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nVPNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, MAY 22. ,1009.
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Leshl Chapter No 2 Regular.
Pacific First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular-
6 i. in,
All visiting members of the
Order tire cordially Invited to
ntloud nieotlngs of local lodges
jHAEMOKV LODGE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Aiouday evening t
T:00 lo 1 O. O. T Hall, Tort Street.
, ' " H. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
$ All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHD LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meat uvvry llret and third Frl
Jay evening at 7: JO in K. of 1'. Hull,
Cornet Fort Mid Ileretaula. Visiting
Drtrtnors currtlmly Invited to attend.
r it. NUGENT, a c. .
n. gosling, ic. n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE C1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. Glfi, II. P. O.
' Elks, meets lit their liall, ou King
Street, neni Foil, every Friday even
Ins. Vl.-illng Brothers nrc cordially
invited to attend
H. A DUl'TIIITT, II. R.
II C LAS ION, Sec'y.
Wffi. M'laNLEY LODGE No.8, K.otP.
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
.evening nt 7:30 o clock In K. of 1'.
Hall, cor. I'ort and Reretanla. Visit-
lac lirntliers cordlilly Invited to at-
P. M. McGIti:V, C. O.
e. a. jacodsen, K. It. S.
, HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E,
i Metta un the 2nd and 4tb WKD
,1 NE3DAV evenings nt each month at
1:30 o'clock In IC. of P. llnll, corner
j uorLiuuia ana iu swceio.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to st
W. M. McCOY, W.. Treat.
.11. T. MOOI'.K. Secy.
HAWAIIAN SKIDS Ho. 1, 1. 0. H. M,
Mecto every am and third Thurs
ja of each month at Knights of
i Pythias llnll. Visiting brothers cor
' dlally Invited to attend.
i Oi;0 SWDI5RSON, Sachem.
e. v todd, c of R.
is a Dividend
T.',. JU"U . A'
m js.t i um.w wiy iu
JL I become rich
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Mneioiu uiis io.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets , of good
paper for twenty-five .cents at the
Ten good nulo-hack l'hone f.,
.1 A. ll.itcli and wife nre nt tlio
Jefferson In San Frnnclsco.
Al. Tlmrlow of tlio Royal Annex
serves the finest meals In town
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co., fot
Inter-Inland and O. R. & L. shipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
om.ee, DC onch.
Miss J. i:. Johnson of thin city
wifs recently nt the Hotel Jefferson
In San Francisco.
An thing new In tlio sporting lino?
Am thing Roud in tlio Honor line? Von
cai? find It at "The Two Jneks."
lllom Is Hireling superior drapericK
nt ory low prices. See his large.
slock. Fort street, opposite the Cath
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at a u 1
le tin office
YV II Stockman, tlio local weather
man. has received word from Washing
ton that orders for the construction of
tlio weather bureau kiosk for Hono
lulu will bo given within n very short
i line. This Is to he located nt the ma
Itnl corner of Bishop Park.
The handicap men's doubles tourna
ment for members of tho Deretanla
Tennis Club, will commence Tuesday1
afternoon next. The date has been
postponed fiom Monday owing to A.
L. 1-owiey having to play In the Inst
Piinahou game against Kamihameha.
Malta Alal Ana was this morning
ginntcd a divorce by Judgo Robinson
from her husband, Allkn Alal Ana, on
the grounds of extrcmo cruelty and
mm support. Isabella Miinu was also
separated from Mann becausfe ho ncg
lected to provide her with her dally
In the Supremo Court yesterday tho
case of Hocky L. K. Kalamakee by her
guardian J. V. Wallchua Kclkl, Henry
Wharton et nl., on exceptions from the
Circuit Court, was argued and sub
mitted. J A Magoon appeared lor
the 'plalntln appellant, and Castle &
Wltlilngton and C. W. Ashford for tho
Mrs. James Judd was tho hostess of
a charming luncheon on Friday In hon
or of Miss Juanlta Hardanay and Mrs.
