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Oetan c -F irat Degree
Hawaiian- Flrtt Degree
Honolulu ChipUr Royal Arcl
Honolulu Commandtry Reej
All visiting members of the
Ordui nr cordially Invited to
attend uicstltiKS of loc-il lodges
HARMONY LOiMfc, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moots cveij .Niouday evening M
7:30 lu 1 O 0 I- Hall, Tort Street
U H HKNUJIV, Secretary
T D ICKE, N. a.
All YlilU-iK brutueis very tordlally
OAHU L0COE. No. 1, K. of P.
Mcete every flrtt ami third Fri
day evening nt 7.30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner 1 ort nml Ueretanla. Vtsltlug
Brothers cordlu.ly Invited to attend
I'. II NL015NT, C. C.
It (10SLINU. 1C. H. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CI 6, II I'. O.
Elks, meets In their linll, o'l Klug
It.', near loit, every Tilda) even
ng. "lilting Premiers nro cordially
United to ut if iid
15. A UOl'THITT, K It.
II C 15STON. Sec').
Vv'c M KINLEY LODGE No.8, Kofi
Moats every 2nd ana 1th Saturda)
renlng at 7 30 o clock In K. of I'
Uall, cor. Kort nut' Ueretanla Visit-
it; brothers tordlally Invited to at-
r. m. Mccunw, c o.
n. A. JACOllSnN, K. R. s.
I0H0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. ifall, corner
Derctanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Caglea are Invited to st
and. W. M Me COY W, I'rest.
II. T. MOOP.E. Becy.
lAWAIIAII THIBENo. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
lys of eicb month at Knights of
ythlas Hull Visiting brothers cor
iially Invited to uttend.
OKO SWUnilSON, Sachem.
R V TODD C of R
Wc are in line with tho
best assortment of
In the market All makes, r
Perfumed and Plain. J
Just ask for the kind you
Lchnhnrdt's Candies always k
King and Fort Sts.
MPS. ROSENBERG YOUNG HOTEL
Pao Ka liana
' ' THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's,
GEARY -STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PUN $1 50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down town hold. Steal and
brick stnictufs Furnished it a coil ol
$150,000. Fieri comfort and conienl
ence. On car lines Iranslairlng to all
pails of cilj. Omnibus miett all trains
and sleamets. ,. .
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
rpHE OBJECT of
every man is to
keep down his liv
ing expenses with
out destroying the
harmony of living.
Gas is a factor in
at the same time
improving the kit
Let us install Gas
in your house.
Gas Co., Ltd.,
Young Building, Honolulu.
Wear and Tear, as well as
appearances, should be con
sidered in buying hardware.
Our Easy Spring locks and
handsome trimmings are se
lected by careful people.
They invariably give satis
faction. Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phone 775,
They save the Bills. Sold by
Union Eleotrio Co.,
Fort and Beretama Streets.
Brown & Lyon Go.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Shirts. Collars and Cuffs well done
i f titnf nnnhlA nrirvAa flTTMA
b ibtiavnuuiVf ij4wv wiw
J, Abadie, Prop.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The B u 1 1 e t i n is selling a school
scratch-pad of 200 sheets for 6 cents;
six for a quarter
Ten good auto hacks, rhone 6
Al. Thurlnw of tho lloyal Anno
servos tho finest meals In town
John H Ilergntroui, piano tuner
tnd repairer Address 1'. O. box 40.
A Kulght Templar charm lias been
lost l 11 Kinmous See Lost
Thoro wns von little doing nt the
Police Court thin morning mil) a few
cases being on tin1 calendar
Tako your carriage or automobile
tc Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., foi
Property and income taxei will be
come delinquent at 12 noon, Saturday,
May 15th, 1909.
Mao who vaa tinder tho Influence of
hop Juice eterda failed to appear
In court this morning and his ball was
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing 50 cents at B u 1
I e t i n office
Dr llobd who has been appointed
to tnko charge of tho quarantine work
al Honolulu called hoii the Governor
this morning to pa his respects.
