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EVEN1N0 BUlJiETIN, HONOLULU, T.H., WEDNESDAY, APR. U, 1909
Honolulu Chanter Mark Matter
i1 Honolulu Chapter ftegular,
i C p. m.
Hawaiian Loci'fls Third Degree.
All visiting members ot th
Order Are cordially Invited to
Httetitl meetings ot local lodges
UARUOfli LOilUE, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cei liouday evening nt
7:30 In I. O 0 !' Hnll, Tort Streat.
11. II. IinXDKY, Secrotary.
V. D WICICE, N. 0.
All visiting o.-utneia very cordially
0AHU- LODGE, No. 1. K. of. P.
Meet every llrit nnd third Fri
day ovculng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nud Ilcretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
r. n. nuoi:nt, c. c.
R. UOSI.LNO. K. II. 8.
HONOLULU LODOE GIG, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu I.odgc No. G1C, I).' 1. O,
Elks. uiccU In tliclr hall, on King
Btreei, near Port, cery Friday oveu
lng. VlHltlng Druthers are cordially
Invited to ulteiiil.
E. A. DOHTIUTT, II. K.
. C. Ii wlOS, Secy.
rm. M'KINLEY LODGE Ho.8, K.otF.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturda
ettnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot l
Hnll, cor. Fort and Ilcretanla. Villi
Ins bmthers cordially Invited to at
tuud. r. m. Mccnnw, c. o.
E. A. JAC011SEN, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. K.
Meets on thn 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock ii K. ot P. lli'll, corner
Uaretr.nla and Port streets.
Visiting Eugles nre invited to at
tend W. M. McCOY. , I'rest.
II. T. MOOI'E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ko. 1. 1. 0. R. K.
Meet- eury first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias (lull. Visiting brothers cur
Hall) lnvltod to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
The best assortment ever f
shown in Hit city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for ft box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kin? and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls nnd sheets.
AME2UCAN.HAY7&nAH PAPHB 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen &ts., Honolulu.
Tel 410 George G. Guild. Gen. Mrt.
ORDER A CASE BY PHONE 270
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Ofllce: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
lllnnk boohs nf nil sorts, lodgers
etc., nutniifnctuiod by tho Bulletin
r0( have not
Pastry than we
HOTEL NEAR UNION
WHEN YOU OET YOUR
by us you will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
FOR SALE AT ALL BABS
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
GEO. S. WELL6, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAB ALAKEA
BO'JTON BLDG.. FORT ST.
CHILDREN'S COATS 'AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E..M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on.the .Beeh."
Meals At All Hour.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. HEROIN, Proprietor.
For .Distilled Water 'and Assorted
Soda Watei, delivered to ofllo and
tesidencc, RING 'UP -557,
Arctic Soda Water WorKs
1203 Miller St.
M. S, DE SA.
Meals and Short Orders at All Tines
of the IDav and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAB HOTEL.
R. Wm. WABHAM, Prop.
Everything that the Nome Implies.
Office Supply fo,Ltil.
931 FORT ST.
At AH Watcbdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Vox. FORT and KING Sts7 Honolulu.
Rldelin Sullivan's hack. Phone 200.
Mr, rind Mrs, -Allan ''Herbert tiro
going on a trip to Japan.
Al. Thurlow of the Royal Annex
serves tho finest meals In town.
Dr. nnd Mr a. R. 1). Clark sailed this'
morning for tho States In tho Ala-,
C. J. Jones, a boazo artist, 'had 'll
dig up four plunks (his morning at (lie
(Prof. 0. E. Hart, who haa been vis
iting In ,(ho Islands, salted this morn
ing for- the States.
Mrs.. A. P. Wall left for Hawaii on
the, Inter-Island flagship Mautin Koa
yesterday at noon.
It Is not true that M. A, Sliva Is to
go to Portugal seeking Immigrants for
tho Immigration Hoard. '
II, A. J lieu went to the, mnlnlalld
today on business. Hu left In tliu
Oceanic liner Alameda.
W. D. Alexander Jr. was a departing
passenger in 'the Alameda, which'
salted this morning at 10 o'clock.
