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EVENING nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. M WE
JDNESDAY, JUNE 1, '0?.
Hawaiian First Dearee.
Honolulu Chapter Rcnular
and Mark Mactct, 7:30 p. m.
All visiting members of tba
Urdet tire cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
MccU every Monday evening l
7:50 lit (l O e Hall, Fort Street.
i:. H. HENDRY, Secretary.
1- D. WICKE. N. a.
AU visiting brothere very cordially
0AHU L0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first and third Fri
day eventnE at 7:30 In IC. of I. Hall,
corner l'ort and Ileretanla. Visiting
Druthers cordially Invited to attend.
v r. n. NuaiJNT. a c.
11. HOSI.INO. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 11. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Port, every Friday ccn
111. Visiting llrothers aro cordially
inviied to attend.
i:. a uouTiiiTT, n. r.
II. C. i:STON, Scc'y.
V.'m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturdsj
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall. cor. Tort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Incited to at
tend. T. M. M GREW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. 0. K.
alcels on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock la K. of P. Hall, corner
Geretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to it
lnd. V. M. McCOY, V.( Prest.
II. T MOOKE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Wectt every flrst and third Thurs
day" uf each month at Knights of
Pythias Hal) Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
OEO SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C of R.
EeinK made up of the most
delicate and complicated ma
chinery, always requires the
bet of attention from a man
who is an expert at it. We
have such a man in our es
tablishment, and our prices
as wJl as our work will
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
M. A. GllHSt & Co.
FORT AND KINp STREETS.
Territorial Board of
Offico 403 Stantrewald Bldg.
Pau Ka Nana
THE EKSMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
BERETANIA ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls und Buns Fresh every morn
ing . ';. .
Wc are In line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind jou
lelinhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
The original and best self
filler. Many pen makers have
tried to imitate the Conkling
but none have succeeded Li
keeping up to the Conkling
Hew stock just in.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hour: Consulting, 2-3 p. ra.,
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 a. m., including Saturdays; 3-8
p. m., excepting Saturdays.
New Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Co.
Levy's for Groceries
New SUMMER OUTING HAT at
BOSTON BUILDING. FORT STREET.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
132 Beretania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 49G.
You haven't heard the best unless
j you've heard the new
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
, the ONLY table drink. Hanufac
. tured by the
j Arctic Soda Water Worts
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
King Street, Ewa of Fisiunarket.
IiRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6.
The Royal Annex is the place to
get the best meal in town.
Fred AsH nnd Ml Bit Alice Todd Eoda-
net Will' be married tomorrow opening
at 8 o'clock.
Inter-Island and O. R. ft L. shipping
Looks for sale at the Bulletin
ofllce, BO each.
Judge C. W. Slack, wlfo and two
daughters of San Francisco are pas
sengers on tho Siberia.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening, Bulletin, wrapped
ready lor mailing, ov cents a u i
le tin office,'. '
DrTA. q; llodglns, writing from Now
York under dnto of June 2d, says that
lie vlll aall for Europe un the I.ual
taula, Jeavlng New York June 30.
ltec.1il.HL' Ills' wife, waa propouncod n
leper by the Hoard of Health and Bent
tu the settlement on Molcikal, Kahaku
Hoe lias petitioned the Circuit Court
for a divorce from Kawalkoehl Hoe.
Francisco Cauiacho, who inailo a
feeble attempt at a Jag last night, was
Up beforo Judge Andrndo this piornlng
and, being only an amateur, was let
oft with a flno of threo bucks.
Antono l.ouH, who drove his wagon
over that part of King street whlcli
Is being repaired, much to tho detri
ment of the new surface, was repri
manded by Judge Andrado this morn
ing and allowed to depart.
It cost 1. King four dollars tills
morning to square himself for hitting
the booze n little tun hard )esterday.
Judge An.lradc gave P. K. the glad
A subject to the .Mikado named
Nagn filled up on sake last night nnd
landed In the Police Station later on,
He faced Judge Andrade this morning
and had to dig up S3 to settle for the
C. M. Thomas, connected with the
ngenta department of the United
States Internal ltoenuo office at San
Francisco, arrived on the Siberia, and
will make a general Inspection tour of
E. E. Dodge waa fined $25 this morn
ing for furious automobile driving
along Reretanla street. According to
the police cAldenco ho was traveling at
the rate of t went) 'live mllos an hour
Chief Clerk Conkllng has on file In
the Governcy's offlco a bunch of news
paper clippings Just received from tho
States. One of them Is from a Mary
land pape.- and states Governor Frear
was born In Crass Valley, California
In 18.1C, when as a milter of fact he
was born In lSGU. An accompanying
youthful portrait or tho Coventor
makes the matter that much more
The closing exercises of the Pulia
tion , Preparatory school will be held
tomorrow morning in unaries it. man
op Hall at 9:30 o'clock. A class of
fifty students will receive diplomas.
