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EVENING nULLETm, HONOMJUJ. T. II.. SATOIIDAY, MAY 16, 190S.
maun tmpu I
Honolulu Com-njndery rterj.
ular, 5 p m
, HA'I 1'IIDAV
All vlsltlne raorabors of ie
order are conllnlly Invited to
attend meetings o( lacal lodqea
J IURMONY LODGL, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
if' Meets every Mondny evening at
T.S0 in I. 0 0. l Hull. Kurt Stioet
Li H. U. HENOUY. Secretary.
11HN. 1 V1CKKKH, N. 11.
ia4 All visiting brother vory cordially
' J ' MYSTIC LODGE. 110. 2, K. OF P.
f Meets evor 2d ami I Hi Tucdav
f of each miiiith nt 7 30 i in. at K. I'.
U Hall, cornel I'ntt and llcrctnnla SIR
, j' Visiting llrothers cuull.illy welcome.
; ' v i. i.yi.i:, c c.
, f f. vvaluro.n, k ot n &s.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
.k .mcois every1 nrsc iuiu mini ni
'(! da ovonlng nt 7:30 In K of I' Hull
! corner Fort nnd Heretnnl.i Vlsltlug
J' brothers cordlnllv Invited to attend
?! A ti lllIBItlXn, CO.
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.IAS. W. WIllTl". K It S.
P HONOLULU LODGT: G10, B. P. 0. E
V, Monolulu Lodcje No. C1C, 15. I'. O.
E will meet in their hall on King
H tar I'"ort stri-et every I'rlday even
" ' Ins.
tl Uy order or tho B It.
'" HENRY C. KASTON,
WM. II. McINURNY, B. II.
'-Wn. U'KINLEY LODGE No.3, K.of P.
f I Aieeu every omuranj utuuiufc nt
l t:30 o'olook in K. or P. linn, cor
Fort anil Ueretnnln. flatting broth
. ira cordially Invited to attend.
V. L. I'JtAZKR, CO..
'" K. A. JACOUaON. K.K.S.
fj ' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
SIfBts en the 2nd in 4 1th WKI-
rOISDAY evenings ot each month nt
. 7:39 o'eJook In K. of I. Hall, corner
Proton In and Fort atracts.
i Visiting Eagles arn invited to at-
W. I,. KRAZniC. XT., Prost.
' H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No, 1, 1. 0. R. M.
I Mooti evj-ry ilrst nnd third Tliura
! Itro of naeh raoi.th at KntRhU nt
Pythian Kail. Vicltlng brothcra cor-
Itally tnvltad o attend.
J. W. ASCII. Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C of It.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
i Featbcrs and Hats Are Arrived.
Wire frames mnde by order.
OUR PRICES REASONASLE.
30 KING 5T. NEAR BETHEL.
fc. Leir, Cut Flowers, Cnrio3.
M maJcisg the. Best Home-made Brcid
pi iu luwji. an sure ana uy u. xnc
wagon Wjill deliver at your dcor.
s. .CAU. UP 107. . '
"LUNCHES "and DRINKS
The racst popular I
i, place m t vn. ,
" The Fashion Saloon,
iiPw Hotel St. near Fort.
"Jack Pru'lv. Jick Roberts'.
1 . . r m m .a it . I
i&The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F, MoTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101.105 KIHft ST.
PHOrfB 140.- ' J-'"P.10r BOX 725.
Fine Job Printing at tlie Qultetln,
You Knowthc best
45c & 85c a Box
Ticsli by Hiloninn
HOTEL mid TORT STS.
j It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
TOR. FORT AND KING STS.
G STS. 8
ft 0 n N T 3 FOR
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
7 have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we bny as
well as sell.
1010 NUUAHU near KING.
OF THE SEASON.
HISS POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cigar for Particular People.
HAYSEPDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD,
King Street, Swa of Fishmarket.
DRY O00DS AND FURNISinNG
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
j Etc.. Htc. All kinds of KOA and
'MISSION FURNITURE Made To
EERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
10-Ccnt Perfect Havana Cigar.
M., A. Gunt fc ,Co.
lap- auLtrTlN AD3. PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The warm days are gentle remind
ers that there are cooler places else
where. A little work will provide
the place and the necessary cash., Try
the Bulletin Plan.
Auto at hack fare. 'Tel. 301.