Ilocdefeld, nt her Prospect street res
idence. Yellow coreopsis and broad
red ribbons were artistically com
bined. Other guests Included Mrs. Mc
(liow, Mrs. Prosscr and Mrs. Ernest
That a stock dividend of between
J.-.OO.'JOO und $1,000,000 will be declared
at tho annual meeting of the Inter-Id-Und
Steam Xnilgallun Company an
.funo 21, nud that a like Increase lu the
capilnl stock of the company will lie
made to roer tho dividend, was the
report current this morning. Cecil
Brown, a director of the company, stai
ed that he knew nothing of such u
Mrs. .Muriel Campbell Shingle, ex
ecutrix and boneflchiy by the will or
Abigail Campbell Parker, has, by her
attorneys. Thompson & demons, filed
objections to the jlnymcnt of a com
mission of J2C3J.00 to tho Hawaiian
Trust Company for acting as tempor
ary administrator under tho will. The
objections nrc based on tho ground
that the Hawaiian Trust Company
agree! to net as temporary adinlnls
tutor without reimbursement.
First Mithodlst Episcopal church,
comer Ikretanln avenue and Miller
stieet John T. Jones, pastor. Sun
day bchnol, 10 a, in. Morning worship,
11 o'clock; sermon by tho Rov. Mr,
Rbersole. Epworth League, C:30
o'clock, subject ''Forsaking Our Lord."
Ironing worship, 7:30 o'clock; sermon
by the Hon. John 0. Woolcy. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening. All who
uro not regular attendants of othei
churches nro most cordially Invited to
attend tho (services of this church.
Tho first round In tho men's double
handicap tournament will bo played
Tuesduy nftcrnoon on tho courts of tho
Deretanla Tennis Club, as follows: At
o'clock A. L. Lowroy (S) and E. S.
Clco (8) vs. Theo. Richards (2) anl A.
Uicnnnls (2); A. R. Sunha (S) and C.
(1. Dockiis (1) vs. It. O. 13. Forster (2)
and L. S. Conness (2). At 5 o'clock
W. L. Warren (S) am T). W. Ander
son" (S) vs. J. Madohncf fa) and I,
llunl (3); A. I.. Cas'tlo (S)'and Capt.
Low (8) vs. R.1 lC Rlotow (1) and J.
J. Pago (1). . .
Tliero' will bo r .publje! band con
cert on Saturday nfjernoon at P
o'clock' at Mak66"rtraiid,, Kaplolanl
Park: "'.'. f fc
' l TART' lv '
Overturo Victor Umanuel ..Kline
a. Souvenir do Los Angeles (new)
h. Thu Tjcfac of tho Mill (new)
ii'vvVHu! W I-ngprc
Intermezzo Sllverwaves (new) ,
.; -,v ..,.,., . . . , . ... . . . . ' Englund
Selection l Puq Foscarl Verdi
Vccnl Hawaiian Songs .
-. Ar. by Uerger
n Tlio !ong of the Night (new)
b Scene Iloheme (new) , ...Fluse
a Italian Romance , . . . Cerrl
b Spring Song Mejide)sso)in
a Pabllta Da Ldugpro
b. Salute, to. V!iev,J,,S,1.lpe I-ongpre
Tho Star Spangled Ilanner.
Taney lucked nets. Whitney &
i A notice to creditors, re cstato of
Francisco Freltas, deceaied, la pub
lished In this Issue.
John r. Almoku Is authorized by ex
queen Llllunkalanl to collect nil rents
due froin nil her lands.
A ooy wno imuersinnus snoruianu
nnd' iypowrjtlng deslroB n Bltila'tlon
during summer ncdtlon,
Oho"and two-thirds acres of coffro
land Is for snlo at ltoliialoa, koha, Ha
waii, Sec nil for particulars.
Swell now hafs nWved by S. S. Ala
meda for Miss Pow'er's Millinery Par
lors, Iloston building; Tort street.
Win. McKlnloy Oidgq No. 8, IC. of
P., will fW on work this evening. In
tho rank of Page, A good attendance
Buy It today lhat Leonard Clean-
ablo Refrigerator and get Ice free for
one month. II. Hackfeld CO., Hard
Packard shoes have quality. Try a
pair next itmo vou buy shoes. Pack
ards arc made for men; J3.G0, $1 and
)S. Sold by Mclnemy's Shoo Storo.
