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evening iu'lli'tin, Honolulu, t. ii . Monday, june 8, ims.
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.'ff3 Don't Be
WEEKLY CA.EWB TP Jk ITI
Paelfis Staled, Second Degree.
;' ' 'l'UBM)A
,. Hawaiian First Degree.
it Honolulli Commandcry 5 p
i Oceanic Third Dcljrce.
E . H.V'I t'UIJ.W 1
Jih Lei Aloha No. 2 Regular. I ,
AH visiting members of the
inler r cordially Invited to
mnnit tm Jtlup of locnl lodge
AUMOiry LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
vleeti every .Monday eVenlug Ht
lb I O O. K. Hall, Fort Stieet.
ft. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
UBN. 1 VIClxKRS, N. ll.
All visiting brutbeirs very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Xlocts every 2d and 1th Tuesday
of ouch month at 7.3U p. m. at K. 1'.
Hall, corner Frt anil lleretnnla Sti.
Visiting Brothers cordially wolcoun?.
W. L. LYLE, C. C.
I'. WALDRON. K. of II. & S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet! every flint nnd third I'rl-
day even Ins at 7:30 In K. ot 1". Hall.
corner Fort and Ueretanln. V I s IJ i ii n
brother cordially Invited to attend
A. O. DEERINO, O.C ,
JAS. . WlIITi:, KII.S.
.ONOLULU LODGE GIB, B. P. 0. E.
lonolulii Lodce No. GIG, 11. P. U.
.. win rfieet in their hall on King
car Fort nfeet every I'eiday oven
n(5. . v nrrtr of the t!) R.
HENRY C. EASTON,
Wll. II. MclNERNY, K. U.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
1:Sfi o'clock In K of P. Hull, cor
fOtt and Uerotanla. Visiting broth
er cordially Invited to attond
V. L. FRA7.EE, CC.
E. A. JACOUSON, K.K.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY oveulnga of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
vnd W. L FHAZEE, W., Prcst
II T MOOHE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. II. M.
Mocte every tlrst and third Thtirij
tayo of each month nt Knights nt
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
tally Invited 'o uttend.
J. V. ASCII, Snchorn.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot 11.
Spring Tloivers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Arc Arrived.
F Wir fniM .mQilp In nrrlar
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
!. o AT o
' Woman's Exchange
'-V -1 HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure nnd try it. The
wagon will Oliver nt your door.
CALL UP 197.
L U N C ll E S and D R I N X S
Tho most popular
place in town. .
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel ft near Fort. .
nek Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market,
THOS. F. McTIQHE & CO., AGENTS,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0, BOX 755.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
An absolutely harmless
preparation. Will re
duce your weight.
50c a, package
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FOJIT STS.
8A-vif-cir- ,E,tg t tt&-xf-jtgn-txri jt ,1
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all
SATURDAY, JUNE 13,
KAMS vs. DIAMOND HEADS
PUNS vs. ST. LOUIS
Reserved Scats Grandstand 25c extra
;M. A. Gunst & Co.
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
IE03T0N BUILDING, FORT STREET
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
aOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. r - u. d
LOCAL AND UENKRAL
Today is a little drier nnd hotter
than yesterday. The Bulletin Plan
lets you select a cool spot and then
pavs your fare and board.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Panama hats cleaned at tbe (Hobo.
XI I w Ilcinlco Ponlin win a pisson
kit mi the Iwalanl.
It. W. -XI. Xllst icturncd fiom Knnnl
.voslordn) morning on the Hull.
Geoigc N. Wilcox of Knnnl nrrlved
jcHturday on tlio. ntcnmcr V. (1. Hull.
Tho Seaside cottages arc delightful
In the (summer tlmo. Engngu n cot
tngo nuw for tho season.
Take jour carrlngo or automobile.
to Hawaiian Carriage Manly. Co, for
J. 1) Almokii of Illshnp limiirance
Depaitiiictit as among tho-nrilvnN
on the Iwalanl yesterday.
