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1& Perfection th Degree.
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All visiting members of tho
Order nro conllally Invited to
ItOTil meeting of local lodges
.HARMONY LOHUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mee'n ovary Monday evening itl
?:J0 Jo L I). O F Hall, Port Street.
K. U. IIF.MiftY. Secretary.
F. I. YUCKE. N. O.
All visiting brother very cordially
OAHU LODQR, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meta every first and third KM
lay fc'uutiig at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
orpur Fort and llcretunlu. Vlsltlug
Oroiherk cordially Invited to attend.
F. It NWIENT, ,(.'. 0.
11. UUSLINN, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
lln'.-ul-ilii laidgo No. filfl, II. P. O.
I.'lkt, iiimIh in ihclr hall, ou King
Nlr-ei, ne.u- I'm t, ovory Friday ovtu
tiiB. Mating Uiclliem uro lordlull)
tuvituil tu .mend.
K. A. IHlt'TIIII'T, I!. II.
li c i: .sioN, Hoc".
Wta. M'KINLEYLODar, No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hull, cor. Fort urn.' llorctaula. Visit
Ing In Hitlers cordially invited to at
tend. f. m. M.c.m:v. c. c.
E. A. JACOIMUN, IC. R. S.
HONOLULU AEKIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet ou tho 2nd and 4tb WHO
NESDAY evcu.ogi of each inontb at
7. t) o'clock li K of p. Hull, comet
Berctanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Knghei are Invited to at-t-od
W. M Mr COY. W.. Prast.
II. T MOUPK. Secy.
0AWAHAH THIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
M-eu ever Out nnd third Thurs-
ta of e. -h month at Knights ol
P)thtiih Mali. VintlnR brothers cor-
tally liivite.l to attend.
V.r.0 S'.N'DEltSON. Sachem.
i: V. TODD. C of It.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
lin HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
Brown &; Lyon Co.
With HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Yoihir Blrlj;. "
HKS. noSENBERO. YOUNG HOTEL'
' Wong Wong,: '
COWTHACTOIt ami BUILDER.
PLUMBIIia ami PAINTING.
OGke: Honoluln Painting: Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
FIGHT AVERTED IN;
HALL OF SOLONS
But Mayor and County
FjT a short time last nlsht It
sSttned nj If thi'if would bo a real
willing go lictwcon the Mayor and
Supervisor Alolt In fact, most of
tlitwn present were waiting for tiie
vOmmnuil "Shake." Hut nothing In
Hip scrappltig way happened, nnd
what promised to be a real lively
meeting rapidly developed Into n
Alett held the floor most ot tho
time, nnd when Sqpervlsor McClcl
Ian was not engaged In trading hl
icport on the probable rost of run
rliiR the prlon department, he was
busily etiRaRed In explaining to Ay
let that the board would not bo $19,-
000 behind the preposition, but on
1 be other hand would bo navlng
money liy Hie ohangrv that Is, onco
the necessary bluldlngs were com
pleted And as MrClellnn explain
ed, the buildings had to bo erected,
.uid it wns Just as well to do It at
The matter nf a Spanish Inter
preter was then discussed, nnd n Id
ler from Judge Andrade that reads
as folloWH was presented:
"It Ik necessary for the proper
transaction of business to hnvo a
Spanish and I'orto Itlcan Interpreter,
nnd I have only been ahle heretofore
to have business properly attended
to thioiiRb the services ot Mr. Mln
vleiir. Now that he Is not employed
liy the City and County I cannot se
nile IiIb services as such Interpreter.
It Is as well nlso that the court in
terpreter should not he connected
with the police department.
"I would ask that tho board ap
prove his appointment nnd II x his
alary at the sum of $7f per month."
The District Magistrate's sugges
tion was approved of after n long
discussion on the nmount of the sal
ary to be given the Interpreter. Some
of the Supervisors seemed to think
that $7. was too much money, hut
Supervisor Cox pointed out that the
Magistrate was the man who knew
most about the mnttcr, nnd tho Item
Tho rommltteo on public expcndl
tme reported on the resolution pro
viding for the payment of mileage
to Supervisors. Tho report, wlilrb
was adopted, stains that tho com
mittee Is In favor of tickets bcltiR
purchased for the Supervltors from
the outaldo districts to be iifccd In
traveling from their places ot resi
dence to Honolulu.
di:atiis iihing invkstjoation
Denver, Ma 10. The death yes
terday of (' C Hill, sergeant of tho
hospital corps. Twenty-first Infnn
trj, nnd the drath on April 18 of
Prliute McDonald of Company L of
I be name regiment, ns u result, It Is
said, of exposure pt tho rifle rnngo
nt Parker, will result In an Investi
gation Into methods ntFort Logan.
