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EVES'INO nM.LEtlN, I10n6lUL0. T. H.. MONDAY, Alfl. 4, 1910.
Honolulu First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter n. A. M.
Roe Croix Itenular.
Lei Alolia Chapter No. J
All visiting members of the
Order nro cordially Invllcd to
attend meetings nf local lodges
Meet on the
2ntl nnd ltli
flt K. T. Hall
7;3U r. M.
lilnuir riirWiirrnri MCmncrs 01
winninc cnuintcno 0.i,cr ...
BENEFICIAL ASWIaTION. elation, cor-
HARMONY LODGE. No, 0, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcotn every Monday evening nl
7:30 hi I. O. o. I'. Hall. Fort Street
E. H. HENDIIY. SeueLiry
II IJ. McCOY. Noble Grand
. AH visiting brothers vcrj loidlull)
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of I";
JvteetB every first and third Frl-
dsy evening nt 7.30 In K of I'. Ilnll.
corner l'ort nnd Ucrctnnl.i. Visiting
brothers conll.illy Invited In attend.
WM JON-US. C C.
O l" HEINE, K It S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. CIC, n7'E02
IJIks, meets In their hall, on "Kin if
Street, near l'ort, pery Friday even
ing. Vlnltlng Ilrothvis aru lordliill
Invited to nttond.
K. ffe DOUTHITT. i:. It.
II C IJASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
dn8 of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited lo attend.
! 1IIGGINS, Sacheih. "
i:. V 1 OUU. C. nf It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O.E
Meets nn thn 2nd nnd 1th WED
NESDAY evenings nf each mould nt
7:30 o'clock 'in K. of I'. Ilnll, lorncr
Ucrctnnla ami Kurt streets.
Visiting Etiglcu nro Invited' to at
tend. W. It. Ill LEY, V. P.
VM. C. McCOY. Sec.
Wra. MoKinlcy LodRC, No. 8, K. of P
MeetH every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7 30 o'clock In If., of I.
-Ilnll, cor Port and Heretanla. Visit
ing brother cordially Invllcd to nt
tond. II A TAYLOR, t C '
IJ. A .1 U'OIISON. K It S.
if , i
Uargnluu In watches musical goodti
' etc. -JrOarlivFnrt street
. Mlss.W.undard has pome very Una
novelties 'on illBplav at her Port
.- , Ymi ('.in ut all kinds of electric flv
tiirrH lin In ling lamps, nt the Union
I.'leclr'c to HnrrUun building, Bern-
Tlio butlir sold at the Metropolitan
Market is Bupcrlor'to that sold olso
whoro and the price Is Just tlio same
There Is no rccognlted flvoccnt cig
ar being bold to inn extent that In
strictly hand mado an lo tho Owl A
Iinnd mado cigar menus a fieo smok
. ' Thcro Is no bcltei pashy on tho
mainland than that boIiI nt the I'nlm
Onfc. Tho materials uro tho bcBt and
' tho pica and enkea nro well baked.
One of those, (en dollar dips to llilo
-lwa, lasting two davg, gives pitrunc
' tin opportunity to visit thn snsnr nnd
jilncupplo plantations Twins kuv.i
, Novy Athletic undcrwenr. II V. 1).
goods, now shlrta mid pnjiui is, In
.illght 'Weight and pretty colors. A
lino lot of new i-ultlngH nt Yco Chan
& Co.'s, King mi' lliilhcl utrcut.
' If );ou havo freight to be hauled II
II bo to ymir In'crint to cmiHiilt
villi tho Ilunoliil'i roiiHtiiirtluii &
Drnylng (v'o., Ltd., vvho havo hiipeilui'
farllltlcH for light iui heavy ((raving
Man) attrnc'lvn now nrrlvnts In
dress goods nn.l dry Klrtll nnt'll(M
now bi'liiK shown nt Hnclis' Pry (Inaln
C'o. 5c(t iho line olililttnn' nt tin)
Baehs' stnrp, enrnor Kott nhd Hero-
WE HAVIr WITH US
w mm iim
AT THE NOUNQ.
Sunday, April 3.
