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BVBN1M0 nUlf-ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, APR. S, lfJOS.' ,:
WEEKLY CAlEHDiR j
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Commnndery Reg
ular, G p. m.
rtoto Croix Special, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lai Aloha Chapter No. 3 Ren
ular. All visiting members of Iho
Order are cordially Invited to
iitteml mcitltiKt uf loctl lodges
" ':r , . .:
UAKMOHY LODUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets oveiy Xiouday evening at
7:30 In 1. O. 0 I' Hall, Part Street
U It. IIILNDHY, Secretary
f. a wicki:, ?;. a.
All visiting iirctbeis ery cordially
OAnU LODGE, No. 1, K. oJ F
Mejti overy first nnd third Frl
Jay nvontug nt 7:30 In K. of P. Mali,
cernor Port nnd lloretenU. Vlsltlug
Drainers cordially- Invited to attend
V. 11. NUGENI, C. C.
It. GOSLING. K. It. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. P. 0. E.
Ho- olulit I.odgo No. GIG, 1). 1'. O.
Klkn, meets lu their hnll, on King
Street, near Kurt, every Friday even
ing. VIkIUiib iliollieis uio eoidlully
Invited tu uttriid
E. A notTIIITT, 12. It.
II C K.A810.N, Ber'y.
Wat. 1TKINLEY LODGE No.3, K.ofP.
Meats ovcr 2uil and 4th Ssturd.i)
ei-ining at 7:30 o'clock In 1C. ot 1'.
SU11, eor. Fort and Ileretnula. Visit
tnj brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. I'. M. McGHUW. C. O.
12. A. JACOUSEN. K. IK. 3.
UONOLULU AERIB 140, F. 0. S.
Mevta on thti 2nd and 4th WKD
KWDAY evenings at each month at
1:10 o'clock lu K. ot r. Hnll, corner
Qerttsnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles uro invited to at
tend. W. M. MrCOY, V Tre.t.
H. T. MOOPE. Becy.
HAYAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. II.
Meet every first nnd third Thurs
day of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Mall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
fJEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
-f sinTxa3r -t jrcKTaxiE.s:ij
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STTLE8
end PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
H Corner Kinjr ncd Tort Streets.
All kinds in rolls nnd sb:ets.
AMERICAK-HVfIIAN PAPEU &
SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fcrt and Queen bts., Honolulu,
Tel. 410. Deorur- 0. Gr.iln, flen. Mri
Purest Flavor Hij;hest Quality
Buarnuteod Absslutsly Pure,
' CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., 281
Kins St.; P. 0. Bos 014.
Blank booki of nil not In, lodgers
etc., mnnufneturod by tho llullotln
WHEN YOU GET YOUR
by us ou will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mftr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, $11.85.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAEJA.
BO'lION BLDG., FORT ST.
CinLDREN'S OOATS AND
AND DECORATIVE ?LANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR!
THI FLORIST, HOTSL Y0UN 114.
'The Finctt Bathing on (he Btaeh."
Meals At All. Hcmn.
wines, liquors, and cmam.
W. C. BEHOaT, Proprietor.
Vor Distilled Water ajtf Atsertsi
Sods WaVak, tUlivertd U oflee oaj
residsnee, RINa UP 557,
Arctic. Soda Water Works
UM3 Miller St
M. 2. ma SA
The Manhattan Cafe
.'Tenls and Short Orffm at All Times
of the Day and Nicht. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
K. Win, WAHHAM. atop.
Horso, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
Che Best Wliii'.iey' on the Market
CHOS. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
t?nOHE J40. V 0. BOX W5.
Hvcrythinp; that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ld.
931 FORT ST.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Tor. FORT and KING Ets., Hcnolnla.
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavo Hotel, Liliha Street.
lilauk books of all (.oris, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho liullotln
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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,
Khlcra nro closed tomorrow.
Ten Rood Hiitu-hncks. Phono 6.