JAPANESE flAMHI.EIlS AU
ltESTED Pasadena, Mny 10. Six
teen Japanese were arrested yester
day lp n raid beaded by Chief of
Police Favour and charged with
gambling, they were put under
J0 bonds each for their appearance
In court today.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the'market. All makes.
Perfumed and PJain. ... ,
Just ask' fdtWkiiHVou
Lchnhardt's Candies always
" 'Kimrnand'Forf Sts.
RING UP '
Levy's for. Groceries
WAHT A WIRE BED?
!HP Go to
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.
Kaplolani Bldg. ,
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto hacks. Fhone 6.
Al, Thurlow of tho noyal, Annct
serves tho finest meals lo tow
The Hawaiian band Rave a concert
at tho Moana.hotcl last cveiilnp. v
Mrs. Nina Frnsqr leaves In iho China
for a vacation trip to tho Stntos.
Tho Walkano 'Domocrntlp cluh will
hold a luau nnd celebration on June 11.
Tako your carriage or automobllf
tr Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., tot
Inter-Island aud O. II. Jt U shipping
books for ealo at tho, b u 1 1 o 1 1 n
offlce, 0 each.
Judgo J W KnliM ot Walluku, Maul,
Is In town, lie arrived this morning
In tho W. O. Hall.
Alexander Hume Ford ds due to ar
rive In Hawaii some time in July, ac
cording to iiurton Holmes.
Anything new, in tho snorting line?
Anything good In tho liquor line? 'You
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
Mac, Uibcrt, who made night hideous
with awful noises, had to pay 11 fpr
the amusement nt tho Police-'' Court this
St. Clair Dldgood of Hnlclwn hotel
Is loavlng fpr the coast In tho near fu
ture. Ho will bo away for about si:;
or seven wcoks.
Dr. J. Uchlda left on the Korea last
evening for Japan, whence he will pro
ceed to Clormany to attend tho World's
J. Anderson was sentenced to nine
months Imprisonment this morning by
Judge Andrade for obtaining a sum pt
money by false pretences.
Slnrj Adelo Case, whoso engagement
to Clans Sprcckets, Jr., Is rumored. Is
well known In Honolulu, hnvlng been
heard here In concert work.
Tho Itoyal School alumni will hold a
special meeting next Thursday, Juno
3, nt the A Pntrla Society ball, coner
Km in a and Vineyard streets.
Klnotal, who was run In under the
vng act, was sentenced to ton days on
tho reef, nnd to pay a flno ot $1, by
Judgo Andrade this morning.
Tho case ngalnst Ah On, charged
with stealing a lot ot carnations,
Is being heard nt the Pollco Court. At
torney Peters Is defending and Clem
K Qulnn prosecuting.
The Roal School alumni will again
this year, on Juno 10, glvo another so
cial hop at the Knights of Pythias hall.
Ilcsldcs the dnncc, refiosimionts will
bo served free dining iho evening.
Seven Chlneso gimlilors who wore
arrested In n raid tai-t night were each
fined $8 this morning at tho Police
Court. An appeal wsh noted and th-j
accused allowed out on ball of $7
Any ono having rents, dividends nnd
other Income to collect, nnd who wish
to bo relieved of the tlmo and -worry,
mnv lenv.j such matters with Ulshnp
Trust Cor and know they will Tocelvo
Among tho nrrlvalc thU morning on
Iho W. a. Hall was Judge J. U Kaul'u
kou of Kona.'Hnwall. He canto down
to attend tho nnnual evangelical con
vention, which meets at Kawnlahao
church tomorrow morning.
W. F. I.chleh. tho rctiriUR Hunorln-
tendent of tho Mutual Telephone Com
pany, was agreeably surprised today
by receiving a beautiful silver fern
dish, a present from his former em
ployees, with their aloha.
