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EVENING DOIAETIN, nONOLTJLTJ, T. II . MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1900.
Ta . ;
K WEEKLY GALEKOAR
Honolulu Commandcry ned
Pacific First Degree.
All visiting members of th
Older art cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lode"
ILAKMOKY. LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet tij XiomUy evening it
T.ii Id I. O. O. V Hll, Tort Strest.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
v. u. wicku, N. a.
All TUltlni; brotbtrs very cordially
AKU I0D0B. Ko. 1, K. of P.
MieU every Brit and third Frl-
.tey evenlua; at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
tcrner Fort and DureUnta. Visiting
Blathers cordially Invited to attend.
T. It. NUOHNT, C. C."
It. GOSLING, K. 11. S.
3TOJ.0LULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, 11. I'. O.
nils, incuts In tlieir lmll, on Kim
Strut, near l'ort, every Friday even
lu. Visiting Hrothcr are cordlall)
Urlted to nttend.
n. A. DOUT1IITT, H. It.
11. C HASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meats every 2nd nnd 1th Saturday
Teuluj nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'.
Ball, cor. Tort and llerotanla. Villi
lac brothers cordially Invited .to at
toad. r. m. iiconcw, c. c.
E. A. JACOnSKN, K. n. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. K.
UhH on Urn 2nd and 4th WICD
WB3DAY evenings of each month at
TltO o'clock la K. of P. Hall, corner
tareUnla and Fort streets.
Yliltlns Eaglei are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T. MOOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TKIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ttUlly Invited to nttend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
m ' '
Th beit asiortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Lifive your order for a box
r. of Lehnnardt s Candy, ireih
(j only at
CO., Ltd. "
Corner King end Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and ibjeti.
AKSRICAJI-nAWAIIAN PAPBE A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Port nnd Queen bts., Jlonolulrti
TeJ,'410. George O. Quito. Geni-lfa.
OlDIB A CAC3 BY PHONE 270
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING ad PAINTINQ.
2m: Honolulu Fainting .Co., .321
vrin.,St.; P. 0. Bbx-,914. "
Blank books of all sorts, lodsers,
manufactuiod by the Dullotln
iMUatatna Oompany, '
iii- ? .i i .i VJh
for Magazines, News
papers, and Periodi
cals. Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0,
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Clias. R. Frazier
t hone 371. 188 King St
WHAT YOU OET IN
Quality is uppermost.
HOTEL near UNION.
In Every Home
where there are children,
there ought to be a
And also in every home
where there are no children
only more so.
Complete Outfit from $20
to $200 ) and terms are
caiy. Coma la and uik.
Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
COR. FORT and MERCHANT STB.
BEGINS MAY 1
C, Q. YEEHQPyfc'CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
' JUST AS'iTHlf
Listing and Adding
h thr most advanced of all,
leads the modern typewriters.
Hawaiian -News Co.,
YOUNG BUILDING .
iva . ',
LOCAL AND GENERAL
F" The moit pleasant way to lux
malihini to occupy' an dnren'ted
idni il to let a B u 1 1 e 1 1 h Want
i! do it for von. ' '
Ad; do it for you.
Ten good auto-hacks, Phono,!.
A. F. Wall mid -wlfo enmo In on tlio
Milium Kea frMrii Hawaii.' " ' " ' ' '
Judge It. r (Juarlps wan mi nrrhliiR
passonRcr on tlm Mntma Ken.
Al. Thtiflow' of the" rt6yal Anna
terTvs the finest meals In luwn.
It. K, Llonlno, the moving picture ex
port, lctnnied to Honolulu on'tho Mnu
John It, IlcrKstrom, plnno tuner
nnd repairer. Ad'drcsa 1. O. box 1d.
K you are looklnt tor'any of your'
friends ro" to the "Two""Jack's" and
)ou'll find them, ,
Take your carrlago or automobile
to llannltnn CarrUa UanTs. Co., 'oi
cp to'dkte repairs. " "
C. V. Afliloul returned from n luia
Iih'hs trip to the other Islhnds on the
slvnmcr Manna Ken.