.1 rieailng Waluawn, Mr mid Mm
Mnildniiis. Kahiiku. .1 V niy, U. S, 8,
New Or emit. V Uollard IT S. 8,
New Orleans, V V. Itentz. U. 8. 8
Now Orlems P I) Kox U 8. S. New
Orleins. N Oshorn, V II Klcld, Vnl
liiku, Mrs. A. Itamspcrgor, Now York
Cllv i: I. Kcllv. Snn Krnnclsco: W.
II ltlce. Mime. .1 1 Mcrs. Ilerkctey.
C.il . I.oul Margolin San Francisco;
.1 It Alexander, l.lliue.
Mcnday, Aorll 4.
T M Smlih S. 8 Siena.
Sunday, April 3.
V I Sheinnan Schofield llnrrarks;
Mrs Annie (inle Sonic. Wash; Mr
and Mrs J It ('orlev, Oalgnry. Cnnv
da. I) I) Oregon I.ellchin; V. Wltte,
Monday, April 4.
Mrs O. C llofgiard V O Schlefe,'
Makawcll; Carlott.i Stewart Kami
Saturday, Anrll 2.
Miss Floienc Ilnd?( Mr and Mrs.
I" W Pen llctun Us Anaelcs. Cal ,
M JiniRiMiri-l. Wahlawa. V F. Colo,
Maknvv.io O. Ilofgiuid. llllu: T Mc
Leod LIKELIKE LAST
Tho slcniuer l.lltellkc, novv working
along the llnw.-ill roast anil to nrrlvo
hero wl'h a shipment of sitinr and a
consignment of raltlo. has met with a
strenuous experience, with rntuh
wenther at iirtH of call on tho llama
kun coast. '
Tho Llkellke lott one of the work
Ing boats while attempting to effect a
lauding at llonokaa. A second boat
"captlzed shortly nftcrwnrd nnd a
member of tho crew suffered a frac
ture of the leg In two places, besides
meeting with other Injuilcs.
An Ilnvvallnu sailor sustained n e-
vtro cut in Iho lie id nnd a Japanese
wns Injured on thu leg. Thesn men
were brought to Honolulu by tho lwa-
laul and weru taken to tho Quocns
Hospital for treatment.
uno iinat riom the iwnlanl w-is
transferred to the l.lkellko .and that
vessel had steamed lo Knwalhan 'a
tnkc on a shipment of cattle. Thu ves
rel will return to Itonolulii this ovu:i
Ing or tomorrow morning.
..REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, April 2, 1910, from
10:30 a. m to 12 noon.
Henrietta A. Kellllnulnmn et ul lo I..
K. Toni) ( nl I.
Illshop Trust Co Ltd to I. urn lion
H .F. Lewis and wf to Ocorge A.
Amos K. Kldicdge et nl bj Tr of
Mtgee to Caiollne 3. Ilonil 0
Entered for Record. April 4, 1910, from
8: CO t. m, to 1CS33 a. m.
Ho Chew et ul to Kauetho Itlco Mill
Co. Ltd I)
Snn Antonio Port. Ilent Hocy or
Haw. to Joaquin do Frlas Iti-I
Knthcrlno McO. Cooper to Frederick
C. Miller Itel Dow
"They say that Rlovcnson frequent
ly worKeit a wnoio allcrnoon on u
- Hints noining. i know n man
who has been working thu last six
yenrs on ono sentence." Cusscll's
Marcli Is hero and tho first robin
will soon nrrlvo. Then romos Hpring
fever and baseball with ml Ihereaso
In the batting uverago of the Joy of
living. Toledo Illnde.
HUNDREDS of REMNANTS accumulated fiom our biR
Clearance Sale will be put on SALE FRIDAY MORNING,
APRIL 1. To dispose of the REMNANTS quickly, we
have marked them at about HALF the REGULAR PRICE.
