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BVENINO nUU.KTIN, HONOLULU, T II. 1'IHHVY. MAY 7. 1909
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Pacific f-lrst Detjree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
note Croix Regular.
Perfection Fourth and Fifth
All visiting members of the
Order ore cordial!) Invited to
attend meetliiCB of local lodge
IIAIU10NY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:3u In I O. 0 F Hall. Fort Street.
U. H. HP.NDUY, Secretary.
V. D. WICK11, N. 0.
Air Tt3lliug brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE. No. 1, K. o P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 in K. of P. Hall,
corner Koit and Ileretanla. Visiting
Drothcrs cordially Invited to attend.
V. It. NUCIJNT, C. C.
11. GOSLING, K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, II. P. O.
Klks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Port, every Prlday even
ins. Visiting llrothers aro cordially
hulled tu attend
i:. a. uouTiiiTT, i:. n.
H. C. KASTON, Scc'y.
Win M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7: SO o'clock in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort am.' Ileretanla. Visit
log brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McORRW, C. 0.
H. A. JACOIISHN, K. n. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4 th WTID
NESDAY evculngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berctanlit and Tort streots.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
lend. W M McCOY, W., Prest.
11 T MOUI'i; Sec
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meeta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pytbles Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to uttend.
GEO. SvNIHHtSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD. C of U.
We are in lin" with tiic
best assortment of
In the market. All males.
Perfumed and Plain.
.Tvsl nak for the hind jou
Lchnhardt's Candies always
j Kinjr and Fort Sts.
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
jYou, Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
iWe -Can Sell You ,0ne
That Carries A Guarantee.
J J. A. R. Vicira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.'
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VEGETABLE and FLOWER
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
' Telephone 3?0.
WasCurcd by LydiaE.Pink-
liara's Vegetable Compound
Adrian, (la. "I suffered untold
misery from n female, weakness and
disease, mid I could not stand mora
than a minute at a
time. 11 y dootor
sum an operation
was tliu only
chance 1 had. and
1 dreaded it almost
as much as death.
One day I wag
reading how other
women had been
cured by Lydla E.
and decided to tr;
It. lleforo I had taken one. bottle
was hotter, and now I am completely
cured." Lr.N'A V. Hknkv, Kouto No,
3. Adrian. (la.
Why will women tako chances with
an onaratton or drair out a slcklv.
lialf-hearted existence, missing three-
rths of the Joy of living, when they
i tlud health in Lydla E. l'lnkham's
Tor thirty years It has been the
standard remedy for female Ills, and
has cured thousands of women who
have been troubled with such ail
ments ns displacements, lnllammatlon,
uleeratliTii, tlbrold tumors, irregulari
ties, periodic pains, backache, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
If you lime tho slightest doubt
Mint Lvdla 13. lMukliam's Voro
(ublo Compound will help you,
wrlto tu Sirs. IMnkunm at I.yiin,
.Muss., for lulvlcc Your letter
will bo absolutely conlldeutiui,
and tho advloo free
We have a fine new
lot of them just in.
Oat & Mossman,
7G Merchant St. near F. 0.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant fits.
None better ever made than
you Ret at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION
When you get them here,
you know that tjiey are of the
finest duality, and in the best
Hawaiian News Co.,
I v 'HjfTt
LOCAL AN1I GENERAL
The B u 1 1 c t i n is selling a school
crtch-pad of 200 sheets for 5 cents;
iiXlor a quarter.
Ten good auto-hacks. Thono 6.
(leo, J. Campbell wns on arrival this
morning In tho Manna Lo.t
11. K. llrov.il lias booked to leavo in
the Claudlnc this afternoon
Al. Thurlow of tho lloyal Annex
serves the finest meals In toy"
Judgo W 1., Stanley returned In tho
Maunn l.oa this morning from Hawaii.
If you aro looking tor any of, your
friends go to the "Two Jacks" .and
jou'll find them. r,
P. L. Leslie of Knna Is In town,
having arrived toda In the Mnuua
Take your carriage or automobile
tr Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., foi
Intor-lsland and 0. II. & I., shipping
books foi sate at the Hullo tin
office, BO each.
