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KVKXIXO lU'LLETIX, HONOLULU, T. II , TIIWlSiiAY. MAY SO, tana.
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Lcjhi fl"i 'ci i-lo. 2 nerjular.
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P.vtif.c -Flrtt Dooroe.
Honolulu Chapter Rcnul.ir
J p m.
All visiting iiii'iiiiipm of the
Order mo n'n'nih invited to
attend uicetli.r-.' of loial lodges
UAKOWNY LODGE, Mo. 3, I. 0. 0. ?.
Moru ' Monday evening it
7:30 In l. i. () 1"' IMII. I'ott Street.
I. It HHMiiiY, Sccicury.
r. v loici:. N. o.
Alt v Inning Iirotlie'. very cordially
OAKU LODOS, No. 1, K. of P. j
Meets evrry Orat and tlilnl Frl
Juy evening at 7:;io in K. ot 1'. Hall,
eorner Kurt mid lleretunla. Visiting
Drotuera cordiully Invited to nttcud.
K It. NLUI3NT, C. C.
It. UOSMNU. K. It S.
HONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. 1'. 0. E.
Honolulu Mulct" No. (Mil. II. P. O.
Kites, meets In I hell h.ill, Q Kins
Sired, near Fn. t, - i j l'ild.iy oven
ItiC. Visiting Hi 'mis an. loidlull)
Invited t. iui n l
i;. A lu'l'l III IT, K. It.
II. v' I VSIU.N, Scc'y.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets evcty 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening ot 7.30 o clock In K. of 1.
Hall. cor. IV. rt uih' Itcretunln. Visit
lug brutlicrt tuiiiiillj lulted tu at
tend. F. M. MU.ltLW, c. c.
K. A. JACOUSLN. K. II. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, J?. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WI?I
NHSOAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock. In K. of P. II ill, corner
Berctanlu and Ko.t ttreets.
Visiting Eucjes me Invited tu at
"tend. V. M JI.cdV, V , Prest.
11. T. MUOI'K. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Men eveij fir t nnd third Thurs
day nt i.uh mnntli ut KnlRhts of
J'ythlns Hall. lutlre brothers cor
Ually invited to uttend.
(ii:n WiiKllSOX. Sachem.
l: inhti, f of It
is a Dividend
It's tLc-way to
Honolulu Gas Co.,
P ft CI
LOCAL ANH UENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ton good numbneks Phoni 6
Mis I Tlniin"lls Ib bonked oil
I lie Mlk.ihnl.i. rot Knunl.
At Tlmrliiw uf thn ltuy.it Annex
'cms l hi llm I totals In tow"
I Take iir cnrrl.igo or automobile
l ti ll.iw illan t'nirlijw ManfR. Co., fin
1 i.piodite repairs.
1 i.iipots, rug ntnl mattresses thor
ium' iv denied by Arm process.
ilni lnw, at IIS" Al.ikcn streit.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening llullctin, wraoned
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n oflicr
I'.ovcui ir I'u'.ir will speak tonight In
I hi- Sutiil.i" school rooms nf St All
ditvv's I'mlu'ilral on 'The Loglslnllvc
Si'-t-loii nf I'.m'l" The mooting will
I hi- u 'i l l tile nus Ices of Hip Men's
ALMY HEARS KICKS
O.K. By Expert
' lodge" Aim, tho United Stales
tfhlpi Ins Commissioner, this morning
Investigated the charfies broiiRlit by
soiih" of tho sailors, against Ctp'aln
Goodwin of the ship Dlrlgo.
The InvostlKatlon was held on board
the ship, hut P. Allen, the principal
kicker, wan not present Notwllh
stiindliiK his nliscnee, the ".IuiIrc" prj
r"".li"d to eollect eld'nc( In the case.
I M. Levy, the KlnR street Rroee,
lm MccMiiipanleil Almy as "RruV
M'ert, examined the kaukaus on
iioard the rhli, uml announced them
in bo of excellent quality. Tho lime
mlee, which was one of the objection
I ible features of the kickers. waH In
i 'induced In (Iilence. The bottlo con
I'aiulnR the Juice Is now In poaacssln.i
luf nn eminent Annlysll Duncan. He
j illl Ktil'tult n leport.