The barfjains are (rathcrcd from every department in the
store. ' '
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The value of the classified ad is
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It specifics something that
the reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertisine is instantane
ous. To Ret Immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
Arctic Soda l.ellhcad nnd Wood
vnrd phone 857, 1203 Miller stree'
Teleiu'iono f3 to have Laundry
called for nnd delivered rlulck
Call on Mlko I'ntnn nt tho Kncoro
Saloon for a draft of Kiesh butter
Up to this morning !2t nutomohllcs
had been registered at the police court
and there nre stll morp to ronio
Timo spent nt tho Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This place It
sometimes known as the Two Jatvs
Ocorge Kniilln who got plc-cjcd on
Saturday ulglit and Inndcd In the po
lice station wns fined $1 this morning
by Judge Andrnilc,
vlMt jiick niibuits at thu Kentucky
Saloon when J on want liquid refresh
nient. You will get goo! goods am
courteous treatment Ibere
When not feeling right try somo of
our siphon roda uii ,ionii nii.K, or
Pure distilled water nt tho Consolldat
c.l Soda Water Works. Tel. 71.
Mrs. C. L. Dlckcrson for uptodatq
millinery nt rcasonab.o prices, Tho
only one that docs accordcon pleating
In Honolulu ilrccn stamps, too, i"r
Some of tho Marathon runners
claim thnt thej' did not know where
the short cut nt tho big gulch was
nnd that they thought that u man wai
to bo stationed "thcro to give direc
tions. The Auto Livery Co. Phone , Is now
under tho management of Qiilnn, Itch
nnd Qttlnn, eleven first class 7-scated
enrs, Packard, Thomas-Fljers, etc.
Iloutiil the Island trips a specialty, r,
passengers, S 10.00. Uest city sot
Yesterday aftcinoon tlio Liberty
baseball nine met the Vlncynrd team
nnd, nfter a great game, tho Vlnenrd
bunch won by n score of R to 3, Tlirco
doublo plnH vvnro brought off nnd til"
game was watched by a big crowd of
Hnchlgnwn, Iho .Japanese, who wns
cut up by nn iillcge.1 "friend" yester
day afternoon. Is confined nt the Jap
nlH'Kii IIosdtal mid Is weak from los.v
of blood. So far no trn.eo of tho a
sallant In tho rase linn been found,
but tho police expect to locate tho man
Arthur Cnnea has been nrrestcd on
n warrant nnd charged with assaulting
a Phlncsn namid l.uni Sam Hung. It
appears thnt tho Portugese had been
in tho habit of cutting- grass on Iho
CIiIucso'h hind and tho latter object
ed The fight followed ns n matter of
course nnd Luni got his good and hard,
SPECIE BANK REATJfY
(Continued from Pace 1)
clerks under Mr. TokU-dn. over ready
to ncrommodato all -who desire to
transact business with tho Institution
With tho exception of thu banking
furniture thnt can bo bought hero, all
tho fixtures nnd desks have arrived and
aro now being fitted In their position.
The, beautiful brownish marblo parti
tloiiH nnd walls have, been polished to
n finish, presenting a' most beautiful
Tim 8Ti:AMi:il Nocnu from Kauai
ports has arrived with u shipment of
3107 sackB sugar and 18 packages sun
dries. Hough weather was encounter'
cd by tho steamer.
TUB SCHOONKIl M. C. Foster will
renin off thu marine railway today
and will then bo ready for sen. Tlio
vessel has discharged n shipment of
lumber nt tho iort,
IT IS F.JCPKCTK1I that Iho Ameri
can bark Concord with general cargo
fiom San Francisco will bo rendy for
p wni.i.FTiM n pv -m
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
TUB MATSON Navigation
I.urllne sailed f.-om Snn Fr.incisci for
Honolulu with room for tweiil) mill-
tlonal cabin passengers, ncroidlng to
n wireless received nt the lnol ngency
of Castle & Cooke. The I.iirl'no nt
tho timo the messngo wns sent, was
steaming throimh northerly winds nnd
smooth seas and was 10SO mites off
Iho poit. The vessel Is expected to
nrrlvo hero early Wednesday moinln,
bringing thirty passengers, 287 sacks
mnlnland mall nnd 1500 tons freight
for Honolulu nnd over tcvm hundred
tons for Knhiilul.