Tho Sweet Violets defeated (lie Hec
la Iiat.eha11 nine ycslviday nt the hit
ter's grounds h n &coro of 11-1
Tho MIsosurlH defeated the Kick
man team at linsch.ill on Saturday nr
ternoon, liy a ncoro of 11-10, on the
Coat your iron roofs with "AruMc "
Y(M '.fill bo surprised at Us cool In p.
nnd preservative properties. California
Feed Co., ngents.
Your typewriter should be kept in
excellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
con attend to it for vou. Pbone 143.
In tho matter of Ki .ink Kruger vs.
l)ald Kawannnakna. .Judge l.tndsay
thls morning dissolved the Injunction
ngolnst the l.ilter and Alexander &
Ilahhvlu. We nNii ordeied Ihat the
plaintiff kIhiiiM paj the cosIh,
KnwnmoiK n .liipnnvse, was this
morning fined ?25 for hecdlesH driv
ing. Ills rig knocked down Jock Mn
gillie on the road lending to I w I lei nt
nhoiit 0 n. in. Tho chlcle pasted out
Mngiilie, who iccelved several bruises
on the head.
Tlu executive rommittco of the
Young People's Union will niect In
i he Y M. C. A. parlors this ovenltig
at 'i SO. A full ntlendanco of ileli
trites and nioiiihent Is reipiesled ns
matleis of groat Impuitaucc to all llu
societies will hao to ho acteil on.
Tho malinger of tho Alex. Young
Cafe and the cand maker had u warm
fistic encounter this forenoun back of
tho Promotion Commit too looms. Sec
letary Wood, who Is making iiullo n
roputiitlon for himself as a peace-male-
er, Intervened m tlmo nine piovcnt
The Diamond Head A. C. iliinoo nt
the Young hotel on Satuiday night
was a great success. Tho Hour was,
of course, peifcct, and It Is sulllcleut
to say for tho music that It was ren
du! ed by Ernest Kuul. Tho whole af
fair was very nicely arranged, and tho
Jowels certainly covered themselves
with glory as eiituitalncrs A large
A boring outfit was tent out In
I'cail Harbor this moiulug by Civil
Engineer Parks, mid will begin nt
onco Inning operations on Iho pro
posed site of the Naval Station and
dock theie. The parly went to the
place in the launch. A survey paity
Is on Iho giouiul now.
At headquarters in tho Naval Sta
tion, men aio being seen who want
work, u record kept of their iiaiues
mid addresses, mid they will bo called
on later for tlio work tr it is decided
to use tliu hoi t of labor being offered.
All torts, from cooks to brick mas
ons, are offering thenibelves In iiuiii
beiu. WANTS OILMAN OUSTED
(Continued from Pse 1)
at which this was done.
Peters coiibcqutntly appeared lie
foio Iho Commissioners lust Satur
day afternoon with a leanest that
the decision be set nsldn and tho case
tifkeu up again. Tills question was
taken up In executive bcsslon, during
which Peters Is b.ild to htivo given
the Coninilbsloners u fow pnliilcro as
to what constituted ordinary pioprio
ty In such proceedings.
Finally Potent played a trump
card by challenging tin; light of Com
mlssloncr (ilttnun to bu a member of
tho Ilnaid, on tho giound that ho whs
n director of tho O. II. & I,. Co.,
which Holds n hccnnd-clnbs hotel II
ceiibo lit llnlelwii, nnd that ho was
theicfoio' Inteicslcd Iu tho salo of
liquor. The challenge, was niado un
der tho following hcctlciu of tho liq
uor law: '
"No person shall bo n member of
any Ilnaid who is or becomes en
gaged or directly or luillieclly Inter
ested In any business for tho manu
facture, or sale of into.xlcatlugllquoi'H
ot any kind. . . . This pinvlblon
shall he enforced by tho (jovcrnnr
by the removal of tho dlsqualllicd
member whonver such disqualifica
tion Bhall1 appeal." ,
It would bccni that under tho cir
cumstances (illmau's disappearance
fiom tho dimmed cliclo would be
como a necessity, and Peters lias un
titled Iho Uoveruor of tho challenge
with tho expectation that ho do tho
ousting. It is a quebtlon whether
tho work ilono bo far by tli6 Com
mission will . hecomo Invalidated
should Oilman bo ousted, though It
Is not piohnblo that It'wlll have, quite
ns far i caching coiibcqucuccs.
