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BVEN1N0 DUltRTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, APRIL G, 1900.
r WEEKLY GALEXDAR j
Hawaiian Third Deoree.
Honolulu Cotnmandery Reg-
ular G p. in.
Rote Croix GpctlJl, 7:30 p. m.
Occanle Third Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Rog
ular. Alt visiting member ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
i. niuiiil meetings oi local r igrj
H IIARMONY LODOE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F
i' MnrlK rVHlY Kiomlny evening 11
!,; 1:30 la I. O. O. F Hall, Tart Street
E. It. IIENDilY, Secietarj.
1'. D. WICKE, rt. a.
All vIsitluK brother very curd lull)
OAHU L0D0E, Ho. 1, K. o: P
Moot every flrst and tlilrd FrI
Jay evening at 7:30 In K, ot 1'. Hall,
cornor Fort and llorotanln. Visiting
Drotitan cordially Invited to attend.
F. 11. NUGENT, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 010, 11. P. O.
Elks, meets lu their hull, on King
Street, near Fort, evmy Friday cven
lns. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
lnlted to ntund.
K. A. nOt'THITT, E. It.
II. V. EA8TON. Sec'-.
Wiu HTaJILEYLODGE Ho.8, K.orP.
Meets every Snd and 4th Saturday
evening ut 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'.
Uall, cor. Fort and BereUuIa. Villi
lns brothers cordlill7 Invited to at
tend. T. M. McGREW, C. O.
B. A. JACODSEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mert on the 2nd and 4th WF.D
NESDAV evenings ot ouch month at
7:30 o'clock la K. ot V. 1IMI, cornor
tforatanla nnd Fort Etroets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. MrCOY, W.. Prest.
II. T. MOOl'.E. Secy.
HAWAHAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every (lrst and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to nttend.
GEO. SANDEItSON. Sachem.
H V. TODD, C. ot It.
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 Kir.R and Fort Streets.
AH kinds in rolls nnd tliitti.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAl'Eit &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen bti., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. Gtornc 0. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absclulely Pure.
CONTRACTOR, and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kinc St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Mnnli. bonks of all norla, lodgers,
eto., manufactured by tlio Bulletin
kWauak&-.uMi.-tM a MnMiiMim, .At tJAAfait Jutu. tfiitw, b. ..-jU-..
WHEN YOU GET YOUR
by us vou will be satisfied In
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mct.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
5CHUMAN CARRIAQE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
BOSTON BLDO., PORT ST.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR!
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG lid.
'The Finest Bathinc on the Beaoh."
Mcnls At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOABS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
for Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watei, delivered to ofiloe and
residence, RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St.
M. E. DE 8A
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and NtRht. Wo Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Win. WARHAM, Pa.
Sforse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
rhe Best Whiskey on the Markrt.
rHOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. A8BNT6.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 758.
Everytliinc that the Name Implies.
Office Supply CoMUd.
031 FORT ST.
HEYST0NE-ELGIN WAT0HB8 '
At All Watohdealert.
Agent for Hawaiian Islaiuli,
nor. FORT and KINO SU..-HxmoluI.
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
F-ikuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
Blank books of all sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Orders for 'the Industrial Edition
of t!w Evening Bulletin will
be taken 'by any of .the B u 1 1 e J in's
newsboys, at' fifty cents a copy.
Ten good auto backs, mono C-
L, A.' Dickey Hailed lit noon today In
tho Mauim Kca.
At. Thurlow ot tho Royal Annex
nerves tho finest menls In town.
II. 1). Wlshard will be n passenger
In tlnrKlnau, which sails at S o'clock
this afternoon. ' '
John Pupal was -fined $4 this morn
ing for' drunkenness. Judge 'Andradu
leaked I ho soak.
J."A. Palmer 'nnd J. P. Cooke arc
bpoktd to lenvo this afternoon In thu
filoan for Knual.1 '
'l no' caso agaiust Antonio itojes ror
nu offence against a young girl, wa.i
continued till tomorrow,
Mr. and Mrs. Bam' Wood of Kohnla.