I'nnnma hats cleaned nt the Ulobc.
Wlilliipj & MaiKht ruIo nf ri'iitiinnlif
Ring up Scntty'K when you want a
good auto rldo. Phone 107.
S Kelllnol of Wnllnku camp down
lodav nn tlio Mnuna Kpa.
V K.iinkav,lcHlo nrrled on the
slt'nitH'i Mniinii Ken this morning.
Honk! llonhl Call lilt, J. A. Mc
l.cod, for the plraanntcxt auto rldo.
A llornur nnd Jim. Hind wrro ar
rivals on the Hlcamcr Maunn Ken fiom
Mr itml Mr, C. J Futk Iiim- rr
mcd fiom tho lio.irh to tlio lliiuall
Tho Senaldo cottages nrc delightful
In tho summer time. Engage a cot
tage now for tho acaFOii.
Mr mid Mis. W. Viinutln nnd Infant
u turned from Hawaii this morning In
tin- Milium Ken.
Mr and Mrs. P. C. Jones ictuined
this morning from lllln on tho steam
ship Manna Ken.
lllshop nnd Mrs. II. II. Rcstnrlck
kero Incoming passengcis tin the Mnu
mi Ken this morning.
.Mrs A. T White will sing u selec
tion from (lounodnl the Central t'nlon
rhurcli services Sunday.
J. Moitou, .li . of New York, was
eutert.ilned liy Robert Lowers al
lmitli tmln nt tho Commori'lal Club
Coat your Iron mors wlth'Aratlc"
Yo.i -fill ho surprlaod nt (la cdoIIuc
and prcservattie properties. California
Peed Co.. n cents.
Next Tuesday evening the adults'
class In dnncing will begin at the K Mo
han a Ait League, rooms wltli Miss du
l'Arllgue ns Instructor.
The Whlto Family Rotnry (lock and
chnln stitch) Is the boot sewing ma
chine tnthu-uorld. Denny ft Co , Ltd .
agents. 1266, Fort stroet. Phone 488.
Ikc.tuio tho Island Fruit Company
ni.ikus fruit shipping a. specialty Is
the re.ison jou should pi.ue )mir ord
ent with them
There'a n hiecl.il towel s.tle' at
llloni-i to begin Monday. Now Is .our
ch-iucc to get (lie llneet Turlilsli, Cot
ton and linen towel? at reduced prices.
Your typewriter should be kept in
ixccllent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for you. Phone 143.
Tho Moses Kokl caso is still occupy
ing tho time of tho United States I)lu
t i lot Court, as It will lmulouhtcilly far
some time to come. Tho actual trial
of tho ease has hardly been begun, be
cause of tho t lino that has been taken
up bv Iho lawjera In nrloua legal
tilts over minor points in ipiostion.
An open nlr moonlight concert will
be held tomorrow night nt 7:30 o'clock
In fiont of the stop') of lllshop bull
Kuuiehami'ha School for Hoys. The
singing will he led by Prof. Theodora
Richards. Afler lliu singing Ruv. Win.
11. OIcmiu will uddress the students in
the main hall. All tho Alumni, stu
dents nnd f i lends nro urgently re
quested to bo present.
E TAXES PAID
THAR UST YEAR
That money Is "easier" In the His-
trirt of Honolulu this ear than It
was last In shown by tho tux receipts
of tho different peilods, when they aro
(ompaied. Tho collections of jesler
da alouo amounted in the sum of
$121,000 60. 1'c.us that there would
bo a laigcr percentage In tho delln
rpieut class than before hno proved
giouiiilless, for the reeclpln this year
total to d lie. almost (GO.OOO more than
last ) oni-
On tho last day of May, 1U07. tho
sum or S337.090.4U had been collected
In tho district of Honolulu, On tho
lr.lli day of May 1908, tho sum ot S362,
773.30 h.ul been collected, nnd there
nro still about II ft ecu days In which
the sum will undoubtedly bo In
created. Tax Assessor Wilder Is very
well pleased with thu results so fur.
DATE OF BENCH SHOW
A meeting of thu Hawaiian Ken
nel Club was held this moiuliig, nt
which time tho dates for tho show
vveie sot and a plui-o foi tho holding
tentatively fixed on, though tho men
liutliu club declluo to say Just now
whore tho place Is, ns they mo
working for It on the Q. T Tho
show will bo held on July 20th, 21st
and 22d, while tho Fleet Is hero, nnd
tho entries for tho snow will close,
soveu days befoio tho opening of the
Plans nro being rapidly gotten In
to shape, anil 11 is expected Hint nil
tho arrangements can ho announced
In tho toiiibo of the next few dajs.
