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Hawaiian rirtt Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 In
All visiting mombcra of the
order nrc cordially Invited to
attend msitlng3 of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Mondny evening r.t
7:3 In 1. O. O. V. Hall, Kort Sticet
11. It. HUNIMIY. Secretary.
B1SN. 1'. V1CKSK8, N. U.
All visiting brothoni very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets evorv 2d and Uh Tuesdny
of each month at 7 .in p. m. at K. I".
IIa.ll. corner Kort nnd lleretnnla SUs.
Visiting Ilrothers eordlnlly welcome
W. L. LYLH. V. C.
T. WALDRON, K of It. & B.
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
JUote every Hint ami tlilnl Fi I
day monlng nt 7 .10 In K of I' Hall,
uirner Frjrt nml llrretnnia. Vlsltln
brothers cordlall) invited to attend
a. o. uEr.niNO. rc,
jas. w white. Kit a.
'HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, D. P. O.
&., will meet In their hall on Kins
near I'ort st'not every IV'dny evE
'S. IV order of the H It.
HENRY C. EA8TON,
WM. n. MalNURNY, H. K.
Wm. K'JIINLEY LODGE No.8, K.o! P.
Moots every Saturday evening nl
7:29, o'olook In K. ot P. Uall. cor
Fort' and BeretanU. Visiting broth
re cnnHnlly Invited to ntfcsnd.
W. U PRAZEK, CO.
E. A. JACODSON. K.K.3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on til 2nd an1 1th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. ot 1'. Hall, -corner
Serettmta and Kort streets.
Visiting Sagles ar Invited to nt.
W. h. FKAZ12K. W., Prest.
H. T. MOORH, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No, 1, 1. 0. R. U.
Meets eery first and. third Tnurs
lare of each month at Knlghta ot
Pythkan Hall. Tisltlng brothers cor
4UHy Invited o attund.
J. W. ASCII, Sachem.
A. K. MITKPHY, C of R.
Sprine Flowers, New Ribbons,
FeniheM and Hats Are Arrived,
VfiTS frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. HEAR BETHEL.
for Leis, Cut Flowers, Curios.
HOTEL STREET HEAR FORT
is wakiBx the Ec:t Komcmade Brcn'J
in towu. Be sure and try it. The
wejon will deliver at yoar door,
CALL UP 107.
LUNCHES and DItlHXS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Htcl i. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jick Roberts.
The Best Whiskey o the Market.
THOS. F, MellGHE & CO., AGENTS.
10M0S KTNU ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0, BOX 755,
Ftne Job Printing at the Bulletin.
FOR CLEANSING the SCALP
Use as a. shampoo
for Indies or children.
This is made from the whites
nf iotr ami ii mip nf the best
shampoo preparations on thef
market. s J
25 Cent's A Bottle.
Benson, Smith &i
HOTEL and FORT BTS.
' TRY SOME
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR., FORT AND KINO SIS.
WINTON, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
PIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS.
VTe have pink pearls and tome of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also pold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 HUUANU near XING.
Stunning New Millinery
rII56 POWER'S Boston Bldg.
Cipir for Particular People,
HAYSEI-DEN TOBACCO COi, LTD.
King Strcst, Era of Fishmarkci
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS f EVERY DE-
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattreiscs,
Etc., Bte. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
YOU TRY A
General Arthur Cigar
M. A. Gimst & Co.
Sold on easy payments at the
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
LOCAL KM GENERAL
There are fifteen hundred subscribe
crs to the Bulletin in Honolulu
alone; renewals or extensions
brought in from them count just as
much toward a Vacation Trip as new
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
l'nnnnia hats cleaned nt tua (llobo.
A hlg cmwd wan at the beach ch.
Hlng up Scott '8 when you want n
good nuto rldo. I'liono 107.
May Parndlxo of tho Pacific for sale
ready for mailing, nt nil nown stands.'