HaWatl. wcro nmonit' those booked to
lento today In tlio Mnuna Ken.
Kalolo was given n suspended Ben
tenco of thirteen months this morning
Ho had hit tho hoozo too hard, '
Mr. and Mrs. P. day of ICaual nro
expected to leavo this afternoon for
their homo In tho steamer Klniui.
It you want your hjtcleaned rUlit
send It lo the Expert Hat Clcancis,
Port street, opposite Club Stables.
Ilcn Callnghcr, who Is charged with
mayhem, was committed to the higher
court this morning by Judgo Andrndo.
Fretdi mango chutney, hot and mild.
on sale at all tho stores, and tho fac
tory, 184 Hotel street. Try some, It Is
The Industrial Edition of the
Eveninp Bulletin, wrapoed
ready for mailing, .60 cents at B u 1
1 c t i n office.
Mrs. Collcy, wife of the stiperlli'
tendent of tho Cnhlo offlco on Midway,'
was among the passengers In tho Sher
idan this morning.
Ooat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You lll be surprised it Its cnollnif
and preservative properties California
Keod Co.. agents.
F. W. Pease and C. A. Hnrtwoll will
be passengers for Molokal. They will
leave In tho Mlkahata, sailing nt 5
o'clock this afternoon.
High Sheriff Henry left for Hllo
this inntnlng in tho .Manna Ken, on
business. Ho Will return by tho samo
boat, arriving hero next Saturday
Judge Robinson has handed down a'
decision ngaliiBt Lai Fat In tho sum
of (3348.70. This wss In to an old
caso dating hack to 1&90, wherein Heo
l"at sued I-M Fat.
Hoch beer Is being advertised
around town by n gu.it Said animal
has a legend on both shies giving good
advice to tho thirsty. Tho quadruped
caused much laughter this morning.
Tho appointment of A. F. Judd an
ono of tho trustees In tho Ilcrnlco IV
Illshop Estate, hna been confirmed nnd
tho bond to tho umount6f 1100,000
filed. Tho co-trustees nro W. O.
Smith. S. M. Damon and E. Faxon
Lieutenant Houston, who arrived
this morning In tho transport Sheri
dan, will ho the lighthouse inspector
for this district. Ho will call on
lieutenant Commander Moses, who
has been tho acting ltghthouso In
spector for somo time.
Motion for continuance, was mado
In tho caso of Yoshlriioto vs. Honolulu
Hnpld Transit Co. This Is a claim for
$5000 damages and arose through a
collision between nn electric car nnd
tho plaintiff's vehlclo, Tlio defend
ants movo that tho caso be continued
till Fred Knight, a material witness,
bo located and brought from tho
BRUTAL ASSAULT ON A,
'As nn aftermath of the Isol case,
two Japanese, Tanaka and Kawahdra,
nro In custody on"a charge of brutal
assault. It nppears that K. Ukcda,
who was a Feddrnl witness In tho
Isol case, was walking homo last
night through Iwllel, and; hearing
his nanio mentioned 'byssomo other
Japanese, stopped to ask what they
wanted with him.
He was ordered to "Get out,' and
on walking toward his homo was pur
sued by two men, who Jumped on
him from behind and proccodod to
beat him over tho head i nnd faco
with revolver butts. The unfortu
nate hoy was terribly. smashed up,
and his (ace was beaten to a pulp','
His assailants left him to die on
tho road, but Chief ot Detectives1 Loal
happened along In his automobile
and discovered him. Leal 'at, once
went after tho thugs and quickly had
them under arrest. Ukoda, may pef
lis eyesight. vand, wlif ceVlalnlyv bo
disfigured 'for tho rest of his llf,o.
cThe Weekly Edition of the Eyenlng
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
A l(o4 Iroefltat AsMcteent of
W. W. Ahaha CO.,
(58 8. KING ST; i PHONE'Mff.
