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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reoular.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Perfection Regular 7:30 p. m
Honolulu Chapter Past Master
and Most Excellent.
All vlaltloK members of the
Order are cordially Invltod to
atuud mealing o( local lodge
HAfiiiOHY LODQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
ItoaU evmj Jaoudajr evening Ht
f:J0 lu I O. O. T IUII, Fort StreU.
i:. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
1. D. W1CKE, M. a.
All TUltluK brothers vory cordially
tZxU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P
llrtti ewry Urst mid third HTI
Sty evening at 7:30 In K. of P. 1U1I,
ewntr Fort aud IleroUnU. Visiting
orotliers cordially Invited to attend
P. II. NUOENT, 0. 0.
II. GOSLING, K. H. 8. .
HONOLULU LODQE 616, D. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge' No. 818, D. V. 0.
Xlkt, niecta la their hall, on Kim
Blreet, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. VIsltlDB Urothero ar cordially
Invltod to attend.
E. A. HOUTIHTT, E. It.
II. C. EASTON, Soe'y.
Wm. M'KINLSY LODQK No.8, K.ofP.
Hosts overy 2nd and 4th Saturday
nsnlnu at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
all, cor. Fort and Uerotaula. VUl
tec brnthra eordUlly Invited to at
land. F. II. McQREW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUBEN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU A1BLE 110, P. 0. E
MeotJ on tha 2nd and 4th WTD
JTBBDAY evening of each month at
ttIO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, oornt
ore tints and Fort streets.
VUltlng Eagles are Invited to at
W. M. McCOT, W Preet.
II. T. UOOP.E. Decy,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ko. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets overy flrct and third Thurtt
dayi of each month at Knight of
Pythias Hall. VUltlng brothers ear
dUlly Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PBICE3 TO SUIT EVXBY
Leavo your order for a box
o Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kins and Fort Streets.
mvjctxv. jw tCTarTrAirwvmwrvmraiP.
All Vinds in roll) and thxt.
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Ttl. 410. OeorKe 0. Ouila, Gon. Her.
ORDER A CASE BY PHONE 270
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAHTING.
OSm: Honolulu Paintinc Co., 221
Einir St.: P. 0. Box 014.
IlUnk honks nf nil sorts, ladgeru,
eta., manufactured by the Bulletin
for Magazines, News
papere, and Periodi
cals. Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P, 0.
YOU have not
Pastry than we
HOTEL NEAR UNION
CHILDREN'! COATfl AND
Phone 1491 for the finest Hand-work
258 BERETANIA ST.
J. ABADIE Prop.
AND DIOOBATTVX PLANT
THE FLORIST, HOTXL YOUXO Sit
'The Finest Bathini om tit talk.'
Hmli At All lonm.
WDJ1S, LIQUOSf. AND OIBAlfl.
W. C. BERQIN. Praprietot.
FOS SALE AT ALL SiKS
FRESH FBUIT3 and
VEGETABLES just in.
J. M, LEVY & CO.
King St. near Bethel,
For Distilled Water and Aort4
Soda Watei, delivered to offiaa aal
residence, IDTO UP 517,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St.
M. B. SB li.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals' and Short Order at All Tim
of the Day and Night. We Xitm
Sleep, FORT ST. JTEAX HOTXL.
R. Wm. WARHAH. Proj.
Everything that the Name Implit.
Office Supply Co.,Lid,
83 1 TORT IT.
At AU Wakhdealtn. ,
Agent for Hawaiiam Iilaiis,
"!or..I0nT and KING Sti.. Soaolnli
put in at your home, connecting
quarters, eto., at very little expense.
UNION ELEOTRIO COMPANY
SPECIAL SIOnxSATION FOR
This It to yoir alvantace. Look
it an. DO IT NOW,
HAEBIKW MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Not, 08-71 BeretanU'At.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
SW The most pleasant way to ask
a irnalihlnl to occupy an. unrented
room, is to let a Bulletin Want
Ad. ao it for you,
Ride in Sullivan's hack. Phone 990.
A), Tliurlow of ths Itoyal Annex
serves tha finest meals In town.
If yon ara looking for any of yout
frlondi go to tha "Two Jacks" and
jcu'll find them.