An excellent program has been pre
pared lor the occasion, consisting of
music, recitations and grade exercises.
Tho singing of tho big chorus under
the direction of Miss Rogers will bo
an Important feature of the exerciser.
Former Judge Charles W. Slack, and
tits wifo nhd two daughters, Until and
Edith, nru on their way to Yokohama
oii the steamer Siberia, which docked
today The trip Is n the way of a va
cation. Judgo Slack spent several
years on tho Superior Bench of San
Francisco, wns also Dean of the limit
ing College of 1-aw and has been Re
gent of tho University of California.
He is now engaged in a largo practlco
in San Francisco.
NEW AUTO COMPANY
STARTS Off MAUI
Another new automobile company
has launched Into business on Maul.
Articles of Incorporation were today
filed with the Territorial Ticasuror.
It Is to bo known as tho Union Auti
Company, and Its capitalization U
(8000, The Incorporators are E. O.
Born, A, V. Collins nnd William Hob
ertson, of HamakttapOko, Maul; E (.'.
Mellor, of Haiku, Maul; V. r Mc
Conkey und E. P. Rosecrans, of Pala,
Maul, nnd F. IC. 'Lindsay or Kaliiilul.
The purpose- ot tho new corporation
is tu buy, sell and rent automobiles,
conduct a. general livery and buy and
sejl such real and personal property
as Is needed in tho business. Tho 'it
fleers are B. O. Horn, president; E.
P. Rosecrans, first tlco president; ''.
F. McConkey, second vice president;
William Robertson, secretary, nnd E.
C. lellor, treasurer, Tho company
will erect a handsome nurture at Pain
NEAT POINT OF LAW
In the caso of Jennings against
Louis Rodrigues, In which Judgment
wns allowed some tlmo ago for J 100 In
a wage suit, and which was appealed,
a nice point of law was contended for
In Judge Robinson's court this morn
ing by Attorney Thayer, counsel for
It appears that In attempting to get
sorvlce, the managers of tho' planta
tions, rather than be bothered with
court officials, exert their Influence to
have the papers sorved on some minor
clerk whp has no knowledge of tho
status of tho man's standing. Then
when a Jhlrd or fourth clerk appears
at tho proceedings, the counsel for the
opposite side moes for a 'dismissal of
tho case on tho grounds that service Is
detective, lit this case the clerk did
not oven nnrxiar and tha tamo hntt irnnn
I ot er.
B iH iH kfl I H I sH H I Bl
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sHHs Bl taH HBB l Hi BR skW BBBB
HAVE YOUR BAGGAGE GO WITH YOU.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
82 King St., opp. Union Grill. Phone 152.
FOR INCOME TAX
WASHINGTON, Juno IB - -President Tuft will send n message t.i
Congress urging an amendment to fie tiirlfl net pinvldlng for a two per
cent tnx on the undistributed net earnings of (orporatloiiH .also urging
submission to the Htntes of tin amendment tu the Constitution gllng
Congress the power to Impose mi lii-omo tux.
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RUNNING IN TL'RKINS OFFICERS.
CONSTANTINOPLE, June Ki Four marshols, two gcnernls, uud the
ex-ministers uf marine mid Instiuctl m, together with sixty other high
officials, hae been sentenced to Imprisonment In n foitress fin oiii-pllrlty-ln
n reolutlonary plot
BUILDING CHINA'S NAVY.
PEKINO, June Hi The Navy IJoaul leroiiimenili! to the Throne u
program for n new nay of eight battleships, thlrty-slx eiulseiH, tills t
eight torpedo destrojurs, and a nmn',er of gunliiulfl nnd trnntpoits.
CHOLERA AND PLGUE INCREASE.
ST. PETEKSIiURO, June 15. Three new iliolera liiinpilulH h.ivo
been opened. Tjie epidemic Is liicrfnslng, there having been fort)-oiu
cases lu three days.
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BOILER EXPLODED, CITY DARK.
