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15VBN1N0 ntnX.BTlM. HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, APRIL fi, 1009.
il i i i
f & Tijjl
yawallan Third Degree.
Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular, & p. in.
Roto Croix Special, 7:00 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg
ular. All vlftltlni? tm.mhfirn f th
j Order nro cordially lmlted to
j Httond meetings of local lodge
HARMONY. LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets otciy f.ionclny evening it
7:30 la I. O. O I' Hall. Tort Street.
11. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
1-'. D. ICKB, JJ. a.
All vlsltlug brothers very cordially
0AHU L0D0E. No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first ami third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
cornor Fort and Ilerotnnla. Vlsltlug
Orotlior cordially Invited to attend.
1'. II. NUGENT. C. O.
It. GOSLING, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu l.odge No. CK., II. P. O
KIIk, meets lu helr linll, on King
Street, ni-iii Kurt, every I'rlda) even
lur . Visiting liiotlifm nrc lordlnlly
Inilted to iitti ml.
K. A. DOI'TIIITT, I J. It.
II. C EABTON, Hce'y.
Wei. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Menta evory 2nd and 4th Saturday
evinlug at 7:30 oU'locI; In K. ot 1.
Hull, cor. Fort and lleretanln. Visit
live bmthcrs cordially Invited to at
tend. F. H. McGREW, C. O.
R. A. JACOIISEN, IC. R. S.
U0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on thn 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvonlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock ti K. ot P. Hull, corner
-Oerctanla und Tort streets.
VMtlug Eagles are InWted to at
tend. W. M. MeCOY, W.. 1'reat.
JI. T. MOOI'.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIES No. 1, L 0. R. M.
. Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month nt Knights of
PythUs Hall. Visiting brother cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON', Sachem.
n. V. TODD, r. of R.
The best assortment ever
shown in t'ae city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n box
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Comer King ?nd Fort Streets.
ttXZETJXZXZZZl X5J L3rTCTX-WrTWsCWrt-
All kinds in rolls and slnats.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN TAPES d
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Ponolnln.
, Tel. -110. George G. Guild, Gen. Mrt.
ti -rurcst Flavor ili-rhcst Quality
Guaranteed Absilutcly Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., SQ1
r Klnff St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Ulatik hook ot all rorta, lodgors,
clo., manufactured by tho Dullutla
WHEN YOU GET YOUR
by us von will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mfr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 181.
TOURING CAR, $U85.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA
BOTTON BLDG., FORT ST. '
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, MOTEL YOUNG Bid,
'The Finest Bathinjr on the Beaoh."
Meals At All Hoan.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERQIff, Proprietor
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watet. delivered to ofios tad
residence, RING UP 057,
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
IM3 Miller. St, M. B, DE 81
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orim at All Tinea
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL
R. Wm. WARHAM, PJ.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
. ,777 KING ST.
Ihe Best Whiskey on the Marlwt,
rHOS. F. McTIGHE 4 CO.. AOBNTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 75U.
Everything that the. Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud,
031 FORT ST.
I At All Watohdealers. ' '
Agent for Hawaiian Mradi,
lor. FORT and KING Sta'.. Honolula
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fvkuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
niank -books ot all sorts,-ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
iMMM juKM.tjt .-xlvu... , ..Jk.'
LOCAL AP GENERAL '
Orders for the industrial Edition
of tha Eveaine Bulletin will
be taken by any of the B u 1 1 o t in's
newsboys, at fifty cents a copy.
Ten good auto-hacka. Phone 6.
Mian Dcvcrlll of Hnnalel, Kauai, la
i. A, Dickey will bo a nasnengor In
tho Manna Kca tomorrow.
II. I.. Achillea, of Itbhala, Is reg
istered at tho HnwallRti hotel.
Al. Thurlow, ot 'the Uoyat Annex
serves tho finest meals In town.
Tho transiiort Thomas sailed from
8an Francisco fpr Honolulu today.
It you want your hat' cleaned rl(,bt
send It to the Expert Hat Cleaners,
Fort stiret, opposite Club Stables.
