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kvrnino nmx.KTiN, noNot.UM'.T ii Wednesday, may b. iood
e Gi eat
Shirtwaists in Lawn, Mull, Silk Net, ttc.
The juices on the silk nml net waists are cut exactly in two.
didn't use a hammer to pound them down, but n knife to cut them in
$ .03 Wnists
Sale Pru S
Shirtwaist pa turns, formerly
Wc . '11 continue the offerings of
fnithci rmluc'inns in price.
$3 CO Porticics
4 CO Portiere"!
4 "0 Poivr
r sn For'rivs .
7 73 Pirtieres
We will be glad to see
to pay for it.
Pacific First Decjres.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
nose Crols. Rrju'ar.
Perfection Fourth and Fifth
All visiting members ot the
uidei are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
BAIUUW i LOliUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evet) Aioudny evening
7:30 In 1. O 0 !' Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. IIENDflY, Secretary.
r. d widen. N. a.
Air visiting brothers very cordially J
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K. of P.
Meets ever) firn nod third Fri
day ceulus at 7:30 In K. of I. Hall,
corner loit and lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordlall) Imllei! to attend,
r. it. ntgent. c. c.
It. COSI.IXfi, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Iloi'.nlulu Lodgo No. 010, 11. 1. O.
Elks, meets lu thulr hall, on Kins
Slreot, neur Fort, cciy Friday euu
lug. VlH.t Ihk HiotherH uru usrdlull)
Invited In attend.
i:. A. DOUT111TT. II. It.
II. C. EASTON, Suc'y.
Wb. M'KIIILEY LODGE No.8, K.0IP.
Jl.-itb every 2nd and 1th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
Hall. cor. Tort urn." llcictanln. V1U
lUt, blethers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. m. Muonnw, 0. 0.
E. A. JACOI1SEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
MetiU on thp 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY even.ngs of each month at
7.30 o'clock lu K. of V. Hall, corner
Perctanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to it
tend. W. II MrCOY. W., Prest.
II. T. MOOI'.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. O. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pjthlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
Oi:0. SANDEItSO.V, Sachem.
n. v. tow), 0. of it.
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
You Can Save ht of
Time A Lot of Worrj.
Wo Can Sell You One
That Carries A Guarantee.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
J 13 HOTEL ST.
I ism &
Sale Is In
52 25 Waists
. Sale Price
$1.50 and $1.75, now going ai 50 tents.
these serviceable draperies
you any time? you are
We have a fine new
lot of them just in.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOTJNO H0TE1
B 0 0 K S
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
None better ever made than
you get at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION
HENRY MAY & CO.. LTD.,
Fort St. Phone 22.
When ycu (jet them here,
you know tliat they are of the
finest duality, and in the best
Hawaiian News Co.,
185 editorial rooms 250 bu'
ness office. Thtta are the telenhnna
numbers of the Bulletin office.
$ .65 Pair Corsets
1.00 Pair Corsets ....
1.50 Pair Corsets
2.25 Piar Corsets
13,00 Pair Corsets..,
Chapman Cotton 12 yds. l.uu
Big Injun Cotton 12 yds. 1.00
Forest Mills Cotton. ..,.12 yds. 1.00
Lonsdale Sheeting .... 0ds. 1.00
to ge what you
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone P
AI. Thurlow of tho Uoyal Annex
sen en the finest meals In tov.
i; you are looking for any of your
frlcnd3 go to tho "Two Jacks' and,
jou'll find tbom,
Kim Tali Ho, a Korean drunk, was
fined four lollar by Judgo Andrado
The cases against the four Chinese
who nro accused of selling opium with-'
out a license wero continued this morn
lug till May 14.
Antnne Soares 'was up before Judge
Andrado this morning fur hitting the
booze. The Judgo fined Antimc four
dollars for tho offense.
Thu arrangement for the Ilnpld
Transit carmen's dance aro now com
ldulv, and a big crowd Is expected to
turn out to the affair 011 Saturday
Hotline, tho moving picture expert,
was out again ycHtcrday on his stagtt
which ho has erected a few hunilrod
feet out In tho water. Ho got somu
good films of tho sun Irinr I riders. '
rresldeut Mott-Kuillli or tho Uonrd
of Health Hxmt ilw morning going
over Insane Ak linn matters with a
view to finding out what changes are
necessitated by tho new Lunacy Com
mission Law. '
The officers of the Catiadlan-Ausv
trallati liner Aorangl expected that the
Alakurn would mako a fast passage
fiom this pott In order to arrive In
time to take n scclal excursion from
Vancouver to Seattle.
