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A PLEASANT TONIC
All visiting member! of tne
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7: JO P, .
P uidiuc cuemccnci emDeri-qr
IT" wnini. kiluinLMl.) other A&Jtfc
2BENEFIC1AL ASSIATIOH. elation. coS
.'jjiiauj invited " .
SARMONY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. LX
"- HTnnta nvnrv Xfnnrinv Avonlni- (it
;B:30 In I, O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
2 E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
IS H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
fir. All visiting brothers very cordially
OOAHU L0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
am Meets every first and third Frl-
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of 1. Hall.
'corner Fort and Beretnnlo. Visiting
kbrothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. T. HEINE, K. It. S
HONOLULU I0DQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. O.
2Ktks. mi-Ms l'n their hall, on Klne
H-g8treet, near Fort, e7ery"Frlday even,-
9$ in?. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
invited to nuenu.
J AS, U WUUUlllUl 1, ..
.. n A..n..nr.m.. 1.
0150. T KLUEaEL. Sec.
, SSHAWAHAN THIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
"pytiilas Hall. Visiting brothers cor-K-tllally
invited lo attend,
if' i' IIIOaiNS. Sachem.
U. V. TODD, C. of It.
'HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
RNESDAY evenings of each month at
feil7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
fKBeretanla and Fort streets.
7th Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
j w. n. iuley. w. p.
Wl. V. Aicuux, sec.
MoKINLEY LODGE NO, 8,
X. 0E P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
iavanlnff nt TiSfl n'ptnpT In K nt T.
CHall, cor. Fort nnd Dcretanla. Visit-
jwjng brothers cordially Invited to at-
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. It. 8.
Chas. R. Frazior
?hnnr 371 122 Kin J
ifc. r " mmamwmmm
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE VOUhO.
Tuesday, April 26.
A. i:. W. Todd. Wnlnllo, Miss A. C.
Kinney, Kiilnrkti; A W. Kaiiies. Wn-
mawa; j 11. wiiiiiiuih, .-inn i inncisco;
It. T. HiiniilUlil, St Michael, Alaska:
Dr. C. 1'. Hoboits and valil. New Yorlc
AT THt; HAWAIIAN.
Tuesday, April 23.
Mrs. V. II. lto.ld.i, Mungana,
The grand Mnj-Day Fete which will
be held next Saturday at tho beautiful
grounds of Governor Cleghorn nt Al
nahau, "Walklkl, iiromlses to bo tho
greatest event of tho kind ever held
In tills country. Fully BOPO people nro
expected to be present and there will
bo a scene of animal Ion amid tho
beautiful gardens of Alnnhau such as
has never been witnessed In Honolulu.
The. grand fete has been nrrauged
by the ladles of the Kllohana Art
League and they have prepared an
entertainment menu that will prove n
treat to pcryone. Tickets for tho
feto can bo purchased nt the various
bockstofcs about the city mid at thu
thj&rKRtrom Murlc Co. Admission
thacJoun-as- adults SO, 'children Vc
T153et0rlll Jo held on Saturday,
AQ?l3Piffas May Iht comes on Sun
For non-support during; n period
of j)ver eighteen years, Mario Mano-
xnoa'of Honolulu lias brought a libel
against her husband, Inlra Manoanoa,
whoHias lived on Hawaii for the last
The woman risks that the bonds
of matrimony' between herself and
her husband bo dissolved, Btatlng
that although he is perfectly able
to support her, he has not done so
since September 30, 1891.
At that time, ho deported her nnd
has since refused lo return or to
lnw li- In vn in him. Thorn wnrfl.terfl
. .. ..w. .. n -w ....... ...-. ...
no children by the marriage, wh(ch
was performed In 1837.
A CONSIGNMENT of lumber from
Fort HrntcK consigned to tho local
agency of Allen & Ilobinpnu is on the
way to tho port by, tin American
arlinnnnr ft. C. Alloii Thh vowel Is
now out fifteen das from tho lumber
Discount Sale On
GIRLS' smart garments for sum
mer wear; for girls from 4
lo 14 years will be on sale for this
week at 25 per cent discount,
This sale compriccs garments of
Gingham, Galatea, Percale and Lawn.
