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nMnHMIHsHHHKiflnHHH HPr ' 't-r ' "i i vj " 'riTw? , . . BVENINO nULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T 11. TUESDAY, AHHI, II, 100S snyt t t' 'Wl m 2 f r- r i n WEEKLY CALENDAR MOINUAY Pacific Stated Third Degree 'lUUUAl Oceanic first Degree. WIJU.-MIMUAV TIIUUNDAV note Croix Ceremony of the Lights 7 30 p. m. Honolulu Chapter Regular 5 pm. I'WIIJAV SA'I L'lilJAY All visiting members of (be order are cordially lnvltod to attend meltings of local lodges HAEMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. Meets over; Monday evening at T:S0 In 1. O. O. K. Hall, Tort Stieet. K. 11. HHND11Y, Secretary. 11KN 1'. V1CKER3, N. U. All visiting brothers very cordially Invited. MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P. Meets ovary 'luesday eenlng at :30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hull, cor. fort and lloretanlr.. Visiting broth er cordially Invited to attend. 9. L LYLE, CO., F. WALDRON, K.H.3. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. lleeti evory Prlday eranlng at 7:30 In K. of I Ilnll. corner Tort and llerejanla Viidtlng brothem cordially Invited to nttend. A Q DECKING, C.C., J A3 W. WHITE, KHS. HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, U. r. O. K., i will meat In their hall on King Bear Fort st'eot avery Frldny open ing. By order ot the H R. IIENUY C EASTON, Secretary. WM. H. McINEKNY, K. U. Wm. H'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P. Meets 'STery Saturday evening nt 7: JO o'clock in K. of I Hall, cor, Port and Deratanla. Visiting broth trt cordially Invited to attend, W. L. rilAZBB, C.C., E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.S. HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E. Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY evenings ot each month at 7:10 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner Beretanla and Fort streets. Visiting Eaglea are Invited to at Jend. W. L. FIIAZEE, W., Trest. H. T. MOORE, Secy. HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M, Moots every first and third Thurs- 4aya of each month at Knights nf Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor dlally Invited to attend. J. W. ASCII, Sachem. A. "p. MURPHY, C. of R. Fine Fresh Milch Cows For Sale Club Stables Tel. 109 FOR SALE 4000 Orcen Rooting Slnto 10"xK. ' K00 One unci Two Ptong Iron Fence Pouts. 1 25-gnIlou Drum Commercial nth- err '1 Cnstlrnn Fitting with Flanges, fo,c 13" Wrought Pipe. .EMMELUTH & CO., LTD., 146 Xing Street. Phone 211. EASTER jewelry is something which you'll be wanting", either for yourself, or for wife, qr sweetheart. Call at our store and see what we have to offer. The goods are riu'ht; so are the prices, IfWc can't do business the fault won't be ours, J. CARLO, 1C1S NUUANU NEAR KING. BAMBOO FURNITURE Of All Kinds And Descriptions At Reasonable Prices. SEE OUR DISPLAY. S. TATAINI Emma St. near Beretania. i-lilfiA'iltf-lrftsrift " J" - ' - n Baby Carriages Go Carts Folding Carts ifioffscliiaeprCo., Limited, King and Bethel Sts. Here Is Where The Merry Widow Burns, Tans FrecKIes or The lotion that will relieve the unpleasant effects of a day at the beach is Maile Cream Sold by the bottle for fifty cents. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., HOTEL AND PORT STREETS RUN DOWNt OVERWORKED J TRY SOME Koenig's Mali Extract It will build you up again. CHAMBERS DRUG CO., FOR. FORT AND KING STS. PHONE 131. 1 Associated Garage, LIMITED AGENTS T O R WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN, PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS. MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388. EASTER HATS FROM NEW YORK and 'PARIS Prettiest at MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg, NEW GOODS OF Gross Linen and Pongee Sik YEE CHAN 4 C0. King and Bethel. EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK clono by the FRENCH LAUNDRY v 1th their new FRENCH dry cleaning prooeis. 268 E'jretanla 8t. Phone 1491 - r - ' I ,. ,Zs6dMtikuimtilU. LOCAL AND GENERAL People who are looking for thlncs never miss the Bulletin Want Ads, I A clean City means health. rnnaiun nnis cieaueu hi mo uiou The Hoard of SupcrilsorB inoitH. to night Call at tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n office for a handsome calendar. ' There will bo n rehearsal for "The Mascot" this evening. l'utnam Health Tills mako rich blood, 50c a po'ekago. Try them Honk' Honk' Ciill 1111, J. A Mc Lcod, for the nlensantest nuto ride. One of tho best whiskies on the mm kit todui li the McTlghc P.nor Itc The Wnlluku Knights of I'jthlas mc rcheaising fur their nilnstiol show on April 23. Court CnmocB No. S110. A. O I meet In Pan Antonio Halt this on-ti Ins nt 7 30 ltcv A. C McKcoicr will preach In the Methodist church this cloning, In t.nlon service Kxcclilor l.odgu No. 1. I O O r will meet this evening nt 7 30 In Odd PoIIouh' Ilnll Tuka jour carrlago or aulomobllo to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfy. Co, fur up to-datc repairs. The Seaildu cottages aro delightful In the summer time, r.nsngo a cot tage now for tho season. To enjoy thu best ride In an nuto In Honolulu ring up 390 for Jim Qulnn't new seven sonted Fcerlest Trj the beer at tin) Hoffman. Ki ery glass Just bh cold an It should l9 and as snappy as can bo deslnid. The transport Sherman, which in riled this morning, will cno fur .Manila on Thursilni, the lGth Inst Do not miss the danco In ho.ir of the otllcerH mid ladles on the tr.inv port Sherman at tho Seaside this oionlng.' lluu ) on reail thu latest popular books? There are Iota of them nt the Hawaiian News Co, Ltd. Stop and sec them Pi cry good Christian has hot ciosn buns on his table on (lood Pi Ida Don't forget to order them e.ulj at Singer's Ilnkcry. llv co thing Is rend for tho begin r.lng of work on thu Walklkl side of Honolulu harboi ami thu battery bite will soon bo renllzcd. Tom Quinn ban gone Into the nuto hack business with a fine four-pnuson ger Ilulck nnd la prepared to furnish tho best possible fcerrlcu, Phono 361 The steamer Clnudlnu was loading sugar nt l'nniihiiu and the Noeau nt 'Honokna Tho Schooner H. C. Wright was dlbchnrgtns