Dr. Wnterhouso, who has been on
Kauai on professional business, ar
rived this morning iir.the steamer W.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will 'bo 'surprised ,t Its coollnc
ana preservative propvctlss calirornli
Feed Co.. kgents. ,
'Choe Fook, a Chlncso, -was fined for
assault this morning at the Police
Court. Flub anil costs amounted to
five dollars In nil.
Isabella K. Manu Is suing her hus
band for dhorci) on grounds of desor-l
(ton. Clem Qillnti rind U Strauss nro
appearing, for the wife.
Kim llueii Ynug, tho Korean whn
was arrested yesterday by Ciller l.e'al
for vagrancy, wns committed for po
lice court trial tomorrow.
P. Mnser, tho bookkeeper for Llllue
More, will tnko up the duties us mas
ter of tho advanced class In tho Her
man school. Garden Island.
Theru will bo a meeting ot the, edu
cational and publicity committees of
tho Woman's Nntlonnl Rivers and Har
bors Congress at 3:30 p. m. today at
tho Pleasantou Hotel.
Oliver Matthews Is summoned to ap
pear on a chargo of contempt ot court
It uppears that Matthews did not pay
his attorney, Clem K. Qulnn, for his
services In a dlvorco suit.
A writ of execution has been Issued
against John and Mary Atchorley for
tho sum of $1178.46. This represents
tho verdict given In favor of A. M.
Campbell as agalnzt the Atohurloys.
Q. C). Uradford In suing 1:1 j wife.
Mary Lane, for dlloice. Uradford
claims that Mrs. II, is nlwayn nagging
at him nnd that after u tw.) months'
absence her tongue wu.rgs I woiso ttui'i
Wm. Lanz of F. A. Schacfcr &. Co..
leaves with his family on tho Mon
golia for a six mouths vacation. Mr.
Lanz will go en to his old homo In
Germany, his family 'remaining in Cal
ifornia. Tliu 'danco last averting for tho offi
cers nud ladles ot tho transport Thom
as was largely attended, and wns an
enjoyable conclusion to a very delight
ful two days' stay in port. Tho vessel
leaves foriQulm and Manila tills morn-'
Harry Sniylhe. lias definitely set his
dnto for departuro for Ids new field of
nctlvtty on Maul, and will leave Llhuo-
ncxt Tuesday, April 13th. Ills pluce
In tliu plnniauon office will be taken
by H.Mis 'A. 'tlclcholt. Onnlen Island.
THE NOEAU 'arrived from Ariaholn
this morning with 100 bags rice, 1 gata
valve, 1 box llnw, 1 box bplhl, 2 bar
rcls WIuo, Pureer McKciizio reports'
Iho following Btigar awaiting shipment)
on Kauai: L. P.. 19,781;'H.'M .,'12,140;
ICcalla. 21,000; K. IC. !., 9750 Mak..
bl.SB'J; Koloa. 10, HO: Mcll.. .26,123.
Tho Dftrgstrorii'Mnslc'Co. h'avo mndo
arrangements with Mr. Carlos Cncercs,
tho local musician, 'to display thelr
monthly Victor records nt tho homes
of prospcctlvo purchasers. Thoso
wishing to hear'tlicm ln;thls w'ay may
Innko arrangements by ph6no or otlief
wlso for'a call.
Th r en thousand feet ot entirely now
film woro Bent over to tho Eoper'Bot
tlemc'nt'onllololcal by R. K. Dontno
yesterday. Mr.'Iiontno expects to make
anothor trip to tho Settlement before!
ho leave's tho Islands. 'He will go'icj
one of tho other islands to givo sovcral
exhlbUl6ns In the'near'futuro. '
An entertainment will bo glvon iit
the University Club this evening at S
o'clock. Dr. T. A. Jaggcr, professor,
ot geology at tho Mnsachtis'ottB Insti
tute of Technology, "WlI"6lvoa talk on
"Volcanoes," Illustrated by ilaiucrn
slides. Rev.'Charlcs , Dole, p. D., of
Huston, Mass., 'will epoak on "Prac
tical Men and Idealists." 1
R. M. OVerend, manager of ,lho Km
plro Theater, 'who has been on 'tho
mainland securing attractions for'thti
now theater at tho corner of Hotel'and
Bothol streets, has returnedi; with a
supply of the latest and most Improved
rna6hlnory fnr'a'movlng-plctiiro house.'