DENVER, June H. A teriltlc expluilon of u huge boiler In u power
houso killed three nnd Injured ten. Tho ell) was in darkness fm hums.
m i i i
GRAFT DEFE NSE ARRAIGNED.
SAN FRANCISCO, .lime 15. Atlonie) Mooio of tho defense In the
graft cases bitterly arraigned tho p iok'i utlou toda.v
FUJlMOTOls IN llmiMM"
TniKOFTHF iaw'AuTOMOBILE ACCIDENT
lUILb'Ur lilt LAW; A -- ,
T. FuJImoto, tho Japanese- alleged
t have forged a postal money order
for $9S nnd gotten It cashed at the
Hlto postolflce, will bo taken Into
custody Immediately after tho urrlv
ol uf United States Deputy Marshal
Irwin at noon today.
The Infoi motion In this case wns
worked up by Postolllco Inspector
Hare and turned over to V. S. Mar
shal Hendry for action. It Is iindei
stood there me similar cases tu fol
low, and that this piucllce of forg
ing postal orders has been carried on
frequently Ijj Japanese in that sec
tion. JAPANESE RESCUED
FROM RIVER STREAM;
About 1 o'clock this morning Po-'
lice Officers Wright and Meek, who i
were on duty lu the, Rlvcrsido Dis
trict, heard yells uf distress turning
from tho stream. Upon huriylng!
to tho place the officers saw a Jap-'
anese In the water, and ho was In I
a bud way, ns he could not swim.
Meek and Wright got their larl
ats out nnd (hrevvt a line to the
drowning man, but ho was unable I
to grasp It, The officers then stint
ed tu go after tho man, but another
Japanese arrived on the scene, and,
remarking, "No plllKlii, me kohini,
wlkl SvlLI luipal," Jumped Into tho
The rescue was accomplished by
the Japanese fastening tho ropo
around his unconscious country
man's waist and tho two otllceis
hauling the lead up on to tho street.
The hulf-drowncd man wns quick
ly resuscitated and then tho fat
that lie was Intoxicated became ap
parent, and tho officeis took him to
a plafe where such sinners mo well
takei caru uf. I
There will ,bo ft meeting of tho Ka
mehamoha baseball players on Fiiday
evening at tho Club House. All Ka
mehamelm boys aro requested to at
tend tho meeting, which will open at
7:30 o'clock, as some lnioitant bust
jiesstegardlug the forming ot a team
op tho big league will ho discussed.
Treasurer Trent has selected Wll
Ham D. Holt of tho Tenltoilal Tieas
tircr'B department us Issuing clerk for
business licenses when this work
comes under tho City nnd County on
July 1. Fied Turrlll Is said to bo In
lino for tho Job as outdoor clerk.
IT IS IN THE
I and driven li u .Inpauoso i.iuied a
Iteiihntloii on Him i-l.tiila btreet near
the (iciniau Chinch this morning. It
appeals Unit the iiiiiiiimlioied ma-
tlilnu was IoIIov.'Iiik close behind
lleuiy .M:i ,V. Co ' auto dellveiy
.wagon on tho light sldo of the load
j One of the Rapid Transit niu
I was i inning Into tho illy, and tho
i Jiip.ineM- thaulTeui. without Mowing
his hoin. put on speed and dashed
ahead ol Mnj's iai, and then, lu nil
(Ifint to avoid the oleitilc i.u, cut
In front of tho giiiiory wagon.
Then tliluga began to happen, and
the llrxt thing Mii'h man Know was
when his wagon was clashed Into j
the one ill Ken hy the .liip.imsc Tho
Rapid Tianslt ear ile.ued cvei
itlilng, but tho iiiiuunibueil i.ir
'plnjed havoc with .Mnj'ii iiiachluo.
No olio was llijuied, hut both, uuto-
mobiles sustained some slight dam
iilge Mr Asiho of the Shei Ill's de
p.utiiient happened to ho on tlio
spot, and ho at onto m rested tho
Japanese, whose name lu Od.i. I lu
wlll appear lu court tomoriow morn
ing and will have tu uiiswci to at
least two charges, one of Unions
(hiving, nnd anothci or mil loglslei-
Ing his machine
To rxpcdlle cmkm now pendlii't a
special venlio of Juijineii has h 'en
drawn In Judge l)e llol'l conn 'I lie
venlio Is us follows 1'iod I'hllp, IM
iWitrd Diow, O I' Hush, Edwin Ihiinei.
