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EVENING IJUlf.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAttClt 22, 1903.
Lcl Aloh.i Chapter No 3
Honolulu Chapter Mark Mai
HAT UK I J AV
All visiting members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
UAJ1H0NY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets ovcry Sionday evening at
7:30 In 1. O. O. C Hall. I ort Street.
12. It. 1ILNDRY. Secretary
P. D. ICKL. N. 0
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAI1U LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day owning at 7:30 la K. of r. Unll,
corner Fort and Horetanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attenrt.
r. it. nlulni. o c
It. aOSLINU. K It. s.
U0N0LULU L0DQE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, I). P. U.
E., v.111 meet In their hall on King
near Tort Street every Friday oven
lup. Dy order of the IS. It.:
1IUNRY C. EASTON,
WM. II. SIclNKRNY. U. It.
Wat. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of 1.
Hull, cor. Tort und llcrctanla. Visit
ing, brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. I M. StcGRPW, C (5.
n. A. JACOHSF.N. k. n. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on thn 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of P. Hall, corner
Uerctanla nnd Tort strcots.
Vliltlng Kaglcs are Invited to at
tend. W. SI SIcCOV, W, I'rcst.
H. T. MOORF.. Becy.
I HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
GEO. SNI)i:itSON, Sachem.
n V TODD, C of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your oroer for a box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
asjrasrTTWTiTjL-ijf la-Tvrimrmf Ttasar
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AHERICAN-HAWAHAN PAPER 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel 410. George O. Guila, Gen. Mgr
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
PH0 'S 270.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
UUnlc hooks of nil sorts, ledgers
(to., manufactured b tho llullello
.41 Mt lit
"The Fashionable Adventures
of Joshua Craig"
David (irnhmii Phillips
"Stung" Hert Davis
"The lied Mouse"
W 11. Osborno
"M-r40 or Fight"
"Comrades" Thos Dixon Jr.
"A Prisoner of the Sea"
"The Yellow God"
It Hldcr Haggard
"The Angel and the Star"
Alexander Young Building.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we s'ell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
Beautiful Models Received by
B01T0N BLDG.. FORT ST.
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted'
Soda Watei, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 857,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St. M. P.. DE 8 A.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wn, WARHAM, Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S,
777 KING ST.
The Best Whiskey oh the Markut
rHOS. F. McXIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Lld.
931 FORT ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't let time, dust and eockroaehei
destroy the value of unutual furni
ture; let a Bulletin Want Ad sell
them for you.
A clean city means a healthy city.
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono B.
You will always find your friends
at the Royal Annex.
Judge 8 II Dole Is booked to leave1
In the Atatina Kea tomorrow
Trench or German taught In flvo
weeks. Room 57 Noting building.
S SI Damon will go to Slanl tomor
row, nailing In the Slntina Kea at noon.
8 K Knco, County Attorney of
Kauai, Is In town, having nrrived yes
terday. C A llartwell of Motokal will be a
passenger In tho Sllkahnla tomorrow
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co., for
I" you ars looking for nny of your
friends go to the "Two Jaeks" and
jou'll Dnd them,
W II Thomas of Wnhlnna Is In
town for a few das and Is registered
lit the Hawaiian hotel
Sirs 8 Kaliokuoluna of Maul will
be among the outgoing passengers In
the Manna Ken tomorrow.
N C Wllfong, tax assessor of Ha
waii, who has been In town on busi
ness, will leave for Illlo tomorrow.
C 8. Hollowny was an arrival jes
tenlay In the l.urlluc Ho wns accom
panied bj .Mrs, Hnllowa) nnd George
II Hi own, her son.
Rev n 8 Tlmnteo, travelog evangel
ii in hip iiiwnunn iioarii, win no a
I'.mnuimi'r iii mo .miuiiiu ien minor
row, nt noon He will go to llnwnll
What about your hat? It's time ll
was seen to. Call on tho Kxpert Hat
Cleaners, Work guaranteed, i Fort
St. opp, Club Stables.
