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r.VRN'INO nUM.KTJN, HONOLULU, T H. SATt'RDAY. APRIL 28. 11
BlSMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
BlSMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriage, Buggies and Sad
dle Hortei on short nolle.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
7i30 p. m.
Honolulu Chapter Special
Honolulu Commander Special
S p. m.
Leahl Chapter Initiation.
Perfection Regular 0 p. m.
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members nf llio
order are ronllnlly lnllol to nt
tend meeting of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I O. O V. Hall. Port street.
K. II. !li:NI)llY. Secretary.
ui.mrii i: sciiWAitziiRitn, n.o.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of F.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. Kins
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
o. j. wnrrr.iiKAi). o.c.
r. WAI.DItON, k.tls.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mceln every Prldny evening nt
K. P. Hall, KIiik street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic I.odge, No. 2. Wm. Mc
Klnlcy I.odge. No, 8, and vlslllns
brotlicrs cordially Invited.
A. I). IIONT). C. C.
A. 8. KKNWAY, K.ILS.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. 0. E.
Honolulu LodKO No. C1C, II. P. O. E.,
-will meet In tbelr ball, on Miller
and Iieretanla streets, every Friday
Ily order of tbo R. II.
HAItllY II. 8IMPS0N,
ii. n. MUiuiAY, n.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 6, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evenlnR at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, KlnR
itmt VlsltliiR brothers cordially lu-Tit-1
M. M. JOHNSON, C.C.
B. A. JACOI1SON, K.H.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and till WRONRS
DAY evenlnRS nf emh month nt 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. nail, KlnR street.
VlsltliiR Ragles uro Invited to at
SAM McKRAiTUR. W.P.
II. T. MOOKi:, W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets overy first and third THUnS-
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Follows' HulldlnR, Fort street, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
Is drtlred nt every meeting,
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOE3, No. 8110, A. 0. F.
Meets evory 2d and th Tuesday of
each month at 7.30 p. m.. In San An
tunlo Hall, Vineyard street.
VlFltliiR brothers cordially invited
a. k. virrra. o. n.,
M, C. PAOIIRCO, F. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
rnilMY of each month In I. O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. C. MrCOY. Sachem.
a. i: muupiiy. corn.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, 7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P. 0. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 101.
YARD, corner QUEEN A MILILANI.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Bottled and In Bulk
o by o
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
Wall paper, well
chosen, beautifies a
house. We have just
received our new sea
sons' patterns and very
novel and beautiful they
are. The designs and color.
Ing are, as a whole, decidedly
In advance of past offerings. An
early Inspection will ensure a sat
isfactory choice, :: :: :: :: ::
Lewers & Cooke,
177 80, KINO ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Manager
H. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vic President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vic Pre.
L. T. Peck Third Vies Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. 8mlth Director
COMMISSION MERCHAN1S and
Hawaiian Commercial & 8ugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Comoany,
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
CAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE 80LICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union St nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand.
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Wank books of all sorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Ilulletln Pub.
' LOCAL AND 6ENEBAL
ma line for a week Is the cost of
a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene
fit secured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 centsl
White steam nulos, Stockyds stable,
llmkrtbnll nt the Y M (' A. I pent
poind until next Snturdny
I nest In cards, llenkbnno, the en-
Knurr Fort street. Phono Main 231
llrgulir mooting of the William Mo.
Ulnle) Lodge. K of P this evening
the lurk Rdwnrd Mny sailed ApllI
i- from San Francisco for Honolulu.
n American bu Is wonted for a
good position Address N. S., initio-
Every bread winner can enjoy "lln
nler Hi el-" so enn his wife and chll
Iren The bark Andrew Welch will snil
Immediate!) fiotn Han l'ranelsco for
Neatly furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular. $1, (1 CO and 12 per week. 1213
The llrlllsh ship Fnlrporl. Captain
Armstrong untied April 20 from Ham
burg for Honolulu.
