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EVENma nPlfctiTIN, nONOIiPLP.T.H., WEDNESDAY, AMI. 28, :909 lliJjil
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Honolulu Commandery Red
Pacific First Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets cveiy Monday evening it
J:30 In I. 0. 0 f Hall, Fort Street,
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary,
!'. D. WICKK, N. Q.
Air visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, Mo. 1, K. of P.
.Meets overy first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
corner Fort and lleretanla. Visiting
Drothers cordially Invited to attonrt.
V. R. NUQKNT, C. C.
11. GOSLING, K. K. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lndgo No. CIO, 11. P. 0.
Kilts, meets In their liall, on King
Street, near Fort, ovory Friday eveu
lug. Visiting llrotlicrs are cordially
invited to attend.
i:. A. DOI'THITT, K. 11.
II. C. HASTON, Sec'y.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.0IP.
Meats every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
opening nt 7:30 o'clocn In K. of P.
Hull, cor. Fort nut? Herctanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW, C. 0.
E. A. JACODSEN, K. R. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on thn 2nd and' 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock-la K. of P. Hall, corner
Derctnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, L 0. B. M.
Meets every flrst and third Thura
dayti of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited tn attend.
GEOi SANDERSON, Sachem.
i:. V. TODD, C. of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
BODY. Leave your order for a box
o Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kins and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER- A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen bts., Uonoluln.
Tel. 410, George G. Guilp.Gtn.'Mgr.
OnDER A CASE BY PHONE 270
' CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING:
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St. j P. 0. Box 014.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
Sixtj,oars ago phyBicians first
tuai Ayer!a Cherry Sectoral, and
ever since, then it has been the
standard cough remedy all over the
world. Thousands of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
kqsp a bottlo, of.- it in, tho houi
ready ior an emergency. , ( c
controls the spasmodic, efforts of
cough1ng,rel!e.Tes, tlio congestion in
the thrpa t, quiots tlje inflammation,
in tho bronchial tubes, and prevents
tho lungs from becoming involved.
Thcro are many substitutes and
imitations. Do sure you got Ayor's
Cherry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poispn of any kind.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
rnpir br Or. 1. C. A,.r t C, li.olt, Mm., U.S. A.
We have all the lat
est and finest Station
ery, magazines, and pe.
Oat & Mossman,
fiQ Merchant St. near P. 0.
MRS. ROSENBERG, YOUNG HOTEL
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Chas. R. Frazier
I OUR ''ADVERTISERS
Phone 371. 122 King St.
should; be filed in the easiest
way under a system that is
the most convenient for ready
have, been proved to be, the.
Hawaiian News Co.,
BEGINS MAY 1
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
WHAT, YOU, GET INv
IS GOOD. ' '
3sy Quality is uppermost.
HOTEL near UNION.
LOCAL , AND GENERAL .
The B u 1 1 e 1 1 n'i's"selllne a school
scratch-pad of 200 sheets for 6 cants;
six for a qjutrten ' ,
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 6.
Don't forget Mrs. Dlckcrson's snle
of, inlllinprj; today, ,
ai, 'liiunow uiat hojmi Atinet
serves tho finest iiioala In tdwii.
It, ypi are looking fjjr any of you;
friends 'go to (he ''Two Jacks'- and
jou'll find them.
John It. Ilcrgstrom, plana tune,
and repairer. Address 1'. 0. box 40t
Phono GS1. "
Inter-Island and O. R. & L. shipping
books for sale 'at the ' B u I l.e 1 1 n
office, GO each. .
Tako your carriage nr automoblU
to Hawaiian Carriage llanfg. CO., fot,
John' ir, Craig, the popular contract
or, Is. today receiving thq, cpngrat'utu
tlonnof many, friends on Ills blrthduy,
Thero will tic u meeting of thn Boanl
of Agriculture and KoritrV"ln Mr.
Campbell's ofrtco nt 1:30 this after
noon. The Industrial Edition of the
E v e h 1 n rr 'B til 1 e t i n , wranned
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u'l
le tin office. ' ' tit
Coat your' iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will lu surprised at Its cooling
and preservative; properties California
Feed Co.,r agents. ' ' f.