PROMOTION ON HIL0NIAN
Tho last trip to San Fraticlsco wns
a momentous ono for tho officers of
tho M. N. S. S Hiloninn, us all of
tho men bolow tho captain wero
inoveil up n peg. Former Chief Ofll-
ccr .lames Russell was nuiclo pott
iplaln at lliin, former Second Of
ficer Chailos Potorbon became first
ofTlcer, former Thhd OfTicer Mm tin
Oldonherg becamo uecond officer, and
n jfow" rnan, Tronic Cook, was made
OABLE REPORT OF SAN
Saturday, May 16.
HII.O-Arrlvcd Ma II
Am. Iik. Annie Johnson, from San
Am. Iiklno. Aurora, hence Mny 12.
llll.O-Sallod May 13
Am. schr. Jus. Rolpli, for Knnnapall.
IIII.O-R.illed Mnj II
Am, bk. O. C. Toboy, for Han Fran
tt it Jl K H K K 1 6a j 51 C a
si WATP.npunNT wnTPa y
MAUNA KCA ARRIVES.
The stenmcr Manna Kca, C.iplalu
Ficemnn, nrrlved in port from her
mi to llllo nud nn) ports and icturn,
at tho usual time, 7 o clock this morn
ing, with flio usual Lugo list of pas-t-engers
nnd n gem nil cargo. Sho
In ought 1 lion1, 2 boxes pigs, 2 bags
taro, 3 bags coin, 1 boxes chickens, G
hags coffee, S bngs awa, S bundlo.1
awa, 22 packages vegetables, 23 rail
road lies, 24 empty kegs, 28 bundles
rope, 40V4 cords of wook, 2fii sheep,
and 112 packages sundries.
Afler It had taken 12 hours to load
the S big kuiih and accessories Into
the llllonl.ui nt S.ln Fiiiuclseo, the
dlsch.iiglng her In the lint cars on the
rallioad wharf was dono In 6 hours.
The list of tho ship wns against the
work of loading, but of courrc nlde.l
I", getting the big weights clear of
the sldo In discharging.' Tho Illloniau
will bring tho lest or the armament
Till: FOLLOWING Sugar Ift loporl
ed walling shipment nn Hawaii: Ol.ia,
3i;,fi30j Walakea, F.'.uOOj Hawaii Mill,
3001; Walnakii, 2!i,30o; Onomea, 12,
000; pppcekec), 7K00; Hoiiomu, 11820;
Hnknlatl, 31,000; Laupahoohoc, 23,000;
Oukala, 8G0O; Kukalau, H.'OO; llama
kua. fiOOO; P.iauliau, 32.500; llonokua,
S000, Kukulhacle. 72iO; Punaliiu, 11,
1.17, Honuapo, 8046.
THi: INCOMINfi and outgoing of
Japanese, by tho China iiiul Korea cs
terday left tho balance In favor of tho
outgoing, us tho China brought In 100
Japanese for this port, but tho Korea
took out 130. Tho -Orientals made
quite a scene lit tho llnckfold wharf
nt tho time tho. Korea was leaving.
PlJRHnt PHILLIPS of tho Mamm
Ken rep iris Mh.it ho vlslled Iho vol
cano while on Hawaii this Irlp, mid
found It uniiHii.ilJy' active, tho sight
being truly giaml.
Till: A.-II. S. S. THXAN sails nt H
p. ni. tojuoiiow for Kahuliil, Kaaua-
pall, mid llllo, to load sugar, for Sa
Una Ciiiz. Shu will carry 12,'Jtu tons.