Socta water lu the home Is n pleas
ure, nui mi expense. You rail luivo n
case delivered by tho Consolidated
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd., pionc 71.
(Continued from Put )
and when the caso came to trial, failed
to appear In court. The woman was
represented by Qulnn, although the lat
ter got nothing for It.
Straus was sent for by ilio court
nnd ordered lo mako good, tho aniount
ho had received. Uut he has not done
so. This morning the matter was up
again, Thomas being before the court
to show cause why he had not paid In
the alimony pendente lite ordered by
tho court. Qulnn, appeared In behalf
of tho llbcllant. Straus was not In
Qulnn made the statement In com!
that Mrs. Thomas Is dying of con
sumption, and possibly would not live
through tho day. Iter husband, a big,
strapping fellow, complained that la
was out of work and unable to earn
anything to contrlbu to tho support
of his djlng wife and llin o children
this notwithstanding (lie I act lhat al
most every able-bodied man lu Hono
lulu has been able to get work since
tho strike commenced. If ho wanted It.
Qulnn told Judge, Do Uolt that all
Thomas does Is to finger a guitar. How
ever, the Judge gavo Thomas two
weekB lu which to get work and earn
some money, giving him at tho same
time a Bcnrchlng lecture for neglect
Ing his offspring,
Tho absence of Straus was comment1
cd tinon nnd tho bailiff scnl to find him
and bring him Into court. Ho did not
come, however. Then the Jurge sent
for tho Attorney Gencrnl nnd asked
htm to take the matter up.
OF THE ELLEFORDS.
To night will bo the last perform
ance of the popular Elleford Com
pany at tho Orpheum for the present
season. Tho same hill as given last
evening, the comedy drama, "The
Town Constnble," which proved to
be as Interesting a ' drama as lias
ever been witnessed on the locnl
stage. Tho piece, which was In
four strong nets, was full of Interest
from start to finish, There were
also several fine scenic effects, all
of which went up to make a most
noteworthy production. The com
pany as a whole were at their best.
"Town Constable'1 Is worth going to
see. The Osborn children gavo one
of their pleasing specialties,
Tho Ellcfords leave' for tho main
land on the Alameda.
Thomas Makanelua was this
morning granted a license by the
Supreme Court to practice law In
all the district coiirts, of the Terri
tory. He was' then Immediately re
appointed District Magistrate of
South Kohala, Hawaii, this being
his third appointment to the posi
tion. D. William Douthltt will resign
his position with the rjeal Etate'Ex
change the. first of June and' take
charge of the outside work of the
Honolulu Gas Co.
The old carpet that has been on
the floor of the ofllco of tho Chief
Clerk to the Governor since the
memory of man runneth not to the
contrary was taken up this' morning
and carted away, and linoleum was
laid in Its place..
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
InJletin Editorial Room Phone 189
These handsome linen suits are
universally worn at dinner in the
Orient and 'all tropical i countries.
Have one made by
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 King Street. Phone 621,
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Ito In Privy Council
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TOKIO, Mny 21 -Prince Ito's resignation ns Resident General of
Korea Is expected in u few dayx. Bono will succeed him at Seoul nnd
lto will become president of the Privy Council ou the rctliemunt of
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PORTO RICANS ARE COMING TO HAWAII.
SAN JUAN ni: PORTO RICO,
Hawaiian planteis Is hero offering
emigrate to Hawaii, passaga paid.
Honolulu via New York,
Thero is no truth In the report that Porlo Rlcana or anyone else
are being offered 'M n month on tho plantations.
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STRIKERS OF FRANCE QUIT.
PARIS, Mny 21 The strfke has been called off." Tliero Is bitter
recrimination among the labor leaders, who are shifting tho blame upon
(Continued from Pa:e 1)
morning thnt the labor situation ou
Wnlalun plantation Is ns heretofore
reported nil Japanese laborer!
being nt work. They had, however,
presented formal loqucsts for In
creased wnges, nlong tho general
lines of the mu on neighboring
li(if Ifitiu ,1 (.titii' nt bnnin IkiImi- liu!