Paul Super, general secretary of tho
Y M. C A., was among thu outgoing
passengers In tho Alameda this morn
ing. He will look over plans for the
new J150.000 bunding to 1m erected
hero In the future. During Ms nhsencc
Dr. Hand will tako his place.
WHO WILL PAY?
(Continued from Pace 0
ho was supported by Representatives
from some of the outside districts,
who madu the claim that Honolulu
would W the 'greatest gainer through
the work of the 'Promotion Commit
tee. A Supervisor, who hhs been look
ing Into the thing carefully, ex
pressed the belief this morning that,
even wero there money available, hi1
did not believe thht'lt could be taken
lawfully for promotion work. Hut
ho was extremely skeptical run
Corning tho ability of the Hoard to
.Bparo'the nfoney, were thero no legal
Wlu-tlier the 'Chamber of Com
merce 'can be called upon for any
more money Is considered extremely
doubtful. Tho $.100 a month which
tho Shippers' Wharf Association
turns over to the Chamber Is, In
turn, handed to the Promotion Com
mittee, In addition to other assist
ance that tho Chamber renders.
It has been suggested 'that tho
business men of this city wish to
have a little closer tab on the nc(lms
jof the Cnmmltteo than thoy would
hnvo were an appropriation mado by
I the Legislature on behalf of tho en
tire Territory. On the other hand,
It Is pointed out that, wlicfens tho
Legislature has heretofore furnished
have put up some $20,000.
I There Is no difference 'of opinion
concerning the value of the work
accomplished 'by tho Promotion Com
mittee, and the question seViiirs to l)o
In regard to tho means tojie adOptod
In raising the extra money, and not
whether It shall bo raised Qr no,
for Summer Suits. We have a splen
did lot of cloth. Lit us make you 'a
W. W. Ahana Co.,
'rJ2 Kirig'St Hon 621.
It costs money to record promises
(business, quoting prices of-somc of
'Strikes yourfancy; read Carefully:
Corsets, Thompson's Glove Fitting and
The most comfortable ever 'Worn and'the only make
Guarantee propsr setting of a gown.
Note special prices for this Clearance Sale.
12 yds. $1.00 Lonsdale Cambric
12 yds. 1.00
Indian Head 33 in.
to looking for at less than you .expected Rl
A goeit bookkeeper Is wanted 'for n
good Msiiiim Hcit Want Column.
A Sin 1 iff Halo notice ro L. All U'oug
vs. S. Iihliiint Is published In this is
sue. Thu annual meeting Of stockholilers
of E. O Hall & Son, Lid., will be held
on Thuixilay, May llllli, luu'j, at 9
o'clock 11 111.
-Even the nlr that cools Prlnio Ileer
Is filter, il it Is stored lu hlr-llglil glass
tanks nil ready for bottling; mid thu
public Is given the purest nml must
healthful beer browed.
Ilcgln saving a small pari of your
spendliiK money; begin today. Start
a savliiKs account with this liank. and
ypu will he well started 011 the mad to
success Tho Hank of Ilnwuil, Ltd.
If thiwe who have recclteil frc'o nam
plea .of KorregrnwUi" will glvo It a
fair trial they will find that it Is thu'
finest fertilizer In tho world for Ho-,
noiulii soil. Sold by H. O. Hall At I
Son, Ltd 1
''Those who have used it And that
Centennial's Host Klour requires more
kneedlng, takes more water, and goes
father than any other Hour. It's tho
best of nil. Henry May &. Co., Ltd.
Ill addition to carriage and nuto re
pairing, w do expert horso shoeing
We hnvo had long experience, do good
work, and mako reasonable rhaigcs.
V. W. Wright & Co, Ltd., King street
Kor sale: New bungalow In Manoa
valley; two bedrooms. Price, $1700.
New r-rooru cottago with 01111 acre of
land on Kallhl stream, ir0i). Kor rent
furnished cottage at Walkikl nml at
the Pelilnsulu. "Watcrlinuso Trust."
