yco Chan . Co. nro selling white
and blue gruss linens, excellent qual
II), at 86 cents per yard
A young man desires vmplujmvut
as engineer and Is willing to do other
work. Seo ad, this Issue.
Tho Holllster Drug Co. has a now
fresh lot of seeds In, among them tho
"Shirley" poppy . Seo lliolr window
Killers have Just reeehed their ship
inent of ladles' sweaters, spring style.,
both long anil short cfficts. l'rlcex,
S1.&0 to 18 each.
Tho combination lunch nnd dinner at
tho Alexander Young 'Cafe are becom
ing very iKipulnr. They afford n first
class moi.1 with tho best servlco ut
Some of tho most beautiful millin
ery creations fur Kustor aro to be seen
at tho parlors of Miss Power, in the
Jloston building. 1-adleB of tho city
nro Invited to call and look Tilcm mer.
Money In tho bank Is tho secret of
the bucccss of many a man who Btart
cd on a small salary. Ucgln to savo
now, nnd bo read) for thu oppoitunlty
Vthen It comes. Dank of Hawaii, Ltd
Wo havo secured the best $4 meliV
Patent Colt Oxford Tlo on the, market
It you will tnko tho trouble to come
and seo It, you will bo convinced that
this Is so. Manufacturers' Shoo Co,
Our Hauler dlBplay Is n haullful as
sortment of now, up to-dato goods. Uv
cry department Is full of attractive
values, It will pay you to visit our
store. Tho specials for Monday nt
Oct tho Kodak hnblt. Put u Kodak
in your pocket whenever you go nut
for a picnic or general good tlmo out-
of doors. Wo hao Kodaks, cameras,
and supplies. Honolulu Photo-Supply
Co , IAd.
Tho same high standard of excel
lence tba.t has marked tho product of
tho Consolidated Soda Water Works
Co, will, bo continued under tho man
agement of John Schlclf, who succeed
ed Qladstono Lclthead,
When tho now Pollard company
opens at tho Opera Houso thero will
bo a rush for scats. You will save
yourself dlbappolntmcnt by placing
your ordor in tho hnnds of tho Terrl
torlal Mossengcr Service, phono 301.
W. H. Zimmerman, formerly' with
tho Young Cafe, hns taken charge of
tho German Bakery, nnd for tho con
enlenco of the shopping publlo bus
oponed a branch Btoro In tho premises
ou .Kort strcot formerly occupied by
H. C, Culman. TJio finest bread und
pastry, German coffoo cako and rolls
n,n.tA .... ...... ..I . '
mado every clay, always fresh.
Continned from Vam, IS
floor to tako nnrt In thu ilUcimalnn
Section by section tho bill was conn
over, the clerk being allowed to icmalit
tented during tho roadlng, on motion
of Senator McCarthy,
Finally, shortly beforo 1 o'clock, the
committee aroec, reported progress an I
tho Senate adjourned.
185 edltoriir"fob'ms 2KO butl
nets office. Then are the telephone
pumbers'pf the Dullctln office.
- - Thore mo CS cases of bubonic
March there wore 10S deaths fiom
-Two cartjiquako shoci.u wcro felt
.a .. , :
The marine band from tho flagship
of tho Japanese squadron will glM' the
following concerts tonight and tomor
row: Tonight's li.ind piogrnui nt Aula p.irk
nt 7:30 o'clock:
Murcli "King Karl" ... . Itieven
Oxertiiro "IJohemlan (llrl" llalfo
Jnpinopo Song "Ynmngncrl" ....
Waltz "Kternelln hn-sso" . . Yiinne
Jop,ineso Song "Okliioshlrako" . ...
Potpourl "Offeiibachlana" . . .Conrndl
Japanese Song "Marl utn"
, llaiiilinaster, 11. Akaz.ikl
Siindjy bind conceit ut Kiiploluil
I'm k, .1 to C o'clock p. in.:
Mnrili "(Liltj City" Weldnn
Medley Overture "Mining Plttuies"
Selection "Cnrrntn" lllfet
Wnltx "Dream I'aces" . . . Melssler
Gavotte "l'oresl WhlsM-rs" . l.osoy
Japanese Song "Kchlgojlshr
Giirand Selection 'Tunst" . .(loiiuod
March "The Stars und Hhlpcs Por-
Other concerts will tio ghen during
KISS DID NOT FLY
Porced from her courso li hllzzar li
stiong head winds nnd high Kens the
Ilrltlsh steamship Kiss, Captain Itob
eitsnn, bound from Vancoior for Tu
kit, China, steered for this ort and
orrhed oil purl at S .10 this morula,;
Tho Kiss did not fly distress slgnali
as was roortod In tho inorulug p.ipci
and tho officers wcro wi) Indignant
over the reports.