Al. Tliurlnw of tho Ilojnl Annex
Rcrcs tho finest incuts In town
Alius riuruice Ho of l.almlim,.Maul,
ullt lcuo on thu steamer Mnunn I. on
A joiiuc; man wUhes room nnd
btr.ikfast with private family. Sco
ad. this issue.
Tho dlvorco suit of l.cttls k. I.cls,
In which tho wlfo Is niiliiK. nn Us
mlaicil this niorntiiK. '
The stock book of tho Oaliu Stiai1
Co., Ltd., will bo closed In transfers
from April KHli to ICth, 1009.
If you want your lint cleaned rltht
semi It to tho Expert Hut CIciiiuh.
Fort street, npposltu Club Stables.
Tho notorious jail breaker Lopon
lius rcliirncd to Illk) nnd tho local po
lice nro not sorry to hear the Hews,
W. K. Andrews, n well known sugar
man, Is le.nliiK on the Hllonlan for
San Francisco, en loutc lo tho Wert
Kahulln, tor loading hlnitelf up wllh
ulcohol to tho ik'lrlinont of his bntlii
pan, had to pass In four dollars to tho
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You v.111 bo surprised at lis coollnq
and prqscrvatito properties Cnlltornln
Feed Co., hia-nts.
Chief of Detectives Joa I.enl re
turned this morning from Maul with
his prisoner, Harris, who escaped from
the police station.
JtidRo Ilnllou will beromo a mem
ber of the firm of Kinney, Marx. Fros
tier & AiiilcrHOM. Mr. Marx will not
ictlro from Iho firm.
it. C tlronn, liniulKratlon Inspeclor,
accoinpnnlcd by Ills stiff, will be
among Iho outgoing passengers in the
Maimn Loa tomorrow.
Judge Mahaulu and Deputy Sheriff
Oscar Cox of Wnlalun were Introdiicod
to Captain Ishll of (he flagship Aso and
Captain Sato of tho Soya.
Jns, Hopkins, who took such n cargo
of rn-ike-Jiilce that his I'llmsoll mark
was tiwny out of sight, dug up four
plunks this morning at tho 1'ollce
11 Denney was sentenced to fifteen
das' imprisonment nnd to pay costs
of $1.50 by Judgo Andrndo this morn
ing. Denncy wns charge 1 i.ilh larceny
In tho second degree
Sheriff Jarrctt iind A. M. Drown hao
gone down to Wulrlii i on an Import
ant matter. It Is suppcsid to bo in
connection with an ntteinpted rape
caso which has been reported by thu
Tho Missionary Gleaners will hnvo
for salo on Saturday delicious houc-
maile randy. The salo will take placo
at KM2I Fort rtn-c-t, next to 0. J. Day'n.
Your pntrouugn is kindly solicited.
Tho proceeds will bo used for their
Lieutenant llnustln, who nrrlvrd In
tho transport Sheridan to become
lighthouse Insjiector for tho District
ot Hawaii, will officially tako charge
of Iho ofllco within three days. Ho Is
now located In ttio McCandlces build.
tug. it is expected that hu will mnka
inspection of tho lighthouses on tho
first of tho month. He will visit thq
other Inland In the Kukul.
Tomorrow being Good Friday, the
chief serweo nt St. .Andrew's CutliU'
drill will bo tho "Thrco Hours' 8er
vice," beginning nt noon nnd ending
nt 3 p, m. At noon tho Itepronchos
will bo sung nnd then Dlshop Itcntnr-
Ick will begin his addresses on tho
"Last Soon Words'' spoken from tlm
cross, llctwcen each address ttu-ro
wilt ho a hymn nnd prayers. While
many stay n)l tho time, ypt nnjiino
Is nt liberty to enter or Icavo tlio
church nt any tlmo during the sing
ing of n hymn. Christians of over)'
namo aro cordlnlly invited to at
tend. HOW HaRJS escaped
Harris, tho negro, has told how ho
escaped from tho lock-up a couplo of
weeks ngo. According to tho colored,
man's story ho walked up to tho door,
as before stated In the H u 1 1 o 1 1 n,
and entering tho receiving station
shortly after tho watch changed, mado
his way unobserved towards thu big
door that leads to freedom. Ho hnd
removed tho bandage from his head
and had Btooped soniowhnt when pass
ing tho ofllco window. This story seems
to bo borno out by Miss Ilcrtloman's
(.tntement, In which sho Bald that a
link mail had walked past her un tho
day that Harris escaped.'