PimSEtl CIIANKY rejiortH the fol
lowing sugar 011 Kuual read for shli
ment: K. S. M.. 3C00; K. K. II., 757;
O. & It.. 400; McK.. 21.G05; Mcll.. 28.
13; K. P.. 10,983; P., 7U4; II. M., 17.
CM; O. !'., 9945; M. 8. Co., 24.000; K.
S. Co., 12500
THE STEAMKIl W. O. Hull, nrrlvliig
from Kauai this morning brought DDOO
hags siigur, 25 head cattle, 70 hags
rice, 40 hags taro.MC empty wlno bar
rels, '30 empty beer barrels, C3 bundles
hides, !2 packages sundries.
THE STEAMEItS Klnaii nml Mlkn
Imln loft for their respective ports
yesterday afteiiiiMin, sulllng at o
O'clock, The former went to Knual,
while tho latter went to Molokal, Maui
THE KOItBA. carrying 11 full load of
sugar for tho Stales, sailed yesterday
aftei-noon from tho Hnckfold wharf.
Her Vasseng6ra wero tereuuded by thu
THE.IBI.ENi: will leave at noon to
morrow for Paauhau, lluwitll.
HHS im HIS JOB
I'lumblng Inspector VanlitiftfeVi, "one
of Iho chief employees of tho Hoard of
Health, has been legislated out of ex
istence. The vork nOw dorto by him
was turned over by net of thp Legis
lature to tho Counties nml tho offleu
of Plumbing Inspector ceuses to exist.
Presldont Mott-Smth of tho Hoard
of ile'aftii stated this horning that Mr.
Vuiiliulsen will remain with the Hoard
long.enough to break In his successor,
J. J, Mlc'hlsteln, who has been appoint
ed by Mayor Kern, Mr. Vanhulsen will
clean tip IiIb business before turning
over Ills ofllco, and will cooperalo with
tho Honolulu appointee for the present.
- '' m
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
8 yds. $1.00
10 yds. 1.00
0 yds. 1.00
10 yds. 1.00
10 yds. 1.00
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, May 3.
YOKOHAMA AirlU'd May 2
H. S. Chho Muni. Iienee A pill 22
SAN KHANCISCO-Arrlveil Ala) 3.
S. S. Teii)o Muru, a 11. m , hence
POUT ALLEN, Kaual-Salled May 2
S. H. AlisMiiirlan, for Kiihulul.
1IONOIPU Hailed Aluy 1:
Hchr. Defender, for San lriiiiclsrn.
Saturday, May 1.
SAN KHANCISCO-Sallcd .May 1.
S. B. Enterprise, fur tlllo.
TACOAI A Sailed Aluy 1:
Sehr. Ilalboa, for Honolulu
Friday, April 30.
NEWCASTU: Sailed April 29:
llr. S. S. Lord Derby, for Ho.iolulu.
SEATTLE-Salled April 29:
S. H. Pleiades, fur Honolulu.
BEATTLK-Suled April 30:
S. S. Hyades, for Honolulu.
NAOABAK1 Sailed Apiil 2(i:
U. S. T. Dlx, fur Honolulu.
KAIIULU1 Arrived Apr. 23:
Sehr. Prosper, from Tiieoma.
Thursday, April 29, 1009
OAVIOTA- Sailed April 25:
Ship Fulls of Cl)de, for Honolulu.
SAN I'ltANCISCO Sailed April 29:
S. S. Columbian, for Honolulu.
IIILO Bnlled April 27:
Ilk. Alden Ile,u, for Honolulu.
Memo.- -S. 8. Alesla, reported ns
sailed from Yokohama for Hono
lulu on April III, will tint call here.
Tuesday, April 27.
TACO.MA Sailed. April 20.
Sehr. 11. It, Hind, for Honolulu
Wednesday, April 23.
SAUNA CltUZ Arrived April 21
S. S. Virginian, f 10111 Hlhi, April 10.
8ALINA CltUZ Sailed April 2f:
S. 8. Texan, for San F.t.iiclscn.
POUT (1AAIIII.E Arrl.ed April V,:
Sehr. Uamble, frolu Ililo.
SAN KHANCISCO Anlveil '.pill 28.
8. S lllluulaii, hence April 20.
KAIIIJI.UI Sailed April 27-
S. 8. Litrllne, for Hllo
Monday, April 20, 1009.