Tlio I'alinin chapel cntertnlunieut
Willi h was to bo given Mny 1. Iins been
postponed until Mny 8, 19UC.
FlticKt quality Island butter from
Mrs Dora Von Tempnky's ranch, Kula
ltnmond Hnn.-h Market. Tel. 401.
For shipping to Kan Francisco Islnna
Jims ami Jclllen can be bad nt espechl
intisnt the factory, LSI Hotel street.
l'arndlso of the Pacific Floral Par
ndt Number, 52 Pages, 15 cents.
Wra ped Itendy for Mailing. At otllco,
Iron llrew Is an exceptionally line
tonic. 'I h llnwiillan Soda Works nrc
the sole ngctils nnd It Is for sale at all
b.irs, stores and restaurants.
When the weather Is hot "Arable"
will tool jour Iron roof. When tbo
weather. Is wet "Arabic" will iirecut
rust. California Feed Co, agents.
The band will play this afternoon nt
the haxchnll grounds Tomorrow tin
band will go for the day to Wnlnnnc,
letumlng nt 10 o'clock lu the evening.
Jubilee Incubators. Tlio businc-j
uiachlne. Hot water sjstcm, not hot
nlr. Ren them before buying. M. W.
McChesney U Son's, Ltd , agents, Queen
Joo Cook. Portuguese police nmcer.
died suddenly nt llllo nt 2 a. in. Hun.
day. lie was an old kainajlnn on Maul
ulid hnil served several )onrs on thn
llllo pllccc force.
It Is expected that the Oregonlan will
be ready to lcnu port tomorrow oven
lug, uccordlng to schedule time. She la
binding sugnr nt tbu railway wharf for
the Atlantic coast
Tin Christ Ian Endeavor of Central
Union C'hilrch will lomluit thn 10
oMuck carmen's service tomorrow
inuitilng In the Itnpld Transit club
house. All wilconie.
'California Rurthquakes nnd Their
lessons' will be the subject at tbo 4:20
Sunday afternoon inciting nt the Y.
M C A. John M. Martin will have
charge nnd men and women are Invit
ed. I he llooln nnd Iloonln .Society will
hold their regular monthly meting at
the- Kiiplolnnl Maternity Home next
Wednesday morning nt 10 n. m , Mny
2 All members are requested to at
tend. Sachs' has some wonderful bargains
In Infants nnd chlldren'H lints nnd bon
nets Sale begins Monday morning.
There tint utso mnnv other bargains of
special Interest, See today's, advertise
Smoke a (lenoinl Arthur cigar and
find out for you i Kelt bow excellent ll
Is tour actual experience Is worth
more than our statements of the quul
lt of this great smoke. Uuiist E.iklU
t'lgnr Co, distributors.
special meeting nf tbu Social Sci
ence, club has been called to meet to
night nt the residence of W O Smith,
to toiisldc the subject of the live eon-
deuincd Koreans, uud what should bti
done concerning them
The Tax Assessor's books for tbo
year I'.uji; fur the sovernl taxation ills
tilcls will be open for Inspection by
pcisoii8 llulile for tnxatlon between tha
1st unci 1Mb day of Mny, Sundus ex
cepted Scu nd, this Issue.
U II Piper has been refused n fourth
cI.uk liquor llccnso nt l'uta, ns bo bad
not obtained the signature, of it niiijoi
Ity of the neighboring property own
urn. He appealed mid nn nppe.il board
wus made up, consisting of J J, Vincent,
(Uo W C.irr and R, F. Illshop, which
sustained the Treasurer' decision.