W. T. ItawllnR, Asslslnrl District At
torney, MI bo u passenger In tho
Mamin Ken tomorrow.
Cnplnln C. 7-'. Campbell ot tlio Inter
lalnnd Htenin NnrlRatton Company,
has returned from llllo.
Mr. and Mm. M. llrnnch arc bonked
to lenvo by tl?c Karen en route for New
York, Ixindoil and Paris.
.lurtKc nnd Mrs. 'S, II, Uolo have
booked to lc.ivo In tho Klnnu fur Knual,
Bailing at B o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Kanpnn, n liquor nrttst, paid four
dollars towards tlio upkeep of tho Ter
ritory this morntiiK. and did it with n
smile, too. '
fit'o. II, Itnbertson nnd 1". K lllnlioji
will lcavo In tho Manila Kea tomorrow
on liinlncas. They will bo to Mnul
The Industrial Edition of the
E renins; Bulletin, wrsDoed
ready for mailing, 00 cnU at B u 1
1 e t i n offiot. '
nuorKe II. Dunn, tho Intcr-lutand
company's nRent al I.nhalna, has been
appointed deputy asscsKor for tlio Is
land of Molakhl.
Mm, Ham Johnson of Olan, llnwall,
will bo among tho nutRoltif; passcnRcrs
In tho steamer Mntma Kea, which Bulls
ut noon tomorrow.
I. Ah l-eoiiR has been nrrestcd on i
chnrgo of Sunday trading; his little
matter will bo attended to tomorrow
fiy JuiIrc Andrade,
At "Arcadia," the Iiomo of Oovernor
nnd Mrs. Frear, tl-c CiiIIcrp Clill) will
plvo a Fourteenth t'erttuiV I-losta on
May Day nt 4 u'clock.
Attorney W, A. Kinney Is booked to
lenvb tomorrow noon In tho stonmer
Mailim Kea. He will be accompanied
by StcnoRTnphor j. A, Coombs.
Albert Hodson, inspector In tho
I'OHtoffleo Department, was on Molo-
kal last week and then went on to
Mnul, uliera ho continued his round
Kail, who seems to have been qulto
successfully ilrunk on Saturday, (uid a
suspended senlonco of ono year and
ond month registered nKnlnst him this
morning at tho Police Coifrt.
Mrs. M, loulsson, n former resident
of Honolulu, Is visiting In tho city for
n fnw days, stopping with tho Oarten
bergs, at Wnlklkl. Sho will bo "at
homo" tomorrow afternoon, April 27.
Governor nnd Mrs. Frcar, cx-Vlce-President
Fairbanks, Mrs. Fairbanks
and" Mrs. Tlninions, who went on nn
nutomobllo trip around this Island Sat
urday, returned nt nbout C o'clock.
Tlio illstl'ngulshcu' inallhinlB enjoydd
tho trip very luuch. A stop was mndo
nt Hiilelwd, wncro luncheon was wait
ing. TENYO MARU HERE
FROM THE ORIENT
7uv'" 'i.ai.1. i.iauin.- b
Having on board hor ono hundred
and forty-two cabin paBsbnRors, two
of whom landed liore, tho Jnpaiiosu
liner Tenyo Mnru, Captain Uont, at.
rived this morning from Japan, dock
ing at tho Hnckfuld wharf bhortly nller,
S o clock. . 8ho brotiRht 1100 tons of
gencrnl cargo for this port. liicliulDil
in .tho thromjli cargo aro 726 bales of
bilk, cmiBlgned to business houses' In
Tho'llbnolulii cabin passengers wcro
ltov. J3. V. .Thwltig nnd .R. Nlkl,' n
Jupuneso incrcliant on Hotel street.