THE CHINA carries but nnn pas
senger nut of this port. Sho leaves at
IN If! PORTS
1ABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, June 8.
TAl.TAt At rived June fi:
Sihr. Mary K. Foster, from San
Kinnclsco, Feb. H.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 8.
llktiie. S. 0. Wilder; hence May 20.
S. S. Enterprise, Horn 1111", May 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno G:
S S. llurllne. for Kiln.
HAN lTtANCISCO-Salleif June 8:
V. H. S. Mnlno, for Honolulu.
V. 8. S, Alnhama, fur Honolulu.
SEATTLE Arrived, June 7:
S. S. Alaskan, from San Francisco.
KAIH'I.UI Arrived June S;
S. S. Neviidan, from Honolulu.
K M ;4 3C M ?C X 35 X Pi K M S 3
rt WATERFRONT NOTES
si :i ; a a w w x x s ac k k a
Till! I1AI.1., from Kauai, yesterday
lii-might G00O bags 11 M sugar. Sho
reports sugar on Kauai ns follows: K.
S. XI.. 20GO hags: V K., 150; Xlult.,
UI21; (1. & .. 4H2; Mel!.. 75S7; K. P..
niC4. 1.. P.. 10.H30; (1 F.. 8231; II. M.,
1 3.S. 1 ; .M. S. Co., r,7.0(iO; K. S. Co.,
Tho Iwalanl yesterday brought the
following freight: .T.wu bags Hiinia
kita Mill Co.'a sugar to T. II. Davlei
Sc Co., 4 boxes mangoes. 1 crates pigs,
7 hags com, G lugs potatoes, 0 boxes
eggs, G crates empty bottles, 7 bags
coclantits, 11 boxes (hlrkens, 3G bun
dles empty bags, Ml pigs and 10 sun
A CAI1I.E him Just been iccelved by
the llackreld puiiplo In Iho effect that
tho .Mongolia sailed fioiu the Orient
on Iho 3rd, us scheduled. Through
some mistake, no cable was received
Here at tho tlmo of sailing, ns Is usual.
She will bu In on hchedulcd time.
THE I1AHKENTINE Irmgard camo
off tho inaitno railway this morning.
and Is now nt lllshop's wharf, loading
sugar. She Ims been well ovcihuulod
THE l.lKEMKE. N.iopala. nrilved
this moinlng. off her liui, with t!28
bags sugar, 10 head cattle, 19 head
calves, and 9 packages sundries-.
THE I.1JRI.1NE left San Francisco
on the Gib, for Ililo, this being her
nialdeii run to tliu Islands. Sho iu
owned by tho Xlatson people.
THE AMERICAN tchooner Defend
er arrived Saturday frniu IIoiiolpu,
Willi 12,000 bags of sugar for tho
THE NEVAD.'.N sailed fiom Kahil
I it t yesterday cvnliig at n o'clocK. Sho
will make no inns to tills poit In tho
THE. W. II. 5IARSTON uiilvod at
Ililo on We lin-sday, 11 days out of
THE XIAI'NA KEA and Xlonna I.oa
leave on their regular runs at noon
THE KE AT' IIOU, Pcdcrson. sails
at S o'clock llils nltoruoou for Kauai
THE NOEU' from IlonoUna jc,
tcrdav broir.-lit 2J12 bags sugar.