THE BEST ',FTER8,, IN TOWN,
Brffons Are Worried
1.0NDO.V, England, April G. England Is awakening to the fart
thnt sho Is being outdistanced In tho race to command tho nlr. A meet
ing has been held under the chairmanship of the Lord Mayor, which wait
attended by Prince llcnry of llntfcnherg, Lord Curzon, Mnxlm tho Inven
tor, und Admiral Scott, calling attention to Germany's wonderful prog
ress In building nn aerial licet nnd urging energetic action.
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NEW REPUBLIC OF CUBA IS WARNED
HAVANA, Cnh:i, April G. President -Gomez, In tlls'tncsjiigo lo Con
gress, spoke of Cuban affairs In it hop'oful'nnd' encouraging tone, i!ioug!i
ho warned the public against rtvultnloTtary tondoiirlcs.
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CAN'T PHOTOGRAPH UNCONVICTED
ALHANY, Ni Y..' April C Tho Now York Semite hna paneil-tlio
bill to prohibit the photographing of persons nccurcJ of, but unconvict
ed of, crime.
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GOVERNOR HASKELL ON TP'.'L
TULSA, Okln., April r. Tho trial of Oovcrnor Haskell for parllcl
pancy In town-lot frauds has begun in the Federal Court.
DELIVERED AT YOUR RESIDENCE
FBipAY AND SATURDAY MORNINGS.
FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND EASTER SUNDAY.
The Best and Fr-calicst in the City, at
1129 FORT STREET.
i SHOPPING NEWS
Call on Charllo. at tho Orphcum Sa-1
loon, Ece hla curios and quoncli your
liurst with ilx good largo glass or b'-'ur
.T,,q,B ..d,",n.cVr...!1r.';. "b0"1 .
iwcroiia soumauiai i u..o ......,
penor ouauiy anil jiiruj. riiunu iu
and ask for nn assorted case.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of ilio Hawaiian Irrigation Co.,
t ,.t .ll I. I.n1.t fl,.. nfllna.a of
Thompson & Clemens on April 14 at
12 o'clock noon.
Wo have plain, colored, fancy, and
plate glass In stock in great variety,
and cut it to order. Let us fill your
order. Lowers & Cooko, Ltd., 177 8.
King St., Phono 775.
Get a Victor Tnlklng Mnchlno toda
on our easy-payment plan. Wo want
you o hoar sonm of our now records
and try tho mnchlno for yourvclf. ISerg
strom Music Co., Ltd.
There are many ten-cent cigars that
axe Inferior in quality to the-Owl five-
nnnt nttrrif TliniOiul nlu'nl'a trltrots ail.
Isfactlon, for it Is tho best fIVe-cont
smoke. M.iA. fluiiBt ft Co., Inc.
flot yonr Hot Cross Huns for flood
rritiny irusi int) uurinau niiKcr.
Phono youriordcr to f.58, and they will
bo delivered, hot and frcrh, Friday
morning, W,- II. Zlmmorman, prop.
Tho special salo of chlldren'H bonks
at tho Hawaiian Kowa Co., Ltd., has
boeji such l great success thai It will
be continued for another week. Call
arid sco tho prices on thorn. Young
'Prlmo Dock Beer will ba sold tomor-
tow nt over y bar In tho city, on
draught and In' bottlo. Thin spring
hrow la moro than locally known for
Its soft, full flavor and Its healthful
qualities. It la the best Hprtng tonc.
Order a case from your dealer.
(Continued from Pace 1)
It hardly appears probable that they
This being the case,- It seems thnt
the Legislature has sewed Itself- up
as tight as n drum, that It Is as thor
oughly trussed ris a chicken ptcpared
for tho oven, that it Is absolutely at
the mercy ot the Governor ns to
whether or, not It ahall'spond a tent
for Its own running, expenses.