Lum Gong was nrrestod this nior'n.
Ing on a cliargu'of vagrancy; bis mat
Icr will bo httciidc'd to tomorrow morn
Ing by Judgo Andrado.
Mrs, Ku,ari)s, has fresh Jams, Jellies
and mango chutney, ' X edso ot l.v
wnllim pj-dfloryes ip'akes a n'co pros;
ent. Oho the order, and she will do
tho rest. "
John Oomez. and Mnnuel Sllva had
their cases 'continued till May 4. The
two young men aro charged with re
ceiving Btolcn pods from Burglar
Nnwql, whq Is row serving a ten-year
Tho bunch qt eleven Japancsa who
have hnd their casos postponed, time
after tlmo, onco moro were put oft till
May 4. Tbeso aro the men who are
alleged to have beaten up a country
man at Kwa nomu two weeks ago.
Sam Kconul, who was Illuminated
to beat tho band last night, looked, far
from Joyful this morning nt tho pros
pect of paying four dollars for bin
overnight Jag. ' Judgo Andrado reck
oned It a four plunk spree, and what
tho Judgo said went.
Edward Dover, who appoam to bo a
rank novlco at tho Intone act, put In
an appearance at tho l'ollco Court this
morning. Ills temerity at entering the.
professional ranks astonished Judge
Andrado, who hastened to Impose.' a
fine ot three dollars and costs.
1 In tho caso of Borgcs vs. Rpse, Ka-
luiuem ami xviauuiros, a sut ror, J300
for' falso Imprisonment, tho objection
mado by Attorney Humphreys to the
appearance of Cathcart and M'llvcrton
as attorneys for the defense1 on the
ground that tfiey nrO' prosecuting offi
cers of tho county, waB overruled this.
morning by Judge Robinson.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Emory Harris, 'the negro wjia caus
ed so much trouble by escanlnc from'
Jail a little wli'llo back, and who Was
reenptured by Chief Leal, tiled to
snip on me a.-ii. a. H. MlBsourlan to
the Coast, but tho officers would not
ship hjm as they thought him sa had,
a character. Mr. WliiBton, 'who la
vouching for Harris' good behavior,
is trying to arranged that 'the rtcgro
be allowed to Bhlp on tho Alameda
next trip. If 'a Job cannot bo obtain:
ed for lilm, his passage will' be paid,
for by Mr. Wlris'lon,
The threo men who were, shot, at,
Alea by Hanada', ' are progressing
well towards recovery, and It may.
bo that In a day or two a charge
will be laid against the gun-man'. lie.
Is at present' aC Pearl City ttfli. tho,
Ewa pollco nre Investigating'' tho
whole shooting 'matter. Th'er'e tn'fCy
be some, tVutii'lni'lIanada's. statement
'that Ijo only flr.c'diln ie'lf-defcnse, and,
tlio authorities Sire going Into 'the
matter thoroughly. ''
HONOLULU WIATHflrl. t
Tamnni-atni-n. f! n I n 7A
V..,l'V.,..o u , ...., .,,
8 a. nv
5; 10 a. m., 76;' noon, 77J morning
Barometer, 8 a. m., 30.01; absoluto
humidity, ,8 a. m., 7.298 grains per
cubic foot; relative humldltyj 8 a. m,
78 por cent; dew point, 8 a. m., CS.
' Wind 0 a. m., velocity 2, dlreci.'on
N;; 8 a.m., veJoclty 6,idrocllon S. E ;
10 a. m., velocity 0, direction 8. v ;
noon, velocity. 10, dlrcqtlon, N, E,
i Rainfall during. ? hijura ended 8 a.
m., .27 Inch.
i Total, wind movement during 21
hours (indedat.noop, IDS; miles'.
t Mm JP. f .
J Ul II IIBKI !
and PONGEE for the,, coming
tinf YX7atTi(r Tf ita fl van
rv -im.. m, ,iNju
W Ahana Co.,
WH& .,. Jf'f
' No Qne "Vlourn
CONSTANTINOI'I.U, Turkey, April 27. The decree deposing tho
Sultan wna read In public by the Sllelk-ul-lslam. It recites Hint Abdul
Iamld,'n. nets have bom( cpitrnry to the.sacrcd Invy and that ho has torn
mlttcd ntim'orous crimes', tho decree constituting a 'terrible Indlclmqnt of
wie, fallen sovereign, i i . . , .
