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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1912.
liMMC S. P.
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IBS lirt cl.is, ilnule, S. P.! $1111 tlrst -Iiism, round lrl, S.iii PriiurNrn.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.. General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Simmer uf Hip above company will mil nt Ilnnululii nun leave tills
Milt nil or about the dates mentioned below:
nil! 'i nr oitirvr.
S. C. Persia May 11
5 S. Kooa May 10
C. ?. Siberia May II
v iii i Tii hi m n ii
I iir rcti ml Inlnrm.iHtm apply to
H. Hackfeld &
T0Y0 KISEN KAISHA
Steamers ot the uliovo Cii'ii)nny
iilm'lt the (Kites liiuiilloued below:
voit tiii: ohihnt.
K. S. Shinyo Maru Mav 24
S. B. Chiyo Maru . . June 21
C. 0. Tenyo Mnru July 18
0. 6 Nippon Maru July 12
'r.,11 'd Mniiili. omitting en II at
CASTLE & COOKE,
Matson Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honoiulu.
PIIOM S FltAM'IM'O. POIt S I'll IM'ISCO.
S. S. Lurhno ... May 3 S. S. Honolulan May 1
S. S. Wilholnuna ..... May 14 S. S. Luilinc May 14
S. S. Honolulan . . . May 21 S. S. Willielmina May 22
S. S. Lurlinc Juno 5 8. S. Honolulan May 29
S. S. Lurline June 11
S. S. HYADES sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about
MAY 11, 1312.
Por further particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
I'Olt Pl.ll AXI APSTHAI.H. POIt VAM'OI'VPIt.
C. S. Marama May 22 S. S. Makura May 21
S. S. Makura June 19 S. S. Zealandia June 18
S. S. Zealandia July 17 S. S. Marama July 16
- THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
Yl.i Tehiiiintepec, eierj sixth day. Prrluhl reeelied at all times nt the
Coiiip.injN nhurf, list Street, Smith Hrimkl)n.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail about . MAY 3
S. S. ARIZONAN, to sail about MAY 14
S. S. VIRGINIAN. to sail about MAY 25
Por further Information apply to II. HVCKPPMI .v. CO., LTD., :tt,'i-ut,
.Honolulu. C. P. M0I1SP., (leneral PrelKht Agent.
Phone 2295 Reaches
Hnstace-Peck Co., Ltd.
AM, K1.MIS OP HOCK AND SAXH P01! CO.VCHETK WOHK.
PIHPUOOI) AM) COAL.
a qpi:i:x sthppt. i. o. hox 212
For particulars see
Fred. L. Waldron.Ltd.
836 Fort Street
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MiJm-'- MQll 1 55 nini ut 8 30 a. m.: returnftig. arrives lu MHHHIMHiiLMHIHHHMHfllaHHMHH IVl' -- Kllll". J'r K"inl ports, l '. : M
luc jbiv m m ' iiommiiu at ju;iu i in, 1110 iiiiiiii.-u m m
iV Sin muv&o inc. tnn.n Pearl City Inward. H SU
Jim Kt ... " T IB W lisu ni'Hi ia iihii vvu ivi hviiiuiihj tivavll i M
& flsm " f j I ('"5' "'J' H walks and Sidewalks In preparation for cement work. Hj
rOrtegrOWm -i Honolulu Construction & DrayingCo.,Ltd. I
HaRk' t .... , . Photo rngnnlinr of highest grailc B Robinson Building Queen Street H
aW9&f Will llrt 11 r,ln l,l,,r '"' xt'cnrcd from the II 11 1- Emb h isWBssafalS
BiW III 1U 11 sLlaaHaisHHsiaBHaLHaHHflalHnHLsi
Airhc S. P.
. .MAY 6
POIt S FKIMMSCO.
0. S. Siberia
S. S. China
S. S. Manchuria
Co., Ltd., agents
will (nil nt and leave llotiolulii tin or
pok s l'H.i.scisro.
S. S. Chiyo Maru May28
S. S. Nippon Maru June 18
S. S. Slunyo Maru .. July 16
S. S. Tenyo Maru . June 25
LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu.
Oahu Railway Time Table
For VVnlnnao. Walalua, Knhuku and
Way HliUloiiB D:l.r, a. in., 3-20 p m.
