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EVENING nUlAKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TIIUltSDAY, Aril. 22, 1909
Leahl Chptr No 2 Regular.
1 UH-i) V
Oceanic Second Degree.
Perfection RtuuUr 7:20 p. m
Honolulu Chapter Pact Mailer
and Mott Excellent.
A I l U'UAV
All litlnR members of the
Oiler oio medially Invited to
atltui J nitetlrigs of lotnl lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No 3, 1. 0. 0. F
Mseu o"rjr Ikiouda) eveulng i
7:30 10 I. O l l' Hall. Tort Street
h. It MLMHtY. Seueian
V H WIPKt:, N. O.
Alf vl.llli.if brother vorj conlUlly
DAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. of P
Mdti every lint nnd tlilr.l Tr)
toy vieuliiji at 7.30 la IC. of 1' Hull
Nrner url aud DrretunU. VIsllluE
Ciotbera cirdl.ill) Invited to atteurt
r u mount, c c
It liUSI.INU. K It. S.
HONOLULU LODQE 010, B. V. 0. E
jio oiu'u i-ndK ii m. u r o
UUa. me.u in the i hull, on Kin
Itnei, near 1 ort, on) Filduv oveu
Inx l-l Inn l.iuthua an cordially
Uvlted to nil' mi
C A 1)1). Till IT H II.
ii i. I io. Sii y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No.8, K.oIP.
Uesta every 2nd uuil 4th SjturrtH)
evening Hi 4" oil m In K. of 1'.
Knit, cor Fort ani' Ueretnula Villi
IOC bi others cordially Invited to at
Uatl. r m Mi uiuw, c c.
j: a jacohsfn. k k. s.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. R.
Meets ou thu tid and 1th WKD
KUaDAY tivonlngs of cat ti month al
1:30 o'clock li IC oi P. Hull, tornor
U.mlaultt uud l'ort atieeta.
Visiting Fugles are lulled to nt
end. W M Hi COY, W, Pi est.
II. T. MJOI'i:. Sec).
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Mrota every 'IrBt and third Thurs
day or raili month at Kulghts ol
PythUt Hall. Vlaltlr.g brothers cor
BUlly Invited to attend.
Gi:o SANDERSON, Sichein.
E V TOUO, C of It
r?jtfrnesn?-n- nr ta -
Tb9 beet asioitment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and ritlCES TO SUIT EVERY
Leavo your oraer for a box
r.f T It it t. -(4 t 'a Pir,,!,- TTfclt
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Corner King end Fort Streets.
CfcGasscarsir w rvti.raTii.r-jrffT-ei!irr
All kinds in rollt nml sheets,
AIMEKICAH-HAWAIIAH PAPKR &
SUPPLY CO Lri)
Fort and Queen fats., Honolulu.
Tel 410 Hroigr Q Gi.ila. Gen Mgr
ORDER A CASE Bi PHONE 270
L. Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR ?nd BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAIUTIVG.
GiSeo: Honolulu Piintins Co, 221
s Kins St , P 0 Box 914.
if ,Blank hnoka of ill snita, lod?ora
1 cto , iiiamiliiid Uy tho JJullotln
- rvbUsUlne CJ.mii.-tuy ,
for Magazines, News
papers, and Periodi
cals Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant 'St. near P. 0.
A Shin of Beauty is a Jty Forgrw
t. t. felix mwvs liarmL
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WHAT YOU OET IN
D? Quality is uppermost.
HOTEL near UNION.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
JUST AS THE
Listing and Adding
is the most advanced of all,
leads the modern typewriters.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Chas. R. Frazior
Phone 371. 122 King St. i
MRS ROSENBERG YOUNG HOTEL
GEARY-STREET ABOVE UNIOM SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAH S1.E0 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A DAY UP
q A new dourn town hotel. Sled and
brick strucluts. Furnished al a coil ol
$150,000. Ever comfort and conienl
enco. On car lines transferring to all
pails of cilj. Omnibus meets all trains
Now iccognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TR'WETS."
C Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
fi. iir w If4
K " J.JKtiCv w,
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
iPT The most pleasant way to ask
n mnhhini to occupy an unrented
room, is to let a Bulletin Want
Ad. do it for you.
Tin coort nuto hacks Phono 6
Al lliurlo" of the Hoyal Annox
KorvrH tho Ilticat meals In town
A N Cniiiphcll Is confined to th'
holiM by IlIncKH nml may not bo out
lor ten ilnja.
K you are looking for any of your
friends ca to the "Two Jacks" and
joull find them.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hatvnllnli Carriage Manfg. Co, fot
IVUT Nawnl who iilcniletl Riillty to
ilit chnrito of robbery mm today ten
It ncid to leu 5unr at hard labor
The nnninl tiieclliiK of tliu Y M C
A Mill not be held tonight but route
nlKht IK t xek Moliir pIctureH til
bi tho i nliitaluinent fenturo
The Industrial Edition of the
EreninK Bulletin, wrapned
ready for maillnp, au cents at B u 1
lie t i n office.
I Coat our Iron roofs with "Arable
You will be uurprlsed at Its cooling
and preBervatlvo propertlis California
Peed Co BgentB
I An Information booth fqr tho Ha
iWallau exhibit nt the Alaska Yukon-
Pacific i:K)Hltloii. hexnKnn Khaiie and
'made tntlnly of ko.t wooil, li.m been
P II Hartv.eH, n soldier who look
uioie ber tlnn was Rood for him last
M lull t was treated to a nlRht's Tiee
lodging a' the mllee station and ill
low oil to di pul this morning
M Shlnilshl general director of tlje
Tojo Klen KalKhn Is a through pti
senger In the liner Cliljn Mnru which
iirrhed this morning from Sim 1'nui
Cisco He Is accompanied bj his wife
A new pipeline Is being constructed
b) the Asioclited Oil Coniinii nt
the 1 hit kf. Ill wharf, which will furnish
fut I for the Tenyo and Chljo Mnru
The new pipe Is twcUe Inches In 1)1
timolol which Insures fast work In
gllng oil to the ships.
Among the guests registered nt the
Stewart hotel nro Mrs (leo II Hnbert
nn mid the Misses Hobertson of Ho
nolulu, who Iimu In en heartily wel
comed bj their many friends Th(
ore anticipating a trip nort, which will
Include n few months touring ami a
Ult to the Fair
Just In, per S S l.ur luu, fieth milch
cows, lino lot of horse-i mid poultr)
Club Stables . Ltd Tel H U.
A few customers are wunted to pur
chase milk from a small herd ol heal
thy well fed cows. Applj nl IS17 Col
J J Ilnie has opened n collicllo.i
aginc In tliu Campbell Illock, room
II He was for many eurs collector
for tho Metropolitan Meat Co.
When j on ure shopping downtown,
Mop tit al the flermnn Ilakery, Port
street, formerly Oilman's, and get a
cup of good old German coffee with
The Honolulu Photo Supply Co has
Jutit opined a largo new stock of pjroK
raphy materials, new tiecktio racks.
handsome skins, nil read for burning
Como and see them
Tho wireless telegraph has bridged
the ocean Mtssagcs can now bo senl
to fricniM aboard of steamers that are
half-way across the Puclflc Tho rules
aie er reasonable
You nun exchange aur thin, el
low lawn for a luxuriant, dark' green
one by spending $1 23 for n 25 pound
sack of Foicegrowth. Tor sale by K
O Hall & Son, Ltd
Tor nil wiring or Job work, putting
In phone lines to tho stnblo or garage,
etc , rail up tliu t'nlon Klectrlc Co
i:pert services at right prices. Hnrrl
ton Illock, Fort and Herctanla.
