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EVBN1N0 nmAlBTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, APIUL 13, 100.
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Honolulu Chapter Mark Mattel
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 p. m.
Hawaiian Lodge Third Degree.
All visiting members o( tha
Order nre cordially Invited to
I Htictul meetings of local lodges
HARMONY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday overling at
7:30 In 1. O. O ' Hall, l'ort Street.
E. II. HKNDrtY, Secretary.
r. u. w icki:, n. a.
Alt vlslllug brothers very cordially
0A11U LODGE, No. I, K. of. P.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day ovonlng at 7:30 In 1C. ot P. Hall,
corner Tort and Ileretanln. VUltlug
"rotber cordially Invitee' to attend.
r. . NUOHNT. C. C.
It. GOSLINQ, K. 11. S.
HONOLULU L0D0E 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, II. 1'. O.
Hlks, meets In lliclr linll, on Kins
Streot, near Tort, every Friday oven
lug. Visiting llrotlicrs nro cordially
Invited to attend.
IJ. A. UOUTIIITT, K. U.
II. L' i:STON, Sec"y.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Mosts every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening ut 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1.
Hall, cor. trt und llarctnnia. Visit
ing lirnthors cordlilly Invited to at
tend. 1 SI. McGKEW, C. O.
n. A. JACOUSHN, k. n. s.
B0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WF.D
SHSDAY evenings ot each month at
7.20 o'clock In It. ot P. linll, corner
Bcrctsula nnd Port streets.
Visiting Eaglci are Inltod to at
.ud W. 51. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T.-MOOI'E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO S VNUnnSON, Sachem,
n. V TODD, C. of It.
The but assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave ypur order for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and -sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD,
Fort nnd Queen Sis,, Honolulu.
Tel, '110. George G. Guild. Gen. Mgr.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box, 014.
Illnuk books nt nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Uullctln
Out of the
House to Mo
Rat and Roach Paste
Is absolutely guaranteed to exterminate-
rats, mice, cockroaches,
Moncy.back If It falls.
Ready for use. Rotter than traps,
lor It drives rats and mice out of tho
houso to die.
2 oi. box 2c; 16 ox. bos J I.0O.
Sold ererrwhero Or pent ciprcts prepaid
' on reeolpt of price.
StUM? CLtCTfttt PASTE CO., CHICiOO, III.
WHEN YOU GET YOUR
by us you will be satisfied iln
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, ?U85.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR. ALAKEA.
BOTTON B.LJJO., FORT-ST,'
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YQUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watei, delivered to office1 and
residence, RINO UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Wqrks
1203 Miller St.
M. R. DE 8A.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals nnd Short, Orders at All Times
of the Dav and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST.. NEAR HOTEL.'
R. Win. WARHAM. Prop..
Everything that the Name Implies.-'
Office Suppjy Co.Xfd
031 FORT ST.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian 'Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu,
HE WILL AFTEIt THI8.
f'Oh, Jilonry," sold sho blithely
AB(ne snt uown to nine,-.'
"I have bought tho sweetest cushion t
tor, a dollar nlnctynlnol
"It wns bargain day at Stnnloj's,
And they advertised It bo
That tho.storq wnf (airly crowded,
for mo prices wero so low.
"H'mP ho cojighed nud (poked a,kowt
"As suro ns I'm nlho,
jtVo arc .selling that sahio, cushion n I
' At a dolar , twenty-five."
Not n word.th'jn'broko tho stlcnco '
Till lils wile, wlth'mnn sighs.
Softly Bald In accents, tearful, (
'"And why don't j-ou.ndvertUoJ"-
Shelton (Conn )notstor.
local; AtyjT mim
Orders for the Industrial Edition
of the Evening Bulletin will
be .taken by any of the-B n 1 1 e t in's
newsboys, 'atjfifty. ccntna copy,
Ten Rood nuto-hncks. Phono 8.
Al." Thurlow'nof tho fl'oiral Annex
erven the, finest .lnals In town.