VICTOHIA April 25:
S. 8. Aorangl 1 chimed with main
feed plpu cracked.
VICTOHIA Sailed April 2ti:
8. 8. Aorangl for Honolulu; ex
pects to arrive heiu 11 ml sail on
SAN I'llANClSCO Arrived Apr. 20:
.lap. er Aen, lieuco l.i Ililo Apr. I II
Jap. cr. Sayo, hence via Ililo Apr. 10
YOKOHAMA Arrived April 2fi;
8. S. Manchuria, hence April 15.
KMIULUI Sailed April 24:
Ilk. Fooling Ruey for New York.
Saturday, April 24.
SAN FUANCISCO-Salled April 23;
Ilk. Andrew Welch for Honolulu.
HAN FHANCISCO Sailed April 21:
S. 8. Alameda, 11 11. 111., fur lloflo
S. S. Asia. 2 p, m., for Honolulu,
SAN FHANClSCO-AliUed Apill 23:
Sehr. M. E. Foster, bunco April 1.
Ilk. Annlo Johnson, from Hllo.
COLUMBIA HIVEn Bulled April 23:
Sehr. It. W. Bartlett, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 21:
8. 8. Koi.cn, for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrived Apill 24:
Sp. Falls of Clyde, hence Alar. 24.
POUT TOWNSE.VH-Arrlved Apr. 24:
Kktnn Kllkltnt, hence April G,
VICTOHIA Sailed Apr. 21.
S. 8. Auran::l, lor Honolulu.
MA'lll'KONA S-illed April 21:
Ilktne. Hawaii, for Sun Francisco. ,
HONOIPU Arrived April 24: 1
Sehr. Defender, from San Fiuuclsco.
IIILO Slillod Apill 23: .
H. S. .Mexican, for Hnllim Cruz.
Friday, April 23, 1S09.
SAN FHANqiSCO Arrived April 23.
8, 8. .Mongolia, 1 p. m hence April
S. B, Enterprise, from Ililo.
Thursday, April 22.
BAN FHANCISCO Arrived Apill 21:
8. S, Columbian, from Sullim Cruz
BAN FHANCISCO Sailed Apill 21:
B, 8. HyadeB, for Sound.
Wednesday. April 21. 1909.
SAN FHANCISCO Hailed Apr. 20.
8. 8. Pleiades, for Seqttle.
KAIIULUI Sailed Apr. 19.
8. 8. Mexican, for Hllo.
185 Itorlsl rooms 250 but.
"? cf,, Tn'i r the tslephon
rufnbert of the Bulletin office.
with printer'3 inX so we'll omit them here and get to
the lines. In the list you may find something that
Boys' Wash Suits, Hydegrade Regatta Suits
30c yd. 00x00
30c yd. 81x90
25c yd. 72x90
22iac yd. 03x90
20o yd. 01x90
Pillow Cases, $2.05 dos
Pillow Cases, $2.75 doz
()M thg BARGAIN MAKFR
ALAMEDA NOT FILLED
The steamship Alameda hit pou
Ibis morning for S.111 I'r.inclsc 1 with 11
good cli'd pnssungor list, but with
three staterooms empty and fifteen
etupl) berths In I lit- sulooii.
This fuel leillles the Muleluent thai
Iheie tteie no iieeominoihilloiis fu.
people ceeklng lo gel away lo Ihe
Coast. The Koiea, thai lefl )esterda
afleinoou, took forly-ii'M'M p'tuicp
gers from this pint, wmi" of Hiem he
lug return p'lsseugeiK who would h.ne
t.iki 11 pasfuge on Hie Al.iuiodu had
lliev not been trawling nn leturn lick
ids. Finnclrco Franlc, a Pnrlo Hleiin, wan
glen n suspended henleiieo of thirteen
mouths this morning for m.sau.t ami
hat lei y.
NEW - TCDAV
HIQH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and lo Vlilue ot 11 leitalil
Will of Exe.'iillon, Ib.,ihmi 0111 of Hie
Distrkt Courl of Honolulu,, fit) and
Count) of Honolulu, 'lenlloiy of
Hawaii, on the 21st day 01 April.