Tho cases against Peter Nallio mid
Mlnnlo Weir, for assnult, woro con
tinued till April 27.
Take your carrlaga or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlaga Manfg. Co., foi
Kellliol wa flhcd' ten dollars with
tlireo dollars coatg this morning for
nxBault and bnttcry.
The Maratna left FIJI twenty hours
late. She will ncconunodate ten pas
sengers from Honolulu.
If you want your hat cleanod rlxbt
send It to the Expert Hat Cleanem,
Fort street, opposite Club Stablui.
Asa, a Japanese, who filled up on hla
national bonze, had a six dollar flue to
pay this morning at tho Police Court.
C. Roblnsom a colored mun, was sen
tenced to six months this morning for
larceny. A, second charge against til til
for the samo offense was nollo prossed,
Ah On, charged with larceny and al
leged .to bo mixed up In a horse steal
ing case, wan committed to tho Circuit
Court by Judge Andrado this morning.
Kim Hach Yonglrn Korean who wan
charged with vagrancy, wui dis
charged from custody by Judgo An
drado this morning. C. F, Chilling
wortii put a word In for Kim.
A furnished cottage Is for rent. Sco
nd, this Issue.
A notlco for scaled tenders In re
Public WorkB appears In this Issue.
Representative Shingle Is not In his
scat In tha Houso today, being excused
lor tho day.
This Is -tho fifty-third day of tho
Lcglslativo session. Only seven days
remain until tha solons return to pri
High Sheriff Henry, who Is sick with
erysipelas, Is somewhat Improved, but
It will probably be t vn weeks yet bo
foro he Is able to bu out,
Ehlers will closo out tho balance of
their last season's fancy ribbons,
widths 4V4 to 9 Inches, at greatly re
duced prices. Salo begins Monday
morning, April 2Cth.
Wise people smoke tho Owl Sc. cigar
the best flvu cent smoke on earth.
You get them at M. A. Gunst & Co.,
Fort and King streets. Try one, next
tlmo you want a smoke.
There's something dlstlnctlvo about
Hycroft's Sodas. They aro always
clean, pure, and wholesome, and are
dellclously refreshing on hot, moist
days. Try a case. Phono 270.
Tho kind of shbo thoy wear at Now
port Ihnt'a trie Hind you can get right
hero In our storo, and at tho same
prices. The Regal Shoo at $3.50 and
04 has no equal. Regal Shoo Btoro.
For tho very finest class of hand
laundrlng, have the French Laundry
call for your cloihos. Welnako a spec
ialty of' dry cleaning. Tourist trade
solicited. 259 Deretanla St, phone
The Dcrgstrom MubIc Co. havo se
cured the services of Mr. Casccros,
who will call at tho homes of prospec
tive purchasers ,and display the latest
VJctor records. Phono for an. appoint
ment. Advertising has built up huge busi
ness houses from a modest beginning'
Right goods, right management, and
right advertising wlllj do wonders. Tho
cnas. li. Frailer Co. can help your bus
Every roll of bongo Hoofing Is pot-
led: ovory foot of It Is carefully ih-
spected, and Is proof against rot, air,
rain, and Bun. It's a roofing, that nl
wayB satisfies. Lowers. & Cooke, Ltd.,
The Vnndcrbllt Auto Cap Is an excel
lent substitute for tho ugly goggles.
Thin popular cap U mado with a dou
ble visor, ono of cravnnetto and one of
transparent celluloid. Seo it hi The
Kash Co., Ltd.
Just as iho Wales Visible Is tho most
modern of all the listing and adding
machines, so the Smith, Premjer (vis
ible) Typewriter is the most advanced
of modern typewriters. Hawaiian
NeWB Co., Ltd.
Rich Placers Found In Mexico,
Moxlco. April 8. Word was received
In this city tonight of the dlscovory of
the richest placer gold Holds over
found In Mexico. They are located In
the state of Oaxaca, 45 miles from Si
erra Dlanca, on the Vera Cruz nnd Pa
Fisherman Lost In 8urf Eureka,
April 8. Frank Fllmlngo, an Italian
fisherman of this city, aged 36 .ycari,
was lost this morning while fishing "for
crabs on Humboldt bar. His boat wsb
found on the beach. It Is thought he
was caught In.tbo curf and the craft
cipslied. His body haB not bcn
Bulletin Bnilneu Offle,Phnn 'oka
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185!