(leorgo l raw ford and Ulll llalloy are
under nnest at the Poller Station on a
charge of assaulting an old Chinese on
Queen street Inst Wednesday night.
fiiotgn Kauhl, who Is alleged to have
gtnli u a pair of (hoes from n repair
lnip on llethel street was remanded
to tho Juvenile Court lip being under
the age of eighteen
Tho case ngjlnai nine Japanese who
were arrested under the vng art, and
who have been remanded from tlmo to
time, was stricken from the calendar
this morning at the Police Court.
Antonio Iteycs, who yesterday plead
cd guilt) to the charge of having com
mitted a vicious criminal assault In a
little girl only 12 jears .old, was this
morning sentenced by Judgo Do Holt
to ten years In tho penitentiary and
to pa a tine of ono dollar.
Solomon Knuhane and others have
brought suit against William I.an and
others to eject them from two pieces
of land nt I'.v.n which thn plaintiffs
claim Is unlawfully held by the defend
ants Tho plaintiffs also asks to bo al
lowed damages In the sum of (300
Frank C Clatk writes from New
York, under date of April Mill rtntlng
that man of his pirTtif pe" the
S S. Arabic, due at this part J.m ar
23 1910, nro nlreail) in .kliu iirringe
ments to lay-over In Honolulu, siylng
further the cruise has taken so well
with tho traveling public that bo lias I
chartered tho Arabic for a repetition
of the trips In 1910 and 1911 nnd hopes
to be nble to mako them annual affairs
COFER IN POSITION
Governor Krear expresses himself
as greatly pleased at the appointment
of Ur Coer as Assistant Surgeon Gen
eral of tho Marino Hospital Service In
this ixisltlon, tho Governor says, Dr.
Cofcr will havo charge of nil quaran
tine matters relating to Hawaii, nnd
as ho has lived here and is familiar
with conditions, nnd as he has a great
aloha for thu Terrltor), Hawaii may
expect to be well treated by him In
his handling of matters connected with
COUNTY FATHERS HAVE
There was little of excitement to oc
cupy tho attention of tho Supervisors
at their meeting last night, A letter
from Mrs. Dow sett, saying that, un
less tho Hoard saw Its way clear to
contribute $300 a month to the Kaplo
lanl Maternity Home, It would bo nec
essary to closo tho free ward nt that
Instutlon, was read
Iload Supervisor Wilson was called
to account for overdrawing his April
account to tho oxtcnt of $1173 23. Thu
Road Commltteo recommended that tho
shortage be made up nut of tho May
appropriation, but announced that no
more over-drawing would be tolerated.
Later it was explained that tho money
was used for tho purchase of tools
Tho United States Army transport
Sheridan, bringing a company of engi
neers for this city, and the Seventh In
fantry, to bo Btatloned In the I'hlllit
pines, arrived off port this afternoon
at 2 o'clock. At 2:30 o'clock this af
ternoon, Governor rtear, accompanied
by his staff, will review tho regiment,
which Is commanded by Colonel Corn
man Major Dunning of Kort Shatter
called on Governor Prear this uftei.
CASTOR I A
For Iafants and Children.
flB Kind Yell HaVB AlWaVS
thorlii-il n national .
revenue of $2,000, 0(1"
PAHI9, ance, M
Is still falrl) normal
crs. Ilio MlntsterR ni
tntors wilt crush the n
TORPEDO BOAT EXPLOSION.
NOIll'OI.K, Vn ,M 12 An explosion eieri d In tint fiiplnerooni
of the torpedo boat Cut' "llsli, which was lying nun the dry dork heie
yestcrdn) l.lve wire- iKiilteil powder
TWENT NINE KILLED I NEXPL0SI0M
AI.HANY. N Y
n 12 Twent) nine per-uns
qtinrry here jesterdai
A furnished cottage
Walklkl In for rent
A gentle driving lim
its keep for two or thn
of care assured See u I
ilie IiimcIi at
i w an'ed for
i Ik framed
If )ou have picture i
take them to Uurrcj ami be sure
that they will bp fram 1 artistic all
and nt reasonable prln -
I5vcr) house eqtiln I with eleetrlc
lty should have H)lo hunpH Instilled
They cave tho bills wimdi rfull) Sold
by tho Union Hlcctrle e Ueretanla
street, near Kort
When you go tramping or camping
get a Thermos Hottli t ktcp our ,
drinks Ice cold for 7J hours II I
Wlcliinnii & Co. have Hum The) will
keep coffee hot for 21 limirs
Your pictures will U from 25 to no
percent better If )ou h im an Atnst'g ,
matlc I.ens fitted to itiiu eamera or
Kodak Call nnd let u explain Its ml
vantages to )ou. Honolulu Photo Sup
More than a mill! in stout women i
know that tho Nemo Self Hediiclng 1
the onl) corset that ulll reduce the
abdomen with terfeet comfort mil
h) glenlc snfety. Sold by N S S u hi
Dry Goods Co , Mil.