I !')!, In tne iiiall'er of L. Ah Leung,
pliilutliT, against S. (lehliilul
spoiideul, I did, on the 2lsl day oT
April, 1909, make 11 demand 011 n-
sp lent S. lli'lilHinl, at Honolulu,
Cily and Count) uf II0110I11I11. Tenl
toiy of Hawaii ufoiesald, for p.i)
ineiit of said Execution, and buld S.
Ucliliiiul I111 vim; fulled In iiuuply
with such deiiiauil, either lu whole or
lu p.Ht. I did, 011 Ihe said 21st day
of April, A. II. 1909, lev) upon and
shall offer for sale and tell at Public
Auction, lo Ihe highest bidder, ul Ihu
City Am Hon Itooms, In Honolulu,
City mid County of Honolulu, Teirl
tory of Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon
or Saturday, June 5lh, A. I). 1909, nil
Ihe light, tide and lnlcicM of s-ild 8.
Ucliliiiul In ami to 10 much of thu
perKiual piopcrty heieinufler de
scribed us may ho necessary to satis
fy the said Execution unlesi the
sum of One hundred and Thirteen
and 95-1 (ill ($113.95) Dollars, that,
being the amount for which said
Kxu.-iitloii Issued, together wills In
tints!, costs mid in) fee and expenses
uie previously paid.
PltOPEItTY TO HE SOLD.
All thu right, title mid Ititou-st of
na lil S. Uchluml In anil to thu follow
ing descilhed pelMiniil piopcrty:
1 lounter or table; 1 Ice chest; 2
show cases; 2 chillis; ( bxs tout
toothpicks; 31 lamp chliniie)s; 12
pkgs. Jap. ten; 2 hxs clg. papurs; lo
tea kettlus (lln); 3 tin containers;
1 box opener; 5 pl.gs candles; bxs
mosipilto wick; I! Mill bxs candy; 1
bx toot h powder, ink stand mid puii
rlls; 5 snitill baskets mid toys; I small
look, glasbes; 1 sm! scalu; 1 Igo
sealo; lot book,s, tahluts, slates mid
receipts; 1-4 lib soyo; S mill lulu
spot in oil, 1 bx Jap. cups, saucers,
etc.; lot sm! lumps and chimneys:
lot Moor blushes; 14 mill bgs t salt;
1 hx Jap wood spoons; 14 mill knife
stones; 3 hand baskets; fi tins can
snlmuii; I tin laid; lot Jap food; lot
shoe Ink; 7 hxs hall blue; 12 glass
Jura; I clay Jar; 1 bx spoons; I bx
.lap chop sticks; 1 Igo clock; 31 pro
Jnp sllppeis; 7 tins hiihy powder; lot
houp; 2 pes Jnp cloth; 1 bx slum
lace: 23 men's neckties: I ms men's
lilK socks; 9 pis Jap socks; 4 men's
suspeiideis; 8 hiiudkeiclilurs; 1 baby
nil); soils wool, tlueail; I Allien
can Hug: I .lap. Hag; li ills Inlr In
line; 3 pis I in braces; 35 mill tins
Jap powder, eto.
Dated May 5th, A. I). 1909. at Houo
lulu, City mid County of Honolulu.
High SheiilT Territory uf Hawaii.
403 May 5-22-Juno 4,
Suits ... . 2.50
Sheets ... .Sale Price 80c
Sheets . . Sale Price 75o
Sheets Sale Price 70c
Sheets . . . .Sale Price 05c
Hemstitched Sale Trice 85o
Sale Price $2.00 doz.
Sale Price 2.10 doz.
V( diiesda) Alav 5.
Sluir W. (1.
Knual, n in.
Hall, Thompson, from
Tuesdii) , May 4
Slim . Noenu, I'lltz. lor Kuual, 5.20
litinr. Kin. in, (liegoiy, for Kaii.il, 5
Html. Mlkiihul.i. Peder.ui. ror Abu
klul and Kauai pons, 5 p in.
P. M. 8. 8. Koiea, Saudbeig. ror Hull
Wednesday. Alay 5.
8. S. Alameda, for Han Francisco, III
II. H A. T. Logan, fioui Alunlla, I
Per stmr. W. (1 Hall. Thompson,
from Kauai, Aluy l.-AI l-oienz. W.
Wcst.nl, F. Iliiieh. .Mntsud'i. (I lnou)e,
lte. .In. Id, Itev. TlluoUo mid 31 deck.