THE NIIHAU went to Kolna with
coal Sattiiilav tvouliig.
THE MIKAIIAI.A will bo ready fin
service In about u week,
PINE COMPANIES APPEAL
(Continued from Faze 1)
he heaid on .hum 12, Tho Honolu
lu Packing Company, Ltd., assessed
at ?v", -.", claim exemption, and
they will lie heard on Juno 12. Tho
Wnhlawa Pineapple Company, Ltd.,
vvns nsbiwcil at $!)l,GGfiT All exemp
tion Is claimed and tho hearing ot
tho (ase bet for Juno 12. Tho Ha
waiian Pineapple Company, Ltd., as
sessed for $75,019.1)3 on iiuothei
scoie, again ilalm exemption and the
matter will coiuo up June 12.
COURT DENIES MOTION
(Continued from Pace 1)
said thai lie hail never plnjcd pika
plo, and that Februufy 5 was Iho llrst
tlmo he had over seen Tnylor.
"Ilnve jou over nflked Tujlor foi'
Hint $.0?" asked Larnaeh.
"I tried to find hliii. but never could
find Mm I novel- got tho money. I
did not take a receipt for tliu mono),
ti listing litni."
L.iinndi brought out tho point that
I.ee Let only met Taylor on Fcbruury
5, ami on Fchiuary 9, ho loaned him
$30 without n receipt.
'That'll our cuse," said Frank
Thompson. A recess was declared.
I'll si blood for tho prosecution in
the Lee Lot easo vvns drawn this
Illuming when Judgo Robinson de
nied the petition of Thompson &
demons, l.eo Let's attorneys, to havo
tho Court Instruct tiro Jury to bring
In, a veidlct of not guilty. Thomp-
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
C2' S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
j u. juLtujumriiiiii lMrt'fiii ,,kiisivj;lu..tUv. U . ,1-VkteiAittliiUwi 1 ui.:..i-
for the EYES that's our Specialty.
And making- nnd flltlnc? Glasses is
our exclusive business.
A. N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BLDQ., Over May & Co.
son's argument took up the greater
part of the .morning, nnd the Jut)
was excused lit 11 o'clock. Ho first
gave his petition nnd the reasons o
which it vvns naked and nttcrwarf.
took up the argument, which ( ou
tdated In mntti of tcclrilc.i1ltt"..
When Thompson co icluded, uliurl
ly before noon, I.nrnncii asked tho
Court whether furthei argument was
wanted. The Judge lepllcd that It
was not, for ho would deny Iho mo
tion, nnd would bo inform tho Jury
Frank Thompson, iittorncy ror l.eo
l.ct, first asked the Court to Instruct
and direct tho empaneled Jury to la
tum n verdict of not guilty of the
crime churged In tho Indictment. He
cited fifteen icasnns to support his
icqucst, stating first that It vvns not
shown In tho proofs offered in sup
port or iiio indictment, tiiut a. r
Taylor vvns, nt the tlmo of his nllcg
ml lecclvlng of $50 fiom I.ee Let, not
an executive officer of tho County
Again, Thompson stntcs Hint It has
not been shown that A. P. Taylor was
ever appointed n police o nicer hcio,
Next Thompson says that Taylor
first suggested his willingness to ac
copt money from Ico Let and there
fine nppniciitly Joined with the lat
ter In u criminal act.
It is then stated that Taylor did
Induce I.ee l.ct to give him tho al
leged gift, nnd that It is not shown
iu suppoit of the Indictment that
I.ee Let vvns uwnro of Taylor's offi
Thompson ndvnnced other reasons
Iu suppoit of his refill est that the
Jury bo Instructed to bring In u ver
dict of not guilty, hut they were
mostly bused on technicalities, and
vvcru minor to the ones above given.
