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evening nuiMrrm, Honolulu, t. tt., friday, ArRiL ic, 1900.
5 WEEKLY CALEBDAR
i. Pacific Otated.
Honolulu Chapter Mark Master
Honolulu Chapter Regular,
5 p. tn.
vHwallan Lodao Third Degres.
All vliltlnc members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
UAHiiUNY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meet ovcij Monday stoning at
7: JO la I. O 0 r Hall. Tort Strut.
E It HENDRY, Secretary.
1' U K'KE, N. O.
AIT tUIUdu brotuers very cordially
, OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. o P.
. II not a every first and third Frl-
itr tvonlns at'7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
earner Fort and Deretnnla. Vltltlug
. brothers cordially Invited to
' T. II. NUGENT. C
II. U03LLNO, K. 11. B.
;' SOKOLULU LODGE 610, D. P. 0. X.
r Honolulu Lodgo No. CIS, 11. P. 0.
; Klks, uicitb In tliolr hall, on Kltil
1 ! (Street, near Port, overyj'rlday even
Inc. Visiting Ilrothcrs aro cordially
., inWUd tu'nttaad.
E. A. DOUTIllTT, n K.
11. C UASTON, Sec'y.
I. Wic HIUKIEY LODGE Ko.8, K.ofP.
Hosts every 2nd and 4th Saturday
CTiulng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of f.
KM1, oor. Port and Ileretanla Vlath
Ins brnthore cordially Invited to at-
p. m. si- grew! c. c.
E. A. JACOU9EN, K. U. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. B
lleata on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month W
7130 O'CIOCK in K. 01 1'. nail, corner
Bcrttxiila and Fort street.
i VUlHng Eazlea are Invited to at
Jtnfl. W. M. McCOY, W.. Prest.
H. T. MOOPE. 3ecy.
M HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. K. K.
Meets every flrt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knight ot
Pythlar Hall Visiting brothera cor
dially Invited tn attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of II.
ttLX-wvzs-jasxsvrKZZxwrMii mutt i
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Icive your oraer for a bos
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
ft PHONE 131.
. u, jBTa.f wa Jtxoaa xuox. irx-vxmuAU
All kiwis in rolls and sheets.
AMEMCAN-HAWAUAH PAPBB A
SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Tort and Queen its., Honolulu.
Tl, 410. George G. Gcila, Gen. Mfr.
! RYCROFT'S SODA
ORDER A CASE BY PHONE 270
W ffHTTI'ArTnTJ mJ 71TrTTTVrTJ
PLUMBIHa'and PAINTING. '
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
Einir St.; P. 0. Bos 014.
Jfjuiia ui,ui ill Hit b'Ji in, inu'icia.
jstc, manufactured by tho Uullctln
Tlf fm1n . . ail, trita t.l.BAUA
'V Trl CI.'
For Business or
pondence Blank Books
Oat '& Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near" P. !0.
Pastry than we
HOTEL NEAR UNION
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
Finest . Hand-Work
J. ABADIE, Prop . Phone 1491.
AND -DECORATIVE PLANTS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'Tho Finest Bathing on the Iseek."
Meals At AU Honn.
WINES, LiaUORI. AND CIOA1J.
W. C. BERQIN, Proprietor.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
rRESH FRUITS and
VEGETABLES just in.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King StJ near Bethel.
For Distilled Water and Anorted
Soda Watei, delivered to offle and
tesidence, RING UP 857,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St. M. R. DE SJL
The Manhattan Cafe
Weals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We NeveTr
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR 'HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAH,Prop.f
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
At AU Wakbdealars. ,r
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
nor. FORT and K1HG 9U ., Hobo1qIh
nut in at your home, connecting
nouse ana garage or siaoie, servants
quarters, etc., at very little expense.
UNION ELECTRIC COMPANY
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage
it uu DO IT MOW,
HARRISON MUTUAE ASSOCIATION
Nos. 09-71 Bcretania St.
LOCAL ANP GENERAL
Orders for the Industrial Edition
of the E v'e n 1 n f B u 1 1 e t i n vill
be taken by any of the B u 1 1 t in's
newsboys, at fifty cents a copy.
Rido in Sullivan's hack. Phone 200,
Al, Thurlow of the' tloyal Annex
Berves the flnctt rneala In town.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors v. Ill mcot
tonight In Its regular Assembly Hft'l.