Yoiin III Clinon, a Korenn, who was
charged with vagrancy, v. as discharged
this morning nt the Pollco Station,
I)r Ogawa, who came, down from
Pala, Maul recently, will be a passen
ger In the Claudlnv, which sails this
J. D. McVeigh, superlntendcntiof the
leper settlement on Moloknl, leaves
this afternoon on the Clnudlne for his
Shlka Honda, a .lapancso woman.
was arrested last night by the United
States authorities for an offense
against the moral laws of the Repub
J. W. Pnrwcll of the Henry Wator-
house Trust Company wilt bo among
the outgoing passengers In tho Claud
Ino today. He Is going on Insuranco
Prank Peterson, who was escorted to
tho Police Station by a canstablo thl
morning, had a hold over Jag on, and
before he had tlmo to have a hair of
the dog that bit htm, was awarded a
prize packago of sixty days, A trlffo
amounting to $1,30 will also have to
be paid by Frank before he Is allowed
tu wander up Emma street again.
Court Sleep Awaiting
Arrival of Prince
An ntmosphere of peace, calm and
quietness hangs over tho Government
buildings these- days. While the Leg
islature was In session, everybody was
busy or trying to appaar b.usy, for
there Is always tho possibility of sal
aries being raised or cut. But no;v
that the solons have gono to their
homes the hard-worked Territorial of
flclnls aro taking the rest cure. Go
Into one of tho offlces and ask what Is
doing and the answer, delivered In a
weary tone of voice. Is always tho
The fact appears tobc Uiat every
body Is taking the rest cure. Perhaps
tho absence of tho Governor baa some
thing to do with it, but tbo fact re
mains that hurry and bustlo aro con
splcuous by their absence and the
spiders aro having a fine chance to
spin their silky webs and raise large
and prosperous families.
Some day tho Prince Charming will
appear on the scene and administer
tho kiss to tho soft clieok of sleeping
officialdom and then things will wako
in). Out at present thore is.no tdgii of
tho approach of the prince, and the
court yet sleeps.
(Continued from Pan U
must bp a .good man for Uip Legisla
ture because hojiad a license to prac
And then, there Ib, Charlie, Aclil. Ills
name, has been suggested by several
about the Judiciary building, but It Is
uncertain whether or not Charllefwould
nccept the position. The statement
that I-eon Straus hs declined to ac
cept Is said to be erroneous. It Is und
erstood that Lylo DIckoy lias not et
been asked to take the position, K, M.
Suttpn is one of those who la believed
to bo runplng strong.
But Attorney General Hemenwsy
stays mum and there Is nothing vlolng
yet', so far as any Information for the
public Is concerned. It Is undorntood
that the pppplntmcnt has'.nqt, yet been
Dlsnk books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Dullotlo
Publishing 'Company. "
for Summer Suits. We have a splen
did lot of cloth. Let us make yon a
suit. ' - r
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 King St -, Pho,ne 521,
I'AHIS, May C The government Is confronted by n not Inns sluia
tlnn. The postnl telegraph and telephone (uiiln)es. In defiant e of Hie
government .have formnl an Immense union They lire mipporled l
the worklngmen's union and a gigantic strike Ih Imminent. The sltmi
Hon is causing the gruvest anxiety.
WOULD IMPEACH FEDERAL JUDGES.
WASHINGTON, Mai -Murphy of Missouri has nniioiinced Hint
ho will file Impeachment proceedings In the Houno ngntnst' Federal
Judges Philips and Md'hcrsou In Kansas City. The in Hon Is Inkeli
In connection with the two-cent fnrp lnw derisions.
i m i i m
ABDUL HAMID'S GREAT WEALTH.
CONSTANTINOPLE May tPapis seized In tho palace hull -ntr
that the ex-Sultan has t .01)0,000 In foreign banks, wlilrh banks aro re
ported to have refused ' pay the money over to the new government.
i i i m
COL, BELLINGER TO MANILA.