If Oti wnnt tho purest and richest
milk and ennm In tho city, try the;
Pond Dairy l.eao your ordor for
a month's trial and Judge for jourself
of tho cpia'lt) of our milk. Phono 890,
Iho Honolulu Construction and
hrajlUB Co hao Just received a big
fresh shipment of flna stoo coal. Ue
lh cries mado ut reasonable prices an)
where In the cll Phono 2SI.
A (tot of I.llies of the Valley is Just
the How or to send to that sick friend
of jours Cither Vulleja, roses, car
nations or lnlcts can bo obtained from
Mrs Taylor, "Florist," Alex. Young
Untitling Tel. 33'J
(Continued from Paee 11
tempted to Ibsuo n warrant for his
District Magistrate Andrade
promptl) refused to Issue a wan ant
for the arrest of Mr Cathcart. The
Judge said It was a caso for a penal
summons, nml (Joo Wan Hoy at once
departed to consult Ills counsel,
Judge Ilumphrc)s Later on nn at
tempt was made to get Judge Long
to sign the warrant but he, too, de
t lined to do so,
Tho penal summons hna been served
on "Mr Cnthcntt tunl ho Is to appear
at tho Pollco Court tomorrow morning
BE YOUR TAILORS
New Spring Patterns
Expert New York Cutter,
W W. Ahana Co.,
G2 King St. Phone 3?1.
Governor Lilley Is Dead
UAKTFOHn, Conn, April 21
neorgu W I.llley Is well known In Honolulu While n Congresa
inau und a member ot the Committee, on Naval Affairs two ears ngo.
he vlnllcil thin city as a guest ot the Territory.
NIAGARA FALLS, N Y, April 21. The Ice Jnm In the N'lag.u.t
rnplds, which Is endangering the syelj cf hotels -ilong the banks, la
sixty feet high and twelve mills long. Two carloads of duumlte uto
being rushed to tho scano . '
DICKINSON SAILS FOR PANAMA
WASHINGTON, D C, April ! 1 Secretary Dickinson has stilled
on tho Mayflower for Punamn, wlicru he will remain n month to study
' m i
CLI:VI:LAND, Ohio. April 21 This tit) pished thioiigh n (trrllle
storm totln) In which six people weio killed nnd slxtj-nlne Injuud
The damages will nmoutit up to n million of dollars
m i i
CONSTANTINOPLF, Turke), April 21 Fanaticism Is rnglns In
the Interior of the empire and there arc tirrlbla atrocities
TO HAVE WHEELS
Thought HeSav Himself
Being Beaten By .
JnmeH HnURhton of the Mntiufai
turerH1 Shoo Company is held by the
polite on account of his mental din
iiblllt). It appears that last night
ho wanted to kill n man whom he
thought he saw standing outside of
Hiiughtou, according to tho"e who
are nuiunlutcd with him, has not
been well of late. He was evldentl)
under the Inlltienm of liquor when
ho thought he observed Foineonc out
side his window.
Fnrly this morning he wol.e up
und walked around his house In his
nightgown When ho-n turned to
his room he screamed and ) cited ns
If he wero being tnurdcrtd look
ing out of his whitlow , he thought
he saw a man In the at t of beating
him to death. lie plikod tip a wash
stand weighing about 100 pounds and
attempted to throw It at tiio night
lsltor Tho stand did tint pass
through tho window, as It was too
large He then rushed nut of his
room again and his nt thins wero ver)
peculiar No one was able to tool
C. II. Raen, a customs Inspector,
happened along ami ussmed him
that no one would he peimltlcd to
touch him If he kept still. This
pleased Haughton, nnd ho remained
peaceful until the pollco urrlvcd.
Haughton will be examined by Dr
nmerenn us to his mental disability
Tho Fifth Caalr) Hand will play nt
gunrd mounting nt Dirt Shatter dally
nt 11 a m during Its stay In Honolulu
Per stmr Cltindlne, Iltnnett, for
Maul and Hawaii, April 23. S p in
K. Points'. W U Morgan. R S lliw
mcr, Jnnies .Moore, W. J Forties mid
wife, Mrs Joo Murrls nml child, Mrs
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS
In home tnlk
"Kidney trouble" Is Inflammation of the kidneys without albumen.