The regular meeting nf the Uulld
nud Woman's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will bu held on Monday uf
lernoon, April 301h nt 2 30 o'clock lit
the residence of Mrs. Clalro Williams,
27117 Kaplol.iul Park, 3 doors on the
town side of the Aquarium A full at
tendance Is specially rccpiestecl us tbo
Lenten Self Denial Offering will be
taken, and Important business matteis
'I he appraisers of the stock and Im
plements of the Uny estate hive re
turned a vuliuiltnn of J 1733. which Is
to bo pibl for them by P. M. Pond, who
bus leased the (lay Mohulein ranch
Cecil lliovvn and II. Foiko, the trustees
of the i stale, have asked thn iciurc
whether the above mini shall bo applied
to thn capital or shall bo divided
among tbo devisees u.unoj lu the will
of the late Jas, (lay.
The employes of the Itnpld Transit
company hive decided that tbo money
contributed by them to tlio San Fran
Cisco Itellef Fund should go Into the
geneial contributions and for genetal
relief. At first It was pioposed that
tiie money so contributed should go
to the benefit of tbo ciuplojcs of thn
Culled Hallways, The fund will amount
to ubout $400, Ileslelcs this, the Itnpld
iianslt Company may contribute a
Perhaps you don't own a Kodak II
you only Knew how much fun ou am
inlfcMlig by not owning one, juu wouiq
n't hesitate n moment befoio buying.
'I bo looking for subjects nt which to
take aim. In lu Itseir n splendid recrea
tion which takes your mind off tint
(Hies and woirles of life nnd nt the
Mime time opens tlio book of nature
human and otherwlso. which m.i liavn
been fc'Mled to you before Honolulu
Photo Supply Co
if yrt0 r
glasses you want
macfe by us will
and guaranteed so.
' A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort St,
over May A Co.
MONUMENT8, 8AFES, IRON FCNCE
Hawaiian Iron Rone to & Monument Worlc
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDQ., 176-180 KING 8T. PHONE 287.
The -following cable ling been r
cclvccl by A. Lewis Jr. from Btniifnid:
'(lundrnngle modi) Intnct. Tall
buildings wrecked Stanford spirit
The message Is probably from David
Stnrr Jordan, to whom Mr Ltnvls. grau
uato of Stanford, sent u uible of liuii.lry
on Monday last The cablegram scut
ny.Mr. ijwis was ns follows:
"To Itrcsldout Jordan. Stanford lint
versify. Any Honolulu snldcnts In
jcirvur vYiini uuiiuiugs clestroyed7
. f "A. LHWIS, Jr."
Women Settle Matter
IN POLICE COURT
And Prevent Trial
The truth of Shakespeare's state
nient that "All's well tha mils well"
was demonstrated In the Police Court
till morning when the inse or Mllelca
Kapiiaa (barged with annulling her
neighbor, wns colled. Mllcl.a escaped
punishment and Is now free. It nil
Happened lu this way:
Mllcka liven neighbor with I.ulkn
Aklamii on Kuaklnl street. It h nut
known that they had had nny serious
differences until recently, when the
two women engaged In n wnr of words.
which ended In Mlleka's giving her
neighbor n sevcru shove, disturbing
both her physical and mental cipilllhil
urn. Tor tills rash art Mllel.u was ar
rested on n warrant nnd was lu tbo
Police Court tills morning awaiting her
l.ulka Aklama is not bad at heart,
and the thought Hint she had had her
neighbor nriested for so smnll a thing
worried her. Thus when tlio two met
lu ((-uit, so was ready in forgive ami
forget They bad a llttlo henrt to
heart talk before) tbo trial was called,
and as a result vowed that they would
bo loyal friends for all time to come
This fne' was piade Known to tbo
Court, ami ns there, wan no prosecut
ing witness, tlicio could bo no tilal,
and Mllelca was allowed to return to
her domestic duties.
10 felt mm
llllo, Apill 2(1. Thrco distinct
shocks of earthquake weie felt In llllo
during the early bonis of Wednesday.
Uattbcpinken are, of course, by no
ii'.e.ius uncommon, but the recent catus
liopha lu S.iu Kranrlsco has probably
lenilereil most people u llttlo more
licrvinm Hum usiiiil, As it was, I ho
tiemblnis yesterday did no damage.