Harris spent somo days right in tho
city In hiding, and finally got on board
the hark Foohny Buoy, which went In
low of tho lutropld to Kahuliil. Tho
negro was In court this morning but
its A. M lirown wus nwny at Wnlulua
tho caso was put over till tomorrow,
A Xoct MsOmi AMortaMt of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KINO ST. PHONE 525;
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN I0WN.
Sugar Trust May
Escape By Paying
NKW YOltIC, N. Y., April 7. The Amcilran Sugar Hellnlng Com
pany has agreed to pay the remaining $.100,000. of the $S71,S!)G. ilnUai
laxed ngalnct them by tho novcruiucnt on tho ulleged shortwclght ot
Imports'. If tho company decides to pay un additional one million dol
lars nil other suits ngnlnst tho refineries will be dropped,
a i i , i
ROOSEVELT PRAISES BELffiF WORK
;ItOM12, Italy, April 7. Mr. Roosevelt left this rlty ycdteiday. Ilufore
departing ho sent n mcis.igo to tho American pcopto toniniendlng Hie le
llef Woik done nt Messina nnd Kcgglo by the ollliors and men uf Uio At
lantic Fleet nfler tho recent earthquake disaster
CONGRESS MAY RETURN MARINES
WASIIINdTON, I) C, April 7
cided I tint Congiesii is empowered under thu Coustllutlo-j to icplnco Iho
marines upon the warships.
To newly furnished rooms nru for
rent. Sco ml, this Ishuc
Whitney & Mnri-h nro again showing
their usual line of lino trimmings,
An estnto notice ro Nclllo Whllo
Drliikcrhon, deceased, appears In this
The Alexander Young Cnfo will de
liver hot cross buns before hienkfast
on Oood Filday, Older now. Phono 50,
Hnlelwa Is the plere for u IfU of u
week 'or n month. Try It onco and
)ou will bo a patron of Iho housu ul
A gis stove Is a feature In tho eco
nomical household. Money Is B.ned
by Its uro and comfort Is ussuied. Ho
nolulu tins Co., Ltd
Hotter order your hot crjss buns
fiom the Palm, phone 511, now nnd
hnc them dellered ul our door
early tomorrow mor.iln
Why not glvo our Aloha lo Island
Mends, or thoto on arriving or depart
ing steamers, by wireless telegraph?
The low rates will surprlso you.
For tho finest soil for gardens, orch
ards, nnd nit sorts of filling tu work,
glvo us a (rial. Wo fill orders prompt
ly at lowest prices, Honolulu Con
structlon nnd Drnjlug Co, Ltd. Phone
Trcfoussc two clasp kid gloica In
white, tans and black nt $1.25 nt Whit
ney & Mnrsh's.
Kier) thing ready for those Faster
title dlniiur?' Jullp niraws, Ice neam
fnezerB all slies. Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
grocers, 1C9 King street; tulephouo
240, Dainty delicacies. Wu enter to
Thcro will ho an I2astcr glotu h;c
lal at Sachs' this week for Saturday
only, In lG-button length silk gloves
and whlto lisle glows. Silk gloves,
$1.76 quality, $1 pair; whlto lisle, $1
quality, 75c pair.
Tho man who knows good clothes,
and refuses to wear nny other kind,
doesn't hao to ho argued Into buying
a Ilenjamln suit after he's tried It on.
See for yourself. Tho Hash Co., Ltd ,
Fort and Hotel streets.
Wo h;io tho Seed, Hummer, nnd
Cramer dry plates, each In Its bovcral
speeds, In tho plain and orlhochro
mntlc. Call mid hco toino of their
work, Honolulu Photo Supply Co,
Fort near Hotel street.