I No decision was reached mid nothln
will tie done pondlin; n lepoit on th"
liondltion of tho lime Juice.
Queen's Hospital Has
At Hie meetlni; of tho corporation of
lb." luci-n h Hoipltnl, which wilt be
In Id next mouth. Kover.il chaiims in
Hi" chartei nf tho orRimlz-itlon wil. be
ii iiiiiiiiieiiileil by the board of trim
ii 1 1 The trusteeH held a meeting this
i'i'iiiiIiir ami illncuned tho matter
ilmroiiglih In consequviice, llif pro
posed chauiies will bo f.iuralil) re
mirted AlihoiiRh unwilling to tav what the
piopohed chaiiRes mo, u trustee stated
this mornliiK that uonu of them la rail"
leal, mid that the amendments are
only leeommcnded In order to keep
pace with thu Union. Clinufr.il p.illt
leal conditions, and Increased aTipe In
iIip work of tho hospital, lia-c made
the old charter liikiitllclciit for present
'leriuliumcutH, but It is authoritative
h stated that neither tho Intent of the
founders nor tho general policy of ths
liiHtltutlou would be violated by the
p oposod chaiiRes.
Tin trustees decline to mnko public
Huh" lecominenilntlons until they shall
b ie been presented to tho eorjiora
lion HONOLULU WEATHER
Thurnlay, May 20.
Temper attires a. in.. 70; 8 a. in.,
71: 10 a in, 78; noon, 78; morning
Ilmometer, 8 a. m , ,'!0.0!l; abaoluto
humidity, 8 a m , .u;5 Rralns per
cubic foot; rel.ttivo humidity, 8 a. m.,
(IS per cent; dew point, 8 u. m 63.
Wind li a. m., velocity 9, dlieetlou
L'.; 8 a. in., oloclty li, direction N. V..
10 ii. 111., eloell 13, direction II.:
noon, velocity ID, direction K.
M.ilnfall iIurlliK 21 Iiouih ended 8 a.
m , .0:1 Inch.
Total wind movement durli'R 2J
Iiouih ended ut noon, 2011 miles
Section Dlioctor, Weather Hurcati
YM. B. STOCKMAN,
Till: CLAUDINi: returned from her
urn this morning from Hawaii anil
Maul ports. Shn arrived shuitly 'jo
i n i. ii clock. brliiKliiR 22.10 UuB", mij
'i l"7 Ii iki, potatoes, 20 b,i com. .o
''i iliuieo.il 20 ciiiiIh wooi 1(1 Ii ir
"inii Imllloh 5 horsi'ii, 2'i pji'li
' - lildi i 184 p.ickaRcH simj'-lus
'"- W (1 HALL will tdke the
' lac 'ii' Meiiiner Mnunn Loa to
""nil ' l in ai noon ror Koua-Kau
ports i Mil . I,, eomiiiaiid of
Captain Tli.nnii.nii ulm is well Known
bj the Kuimius
Stamps for sale Sco nd tills Issue.
A law J aril ami out-buildings, sull
ablo for contractors, Ik for lent. See
A new plnt.n mid Hie fuinlfhtngs n'
n stnnll cot tap." aro for sala cheap. See
I. awe, nicely furnli-iicil rooms, single
or en milte, are for rent nt tlio Knul'j
ford. Sec nil.
One of the surest ronds to wealth
Is by the gas route. Huy a Ras.slovc
and our fuel expense will ho cut In
two. See the Honolulu Can Co,
The bakery at tho I'alm Cufc Ik
nailer tho personal supervision of Mr.
Juiigclatia, which Is a guarantee ot per
fection for nil of tho pastry made
there. The I'alm Is on Hotel ue.ir
Union, telephone 311.
Family high-class vines nnd Mounts
Invalid Port, Montllla Sherry, Bpey
Itoyal Scotch whisky, Castlo Old Tom
pins, Castlo O mud rum; nil pure Roods
for the fnmlly table. Lewis & Co.,
Mil. wine and liquor dealers. Wine
cellars, 1(19 King street. Telephone
210 Wo deliver Roods nnywhero In
(Continued from Fae 1)
This eoninilttce of twenty called in
Mr. Adams and requested Jilm to dl
cliarfo tliese Japanese and an arg i
ment continued for two hours.