In thn absence of ollltlnl record It in-iy
be stated that tlio fli fit shock came a
minute or so before 2 n. in. It was pie
Cecil ed by n slight rumbling sound nud
to Hid (usual obscivcr seemed to be
n movement fiom the mouutnlns lc
unulu llw, Lui Whlln tin innvetneiil
was distinct It In not known that it did '
any mure barm thou meiely robbing a J
few Ullunlutis or tiictr iicaitty siccp.
The second shock wan very light 11
i nine a few minutes nfter the first unci chunk hllnnn duty, nbuslng prisoners
was succeeded by another fo light that nnd neglecting his work. Tho matter
mini peoplo did not feel It at all. llyiwim Investigated by Deputy Sea, who
toll iilioiui It was learned that Kau cm- obtained written statements fiom sev-
lioilniwnil Dim iomliifira lit llln unm.t a..I ... I. i-.i iii.I il
limn but suffeied nn chinuigo lleiall.
iviniHiii iitu in'i"
Evening Bulletin 75d Pr month,
Few people have not read "The Ra
ven" and "The Bells", by Edgar Al
len Poe, but his wonderful prose
works have only recently begun to be
Poe's marvelous Imagination hat
originated many splendid short stor
ies which have been the Inspiration of
many more recent writers.
Dr. A. Conan Doyle, for Instance,
admits using Poe's "Dupln" as the
model for his "Sherlock Holmes."
If you want to get a glimpse oj
Poe's great genius get a set of his
SET, beautifully bound. ..$10.
8ET, more elaborate ....$15.
8old on easy payments.
Wm. G. Lyon Go,,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
entrance on Hotel street.
The following list of names of peo
ple leported safe mine fiom Fraser
Sun I'niurU'o. April 27. U:30 p. ra.
Pollowlng safe and well:
M. W. llrower, 71 Llojd.
W. II. McLean, S2U Uuvlsndcro.
llonry Nuiil. Altu Plazn,
Petei Victor, wife, 2123 Pine.
J. I', Jordan, Vo3 Willow avenua
Sidney A, Crook, 2315 lliondwny.
W (' Crook, Jr.. 1S'J Tenth street.
P. C Clark. 108 Pulton street.
Mrs. M. A, Sullivan, 3C2(i Seventh
Mrs. S. M. Swan, 832 Shot well street.
Mis. 3. W I leers, 132fi Koll street,
Mrs. Itosnne Sticlil, 18th and Ai
knnsas. II. A. Sleffcns, 17t;n Page street,
J. (.'. Cohen Mills on the Alameda.
Mrs. l-ena Mlchelaon wants transpor
tation, refers to A, Mkkclsou, of Cot
Jus. McCroi-scn wnnts J. V McCrot.
sen to scud money to Krneer.
II. U. Williams Druthers, (loo J.
Wells, IJd Pumioy, Idorn Park, Oak
laud. Miss Jennie Midulre, r28 Stnnyen.
Ask J. W, L. Midulre to send money,
Mrs i:. C. Williams, fil2 Ashbury.
Mury Ktia sisters, Domlnldin Col
logu. Sun Hafael, Hawnllau Trust uul
Ify John Una.
U. Poor. 1IJJ Turk street.
Nell SI. Cooper, 3(13 H stn-et.
J no. T, Cuniibell, wife, 2.'t5 llrynnt
Robert Purvis, San Hafael,
Aunla A. Turton, 2U5 Diamond.
llepp ruinlly, Jobu A. Hart, 29G5 A.
Chits. W. Deacon and brother, 2230
Collego avenue, llerkeley. Notify Ko
linla. Sirs. Hen lllnkcly. 1703 O'Karrell.
wants transportation, Refers to Sirs.