Tho annual meeting of 'iho Daugh
ters of Hawaii will bo hold nt'lho resi
dence of Mrs. Ilathshcna M, Allen to
morrow, May 2pth, at '-I p. m. ,All"mcm
bcrs aro urged to attend as business
of Imporlnnco Jk to bo .transacted.
JACK LONDON'B , ,
Own account of the abandon
ment of the voyage of the
8nrka told In a letter to Dr.
E. 8. Goodhue will appear In
Oco. B. McClcllah has ''written o tho
Honolulu Merchants' Association ro
gafdng tho Federal building herb, fetal'
ing that ho has taken tho matter up
with tho Secretary of the Treasury, and
hopes that curly action will bo hud
Norl and Mu Boo wero up cforp
JudRo Andrudo this morning on, a.
charge ot misconducting themselves,
and after hearing tho ovldenco tho
Judgo fined tho man J25 hut allowed
iho lady to depart under a suspended
seutenco of thirteen months.
Jl'urton Holmes, Wright Kramer and
Mr. Burton, undo of Holmes, spent j
strenuous day In Honolulu yestcrdah
They arrtvod In tho Korea and con-
tiuuod their voyago on tho samo ves
sel. It. K. llonlno showed thorn tho
sights in u, big automobile during 'tho
Tho annual ovuugullcal convention
wU bo held at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning In tho Kawaiabao church. TJh'e
Island pastors and delegates havo fil-'
ready arrived fropi Hawaii and Maiil,
hut thu rost of thorn will come In to
morrow morning In the steamer Muutia
Koa. Tito Kauai pasU)rB,.and 'dole
gates will also arrive tomorrow morn
ing, whllo tho Mojokat people will
como In on Sunday morning.
J. O. M. Sheldon, the brother ot
Hon, W. J. Sheldon, who Is u noted
Hawaiian editor, expects to rupvo to
l-lbue.iiia short time tm, h Is' pres
ent 'rosldencc, whefo ho will edit tjio
Hawaiian edition of tho Gur.do'a Is"
lund, soon to appear Ho Is ttp iij
thor of tho celebrated Hawaiian,
novel, "Koolnu," 'describing the nil
y'tittirin of the nnled leper outlaw
of thnt nnmo on this iilatul In the
last century. Garden Island.
HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, MAY
OUR MINISTER TO CHINA
WASHINGTON, May 27 It Is roportcd here thnt Prnfossor Jere
miah W. Jcnks of Cornell University Is being considered for tho np
polntmenl ns Minister to China, to succeed W, W. Itockhlll.
YOUNG SPRECKELS TO WED MISS CASE.
PAWS, May 27 --It Is rumored here that )oung Clnus Spreckcls Is
onRHRrd to Miss Mary A, Case. Miss Caso Is n musician from Portland,
Miss Case visited llonnlulirwlth Mrs. E. T. Wonlherrcd nnd gnvo
n concert In the Opern llousr. f
m i i m
GOVERNOR HASKELL INDICTED.'
TUIjSA. Oklahoma, May 27. -Former Governor Haskell has been
Indicted for complicity In the town-lots frnuds,
1 up i
MURDERERS WILL BE HANGED.
MANILA, May 27--Threo natlo, who muidcred Dr. Jones of the
rield Mlisflihl, btive been sentenced 'to (tenth.
DISCHARGE OF FIFTY,
(Continued from Pa;e 1)
Tho resolution passed unanimous
ly by tho planters and npentR rep
resenting four hundred ,and seventy
five thousand tons of sugar In worth
"Resolved, It Is the sense of this
meeting that the plantations repre
sented In this nsFOclatlon mnko no
concession to the striking employes
In tho nature of IncretBcd componsn-i
Hack of this Is believed to be n
great strike fund of millions that
will be held In readiness to meet
emergencies on any plantations on
nny Island that Is made the object
of attach by Agitators nnd their
In nil the discussions of tho meet
ing of planters and managers there
wan a manifest sentiment for fair
play with tlio workmen of tho plan
tations. No desire was shown In any
section jo refuse the worklngmen
their Just due. On the other hand,,
there was the most vigorous expres
sion from ovory island against tho
ARltatora nnd the sort of campaign
that had been carried on in mis
leading tho laborers and striving lo
deceive Iho public.