freight at Mahukuna. Coat your Iron roofs with "Atnu'.c" Yo.i will bo surprised at Ita coiling and preservatlia properties. California Peed Co , agents. If your cash reciiter does not work just right, take it to the expert at the Hawaiian umce bpecialty Co., Ltd.; Phone 143. An uncontlrmed report has It tint the United States transport Sherman, which nrrlied today, lus aboard her 13,000.000 In currency. Tim White Family Rotary (lock and chain ktltch) Is the boat sewing ma chine In tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd iceiits, 12CG, Fort street. Phone 488. There Is nothing better for Kastcr breakfast than plenty of ham nnd eggs Thu Metropolitan Meat Co , Ltd, will Btipp!) both. Ring up Itl tphuuo 45. A K. Knudseu will apuak on "The imoplij" nt room 11. Kaplidanl build ing, nt 7.15 tonight, under tho aus pices of Honolulu Urauch, Thcosoph leal Society. Tho American Hawaiian S. S Co, la said to lio llgiulng on wireless Iqulpments for Its fleet now that It Is settled that there la to bo a long dls taiicu station hero. .MIhb C. Stewart ot tho Normal School Ionics shortly for a visit to her aunt In New York city, where sbo will also take up a ) ear's special course at Columbia University. Ladles white skirts In lawn, Indian Head, duck, linen, etc.. at prices from (2 to $! each nt lllom'u HiIh week Silk tind llsli) gloies. elbow length, tl.KO and $1.75, and $1 and S1.2-'. In tho trial of Knmnka, n Hawaiian chnrged with boating a I'f.lniu'.uuf. Iiorso to death, tho Juiy Ihis muruiii'i decided In favo- oft the defendant, Lrluglng In u erdlet of "not RiilTij ' Wo Iiaiu tho now Stolu-Ulock stjles tin display Thoy Incliido In one suit all thu various points received by tho Htcln llloch experts In tho acknowl edged fashion cupltnls. M. Mclnorny, Ltd. Purser Frlol of tho Mnuna Loa re ports the following sugar ready for shipment. Honokaa, 10,000; Kukule Imcle, 2500; Panuhati, 19,000; Puaiillo, 7000; Kukolau. 2000; Hontupo, 117C, I'linaluu, 13,200. Mrs (Jcorgo Ooulil of Wellesley, Mass., tho mother of I loin y C Drown of Wnhlawa und H Hoi rick Hi own of this city, died suddenly uttlior homo yesterday. Mrs. (lould has been a loyal friend of Honolulu BtudcntH at Wellestcy College and will bo missed by many In this cits besldo her iel utiles. Ono nf tho pussengors who passed through on thu Aula waa rather Con rudy. Ho waa nt nnu time lit. tho leper nuttlunicnt on Molokul, whuiu hu worked with tho Into 1 other Damlcn Ho Is now on his way to China to es tablish, under thu direction nf the Catholic Illshpp of tho Kwangtiing provinces, a homo for lepers. Hu has $30,000 to start tho work with. Thoro will bo n meeting of the Ha waiian Photographic Society on W.ed ucsdny evening nt 8 o'clock at the Kllohann Art I.eaguo (or tho ratlfici Hon of tho decision to unito with thu Art League This meeting is held for tho purposo of making arrangements for un exhibit In conjunction with tho present exhibit nt tho lenguo Thoso desiring to Join tho boclcty provlous to its niualgamatlon, and of olituilitg tho right to exhibit, can solid their names to Dr. A. N Sinclair, secretary