TO UNllEltnO the regular semt-
niinunl cleaning nnd repainting, tho
Inter island stc-.nicr Kalu nui lint nr
rived from Hawaii ports. Tills vessel
hat been operated nlong tho Hawaii
rn-ist for the pact six months in gilh
erlng up rugnr r.l various jiorts nnd
transporting tho same to llilo. Tlio
Kntiilaut nnd tho Knual arc both kept
at work nlong1 the coast of tho Jllg
Island. Tho Knlulniil brought n
freight to tho port.
ACCOftDINO TO San Pranclsco pi
pers a Japanese servant of Captain
l.vnnm ninnlor nf tlio IT SAT.
Thomas, used the skipper's cabin for
secreting about a thousand dollars
w oi th of ilutlablo material, such as
valuable silks and wearing apparel.
In searching tho ship, tho customs uu
limltle. found n large assortment of
cushions nnd mat'
THERE Willi, lis a full shipment f
sugar taken by. the American b.ir
Fooling Suey now loading at Port Al
len with Uestlnitlon ns Dolawnro
Ilrenkwatcr. This vessel Is nliout
ready to sail, nnd, nccnrdlug to latest
ndvlcrs will probably depart for tho
East coast of tho United Statca tomor
row or Wednesday,
THE AltlltVAL of tho Amoilcan
Hawaiian freighter Columbian nt So-
attlo on April 3. with New York cargo
leaving the Atlnn'lc coast K)it on Feb
rifary 21. Tho Columbian In sailing
from 8nlna Cm): c.illod at 8au DIcr-j
nnd San Francisco en route. Tho vos-
sol Is duo to nirlvo at Honolulu on
8UOAII TO tho nmount of 0000
sacks Is duo to nrrlvo at tho port on
Wedliesdny morning by tho Inter-Island
steamer W. O. Hall. This vessol
has been making n scml-wickly round
trip to tho Onrdcn Island hut omlttud
tho extra voyngo this week but will
nrrlvo with n largo sugar shipment.
INASMUCH ns Iho Amcrlmii-lla-wnllnn
freighter Mlssourlan Is coming
down from Seattle nnd Tncoma nnd
not. San Francisco, It Is hardly pos
sible that tho vessel can bring a much
later lfinlMhsn thnt duo to nrrlvo by
tho Matson Navigation steamer I.ur
llne. duo hero on Wednesday
THE IlAflK Andrew Welch, now at
Pearl Harbor discharging ma'orlal for
tho dry docks (hero, may return to
Honolulu tonionow, Tho Welch will
bo given a full shipment of sugar for
the coast nnd It Is (ho Intention to ills
patch tho bark for Ban Francisco by
tho first of tho coming week.
KAUAI 8UOAII nvvaltlng shipment
Includes tho following consignments
according to n rcjiort from thn officers
of tho Klnnu: K. S. M 5850: Mnk
30.630; O. & It . C270; Men., 17 993; W
2800; M. 8. Co., 25 000; K. L., H00; P.,
10 60S; H. M., 11,491.
STEAMING Ihioiigh strong north
east trades and heavy tens tlio M it
son Navigation freighter Hyiules io
paitcd by wlrclers us being 138 mllos
off port on Saturday night with Sail
Francisco as her destination,
THE INTKIM8LAND steamer lwa
lanl has been placed on tho berth Id
sail for Muhukonn und Kawnllmo at
nwlii tomorrow, Tills vessel will re
turn with u shipment of sugar and n
consignment of cattle, on deck.
THE STEAMKIl Htlonlan of tho
Matron Navigation Lino, Is oxpected
to nrrlvo fioni Seattlo on Tuosday. Tho
vessol Is bringing down a row passon
got s and n shipment of general cargo
THE STEAMKIt from Kauai K)rtH
brought S00O Backs: sugur, 50 sacks
taro, 25 sacks rlco, and 77 packages
sundries, Strong northeast trndos and
i heavy seas wero encountered on tho
i homeward pnssaco.
THE 8AII.1NO of tho American
sihooncr Muriel from San Francisco
yesterday with destination ns Hono
Ipu Is reported, This vessel Is under
stood as bringing down n full ship
ment of merchandise.
