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EVENING: IIULLETIN, HONOLULU, T." It.. FlilDAY, MAY 21, 1909. -
.mm & Hilt
Lealtl Chapter No. 2 -Regular.
Paolfle -First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
All vtting tnnnbers of the
Order -ir ' tllalljp Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
UAIU1UA x LUUUh, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
fciflU i-viij .Yiouday evening at
T:8U la I. u U Hull. Fort Street.
V. 11. I lENDftY, Secretary.
1 U ICKE. N, Q.
All v'.mtlug ui outers very cordially
OAnD IUJD0E, Ho. 1. K. of r.
Met tit vnry Brut nnd third Fri
day evening at 7 . Jv ID IC. of i'. Hall,
corner Kcrl and Deretunla. Vliltlug
Drothure ctudlt.1:' invited to attend.
1 K NfOENT. C. C.
It HUSLIMI. IC. It. S.
.HONOLULU LODGE 01C, li. P. 0. E.
Hor.olu'u Lodge No. C1C, 1). 1'. 0.
Klks, niiei in iri'-r hall, on King
Bluet, m ii I "it. every Filday even
lug . .i'iik i.iutticrs are cordially
luvued to atKt.d
i, a ixATiiirT, n. n.
11 C CAS I ON, Scc'y.
Wo Mfc-INLKY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots every Juil .md 1th Siturday
evening a l 7.u o i Iocs, In K. of 1.
Hall cor. I'ort uno llon-tanla Visit
ing brothers vordl.lly Invited to at
tend. r M MoC.KEW, C. C.
E A. JACOHSEN. K. It. S.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. 0. E.
MmiUi on the 2nd and 4th WF.D
NHSUAY evotnngs of eaili month al
7;30 o clock Iu K. of P- Hull, corner
Uerotatil.i and Tort streets.
Vliltlus Kaglcs are Invited to at
tend. W. M. SIcCOY, V. Frest.
11. T. MOOUC. Sticy.
BAWAIIAH TKIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
' Meots ever) first nnd third Thurs
days of tach mouth ut Knights ot
pythl.s II ill. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
OKO 3Nl)!:rtS0N Sachem.
i:. V. TOIM), C of It.
is e Dividend
It's tlio way to
NgikIuIu Gas Co.
. i. ' I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good uutohncks. Phono 6
Al. 'llnirlow of Hie Hoyal Annex
serves tlio llnoBt meals In tow"
Wnltcr Dillingham Ii expected to
nrrlvo from the Coast on the Korea.
Mrs 11. A llaldwln la lioolied to
leave for Maul this evening on thf)
Tako your carriage or automobile
tr Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co, foi
Inter-Ulnim and O It. & U shipping
hooks foi fcalo at the llulletlQ
nRice, BC each.
V T I.ticnr. mntngcr of Henry May
& Co will loive fur tin- roast at the
nil of the 1'ii'Miit inunlli
Ati llilns new In the sporting lino?
Anvthltig K"'d In the liquor line? Yon
fan And If nt "The Two .lacks "
luhn (i Woolley was a rctnrnlnK
I m-'onenr (.11 the Inter-Island steam
r Cluiidlue rrom Maul yesterday.
Papaya seeds hae licen sent from
here-to lie experimented with In the
Imperial Vallev. Southern California.
Ilari Luubort was treated to a sua
ponded sentence of I hi rl eon months
lids mornlliK at the Police Court.
Henr ns alleged to have heen lit
up last night
The Ladles' Society of Central
I ulon church gave a very cnjoyahlo
social last owning. An Interesting
tiruaiiul program was rendered, and
n ficshuicnts were nerved.
The case of l.eong Dah Sing Is be
ing tried before Judge Andrado. The
defind.ini Is barged with selll"g
opluiii without a license. C. I'. (Till
Iliif-wotth Is defending the accused.
A Hawaiian was picked up near tho
llshmarket l.ito last night, and ir. lie
had a deep cut In the luck of his heai
was taken t the Queen's Hospital lor
treatment Iho man had evidently
fallen onto tho sidewalk und Injure!