For Pearl City, Rwn Mill and Way
Siatlons ii 30 u. in., 3:10 a. m.,
11:30 n. m 2:IU p. m 3:20 p. m
r. -tr p. in., to:30 p. ui , Til: 15 p. 111
Por Wahlawa and I-ellehua 10:20
a. 111., Ti:l5 p. in., t9:30 p. m., tll:K.
Arrive Honolulu from Knhuku, Wal
nluti and Wulauac 8,36 u. in., 5:31
Arrive Honolulu from Kwa Mill and
Pearl City 1":45 a. in., '8:30 u. in.,
11-02 a. ui., '1:40 p. in., 4.20 p. m.,
r, si p. m., '7:30 p. m,
Arrive Honolulu from Wnhlnwa and
I-llehua 9:15 a in., tl:40 p. 111.,
5:31 p. in., 110:10 p. m.
"'he Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only tlrst class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
tit 8 3G a. m.; returnftig, arrives lu
lotiolulu at 10:10 p m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walamie
' outward, and Walanno, Walpahu and
Pearl City Inward.
Dally. tSunday Uxcupted. tSuli-
0. P. DKN'ISON, F. C. SMITH,
Superintendent. O. P A.
PitnblMicd In lt.'.S.
Bishop & Co.
Commrrt'lul nnd Travelers'
I.i Hers dt Crrdll l.iii-il on
Die Hank of California ntul
'I lie London Joint Slock Hank
Corrcponiliiiti for the
Amcrlrnn PxprcM Cihiiiiiiij
nnil Tho. Cook Si Son.
luliTP-ti .illovted on Term
mid Sittings Hunk DcpnsIK
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL fnrt,(lllO
GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO
I m lies jour Atrouiil nnil
oilers siillsf.ii'torj MTiilf.
Lo.ins nt market rain.
i:chnngo nnil Cable trans,
TrinrlcrH1 ('red Us and
Checks available mrjnluTr.
The YoKohama Specie
HKAI) OH'ICE YOKOHAMA
Cnpltul Subscribed. Yen 48,000,000.
Capital Paid Up.... Yqn 30.000,000
llesurvud l'uud ....Yen 17,f00,000
General hanking business
transacted. Savings accounts fjr
1 utid upwards.
Fire and burglar-pfoof vaults,
with S.ifo Deposit lloxes for rent
at $2 per year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to bo !iept on
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to bo applied for.
YU AKAl, Manaicer.
Honolulu Offlcc, Ilethcl and Mer
chant Streets. Telephones 2421
and K.IM. P. O. Hox 168.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL
STOVES and. RANGES
Corner King and Uithop Streets
Phono No. 3067
OF ALL KINDS
DEALERS IN LUMBER
ALLEN &. ROBINSON
Queen Street ... Honolulu
Consulting, Designing nnd Con.
Ilrldgcs, Dulldlngs, Concieto Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and lCstlnmtes un Pro
jects. Phone 1045.
Xens edlllon of AiuerlraiiOliivviillr
People mid ludiistrloi, Mils for tlftceii
(cuts 11 cop). Mriiiped mid mulled
for twenlj-llve cents when iiddresses
lire kiipMlled lo the II 11 1 1 1-1 1 11.
Arll-llc Job pilutlni; can iilvvnjs ho
ohtalued from the II 11 1 let Ill's com
pletely equipped Job printing plant.
I) v 0 11 1 11 g 11 11 1 1 e 1 1 11.
II u 1 1 0 1 1 11 mis hest HuhIiicss (letters.
I CRUSHED ROCK i
Alexander k Baldwin,
; Commission Merchants,
and Insurance Agents
Ilnwuliitn Commercial Hwcsr Co.
Hulkii Sugar Company.
Huul Agricultural Cumpiinr.
Hawaiian Bugnr Company.
Knhuku Plantation Company
clliydo Sueur C'ompn.iy.
Knhulul Hnllroud Cotnpuny.
KhuhI Railway Company.
Hnlku Fruit and r.irklnic Company,
Knunl Fruit snd Land Company.
HONOLULU, T. H.
SUGAR FACTORS, SHIPPING AND
FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, TOURISTS'
BAGGAGE AND AUTOMOBILE
riu-n I'lnntnllon I'miipiny
V.'iililiia Ai;rlcullur,l Co, Ltd.
Kohnhi Rugnr Co
Apolum HiiKnr Co, Ltd
Million Navigation Co.