Per K. S. Alaiiu'd-i, lluwdell. for Sa
FriiuelM'ii. May 5. .1. Ahadle. A. II
Anlhiill), W. A. Ilalley, C. Unas. C. A.
Iliiiiii, Mr. Unas, IC. ('. Caie). Alls.
L. O. C.issldy, A. 1.. CliuuiHd. Lloyd
Chll.ls, Capl. P. A. CiiIIIiiii. .Mrs. Col
lins. AI. I. Dow, AIlss (1. Downing. W.
I". Enlug. C. E. rergusen. .Mis, Fcr
Kil'en, W. H. I'm) lie. Alls A. L. Fred
ilekson, AIlss E. A. I'leney, Mis. P
(lli.i:,on, I'. It. (lieeliuell .1. .1 (Irlff.m.
It. (luesiefeldt. F. E. Hale), Ml.-, K
lluiiisou, John Hind, Alts. Illud. Ml ti
llluil, E. II. Hitchcock, Airs. Hitch
cock, II. Honlg, Airs. Iloulg mid Infant.
H. II. Iliird. Airs. Ilonl. Miss (I. Hold.
L. 11. Hughes, It. I. Hughes, AIlss J.
Johnson, Mis. 11. Johnston anil 3 chll
dun. N. Jacob. .Mis. Jacob, J. L. Kel
ley, Clins. King, (). I). I.arnacli. Mr i.
AI. l.oulsMiii, Mrs. A. L. Lotted, II tl.
Mldilledllih. Alls. Dr. MiCowan, 8. AI
llnlloii, Airs. Ilulloii, W. W. Ilruner, A.
(iaitle).'.Mr. AleKeuiliu, T Willi, Dr. ('.
II. Wood, AIlss AleConnn, Alts. AleKeii
dm, Airs. W. Newland, Airs. L. Niks.
nan. (I. AI. Peiuoek Mrs. J. W. Hob
sou, AIlss It. llohsoii, I. Ittibluslelu,
Alls Ituhliisleln, Chong .Ink Shun, Minn
Sehclnhaiiser, Win Srlileher, S. ('.
Hchultr, J. Scot I. J. L. Senior, W. (I.
Shelll, Mrs. J. C. Hlullli, Allsn Smllh,
Mis. A. L. Stable, Paul Super. II. ().
Williams, A. E. Wllshlre, Alls. Wil
klilie. Airs. F. AI. Swanz).
Per I'. AI. 8. S. K a, for San Fuill-
Cisco, May 4. Alls. tl. 8. linker uii'l
son, Alls. Oeo, T. Cook, Airs, (1. E.
Uilgliaiu. Aliss llilghaiu. Airs. (1. S.
I Johnson and sou. X. Wheeler, F L.
Wiitlibiirn and wife. Airs, J. U. Mcjoil
Airs. C. C. ltiibeilsou, Wulli'r Haclm
mid wife, V, Nowhaus. A J. Holllng,
E Pollux Cail Hhllg, Alias Julia v.
Emery, Mrs. (!. A Coiiant. .Mrs. A.
Dletze, E. I). (lilorMi.i, L. I). Ktrkp il
licit mid svlfe. A. S. D.ilhuy and wife.
Ileiuy (Icnnett. Wallace Everson nml
wife. E. L. Dow, AI. llr.is.Ui mid wlf...
.Mrs, Ashe, AIlss E. Header, Allsa llci
onlco. (leo. II. Ilr.igg. Mia. Wheeler.
Mr. Schwniti and funilly, Dr. Kent,
AlarBton Ciimpbull, A. Jaeger, S. HI
Dowtelt, II. F. Wlrhmaii, Alls-a Kong.
THE STEAMEItS l.lkelll.e and Maul
weie scheduled to leave this morning.
nn- uie island of Hawaii. The foimr.-
went to Honokua and the l.ilier l-i
THE CI.AIM1INE Is due to arrive lo-
moiiisw luo-nliig fiom Hllo mid Maul
Sea Wrous, lOO
18-foot Motor Launch udtl. d.n .
I n .11 . -..
Motor. $175, Complete. i
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. B0AI I
AND MACHINE WOItTTS
Kiojj St opp"j South St.
Ir ' .