Tako your carriage far autotnoblle
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co, (oi
C. Sheldon and W. Kanaknllllll,
charged v,lth ansaulL had tholr cases
continued till Thursday by Judgu An-
drade this morning.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You wlt be surprs,od at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
feed Co.. Hgents.
Tho wedding of Prank Miller liar
roro to MIsb Klrrcnco ltosallm) Wld
ron will take plnco Thursday evening
April ID, tt tho Waldrun homo, LUi
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ilobcrtson
hao Usuel ltivtatlqns,to tlicmurrlagc
ot their daughter lq'a llda Robort
Bon to William S. Chllllqgivortti, Thurs
day cvqnlpg, April 23, at St. Andrew's
Kcmember the special mc,otng of
tho Ited Crpss Society at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon n Jucgo Dale's
chambers. Tho report ot the Commit
tee on Tuberculosis wilt bo heard. A
full attendnnco Is rc'questod.
An Invitation has boon received by
Major Fern, asking htm to select ten.
delegates to represent the city ot Ho
nolulu at tho Second I'enca Congress,
to bo held In Chicago Muy 3 5. Secre
tary of War Dlckl!i,oii wll uresldo,
over the gathering.
Dick neuter lost tho sccqnd. game
ho pitched In the outlaw league1 of
California. Tho Coast basobill, critics
mate uiai no was very wnatuna aj
lowed six men to walk to first base.
Douglas Hrsklno of tho San Francisco
Examiner writes to say that Pick
needs encouragement .from tho tans,
whch ho Is not gqtt)ng.
Tho wrutcheel, condition ofippernd
lower Manoa.roalH.trom Kameliamelja
nvcnuo Is a matfor.to.wjilah tho Board'
of Supervisors should attend. Tho up
per road was torn up during tho last
board's regime, gravel strewn over Jit.
a foot deop an notbIng,tyis be,cn,dooo
to it since. iYom .being a,orner pop
ular rtrlvqway it hs (tjecomo a ,mcre
thproughtaVo for phlncse tjikstcra.
Tho lower.roar! la to fultot holes as i
mako it dangerous to travel oyer at
Tho ques)on vof, rf.Bctnof ways at
rearl Harbor for tho llawall'Tacht
jiu uus ccii'iuruiinu up, a propo
ulUqn has been made- to'.put In n set
or ways largo onougu to accommodate
all tho yachts. Including- tho HawaF.
which In now unrtor.tho Jurledltijon of
the yacht club. It Is expected that.thln
proposition will be .accepted as It Is
a very expenslvo matter pulling out
small yachts on tho big ways In the
harbor, and la only ,a nuisance to trio
owners of the big marine railway.
Tho 12th Cavalry band gavo a con
cert nt tho Moana Hotel last evening
which wan enjoyed by a-largo audience,
Tho band played under hohau arbor
cIobo to the -seashore, and tho llttfo
pprk was filled with interested listen
era. rqlowng the concert a. dance
was given In tho hotel parlor In honor
qf tlje cammancjlngofflcor pnd officers
and ladles of th'o'lranspprl .Thomas. A
largo nimber rtf towhfolk wero prca-
cnn ine visiting omcera and ladles
enjoyed tho Hawaiian mimic furnished
Call, Lieut. lchaol B. Cooney will
cross tho Pacific with only a dross suit
case. When tho young omccr .left
Washington to JoliMhe transport he
had with, him two big trunks Glle"il'
with brand new uniforms of tho latest
stylo and fashion., Whon.ho landed In
tho city estarday'.he' wont for his
trunks to thoibagg-ago-room altho for
ry and thcro, he learned that tboibag
gago car In which, ljls truhks jve're
placed h3d,iecn burned coming aoross
the continent, and all his effects-had"
gone up In smoke. Tho valuo of tho
uniforms, nn,j ppurtcnanceB was about
1 A Host Excellent Assortment ol
W. W. Ahana.-C6.,.
A3 ft vnin st fmnrrn kk
THE BEST "IXTjSSJIi OT 5C01pBriiol,t 'he l,lfat frora uer-
WABHtftGTO, D. C, April 12. The Sennto has made sugar nnd
tobneco Imported Into tho Philippines dutlnblo In order In cllmlnnte the
possibility ot exporting to tho United States, under tho frcc-trado clauso
products ot neighboring countries.