Toy" Klcn Knlsha
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
OKKICRllS AND DIliKCTORS
H F HIBHOP Trcsldent
(H'.O. 11. HOllEUTSON
Vlce-Preoldetit and Manager
W. V. NORTH Treasurer
niCHAUD IVKHS Secretary
.1 n. AI.T Auditor
OEO n. CAnTEU Director
II. A. COOKH Director
A. O ARTI.nY Director
Is not n I.iixur) ; 11 Is :i Noeessllr.
Hut you Must have the IICST
iind that Is pruvlde'd hy tho famous
mid most ciitilliilile Laws of jIiismi
rliuselU, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OP HOSTOX, MASSACHUSETTS.
If )nn wnitlii he fully Informed about
these Inns, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
1IOXOMII.IT. T. II.
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
(leneral Agent for Hawaii!
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
Xew York Undent rltcrs' Aciict.
Providence Maslilmiton Insiiraiiro Co.
llh PLOOIt, STAXOPXAVAM) IIMK1.
KAHN SYSTEM of REINFORCED
Cup Bars, Rib Metal, Hy, Rib, Lath,
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands
Chemical Engines and
l'or Sale hj
J. A. GILMAN
VKSSPLS TO AllltlVK
Friday, May 2.
KonaKnii ports Kllauca
Saturday, May 4.
Mnnlla via Nugasukl, Japan Thorn-
an. ir. S; A. V.
Illlii la way ports Manna Ken,
Sunday, May 5.
Maul. M'llnl.al nmi Lanal ports Ml
Kauai ports Klnau, Btmr.
Tuesday, May 7.
Hongkong vln .Inpnn ports Slbe
rln, 1'. M. S. S.
Wednesday, May .
Maul nnd Hawaii ports - Claudlne,;
San Prntielsco I.urllnc, M. N. S
Kaunl ports V. 0. Hall. stmr.
Friday, May 10.
HoiikIiqiie via Jiipnu iirts lluyo
Mnru. Jap. stmr.
Saturday, May 11.
Mtutl. Mololtnl mid Lanal ports Ml
Knit Prnnclsco Persln, 1. M. S. 8.
IIIIo via way ports -.Manna Kea, sir.
Sunday, May 12.
Kaunl ports Klnnii, stmr.
Monday. May 13.
San Prntielsco Hhorinnti, II. S. A.T.
Tuesday, May 14.
ItnimkniiK ln Japan ports Chlnn
P. M. S. H.
San Pratielsco Wllhclmlnn
Thursday, May 16.
Sail I'rniiclMC( Korea, P. M. S. S
Friday, May 17.
San Pranclsco Sierra, O. S,
Tuesday. May 21.
Australian and New Zealand Porta.
Mtikuin. CVA S. S.
San l'taiiclsco Honolulan, M. N.
Ilimr.knni; vln .lnian porln Man
ehiirlu, P. M. H. S.
Wednesday, May 22.
Victoria ntul VuncuHwr Mnrnmn.O.
A. S. 8.
Friday. May 24.
San Pianclsto Shlnyo Mnru, .lap.
Tuesday. May 23.
IloiiRk-nnK via Japan ports Chiyo
Maru, Jap. Htmr.
Friday. May 31.
Snn Pranclsco Siberia, P. M. S. S,
vi:ssi:i.s to dkpaut
Thursday. May 2.
Port Smi I.iiIb Santa llltn, Am. str.
Knual ports W. u. nan, Bimr..
Friday, May 3.
Hawaii via Maul ports Clniidlne,
stmr.. 5 11. in.
l'.iirekn, Cnl. Saint Kllda, Ilr. Btmr,
Hiillna Cruz via Island ports Colum
hlnn. A.-H. S. S.
Sunday. May 5.
San Pi nnclsco Thomas, V. S. A. T.
Monday, May 6.
Knual ports Nocau. stmr., 5 p.m.
Tuesday, May 7.
Hlln via way ports Manna Kea
t-tmr.. 10 a. in.
Koua and Kan ports Kllattea, stmr.,
Maul, Molokal and Lannl ports Ml
knhaln, stmr., 5 p.m.
San Pranclsco Siberia, P. M. S. S.
Kaunl ports Klnau, stmr., 6 p.m.
Friday, May 10.
Central and South America Iluyo
Maru, .lap. Httnr.