Sir hnd Mrs S. P Woods of Koha
la, who canin down list Saturday In
the Slaunn Ken, will bo passengers on
the same Ktennicr, which sails nt noon
The funeral of the Into Captain John
SI Kea. of tho Attornc) General's De
partment took placo )ostcrdiiy after
noon under tho nusplcps of tho Kaul
A lady whoso nnmp could not apper
tained, had her hand hurt whilst coins
out to Halclwa on tho Limited A
swinging door did tho damage, which
consisted of badly bruscd fingers.
nritlBli consul Forstor went along
ns the guest of Captain Nugent nnd
Captain Lewes, nnd, whllo In Hllo,
will accompany the officers to tho
Tho Pacific .Mall 1I:it Slnnehura,
Captain Frclle. will mi lie from tho
Orient this afternoon wlh 1100 tons of
freight for this port Shu will leave
for Snn Francisco tomorrow morning
at about 10 o'clock,
A Hawaiian woman who had Im
bibed too much liquor, made a sceno
on tho corner of School and Finma
streets Inst night. Considerable diffi
culty was piorcnccd In getting her
home ns she fought wildly with bet
f I lends.
As April second draws near tho In
terest of n great ninny people In our
city centers In tho coming of I)r Chnn-
man, the groat evangelist, nccompn
nled by several of his nbln nsslstitntn.
The party Is en route to Australia nnd
will, therefore, spend only a day In
Honolulu, when throo or four sorvlcCs
will bo held In Central Union church.
Capt. Nugent of H 11. SI. 8, Klorn
and the officers of both cruisers, with
180 men of tho rank nnd flic, nttond
cd tho 11-o'clock dlvlno service nt
St Andrew's Cathedral yesterday.
Chaplains Pitt nnd 8utcllffe read tho
lessons at both morning and evening
Tho following cases were argued and
submitted to the Supremo Court this
morning, namely Harry T. .Mills vs.
John W Cathcart, et., on appeal from
tho Honolulu District Court, and SI.
F Scott va. Joo Slarla nllas Joo Slarla
Pcdio, on exceptions from tho First
Ono of tho most enthusiastic services
was held icstcrdny forenoon In Onhu
prison. Sflss Caloyn Sullivan, assist
ed bytho girls from Knlulanl homo,
had chnrgu of tho servlco. Sirs. Clin
ton and Sir. Orceno of Indiana, well
known Christian workors, made Inter
esting addresses to tho men. John
Martin, as usual, mndo his character
istic speech to tho men. Tho sinclnc
,of tho Knlulanl girls wai giently ap-
UNION BIBLE CUSS ,
IS BONG FORMED
In view of the coming evangelistic
campaign under tho leadership of
Chapman nnd Alexander, n largo un
ion "Illhle Training" class Is to bo
stnrtcd Tho course will consist of:
thrco lessons on tho Illblp and Its
books; two lessons on Evidence; six
lessons on Old Testament History;
six lessons on Now Testament His
tory; flvo lessons on DIblo Geogra
phy; flvo lessons on Old Tostamont
Institutions This studywlll bo sup
plemented with a brief, nunccnt
study .pn "Persona) Work."
BULLETIN ADS, PAY 41
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. "PHONE SJ5.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
mMiim,,.-, .ihih mmXiaih
CUBAN RECIPROCITY j
IS GIVING TROUBLE
WASHINGTON, D C, Slnrch 20- Tlmt the Pnj no bill will result I
In nn International tariff war because of Cuban reciprocity Is one of the I
arguments against the incisure. j
CHANGES IN DIPLOMATIC CORPS
WASHINGTON, I). C, Starch 2 J. Several changes have been nude
in the diplomatic service Letshman, now nt Constantinople, rocs to
Homo ns Ambassador; Chas II Shcrrell of Now York becomes Mlnhtcr
to Argentina, nnd Henry Side Minister to Spain. Ambassador O'llilcn
remains at Toklo.
