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EVENING milMTIN, HONOLULU, T II. TlltmSDAY, APRIL- 29, 1309
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Honolulu Commandery Red
Pacific First Degree.
All visiting nicmbcrB o( the
Order are cordially Invited to
ntUnd meetings of local lodges
UARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cvciy Monday evening M
1: 30 In I. 0. O. V Hull, Kort Street.
i: It HBNDftY, Secretary
1' D. N 1CKK. N. G.
Alt visiting brothers very cordially
0AUU L0D0E, No. 1, K. of P
k MeetB every first and third Frl-
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Kort and Ileretanla. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend
fi V It NfGBNT, C. C.
It GOSLING, K. U. S.
HONOLULU L0D0E QIC, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 01 C. 1). 1'. O
Kilts, meets in the'r linll, on King
Street, near l'ort, cvciy l'rldny oveu
log Visiting Brothers aro cordially
invited to ntleml
i: a DorniiTT. i: it.
ii V i:S1UN, Scc'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
, evening at 7.30 o clock In K. of V.
' Hall, cor Tort imc" Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
r. m Mcannw, c c.
E. A JACOBSL.N, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140, F. 0. E.
JTcets on the 2nd and th WKD
NESDAV evenings of each month at
7.30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctanta and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. V M. McCOY. V , Prest.
H. T MOOPE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Mecto every first and third Thurs
l days of each month at Knights o(
. Pythias Hull Visiting brothers cor
dially invltad to attend.
OCO. SAN'DHHSON. Sachem.
" E. V TODD C of It.
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a.gsreTfn.'gacnJaa-T-.TM r n rr '
The lest assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your oraer for a box I
of Lchnlmrdt's Candy, Fresh
only at j
Comer Kins oni Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls And sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER 6
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
j Fort and Qncen Sts., Honolulu.
'Tel. 410. Oeoru'R G. Giiila, Gen. Mgr
ORDER A CASE BY PHONE 270
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; i'. o. Box 014.
Illank hooKs of all sorts, ledgers
'etc., mnnnfnctnrpil by the Bulletin
Rats arc a nienaco to
health and property. At
the first sicu of a rat, use
Rat and Roach
It Is the only guaranteed ex
terminalA for ml, tnlna
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cockroaches and other ver
min. i;cilers re r una money If It falls.
Sold for 30 yean, with Increasing sales,
- fu'.. w I'.UUI V UH-llln (Mil UUU UiIVS
eat It and run out of doors to die.
2 ot box 23c: 14 oz.boi II 00 Sold erery where
or sent cipreu prepslJ on l-ecalpt ot price.
STEAftNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., CbtciQO, til.
We have all the lat
est and finest Station
ery, magazines, nnd pe.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
MRS. ROSENBERG YOUNG HOTEL
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX dOURAUD'S ORIERTiL
CREAM OB MAGICAL BEAUTIrTBt
ntmrvfi Tu, FttuplAt,
VmiIIi. M it the,
lUtk, fi4 fkto PltaE
U4 t vary umaB
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tf "of ttauCfl
ititn Dr. L. A.
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kioprfprUn' i r ltr allilfUkfiMi d kicy
iffllf.H0PIiH3.frtp, 37 litit Jcnw Stmt HroTotl
should be filed in the easiest
way under a system that is
the most convenient for ready
have been proved to be the
Hawaiian News Co.,
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Bayers Of
41S Queen St
WHAT YOU GET IN
3F" Quality is uppermost.
HOTEL near UNION.
Bullitin Bustnels Offloa Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 180.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The B u 1 1 e t i n is selling a school
scratch pad of 200 sheets for 5 cents;
six for a quarter. ,
Ten Rood auto hacks. Phone 6 '
A1. llmrlow uf lliu ltoyol Annex
Eoncit ttid finest tnenls In town.
1 you nro looking for miy ot your
friends eo to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
Inter island and O. It. I-. shipping
books for sale at the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u
orace. 60 each.
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., tot
Thu b.iiul will idny for tho free kin-
diTBartens nnd lecclvlne rooiui, nt
Thomas Square tomorrow mornlnt; nt
Coat our Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preservatho propertlos California
l'eed Co, nt;enU.