"Why, wo wero not in dlstiess nt
all," snld nn officer this morning, "We
camu In hero to do a littlo repairing to
our machinery, which Is already fixed
i:crythlng Is loyel) nnd none of tho
men hud any trouble during tho trip."
Tho Kiss Is cnrrylng 4,000,000 feet of
lumber for China. Tho olllcers of tho
Meamor mo ns follow h: Captain n
llobertson. Chief Mate Gllmore, Chief
Engineer J. Wnll.ico, Klrsl Asslstunt
P. Donutd. Second Assistant Montgoi'i
try, Third Assistant Geo. Polclien.
Tho crow Is principally Culnittiius
and Malays, while tho steward uud
cook nro Chinese. Shu will sail to
morrow morning for Gio Orient
"GENT" THIEF ADMTS ALL
(Continued from Pase 1)
Chief Leal has certainly mado n
brilliant start by capturing this lung-
lar, and It Is owing to his keen
scent for ferreting out things thut
he was nble to make the lucky strike.
Captain llowVis Is also deserving of
much credit for his pait In thu af
fair The whole liollco force Is elat
ed with thn news of tho eaptuio of
the notorious burglar who bus tuus
ed them all such trouble.
A mixture of sulphuric ether, de
natured alcohol, benzine, guttu per
cha, glyceilue, and iimyl ucetatu Is
used to waterproof p.iper nnd textile
rubrics by &Pnilst.in scientist.
One acre of land At Alburn h.lm,.
Judd Street, and near the residence
of Hon. John Lane. An ideal place
as residence. Good view. Healthy.
Cool. Only '
P. E.'R. Strauch
WATTY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
tJjrrrjTTSKisBFJlSslSSif5SpC" r ni. .jggxfcjJ
I IN FOREIGN PORT8 . ARRIVED
Saturday, April 3.
SAN rilANCISCO- -Sailed April 3
Schr W II Mnrston, for Honolulu
H S Alameda, 11 n in , for Honolulu
SAN I.UIS- Arrived April 3
Itktno 1'iillerton, hence Mar
i: JTERTAINMENT FOR
aaturday', April 3
Governor Preura garden p.irly, I
lo l! )i. in , for Admiral; olllcers, und
cadets, Admiral's baud will phi)
Hutcrlnlumetit in cvenliiKat the
Sunotithl Hotel, for olllcers uud :i
dels, given b) Jupuueto from plnn
tatlons of O.ihit.
Plngshlp band plaja nt Aula Park,
7 to 9 p. m.
Sundo- April 4
At i o'clock, Japanese school chil
dren nml memliciH of tho J.ip.mche
HoJ Cinki will bo shown ocr the
l'l oin 3 to T p in , the flugship
bnml will iil.t) ut Kiiplolunl Pari.
Monday, April 5
Japanese sports nt tho lloja' I'letd
At S :ill p m, Consul Geiieiul
U)eno's rereptlou at tho ' Alexander
Young Hotel, In liiiniu of Admiral
IchlJI uud olllcers and unlets.
Ilulh ships open to the geuernl pub
lie after 1 p in.
Tuesday, April f
Jup.iueKft sports In nfli riioon nt
llii) s' Held. '
ADer 1 p in , both ships ngiiln
open to institution by general pub
lic. Wednesday, April 7
At !) ., in , ollliers nnd ciilets
liaio on special Inilti for llalciwa.
us giusls of the Honolulu Chmnbni
After 2 p m , both ships open to
riom 7 to II p m, flagship hand
will pl.i) at I'liimu Squ.iro.
Tutsday, pril S
Ofllcers und cadets who did not go
on tho Hillelwn trip will he tnl.ru to
the Pull b) unto, as guests of the
Honolulu Chiimbei of Commene
Friday. April 9
utllccrs nnd t inlets will ho the
guests or Hon S. M. Damon nt his
country estate at Moaiialiia.
Proiu ) to II a in, the flagship
bund will play In Hie Capitol
Saturday, April 10
Hep ut for Dili..
