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BVBNINO nULURTTN, HONOLUM), T. II, miDAY, MAY lfi, 190S.
WEEKLY CALENDAR ' f
Pacific Stated. SI
Honolulu Commander Rep-
ular, 9 p.m. p
All visiting mcinbora of the hV
rder are cordially Invited to d
ntSend ms stings of lac! lodges W,
HARMONY tODGL, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mets every Monday evening 6t
7:80 In I. O. O. V. Hall, Fort Stieet
B. It. H1SNUUY, Seoretarr
IH3N. F VICKKUS, N. U.
All visiting brothers rcry cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF F.
Mccta corv 2d and 4th Tuesday
or each month ut 7 30 p in. nt K. I'.
Hull, corner l'ort und lleretanra Sir..
Visiting Profilers cnnli.illy welon.iic
w. i.. lyli:, c c.
F. WALDHON. K. or it. & S.
OAHU IODOE, No. 1, K. of V.
Meets ovory flrat nnd thlul I'i '-
dny ovonlng at ".no In K. r 1' Hall
corner Tort nnd Ilcrctiinl'i Visiting
brothers cordlnll) Invited to tttnml
A. O DKF.IUNO. cc,
J S. W. WHITE, K II S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, S.PO.E
Honolulu Ixds No. GIG, II. P. O.
(., will meot lu their hv.l on King
Rear Fart atct overy Friday even
his. liy order nr tha II It.
HBNKV C. 13ASTON,
WM, ': McINUUNY, E. It.
Wei. M'KINLBY LODGE Ne.8, K.of F,
Meta every Haturday evening nt
I:I( o'olook In K. of P. Hall, oor
Fart aad Deretanla. VUltlng broth
ra mrdlally Invited to attend,
Yv. L. FRAZEK, CC,
E. A. JACOBSON. K.It.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
MmUs on the 2nd and itu WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
QCTetanh nnd Fort streets.
VHdtlns ilaslea ara Invited to nt
V. L. FRA7.HH, Vv, Prest.
II. T. MOOItH, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meats every ilrst and third Thurs-
teyn of each mtiuth at Knights ot
fythUn Hall. Visltlnsr hrothors cor-
MaJly Invited o attend.
J. W ASCII, flaehera.
A. K. MURPHY, C. of It
8prinr; Floors, New Ribbons,
JTsa fliers oad Hats Are Arrived.
Wirt francs made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
for Lcis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
,m BiaViaa tho Best Iloma-made Bread
ia town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your deor.
v 'call ur 107.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
Tho moBt popular
v, place in town.
the Fashion Saloon,
Hotel fit. near Fort.
Jaek Bonlly. Jk Roberts.
,TVi Beat Whiskey on the Market.
iTHOB, F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
10M05 KING ST.
&JH0NE 140. P. 0, BOX 755.
Pine Jeb Printing at the Bulletin.
Here's a Good One
Something the doc
tor will endorse if he
is not prejudiced.
Scientifically pure. A
tonic and always re
freshing in summer.
25 cents a quart.
$2.50 the dozen.
, Smith &i
HOTEL and FORT STS.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO,
FOR. FORT, AND KING STS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUUANU near KING.
OF THE SEAS0NN
MISS POWER'S Boston Bldrj,
Cigar for Particular People,
HAYSEJ-OEN TOBACCO CO., LTB.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket, ,
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
WING CHONG CO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Fnrniraw Mattresses,
Kte., Zto. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
10-Ccnt Perfect Havnna Cigar. v
M. A. Gunst fc Co.
Op- Z3ULUET1N ADS. PAY
.LOCAL AND GENERAL
School days arc almost over for
the summer and the holiday time
may be snent anywhere without ex
pense by trvinp the Bulletin Plan.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
1 Panama hnts cleaned at tlio Globe.
I Mrs (leu. P Cnstlo enmc bfick to
1 On on tho Korea.
I King up Scotty'a when you want a
good auto ride. Phono 107.
I Honk! Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Ale-
I l.cod, for tho pleaanntost nuto ride.
If sou need n nurtiuit for mi) cl.is
of work, joii rhuiild Hce Ahur.i ori
I i:. A Mcltirni, wife and child lll
lt'ao for San Francisco till after
noon on tho Koicn.