Tho dressy people of Honolulu will
be glnd to hear that tin iip-teMlato hair
dresser and Marcel-waver Mr Km rich
I.ux, has located here ttlth n full lluo
of tho latest style hair goods, curls
puffs. Psyche knots, etc tiring In
your combings and lute them made
up In any style He Is locuti d at Mrs
Pool's Halrdresslng p triors, Young
hotel Offlco C Phone 3;u
(Continued from Pane li
prior notice, without giving inu an hour
to prepare to save the cane that was
being cut in the fields mid the Juice
that was In the mill, and without llrst
presenting )our requests or grievances
to me; nnd I regret further that uftei
you had struck work yourselves, you
or porno of yon thought It necessary
or proper to Intimidate laborers of
other nationalities hero at work under
my charge Do you think this Is ilglif
I am sure you do not, ami I do not be
llcve If left to )oursulves you would
havo taken any such course
As mutters now stand. 1 certainly
dcclino to discuss with you tho ilo-
talls of your letter qr the merits of
your demands, and I request you, as
your employer and ono who has dealt
fairly and properly with you lu the
past, to withdraw from tho HImi step
you have taken and return to yoin
work, dismissing from your eonsldei
atlon nil outsiders and oiitblde In 11 n
cnccB that may urgu you to u e outran
course, and then, if nftcr you lime
returned to your work you urn Mill
persuaded Hint you havo grluvniicex
that should bo righted, these can bu
presented, bo as not to Interfere with
jour work nnd In tho manner hereto
fore customary when you have had
anything to say to me.
Tho striken s at Honolulu Plantation
and Wiilpihu held meetings last night
to eonsldei the letter of Manager Itoss,
which was received about 9 o'clock
Tho talkfest lasted until lato Into the
Tho whole situation Is now up to tho
strikers. If they do not go to woik oi,
Honolulu Plantation by tomonou in
next day men ulll bo employed In town
to do tho work, being paid $1.25 per
day to keep the plantation going.
Tho Chinese on the plantation are
ready to go to work but are being lu
tlmlelnlcd IIkv will ho given the op
portunlty to go to work nt $125 per
day as stilko breakers and If I hey are
afraid of attacks by tho sti liters tho
plantation management will tako them
Come and have a handsome suit
made up in correct style at
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 King St. Phone 521.
n 12 The House of KepresentnllviM Im- n
i whlrli It Is expected will bring an iiiuiinil
m i ,! , m
12 The mult fervl e throughout the country
Cabinet has stimlunillv illsmlsseil 228 strife
Kinlldent Hut the riimmil eif the principal agl
ement whlih hns not vil biioinei giimrnl
vmi I l"l lu a
NEW YORK, May 13. The Unit
ed States Grand Jury lot the South
ern Distnct of New York has just
found an indictment against Robctt
McMullen Master of the dtedgc
Ononaaga, belonging to the Newark
Meadows Improvement Company for
breaking on January 22 two cables
belonging to the Hew i.nc,unu id
ccraph Company, a part of the Com-
mercial Cable Postal Telegraph sje-
Um tllKC tMc running Ulldtr the
North river iiom No wYoik City to
The indictment is for violation of
the United States Statutes which
w.r. rnnrte.l for the niotoction of
cables It sejms that the dredge was
at wor5 jn tlle ori)x nver m coll.
ncction with the McAdoo tunnel
which r.tns from Jersey iCty to .