" Walalua, City nnd Counjy of
Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, May 20, lflOD.
W. W. Goodale, Manager Wnlalun
Agriciiltuinl Co., Limited,
Dear Sir: - We beg lo respect
fully ienne.it the following inlxe of
wages: 1. That the wages of Hie
common Held hands, teamHturn, tho
mill hands, tho lunns and of nil oth
er kinds of laborers bo increased by
eight dollars ( ) ) per month of
twenty-six working dajs, Provided,
however, that tlio wages for one
Sunday's work bo pa'.d at the rate
of two days' work of tho secular
week da; and pioyldcd further
thnt the overtime work be paid nt
fifteen cents (l.'c) per hour.
2. That the hour of labor per
day of tho mill hands bo limited to
ten (10) hours n day; and that the
hours worked beyond that bo con
sidered as overtime, nnd ha paid at
fifteen cents Ufic) per hour.
3. That tho wnges of enno enr
rlers nnd cane ctitterH bo Increased
ten rents (lOe) per ton,
4. That tho prlco-of cano raised
ou contract bo Increased to one dol
lar and thirty-five cents UL3&) per
B. That wigar room men's wag
es be increased by (en cents (10c)
C. That tho scatter ratio eon
tract be Increased to ono dollar nnd
thirty cents ($1.30) per ono ton.
In making theso requests we beg
to stato tho following as the grounds
1. Tho ctllcloiioy or Jnpancho la
bor Is equal to labor of other nation
alities, who uro being paid twenty
four dollars ($24) and a cottage, on
good ground besides, and to (hose
strike breakers now employed In tho
Alea nnd Wiilpahu plantations, who
nre' being paid one dollar and twenty-live
cents In nddltton to tho rail
road fare both from nud back to
Honolulu. fc ?
2, Tho prlco of dally necessities
havo Inrreased by 25 per cent since
tho present wugo schedule has been
3, Wo havo decided lo mako Ha
waii our home, In consequence of
which the number -of dependents,
the women und children, havo in
creased, aud there Is a tendency, to
ttlll further Increase.
4. Tiio picsrnt wages nro Insuf
ficient to support our wives nnd
children In decent, respectable con
dition. t. The' number of temples built
and to.be built and supported by the
hi' ' -w
May 21. A representative of tho
S.1D per month to laborers who will'
Sixty Porto Rleiins have sailed for
laborers have Increased, adding lo
the laboient' expenditures.
r. The expeiidltmes for social
intercourse have - Increased In con
fepqucnro of formation of family by
us, the laborers.
7. The laboreiH with family to
support cannot provide fo,a old uge,
the ordinary dally cxpcudltutci nb
soiblng nil the laborer's earnings.
Such being our rcqqeu und tho
grounds therefor, we have (ho pleas
ure to thank ou lu advance for
Jour I. Int uud favorable lonsldcrn
lion. Very icspeclfully jours,
(Slgnid) Oguro Rlnzo, Chu, Tnt
sutaro, Fujlkaku Mngohachl, Ycto
Kl) (mill. Ishll Ushl70, llajasbl Tsu
nejlro, Sekl Shonosuke, Sato Choi. I
ilil, Represcntathes .la pan cue La
borers. Following Willi li Is ulxo given tlio
ropy of Mnnagcr W. W. (loodale'H
Walalua, May 21, 1909.
Messrs. Oguiii Rlnzo. Chu Tutsutii
lo Fujikawa Mngohachl, Yelo
Klvoshl, Ul.ll (Tshlzo, Hayashl
Txuncjtro, SeM Shouosuko,, Sa
to Chohlchl, Repiesentlug the
Japanese laiborers of tho Wnlu
lua Agricultural Co., Ltd., Wal
Dear Sits: Your letter of May
21st Is lit hand, In which vou usk
that the wages of the laboicis ou
t 111 i phiutnllou bo Indented ns fol
lows (Hero Mr. Goodalo repeals lu de
tail the requests of tho letter from
the Japanese. Ed. II u 1 I o t I n.)