Fakes From 'Friseo
TOKIO, Japan, April 19. Sensational specials were printed today
statihg that San Frnnclsco mobs' had burned Japanese lailndrles in San
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., April 19. Tho Toklo specials are untrue.
Sultan May Abdicate .
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, April 19. Tho report of (ho abdica
tion of (ho Sultnn Is unconfirmed, but It Is believed posslblo, soon. If It
tukcBilnco the constitutionalists may accept Prluco Yusof ns his suc
cessor. , ,
Tho izzeddln Palace, where, the Princo Is living, Is Btrongly guard
ed. The Constitutionalist nrmy is In tho hills, twenty miles from Con
stantinople. Resistance Is unlikely nnd tho city Is quiet.
An ofllclnl was hilled at Adauu today.
JAPAN'S SUGAR. SCANDAL
TOKIO, Japan, Apill 19. Tho sugar hcnndul U growing, Tho De
partment of Justlco Is determined upon a thuiough investigation nnd
FLUSHING, L. 1 April 19. Tho trial of IVtenHulns for the mur
der of Amils has begun. The dcfciMo will he Insanity.
The formal opening of Cooko Lib
rary at Oahu Collcgo will take plneo
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock
promptly. The Trustees of the Collcgo
extend a cordial invitation to the nub
ile to bo present at tho trxcrclaen and
to Inspect tho building on that day.
Tho program will bu its follows:
Music by Hoys' (lleo Club.
Presentation of Keys by Cnrnleuu
Cooko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Acceptance of Keys by Mr. Frank
W. Damon, Chairman of Oahu College
Music, by Roys' (lice Club.
Reception by Tiuslees of tho Oahil
Inspection of the lullding.
Vaudovollle as presented by the Pol
lards mado a real hit at tho Opera
Houbo last night. In this lino of tho
bhow business the young actors mo at
their very best and the pu-alenco was
with them from first to last.
Where tho beauly of tho perform
ance camo In was that each of tho per
foriners had something to do that thoy
know how to On well. Thoy can all
ting, they can all dance nnd thoy nil
have, a special line of funny business
that Is scheduled fur a hit every tlmo
It Is put on.
Tho Poll.irdB.ono and all, showed tho
very best of humor and comedy that Is
In them nnd tho result was really good,
There were two skits and n. dozen or
moro acts In which tho good little pco
plo appeared In songs, dances and
The opining skit was a funny llltlo
affair lu which Alfred Colliding shows
how to get rid of a mother-in-law Ills
methods seemed to please tho npdl
ence very well and then tho curtain
went up on tho first of tho song spec
ialties. This wai ono In which Ada Hind re
nppeared in her clover "Meet Mo nt
the. Bodega" soug with tho mirror ef
fect and It rondo even moro of n go
than It did In tho "Charity Hall." From
then on there was a rapid succession
of clever stunts, each ono seeming to
please tho audience a littlo moro than
Uio one before.
Teddlo McNamnra was very good In
his coster song. It Is not hard for
him to twist his tonguo to tho icnl
cockney accent nnd his gestures and
acting with tho.song were very good.
Eva Moore was moro charming than
ever when sho sang "Olow worm" and
"Moon Dear" and tho effectlvo lilt of
tho music sot off her pleasing volco
splendidly. Qouldlng was extremely
clovor In ills Imitations of Harry Laud
er, the great Scotch, comedian, and his
22; ' -, .. ' " --t
ANDSOME ROLLER and
lecja'.' The floor under
clean, instead of being a harboring place for dirt, cock
roaches, mioe, eto. Said by
r.ccent wan Just no realistic nil the
Tho second part of tho elinw ended
wllh Llllle Hull's swing sung. Thh
was another big lilt and tho Utile net
rc:3s hud to rnnio ilut nnd icfp.mil tu
The finishing f.'ilt "Tho Fall nf Poor
Arthur," wns ono nf tlima apparently
aimless affairs that simply given ev
urybody n chance to be fuuily and they
were funny. Alfred doubling mado
up as nu exaggerated sailor, kept tho
houso 1'iilgliliig all tho time. Tuddio
McNamnra, In tho samo kind of a rig,
was just about as funny, nud tho way
they frolicked ubout Iho slogo nnd got
in soma clever work every minute, was
grent to see.