Cortland street, New York. It is
stated that the cable contained fifty-
five wires and that it required two
days to r;uair them, and in the
meantime tin tclcarauli business
over the wires was entirely inter
rupted. In cRse of conviction the
penalty rrav be two years' imprison
ment an- $5,000 fine.
This is the first indictment ever
found against a master or owner of
a vessel for damagine a telegrauh
cable. It is of great imtnrtauce to
masters and owners as well ts tele-
era nil and nblecomnanies.
crarjh and cable companies
In town ut night by train mid out to
work ngiln lu the nioinlug
This Is the strike buiikliu progiam
On O ih i plantation the nun ige me ut
has not ut frnliii d its letter In lepl
to the complaint of the workmen
llieio is not the slightest prinpei'l
hovvevei thn tlle limn moment will at
tide to the demands in deal with thv
nun In ant way ti it f I they go to ttmk
When the li .itesllni: is going foitv ml
and vtoik pmiteils the questions til Is
sue ulll be dlseiisbtil
Chinese At Work.
Mnnigei Hi.ss uf Honolulu Plain i
tlnu ie oiled at the noon Iiom Hut
many of the I hint be workmen of tin
plantation h id gone to work tod ly and
they would all be ut wink tomoiiot
ITp to that tlnu he b id heard nothing
from tlie eoiiiiiiliteo of l.tboiers to
whom his lull i of lust evening was
addre'iiH d He bid been Infix mod thn
Mime memhiiK of the eouuuitteo went
this morning p, Wnlpihn to loulin
with the Htilken lit ie
Boycott Dy Agitators.
Tho roiumerclil situation mining tin
Japanese) meiihaniH Is getting leilout
since tho .lap hum luboieiH at Alea
nnd Wnlpurtu went on stilko
The stllkeis. It Is mitlu ntle ally li
ported, lute ml to boteolt the .lupiui'ho
inereh Hits vtlio ulll .Inline to c on
ti Unite Intend the strike fund" lu
this connection tint bold that since
they tnvo been pitioulilng the mil
chant i t'l y v eie iniltlcd at lenM In
some e 11, Id i ulmi 'I ho le.uleis nl
tho Milkens thioii'.h iheli eoimultln
mo reel Mil; s.i iierlptlolis fioin the
Kyniputhleis, wliii mines aro kepi
lu a book
Japanese Merchants' Association.
It Is geiiiinlly lepoiiid (hat the lap
aiieso MueliuntK' Abboei.itlon will hull
a meeting tod it to illmiss tho Ht t Ik.
situation 1) iJlieklli ,i Ihe piesl.l. in
when Men this morning was none mi
niuultiitlti' He snld tint ho vtiui not
fully iiwiiu of tin, sltuillon of the
stilh-e anil iutliiuiliMl lh.it the still;
wuj not a good thing fin oveiyboily
Christian Ministers Lead.
Acenidlng to ono nulhuiitv lb
Milko at Alen was piouipttd lit nil
of Hie Mlnlsltis of the Gospel II
'did thin mi in ding to the Info m 11
In in. lei to win ilu tonlli'eiico of iln
Jnpineso liboiers to Hint when tli
pioper lime leinies, lm could Indue
them to biioine nioniheis of In
ehuieli 'I h Juptiuibci Ilu.l.lhlsl nilu
Inters uio hlthlj icspetted by the Jap
M Hill m ilBQiUlt&iin KB
sisssuMsiiisi mm n i7 T11T i i f WTTMKW V YiMTTT HI
fMsWflsijSSJssr!X---J'- .i.Tl-.. f ljJ 'j- im-i y-assSn H
IN FOHEIGN PORTO
IN I OIli.lllN I'llllV
Wednesday. May 12.
(IRA S HMtnOtl- Hal'f I Ma) 11
Sehr Mitlu NfilFttli 'or llllii
8I5ATTI i:-AtTlve,l Iuv 12-
H R 1tnn, from San Fratielsct"
MAI INA t'KUZ- Sailed Mn IJ
11 i' Virginian for San Pram Im
Tuesday, fvi.iy It.