FOHTY-TOUfl days from Mulketeo,
with n shipment of lumber, Iho Amer
ican fcclioonor II. II. Ilcndlxnn lias ar
rived at thn p'oit. Thu vessol brings
lumber to tho ngency of Lowers &
I THE OCEANIC steamer Slcrrn,
(whkli is sehe.luhsl to sail for Han
Francisco nn Wednesday morning,
J will carry tlio next4malilland mall. '
TUB NORWEGIAN freighter Salji
practically a sister ship In tho stenri
cr Ilygja no-v here discharging sulphur
and general cargo has arrived from
oiuilianni. Tl.o vessel sailed from
tho Jnpancsc port on Mnrch Ifilh an I
met with romo rough weather In cnuH
Ing tho Pacific. Tho SeIJa lirlmt a '
shlrmcnt of 1750 tons of geneinl cirsil
consigned to II. Hackfcnl nnd Com-
pany. Twenty-two sacis mall uirlved
by tho vessel,
Captiln Lie Is nccom
panlcd by his wife on this typ.
TIII3 I.i:AKS vvhlrli minlfested
themselves In the hold of tho schoon
er A loli n during hor encounter with
n s'orm off Hnvvnll have been repair
ed nnd tho vessel Is rculy to resume
tho V ova go to the coast nnd sail for
ttedondo, with tho rhlpmcnt of hnrd
wood railway tics. Tho Aloha put In-
to Honolulu In dlstiess on March 18th.
TJHT JAPANESE freighter Tainon
Maru which airived nt the port sev
eral weeks ngn vvl h n shipment of
phosphates fiom Ocean Island has lid
parted lor MoJI, Jnpan. This vessel
brought several passengers nnd tho
quarantine nuthoiltlcs discovered sev
eral cases of choleia on board. Tho
Tomo" Maru ka" '" balInBt-
OENEItAL CAIttIO from Molokal
and Maul ports Including 40 hales
hides 3 horses. 17 hugs, mid 20 calves
urrlu;'1 ,,y.",S.r,?!lor M,.klIll," T!'
vessel met with fair weather on
F0EP0E OUT FOR
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho office. In enso he Is defeated at l.ogan, arrived nt Manila Apill 3.
tho convention, ho said, ho wns will-' Sherman, to nirlvo rrom S.in Fran
ln(i to support tho victorious itli-l ciscn, Apill 12.
lucky one. Further than that ho Sheridan, sailed fiom .Manila fur Ho
would nut say much. nblulii, Mnrch 23,
Owing to tho Inclement weather.
which prevailed last w-cck, the poll
tlclniig ul.d their managers havo
been unable to get together und ills-,
Cl'f8 tlio political conditions of tho
uny. nioso who lett town nave no: "' "- ""iii nim . o a. .ir
returned, and therefore their reports',.'1';"1!1.'1"- f"'m 81""A FV,,l,,rll'm- ,.
f tlm outsldo situation will nut be
Known for a day or so.
Pending their arrival, however.
tho prospective candidates for dif
ferent political positions nro gutting
busy themselves by meeting the peo
ple and explaining to them what
they Intend to do If nominated and
elected In November.
Supervisor Win. K. Ajlctt stilted
tho other day that ho was out for
the samo position which ho now
holds. Should ho fail, to get tho
nomination, then ho says hu Is pan
with politics for good.
"I am out for supervisor," suld
Ajlctt when Interviewed by a II u 1
1 o 1 1 n mun. "If I can not get tho
nnnilnilllnti ffii- llint (i.mltlnn tlipn I
am pan with politics. I want to behPr ow Mh Parodies rather than
with tho people right here In the
Hoard of Supervisors, where I think
1 can do more for them thai: I could
wore 1 to run for tho House.
"Why," continued he, "up thoro
lu the Legislature 1 can not do much
good for the people. Suppose wo
pass u bill for certain appropria
tions. That en mo appropriation can
bo blocked by tho Territorial gov
ernment officials, after the Legisla
ture is p.iu. Homo, there Is no use
in going theie, when tho officials,
who do not carry out tho Intentions
of the legislators, ran Ignore the
authority of the Legislature. I pre
fer, therefore, to bo u supervisor
than a member of tho Legislature,
Robert linker, n bandboy, and n
good Republican, has announced-his
Intention to run for the Houso of
Representatives, Ho thinks, If given
the usual support nf tho Republican
party, ho can mako good In tho
House. Ho Is feeling tlio political
PuIbc and endeavoring to get tho
kokuns of his friends.