Win. S. Welch, 1810 Shnttuck, llcrku-
I) Ask J. T Sllva send money.
It. C. O'Connor, lbll Scott.
J II Stliutle, 1327 Nineteenth avo
line Notify I.IIIIh, llllo.
Sirs 8, It, Irwin. 3230 Twcnly-llMt
ueei iNoiuy Alea,
SI Schweitzer, :ib00 Clay street.
P llobensteln, 2S.13 California. Wnnts
J, Itnscnstelii to come.
Sirs Pools, 1SI1 liurhnnnn.
J. I). Cnslra, Prehldlo P. O. Notify
A. I) Caktro iiixi all
Sirs n P Lunlnger, family, Altn
Sllss Kale Vlda, care Sirs, lilxtcr,
.31.. rieue street Lost nil,
II I) Wicnii. 7l)fi Kourlecnth street,
Mi Wilier. 17.'.!) Sutter.
N T (lienthe.nl, 22J 'Orange, Oak
land Anna Klcmmc, 2725 Mission. Ask
H. Klenune to gend money.
A. Hoy I.) on and wife, -113 Shrndcr
Peter SI I'lnlMin and fnmlly, 1C02
Sir nnd Mis. Paddle, 911 Linden,
Ask Then Richards If Chas. lloso-
krnnn shall sail mi the Abimedii or
High Slieilff Henry hnn discharged
Jailor J. Palatt of Walannci for being
iiii ri-Hitii'iiiH ni waiuiiiiL' Mimiiiiri inir
u,0 ,.mrgen. Among them n number
jweie men who had been nneste'd by
Mil FAVOR WER IB
ii trim m iio THimas
People Who Live NearjNumber Of Men Follow
MANY WANf HISTORIC SPOT
RETAINED BY GOVERNMENT
80ME OPP08E PLAN AND OTHERS
EXPRE8S AN INDIFFERENCE
WHEN ASKED ABOUT
Perptc living In the lower end of Nil
iinnii valley generally fnvor tbo reten
tion liy the novernment of Queen
Knuea's place for making Into n park,
though n few oppose II and others nro '
Indinerent recnr.llni- ll.r, mnri
Those who favor It do so generally for
ons. One is that bey t, Ink
u..ni.i i, r. i.c i.;,n. .,i
r l, ihny dnk It v ,mT.
m bo! or street ca"r s'rvdVo '
iwo rensnim. (lni la llml lliov llilnl;
rlin (tin... 1aI,..m a.vAn. hh !. 1
.....,, ,-, mini mi Wlllli-
When nsked for his opinion on the) "",'' ' ,, " ,, a u Vinnni. Z ,- ...
mailer. 1', A. Schaefer said he thought '0n' ' "" "," 5" Sln?"!. ' .
the .stabllsl.ment of n park there was ?""". ""0. V,"'"' ' '" 'i" r" . Vn '
not n bad Idea, nnd personally he fav- loa,.,t'' "r" '. ' ,,',',0,,, "V" "nd tbo r -ored
It The place If sold now would ' n,,n"-l,""f '"' wm' H'JZ .i
lnhl.gL"rLr..nva'uer.TVn'n,,R,, ,,,py ,m" J,,,t fo,,,,,l n cmi
,ii. i ...... ii i ... nunc. i
lll-llllll-ll, . INIIH Wlllllll IIU til Kiiie-lilli
benefit, for ho In sure that rnrs would
be operated to It In n little white. An
other thing to tnke Into consideration,
ho wild, was that tbo spot Is one nf
historic Interest, and this would bo
Inst II It should be cut tip Into smaller
trnctp and snld ns rcsldenrc property,
Arthur Johnstone fnvnrn the propo
sition more for the reason that It
would aid In getting transportation
service extended (hnn for nny other
reason, nltbougli he thinks ll would be
n delightful place far plcntclng. He
".Most of tlio poor peoplo In this
neighborhood would favor nn thing
that would help get transportation
throuch tlio vnlter. That In what we
need more than any other thing, nnd
tbo establishment nf a nark
bring the cam. It would be n lilt c
pnrl;. too, and would be nlioiit tbo best i
place) In the vicinity nf the city Tori
plcnlcn. I fnvor It."