TUP. A.-ll. 9. S. VIRGINIAN Is tho
next of this lino to leave tho Coast
for this poit w Sho Is duo In depart
from Sail Francisco on 'tho 20th, for
THRRK IS TALK on tho walerrront
of the possibility Hint some of the bat
tleships may bo loaded with tho nec
essary coal fiiiiu colllois near La
Till'. SfHOONFR Mnl Walilno will
clear today If possible for Koh.il.i,
with n genei.il cargo, including three
hollers, which weigh toverul tons
HAVING Ili:i:N nt anchor ort port
two days, waltlnc to fill out n crew.
the HrlllKh ship Celtic Monarch vei-
tuiday got awa for San Fiuncltio.
lNTFR-ISLAN'f) steamers which arn
duo tomorion- In this poit aui; thu
Mlknhnla, Ko An Hon, W. G. Hall, and
Till: SCimONHR ROLPH sailed
Wednesdnv from llllo for Kaanapill,
to load sugar before sailing for ihc
Till: HARK Gerald (1. Tobey sailed
fiom lllln for Iho Coast mi Friday
morning, leaded with sugar.
THi: STICAMHR NIIIIAU sailed at
10 o'clock this morning for Honuapo
to load sii'ar for this port.
THi: HARK Annlo Johnson, oloum
days from tho Coast, arrived at Hllo
THi: IIMILY WHITNEY unil tho
Alaskan nro at Kuhiilul, loading for
Till: SHIP DlltKK) will sign ciuw
nt 10 o'clock .Monday morning.
A Most Exeellent Asaortment of
1HE BEST "PITTER8" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KINQ SI. PHONE 525,
A. N, SANFORB,
EYES EXAMINED nnd
BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co.
BE TORN DOWN
Koolau Pine Plantation
Work Is, A. ready
Tho old sugar mill at Hecia has
been doomed by tho pineapple men,
who, under the leadership of L. (J.
Kellogg, arc to place a thous.ind-ncre
tract under pineapple cultivation In
tho Kooluitpoko district. Most of
the machinery will bo sold ptccemcol
17 purchasers can bo found.
The negotiations for tho taking
over of tho mill huvo been completed,
though tho necessary documents have
not Jet been signed. The pineapple
inn have found Hint the mill Is not
suitable for n cannery, so they will
tenr 11 down, unit will use somo of
tho mat.erl.il in the construction of
tiio cannery which they will erect on
tho site of tho old mill. Tho rest of
tho material from the buildings it Is
pi a n lied can bo bold leadlly to tho
settlers who nro to tako up the Gov
ernment lauds In tho neighborhood
which aic to bo opened up shortly.
Some of the machinery as, for In
stance, ono of tho lin-hoisepowcr gaa
ollne engines will bo used In tho
cannery, but thu remainder will bo
Tho work on the dealing of tho
land was begun this week. A set of
steam-plows which was bought from
tho old lleola plantation will bo used
for tho plowing. The pineapple men
expect to plant two bundled acres
this year, aiming to huvo tho plant
ing llnishcd by August. Tho re
maining eight bundled acres will bo
planted next J ear.
Tho arrangements for tho forma
tion of n corporation ot those Inter
ested nrc still under wny, but It Is
expected that they will be completed
In tho near future. A largo amount
of tho capital stock has already been
spoken for, and the money from tills
will pay for the laud nud tho imple
ments purchased. Some stock will
nlso bo tbiovvn on the mnrlrot, It Iw-
Ing tho Intention to huvo the pro
coeds from this pay for the cultiva
tion. HONOLULU WEATHER
May 16, 1908.
Temperatures fi u. m 71; 8 n.
m., 76; 10 a. in., 76; noon, 78; moiii
lug minimum, 71.
Ilarometer, 8 n. nn, 3(1.06; abso
lute humidity,. 8 n. in.. n.CHC grain,
per cubic foot; relative humidity, 8
a in,, fill per cent.; clow point, 8 n.
Wind 6 ii, in., velocity 1, direc
tion C; h u, m velocity Ii, diiectlon
NKt 111 n, in., voloelty !l, direction
NK; noon, velocity 12, direction NI!.
Rainfall (lining 21 hours ended
S n. ni.. Trace.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended lit noon, 186 miles.
WM. R STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U S. Ifsasaher llurcau
SPERRY TELLS ABOUT
(Continued from Paee 1)
rungctiipnt Is poposed to hold good
unless modified by agreement.