A. W. Carter and party wU loao
for Hawaii tomoirow Thoy. will sail
In tho Manna Kca. '
The bar.'t 8. C. Allen nrrlvcd in San
Francisco April 5. She left Honolulu
Sam Wood ond wife, who have been
visiting in Honolulu for a few days,
will return tp their homo, tomorrow In
(ho Mnuna Kca, . I
Attorney V, A. Kinney, accompanied
by Stenographer It. A. Kcarns, aro
booked to leave in tho Mnuna Ken to
morrow noon. ) 4
Manuel uodrlsucs, thoeniokar, baa
removed from Bethel Bt. tq Union BL,
with W. Thome. Finn shoo repairing,
C. A, Hnrlwcll or Molokal will bca
passcngur sailing tomorrow In tnf
Tho Union Ulblo training clasB will
meet tonight at 7:30 at tho M. E.
church. All aro Invited. Motto: Maki
Fresh mango chutney, hot and mild,
on sale nt nil tho Mores, and tho fac
tory, 181 Holol street. Try some; It la
delicious. , v
J. 1. Cooke Is bookod to leavo In (lie
Klnau for Kauai tomorrow,
F. flay and wf ot Kauai aro among
thoso booked to IcavXj for Kauai to'
Dr. J. 11. Raymond will bo among tho
departing pasacngera tomorrow In thp
Mnuna Kca. v
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wraooed
ready for mailing, 50 cento at I u 1 -1
e t i n office. ,
J. Daldson, tho present store book-'
keeper of Ewa plantation, is to take
chargo of tho whole business whon '.
A. Swift loaves at tho end ot tho
month. Mr. Swift Jolna. the aeff' ot
Henry May t Co., I.tJl.
Among tho nrrlvaln from Mo)okn
In tho Mlkahaln yetterday wa.i Oeo,
Coat your iron roofs wkth "Arable,"
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. agents. ', ,
Just nrrlvcd a carload of extra
dark granto mopumen'ts. Call and In";
spect them. Hawaiian 'iron Fence ami
Monument Vorks,f Ltd. 180S, .tfloe;
street. Phone'-64 8. '.'
Illoni will sell you sheets and,
sheeting, pillow. casesand''pltfoVr, cas
ing, at a third oft. regulaj- prices f.h
weelt. The bni'g'aliia'-'nro great'.' IJo
not miss tho opportunity. '' '
Servlcca were held at' Oahti Prison
yesterday morning by Charlw jle
near, president of the IJtble'.Schoql.
MtnJIc was furnfaheM 6y Mrs. .Joseph
Pratt, Mrs. Hanks, Mrs Dpwcn, and
MIsb Ynrrow. Next i8iinday. Easier
services wll hcidat'the nrjaoh,;
Rev. Dr. Dpje delivering the ndf rosi.
Tho first of the noondiy-'mectlniti
at the Art Theater, which will lie;'
feature of the Holy WecHdevotlana,
was held today uudcr.the auspices of
tho Y. M. C. A. Tho talk, on "U
There a God?" was delivered by C;
C. Wilson, Tomorrpw a Joplc, will
be "Is Christ Divine?" About 100
poreons attended the, .meeting. f
GORGEOUS BALL TO
. . ' - -'IV I -"'i
Tho hall to bo Riven this evening
at tho Young Hotel to, Admiral 'iJlchl
and IiIh officers, following tho rcceV
(Ion by ' Japanese Consul General
Uyono, will bo under tho dlroctlon ot
A. L. C. Atkinson as floor manager.
The rccoptlon and hall will bo an
olaborato affair. The "reception will
bo held In tlTo mauka pavilion of tho
root garden floor, Tho makal pavilion
will bo reserved for dancing. Doth
pavilions nro being decorated' today
Already thoro havo boon aboutyBOven
Jiunurco inviianops lasuea,. ,
' ' o '
THE SCHOONER Concord, of tho
Miller Salvage Cornpan, w)leh 'lialto'tt
for Palmyra island' some t(mo ago.'ln
command ot Captain I'lltt.'ls dxpeisted
to return shortly with a full load of
Kuant and 20,000 cocoanutB. Captain
Miller received a cablo from Ebon
Low, giving tho abovo news. "
BV"For Sale" carda at Oullttln.