A k collar nccldi'iil happened on
Kinma utieet mtcnla ufluriioun
when n )nd Hllied on hoiuo maiiRii
lnvlliiRs nnd fell, striking tho hack of
her head on tho pavement.
Murchnnls' lunch, tho best In town,
nt Thurlow's Itojnl Annex
Mrx Keaius has froth Jams, jellies
nnd mango tliuti.. A case of ha
nallun presereB makes a nice pres
ent Give thu order, and shu will do
Kulii Hale, a Hawaiian wahlnc, was
ftmd kcvoii dollars nnd cosIb by Judge
Aiulrnde Ihla morning, for using Ian
guano that fairly made, tho ntmopphcro
Contractor Oudcrklrk has tho con
struction work on Hio new Alnxt-i
street wharf slad well under wa the
hletl beams fur the framework mi Hie
sides of thu wharf being put In upright
1'nknila und Moto Okauo, n Japanese
ni.ind a wiuiinn, linil n hearing before
thu United States CnmmtHsltiner this
morning on the charge of adultery, und
were bound oer to appear before the
court at the October term
The desk of Lloyd Conkllng was ro
cred with rotes and carnations this
morning, the remembrance of friends
who knew that this Is his hlillid'iv
Which birthday Ltojd modestly de
cline to tell, but lie hints that lie Is
at least 21.
I)r Kalrwonthcr celebrated his birth.
iai H'sterdn) by Kiting u dinner party
to n number ot friends nt tho Wiilklkl
Inn The nffnlr was most enjnynhle.
nnd after dinner Mr. O'Sullhnn amused
j the guests by doing some w uiderful
The military ball which Ih to come
off In KnlghtH of rj thins hall on Sat
unlay night. Is attracting n lot of at
tention from Armv nit 1 Niv men
Tho N O II hao charge of the nltalt.
nnd that fact Is u u-mnnteo ot tho
success of tho undertaking,
l'ntrles for thu wui. v. ,i handicap
singles tournament of the Ileretanla
iTonns Club will closu with tho score
Itary of tho club, Itny 11 ltlctow, tomor
J row The opening Rime of tho tout
Innmcut will bu plajed on thu Ilere
tanla courts next .Monday, beginning
I at 4 30.
I.lojij Clillils hnil a narrow escape,
from n serious in Jury yesterday lie
undent ored to bclzu hold of n ropo at
Inched to u pulle) and in doing so
slipped and full. Tho rope Incline en
tangled nbout his wrist nnd throat and
though hu missed being seriously dum
aged ho Is nursing a stiff neck and n
badly ubrnlscd forearm today.
In Hie mailer of L, L. McCnudtuss s
T I' Lansing, It. Castle, trustees,
and Jatues 1) Castle, nti action to (pi let
.title to 1 8 acres of land at Wulnholo,
tho Jury, upon direction of Judge Do
Holt, nun returned a outlet that tho
plnlntirf Is tho owner of the land, sub
Jed to tho dower right of Knliia, now
held by tho defendant, James II Cus
Hu Judgment to that effect has bout
S B Plcrco nrrltcd from Honolulu
on Irlday morning, April 23d, and will
occupy the position of bookkeeper fur
the unite store, tnklng tho placo or C.
Mnser, who is now principal of tho LI
huo Oonnan fcchool. Mr. I'lerco Is
quite n kamanlun of these Islands, hav
ing first nrrltcd In Honolulu twenty
one years ago from Liverpool, his for
mer home. Ills father und mother
cnino before ho did, nnd hu rnmo is
peclally to bo near them. They nru
living at Walpahii plantation now.
A number of Hdles In this district
gnlhcrtd at the Wilcox home, Kllolia
in, on Prlday hist, on thu Invitation of
Mrs Albert H. Wilcox, to n pol lunch
con, intended as a "good by o" to Mrs.