BALLOON AND CREW MISSING
PASADF.NA. Calir, .March 21 .Much appichenslon Is being felt here
over the fntc of the balloon Amerlci, which was sent up fiom hole on
Saturday morning with live prominent people ns passengers Since the
balloon first drifted out of sight no word of Us vvliorenlmtiti hah been
PHILIPPINES AFRAID OF FREE TRADE
MANILA, P. I., March 21. Iluslness help Is being seriously nffeiled
while the outcome of the tariff bill at Washington Is waited for. It Is
feared hero that tho passing of a bill to allow free trade belvvieii the
Islands nnd the United States will result In n large deficit In the Insular
EARCHINO FOR KIDNAPERS
BHAIION, Calif, Starch 21 - A large tone of uinstnbular). the po
lice of several States, and scores of detectives me spuiehiug for the Kid
napers of Wllllo Will tin Tht conn In has not beau ho aroused over a
kidnaping enso since the kidnaping nf Charley Ross,
BLOWING VICTIMS FROM CANNON'S MOUTH
JKLALAIIAD, Afghanistan, Start h 21 There have been twelve hun
dred nrrcsts In connection with the dlsriivei) of u plot to minder thu
Ameer. Kvcry day batches of prisoners nre being blown tu pieces fiom
the mouths of cannon.
ROOSEVELT IS SOON TO SAIL
OYSTLH HAY, L I, SlHrrh 21 The Until reunion of the family of
cx-Presldent Hooscvelt wns held Unlay, preceding thp sailing of Sir. Iliin
scvelt on his African hunting trip Tuesday.
QUEEN COMING ON SIBERIA
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnllf, .March 21 Lx-CJiieen LllluoKal.iliI or lln
wnll has arrived here on her return from Washington. She will hall for
her homo In Honolulu on tho Slborln.
TAFT'S AIDE IS DYING
WASHINGTON. II C Slnrch 21 -Lleutennnt Heed. Nnviil Aide In
President Taft, -Is il.viug ns the lesult of injuries sustained from being
thrown from his horse
PARIS ONCE MORE AT PEACE
PAHIS, France, Slnrch 21 The strlkp of the teleginpbers nnd the
telephono opcrntois hns been declai ed off by tho operntois.
i i m
CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE DEADLOCKED
SACItASIKNTO. Calif, .March 22. The Callfinnlsi Leglslatiue H
still deadlocked over the primary law.
RUSSIAN PRINCE DEAD
ST. PLTKHSHt'Iin, Russia, Starch 21 - Prince llllkoff died sudden
ly hero today.
(let your corporation seals at Wlch
man's. A new modern home In SInnoa val
ley Is for sale. See Trent Trust Co.
A modorn cottage with all conven
iences Is focr rent nt 1310 Young
street, nt S16 per mouth.
Tho Illshop Trust Co. hni a houso on
Pacific Heights for rent. It Is thoi
oughly modern and the rent Is lciison
ah'o. If jou are In need of somo soil for
filling In or garden purposes, seo the
Honolulu Construction & Dinjing
Co. at once.
Lot tho Honolulu Has Co show jou
how cooking can be done on a g.ia
etovo at less expense In mime and
energy than when nny other fuel is
Sachs' Is showing a veiy flue line of
new Spring goods In white goods, veil
ings, millinery, fancy ribbons, etc., and
there was an unusually large crowd of
shopiicrs In the big store today.
Finest stationery for office, and homo
(ise, magazines, popular periodicals, all
tho latest and best pnpctcrlus, picture
post cards, novelties for patties, etc.
Oat ft Slossmau, 76 Sin chant St.
Advertising Is nt tho root of the suc
cess of ovcry largo business houso or
corporation. Uy "advertising," we
menn right advertising, Let us have a
talk. Tho Chas. H. Frailer Co., 122
King street, phono 371.
At Lewis A Co., Ltd., tho Cigar Em
porium. you can obtnln tho unrivalled,
superior, mild Porto Rlcan Cigar tho
Old Government Plantation? It Is al
ways tho same. Tako a box you will
smoke no others. Teluphono 240, 109
King street. Ten alios and all colois.
(Continued from Page 1)
Wednesday morning March 17th at
10 o'clock. Among thoso present nt
opening of term besides court officers
and Grand Jury wero: Doputy Attor
ney Ocnornl W. L. Whitney, Attor
ney Qunrles, I). H Casi), A. N. Kepol
kal, and others, After tho Jurors were
sworn In' the court read tho charge
which was qnlto lengthy and most
ably written. Tho court then appoint
ed Mr B II. Pcnahollow, Fqreman of
tho Orand Jury; and Police Officer
Jno. Perrclrn was appointed Haillff.