CVcllla Syha has boon grntilcd n ill-
Voice from M. 81mi on tho grounds
Mrs Mnry Aim I.oo Itlchards la
rixtlnc easily after her operation per-fottni-d
lait Thm sday.
Tho Hensldo cottages nrc delightful
In the summer tlmo. Kngago a cot
tuge now for tho season.
Conmil R.illo called on tho Acting
(lowrnor this morning to dlxcnt.8 tho
Haki Importation decisions.
l)ald lunula hns nindo application
for ii'stnratlon of clll lights. Ho
slide u wild pig ID Knhsjlit soinu time
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
Yo.i ..111 bu surmised at Ua cuillnf.
and preservative properties. Call't'Lillii
.rccu tu agents.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to tt for you. Pnonc 143.
Tho popularity of tho Edgoworth
nml Ibold tnb.icrns has been demon
Rlrnted by the large sale of thenO at
tho Mrtlo Clgnr store and Kltzpatrlck
Tho Outrigger Club will agitato Iho
uialtfr of having nil men at Iho steers-
iiiani iost In iho surfing canoes pass
a tcM heroic Ihoytcan take out .x
C. V. Ecknrfi director of Iho Hawaii
nu Sugar I'lautcru' Experiment Stn
lion, who has been vltdtlng on Knii.il
rainu hack jesterday on the steamer
V. 0. Ilnll.
Tho Kauai Itcpubllc.iii Ashoclallou
has sent n petition to Acting Coverno,-.Mott-Sinlth
nsklng Hint John Nov In be
nppolntcd u member of tho Hoard of
U. U. Illtjliig, Iho attorney, has ie
covered from tho Injuries ho received
snmo weoks ago In. mi autoniobllo :ic
cldcut, and has opened offices In Hie
The new Walluku plantation mill
'llnlshed grliiding this year's crop on
May ! with a record of 10,131 tons
This Is above Iho estimate. Walluku
Is the Hat to finish tho season.
It Is erorneously reported In the
morning paper that Hong Qiiou Is the
malinger of tho Sing Choug baseball
team. Ills son, Hong Chack, has
chnrgo of Its nffnlrH.
I., l.uthrop, onu of tho marines who
took part In tho great Anchor saloon
battle ii few days ago, this morning
pleaded guilty to u chnrgo of assault
and battery und was sent to Jail for
The (Julld and woman's Auxiliary
of St, AikIicw'b cathedral will hold
their regular monthly meeting on
Monday uftcruonu, May 2", at half-
PVl two, at Iho lesldencc of Mrs. von
libit, .ludd street.
H. Sadler, manager of 'tho Capital
Decorating and Manufacturing Co., of
Sun Krauetsco, will arrive In Honolu
lu the first week In .limo and will fur
nltdi on demand designs and estimate.)
for all classes of decorating.
At tho opening of the Salvntlon
Army leading mid coffee loom, 814
Nuiiiiiiii avenue, on Tuesday evening
Mny 2C, A. I.. C. Atkinson will take
the chair. Several prominent citizens
of Honolulu wilt nddress tho gathering
Tho tilal of Mida mid Mlamurn, ac
cused of murder, was this morning set
for Juno 15. ihey have been In pris
on awaiting trial for two yearo. A
curious coincidence rests in the. fact
that they committed tho deed on Juno
10, 1900, mid their trial Is set for
Juno 15, 1'JOS.
Geo. Moore, a Mung man living nt
tho corner of Punchbowl and Hotel
strets, was this ii(irnlng lined J'J5
without costs, for Indecent u'xposuio.
Ho was in tho habit of standing uudo
beforo his vdovv In bucIi a manner
ns to offend tho Inmates of u huaid
house In the vicinity.
W. It. Sims was arrested last Satur
day on a chnrgo of carrying a revol
ver. Tho case camo up in tho Pollco
Court this morning, but was continued
at tho request of tho attorney for tho
defense, S. V. Uhllllngworth, who
stated that lio understood that Sims
hud a complete defense.