"Brlght's Disease"" " " " " with "
In each tho nal trjubte It INPLAMMATIOM OI' T1IIJ KinNi:VH, Ik no n
euro for oiio inunt Im a cut) for tho olhtr 'iluiu huu Utn no iuio fur lth r
ltut many khltuy trouhhil jHMiplf ud will
True iHtmiMtt Inltantinntlon of tho kMrn-iH unl'HH wtr (iMiunmilj Kts l
nt llrnt Mut If It h not yldd iml) and tho tntt.ininiallon rulntn, the unl
You tan mo ihy klilucy illHoimt Iiuh hrin Imuinhlc ami why tlit d utlis
hao rlMou to uor 170 jwr ili up to tlm (ltxroir nf rultim'K ll mil Ounpiuml
thirn wiih nnthlni; known that wouhl rtiluce Iniliinnt itlon In Iho khlaty tlnsucM
Tho old khliuy imdldnts oru it mUunu tptlnn, Irrltntlntf tlm Inllainfd ttld
iuih to run will tfforU InHtoad of alla fnK tin lnlltnnn itlon, aunu of Hum httiii;
actually harmfut ItfHuU phjn!rl inn hit nti indonnVtluin
No iiiaittir whrtlar jou call It "kldm tnuilili," "Ntphrltln," or IlrlRlil'
I)loai4," If It lias Ui'itI linnstiifr on a fi month rrnry tun 1 only hupt d
for throtiKti thiH kikkKIc It has a prnwn tl1Ucn( In marly H7 i nt of
all iihm It In Hi" only thlnft known that control Intlamuiatlon In thu ItlJifjtf
which Ih tho nal dllllculty with khiuy tiouhhd p(fpl
LlHraluro niuihd frco.
JOHN J riH.TON C, 212 rirbt Street, San PinnclHeo, Cut
I!ONOttLU DHUO CO, Tort Htrnt, nro onr local lUfintn Ask for Ill-Monlh-ly
Hull tin of lata n cm .'rim 7u
Desks, Boxes, Placques, Etc.
A BIG NEW STOCK.
I.llley, floeinor of Con-
POKE LIBRARY WILL
RE OPENED TODAY
ITho frit nds of Puliation ami especial
1) thost who mo Intereslel In books,
will gillicr this iilternoon lit In Col
hoto rumpus nt tin opening of t ooke
A simple progiHtii has been hit ugoil
as a formal Itilroduclltiii to the Itispec
Itlon of the building which will bo
thrown open to all who wish to sto It
As the procram will bo held out of
doors on tho front stops, it will be tin
promptly at I o'clock ami will be oer
In ii short time The Trustees of the
College, with their wlo. will then
'recche In the lobb) of tho bnlldlns;
j This Is a slinlHoant occindou for the
school nml also for the public hcc.iui'e,
through the liberal pnllr) of the Tins
teos, under certulu regulations and re
strlctlons, the books tiro to be open for
The Honorable Henry V. Knwe-.-elil
t l.i 1 ins that his words of )cs
tcrda) afternoon when he was thitlr
iniin of the Committee of the Whole,
were not Intended to he taken In u
llteuil l-1' line
"I did not actually nit an," he
said this morning, "that I would go
out Into tho hull with an) member
who tried to make u fool of me What
I Intended to do wus to order the
SerBennt-nt-Arms to lake him by the
neck, nnd If the Scrgcantiit-Arms
couldn't do It, I woulti take him by
the neck mjsclf."
Till: KF. AU HOI! nrilvod from
Walmea, this morning, bringing two
dock passing! rs Putser Jarrett in ule
no report of nny enrgo brought In her
TIIF. CLAUDINi:. which rnme Into
div brought ns her rtrgo 2790 Ingi of
Klpahulii sugar, 24 cords wood 31
hogs, 13 bags bones, 4.1 packages hides
nnd 1S1 pickagus sundries.