II. I' Knyo. ot Kokaha, who hns been
Wsltlug In Llhuc. Tho spacious dining
hall wa di coratod with exqulslto taste
for the occasion, tho color scheme bo
lug a skillful blending of yellow and
icd A most pleasing effect was pro
duced by the artistic massing of hahy
Minflnwcrs, nasturtiums nnd roieop
slif, which fell In a golden shower
from a mi bo of raie design plated In
tho center ot tho dining table. The
guests wero robed In gowns of arled
colors and designs, which lent an add
ed charm to tho handsomely nppnluted
dining hall, After luncheon, a game
of bridge was onjoyed on tho broid
lannl till Into In tho afternoon Tho
following Indies were InUtdd Mrs II
I Kayo, Mrs, J. II. Coney. Mrs, II. L,
Wilcox, Mrs Guy lord 1 Wilcox. Mrs.
J JIdRg, Mrs. A. D. Hills, Mrs. S. W
Wilcox, Mrs. J. M. Lydgato, Mrs W
II, Hlco, Jr, Mrs. A It nice, Mrs Hob
rig. Mjss Wllrox and Miss Julia Qiilnn
and PONGEE for the coming
hot weather. Let us fit you.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 Kitiff St.
SULTAN'S BRIGHT PRISON
SALON'IKA, Ajirll 2S Abdul Hnmld Is a pilsoner In n large house.
WTth him nrc four of his wives, llVo daughters, and two sons. The house
hold Is pi ov tiled for on :i generous scale
CONSTANTLNOI'Li:, Turkey, April 2S -Minister Lclshmnn was tho
MrBt foreign envoy to call on the now' Bttltah.
VASlll.VGTO.V, I) C, April 2S -Mclicihlilcil V has been ofllclnlly
. i i m .
HOLLAND CROWDS AWAIT NEWS
Till! IIAdl'K, April 2S An enormous crowd Is surrounding tho
palace nwalllng iicwh of the birth of nn heir to the throne.
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DICKINSON IS AT PANAMA
COLON', Isthmus of Panama, April 28 Secretary ot War Dickinson
has arrived on his visit of Inspection '
"Booster" Dinner Called
Tho Commercial Club booster"
dinner last evening, at whlih former
Vice I'lesldent Chus U I'nirbanks
was the Rucst-of-honor, was a very
successful affair. The members with
theli guestH tilled the dining-room of
the club full tu overflowing and thu
enthusiasm that Mr Palrhiiikfl
aroused by Ills kindly mid fiequcnlly
Jovial referent es to thu Islands wns
The t luh-rooins weie appropriately
ile. orated for the octnslnu with Hags
nnd tropltal greens, done under tho
dlrettlon ot Ilnrry Mncfnrlane ThQ
guest table, I'owcr-luden, cxtcndLil
iieross the lowir end of the dlntng
hall und nbout It with Mr ralrbanks
and ofllecrs of the club wtre seated
various local officials of the illy, Ter
ritory, nnd business organisations
Vice I'lesldent l'arls presided, In
troducing Geo W Smith as the toast
master of the occasion Mi l'ali
hnnks punctuated his nddres with
good stories and a How of witty ref
erences that kept his nudlcnte In
perftct good-nuturo. One featuie of
Ills remarks was noted on nil sides
Ho Is for McKlnley nnd the McKln
ley Ideals llrst, last, nnd always.
Aside from pointing the fact that
McKlnley brought Hawaii Into the
Union, he reminded his hearers that
the Panama Canal wns made possible
through the lnltlntlve of Win. Mc
Klnley. Not onco wn Roosevelt
mentioned Ho made ,i pleasant rec
ognition ot the message ot welcome
sent him by the club by wireless
while he was yet nt sea, nnd ioiu
p.ired the tiemendous growth of the
commerte of thu touutry with the
fnr-renthlng energy that made the
In the tourse of his remarks Mr.
"I was In favor of tho an
nexation of Hawaii Some ono told
mn tlinf uhlln I tna horn I fclwitllll
'speak It pretty low, hut since I have
come hero I nm willing to let the
whole world know (Applause )
There were tlioso who advocated an
nexation upon the theory of mtlltniy
necessity That was tho dominant
Vco Chan & Co. hnvo Just received
the B. V. D. uuduwonr for uunsrtii of
A well educated young Chinese do
sires a position In an otllco. No objee
Hon to country
A now line of drets goods In all col
ors has Just been received by L Ahoy
oh Nuiihiiu street
Killers nro now prepared to make
buttons to match from thu same ma
terials ns your suits
Stock Just from San rranclnco
Tresh family milch cows, saddle, nnd
driving horses, and a lino lot of poul
try. Club Stablts Tel. 109.
