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KVnNISO nUlW.TIN, HONOLULU. T It . TIIUHRn.W. MAV fl. 1000.
Pacific First Denree.
Honolulu Chptr Royal Arch.
ItOJO Croix Regular.
Perfection rourth and Filth
NA'I L'UI IAV
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
iittenil meetings of local lodges
UAitJiOriY LODUE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every hominy evening M
7:30 lu 1 0 O V Hall, Tort Street.
i:. 11. lli:M)llY, Secretary.
r. i) wicke. M. a.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE. Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets evtry first nnd third Frl
iny evening at 7.30 In K. ol r. Hull,
corner Fort und Ileretanla. Visiting
DrotllCM cordtuily Invitee' to attend.
1 It NUGENT, C. O.
11. GOSLING. K. it S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
W-olulu Lodge No. GIG, II. I. O.
Elks, meets in licit hull, on King
Street, near I'oit, ocry 1'rld.iy even
lug. VlsltlnR lit othcra nre cordlJll)
invited ti) attend.
i:. A. IKH'TlltTT. i:. 11.
ii. c i:.sroN, soc'y.
(Vm, M'KLNLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Mrats every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
wetting at 7.30 o'clock In K. of t'.
Hall, cor. Tort unc' Iicretunla. VUU
toZ brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. r. M. McCIiEW, C r.
K. A JACOHSEX, K. It. S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. I
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WKLi
KHSOAV evenings of each month a
7:10 o'clock lu K. of P. llnll, come.
Derctnnln and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
V. XI Mi COY. V , Prest.
II. T. MOOPE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Mo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of inch month at Knights of
Pythias Hnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially Imited to uttond."
OEO SNI)EIlSON. Sachem.
E. V TODD. C of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave yonr order for a box
'cf Ichnhardt's Candy, Fresh
(J Comer King and Fort Street.
HCauCnTcrST r- . - r Tft
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
You Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
We Can Sell You One
That Carries A Guarantee,
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST.
VEGETABLE and FLOWER
HIE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
Te1n.il. nno .130,
Will Sec That There Are No Rati
or Cockroaches In Her Home'.
Kothlix Is more dlwojraf Ins to tne careful
iiotMckrr t than to liava rata, enckroactits or
other vermin lu her home, cipeclallr when the
Anr aanoisoeo of thlt kind It eotlretr need
l"M It iln will rem box ol Btearnt'Klcctrlc Kl
anilltoachrAvic. which will drlre rata and mice
out of tlio bouao to die and rid the home of the
cockroach iit la a tingle night.
When tou bo to the store for an exterminator
for rata nr cockroaches, do not take anrlhroc
hut Stoarna' Eleclrlo I'oste. It It tho onlr one
that la aold under a guarantee to refund the
tnonrr tf not attlsfietcrr. It It ready for use
and doe t not hare to ho mixed with other things,
and at It It In patte form. It cannot Mow on the
loud Uko the tniwdcra aometltnes used.
Ste irna' Klectrle Paste It aol J etenwhere. ti
sent tjpritt jtrryai-l on receli t of prtoo. I ox.
bolt, IB ox box II 00.
Stearns' Electrlo Taste Co . Chicago, IIL
We have a fine new
lot of them just in.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
GEARY -STREET ABOVE UN1DH SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.E0 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
A new down loirn hotel. Steel and
brick structure. Furnished at i cost of
$150,000. Eterj comfort and contenl
ence. On car lines transferring to all
parts ol cltj. Omnibus meets ill train
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
None better ever made than
you get at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION
When you get them here,
you know that they are of the
finest duality, and in the best
Hawaiian News Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The B u 1 1 e t i n is selling a school
scratch-pad of 200 sheets for 6 cents ;
six for a quarter.
Ten good nutci hacks. Phono C
Al Tliurlow of tlio (loyal Annex
serve tho finest meats In tow"
Dr t Ognwn of Maul Ik In town,
having arrived this morning In the
J V Colhiirn was among the arrivals
ilils morning from Maul In the steam
It you are looking tor any of your
trlonds go to tho "Two Jacks" and
)ou'll nnd tberu.