. This all .conies about llirough tho
passage ot the bill that was signed by
the Qovexncr as Act 62. Section 8
ot this Act provides that:
"No expenditure ot public money
for Territorial purposes, oxcopt fgr
salaries or pay of officers or em
ployees or for permanent salaries,
subsidies or other claims or objects
for which a fixed sum or suma must
be paid by law, shall be mado except
by, through or with tho written ap
proval 'of n purchasing agent, who
shall bo appointed by tho Oovcrnor,
by nnd with tho approval of tho Sen
ate, and bo subject to his supervision
Any expenditure of money for .the
running oxpenses of tho Legislature
would certainly seem to ho an ex
penditure 9 public moiioy for Terri
torial purposes, and ns such must bo
ji.-XL.i!U. j,AJ.atkl!ita JiL.'toJt.'.lf
AND THAT MEANS
O JAPANESE SQUADRON
Tuesday, April C
Japancso sports In afternoon nt
A,tcr t ,, m-i ,10tn EU,. agnIn
0,)C)1 to lllB1)0ctloll uy ECIlcrai iU1b.
Wrinesday. April 7-
At 9 .,. mcoru nnd cadots
leave on special train for llalolw.i,
oh guests of tho Honolulu Chamber
After 2 p, m both ships open to
From 7 to 9 p. m flngshlp band
will play at Emma Square.
Tuesday, Aril 8
O Hirers nnd rndeta who did not go
on tho Hnlclwn trip will be taken lo
the Pall by auto, as gucnts of the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce.
Friday, April 9
OfiV.-crs nnd cadets will bo tlio
guests ot Hon. S. M. Damon nt his
country estate nt Moannlua.
From 9 to 11 n. in., the flagship
band will play lu tho Capitol
Saturday, April 10
Depart for Hllo.
Arthcllus Christian, n negro, vim.
In lloli'tniirt county, Virginia on Feb
18 attacked and then slabbed to death
n young wlillo scluiol girl, wna elec
trocuted lu tlio Richmond penitentiary.
Christian wna Indicted, tried and con
victed wlthlu twenty-four hours nfter
his euiltufo. i i
made only by nnd through tho pur
chasing ngent provided for In tho
section quoted. Tho section provide
that the purchasing ngent shall ho
appointed by tho Governor. Dut It
docs not say when ho Bhnll be np
pointed and Governor Frenr Bcems
to bo In no hurry to appoint a pur
Hut meanwhile tho law goes Into
effect upon Its nppinvnl. And it Jiaa
already been nppinvcd. So, as stated
In tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n yesterday, tho
Department heads nro In sora straits,
They can buy nothing themselves
not even postngo Btamps and there
Is no purchasing agent to do tho huy
lurr for thorn.
Hut today It appears that tho law
Is moro comprehensive thnn Its cro-
ators supposed, and that It applies to
Legislative purchases as well ns to
hb expenditures to he made for tho
Departments. The Legislature, nc
cording to tho Interpretation of tho
Inw mado by Deputy Auditor Meyors,
ennnot buy oven a box of typewriter
paper or a bottlo of Ink becnuso
theio Is no purchasing ngent, nnd tho
Jaw they tHpmscJvea passed precludes
them from spending public money
except by and through tho written
approval ot this mythical purchasing
To appoint n purchasing ngont he
foro July 1, the end of tho fUo.il year.
It nppoars would cause .confusion
thnt could nover bo straightened out.
So there you nre, Either tho Legis
lature must take Its lino new law nnd
amend It or ho sewed up tight. The
question Is, how nro tho honorable
me mberH going to clamber out of tho
pit they themselves dug.
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T IN KOREIQN Pdr.TS 'M'f ARRIVED j
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Tuesday. Acril 8.
8'" K-lANflPC'O Ariltod Ap-ll 5.
Ilk. S. C. ATIen, lienca Mar. IS.