Who the Mei Are.
Tho men whose discharge is nskel
arc reputable hard-worklnfi, (nutwoi
thy Japanese. One ha been 'n th"
employ of the plantation for olKlitien
years, having never worked (in)vhcic
else since he camo to the Islands, "-lu
man Is n carpenter with a wife and
children and very comfortable home
Another Is an Intelligent Japanese
who has been with tho plantation flva
jcars and recently has been filling a
place of assistant chemist.
Tho third Is an electrician who has
been with tho plantation five years or
The fourth Is tho Japanese In charge
of the day nursery, tho establishment
Inaugurated by Manager Adams to
caro for tho elillilien of thn mothers
while they aro away it work.
All theso men wlmie dK'h.irso Is
asked have families an 1 have built
themselves up by nlleiitton to their
work and respectable llvlns.
In tho course of the talk with Man-
iBRcr Adams the committee of Milkers
pointed plainly to a policy of Intimida
tion. The committee stated that If these
men wete not discharged all the Jti
uncse would quit work. And If these
four certain men did not leave the
plantation premises, thu commit tec
would not answer for what thu tiowd
might do to them.
Manager Adams after going over the
situation eiy thoroughly, responded
to the committee that thu nullum.'
incut returned a very positive NO to
I lie demands of the committee. The
management would not discharge these
four men as there was no good cause
for It, anil furthermore tho manago
ment would see that theso men wiu
protected against any assault fnur the
other laborera. Adams further Mated
that should theso men leave on ac
count of threats It should bo undu
stood that they aro still cmplojeeu of
the plantation and were not dis
charged. Call Out Mill Men.
Having received (Ills rcsponrr the
committee returned to the camp anj
reported. Immediately a crowd of
workmen surrounded tho mill nnd
culled out the men In tho mill. The
establishment was shut down at 2
o'clock cstorday afternoon, ami this
morning not a Jnpancso is nt work on
Plantation Has Men.
Kahiiku la not In u seiious condition
as regards workmen. Tho people on
strike number about four hundred men
mid one hundred nnd fifty-two women.
All tho irrigation work can bo car
ried on by Portugiieso and Chinese
workmen, nnd there la an amplo supply
of native Hawaiian labor to draw from
should special strlko breaking work
ers bo needed. In other words, Kalut
kit can tnko caro of Itself.
Last nlRlit tho four Jupancso whoso
discharge Is asked, were protected bi
lbo plantation authorities, although no
niovo waH made against Ilium by Ihu
strikers, Tho whole situation In fact
Ik very quiet. Tho manager simply
,Ikik them guarded to prevent tho pos
sibility or barm coming to them, us
there Is not tho slightest doubt an to
tho character of the throats ng.ilnst
their life made liv tho rough element
incse nanasome linen stilts are
universally worn at dinner in the
Orient and all trooical countries.
Have cue made by
. W. Ahana Co.,
02 King Street. Phone 521.
AND GRAFT PROSECUTION
SAN PHAXCISCO Ma 13 lolm llelni" a ilelertlve foimeil) elu
plnjcil by Hie United It 1II111.11I1, lestllled on the witness hIihiiI tothij
that he wus nttthorlzi I l shadow the pioM'cittlon He obtained topics
of letters, tclrRrntns ml icpoits fioni l)etirllie Hums' offlre Tluw
wcro used for tho Rrn defense The wne secured throiiRh nn un
fnlthful employe of lin ii'
PARDON FOR OFFICERS
r ' 1 saa
GEN. ST0ESSEL. WHO SUR RENDERED PORT ARTHUR.
ST PETHItSIH Hi. May 1! Th Vr, has lasued pnidons for (ien-
crnl Stocsscl, Ocncrn! NcboRatoff.
ing Admiral Hajrstven-lo's chief (ifil.iff Ml tin iIIhIioiiiiiIhr fen I hi ch
iigalnsl them have liccn i evoked.
m i p
DICKINSON GOES HOME SICK.