Home' Ruler Forever.
David Kiiplhca, n staunch Homo
Kuler ever sluco the overthrow of
thu monarchy, cnnio up town this
morning on business.
" Bn"1 "
would not run for any ofllco again
Ills stutemont Is thnt there Is noth
lug lu politics,
"I am n Homo littler from the he
ginning to the end." said Kuiilhoft.'l'ioniliient mnn will havo chnrgo of the
"I do not bollovo In Jumping from
one sldo of tho fnnto to thn othoi -
i. i- ... i h V I ,",'
t Is not u good thing to do. I ho -
I do not bollovo In Jumping from
imvu in Hiuuiiiiig uy my pnriy, as
iuii tis ii mum,
"t Is rather ridiculous to see thn
pcoplo changing their political faith
all tho timo. In my opinion, thoy
uie lutlior unreliable. Hut that U
(ieorgo K. Lowe, tho timekeeper
of tho rond department, la another
aspirant for legislative honors. Ho
Is a resident of tho Fifth and seems
to bellave hu can get the support of
Lowe, It will bo remeniv
iicii-u, vus iioaoHHiu ciers. oi iiiu
Senate during tho lust session. Ha)
seems to think that he has got the'
i ,.... ........ - ..'"... ....:.
cinch; but some of his confidential
friends do not think ns he does, If I nm noniluuted, I hope they glvo'
hence the trouble . m Ihelr kokuas. ThaPs nil." '
"I am on f.,r tlm House or Hep- Low.. Is n lergetle worker. He
resenlatlvps," said Lowe. "I do not' Is attending to his bushiest under
caro what my onenilnt nre saying tho road department with sathfar-
nbout inn. I Intend to light for myitlon. At tint samo time, he is not.
nomination nt the Democratic con- sleeping, but Is rather feeling nul.
'bizlng ujl tho pblltlcul sltua'tlou,
J. .i . . - 1 1 ! ' - v
Sun lay, April 3.
Kauai ports Klnaii, rtnir. n. in.
Moloknl nnd'Mnnl poits Mlkahaln,
stmr., a. m.
llilo and ports Kalulnnl, stmr.
ivukiillincle Iwnlanl, stmr., p. m.
Port Towiisend II. C. nendlxoi.
Am. schr., I p. m,
Momlny, April I.
llongkong und Jnpan ports SeIJa,
VE88ELS TO ARRIVE
Tuesday, April 5.
Seattlo nnd Tucoma llllontnn, M.
N. 8. S.
Snllna Crui, Snn Francisco, Seattlo
Mlssoiirinn, A.-ll. S. 8.
Wednesday, April 6.
Snn Francltco Lurllne, M. N. 8. S
KniiJi portfeW. 0. Hall stmr.
Thursday, April 7.
Hawaii and Mnul purts Claiidlnc.
I MAIL8. I
Malls nre ruo n( Honolulu from
points ns follows:
Snn Francisco Per I.urllne, April 0.
Yokohama Per Mnnrhiirln, April 9.
Vancouver Per Mnltal, April 2.
Colonics Per Mnkiirn, April 20.
Malls will depart tor thu following
points ns follows:
Snn Francisco Per Sierra, April C.
Yokohama Per Nippon Mnru. Apr. 11.
Colonics Per Mnramn. April 29.
Vancouver I'cr Mnkiirn, April 20.
TRANSPORT SERVICE. I
Honolulu lor Manila,
I)lx, nt Manila, J'in. 20.
IN "OREIGN PORT
Monday. Anrll 4.
SAN FIIANioou o.ulvil April 3-
Sch. Muriel, for lUuiotiiti.
miiimii Jiiii 1 tin. kit v
Alien, hence Mnr. 1 1.
MIDWAY I8LAND Arrived April 4:
Sib, l'l.iurencu Ward, hence Mar.
I RECREATIONS I
.Manager uvorcnu o no i;iiMiira
has Moral another lilt It: Mcurlii?