In loply I would eay, tho lequests
will receive my inost cnieful con
sideration, uud I will glvo ou nu
answer us soon as It Is jiosslblo for
me to do mi,
(Sgd) WM. W. GOODALE.
Mgr. Walalua Agi'I Co., Ltd.
As President of tho Kwn Planta
tion Company Mr, Tcnnoy nlso stat
ed that the situation nt this place Is
as usual all liamls being ut work
nnd the mill running.
The mo-iihers of tho Jnpaunso High
Wage Association mo busy today ro
cchlns their friends, the fclrlkeis
from tlio nln'itiilons. The four load
lug JapatiSho hotels, tho Yamashlro
hotel, owned by M. Yatinshiro, trcao
liter of tho Illgh-Wago Association;
the Kawasaki hotel, tlio Komtya hotel
and tho Kobayashi hotel, were ciowd
ed with plantation Milkers, who ar
rived latu jCBtcrday afternoon. This
inninlng somp of these people wcro In
vited by their friends lo their houses,
wbeio Ihoy will ho taken caro of,
It Is expected that theio will bo pres
ent town tonight about 3000 .lap in
eso laborers from plantations, Hono
lulu Japaneso aro load) lo tako them
it their homes.
Accitdlng to (lie coiunilBaaiy man
thero weto bought jejtoulay abuui
2500 bags of ilco and socral hunhcj
tubs of toy. Some of these, however,
wero ghen voluutirlly by (ho mer
chants. About $30,000 la said to have
been subscribed to keep tho men,
S. 1 J.1J.
j - IN FOREIGN PORT8 I ARRIVED
C003 I1AY Sailed May 21
llktiie. Mary Wlnklcmnnn, for Honn
VANCOUVER Hailed May 21 i
S. S. Miiramn, for Honolulu.
SAI INA CRUZ Sailed May 21:
9, 3, Mexican, for San Francisco.
SAI.INA CRUZ Arrived May 21:
S S. Mlri-onrlan, from IIIIo, Mny 0.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 22:
Mongolia, henco Mnv 11.
YOKOHAMA SalleiJ Mny 22:
8. 8. China, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed May IS:
8p. John Enn, for Dalnware Ilreak
water, HILO Balled May 21:
8. 8. Enterprise, for San Francisco.
SAN" FRANCISCO May 22:
Fchr. II. C. Wright nnd bktne. Cor
(niacin collided In Iny, slightly
NOTICE tO MARINERS.
Notice Is hereby given that Point
Cnhrillo l.lght-Blntlon will bo estab
lished Juno 10, I POO, on Point Cnh
rillo, about 3ft0 feet fiom Its ned,
about 26 miles NNW'ly from Point
Arena Light-House, nud about 73
miles SE'ly from Capo Mendocino
The light will bo of the 3d-ordcr.
flashing while every 10 seconds, 84
feet above the wntor, 32 feet above
base of tower, nnd should lie visi
ble H7i miles In clear weather, the
observer's eje 1.1 feet above tho wa
ter. Tho tower Is a while octagonkl
frame stiucture with brown trim
mings and Bitrmnunted by a black
c)llndrlcal lantern. It rises from
the rear of n one-story, white, fog
signal building with brown trim
mings nnd red ioof. Three
while, two story, frnmo dwell
ings, with red roofs, stnud nbout KOO
feet E'l) from tho tower; n white
bnrn, with red roof, nnd kevcrnl
small outbuildings neaiby.
The approximate geographic posi
tion of the light, ns taken from
Coaut and Geodetic Suivey Chart,
No. r,70."., Is: Latitude, north, 30
20' CO-); longitude, west. 123' 4!)'
Point Arena Light-House, 170
30' 1 1 no (SSE 15. ning.)
Punta florda. 336" 111' true I.NW
'A N mag.)
The fo signal, u lM-duns com-plessed-iilr
xlica, will loitnil tlmti:
Illas, 2 ee.; Hllent Interval, S sec;
llhibt, 2 sec ; Silent interval, 21 bee.