SEE WIND.QW DISPLAY
Fort Street, opp. Cathclic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Telephone f.03 to liavo Laundry
called for nml delivered ipilck. '
7-SCr.ted Auto rur till o t'liono 109
James Bakur. Youni; Iotol Stand.
Applejack like ihey nn'tn cm Hi"
farm. I.ollliead and Wonduuid 1'lioue
557. ' .
Call on Mike l'uton at tho Encoro
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
Embroidered trousecaus and fancy
needlework. Mrs. 11. ifcll, 1C: Hotel
If you want a good Job dona on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Oneen St.
De a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Visit Jack Roberts nt tho Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
Call nt tho show rooms and get
twenty-flvo Orcen StnmrR free. Every
thing In tho show room is froe foi
Orcen Stamps. Cull to.lny or any day.
Beretanla opposite Flro 8:atloti.
$10,000 SUIT Alii '
. BEW II COURT
For tho second tlnio the case of Ed.
Campbell against Hackfcld and Coin-
"""'' ",0 company tor vuu
'damages Is before tho courts, the caso
having been opened this morning.
Campbell was n stcedoio employ
ed by tho defendant's company nnd It
was wlillo working upon a csscl con
signed to them'thnC lie was injured
during tho discharge of n rpinntlty
of coal, tho accident occurlng In Jul,
1903. Tho enso was (list tried before
Judge Whitney, then went to tho su
premo court nnd was remanded to the
circuit court by that tribunal for a now
i Ten o'clock was tho hour set for
J the opening of tho case but somo time
was occupied In tho choosing of n
Jury, which was finally accomplished.
Tho men drawn to sit in tho case
were: Abel Carrcno, Alonzo J. Wilson,
A. C. Souzn, William II. Campbell,
Hay II. Hlotoso Oeorgo E. McCorrls
ton, C. r. White, James II. Mossman,
A (I ol ill II. Angus, Andrew L. Dushhcll,
I'oiimoro ami William woi-
THE UN.ITED STATES gunbo.it
Wheeling which has been lyliig out
of commission nt tho 'Pugct Souud
Navy Yard for tlx years b'ut which
was put In complete, repair Inst yoar,
was placed In commission m March
28 and ordered to leavo for the Allan-
tic Coat. where It Ib bello'vi'd shn
wilt lie used fur Naval MUUIa practice,
l lie wneuiiiiB un mini " ioj1'
HONOUJL?, T. H.. TLTSDAV, AFR.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
See Whitney & M.trsh'n windows for;
some or tne linrg.ilus In wnh nulls nml
If your nuttiniolitle m-eila upholster
ing bco tho W. W. Wright Co., Ltd.
King nnd South streets, who will do
the work In tho most satlsfuctnr) man
ner. Your savings earn four and one half
tier cent. Interest, cnnixiiindcd semi
annually, If deposited In thu savings
department of tho Hank of Hawaii,
You certainly realize the importance
of making n will A few moments'
time In the nic r.' Hie Hawaiian
Tiust Co., Ltd.. is nil that will be re
ipilied to attend lo this Importnnt mat
ter if jnu aro not wearing Itegal shoe
you aro pa) lug more for jour footweni
than oiroiiKlit to pay. Itpgals at $3.5'
and t uru equal to any $5 shoes mad
Regal Shoo Store, corner King nn
I For nulck rnuiupinlqatlan there Is
nothing canal to the wireless. It Is
liivaluablo In InuMneas transactions
wun ine mprennius on uie oiuer is
lands and for greeting friendn on
ht (anient nt sea
If jnu burn wood or coal, placo your
order with Hie Honolulu Construction
and Draylng Co., I. til. Queen street
telephone 281 who will promptly do
lhe.r tho best giado and give you full
weight nnd measure
There is no more attractive place
in Honolulu than the Criterion, cor
ner of Hotel and Ucthel streets, and
no place whero better beer and liq
uor nro sencd. Call theie o;i your
way homo from business.