A Most Excellent Assortment o!
82 8. KING ST. PHONE 515.
THE BEST "FrrTER8' IH TOWlf.
TARIFF OTE APRIL 10
WASIIINOTON, D. C April 4. Ily n rulo to bo mndo In the
House Monday tho vote on the tariff
measure s suro to pass,
CHICAGO, April 3. Hundtedsof thousnnds of women In all parts
of tho country are signing n monster
against nri Incrcasa ot the tariff on
NAPLES, Italy, April 4. The
Roosevelt, Is due Monday. Elaborate preparation? to welcome him nlc
being made. The steamer Admiral, which' will 'carry him to Mombasa,
has bco'ti 'laden with floral gifts, Including tho'Kalscr's.
NAPLES, Italy, April 3, Elaborate preparations nro being made
hero to fccelve. ex-PrcsiIcnt,Jloosevclt when he arrives. Amerl6ans nro
flocking In from all parts of the continent. The Kaiser has ordered
that Roosevelt's rnbln be filled with llowers.
TOUT WORTH. Texas, April 3.
Into a barn, burned seventy blocks
of Fort AYorth, fourteen locomotive,!, and several bcJiooM and' churches.
The loss is five millions ot dollars. Troops aro on guard to prevent loot
DALLAS, Texas, April 3.--Flrc
blocks in this city.
STEAMER INDIANA ASHORE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 4.
went ashore In n fog on tho rocks at. Magdnlcna Ray nnd, It Is believed,
will provo a total loss. The vessel and ctorgo nro valued at $000,000. Tho
passengers were rescued by the II. S. cruiser Albany. Too Indiana Is a
vessel of 2(jGl tons and la commanded
MURD0CK WANTSJMIONEY BACK
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 3. Mttrdock of Kansas has Introduced
a bill calling upon twenty-six States
000,000. distributed In 1836, during President Jackson's administration,
with the Understanding that It should be paid on demand ot Congrcs.1.
LOH. ANOELES, Cal.. April 3.
tess llozentn)' Is dying.
OPERA HOUSE, Saturday, April 10
POLLARD'S NO. I CO.
Seats on sale at Bergstront Music Co.k 25c, 50c, 75o
-5 'Md-fl.00.'"1 ' " L" - -' - '
liM , fc. lifJJs, Av i 4.
Orders can be taken fir tho Shirley
poppy Kjed at 'tbo"1I'olllktor Drug Co.
The Horgstrom Miislo Co. Is show
Ink a tino now line' of Doudolr planor,'
easily within your reach.
We hayo all tha very finest society
etalqner' .In perfectly finished I'neiis.
Everything wo carry1 Id of the finest
Quality for the pflce. Oaf & Mor.s-
'man",' 78 Merchant street, hear IV (I.
Wo have Just opened another large
shipment of Easier wearing apparel',
I'nnccis gowns, nnen cosiumvs, arcs-ey-whfto
sefEO skirt's, Easter waists
and parasols', etc' Sachs1 Dry Goods
FdirBalo; College Hills 6-room cot
tage convenient to car line, lot lOOx
150. MOpd. Modern house. Maklkl, on
Wilder Ave.',' $4760.' Corner lot at
Kalrhuklj 33,000 so.- ft., .with house,
$4,100. "Waterhouse 'Trust."
Tho merchant can los'o money as
fast bJ turning down 'g'dod .advertis
ing mediums as he 'can In, scattering
his forces In orcry cateff-pcruiy dovlco
that comes up. Advertising la our bus
Inoes. Tho'Chaa.'R.'FH'sler Co.
.. (Continued from Pace 1)
tho (llmtlltythe cunnprs ran up
against 'in tho Interpretation nt the
present law "by the courts whereby
tho 'fofafgn canner Is able to bring
his sugared product into' tho Ameri
can market under tho lowest rate ot
duty allowed on Importations of
pines packed In their own Juice,
' The tariff Iw provides a duty oj
25 per cont. ad valorem on pine's
packed In their own fulco and 3G
per cent, ad valorem o'n those pre
served In sugar.