Tlio Soaalda cottaRCs arc dcllglilful
lu thu Hummer time. Hngagu a cot
tngo now for tho (oason.
Mrs I. Ia Horno, ulfo or llio preal-
dvnt of Kamchnmeha nt-hools, Ih
booked (i leave on tho China.
Uon't mlsH out-lnt chnnco to gut
Iho llncst hosiery nt loueat prices lu
I lie big Halo this week nt Ulom'H.
Senator John C. l.ane nnd Jan. 1,
Coko aro hooked to leau todnj on the
atcninshlp Chlnn, Bailing nt 5 p. m ,
Clcllla M. Svlvn has nitV'iilif appll-
catlon for dhorco from ".l.innnl Sjlvn
on tho grounds orflo yura' desertion.
Mrs. It. C Brown 'Ifo of tho chief
ot the lnnnlgrntlfi h'htlon, was a re
turning pasBP',4ers on tho Korea from
tho Stntcy indny
I'lctiiru framing In nn nrt, and when
nil" a.iiiIh a good ulctitro framed In
in'opcr alii Ic. he hhould take It to tho
iluwnll I'hiilo and Art Co.
Call at the Tax Office and ascer
tain what you owe while the assess
ment books for 1907 are open for In
cpectlon to the public.
V T HiililiiRi'ii, who arrived from
Mallukil lnil.i will lcno fur tho
StuU-K In I lie China today. Ho will
I io accompanied by Mrs. Itouiflson.
Cont,your Iron roofa with "Arabic"
Yoa -.fill surprised at Ui coollnr.
nml preservatho properties. California
Feed Co., agents. '
Tlio w'hlto Family notary (lock and
chain atltch) Is tho beat sowing ma
chine lu tlio world. Ileimy & Co., LU.,
agents, 12CG, l'ort street. Phono 488.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,, Ltd.,
can attend to it for vou. Phone 143.
TImiso who drink Scotch whiskey
arc perfectly rtmlldcnt ot tlio fact that
Andrew Usher's whiskey In the best
over. Just order a trial from Pcicoek
& Co., tho Kilo agents.
KratiMlu tiutnmuhlles wcro shipped
from thu fatton (luring tho neck of
Mny 1 to eighteen different rltlet.
Kluicli of these shipments wero car-
londi nml ono was a shipment to Ho
Dr. C.iroy I). I.aughoin, who Is to
lelhe Hurgpon Smith ut tho Naal
Station,' arrived on tho Korea -this
morning. He should. ImVo been heio
on tho Sheridan, hut missed the bout
Dr. Smith leaves for thu Count this
afternoon on tho China.
Thirteen-Year-Old Boy Runs 'Away
From Foster Parents 9tudent
At St. Louis Collccc.
Days of hl.nery and lirut.il masters
ure brought to mind by tho allegations
of Sam Kapol Kiipiiakclaul nutnst
Kuiiuhokula and Joo Knos lu n re
quest filed with ami granted by Judgu
l.inditaj this morning. Leon Sterling,
nt present n student nt St. Louis Col
lege, Is thu central llguro lu tho ul
Thirteen- ear old Leon Is an or
phan nnd lie was adopted somu time
ago b K. and uJo Knos, The were
also Hindu the gu-ii-dlniis of tho piop
erty whlih he liud fiillen heir to, nnd
their bond was pluced ul $1U0, ,
Sam Kapuahelaiii swears' that their
bond Is nliKiilutely woithless. Knno
hokuhi (lied thu bond with her hus
band, Joo Knos, as ninety. Sam siiyu
that pioperty to thu aluo of 12i!0,
they receiving that stun, was sold,
Furthermore ho stutes that no llnal
iiccountB havo been filed regarding
tho boy's estate.
Kxtremo cruelty Is nlso charged
against K. ami .loiiu liiok, such as
boating with whips, etc.. and a spo
clrtc clinrgu is made. They niu ac
cused of using a "blacksnako."
Finally, the boy could not stand
tho constant liiutnl treatment accord
ed him, and ho inn nwuy, coining to
Sam Kapiiahulaul for nsblstanco. lie
was placed In St. Louis College,
uliurv ho now Is, mill has been slay
ing wllh Sam uvor sluco.