HAVANA, Cuba. May 1!) The visit of Secretin) of War Dickinson
hns been cut short b) Illness. On the advice of Ills ph.'slclnn, he sailed
In tho Mayflower for Washington last night
PAH1S. Prance, May 10. The
decided to tall a strike Immediately
ThlH iiioimiiK tho men asked that
they be allowed to leave the plantation
premises, to which Munnger Adams of
course consented, but with the under
standing thai they vvciu not disehaiged
and they are still under p.i or the
plantation mid will return to their po
sitions. One of (Uii complaints lodged against
the electricl.iu Is that ho takes Iho Ha
The obvious giinu at Kahiiku Is a
scheme on the part of the rough thug
element to get rid of tile nunc I imput
able men, ami then tho gamblers mid
thugs will have complete sway.
On tho other plantations tlieiu lias
been no particular change. Tho men
nt Kwa and Wnl.ilua nnd Wnlnn.io nr"
nt work, thn work going on as usual.
Thcro wus a slight lire at Oabu
binned over a few acres of cane tlu.l
wus quickly brought lo Iho 'mill. Ow
ing to no autluultutlvo statement of
this lire, a wonderfully wild rumor vva-i
going nroimd the streets ycstcnlay af
tcrnoon. About 4:30 there were min
ors on tho street of great cano flic at
Oaliu nnd Knliiiku, and none of lii
stories were line Tho Castlo (c Cooke
plantations have been particularly fio
from these riunois because the tignuU
have taken the trouble to plvo nit
written statements to tho press iliat
cover Iho facts thoroughly.
Strikers Will Ltwe.
Thu Japanese at Oaliu and HonoluMi
plantations rcrtlved their notkeu to
cither quit and bu paid off nnd leave
tho plantation or go In work. Some
evidences of Tliuglsni has been show:,
notices torn down and mi forth, but
from all Indications the stiikcrs will
tako their money and go peacefully,
except such as mny decide that tltuv
havo sacrificed enough and will ts'i to
1100 Strike Breakers.
Handling the strlko bienkeis ton
tlnucH to be ii great problem for It
D, Mead and his helpers.
Last night Mend had live police
men in u n I fm in at tho rallmad sta
tion, thinking Hint tho uniforms
would awe tho crowd of workout
and cause tlum to go slowly nnd
calmly up the railway depot plat
form to accept their pay. Tho po
llcemcnt lined up In flno stylo. Tho
strlko breakers came on with a rush,
and In two minutes had tho whnlo
outfit Jammed up against tho gates.
Tho men wanted to go through the
gate nil ut imtc. It wiih wonder
fully fuiiii), lur tho sttlUo brcakcis
ure mi thoroughly good natiiicd In
their scnbeless crowding to rush
thiough the gates. However, last
night wus some Improvement, ami
I lie whole eiuvvil una paid Olf ill lt"
than a ball hour
This morning eleven bundled
and eight nth. r mival ofllcers. Includ
Congress of tho Seamen's Unions has
In support of the Postal employes'
men vvcie sent down to the ulanta-
tlniej uml mill,, win 11 ,.. title In nn
Theie Is no let up in the stieniu of
still.e Iiic.imth i i.nly tu won, ut
Jl Till per.
Merchants and Planters.
The local neonle. esneel ilh Hie .Inn
Hlici-o nn- evidently anxious to know
wnal Hie I'lanit'iH Association and the
JllliilUese Meif'lllllltk' Association toe
doing In the strike sltii'jllon. It was
inoiignt. since ttie Japanese Merchaiita
AhmicIiiIIiiii met a few days ago. that
something of general Interest would
develop, inn on Inqalr.v this morning,
it iiiipo.ncd ilut, as jet, nothing lias,
been done b the two assucl Itlous.
The Hawaii SIiIiim lepoiteil thin
inoriilng that Hie Jnpaneso Mticliaiitb"
Asuiel.itlon h n Uii Inleivlew wltii W.