The paragraph In the proposed aw
reads as follqws, the portion In par
enthesis being tho modification which
gives tho home canner tho protection
"P,lncApples prcsorved In their own
Juke (riot having sugar, spirits, or
molasses added thereto), 25 per rent,
Naturnlly enough, there U some
opposition to this change In the law
but the American growors and can
ners are keeping on the look-out lu
bill will lake place April 10, Tho
petition Congress, protesting
gloves, hosiery, and other nppnrcl.
Hamburg liner, lionrlng ox-PrthldeM
A fire stnrtcd by n cigarette thrown
of the principal residence section
has destroyed fourteen residence
Tho- cqnstwlso Btcamer Indiana
bv Captain Robinson.
to repay the Government $28,-
Madame Helopa Mqdjeska (tho Coun
I .'I M.i L I ) I HI I II
THIRD OF SESSION
NOW ONLY REMAINS
Legislature : Is Getting
.Bj?y Oil Final'
The session ot the Legislature Is
two,-thlrds over, this being the for
tieth day. it Is possible, however,
that the' full sixty days allowed .by
the Organic, Act wll not be consum
ed, Most of the heavy work of tho
session, so far;, as the House is con
cerned, is over, ond Speaker Holstoln
expresses tho belief that, It the Sen
ate wllPkee'p up with tho House,, the
work ot tho session enn be completed
by the end of the ntty-flfth day.
Up to this morning, 192 bills had
been Introduced In the House. Ot
these, 36 have passed both Houses
and have been signed by the aovorn
or, Flvd others havo been vetoed, all
the vetoes being sustained" Four
IIottBo bills are still In the Governor's
hnnds. Forty-six bills have been ta
bled; 12 House bills have been In
definitely postponed; four wcro on
tho order ot tho day this .morning
for third reading. Nine House bills
were In tha hands of the Printing
Committee; trio Judiciary Committee
had pine, Health and Police twp, Fi
nance 12, Accounts oneEducatlonal
two, Vroinotjon one. Miscellaneous
throe, and special' committees three.
Ot tho Federal appropriation tho
Houso line expended $8403.17 and of
tho Territorial "appropriation $0,
070.76, VJunglng Into ley water, Mylon
Rocho, a 13-year-old boy, saved 6-year-old
Clara Uuschler from drowning In
a lako near the soldiers' homo at
Wnshlugtnn, D', G,
Wasllngjon and hope to be ablo to
carry their position through the Sen
ate. Tho bill will undoubtedly paw
the Houso unamended,
Another Horn In which Hawaii Is
Interested - Is placing sulphate ot
ammonia' on tho free list. This Is
used In the. manufacture of fertilizers
and will save business men of the
Territory from $5D,T0dO. to $60,000. n
1 IN FOREIGN PORTS Til ARRIVED )
t i 1 1 .1. ' f
Mondav. Aorll 6
PAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 5:
S. S. Mlssourinn, rrom sauna tnu.
S, S. Chljo Mam, 8 a. m., hence
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 4.
8chr. J. II. Urucc. from Mahukono.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd April 3:
Pchr. pefender, for Honolpu.
VORT TOWNSEND Arrived April 5:
nklno. Mnkawell, from Elcele, Mar.
COOS UAY Arrived April 6:
Ilktne. M. E. Wlnkelmaun, iiom
llllo. Mnr IE.
MIDWAY ISLAND ArrUed April 1:
Schr. Flaurcnco Ward, henco Ma".
Monday, April 5.
Temperatures 6 a. m., 63; 8 a. m..
70; 10 a. in., 71; noon, 72; mornln:?
Raromctcr, S a. nt., 3,0.07; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m grans per cubic
foot; rclatUe humidity, 8 a. m., 55 per
cent: dew point. 8 n. in.. 53.