Among tho through pssscngcfrf Is
Jlrs. Tlios','' Samifions, wlfo 'of tlio
A .......lAnli r...nD. Till.. -tJ. ati 1.1 ...
turning to"tho' States oil'vlicatlon. lion.
Iiihn''lt Snodgrass 'Is 'uih'ltc'd" Slitt-s
Consul In tho Orient. Ho Is rcttifntnc
to the Stntcs, accompuntcd byihts Mlf'e,
on loavo ot nbsenco,
The liner made, n pleasant trip from
Yokohama, und the tiaRscnRers ' en.
Joyed thcmsd'lveg lh pjaylng1 cards nnd,
general ihcrry'mu'klng.'"Sno"wlll sail
for Ban Francisco tomorrow morning
at 9 oclock.
II i,Ll.JWI sU 11.
Expert New York Cutter.
W W. Ahana Co.,
Teddy Baggd Gazelle
NA)tlOUI, Africa, April 2S. Tljeodoio itoosevqlt nnd imrty have
started for Athl rlcr On the first hunt, two' wllclebcestr nnd n gazelle,
An epidemic of smallpox has broken out here, but tho greatest pre
cnutloiut riro telnR oWrvetl jb'Jirovcnl the spread of tlio disease.
" ' o '" ei m " "
Jim Smith Coming
MANILA, P I Aprjl 24. Oovernor Oencrnl Smith leaves Muy 8l!i
for a six months' leave pf nhsepco In "tlic.Stalcs. '.
Orcat value Is li lery, Jordan's.
Lost, n Jadb etlcv pin, Sco ad, thli
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms
for rent. Sco nd tills Issue,
A small furnished cottngu near town
Is wanted. See c'auMfled ads.
A tteadlng Standard motorcycle Is
fur fate. Sec ad this Issue.
There will be lilcb class meats at
the Metropolitan Market IhlB week.
Order oil "telopliOlie t5.
Thomas F. MeTlRho & Co. hnvo
Johnson's celebrated dry gin for fam
ily trade. Telephone 140.
Tlio regular quarterly meeting of
tho Union Feed Co Ltd., will be hcd
April 28", nt 2 o'clock, p. in.
The stock book of the Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd., will 'bo rinsed to transfers
from April 27th In May 1st, 1909.
itnro old Hawaiian books al llrown
& Lnn Co.'s bookxloro, Alakea'and'
Merchant streets. Sonic of tho latest
lletlon Just recoiled
Helm goods are ihn best you can
buy. They nro nlwajs of tlio finest
quality, nnd nlwa) pure, wholesome,
nnd totoluoinc. Kieiy grocer lias
Jewelry that wax left with tho Into
Thos. I.lndGuy for rep-Urn, In now nt
the storo of M, II. Counter. Any of tho
articles, uncalled for on June 1, 1009,
will bo sold.
Tho Honolulu Has Co., Ltd., Invltcn
guesses of tho number of beans In n
Jar In ono of their ulndows. A coupon
In tho company's advertisement today
paves tho Wny to success.
Tho hot weather Is coming, and you
will need some .flannels nnd pongees.
l.ct us fit you. Wo gunranteo satis
faction. V. WfjAhnna Co., C2 'King
street, custom tailors. Phono 52L
Oat & Mossman, tho popular station
ors, carry nil the finest stationery &ir
business nnd private use. Alt tho lat
est periodicals, magazines, nnd news
papers. 76 Merchant street, near P. O.
Wo nro offering for sale n property
in ono of tho best auction of tho city,
assuring good class of tenants, con
tinued occupancy, If desired, nnd pay
ing 10 per cent not to buyer. Water-
(Continued from. Pace 1)
through the Alcwa Hclgnts homo
stead. Iulclopu also introduced n resolu
tion calling upon 'tho Rules Commlttca
iii revise the rules of tho House nnd
make such reconimcndatloiiH ns they
may think lulvlsallo for tlio rules of
tho. House governing tho next House
session" of 1811.