Exploalon Kills Three Huntington,
W Vil , April 7 Three men were
kllkd tonight when 100 iiiuuIh of nl
troMKcrln exploded In a construction
ciiinp at Illuu Sulphur A hea) blast
sit off tho explnsltiu
jj IN FOREIGN PORTS ARRIVED I
Thursday. Aorll 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 21
S S Columbian fiom Sallnii Ciuz
HAN FRANCISCO Salltd April 21.
H S HatteH, for Sound.
(Continued from Paze 1)
The customs ami pustolllm olll-
thils, (Itneinoi Fr car's pi hate see-
litar), C II Mcllrlde, and the II u I -
I o 1 1 ti 'man, nil acknowledged tho
"Aloha" of the distinguished passen
ger 'us he stood Ii) tliu railing and
sized up the beautiful city of Hono
"This is t'eiliilnl) n beautiful
tit)," remarket! Mr Fairbanks "Mrs. I
Palrbinks, inn dnughlci, Mis J V. '
Tlmmoiis, und I will lie tho guests of I
Governor nml Mrs Frear, ind woi
shall expert to see nnd learn more
of )our beautiful city.
"This Is my llrst tttp here, nnd I
um glad to fee jour beautiful hiu
boc ami buildings, the mountains,
nnd the tropic. il tiers We shall
lcae heir on the Mongolia, sailing
.Mil) I l.tfi)r Japan and China"
Mi Fall banks stated that he and
his fimlh would make a short ilay
In Jap-in, whenie the) will piotuetl
to Chin i.
"Do )ou know whethei the llnllrd
Stntes Government will pi) the
(linen's claim or nut'" asked Hie tc
porter. "Well," k.i Itl he, "I am out of poll
tics Mr Fairbanks snltl he wan
bound on a pleasure ttlp nnd lie did
not wish to speak on an)lhlng that
dhl not tome illicctl) under Ihlt
Ah the Hurt p issetl the llghlhoiiw
ho obserteil the natUo bti)s In the
wntei waiting foi coin fiom pntreii
geis Setretui) Mt llrltle lulell) told
to him the Hton of the so-called wu-tei-iat.
anil, tligglng Into his pocket,
Mr Falibauks Unhid out some mono)
uiul tin uw It Into the water He
seemed gruttl) luteietted In tho
dhlng of the bovs nml wnlihed oth
ers repeat the performance
At the Wharf
when thu Chl)o Mnru doLkotl.
Governoi Frrnr. ntioinpanleil b)
Pnsldent Smith of the Siunte, Sen
ators Hill child, McCarthy, and Ma
l.cknu, J F Moig.in, pifslilcnt or tho
Honolulu ChamliPi of Conuueite, L
Tennev Peik, Fretl Matfiirlanc, ITnl
ted States Dlstilct Atlornev llnck
ons nnd his daughter, hoaldcd I lie
liner and wrlcomid Mr F.ilrhankH
and his famll), who will he the
guests of Gmeinor nml Mrs. Fiear
during their stn) lino Cow rum
Frear Intioiluccd the lltilioliilans who
aitoinp.inlcd him, anil lit I to Miss
llreckons shook hiintls with the tin
nier Vice Prisltlent of Iho Fulletl
States und his family Tho Itilt
biuikH pint) left fur Cncrnoi Fit .11 s
home In an nuto.
Fairbanks Thanks Greene
Mr Fairbanks had great admira
tion for thu ccimiuuiiilcr of the Chl)o
Mnru, Captain W W. Grime, and
presented him with the follow lug let
ter, which speaks foi Itself Headed
b) Mr Hill banks, the luttei was
signed b) all the possengeis ot Iho
liner Captain (iieene was vei)
"We, the tiniloi signed passengers
upon the ('hl)o Mum, bound for,
Into, nnd thiough Pacini ports upon
her thlid M)ngc, take this means of
expressing our uppicclutloii foi the
kindness of her tommandcr, Capt
W. W. Gierne.
"Tho Captain has dono eer) thing
possible to mnko mil trip enJo)able.