Pollard vaudeville la good. Tho
young nctora nro at their very host In
this kind of Aork ami they put on a
show lant night that nubady nlirml.l
mlsH when II Is rcprulucod Inter in Iho
There will i.o mi mntlnco on Wed
nesday, bu an uvcnliig p-rfornunci' of
"Checkers." Thursday night and S.it
in day matlucu and evening thciu vlll
bo moro vaudeville wllh changes each
THK INTUIMSLAND Rtt'nlner Man
na Ken and Manni l.o.i left at noon
today for Maul and Hawaii ports. Thny
were both given good i,eiid-i)(fii by tho
Hawaiian hand, 'which plnyod at tha
MnunaKca wharf. Tho passengers
wero decorated with lels, which their
relatives nnd friends brought for Ihcm
Among the passengers who left In Iho
flagship Mnuna Ken woh tho Hon. H.
L. llolsteln, Speaker of tho House of
Representatives. Senator Dowpott,
director of tho Intcr-lHland fleet, iilsn
called In her.
THK OIL-SHIP Marlon Chllrott
sailed yesterday afternoon for G:ivl
otn. As soon ins her tanks have been
filled with oil she will return again
to tills pott, arriving somo time lu
THE KINAU will sail this afternoon
at 6 o'clock for Kauai. She will carry
n big load of freight and will return
on Saturday with sugar, which lias
been nccumulallug on Kauai.
THE LITTLE aloamor Nnean, which
goes to tho Koolau tldo of Kauai, will
depart this afternoon nt B o'clock. Sho
will possibly take- oxploshcs.
THE MAUI railed nt noon today for
Paauhau, Mnhukona and other portu
on Hawaii. Sho took no passengers.
THE M1KAHALA,( which goes to
Molokal, Maul and Lnnnl. will leavo nt
G o'clock today.
. DIFFERENT THEN
I lovo tho snowflakcs when they fly,
And fall allko on manse nnd hovel;
Hut not when on Iho wnlk thoy lie
And I'm the man behind tho shovel.
FLAT TOP DESKS set on
them can b? easily kopt
& Co., Ltd.
f ' IN FOREIGN PORTS ( j ARRIVED
Monday. "April 10. 1909.
1IUI311ANK Arrived April 17:
U. s. Miikurn.
UAV10TA Arrived April 18:
S. S. RoEccrnns,
MONTEUEV Arrived April 5:
S. S. Rover.
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 17:
8. S. Tenyo Mnru, for Honolulu.
IIRISRANE Arrived April. 17:
S. S. Maktirn, hence April 3,'
CiAVlOTA Arrived April 18:
RoFccrans, Monterey, nnd Hover,
licuco. April ii.
Tuesday, April 20.
Tomlioraturciif) n. in., 71; 8 a. m.,
74; 1(1 n. m 74; noiln, 77; morning
Il.inimetcr, 8 a. in., H0.10: n''uili'lu
humidity, 8 a. m., R.4.17 gr.il-it pur
cubic foot; rnlntlvo liiunUMiy, 8 a. in ,
7t per cent; dew p-ilnt, 8 a. in., ill.
Wind B P in., velocity I, direction
E,; 8 n. in., velocity I, illiictlim S. E.;
10 u. m., velocity fl dlrecllun S. K.;
noon, velocity '10, ilhi-i llnu S. .E.
Rilufall during 21 liourj ended !1 a.
m., ,l'2 inch.
Toinl wind movement ituiln:: 21
hours eiulel nt noon. I3'i inlh .
WM. II. STOCKMAN.