I llctwcen tho limits of 7:00 u,
in. nnd t!:no p. in,, except on Sun
da) s, no vessel except tho senior
(inker's ship, In either (if tho places
between which tho Fleet Is divided,
to send out nny lucbsago or signal,
fi lletweoii the bourn ubovo stal
ed, no messages o bo Kent out by the
senior oflUei's ship unless they relato
either to Illness or dcatli, or to (ini
tial business which cannot bo delay
ed until 6:00 p. in., without' sei Ions
Interference with tho administration
of tho Fleet,
7 As It Is necessary for the Coin-
mandci-lii-Chlef to communicate
while uppinachlng Honolulu, the
above icgulntlou should come Into
foico us soon as thu Fleet comes
within i.mgo of tho Naval Wlieless
Station at Honolulu.
8 A copy of this lottor has been
sent to tho Commundant of tho U. 8.
Navnl Station with tho leanest that
ho will consult with tho president of
tho company and direct tho Navy
Wlroless Station to conform to the
established ugi cement.
9 Please (onimunlcuto with tho
Coiumancler-ln-Chlef, IT. S, S. Con
necticut, Flagship, San Pinm-i&cn,
California, In ciiso you huvo any oth
er suggestions to mako.
(Sgd.) 0. S. SPHRRY,
Rear Admiral U. 8. Navy.
The President, Wl reives Telegianh
Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
iwci men called on tho Acting
overnor this moinlng (o Unci out
vh.it had been dohe regarding pai -
dons for ccrtulu men. Mr. Aclil
wanted civil rights icstorcd to Ku -
I, ic, who was convicted of luiccny In
I'm third degrco ten or twelve ypais
' . ('. C. Hitting called to Unit out
.f nn llilng lind been dono regarding
' p i ii don of George Wade. As the
urltcr Is now under consideration In
me '''cdornl Court, the question wns
lit iped for tho present.
(Continued from Tase tf
and was not, a bona lido
bhlder, Mi bid being Inviil
Idaleil, It wns said, under n Fodcial
law to thn effect Hint n partner can
not bo accepted ns surety on Iho bond
of u principal with which ho Is nsso
elated. Captnln Olvvell would mako .'
statements In tho case, and tho wend
which comes this morning settles a
great number ot doubts, though Just
on what gi omuls Iho award was mado
to Mctrger Is not now known, nud all
details nro nntunlly lacking.
' It wns oven claimed nt tho tlnio
when talk on tho sticels was rlfo over
tho affair that Metzgor camu under
tho samo ctatuto us applied to .Maer.
Mavor was ouo of tho men In tho
pioposltlon when tho now Hawaiian
Construction nud Dr.iylng Co. wan
foimed, nnd It now appears that ho Is
certainly u bona fldo contractor.
On tho Hllo end of the question, It
seemed nt tho tlnio that Hoogs nnd
Mayer Interests wero nioro popular
lit lllln, ns tho lowest bidders had
quaplcs within two miles or tho place,
and thu men who worked thcro would
bo an addition to the town, while the
Melzgor rock would have to he
brought probably thirty miles, nnd
thu men who winked the quarries
would bo In camps, and not such an
addition to tho town.
.It seems thu further quarries will
BASEBALL EXTRA .
(Continued from Pace 1)
Hi mis hit n two bagger to left, mid
ICu Sliu again beat u slow ono to first.
Ilushiiell flow out to first base. J.
Williams lilt snfo over short, seining
two men. Hu then stole second. Har
ney Joy slammed out u corking three
bagger, scoring one man. Gleat ap
plause. Ajlctt grounded to Ilrst ajid
Joy was caught between third nnd
homo and was put out. Aylott took
second. John- WH'lams hit to short
and wns thrown out. . , ,gCil
Naeolo went uiil mi piny from third
to Hist. Kahlua went out fiom tOinrt
to first. K'aniuloiilll bunted nnd beat
It out, but was thiovin out trying to
Alf Williams How out to tlilid
Soaies got safo on Kahlua's enoi,
Iliuus hit snfo nloug (list base lino
nnd Soaies went to third. TJrims stole
second. En Suo flew out to left. Rou
ter Is being Ml haul. Soares scored
on catcher's error and llruns trotted
to station 3. llushncll hit safo over
second nnd llruns scoied. J. Williams
thrown out nt first.
Knmn hit safo over second but tried
lo stretch It Into u twobaggur nnd
railed, McKcnzIo slammed a bingo
over second, and nlso was put out try
ing to reach second. Lemon hit u sin
glo over second. Miller lied out to
Harney Joy lilt safo over second
nnd wns put out trying lo slc.il. Ajlett
wns put mil at Ilrst. John. Williams
flow out in left.