S,.., fUANUIbCO Sailed April G:
U. S, A. T. Thomas, 12 m., for Hono
lulu. SJAL1NA dllUZ Arrived Mar. 27:
8. S.v Columbian, rionrlillo, Mar 13
KAAN,PALI Sailed April I:
8.v S: Plolndos, for Bull Francisco.
KA11ULUI Sailed Alull S;
B. 8. llyndes, for San Fraiclsc,i.
' Tuesday, April C.
Temperature G a. m., 03; S n.m.,
70; 10 n. ni., 72; neon, 72; morning'
Hnroniotcr, 8 n in., 30.11; nhro
luto humidity, 8 n. in., 4.229 gmlns
per cubic fcof; relative humidity, 8
a. m., S3 per cent.; dew point, S n.
in . G2.
Wind n. m., velocity 7. direc
tion NE; 8 n. in:, velocity 12, illicc
tl(.ii NE; 10 n. m., velT-ltv 10, direc
tion NE; noon, velojlty 8, direction
Ilnlnfall durl'lg 2 1 hours ended
8 n. in.. .00 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended nt noon, 221 mlle.i,
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather lturoau
Captain Rees Entertains
Admiral JJIehl, Cnptal't Y. Ihi: ut
tho flagship Aso nnd C-.p l-i T. Sito
of the Soyn, ucc.impankil by C'kii
miinder Sakniunto, Chief of i-l'lT und
n fuw other tenlor otllccra nt the Jap
anese cruisers, went down to Pearl
Harbor this morning ns gucrts of Cap
tain Corwln P. ltcca, U. 8. N., cam
mnndnnt of tho naval station.
Tho party left nt 10 o'clock In the
Unlto.l States lu;,' Iroquois, In com
maud of Lieutenant Cnmmundo'
Moson. After visiting tho Imrbor, tin
party returned by train this nftcrtunn
Fiom tlin railroad dejiot, they ilnivt
to the University Club, whoro Imicli
Tho Admiral nnd tho party wcro on
(ei tallied by tho members of tho Club
Included In tho pititv wore Chief
Justlco Hartwell, Governor Frcjr r.nJ
heads of tho Federal and Ttrilfjil.il
Ishltnro and iBhibashi, two .Inpanee
who wcro charge, 1 at the II. 8. Court
with having been engaged In thu liu
portatlon of women for Immoral pur
poaes, wcro this morning found not
guilty. Tho Jury came to u verdict
late last evening, nnd on healing name
and depositing with tho court ijfllr'al
woro allowed lo go homo. On opoiiln;
tlio coaled envelope, this mornln-x It
was found Hint a verdict of not guilt)
luul been returned. Tho men were uc
coriilngly discharged from custody.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Antonio Itoyes, n Porto lllcan, win.
Is chnrged with n very serious offense,
wno up before Judge Andrndo this
morning. A. M. llrown piosecutcd nnd
Attorney Strauss defended, Tho child
wiih put on tho witness stand nnd told
a pitiful tlory. Tlio detallH ilro ro
tolling, and tho alleged erlnio u heln
ous ono. Tho ciibo Is not yet finished
although most of tho morning wnu tiik
en up with It.
Tho lalo chief ut detectives fctalet
thnt tho ncriisatiou that ho forced i.
confession of burglary from tho boy
Joo Hosn nt tho point of a gun Is nn
absoluto falsehood. Tho boy when
arrested was qucstlonqd about the rob
bory at the- Tin nor house on ColU-st
Hills nnd according to ex-Chlof Knla
klel.i, confessed to tho theft of sonii
nrtleles nnd offered to lead the ufllcer.
to tho plnco whoio ho hail hurled the
loot. A party went out to tho spot
but nothing was found. Nnwnl may
linvo been through the liouso buIibo
queiitly or pi lor to tho visit whirl:
Itosa said ho made.