SfuMdon. chairman of the Rules Com
mijl'eo, protested;' It wns pretty lido
In"'th6 session to bring' In sucli" a res
iutlon, unless 'tlio Houso wanted n
whitewash. ' '
t'UltUIIU IllUVVIl U lUUiU II1U 1VSUIU-
tlori; declnrlilg" that this Houso has no
business to inak'o rules to govern the
'nex't ifousc. knleldpii nioveil tho ics
olutlon bo referred to tho Rules Com-
t......... ,. ...... .. ...
niltteo, nnd, Ignoring tho motion to
table, tlio Speaker' no referred' It.
Tho Committee on Public Expend
itures and Accounts reported an the
resolution to pay. D. L. Cnnkllng jilO
for his serviced to tho Legislature, and
rccommendeif thnt on account of tho
"conscientious line fulthfhl 'services or
0. U Coiikllligas'cferk to tho Federal
disbursing ofllcpr of Jho appropriation
fp'r tho' Lelalaiuro of 100!" 'deserving
in recuguuiuu at mo nanus oi me
UoufljD or Representatives' It recmn
m'e'ndeil tho adoption' of 'tho resolution.
Tho report was approved.
Two hundred and thlrty-flvo bills
havq been Introduced,)!! tho Ho'usp dur
ing tlio scsslonVwhlch Is whiittho fig
ure will bo when tho Houso udjourtis,
sW die, It i;6(Tiglbo ato'to" Ret any'
inh'ro' throuKh."Afrof'Vhcs'6 bills &rn
out of the hands' of colnniltfe'os' and,
with one excoptlnn, flndlljMlspost(I pf,
so rat its tho HOUSo Is concerned. Ono
House Hill wns on thoorfdpr of tho
day for third rcadlng"this morning.
Eighty-seven bills havo been tabled,
15 indefinitely postponed. Thlrtysovon
Houso IiIIIh havo as yot failed-to got
pasrtho ScnafbTf. W(liavo boon sent to,
tho Governor, dG of wli'lch havo' been
signed nnd soven votoed, tho votocs
an being sustained. Two Houso bljls
were still this morning In Conforonco
Committee hands. Tho flovcrno'i- had
20 House WlliTwhlch ho had neither
signed nor vetoed. Somo of llios'e Will
prpbably bo pocket vetoed.
Tho .Lands jCommlttco roportcd on
jSl i-te. ! ", v
uMWOtmi .U..I 1 j.w..t.,j....,..,.i.-. . ...... ,. a..M.ii.auiMnuffit
tlio cnnimunlcatum from tlio Wallilk"
rteclani.il loii Commission that I. bad
not had ttmo lif Investtg-t the mittcr
thoroughly nnd therefore rrcoinmcnl
cd that'U bo IhibrciI oil to the Legisla
ture of 101 1.
(Continued from Pact U
street Iliu'ii llrTftunLi liflt ,u In the
Wnterfront. Monrn tnnk tin, flont- lit
opposition tn till- resolution us' It then
stood, calling attention to the great
cost of cutting' n Btrect through from
Hotel to ilcrctanln, and expressing the
belief that Fori street furnished ample
menus oi communication.
Ah to tho ndilsnblllty of cutting
through illshop street mnkiil of King
ho agreed with the resolution, and.
moved that It bo bo nmended ns to cut
out uierj thing maiika of Hotel.
Tn'o amendment found favor with
the Senate, and the resolution passed.
Tho first volo was objected to by Ma-
kckau, on tho ground that ho was on
his feet trying to speak against the
resolution when tho vote wns taken.
He was afraid that, by passing the res
olution, the Senate would be saddling
tho Territory with tho expeuto or cut
ting tho street through.
Tho Prerlilcnt explained that tlio res
olution was only n rccoiunlcnd.itlon on
the pnrt of tin; Legislature, but when
tho Vnto wns taken u second time, the
Hawaii Senator-!! hand fnulieil Hie air
In hopeless opposition to tho resolu
tion. Tax Liens Again.