W P. Hcllbron, proprietor of tho
Metropolitan Meat Market, has always
on hand Australian njid Hawaiian mut
ton, and Island and mainland beef,
which ho will servo to customers if
they will btato their prefcrenco when
Tho Japanese, flagship band will
tender tho following concert at tho
Cnpltol grounds Friday morning,
from 9 lo 11 a, m.t
March: When tho Moon With Glo
ry Ilrlghtcns Arbucklo
Ovorturo: Popujar Pousso Cafo , .
Selection: Mnmsel Angot. , . .Lerock
Waltz: Mela Lcbcnslunllst mid
Pallia: Amboss Parlow
Japanece Song: Snnbaso
Selection: Hod Mill Heibcit
Galop; Champagncr Lunby
Tho B.tino organization win ren
der tho following program on board
tho flagship Aso from 3 to 6 o'clock
March: Annua Gray
Overture: Dtchtor and Ilauer. .Suppq
Selection: Itcd Mill Herbert
Japanese Song: Itokudan
Waltz: Laura Mlllocker
Japanese Song: Kchlgojlshl
Selection: Faust Gounod,
Mnrch: Washington Post Sousa
TIK2 NORAU arrived this morning
from Knual with .4120 bags sugar nnd
9 packages sundries. Purser McKen
zio reports tho following sugar on
Knual, ready for shipment: M, s. Co,
1B.C89; It. M'8310; O.. 44G0; Kolon,
CGSO; Keallu, 21,000; Kllauea, C200;
K. S M, 8100; M. II. G., 31,489; Moll,
10.923 The Nnoau will leave ngilti
today for Knual.
Attorno (Jetiernl Wlcl.eisluui has de
Admiral IJIehl. commandliig tho
japancso sqiruiroii now in port, is
giving this afternoon on board tho
two cruisers an At-IIome for the
pcoplo of Honolulu. The vessels
have been exquisitely decorated for
tho occnblon. Strings of Internation
al flags, marine signals, nnd other
colors hnvo been susponded 'between
tho two ships, The "elilochlns, ' or
Japanese lanterns, occupy conspicu
ous places uer the dock.
Over tho main gute to tho Naval
whnrf nro suspended largo American
and Jnpancso llagu athwart. All ov
er the ships uro dcorntlons In nt-
triinfll'n rn'nrn Atiifinrr tliitrn tlmt
will surely win the admiration of tho
guests aro tho nitiflclil cheny trees
nnd fiowois. Tlieso were made by
the snllom, who mo likewise artists.
flu thn .lr.,. nenr tlie mmirwnxM
leading to tho cruUcis, Is an nreua
whero tho Juinnc3o sailors will In
dulge In their national athletic
sports. They will cnUrtatn the
guests with fencing, wrestling, Jlu
Jltsu, chulr-rrces, nnd fancy dances.
The two thlps will be open for In
spoUlon by tho Invited gucstn. Ad
miral IJIehl will bo nsslstcd In re
ceiving by Consul General Uycno, his
tt.tff, and probably' by homo ot the
llorgcr's baud will play alternately
with tho l!ui;wliliVi band Tonight
the flugshlp vlll bo illuminated with
(Continued from Pxa I)
and thu Indictment of thu Grand Jury
read. It was found Hint tho proof as
regards the note was not thu same as
tho Indictment. Tho latter stated that
the note was signed "Y. Abe," nnd tho
words "Katlgahnra Shotu b" did not
appear. Tho man w;ih accordingly lot
An Indictment cannot be amended
In connection with nn extradition caso,
ro tho Japanese will be allowed run
reliable tlmo to depart for Japan It
Is oven said thtt the Territory will
l.nvo lo pty his rrtun faro to Yokn.
hnnn, nnd lint n el ilm for dum-jg-i
may nlt.o bo lu order.