ROOSEVELT SAYS THAT
THpSE FRENCHIES PREVARICATE
J PARIS, (Franrp April 12. Bx-rfcsldcut Iloofevelt nnd French "Jour
nalist arc,cngagcd. In n heated controverBy over nn Issuo of vcrnclty.'I.o
.fdur'nal published nn Interview with ltooscvelt nt Naples regarding whleh
Iha.ox-Proldeni cabled, n denial froii PJort 8nd. Tho correspondent ha,a
rejimrnt(jd the 'truth of tho Interview, but Koosevelt declare It nn Impu
dent fabrication. '
TWELVE CALHOUN JURORS
BANFl,lAN,CISCp, Oil , Apil 1? Tho Calhoun Jury box Is again
full, but there will be more peremptory challenges Tuesday.
A notco to creditors re cs(ato of
Uortha C. Humble, deceased, Is pub-
Ilshed (In ,th.la Issue.
It would bo dlrricult to find better j
pastry nnd cakes than In made ut the,
Pnlra Cute. Tho delicious cakes,
eclairs, laer cakes
nnd pastry nro
mado twice a day.
Do you know that Forcegrowth can
glvo now llfo to jellow, thlnncd-out
lawns and sickly plants ami Mowers,
nnd promote a vigorous growth within
a few weeks? Sold by V.. O.llall &
Tips. Fi McTlghc & Co, on Kins
street, have Just received a shlpmint
of din-don's Amontillado Sherry, 20
years old before bottling; alto peach
and nprlcot brandies. Theso goods
aro the par excellence tublo liquors
and connoisseurs hould lay In a sup
ply while they last.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Okata, charged with sly grog soiling,
was acquitted by a Jury In Judgo Do
Uolt'fl .Court this morning.
If yqu want your hat cleaned rlht
sepd It to tho Uxpert Hat CcantiB,
Fort streot, opposite Club Stables.
,Dr, F. L. Miner and Miss Gladys
M(ner Ball by the Mongolia for tho
mainland ou the 17th Inst.
Geo Wono, a Korean, had a suspend
ed' scntenco of thirteen months record
ed against him n the Police Court this
Mr. anil .Mrs. a. w. unnur wero
anions tho outgoing passengers today
In tho Mauna Kca, which sailed ut
The caso of Dowqelt Co., Ltd., vs. I.
I,. McCandlesB, was argued before tho
Sunremo Court this morning nnd was
resumed this aircrnoon.
Members or tho llouso or Kcprcsen
tatlvcs this morning paid their re-
apects tp Her Majesty Queen Mlluoka
I an I nt Washington Pace.
Monsieur Yco Don't Qui. a noted
chfeken thief, arid a suspected hail egg,
was sentenced to ono year's sojourn on
tho reef by Judge Andr.ide.
Hclng no longer in her employ Car
rie, nnd Emily Ilorgos nro not author
ized to mako any purchases In tho
nnmo of Mrs. II M. Taylor, florist.
V. Gomes, who got a skinful iomo
, ....... ... Iim.u v tuiioua in iiiu uiiiiiimii-u inn-
wiere was present by Invitation at liolcs ot her 81ll)Jcct8. , Ccordniicu
I'ollce Court today. Ho was treated
to a suspended scntenco of thirteen
Vincent Vlllanlcrtre, a Spaniard, was
up boforo the Pollco Court this morn
ing on a chnrgo of vagrancy. V. V.
departed In hasto to Henry's hotol fpr
Export Durglar Nawal was commit
ted to the Clruclt Court on two
charges this morning; burglary In tho
first degree and also In tho second do
greo was tho dope.
A directed verdict for tho mini of
lliH.60 was entered against tha de
fendant In the caso(ot A. M. Campbell
vp. John ai(d fnr.y AtcvorJey, this
mornug by Judgo Lindsay.