"'- " HOW THE SULTAN TOOK IT '
-The. Sultan, when' Informed of hls'deiosltlotl,slmply said; "It Is the
will of Allah."
TO PROCLAIM iNEW RULER1
A salute of lOl guns will nnnounco thd new Stiltnn, who will bo
Proclaimed as Mi;homi)ied, V.
It Is hellercd that mtiify serious -prohleniA stll) ronfrnnt llio Young
GREAT BRITAIN N0T.S0RRY
LONDON, Hnglnnd, April 27. The Sultan's delliionemcnt Is tinrc-
NEW SULTAN PROMPTLY RECOGNIZED,
i WASHINGTON, D. C, Alrll' '27.-I'rompf..rocogriltlnn will bp given
to tho, new Turulsh dovernnicnt.
Abdul Humid II. was born,3enL
Sultan Abdul Mcdjcd, npd succeeded
of ha elder brother, Sultan Murnd V
living,, an imprisoncu iiinaiic.
The lately deposed sovereign Is
of, tho, hotiso ot Othnian', the founder- ot tho eiuplro nnd 'the twenty
eighth Sultan since tho conquest ot CoiiBtnntinopln. lly the law ot suc
cession obeyed In the reigning family,
Ity by tho mule descendants ot Othmtn
The Sultan Is nurccpilfil by his eldest' son, unless, nn In, the proton t
case, there nre uncles or cousins of greater ago. f ''
Abdul llamld has ten living children and eight living biothera nnd
sisters. Ills successor Is n brother who
KI.ysilINO, L. I.. April 27.
All are married except one.
4.' A, U. Vieira U. Co. can sell -youT nnnlkln Xnn, ftnnn C.i
an. alarm, clock that carries it guaran.j
probata notice ro estate of- J, S
Bull, deceased, Is published In tllf
Get a bottle of Sagebrush and uso it
on your.Hcalp. It Is a proved remedy
for scalp trouble and will prevent bald-
"M.-Brisch of Whitney & Marsh will
Icavo for New York, London ami, Paris
on Monday, and will till any special
orders.? J ,
Tho next boat for tho Coast on whch
you can ship fruit will be the l,urlliic
Mny 1st. Havo tho Island Fruit, Com
pany attend to your orders.
P. M. Pond has a quantity (f tho
best Hawaiian alfalfa for sale, This
alfalfa Is better and 'mora nourishing
for horses and cattle than California
wheat hay. phono 390.
w. W.- Wright & Co.,'I.td., build and,
repair auto tops, tonneaii seats, wuuu-
cu wnccis, ana 110 uiiuoiiisicriiig.worK
on the hoata.and1 general repairing.
King street, near South.
Centennial's Best Kloiir mak.ea tho
best bread', cakes and pastry. It Is
'tlio favorite family flour; all cooks'
profer It to others. Order front Honry
May & Co., Ltd., phone 22,
Prlmo Boer, tho fdvorlte Honolulu
beverage, Is a tempcranco drink. Not
a prohibition drink, but a temperance
urmK. It contnlns only 2H per cent
alcohol. Try a glass with meals.
1 Tho Very- general popularity of tho
Regal Shoo has been attained through
tho policy of glvlng'tho best quality of
stylo, mako. and material, nt, a reason
able price, Bcgala,nro 13.50 nn; ll", '
t Vhn tti'nn n unttnhtrrti n.a.ilsHK ...III
.w ....... u. .. uiuoi, w,i m nuiai will
ne,vcr rcalyf get- aljcad U'l, ho, or she
forms tlio saving habit. 'It's easy to do
It'wlth our.handyihoma. savings banks.
Call and GQt. one. Tho Bank of Ha
waii, Ltd. '
(Continued from. Pace U
Tho neWFeeriludpe,' who has
been a frlond of the. Governor for
years, (a far from unknown to Horjo
lulii peo!' aI Yaiihp wash rnbni
bcr of tho 'varsify crew' arid' the 'var
sity Wejbndi ' nlftfl v(ltf, former Qov
ornpr' Ccorgo R.' Carter.