It was repoited this morning Hint
Osoar Cox, Dgputy Sheriff oPWnliilua,
has Informed his friends hero that ho
would not run for tho position of
County Slieiirf Such being thu ensr,
it Is expected that Iho only known
candidate for that ofllco nu tho Re
publican ticket will bo John 11, Wlso.
A wilt of Injunction ban been Issued
restraining either David Knwiinannkiia
or John '. Colbiirn, treasuier of the
Kaplolaul IMtttu, from disposing In
any way of the property In which Iho
I'rinco lias an Interest until Judgment
In tho amount of ?.":t7.50 to Frank
Kruger has been satisfied. Tho wilt
was 11 Ifil this morning.
David Dice, Aiiuin Klla awl Henry
Morseberg appealed beforo Jndgo
Audrado thin morning on charges of
disturbing Iho (inlet of the night. Tho
offenses weio not connected, having
been commuted on different places
nml times. Tho two former defend
ants had sentence suspended for thir
teen months, whllo the latter was
fined 53 and costs.
A serious accident nearly occurred
at tho bench yesterday, when Arthur
nillmnn, in n small canoo, was run
down by an outrigger, and his frail
craft upset. Tho big outrigger to tho
larger canoo struck him In tho leg.
but ho I'scjpcd otherwise Hail It
caught Mm in tho ribs It might have
hurt him badly. On lookers' say Hint
tho accident was duo to poor guiding
on tho pait of tho men In tho big boat.
HONOLULU, T II., MONDAY, MAY
nABLE REPORT OF SAN'
Monday, May 25.
SEATTLE Al lived May 2.1:
A.-ll. S. S. Nevad mi. fiom Can lran
Cisco. SAN KI1ANC1SCO- Sailed .May Hi
Bkt no. Coroiiado, for Honolulu.
EI.Elil.E Sailed Maj 22:
Am. hk. Pooling Sue), for Delaware
KAHUIAJI Sailed Mnv 23:
Ilk. E. P. Whittle). rr San IVan
cisco. (1AVIOTA Mny 23 .
Am. sp. Palls of CI) do (bound lo
Honolulu) returned with forctiiis
matt and head gear gone. Will
bo towed to San Pranclcco for re
pairs, j ,
' ari - - "j, .
Tompcintuios G a in., 71; S a. m.,
75; 10 a. in., 77; n. 7S; punning
Darometer, 8 a. in 30.00; absolute
humidity, S a. m OiJS grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. ni
70 ier cjent; dew point. 8 a. in., CO.
Wind 0 n. m., velocity 0, direction
E.; S a. in., vclocllv S. direction 12.;
in a. in., velocity 10, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity 10, dlicclion N. 12.
Rainfall during 24 liour.i ended 8 a.
Total wind inovciii nt ilurlllg 21
limit a ended nt norm .11 miles.
WM. B. STOCK XI AN.
Station Director, II S HHcr lSurca't
The following cum In the mall to
day, evidently from a religious fa
natic, addressed to Mr. Walter V.
Kicur. An exact rnpv Is given:
Jesus salil M) ltlood Is shed
for )oii, for the Itenilsfdon ot
Sins . '
On (llury Ito.id In Jesus
Detroit Mbli May 12,0S.
Mr. Wuller V. Piear:
Everybody-Knows how good It Is
In be on tho right side of the ledger:
ami a man of affairs knows what that
Is. I have a brother for twcnty-flvo
)eais ho worked many hours a day
never taking nny vacation nt tho end
of such a bti!yf 'career lie found n
home for himself In one of the beau
tiful spots of this earth: und he also
found that "business" gave a cer-
tain respect to man that, n man out
of business has not: Do )ou know
(!nd loves on: not tho business ol
h inaii: but tin-"l.ovo" with Ionic:
I love men- nlid 1 love you: and want
sou ever In the lovu of Jesus with
Ills great bless lug on )ou and ou
our family in the holy tlhos t.
to Ji'suri love
Notwithstanding tho f.ut that
there ale mi available funds at the
picscnt time. Superintendent of Pub
lic Woiks Mnrstim Campbell will buy
a new gasoline cnglno which will he
Installed al the Mnktkl pumping sta
tion to iidlcic the stringency In the
water suppl) at the present lime.