Edward H. Itbilgers. of Wailuku.
Maid, has been appointed district mag
istrate of Lahalna, on tho 8th ot April,
and I,. D. Nalnpa lias Veen reappointed
ujbuivL inagisiruio oi iveoiauio.i, mu
latter appointment being made today,
by Chief Justice Hartwoll.
C. F, Jones was quite- successfully
drunk nt tho early hour ut 8:10 this
nlqrnlng, nnd, If M had-hnd one minute
more would have put up a record. Hpw.
ovfcr C, F was dragged away from tho I
seductlvo bottle, nnd Is nt present en
joying a bIco'i In a cell nt tho police
Fred Uttmojcr, n milk fiend, wio
has been satlsfjlng his craving for tho
japteal fluid by sampling all the full
palls he could grab, was treated to
twelve months free boflrd, ami lodging.
Ho will have to be content with tho
regulnr ration ot cow-Julco for somo
time to come.
Order granTlng writ of habens cor
pus has boon made by Judgo Robinson,
directing that tlip Infant son qt Joo
Fprrelra ho produced In court. This
is a matjor wherein 'tho mother wants
custody ot the child. Hlio nllogca tliut
hor husband drove her from homo and
(Continued from Pm )
system of tho Inlands nnd tho tele
phone system ot thin Island under one
management, and one of tho strongest
financial combinations Is back of tho
It Is nssumed from early rupnrta
thnt Alexander & llnldwln Intcrcstu
and tho Atherton ectato arc Included
Jin tho sjndlcatu financing the program
for telephone Improvement.
KING EDWARD HAS BEEN
Windsor, Kng., Mnrch 10. Tho
roal standard floated over Windsor
Cnctlo today from tho Hound Tower
although tho King Is In Southwest
ern Franco nnd tho Queen Is entci-
tnlnlng her bister in another part of
Hnglnnd. The rulo Is thnt tho flag
shall fly only when the royal family
Is In residence, but today Is tho for
ty-sixth nnnlvcrsiry ot tho wedding
ot IMwnrd and Alexandra. A ronl
salute was also fired In commemora
tion of tho day.
Chief Icnl mado another Important
capture icutcrdny when he nrrcstcd
n Korean named Yeo Dong Kill, a
Korean crpoh, who It Is alleged lias
been robbing chicken roosts. Ap.ina
located n mask nnd n lot ot fenthors
In tho Korean's room, and as com-
plnlntn had been coming In to Chief
Leal of lilght-prowjcrB, ho decided
thnt Klu was tho offender.
Tho mask was made from nn old
black felt lint. It has two c)cholcs
an I n piece Is cut out to mnko the
mask fit over tho nose. YVo Dong
Klu has served a six months' sentence
for Inrceny, having been arrested
nbout three J ears ngo In the Punnhou
district by Leal, who, at that time,
was a mounted pnllco omccr.
'Tho Korean was captured by somo
Japaucbo a few nlghtB ngo, but es
caped from them. Their description
of tho robber was ro exact that Leal
was certain w)ui tho man wan. Judge
Audi ado thht morning rciiteuccd Yeo
Dong Klu to ono jeai'a Impilsoninctil.
Washington China is nbout to
tnl.o a census of the uncounted mil-
with tho program for constitutional
reform, an edict, copies of which havo
been received nt tho Stnte Depait
ment, ban been Issued directing tho
pollco Tao-TaU and provincial treas
urors to cnumornto tho Indlvlduuls
nnd fnmllles nt the empire.
Tho returns must bo completed by
1912. All Chinese living In foreign
lands, whether ns students, mer
chants, or Inbarorn, must nlso bo
ALLEGATIONS OF GRAFT
(Continued from Pare' 1
been obliged to resort to tho subter
fuge of using nssumed names to draw
their pay tor translating.