UAN PIIA.NCIKCO-Sallefl Mny 9
8 8 'Iccim, for Seattle
SN I'HANCISOO Anlvod Mnv 11
M S Alatueiln ( I p m ) lii-nee M iv
Monday, May 10.
SAN PIIANCISCO Ariltwl Mny fi
Si hr Jim. Holpli, riiun liana Apill II
SAN I I1A.NCIHCO AnlVfd Mil) H
llkitie llavviiii, fniiu .Malinkiiii t
Mn 11 Jl
SAN I ItANCISCO Arrived Mnv !l
II S l.urlllie, noun, lieiui. Mny 1
SAN I ItANCISCO -Arrived Jin) 10
S H Koifi, hence Ma) 4
1AI iV CltUZ Anlveil Mil) 7:
S K Mexle in rriim Hllo April 23
UAVIOTA Sailed May U
Sii M i: ChllLutt Im Hiinolulii
-iAN 1 UANCIBCO Sailed Mny 1)
111; Minli liilinsoii fm llllii
IIII.O Sillied Mny I,
I S S MImiiiiiI in Hm SillniUiiir
iM MII'KONA Arilvnl Mny 2:
Sell I II llriice friim San 1'inn
I ill o
! IIII.O Siili I Mil) I
Hk II P Itllliei for Rati Pi alii I r'.
Saturday, May 0.
SN PUV.NCISCO- Airlvoil Mny 7
Hi hi las Hulpli fiiilll Hull l pi PI
SAN I HANCP5CO Arrlvf I Mny S
IlliliH Haw ill f iii.ii M.ilinkuii i
Hll.USnilid Mnv IP
S S lliiniiii I.iii fur Snllm Cm
MAHUKON Airived Mny 2
Sehi I II Hi lid', from Sm I r.ui
Trlday, May 7, lifO
POitT lOWNhKNH- Al lived M.i) n
.ihi Allpi. Pittiki, In lint, Amll ill
I ... - ..,
N PIIANCISCO Anlvi( Ma) 7
likine t nun uio, hi nee ,'prll
111. I ie S (1 Wild. 'I, lieui-e Apill I!
Tluirtday May C. 10C9.
SN PIIANCISCO hilled May r,
I S A T Sherld in 5 p m . for
.3N PUANCISCO-Arrlted Muv f.
Ilk St Kiithcrlne. hence Apill 1 !
IHtAYS IIAHHOIt Anlvid May .'.
Sehl P M SI uh, heiieo Apill 22
MON'IHHCY Sailed May I.
S S Hi se-i.ms. foi Honolulu
Wednesday, May 5.
VICTOltIA- At lived May I
S S Muiiinia, hi nee Apill 2S
MANILA Arrived May 2:
U S A T 'Illinois lieneu Apill II
YOKOHAMA Silleil May r,-
S S. Nlpicm Murlu for II inoliilu
SAN PIIANCISCO Silled May S
S S Illli.nl in. 1 p in roi Himu'iiilii
S S Mongolia 2 p in , foi Honolulu
Monday, May 3.
YOKOHAMA Anlve. I .May 2
S S Chlyo Main, luiiiee April 22
SAN Pit .CISU) Arrived M.iv I
S S Tint n .Mam, p a in, Ik hi
POUT Al.l.HN. Km ll-Sailed Mny 1
S S Mlffciuil Ian, foi K it li ell n 1
HONOIIT Sailed Mny 1
Still lie fenilei, fo. San Piaiiclrai
Saturday, May 1.
SAN PIIANCISCO Sailed Mnv 1
S S Puteipilhc fm Hllo
TACO.MV Snlleil M-iy 1
Scln Ililboi, for Honolulu
! : ! : ; -t- ! : : ; : -,.
Ulll be people III enilse llliy lllllllil ll
Hull liiisluesb lellgioiihlt II appeiiH
fioin Hn al ll Unit Hit ie Is slim p e no
pelllinu nr ll'lgllllls fnllottlM.
'1 In I ipaui'Ho stilkeis me walling
to In ii fiom tho plniileis us to the Ir
light In nilu tin lu pi mt itlmi iimps
They epict to leslst whin fonlbly
iideieil out but Ihuie Is no linlleittlou
of llileiit to get the in out eeept by tin
nun il It k.i I iin nun
No Etva Strike.