Wbllo'away ho rut himself 'in llno'foc
ntfractlons for the rteW'thoatcr.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. "PHONE ,'8.
THE BEST JWtTEE8" W T0WM,
NEWARK, N. J., April 13. Socialists hero threaten to Btto Tho
Outlook for libel because of RookovcIFb c'dltbrlal Criticizing tho Social
lilt pnf l"y and reflecting upoh Rillilb of its fiiidhibers.
ANARCHY AT CONSTANTINOPLE
CONSTANTINOPLE, .Turkey, April 13. The mutlnous.troop made
a violent demonstration today against the Parliament btillillrigs. Firing
ensued nnd seventeen people were killed. Tho resignation of the Cabinet
was accepted, Tewtlk Pasha, Ottoman Ambnssndur to Eondon, Is llio new
Grand Vizier. The Sultan liaa Issued nn Irnde pardciplng tho mutlnmih
i i i i
TO .HONOR SATI FRANCISCO
WAHIHNnTDM. II. P.. Alirll 1.1 Tlio T.V,.nli 'flnvni-ntnont llnnilKli
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Ambassador Juscrnnd In portion, will present San Francisco with n gold
medal on May 23, in commemoration of the restoration of file oHy.
IlEllEIN, acrmany, April 13.TrThe Euipcrnr, nud .Empress havo loft
for 'Corfu, where their Majesties own
! SHOPPING NEWS
Furnished stiltu of rooms is for rent
Four furnished rooms with boatd.
Squ ndd, thin Issue.
Killers nro now showing the lialomo
Silks In six shades.
A flue Herman violin, Htradlvarliis
pattern. Is for sale. See ad, this Issue.
Ladles, havo )tm seen tliu swell now
line of hack 'combs nnd barettes JiiBt
arrived nt WIcliuian'sT
Ernst ClcJecke, Thayer Piano Co.'a
plnno tuner, will do any needed repair!
to your grand on short notice.
In Honolulu, drink Pi lino beer, tho
beer that's brewed to slilt tho cllnmte.
A glass with meals Is tho best kind ot
tonic for sick and well. Try It.
Theru Is nothing for tho tnblo that
cannot bo supplied by tliu Metropolitan
Market, Telephone 45. Tho goods nro
always In good condition nnd tho
Bring your daguerreotypes nnd other
old pictures to Clurrcy's to bo enlarged
and reproduced, Wo pay special at
tention to all orders for trnmltig. Fort
utrcot, Just below King.
If you try the Owl cigar, you'll ho
surprised nt the- superior smoking (t)u ,,,,, rnu eyuWftlnix 8, .
Qualities nnd aroma of this flvo-ciMitl.nn
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on enrth." SOld by M. A. Oiinst It Co. I
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ii ;un uuie iwii-i m- miliicii .
soda water, try R croft's sodas. They
aro different nnd better tliiiu nny oth
ers manufactured. Phono 'for an ns
bortcd case, and try litem. Phono270.
For the finest class of liand-worki
givo your laundry to tho French laun
dry, 258 Deretftnla streot. There's no
sloppy work done bore, nnd no clothes
ruined. J. Abatllc, prop. Phono H$U.
Wo havo some very fine coral, tliu
very best material for road building.
Ihm,.. nu fnr nn ,.lln,n(,. Ilmmh,!.,
Constructlon nnd Hravlng Co.. Ltd..