It Is bo'luicd lint Abe lru victim
ized buveral bmks l:i Honolulu nlso,
and thnt n fresh application for extradi
tion will bo made ns soon as Abu
reaches Japan. If ho docs not leavo
Hawaii within n reasonable tlmo ho
may bo m rested on n now charge.
This morning Iho following resolu
tion was lutiodueeil Into tho Senate by
"Resolved, that iho Attorney Gcucial
of tho Territory bo nnd ho Is hereby
requested to foithwlth fllo with tho
Clork of tho Seuato n detail report of
all expenses Incurred by nnd thiongh
his department for uud on account of
tho prosecution of tho ctso of tho Ter
ritory of Kuwait vs. Abo."
WORK 'ON POST WILL
(Continued from Psie )
Captain Cjistner, tho constructing
quaiternutster, has been left here,
nnd this fvt Is advanced us ono of
tho icasons for believing that the
Wnr Department authorities contcm
plnto gctt.'in busy In th'o Immediate
Tho new post will bo large enough
to accommodate n full brlgndo of i, , board tho Claudlne, nnd kept his
troops and all of tho btructures will word. Leal had no tiouhlo with hla
lift Itllflf nf lull. In.n.il in,. nxntn n-1ia'.. ..
bo built of leinforced concrete, Tho
undertaking wl bo n gigantic one.
but onco work Is commenced it will
bo rushed along.
Local Army officers expect to bco
tho vmlous building apparatus on
the gioiind nt Lellehun within tho
noxt three months, and, though It
is denied that any dellnlte nnnounco- o. w. Can arrived this morning lu
ment Iiub been received from Wns,h- tho Clnudliiu.
ington lcgnidjng tho tlmo, July 1 ln c
tho clnlp usually ncc.op,tcil as the onni Veteran Postal Inspector Dies Chi-
on which oporatlons will comnienec, 'cago, Miuch 23 Hubert W. McAfeu.
Tho latest styles in Princess robes,
laeo nnd iniille, pinks, blues, ami
whites, line n and MilrtwnUt suits Juit
received til Miss Wooilard'8, on Fort
st rcct near convent. Como catty nnd i fined nlmost untliely to keeping idijee
get llrBt choice. Itlouiiblo matter out of tho limits.
I ., . .',. k
' I IN FOREIGN PORTS ARRIVED I
ThiTEH.iv. Aorll .
YOKOHAMA OllUd Aplll 7i
fj. S.. Mongolia for Huiiulitlu,
OAVIOTA- Sailed April 1.
M 12. Chllcott, for Honolulu.
1'OltT SAN LUIS Sailed April 7
Lktno Fullcrton, for Honolulu.
CAN BE MILLED
C. W. Uciimr g.ivo n dcinnnstia
Hon (hU iiioinlng of his i.m'-liliic for
giiudlng nlgi'i'ntia henr.s bo un to
mako them Into n better food prod
ltrnc.tr reems to hnvo solved tho
uniting the rnncli-
ls(s of two
cru-hcrs mui'i lll.e the tolls ot it
iu(,nr mill, drlvon by cleetilc power. I
The nlgcrcb'a benns nro fed Into tills
cruahcr, thr.t Is spinjed with water,
and they (onie out witti the Inner
seeds completely crushed nud le.uly
to feed to cattle.
Quito mi assembly went lo Calton
Ncll's shop this foieuonu lo watch
the demonstration. 1). P. P.. Hcn
beig is one ot the enthusiasts on tho
Hc-ncar mill. Tom Kim; was theio
and gave his OIC to the product.
The nlgcioba bean hits always been
n splendid food pro.lutt, bill It has
hitherto been Impossible to bleak up
the small seeds within the beans,
whlf.li have the highest food vnlnc.
Mr. Isonberg has had tho bean seed
! asscl1 '' "I'cff. "' '''
thnt If this seed can bo crushed, ho
will have one of the finest rnmth
'oods produced. Mr. l3enborg goes
ucyonti uio iiawnn nmrhei in ins iuu
dictions of the fiiluio of Kcnear'o
Tho outturn Is better than oil-
cal.e, and Isenberg believes that when
this machine l.i fully perfected It
will enable till s Tonltory to furnish
a llrst-clnss feed, hotter thnn oil
cake for ranchers of tho mainland.