Talto ypur carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg, Co., foi
inter-lslanu and O. It, & J, shipping
looks for sale al the Bulletin
office, SO each.
Illslioii llcstarlck. who has boon ls
King In l.ahnlna, Maul, returned this
morning in the Claudlnc
If ou want your hat cleaned rlkht
send It to the Expert Hat Cleanets,
Kurt street, opposite Club Stables,
The nnnual reunion of tho St. Louts
Collego Alumni will bo held In tho
collogu dining room nt 7.30 p. m.,
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
let in office
lllom Is making money for his pat
rons every time he makes a sale. The
present cleurance utile Is the greatest
In his history.
Oxer a thousand shares of Ewa have
chauged hands In the last few days
at (28 no. A part of the realizations
went Into Walalua nt (93.
Kojl Murakami, editor of the Asaka
Malnlchl Shlmbun of Osaka, Japan, Is
a through passenger lu I lie Aineilca
Mam, which arrled today from the
Mrs. Kearns has fresh jams, jellies
ami mango chutney. A cobo of Ha
waiian preserves makes a nice pres
ent. Give the order, and alio will do
A new line of Princess gowns, Jump
er suits and shirtwaists Just received
liy Miss Woodard on Kort street next
to Conent. The very latest designs
Klpl, a gentleman of leisure, has
been provided for amply by tho Gov
ernment, and will for tho next threo
months enjoy tho rest cure nt the
Attorney A, (I Correa nrr'ved from
Maul today He l I stay hero for
some time, returning to hi homo on
Maui, after he has pctfrcud his btisl
ncss which brought Mm heic
Charlie Kaula was treated to nlnet)
days' free board and lodging under
tho sheltering roof of lleno'n hotel
Charles Is a vagrant, and Judge An
drade hus no aloha for that il.tss of
The fifty-first regular meeting of tho
Hawaiian Entomological Society will
bo held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
lu tho Entomological rooms of tho II.
S. I". A. Experiment Station, Keeau-
Joseph Nuuhlwa, who used language
that left an odor of brimstone around
tho immediate vicinity, was heavily
lined by Judge Andrade this morning.
The eloquence cost Joe Just (18.40;
this placed Joseph In a class by him
self ns a linguist.
Harry T Mills has another suit In
Judge I)o Holt's court. He Is suing
I.eong dice for $100,24. The case coHt
tho people today (IS, and as It prob
ably will not bo finished until tomor
row, the costs taxed ngatnst the Ter
litury will be at least (84.
The sale of tickets for the yacht
ing cruise Is going on quickly, und
will clone on Saturday nt 2 o'clock.
The fare for the round trip, Includ
ing lunch and a visit to the govern
ment works, Is (1.D0 for a single
person, and (2,50 for a lady and
Mayor Kern left this morning for
Koolauiioko road district to Inspect
tho road work going on there. It Is
denied that the dispute between Iload
Oterseer J. K. Paele and County Engi
neer Gere hud anything to do with tho
Mayor's determination to visit the
scene of the work.
'Fukiishlma, a Japanese who was
convicted of Illicit distilling and sen
tenced to six months In Jail and to nay
a fine of (500 and costs, was this morn
ing released, having served his six
months and an extra thirty days In
nlaco of paying tho fine. Ho took the
poor convict's oath before Comml
Thursday. May C.
Temperatures 6 o, m 72; 8 a. in,,
75; 10 a. m 77; noon, 78; morning
Iltiromcter, 8 a. m., 30.05; absolulo
humidity, 8 a, m , 5.801 grains pel
cubic foot; relative humljfly, 8 a. m
02 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., 61.
Wind 0 a. m., velocity 4, direction
N. E.; 8 a. m., velocity 9, direction N.
E.; 10 a. m, velocity 10, direction N
K.J noon, velocity 18, dlretll'in N, K.