Wind 6 n. m., velocity 6, direction
N. E.; 8 a. m voloclty 9, direction
N. K.J 10 n. nt., velocity 6, directly. i
N. E.; noon, velocity B, direction 8..W.
Rainfall during 24 hours cmlo.l S n.
in., .00 Inch,
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 210 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather Ilurcau
Tho heads of departments aro In n
terrlblo stow. They need all sorts o(
supplies for their respective depart
mentsand thoy don't know1 whether
It la legal for them to buy oven a post
Tho plllkla Is caused by tho bljl ro
cently passed by tho Legislature :ud
elgned Saturday by tho Governor, ro
latlng to tho expenditures of public
moneys. Section 8 of this Act iro
vldos that all supplies sliall he bought
for tho various departments by a gen
fral purchasing agent, Instead of by
tho department heads as heretofore.
Rut as yet there la no purchasing
agent. When naked who thin official
la.nto be, Governor Fronr replied this,
morhlng that tho man's namo may bo
Indicated by a (?) question mark. Un
less tho Apt ,1b amended so an to make
It offcctlvo July 1 instead .of Immed
iately upon publication, tha Governor
say's ho doesn't eu what tho poor
heads ot departments aro 'to do.
HEAVY SENTENCE IS
PASSED ON ISOI
Klvo years' Imprisonment, $1000 fine,
and costs, was tho scntonco handed out
to IboI, tho notorious Importer ot wo
men! for Immoral purposes, by Judge
Dolo this morning. Chlse, tho wife bt
Isol, who was associated with him In
tho business, was sentenced to four
years' Imprisonment and to pay $400
The Isol case Is ono that has beeu
attracting tho attention ot tho public
for some tlmo. Ily giving Information
against others Implicated, it Is bo
Moved that tho couple hoped to escape
with light Eontenccs. Their hopes
(Continued from Pace 1)
which no did not card to disclose for
fenr the samo mny bo published lu tho
linker asked to ho excused from vot
ing, ns ho was Interested In tho clalni3.
After a general expression by Fair
child and others, tho bill passed second
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Tho Pollco Court calendar tills
morning vyas largely made up of
gambling and drunkenness rases. Six
Chinese gamblers wero each fined
soven dollars. The haul was made
by Chief Leal, and was n real surprise
A musical band ot drunks, nine
In all, and of five different national
ities, we're fined form four to five
dollars according to tho magnitude ot
their respective Jags. Two mon, n
Japanese and n Hawaiian, forfolted
their ball Instead ot appearing oa a
"Reindeer," who mopped up
enoogh Rainier to start him 'on a
very successful toot, had to dig up
four dollars thU morning.
Sunday, April 4.
Slmr. Nocnu, Plltz. fiom Molokal
and Maul ports, 4 n. in.
8lmr. Ko Au Hou, Sachs, from Nn
willwlll, n. til.
Stmr. Mlkahnla. from Knual, 5:20
Stmr. Iwalnnl, from Mnut, 4 p. in.
Stmr. Mnuna Kca, Freeman, from
Khlaupnpa 7:30 p, m.
Sunday, April 4.
Stmr. Kauai, for Hawaii ports, 8:3'J
Ilr. S. S. Klsli, for Hongkong, 12 m,
' DUE TODAY T
U. 8. A.'T. Sheridan, from Manila.
P. M. S. 8. Asia, from Yokohama.
S. 8. Rosecrans, Holmes, for Gavl-
ola, 3 p. m.
Stmr. Manna Lon, from Kona and
Knit ports, a. m.
Btmr. Mnuna Kca, for Hlln and way
ports, 12 m.
P. M. 8. S. Asia, Gaukrogcr, fur San
Stmr. Mlkahnla, for Molokal und
Maul ports, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Klnau, for Knual ports, C p. m.
j PA8SENQER8 ARRIVED
Per stmr. Nocnu, Irom Molokal and
Maul ports, April 4. A. K. CalhcarL
aco. P. Cooke, L. II. Nevis, A. C. Pat
rrey, D. F. McCorrlston, F. A. Foster.