Miss tuiinle Donovan for Ills tho-
nter when others hnd attempted to
win ucr io ilium oiiss iiuuovan is
In vlvaiious Lomedlaniie who slues
'' 'he' "'"' h "'"B itllom
.Tu.i. oiiu mm just tuit iiiu uiiniuuiii
circuit, whero she has been u head-
liner for months, Her rnngs nro in
dialect, and tho melodies of Kerry
nnd Conuuugtit nro to bo enjoyed by
those who know what tlio Irish can
do with music.
In addition to this attraction Miss
Asplnwall will contliuio hero wonder
ful danrc for tho balance of tho week,
Thn audiences ul thu Empire huvo
been so pleased at thu performances
ineiu unit they Insist upon remaining
through two programs Instead of leav -
ing nrtcr seeing tho ono they havo
paid for. This has been the cnuro
several times for tho hanging of thu
Standing Hooni Only sign In front of
llio houso. Miss Asplnwall Is the
moti, wonderful dancer ever seen hero
nnd her m rations do not savor of tho
Autono Knoo feels his defeat of os
terday very much and hu sas that ho
Is willing to run any man who com
peted In tho Hulelwn Marathon nt any
old timo. Knoo Is feeling alright agsu,
and considers thn.t ho was In u way
ItrxltllAil lF tlm inn n.t iiKArulnl .. in
of tho coursu Judges .preventing him
rrom taking inn snort cut.
Howevor, another Marathon will bo
pulled off in n short time, nnd It will
be ut llio l'rincess Skating rink. A
" ""'f ?"" u" " "iiiiiers win no in-
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P"''1 ,0 c"'llut0 ' "'o ca' K
Jackson Foagler, Ounios. Fahy. Haj
Tlmknmo0 ull, v , qUl0r'K.n
expected to enter for tho Indoor Mum
Tho following wlrclcbs to Castlo &
Cooke plnces tho .inline ut 9 p. m.
April 2, 1050 miles off. light north
wind, smooth sen. Fur Honolulu 1200
tons chnrgo; for Knhiilul 710 tons.
Thirty passengers, 287 sneks mall. 30
packages express matter. Will nrrlvo
eariy vvoiinesuay morning.
t U H tt tt tt tt Jt Jt it U
vuutlou. If I nm defeated, (hen 1
will support the rest of tho winners..
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Saturday, April 2.
San Francisco China, P. M. 8. 8,
5:34 p. m.
Auslrnllan ports Maltnl, C.-A. 8. S.,
Moji and Japan ports fTnmoii
Mnru, Jap stmr., p. in.
VE8SELS TO DEPART
Monday, April 4.
Kaunt ports Nocnu. stmr, S p m
Tuesday, April 6.
' Mnhukmm nnd Kawalhao Iwnlanl.
Maui nnd Moloknl ports Mlknhaln,
Kauai ports Klnnu, Btmr.
llilo via wny ports Maunn Kca,
Per P. M. S. 8. Chlnn for San Pran
clsco Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Miss Allcu
Cooke. T. Cooke, Mrs. II. Wfttcrhouse,
Mrs. N. Sturgeon, I), IJ. Tnlmago, Ill
shop E, It. Hughes, Miss I. Parsons,
1). W. Anderson, Mrs. J. II. Atlicrton,
Miss Flcxmati, Miss K. Atlicrton, C.
O. Warren, P. Iloss, Mrs. Ross, Dr.
and Mrs. Lnnghornc, II. IJ. Drodlc, W.
L. Miles, Mr, nnd Mrs. Graham, Ma
jor and Mrs. Macglunls, Mrs. L. Creel
man. Mrs. A. Crcclmnn, Vo. Calloway,
Miss W, Dickson, Mrs. C. A. Ostrom,
AUmi Leslie, Miss 1). Unlardl,
Per O. 8. S. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, Apr. G. Mr. and Mrs. 8. U.
Young, Mrs. L. K. Kutz, Mrs. O.
Ilniinntt, Mrs. J, P. Sloan, Miss V.
II. Sloan, Mrs. C. O. Ostrom, Miss L.
IJ. Ostrom, Mrs. A. Thompson, Mrs.
Ulffard, It. J. Muchly) Mrs. l)uchl.