Itnlnfall during 21 hours endlne- S
n. m , .00 Inch,
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 202 miles.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
LONO IHlOTHEItS PLAY Dcrko
ley, April 1C. Melville Long, tho
crack tennis player of tho university,
defeuted his brother, Herbert, for the
university championship this after
noon by scores of 3-6, C-4, 7-0, G-3.
WASHINGTON. Mil) 5 The lii-dlrntlotiK nre Hint Co tig tons will urn
Adjourn before July 1 President Tuft hopes Hint the new tariff wl'l
provide Kiiflirlent revenue, ns he Ih nppmeil to mi Imonie tnx except us
a Init resort. ,
OUR FLEET VISITS JAPAN,
YOKOHAMA, May B The third squadron of tho Amerlenn P.tellle
fleet under command of Itenr Admiral llurbcr hus arrived here und n
series of receptions nnd enlertnlmnents Is In progress.
i i m
KIDNAPPER BOYLE ON TRIAL.
MEHCEIt, Pa., Mny T, The trial of J. II. Iloyle for the abduction of
the Whltla boy has begun
I I s
SIX ROOSEVELT LIONS.
NAHtOIII, May Ii UcHixoVelt his
Whitney & Marsh, lid, hnvo Jtir.t
received lingerie Prlncesi vv.mh drosses
and Princess slips. '
ImiHirted horses for stile, draft, driv
ing and nadtlle. Club stables, I'orl
slteet Telephone lO'.l
Hoot beer such ns onr grandmother
made can bo had at the founluln of
net) son, Smith & Co , Ltd , Kort nnd
Tho Union Electric Co, Harrison
block, Iicretunla street near Kort,
docs nil kinds of electric wiring und
putting In of electric fixtures ut very
Kor the best staple and fanev groc
eries, ring up J. M. l.ev & Co., the
family grocerM. They enrr) the finest
brands of groceries. King street, uenr
Ilethel. Phono 7C.
Don't forget that von can ulvvitvg get
the bCBt family groceries at I.evj'n.
We carry all tfie best brunJ. and give
you Just what you order. King street,
near lluthel. Phono 7G.
Wo can make nn enlargement of ono
of jour owif pictures that will be us
rich us an etching. Any negative thai
will maku it good ordluarv print will
make a good enlargement Guiri)'r.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday are
'Kisltlvcly tho last davs of the. great
sale of wash mnterluls at the N S
Sachs Dry GoodB Co , Ltd. Now Is the.
time to buy, for the bargains are going
All photographers should ecu the
new Iugento l'Ilin,HiliIer,tliB Invention
lli.il mascs It ponlble to develop
Prcmo film pack cnt Alms by daylight
In any tank developer. Honolulu Pho
to Supply Co.
The wireless telegraph Is coming In
to more general use with every day
that passes. People are beginning to
realize Its possibilities as n quick
menus of communication with other
Islands nr ships at sea.
ROYAL MAUSOLEUM TO
BE CONSTRUCTED SOON
lllds are to he advertised for Im
mediately for the construction of
the (25,000 ro)al mausoleum for
which tho Legislature of 1907 mndo
an appropriation. A statement to
this effect was made by Superintend
ent of Public Works Marstou Camp
bell before, ho salted for the Coast
on the Korea.
This Is tho first that has been
heard of this matter for a long
while, though it Ih understood that
It fins been under consideration by
Mr. Campbell and Queen Lllluoka
lunl, who have been endeavoring to
come to some agreement In the mat
ter, Tho Legislature left It to them
to obtain the mausoleum nnd to de
cide what bodies should ba entombed
in It, the understanding being Hint
Mr. Campbell should design the
structure and the Queen select n list
of the nlll of Hawaii to bo burled
therein. There appears to mvo ieen
koine misunderstanding In tho mut
ter, tho list submitted by Queen
Lllloukalant not being entirely sat
isfactory. However, tho matter
seems to have been settled, as tho
work Is to go ahead as soon as pos
sible. Librarian Lydecker of tho Archlvca
stntes that tho appropriation of (21C0
made by tho Legislature for the gener
al expenses of his department Is bare
ly enough to pay for tho translation
work and that the printing or binding
of records or any other work, cannot
be done with tho money nt his ills
for Summer Suits. We have a splen
did lot of cloth. Let us make you a
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 King St Phone 521,1111 "'five liero on Satuiday.