The Agitators will go to work
with renewed energy, lint their
cause Is a falling one. They can
not hold the support of tho Japan
ese merchants been use tho latter
must soon fate failure It tlioy are
'forced to continue contributing
food to tho strikersj nnd thcro nro
no Japanese workmen on the plan
tations, to buy (heir goods.
Chinese Taro Planters
The Chlneso taro Hnd rlco plant
era claim to bo short of men. Their
taro planters and the rlco planters
havo deserted them nnd gone to
work on tho plantations. The wag
es ot fl.SO a day, which tho sugar
plantors nro paying to thotr strike
breakers aro sn attractive that sono
decided to quit their Chinese bosses
mid work for tho haoles.
Ono of tho pol men stated this
morning thnt 'three ot his men hud
gone to work on tho plantations be
cause tho planters wero paying Jl.TiO
a day. Ho stated that ho could pot
afford to glvo bs men that wage.
He tried to hold back his men by of
fering them about S2t! n month
each, but they refused to listen to
Price of Poi May Go Up,
Under tho circumstances, It Is ap
parent that tho prlco ot pol will bo
raised. Two of the proprietors of
pol shops tald this morning that tho
prlco ot pol will bo raised if the
Chinese taro planters continued to
work In plantations.
$18 Per Month Idea Is Exploded.
A statement haa been given but
rhotrfn,g tho rata of wages earned by
Japancso laborers on Kahuku, planta
tion for tho six monthH''cn!llug Apill
30, 1909, and completely refuting tho
$18 a month misrepresentation::
Cutthi c.tn&, 'men . . . , po $31.20
j-OfUllrg, cano, men 16 3S.40
Loading cane, women 'G 24.1S
Trackmen ...,, lb 33.54
Mill men .....51 23.24
AM) women '..'...,.... -4 jf.'OO
Stcam'-Jilow plowmen 9 23.00
Sundry speclnlrrtto .. ..,,.,.40 25.50
T'ifamstcrH . . . . ! 10 24. 16
DUphrnen ..,,,.,,, 24 21.14
Day nurBfy (women f..,., 4 15,00
29& moh'8tpeclafltateHas abovo; 10
men cano cultlVaUne'ctihtraCtOrs, will
probably earn 90c a day,'(i84 men Held
hands at, jKlS.OO pof- month of 20 days.
Total ,ipen on payroll, 398,
-51 women Spoclal .Raton a.s. abovot 8
probably earn 70c por day; t63 women
field handb at tl4.0O,.pur month of 20
In New Woolens
just arrivedlJilhe"S, S. "Alameda.
These 'embrace the very latest pat
terns in materials for men's stylish
dothin&v 'Readyfor inspection.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
Xinfc Street, opp. Advertiser Offlce.
)days. Total women on payroll, 127.
Of the nlmvo SI men described ns
field hands, 69 men for Irrigating over
tlmo, earned 20c per day, or $."1.20 per
month, extra, making their total wages
$23.20 per month of 20 days, leaving
only 15 field men cnrnltiR $18.00 per
t Of the nbovo 6. women described
nn field hands, 13 women lor Irrlgitim;
overtime, earned 1 6c per day, or $3.90
per month, cxtui, making their total
wnges $17.90 icr month of 20 Jays,
leaving only 20 field women earning
$14.00 per month.
Mnnngor Arlntns, who Is "In town
today, explains thnt tho figures for
overtime aro not nn nverngo for six
months, but npply only to tho period
when overtime Irrigation Is neces
sary for climatic reasons. As n mat
ter of fact, tho men were receiving
these overtime wnges when tho strike
occurred, nnd this overtime Is usual
during the dry months ot the sum
mer nnd fall.
Strike Agitators Talk.
"Tho Japanese strikers will stand
pat nnd will not give up their position
to tho bluff of tho Planters' Associa
tion." Kdltor Soga of the Nlppu JIJI, tho ag
Itntlou organ, made tho above state
ment this morning, when Interviewed
at his oRlcc on Hotel street. Ho says
tho Jnpancsc laborers will nut go bank
to work, unless given better wages by
tho planters. In order to suiiporl their
contention, the leaders of tho Japanese
hlghcr-wngo association will discuss
thn strlko situation today with n view
of presenting their, suggestions ,for thu
approval by tho meeting to be held to
night nt Pnwan.