Judgu Lindsay ordered K. and John
Knos to appear In Court to show
ciiiisu. If they can, why tho bo's per
ton anil estato should not bo taken
fiom their earn. Ho iilso oideied
them to tlio their 11 mil accounts of tho
cstatg. In tho tneaiitlmo, Leon Sterl
ing will ripnaiu under tho cutu or Sain
Toiupcratuies G u. m,, 71; 8 a. in.,
77; 1(1 n. m., 78; noon, SO;' moinlng
Ilaromcter, 8 a m., 30.04; absolute
humidity, 8 a, m., ti.270 ginlns per
ruble foot; lelathe humidity, 8 a m.,
G3 per cent; dow point, 8 a. in.i G3,
Wind 0 n. in., voloclty 10, direction
N. K.i 8 u. in, eloclty 81, direction N.
K.; 10 n, in., velocity C, dlicctlon S, i:,,
noon, vqloclty 10, dliection N. K.
Rainfall duiing 21 hourB ended S u,
iri, .00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
bourn ended nt noon, ISO miles,
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U, 8. mMker Uureaii
in mm ports ,
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
vVednescday, May 13.
YOKOHAMA-Arhed May 12:
K. S. Hongkong Mnru, hence Mny I.
POUT UAM1II.K- Sailed May III:
Am. Bchr. itnhcit lowers, for Ho
nolulu. KAHUI.UI Sailed May 12:
S. S. Ncbrnsknn, for San Francisco.
Thursday, May 14.
SAN FltANCISCO Aliived Mny II.
P. M. S. S. Slbeiln, honco May 8.
i:imi:iA Sailed, Mu 1.1
Sclir. Allco MacJonald, for Hono
lulu. O A VIOTA Sailed Mas II:
S. S. llosecrans. toning barge Mon
terey, for Honolulu (not as pro
KAIIUL.UI Arrived Mny II:
A.-ll. S. M. Alaskan, fiiim Honolulu.
Friday, May 15.
YOKOHAV,. -S-illcd May IS:
J M. 8 S. Manchuria, for Hono-
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Mny 12:
A.-II. S. S. Columbian, for
d WATERFRONT NOTES
Two big ', si. liners mo in port tins
morning, tlio China from tho Orient,
nnd tho Korea from San Francisco,
both bringing piSEOngers and mill fo,1
thin poit, nnd somu general ficlghl.
They m rived off tho harbor early this
morning, and caino in at nearly the
muiiu time, linking li iicrusary to
dock tho China ut tho Channel wharf,
nnd thu Koica nt tlio lemilar Hack-
fold wliarL They will rail at S and I
P in. today respective!, can tint
mall nml passengers out of this imit.
Tho boats both had uneventful runs
over, with calm weal her, And no cv
clUment on board
Tlio China bring 300 tons general
cuigo and 12 bagu of mall. Shu Is
coaling in this poit ns ui.inl ,aiid Ink
lug on fieeh Biipplles. On this boat
100 Japnneho for this port cam" In thu
Piomlneiit among tho passengers
nliuuid aro A. Morphy, well known
lieio as tho purser of tho Pcrala, and
i:. J. Heard, a civil engineer, who has
been building lallrouls In Iho l'lilllit
pines for ninumbei jf eara.
Sovcn of Ihu iiasroiigirs In tlio cab
in stop ovet In this tinii.
Among the iK'tplo in tho cabin Is n
largo parly of German iin.l Austrian
tourists on their way niouiid Ihu
Tho Korea brings 82 tons general
jiturr, mostly provisions. ISO bags of
innll, and a good number or passen
gers, both for tuts port nnd tha Orient.
Two hundred nnd twenty are In thu
steerage, of which number n few are
lauding in this port, iiinoug Uiein being
moie of thu Hindus who mo dilftlng
In this waj pretty steadily fium Ihu
Among llio prominent passengeis
aboard aiu the family of Hi.miioiiiI (J,
111 own. tho local Immigration Inspect
or, .Pick T. Wnircn, n liuslnecs man
of thlH city; K ,M. .Ioiiiih, of Kobe,
Japan, who Ins been an ofilclal busi
ness lu Washington, and ProftsKir It
Koch, the ifuled bacteriologist of Her
many, who li a stopover pasunger,
Mn lug nt the. Moulin hotel.