O. Smith of tin- I'l.mteis' Assoelatlou
but Secret.iiv Takahuwa, when seen,
stale I i lint tin. lepoit was I'lromnii
He said thai Hu Japanese Merchaiils"
Assocl.illnii was riui-riilly coiuddei hit;
Hie slliialion .mil tluil. us yet. It has
not .inlved nl a point to luke dellnlte
W. O Smith when asked over tie
'Illume this mi"! noon, staled iliat e
eeitaln uiiinbei , I .lapaneso geutleniei
called on him some time ago to consul;
with him on (main subjects, which
he did not want to speak of tliiiiugh
At mi) i, lie, the matter Is still in the
air. theie bdiu u-i pmitlvo aition
tnkeu by Id.. vo lni.es, lepicsenllug
tile JapaneM" "Men tiHiitH Assoclutio'i
or the Planters' Asmcliitlon.
(Continued from Paze I)
I'list National Hani,, and thus en
abled him lo sottlo with Malinger
lleilsho (,r the Alexander Young Ho
le! toi the dishonored chock which
lie passed on that hostelry, was well
acquainted w'tb. hm nnd could
vniiili Toi the 1 1 ill li f hit) Ktate
ineiitb. This is denied by thu man
wlio embused Hie ilieik. Hn h.i)b
Unit hn l.iiiiws notliliig of Haker nor
It was fe.ued lhlh inoiiiliiK tli.it
linker might try ii, Kiow nwuy on
Hio Tcido Mini ami thus get uwu)
finin Hie moiic of his troublus. A
close i.attli was kept on thu vest el,
but tho man did not show up.
linker is a veiy plaus.ililo talker,
nnd the stoiy that ho pasted iiitimtil
town to the effect that lie Intended
Investing i .-,,11(11) I,, Mnt.j, iu
found lead) ei'ileiiie To li 11 u I
let In lepoiter ho slated yoMoiihiy
afiernouii that lie came hciu with
$4r,0 onl), and thai getting inairled
iinevpi'cteill), ami the evpeuses n
sillllng Iheieriiun. had ile.ued lilin
(Mil III lllllihl
H.il.ei .ippeaiml In court Dili.
iiminlHB in tiuswei tu the vvmruui
IN FOREION PORTS
Thursday, May 23,
,-?V 1 ilVXCISCO Anh l M ' IK
H S' Vlr"lnlnn fiotn Salun Cull!
Tuesday, May 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Mn 15
I S S Siberia, for Honolulu
ii n.wvAHK iiih:aIvvati:k
rhed Mnv 1(1.
! LETTER OF THANKS
Newspaper Men Enjoyed
Brief Visit In
'Iliat the Austinllnn and Ni v
.calami menibeis uf Hie Impel Ml
Press Confeieuce, who pusscd
througli heie a shoit time ngo onl
tlielr vva) to Liiiulon, wne pleused
with the leieptlnu which Honolulu
gave them. Is eviileiuid by the fol-1
lowing letter. lecelved by Secretary
II P. Wood of the Promotion Com
mittee b) the last mall:
"Cnnadlnn Australian Ilo.v'al
Mall Line. Ma I, IU0U.
II. P. Wood. i:i..
Seeictary, Tile Hawaii I'lonio
tlon Committee, Honolulu.
Dear Sir. We have been asked
l'v Hie Australian delegates to the
I ill pci la I Piess Confeieuce who trav
eled on board the It M. S. Marama
lo oprcss to your Committee our
warm thanks for til" i nulla! w i) I
von lecclved us on our arrival at1
Honolulu mid the gieat hospltnlltv
vou extended 111 during out stn) All
I lie luemlicis of our paity tliiirnugli-J
!y enjoyed the time spent nt Hono
lulu ami its wondciful chaim nnd
pictuicsqi.eness, tORetlier with )our
gieat kindness, will long live In our
memory. We have the honor to
lemaln, Youiu faithfully,
It. KYPI'IN THOMAS,
(1. W. KIIIWAN.
j j j ti J 2 i
swoin out by Munnger lleitcbe of
the Young Hotel He was lepiesetil
cd by Attorney C. I'. Chllllngw-iirth,
but ns the eoiiiplalnant did not ap
pear tile ease wiih dismissed. Ileit
che, iimirdlng In the lourt iiiilhorl
ties, wus telephoned to. hut leplled
that as he hail gotten the luone foi
Hie eliei k he had no fuitliei Intciest
III tile mallei.