Sties Eva Scholti will act us steno
grapher during tho term.
Thp Orand Jury has been holding
Its sessions In tho court house evoiy
day slneo Wednesda) morning and
they have fc'ono over quite thorough!)
.,'JtSiti. p'irVriri' ''
into matter:! that wero brought to
tlulr notice. As there were tlueo
plantation iii.iuagcrH among the July,
the work wns expedited In u must business-like
manner und so this morning
the llnnl report was made mid the
(hand Jury dismissed subject to the
call of tho court.
In Its leKiit tho (Iraml Jury h.ih It
has had under consideration the mat
ter of selling fresh llsh and vegetables
on the stiects of Wnlliikii nt and up
on stalls and tallies elected on the
sidewalks and believes such practice
to bo dangeious to the health of the
comniiinitj nnd detrimental to the wel
faro of tho town, and could recom
mend that the Hoard of Supervisors
take .such measures us It iuu bo ml
vised to ulinta this public nuisance.
And tho drain! Juiy lerpusts the
Couit to Instruct the Clerk to ronvc
to said Ilonid of SupcrvlsoiH this find
lug of tho'drniid -lur .
II. II Penhultow rmeiuaii, A. Al
beig, P. P. Haldwlu, II. A. Ilatdwlii.
Jerry Hums, Geo. Copp. .Moses Wai
wnlole, I). K. Poklpnln, L. N. Ilennelt
Kenhl, 15. II. ICiera, Win Cocket. Jos,
Psplnda, SI. A. I'enelra, Henry Smith,
C. Knnckstedt, Horace Kekumti, Sam
Alo, Jose C. I'rlas, A. Gross nnd Jno
Chalmers, Grand Juiors.
Tilal Juiors will meet .Monday
morning Slnrch 22,
W Fletcher, n tomlst who has been
Mas lag nt the Wnlklkl luu for tho last
mouth, Intends leaving for the Coast
on the Alameda, Sir. Fletcher made
the Volcano trip nnd enjoy oil It much.
TIIL MATRON liner llllonlun, Cap
tain Johnson, will sail tomorrow morn
ing nt 10 o'clock for Ban Pranclsco. Re
sides Inking the passengers, who have
booked to leavo In her, she will also
can j mall In order to reach San Finn
clren one il-." ahead of tho Alameda.
Till: SIAUNA KIJA and tho Hclene
will i.nvp nt r.eon tomorrow for lln
wnll The former goes to Hllo, whllo
tho Ihttni goes to Slnhiikniui. The
Sluun.i Ken will tnko the mall.
Till: NOI3AU will go to Alinholn,
Kll.iuea, and llanalel tomorrow ,nt
ernoon at fi o'clock. Sho will prbo
nblj take explosives.
One acre of land nt Alewa, below
Judd Street, and near the residence
of Hon. John Lane. An ideal place
as residence. Good view. Healthy.
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDG. 7-1 S. KING ST.
j" IN FOREIGN PORT8 ',
OKOHAM A Sailed Mar 20:
S. 8 I'he.vo, for Honolulu
SAN IHANCISCO Aillved Mai 20:
8 S Mexlcui, from Salln.i Crur.
SAN KRANCJ8CO Arrived .Mill. 22.
Srhr. Defender, fiom llotiolpu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Slar. 22:
lll.tne Irmgnrd, for Honolulu.
FLi:i:LH Silled SIcli 20:
llkln. Maknvvcll, for Port Townseiul.
KAIIULIH Sailed .Midi. 22:
llktti. W P. (lai Hies, for Port Town
send MAIIPKONA Sailed Mrh lfi:
J II Hriice, for San I'liiuclsco.
PA8SENQER8 DOOKED I
Per P Al 8. S Mnnchmlti. for Sun
Francisco, Mauh 211 Sirs l:. A. Sic
llr)de, 1" K. How aril nnd 2 servants.