P. V. Dale, formerly ot Puuncno
HiKlnlcvrlug staff, la In town lor u
uhoit visit, (
If you are looking for any of yout
friends go io tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll And them.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, A, Magoon were
among the hrrlvnls this morning In
tho Maunn Lor,
Tali your carrlaco or automobile
to Ilriwallnn Carrlast Hants. Co, foi
If )oii want your hat cleaned right
send It to the Eirjrt Hat Cleaners,
Fort street, opposite emu maples, "
HcprvscntatUo Itlhlo was unable In
occupy his spat In tho House this
morning, on account of Indisposition.
Col French of tho Salvation Army Is
booked to leno In tho stonmxhlp
Hllunlan, which sails ou Tuesday next.
The lugoon near the Outrigger Club.
WiUKlKl wan rul to tnerlloulng thly
luornlng, the sand bar having backed
up n lot.
. Miss Lyclla II. Otblxins. v. ho arrlvinl
hero on the Manchuria from tho .main
land eslerdny. Is on lior annual lslt
Thu Pollco Coinmltleu of tho Doard
of Supervtrors will mnko n scnsatlnnal i
report tonight on matters pertaining to
V 0 Slnglihurst of T II. I)ales &
Co., nho lift tho Inlands ou a trip a
short tltno ngn, teturned on tho Man
The Industrial Edition of the-
Evening Bulletin, wrauned
ready for maillrig,' 50 ceiiu at B u 1 r
1 e t i n office.
A bus will run from tho car line to
the County Club tomorrow. The links
uro lu good order ami the weather pel-
feet for golf nt present.
M A Slln, immigration agent of
the Territorial Hoard of Immigration,
will probably leave In tho steamship
Hllonlan, for a trip to Kurope,
Major this Ilose of the Treasury de
portment returned this morning front
Hawaii, wlioro ho lias been on busi
ness. He arrived In tho Mnuna Loo.
The caso against C. Sheldon and W
Kannkallllll, who It Is alleged played
battledore and shuttlecock with the
crockery at a Chinese restaurant, wis
continued till Monday.
Ilouert Lindsay, who was only beal
en by two beers In the local drinking
Marathon, collapsed nftcr the event.
Judgo Andrnde gau til t n firi.1 aid this
morning and the fee was four plunks.
romejlro Ynmato is piling Tama Ya
mata for dUorce on the grounds of de
sertion. Tho wlfo claims that die has
nurfored much nicntnl anguUb owing
to her husband's nbsence from tho fam
Manuel Itodrlgucs. ono of tho com
petitors In tho booio competition,
which Is now runnlmr. went 22 latm of
beer nnd then throw up i the sponge.
me rniiure cost .Manuel S4 this morn
ing. Judgo Andrndo was referee.
rather xaMer yesterday underwent
a. very serious operation jor cancer of
toe .tonguo. Tho operation by Dr.
Stroub. assisted by Dr. Herbert, waa
entirety successful and tho patient U
testing as easily as could bo expected,
Tho "Hello" girls aro having' a fine
luau on Saturday night and It will bo
hold at tho resldcnco of Mrs. Esther
Knmama. Miss Emma Aklna Is In
charge of the affair, and that fact guar
nnees tho siicceBs of tho entertain
Lum Tuck hi aui)g U. Ah lpng for
$10,000 damagesvon 'a slander suit. Ah
Leong Ib alleged to havo remarked
that Lum Tuck was n forger. Attor
noya Llghttoot and HOmphreys aro ap
pearing In tho case, which U being
tried beforo Judge,nobinson.
Tho members of Aloha Chapter,
Daughters ot tho American Itovolu
tlon, and tho Hawaiian Society of tho
Sons of the American Revolution, will
meet together socially at tho resldcnco
of Mr and Mrs. George H. Carter. Judd
btreet, at 7:30 p. m. Saturday, prll 17,
1909, In commemoration of tho ono
hundred nnd thlrty-flrst anniversary
of tho Lcxlngtou Alarm. Tho pro
gram will consist of music nnd ono or
iu imperii, ah visaing members will
bo cordially welcomed.
that the letter the Governor received
from the Senators was dntlrelv un
official, but had a dlroct bearing on
the Campbell matter. It Is assumed
that tho Senators gave a kindly and
unofllclul reaffirmation M their dis
approval of the reappointment of
Mr. Campbell. What" tho Governor
will do remains to bo seen.