Houso Pill No. 225, making tnx liens
prior Menu against real prnpqity.
passed third reading, nfler having been
nmended by cutting out tho clause
making delinquent Income tuxes it lieu
against real property. Baker was the
only ouo to volu "no"' when tho roll
Houso lllll No. 232. regulating the
carrying or .persons afflicted vlth lep
rosy and other contagious diseases on
coas.twlcc steamers, also passed third
reading. This bill mneiids tho present
law by raining tho tonnage of vessels
allowed to carry such persons.
Houso Dill No. 22t, legulutlng the
Issunnco of certificates of title by
courts of land registration, passed sec
ond rending, uWer having been amend
ed by Chllllngworth to us tri comply
with tho provisions of the tax Hon law.
$2C30 for Maul Court.
Tho Circuit Court of Mnul will gel
the $2000 needed to carry It through
this term. Senate DIM Co. 152, mak
ing nn additional appropriation of thnt
amount for tho current biennial period,
passed third r calling without nny oppo
sition. This bill wns Introduced In response
to n communication from Maul stntfiig
thnt, were the money not furthcoming.
there would bo nothing for It but to
close up shop nnd hnvo no moru ses
sions this term.
Thero was a little grumbling on tho
pnrt of thb lawmakers, but It was ev
Idently decided that court must bo
held, even though It inOiint tlio appro
priation of $2000 moro than hud been
planned on. '
Tho bill regulating tho dissolution of
corporations, Senate Hill No. 153,
passed third reading without any op
Tho Huiibo bill forbidding tho salo of
llvo stock nffllctcd with islanders, far
cy or other llko contagion's 'complaints,
pnssod second reading through thu
adoption of the favornblo rspbr't of tho
Chlllli'ujfivorth off6'r'cd an amendment
to lloiiso' Dill No. 231 which wns
adopted. This Is the bill piovluiug
for tho nnnunl exhibit of tho accounts
of corporations. In Its original form
It left tho power to decide upon thu
form of i etui ns with the Treasurer.
Thero was some objection lo tho pro
visions, so Ch'nilngworth offered his
amendment, louulrlng tho form to have
tlio uppioval of tho Oovernor.
In Its nmended forai tho hill passed
Jl'ouso Hill No. 234,iegnrdlng tho
Bnlo of propel ty against which thero
R'tnncls n Inx" llcn.'wn's referred In the
Judiciary Commltteo. Chllllngwortn,
in moving Uin't Uio bill bo refened,
said thai (liero wwo many glaring cr'
rors In tho' hill ns it stood, and that he,
for one, Bhould vote against It wcro It
to como up for second reading without
A messngo was received, uimouncliig
thnt tho Ci'overncr iiaii signed thb fol
lowing hills: ' '
Houso Hill No. 210, Act 113, entitled
"An Act td Amoml Section 3 of Act 42
of tho Session Laws or 1903, Relntlng
to Pnliiic Lamia";
Houso Hill No. 190. Act 111. entitled
"An Act to Aineiid.J&ctlQn 39011 of tho
S5J2JFa.-'W as EflSt8l brCt S3 ot
"f" ' " '"'1 '
IN FORdON, PORT3
Mondav. Aoril 20. 1903
VICTOIHA April 25:
S. S, Aorungl returned with innln
feed plpo cracked.
.VICTOIHA Sailed April 2fi:
B. S. Aornngl for Honolulu; ex
pects to arrive heie mid sail on
Monday next. I
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Apr. 2fi:
Jnp. cr. A to, hence via llllo Apr.10'
Jap. cr. Snjo, hence via llllo Apr.10
YOKOHAMA Arrhed April 2fi:
S. S. Mnnchurln, henre April lii.
KAHULUI Sailed April 24:
III.. Fooling Sue for Now York.
BELIEF MAPS OF HAWAII
(Continued from Pace I)
before the opening of the Kxposltloti.