A. Hnneberg nnd wife. Sirs. Robertson
and child. W. .1 Mvatt mid wife, Sim
C. II. HendeiMitii Sllsa II P. Curtis.
.Mr7 W I). Holt, Sirs. W. SI. Rose.
Muster Hose, J. II Ilrynn. wife and
uaimhlii, N. y Whetstone nnd wife.
.Miss Rose 1 1 nek ill) I. Hihwellrer n'l I
wife, ('. Cobiirn. Sirs. (' L. So) bolt
Capt J. A. Luck L, A. Nmes and wife,
D. II Palmei, Mis. W II Smith an I
two daughters, .Mis G T. II inilltou,
.Miss Hamilton. Mh Compton Miss
Vim Ordin. Mis R. I). Undcrmiud
Mis. Prank Khun nnd il iiighlers. Mln
V. Cain, .Mis. Geo II. Ruhcilsnn nil I .1
daughters. C A. Welch and vviro, 11 J.
Iliooks. .Mi (1 It Molli) Miss D Stoi
er, W. G Feusloy nnd wife, R 8. SI.-.i
ko mid wife. W. M, Klniilson nud wlU,
L. W. Nule nnd wife- Mis P I.. Wen
er, Mlim llmtnett Mr nud Mrs II. II
Smith, S. Schwartr Mr lllar'i "Mrs ('
W. Iliighen. P S Slewnit. Mm. I!. I!
llmdeii mil il.iuahter. Plirre le 8. )l
ney, W. Iive ami wife. Mm A. H irl.
IiiIimIi. .Miss G .M.ieklnlooh Mis. I. II
Rlchatds, 'Hum. C. Giii.i'i r. .1. M
Caskell and wife. Mrs J Gi.uln nu I
ilniighlei, C. G. Ilallent ne I'r.ink I
Sefrlt, wife mid Infant. W I) Long
)eur. wire mid thllil. Mit K A Killv
SIih. .1. Mnekii). L. G Pouse and wife,
(1 II .Monroe and wile V II Milter
nnd wile, .1 P Niwlulid Mis M. J
Moiuiette. Miss Coll II Hall. A 8
NlPkersiiu, A (!. Hanson Piesldeni
.lorepli P Smith, wife ami I dnuahloni,
C W. Nlldei. wife mil 2 il iiirIiIoik
Sirs. A. W McCune
Per S. S Alaiueil'i, Duvvdell, for
San Prnnilsio, to ,i, in Sir. nn.l
SIis. Robt. Ste. Sir. nml Slri I'leleh
m, Silas St. Kraut, .Mrs .Matthew.
Mis. Rule, .Mrs nnd Sllss Sch.iifer,
C. L. Gremi und wife, Sllss M. Ilech
er, Sir. nud SlrsSMmiill, Strand Mis.
Hair) Slclutlre. II. K. und J II. M'
I'niie Mrn Gonloii. Sllss I FTIanley, Sllss
G. Smith, SI. SI OShaiighiiessy. Mis.
P. L. Weaver, SIih. J. II. Rlihnids.
P. W. Fletcher, Mih Ge.nln nnd
daughter, W. O. Rlijne. Sir. and Mis.
I). W. II. Lowe. Sllss Casov, Sllss L.
Wiisshett. P II. Cai mil, St Us II. Ca
sey. Ml. Williams, Sir. nnd Sirs, SI1I
lir, Sirs. Kecks, .Mm. Waslmin, S. I
Aldlch. G. II JIujer, IL II. Thomp
on, Sllss Sauuilois, Sirs L. Spenier,
J. II. Howoll and wife, Sirs G W.
Hume, J. J. Coll.cU nud wife, .1. A.
Per stmr Sluun.i Kea, Piieuinn,
for Maul nud Illlo, 12 noon. Mine li
23 It II v. In, A Gelseike, wife, nml
child: S P Woods nud wife, Aithiir
On), S. Parker Ji , W. 11. I'lelehei
nnd wife. Sir nud Mis -II II Ken
ton und two (hlldieii, W. I..uu, Sirs.