Meanwhile various men are talked
of for the Trcasurershlp. So far tho
Governor hnn tint inniln n vm. van.
ernl canvass of candidates. The sug
gestion of Charles Hustace Is tke lat
est. Joe Oilman and Harry von Holt
i.tnte that they have not been seek
ing tho -place and have not'been ask
ed, so they enn't Very well discuss
J5y"For Renl cards on sale at
ha Bulletin office.
A Most Ixotlltnt Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. RTNQ ST. PriONE 525,
THE BEST "FOTEBS" W fOWN,
fyung Turkey Reyolt
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, -April 16. Disorders are rcnewdc, Arif
Hey, commander of n battleship, has been lynched, Tho Third Army
Corps nt Salonika Is loynl to tho young Turks, who threaten to mnich
on th la cailltal.
WHEAT SOARS BREAD HIGHER
CHICAGO, III., April 15, May wheat is 11.29, tho highest prlco
o 1877. Thcro Is great excitement In the market, which, nt 'closing
time, dropped five points,
NEW YOUK, N. Y., April iri. As a. rcBult of tho prjco of whent,
bread will probably go up to seven cents a loaf, ' ,
LOS ANGELES, Cal April 15i Wheat flour has reached the high
cat prlco ever known In this State.
TWO VOLCANOES ERUPT
I'AIHS, Prance, April 1 (?. Aetna and Stromboll aro reported tn bo
In eruption and the. Inhabitants of the surrounding countiy In night,
JOAN OF ARC TO BE SAINTED
ROME, Italy, April IC Sixty-bishops and,"40,000 pilgrims nro ex
pected hereon Sunday to witness the beatification of Joan of Aic.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April
Louis Glass a new trial.
40c UP TO $10.00.
Capacity 100 to 800 cards.
AN'ELEGANT NEW ASSORTMENT.
"Everything Photographic", Fort St.
I ANDS0ME ROLLER and FLAT TOP DESKS set on
';, legs. The floor (Under them can bo easily kept
clean, instead of bein? a harboring place for dirt, cock
roaches, mice, etc. Sold by
EXPERT HUMMEL TALKS
Automatic telophono export Hummel
had an Iplnrmnl talk this morning
with soma of tho stockholders In thu
new company. Ho explained In detail
Lome of the workings of the, systen
and showed how it would work. "Ho
ynnd thlu nothing of importance (le
ctured," replied J. P. Cooke, Jn unawtT
vu ii ipiutniuu. ii wua imh mi in
formal talk oer things In general."
(Continued from Pane 1)
atlons of J25U.2SO. this drops thp total
corresponding to that arrived at by
tho rSennto down to 12.913,176. Tho
Benata BUI Ik S2.848.595.
,,Tho nppioprlatlon bill drawn up bj
tho Committee on Ways and Means
calls for 2,54G,410. Tho bill passed
by tho House calls for $2,7,17,870.
Tho dlfferenco between tho Senuto
bill, aa It now stands, and tho prob
ablo revenues for tho next two jenrs,
means that. In soma manner or nthor,
somo 1300.000 must bo added to the
Territorial Income Whcro this money
Is to come from, no one apema to
know; where tho appropriation bill
can bo cut, parties thereto will not
The Houso managed to gdt In a
bunch Of cutB which brought the total
at least within hailing distance of the
money In sight. Ily tho ilmo tho Sen-
ntn irot nrnnnil tn hiiftlnpfr fiilk wlin
Tmd been cut had started such a row
going that all kinds of boosts hod to
be gotten In.
That tho final appropriation bill, as
t goes to the Governor, will bo the
work of tho Joint couforenco committee
Is generally conceded, for no ono bo
IIovcb that tho House will concur In
tho amendments madq. by tho upper
chamber. On what ground IhO wnr
ring committeemen will get together
Is a problem that no ono cares to
Ciar Gives $50,0CO. St. Petersburg,
Anrll 8 The Emperor hns rontilbut-'
od $50,000 toward erecting a club
houso and gymnasium hero for tho uso
of tho reactionary organizations,
IS. Tho Appellate Court has granted
& Co., Ltd.