(List of Lights nnd Fog-Signals, Pacific-Signals,
Pacific Coast. I DOS,
page 21, No. CI, nnd List of Lights,
Iluosy, uud D.iMiuirks, Pacific Coast,
1908, page 37 )
Notice Is also given that the char
acteristic of tho fog-signal ut Hum
boldt Light-Station, California, will
bo (hanged nbout July 1, 1909, to
sound as follows: lllast, I sec; Si
lent Intcival, 20 sec; lllast, 4 see.;
Silent Intel val, 2G sec.
Ily older of tho Light-House Hoard
'Continued from Pace tl
and tho Torrltoiy holding the banks'
checks for the anioYints. Tho de
posits, for tlio most part, therefore,
uro made by simply depositing tho
bnnks' own checks.
All tho deposits mo made subject
to check, tho checks to bo Blgned by
tho Tieasuier und countersigned by
Thu Mutson liner Lurllno cntcicd the
haibnr ut 8 o'clock Inst night and
docked nt her berth half an hour later.
She brought 1400 tons of general car
go. Including live stock for tho Island
ports. According to tho manifest, nliu
brought 900 tons of freight for this
port, 290 tons for Knhulul, uud 210
tons for llllo. The trip down was uu
Sick Cared For,
Tho sttlkors, who woro physically
disabled wcio brought In yestorday
fiom tho plantations and wero looked
lifter by tho Honolulu Japaneso. They
were tent to a hospital, wheio tlio doc
toiH mo Heating them. ExponscH for
their medical attendance will bo paid
but of the "slrlko fund." which was
collected practically from all tho Jap
aneso, Japanese Consul Ceneral Absent.
Japanese Consul General Uyeno, wild
went down to Alea yesterday morning
returned latu joslorday afternoon
What ho did whllo thero, no opu Is
able to Buy It was tumoiod, however,
thai he lohl tho .liiptmeso laborers lo
lenialu lu tho plantation camps, land
ing tho dedalon of tho planters. Ho
WB3 iibient fpr tomo tlnpvfrou the
Consulate, tliia forenoon and hpneo the
mturo of hlu visit down thero emit I
not ho obtained.
Ncgoro, tho EiiglUh adviser of tho
High Wngo Association, staled posi
tively today that tho Japaneso labor
ers cannot bo Influenced by any ono,
except through tho ndvlco of his asso-
sbUsW j-t. , t -.tsflfitil t ' riL
Saturday, May 22
. Sttnr. Mnuna Ken, Freeman, from
IIIIo nnd way porls, 7.50 a, ni.
Friday, May 21.
M N. 8. S. -Lurllne, Weeden, from
Ban Francisco, 8 p. in.
Friday, May 21. '
8tmi. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Maul ami Hawaii, 12 tioon.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Ilenuett, for Maul
nnd Hawaii, 5 p. in.
Stmr. Ltkellke, Nnopnla, for Hawaii,
SMS p m.
J. Toulngson, Mrs. Toulngson, II,
Meyers, Mrs, Meyers, C. C, Crnndell,
P. S. Woolcy, J. SuHon, ftlra. Sutton,
Major II. M. Wheeler, P. Ran. A. II.
Aslclgh, Mrs. Aslclgh, It. Scott, Mrs.
St oil. F. V. Ray, Mrs. Ray, A. Kar
nittc, C. Lambert, W. II. Jnlc, Mrs.
Jale, T. C. Cooyan, Mrs, Cooynn, 15.
A. Leigh, 'Mrs. Leigh, J. W. Em
mans, W. L. Hughson, A. V. Jailer,
J. I'liix. Mis Flax, Mrs. F. II. Ileg
pan, Mis, John Watt, W. P. Ram
IIiih, It. J. Llltle, Chns. Smith, Miss
E. Dulot, Mlsa L. Tatlton, Miss E.
Davis, Miss 15, Moore, Miss Eva
Thompson, Miss Lilly Hull, Miss Ada
Hind, Miss Mary Chester, C. Ches
ter, F, Chester, Mrs. Chester, F. Pol
lard, J. Pollard, T. McNtimnra, II,
Frimer. S. Pun, A. Frletus, 15. Ches
ter, W. Pollaul, A. (building, C.