J. A. Siott. SI. SI Gin ham, livvlli
Scolt, Sllss IHnsMim Moilon, Sirs. S
Kahokuohlii.i, II. W. Gunw.ildt und
wife, P. W. Il.ii mud. II. ItlcKnid. W.
G. Walker, Rev. P 8. Tlmoteo, A. A.
Ileimlt, N. C Wlllfong, SIis. .1. A.
Smith, SIis. Sluiihnud, P S. Link
and wife, C. P. Wilght, G. W. Can.
C. A. Ileal, ('has. Dole, .1. I). Dole,
.fudge S II. Dole. S. SI. Damon.
Per SI. N 8. S lllloiil.ui, for Snn
rriinclsro. Slaich 23 Sllss C Rim
tnrlck, .Mis Penfolil, Sllss Aknmi R
1. Smith, SlisJ. II. Rlihniils, Mis G.
Taylor nnd two rlilhliin, G W Hume,
W. It. Hume. Sllss St. J Wilson, Sirs
Homier nud four ihlldieu .1 W Hid
foul, II Illco, .Mrs P L. Wiyver.
Per stmr Sllkahiihi, 1'llt, fur Mo
lokiil, . p m., Mm ih 23. C. A.
Ilutlvvell nud p.ilt).
(Continued from Page li
An Impoitiiut Improvement In the
ieielvllg apparatus nt the dlflcieiit
stations will soon lie mode. Five
uls of reielvors, out for each sta
tion, have been oidcieil Thes" ln
stiitmeutH me of 1111 enliiel) new
puttoiu, mid 1 1111 lie tuned mini)
111010 dclluitel) than those now In
usu.. This ineaiiH that spmkn cmi lie
(aught under the mint unfavorable
(onilltlous, and that a Huge pa it of
the Inlerfeilng vvhldi now tioublos
opuiatois will ho overcome.
TJ10 icielveis aru oxjie.'led hore In
about six vveks, and will unite with
tho new iiitur) spiuk gup which will
be Installed lit Kahiiku,
I THK CAIILPSIIIP Plamonpii
' Waul, Captain Pilu, is taking 011 sup
I piles nt the foot of I'oit Htiecl, pie
Ipmntoiy to snllliig fur .Midway uuxt
TUP SIIKAHALA will sail at r.
nVlni'k fur Slolol.nl. Slniil, mid I.i
uai polls (' A llaitvvell ami pailv
will be passenger In her.
- ' - " - at - -f , Jrmiieti luniimVa j&i ' ' .ji4JhV,
Sunday, Stnruh SI.
Stun . Nocaii, Sacks, from Nnwill
'vv III, 7. II n. in.
M N 8 8 l.urlliio, Wocdeii, from
Sim Francisco, I P. m.
Sl'mr. Sllkahnla. from Slulnkal and
.Maul ports, 3:lii n. in.
Am. sp Falls of Cljilc, Iiom li-ivl-otu,
I p m.
j. ' . t-
Monday. Mulch 22.
II. SI 8. Plori, NiiRiMit, Tor .Mexico,
10 ll. III,
II. M S. Cambrian, l.evvos, fur .Mux
leu loin. in.
P. SI. 8. 8. Manchuria, for San Frnn
clicu. M. N. S. S I.iirllnc. Weedeti, for
' P. M 8. 8. SluiiihurlH, Irum the (ir
lint. j" PASSENGERS ARRIVED (
Per SI. N. (J. 8. I.iirllne. from .'an
l-ruiilsco Mureli 21 .Mm II G
NiHi'inii i: Koepke, .Ml SIiws, .Mis
Mos-i, Sllss Moss, P. 8. Ilolloway. SIis.
Hollow i), George llrown, Sllsi Rnug-r.
Ml? Riven. Miss Knliu, ('. P. Plait K.
T. Pun-out, Mrs. Parsons, John ('lull'
lor .1 A Chaiislor. Sirs. Chniislor und
mill. Sllss K (' Ui 11 P. Cooper, J. T.
'la'ro.-.Kon liwlu Scott R, 1, t.llll'.
fl.istei Cl ti Kilnille Mil' SlcP.irlflld
C I'll 11 M's lllllson M Hlllson
P.i itnir Nik-111 fuuii Nnwlllwlll.