THE J1AUNA KEA sailed ai noon
today for Maul nnd Hawaii ports. She
had n Rood-alzod list of puiwiigerb
besides currying mall and general car
go. Dies From Accidental Wound Co
i am. Cnl., March 20. J. Steln'ls dead
from tho effects of n guiuhot wound
Inflicted iieeldentally Thursday by hla
employer, Fred Hooper. Iloforo dying
htem exonerated Hooper from nil
Capt. James A. Davis, commander of
llio Ancient nnd Honorable Artillery
compnny of Boston, died of he;ut din-
enRo at his homo In Lexington, XIiibj ,
last night, nged 52 years,
tfim'tf i!-if,-,aa- nifi.rj
Monday, April 5 PJOU.
Am. hk. Fooling fiicy, Wlllctt, to.'
Kahiitul, 12: HI p. lu.
atnir. Kb Ait Hon, Oncha, for Kami,
GilS p. in,
Stmr. Nooatt, Piltz, for Kaii.il, 0 p. m.
Tuesday, April fi.
II. Q. A. T. Rhoil Jan. Ironi MiMillu
l:i NngasMkl, 7:3 a. in.
Stmr. Mauim Lo.i, tllmprion, from
Hawaiian nnd Maul pnrtx, G:30 ;i. in.
Stmr. M.iutia Kca, for Hllo nnd wi.y
ports, 12 in.
.-. ; ;.
i SAILING TODAY
' U. 8. A. T. Shcrld-m, for San 'Fnn-
cicro, p. in.
P. M. 3. 8. Asia, G.uikvoger, for San
r'rancisco, p. in.
Stmr. Mlicihala, for Molottal nud
Maul ports, G p. in.
Stmr. Kl.iau for Kauai potts, G p. in
I'rnni M.inC.i niul TCnfrifinkl tw- II.
3. A. T. Sheridan, April . Mlsa '.'..
AtMinv a W M A. 1,1.-. W 1
........... ...,j ... .... ,c.., ,,. ...
Aers, v,-fo and 2 children, It. F. Ilacnii,
v, ik mid child. Aliss K. Black nud
mother, C. II. Bowers, W. J. Iliownu
and wife, II. K. Crale, C. O. Claik, V.
. Connelly, wife nnd child. Miss W.
Dunlnp, Mrs. M. E. Duuster, lt. A.
T. ICnslon nnil 3 rlilllirii Mm .t S.
Kvnna, Mrs. Forrler oud child. .1. F.
(recti, .lira. Jonn llagany, F. W. Ileal).
J. W. Holmes, wife nnd child. .1. C.
Kinsman, J. M. I.lddell, Miss L. L.
I Indlcy. Mrs. W. L. Lyster, J. C. Ma-
oney, Mrs. W. It. McCornnclt nud
ion. Mrs. II. II. Million! and daughter,
MIjh 8. (J. Pliinmier, Frederick Power.
Mrs. .1. Ilegnn nnd Fon, 11. F. ltltteii-
.nmte, Miss F. Rngora. Mrs. .1. Iiwlei'
lllll 2 clllldrrn MIkk llrimln ttv.-in fiml
mollicr. W. E. Saliln, Mrs. E. O. Sauml
is nnd child, F. T. Seller, wife nud
hll.l, Geo 11. Sharon, wlfo nnd 2 ulitt
Ircii. Mrs. F. Slmcock. Frank O. Smith,
Mrs T. F. Smith. A. J. Stone. J. C.
ftrmias, J. L. Walker nnd wife. W. A.
A'alrh, Mr?. J. II. Wilson nnd 2 chil
li en. 11. S. WoodBnn wife and 2 dill
Ircn, F. V.'. Brcck tnd wife. Miss A.
la-man. For Honolulu: Mr3. Coollv.
Lt. Houston, U. S. L. II. 8.
Per htmr. Manila Loa. Slmorann.
from Hawaii and Maul porta, April i!.
-II F. Collins. 11. F. Dlshop, Minn E.