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record April 2, 1C.33,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Alfied W Carter uud wf to Hawaii
Mint Co, Ltd I)
Airied W Caller nnd wf to Hawaii
Meat Co Ltd IIS
Kohnln Itanch Co Ltd to S P Woods. I.
Kohnlu Hunch (Jo Ltd to S P Woods
Kiiplolunl Kst.itu Lid to lleniy May
& Co Ltd j)
Mrs Ann I.ldgato lu 1:111111.1 D Taylor. 1)
1:111111a I) Tu) Iuriiiid hsb to Ann Ltd
Entered for Record Anrll 3, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Annlo i: Si nicer to Itoswell I) Cut
Yiimtida Hntsutiiro to ITrst Hank
of Hllo Ltd cm
Samiiol N Zehcdaln et al to Honp.i
HongftuIJI Mis of lluall D
Mllo Ish'S to Abblo K Mugiilu D
Mnnool I. Tfxehu and wf to John
T H.iker )
Liuily Catlii'.irt nnd hsb to I, I.anl.. 1)
CHARITY BALL REHEARSALS
ItehearKals for the Charily Hall by
tho No, 1 Pollaul Adult Company
w'cro begun )eslerdn) morning, nnd
moved without 11 liltrli. which, con
sidering that pmt of tho coiupaii)
studied their parts on tho ste ei
nnd tho icst of tho company wcro
cont lied lu their pnrts hero, wns 10
inurkablo it w.ts the first rolieiiiHiil
of tlie company lu fts cntliel) and
was eiy iileaslng In tho iminiigo
menl Tho Initial perfiiiniauco is
Satuidiiy night, Apill lOlh.
BRYAN SCORES DEMOCRATS
WHO AIDED JOE CANNON
LINCOLN, Nob,. March 20 In 11
Into speech ut thu Ilrjnii hirllula)
banquet which lusted until cnrl Io
dic). William J Hi an lebuked tho
tweiitj-tluee Democrats In Congicss
who had nldeil thft Cannon roiees
"Tlie) could not siy I ho) did not
know," said ll)an, "foi nny man
who should not .know thut Joo Can
non la tho agent of plutocracy, ought
to bo pent to 1111 asylum Instead of
to Congiehs. Thetiii Demounts ought
to Iienr fiom their constituents," liu
Chlnn Is preparing to tnn u ceiihiis
tit ilin llltllilinl.i.....l ...lltl .. lit.!.. I.
... uiu .iiiiiiiiiiuuicii imiiuiM nniiiii us
holders, according to reports rcell
in Wiislilngton. Tim enumeration U
to by tukon betweeu 1910 mid 1SI12.
Rntnrclay April 3
Stnir Klnnti, Gregory from Kauai.
4 24 n m.
Stnir Mnuna Ken Krccman, from
Hllo nnd Mnul, 7 a in.
Prldn). April 2.
Stmr. JnniPS Mnkeo, McAlllstorrfioni
Pearl llnrbor, p. 111, '
lir. 8. H Klsh, lloberlson (In dis
tress), from Ynnwutivor, f:3u p. 111.
: ; ?
Pilday, April 2.
Stnir. Claiidlno, llonuett, for Mnul,
." Ill p in.
Stun Ke Ail Hon, Sac lis, for K'nual,
S'3f) p m.
C-A. H. S Makiiin, Glbbs, for tho
I DUE TOMORROW I
A. T Shirldiiii, (rum .Manila,
J PASSENGERS ARRIVED j
Per stnir. .Mnuna Kei, rnemnii.
irum llllci 11ml Mnul Apr 3 J I) Pnl
kin. Jr., Mrs Paleklu uud Infiuit, I
I). Pnlekln, Mrs lewelt mid Infant
Mih.A.,II Lnhuislelii mid sou. M C
Pomeroy. C I) Prlngle. Mrs P. M
McLean, V L Waldron C M V Purs
er. J (I. Hot ran. A M. Cibrinh.i, ('
rt'nlters. J. A. Palmer. A. Lldgite, Mai
ler J. Hind. Mrs. 11. L. Ilohleln. MIs
. Akeiin. P J Lliideiiinuu. I Haskell,
II I. Aldrldge, Mrs. J L. Kopo nml
dilld, Miuter G Glhh W Lang. (I D
Mah.nie, 9 Super, S Amnio. J P Cook
ill, Mrs. Kokolilho nml 2 clillilrcii.
Miss i:. Perkins. W P Dole. Miss 1
iliinsiii. Miss A G1111II. Miss I' Ho.