The Jury was excused whllo tho nt-
torncys argued concerning the re
Thompson then went ahead, nt
lemiitlnir to hIiow in tho tlrst nlaco
that Taylor was not proven a regular
police officer nt tho tlmo of tho nt
leged bribery. Ha also brought Iu
numerous authorities in an attempt
to show that Taylor solicited the
In llo. He shows how Taylor and
Aires go "to ho bribed," hut l.eo
Let wouldn't come through; fo nt
tho third visit Taylor asks htm for n
guarantee, and when l.eo Let handed
For Mail Subsidies
WASHINGTON, I). C, Juno 7. Tho Republican platform to ho pre
sented al the Republican Nntloual Convention in Chicago has now been
completely druttcd with tho exception of jioiiio of the minor features.
The endorsement of the Roosovolt policies is the central Idea ot tho
The achievements of tho party aio lauded.
The management of tho 'dllllcuR problems in tho Philippines, and of
the dellialo situation in Cuba, is extolled.
The admission of Ailoua nnd Now Mexico as States Is recommended.
The platform declares for tho oxrliislon of Asiatic coolies, mid for
fohterlng trade with the Orient.
It advocates tliu subsidy ot ocean mall steamship Hues to Australia
and South America,
Garfield In San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Junu 7.Seci clary of tho Interior (larueM
arrived here today en route to Hawaii on tho battleship Maine.
Tho Mnlno and tho Alabama will sail on Monday on their voyage to
Asiatic waters, touching nt Honolulu. I
FLOODS AND TORNADOES
SPREAD WIDE DISASTER
IIUTTE, Mont.. Juno G. After
tlili ty-tluco days ot rain tho sun
has coiuo out. It will take weeks to
lehulld tho tracks and resumo trnlllc.
Five peoplo wcro drowned nt Great
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Juno 7.
Floods in tho Missouri, and tho Knw
llvcis luivo driven 100 peoplo from
CHARLES CITY, Iowa, June 7. A
tornado passed through this section,
destroying 200 houses. It Is already
known that there Is ona dead nnd
OMAHA, Nob., June G. A tor
nado In Southeastern Nebraska has
debtioycd several towns nnd numer
GENEVA, Neb., Juno G. A tor
nado which passed thioiigh hero left
six dead nnd four fatally Injured.
INDEPENDENCE, Kiis., Jtrno G.
Tho Oklahoma rivers lose ton lect in
n fow bonis today.
DEATHS FROM BUBONIC'
LA OUAYRA, Venezuela, Juno 7.
There have been eighteen deaths hero
from bubonic plaguo.
Juilgo Dole's Court:
.Moses Kokl ciuso continued.
.In 'go Robinson's Court:
I.ee l.ct tnso conllnued.
Jil'lgo Lindsay's Court:
Juno 8 Est. John llnpnlnul; Win.
Henry appointed iidnilnlbtinlor.
Juno 9 Hudson vs. Wolters; trial
l't ii. m.
kindly v. Llndly: trial 9 n. in.
Ellasun v. Ellason Trial It a. m.
out $50 Tnylor said, "Wo will con
sider this a part of one day's pay,"
which Thomprnn claimed vvns brib
ing himself; that Taylor, Instead of
keeping down crime had encouraged
It by suggesting that Leo Let pay
Thompson had, us nuthnrlty, a
similar ease In tho Slate of Illinois,
In which his contention vus hoi ne
At 11 o'clock tho Jury wns excused
until 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho argument then continued.
Thompson staled that there was i
solutely no evidence to tho effect that
Leo Let know Taylor to bo u police
officer. It might bo picsiinicd, but It
wns not proven, nor vvns there evi
dence introduced toward this end.
"Does tho evidence support tho In
dictment?" This Is tho question
that Thompson was hammering nt.
Ilo niado n great point of tho fact
that Taylor was not agreeing not to
nrrest Lee Let, Let Tong, or others,
but that arrests wcro contemplated,
Taylor Influencing the Attorney
flcncrnl.tu hnvo Email fines Imposed,
llicso to be paid by himself.