Tho Vienna Bakery, phono 197, Is
delivering baked pork and beans and
Boston brown bread ovory Saturday
Phono your orders In a day nnead,
Wo have a now shipment of photo
gravures, fac similes, and carbon
prints that we would like to show you.
Don't forget to stop In and sco thai:.
There will bo n big special salo of
wash materials at tho N S, SachB Dry
Goods Co, beginning Monday, Muy Jul.
Seo particulars In Saturday und Hun
Have you tried Illiidwlnu? It Is tho
most delicious soft drink over placed
on the local market Ask for It at tho
btnnds or order a caso from tho Arctic
Tho Union niectrle Co, Harrison
Block, does all kinds of wiring and
general ukctrlc work at vory reason
ablo pi Ices Klectrlc funs, lamps, bullB,
Ring up Levy's for grocoiles. All
tho finest Btuplo nnd fancy grocerlos
In stock I'reBh California fruits nnd
vegetnblcs by evtry stoamor King
street, nulit Bethol Phono 7fi
Thu Honolulu Photo Supply i lulu
tho finest and moht complete stock of
mouldings fin picture framing In Ho
nolulu, Only tho best cUish of wink
Is turned out, l'ort Btrcct, near Hytul,
1 i 'Ml
purpose nt that time, but we bullded
better than wo knew Some of us
brought up on the old-fn hloncd g?og
rapliy hlul had an account Ot tho
'Sandwich Islands,' wheiM tho lead
ing ladles of the gtoup were n little
short on apparel, nnd the houses of
the '400' had thatched loofs, but
when I came herd and found Hint
tho vlid president1 of the club vvoro
nppurel llko mlno 1 felt satisfied that
wo had done the right thing. (Laugh
ter.) "Tht Hawaiian Islands nrc not the
Sandwich Islands I had been educat
ed about While they tame under
tho protecting folds of tile American
flag ns n military necessity wo find
that hero nro obsetved by the people
tho best traditions and that they :uu
Imbued with the highest Ideals which
Inspire nnd glorify the people ot thu
"1 do not Indulge In flattery. You
will, I trust, iicqiill mn of that fatt,
for I have been hero long enough to
feel that 1 urn n Hawaiian myself,
and thereforn committed to the
frutH. You cannot ussemhlo nny
wherc else 150 men who will stand
up nnd compare better on nil points
thnn tbove here who do honor to mo
tonight (laughter), if 1 had time
I would npplaud that myself.
"The splendid development of theso
Islnnds I spe.ik of tho lurtfor devel
opment the splendid citizenship of
tho Islands, U (mounted foi upon
rational and satisfactory reasons.
They ale tho descendants of as mag
nificent specimens of Immunity us tho
world hns produced. Their progeni
tors were men and women who weie
Inspired by tho nilsslonnry splilt,
who made their way heiu because of
their love of humanity and their de
votion to the homo nnd reverence for
tho Christian religion.
"Thu pioneer, lu tho final nn.nl) sis,
Ih one of God's men. 1 tome from a
pioneer family myself. (Laughter.)
Hut seriously and honor bright, What
has mada u.i great lias been the pio
neer spirit, the pioneer In comnicrco
nnd missionary fields. Our ancestors
settled upon the Atlantic1 Coast And
their children went on to tho pioneer
settlements until finally they rem lied
the Pacific Coast. Hut If I hnvo un
dcrbtood history aright, tho fact Is
that civilization wns planted hero
long before It was established on tho
"This development hero has been
lemurkable No ono who hns not
tome out here to nee, can believe It
I have been permitted thus far to
visit two Islands, nnd I mive done
them thoroughly There Is1 upon ev
ery hand evidence Hint tho p ist lu
to bo made more resplendent In tho
future. You will moio nnd more
hold out Invitations to those wild
wish to come to make n lesldenco
with you, temporarily or otheivvlse.