'John Kldvvell, Leslie C Claik. Ilur)
lAtniltage, J II. Fuller. K (1 Willi irp
Tied C. Mitten, James A. Aulil ami
Ueoigu CI. I idler.
John and Abiaham Keaulaul this
nun nlng won their ejectment salt
hicimht against Hen and Anno 1'oepno,
1 In l tit Ke iiiliina and Kaunuoh.i ami
seemed poi soi shin of kul.i laud In lu
leant of Kiuil Knna. nt I.alo. Kool.ui
lo.i, Oahit. Jul'iinent In 4o sum ol
$500 wua' alto granted for damages
ubked In the caso. lu their suit the
plaintiffs sol fm Hi tho complaint Hut
tho Pocpoen and their associates to ik
unlawful possession of tho laud In
question, and used It ror their own put
poses, Tliey prodiired " tirl ttt ' i
tho laud, and a mass of jinpeig show
ing tlicm to lio tho rigliiiin otv i,
At n mooting of tho board of dluot.
ore or tho, Hiistuce-Pock Co held )es
teitlay E, F. Illshop-was tdieletl piesi
dent, to succeed .las, F, Mm gun, lo
signed, ami Chas. II. Alhcilmi vice
piesldelit, to stieceetl C .1 C'.inipln 11
The STYLE. FIT nnd CON
TORT of CLOTHES depends
on the CUTTING. Try us,
W. W. AHANA' CO.. TAILORS
IN FOREIGN PORT8
I Wedncsda Juw 1fi.
SN I IIWi IHC'O 'uli I June 1 .
1' H I ip I n 7 i in fin II". i.ini. ii
PBATTI I. Anlwl June 1.1
I U H Itxid s liom Han I lant-lsrn.
(Continued from Paae 1
Ion. tho strike situation has been
verv quiet lodii).
A gieat number of the strikers
want to go to work, but their feel
ings liiive boon so played upon by
the leaders that the) uio not el
icndy to letuin tu the plantations
vlieiu the MrlKos h,io bevii sus
2,000 Strike Bicakcrs.
'I ho nriny of hIiII.ii bioal.ers Is
steadily Increasing and tho men who
go down tho toad nie doing more
efficient work Tills morning over
two thousand men boaidcd the slill.n
broakeix' tuiln and mo at wlul: to
day on Wnlpaliu and Honolulu plan
tations. Lantern Procession.
The most the stilKem lu town will
my of their plans when Atlmlial
IJIclil ni lives Is that they lutein! tu
parade and give lilm a gieat lan
tern show and let him know how
well they ciin match.
Japanese at Work.
Conditions on tho plaiitntloim tiro
pi.icticill) tho same. The .Inp.ini i.e
vho letinneil the earl) put of the
veel; are still lit Uoil. on D.illll illlil
Honolulu pl.intnllons. Win I. at
Kuhtiku Is pioeceilln!; with Hie
ttill.e hieakiiH fiom tho smroiindliiR
uiiiutr). Tho itilKei'H aro ainping
at ICnli.ina and adjoining loiiuti),
mid ns )et tho vacation Is lonsiil
oied as u Jiillllleatlou
Tlicy Want Wotk.
Jllp.llieye moll tiro ellilenvol lug III
oht-itu woil. at pi I viiln houses In the
lt and Btihuibs and seem vvIIUiik
to take any kind of wages. One l.ilo
etnplo)o of Alea visited a well-l.nnwn
( iiKliii'ei 'u house vesterd.iy afternoon
and tiled fm a Job. Oil being ashed
vrluil suit of vvitl. h, w.iiiti'd and
what I ale of p.iv ho would think suf
llelent. he lcplled: "Mo befoio Alea
liana liana. Ton niiii.h plllkt.i this
time, no too much like liana h.in.i
j oil houso Klglit dollar, all) diillil'
liull.tiav. olio luonlli. Mo nuiiiliei
I olio good man, loo linn Ii inviy too
I liana liana. Mul mil no use, h and
b) mnl.le lloss please" von gliiisule
liana liana " v
Editor Koga of th" N'lppu JIJI
wlion teen this nlteinoon admlltid
that a ealili'gi.iiu had been received
fiom Auihassadoi Takahliii In Wnsh
Itigton lie would not, however.
sn what the (ontonls were
sr.li II,, iiililegimn was of a pilvnlo
ii it in Ho was iv Ideal l liappv
ovei the Hielpt of the i.ihlegiam.