Wvhcnpdj)vcrnpr rcar was sqund-J
eu on tne question 0 wooarun s ap
,Patraf!nt, ia r'e,?ppniljd, that thoro
was a" strong feeling here in' favor, qt
a local marij. On ttjo other hand, ha
said thnjt, rnajy promlept 'men of
affairs, whom he Bounded upon tho
subject, favored the,' appointment.
"Patronage, ha4; tpijilftg 'to dq
.vylth thls'ap'polntinpnt,"'said the.apv-
crnor In con'clUjSjqn, Both Perry line) J
iiitney yejfj rectjrrjntenueu uy uov-ernor'Wi-nr'foronice.
ernor Krenr'for offtcp,
Copper Mines Bold.- Now York, Apr
il. Tho Bonanza mines', said to be
ono of tho richest copper deposits
knpyvn, pasj)p,(l tqday to 'tho" Alaska
svnuicate, ' cornposeu u tne ,uuggen
helm Interests 'and J. P. Morgan & Co,
It, U sajd, Hw-t th,o price pafd was noart
ly J3,ioq,qoi)' less than that at which
they wefo' iieTd boforo the! recent do.
prosslon In thu copper trade.
W fLLETN AD PAY
' : '. 1-' 1
22. 1842. He Is the second son of
to the thronb on the depojltlon
Aug. 31, 187C. Miirad Is still
tho thirty-fourth In male descent
tho crown Is Inherited by Hcnlnr-
sprung from tho 'Imperial harem.
was born in 1844..
Thp llalns Jury has bppn completed.
' vl I Im-IC uCUU UUllo- uj
l.llHio, April, 24. A cohl-hl(H)(lo(l at-
tomtit nt murder tuok ulaco at Knnala,
Just, below tiu; Cuthpllp church, last
aiiiiiay lorenpon. jqai'jusy was tlio
lup'llyi;, a Japanese ilcu-plantqr, I'ujl
nnga, sqs)iicUn'g that his "wlfo, Toml,
was not fi)f)fi to h'lm, which worked
him lutq such a stato that' iio tried to
Wqllo thp wife was nslc,oti, about II
o'clock In tho morning, thu husband
htolo Into hor room, tinned will) one
of tlio big triangular-shaped knlvoit
with whlqlt tho JapnncKO do their
kitchen wqrk a sort of a cleaer, with
which they cut, up tho moat and vego-
tahles. Will) this ho struck luvr, and
cut a depp gash In her neck. Being
awakened lu tills fearful inanupr, tho
tried to save ncrscii uy grniiiung. tlio
knlfp with her hands, which were, In,
turn, Buveruly cut.
Thcro Imppcned to bo a man In. tlie
room next ilpnr, whq heard thp squf.
fling and tlio groaning of tho woman.
hnd Immediately rushed In, breaking
open tho door, which had bton.luckei
bp the man. Tho latter, finding, 4Ija,t
hu was caught', attempted to copiiqit
Kiilcldo. by, cutting 1ib own, throat,
which bled vury profusely.
Dr. Putman was Immediately, notified-of,
tho situation, and ho hastened
over, arriving thoro Just In tlmo to got
tho wounds of, bojh tlio parllua biiuni
tip' Ircforo It was' too iate. Ho, l)ien
had them taken to tho hospital, where
.they vorp pntpyrly carpi fjir,, uii thp
inuicaticjns, now, uro b3h wlir recover.
, HAPlfOD TIML
Chief I.cal mado n trip to, Willpahu
yesterday nrtoruoon In rpsKinsq to a
telophone mcusago which reacheil him
regarding sonio roof-lron which was
supposed to havo been stolen from (ho
.Army peoplo nt I.ellehua. It pppenvH
that yofatculay morning tliero nrrlvod
sixty t-hevla tit corrugated, roof Iron
from I.ellehua. Two troopers aio al
leged to havo Hold tho lron tn tv Jap
anesofor t)o Bum of $4G, nnd fieii tu
havo taken-'roonis at the local -Japan-ceo
hotel niul proceeded to l(tivo'a real
Tho troopers told Ixal that the Iron
had belonged to a man named Tripper,
a barber at Lollplmn, who had boitglit
tho stuff to build a houso for his wlfo,
but that lady liad departed for 4I10
coast, and so thero vu no further use
for tho" lion. Tho accused men nlloge
that Tripper turned tho Iron ottir In
then) for' sale, nn.l Ibey shlppea It to
Walpihit lu Tripper's name. Chief
I.cal telephoned Lieutenant Qulnluu nt
I-ellchua cavalry post, and g.it n reply
to the effect that tho two men were
to bo returned tq the camp 01. tli.