Merchant streot, opp. Irwin's. Phono
Tho Fischer Piano 'hns not on'yth'u
! ir.nvi i iiiuu tiun nut mi inui .-
t,i-,-lk.e nf n.nin. 'Imt nlxn llu. 1nfltirVX jWlth HlO. eieniptlOA of $4000
and moro human presllgu'of vcutlMPiit. i11'"1 others.-, Wii nil theso succes
Fischer planus nro genuinely inve'd B've lux 'ovles tho-augar Induitry.
overywhero. Hawaiian News Co., Ltd., nn(l considering tho many hazards In
QKtnta, tliu business, nnd (ho small, nvcrngo
Tho drawing of prlzo nmubers nt
Iho San Francisco theatre takcH placu
tonight at -8 p, in. Remember that
Friday night Is amateur night nn'il
many tunny novoltlcs will bo on the
The inferior grado of paint tho kind
that looks well for a while is tho dan'
goruus kind. Pure Prepared Paint pro
tects and beautifies tho house. Its bis
tro Is rich nnd lasting. Lowers &.
Tho Regal Shoo Is well known
throughout tho country ns the shoo
that giveB tho most value for tliu price.
Tho Regal at J3.C0 and $4.00 Is unshp
paused, and. (heir $5 elioo'ls tho acme
Most of tho (great fortunes of tr-diy
were built up by men who raved out
of their earnings and invested wisely.
Ilegln to save today by putting your
spare cash ',ln. one Mf our small banks.
Tho Hank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Wo want you to know tho Victor
Talking Machliio know what It can
do In tho way of entertainment. Call
nnd hear It In our-spectal room,, where
you niny relcct tho records ami play
them yourself. Dergstrom Music Co.,
Mrs, J, Itosonborg 'leaves for Iho,
coast shortly to purchnso an elogarit
lino of ladles' 'dress trimmings, Dur
ing her absence, her beautiful stock of
Madeira cmbroldcHes will bo In.chargo eratlvo marketing, comprising tho
W Mrs. Hell In tlioYounB'b.illdlng. Jf0iQWing: Dr. K. v. Wilcox, E. E.
Ainong tho attractlvo bevy of ladles,
mnit tliu Irfiniinnft Tlintntii ulin nn
aboard tho transport Thomas who aro
wearing 'dlrectolre 'gowns Is, mio fall
woinan whoso -gowns havo booh fho
envy of Honoliiluans. At the Moana lng on llio Young Hotel roof g-irden.
hop on Monday ovenlng alio woro a 'nhd'Bergcr'a'Hawallau'band at Thpnns
stunning sheath gown of black) with Square. Notwithstanding tho limner
Jet car nnd'nock ornnments, nurt last 'onsiotlic'r'allractlonallfero was nn ap
evening at-llieYoung'IIotcl danco for' proclatlvo audlenep .listening to the
tho transport folk her Ivory silk gown rmrso (urplsjicd by thq Jluwallan band,
nn'd ImmeWZo picture hat lookqd as If 'Tourists, In particular, woro ngllco
Ihey had lJust boon unpacked from nblo nt Iho freo band concctt last ovun
boxes direct from Paris, Ijni;.
Sued For libel
. 'Ufljp TAXES
"Resolved, That tho Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce deprecates
'any Increase in tho present property
tax of one (1) per.ccnt. which Is now
levied on tho full valuation of prop
erty In this Torrltory, and thereforo
does not favor Scurito X till No. 131);
nnd bo It further
"HesyWcd, That tho secretnry be,
nnd is hereby inrtructcd to send a
copy of (his resolution to tho Presi
dent of Iho Terrltijrlnl Senato,"
Tho resolution wns passed by, tho
Chamber of Commerro ycstenlny us
expressing Its views on taxation.
Mr. Ilottomley, who Intiodiiccd tho
resolution, said that ho had Inter
viewed Senator Fulrchlld, who In
troduced Senate Hill 139, which pro
posed that one-quarter of 1 per cent,
bo levied by tho Counties solely for
construction of school houses, public
buildings, extending witter works,
etc. Senator Fnlrchlld stnted that
encti County should benr tho expense
ot Its own improvements, Instead of
It having to come through tho mo-,
ilium of the Territorial loan bill.