(leorga Ilodlek said the matter was.
new to him nnd he bad not jet had
time to think It over. Therefore he
was not prcpnred to exsjess nil oplu
Mru T Wnlt.At- antl ftfm wnlilil nric
fcr to have the place sold to someone
who would niako on lb n nlcn home..
The other land lu the-nnlghhorhnod,
she said, was not on tho mnrket In n.
way to attract homeseekeni, nnd In
plnre of Its being mnde attractive with
leslclcnccH Jt Is leased to Chinese nnel
Japanese. Tho snle of tho CJuoen Km-
ma iropcrty. sho bollovcs, would an
slst In Increasing the number of homes
there, which nro so much needed.
John Cummins favors tho retention
of the place to be used as a park. Tho
location Is desirable or that purpose,
ho sas. nnd tho place should bo pro
served Intnct on account of Its historic'
THE 8ALVATI0N ARMY.
The meeting tonight commences
Sunday services: Holiness meeting
nt 10:30 u in : Sunday school ami
llllilo dnss at 3 p. in.; Young People's
meeting at r, p. m.; S-ilvatlon meeting
at 8 p. m The brass ami sljlng bands
will play, nnd there will be plenty of
good music nnd singing.
Monday night thorn will be n kpeclnl
meeting In the Knumnknplll church,
In l'alainn, commencing tit 8 o'clock.
'1 he Juniors nnd Young Peoplo nro pre
paring n good program, nnd those who
can attend the meting will get n treat
The collection will be used for the Snn
Frunilsco Biiffcrers. There will bo no
meeting In the ball that night.
Tuesday night the Young Peoplo will
have charge of Hie meeting
Thero will bo n meeting In tho hnll,
corner nf King nnd Nuiinnii streets,
every night, unless nthervvlso ou
tiounced. Adjutant and Sirs. Ilnmberry lu
charge, assisted by Knslgn and Sir.
Iliunmlll nnd Captain Shlpp.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Apr. 27, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Hart & Co Ud by Judgo ...llktcyJdmt
A V Gear and wf to Kthel SI Taylor. D
It A Dexter and wf to Stnry 11 Klcli-
Mnrj II Klchler and lisb to Klrst
.."'".""I". !"""'"" .. ....i
Hart fc Co Ltd liy rer 111 likcy lo
lllhbop Tr Co Ltd tr .Apptrr M,c,ulli su-ttnrl, who Is now located
Annie P r.nglnnd to W J i:ngland..DA ' umdon nnd nppears from his let
i:llznbeth K Pratt to Clarcnco W itPrH to , (ieiited nnd happy. Mr.
Asl-foril D. Stewart enclosed a souvenir progum
Clannco W Ashronl and wf to Lllz- t t10 oiiniitnK of Parliament. It In
nbclh K Pratt II quite an ornnto affair with n photo of
Kllrabeth K Pratt to J II Atherton tlin King nnd tho coat of prms and
I'st Ltd ALilJnlon Jnek done In colors Sir. Stevv-
Kllzabeth K Prntt to J II Atherton I ait In his letter speaks nf attending a
I'st Ltd AI, dinner nt thn Liberal Club nnd re-
Kllzabeth K Pratt to J II Atherton i marked that while seated among tlm
Kst Ltd AI,
Entered for Record Apr. 28, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
W W Chamberlain nnd wf to l.urn N
Slary V. llaldvvln to H M Tucker... PA
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
The Pastor, Ilcv Dr .Klncald. will
preach In the morning on "Tha Cloud
mid the Voire," and III tho evening em
the city's need of men.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year. '
Deposits To Look
Quito n number of natives and oth
ers hnv-p found In tbo vicinity of the)
I dredger, now being operated In thit
dredger deposits Its dirt nnd, looklnri
through It, they are finding money
and quite n number of valuables of va,
Since shipping first began In Ilono
lulu there hnn been much loss of moil
ey p the vvnter through various wa)n.