SAN FRANCISCO May 6. Colonel llelllnger, of the transport serv
ice, has been ordered t Manila to succeed Colonel von Sthr.ider, who will
go to St. 1juIs. ,
TKIIEUAN, May fi - Hcvolutjonlsts nic reported to bo mulching
on the city to dethrone the Shah.
A Unialo water Spaniel Is wanted.
See, ad, this Issue.
A cottage of six rooinn Is advertised
for relit See Classified Ad.
A notice of sale of public lands In
Kula, Maul, appears In this Issue.
Purnlshed rooms an lioiise-kccplng
rooms for rent. See ad, this Issue.
A furnished cottage on the beach Is
for rent. See Waterlioute Trust Co.
Chambers Drug Co., I id., aro In lino
with the best assortment of Talcum
powders In the market.
Klilors will closo out the balance, of
last season's parasols at very low
prices. On snlo Moud.i and next
I.. II. Kerr & Co., Ltd., announce
that their Krent, reduction sale Is draw
lug to a close and that prices aro lo
duccd so that tho safe iua end quick'
Tho Honolulu Construction . Drn)-
Ing Co. has a big supply nil hind o'
coral, black sand, Walanao sand and
ordinary soil, all of the best ijiiaHty.
and at right prices.
Por stoe wood that last) and gives
a good, steady heat, phone to the
Union-Pacific Transfer Co. Pine wood
and coal delivered promptly to any
address, 122-120 King street phone .18.
Tho pddy Hefrlgerator Is different
from others, becauso It Is built prim
arlly fur service, and, not made to sell,
with nothing but. a handsome appear
ance to recommend It. Thco. 11 Davles
& Co., Ltd.
Every man understands his own
business best. Our exclustvo business
Is the management of advertising, and
wo can do It to butter advantage than
the man without special training In
advertising. The Chas. It. Frailer Co.
COELHO TAKES HIS
FIRE ENGINE ALONG
Wailukii Department Will
Be In Fine Shape
Hon. V. J. Coellio, chief of tho Wai
lukii Fire Department, will leavo this
afternoon for Walluku, taking along
with him the old flro engine. No. n,
used by the Chinese voltiulceis on
Maunakea street. Tho onglno will bo
drawn to the wharf by' one of tho
horses from tho Ileretanla street en
gine house. Chief Thurston will ac
company the pi occasion down to the
The historic point of this cnglna Is
the fact that It won tho first prize,
when tho different flro brigades made
their first appearance In tho flro drill
oxhlbltlpn, hold In tho presence of Ills
Majesty King Kalakaua, In tho old
days. Chang Klin, until recently Chin
eso Interpreter of tho First Circuit
.Court, was then tho foropian of tho
Coolho, on his arrival at Walliku,
will make extensive Improvements In
tbo fire (lepartincnt. Ho had a long
coufoicnco with chief Thurston today,
getting pointers on flro extinguishing
Pablo Martinez, against whnu n
chargo of vagrancy Is entered, had his
case continued this morning till May 1,
Mr. Ulackstad, who was Injured
fomo time, ago on the tftillroad, Is now
fairly on tho way to recovery, and Is
expected to ho allowed to go homo
Condpotor Pgin Qf tho Rapid Tran
sit, had two teeth knocked nut lust
night by being struck by tho handle of
tho brake A llttlo lower and Kriii
would have taken the count for sure.
SHAH OF PERSIA.
STILL IS HIGH
According to Poputy Sheriff Hose
there have been no less than twenty
two Inquest during tho pant three
months, and each week hcems lo bring
along Its tale of death and accident.
Tho deputy Is kept very busy hunting
up uvldeuee niul rollecllng wltuesi-es
In tlui different c.icch. hieliiled In tho
largo total aliow mentioned have been
murders, suicides, accidental dentins
and bivlles that have been illseoveicd
long after death had oceuired Tho
Hailermaehur eaue was one of the I. ml
Deputy lto;o Is woudetlng If then
Is some kind of nil eplleinle In di uhi
and accidents In existence, nud If oiei
tho rate of mortalities will slow up.