E. E. Paxton of Alexander ft, Bald
win mndo a Vigorous protest ngnlnst
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' am sorry that J. y. .Cooko la not
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l,rrM,lt 'ti"y.'' he, said, "to speak
. ,, , Al,,l r. 1I..I.1.
win, ,who have largo. Interests on thn
Island of Maul, but forKtlio, firm I
would say that wo nro, emphatically
opposed -to this taxation bill on tho
gropnd (hut thp tnxat,lqn rnte Is al
ready high. -Wiillq thq, rate Itself
Ii not, high aa. compared to epmo on
tho mainland, yc'tltls,-hlgh, fjir hero.
"Another .isnsou Jsjihutnugar In
dustry,, .which is tho goose, that Is
la'Illf tll0,lgo)d0ri,Ojrg)i In tllCSO Isl-
B?da' i(!)elng.toxod.,now all It can
ijtnnd Wo, .have tlioregular 2 per
cent, incoiuo tax,, tln,property tax, I
nnd ,the 'sprtlnl 2 -per ceht, income
;i" - "". u mi um sugar inuus-
try can stand.
''It dlso establishes a bad prceo
tleilt. It this bill goes through it
will afford n step for further taxa
tion measures by tho next Legisla
ture. The Counties nro not icady
and not nufllclently organized or ed
ucated up to tho point where they
could bo safely entrusted with the
handling of public funds for further
President Morgan said that ho did
not think tho act would pass, accord
ing to the tentlmeut ox pressed by
many people with whom ho had talk
ed on the subject, yet ho thnuglit a
resolution opposing tho hill would bo
proper, Mr. Ilottomley (hereupon In
troduce the above resolution.
President Morgan stilted also (hat
llio Shippers' Wharf Conimltteo of
Hilo opposed tho proposition lo hnvo
separate boards of health for each
Is'nnd, and had asked tho Chamber
of Ccinmo.-ca to oppose UiIb bill. Mr.
Ilottomley stated, (lint ho understood
th In proposition, as far'ns tlio(outHldo
Islands wero concerned, had beon
Mr, Morgan announced tho. speclnl
committee appointed by him to In
vestigate 'nnd report upon tho bene
fits that might aqcruo to Hawaii from
la rnrnftlllv rilimnad Bi-tati, nf nnnn.
Paxton, A. J. Campbell, W, W. Jliu-
ner anj . W, Carter.
Thero was music in tho air . last
evening. Iho 12th Cavalry band nlay-
-. j, 4
I IN FORCIQN PORTS ARRIVED I
Wednesday, April 14.
SAI 1NA CHI'S! SnlU'il prll 11
S S. Poluinbi in, for San Francisco,
POUT GAMIII.E Arrived April 13.
Schr. llurcnlls, from Knhulul.
GRAYS HARUOR Sailed April 13:
Schr. Robeit Lowers, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April II:
O. S. A. T. Sheridan, hrtico April C.
. ALLOWED ASHORE
Four tdovvnwnys who nro nllogcd
to hau worked n skin giiliio on the
transport TliomaH, nro nt liberty, and
nro now tnklng In the sights of tho
town and enjoying tho easy money
they made on tliu voyage. Tho men
were detained In the ship's brig for
n while, nml Chief Leal hjoked them
over for further reference.
The riicji nro Well dr creed nnd np
peir to bo lltmh with tiiln. As long
as they keep within tho bounds of
the law nothing ciu be douo to tliclu.
I.eal will, however, keep mi vyo on
the bunco-men and nt tho first lapso
from the narrow pnlh will Interview
It appears (hat the quartet are
profess I ii n a I t;anillleri nnd merely
took (lie 'riinmns to work the soldlem
who had n pay-day Just before leav
ing San Fmnclsiu. One of the men
on being (on lined In the brig Is hiild
to havo offered ?IiilO In a marine to
let him escape. The olfor wns refus
ed and tliu man has Ills liberty now
CHANGE OF HEART
t (Continued from Paio li
'ayes" nnd "much." Haiti lie:
"I havo Information lo die effect that
nn effort In being iimdr to ocrco cer
tain riMiuliurs of this body Into voting
contrary to their (invkiloiiH. I do not
want any other Somtir l- In placed
In the preillcament tint confronted me
when tho liquor 1)111 came up.