Sacrlon Director. Wusthrr Iliiruuu
Editor Evening II u 1 1 c 1 1 u :
Arc the dlmnusiaiiH of tho novel ul
colors lu thu Amcileau Flag fixed by
law, nnd If mi what urn they' Thill
Is, If tho Imrs nro say five fret lung,
what would he the width nf tho
Flag? I low Is the area of tho bltio
field nrrhed at? Ymira,
Tlscio aro two Hugs re?.ularly u.t.id
111 the Mulled .States Army. In uddl
Hi u tn the remitting (iiu? nuil regi
mental "culoru.". Tlio cnrriiun Hag
Is of the folliiwliig dlmenalouj'. Thirty-six
fset'fly, twenty fret liolM,
thlnucil hiiilzontnl ulilpej iiltcmito
led unil white. In upper iu.utei
next to ttnff, Is n field or "union" of
slum,- (orri'sponding In number In
the number uf States, on hluo Held
extending over one-third nf the
length nf Iho fly. mid cxteiullng to
thu lower odgo of the Vmirlli ttrlpj
fiom Iho top. Tho "storm" fng
measures twenty by ten foot.
GRAND JURY REPORT
Tho FedornI Ornnd Jury lias re
turned trim bllla in the following
cm.es: Tnuuku, for Importing wom
en for immoral purposes; Oka, Yn
nal, nnd Kurawn, iiIeo for Blmllur of
feusei. Kane Kiiwnchl nnd Tnniika
were jotfttly found guilty of the lin
poitiitlon of women for Immoral pur
pojc.i. Tho Jury will lint ult ngnln
till early In Juno; tho ropnrt turned
In today Is only n partial one, nnd
the remaining cai.es will lie Investi
gated later on.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 19, 19C9,
' from 10:30 a. m. to 4:33 p. m.
N Russet et nl to Manoel I'elxntn ...I)
Manuel Ptixntn to Frank Ferrolr.i
Frank Ferrelrn and vf to ltou Tv
Manuel S Forelrn and wf to John P
John Alain mid wf to P.mn'nuwul
Cofteo Co Ltd , I)
Pioneer lllig ft Lu-iu A3ii of II In
Mary Stlllmnn u
Ilawo Hull (k) to Mrs Kawnlilncuu-
Kal Niikiilnwnlu D
Jobii Mncaulay tn Mimnel Rosa ...Hel
Mnnoel Rosa and wf to Joo V Marks. I)
Oahu Collcgo by Trs to Addle L Lul
Gear. Lansing &. Co by Trs to I lawn
Trust Co Ltd u
Amos A Eborsolo nnd wf tn Trs nf
Oahu College , M
Kcnol (k) to Mrs James Oiulio T)
Entered for Record April 20, 1809,
fro-n 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
0 Nlililn (o Chan IS King M
Hank or Hawaii Ltd to J A Mngiilrn
J A Mngiilro nnd wf to II llackfeld
& Cn. Ltd )
186 editorial reoma JSIJ bush
naaa efXes. These nro the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
SJBjr BULLETIN ADS PAY -rt
BE YOUR TAILORS
New Spring Patterns
Expert New York Cutter.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 King St. Phone, 521.
Monday, April 19.
Stmr. James MnUce, McAllister,
from Knhulul, 0:10 p. m.
Monday, April 19.
Am. schr. Allco Cooke, Pcnhnllow,
for Pugct Sound, 10;30 n. m.
Am. ship Marion Chtlcott, Amlcr
ton, for Oavlotn, 4:110 p. m,
Rtmr. J. A', Cummins, Henries, for
Wnlmniinlu, i: 15 a, m.
Htnir. Kc All Hou, Sachs, for Ka
uai, CMC a. m.
M. N. S. S. llllontan, Johnson, for
il.iii Fraiiciu'd, 10 u. m,
Stmr. Maumi Ken, Frecmnii, fur
llnwnil, 12 in.
Blinr. Mnuna Loa, Rlmerson, for
Kail mid' Komi ports, 12 m.
Stmr. Iw.ilanl, Mltcliell, for Mnhu
knmi, 12 in.
fttur. Maul, Ilruliii, for Ooknla
porla. 12 m"
Slinr. Mll.bhala, Pedcrscn, for Ln
hnlnn, 12 in.
Stmr. Klnnu, Ircgnry, for Knunl,
." p. in.
I lAa6KNaEM DEPARTED
-' ' (
Per ftmr. Mnilllil Ken. Firemnu.
fur Muni ports nnd 1 1 i In. i2 noon,
Api II 20.W. II. Ileen, II. Ileekley.
Ml. Dlllett. Henry (lernett. W. It.
l.owmy, J. Unmet t, R. I). Kllpntrlck
mill wife, I). H. Daliiy mid wlfo, W.