Long, it Is stated, tin catena thnt It
tlm-o is any more talk ot graft In tho
Hoiiro, ho will tell what ho knows
uhrtit this pirtlcular graft. Thoro
foro certain of tho honorable gentle
men w ho have been adding nn honest
penny now nnd then to their Incomes,
nro supposed to bo shaking In their
Urns Is said to havo a list -ready
for uto of tlioi.0 who havo been thus
rirscasH stenographer and ofllco
man desires position; excellent ref
erences. Adit?ss "11-10," llullo
tln oHlce. 1281-ut
Ladj's Bllvcr watch, fob attached,
photo In case. Owner can get pio
perty ut this olllcu by palng for
&d, ' 4284-lw
. i n M
I IBslWsMBC8wissBSi!?Sf2toSS5is' '. g't.i)'iiiW8 I
f IN FOnEIQN P0RT8 I I ARRIVED I
Tuesday, April 13, 1S09.
POUT TOWNSKND Arrived April 12!
W F UniniH, from Knhuliil, Mar 22.
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 13.
8. S. Alcrla, for Honolulu.
lttl.O Sailed April 10:
3 S. Virginian, for Snlina Cruz.
J HONOLULU VEATHER j
Tempcratnies fi a m., C9; 8 n. in,
73; 10 n. m., 71; noon, 74; morning
llaromelcr, 8 n. m., 30 02; nhsoluto
humidity, 8 a. m, B.onfi grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. in.,
57 per cent; dew point, 8 n m , 7.
Wind C n. in., velocity 8, direction
N. K j 8 n. m., velocity 6, direction N.;
10 n. in, velocity 12, direction S. r. ,
noon, velocity 12, direction S.
llnlnfall during 24 hours ended 8 u
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 197 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Weather Duroau
Peace reigned. In the Btock market
today but It Is by no means tho peace
ot death. There Is not much doing be
causo tho big and tho little holders re
fuse to let go and thcro Is mi occidon
to Fell nt present price.
Hawaiian Commcrcl.il Ins recovered
and sells nt $110 rc-idlly with very Ut
ile offering. Ou hundred Paaulutl ut
nh If dollar advance over the list sale,
and fifteen MiurcB of I'wa furnished
tho only ncllon ut the stock hoird ses
slon this morning.
Tho market seemii to ho waiting for
another sugar quotation In order to
learn how the people In the big centers
feel after recovering ,from tho quiet
nlnn fololng a lintlnna holiday.
Tho present prlco of sugir Is entlnrcly
Batlsfnctory. but thcro aro somo con
fidently expecting tho next quotation
to bo n fraction higher rather than a
All tin pirtlfs l-fli-v !.d ndnnccd
cases of chronic Brlsht's Dlscime 4-lr
Diabetes. Note tli cortnlnly of thn re
sults obtained by rulton'n Comrounils ns
shown by thn rrcocr)'i 'duo, "f th"
frlruils they told who wero slmllatly
N. W. Bnnulil n. rn-slile-nt snnuliiing
Paw Co. Kin l'rnnclnco, linil n ntocry
In his tnvii fuirltr mul tola uucntl others
who rerovi-rril ' - u
Ailo h xrrnif. rinltnllt. B.m rrnn-1
cluco, rtcovrrcd himself and told I wo
frirndn. who rcc-mm-d.
Dr. carl D Zlile. Monoer iirucc nt. 5::
I'ncinc street. Hon rrnnclnco. rvenvcied
himself nnd Knu It to moru than n'dozin
putirnts, whn rrcircil
vnuriPH i:nKfiKe, cuiior nr mo iiermnn
pner, fi.in rninclco. rccoered hlmell
and tolil It to n numtier, who rccovenil.
ona of them lielnir Chark I. vvnckir,
th" Slrlh ntrcet mi rch.int
IU M. WooJ. ed tor Wlno ami Fnlrlt
Review, ncOM-rul himself and told It to
overnl who n covered, among them btlna
nn olil-school phiHlclan
Kiiwnrn snort or ino Kan i rancmco can
recovereil, nlno Ihreo of his rnenila, Ms :
Wllllnm Martin. Captain llubhard ot thn
Honolulu route nnd Willi im Hawkins n(
tho U. S. Quarlermuiltr's Uep.irtintnl of
SAn i nincweo.