Bonio of the leaders bold that tho
Ktllkers. can bold out nt least for six
months, Thoy claim they can oven
hold up tho plantations for n year.
Kveiy .litpnncso, regirdless of lilt
position In lite, Is contributing to tho
"strlko fund." Tho smillcsl nmount
of money collected from the humblest
Japanese, Itls said, was threo dollars
each. Tin merchants, the professional
men, tho mechanics, hotel pcoplu and
olhor classes of laborers, havo been
contributing to the "strike fund."
Those, who did not hnvo money gave
hookupus of various things which nro
Tho geisha girls, according (o those
In position to know, gavn almut thirty
eight bas of rlco fop tho support of
Stnco tho strlko commenced on this
Island, tho tanomuHhi clubs havo closed
llejr doors., Tho promoters of these
clubs are fundless nnd likewise the
depositors are wondering where and
bow thoy can get their money back.
ThoBQ who Jiavo advnncod thn' money
aro practically put out of commission,
ainj Hioso whq wore fortunato In draw
ing their ,Fhnto, before tho strlko, nro
laughing ut tho rest, Thoso wio lost
money In tunomosbl business aro told
that ii largo portion of their Individual
Jpss Jias guno to tho support ot tho
strikers. Although the tnnomoshl pro
po(qrH.bao demanded that idiarcbold-c)-8
mako (heir deposits, they wero ro
ppatedly refused., Tho Honolulu tano
mosll people spp jupro trouble nheail
and (t Is.sald they will .close their bus
lnes(i, before it becomes worBO
Strlkers' Meetlnn Tonlnht.
Tho leaders of tho strikers will hold
a meeting tonight on King street at
Pnwna. It w ho held In tho Ouchl
camp. The speakers will bo selected
by Iho IcadciH of tho lilgher-wago asso
ciation. According ,Ui some of them,
it Is uxpvotci) tq havJ a number of
speakers from mining tho strikers, An
other meeting will bo held tomorrow
il(jht at Kukaako, provided, however,
that Aala Park can not bo gotten for
that purpose Should Mayor Fern, who
will undoubtedly bo usked for tho uso
o( Aala Park, consent, tho meeting
will bo held thero tomorrow night, In
stead of nt Kukaako.
Certain Japancso merchants, stated
today that tho strlko problem will prob
ably bo left to (bo arbitration commit
too, to bo apiiolnted by the Jnp4noso
Ht u meeting to bo called fur thut pur
poto. Thoy bolloMi It Is Iho only w.
to botllo tho plllkiu between tho plant
era and lubororB.
Tho strike breaking business lH go
ing ou In perfect organized nlo Hn
nnlulu, Oahtt and Rwa plant-itlous aro
being huppllod with nil the labor want-
mm w m n
IN FOREIQN PORTS
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Friday, May 28.
SAN lltANC'ISCO Arrived May 27;
Scr. Defender, from Hoiiiilpu, Mny 1.
SAN KIIANPISCO Sailed Mny 28.
S. S, Virginian, for Honolulu,
MONTKIIBV Arrived Mny 28:
' tlosecraiis nnd Falls of Clyde, henco
SHOPPING NEWS '
New vclthiRs nnd chiffon scarves.
Whitney ft Marsh's.
WlroloBB It to other islands, to In
coming nnd out-going steamers. Kates
aro low. Wireless Telegraph offlce on
Fort street below Merchant.
Juno bibles! When you stirt house
keeping bo Biiro to get tin IMdy Ucfrg-
orator. Sold hv Tbqo. II. D.ivles &
Co., hardware department.
For advertising Idea, and for adver
tising rnles for nny newrpaper In the
Islands, consult The Chas. it. Frazlcr
Co., 122 King street. Phono 37J.
neaullful now stock of pajatuns at
Suva's Toggery. Mnteilals or silk
madraii, mercerized cottons, flannel
otttB, etc. King street near Fort.
When you buy wood or coal why ni.t
buy from n reliable, responsible doalei.
Instead of some iieddler? We guaran
tee every load nnd glu you full valiio
for yqur money. Unlon-Pucllc Trans
tor Co. Phono 68.
PALI ROAD IS NOW
Oiling Of King Street
Will Be Finished
The mad department l now busv
putting Into good shape the I'.ill
roHil, which Is b.idlj inn down ami
cut up Fur the past ten dn,s lload
Supervisor W'llfon linn been busy
moving his force anil eiiulpiuent to
a point on the Pntl mail near P. (.'.