I 11 li J 1 li and Mrs J It. Amorlii.
SHs tiiiiilii It I Amoilii. J. 4'.
Vuiong the main euleitnlliiiienlH
uiuiugeil fin the Miicjai kpls of the
ilepa.ted wnishlps whili In this poll,
the lifleiuniiu mid evening events of
S.iturd.n last di eive spei Inl nieii
tli 11 One hundred and llflv men of
the rani, .and file vveip fust tnken In
I led lie ell h to Kiiploliiul Park,
vvheie a lengthy piogram of bmuIi
was gone through.
Thete wni n fisitball gnnye, which
ipiulted In 11 dnrv: 11 prli'kpt.m.iteh
ivhp'li was alvo ilneluied 11 draw, mid
Mindly lilies. Chuplnlli Pitt of II.
II SI 8 I'loru iiiioseil 11 vole of
Ihmil.s to .Mr.-und SIis. George Di-vl.-s.
the hitler having tlrst illstilb
tiled the pi Ires to tho winners of the
vmloiis events,- for their Mnduoi-H
In having provided every thing ieiiil
slte fin this plu.iBant outlnit. Tim
'pills vvlio followed by sru-lmlbliig
11111I a islt to the Armarium. In the
mum while Sirs llllss, wife of the
honorary diaplnln of Hie Instil ule,
nud Sli ilveitnu had prep.ued lei
and light edibles, whlih were p.n
liil.eu i,f In the oppu all.
On returning tn town, the men
miiile themselves ut home In the Sea
men liiHtliuii the' supciliitemloiit
in whli-h. Mi p. w. I.'vurtoii, hud
chin gp of nil the mriiiigemoutM
lliliiiiRhoiit A most sueeussful iim
(Pit und variety slum was held In
the new Assumblv Hull In thu even
ing, a pmtlt-uhiilv pleasing feiuiire
of vvhli h wns a eomlenl sketi b, all or
tile ppifoimeis being fmni Hie two
cruisers. Chaplains Pill of the Plum
nml HiiUIKTo of the Cimhilmi were
In 1 gel) limlrtimolitHl In making thu
iiitertiilnuicnl nn unitmlllod sll' -less.
'I he piogriim fnllmvs:
II. II SI. S, Flora Duet. "Him
nwav .Mounted Foot." Snlllvuii mid
llinflkliavv; wing, "I l,mo No Other
Lad) Rut You," Truvcis: inoii song,
"ir Hie Sinn In thu SIntm Were 11
Coon," Culllngs; 10111I1 song, ' I've
Iliiil n Giid Day Today," Sullivan:
uimlcsiniir. -I Vei) Neni .Slipped mid
Peel,' Turn is- sketch. "A Ijinui
shlio Lad In Loudon." Mess is. Sulli
van, llradshnw, nml Ti avers. Anoiii
panlsts: Stiinit, violin; Culllngs, man
ilollu: Siaffoid, hiinjo
II II SI 8. Cuiiihrlnn -Song, "IC
I Had lleen Hum 11 Gill," Illlike, ,
II: song, "The Sliifcei Wns lilslt,"
Wllllniiu. All; song, "Good-llye,
London Town " Fowler, A II ; song,
Y0I.0I11111 ,1 l.udi," llhike, A ll ; sonc
'Anchored, " ProJiou, uloolrlclnu;
song Must Auoss the llililgo of
Void. ' Williams. A II ; tong, "Dium
inei llfiv, Powlei, All. Hugh Sllu
ihln of the Seamen's liistltute gnvo
u fine leiltatlon, whlih v:ns applaud
ed, and Sli, Casiere plaved the ovei
tuie. , '
Till: IWM.WI picked up n buoy at
KiikiiiIi it'll- whin leuvltiir tint plaei
The hunv It Is stihl, was used nt Paau-
ll.ni I. lldliiK
THIS ANNIK JOHN'ION' H loilli'ia
111II11 . il 1 s 111 lll'u i.ii in . m-'l'il uid
vmiwn pin pwmM Mmmw m iiiihiuwmmh
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.c
Motor. $175, Complete,
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
.AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. oijm'c South St.
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