Hnvo you seen tho new "Voguo"
wall papers at Lowers & Cooke's.
TIicbo papers are the wry latest and
give you richer nnd better offects than
hnvo ever been prodiiced with wall im
pels. It will prove n treat to ten them.
It will pay you to Inul; at tho Oliver
Visible-writing typewriter lit Hawaiian
News Co, This typewriter Is yea'rs
ahead of all ojher typewriters 'In tho
vlslhlc-wrltlns feature os wel ns many
others. Costs the samo ns other lead
"Commercial conditions lr tho
Eastern markets Snake it very favor
able for,Hoi.olulu bujors," fcays L.
II. Kerr, the Alakcn street meichant,
who returned Ks'frdny froni a rtlp
to New York and manufacturing "Mi
ters. "floods nro plentiful nnd money Is
scarce In the Eastern Stites, Cash
or part cub purchasers n,ro offered!
goods nt nmazlngly low Ugurcs ?opv
pnrcd with that of n 5 ear or to, ogo.
San Francisco merchant); are still
suffering from the high rents tnnt
were caused tyy the earthquake. Sol
high arc rei.ta that the selling prKcs
of retail mcrehan'ta In San Francisco
jnnd Honolulu nro, oquallzul. In spite
!of the dlfTei enco in freight rates. It
I Is true Hint goods can bo bought, nud,
sold cheaper In Honolulu today than'
In San Francisco, on lhlsaocounl.'
Whllo away Mr, Kojr took advan
tage of the unusual lory prices In the
manufacturing centers nnd bought
Immense stocks for ull tho depart-
ninllro li Wlu ofnn Tlmoo trnAila will
begin to arrive hero in ten days or
two weeks, and the proof of the low
prices at which high-class goods can
be bought in the Eastern maikcts'
"will be shown by tho prices at which
these goods will 'bo sold hero b L.l
D. Kerr & Co.
NEW YORK cargo leaving tho At
lantic coast rort on Mnrch 8th Is duo
to arrive hcic on Thursday by tho
American-Hawaiian freighter Alas
kan. The vessel will, go to the railway
wharf to dlschurgp 'nud then piocecd
to Hnyer.'il Island liorts to take on 11
shipment of sugar (or I lie Hulled
Htaies iiy iiu- way or tno iBtiimm or
THE MAJORITY or the labor In N
coallng the Pacific Mall liner Chlnu
josterday was performed by lluss ans.
ti. . ; It ..i. - ....i...
'"Z ' rv", " '' '" ." L " "' "'
all of " hS' &1?X
an oi ine iivaiiiinic Hawaiian
nvo been used by Iho local stove-
doreis to fill out their gangs.
iiu uiiiifv'ii tituivn iiti; iicmiihuiii, 11
iround the Horn to the Hawaiian Is -
unds. The freighter Is rcporled to
imc iawvil Cornell Chill, einnute to
llltt nnit nil I.IRt I'rlllnV.
NINETEEN DAYS was tho tlm
taken by the American Hchooner M
E. Foster In covering the distance bJ
twecn Honolulu nnd Grays Hnrboi
Tho Foster arrived n,t tho North l'n
clfic const port oil Monday.
"t , -
THE A.-H. freighter Arlzonan, will
New Yoilc cargo by tho steamer Lucl
enliatk of March 20th, Is due to sal
frilm PiiKct Sound ports on April 20
Tho vessel hhduld nrrlve hero on o
about Muy 7.
GEAR DAM GE,
A eoiiflniiatlon of n cable iccelvei
home days ago from the Count, to the
cffeil Hint the Mntsou .Navlptlor.
liner Luillne suffered damage to hoi
bteoilng gear, has been received bj
Castle & Cooke this morning.