He hits show n that tho genuine com
mander Is the true gintlemun Wc
shall remember with gnat pkusuic
his euro of uud consideration for us"
Formei Vito Piesldeut Fairbanks,
Mrs Fall banks, and Mis ,1. W 'llm
mons, their dniightor, will go down
to Wuhluwu tomuirow morning In a
special train nt 'J ci'ilock us gut-sis
of GoNernor nnd Mis Fiear.
I'realdcnt J. F Moigan of thu
Chamber of Commerce will bo lep
icsented by Fretl Marfailanc. After
the) return from Wtihtnwa the guests
will bo tlinetl ut the t'nlvorslty Club
Mi l'ali banks was given a lunch
eon this noon ut thu University Club
by OowHior Froir. Secietniy Mult
Smith ami A, Oartley wero also pies-
Mr Faliliuiil.H was lecelvetl b)
Goernoi I'iciii In the i:ttulhe
chaiubeis at tho Capitol this morn
ing Menibeis of the Leglslatuio,
public olllcluls, and meinbeiH of the
liress weio theio glvin au nppui tun
It) to meet him ollltlull)
Shortl) befoie II o'clock hoth
liolisiM of the Leglslatuio took n re
ctus to iiwnlt the urilvul of the foi
mer Vice Piesldeut nf tho United
States Just on the hour nn iiutomo
bile pulled up ut the steps of tho
Capllol, ami Mi Fairbanks and C
II Mclliltle, thu Gcnernoi'u pilwito
Mtllildo at onto led tho distin
guished guest to tho l'xicutlvo tluuu-
Tluinidiii Aiirll 22
T K K 3 S Chljo Mnru rrom S.m
Francisco, 8 20 n m
M. N. S. S Lurllne, Wcitkn, ft inn
San Francisco, 8:40 n. m
Thnrstl.i), April 22.
Stmr ClniKllne, lleiiuett, rioni 1 1 li
ve nf 1 and Maul, E:0.1 u in.
Stmr Helena, Nelson, from Kawnl
hiie, Ti 68 it. m
Stmi Ku Au tlott. fiom Walmea,
uiiiu n, m. jjjjj
Wrdnestli), Apill 21,
Stmr K'e Au Hon, Sachs, for Mob)
kill, IS ii m,
Stmr Llkellke, Naopila, for Hawaii,
r. :t p m
Sclu Concord, Plltz, for La)s.in lu
1 mi tl
i 8AILINB TODAY ,
S S. Chl)o Mnru, Orieno. for tho
Orient, ii p m
Schr F M SI iile, Johnson, fo:
DUE SATURDAY I
A -II S S Mlssotirlati, l.)ons, from
Seattle, li III
Per S S Chl)o Mam, fiom S.m
Fi mi Irro, April 22 Lii)or lloiits
lulu Hon Cli is W Fairbanks, Mrs.
Clus. W Full banks Mrs .1 W Tlin-
ItiollH tti nrv Vl'lilllnt. t-nr lt.itt.i
- . - n
Inlil. James Moore. C L Stokes, For
rer a m i.iiruno, wooden, rrom San
Fiaiielsro April 22 Mlsii II It Per
klm. Mrs II Toiniilein in. n II lllrh.
aidson. Mis lllihnidson, G o I)als I.
i. 1'ieeso A ,i Auconnl'll C II. Rel
Una, It lliichholtz. .Mrs Lindsay und
Chilli Miss J Mrllorinoll I I ('.,.,. I;.
elt. Mrs Cioikett, F. i; Howell. Mrs.
noweii ami eiiiiii, i Htiting, .Mrs .1.
Swift, O Juiint-ou. A A lliciwn. II F.