This means an cxpciidituie of tonic
thing over $1,500,
That the scarcity In the water
supply Is a serious matter is Indicat
ed clem I) b the purchaso ot this
pump. It has been contemplated for
some time pant, but on account of tho
lack of fund Marston Campbell has
been holding back. Ho held n con
sultation with Acting dnvornor Mojt
Smlth this morning, nnd when ho
came nut of tho Execullvo chnmbors
ho made tho statement that the en
gine would bo purchased notwith
standing tho deficiency It would
FIEET SINK DOT -
In a personal letter received In this
city from tho Bureau of Navigation,
Navy Department, dated May 0, 190S,
the following statement Is made:
mo liurcaii has to Infoim you
that tho llattlcship Fleet will not
sail fiom San rnuiclscii until July
A Most Bsoellsnt AsMrtsMBt of
1HE BEST "JITTBRS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
68 S. KING ST. PHONG 525.
"25, 1901. .
remove Eye Defects with a,
rub of the finger.
We fit classes for defective vision
and eye-strain, t x '
A. N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BLDG:, Over May & Co.
LOW WANTS POLO
(Continued from Pace 1)
In mind Is u polo game, or it series of
games, to bo pbi)cd between some of
tho crack Island c: i- Chaille
Illce, tho well-known i ptaln of tl'e
Knual polo team, has viton Low, l:i,
answer to u letter ir. i.'lng him what
ho could do In the i.i.'.Hcr, stating
that his team Is ready for tiro fray.
"I hasten" tii nssiTro you," writes
ltlce, "that we will go oil with our
polo team, vv'hen )ci give tho word."
Hire further asks that ho be notified
ot the probable ditto of the game as
toon as possible, In order "that Iho
teafn may linv-o tlmo to take u little
practice. Th'ls team will include
among Its members tho famous Mu
llnn boys, who have always attracted
considerable attention on account of
their excellent horsemanship ou for
mer occasions of this kind.
Low has also written to Captain
ll.iTdwIu of tho Maul polo team, but
has received no answer ns yet. Ho
hopes that both tho Maul and tho
O.iliu team ran bo Induced to take
pait In the event.
Another of "Ilawhhln lien's"
schemes Is to glvn u great Wild West
show similar In character to those he
gave some time ngo In this city nnd
In Hllo. "I have now had thp benefit
of two experiences In this kind of
thing." said Low today, "and I will
bo able In Improve ronslileinlily on
the former performances. McPhcc Is
still hero and would bo a drawing
card, and there will be no trouble
about getting the icnulicd Hawaiian
cowboys, horses and steeis."
Low hopes to bo able to get tho
iiuiHcnl of the Paik Commissioners to
the use of the Kaplnlani Park race
track for tho performance. Ho has
already seen five of thcm.ul of whom
aic In f.ivor of bis plan. Should his
plan bo can led out ho will construct
a large grand stand there as w'ell ns
an enclosure uliout twelve, hundred
feel long and seven hundred feet
wldo in which to give the show. Hovv-
Mail Subsidy Beaten Again
WASHINC.TOX. D. C, May 23. -Tlio Hoiifo has again rejected tho
Ship-Subsidy pioposal. presented in the Conference report ou tho Postor
llcu Appioprtatlou hill. '
Incomplete figures Indicate that tho total itppiiipilatlous at tho kcs-
fHlon of Congress Just closing will exoced it billion ilollnrH, being an In-
cieaso of many millions iiver tho appropriations nt uny previous session
of any other Congress. ,
BILLION DOLLAR CONGRESS.