Judge Amitotic made Mime sluing
I email, about the way In which
people sumo nut vvairants and then
lefused In gn nn Willi the eases The
Judge lemarkel Hint some Hue day
u complainant who failed lo appear
when n i use caiue lip would bo
bioughl to thu limit oi else cited
for contempt of coiiit.
linker was dls haigeil, as liefoiu
stilled, nnd ut once left Hie court
with ills lounsel.
The money In lake up the llert
i lie ilieik wus tile pioieeds of all
olliei i licik-cnshlur; transaction, the
cheek being obtained II nm li lo-al
bank. linker ut Hist uppiuniheil u
local business iiiun and lequcstcd
him to eudiiise his peisonal ilicek
for limi; this thn loial man lefused
In do, its he did not know llakcr.
However, a Mr. Stiiiiton was biuiight
along by llakcr, and upon ills guar
anteeing tho amount In case uf Mak
er's cliei;k pioviug valueless, the lo
ml business man euiliused Hie pa
per. Shortly after this trausuitloti, Hie
II li I I e t I n came out with Hie his
tory of the ease, iiuil the luuliuscr of
the cheek got busy, but was Ion late
tu i eovcr thu money, as it had ill
icitly been paid over to Mr. Ileilihe
Then the locnl man got after Stan
ton, who, on being told of tho mat
ter, ut unco refunded tho lino.
llukcr nnd his wife aie still oc-
up) In gtlieir looms ut tho Seasldo
Hotel, tilthuiigli they me two weeka
behind In their payments. It. ap
peals that tho louple went to the
Seaside as soon as they left the
Young Hotel, and tho manager ot
tho foimcr place hud no idea that
theie had been liny double ut the
Who lithe II ti I I e I I u leaiheil
thu Seaside llolel )estenl.iy, linker.
In tepl) to a demand fur payment
lor hnaiil, said thil he would settlu
op everything this iifleruoon, Hint
lie had cabled to Chlcugo fin funds,
and that ho had no doubt but that
tho money would bo forthcoming
dm lug the ttmriio of tho day. Mis.
linker expressed her Implicit conll
deute In her husband nnd main
tained Unit It was nil n mistake.
Ilukci dining the uioiiilng saw
hi -i iitiornc) mid olfei oil tu 1 1 ills
lee tliuu nnd llleie. He hud some
mono) In ills possession at Hint time,
nnd again lemarked that he was a
sun nf 0 W. linker or Hid Clilrugo
t'nloii Slock Yards.
It.ll.er. I he da of hit anlv.il In I In
iiolulu ilrnppiil lutn a bather's itiop in
be shaved "Nice climate juu have
Tliursd.iy Mn 20
l-'lmr ( lauiliue, Dennett, fn ;n lla
-villi and Maul, Ii "i" a in.
I DEPARTED I
I- . ?
ThuiRil.iv, Mil) 2D.
T K K. S. S. Tenyo Mum. f)l Yoko
h.iui.i. !l n. in.
Simr. Mlltaliiila, Tullelt. foi Kauai.
' i m
i SAILING TOMORROW ""
Sliiir. W C. Hall. Thompson, foi
Maul nnd Komi Knu puits, 12 noon
Slmr. Claiiillne, Ileiinett, for Maul
poiiH nnd llllo.
O. S. S. Alameda. Dowdell, from San
I'l-anclsco, a. m.
M X. S S l.urllne. Weeden. from
Sun Francisco, nlnut noon.
I PASSEN3ERS ARRIVED
Ii"i" stinr. Cl'iuillno. fiotn Hawaii
nnd vvn) p'lrlH. Mny 2U. Mrs. W. II
Alililei. Miss r"inmi''.ez, Mr Fenian
lez, W (1, Walker, K. II. Purler, A.
iT.-n-H, Imiie .1 Kin. wife and run. M:
fl'n. Mnlln.i, S. K. Knen, Miss ICawni,
I, ('.iieln, T M. Ilnrilsuu. II. (luerielii.
f. .1. Allenrasiip, .1. P. P.ego. Lin Chee,
Wong Wnh Sen, Wong Yum Cliium.