Jones' plnie. The new plant Is now
set up nnd the lalnim me nt work
mncudnmlzlng the load fioiu that
point down toward tho elect) Ic light
power station, this being the worst
stretch of load.
Thr. oiling of King street wilt be
completed today, mid the tliinough
faic wilt bo open on both lilde.-i for
trafllc shortly. During the month of
April tho department oiled l,517 feet
of rond, 21 1-2 feet wide u total of
13,530 squaio ynidn, at u cost of $3,
800, or .11 cents n yard.
During the month of May 5, .".".:,
feet of loud, have been oiled at n
cost of $3,:i:i3.9U, or 3 I ceiiis a yard.
Tho Increased cost per yard, the
lload Supoi visor says, Is owing to
tho lulltig of tho Hoad Committee
thnt tho tenmstcis need not go to tho
stables lo hitch up until 8 o'clock.
Instead of being obliged to have
their teams on tho Job ut that hour
as ordered by Wilson. This tilling
has Increased the rost of macadam
izing about Unco rents per yard.
MORE THUGS ARRESTED.
(Continued from Vast 1)
vent Ills nppenraiig as u witness
against bis nssnllaiits.
Ollcbl was ordered by Judgo Robin
son to bo placed In tho county Jail Up
on nnldiivlt by High Sheriff Henry that
Iho wounded Jnpiuicto is in fear of his
life and thnt, If it-leased from tho hos
pital ut Waipuhu, ho would he pre
vented from uppcnilug as u witness
against tho Thugs who assaulted and
nearly murdered him.
Kvery effort is being made lo np
prebend nil who had nny part lu the
assault ou OIchl, Yesterday Attorney
Kinney, accompanied by Japanese In
terpreter Chester Doyle, ng-iln went
down to i:vn to collect ovldenco
ngaliiat thu Thugs and Agitators.
ACQUITTKI) OF HHIININH
STOIIKRedwood City, May 10.
P. J- Sullivan of San lliuno, who
was 'arrested on Fchrpnry 8 on n
charge of having set II ro lo the rs
lablishmcnt of n ilval grocery llrm,
Dcbcnedctti llrnthors, was iiiiiultted
lu n few minutes by u Jury this
K jfJt Jtrntit X it .i . K it M
ed, Ilctweop twolvo and III toon hun
dred .men go "down tho country" ovory
day. Tho trains leave so that Iho men
am nt tho plantations early, aud tho
gangs nro orginlzed periuiineiitly m
that UboiVra nio bet Jit thu task fur
which thoy nn best fltli'd. nnd return
to the samo Hold each day
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cvcm
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
.' Kin St. opp"vo South St. J
i ' '
Fildny, May 2K.
i stun-. V. (1. Hall. Thompson, from
Hi, wall nnd Mitul' pints, 5.30 u. m.
J " ""departed I .
Thursday, Mny 27.
Slmr. Mttkotl!, Denny, for Poarl Har
bor, p. in.
Slmr. Mlkahala, Tullett, for Kauai,
6:40 p. m.
P. M S. S. Korea. San.lJiorg, for tho
Orient, fi p. in.
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J DUE TODAY I
l'" C'.-A." 8. 8. Mnnttna, from VIcl.Hla.
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Per Btnir. W. O. Hall, from Kan
Komi and wny jKirts. ltov. J. N. Ka
moku, Itev. C. Klkiichl, Itev. F. Me
Corrlslon. Itev. .1. Kenln. S. W. Kiinl.
A. Ilnlll, J. Tovcs, .1. B. Ward, Mist II.
Ackcrmnn. T. O'llrlcn, Mrn. 11 M.
Bclinni'lri, C. II. Ilrimii. T. M. IlniTl
Kiti W. Muller, Itev. .Ins. Upchurch, S.
Kubla. J L. Kniiluknu, Mrs. J. N.
Koomon. Mrs. II. L. Knwewehl. II. I..
Kiiwewebl, Mrs. 8. Lifter, T. Okiimurn.
Mis. A. Mnhlal. Mrs. It S. Il'iker. I).