Thomas Smith, an alleged vng. who
Is reported to he partial to wnnilorili-
iliout other iH'ople's hack yards, win
si iitenced to" four months' Imprison
ment this morning hv Julgo Andrade
Thomas has also to pay costs amount
III'; to $3 3o
CHINESE HURT IN
Compound Fracture 0!
The Leg Is The
Wing Citing Is confined In the
Queen's Hospital with a badly broken
leg. caused through trlng to board
a car In motion.
It appears that about 3:15 o'clock
vesterday afternoon a car bound to
ward Wnlklkl was traveling along Ho
tel street. There were no passengers
on the ear and mlther Iho motorman
or conductor noticed auono at any of
the waiting stations It Ih surniUed,
howeVLr, that the unfortunate Chinese
must have rushed out after the car
had passed n station nnd tried to
The flrtt thing the conductor no
tn d was the man bins on tho ground
.1 1 If he hud fallen from the car.
Whin tho man was picked up It was
hod that his right leg was badly brok
en The bono was protruding through
the t'.esh and presented a slckcnnlg
sight Tho unfortunate man was con
oed to tho Queen's hospital. Ho Is
progressing as well as could be ex
peeled under tho cltcumstanccs.
ISS OF TROUBLE
Everybody Wants Slice
The Legislature honpod up a mass
of ttouble for tho Governor when It
provided In the appropriation bill
for a $50,000 contingency fund to
bo expended at the discretion ot His
Hxcellency, Kverybody who wants
nuj thing thnt was not provided for
by tho law makers seems to have
the notion that he can get It oul of
The Governor says that this was
tho very easy way adopted by tho
j i.t'KiBluiiur iu sum tiuniu ui jin uuu-
. Ides onto 1i1h shoulders. Instead of
investigating tho necessity fur spe
cific appropriations, it simply cre
ated this fund nnd loft tho Governor
to strugglo with the details.
If tho fund were 1800,000," he
said thnla morning, "there would be
I applications enough -to tHke caro of
nil of it everybody wants some of
u uvt'ii in., i.egisuiois. wuen mty
we.e osked by other people why,
hoy did not make certain npproprl-
ntlotiB, tay, Why, w gave-theGov-
ciiinr a contingency fund of $50
Olio. Go und see him, and he c
llx you up.' "
Haw .1 A. It Vlelra & Co. do your
A bookkeeper Is wanted for a plan
tation store. See ad.
A nicely furnished cottage on Wnl
klkl beach is wanted for a few months.
A pair ofr glasses in n black leath
er case was lost. Reward If returned
to this office.
The famous Crossett shoes In all the
new Btjlcs and leathers on sole now jl
the Manufacturers' Shoo Co.
Artists' materials can be found nt
Qurrey's on Fort below King. Oils,
water colors, china palntB, brushe.
i: O Hall ft Son have Jnst received
n shipment of Heading Standard mot
orcycles Call In and see their new
rfnest Reasoned 6hU and ftlgiroba
stove wood now ready at Unl6n-Paclflc
Transfer Co. Phone G8. Alan best
Herrlng.Hall-Marvin safes defy flro
nnd defy the most expert cracksman.
Dig assortment at Theo. H. Davles &.
Fresh fruits and vegetables In sea
son? also Primrose pork sausages ar
rhed on 8. S. Alameda today for
Henry .May & Co. Phone 22.
Tho Installing of an electric fan In
your office will Increase your working
capacity, The Union Klcctrlc Co,,
Harrison Dlock, have tho best.
Choicest candles and pastry nt Alex
ander Young, Cafe. These goods are
made fresh every day and delivered to
all parts of Oto city:. Phone-19,
.1. M. I'vy & Co. will receive on Fri
day's Alameda all tho cholco Califor
nia fruits and vegetables In season. In
cluding cherrleB. Phono jour order to
New York summer styles In Star
negligee shirts now ready at Sliva'a
Toggery. Also their first shipment of
13. &.W. negligee shirts. Call and see
llrokcn lots of silver and gilt metnl
picture frames at half prices to clear
out the odd patterns at Honolulu Pho
to Supply Co. Illg bargains If you
want nice frames.