Washington, Mny IS. Tlio Sixtieth
Congress will have earned tho title
of a "billion dollar Congicss" at Its
first session before adjournment Is
taken nt tho end of this week. It Is
estimated that tho total npiioprlatlons
will leach tho enormous sum of SI, -
020,000,000, which Is said to be tlio
largest amount over uppioinlalcd at
tingle session. ,
These npirrtiprlallons aro for iho
tlseal year which begins July 1, 100S.
It Is too cuily to glvo nu) thing like
DE YOUNG LEADS THEM
SAN KIIANOISCO. May 23. M. II.
Do Young has been elected tho chair
man of tho California delegation to
tho Republican National Convention.
TIiIb signifies the defeat or Iho Roose-yclt-l.lncoln
League, 'Which has op
posed Hcrrln ami Do Young.
OUTIIItIK, Oklahoma, May 23. Ito
poits fiom thioilghout tho Stale tell
of disastrous Hoods nnd much conse
YANKEE CAR LEADS
NIKOLSK, Siberia, May 24. Tho
Amciitnu car Is leading In tho New
York-to-P.iiis nice In tho dash nciops
Siberia. Tlio reports fiom (lie con
testants are that difficulty is being
experienced tliiough muddy loads.
KILLED ON TROLLEY
PHILADELPHIA, I'll., May 21.
Three porsons aro dead ns the lesult
of a collision lieio between two trol
ley cars, whllo tho number ot In
jured amounts to fifty.
GUTHRIE AFLOAT '
GUTimiE. Okln., May 24. Tho
streets pf this city aro flooded, tho
water having risen to a height of sev
en feet, Much damage has been
FAIRMONT, Calif., Mny 24. In a
Hot, which followed a Slavonic vved-
uuig icasi uure. one or toe rjiuvs waa
killed and two policemen nnd twolvoic'ont, for cereals, 27 for animal prod-
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u uiu luiuiKu neimiui; buesis were
c or, should lie not bo nblc to sc
are tho rnco track, ho will try to
nve the Wild West show given at
I -e Atkinson Park nt Kuknako, and
lo have the polo game? u( Moannliia.
As a undine Innovation nnd ns a
featuro which will bo particularly
Mcaslng to the sailors, Low Intends
to offer a prize of five dollars to any
inn from the Picet who can rldo a
'er Hornless steers will bo pio-
lilqd In order to do uwny with nny
o llilo danger, and Low states that
io matter bow many of the i.allors
unsuccessful every man of them will
be paid his prize. Tho crows of tho
vvnishlps Include many daredevils
who mo ready for ntiythlng, and
t ere can be no doubt but that there
v III he a large number ot E.illors who
will imiko the attempt.
Low Etates further that he hns
been approached by some of tho local
Spaniards, vvho wish to glyc an ex
purgated bull-fight. They propose to
do uwny with all, of the nbjcctloiinblo
features, such as the handnrillas nnd
the killing of the bulls und to con
duct the nfTuIr on absolutely humane
principles. Low does not know iiulto
what to think of the proposition, nml
It will probably remain with tdo
view taken by tho general public lit
legard to tho proposition whether
the thing will bo pulled off or not.
5t 35 M M X K W Jo it X K M K
H PASSENGERS BOOKED a
Per T. K. K. Ameilca Mnru, Fllmcr
for Yokohama, May 23, Mr. nnd Mrs.
It. Twlnslon, J. Morton, Jr., It. Mo
kayama. 6RECK0NS CONFIRMS
Unll'.-d States District Attorney
Ilrcckons this morning iccclved u let
ter from thu Attorney)' (Icnernl at
Washington which confirmed the
story published exclusively In the
It u 1 1 c-1 1 n rcgaidlng tho coming of
the Mnliuka site money.
Tho Attorney (leiieral states In his
letter that ho has uiiHioilzd tho Sec
ictury of tho TieasurJ to nuiko out n
draft for a little over Slol.iiuo, tho
amount given by tho Government to
wards tho situ for the Kederal build
ing hero, ami that It will ho sent ou
to Mr. limekilns, who will have charge
of It. Tho department at Washing
Ion has accepted Mr. Ilrcckons' opin
ion regarding Iho titles In every par
ticular and tho latter In -consequence
The Fleet Is coming,
up the City.