Sucli application!! will be acted upon at tho meeting, AtiJta MM .ml IN FOREIGN PORTS CABLE REPORT OF SAN FRANCISCO MERCHANTS' EXCHANQE. Tuesday, April 14. NF.WCASTLi: Sailed April S: Am schr. Hillings, for Honolulu. SAN rUANOISCO-H.illod April 1 1 H S .Mougolln, foi Honolulu . YOKOHAMA Sailed Apill II: S S Korea for Honolulu DISIRIGI H A largo tiiiinber of oiscs wlilcli enmo befoic tho United States Dis trict Court ioBterl.t morning, mid which were postpomd until todn, were dealt with In Ittdge Dole "tills nuirnlng (Icurge Kekalinlu n Hi tinilan, who ivus up fur sentence, una glieti three luontliH nt bard labor, and lined one dollar nnd the cost of the court, llo had nlieiuli soriod u wm ti ncu under nuothei charge, und the irnlelicu which was gliili him this morning will bo worked out In con junction with tho funnel one Moses Kokl's ense was coiitlnueil until May 9th, when be will be ar raigned and n plc.i entiled The raw or Llojil Smith nnd Itirhael Wagnei' was culled but the pullis weio not lire si nt inn! their ball was declined forfeit. Ilelich warrants weru old ned Issued for them All Won, the Chinese cuiinleifeltei. was arraigned und his plea will b" enhicd Apill IS The motion to ipmsh pioeudltiKs in the casn of tho United States fin use nnd benefit of Liu era & Cooke is the Unrrell Construction Com pany, which wns made mine weeks io;o. waa overruled In Judge Dole, and the motion denied The com t ml loin nod to meet 1 linr.lin Apill II,. 10 .1 111 m mm m violating m;m mi United Stntca AItiinli.il llcndr es tcrda arrested two Japanese out In the Knhaln district under n charge of ilolatlng the ndmiiuds Act Tluir niiuies aic lllglrl and Kiku Kaneslgu, nnd thc mo being held under a charge until tho matter can be fur ther liiKsttgntcil. It U said that lhi'3 ases in c on the Increase now that Iwllcl liau leen closed up, anil tli.it the women hud the i.iau with ii lion the Hie are tipreadlng in nil linn puts of tho city. HONOLULU WEATHER t -it it . i . -a a a a- -. Apill II Tempciittun s f! a. in, (I'J, S ii. in ,3: 10 n in 7.1; noon, 70, morning liiliilmum, 09. llaroimtei, S . Ul., .10 00, uhsoliiu hiiiuldlt), s a tu., r,.70S grains i cubk foot, lolutlia liuiuldlty S a in l!r per cinl. ilcu point, 8 a in. t,0 Wind 0 a m lolocll) 0, dlrei tiun M , S a in, icloclty Tillrirllon Js'. , 10 a in. u'luclty lO.-Miricllon N .: , tioiiii, icludl) 8. direction N i: Rainfall dining 24 hours euikd 8 a in , .un Inch Total wind movement during 21 hours tuiled at noon, 178 miles. WM II Sl'OUKMAN. Section Director, II S. Weather Ilurcan MAUNA r?EA LEAVES. Ah iimi.i1 slui o tho nrriinl of the flagship Maium Keu of. the Inter Is land licet from San Francisco, her dii)s of departure for her teguln'. poits of call linio been witnessed by u lurgo uuniliei of Interested spectat. urs. Tho p.issongeis who dcpnited on her tola) wore bedecked with lets The politician who came oiui fiom tho other Islands to bo present tit tho cnnieutlon, left for their re epectiiu homes lodny Among tin, puHscngcrs who left on thu Milium Keu tndii) weio II. L, llolntcln, ex- tpeaker of tho IIousu; C