The maps, which nio pronounced
by experts to be remnrknbly flue bpec
linens, will bo placed In the big GO
rout tnnk In tho Hawaiian building
at the Fair. , ICacli island of this
gioup Is represented, nnd nil will bo
placed In Juit the piopcr position,
to that the casual visitor, nftcr a few
minutes' Inspection, will be able to
hccuro a very clear Idea of the geog
raphy or the Islands.
All of the work on tho lcllcf mnp-i
wns done by Mr. Pope, even Includ
ing tho coloring nnd lettering. All
of tho dimensions nre of mathemat
ical exactness nnd even the ridges
of the mountains wcie' tested with
cnllperu to Insure their being esuct'ly
The maps. In general plan, resent
hie those on exhibition In the win
dows of the Piomoltoii Committee
looms, but aio larger mid far more
It wns the original Intention lo
ship the maps on the Dlx, but tho
nnn-nrrtvnl of tho tramtport made
other plans necessary. As passage
had to be taken on n p.isceliger steam
or, it w.is derided to get thu exhibit
on the wny nt the earliest possible
moment, ns It will lie Imposslhlu to
complete thu work on the big tunk
until the maps nre In place. '
I.o)il Chllds, with the main part of
the Huwnllau Kxhtblt, will leave by
the Alameda on May 5.
Only the fishes will be shipped on
the Dlx, ns special apparatus has to
Do Installed In order to Insure u
steady ttow of ficsh wntvr through'
the tanks, that the fish may arrive
In Seattle In n healthy condition. Tho
fish will he late, but Child feels that
Is better than' to'-liuve them nrilve
LINK M'CANDLESS LOSES
(Continued from Pae 13
fendants" exceptions' lit' that action
having been overruled by this cuurt
In 19 Haw. 239. The defendants In
tho former action were tenants of the
present plaintiff anil i el led in thdr
defense solely on tho title of their
landlord, At tho icmiesl of the ten
ants In that action their lundloid
conducted und conti oiled the defense,
the nttorucys of the tenants assent
ing therein. "The defenso In tho for
mer action by the landlord lu the
tenants' names wns open nnd avowed
und known to plaintiff. The tenants
having refused to In lug Up cx'np
tlons to thfs court, they weio biougbt
up In thO iianio or tho tenants by thu
nttornuys for their landlord. The
plea lu bar hnvlng been sustained,
plnlntlff brings exceptions.
Tho general rule Is that Judgments
hind parties and their privies In
blood, lu law und lu estate. George
V. Holt,' 9 Haw. 47. "So far nn es
toppel vby former Judgment Is. con
cerned n grantee Is In privity with
lils grantor, but the convcrso Is not
true that'll grantor Is In privity with
his granteo." Tlbbets v. Damon, 17
liuw. 203, 205.
All questions of privity having
been ollmlnntcd, the' sole point pio-s-cntcd
Is whether the plaintiff made
ItBeir u party to tho prior action
within the doctrlnn of ics Judicata so
us to bo bound by tho Judgment in
Hint nctlon, or, brlclly, whether n
landlord under tho circumstances
shown Is bound by a Judgment
ngalnet his tenant.
ACCORDINO TO TIIK Morclniits
ICxclmngu icporl, thu Canudta'n Aus
tralian llnor Aorungl, which left Vic
toria April 24, will not nrilie licio on
her regular tlmo. Sho was forced to
return to Victoria lifter It was discov
ered that her engine wnu lu plllkl.i.
Tin: MIKAIIALA, which arrived
from' Molokal ycMciday morning,
brought 30'Wad of cattle ftoni tlio Mo
lokal ranch, 10 palvcs fiom Henry
Myer, 6000 bags of sugar from Paeluc
Sugar Co.. nnd 100 bags rice.
t--t--t--f -t--f-f-f -
the Session Laws of 1P0.V'1
Houso Hill No. 191, Act 115, entitled
"An Act to.Aulhorlzo W. A. Wall, His
Associates, Siiccc-shors. nnd Assigns to
Construct, .Maintain and Operate n
Railroad In Certain Districts on tho
Island of Hawaii, In tho Territory of
Houso Hill No. 55. Art 110, entitled
"An Art In Repeal Section 1018 of tho
Reilsed Laws ot Hawaii, Kclatlng lo
CertlflcatQ of .Vaccination." .