All of thu people on thu ship say
thnt Trlscu was licet mad when the
INTER ISLAND STEAMERS.
Tho Manna Uia riimo lu this morn
ing with a good lot of pintt) goods.
Sho brings S", I bags of ugar, 303
bags toffee, S lugs taro, " lugs pota
Iiiom, 1 bags ginger, fi b.ljjh cabbiges,
1,1 liuncheb ban mas, 2 cum-s manges,
7 eaaos dried IIkIi, 2 casus eggs, I c iso
limes, 28 cases honey, 11 kegs butler,
30 bumllCH hides. 42 ho0s, 30 head
rattle, I calves, S crates chickens, J
pigs, I horses, 2 covvs, X dog, 1 goat,
unil 1G5 packages sundries.
Tho Nllhau In ought lu this morning
G700 bags of sugar fiom Mnhukoua.
Tho Ko An Hau Is In port today,
having brought from Anahola Oils
morning 34U0 bags sugar, 329 bags
rice, 24 bales hides. ( empty boxes,
2 crates rhlckens, 1 boiler, 39 bugs
coal und 3 packages sundries.
Tho W (1 Hall c.-inio In this morn
lug with llio following cargo. 4005
bags A sugar, 1335 bags II sugar.
The Mlkaliala fiom Koloa, brings
1000 bags A sugar und 900 bag II
Iiitur-lslaud hteaniers Hailing today
aro: Mlkaluila, 5 p. in., tor Mai,!!
well; Ko An Hon, B p. in., fo' An i-
liolu, nml Ihu W. (1. Hull, li p. m , lor
THIS AMHUICAN IIAHK Kaliilatil
Is lushing work on hur discharging,
In older lu gut uboaid u cargo of
-uur which she Is to take cast.
TUB STIIAMHIl KINAU, (liegory,
nailed for Kauai portH nt 5 o'clock
A Most Excellent Ateortment ot
iHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 625.
A. N, SANF0P.0,
GRADUATE OPTICIAN .
EYES EXAMINED and
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
tt 8 K H If K K-K 1 T- " n ft ,
x ' PASSENGERS BOOKED
K K if K & 31 ti X K. IS It K ." K J(
Per P. M. S. S Chlin, lYIde rcu
Sun Frauclkco, Muy 15 Mrs P. 1.
Ilrliickurhnff, H. A. Mc nit wilei
and child, II. C. Tiiinei viro t ,,) clnl-
dren nnd Japanese I, iJ, Miss llur
nett, I Itublnstelu, '. T. Itoblnsou
nnd wife, Miss L. I vris, W. M.
Mooro nnd wife, Mrs. j. A. Iloppec
Jllsses Kntherino nnd Mnrguerlt?
Hopper, Miss McKlnley, Mrs .1. lain
do, Dr. Iln.Miiond. JIIss Martha Wclss
gcrher. Mis. P. L, Home, John C.
I.nno,.W. M. Alexander nnd wife. Mis.
A. A. Moore, Jr., Miss Lillian' D. Ow
uey, Mis. J. C. Hampton, Jim. L, Coke,
F. F. nildwln und wife, J. It. Pntlonce
nnd wife, Mis. J. Ilankcy, Mrs. J. F
Hare, C. (1. Smith, M. tlartenbcig,
wlfo and two chlldlen, D. P. Miimbrao
and wire. James I.ord, F. I). Ixivvray,
Stanley Fletcher. C. A. Uruiis, Miss
K. A. Clinniljlor, MUs Alleu F. Ilcan,
i:. C. Wurrcn.
Per P. M. 8. S. Km en, Dixon, for
Hongkong via iKirts, May in. Mrs.
Adelaide L. Ilutler, Mrs. I'.cbecca li
win. WANT POLICE
(Continued from Page 1)
of-tho-way Ideality under llio (outicil
nnd regulation of thu police.
The above petition Is being widely
circulated today und has alicady re
ceived n largo number of signatures,
among tho signets being Suponltors
Hal voy and Fern, as well us u laigu
number of llawallans and piomlucut
men from the vvnterfiout.
"I signed tho petition simply be
cause I wnnt to get protection for the
women of my family und for my
nice," said one of the piomlneiit Hn
walla ns this noon. "Since Iwllci was
closed suldleis und others have been
hanging about my place and havo ' t
times been making overture. to tho
women of my family, and I have been
told by many othcis that they hail
had the same- experlcnie."