"I was shown map ot this west
ern world by u distinguished natlvo
son of Hawaii, which had lines run
ning from tho middle In every direc
tion llko s pokes from n wheel. Ile
put his finger modestly on the map
that wns your Governor IYenr, unit
he l a mighty good Gov ei not ydu
hnvo got (long applause), a man of
discerning Judgment. (Aipluuso )
Tonight when he wns called to cither
listen to the appeals ot members of
tho Legislature or myself, he wisely
chose the former. (Laughter.) He
pointed to this map und said, 'Ha
waii is tho hub of tho western
world.' I said, 'All things ccntci
here,' and' he said, 'No; all things
radiate from here; wo nro tho eioss
roads of tho Pacini1.'
"I" have believed for years, nnd
ono of the objects of my trip through
to the Orient Is to confirm my pro
co'ic'clv'ed opinion, that tho theutor
of fUtuio commercial supremacy is lu
center In the Pacific I hnvo believ
ed that vVa mo not to havo n back
door to the) Pu'clfle nny longer, but
that we aro to fnco to the east and
to fnco to tho west nud welcome all
comers in tho great commercial con
test or tho future."
Mr. Fairbanks was followed by
Cnpt Bees, who oh the closb ap
proach of May Hay, tho nnnlveisnry
of tho baltlo ot Manila Bay, gavo n
brief sketch of that battle that en
thused his hearers.
After tho dinner tho members nd
Journed to tho assembly loom, vvheio
they met Mr. Iilrbauks peisoniilly,
a good number o'f them going fiom
tho club to witness tho closing Inci
dents of tho legislative session
The Industrial Edition of the
Eveninfr Bulletin, wranned
ready for mailing;. 50 cents at B u 1
1 e 1 1 n office,
m j J '' i "rra
IN rOHEIQN PORTS
Thursday, April 20, 1S69
OAVIOI'A Sailed April 2t
Ship Hills of Clyde, for Honolulu
S N KltANCISCO -Sailed April 2'J
i! S. Columbian, for Honolulu.
1III.O Sailed April 27:
Ilk. Aldcn Bcsfc, for Honolulu.
Memo S S. Alesln, reported ns
s'llled from Yokohama for Hono
lulu on Apill 13, will not call heic
MORE SAMPANS FOR
BIG FISHING FLEET
Japanese Fisheries Plan
To Extend Business
Owing to tho defc'.rt of'Coelho'H fish
ing bill, pmhlhltllig the Japanese fish
crmciit Horn firhlug within the tliK-e
mile limit, the Iliwullaii 1 Isln-iles.
Ltd , of which l)r T Mlt.iniurn is pres
ident, will c'st-ibllsh u purm ilipni e-f
lice In the Judd building some time
Thu tjonipany Uni lie. n doing a big
business. It lion ouiih 'I'M ll bin,
sampans, of which eighteen nre goo
lino iinmpuiH There mu now build
ing five mine gasoline samp ms As
soon ns Diet ore completed nil tin
gasoline fishing Himpuns will be used
for dip-set fishing, whl'o tho onllniiy
sninpnun will bo used lu shallow wal
According to Br Mltami.ru, maps of
the Hawaiian waters, showing the har
bors, landing and pints of entry will
bu hung on the wall of tho utile o for
LEE LAU INTERPRETER
Lee Lmi ,i young Chinese of A'tneil
can blitli. was till morning' appointed
by .ludgo Do Bolt Chlncso lutei prefer
uf Bin Clicult Court to sueceel Clung
Kim who was obliged t resign on ac
count of thu law enacted by tho Leg
islature! requiring that nil iniirt olti
cliils must bo American cltl.en.i wher
(Continued From Pecs 1)
out, npp.'iiently, even u thought He
wns sure ho could bu cnnflrfiied IT lit
wcru tiomluatud, but the sutcimul
was iiiiule by soini v bo me supisistil
tu know that hu could not i;el live
votes Onu Hi natiir went so f.u us to
s.iy lb.it I'r.itl s ciiidldiey wn tin
cause uf some membi is swltcliltu over
mid expiesslu.-: tbtli ie.idineH to viie
to coulliiii Cimpliell
Why Pi till should ho bo unpopular
with tho Stiuitu Is nut uppiicut. ex
cept that hu holds the position uf Laud
Commissioner, mid nny man who litis
occupied thnt position Is Ihiuud to
luivu made many friends. It Is con,
monly known tint Pratt always does
ns he Is told by thu Governor and thai
tho uctH which have displeased some
people vvoio not from his own liiltl.i
live, but Ibis does nut seem to havo
been u mitigating clitiimstnute hi fur
ns the Senatu Is concerned,
Tho oihoe forcu of tho 'Iieiiiiny do
pirtlnent has been liistnicluil to cm
tinuu lu otllco for tho ptoscut, but, tho
Governor nelng out of town today no
lody appears to know wlnt ho Is go
lug to do In tho mutter of n Tie (suivi
THE PARK THEATRE.