Saturday. May 11.
llnnRkont' via .Inpnn ports Persln,
P. M. S. S.
Monday, May 13.
Mnnlla via (Iiiam Sherman, U. S.
Tuesday, May 14.
Sail Prntielsco China, P. M. S. S.
San Pranclsco Lurline. M. N. S.S.
Thursday, May 16.
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea,
P. M. S. S.
Friday, May 17.
Kona nnd Knu ports Kllnucn, stmr.,
Tuesday, May 21.
Victoria nnd Vancouver Makura,
C-A. S. S.
Sau Pianelsco Manchuria, P. M.
Wednesday, May 22.
Sau Pranclsco Wllholnilna, M. N.
S. S.. 10 a.m. 1
San Pranclsco Slorrn, O. S. S
Australln vln New Zealand ports
Muiiuna, C.-A. S. S.
Friday. May 24.
Hongkong via Japan ports Shlnyo
Main, Jap. slmr.
Tuesday, May 28.
Pan Pranclsco Chiyo Mnru, Jap.
Wednesday, May 29.
San PratiLlsco Honolulan, M. N.
Friday, May 31.
Hongkong via Japan ports Sibe
ria, P. M. 8. S.
Per stmr. Clniidlne. for IIIIo via way
polls, May ". -Mis. (leo. Ordwuy, llr
NolluKo, Miss llalley. Miss Camoroli,
W. T. Frost, Mra. (lonsnles, (Illbort
11 lii'own, H. Ilerrlek llrown, I. U
Kvnuss, C. C. .lames, Hov. .11. P. Judd,
Itev. II. II. Dodge, A. K. Lewis,
Per stmr. Kllauea, for Kunn and
Kau ioits, May ".Mr., and Mrs. W
L Cutumliigs. T. Osakl.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Knunl ports,
May 7.- .1. V llackfold.
Per stmr. Manna Kea, for IIIIo via
way ports, May 7.- MIsb L. Turnor,
Miss .1. C. Pratt, Mr. nnd Mrs, A.
Cropp, Miss V. Thonias, Mrs. M. A.
Hlln. Mr. ntul Mis. (Sco. J, O'Neill, 12.
N. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hfggs,
Mr. and Mrs .1. llnptist nnd Infant, J.
M. Withers. Miss Shnnunn, II. V. Shin
gle. Mr. St. Hoar.
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, for Knual, May
Mrs. M. Kneo. Col. French. Major
Willis, C. IJ. Itlploy,
OLD AND NEW
Marked Improvements There
in the Last Five Years
By a Traveler.
PANAMA. Thl old Spanish city,
located nt (lie southern extremity of
the. Panama Canal. linH ImproUMl much
In tine Very Important ntul essential
dotnll Blnco flvo years ngn a civic
Ono hears tho snmo sonorous clang
Im: of n gong mid stepping hastily
nslde, pel haps In tho lienor that a
piece of llrc-llghtlng nppnratUH Is nlioiil
rush hy. Is surprised to soo n llllpii
tlaii horse uikrIiik slowly nloni; with
a InrRo two scnicu vohtcio provtden
wlth ruhher tires. Hut tho cnnlnKO Is
cuinrortnlili! nnd tho charge so moder-
nto that rldlns seetiis preferable to!
Theie Is n new municipal building
of appearance nt once rospoctnblo and
ui-to-dnte, nnd the old flat arch In the
ruins of nn ecclesiastical structure
nearby, continuing to hold up nothing
In particular, N still n marvel to build
ers of today, 111 It may have been, per
haps, when In thd iciilth or Its struct
ural usefulness. And thereby hnngs
n tale, If the legend may bo depended
noon for accuracy, for It says that the
nrch tumbled twlco about the cars of
the masons, when a thoughtful monk
stood hetienth It whllo It wns hclnc
fashioned for tho third time, remark
ing Hint If It did not fall then and
(here. It would etiduro for nil tlmo.
lint the prnetlenl eltlcn of today Is
mom apt to hellovo that n good Kt out
wooden form stood theio Instead of
the monk, nnd perhaps tho builders.
prolltliig by former experience, wisely
Improved the ipinlliy or ineir tnoiiar
lu the meantime, lliul It tiecn equal
to that ninde liv the llomniis, who In
veitled tho arch, there might havo
been no trouble III the llrst place.