John A. Theirs of tho Hotel ReDeller.
Hah rrnncliK-o, und two of his frlendx.
W'o lurnln priKlalm to nil tho world
th" ciirnlilllty ot Chronic llrlifht's Disease
About S7 iwr cent ot nil cases aro cur
nblo by I'ultnn's Compoundn. Bnd for
literature. Honolulu Druic Co, l'ort sit.
When to suspect UrUht' U.m.aso
weiknesn or Ium of wclgntl pulTy unklin.
hands or ejetlils; iliopiy; kidney trouble
Hiur tho third moutn; urlno nny show
snillnienti ratlins vision: drow shins i onn
or moro of these. 1J
CHAMRER TO ACT
(Continued from Paje li
funds ot thu Tcrrltoi'y mo cither wnst
eil or not expended with sufficient rare.
If on tho other hand tho people have to
pay a special tax to cover any partlc
ulnr lino of public work they will keep
wide nwnyo; First to provuut thu au
thorization unless tho project 1b iietu
ully needed and, Second, tp seo thnt
tho money Is pioperly expended after
tho authorization Is given.
Many peoplo bellovo In tho theory of
rnlrchlldB plnu hut they hcsltnlo to
open up any other tclieinea ot taxutluu
nt this time. They think they havo
It Is posslhlo thnt somo icsolutlon
regarding tho action of tho Sennlu on
tho Governor's uppolutments will bo
put before tho meeting. If this Is dono
It mny blldo through tho meeting eas
ily enough but It Is moio than likely
to fmnUli tho basis of a lively mix-up
and bidding up or bills In the Senate
And thcro Is no guarantee such a reso
lution will change tho veto ou Horn
enwny, who la tho man most Bought to
It was reported jcslordny tint Hem
enwny was defeated b) tho same voto
iih Campbell. Theie Is nlso the lopoit
that If Hcmeiiwny would diop his dup
utlea, Whitney and Sutton. io v.cru
thu men nihed up In tho Coelho nnd
tho Abe IneldentB nnd prlmailly ie
sponsible, ho would lecclvo confirm.!
Hon on Reappointment. It Is nlso held
that Ilemenway would not bo ablo to
do this If ho folt so Inclined, na tho
men In question nre tio paitlcnlnr
ft lends of tho Governor nnd to that
extent Homonwny la not a free ngcul
TIIH AI.AJinDA Is loading Misar nt
tho railroad nhuif.
fi.fia.lm' Atirll 1.1.
Stmr. Hclcnc, Nelson, from Oukala,
12; 20 p. m. ,
v Tuesday, April 13.
Stmr. Mauna Ken, for Hllo nnd way
ports, 12 noon. i
Stmr. Mlkahnla, for
Maul ports, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Klnaii, for.Kuual ports, D p. in.
Ilk, St. Kathcrlne, Herbert, for San
Francisco, p. m.
3AILINO TOMORROW - 1
V0. 3. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
Francisco, 10 a. in.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Lynatn, for Ma
nila, p. in. f t
I DUE TOMORROW
' M. N. 8. 8. Illtonlan, Johnson, from
San Francisco, noon.
'j DUE THURSDAY
" P. M. 8. 8. Mnnchiirln, from San
Francisco, a. m.
Per Bttnr. Heleno, from Ooknlu, Apr,
13. Mrs. Thos. Murray.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken, for Maul and
Hawaii, April 13, 12 in II. Hnryc,
Mrs. Hlnunnns, Mrs A. O. Ilosn and 2
chlhlren. M. Hten, Miss Mnr) Peter
Kin. Mis. A. P. Wall. J. O. Smith, A. F.
Wall, C. O. White. Chas. Atherton.
Miss O. II llilghaui, .Miss M. Ilrlghnni,
Dluhop Libert, Mia. 8. K. Kcaloha,
Mrs. I). II. Fsplnda, W. lonch. It.