Sheriff lauUeu had not iccnlved n
copy of tho petition when ho was
seen this noun. He would not stale,
beforo receiving It, what action ho
would take lu icgnrd to tlio matter.
Honolulu ha well gained tho repu
tation of being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain same la by keep
Inn at work.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Muy II.
passed tho Ilouso of Itepiescntullvos.
V This Is it compromise measure that tumbles for an emcigenry cui
leney much like what was Issued without it special law by banks through
out tho (ciiiutiy during thu October
SANTA FE EXPRESS ROBBED
HL PASO, Texas, May 11. A train on tho Santa Fo rallioad near
hero was held up by bandits tonight, the safe In tho express car 1 1 fled,
and 'S3r,,00i) In -coin secured. Tho bandits escaped with their boot, pnili
nbly crossing tho liver Into Mexico. Tlio passengers on the train weio
NKW YOUK, N. Y., May 11, Filly Slieff. ono or tho most beautl
nctresses on the Amcilcnu stage, has been divorced.
Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 24, '08.
Stoddard-Day ton Motor Car Co., Dayton Ohio.
Model "K" wins first in $2750 class, first in $3500 class, first
in $3500 and over, defeating. all entries regardless of H. P.; also
special time prize winning hill lecord.
- ' , JUST ARRIVED
Our first car of the Stoddard-Dayton make, It is a peach.
Come and see it.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
Acting (lovernor Mott-Sinlth hail i
oufcicnru with Wllllnni Pfotciihnucr
tills morning regarding rental ot
lands in Pllhonun, Hawaii, which nro
leased to tlovernor linker, and lu
t-irn leased by hint to tho Hnwalinn
M'll Company. Tho Hawaiian Mill
t'( li.,)i:iy litis been paving u lcntnl of
$,l.r,(l per ucrc to both tho Govern
moil und tho lessee, nnd Mr. Pfotcti
h mei- states that 'this Is too much.
Tic latter I'onipnny bus been run
nl3 Its cniin lands at a loss of from
$l )O0n , j,j0oo n crop, mainly on
. t-iiunt of the fact that the company
Jins to pay $7, In nil, rent for cam
icie. A legal nueslton enters Into
llio (llsetisilnn, 'innsniucli ns It is not
(iiown whether tho Incentive has
tho right to reduee rents.
ROBERT LOVE ESTATE
INCORPORATES FOR $60000
vrriclcs of association, followed by
ones of Incorporation, have been lltcd
with tho Ticasurer by the Hubert
LovoKstatn Tho capltul stock Is
named nt fl'.O.ono, which Is divided
up Into OOP sh.ucs, held by tho fol
lowing .persons: Alice Lovo Hoogs,
99 slimes; W. II, Hoogs, 1 sharu; W.
A. Love. 100 shares; J. II, Love, 100
shares; Lily Love Cooke, 99 Bhares;
C. II. Cooke, 1 share; Stella Lovo Pat
tcison, 100 shales; nnd Waller C.
I.oe, 100 slimes.
(Continued from Pace 1)
the ladles would stay nwuy. I hhould
think, how-over. It would be better to
glvo tomothlng cntliely unique. Tho
men of the Fleet have had dances ev
er w hero. Why not glvo n CaTc
Chnntiint with .1 Inutile Wilder to get'
up thu program? Light ill Inks could
bo served und I think nil would
enjoy themselves. They would not
havo to wony about tho Miclety lt
dlcn attending. Hut thu ladles would
go to thu ball If one Is given."
Mrs. S. M. Damon "1 inn not go
lug out Just nt plesent, so I urn not
((impotent to speak for the other la
dle:). 1 liuvo not heard tho matter
talked, 1 should think it would be
ver lovely to attend such an affair.
I think It would bo very foolish to
object to going to ;i ball for tho
This was tun unanimous response
given tho II u 1 I e 1 1 u ' h iiueiy. Tho
hk let ladles or olhur towns mny
think tho sallois of tho Nuvy nrc not
good enough to bo shown tho highest
considerations of (oiutesy, but It Is
not mi with the ladles ot Honolulu.