OIL CARRIER HAS
After making a smooth pnsaago
from Gnvlota until off the leper bet
t lenient, where she was becalmed and
lott one day In arriving at this port,
thor)ll-carrlor Marlon Chllcott, Cnp
taln Anderson, finally docked at tho
railroad wharf Bhortly after 9 o'clock
this morning. She made the tlip lu
thirteen dnya from Gavlotn to -the
leper (settlement. From there It took
her a day and a half to mnko thlu
Tho oil-carrier brought 10,000 bar
rels of oil for Honolulu. After tjio
has discharged her cargo, she will
leave for tho States on Sunday, sail
ing In tho afternoon.
MAY VISIT HAWAII
Should Mayor Fern be nblu In find
Homothlng (o d" for a certain number
of cncrgeUc studentBTrom tho main
land, Honolulu will bo vlidtod by flf
teen students from tho Htunrord Unl
endtv. 'during tho mitunier vacation.
.In his letter to his undo, Mayor
Fern, W, C, Achl, Jr nyw u student
at Stanford University, writes that fif
teen jnmtg men, Btudcntu of (ho sauio
Institution, desire to .visit Ilou-dulu
during thUi summer. He. states, how.
oer, that they would llko to got sonw
thing to do, while here.
Maor I'orn Jins not looked Into iho
matter yet, but may tako tt up and
nee whut can bo d,oni.
Bulletin Buatnass OfBco Phone 250,
Bullotin Editorial Room Phone 183,
J 1. .J. 1
I IN FOREIGN PORTO ( j V ARRIVED J
Friday, April 16, 1909.
tmiSHANE Sailed April 13
S S. Mamma, for Honolulu.
frEATTLE Sailed April 16:
H..S. Mlssourlnn, for Honolulu.
BAN PHANCISCO Sailed April 15:
R. 8. Chlyo Maru, for Honolulu.
HILO Anhtd April 11:
Bblp John Ena, from San Francisco.
1IILO Arrived April 13:
.Hk. It. P. Rlthct, from San Francisco.
HILO Sailed April 14:
S. S Enterprise, for San Francisco,
Friday, April 16
Tenvperntures 0 n. ni 68; 8"n.
in., 75; 1Q a. in., 74; noon, 74; moiTT
lug minimum, 66.
llnrometcr, 8 a, in., 30.04; abso
lute humidity, 8 a. in., 5.146 grains
per cubic foot; relative humidity, 3
n. m., 55 per cont.r dew point, 8 n.
WIttil 6 n. m., velocity. C. direcl
tlon NE; S a. m velocity 6,, direc
tion SE: 10 n. Jn., velocity 12, direc
tion S; noon, velocity 12, direction S.
Itiiliif.ill during SI hours ended
8 a m , 00 Inch.
Total wjnd movement during 2 1
hours ended dt noon, 135 miles.
WM. R. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Uureau
A drauglilKiiinu Is wanted. Seo ad,
A good plain cook for family of two
Is wanted, b'oo ad, this Issue.
Pilmn Peer Is Iho best toiilorfiir Iho
i-lck and well. Them Is no other bier
that is Ifrowed under the same ell
untie rondlllons. mid none so well suit
ed to Huwnli'n climate. Ask for i'rimo.
Is our orflce desk (ho old styie klul,
with sides wllhln an lnrh.if iho Ilikr,
ullordliig u harbor for dirt and ermlii?
If so, ou should Bee our sensible Sol
itary Desks, niniio with legs. II. Hack
feld & Co . Ltd.
After nil. comfort nnd wr.uln, tin il
Hies art' the main thlii'i.i to oo-ul lor
In bijlug underwear. You mo suro
fit, (hem win u j on gut tlui Star Nalu
snok Unllurwvur nt SIIvti'h Toggery.
King near Foit St.'
Flnexl dry and seasoned ulgirnlia
nnd nhla sluu wood This wood glos
(lie best lire for tookliu, baiting etc
Wo n,l'0 li.ivi Iho best coal for deliv
ery. -Union Pacific Tratibfwr Co., Ltd.
11'2-I2'J King stiect Phono 68.
Tlie exhibition of School work nt
Iho N ,0. K. drill shed was well tit'
tended at noon time, and much admir
ation wns expiessed at Iho w mulct (ill
showing nindo by tho children. Owing
to numenius requests tho exhibition
will ho opm from 7 SO to 9 p. m, IhU
evening and, no doubt, a great num
ber of lieoplo will pay a lslt to tho
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 15, 1909,
f-otn 10:p0 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Joseph R. Spencer nnd wf by mtgco
In Gdn or Mniy A Poller I'oic Affdl
Joseph II. Spencer nnd wf by mlgeo
tn Mary A. Purler
Kukuuido to.TUiuo ct nl 1.