"lloss" Makluo. whn was with
ISoga. spoke up and told him not to
sa) ail) thing about tho (ontonls of
the lahlegitim lie vn not ns
( hi ei fill as usual Fiom the Makluo
ill UK stole ho and Koga man lied
down the si I eel, ovldelltl) going III
sou theh atloillo).
AlthoiiKh nothing' iletlnllo timid
In lo.it noil as to the tiuth of the
sli. i), II was iiimoled lu Hie .lapali-
et.e tolonv that Aluliassatliir 'lalia
liliu had soul a inhliigiam to C'oiisul
Ceueial I'.vi no asking him to fuiulsli
him with' tho detilled auoiiiit or
what has liausplied since tho htilko
liioko out filler Ki-iiolai) Do of
tho Coiikiilale (leueial was somewhat
pu.leil with thci liKiuh y. Thu Con
sul (icuornl was not lu, uud no or
llilal Inrm malloii lould bo gained.
Depulj HhelllT t'ii nr Walalu.i to
poits that the Japanese lit Wnlaliia
mo lint mil) at vvoik, lint mo moio
fnllllflll than ever before. Hu dis
till! Is quiet.
That consldeiablu Intenst Is In hu
taken lu tho stlllie bv people on thu
mainland. !-, ludlealod hv rihlogi'iiins
leei Ivul tllll.IV b) till- K-IH ( Hcllt.lt It nf
ftho AbMH'Intoil I'ross There appeals.
10 lie p.ulleular Illtnlcst In caileill
iintois. Now Yoik iuiloiisf soe.,lnL,
.111101 illation icg'mllug Ihu slalo or nf
Ifalisheie Tho quoi) was tin geneial
I Infoi uijtlou
lu the ("iso or Homy May. A. Cimi
liaiiS s. .lohu F. t'ollnuu, Atloinev
shfiird tulny filed lu tho C'lictilt
iC'niiit a iloiiiuner nn beliall of tho do-
rll. It I) I . u MlIK til St (Olllpllllll III, ills
jiiilsusi on the gioiimis tli.it It Is
Coitlllinto of iltposlt No. Oil I ul on
lllshop lc Cos Hank, Honolulu, lu
fimu or On Lou ror I. noil Pay
ment on sumo has been stopped.
Coiiifiu table, quiet loom, well on
lilated; iuiiI and hot wntei; oloe
tile light; ie.u,niiublo. Itlthanl
St., next tu Dr. Mm lay's.
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...oji) ;, j., is ij i ol i tu a ia
Now moon Juno IT ul o:t" p. in.
llavvulluti.ttuuiturd time Is lu hums
;o minutes slower than (inenwith
lliao, being that or thi uioildl.lli or l.'i!
Jcgiees u.) inlinKeH 'llu time vvhlsllo
blow 3 ul :'M p. in , which Is the same
as (Ireuiiwlth, u houiu u mliiiites. Una
iuiiI moon aru for IjciiI tlmo Tor mi
Wodliosday, .-lino It!.
O. II a. At line, In Dmviltdl. ror Man
I lunelmi '.! a. in
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ttluir. Manna I .(in, Kliiiursnn, fiiiiu
Koiia ami Kan, u in.
Html. Cl.iiiillne. llenuell. nom Jlanl,
I'liiui H.ln FniiulsPii. hm !5, H SI
li'Ml'i, June It,. I'oi- lloiinliilir IC, It.
llniniM Mrs. A Risk, Mm. IW, Hook,
Mtr-tti IC.I II. ek Mis Mj lllundell, II.
P. Until r (hill,; Yno. Dr. () ('loos.
Mi . M. Oicot, .1 F. Dsly, Mrs. .1. f.
Dalv, Marvh ill Dairnrh, Miss Anna
lliinllil. Dr. II. II. IVuiKhiH, It. F. (lar
tier, Mrs. It. 1' (lainor. Muster It. V
il.irner. J .1 (Iraoo, Mra .1. J. (Iraeo,
Mrs II. B. Or i), I! Out asofnldl. Min.
It OuoKSffelill .Miss . llnenlwh. Mitt
I.: P Hall Miss Marie Hall. Mis AI
lie. I T. Unit noil, MIks Maty Ahlie
llnitwrll, (Jlldulst llaleh, .Mrs. F. M.
Hi tilt Miss n.iriiet llatili, C. II0.I0
iii'iim, Mrs. C llodomann. K. Ili'.ii.
in it"i, l.t t ii lliiiiuigshorgcr, W. I'.