Tl.n Melnottu sisters nro still draw
ing big houses nnd tho films mu ex
ceptionally good Change or piogiiiut
Tho c.iso ngalnst l.uiu Gog v ho
was on tho calendar as a van, wim
stricken by .ludgo Audiudu this i.ioro
lug In thu Pollco Court.
Ha Chun, who wns chained v. It'i Pi
Jurlug u Japanese wsihlnu by tdihcliig
her with a saw, was defended by C P
Chllllngvvorth, and after tho evidence
had been heard ludgo Andiado dis
charged thu licensed.
Thu Unlvorslty Club and Port Shaf.
ter liiscliill teams will piobibl dny
it match on the I'miahou di.imoml cm
Saturday nfteiiiooii. This should bo
n very lutcictdlng game nnd tho voter
hub will hnvo to play up to bu.it lift
"Look hoie, young man," tald tho
old millionaire, "don't you think It's
nbout time you began hustling for
yomsclf?" "I'm nfinld I can't, fath
er," lejolned tho tmii "You Bee-, I
havon't thu ndvuntnges you had when
you wero young" "Why, sli, what
do you ine.iii'" queried the old man
"Your fathei was pool, you know,"
was tho icply.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
BULLETIN Ans PAY
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cycie
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kim 5t- opjvsj1 South Si
Wednesday, April 2S.
V S L. H T. Kukul, .lobbon, fiom
Hleelc, 6 p, m.
Thursday, April 29.
Stmr, Chudlne, Bennett, fiom Ha
waii nnd Maul, 5:11 n m.
Wednesday, April 2S.
Stmr. KiS An Hon, Sachs, for Ku
tuil, 1 .10 p m.
A -II S. S. Mlssoiirlnn, Lyons, for
Uncle, 0:110 p. m.
S S Alesln, fiom tho Orient.
O S. S Alameda, Dovvdell, fiom
Sim I'rnnclsio, n, m.
Stmr Clnudlnc, Dennett, for Mnul
nnd Hawaii G p m
Stmr Manna Lot. Slmcrsoii, fur
Mnul and Hawaii, 12 m
i, pas8enger3 arrived .,
.;. - j.
Per stmr. Clnudlnc, from Hawaii anil
Mn'il. April 29 H Oorm ill O H IV r
gerson, Jns Mooie. Miss Hnicry, Mrs.
ll Williams M T Lyons, W. C Mooie.
W C Holllnsciul, Mrs L. Nash nnd
child, Yokotn, T SumliH, C A Brims,
Cnpt. Hriulley, M. 1-uiuhlmahu, Itev. .1.
i: KuklpK. Miss K f'citiivvcll. W C.
Peterson, J. 1) McVeigh, M. Tanaku.
Per stmr. Mnunu Loi Slmemon, for
Maul nnd Hnvvnll. April SO, 12 m
Chang Kim, Geo. Mlllls, M. A (Inn
h ilver. If II Hnniknhl, wife nnd "
ehlllieii, i: Burnlngbnm, 11. L. Hob
stein. C. W Afdirord, .1 T Hck-irdt.