Pie. I Mnkliio npoitiil this fori noon
Hi it Hie i .me e ntle is at Htt.i li id gone
out on hlillci but Hie .l illtiil loll people
full to enullim tho statement
Contractors Are Restive.
The Inpauos'i. coutiaetoiH at Hoiio
lulu 1I mt it lull mo hi i (lining veit
lesllt. imdei the ennllniiallnn of Ihe
strike 'I hot tteue ill iking good nmtii v
hut tin h i etui us dt pi n. I cm I be pi ipi i
i nil 1 1 .tl ion id the time While Ihu
siilki Is mi tbeli ratio is di Intimating
mid Huy mo losing money nil fo on
oilu i mi pose than to satisfy tin Ho
uiilulii akllalniH 'I lie ho men will h
tin In it list loseih cm all pi lut.itloiui
Porto Rlcans Stand By,
I'm in Ilk ans on Honolulu PI ml iilon
lie doing splendid woik dining (he
still e When Hie Japanese Hist twin
uil a lommliti'o Is Hitld to li ive called
at fin I'uil.i It c mi i amp to gi I Ihesi
im n to slill.i ilsn but thet e.iul.ln t
' ' It thin way 'Iheu tin lapine
di piitiilliiu begin to thiealeu Oiil
in in Usui Hie wend ' kill ' vvliiii'iipnn u
Poilo I lit in tiillnii I. knife, mid audi K.
was n nit 'I ho depiitution of stllkeis
I piMnl ami Ii.im nut ,LU, Bom since
'Iln I'm lo Hie ins mo ut vtoirt ami
have not In en molisti 1
Sea Wrens, $100
, 18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
i Motor. $175. Comnlete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin$ St. opp"V South St,
I yvi i iii so it via' i
Mhi Aeln Iniin Kiiiihiu ports .', 4'i
P i '
M N f S Illlunlnu. Johnson, frei.n
8mh Pranetion, 7 So p m
Ulnir Mokolll. Miller, from Pearl
hnilior I lowing liiirgo Kuliulliia), 7 :in
Thursday M.n 1.1
Siuir Claildlno lletmett, finin lllpi
nnd wnv ports. 5 K, u. in
I SAILING TOMonnow i
Stnir Clamllni'. Ileuuetl
pn s and llllii, ft p m
I'll it nil L l.lll line ftiim Hlto mid
tvnt ihiiIh. May 11 Miss Riilllt in
.Mr. i: Snillli It Itiivtiilahl mid wife
M' i linker, Miss A Johnson, Mis
Mill I iv llev W Alllt Itev. .1 Niu aiiil
vvlr S I! Luc-lit, T Visroneellos, Ir,
Mr l II Case Miss A Case, Miss C
IMP i (1 C CaHhdollar II Itosniberg.
P N K ihokiiolnna nnd wife S Awu
mil a v ITo nml e hllil Mr Od i A Hod
llqilis, M Nillies. Miss Wilnbhelin -i,
J llelser V N I eueuueii A IHcliloy,
V I. Whinny I), i. Wltliliigton mi I
12 dec k.
Pet 'I N S S llllmiliin, fmni Sau
liniiildo, Apill i V IC M-iepber
ie n V P 'lliolii in, li lllslmp V P
(ii'liinl Mm W P. Cntbeait Mis
Olin in mid e hllil. Mis SiliuniHle. (1 I.
Smith Mm O A NoIiIh Intitii Maude.
I Mil Kit Mli.s A (1 1 oil. I It, (IhniiKe,
T 1 Mrl'niMliI, Mlsii Pollard
Tin: sti:mi:ii w. ti iiiii kiiih m
'in (link this llftei llniin foi Kami Shu
will is ii ml, tike pissengers. mill
.mil fn Igbi
JXT" BULLETIN mOS PAY -rj
: -.- : : : : : : : : : -:-.;. -;.
Trlday, April 30.