TILL JULY 1
so far killed six Hobs
'LAW MORE HUMANE
Offers Leper Suspects
Opportunity To Be
President Mott-Hmitli tr the llo.nil
of Health is putting in n part of his
very much occupied time, stud) lug
up the leper Invvs, especial!) the new
law relating to segregation. TIiIh
taw, he h:i)h, Is much better and
more humane than the old law, und
he believes It will work out better
for nil (onroriied.
The old law for some time ltul
was virtually tineufoiied and iiuen
forclble, mid the Government was
very much worried beeaiite uf the
fait Unit segiegtitlou was getting to
he utmost u dead letter. However,
the new luvv will probabl) change nil
that, and ns It offeis the leper u
t bunco to be treated before he Is
tent to Moloknl, there will probabl) 1
be much tost, tumble lu ti)tng to,
enrol ee It.
LUAU A FEATURE.
' Continued fiom Pace 11
pemled for the purchase of the notes
This custom will be luvlved this
Dear. The luail will be given on the
grounds of the aKuwiilubito Seminary
In Manoa, pi nimbly either n day be
fore or n day after tho seminar) i los
es for the Miminor vacation.
The Knwalfihoa Chinch grounds
ure no longer l.tigu enough to ac
commodate tliii niimbei of the Sun
day School dhlldrcn.
lu tho olden times limn day was
looked upon by the i bun It attend
ants ns it great day. lloth the aged
and the jtmng made speilal prcpam
Hon to attend the diurth at Kuvvuta
lino In their best nttiio. Some of
tho old Haw all. inn, who did mil
have meuns of ounvc)nnco, (time lu
Honolulu on foot u day piovlous lu
order to bo prenent at the (hurch
when the exhibition (ommoiiceil.
A sjicclnl progium Is being arrang
ed by tho Hawaiian llonnl of Mis
sions. Tho pastois and the delegates from
Hawaii to tho Eviingelleal Conven
tion, which opens May 29, will in
rive on the morning of Hint day,
while thoxc of Maul. Moloknl nnd
Kauai will nirlvo u few dn)s before.
The Idea of having the old (luloin
revived und malting Ihn limit n fea
ture of the Sunday Sihool Conven
tion llnds favor with the older mem
bers uf Knwiilhtto Chin ih, many of
whom treasure tender iiiemoiles of
h)goue du)s In uuiiicctlnu with the
annual open-air feast.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Ino tho expected passengers.
It Is expected that the Hongkong
Mum, duo to an he heio Juno 2.!
from Yokohama, will bring it lmge
bunch of Immigrants for the South
Tho Amoilca Mum will mil vn
here on her iiturn tilp fiom Chill
on July 27 She leaves this after
noon ut 3 o'lloik fiom her iinthoi
ago off poit.
Ilencofoith the America Mum will
bo on tho South American tun whol
ly, leaving tho San Pranclsco busi
ness to tlio newer nnd linger llneia.
The Hongkong Muni and the Man-1
chu Mum will ulso be placed on tilt-.
South American run
The Toyo Klscn Kiilsha Is going
utter the South vAiueiltan hiudut-hs
lu eauiest, nnd tho tliteo ships will
make legulnr tilps. To the Allien I
cu Mam falls the honor of acting ns
puthfliider for the miiadum on Its
new urn. Captain Stevens, It N II,
is In command of the ship
THE AMEHICANHAWAIIAN c mi
pmi)'s Hloamer Columbian will an lie
fiom Sail Kiaiiclsco toinonow lulug
Ing nliout seven day's mall for this
city. The Pleiades, of tho same ilnu.