Mil. Fuuaoki, Miss Funaoka, Mrs. Ml
viiRivvn. Mrs K. Katagllinra, T. Og.i
vvn, II. Howell. J. T Olios. J. F.' Wool.
ey. I). Tweedle, S. Decker, wife. I clill-
Iron nnd servant.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stinr W. 0. Hull. ThnuipMin, for
M'liil uml Hawaii. 12 noon. A. Itl.'h
I' (leo. .1 Cmniibell, C II. Ilrovv'.i, C.
V Kcaid, C. II llapiion, Mrs. J. Leslie.
II L. Holsteiu and son. II. W. P. Hill
etl. Dr. Deiby. W. M. (linhaui, F. M
Alic'itocker, Mis. J. Houghtulllng an. I
i Midi en.
Per stmr. Cl'iudliie. for Maul uml
Hawaii. May 21. ." p. in. Mrs 11 A
II: Idwln, Mrs. J. II. Howell, Miss Libel
Howell. A. flros, II. Unwell, Dr. Up -iiinuil.
Mis. O. W. Tnvvnseiid. .MlM. 1.
Peri) mid chlldieii, John liur
iniiali. Dr. Clmo llairns. F. (1. Foircin.
Per stmr. Mikahala, Tullett. rur
Knual, M.i) 21, p. in. A. 8. Wlleo
md wire. (1. N. Wilcox. Mis. J.
Tlmiiipus, C. Nishlknwa. 8. K. Kie,
I) II Murdoek, C W. Spitz.
NOTICE TO MARINER3.
SAN PMILO HAY CAL.
Nollie in beiebv given tlutt Sail
Palilu II. iv II in iv No I, miiiklug tin
"lid id Hie vl'oal olT Mii'-e Island, San
P.'tJilo II. iv ('.illfuruin. la li'iinileil nl
nnil Kuluneigeil II will be leplired
is soon iih pracllcible.
Itv oidii of the Light House Iloiril.
SAN PAULO HAY. CAL.
Notice Is hereby given that Hn'i
Pali o ll.iv llituy No. l, miiiklng V
"lid or Hie sliiial ulT Male Island, San
P.lblu Il.i.v, California, helelofore ii.
poi ted uliunst siibmerged, wus replace '
b) u new bun) Ma) II.
II) oidei or the l.lght-Houso lion I.
TIIF OCL'AXIC liner AMluedn mi'
Miitson liner Liiillue aie bolh duo I.,
illlve fiom San Fiuuclscn lomoirovv
The former will nirlve ut 7 o'clock l.i
Hie moiulii); mid Ihe hitter III the evi n
lug. TUB JAPAXL'SI-: llm r Ten.vo Main
sailed this iiioinlug ut 'J n't lock for
Oileiilnl polls. Among tho Honolulu
people who It-It on her was Y. Knm,
ol the local hi.iuch of Ihe Yok'.hiiin.i
Tlii: CLAUDINi: will sail Imiuuiow
alteiiioou lor Maul and llllo. Slio
sails at .I o'clock, t-iking besides III"
p.imngiih, mall and gcuciul emgu.
Till: STi:.Mi:il Mlkali.tla. whlcn
lakes the pi ice ol the W. (I. Hall, will
sail tills alteiunou nl .' o'clock lor
li a a it a ii ii ii ,if
lieio," he lem liked "Yes," lepllctl thu
knight or Ihe idic.tis, "much butter til in
Chicago, I think." "Wliiif Do you
Know me?" oj.cUlmed linker. "Sure,"
said tho barber, "Why luiny Is Ihu
time I've watched )ou lido In hlrvvlo
races when ou wuio competing us ,.
piorossloual In Chicago."
This siiitumeut suiiilseil Hake, n
lot uml lie ilit ii mentioned thu l.ic:
that he wus on thn look-out lor a gooi,
business piopnMtliiu lo buy llllo
si'liu lliiim ubiiill 115,0(10
Later on in Ihu month he vvantel tho
b.itber to go down to u bank and Men
tlfy him us It. M Il.ikor. Tills Hio
lim.ioiljl in list leruseil lo tin, as he
did not know ror u lart tli.it Unite,"
was the nldlliue ocllst's name, he it
nicinheied iho mini as n iniL"sonal
i)t"llst but eoiihl urn leculleci whit
llllllll 111 used lo nice linilel
Sea. Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-CyCi
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kimj St. opp'' South St,