A Rice, cliiilrman of tho Territorial Rupubli enn Coniiution, W. O. Walker, Rev S Desha of Hawaii; W..TS Robinson tax assessor of Maul; Clno, H Dunei!, tax assessor of Lahnlna; Deputy Shei Iff Llndsei. of thu same plate, I, HnrkhaiiRoii, inaniiger of tho Pioneer Mill, Tlno ItiehardB. of tho llawall'iu Ilo.n i, und man) other notablu people Ruv. McKeeiur preached a lory nblo serniou last oienlng, In tho Methodist thurcli on tho subject of Cooperation Willi Clod, He will speak again tonight at 1 30 In thu uamo church onca FOR RENT. Large, airy, furnished rooms, $10 n month Mis, P. D. Wleke, 124 Iloretanla Avo . 3970-lf A Most Excellent Assortment of SUITINGS 1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN, W. W. Ahana Co., LIMITED KING ST. PHONE 525. G2 S, tm'mmiMt4H" ,. A V VT I DON'T YOU SEE ? Don't you sec ns well ns you used tot Are you con tent to "let it go nt that?" Not Well, then, call on A. N. SANFORD. OPTICIAN, BOSTON BUILDING. HKXXK)f)(Xlf!!)(lllt)! rt WATERFRONT NOTES h .'o c js. x a.-. u x x a - a i THE ASIA DEPARTED. t The Pacific Mall lln ti ( ,i i' i flaukrogcr, nrrlied I .n Han I'l i ( Isco i estCrd 1 afton ui and docKed nt Hnckfeld whmf ul , o'clock. She mnde the trip In sl in h, eucouiitei j lng.ralil.i good wca.her. Sbo li.n , nineteen passengers. One of these W. A. do Hnilllnnd. stupiied otei II O. 11. P No) on, n tea mei chant, wbo'Cnpt Is going to Yokohnma; J C Snl-lMrs Irlend, A. C. Ilr)er. 11 UIiIcIih mid OlS II Waller Clifton uru nil tea nitti golui:' through to Kobe. K. Quackenbush is n ten man who is going thiough to Shanghai. Perhaps thu most note worthy passenger Is Rev. I'nther L L. Conrnily, who was tho companion of Pother Danilen for eight )eais at the Moloknl Settlement, who Is going tu China to work ar.iong thu lopeis tin io Tho Asia lesumed bur io)nge for I ho Orient nt 10 o'clock tills morning ra GIFT FOR MAUNA KEA. At thu otllce of Pruldetit Kenned.' of thu Intci-lsland Steamship Com 1 Bieuiisnip -'" committee consist- pail) )esturday lug or W. W. Ilnll, J. lluchly nnd (leorge It. Carter, representing the Kitetts on tho exclusion trip of thu Mnunn Kea, presented thu steamei with 11 souvenir of tho tiip in tho shape of 11 htiuihomii c-irtcd lio.i panel in the center of which Is .1 handsome 111 irliio clock Two dolphins suppoU the solid iriliei plate bearing the mi Inning Presinted to the S. S Maun 1 Kin In the grateful muiubi'ia of the curslon liar who circled thu Island ot Knuul on her maiden trip, Maich 21, 1'JOS. On liehulf of tho company Mr. Ken ijo 1) Hi linked the committee for ita handsomu gift, which wtis idiced on the steamer before her departure tu da) Tile caning was lUmo b) P. N. Otiemio of this lit). Pa ' TIIP MAUNA LOA nnhnl fiom Hawaii this morning with u l.ugc shipment of Komi products. Dining her outward trip sho encountoieJ lieai y seas but on her return 01 ery. .IiIiir was pleas Hit Punier Prlel re ports 11 hcaiy list of sugar nwitlttng shipment on Hawaii. She biouglit tho following freight .S.'iOO Ings sugar. r'15 bags coffee, I bags taro. 5 bags I nun, 0 kegs butler. 2 bales tobacco, 5 liiniilli'M hides. 