Mis. M. II. Webb, Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
II. Thomas, Miss Drown, Miss Pratt,
W. J. SchiilU, Mrs. Scliultz, Mr. anil
Mrs. J. C. Cohen, Mrs. V. V. Col
lins, Miss McOnvcrn, Miss Agnes Sul
livan, Mrs. M. S. Amusscn, C. II.
Mi Cloud, Mrs. J. II. Clark, Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. llonncy, Mr. nnd Mrs, (1.
II. Casey Mr. and Mrs. W. T. llcll,
J. 11. Sloan, .Mrs. J. J. Lymnn, Mrs.
Knox, Col. nnd Mrs. Adams, Mrs. S.
A. Hoggs, Mrs, IJ. L. Klnslca, Mrs.
C. A. lllalsdell. Miss Illnlsdctl, Mrs.
W. IJ. Murray, A. T. Henry. Mr. ami
Mrs. J. H. Hose, Mlrs Isabel! Innes,
W. K. Mncomber, A. Lane, M. Arena,
P. 11. Peck, W. N. llclllngcr, Mrs.
W. L. Itolph, Mrs. T. II. lloUortson,
Miss K. M. Anderson, Mrs. O'Con
uctl, Mr und Mrs. J. II. Unit, Mrs.
T. IJ. Dennis. Mrs. IJ, II. Spencer.
Per stmr. Klnaii, for Kauai port),
Apill 12. Marshall D.irrach, W. 11.
Itlce, Mrs. Itlco, Miss U. It leu.
Per Btmr. Klnnu, for Knual ports,
A,,r,i 6. Krnnela Oay, 0. K. Winter.
K. ,,. Sl,nl,,ng, 0. II. Fnlrcl.lld, M.
jUrro:ov Mr8i Marseloy, Dr. and
Mr- w i,orrmall, Mlfc ,.:. . Wll.
,,, w.. ..,.
tcrhnuse, Miss Waterhoiisc, Miss IJ.
J. Waterlinuse, Miss Morolie.it,
Per stmr. Muunn I.oa, for Komi
nnd Knu ports, April 12. Ciov. W.
F. Frcar, Marston Campbell, Mrs. J.
A. Young, Miss Stone.
Per Btmr, Claudtne, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, April 8. Mrs, Mur
phy, MrB. Poavey, M. Ilonson, Mrs.
C. H. Dcsky, Mss J. Massey. '
Per stmr. Maunn Ken, for lilies
und way ports, April 5. C. J, Day.
Mrs. C. J. Day, Miss I. Innes, Sam
Parker, M. Hunnowell, Altco Nawal,
C. A, Ilruns, J. J. Sullivan, Hfr. uud
Mrs. Pendleton, Miss Iloho, E. A.
' Southworth, Judge. J. Matthowmau.
V. IJ. Hudson. Mrs. Hudson.
Per stmr. Klnnu, for Knual ports,
April C. Francis Ony, M. Massely,
Dr. W. Hoffmann, Mrs. Hoffmann.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Notice Is hereby given that Mlddlo
Ground Puny No, 5, Hulnim Hay,
California, was reported missing
March 22. It will bo replaced aa
toon ns practicable
mum tojjsioms fouie
Commencing with April 1, thorn
huvo been four additions mado to tho
foico of day nnd night Inspectors
connected with the local customs
Michael J. Scully, who for tlio
past few years has been connected
with tho police department In tho
capacity of buck Inspector, has Join
ed tho customs and begun his dutlos
us u night Inspector, From tho oil
glliln list of applicants thoro have
alto been drawn the names of F. J.
Ilubello nnd M. It, Mcdolros. Thcsn
havo tukoti up tho work on tho
W. P, Storey, n night Inspector,
has beoil promoted to tho day staff,
und ho commenced work with tlio
first of tho month.
HAKUOLE In Honolulu, April 2.
1910, to tho wifo of Jus. Hukuolo, .1
thIIKE THOUSAND six hundrel
sacks of Knunl sugai nro duo to arrive
n, owning or toinni'invv nininlng hv
tlm Htcamor Kenuhou This vessel wnt
t0 a- fT0M Knlon today,
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