Lewis A Peiry I. S K-iy
Pi i stmr Cluiiillne, lleiinelt, from
Hawaii und Maul, April 8.". W 1,
Haul). S Ah Yeo, Watsiitln nnd wife,
Matsiula. Di W I) Ilalilwin, wife nnd
chlltl J. M Vlns. A .1 lioiiiiii- v ii
Hull Mrs M A Itlchuids. Miss M.
I isiiei, .Mis .1 itlchanls, Miss L 11 a I'
ll son. Miss F. lte)us. Aim, Kupol, C.
Aklna, T Osakl nnd 70 deck.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Tho well known rhaiaclcr Annie
Clan Hue Is supiKnu'd to liavu been
nun dead In San Fniuclsio last Tiles
diy, and u man niiiued Henry Fisher In
suspected or lnng committed tho
crime The cable staled that a woman
UHineil Hi audi hid been killed, and ns
It is known that Aimlu Claiidluu mar
ried n man of that niimo who uroil
to wink cm the liiter-ltthind boats. It Is
Hiiriuheil that the woman llinudt and
Annie Clauillne are onu and Iho same
PerMiu Annie Clitiiillin, vw.ni i,. ik..
Coast about u )0.ir ago, and tntiti) local
i"'!'"' " seen nor in s in I ranclicn
lateic Mr Iliiiinll whilst hoping thaL
the woman Is mil Ma uir.. ,u .1. ..,.,.
sme that tho nnniu "Allcc, Is 11 mis-
use in uiu laiuing, ami that tin mi
fortunnto wuiiiuii'h nnmu Is Annie, not
The suspected man, Henry Fialnu.
former' living cm Queen street, In tho
premises now occupied by Mr Mltiu
ull, tho sallor'B boarding house man
EYE DISEASES ARE VERY
PREVALENT IN CITY
Diseases of tho e)o arc still thu
most picvitlent among tliQ iieoph. of
this tlty, according to a report sub
mitted to tho Tcirltmlul Iloard of
Ileal III nt Its meeting jestertla) by
Dispenser Nugent. Tho report for
Maith la aa follows;
Number of uifoh tieatetl, 381:
medical cases, 127; surgical cases,
2.ril, prescriptions filled, 181; e)0
tieatnienls. 1J42: health ..ilifl.,,iu
grnnlttl, IK, clilltltcn Micclnated, 1.
Minimalities Portugui.M, 18 1;
Koiean, CI, Hawaiian, IC; Porto Itl
ian, 2!i, Spanish. r,; Amerliun, 19:
P.ut Hawaiian. 1.1. (Milm.sn r. 1,.,..
anese. I, negio, ; German,' 3;' Nor-
wegiin, z, siotih, 2; Italian, 1:
llritlsh, 1, lilsh, l; Scandinavian, I.
beiH, wheio Governor Frear was wnlt.
lug Mid or Fern was on hand uud
bortue the general ictcptlun ho and
Sei-jetur) of tliu Territory Mntl
Siultli hud n fow minutes' nrltiitn
couveisiitlon with Ml. Falibanks,
President W O Smith or thu Seu
Ito IlirlM'd a liiliiuto Inter nml m-.
eoiuiiauled h) thu members of thu
upper tnnmuer, filed into thu i
The newspapermen followed In lino.
With a Jolly. "Ah. tho meinbeis of
Iho thin! house," Ml Fairbanks
shook lunula lordlnll) with the re-
poiters, and oxprcssed the delight
whlth ho felt In setting foot on Ha
waii, Aiuerlta's Island Tuiilturv. Ho
was vei) enthiidlastlc oei what ho
hnd seen, and pnrtluilntly tlwult
upon the "substantial and solid
Riowlh" that was evidently taking,
A little Intel tho members of tho
Iloum culled on Mr Fnlibunks, who
was then estoited to tho I'nheisllv
('lull by Governor I"re.ir
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
KIdjj 6t oppH Bontb. St, j