'ipl. PeuliiilloiN, Mrs Peiiliallow, C
Mast like. Lee Lorn Lee Han.
Pei utnir. Kliiau, Giegon, from
.mil, Apr 3 P (ln and wife. I.
lay, Miss Stewart, Miss Alston, Mis"
'. Oi.mge Miss DMcrlll I' I Hare.
I I Collnirn unit servant, ('. W. Ash
ford, Miss It Antime. Tiike)iim.i, (1.
iiioiiM', Geo K.H11, Mrs () Twluklti,
Mis K iiiewnnul, Mrs l.oiinole. Miss
l.oa 10I11, A i: .Ionian. I M Cox, J.
II Wnlo, .Miss i: M Siinler. Mis .1.
t'oii'v, child nnd seivunt, M Cone),
Miss Coile) Llzle Kaeo
j PABSENGER8 DEPARTED '
P 1 stnir t'lniiiljlno, Ilenuelt, for
'liuil uud Hawaii ports, Maich 22, "
,. in Piof T. A Jaggor and wife,
.lis. Jn'tlns. Miss II Smith, Miss V.
Mskee, Mis S Killlnol nml child It.
Iltchcoclt On) bi.)s (2). II. Hiuii. A.
Wukellcld. Miss J. (1 McDonald, Miss
Allccn (llbli, C lteniecko, C. W. ll.ild
win. L Y Aliinn, Ch is Alai.ll. W.
Idgate JI. I'. Piosscr. J. J Kline. A.
Hue hie). It Walker, W I) Lowell, Gnu
'.fp riiiing Sun, Young Young
j WATERFRONT NOTES
' PUltSP.It PHILLIPS of thu .Manna
Cea. whleli nrilM'd this moiulng from
Hawaii uud Mnul leports tho follow,
lug sugar ready Tor rlilpment: Oln 1.
12.334: Wuluke.1. 3100; Hawaii Mill.
Oil. Wnlinikii. 2000, Onoinen. 13.3110,
I'niiiekco, USUI); II011011111, 11,700; llu
Ital.iu, 12.700; Liuipjuoolroo, 7100;
Onknlii, r.iif.o. Kiiknl.iu, 11 Mum. I)
'lone; Hnnrikui, fl.Ollil. Paaiihiiii,
snid, llonokaa. 2I.SO0: Kiikiilli.ii.li..
11.71.0; Putialuii, 14,llo5; II01111 ii,
ACCOUDING TO ADVICKS nceUcd
b) Win (I Irwin it Co., the liniK 01
uliudif, which v 111 nirlve fiom itm
Ccust, will bo In cnmiiiimil of CapinPi
II S Hoiidletto, formerly of tho htcipi
shlii Sloint Ho Is well known hem
mil is geiieiull) liked b) Honoiiii ins.
Tho Coioiudo was sent for by the lop il
agents to cniry uwn) 11 great uiioiint
of Hiig.ii, wlili h Is icudy for sh!inieiit.
Till: KINAtJ, iiiiiW rroni Kuual
this inclining, bioiight 853", hagi sugar.
2 nates (oco.uiiit plants, 1 nutomiihllo
and 21 pae'inges sundries Purser
Giube rejioits the following Hiigir 011
K'uiiiiP P. 11,201; II ,M r,7ID; (I &
11. IIBO; K P.S7BII; K S. M., 10,3',0;
JI. S Co, 23,100, K. S Co. 3100.
Till: IlAItK ALIINN lli:SSi: nrrhod
ut Hllo lust Thursday, m il.lug tho
lilp III llflcin ihi)B. Cnplnlii Denny
will illsrlnigo dm ccul an 1,0011 ns pon
sbl und will bring luck a eugo (,c
Tin: sciiooNKit c. a ih .,,
sailed )csleiduy afternoon fiom Oi.o'i
Harbor for Honolulu Sho Is bilnglm;
11 cargo of lumber.
'I Hi: MAKHHA, which auh,,l Ww
tenia) nfternoon from Viiiiioiuci
sailed last night for tho UhIoiiIcm
Till: CHINA silled from Han hvan
cIfco )esleidny for this pint
q- . .
Tho Industrial Klitinn of i.
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
J T : """""Bi uu cents at iiul
le tin ofllce.
Soa Wrous, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.o
i'.uiur, i(j, uompiete.
itjt" numrrDn iiT.Vir.--
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