That Is a plnaso nu bear nearly ov
cry day and a great tn.tii) do not know
what It means Well It In tho naiuii of
n fin co conn i that will bo given h
the lCllefords at the OipliHtllu tonight
nud Is In three nets that aro liilmful of
comedy ami lauului. The principal Kile
will be taken b that Honolulu favor
ite, Reorgo Hernandez, and ho will ho
ably assisted by I.awrenco Underwood
In tho charactir of the friend "Cut
ting." Tho story, brlotly told, Is that
of a man who Is uricsted on tho ovo
of his marriage and In order to keep
the matter fiom his wife bo tells her
that bo Iiiih Ik en appointed to tho
Army nud has to stall to tho front. Ho
waits till his time Is out, then leturus
us u conquering hero fiom the war.
Ho has to tell his experiences and hlu
endeavors to explain matters of which
ho absolutely knows nothing Is hull
cuius In tho uxtieme To udd to tbo
complications tho leal (lencrul nulves
In response to an Invitation that has
been bent for n lecentlon to bo given
lo tho bogus fleneral As tho Kllefoids
are alwas excellent In comedy, n
most pleasing oi culng'a entei talnmint
is nsnued. New speil.iltles will bo
given by tho Ostiums mid Hay Collins
will be heard lu another now Illustrat
i:nijboi:. will have a heat al tho
matinee tomo.iow nfli'inooii when tho
fairy tale "CI plrella," will bo given
In spectacular form,
A special featuro tonight Is tbo Os-
boi n chlldicn In their new Hawaiian
song and hula dance, TIicho llttlo tots
hnvo become very opeit in this Island
pustlmo ami ran show some of tho old
er dancers points
Sea Wrous, $tOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAJ
AND MACHINE WORKS
TTing St npn'si'fl Rnufh P
BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Leave Orders A Day in Advance
1120 Fort St, Phone 107.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday May 6, 1909.
SN I HANCISCO Sallid Muv &
I f 'I Slu 1 1 Ian i in for
,iAN' KHANCISCO-Arrived Ma t,
Ilk Ht Katherlne, hence April 1.1
(lltAY'H IIAItllOlt Arrived May f.:
Hrhr. P. M. Hlmlo. hence April Ti.
IONTP.Iti:V Sulle.1 Ma) fi:
P.. H Itosecrnns, fur Honolulu.
Wednesday, May 5.
VICTOIHA Arrived Mnj l4:
N H Mur.ima, henco April 28.
MANILA -Anlvcil May '.!:
II S. A. T Thomas, henco April 1 1.
YOKOHAMA Halle il Mn B:
S. S. Nippon Marin, for Honolulu
SAN l'HANCISCO-Snlleil May &:
K. S. llllnnlnn, 1 p. m , for Honolulu
S. S. Mongolia, 2 p in., for Honolulu
Monday, May 3.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 2:
S. S. Chlio Mam. hence April 22
SAN 1'llANl'ISCp Arrived .May 3:
S. H. Teiio Maru, a a. m , heiici
April 27. '
POUT AI.I.1:N, Kauai Sailed May 2:
H. S. Mlscourlaii, for Knhiitul.
IIONOIPtr Sailed May 1:
Schr. Dcfinder, for San I'runclsco.
Saturday, May 1.
SAN FltANCIHCO- Snllid May lr
8. 8. P.nterpilse, for llllo.
TACOMA Hailed May I:
Schr. Iliilbo.i, for Honolulu
Friday, April 30.
NnWCASTI.n-Sallwl Apill !0:
llr. S. H. Lord I)erb. fur Honolulu
SIIATTLIJ Sailed Apill 2U:
S, S. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
SKATTI.H-Snl'ed Apill I'.D:
S. B. Ityades, for Honolulu.
NAOA3AKI Sailed Apill 2(i:
l' H T. 1)1. for liomiliilii.