Sunday, April 25,
Ktmr. Mlknhnla, tVdcrscn, fiom
Molokal und Mnul ports, 2:30 n. m.
Etmr. .Noc.ut, Plllr., fiom Nuwlll-
wlll, 5:01 ii. in.
U. S. L. II. tender Kukiil, Jobnoii,
from luspccllnn cuilso (Islands), 0:110
Monday, April 27.
S. S. Tctiyo Mam, Rent, from tho
Orient, 8:30 n. in.
Hthr. Concord, IMltx, for Laysnu li
S. S. Tenyo Mnrit, Rent, for San
KrnuclFco, U n. in.
From the Orient, per 8, S, Tenn
M:u it, April 20. Mrs. II. Alward. Hugo
Hade, J. M. UaimlBtcr, Cnpt. Ceo. It.
Reaidsley, Mrs. O. It. Dennett, Mrs.
Ilerolzhefmer, Pi of. C. II. Rrndley. J.
do llrujn. Mis. J. do llruyii, Mr. Cam
penon, James Carruthcrs, Mrs. II. IL
Clark. Mrs. II. 1.. Cole, N. P. Cousin,
Mis. M. A. Crnssit-y, Miss L. Crummer,
W, II. Davidson, Mrs. W. II. Davidson,
(leo. F. Davis, Mrs. Oeo. F. Davis mid
child, i:. J. Karle, F. A. Falrchtld, Mrs.
F. A. l'alichlld, 2 children and iitirHC,
O. Futcher, Win. Uriiubauiii, Mrs. W.
tiriiubaum, Miss, M. L, Hamilton, Mlus
K. tlarada, II. Nelson Harness, Mrs.
11. NuImui Harness, Mrs, J. M. Ilnslett,
K. Hntta, Miss J. Hawloy, S. lllrutu,
Mrs. T. Hlrota und Infant, Master HP
loin, Rev. T. D.i Holmes. A. C. Holzap
re I. II. Homnns, Mrs. 1). C. Howard
nnd run, .Urn. I.'. K. Howe, Infant nud
iimili, W. K. ltiigliey, C. Ho, II. J. lb
bauon, Mrs. Irilne, M. Iwiikoshl, N.
tni!;'i'.iui, V.. K. Junes Mrs. D. V.. Jones
and 2 children, Jllss K. Kip, Mr. do
Ladljcnsky, Mrs. ile Uadljensky, Mlsu
I. K. Lane, Miss F, Levy, Rev. II. II.
Lolians, W. A. Loops, Mrs. W. A.
Lo'ips, M. Mnlsiinaml, J. Mcllclh, Mrs.
.1. Mclleth, Miss" Mcllclh. Miss F. Mnc-
line, .1. C. McCoy, Mrs. N. W. Mclvor.
Muster C. C. Mclwir, T.'II. Mrlnhold,
Mis. T. II. Xlelnhold, Mrs. Henry M.
l-Jer. Hc-niy M.Tilcyen Mrs. 11. W. .Mil
lard mid 3 chltdii'ii, James Mlugay,
Mra. .lames Mtug.iy, 'N. Moyayky,
Mis. N. Jlnyhysky, A. II. Napier, It.
Nlkl, A. Pastlnv, Mrs. A Pasllno. Mrs.
,1'or.itid, a. K, PlngreoF. .W, Potter.
Mlss.l.lllClwrilson, A. l.Roberts(iii,
C, H. Rubertsun. Mrs. C, II. Rnb'rtsoii
mid daiigbter. Mux Rosenborg, W. I).