Thcro ii more thnn enough to sup
ply tho local demand.
All tliow who observed the vvoik-
Ing of Helical's Invention wcio well
sntlslled of Its ability to do nil thnt
Is claimed for It.
i :i ,
(Continued fiom Pare 1)
hnvo reached their highest nnrket for
Iho season by iiuy means. Hutchinson
Is slated for more r.etlvlty wluu tho
local pvnplo get better acquainted with
Tho slight drop In tho prlco of pugti
vvnB given by somo mi a lomm for the
lower nstving pilco on u few of the
high-priced stocks. Hut $70 n ton Is
nil right under any circumstances, and
tho "reduction" will probably serve no
other purpose than to sh iko out rmnu
of tho fearful linen who have been buy
ing for "n quick turn" nnd htvo no
prospect for huldlng on to their securi
ties. Tho lower lutu- prlco ein eislh hi
iiiiouuted for by Iho fne: lint I mii.i
low Is a holhhii' on tho Now York '.".
thaiuc, mid with Sal.urd ly : hujr hoi
Iday theio will bo vuiy 1 It t lo I'Cl.m lu
Iho miiiket ouo way or tho nihil.
HARRIS RETURNS IN
CUSTODY Or LEAL
Kmory Harris, tho negro who es
caped fmm tho pollco station somu
time ngo, icturucd to his old quar
ters this morning. Chlof of Detect
ives Leal madn n Hying trip to Kuhu
lul, and quickly located hla iiiiin.
llairls was on board u vessel which
wau nt niiehur Instdu tho breakwa
Chief Leal waited till about 3 a.
m , mid then took u nhorclioat out to
tho ship Harris was awakened, nud
lit onco put up n weak attempt to re
sist. Leal, however, soon convinced
tho ncgio thnt uny fight was use
less. "Well, Joe," lemurked llnriis. "As
soon ns I heard jou wero tho ni'v
Chief ot DoteLtlvts, I decided to give
nijLoir up. I wus going to do It on
Sunday, anyhow." Harils piomlsed
to bo n cood boy on thu trln down
prisoner on uio voyage.
According to Chlof Leal, Ilnrrjs
mado no statement ns to how ho es
caped fiom tho Pollco Court lock-up.
Sheriff Jairett Is down at Wnlnlut,
nnd on his return the matter will Im
fiO years of ugo, u veteran poslollleo
Inspector, known ns tho "Anthony
ConiHtocl; of Chicago," dumped dead
of heart dlseaEo whllo uilhlnvr lu
State sheet today. IIIh wpik wnt rou
Wednesday Apill 7.
Stmr J A Cummins, Sonils, fioui
KuiiIiiii potts, 8.15 p. m.
Tliursdiiy, Aplll S.
ntinr. Cluudlnc, llennett, from Ha
waii nnd Mnul poits, r,:03 n. m.
Stinr. Nucnti, S.icks, from Vnuhola,
3:C(! n. m. !
Wednesday, April 7.
1'. JI. S. S. Asia, (Ijiikrngur, for San
1'iaiitlieo, D: 15 p. m.
Hdir. Ada, for Molokal ports, p. m. .
' P. JI. G. S. China, from San Fran
elsto, j DUE TOMORROW
O. S S. Aliuiodn, Dowdell, fron San
Fianclsco. n. ni.
P. M. 3. S. Chlm, for the Oilent.
j' PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per btmr. Clnudlne, llennett, fiom
Haw-all mid Mnul purls, 5:03 . in,
Aplll S.' 12. C. Merrill, G. W. Cair.
W. A. Yeats, C. G. White. 12. Harris,
J. Leal, Wm. Hnttle, Jim Ynreii, Mis.
Kiiholdioliinn, XIrs. It. A. Kami, O.
('. Krumbliaar, wife, and child; II.