Ho brought in a now phase when
he said that Taylor needed the first
SI 00. which ho asked for from Leo
Let, to give to bonicono else ns a pre
liminary picpanitlon for small lines,
If any of the Chlneso gamblers wcro
arrested. This, of coutsc, means
nothing more or less than that Tay
lor wns agreeing to bribe, or Influ
ence, someone else when ho toolc tho
flist $50 from Lee Lot, nccmdlng to
Thompson's lino of reasoning. Tay
lor's testimony was to tho effect that
he was to beo tho prosecuting attor
ney when gamblers wcro nrrestcd
mid Inllucnco him toward light fines.
Thompson argued that Taylor had
no right to make this alleged agree
ment with Leo Let. Ilo nlho alleged
that Taylor was practically stretch
ing the duties of n police officer into
those of u court when ho promised to
legulate the sUe and amount '"I
$222,000 appropriated by Congress
for 'California public buildings nt last
SIX MEN DEAD OF
SAN PEDRO, Calif., Juno G. Six
men aio dead ns a result of the ex
plosion of n holler tubo on tho Ten
nessee! Five hnvo been hulled with
SQUIERS CALLED HOME
NF.W YORK, N. Y Juno 7, Her
beit G. Squleis, Minister to Panama,
bus been biiiiuuoned to Washington
hy tho President to confer on mat
teis In connection with his mission.
NO RUSSIAN BATTLESHIPS
ST. PETERSIlimci, Riibshi, June G.
The Duma has rejected tho naval bud
get calling for tho construction "of
four bnttlebhlps at a cost of $5,500,-
FEAR RACE RIOTS
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklu,. Juno C.
The mllltln hus been called out by
tho (lovornor, who fears n nice riot,
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tation of being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain same Is by keep
ing at work.
ii H K a St 5S 5? ;C 55 it M H K K
K ARRIVED , "
IK 35 K K H M 21 M X M 5f, X S
Xlomlny, Juno 8.
P. XI. 8. S. China, Frlelc, from Suit
Francisco, en route to Oi tent, 7:30
1 Stnmr. I.lkellkc, Naopala, fiom leg-
ar run, u:lo a. in.
( H 31 K.'lH 2C 3C X 'A 3 34 'ii 3( K .X
X DEPARTED i
)i M K 35 3C 30 M 3S 85 M ii B M M K M
Sunday, Juno 7,
A.-1I. 8. S. Novndmi, (Irecne, for
San Fraiiclsco.vvla Knhiiltil, 5 p. m.
vi W Vj 3d .If M X H X M 3t 3d ii V. 3t
K SAHJNG TODAY
X "( W St Xi. V X M ii K W 3S M M K 3C C
Slmr. Ko Au Hon. Poderscn, for Kn
pan, Aliahola, Kllauen, Kiillhlwal nnd
Haiinlei, at 6 p. in. , "
Stmr. N'oenii, Mitchell, for Malm
konn, Honokna nnd Kiikulhiiclc, at 5
P. M. S. 8. China, Frlel, for tho Or
ient, 5 p. m.
P. St. S. 8. qilnn, Frlelo, for Orient.
5 p m.
Stmr. Ku Au Hon, Pcderaon, for
Kauai, " p. iu,
6 33 )(, 3( X 3C X X 3d ii UK M 38 St K
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
A 3t Ot 3t K X, 31 X3SKit3tM
Per P. M. 8, S. Chlnn, Filele, from
8nn Francisco. Juno 8. For Honolu
lu: E. Illshop, .1. II. Iloogo. II. I),
llovveii, C. N. Xlnniucz, Mrs. Clara
Melnocko, S. Robinson, A. F. Robin
son, C. O. White, .Mrs. C. Ik Whllo
and Infant, Tlicci. Wolff. For Yokoha
ma: II. Ilckkoy, Cnpt. Chns. do
Champs, II. Mori, E. Suzuki, C. Pink.