IN FOREIGN POUTS
Thursday May 6
U I tl ISI'O "lu 1 v'e
I X A 'I 81 il I n . iii
SAN IHANCISCO- Arrived Muv
Ilk St Knthurluo, hence April
GIIAY'H IIAHIIOH Arrltdl Mm
Kehr !' M 8lnd" hence Apt II
MONTEIlin -Sailed M.tv
I' !' Iloscrruns. for Honolulu
MURDER CASE NOW
BEFORE GRAND JURY
Triple Shooting At Aiea
Is Also Being
The tliiiml Jul) Is In scfkIoii to
d.v. und Is ItivoKtlgatlm; two it
rloui eilmes. It Is pinlnlile that
an Indlclnietil will ho. relume I
uglilliKt All Hil. who Is tillered to
have Killed ti i iitinii) luun named
Chee (Jul ul Kiiiiuvvnl 1:11 Thursday
lu a low over water tights The
other prlmlpal mutter li"fnn tin. n
(ltlsltoiH todti) is Hie shunting Ihlil
look plate ut Alea lusl wed,, when
it .Itipaneie iiiiiik d Hal. ml i shut nml
won n dell tlili e ntliei JapuuoKO. Klnl.l,
Ttil.Kliltlii und Kultsu.
A huge number of witnesses were
called In emit tnso und lite rmildiii
of the Jndlilii) building nulsldc the
mom whole the (it anil Jut) dellliui
ntes looked this mtiiiiliig like I lie
Imiiiiglntltm station mi ihe niilvnl
of it vessel from Iho Oiliul. Deioi
tlvo Hurl) l.al.e vvoikeil up Iho uo.e
und (olltited Ihe vvllnerses.
PEARL HARBOR WORK.
(Continued trora Fn U
Ihete. That mm bine is simply
smoothing on the loltom titnl will
pi(ihuhl) loinplctc Hh woil, ) the
nil of tho wii I,
Thleo liiiiidiid thiHMiiiid uble
)nrds of matolliil wita diedged at
lllnlHip'.i Point. II having boon
domed uvva), the. ditdgo mo now
turning theli allentlon lnolho por
tions of the channel.
The v.oil.iueii on tho I'.'.ul Hal
dol' Job me now being supplied v.'llh
water fiom Uiu veils whlth Iho Ha
waiian Untieing Compati) sunk on
Samuel Ii.iiiioii'h Mui.iialiia piopcil)
Tho undei lal. Ing wan a l-tige one, ait
It was lieiossatv to piimp the w'llil.
from Ihe well, 200 feet up In onlor
In senile u MllUflcnt Incline In nut I
It How l) giavit) lo tho site of the
vvotk. An eleetile pump Ih being
uhiiI for thai pin pose.
Kivo nnd oiio-qii.u icr mlbs of pltic
hud to bo laid to (airy Ihe vvntci
fiom the tanks to (ho srene or tho
labor. This pipe wits nil Inst illu!
last vviek, uml an erelUut suppl)
of wtitei Is now being seeuied Tito
water is of good qiinlil) ami Is In
tel veil In sulliciint (iianlllie to sup
pl) all needs
Just us soon ns the cargo of lum
ber Is leeelved fiom Piiitlund, tho
big "clam shell" dieds'es will bo
mutinied mid put In woiu. Thin
lumber Ij now on the way, having
been shlpcd from tlio Sound by sail
ing vessel several dii)s ago.
Tlio big "(lam shell" (hedges, eneh
of vvllhh lil'.u a (.ipnclt) of seven
cubic .viiiiIh a lo.nl, will eat Hull way
thiiiiigh Hie (hmiiiel in laveuntiH
Hl)le The gient si ooih will hllo
tlnoilgh nil obstui los, uml piogiosH
wilt bo milt it gic.ilui onto the ma
elilnea mo lu place.