Notice Is given In this Issue of a
special meeting of tho Queen's Hos
pital corporation to h held In the
rooms of the Chimb -r of Commerce
at 9:30 A. m June 2 i.
Do you itso stove coal and do you
want to get somo specially good coal?
Then order a lot from Honolulu Con-
structlon ft Draylng Co., phono 281.
Any quantity from n sack up.
Novelties nnd calendars make good
supplementary forms of advertising
If you want something In this line get
In touch wllh The Chas. It. Frailer Co.,
managers of advertising. Phone 371.
Alfred llcnjamln clothes are made
In New York That means thnt the
styles nro a full season In advance of
garments made elsewhere. Detijamln
clothes aro sold In Honolulu only by
Tho Knsh Co.. Ltd.
A trip to Halclwa by train or auto
will do joii much good1. The scenery
along tho route, and Iho fine meals at
tho hotel, served under tho direction
of Manager Illdgood, build up a broken-down
Jules Verno never dreamed of such
wonders as aro being accomplished
dally by tho Hawaiian Telegraph &
Telephone Co. In wlieluss. Don't wait
for thu malls use wireless for com
munication with other Islands and
Habblts, friend properly, have tlio
flavor of joung chicken. The Metro
lwlltnn Market ImB n bunch of young
onos and somo of the best beef and
mutton over offered on sale nt that
establishment. Call up telephone 4G
and glvo your order and It will bo
(Continued from Pace 1)
that the water ho pumped out and tho
abutment extended. -
Hut when, after tho water had bot
pumped out, Guro started to mako n
more thoroug.T Investigation than had
been possible with tho water In the
way, ho discovered that the main pier
Itself was so unsafe that ho did not
think It wlso to spend uny more money
In le pairs.
it was understood that tho main
pier was supported by a number of
piles, firmly driven down into tho
ground. When Oero mado his oxam
Inatlon, It Is alleged, ho found that
tho plies wcro simply battered on top
and that they did not run down far
enough to boot any aluo. It was then
that Gore telephoned In a hurry for the
Tho bridge was built by tho Terri
tory, under tho supervision of tho then
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, J. II. Hnwland, It Is under
These handsome linen suits are
.universally worn at dinner in the
orient and all tronical countries,
Have one made by
iiiW. W. Ahana Co.,
'02 Kinrj Street, Phone 521,
GERMAN 6H0ST AGAIN
LONDON, May 20 Stories of a mysterious airship flying over ,
Hngland 'nights are agitating the public nnd becoming a, nightmare to ,
the antl-Qermnn party The press Is
pons ennnni up vermeil, nut is giving
m i i i m
FILIPINOS TALK INDEPENDENCE.
MANILA; May 20 -The corncrntone of the cnpllol was Inld today,
Forbes nnd Mena officiating. Tho speakers declared the ceremony to
be n stop toward Philippine Independence.
PRESIDES OVER PRESBYTERIANS.
DUNVL'K, May 20 Itev I)r .1. M. Ilarl.ley has been fleeted mod-
erntor of tho Presbyterian Oenernl Assembly ,
PAHIS, May 20 The barbers
,1 n it u n a u n :: n :j :; I
n J. . ' u
Kittitu a a u t n tx a t it tt tj -,
"THE TOWN CONSTABLE."
The Klleford -Company present for
the last two nights of their engage
ment nt tho Orphetim, (ominenclng
tonight, the new comedy drama.
"The Town Constable." It Is u
story of n young man who starts In
a small town mid Is eleited town
constable. Ho Is fortunate In sav
ing the life nnd fortune of a promi
nent banker In the town, nnd he
makes a hit with the old man, who
helw him to fame and fortune.
There Is a pretty love story through
out the play and u lot of i lover com
edy. It gives nil of the cast a
chance In do their best work. At
tho matinee tomorrow afternoon the
offering Is "A Hoyal Heieptlon," n
play that mado a hit this week.