2 lAiudles coat skills i birrols or. mires. casos oiaUKeh. I barrels water lemons, 2 nises wutir lemons, 2 b.inels ill led fish. 7 riiM s dried fish. 3 eases eggs 1 box limes 2 birrols pears 1 box peirs 1.7 bunches liauauas. ii crattH thickens ' To Investigate Wall Street ALI1ANV, N V. Apill 13 -A Hill piovldlng foi Hie appolntmeiit ut 11 lomiiilsslon to Inicstigiitu the icmduit of stock speculation b) Willi Strc,et lias been Introduced Into the Senate. PENSACOLA'S CAR STRIKE PIl.N'SACOLA. PI.I. Apill 13. An effort will bo made b) the stieet-cur company to opci.ilu Its lines tomor row morning In splto of opposition 011 tlio pint of strlkeih. A regiment of Infantry with two (lulling guns has been unified out to piuieut tum ble. NO RAISED PAY WASIILN'dTON. I). C, Apill 12. The Items piovldlng for tho lucieascd p-i) of oIHccib In tho Nni) und tho Muiluu Corps limn been Htilcl.en out of tho bill in the House. GRAIN MEN AT WORK PORTLAND, O10, April 13- Tho ttrlko among tho graln-hundlcrB has been settled. Hot Cross Buns ! Hot Cross Buns ! One a penny, Two a penny, Hot Cross Buns ! s s s ' Do not orget that you must have HOT CROSS BUNS on GOOD FRIDAY. Get them at Singers' TELEPHONE 527. ayiiiwi AttiM ,. ktAAttfa, .r'nilrrtirsiM 170 ten plgfl, 32 hugs, 7 hoixes. I'knTca sundiloB. i f-3 I Till'. A.Mi:itlC'S' HAWAIIAN com- I I iin's htnnislilp Ail7fimm luaiea fur i Kaliuliil this nfteriH'on nt f, u'clocl. irriim I here she goes to Kaanapall, win lice sbo will sail f.ir llllo In Inko In sugir, picp.inilory to her dep.irtuie foi dan l'innclsco PS TK: i.L'MHRIl SCIIOONHIl And i t a, has been bartend bj W. CI I It win & Co to tnko niK.ir for San I'laiuisco. Sonin time ngn the And u I my itrilicd fiom I'oit (Iambic , n I li lumber ;: )-. m w it it ji r. h )f tf Jl PASSENGERS ARRIVED A K Jl X. V, it K li V XXX X Per U S A. T Sboiinan. from Sail I l'innclsco, April 14 W W. dray.' h P. Lnild, S D Pnemnn. Leon S. Rou ' illez. C. i: Kllbouriie, (1 M. (Irltnts, i: M lteeio, loiin P. Hasson, IiimeH iTotten I. K t'r.iln. .1 M. Hiirrl. John P. Usi llolines. Ilnlden, Preston H. KelloKK. T C lames i: Hi limit dm 11 Outgo H Alidrus, Clint IcV John V Rhodes. C V 11 illrown P S Randall. John II Itolniau i: P. I.uld mid dniightcr. Mm Prcomuu. Mrs C. P. Kllboitni" (I M. Crimes nnd infant, II r ilrs. I-' II. Rceio nnd Infant, Mrs. J. 1' llasM-n. Mib Jniues Tolten, Mrs P S Kellogg, Misa Holmes, Mrs. (1 It Ilnlden and child, Mis. II. M. Joss, 2 Infants and sister Mis Wllford C Dil pon. R 11 Deiiilng mid wile. Art S (Itithrlc and wire, L. I.. Cook nnd wRo. Mis Ue-ich and daughter. Mis fl Mtircli Mis Allied and 2. children Mrs Thus. P. .Inck'on. P I). Ha) den wife nnd 2 children. Miss Cathorlni Olel.ind Matbhs II1170, Lion Incr, Mrs. i: i: Wright, Mrs P P llllss Mrs Prank SI). Mis IMwnrd Lapgh Hu, Mrs J Houston mid daughlei 1 Alainnilru Itandiez. SIIMno Santos ,,, ,, .., Mlu wuitnm r: lliinii, Mrij M. S Dunning, Isaac S Logan, Mis Josephono Cornwcll4 W H llabiillt lleiir:. 