PiiKtltall) nil of tho mathliiuiy
needed In (iimplelo tho (olitiact Is
now on the ground', nnd the mil)
en tin) fm delay In getting all Into
opeiutlon Is tho nou-tirilval of the
lumber needed for baiges uml plat
forms. Wallet Dillingham, who went to
tho mainland on business lu connec
tion Willi the (Olitliut, hurt mi.t
completed nil Ills negotiations. Ho
expected to return on the l.iHt vn)
ug(i of the Mongolia, but vviih delavid
by business of the llllil not (ouueilid
Willi Iho Pearl llmboi wink, Win n
he wilt lotuin now Ih not known.
LOCOMOTIVE Jl'MPS JIHTV -Aslorla,
Apill 22. While one of the
engines wan going nut nn Ihe Jetty ut
tho immlli of the Columbia ilvei llils
miirulug It slunk nn u Hied nb-
strtKtlon and toppled Into the menu
The flicinun Jumped heroic tho en
gine went ovei, but the onglniei'
wenl into the water He swam lo a
pile, where ho was icstiied itiilujuitd
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(5,
""t-elin Fdltorinl Room Plinn 1R5
Sea Wrens, $100
lff.foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycic
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opjv-N'c South St
. in ' i 'I
tllni S Ii Hah Tlmlniwiili Iroi i
I. mini i ii in
I' H A 'I l.ngtin Ii iii Manila .
Thutwlay. May fi
Slmr. Claudlno, finm 1 1 tit nml vvnv
poriB, S:t).1 n. m.
H R. America Muni, StovoliB, from
lokntiamn, in iort, 7.20 u. m.
I 8 8 Columbian, Nlcliuls, from San
I riiiieiaeo, 1 :4r u. m.
Wedliosdn), Mil) '
(i ! H Alnmeda, Dovviloll, fm Sail
S S Aiiicilia .Maui, Stevens, fur
Vivlin, Peru uml Chili, II p m, from
nelioiitgo olT port.
Steumei W. G. Hull, TliomiHoli,
jiii Kauai. 5 p. in.
, PAssENsens arrived
l' i 1! S A 1'. l.og.iu. from Manl'.ii.
Mnv S-Ior San I'liinclrco: MIs
M ir) Ad'ilr. 1st I.I C C. Allen, Capl
Uiiboil II Allen uml wife. Clip). Alrtoil
IJ.illl'i, ("apt t'lias T. Iln.vil. Capl. G M
II ko, MNs W II Hull. 2n I.I. imp,
i.iul wife. Anion I'ailson, (ion, E Clan
(i.v, 2nd I.I. William P. Clink, IhI l.l
(lis It Chi) ton 1st l.l. I.oltov I'. Col
lins. Cnpl. Waller Cox. wire nml
child. Capl W M CitilkHhank. wife
uml lliieo ihlblieii Miss O. II Dniii,
I1, it DnrUli. l.l Col. (itnrge M lliimie,
wife. Unto chlldieii und governess.
Capt Eilwnnl Dworak nml wife, dipt.
William Ellloll. wife nnd ion. 1st l.t.
.1. '. I'eiliet uml wife 2ml l.l E. I..
I'iold. Mr. ,1 I. rinlajKon und In
lam. Dr II. A Konosler. Mr. J. E.
Kii'litttiu. l.t. Col. E E Gavle nml
ilmighli r, 1st l.t Wnlloi S. Grant, liar-I)-
(ll.l). Capt G. It Glielie. 2d l.t. C
II llotlgeii, llilg dm C L HodgoH.
wife and iliiiiKhtor, Capt I' S. Iluttoii.
Mr i .1. S. Jiiiioh, Capt. L. II K I inner,
2nd l.t. E, P. Lain sou ami wife, Capt.
I. I. I.auton uml wife. llinmaH W.
MeCallum, 1st l.t. A. .1 .McDonald,
wile ami four (hlldion, Mrs. It. I'. Met
calfe iiiul daughter, llrlg. Ci n. A I.