S'i:W MT l.i: Hiilleil April 2f
III S S i mil lie Hit. roi llnnnliilii
SP.ATII.l! Sailed Apill 29
S S Pleiades, foi Honolulu
Si:Tll.i:-Sil!ed Apill Bit-
S S llyadeu. for Honolulu
NAl!SKI S.illid Apill 2d.
V S r l)l. Tiii Honolulu
KAIII'LUI- Anlveil Apr 23.
Mil i 1'iospei, Iiom '1 atom i
Thursday. April 20, 1009
I.WIOIA Sailed Apill 2ft.
Ship Pulls or Clyde, roi Honolulu
I ItANCISCO Silled Apill 29.
S S Columbian, foi Honolulu.
1111.0 Sailed Apill 27:
111. Aldoi lle-A'e, for llnnnliilii.
Muni) S S Altslu, lepoited ns
sailed finin Vokohnni for llnnn
liilii on Apill 1.1, will not mil heie.
Tuesday, April 27.
TU 0I -Sailed April 2(1.
Sehi It It Hind, for Honolulu
WeJneiday, April 23.
UI.INA C'lHI. -Arrived prll 21
S S Virginian finin Hllo, Ap'll 10
SAUNA C'UllS! .-f .1 til Apill 2(
H S Texim, for Sjti Pi.ueiBto
I'Olir ! VMlIl.i: Alil.nl Apill 'Jii.
Icln (l.imhle, from lllle
SAN PIIANCISCO Ariivnl .orll 2S
S S lllloulun. beuco Apill 10
KAIIHLUI Sailed April 27-
t! S l.urlllie, for Hllo
Monday. Annl 20, 1000.
VICIOItlA pi II 2ft
S S Aoiangl letinneel with main
foil pipe e i aikcd.
VICIOItlA -Sailed April 2fi:
S S Aoiangl feu Honolulu; e
peets lo unite heie ami sail on
SN PltANCIhCO- Airlvcil Anr 2fi-
lap ll Am, hi'liin vl i Hllo Apt HI
lap ii Sayo, heiuo vli Hllo Api 10
YOKOIUMA -Al lived April 2(1:
S h Miimhiiiiii, henco Apill 1ft.
ICA1IUI.UI- Sull-d Apill 2 1:
Ilk Pooling Kuey foi New Ymk.
Saturday, April 24.
SAN I HANCISCO-Sillcd Apill 2.'.
Ilk Audit tv Welch fm Honolulu
SAN PHANCISCO-S illod Apill 21
S S Aluued.i, 11 n in, foi Ilium
S S Asia, 2 p m , foi Honolulu
SAN PIIANCISCO Anlveil Apill 2"..
Seln M i: Posii'i, In nro Apill 1
Ilk Annie Johnson, finni Hllo
COLHMIIU lllVHIt Sailed Ap II 21-
Si in It W llnillelt, foi Hi .liiluhi
lOKOIIAMA-Sniled Apill ti:
S S Kent i for lltiiiulul'i
tlAVIOTA Anlvod Apt' 21
Sp Palls of Cljdo, hejico Mar 24
POUT '1()WNSI:N1I-Ai lived Apr 21.
Kktno Kllklttit heme April ii
VICTOltIA .Stilled Api 21
S S Anntligl. Im Ilouolulii
MA1IITUONA Silled Apill 21:
likine llivtall, fen Situ l'l.intlsco
HONUH'II iilvnl Apill '.'I.
H. In Difendei, fiom Sm Pianclscii
llll O-Hiilleil Apill 2'l
S S Me xlcan, foi il.illiiu Crtu
Friday, April 23, 1S03.
SAN PUANCISCO-Al lived Apill 21
S S Mongolia, 1 p in , henco April
S S Hnti-rpilse from Hllo
Thursdiy, April 22,
BAN Pit W'CISCO At rived pr ;i
l"AN piAM'wco-HiiirHi aphi ji
m :i i eiiiiuii in r-oin Sn i ... ,.
S S I ly nib h for Sound
I Wednesday. Annl 21, 1009
fSAN PIIANCISCO-Sailed Apr 20.
! S M Pleiades, for Seattle.
KAIII'UH Sailed Apr 19.
S. S. Mwiltau, ror Jiu.