RiiKii, Mrs. K. Kallo. Mrs, Thoi. Sam
nions, I, Sasaki, K. Scharfralh, Walter
Scott, Samuel Seymour, Mrs. Samuel
Seymour, T. Slilkamurn, .Mrs. C. Silent,
Mlsa F. Silent, M. S. Rllwrstnnu. II.
Skolt, Johi'l II. Snri.lgr.i8s, Mrs. John
II. SnodgrasH, K. V. Spauldlng Mrs.
F.. W. Spaiildlng, J. Steeii3. MrB. J.
Stevens, J. Adams Th.ijcr and nlet.
Mra. J. Adiims Tbnyer, W. H. Thonii
Min, Rev. E. W. Thwlii;;, Mrs. T. II.
Tolmnii, 2 children and niiuih, lllalr
Turpln. Mrs. Rl-ilr Tnrpln, 11. Twy
ninn, 8. A. V. Uldell. Miss K. Ud-dl,
Capt. Vuogdt. II. C. Walker. Miss I..
C. Walker, Miss D. 11, Walker, II. F.
Ward, Walter C. Whlttuni, .Mrs. Wal
ler C. Whltlam nn I maid, i. C. Wool;
land, MIsb Mniy Wurster.
Per btmr. Mll.ahala, fiom Moluknl
.Hid Maul ports, April 25. John
ItlchnidMiii, Mrs. Kmina Duduolt, F.
L. (llbi,ou, r. J. Hare, Miss Kliza Lu
hel.i. Per stmr. Ko An Hon, from Na
wlllwlll, April 25.-11. J. Ilnyscldeu,
O. Hlackstud, Mr. Hailing.
Per stmr. Manna Kea, 'for Maul nnd
Hnwnll ports. Apill 27, 12 in. II. Tail
rushltua, C. Akuna, Mrs. F. S, Knight
nnd party, H. Dnwtctt, Mrs, Capt. Pel
ersim and win, Mrs. Sam Johiison nnd
ton, Miss Super, W. T. Rawlins. R. h
ers, Oeo. II. Robertson, V., F. Hlshop,
James Scott, J. P. Conko mid wlfo. Mr.
Oenocha. J Harris Mackenzie .Mrs. II.
Teiupleton. Mrs. R, W. Weston, II. P.
Roth, I. M. Lcwcm, V. C. Schaenbarg,
J. II. Jlnby, Y. M. Jooner, 11. II. Murine-,
.Mr. Wheeler nnd wire, Mrc. lllr
uey, (5. F. Davlesi Mrs. Klrkaldy mid
nurse, Chas. Hrenham, T. II. Petrle, J.
W. Wnldion. W. A. Kinney, J. A.
Cooiuhv, II. J. Kuhahlko, wlfo und
child, D. K. Kguelil, Mrs. Wnlilneiua
pukll. Per stmr. Klnnu, for Kauai. July 27,
5 p. in. Judga S. I). Dole und wife,
Mrs. U, P. Low.
Per stiur, Jlkhhala, fur Molok.il,
April 27, 5 p. up Mrs. A. II. II. Ju Id.
TIIR LIOHTHQUSK tender Kukiil,
Captain Jobwn, which Ims been visit
lug the lighthouse jdles on Mohikal
nnd .Unul, retunicd lato yesteiduy nf
ternoon. I.Iiiut.enpiitJIiiiiston, U. R. N ,
111 cbuiFO of the lighthouse service
lipi',4 mniln t tnititi la....il . ..,,
the llgbtliuutes on 'those Islands. Somo
of tlio old buoys have been replirod bi
llow ones. The Kuknl. It u ,..ii,i ... i i t
go to Knual, taking LleiH llouslon, ti
inspect nie imiilliuuscH there.
1 r t mnw i ilium, t,, , iiwiwj
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4.Cy0i
Motor, $178, Complete.
'HE CHAItLES D. WALKEHS, B0AX
AND MACHINE W0BM
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