Much of thin Is due to the native boy
swimmers, who go out to meet the In
coming vessels. Passengers leaning
over the sides of the bonis to seo thorn
" ,rK " "nr" ,' ''r0'' "J"1" rrora
their pockets, They hnve also thrciwu
, '"V T" S! Z T, XT" l,,M
I n ""J"' 'll. , ,
In ISO., a lond of cnnl was lost In
""' l,nr,,or ,,y n ,mre w,,l,, cnn,l'p'''
I n'"' "'i" "'!"" .f,!"nl1 " .'" . 1'"
"" ' " "" -' "' -
I .1 ..!... Tl I .... , 1.-.. I
..-, ,.,, I !.- ,.-..
found and n grent variety of coin, rep
icseptlng sovernl 'nations, In now- In
the possession of those who ore fol
lowing up the depnsltn nf the dredger.
Concerts At Zoo
THIS AFTERNOON AND
The Itnynl Kuwalhau filer Club
Riven a concert nt the Knlmukl Zoo
this evening, ns follows:
i Intermezzo: "I'ealhor Queen"
Selection: "Honolulu Tom Iloy"...
Selection: "Walalae"..SIaJ. Kealalial
selection: -Honolulu lima iiutn
High" Kntpo A e.i
Sclcrttlon: "Just a Plain American
Selection: "Come Along Little flirt"
J. II. Mullen
Selocllont "WuM Mermaid" ....
Selection: "Slnitl" Kapti
Tonight the tknllng rink nt the .no
opens, with music. Tbu gnlo receipts
'go to nld tho San Prnnclsco sufferers.
The program for'tho Sunday concert
at the Zoo by the Itoynl Kuwalhau
dice Club, Is us follows:
Two Step- "Boko" J. Arnold
Selection: "Ko Leo" . ..Major II. II.
Selection- "l.lmly Lou" ,...T S. Allen
Selection: "Sweet Lei Lebua'
II SI King Knlakau.1
Slnrch: "Iluppy llelnlo" I.nmpc
.Selection: "lu Sly Slurry Olclsmo-
bile" O. IMwarcH
Selection- "Tammany" . .(I. IMwnrds
Selection: "Ahl Wolu" .. . ,L. Deilron
hDMDJ Illl ELKS
A bunch of distinguished gentlemen
were imido Klks last night, as follows:
It. W. Shingle, i:. SI. Cumpbell, A N.
Campbell, W. 11, Slcllicmy, V. L. Hull,
II. T. Sloorc. Slurry JetTrey. St. Clair
Dldgond, (leorgo P. Thlclon, II. II. llur
rcll nnd J. U- Hurries.
1 0. ORDERS ON 'FRISCO
pi on ratlin
Postmaster Pratt has ropolvcd Ihu
following cublo fiom San Prnnclseo:
"All postolllce money orders drawn
on Sun Prauclsco will bo paid on pre
sentation." STEWART IN LONDON
N, rornnndcz nnd John Latin re
I ccltl lettem In thn Inst mnll from T
lullllonnlres grouped about tlio festive)
boa id his mind went bark lo Hani
Parker unci the big men of Hawnll,
Comer Alakea nnd King streets. Ju
nior C R, 1) a. m.j Senior C R., 0:30
p. in.; Illblo school, 9:15 n, m. preach
Ing, 11a. m. and 7.30 p. in.; morning,
"Our Rest or Worst, as Wo Choose";
evening, "Search for a Ilasls of Union
(Objectively Considered)" You nio
cordially Invited to any and all serv
ices O, I). Edwards, pastor,