KAHIILUI Anlved Apr 2.1: y
Sdir PnwiK'r, fiom Tueotna
Chun Sun, a Chin -to lalioier, was
bulled to his death fiom the inflers
of the new Catholic Mission, now
being cicct. d at Kulllil, icsteidii)
morning at about II Uul. It
appears tlitii the uufiii tiiutile man
was working near the inof of the
tinllnli.heil building, am; I, in wind,
which was blowing half a gale, toio
awa a poitlo.i of the Hc.ilToldhig and
airled the Chinese to bis ile.itb.
Tho inii'i fell fiom u height of
over forty feet mid tome of the tim
bers Iniidul on top of him. His libs
were unshed anil ho was itlict'Wl&.o
hijilied as well, nllhiuigh lu did not
explie until after he was tiipught to
town. In- McDonald was ipilck!) on
the sieno and did nil that was possi
ble for the poor fellow, but ho was
be) nud mi dlcal aid.
Sheriff Janett was notlllcil of tho
accident, ami at once iliove up tho
vnllc) to tin) Ficne of the tiagedy.
A loionei's hupicst will he held this
evening lit tho Polite Station at 7:20
IN DEATH1 ROLL
Record For April Shows
Need of Care For
Hawaiian) lead tho death roll of Ho
nolulu with u legulaiity that Is dls
til'HsIug. Of Dpi elghty-ulght deaths
lu Apill. Ihlity-ulno weie llawalliuis.
ICIkIiI of these thlit) uluo vveiq chll
drcii under onu ear.
Tio Japanese come next to the Ha
wallans with a total of twelve deaths
and the Amei (cms next with eleven
Of tho total death Kill lhlit-lhiec
weiu under llvo yiars of age,
Tho summ-iry of tho vital statistics
repented by tlio llu.ud or He.illh fol
low: Population of Honolulu olllelal cell
fus 1000. SUSOfi. Moitallty for monlli
or Apill, liliili: Males, ST.; fumnlcs, 23;
total, S. Annual ilijalh into por UlUO
lor population: SOS. Nun ie?ldent, G;
!deathai(iiftlguteil, 8, pint-morti'lil ex-
jamln.itlop, ,1; coronet 'h Inquests, 3;
'lll'lilrlhs, ti (not luelutlud In tho nun-
i.illiy); liliths lepoiled, 1U.1, in.it
l luges rqpoitPd, 58.
Tho total niiiuber of deaths for tho
month ,of April, 1003, was 88, a do
ne.iso of 3 qouip.ircd Willi tho curroi-
t,ul"llB "'""it" of vm.
Tlmrsdn) , Ma 7
Htmr Mnuua l.oa, Klmerson. fron
Hawaii ami Maul ports n in
Thursday, May (1
T. K. K. 8 8 America Mnru, SteveiM,
for Vnlpiirnlko, 2:f0 p, in,
Stinr. Ilelone, Nelson, for Kniiil,
U. S L. II. T. Knkul, .lobsoii, Tor Kv
mil, 8.20 p. in.
j SAILING TODAY I
Slmr. Clnudlne, Ileiinell, for Maul
ports and llllo, " p. m.
i DUC TOMORROW I
Stmr. Manna Kea, Pieeinati, fiom
llllo and way ports, fi.20 a. m.
Stmr. Kluaii, (Iregory, from Ktiual,
Pir nt in r. Mnuua l.oa. Slmcrsou,
fiom Hawaii uud Maul ports, May "--
(leo .1 Campbell, Mrs, It. Campbell
and nurse. Miss (1. A. Low). P. L. Les
lie. Mis. .1. do Mcllo, .1 (i. Smith. It.
A. MeWuwio. .lodge W. U Stanley . V
iloines. (1. (1. Kltilicy, M. P. Scott, J. M.
MnrUuzlo. J. P. Lino. II. P. Il.ildwln
Hid wife, II. A. Il.ihlwlii ami wife, .Mas
mi .1. Baldwin. Master P. llaldivlu, Mlx.i
llbgaaid, .1. L. Pleuilng, Miss J, Ka
palm, .1. P. Haekfeld, P Klanip.
j PA83ENGER3I BOOKED I
Pi r stmr. ('11111111111', Iteunett, for
'dual and wny penis, Ma 7, S p. 111
Mrs Jnuu Mist, It. K. Iliown, A. Cun
ilLhle, Miss Mist, Mis. II. Williams.