,. Otsuka, K. Masuda, J. K. Kapau
lilwa. Per stmr. Ko Au Hou, from Nawlll
lll, April 4. J. J. HJorth, J. II. Alex-uidc-r,
Mr. Wider, 6 dock.
Per stmr Mauna, Kca, for Maul ami
Hawaii portB, April 6, 12 m. Sam E.
Wong, II. Aug. Chock, J. Harris Mac
kenzie, N. A. Gladding, Major S. II.
Wadhams, Mr. McCormlclc and party,
Murgaict E. Murphy, MIbb Lllllo Nlch
olsln, O. Shtpman, Dr. J. II. Raymond,
Sam Wood nod wlfo, ,W. Merrill and
wife, A. Horner and wlfo, Mrs. 11. II.
Cooper ami 2 children, A. W. Cnrtcr
and party, 11. L. Aldrldgc, 0. I). Mn
bono, J. II, Fuller, D, Utter, Mrs. Arcla,
.Mis. I.IUo, Mrs. A. I. Armstcd, Geo.
Dunn, IL M. Dickson, Miss Rcronlo,
Mrs, Ronton Hind, M. C. pomroy, K.
3, Morris) it. A. Kcarns, W. A. Kinney,
John Hind, wlfo and son, 11. I. Lllllo,
riios. E. Armlstead and wife, Geo, Ro
Jle'iC, Mis. J. II. Kunowa, J, Lennox
nnd wlfo and two children, A. Mason,
V. O'Rrlen, C- Walters, W. J. Dyer,
Mr. Mullcr and wlfo, Mr. Denton nnd
wlfo, M. A. Mooro nnd wlfo, Miss Allco
Moore, Miss Collt Mooro, a. II. Kramer
and wife, L, A. Dlckoy.
Por stmr. Klnau, for Kauai, April 0.
6 p. m. F. Gay nnd wife, J. A. Pal
mer, J. P, Cooko, Mrs. A. Mncklntosh,
Mrs. O. Mncklntosh, II. D. Wlshard, A.
Robinson and wife, II. Waggoner, Tj
E. Harvey, Miss E. Gay, Miss J. lla,
A. Robinson and 2 children.
Per stmr. Mlkahnla, for Molokal,
April 6. 5 ji. ni. F. W. Pease, C. II.
THE TRANSPORT Sherldnn Is ex
pected to nrrlvo this afternoon from
ngaxakl, Japan, Shu will tako about
ten first clnss passengers nnd twenty
second class from this port. Ainoiu;
tho cabin passengers will bo Lieuten
ants Wheatly and James, Fifth Caval
ry, Lctlchua; Lieutenant Roger,
Twcntloth Infantry, ot Fort Shatter;
Mrs. Trowbridge, of Manila; Dr. Wil
cox, of the United States Experiment
Station; D. L. Van Dlno, of tho De
partment of Agrlculturo, Washington,
I). C, and Mr. Lawrence, of tho Hoard
THE IlllITISH steamer Klsli, Cup
lain Rpbertsnn, which called In here
to do some repairing work in her en
glno room, sailed yesterday for Taku,
China, with her cargo of lumber,
THE STEAMERS Mauna Kea nnd
Klnau will sail tomorrow. Tho former
lcnvca at noon for Maui and Hnwnll,
whllo tho latter departs at 5 o'clock lu
tho afternoon, for Kauttl.
THE NOEAU, which arrhod from
Molokal, brought from Olownlu Sugir
Co., for Irwin & Co., 3314 hags of sag.
nr and 20 head of cattlo for the Ha
wallan Meat Company,
THE STEAMER Ko Au Hou sails
this afternoon nt G o'clock for Aimi,nt
and efthor ports on tho Koolau Bide of
THE 1WALANI. which arrived yes
terday from Maul, will leavo at noon
tomorrow for Mahukunn. Hawaii.
THE OIL STEAMER Rosecrans
sailed ycbterdny for Ouvlota with tho
launch Hover In tow.
THE MAUNA LOA will arrive from
Knu and Kona early tomorrow jnorn-
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyoi
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES I. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin? St, opjnia South St. ,
AH ti, H