1. phi re Per stntr Mimnii Liu, from Koin iioits, Airll 11 5.10 a m A O. Hn 1 hh.iw, Miss M. Logan. Mrs A. Logan, Mrs W I) Coole), W II Couley. Mlsi M C00U1 J. C CooIpv. MIsb K. Child biilin, Mis C II Chadbauin, Ilr H Clark, Mrs Ilailiden, C. J Campbell Miss O Telxlirn. Miss M. Sinthe, I! llaaheo J K Aen, V .1 l.iiideiuann K D IMldiiln. C I). niucow. U C Dilier .1 I. PliMiiing, Mrs. L Ki kol ula. Mrs U. Kokaiila. Ceo W. Carr, II. Ilnkei, A J liolln,'!. Mis. A. .1 llol lug. Ah Hie. Rei J. W Wndmnn. ltd C. II Mlu. P. O. Ilrien, C. II. Pitapat lick. Pet S S Asia, from Sm I'l am Ik 11 Apill 13 Put Honolulu. W. A. ih llavltlatid. ;t, )tl )i H if X Y ' X X X X 5 Bt if 51 X PASSENQERS BOOKED ii X . X X X X"X 11 X X X X X 3 Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, Thompson, for Kaual, April II, f, p 111 O. II. ! Pnlrclilld and wife, W. Crawford, P W Mncf.1rl.1110 nnd wife, Misses Mac farl.inc, Ileo Pat, llco Kwntk, J 1. Slllu, C P Hen-iik. 11 D llaldwln. Per Btuir IwnlanI, Self, for Mold l.al und way purls Apill II. li p 111 l) McCoirlslon, Mis Ni ttlc Kane nnd fundi), T T Mejer Cm tor Onlt 1 IPindolph Illtclicoek P I'mti r. EXPECT NO INSTRUCTIONS N12W YORK, N. Y. .April 13. Tin Democratic Stto Coiiientiou will 1 oni one tomoiiow morning. The In illuitlnnH 111 11 that 1111 Ulilustiuetud dclegallou will be sent Io the Nation al Convention, CHESTER'S MARTIAL LAW CIIi:STi:it. Pit, Apill 13 This clt) was today declaied to bo mulct miu 11, il law A mob, composed or feti Iking street-cur employes .mil theii H)iiip.tthUeis, Is thieatenlng lioleiico BIG FLEET IN TOG SAN DIIUIO, Cil. Apill 13 -Wluless conimunlcatlim lias been oicned up between the station lieio and tho Atlantic Pleet, which Is up pioachlug thiough a fog Bakery KING STREET TIDES Mim r Klc Pint Slls in -J 3 3 u m III p m p m p tit- I A 1 l 2 l M Id s 1 1 p in n in l I 1.1 I M VJ, 7ir. ziiii i :n n ?s !, I I 1 '! 9 I'J 9 -M I I a 2 !t PI IT I I a vs d m n m 1 12 1.1 a w i-; i aii tt I 11 til SY it in . lis til 'rill ll irj n nt ui I nil moon Apt. 10 ut 0:22 11. in. Hawaiian standard tlino Is 10 houm 30 minutes Elawcr than Urccnwicli time, being thnt of tho inctldlnii of 1S7 fegrccs SO minutes. Thu limn whistle blows at 1.30 p m , which U tho same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun and moon aro for local tlmo for tho nholo group. 1 X 1 i X 28 if 38 X JC K X it JS it J8 ARRIVED , ' Jl )i K JC 3T 51 K K K ii M 'X 3D M Tuesday, Apill 1 1. U S, A. transport Sherman, from San Kranclsco. 7 15 n m. Stmr. Mauiiii Loa. SIincn.011, fiom Knna pints, 5-ID n. in. ) 3f 5 K S Jf K 3C W ii X JC X X X W R DEPARTED " ft X 3t ) X X K X X X ,if )? t K Monda), Am II 11 Stmr. Ke An Hon, Tiilklt, for Kaual, 5 p. m. . Tuesdu), Apfll 1 1. P M S S Asia, (laukiiier, fir Yo kohama, lu 11. 