Lotu drew four wldo ones. Router
lilt to short nud Lotu wns caught nt
tho middle htatlon. Naeolo hit saro
over cecum! nnd Renter hiked nloug
to second. Kulilna hits safu over sec
(mil. Kullmnpchii strikes out. Kama
walks nud Router tomes In. McKcn
zIo grounds to (list and Is put out.
Alf Williams goes out on u play
from third to Ilrst. Soaies out on n
Ida) from pitcher to first. Hi mis hits
suro over second and is put out trlng
Lemon flics out lo center field. Mil
ler lilts saro to blunt stop. Router
Htrlkes out. Miller Is put out trjlng
to steal second.
Hit Hue lilts safo tliiough tdioitstop.
Iliisbnoll groimdH to Renter and Hu
Hue Is put out nt hoc-mid, lliisliuell
being Hiifc on Heldei's choice. .1. Wil
liams llles out lo center Held nud
lluslineli Is out ut Hist on a double
Router gets n tluce-baro lilt ovur
light field. Nalolo Is out on u play
from Jnck Williams to fliat base. Kit
lilnii is caught out by catched on u
foul, Knllm.ipehu btilkes out.
Joy hits snfo through second Imso
Ho steals second. Ho makes homo
on second baseman's oncir. Avion
(lies out to contnr flold. Juck Wll
llntns In out on play liom tccond to
Ilrst. AIL Williams strikes out
Kama llles out to (list on n roul.
McKonrlo la out cm u pot foul to
catcher. Lemon Is out on n play
fiom shnitstop to flist.
Soaies makes a Bufo hit over the
inllold und llruns hits snfo over Dili tl
iiaso. Ilo-hioko tho bat or ho would
havt) mado a homo rim. Kn Suo vvulks
and advances uveijonu. ono Imso.
IlUbhliell llles out to short. Soaies
combs homo on catcher's: oiror, Jim
Williams Is nut on a play fioni. second
to (list In which llruns conies homo,
Joy lilts safo over second and Y.n
Suo comos homo. Joy Is cut out try
ing to steal second
Mlllor flics out to left field. Lota
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Saturday. May 16
SImr, Muu'ia Kca, Fieeiunii, from
jo nnd wny pints, 7 u in
SImr Llkellko, Nnopal.i, fiom Ha
1 makiia pints, 11.30 n in
)C M M K M M X K U M K X KSMJt
X M 65 M M h IC P X X 3i X )' ic X
Snturdny, Mny It!
SImr. Nllhnil, for Honuapo, 10 u in.
& X U IC K M K If U It it H X X X
it SAILING TODAY
X JC X IC X If ft X X H ft Id X X M
Hchr Mol Wnhlne, for Kohala, i m
A 3C it K X X M M A K K M M X X '1
U SAILING TOMORROW !
a x M it u w it at n c k tt a k m m
A.-II S. 8. Texan, Hall, for Kuliii
lul, 5 ii. m.
is IX X X X X It U If XI M If! X U K
w DUE TOMORROW 'i
X X M X X' X Wi X a X M )l X X 1( K
Stnr Mlknhahi, Tullctt, from Mu
kawoli. Stmr. Ko An Hon, I'ctcison, fiom
Stmr. W. (1. Hall, from Ahuklul.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, fiom Island
k u m nit k x x it k x x x
PASSENGERS ARRIVED -
Per 8. S. Manna Ken, fiom llllo,
Mny IB.--A. Noble, Mis. A. Noble,
MibS L. Sparks, Jno. Ken, lllshop Ren
tarlck. Mrs. II. II. Restailck, P. C.
Junes, Mrs. P. C. Jones, W. Vahnal.t.i,
Mrs. W. Vannattii ami Infant, Miss A.
Victor, Mis. J. A, Naanao, A. llormi',
C. F. Fleblg. V. HtiriL O. Slilptnaii.
Mrs. O. Shlpmnn, I). I.jcuiiis, Mrs.
Win, Wclr, Mlas M, Velr, W. Star
bird, II. Knnlmoto, W. Knmnkavvliio,
A. Mason, Jno. Hind, A, Aklnn, Mas
ter M llabtan. Miss H. Ilablan, Mrs.