Mh,H M dimming, Geo Pnuulnt, Miss
M Pnuulnl, II. I. Kawewchl nnd wjfo
Pi i Mini Clan lino, for Mnul nnd lla
will pill.1il T, ii m .Mrs P T Peck,
Miss H I.) oil, Mm Bcggs, Hon It N'u
wulilne mid wife, ,li hn Kalltio, A. V.
Peters, W II Beers. K. B Cnrley, W.
Kinney. It A Keams, II. K. Chlng,
Say Kim Lan.
j WATERFRONT NOTES "f
' T1IH UNITHD STATHS llghtlmiisu
ten lor Kukul. In charge of Captain
Jnbfon nud Lieutenant Houstuu llgbt
hoiice Impictor fur HiIb district, io
turned List night Trum Kauai wltli ex
Vlee PrchliUnl ralrbanks nnd hlu fajn
lly na guests. Although sho was Into
In leiivlntr Knit.il fitter Ptiiiliuim-
Claik, who wanted to see Ml I'ulr-
inni.8 picscnt nt tiiu dinner given last
night In thu Commercial Clhb, forieil
Ills craft llbe.id will, full ui..,l tn-rlv.
lug at her berth nt ti o'clock.
Till: CLAITDINi:. wl,th utilved thlrt
noriiliitr fiom Hlln .nut Mnul u
will leuvu lor her icgiibr jsirlH of call
in i ii i mi i, tomorrow unci noon Sho
will c ill nt Kaupo, Mnul, this trli
Allllllltf till ll.1Uhf.llirf.ru lllw. III I
ill hei, will bu Hon. .1. K. Knwaiko i
TUB CLAliniX'ty nrrttinn- f,. ll.
wall mil Maul this morning, brought
ih corns v ooiis, 3j sacks barley, 399
sacks Hour, 2un sacks sugar. US e.ise.i
nlnesiinles 1 III nhinlv Imiitf.a r.i ,. ,, i.
nseh eniitv bottlea. 31 hugs, l'lot scrap
iron, isi puc-Kagen tuiudites.
Till! MAITNA l.OA uliifi, ,,r.i.n.i
fiom Kau Kon.i poits last Tiiusday
morning, win sail tumoriow at noon A
largo number of tho mcmhcis of thu
LoMslituru havo already bonked to
leave In her.
Till: I.IKBI.lKi:. which arrived yes
teiduy nftetuoon fiom Hawaii, will
leavo again tomorrow for tho same Ih
iuud Sho Is loading freight today.
Till: STHAMHR Nllliiiu silled todav
foi llonokiia. Hawaii, Hiking u consld
eiablo load of gtnur.il cargo for the
1 ununi in ii .f- ..H '1"
v Tliurt.il.iy, Apill 2.
April 20, iflOIi.
Temperatures fi n. in., C.U; 8 n.
in., 77, 1(1 a in., 78; noon, "!; morn
ing minimum, CD,
Baiomclei, S n. m .tO.nr,; nbio
luto humidity, S u tu , (18711 gi.ilns
por cubic foot; relative humidity, K
n. m, oil pci cent.; dew point, b u.
Wind fi n. m, velocity .1, direc
tion N, 8 n m, velocity L', dlieetliin
N: 10 u m, velocity r,, dltectlou M
Hi nonu, velocity 12, direction Nil
ltulnfall ilutlng 21 hours ended
8 a m , ,00 Inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended nt noon. Id miles.
Wlf, D. BTOCJttllAN,
8cHon Mrftctor, Tr'txithtir Kuiouk.
I n ,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered "for Record April 28, 100D,
xrom ujiau a m. to 4:."iO p m
N.thuullllll Telxclrn und hsli to
.lames 1) Melnoiny n
Jatlntlio Costn and w r to Allco
Entered for Record April 29, 1008,
xrom o;iu u. . to lU;ao a. m.
J IT Smith to Geo N Diy . .. .7,
Bluff Pnln to Lulhei Scvetante. .P.V
Mury C I'uhr to L Seveiauio ...PA
Mniy C Iiihi and hub by utty to
John ritguhild )
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