Ali-iwn, Mrs. I). Alawn. Miss M. Mill
lei. .1. W. Kalua. F. W. Prise, (1. C.
Smithies, W. II. Field, Dr. It. II. Dine-
i PASSENGERS BOOKED I
I'cr 8. S. I.urllue. for San Francisco,
May 2S. in h. m. Mrs. (lartley. 4 rhll-dr-'ii
ami servant. I). I.. Wltbhigtnn
and wife. Miss Tnrlelon, Stephen Pe
rm Icli, Mrs. Pccarlch. F. K Haley,
Mm J. A. Cooper, Miss Cooper, C. II.
Hitchcock, Hazel It. Perklni. W. T.
Lucas mid wife. Miss N. A. Randolph.
Mrs. Howcn nnd daughter, II. W.
Orcen. W. F. Lehigh nnd wlfo, Mrs. .1.
II. Montgomery, Albert Parsons, Wil
liam Owens, Mrs. J. II. Castle. Mis.
Margaret Crulg. Mrs. F. W. WllllitniH
nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 8, A. Bald
win. Slis, James II. Uivo.
I WATERFRONT NOTE8
' TUB STHAMKi: W. O. Hull, which
look the run of the Manna l.oa, arrived
this mtirniug, bringing 5000 hags sugar,
170 bags t'offee, I! hags beans, 10 b.iga
Jap taro, 10 bags ginger, 9 burela
j ears. 9 rases pearH. 7 rnwH water
lemons. l,i liuuelics bananas. 9 caies
drlid fish, 7 crates fish. 103 pieces koa
lumlu r. 2 bundles hides, 6 horses, I
mn'e. Ill calves, lit slieop. 1 dog, "
trnleH pigs, l." eia,leH rblckens. I hogs.
2 empt) gasoline drums, 180 packages
Till: MATSON liner l.urllno, C.i
tain Wooden, will le-ivu for San Fr.m
chco tomi.riou' afternoon nt 0 o'clock.
Sh wilt take n large shipment ot sug
ir, pineapples and other island pro
duets. Hir propeller, which was dam
aged dining her tilp down, was refitted
yesterday, letting minor repairs to tin
made, preparatoiy to her departure to
LIMINE WILL SAIL
Work of replacing the broken rudder
blndo ou thu Mntsnu liner Liu
lino wus completed nt 4 o'clock jesler
dny afternoon, though Iho new pait
only iirilveil on Iho Koiea and was not
unhMiIed until .11 o'clock esterd.iv
morning. lirly In the morning the
ship was prepared for tho Job A
gloat quantity of oil was pumped out
of thu stern, and n large cm go of sug ir
wus loaded lu at the bow. Thus thu
big ship imked her nosq down Into thu
water In gieat shape.
Long before thu extra blndo had been
unloaded, tho rtutn of tho I. in lino bad
been "hiked" well up Into Iho air ami
it was n comparatively simple t-ak lo
mnko thu lltt Ings.
Tho l.uijinu has still limn tuns of
rngiir to load on board, but fiibllo &
Cooke, agents for tho Mntscm Naviga
tion Co., piom(so (hat kIio will hall
promptly at r, o'clock Saturday even
(Continued from Ps 1 )
Wabl'iwa Addition lo tehool build
ing. Several hundred new desks for thn
vuiious schools mo asked for. The Sup
oiliitendeiit'wantB u ilow bcIkmiI bulli.
Ing,at Kahuku, u now eultngu at Kua
tiwu, vo nt Kalliuu a two-room udill
tloil nt U'alpahu, n tour-ioom building
nt Walalu.i mid n ll-ioom school
building to lephtcu thu present Kaulu
welu school, which consists or loin old
luilldiugu In ciitmpcd iuarters.
Thu Janitor list will run up, ut pres
ent figures, lo !271 a month, und It Is
evidently expected that tho Comity
shall pay them Alteguther the amiiiiut
tho Cpvmt) will huvo to siiend lo tako
edie of Its schools is somewhat stun-
Ilnif Supeilniendeiit Mahbltt piobibly
will mil gel nil hp MtH for. but thn
amount that Imperatively must b(l ex
pended will glvo tho Supervisors tsouie.
thing jo think about for u whllo.
1S5 edtnrlal rooms 5(J hunt,
nets officii. Trete aro the telephont
numbers of the Bulletin olflce.
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