ovimlng tralp, and that an Investiga
tion woud bp hold tliero as rogaidii
tho chmgo, Tho general Idea u that
tho Iron, belongs to tho Army people.
IH FOREIGN PORT8
Wednesday, April 28.
SAI.iNA CRUX-Arrlved April 21
H. H. Vlrgtnlan, from llllo, Ainll 10-
SAI.INA CUUZ Sailed April 2C:
S, 8. Toxau, for San F.tmclr.ro.
PORT (1AMI1I,K Anl.cd April 20:
Schr, (Sainblo. from lllln.
3AN l'RANCISCO Arrlvml pill 23.
H. S. llllonlun, henco April, HO.
KAIH!I.U1-Salled April 27-
S. S. l.urllno, fpr Hll'o
Tuesday, April 27.
TACOMA Sailed, April 2fi.
Schr. It. It. Hind, for Honolulu
HAPPY WITH Ml,
SAYS WHITE WIFE
:.' ,' ,Tf' ' :
IU-Mntc:l Pair Pas's Easter Sunday
in Company With Orientals.
Aftermath of Famous
$. . Weddinif
SKATTUVw'nHli., April 11. Mrs.
OiinJIro Aold, wh(((vi? Helen Kmery,
Is planning tn move Into n rotlago at
Dunlnp, a Seattle suburb, nnd na
soon as tho furnltnio man dellveia
his goods at tip Aokl itittngo tho Ill
mated pair will Kturt houscVcplgn
thoro. Tho two luno retnined from
their honeymoon 'nnd hate. been slay
lug nt n lodglng-houro In. thu Orluiit
Tho rouplo apent Kaster Sunday
ncrosH l.uho Wanhlncton nt HoIIpviiu
It) rnmpaiiy with twj other Amcil-(nii-.lapaiU'i'o
couples. Mrs. Aokl did
not want tn bo- Inlorvlewrd.
"What Is tliero loft Hint thn papera
have not already hnd?" bIio nskrd.
"What moro rim they miyT What In
expected of mo? 1
"Of courao I nin happy. Mr. Aokl
Is good tn 1110; heller, I dare say,
thnn many while men are tn their
wlvc3, and I inn euro that wo wlll'got
along all right If the public will lot
Aoki Has New Job v
"Mr. Aokl la quite rnpaliln of tak
ing good enro ot me, nnd with hit
now position I think wo will both lie
moro contended, nnd I am sure that
It will bo a long while before either
of us has to nsk for help frnni any
ono. Nn one has shunned mo" (but
I can boo. Of rourso you know wo
have been hero but 11 hhort tlmo, nnd
I haven't hadlto chnncq to ninku
many acquaintances. In fact, I nm
not scoklng acquaintances Just nt
present, and nil wo have been think
ing about I.i getting settled in our
At tho place where Mrs. Aokl was
visiting today tho Btirrnundlnga nro
picturesquely Oriental. Ono or two
llttln bungalows uro porehed' upon
tho hanks overlooking the lake, and
thu Interior Is piii-clyOapaneie. A
haltrdozcn Jnpancso were there, nnd
although seemingly paying but llttlo
nttqntlon to them, and tholr chqttoi',
it was apparent that Mrs. Aoki was
disturbed, and fruiq glances made lu
her. direction it was apparent that
sl(o waa tho subject of their conver
sation. Attracted Much Attention
Aokl will booh go iutq huslnesu
hero na assistant malinger of an, Ori
ental, trading company. Tho couple
havo not been seen on the streets of
late, but thoy attracted moro atten
tion t Rainier beach whllo they
wero house-hunting than nt nny
tliyip Blqco their spcclnculnr arrival
In tho city. Housewives ot tho Seat
tle suburb talked of tho probability
of, Aqkl nnd his briilo securing n
house and across back fences thla
ono Btibject kept the Inhabitants
with plenty to ilUcusa.