Tho local agents state that adylc&
liaQ been received that tliQ -j'Cpairt
to the steering gear 11L1I riidilcr.'dahi
aged 011 the S. S, Lui'lltio while 01
hor l.iot tilp from Honolulu to S.u
Fianels o will not be completed IT
(line to permit of tho veWl snlltii(,
fiom San Viuiicltsco until May 2.
ANDERSON OBA0E IS .
(Continycd from Page 1.)
In many places. TVo fcputy sheilffs
have also been nottlled cf tho escape,
nnd Instructed to look out for the,
man. However, Orm 0 lould easily'
be uiyny in tho li'lls, aid ns long as
he can, pet food It woui'i be hud to
A report was tiiined In from Wal
nianalo this morning that i Portit
guese had been 11 iicgry rcstmblii.g
Oracg over that way, but to f'ir there
has been no (0 lllrnilitl 111 of the e
port, Chief MiDuiriu and his men
weio put till 3 o'clock .his moruUg,
biii, no signs ol Grace were i;en.
fliace's wlfo was niiesti'd yester
day1 on u Fedoial wliirnn'l chnrglnc
her with minder, It Is cldnxfd that
she w.i 4 nn accomplice of her hus-J
biiuJ in the murder of Wntchmn 1
Malm nt Wiiterlown, nnd that she
tried to prove nn alibi for him.
The woman has been Ja'pt n't the
police station for fconio dnys noiv 'In
order 'hat she be immiino from any
attack by her husbaud. It was
tllOUCllt that Drace liifplit trv tn l.lll
his wlfo. as she is siilne ilm for ill-1
THE nitlTlSH Meamer llnkcby. A, "r'l- ,'',,;, 'ii'.Th,:,,--"
LmniXnw?nM nr ,i fn;lcnnta and child. Men s. F. J
;V. '?i?!.''lc."V "5. .?".'?, Clark. O. W C.imilngham, A. Slgls-
vorce; ' Mrs. Orncp Is now" In. tho ovcr "10 uack f H' hail.
Oahu iirleou. '.ai.d tho' nfr&L&t her1, T,, ca8 wl" be concludcj this nf-
husband may follow now tlfaV sVe . 'ern00"'
not allowed to visit her home dally.1
FOR THE APPETITE"
Tuesday, April 20.
Australian ports via Suva Makurn,
C. A. S. S.. 8 a. m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Itosebunk, Ilr. stmr.
South American Ixirts Manshu
, jh mmr,
Wednesday, April 27.
Kauai pints W (1. Hail, stmr.
1 ; n . a a ,... ,. ..,,
Per C. A. S. S. Makurn. from Aui-
trnllan ports via Suva. April 2C-Mlss
Hunter, Mesdan.es Itoddn.'woodbrldge,
.. , A wiiiiep v 11 rinrko n
:vll.niK ' P ,,n,,oru , 1 ' ,1
' Misses Shelley (2). Mcsdamcs Shelley,'
, PASSENGERS BOOKED
per c,.Ai g g, jinkura. for 'nn
Inn.llnM nn.l (lnlnln Ai.oll Ol II.
comer and Victoria. April 2C.-Mr.
I n,l Mi-o l.'nrxli-' Mra Co-iln I I)
runnnUniii. Mrs. U Hoberls. W. Mc-
Tallinn, Mrs. McCnllum, Miss McCal-
Per Am. Ilk. Audrow Welch for San
rrnnclsco, April lira. 'E. Johnson.'M,
D. Tailor, P. II. 1)odge, Mrs. It. C.
Per stmr Manila Kea for Hllo nnd
vay ports Major Wellls, Sam Parkelr
Jr., C. Waldecr. Mrs. Wnldcyer. N. J.
Schullenbeiger, C. W Ashford, J. Har
ris McKcnzto, Rev. H. P. Judd, Mrs.
liuld, Mrs. II. It. llryant, Hugo Frear.
Vdam Lindsay. y. n. Shlpman, Carl
iniltli, A. Horner, M. Omsted. J. II.
"Ilasucn, Mrs. Classen, A. Mason, Jas.