Mr. I.oieiizeii, Mr Chlba, J)r Ogiwa.
Mallle Hong, W. .1. Coolho, Mis, W. 11.
'enrns, Jtuv. 8. L. Desha. J. V. Pal
veil. I). I. Austin, J. I) McVeigh. Mrs.
V.w II Ajii'B, Miss i:. l.lo)il. Mrs, I! .1.
.tie. c),, (I. V. AIToiico, Mrs Affoino
f WATERFRONT NOTES
''llli: MA UNA I.OA, nnlvlng rn.iu
a.111 Knna pmtH via Maul, liio.Kct ai
liei cargo 7714 bag 4 sugar, C75 bags
olTeo, 13 bags beans, 10 bags ginger.
It hunches b. matins, P.i Inrrels water
li moils, I! cases water lemons, i b.niebi
aears, '. eases jiears, ID can j diled
Ish, IS rahoii pri serves, 17 cuttes
htckcnii, 5 crates pigs. 10 Inn, dies
hldi s L'3 hogs, 32 lid cattle, doukt'V,
J eoAH, 11 ml voi, 7 ie steel plates. 141
Till! UNITPI) STATUS Ilgbthouso
tender Kukiil, Captain .lobsoii, sailed
last night nt S:3o o'clock Tor llaualei.
Kami, baling 011 board her Major
Wlnslow. Mr. 1 .011I or the U. S Hngl
ncer's olllce, mid Lieut Houston, tho
IlKlithotiio Inspector. While there, tho
olllcers will ndict a site for 11 nei-
Ighlhoine, to bo fiiimtiuclPd near I bo
'iitiaiicii to llaualei Hay.
PtIItSllIt Pltii:i. or the Mniint Lu.
which anlved this morning fiuni Ila
wall and Maul potts, lepoits tho rid
lowing sugar 011 Hawaii, nail foi
shipment: llonuapo, L'o.',; I'liualiiii,
H).74j; llnnoka.i, ;uliil; Kiikiilhuele.
7SUU: I'.i.iulKiu, 85IKI; Piii'lillo, 7O0O;
Till! CI.AUlJINi: will Icnvo II.N nf
lei 110011 rnr her regular ports of mil
on Maul and Hawaii She sails at r,
o'clock, taking passengers, mull uinl
TUP. SCIIOONim Ko Ml or (ho
Mlllir Salvugo Coiupauy, was lending
sugir nt Knlliin when tho Muin.t I.oi
left that port for Honolulu,
Till: STIIAMPU MAPI, at Mnhukn
1111, llawiill, vviia iliseliniRliiK fu-Ulit
when the Minimi Liu waf eioss'ng tho
TIIK W CI. HALL left for i;-ii
yesteiil.iy afteinoon at fi o'cloejs with
the usii il cargo.
RAPID TRANSIT HOP I
The Knpld Transjt hoy's danco
wlikh Is to ho held loinoiniw night.
Is being looked tonvaid to by nil the
eniploji-a of tho company, and piom
Iscs to bo 0110 of tbo must enjojnble
functloiiH or thu eai (iieat piep
iiiatlous urn being made, anil soniu or
the night shift men will bo lellovpd
by their fellow woikeis dining I ltd
evening, thus ullowlng their less
r.u tuiifito n lends n Lliunco to put lu
loiliinato ti tends a chance to put In
Tbo diinco will bo held lu the K.
P. hall, and Ih siiio to bo ailendeil by
11 largo cinwil or tho l.ula nnd their
f 1 lends. This ball Is an annual nf-
fair, and lu tho past luu uiwuis ut
Iraclcili lot of attention, no doubt
lomoriow night's, afTah will bo ns.
inicccjjsful us those u the nist
10 n 1
Ui:i:S--A( Kiipihiilu, Oahu, Wediiei-,
day, Jfay C, luon, to Mr. and Mis!
Hairy T. ltees, a foil.
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