Slemseu, Mrs, Slemsen nnd two
children, 1)r. f). Day, Mrs. O. Day
nnd three children, Mr. Ilrnmley II,
M. I.amson, Owen-Williams, F. O.
Uojer.K. K. lleiinn, D. Knlnnl, Cnpt.
ElilatH, T. Man Chang, Edwaid Mad
den, Mrs. II. Meiers and Infant,
Chns. K Nolle?, Mrs, Kenton, Mrs.
II. I). Hand. T. 8. Kay. Geo. C. Watt.
S P. Woods, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. M.
Glllnnd, Mis. K. Ilamer and son,
Miss II. Perkins, A. II." liana, L.
Gay. J. Dunkhue. A. Ahrens, O. W.
Kerkaldy, Mrs. Ktrkaldy and child
und muse, C II. llnll, II. Shebn,
Rev. T, Nukaueluu, II. P. Ilaldwln.
Mis. II. P. Ilaldwln, 8. A. Ilaldwln,
Mrs. B. A. Ilaldwln. 11. A. Ilaldwln.
J. N. S. Williams, J. J. Page. D. J.
Flljgciald und two children, W. J.
Coelho, Ah Fat, It. Llllle, Mrs. A.
Kanhliuoku, Mrs. 15. J, lleeres D. L.
Austin, 15. J. Clarke, 15. Daniels, I).
K. Kuhanlello, Mrs. L. K. Simpson,
MUs II. Clnpham.
Per Steamer Mnuna Ken, Free
man, from llllo nnd way ports, 7:60
a. m :
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED if'
I'er stmr. W. O. llnll, for Maul ami
Hawaii. May 21. A. Rlchley, Geo. J.
Campbell, C. II. Ilrown, C. P. Eckart,
C. 11. llapson, Mis. J. Leslie. II. I
Ilolstelu and son. R. W. P. llluett, Dr.
Derby. W. M. Graham. F. M. McStock
er. Mis. J. HouKhlalllng and Ihreo
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul nnd
Hnwall. May 21, Mrs. II, A. Baldwin,
Mrs. J, II. Howell, MIssiEthcl Howell,
A. Oioss. II. Howell. Dr. Raymond.
Mrs. O. W. TnwiiBond, Mrs. T, A. Per
ry und children, John Burroughs, Dr.
Claro Unrrns, F, G. Perrela.
PUlteEH PHILLIPS of th Mmint
Ken, which arrived this morning from
llllo aud way ports, reports the follow
ing sugar on Hnwall, awaiting Hhli
melit: Olaa, 20 934; Walakea, 13,000;
Hawaii Mill, 8000; Walnaku, 4750;
Onomcn, 18,800; Pepeekeo, 9000; Ho
iiomii, 1000; Hakalau, 12,600; Ijmpa
lioilioe, 14,600; Ookala, 4500; Kukil
uu, D. 2240, II. 2C33; Ilamakua, 12,600;
Paaiihau. 6500; Honokna, 9000; Kiikui
haelo, 8100; Punaluii, 11,330; Hnnuanti
'.'.ii ' '
THE MAUNA KKA. which nnlved
from Hawaii, via Maul ports, brought
ono of tho largest passenger lists for
many a day. Her cargo consisted ot
tho following: 1 horse, 1 caso chljk
ens, 0 packages vegetables, 12 '.)i,R
taro. 12 crates celeiy, 6 bagT cocoa
nuts, S pieces ohla lumber, 12 jB(l
eases, 13 bags uwa, 11 empty carboys
1 auto. 27 empty kegs, C3 ban els em!
ply bottles.' 40 (ords wood, 332 pack
ages nun li leu.
2W"For Rent" cards on ti nt
'hn Bulletin olden
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cycrt
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. onn'sj'v, South Si
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. Ltd!,
J.-UH uuu Burcnani bts.
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
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