Ueraiise Mr. llichnriln ill-l not np-
provo of my vote on the liquor bill, my
family lias been ejected hum homo.
One Senator already has suffered tho
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i yirv&f f $
C. R. KEMENWAY
Wl'jom the Sciute Confirmed This
Morning as Attorney General
forccloauro of his mortgago' because
ho would not vote us directed, I tin
not believe thut It Is right to forcu an
other man into that position."
President Smith announced that,
llioimh unusual, llio request was quiln
ill order, nud that It was within tho
power of tho Senate to t.ilio a secret
ballot It It so doslred. Tho Senators
wero then Instructed lo wrltu ell'iiui
"yes" or "no" on pieces of paper nn I
hand them to tho Cleik, who would
innko a round of tho Senato chamber
for the purpose, of collecting them.
As tho Clerk began to. upon tho bal
lots, thero wns nil ulr of icpresspd ex
citement noticeable Ihioiighoiit Uiu
chamber. (Irntlually tho "ayes" out
Etrlpped tliu "noes," and a minute lat
er tliu President annuiiiicid that Hem
ciivvay had been confirmed.
Just wlieio tliu change nf heart
struck tho Senate Is not eeitulii. Tli'j
first llmo that llemeiiwiiy's name cnmi
up, tho vote Hloiid eight to soven
ngnlnst III til. Later Senator linker la
said to havo announced that ho waa
mistaken in liln vole, not tmdei stand
ing tho question ns It was put to hllii.
Wiioili was lionrtl lo expiezs regret
that liiiiienwny had lust out, and oven
Coolho, tliu EOlon who started Iho op
position ball lolling, Is known to hnvo
lost (.(mio of his lilttorncEs against tho
Whoso nanio will bo sont down In
placo of that of Campbell for Treasur
er no ono pretends to know.
THE CLAUDINK will nnlvo from
Hllo and .Mnul ports tomorrow morn
ing. As usual sno will not havo much
f i eight In her hold, but tho lumber of
passengers, It Is said, will bo largu.
Till: MAUNA I.OA will return from
KauKona und Maul ports on l'Vlda;
Wednesday, April 1 1.
Stmr. Nocau, Pedersoii, front Ana
holn, G 2S n. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hnll, Thompson, from
Kauaj, 3:25 a. m.
Tuesday, April 13.
Sttnr Manna Ken, for Hllo ami
way, ports, 12 noon.
Stmr. Mllsnliiila, for Molokal nml
Maul potts, C p. m.
Stmr, Klriuu, for Kauai puits, !i
Ilk. Sic. Knthcrlne, Herbert, for
Kan Frnucisco, 10 u. in.
Ilkt. S. (1. Wilder, Jackson, for
Han 'FiiuicImo, 11 n, in.
Stmr. Ko An llou, Sachs, for Ha
waii, ft: 15 p. in.
Stmr. lwulanl, Mitchell, for Ha
waii, C p, in.
O. S. S Alameda, Dowdell, for San
Frnnclsio, 10 a-
U. S. A. T.i,Tlioniaa,.;,yiiam, fur
Manila, 3 p. m.
P. M. S. S. Manchuria, fiiiin San
rianclsco, a, m.
v . p
Per S. H. llIoilai, .Johnson, from
San Fninclhco, Apiil ,11. .Mm. U. .1.
Sniltli, Mrs. J. A. .(lorpian, Mm. lien-
evn llalght, MlHii llalght, Mrs. P. ().
Cox, W. II. IMdyiind wlfo. Miss II. W.
Ilowmaii, Mli.s J. Hiiiicberg, Cnpt. Toi
let, Miss E. .1. Uigan, W. T. RobertMUi.
VV. P. Ervlug, C. W. Hyrm, MrH. L.
Mobsman, II. N. Ovurend, Aumist .lo-
hatiunoii, JOs. Schiulilt.
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, fropi Kauai.
April 1 1. Mlkahata. C. II. AiidrouH,
Till On, Dr. Wutorhoiiso, Mr. Olll, .Mrs.
0111, Miss dill, A. Downey, J. I). White.