"1 don't think Mr. nnd Mrs. Aokl
will bo Invited tn many social func
tions hero this summer,"' declared
ono woman who resents the Invasion
of tho brown man and his bildo.
But Aokl has bought tho propcily.
That Is, he has rcimo aa near tn buy
ing as the lawa of the Stato will por
mlt. A friend of his In Tncoma bus
put up tho monoy for It, nnd hoda n
deed. Aokl paid hla friend back and
received boiiio soil of 11 deed, Tho
property conslstx of several lots nnd
u two-story houso of substantial con
struction. Thero la u largo barn and
the property fenced' will uinkon fali-
slzed chicken runch,
Promoted Fake Fights. Dcs Moines,
In., April 14. J. C. Muybray, alleged lu
bo thq leader of tho-bang of nieii In
dieted by tho Kcilcra (Irantl Jury tor
using the mails tn defraud In promot
ing alleged fako prlzo fights, wrpstllng
matches and horsp races, waa hronjsll
tn Dea Moines from Arkansas today.
Being unablo to furnish $100,000 bond.
ho waa placed In Jail.
i mi m
CBS- DULL ET INADSPAy gB3
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.o
-motor, no, complete.
HE OHABLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin. St oppri4 SQu,tii St,
Tuesday April 27. 1309.
Stmr, Nllhan, Onesa, from Hawaii, 2
Wednesday, April 28.
Stmr. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, from
Kauai, 2:31 a. m.
rilnir. Ko All Hon, I'odorson, from
Analiola, S a. 111,
I Tuesday, April 27.
Stmr. Klnnu, Gregory, for Kauai,
.1:10 p. m.
Hlinr. Mlkahala, Pcrienoii, for Mop)
ital, G:ir. 1 1. nt, '
Schr. Concord, Mlt., for lnyii.in I'.-.
anl, B: IS p. m.
S. S. Alcsla, from tho Orient.
O. S. 8. Alameda, Dowdell, from Sm
,'VanclHco, n, m.
J 1 : .J,
PA3SENOER3 ARRIVED '
' Per O. d. S. Alameda, for San l-'ran-cltcti,
.Voyp. Drll. C.,U Perkins,
wlfp nnd two children' MrK! A. I.. Lul
led, MlH. P. (lloaROII.'lMlMM O. l'Oll,(-.
JlYs. V. Sackwllz. Mm. C'iptiilii .1. Par
ker nnd threo children, Mm. II. .Iiilni
Mm nnd threo children, Mlr.s Allen.
Mra. Taylor, .Mrs. It. Howllt nnd
laughter. Win. Scl'Iober, (). P. PnurK
Mr. Anthony, Mm. Mouonugli, Jan.
liny anil wlfo, .Ins. Schwartz, wlfo and
two children; Mr. M. I.olilsson, Mm.
J. C. Spilth nnd ilaitRhtcr, Mr. mil
.Mm. Ilord, Miss llnrd, K, Scliultz. Paul
npi.r, Mr. nnd Mrs. D.Uhi-y, Mr. nnd
Mtv. Rllp.itrtek, Mlsii J. Johnson. It.
llnnlK. wlfo and Infant. J. I,. Senior. II.
O. Willinmx, Judgo nnil Mm, Ballon.
Mm.- A. I,. l'VoderlckBon, Mrn. 1.. C.
CifBldy. Jlrn. V. S. Porter, Jlrn. Now
hall, Mrs. Mcdowen and daughter, ',iv.
Hunt. O. A. llriniH. K.' J. Caroy, A. I,,
i'linnoot, P. R. (Iteonwoll, II. P. Kayo.
TIiuk. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. llnaa, Mr.
and Mm. O. U. Korgiison, V. (I. Sachs
mil wlfo. .1. Ab.idle. K. II. Illlchrorlc
Hid wlfo, M. Ivan Dow, II. II. Dow,
Mrs. liahhldgo, Mra. A. O. Slahlo. Jan.
ricott, Miss IteovxM, Mlsa Lindsay.