Dlaiik books ot nil sort, ledgers,
etc. manufectured by the Bulhtln Pub
The Vreeiand Currency bill has
M E K S K ii K ii 5C J5 K 55 H Ml
K ARRIVED "
K K K S S K H K K X if K K K
Friday, May K.f
P. M. S. S. China, l'rlele, fiom Na
gasaki for San Francisco, 7. IS a. m.
P. M. 9. S. Koica, Dixon, from San
Francltco, Tor Hongkong via polls,
SM5 n. in,
1'ilday. Mny 15.
Sliur. Nllhau, Oness, rioni Mnhu
koua, 7: IS n. m.
Sinn. 16 Ail Hon, l'eleikon, from
Anahola, a, in.
Slmr. W. O. Hall, Tliompsjin, rroiii
Kauat, 1 n. in. -,
Slmr. Mlkuhnla, 'l'ullell, rioni Ko
loa, I; 35 a in,
Slmr. Manna Loa, Slnicrsoii, Iiom
Maul and Iluwnll polls, u. in.'
W 3 M t 3i )C X t JJ A A K X it
fc DEPARTED ,;t x
it' 38 K M iS. 11 ?: K V ii ( Jt'lt
Thursday, May II.
Slmr. KIiiiiii, UrvRor), for Kauai
poits, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Muni, Ilruhn, for Maul poitt',
C p. in.
u h. jc h ii it ii ;r ;; if. id u X JC at ;r
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED '
Fiom San Fianclsco, per S. S. Ko
rea. May 15 For Honolulu: Allss
Anna Ilaiier, Miss Idu Hollow s, K. L.
Illggs. Miss M. lllltner. Mrs. F. tl.
Ilhind, Miss 11. T Ilhnd, Miss S. I..
Illand, JIIss II. W. Ilnwmau, Mis. II.
C. llrown, Miss Helen Hi own, Master
Arthur Drawn, Wm. C. Curdeii, Mrs.
Ceo. P. Castle, T. It. Cheatham, Miss
Haltlo Chtnlham, C. F. demons. Mis.
C. F, demons, S. O, Com icon, Mrs.
S. G. fourteen, A. .1. Fnli weather,
Mrs. A. J. Falrweathcr, Mlsa Ktliol M.
Falrwvather, L. T Garnbey, Alias C.
Giecn, Alia. L. Hankcnson, Mrs. A.
I ranees Unvden, IM. llcilemauu, IIov;
ard 11. Horner, Mrs. T. Ivcrsnn, M7s.
Francis Kuckluy, MIfh Hess Kenlnei,
P. Klamp, Miss Kmlly I.. Kuril, Pin
fesBor It. Koch, Mrs. It. Koch, Dr. C
D. Langhomc, Airs. C. D. Lanhoim..
A. 11. Leckenby, S. S. I.ltchlleld, J. C.
Llttlcpago, .Mis. J. C. Littlcpago, Mrs.
0. McMillan, W P. .Miller, C. 1). Mln
or, AY. P. Olds, Alts W P. Olds, C.ipt.
1. K. i'aisons, U S A.. Alia. A. C.
Pfcirtlier, .Mis. 11. ('. Sinllh, Allss Ginco
Spauldlng, J. II. Stahloy. Allss Millu
Sutton, H. H. Tnlor. Airs. 12. H. Tay
lor, Alastcr Clifford Tnjjor, Airs. Hlht
L. Tomlliion, Alls. AI. V.. Tenney, Alias
Mny Thomiis, Allss AI. Toor, A. T.
Wakefield. Shirley C. Ward, Airs. Shli
le C. Ward, J. T. Wnircn, Allss K.
Wight, Allss II. II. Wilcox, A. A.
Young, Airs. A. A. Young, J. Alorton,
Jr., H. T. Winston, Mis. H. T. Wins
ton. For Yokohainu: Geo. C. Adams,
.Mis. Geo. C. Adnni3, John Fox, Airs.
John Fox. W. 11, Glllldin, Airs. W. D.
Gllticon, J. 11. Gimucll, Aim. J. II.
Guunell und Infant, W. Hnlvlii, J. 11.
Hopkins, Y. Kul, Mrs. Y. Kal and In
fant. .1. It Llnd, K. Old, Airs. A. S.
Omorl. II. S. Salisbury, J. V. Suflou,
Ir., Airs J. W. Seflon. Jr., W. F.