S'. Illshop. Miss II. J. Keller, II. F.
lonca, Sam Joncsi, L. .1. Sliirdls, A.
Jt.nen. Joo Oarpar. Ss:n G.iapar, T. F.
(Iiistacn und wife, It. A. McWnynu,
Mis. F. Gomel, Mlsa K. Clark. J. A.
llnsulro. J. P. Mendonca, 0. F. Muyd
mil wlfo, J. Vliiei'u, M. It. Perrelr.i
U'l 52 deck.
I- . .j.
Per Unir Mutina. Kca, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, April C, 12 ni. Sam E.
.Vong, II. Aug. Chock, J. Harris Mile
tenzlo. N. A. Gl.lddlnc Malor S II.
Wiulhania, Mr. McConnlck nnd party,
tint parol E. Muipliy, MUs I.ll'lo Nlcli
Il:i. O. Shlpiunn, Dr. J. II. Uayinonil.
inm Wood r.nd wlfo, W. Men ill nnd
Niro, A. Horner nnd wife, Mr3. II. ll.
Joopor r.nd 2 children. A. W. Carter
nil parly. II. L. Aldrldce. G. I). Mn.
bono, J, II. Fuller, 1). Ultor, Mra. Arcla,
ira. i.iko. nira. A. I. Annate.!. Geo.
limn, II. M. Dickson, J,I38 llcronlo.
Mrs. Uenlon Him, M. c. Pomroy. K.
t. Morilu, lt. A. Kearni, W. A. Kliru-y,
lolm Hind, wife nnd ion, H. I. l.lilie,
rhos. U. Ariulhlead and wire, (lo.i. (l.
ilok, Mrti. J., h. Kii'ioiva. J. Li-uinrj
ind wlfo and two children, A. Mason,
V. O'Brien, C. Woltero, W. J. Dyer,
Air. Mullor nnd wlfo. Mr. Benton nnd
wife, M. A. Mooro and wife, Mls3 Allco
Mooro, Mlta Collt Mooro, G. 11. Kranur
and wlfo, L. A. Dickey.
; PASSENGERS BOOKED J
' Per stmr. Klnau, for K.uiil, April '!
3 l). in. F. Gay und wlfo, J. A. Pal.
nter, J. P. Cooko, Mm. A. Mackintosh.
Mrs. O. Mackintosh, II. I). Wlnhnrd, A.
Robinson nnd wire, 11. Wnggoncr, F.
E. Harvey, Mlta E. Gay, MIbb J. G.i),
A. ItohliiHun and 2 chlldien.
Per Htmr. Mlknhal.i, for .Molokal,
April 6, 6 ii, in. F. W. Poato, C. II.
I WATERfRONT NQTE8
TUB MAIINA I.oX. nrrlvlug "th?t
nornln'g, brought 90u0 bag? wigir, 570
'i.iga cnffcp, 00 bags tarn, SS bags char
coal, 10 liaqn g'nger, 2 bnga nwa, 10
bunches ban mas. I barrels ornng"s.
bunilloH dried (1th, 12 cratea dried llsh,
12 caseB dried fl'li, 11 cm,o.i iirescives,
111 pieces koa lumber, 15 crates chlek
eiiH, 5 pigs, 78 bundles hides, 15 hogs,
5 horses, 1 mule, 31 head e-ittle, 1 auto,
175 packugoii Mindilos, Purser Filet
'opoita tho following Biignr on Hawaii:
ilonuapo, 1749; Punnluii 7870; llono
kaa, 17 000; Kiikulhaclo, 2000; Pauil
hau 10,000; Painllo, 20,C0"; KaVIm
THE MIKAIIAI.A Balls this nfter
noon for Mololtnl, Maul nnd I. anal. On
her icturn trp. she will bring shaep
and c-ittle from Lanal und Mololtnl.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyo.e
Motor, S175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS :
Kim; St. oppm'4e. South St,
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