Miss Cutidtwaii, P. Kulthnuian, Itev.
Nenman, 11, Smjtlit', 1M Duveilll and
Per 8. S. Alnmeila. for Ban 1'rnii-
rli-co, Aiill 14. Miss It. Akuna, W. D.
Alexander, Jr.. Mrs. J. II. A mult nud
3 children. S. P. Hat Hoy. .Miss H. W.
lllshop, R. F. Illshup, Mrs. A. J. llrntl-
i-.ii, u. vv. iirnscii, .mihh M, Carter, Dr.
R. II. Clarke, Mrs. Clarku. F. T. Col
lins, Mrs. M. Corbett, W. 11. Fletcher.
Mrs. Fletcher, F. F. Fyler, Mrs. Fyler,
H, Oebauur, 13; (iCbuuer, Dr. H. C. Olb
toii, Mr3. nilixnn, Jas. hrtlg. Mm, V.
A. Ilninmel, Prof. C. E. Hart, Mis.
Hart. Miss Ellen Hicks, Hvelyn Hicks.
Ernest Hicks, Kllven Illcks, R. T.
Jones. Capt. O. II. Johnson, Samuel
Jones, II, A. Jiicn. JIIss L. King. II. W.
Ivwa, W. II. Lombard, J.I. Lund, Mia.
Lund, A. H. JIcKviir.lo H. P. Maxwell.
Mrs .Maxwell, T. A. Miller, Miss C. A.
Moyor, Oeo. Noble, Mrs. J. H. O Connor
and 3 children, Mlrs Clara Partite, J.
E, Pardee, J. Prlngle, MIsb C. lte.sl.u
Iclt. J. W Rynn, Mm. llynlf and 2 chil
dren, Mrs. W. Snvldgo and 3 chlldien,
A. T. Ellen, H. Werner, J. I). Wilso.i,
Mrs. Wilson, Miss M. Worn, Mrs. n.
Woodborry, E. Worlhltigton, C. C. Wll
son, Mrs. Wilson. MIkh a ll.in.im-i-in
Per stmr. Manna Ken, for Mnul
nnd Hawaii, Aiull 13.--II. Iimvi..
J. Mis. Simmons, Mrs, A. O. Rosa nnd
two children, M. Hern, Miss Mary
Potoreon, Mis. A. P. Wall, J. (1.
Smith, A. F. Wall, C. (1. White, Cluw.
Athorton, Mlus 0. H. ilrlghnni, MIsh
M. Ilrlgham, Illshop Libert, Mrs. S.
K. Kenloha, Mrs. I). II. Hsplnda, W.
Lynch, R. Kearns, W. A. Kinney.
Per stmr. Klriuu, for Knual, April
13. II. A. Molcr, W. C. Parke, C. II.
Per stmr. Mlkahnln, for Molokal,
April 12. F. L. Gibson, J. I). Mc
Per stmr. W. a. Hull, for Knual. Anr.
15. 5 p. m. C. 'J. Hourko, A. B. 'WHcik
nml wife, Mrs. A. II. Palmer,, A. II.
(Continued from Paee I)
"Tluit at toon us may bo aflor tho
approval of this Resolution the Cow
ernor hall uppolnt a Commission of
Ihreo competent nud disinterested per
sons to bo known ns tho Commission
on Public Utilities, who shall caiufu!
ly Investigate Into llio matter of tho
services rcniloied anil charges mado by
Mich corporations of public utility in
llio furnishing of electricity and gas
for lighting, power and tloinostlc con
veniences. Said commission shall le
port to tho (io v ernor not later than
December 31, 1910, transmitting with
Its mport Biich proposed legislation an
it nray 'deem ndvleablo for tho public
good; nnd tho membern of aald Com
mission shall servo without compensa
tion whatever, but shall bo allowed nil
oxpenscB Incurred whllo actually par.
forming llio duties herein proscribed."
j, Sea ;i Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with '4-Orc
Motor, $175, Complete,
'HE'OHAHLES D. WALKER3, B0AI
r.'AND -MACHINE WORKS
'Kin 'St. opjvN'fl South? St, J
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