Andrew Chalnpjrs nml w to Ilaka-
lau Plnntn Co I,
J II Marngno nnd wf to Hnkalau
Plantn Co L
Elsa nichardson Io August Ahrons
et al PA
Thomas K Clarke ct nl to Emily K
Louisa K I.lttlo nnd hsb to Aunlo K
Wiitklns ut ul ..,..., Agrml
Entered for Record Aorll 16, 1909,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Path! Kaalekahl nnd wf to K Aoya-
Wm Kinney to Itsu Yoshloka and
C 1) I.urkln and wf to A II Landgraf.D
A II Lnndgrnf to Jiho V Macle( M
T K It Amain by mtgeo to E E Co-
nant ..., Fore Entry
JAPANESE FLEET RESULT.
llllo. April 13. Twenty thoiuand'
dollars In good cash Is what Jt, Ynm.i
inuia, n Jupuncto plslclanof this
city, wants n dniiingcfl on account of
nil nrtlclu printed In ono of Iho Jnp
nncsa piporo, and .Iho Iwnsakl. K. Ya
mnmurn nnd I. Ito aio tho onea ho
wnnls to dig It up. Tho suit waB filed
last week. Carl Smith being Iho at
torney for Iho plalutlrr.
The affair glow out of Iho dlsngico
inont between Iho Doctor nnd tho icat
of tho eommlltco which was making
tho nrinuueinehtH for tho entertain
ment of tho Jnpuncse bquudron. In
Ids complain Dr, Yamtimura eoIb
forts that ho bus been practicing In
Kilo for bovornl years pnst and has
homo a good reputation until tho pub
lication of Iho ommdlng nillcle, which
ho buys, canned It to belloved that ho
was a gambler.
Roads Will Not iRalae Rates St
Louis, April 8 Tho 18 Missouri rail
loads will not put In a 3 cent fnrq noxt
Hatunlny. after nil. .TiMcn wiiii.,,..0
tonight granted an oider lenporarlly
iiriiiiiiuiiK ino roaiiH noni dropping
tho pieBcm 2 cent schedule.
Friday, April 16.
Stinr Mnuna Loa, Slniurson, from
Hawaii and Maul ports, 5 n, m.
Thursdny, April 15.
P. M. S. S". Manchuria, for tho Or
ient, G-20 p. m.
Stmr, Helene, Nelson, for Hawaii,
5:15 p. m,
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Knual, 5:15 p. in.
Htmr. James Makco, McAllister, for
Kahultil, 6:45 p. in. . .
Schr. Allco Cooke, Puihnllow, for
Ilk, Dotbardnrn Castlo, Haxtcr, for
H, S. Mongolia, from Japan.
Per. Stmr. W. O. llnll. for Kaunl,
Apr. 15, 5 p. mj-C. .L ltmirko. A. S.
Wilcox ami wife', Mrs. A. U. Palmer,
A. II. Wnterhouso.
1 PA83ENOCR5 ARRIVED .
Per Htmr. Mnuna Ua, Slmcnioii,
friim Hawaii and Maul, Apr. 16. T. E.
AriuclBtend, Mrs, T. E. ArmelBlc.ul,
MltK M. C. ArnielKtcad. Miss A. 1.
Armetstcnd, Otis Hone, j. P. Carta. J.
A. Mngoou, Mrs J. A, Mngoou, Mian
E. Magoon. J. G Gnuvler, Mrs. K, Aka
ni, Miss M. Akin.1, Jno. f)o Mello,
Miss L. do Mello, Miss IC. linker,
Wong Fnt, Joo ltnwllnn, Dnn'l. Hoone.
Manuel Fernandez. E. H.Vau Wagner,
Miss I. Glbli, Miss E. Kalako.
Pf.I it ft lltllililnll Inliiiutn tn Q,t
I rniictico, April 20. 10 n. m Mrs.
Ileimer nnd 4 children, Miss Perkins,
C. I). M. Williams, Mrs. Harry Johns
ton nnd 3 children, A. F Pelora, Mrs.
.1. V. Hoaira, L. I), Mendonca. Mrs.