W. Not Icy, Mrs. F. Clinton. Mrs. F.
Wnncii, II Focko, C Maertena, Sam
Nal, Rev. Kong Yin Tot, I). Tweedlo,
J. L. Coke, T. 11. Ljoiis, 8. Kekuow.i,
Per P M. 8. S. China, Filolc. for
San Francisco, May 15. Mrs. P. 11.
Ilrlnckerhou", K. Al Mclncrny, wife
and chlhl. II. C. Tumor, wife, two chil
dren nud Japanese maid, Miss lliu
tiett, I. Rubinstein, W. T. Robinson
and wife. Miss L. Sparks, W. M.
Mooro nnd wife, Mrs. J. A. Hopper,
Misses Knthorluu nud Margucrlta
Hopper, Miss McKlnley, Mrs. J. Lnn
do, Dr. Raymond, Miss Martha Weiss
gcrber. Mrs. P. L. Home, John C.
Lane, W. M. Alexander and wife, Mrs.
A. A. Mooro, Jr.. MIhs Lillian I). Ow
liey. -Mrs. J, C. Hampton, .las. L. Coke,
F. F. Italdwlu und wlfo. J. R. P.itlenco
and wife, Mrs. J. Ilnnkey, Mrs. J. F
Hare, C. G. Smith, M. Gartenbei;,-,
wire nnd two children, I) P. Mumbruo
mid wife, James Uird, F. I). Ixivvicy,
Stanley Fletcher, C. A. Ill nun, Miss
H. A. Chanel) lor, Miss Allco F. Ileal d,
U. C. Wat run.
Per P. M. S. 8. Koica, Dixon, for
Hongkong via ports, May 15. Mis.
Adelaide L. Rutler, Mrs. Rebecca li
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H PASSENGERS BOOKED K
e x x k x :c x x x w k x 5 x a
Per S. 8. Illlonlun, Mny 19. Miss
H. A. Cliumly, Mrs. Saundors, Miss
Saunders, L. R)der, Win. C. L)on, .1.
C. O'Day. wlfo nnd two chit
dron, J. R. Daggett, Mis. W. F.
liny, Miss G. Lutted, Miss II. Cook,
Mrs.,l T. Sullivan, Mis. C. O'Neil.
Gerald O'Neil, MrB. Hodgson, Miss
Mary Sexton, Mr. and Mis. M. Dinah,
Mis. Tnwt-o und two children, Mis. H.
Castle. H. C. Kcktirt. wlfo unci two
children, Mrn, Crnno, Mrs. L Scheon,
Miss M. J. Cousen, JIIss 0. Wlillemaii
nnd child, Mr. Illcushd-ihn und wife,
Mr. nnd Mis. O. II. Smith. Miss
Welgliniullcr, Mrs. C. F, Trup nud two
children, Mrs. -C. Gallagher, Mrs. A.
II. T.irleton und two children. Mis. I)
Maclntyro, Miss M. A. Drown, Mr,
Hiissoll, J, P. Novv-Boiiio, H. II. Ruppoit,
C. W. Lee, Mr. nud Mrs.
Henry S, Smith. Mrs. Gnherluish,
Mis. C. W. Tuerkc, Miss M. IJ. Tuei
ke. Mrs I". Castle, H. C. Hckart, vvllo
nnd two clilldien.
Y. Ali.il, manager of tho Yoko
hama Specie Dank, Is (oullncd to hid
bed, having been to for tho last fnur
du)s. Dr. Katsiikl, tho attPiidin
plijslilan, unlit thcio Is nothing se
ilous thu matter.
Soullipaw Nelson, who pitches for
Alamedn, In ono of tho most pi mull
ing leftbandora on thu Coast, and If
tho outlaw over bleaks Into tho h!g
loagiien ho will glvo a good account nt
hlnibeir. 'TIs said Hint Johiuion, tho
either sldowheelor that Sciiiooilor lias
on his staff, is tho- "candy" In tl-o
!.... 4. .5, .;. ...
Router files out to second Malolo
gets n safo hit to left field. Kuhhm
strlkss out Kalliuapehu IiciiIh 11 bunt
lo (list McKonzIo goes out on n play
from second lo third.
No ninth Inulug a played.
to yourself and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll haver it ready
in no time, and the price wjll be so
lOW that V0U Will WnniW bnw j. run
do it. We've done it, however: so
we DI0W. '
Charles P. Walker, '
Boat and Machine Works,
King near. Ala pa i.
goes out cm a pdl foul lo catcher.
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