SIib. L. Nnomiii, ,1, L. Sturgla, Mr. mid
Mrs. U J.- Kelly. Mr. nml m. Mi.
Kendrco, 0. (luesscfolt. Miss Srcin
muser, W. '. Krvlng. WS. Vr,tu -
..ir. nmi .Mra. A. 13. Wlllshtru, 11. (!.
Ilddk'dilcli, M. A. Sllva. Mr. and Mm.
M. Brascli, R. .II. Trout, Mrs. J. W.
ttohroii nnd dnughtorMr. and Mrs.
II. Jacob. W. A. Ilalloy.',
Por stmr. W. 0. Hall. Tiimmnhi,
fnun Kauai, April 2S. Rev. Nakulna,
Rov. Sciidder. Itov. O. II. (liillck, Itev.
Olcuon, Mr. Brniult, P. N. Bnnth, J. .
Wonley. Hans IscnbcrK. M. Oiakl mm
I PA6SENOER3 DEPARTED
Pnr O.-A s H Mti'tm-, f.. i,i. ......
... , u ...,., ,,,, vit-iuria
and Vancouver, April 27. Mr. mid
Mrs. A. A. Mooro, Mr. nnd Mia. Arml
Uond, Mlstscn Arnilstoad (2), A. Monro,
Mrsj John Kinngor and ramlly,- Mri,
Slalr- and child, J. D. Oalnes. William
vvocii, u. w. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
Halstend, Mr. and Mrs. tawrenre
Mlsiig Austin (2), Dr. IlnrncM. i:,l!
Welliourn, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. tl. Cooper,
Mia. Hart and child, C. Miulrcn, IL
Per Btmr. Klnau. for Kauai. Jniv ;t
5 l. m. Judgo s. 11. Doio nnd wlfo,'
.urn. li, 1'. i,ow.
Per atnir. Mlkahala, for Moluknl
April 27, C p. in. Mrs. A. II. B. Jii,1,.
Per Btmr. Mniuia Lo.i. siNi,.rK,, r
Maul nnd Hawaii, April -30, 12 lit.
Chang Kim, (leu. Mlllla, M. A. (Inn
Balvoa, H. H. Hanik:ibl. wirn ,ni !
rhlldien, B. Buriilugham, II. L, Hiil-
Biein, u. w, AKhfnnl, J. T. Kckanlf,
Miss Si, Cummins, flco. Pmmini. mi,.:,'
M. Paunlnl, II. L. Knwoweht nnd wlfo.
g WATERFRONT NOTES f
' THH MARAMA. Cnntnln Mnn-M.v'
departed last night nt 12 o'clock. Sho
took from hero twcnty.Kovcn passcn
gers, who will nccunv thn nnn r
sonio 6( thq oinccra, who vnluntci- M
In glvo up their rooms for (ho lirn.ni.
Pf.lho HnnoluluaiiH. Tlio purser or lb
steamer gavo hla room to Mr. ,ind MrH
Hnlstoad of tills city.
PIJRSKR CIIANISY nr i, u.
Hall, which camu In from Knimi 11,1,.
niovnlng. icports (h0 following Biiijir
i Kaunl, rrm'y for Fhlpmciit: (W).
2000; K, H CS87: A. O. 11.. 100; Mak-.
i.a,ij;i; aicii., 3D.373; K. p., U'011); p
3I.IB1: H. M.. 21.732: (1 I," 1KB'., i.- u"
iCo., 2500; M, 8. Co., S2,u00. '
THU KICHITIIOUSU lnn.1,,r I.-..I-..I
Captain Jolwon. wblplt ennveyod tin.
Fulrhanis pirty'tq-Kaual. did not re
tui n this morning, 'us waa orlglnallv
plnnnqil. It Is oxpcelod, hnwpvor, that,
tho will nrrlvo tills afternnor).
THU BTKAMKR W. O. Hall ,r.W
Ms i morplng f,,n Kami, ' bringing
JiiBO bogs nisar. sns mim. i ,....
1 lot bcrap Iron,
THU NOK.Mi, in-riving from Am
"da, Kauai, this morning, hrouglit 1
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