?. Taylor, R. Hunt, W. II. arecnwell
r. A. Mnirnlre, F. N. Payne, Geo, Glbb,
Per stmr Klnau for Knunl ports, Apr
2C it. Jongenell.
Per stnir Ciaudlno for Hawaii and
Maul ports, April 29 Miss Edith Me!
r, Miss E. F, Mist.
Per slmr Miknhnla for Mnul and
Moloknl porls, Apt II 26 J. F. G.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
.- . Tuesday, Aorll 26.
IH-P Arrjved A,prll 25: Ship E(warU
sowau, nenco April i;i.
Mills arq ruo at Honolulu 'fr'ort
mints ns follows:
San Francfsco--'Tcr China, April 25.
Vokohamq Per Mnngdilo., May 7.
Vancouver Per Mnrnma, April 29.
Mails will depart for the loUowJnF
oln't ns "follows:
San Francisco Per Sierra, April 27.
Vqkohama Per China 'April '2G.
Colonies Por Mnrailia, 'April 29.
Vancouver Per Makurn. April 20.
Po Sing struck Chlng Tung over
tho head .with tlio llmh of n tree pur
feet long und two Inches In diameter
atKalQit raising a largo bruUo on tho
head or the latter and .ho yyas hailed
beforo 'Judge Cooper tills morning to
tell nil nbolit It.
It oppcared from (ho evidence Intro
duced that Po was a laborer for Water
houso nnd Compariy ut liallhl 'and
uiiing cnmueii over a renco lo remove
pn obstruction rpm nn Irrigation
ditch In Iho property ho was minrd.
Jng. Chlng had somo growing things
of ills o.vyn which hp wished to recclvo
1110 ueneiu of tno water In tho ditch
Which-was being held itn by tho ob.
Btructtonjn neighboring propeity, nnd
ro without asking lenvn went In nnd
attempted to got busy.
l'O was on tno job and resented tho
: mmln (if nnnrnnnli nt tfi.i .(!... nk.i
wlllinnl oven iFlvlnir inn,li, ..li.L
tho tree limb and hit his conn rvmnn
mpjr'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
49 vtvsi y
Monday, April 2.1.
Hongkong via Japan ports Chlhu, 1.
M. 8. S., 5 p. m. ,
Kauai ports Noeati, stmr., C p. in.
Tuesday, April 2C.
IIIIo via way ports Mauna Kea,
slmr., noon. '
VE8SELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, April 26. '
Victoria and Vaqcptiycr Makura C.
A. S. S., 9 p. ni.
Kauai ports Klnau. stmr., 5 p.lm.
Wednesday, April 27. '
San Fratlclsco Sierra, O. S. S.. 10
'rnnclsco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
I Per P. M. S. S. China for Hongkong
via jnpan ports April 25. Mrs. S. D.
Hcapy, Tnl Lung. Tnl Iz. Morris- S.
Michael Dr. O. Ileasegnwa, Mrs. KlBe.
1 PAB8ENQERS BOOKED " "
Per.stmr. Mauna Loa. for Kona an.i
P01". April 2C.-J. Oolstelq.
DlCkSOn. M. COWlCV. UlshOn I.lplldrt
w - I-'ranklln, Mrs. tanklln, Mlsj
Lloyd, Mrs. Mursberg, D. Pae.
-. urawioni, H. Crawford.
Per M. N. S. 8. Wllhelnllna for San
Francisco, April 27 Mrs. M. M. Mooro
and child, Miss Mooro, Mrs. 'F, Lyser
and 2 children, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H.
Tarleton nnd children, Dr. J. IJoattle
J. D, Kendall, Mrs. W. W. 'Chllholm.
Mrs. Ueattle, Mrs. F. n. Angus, Miss
E. A. Stone, Mrs. P. M.s Dlake. Mr. and
Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Thummell. Mrs. Florence nanham.
Miss A. S. Parker, Miss Diets, Miss
T, Blackburn, Miss noHo Johnson. Mr.
and Mrs. T. F. Williams, Mrs. T. C.