There will bo a lot to Interest tho
little folks, as tho Osborn children
will present n now nnd taking spe
cialty, and several other members
of the company will iiintrlbute neat
turns. Prices for thu matinee are
ten cents for children under ten
years, and twenty-fhfl cents for
ndutts to any part of tho house.
Scats nre now on sale for tho last
THE MELODRAMA OF
For such a poem ns Knoch Arden to
bo called a melodrama seems Incon
gruous unless wo know that lnodor,.
compoecra use tho term as a synoum
for "musical reading." And ltlch-ird
Strauss' arrangement of Tenio Kin's
poem not only detracts nothing, but
odds swietness and charm to tho old
familiar story of lovo and unselfish
Miss Margaret Ctarko and Mrs. F.
T. P. WHte(housc havo studied It will
sympathetic appreciation, and their
presentation of It on next Tuesday
evening nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. McCandless Is looked forward to
with much pleasure. .
THE ART THEATRE.
Notwithstanding tho gieat eompctl
Hon In tho moving picture lino, tho Ait
Tboatre Is crowded every night. Tl-o
public nppreclato Manager Uiwson's
endeavors to glvo them a first cIii-b
entertainment and respond enthus
iastically. "8horldan'H Itldo" nnd
"Slumberland" aro tho two leading
films this week and aro very lutereat
Ing. Fllmr like "Sherldnn's Itldo" nre
educational and tho young people gain
qulto a knowledge of history by their
THE NEW EMPIRE THEATRE.
Manager Overend Is certainly to bo
congratulated upon tho success of his
new thoatro. Hvery night tho house
has been filled to capacity. The films
havo been very Interesting, tho light
Ing Is excellent and the cool temper
aturo of tho theatre a surprise. Tho
scats aro roomy and comfortnblo and
tho general appcuranco ot Iho liouso
Is that of a modern pla house. The
Umpire has conic to stay.
Dunn's Hat Shop moves Into Its now
quarters on Saturday, and tho corner
of Ileretnnla and Fort will bo a busy
)laco on thai day. Mm. Dunn has es
tahllshed n reputation for style In Ho
nolulu that she should bo proud of
Tho label "Dunn's Hat Shop" In au
article of headgear Ua guarantee of
stylo and quality. Many new summer
novelties havo Just been unpacked and
thero are hats to pleaso ever one.
i s i
ZfT BULLETIN AD3 PAY "M
convinced thnt tho sensational re-
mucn space to inciii. i-
have Joined the strike
Good FoIRs Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop.
1S4 King St
(Continued from Faze li
and over the northern nurse, the
company Is In a position to hnndlo
the Immigrants over the first part
of their Journey with gieat facility.
Hhould the tontrnct go to Iho
American Hawaiian Company, the
Immigrants will be fiiought here by
way of the Isthmus of Tehunntepec.
Thus they will not be taken Into the
told zones and will not suffer any
Inconvenience by being forced to
brave the blasts of wintry winds In
rounding Capo Horn Ileretoloie
nil Immigrants liave heen binughl
via the Horn.
Just what Inducements the Amer-Icnn-llnwallan
Company will be
nble to offer Is not known. The
imupany will be able to" pi online u
monthly service, but how many per
sons can be handled at one time Is
not, as yet, known.
The ships pi j Ing across the At
lantic nro mostl). If not nil,
equipped with lmmlgiunt passenger
accommodations. The Pacific ves
sels have no surh aerommodntlnns,
however, and It will take somo lit
tle llguilug to deeidit Just what pro
vision can be nfade on the vessels.
On thu passenger accommodations
which tho com pa u v may llml It hm
slble to Install upon their ships, wld
depend entirely the number of Immi
grants that it can pi online to dellvei
monthly on Hawaiian shores.
When the question of contracting
lor tho transportation of Immigrants
first canto op tho Amerlenii-llnwnllnn
Company did not feel Inclined to enter
the Held. On more mature consider
ation, tho directors airlved nt n dlf-
foienl conclusion, and 'the concern
will ho an Important factor when tho
time conies for deciding whole the
contract shall go.