The cathedral, across tho principal
plaza from the hotel, looks down with
il'cnlty, If not nlvvays with approval,
upon the multiplied transactions oft
('ally IITe. Its history Is fur nil tlmo
associated with tho ancient anil hon
orable charcoal tnilllc. Inasmuch as It
wns built hy the Hist lllshop of Pana
ma nnd paid for hy his patrimony.
which chanced to ho n large Ruin of
money amassed hy his father In that
vocation. As tho story runs, hoth had ,
eomplcNlons rivaling the charcoal in , Lieutenant ( ohmel Archlhnhl Camp,
daikness hui no normal being could ''c. former adjutant geuenil ot this
II ml Haws In the good lllshop's iuteii- department, and now net inn iidjutatit
Hour. To crcw the space between tho, neiierol, 1ms heeiy continued by tho
medieval and tho modern, compnra- Kciiato as 11 lieutenant colonel of tho
lively speaking, one Ulysses S. Clrant.j Coast Artillery Corp. Colonel Cninp
nloiiK about lStiS, In tho Infancy cf tho bell takes innk from April 1 last.
Panama railway, crossed It nnd came
horo on his way to California with his
(Ion. Iladeii Powell of boy scout
fntno Is herb nnd was properly met by
a local body of that organization, n
circumstance that Is said to have af
forded him much pleasure. The 10th
United Stales Infantry Is hare, nnd I
taw one company of It nt Los Cascn
das, a few miles north of hero, on my
way down, from tho rear end 'of an
Flat arches, black bishops and boy
scouts are all very well ns matter of
comment and each entitled to Its modi
cum of Interest, but they nro all es
sentially prosaic ns compared with tho
poetic cxperlenco of spinning down
tor out as the case may be) to old
Panainn. lu an Amorlcaii car managed
by a chauffeur with tho complexion of
a rlpo banana and tho vocabulary of
old Cnstllo mixed with American
slang. Tho rond would make n good
appenranco anywhere and winds
through n beautiful country known as
the savannaliB, passing through vil
lages, moro or less prosperous-looking
plantations nnd tho very primitive!
habitations of tho ones who llvo closj
The Cnrlb Indlnns llvo In tho Jungln
nnd nro Bald to uso tho most prlmltlvo
dothlrig except whon coining to town.!
Old Panama Is being dug out from thol
Jungle hy tho Panamanian government
with convict labor. The logenn runsiwo urge you who nro sitircrlng with
that In tho zenith of Its prosperity it! Indigestion or dyspcpsln to try Itoxall
numbered 20.000 peoplo, but the hue
cniieer Morgan camo here with hlj
men and devastated tho town. Tho
load being constructed through tho
Hilns Is composed largely of tho frag
mentary evidence of former existence,
biokou brick and stone, terra cottn.
Tho brick wcro tho lint kind llko those
used by the Romans, nnd thcro may
bo scon occasionally portions of walls
slnidllug covered with tho redundant
vegetation of tho tropics. Thero Is a
ruined tower of an old castlo with
larco tiees growing upon It nnd part
of an eccleslasllcal structure may ho
Been In tho forest. Tho road has not
yet been cut to those structures and
wo plunged Into Till kinds of places in
n aching Ihciu, seldom being nlilo to
sco wheio our feet were going to land
and nnrrovvly esinplng many fnlls. Tho
shrill cry of tho parrokoet disturbed
tho solemn (inlet of the plnco. Morgan
did his work most effcclually. Imng
Ino n small nrea of Pompeii ns It
would look If much moro broken up
than It Is today, covered with nil al-l
most Impenetrable growth of vegotn-
Hon, mid n good Idea will bo had ot
tho piescut appearance or old Pana
Malls are due from the folhiwlng
points ns follows:
Yokohama Siberia, Mny 7.
Ban Francisco Liu line, May S.
Vlelnila Maranin. May 22.
Colonies Mnkula, May 21.
Malls will depart for tho following
points ns follows:
YokohuuinPersln. May 11.
Vancouver Makura, May 21.
Colonies Maiumn, May 22.