Smith. Airs. W. F. Smith. For Kobo:
Itov. J. 11. Ayros, Alls. J. II. Ayies
and con, Allts W. II. ChiinibtrH, F. AI.
Jonns, Itev. C W. Loobor, Airs. C W.
Loebur, Dr. W. C. AIacs. Airs. W. C.
Allocs, Y. Nlshlmuia, Itev. Hoy It.
Huppert, Airs. Hoy It. Hcppert. For
Shanghai II.. O. llrlen, H. T. Cooper.
Geo. Crofls, Airs. Geo. Ciofts, K.
Hungo, Chns. Schciihner, Allss I.oulhu
Scheubnei-. For Hnnukong". 1). (5.
Heebe, Hov. A. Wllllnni Cooper and
wire, Allss Jessie L. II. Ccilmer. S. Fli
cker. Allss Chmlottu llulKcy, Alls. I!.
Il.ii voy, IC. J, llnzin, K. J. IIIrHlimau,
Allt-H Floiunco Hoffmaii, Allss 11. Judil,
Kuy Kee, Airs. Kay Keo nnd 3 ( lill
dien. It. II. Knox, Mm. It. II. K'nov,
Miiblor Alcl.-iren Knux, LI Fo Kl,
HcnJ. H. Mi' or, Airs, llenj. H. AIeer,
It. H. Miller, Alra. P. W. Tlnan, P. J.
Weiley, Airs. P. I. Wei ley.
Fiom tho Orient per P. AI. S. S.
China, .May li. For HonoIiiIiiiA. It.
W. Kerkhovun, W. II .Miller, II. A.
Alunson, Alls. W. Powell, -Mm. A. 11.
W. KerkhovLii, Airs. W II .Miller, W.
Powell. For San FiiukIsco. Carl
Kallmann, H. J. llcanl, Alts. I'. J.
llenrd. Alh-s A. H. Iloanl. Ilelmleh 1)1
agosch, Alls. Ikluilch IllagoMh, Curt
HlagoM'h, lleltu lllago.sch, C. J. llllss,
Al.is C. J. llllss and two chlldreii, Geo.
Iliaddock, H. W. Iliuwn, Alls. S. W.
Hiown, Geo. Comperu, ChaB. 11.
Crooks, A. C. Hi Ilk, OM'.ir Haebler,
.Mis. Oscar Haeblor, A. II. Haimvj,
Mrs. L Hewitt, Allss A H. Hewitt, J.
G. F. Hollier, Alls. J. G 1 Helber, P.
Leigh Hunt. .Master F. Klndley. A.
Moiphy, Itov. D. I'urk, Alls. D. P.nk,
wire mid child, G. L. Parks, .Mis. AI.
Pogrom, LI J. D. Ithoadcs, S. K. Until
ton, T. Shlnjo, Itev. i:. H. Trulfoid,
Itev. F. Wackornagel, Aluor Well,
Per stmr. Manna Loa, Slmeisou,
fim Maui nml Hnwiiii pints, Alay 15.
O. G. Marker, 13. Van Ilao, Geo. Kan
wo, (ko. C. Huwftt, Col Sam Norils,
W. It. G Aineniann, .las. II. K. Kojo
lutkil, J. G, Smith, Allss S(iilrcsJol.ii
F. Stopp, AI. Kawahata, 11. J. I limits',
1. D. Fails, It. A. AIcWaiio, Allsa AI.
Kekiiuwn, Mis. J, Hiown, C. At, I.uv
steel, F F. Daldv.-lu, Mis. F. F. Hall
win, Carl Wolteis, ..Mis. II. Nahuolo
lua ind 47 deck.
Per stmr. W. (1. llall, fiom AhpH
nn, Alay 15. S. E. Foal, II. C. Host.
Tho .bookmakers havo been (hop
ping qulto u big wad of nione laltfly
ut Umeiyvlllo, as thu whine. h havo
boon honvlly played. Tho public has
been gathcitng on tho favorites, whllo
the wlso illvlsluu linb been cleaning
tho books on th' lvpi'iu that havo
been coming to life
to yourself and let ub build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yaolit which you
have in mind. We'll haver it ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done It, however: so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
&?W! ,4 : .'it:iiwiJ&W-. , w'&.d'.,