M. Wells, MrB. F. Knock, live ihll
ilrcn. nud two borvanlB; Miss M. Ka
li Mrs. Ilnpantil'i, L. Welnrhelnier,
.Miss M M. CooiTc, and 35 deck.
I PA8BENGER6 DOOKCD
I'cr otmr. Mnunn. Loab, Slmenion,
for Konn-Knu ports, 12 noon, April
I' J. Uasp.tr, II. C. Men, G. F. Mnj
tlvvdl and wife, Loo Joe, W. I'. Ka
piilanl. W. Urecn, Mrs. Ah Lnu. Mrs.
A. Aklna, Miss J. Henton, Miss Sim-
ray. Vt . W. Ilruner, A. W. Carter tud
paity. It U. Iliow-n, Miss Calhv
Me ore, Mlts Florcnio Ho, Mlts K.
CUiU, H. A. SIcWnjnc
Per rtmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson,
for Knual, 5 p. in., April S. Mrs. A.
L. Houghton, MIeb W. Agncr, D. L.
Auttln. Miss L. Orange, Miss J. John
soil, Miss A. Wclbltc. 12. K. Aldrlrh,
r. A. Iluiuliighnm, O. L)shnhn, A.
Constnbel, Hoso K. Clark, Miss Sun-
HOIILD TI1I2 CHINA keep up her
ucoid ho fur un speed Is c-oiicenied.
iho will show up lato this nftrinoun.
Otherwlco alio will mrlvo tomoriow
TUB CLAUDINF. relumed thU
morning fiom Iluvvnll uud Mnul polls.
I.lluglug 301." btgs rugar, 03 hogs, IS
lockages hides, 135 packages smi
THI2 STKAMI2H James A. Cununlni
Captain Soarlu, in rived last night fiir i
Koolau poits, hilngiug rice, siig-ir, p'i
tatoes nud other miscellaneous cji,:.
THK IIILONIAN left San I-'r.iui 1st o
itstenlaj for tills poit. Shu will soo.i
bo I i commuulcotlou with tho Kul-u'; i
Till: SCUOONI.'I) ADA left for Mn
In!, il poits yi sturday aftriiu'in wph i
lull load of luiubur.
Till: W. (1 HALL vlll Ictve this a'
lei noon for Kauai polls, the H.illj ,u
IJICHI'S SKIPS TO
VISIT SAN PEDRO
Tho Japanese cruisers, In com
maud of AUmlrnl IJIdil, now In poit.
Will go to Sail Pedro beforo going to
Sun Fruutlsco. Tills wub decided
upon lit tho requeJt of Jiiptnco re
siding lu Uta Angeles, who, It U Mild,
reqiieltd tho Adiilirnl to mnl.u u
short stay thcro.
llefoie the cruisers left Japan for
a Litilso abroad, San i'edio wus not
Include 1 In tho official Itinerary, as
one of tho Btopplng-phircs. Fiom
thcro the wiirhlilps will pioceed to
Sau Pruncltjio. Aftur visiting the
other ports, Admiral IJIchl'a cru'sois
will nrrlvo again at Honolulu In
Juno liofuro returning to Japan.
HOLY WEEK AT ROMAN
Holy Week ren Itcs at the Knmtii
Cntholle cithediul havo been miuu;ud
Miiundy Thursday (lodav) Soinrui
and icrcinoii) of the Washing of the
1-eot, 3 0 clock. Tliioiighiiut tin day
uud nlpht, iidoratlon of tho Illotsc 1
Good Friday 9 n m , eeieiunni'". 1
p. tu . Kin.allaii Lcrnuin mid Htai'oni
of til, C'iihs: " p. m., Portuguese tci
mon; 8 p in llugllrh scrinun.
Holy Hnt'irdiiy -7 u m , HenedUtlon
of flie, Ilauer caudlo, nnd biptlsiiul
fniili, foPowid liv iiontlflctl inns.-tj".T-'s;
""?; 'nii .!
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycts
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. VALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opo-N'o Sontti St.
lli Maim i,tttt,";