Hut the vital point In the whole
proposition is thnt, with' the contract
in the hands of the Amerlcnu-Haw al!
an Company, the old practice of cl"i
tering an Immigrant ship will no long
er prevail. The steamship company
will iccelvo the Immigrants as fast
ns they aie gotten together, nnd wTil
stmt them on their long Jouiticy to
Heretofore u party of Immigrants
numbering between 1C00 and 2000 men,
women mid children, his been collect
ed and started on a charteied vessel,
around Capo Hum. This meant that
no start V-ould bo mado until a shipload
had been collected.
Of necessity much of tlio woik had
to bo done twice, owing to tho drifting
away of tomo of the cat Her iccrults.
beforo tho tlmo urrlved to dlrtch
tlio ship. With a per capita niranxe
Hunt with Iho American-Hawaiian,
Just ns soon as u hundred or so Immi
grants have been secured, they could
bo dispatched westward.
(Continued from Ps- 1
Icn headquarters jcsterdtiy after
noon and today. Acceptng tlio or
der of tlio plantation Hint thoy
should either go to work or he puld
off und leave the premises they
have been occupying, the Japaueeo
began taking their goods mid chat
tels out of the Illumes and either
having them brought to town by
express ciut or train' or deposited In
some nearby place until they could
decide which way to go.
The men wero ai living at thu
plantation olilccs at Wulpnhu and
Alea In bunches and taking their
pay Meanwhile Hie work Is going
on under tho cane cutter mid hoe In
(he hands of strike hreakeis fiom
There seems to he n general feel
ing among the Japanese that tliev
will be taken back again und that
there Is not ns much strength In thu
position of the planters as there is
In following the lend of the Agltn-tors.
IN FOREIGN PORT8
Friday. Way 2L
SYDNHY Arrived May 1!)
H. S. Aoratigl bunco Ma X
SAN FltANCISCO Sailed Mnv 21:
a. S. Kotea, 2 p in., for Honolulu.
Schr Jas. Holpli, for liana.
S. S. Virginian, for Seattle.
HAN FltANCISCO An Hid May 21:
. S. Nippon Mnm, II a in., hence
nn.AWAUi: hih:akwati:u Ar
lived May 21:
Hp. Hawaiian Isles, from Kaliulul,
Heavy Lo3tes of Japanese.
The most pel feet good nnttire np
peals to picvall nmong the knots of
Jnpanese workmen along the road
the the vicinity or the pl-iiitfitloiu-They
aro following otders nnd obey
ing the Inw thus fur.
At Wnlpahu there is not such u
general exodus today on account ot
such a large number of men having
field lontraets that nre not yet com
pleted. Those men stand not only
to go out on Hie street with no
vvoiU In sight on any other planta
tion - us It Is safe to assume stint
Co pfnliliitlnns will un ploy strikers
but the whole of their work for
the season la Jeopardized lly leav
ing the Hilda hefoie (he cane Is hnr
vested, they violate the lontruet and
lose nil tho profit, the advances be
ing Just about enough lo keep thein
during the period of cultivation.
Waitinir and Working.
jniiuitintm ni i.vv.i nun vvulaltri
temuln the same ns repoitcd from
day to day. The men me disposed
o stny by Hie plantation and finish
their work, believing that the mat
ter of wages will be best Fettled In
(his wn. They aio undoilbleillv
the men through which a lendjtist
meut will be biought about, but
practically nothing can be done
while the other plantations are lied
up, ns what is determined in ton
neellon with Hvvu must nssumedly
bo tho basis on which all the plan
tations will do If the plantation
managers- Intend to maintain mi)
degree of unity.
Handlinc Strike Breakers.