Let, us clean
nu hoc urate estimate of the revenues
of tho (liiveriimeut during that period
of twelve months, but members of the
Appropriation Committees think they
will rend somewhere between $850,
000,000 nnd SOOO.tfUO.000. Tills would
mean a deficit of between. $123,000,000
and $175,000,000. Chairman Tnwney
of tho llouso Committee warned tho
, House last .vcok that tho deficit wi
reach $150,000.00(1. and If this nri
aIon Is fulfilled tho biirplus now In tho
rreJsury will ho wiped out by Juno
30, 1900, Inasmuch as ot tho end or tlio
fiscal year there will bo a deficit of
between $0O,O0O,0il and $05,000,000.
FREE FROM PLAGUE
CARACAS, Venezuela, May 24.
This city has been fico of plague for
eight days, and tho port of La Ouny
ra will be opened for European
'FRISCO CAR CASUALTY
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 21.
In a strcot-car accldont ono passen
ger was Killed and' twenty others
DEATH IN FLOOD
FT. WORTH, Tcx May 21. -
There uro seven known deaths and
5,000 homeless, peoplo throughout
tills Slate as ti lesult of the Hoods of
Saturday mid Sunday. The rivers
ino suddenly, following u toneutial
downpour of rain. Thousands of dol
bus' worth of'btoek have been lost on
CATHOLIC PRIEST KILLED
SALISIIURY, .Mo., May 24. Jos
eph Lubeley, tho pastor of St. Jos
eph's Church (Roman Catholic), was
stabbed with a pocket knlfu by Jos
eph Schiietto, It Is supposed that the
assailant of the priest, who Is a farm
cr, is insane.
SOLDIERS IN WRECK
TIKLIS. Russia, May 24. Thir
teen soldiers wcro Injured In" a train
wreck, tho toach being derailed nnd
1 . .
In tho Inst ten years the Increajo
- oi nricos in (lermniiv was sr.-n,,,.
ucia, u lor lexines, ou lor mineral
p m. (I n-m. n
l idni ass " a)
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Now moon May 2 9at 1:51 n. m.
it ARHIVEn r M
A X 31 3i 3f 51 rt fl K K H JC X W
Monday, Mny '25.
T. K. K. S. S. Ameilca Mum, from
Snn l'rnticlsco, n. in,
Sunday, May 21.
fi alanl, Self, rrom Mnul nnd
Moloknl ports, 3 a, in.
Sttnr.jNoonu, Mitchell, from Knkul
hiielof : a. 'in.
Stliir. W. (1. Hull, Thompson, from
Knual, 4 i m,
Stmr. .Maul, Iliiilin, from Hawaii,
9:30 u. in.
Oil carrier Monterey, fiom Port Sun
Luis, a. in.
" SAILING TODAY
T. K. K, America Maru, Kilmer, 'for
Yokohnpia, 0 p. m.
. U '
z. it's X KU u u ii ii ti. ii If l( X it
Per T. K. K. America Mam, Kilmer,
fiom Snn Francisco, May 25. Kor Ho
liolulu: John Matthews, W. J. Con
roy Kor Yokohuma: Lt. A. Ilarlels,
Mrs, I,', llartcls, Mrs. E. (1. Uooth, Mlbii
C. T. Hooth, J. A. Campbell. Dr. Ar-
hmld Oenthe, Cnpt. V. Hartog, Capt. K.
Kammcrllug, E. A Kalach, S. Kada,
Y. Satn, Comdr. C, Stlgcmur.i, Count
A. I). Wnlderode, I). Winner. Kor
Kobe: II. Hunter. Kor Shanghai.
Miss H. O. Dillingham, II. I,. Jones.
Kor Hongkong: llev. K. W. Clampett,
Master E. Clampett, Mrs. P. Davis, K.