Smith and child, Mrs. O. U .Williams,
Master Williams, Miss Oracp Cooke
Mr. and Mrs. Vf. D. Alexander. T. A.
Clarke. 8. a. Wilder. Mrs. eave, Mrs
J. M. Levy, Miss' P. 0. Roberts, Mrs!
L. L. La Pierre. Miss M. Schnon, 8.
D. Barlow, II. n. King, Mrs. J. J.
Caroy. Mrs. C. B. Tlofgaard, O. H. An
gus, Mrs. O. II. Angus,-E. A. Da,vls,
W. C. Parke, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Oh
mor, Mrs. S. O. Wilder, Mrs. A. T. At
lilnson, Mr. ond Mrs. J. A, Wilder,
Mrs. O. P. Castlo, Mrs. M E. Tenoey.
Mrs. N k. Jordan, Mrs. O. Murphy.
Mr. ntld Mrs. F. L. Waldron. Miss' P.
jvir. anu jiirs. y. 1.. waldron. Mis
M. Dayf09t. Mrs. J. "IJ. Uayf,oot,
and, M.-s. O. Peavey, Jtr. 'C. II V
Mr. E. D. Lufkln. Mrs. 3. A. Itlct
son, MJss A. Thompson, Mrs. Oolb,
n. u, nauifui, iurs. J. U$M, Mrs.
L. Smlth-fljorlh, Jjrs, Jacsan'and mo
ther. Mi'. C. Averda'm, Mr. E. C. Burk
hnrdt, E. J. Yllet -Mrs, II. Meyer.
II. P. Iaje nnd family, Mr. Poultney
Blgelow,-Mr. B. Ilnihn. Mr. nnd M's.
Carpcnlcr. Miss J. Centor.
Per p. S. S. Sierra, for San Francis
co, April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Stark. 1).
I). Shumwoy, Mrs. ShumwayMiss D.
T. Fullaway, Miss Lewis, A.C, 8iohl
pr, F. L.1Ioogs, Ca'pt. and Mrs. A. E.
Knight, Mrs. It. Itejnolds, V. Jtetzor,
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Lyon, Miss A.
Thompson. MIbs A. C. Klnuoy, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W .Pendfeton Tl rt 'irlnV n
,M. AVarnor, Sirs. Wrner, A. D. Pope',
. , nuiiiir mr. acnuiiz, j. H.
TJlIls. Chas.'v. Howard, C. C. L, Mom
nlcilleli, Mrs. II. Meyer, Mrs, T. E
Wall Mrs J. E. Mervjn. J. Fla'nnlgan".
Mrs. II, II, Piotner, Mr. Dodd, A. Her
bert. Mrs. Beptley, J. II. McKlnnon, M.
Dsyfoot, Miss Dayfcot Mrs. A. W
Babbldge, Mrs. C. II, Humphrey. Mr.
and Mrs, Vf. J. Schliltz. Miss Scott,
Mrs. M, M, 8cot,t, Mrs. W. C, Bailey;
Mr. and Mrs. E, 0. Perrino N .D
Collins, Mrs. J. Cunhn, Mrs Alice Frcl
jas, Miss 8. Pratt, Mr, nnd Mrs. T. It.
Woodbridgo, Miss M., BlggaH, J. j."
Sullivan. C. A. Brans. B.T. BrpmfleJ.1
Mrs E Wood, A. K, VIerra. Mrs, May.'
er. D 8, lead. Wm. C. Xyon, E, ljart
Mrs A, Kodgers, Mr. and ty-s. Spalo
1 V. ,SA,ILINO, of the Mats9n Nav.
Ign Ion freighter Hvades fmm n.m
with Eenerol cargo Is reported pij Mqa.
day. The Ityades Is bringing down! ,,
assorted freight, Including feed, W
and lumber. ' "r
? l"ving sailed from San
Francisco for 8eat,tlo nn Monday. Tho
vessel Is brlnelng Uoftolulu cargo.
SBt.r; ' ' ji