Sau Francisco Thomas, May 5.
tmer date of April 23 the II it lie
tin ni'i'Kpil n kttir froni tho Oann
dlfii Hunk of Commerce of Han Trim
elKio reiiuestliiB Hint n copy of tho
special (dltlnii recently piilillshed he
mailed them, uch letters as these
prove that tho II ul let I n's special Is
suoi are iipprcclnted nbroad and show
how they nilvertlsp Hawaii. 'J'ho let
ter rejds lis follows:
"12 v n t n d Hill let I ii, Honolulu,
'Dear Sirs: Some tlmo nuo, we im
derstnnd, you Ismed n special news
pajicr cuntiilnliiK Inrnriiintluii concern
IliK nil HiiKiir companies In the llauiil-
ht Islands, ir you have n spate copy
"f, hl". I"1", ttt' 'ho"1'1 '"' very """"'l
"''"Ked If you would kindly forward
"ii iu iir. j ourn niiuiliili ,
"A C STP.Vr.N,
Spciulullou In army circles hero as
to who would buck ed to command of
tho eastern illWxIun, made vacant by
tho sudden (Until uf ticmrul Uraiit,
have coded with the news vvhkli
leaeliid hete In Ihe'l.iKt mail that (leu
eial Hairy li.ul In cm appointed to the
(leneral Arthur Murray, whose recent
visit to (II1I111 broiiKht liini Into close
touch Willi ollleeiH here, hud been men
turned lor tho position. As n roriner
elder of thu coast artillery, (leneral
Munuy wns considered to be In lino
fur 11 command which Included so
much Mst defciiMi ordnance. Hovv-
evir, it has been known fur some lime
that (ieiinal Wood considered West
Point too small a (omm.iuil ror'u ma
jor Kcncinl, mid that tho War Depart
ment has been planning to shirt (ien-
ral Harry whin opportunity otTired,
so his new appointment docs not come
altogether ns a surprise.
The rumor that Colonel Wlsser, f
A. C, recently hi command at tho
Presidio, Han rrnnclscn, was In lino
lor general otllcer, Is strengthened by
the news that Colonel Ilarinali ha1"
bfen ordered from the Philippines to
duty nt the Presidio.
A board of army olllccrs has been
appointed to meet nt Governors Island
to Investigate nnd report on nrmy
bands nnd band Instruments, nnd on
the advisability of establishing nn
nriny music mhool. Thhi Is n new
RELIEVE YOUR STOMACH
We Villi IKIp You lo Do It.
Dyspepsln may be completely eradi
cated If properly treated. Wo sell n
remedy thnt wo positively guaranteo
will completely rellovo Indigestion or
dyspepsia, for Hie mcdlclno used dur
ing tho trial will cost the usor noth-
This remedy has been nnmed Hcxall
Dyspepsia Tablets. Ceitalnly no offer
could bo moro fulr, and our offer
should ho proof positive Hint Itaxnll
Dyspepsia Tablets nro n dependable,
Inasmuch as the medicine will cost
you nothing If it docs not benefit you,
Dyspepsia Tablets. A 2.'-rent box
contains enough mcdlclno for firtcen
dnys' treatment. For chronic cases
wo hnvo two latger sizes, SO emits nnd
51.00, nomnmbor, you can obtain
Hoxnll Ilemedles only at our storo
Tho llexall Store. Ilenson, Smith &.
Co., Ltd., Fort and Hotel streots.
SHRINERS' SPECIAL TO
MAKE LONGEST TRIP
PHILADELPHIA, Pn., April 22.
The longest trip ovor mndo by n spo
clol train will leavo this city Snturday
for Snn Francisco and tho Const. It
will take tho Lulu temple of tho Mystic-
Shrlners nnd their frlouils to tho
convention of Shrlnnrs nt Los Angeles.
lleforo tho sieclnl gels back to Phil
ndeliihla It will havo traveled S.IOO
miles, Aricr leaving Los Angeles It
will go nil tho way up thn const to
Victoria, II, C, and will return through
tho Canadian llocklos, the great now
nnithcrn wheat Holds and St. Paul,
Throughout tho trip tho travelers
will llvo on tho cars, which nt overy
long stop will bo parked nt tho most
convenient points for sightseeing.
4- . . 4.
Logan, from .Honolulu for Manila, nail
ed April 11.
Sherman, from Honolulu for' Snn
Francisco, arrived April 14.
Slieiidan from Honolulu for Ban Fran
cisco, -Arrived April 7.
Crook, at San Francisco.
lluforil, Balled San Fianelsco for'Mox
lean por 1 11.
Warren Stationed nt Ihe Philippine!.
'Iho'mns, Balled from Manila for Ho
nolulu April 10.
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