I no situation among the strll'e
hreakeis Is Improving. There Is no
doubt about the ntimbei of men 111
the city ready to vvmk at $l.r,o per
day. Some of the men lo be sine or
getting cmplovmcnt mine Into town
on the List mr last night mid slept
on the gruss in the plot adjoining
the inllio.id station In older lo be
first nt tho gates Orders weie giv
en for the men to bit let iu as they
arrived, und by tlio tlmo those In
charge of the trains urilved this
morning nearly suvun hundred men
hnd been put aboard It shows that
1 1. B0 looks good to these men.
About eleven bundled vveie tukon
dtAv'ii to the plantations this morn
ing. Theso men have been ut wink
long enough to piovo what they mo
woilh, nnd the gangs rue being
mado up so Hint n man shall con
tinue his Job of tho day before us
far as possible. In other words the
htrlke-bre.iMng business Is getting
Running Richt Along-.
At Ualp.iliu their Is enough nine
cut to i un tho mill for two days,
and the only dlfToiencu from the
regular lundltlons Is that tlio cost
of manurnttuie per ton Is very much
Increased. The harvesting and
pluming is going right iilong.
A wild story wiih nllo.it this
morning of u pump blown up nt
Wnlpahu. No one nt Wnlpahu
knows anything of It. in fact, a
notable feature of tho whole stilke
situation Is the fieedom from uny
overt acts cjf violence. Vicious
threats mo being mado by Japanese
against Japanese, und attempts nro
being made to rrlgliten Chinese nt
Kuhiiku, bin there has been no do
stiuctlon or piopcrty, although n
very complete patrol Is maintained
In order that no olio shall be templ
ed to go wiong.
Paying oft tho strike- hreakeis has
finally been reduced to a science
Lust evening thu pollco stretched
"flro lines" across thu railway plat
form und headed oft the rush. The
result was that eleven bundled men
wero puld over llfteeu bundled dol
lars In about llfteeu minutes.
Jupaneso meichants In Honolulu :uo
In a very unpleasant position as a it
wilt of tho Btrlke. If tho JapaneM o.
Oahu plantation ror Instance, leavt
the pi emli.es. It means that soveral o:
the inerch'ints or that Mlt.wo iniui go
out or butlness. These men trie
backed up by Honolulu wholesales '
who me In turn very generally de
pendent on tho sugar plantation inter
ests rur patron ige and kiipporl. Thus
(iuo jupaneso moi chant Is ipd happy
iiuid bus no reason to bo. He raimo't
afloid to go with in stilkcic mil It
'Inrmodlatelv faces hliu with the po:.v,.
, billly or bankruptcy On tl,u other
nana tlio Thugs among tho Agl alcus
and strikers thicatcn him wilh hns of
business if he docs tint cliin v m, ii,.,...
Naturally tho Japnneso merchants
(want tho stilko conditions Bcvllcd ut
Thursday, May 20.
Schr Pallida, from Tncomn, .1 p. m.
Friday, Mny 21.
O. S S. Alameda, Dovvdell, from Snti
Francisco, 8 a. in.
Stmr W. 11. Hall, Thompson, fur
Miiut and Hawaii, 12 noon.
Htmr Claudlne, lleiinett, for Maui
'iind Hawaii, ft p. in.
M. N H S I.urllne. Weeden, Tieui
Jan I'limclscn, S p. in.
SI mi Mauna Ken, I reemati, rrom
Hllo and way ports, a. in.
A.-IL S. S Texan, rrom San Fiali
elseo, A. m
Per 8. S." Alameda, rrom Snn Fran
Cisco, May 21. Geoffrey Almy, J. tl,
Vnelll. llev F. Ilnrllcmnn, It. J. Hell,
T II. Iluiton, Miss Florence Cns.lil,
W .1. Cunrii). J. J Corbet! Mrs. Cot
bed. J tl. Curtis. F. Dubois, Oscar
riliuvllle, MIrs A. (lit ("son, Sheldon
danger, Miss I'leauor Hawkes, Alius
Kiln.i lleiiiy. Mis. F. K. lleadloe. Miss
Anna Hoesly, II. T. Iloltmau, Mis.