Mendonca. Unlit. Ilodlek, M. L. Childs,
Mis. E. Waliluu nud 3 children, .Miss
E (looman, MIbs Lawrciice, Mrs. Law
unco. Miss 11. J. Ilrlerlcy, W. K. An
drews nnd wife. MrB. It. I. I.IIIIe. Col
Geo French, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Par
boils. Mrs. Haiger and 2 children, M.
A SUya. Thos. Hnslace. Mrs. ilus
taco, Mrs. M. S. Iteuter, J. T Start.
Per S. S. Mongolia, for Sun Fran
clrco, April 17. Charles I'. Lolu nnd
wlrn, J. II. Gait nnd wife. Carter Gall.
K. C. Schornatcln and wlfo, G. J. Ger
main and wife. Mm. E. C. Atkins. Mrs.
A. .Mackintosh, Miss O. Mackintosh,
Miss F. 1). Day, A. F. Knndsen. Mrs.
V Kniidcen, Mrs. C. L. 8eylo(t, W. I)
Wchtenelt. wife nnd child. E. If,
Wodehoiiko. N. A. (Ihuldlnrt. Mrs. W.
H. ChnrloclNMrs. P. W. Craig, Miss
Juanlta Beckloy. Geo. J. Richardson,
wlfu nnd Infant. Aim i.nnU.. n,..inn
C Krunntack, F. S, Steart.
i'er stmr. cijudlno, for Maul nnd Ha
wall ports, Apill 10, 5 p. m-r-MIss FIU
Hemy, Miss A. L. Hitchcock, Capt. J.
Willett Mn. lntiti MaiIai. i,tnn t ..
ui KeaweiKioolo, M. Kcfello, W. 0.
Hall, Mrs. Urun, Mrs. Jurdln, H. It.
Slip tho and 3 children, Mrs. Knnnhelj.
THE MAUNA LOA. arriving from
Hawaii nod Mfrul jKirts, brought 80011
bias sugar. 1117 him mit ort i,n.
(haicoal, 9 bags ginger, 36 hunches ha-
nnnas, is turrets wntermulnns, 9 casus
watormulons. 5 Imrrnln ,lrl,.,i ni. r.
CnilCS flrleil flub 111 rnunu hiiHi,i.v,.d o
empty gasollno tnnkB, 26 bundles hides.
.1.1 pieces Koa iiimuer, 13 crates chick
ens. 5 crnteH idirii 1 ilnf n i,na .1
hnrseo. 16 calves, 2 cows, SO head c'at-
uc, jou pacxagea sundries.
PUn3Elt FHIEL nf tho Mnuna Ixw.
wTtTcli nrrUed thU motnlng, reports
Iho following Biigur on Htiwnll awnll
Inc: Bblninent: lfunnntm 7nni. u....
luu. 5145; Hoiiokna, 19,000;' Ktlkul-
nneio, iz.auu; I'autiiitiu, 9000; Paaullo
16,000; Kllkalau, 3400.
THE LIKELIKi:, which left Hr.nn
kaa with iinun bag of Biigar April 15,
HI lived nt Knbiiliil. Mnni ii,..n.. .1. ..
jln loadlug nioiu Biigar befoio returuluw
THE CLAIIDINE leaves this after
noon nt 5 o'clock tor Maid anil Hawull
pons. Hot bonking up to noon hour
today was rather binull.
THE MAUNA KEA will return from
her regular ports ot call tomorrow
inoinliig, docking piobably at 7 o'clock.
TE HARK IHTIIET, which arrived
In Hllo fuun San Frnnclgco April 13
Is still discharging her cargo there
THE MANnillllllA .,,ii,..i r ,.
entul ports yesterday nfternoon, tak-
14, t, 11 iuw iiuHtciiKcrs irom Hero
THE HTEAMF.I1 Pni.i. 1.,-..
i , V, , 7 ,i',,i-, which
Iiob been dleehnrglng nt Hllo, left fop
San Finuclpco April II.
THE HARK IIAWAir ni t..i...
vnB oidlng sugar when tho Mnuna Loa
Attempts to Kill 3elf. Nnpa. April
8. Jofccph Vnlerc.i mmln in,. ,......
.... . .. u Ml.Oltl.-
COHSrill IlttemiltS to r-nn,,H ..i,i ,
horo list night, but was fruptiated In
inn umiris oy mends. Ho was then
plncod lu tho county Jail, nnd will he,
oxumlnod on U10 chirgo of Insanity.
Sea iWrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, B0A1
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kjin$ St. opjvn' South St, j
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