Kinrus, W. A. Kinney.
Per 8. S. Alameda, for Snn Kr.iti-
clico, April 14, 10 a. in. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hau. Dr. nnd .Mrs. S. C. Gibson, Mlsu
G. W. Illshop. Miss llcstnrlck, K. P.
Klcrand wife, I)r nnd Mrs Hart. Mr.
J. H. O'Connor nnd 3 children. :ira. J.
i:. Pardee, Miss It. Aknna, J. llaiger
nnd wife. Miss J. II. Adam and V chil
dren, MIsb Pardee, Mrs. H. C. Hniton.
W. IJ. Lombard, Dr. nnd Mrs. 11. 11.
Clark. Miss H. O. Hicks, Mr. ami Mrs
Maxwell, MIeo C A. Mayer, V. Wor
thlnglon, Mrs. Win. Snvldgo nnd 3 chil
dren. Miss M. Carter. J. Neumann, Mlsi
Dandermnnn, Mr nnd Mrs, Lund. Mrs.
n. 1). Woodbniry, U- P. Hakln, Col Oco.
rrench, Hnlph T. Jones. Mr. Taknliaahl,
A. T. Hllrji, A. U. McKcuzly. Capt. O.
W. Jordan, J Prlnglo, W Werner, II.
W. Laws, n. Celnucr, 11. Gibson, Sum
Jnnci, Mrs. Ilraillth. Mm. II. Amlrnl,
Mr. and .Mrs. J. II. WIIfop, Jas. Gielg.
1' T. Collins.
Per stmr. Kliiau, for Kami, Apr. 1.1.
12 m. II. A. Moler. W. C. Parke, C. II.
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, for Mulokal,
Apr. 12, fi p. ta.V. h. Olpson, J. D. Mc
rraneben Mcrcada Is held for In
eEtlgntlou nt tho pollen Btntlon. Them
mo tomo suspicious clrcumslnnccn l.i
connection with a ling, and rrnnelsco
l. yc-.illcil upon to explain tho affair.
A met-; tug of tho IMucjtlonal nnd
Publicity Cominltteo of the Winu'm J
National Rlers nnd Ilnrlioiti Coure'si
will bo held nt the Pleasanlou (irinr-
ow .iftcrnoou nt 3.30.
TIIH I'lmtaHTHR Mexican of tho
Amerlcan-Haviiliju line will leave to
morrow nfternoon for Kaaiupall to
load BUar. rrom thero sho goes to
Kuhulu! and Hllo, before Balling for
Scnttlo nnd Tacomn. This morning
sho took In 4800 bigs of sugur from
tho steamer Iwnlunl.
Till: NIIIIAU arrived nt noon todny
from Ooknlu, bringing iiOOO hugs su-sir
und 3 packages nmdilen. Tho only
pasBenger lu her wub Mrs. Thus. Mnr
lay. TUB AMHIHCAN lnrk St. K.ilhor
ino, Captain Huibeit, Hulled this morn
ing for Sun Finnclsco with u full 1ml
of sugar, Shu wub toned out by tho
TIIK KINAU nnd Mlkahnla will
leave this nfternoon nt S o'clock for
Kuuit und Molokal. Tho former will
jetutn (in Sa'urday, and tho latter on
TIIH PACinti MAIL liner Siberia
arrived at Yokohama eslonl.iy, unk
ing tho 1UHU1KO from heio lu cloven
Till? THANSPOUT THOMAS Is tak
lug In coal toj.iy. Sho will le.ivo rir
tho Philippines tomuiinw afternoon.
TIIH Ki: AU IIOU Is loading today,
preparatory to leaving for Kauai nt 0
o'clock this nf tin noon.
THU INTHH-iaLANI) steamer Man-
nn Kca Billed nt noon today for Maul
and Hawaii inrts,
TIIH 111I.ONIAN, of tho Mntson lino,
will nrilvo from San It.inctsco tomor
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-0ycio
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp"v South St. ,