Inims. Mu. XI. II. Job, F. S. '.nlRlit,
Mrs H. II. l.-itio Mm. A. II. l.ro. . ji.
I.oo Mrs. II. F. I.ovvls. I). IaiwIs. V.
iluhiiue. Oscar Maiuei, Sim. Oronr
Mnuior. Mrs. .1. T. MeCitiSMin, Miss
. MeCio'ion, Dr. L. (J. Metulel, Mm.
I. C Miudol. Miss licno .Mendel, J. F.
Men III. Mis. M. (. Mlllor. Dr. A. ,.
Mllllke.i Mrs A. A. Mllllktm, .lv.hu
MIlU'i. Mis. John Mllner. ('. II Miner.
Miv. Mar) Mood), ij3i. J. f. .MnroiiK.
t'. a. N.. Dr F. I,. Moisi.ir. It. Mow,
Mis. II Moys, Muslir Itulph Moss, S.
V. Occ'esloii .Mrs 8. V Ooe'esttui Mm
M. J. Hilton Mrs II. Pcterinii Miss I.
Riibstad, Miss llcithti .1 Ritelni'. .1,
l.owlh Ui niton. .Mrs i:iltuhelli Savor),
I. lied Hhlnglo, ills. M. M Slilng,'..,
MPs J '. Sn'ilth, SmniiJ Siistinun, ;!
M 'rioin.M, F. W. Wlohm.ui, W. ,.
While i: H Wodeliouso I J. W.iHf.
Wm Wikhl Mis. Will. Wllghl F I.
Zell ' ' '
1'ei unit W (1 Hall, rt-,11,, lliivvitll
'"it. Ii. Itov. H. K. Knlawi.. W. .)'.
I i ii Hoi ii I it AiiM'ii W. S. Slmpsnn.
'lio Hi. n.ll Mrs llien.ll ami ehlld IC
H K ii i. Ilotk I'Iiiiiim. i; Young lo-,.
yih i lohu .Mail, litis.
'Continued from 3?acs H
Joiiinev lie i.tado 111 Ihu Inluiest i,r
thti Tel i Hoi
'llio I'nlied Slates govointuonl will
ho lopiosented by Past Anslslutit
Kurgion Cm llu or thu llnllotl States
Public Health and Mm Inn Hospltnl
Senile. As u m.itlne hospltnl sur
k(ou, C'urilo altonilH tho congiess on
nnleiH. ami of coins,) has nil or his.
expenses paid, us Is alvvii)s tho inst
vliiin Aiiny. Navy oi Muilno llospl
t il suigeous liuvol on iilllil.il i,usl
noss. As KuiBdiii I'm i lu has been ap
politloil lo thu supoiliitentloiic) or
tho now redeial lopiosailiim on Mo
Inkill. II Is tsiiialderoil MMy tilting
that Ihu goveniiueiit has chosen him
as Its loptesoiitatlvo. On tho otltoi
litilid, tin i . U n gouiiitil heiillmenl
that houiu piovlbloii bhoiihl ho iniilc
lor Di Ooodhue. that t:iu TVnlloi)
iii.i) boneill liy thu t'oiigroas ami that
the ilio oxpuilonco and lutlm.ilo
I novvletlgo or Dr. (Inodhiio lu.i) hit
available at the giont emireieuio.
Tho suggiwtliin linn tieen in iuk
Dial lion Is it good place to spend a
MHIn of tho tr.u.uilii iiiiitlligoiil fiiinl
sot asljlo for Hit) use uf thu Covin mu
ll) tho last l.eglsl.ituio.
Marshall Darnell the tr.eit hi, .v..
spnailm ut.ttr tn-t I ..;. on . SU,r ,
mill). Ilo inidit muiiv rilemln oi,
hoard (liirlnu tlm til., ,i,iu-,, nt ji
nppoaitinro will l, ,m jtond iv ovi ulug
niioii no wit- rociio "rwotrtii Nlglu" in
Hid lillllu; im or tho Young Until,
Fio-h Kodak films' Honolulu i;
Sll'inlv C.i ettiv ii ri.iuli ...i,,.,.. .
. . ---.' '- - ..rn., ,t,L-l
or all tl?n Win ii vim vvHiil lilm tu
tin to rui tin m nn. I von will mu l,o ,11,,
appointed Knit st 1. 1 1 ni'.ti lintel
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.r
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opp"ii South St, j
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"rm ssmi-MI rn inrtHmiifa 'Mi':,