Hollman, Gerald Hughes. L. II. Knit,
Piof. IMw II. I.nd.i, Mts. S. W. U'dor
I. Dr. A. II. Lewis, J no. A. Mnlcr. W.
It. Murray, II. Hamtsch, Miss I.. A.
ft".'. Miss M. R. line, Mrs. H. M. Hon.
i.v. Miss Scohj, P. H. Smllh, II. M.
Slnik, Mrs. Stark, Hold. Todd, Mrs.
Todd, Miss J. It Todd. S. (1. Wlg-
::. J. Woolverton, Harold Morgan. Miss
Per stmr. W. O. Hall. Thompson, for
Mnul nnd Hawnll, 12 noon. A. Illrh
ley, Geo. .1. Campbell, C. II. Tlrrra'i, C.
P. Krknrd, C 11. Hapsnn, Mrs. J. Leslie,
II L. Ilolhtelti nnd son. It. W. P. Illu
ett. Dr. Derby, W. M. Graham, F. M
MeStocker, Mrs. J. Houghtnlllng nn.l
Per stmr. Claudlne, lor Maul nnd
Hawnll, Mny 21, r. p. in. Mrs. H. A.
Baldwin, Mrs. J. II. Howell, Miss I'thct
Howell, A. Gross, II. Howell, Dr. Kn.'
iioinl, Mrs. 0. W. Townseiid. Mrs. i'.
A. Pony and children, John Hnr-
rough. Dr. Claro Harms, F. G. IVrreln.
Per stmr. Mlkahnhi, Tnllett, for
Knual, May 21. 5 p. in. A. S. Wllco
mil wire. O. N. WIIcon, Mrs. J, W,
rtmmniiH, C. Nlfhlkawa. S. K. Kaco,
') 11. Muidiiek, C W. Spitz.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
THI2 AMHItlCAN schooner nallM.n
hiluglng u full load or lumber ror Ihla
port, arrived yesterday uricrnoou rron.
Tacom.i. Outsldo or Diamond Head
she was picked up by the tug Intrepid,
which lowed her Into tho harbor. Shu
Is discharging her lumber today.
Till: AMHinCAN-HAWAIIAN liner
Tcxnn will nrrlvo tomorrow H-Oni Hit v
Stales, with a full 1tt.nl or outgo ror
Honolulu. She will probably arrive
about 11 o'clock.
THE MAUNA KEA will return from
Hllo tomorrow morning, docking nt 7
o'clock. She will bilng a good slzeil
list of passengers.
Till: CI.AUD1NI: sails this nflnj.
noon ut f, o'clock for her regular pom,
of Mnul ami Hawaii. Sho will lelurii
THE MIKAHALA stilled last nlglil
for Knu.il potts. Hiking the place or
Iho W O. Hall, which went to Komi
Kau potts today.
NO TREASURER YET
Time appears to bo n lamentable
scarcity of Treasurorthlp material In
Hawaii, and It begins to appear th.it
A. J. Campbell Is tho only man In thu
Teirllory who Is cap.iblo or holding
down tho job to tho satisfaction or
tho (Inventor ocept possibly somo
poisons who retiiFo to havo It.
At any I ate, tho Governor has not
yet mado any appointment or u Treas
urer, ullhoiigh It isi nearly a moulii
slnco tho Legislature adjourned, leav
ing tho Job open to wliomover the Gov
ernor might want to appoint.
ninnk hooka of all sorts, '.edgers,
itc, manufactured by tho Bulletin
It )UH.)ili)tKS)tJtM tt
the earliest, possible iirjment.
Consul Uyeno to Aha.
Jupaneso Consul General Uyeno
this morning wont down to Alea,
evidently to look over the situation
o rtho JiipnnoHi btrlkcrH. Ho wilt
probably return this afternoon.
Act oi ding lo somo of the men of
Iho High Wnge Association, thu
Jupaneso laborem nt l'uulon, nuiii
beilng about 12G, left thero this
morning for Honolulu. They will
bo Klven looms ut tho Yumnshlio
Hotel, where tl large accuinulntlon
of i lie Is Iu storu for them.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Gycm
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kinji St. oppN South. St, j
f 6.k- m