Mills nml wife, Mis S. C. Mills uml
iwn ehllilroii. Capt lloni) L. Novvbobl,
Miss II. L O'llrlon. Mrs. K. I OIC),
Ml is Anna lllel, Capt. P. Peterson, wire
and three ( hlldroii. Miss Clara l'ostle
wall. O. II Piltelielt nml wife, Mrs.
G II Sands. Mis. I). C. Shaukii ami
daughter Mrs. I. A Shinier uml (laugh
lei. 1st l.t Edol Smith, 1st l.t. Gisi (1.
t'Cillmuii, Mrs. It. .1. Straetnii, Sumir I
i Sttlllinii. Homy Taussig, Paul Taj
l.n. 1st l.t. T Wholeii wire and child.
Ma .Ii i I. T. WllkliiKiin. Puil i'. WuliT.
Mis. Mil) Viiiing.
1'ir slmr CHtidine. from lllto ami
w.i) ports, l.i) ti Jus. Douglass. II
I! Wilier. 1 Deori, Itev. J Piiktiil.t
v.lfo iiiul chllil. Mr. Kujlsawa, Dr V.
Ogavvn II Guerio. .1 M. Mndiado. Miss
UcttH, Sum Look, .1. I-'. Cnlburii, lllslum
Uestarlek, A. G Coiiea, A Kilns, A. V.
Pi tors, E. Longer and 47 deck.
' THE MONGOLIA nml the llllonLm
i ft Hail rrnnclsci )esterilay for Ho
indiilii Tho Pacific Mall liner, which
Is biliiKlng the larger porlluii nf the
mull, will nirlvu hero Hist. Slie Ih
iiIho hriiulug it iiumber of well known
Kama. limit, amuni; them belni- Pilm..
Cnpld. Delegate to CongiesH. nnd ItU
wire, anil vm. (1 Irwin.
THE U.N'ITI'.I) STATES transport
Logan, which nnlveil )eslorday nfiei
min'1, docking ut the Oceanic whaif
nt .". 30 o'clock, Hailed HiIh moinliig at
a o clock. 'I lie I'lilleil StaloH cngl
nee is, italliinod ut Wnlklkl, left In I or
Tor Iho iii'ilulniid Sim also carried a
hirgc liumlier of saloon lusHeng.-TH
THECLAHDINE, which nirlwd Ibis
murnliig fiom llllo nnd vvn) poiin.
bioiight in her eaigo 20lt; h iKs siigir,
12 hag potatoes, 22 bags coin, "on
IllgH 1) (I Sllgll, 11) luilolH duply
bodies, I Inn-HP, 11 hogs, 20 ronls
wood, 225 p.irknr;i8 lamdileH.
THE MILI.EU Salvage Coiiipuny last
Siittiiil.ty puithusid" the schutmor K.i
Mul nmu tho Kufi.i Development Com
p.tny 'Ihe (imHldernlltm is not ob
THE dlLSIIIP Kullerlou. whloh in
lived riiiin Givlolti wild a load of oil,
snlleil jeslerda) for her home port.
T0LICE COURT JOTTINGS.
A lloiiht, who was miniiuoiied us
n witness for tho Inquest on James
Mi Gannon, which was to ho hold lust
night, failed to put in nn nppomniKe.
and ((msequeiitly was looked up by
tlio pullio this morning. Ho will bo
on baud fm sine this evening when
tlio liunicst Is continued, nn In. hi
belli for Investigation ut the I'oli.e
Mis Kauulmi lias been mieslod mi
n charge of liueeny In the llisl de
giee It iippemu that she had mine
pllikln with Thomas Piatt, Jr , uml
la alleged lo hnvo stolen n gold vvitlch
vuliiod nt (tin from him.
Klin K)iing Ham unit four other
Koietiu am In custody us vugiaiils.
uml Chief Leal Ih Investigating tin
hum h, iih ho i.uspeilti that the) .mi
it bad lot
STflj-'Tor f-ent" carrfs ort sale at
the Bulletin office.
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