101- .Manila: Peter Ilnlkcnia, Alma
Heck, J, A. Coconnoiier, Xtlss A. S.
Egeberg, W. L. (lllhert. .Mrs. (!. XL
Orulmm, Lawrence 11. Jones, S. L.
Parks, II. L. Do Wosse. For Hong
kong: Dr. Sidney L. Lascll, Miles (1.
Thomas, Xtlss 1). Manilla.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, Juno 7, from
Kauai. Oco. N. Wilcox. J Hogg, J.
Kainnuwnt, XInstcr J, XIcKcague, XI.
Ctinul, a. Cohlct, II. W. XI. Mist, A. O.
Hcnderion, 30 deck.
Per Vtmr. Iwalanl, Juno 7, from
Maul. J. D. Almokii, A. Douse, Her
nlco Po.ihu and two Catheart children,
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3'. PASSENGERS DEPARTED X
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Per A.-H. S. S. Novndan, Juno 7.
For Knhulul: I). 11. Xlurdock, XIlss
Henderson. For San Francisco. XIrs.
E. S. Cuiilui.
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Per stmr. Chl'in, Frlelo, for tho Oi
lent, Juno 8, 5 p. m. F. A. Rlchnrds.
The Asahls won from tho men of
the. Oiiarantlne Station yesterday af
ternoon In a giimo played at tjio
Quarantine Island grounds, by u
score of lli to 10. Tho gnmo was
nil right up to tho sixth, standing
4-3 for tho Quarantine team, when
suddenly the landslldo started, nnd
tho visitors rushed seven men across.
Tho others could not closo tho long
Qttnrautlno Island Wllllo Jones,
c; Antouc, p; I.ono, ss; Leach, 21i
and lb; Frank James, 3b; Iliown, cf;
P. Jlaiikea, if; Kim, if; J. K. Heck,
Asnhl Speclals--Xtasa, p; TctsuJI,
c; Stcere, 2b; Yhbii, bs; .Komi, cf;
Ubhljlma, If; Hideo, lh; Tomo, If;
Scuro by Innings:
1 2 3 I 5 G 7 8 9
Quarantine . ...10201 I 0.0 210
Asnhl 1 0 1 1 0 7 0 G 1C
CHINA WITH AMMUNITION.
Tho P. XI. 8. 8. China, Filulo, "ar
rived Iu pint early this morning, from
Slii Frnnrlbco, hound for tho Orient.
Sho has on board nlno humlroil mid
thirty-two thousand cases of ammuni
tion, for Manila. Sho has altogether
about 1500 tons of cm go for tho Gov
ernment, which represents nhout halt
of her total cargo.
Sho brings a lingo mull for this
port, 309 bags. Sho nlso In lugs iibout
50 tons of fnlcJit as well as 10 flat
Tho China has very fow peoplo on
hoard this trip, Au unusually small
iiuiubur Is In tho first cabin, mid only
about f,u In Iho steerage,
A. L. (.'. Alkliibou, who Is now chair
man or tho Sports Committee for Fleet
eiitertalnnieiit, bald this inoinlng that
ho Is going In call a meeting or all (ho
chairmen of the various biihcomiull
tces .under him as iiiou us ho can llud
out wlin tho)' mo.
Among other Inquiries for bcniueu
fiom variolic pnrtn uf tho world, Ship
ping Commissioner Aliny today re
ceived Inquiry us lo Iho wheieiihmits
of John J. Cr.ilg, who Jeft llalllmiuo
on bomo date Iu last December, on
ono of tho Sewell boats. Mr. Almy
was enabled tu reply that tho man
left Ibis port ncenlly on tho John
Knn, hound for IMavvuru Ilicakwater,
mound tho Horn, . " ,
to yourself and let us build that ca'
noc, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
have in mind. We'll have 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,
King near Akipai,