C. Kerrlcr, Jno. A, Ilulg, Thoni.ia
.Inmlesoii, 11. C. .leass. Scott Powell.
L. A. Roland, K. C. Stern.
Per btmr W. (1. Hall, May 21, from
Kauai. Krank Modclios, Choy Kin,
ltev. J. W. Wndmnn. Ilov. C. H. Mln.
C. K. Ecknrt, It, Stiisscn. Clias. Mash-
ke, W. II. Itlco, Jr., It. K. Ilonlno and
Per stmr. Iwubut, May'21, fiom
Maul and Moloknl. Mrs. P. lloso-aud
child, Allss Harrison,, Mrs. (leorgo
Townsend, V Nobora, J. Muuroe, II.
Mntcumolo, K. W. Kander and 23
tf B H 11 K C IC It Ii M 2l ill H K JJ it
H WATERFRONT WflTPR
THE T. K. K. America Maru ar
rived this illuming from San Fran
cisco, en votito to tlio Oilent, bringing
an accumulation of mall which is
keeping things i ashing al tho post
office today. She had 531 lugs or mail
nhoaril Tlio passenger list was u
small one, .two landing in Honolulu,
end four, taking the steamer here.
Thoro weio 30 cabin passengers ulto
golher, nml til In thu steerage, making
atotul of 99.
About "200 peoplo will go out on her.
as about 100 Japanese, besides tho
cabin passengers, mo taking passage
out this afternoon. Shu sails nt 0
o'clock- with mull for tho Orient.
Among tho prominent passcngeis
iboaril aro: Lieut. A. Ilortels, ot tlio
Philippine Constabulary, Capt. K.
Hat log, Capt. P. Kanimerllng, Com
manlier 0. StlKoiuura, of tlio Jnp.iiiosu
navy, ami count' A. D. Wuldeiole, J
iTIIK USUAL 1IUNCII ot Inlcr-lB-land
steamers maito int Sunday
moinliig. Tho Iwaluni cahu; In from
Maul ami Moloknl, with S cabin mid
23 deck passengers, a bundle of hides,
1 sheep, 1 crnto turkeys, .1 bags Ireiu,- '
me, 4 sacks turn, 5 boxes eggs, 5
sacks corn, 8 bags cocoanuts, 10 boxes
chickens, 25 dressed sheep, 31 head
cattle, 70 pigs, 1020 bags sugar, and
50 packages suudilcs.
. Tho W. O. Ilnll cumo In fiom Kannl
with 20 deck passengers, 0000 bags
sugar, nml 23 packages sundries.
Tho Noeau hi ought 3800 hags sugar.
500 empty limo barrels, 5 gasoline
drums, nml 11 packnges sundries from
Mahukoua, Koholalclo, Paaulmu, Ho
no!,ni. Knktilliiiclo, and Walplo.'
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho Mniilt.i
Ken leports tho following of tho idiip
plug nt Illlo: M. N. S. S. Kulcrpthu
arrived Wednesday last from San
Francisco; bark Mohican snllei from
Illlo for San Kranclsco Kilday; tho
bai'kentliio Auiora was expected to
sail today, nml thu Texan Is at Hllo,
from K uui.ipall, loading sikiii- for S.i
INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS sill
lug tomorrow" uiu: the Mnuna Kea, nt
norm, for Hllo und Maul ports; Iho
N'oeiiu, at noon, for Honokiia mid Ku
Uulhaelo. and tlio W. (J. Hall, ut 5 p.
m for Kauai.
Tho oil earning Monteiey arrived
lu Iho Inn bur this morning lu tow ot
the Rosecrans. Sho was diopped out-,
side by tho hitter, vvhlili piocccdod lo
Maul t.i illschnige. She will boilieio
In a few davs to pick tho Moutorey
to yonrcelf and let us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht whieh you '
have in raiad. We'll have it ready
in no time, end the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done !t. however; so
Charles D. Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alarmi,