111. Stmr. Milium Ki a. I'leeiuan. for llllo und way pints 12 110011 . Stmr Hllhaii, Oiioas, for Kaiiulhiu and Miihiikoita 12 noon. if X X M. W it '! X X X X X X V jr :( X SAITINQ TODAY x v x ;c w r if K r, x x x X x x c tt Stmr. W. (I. Ilnll, Thompson, fo Kaual, r, p m. Slim, IwnlanI, Self, for Molokul mid Maul porta, r p tu. Stmr Maul, liruhtia, for lluwull ports, r, i ni, Steiin hclir. Plaurcnce Wind, Pill, for Mldwu) x '.5 x yt ?r v ir w v, ir nxvjf : V- PASSENGERS DEPARTED A x n XX X X XXXX X XX X X 3i Per stmr. Matins. Kea, Preounn, fur Maul und Hawaii pints, Apil) 12 Rev. S. Desha, (J. II Itobeitiim, Mi. yt. Sii)eis am! wife, J. 11. P.ukei niul wife, II. W. M. Mist, Mr. Login. John Nusioncello, wife mid chlldioii. Mis Hii';o Pteni, II S tlra) and wife. W. A. Il.ildwiii. Chrlrtl.m, Adalbert Kup pcrb). dencinl It II Piatt, Mm It II Pratt. Miss lluko, Mrs. London, Then Richards, (' A Rice, I). D. M unlock, P i: Hlchardnm. II II. Drown, I) L Ausiln, A Puos, A .M. iwcll Mrs S A. Diiko, I,. Dai khans n, C Hanson, A .1. McLeod, I Illge low, S Solomon, W. T Robinson, U. W Smith. P Odo, Linn Kce. Cbuck ChonK Chuck Kee, W. MotoFblge. (!. II Dunne Jr.. (leo II Dunne. Mlsu htibel Akainlkal. Miss P. S Smith. Mis llorton, Miss Ilortcm. A .1. Wll IbiitiB, A. 11 Llnds-i), C M liisted. W (1 Wiilkei. A J. Scott, Capt' Ot welU Di. C L. Stow, Dr. J. II. Itu f 1110111I. C JI I. Wntson, M .M dia bam. Miss Helen Kult-ia. Mr. C Lie licit, Mnslei .1 Coekett, Horace Ke KiKo.i. C It Llnilt.li Hoi. John N11.1, W Keiinii. W V.. Il.il V. Will iholo and wife, Mrs W V. Hal. Mm. fi.ir da. Miss (In 1 (l.i, I.I110I11 llolsteln ami w ire. y Kuhue. i: Dunne, A M C 1 liilnlia. A W Todd Rev. Keklpl. Woo Cbim mid I'lfe, C. A Rice scivulit Pit S S Asia, for, Orient. Apill It, Mm P Whll111.n1. Mrs. E. C. Canip bill, Ino A Ililttou P01 schr lliuiouce War 1, Plltz, for Mldwii) Air. Hell tx X 3! 31 V M X X X X 1 W XV a X X i PASSENGERS BOOKED X K It Jl if X 31 31 31 X X X X t X X it Per S S Illlonlun. snlllmj Apill 21. Miu. Capt. Saittukij, MIsb Satinil 01s, Mm Cm lie Jacobs Iliiud. Mih P. M WiiMi.itn. S Smith. Mr. tind Mih. T S K.i). Mr and Mis J 0 Woollu), Mrs". C Caielton and two ihlldren, Mis Owen and duiightei, Ml und MrB. P. O Hull, Mtb A P Cooke, Mrs. Helen A. Wo.ivei, MrB. O. Mm usky, mih II S. Nun is nnd child, Mrs. C. M. Lewis, Mis. P I) Angus, dipt. C Avutdnm, Mrs. W C McOonaglo, Mr and Mis. Pklc, O C .tones, Du Iteno NetT, Mu. Oince lloardman, Mis. C R. Rlugur & Sou, Mrs. Mathll de Calhoun, Miss M A Puik, Ml and Mrs. O. S, Plgolow and child. II C. Smallo), Alcxandet Siualle), Mia A Suehlio mid child, Miss Adu Adioclt, Win. C Lyin, MIsb Dame), Mr and Mib A T Iliock nnd child, Mr and Mib. O. Schweidt Heger mid tlmu clilliliun, Mnicolmu Mclnt)ie, J. Young, JnmcB McCnndlcss. M' mid Mrs J. A McCandless, Mls Madgo McCniidlcBS, Mrs Hrowstci C.imeroii. Mis M C Albright. II W l.oiih. Mr. Mill Mis i: 1 Mi 11 inn ' Ml, i.llz ubeth Ituiisc Mis Allen M lloih; Mtt nibb, Miss Oil b, Mi CI, 1 I'ei stiui Mini, Ilruliu foi Hawaii, April II, 3 p 111 R l.ij,g -o- rwC PULLCTIN ADS. PAY -TBC7 GET NEXT to yourself and let us build that ca noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you have in mind. We'll have it ready I in no time, and the price will be so , low that you will wonder how we can do it. We've done it, however: to we KNOW. I Charles D. Walker, Boat and Machine Woiks, King near Alapai, A iAsiJuJifilt'iii' c? 5 S : e A la r. i 1 Ci 0 Ji r, .si i. j i S n .! ,1 it; r, -it i r Jl i w r. ss y IHlvIZ m