F. Saclm mid wife. Owen Wllllnmi.
W. Newhimte, W. It. D.ivls and wife.
E. I). (Ireerwin mid wife, Mrs. C. A.
(V-mit, Miss Dletz. W. K. Smythn.
wlfo, and dniighlcr; Jus. Held, W. O.
I'oirrrini, Miss Lucy Heine, Ceo, L.
Hatha Jr., O. IJ. King. E. A. Nnino-
hala nnd wife. A. W. Todd, It, W.
Per S. S. Hllnnl.in. Johnson, fur Rnn
Franplteo. April 20. 10 n. m --MrH.
'tenner nnd' t rhlMren. MUa l,,rlftnu
t! H. M. WIIII.1111H. Mrs. Harry Johns
ton ind 3 ehllilfen. A. F. Pelera, Mrs.
I. v. Hnaiei. L. 1). Mendonr.i. MrM.
Memlnnra. Unlit. Itndlck, M. L. Chllds.
Mr. K. Walilen linl 3 rhlhlren. Mint
E. Cooinan. MIhs l.nwrcnco, Mm. Law
reims. MIkb II. J Hilorley, W. K. An
ilrcws mid wife. Mrs. H. I l.lllliv r.n.
(ion l-'rcnch. Mr. mid Mm. E. T. Par-
nuns. Mrs. J larger nnd 2 children, m.
A. illlvn. Thns, Ilnslace lira. llnu.
tnce, Mrs. M. S. Renter, .7. T, Stntr,
Mr. and Mrs. Chnnslor, maid, mid
chauffeur; Miss K. C. Ren.
Per Htnir. Maitnti I.1111. Ktm.irsnn rni-
Jjaul and Konn and Kan potts, 12
noon, April 2U. Y. Ainu lling, R.
W. Hiiilth, Mib. Ilarker. 11. Uo Files.
J. C. Henri, J, P. Curts.H. II. ling-
Per stmr. Klnnu. (Iiestirr. fnr Krt-
ual, 3 p. m., April 20.- W. It. Scott,
Rev. E. S. Tlmotco, Rov.'M. K. Nu-
fauna, M. A. Sllvn.
Per Btmr Mlknhaln, Plltz,' for Mn
loKal, G p in., April 20. Miss Liiul
Ahul, Roy Chaiuiir.li, W. Mutch, A.
I 1 ..
I WATERFRONT NOTES I
' THE SCHOONER CONCOlTDTcnp
tain Plltz. which roturned "fmni tho
South Sen lilanili Inst Satin day
morning, has been chartered by Kins
Schlemmor of Laysan Island. An
toon as her cargo has been discharg
ed lit tho Hachfeld wharf bIio will
leavo for LaHiui Island will King
Schlcminci and his family as passen
gers. It Is expected thnt sho will
leave during tho latter nart of this
week. Schlcnimcr will plant n num
ber of cocoa nuts ovory year on Iho
T II E AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
lino will soon put in commission an
other utcjninr tu run between Honn
lulil nnd Sail Fninclsco. She will
take the plneo of tho liner Pleiades,
and will huvu nrcommndiiions fur
THE PLEASURE YACHT of Ir.
Cnptnln Miller, tho schooner l.uka.
eunio ilovii from tho mnrlno railway
yesterday after uudorgnlnc a nenci-nl
overhauling and cleaning, Mrs, Cap-
luln Miller will soon mnko on excur
hlon wllh fileiub.
THE AMERICAN HARK Cnrnnn
dn, Captain Hnudlette, will leave for
Sim FrnncIi,(.o, Inking 1400 tons or
sugar fiom here. Sho will sail on
Thursday, having cnmploted taking
sugar fiom tho steamer Mlkahalu
Till) JAMES MAKEE. which nr
thed Uul night fiom Maul, brought
Iho onchois belonging to tho lurlt
Sinitan, wiecked ct Knhulul thleu
j cam ugo.
THE SCIIOONEU Allco Cooko, Cap
(alii Pcnhnllow, departed csterday
for Pugot Round. Sho carried no
Btignr fiom tlio Islands.
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyo.
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King, St. opjvNo Sontb. St, j