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fcVUNlMa BttU.RtrN. HONOLUUt) T. II., MONDAY, MAR. 28, 1010.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting meinbcn of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' otw A"
EKEFIC1AL ASSOCIATION, ciationa cor
' HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
f:80 in 1. 0. 0. I llnll, Tort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. K. MCCOY, Noblo Oiaud.
'All visiting brothers very coidlally
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
ttr evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
wrner Tort mii'I Ueretanla. Visiting
.mthir urn, iv Invited to xttend.
V 10NE3. C. C.
I UE1ND, K. R. S.
BONO" i.U LODGE 616. B. P.OJE.
Iiunuiulu Lodge No. 616, II. J. p.
U'.ks, meets In their ball, bnUCIng
61 reoi. tu-hr Fort, every Friday even,
log. Molting Brothers are cordially
InvltMil 'i. uuud.
I- V DOUTHITT, E. R.
'i ' GASTON, Soc'y.
HAWAII A r. I RIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meet r rirst and third Tnurs
f)k ni -h i month at Knights of
"P.vifciK " ,i. v tsltlng brothers cor
(tally Inviieil to attend,
1. HiaOlNS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
'J lONOi: I 0 AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
H'U nn the 2nd and 4th WED
NtlSli iv .unlngs of each month at
n In IC. of r. Hall, corner
ind Fort streets,
ni, Eagles are Invited to at-
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec
Wm V ICII.CY LODGE No.8,K.ofP.
, -' 2nd and 4th Saturday
.10 o'clock in K. of Pi
i t and Dcretanla. Visit-
vutik "ordlally Invited to at-
II TAYLOR. C. C.
i IACOBSON, K. R. S.
f I oni tin) Union IHi-c-
iho bolt will huvel full
in m Kit ns will bu niotu balls'
J if Jim deal nt tliu Met
ii ..ul(Lt. Tolc)liono 13.
bent plnco to get or typo.
v. Iter cluanvd or icpalicil Is at Wnll,
Nichols Co, Ltd All work guuinii'
Pumpernickel at the I'.ilm Cnfo Is
mailo after u CJcriuuti icclpo uiul Is
superior to any sold In tho clt). Hotol
ttieet near Union.
Ocntlemunli toilet urtlcICs mu to lit
luiil In gnat viirbt) ut Heiison, Smith
& Co., Ltd, coiner of Hotel mid J'urt
strools. Tho prices are reasonable.
Tlio ten dollur excursions to lluklwa
and tho plneupplu and sugar pluuti
tluns, Inuuguruted l Hid O.iIiii Hull
way ami l.unil Com puny .no lopulur
Tho Gcncial AiIIiiii clgm Is liund
muds, with mi Havana llllur, iind lias
a Sninntm mapper Its iullilm.ss ami
nininn make It mi tde.il tmoko for this
Killed in At' Wreck - 1V
Ini., Mm II Alfied 1) MlllKir,
hecrctnr) of a ii.illv imiiimiiy of thh
Jt, was Mlliil. end .lolin Gelsel.
vJhimi 'lioinii l nl Mlllinoiit, Minn.
miih Hi'rloiiHl) liunuil In .'in niiiumo
Mltl nn IiIi-iii lu-ii' ind.iv
i&k '' '
.MFlStftiun who iiiciiiiii i in "iow in
c(J(IiiCii ih pate haunt any o.iuso in
jjrilJtJo'(;r Ids wlCo Jiim ilnjcaunn Mm
ilieuusiu low uvuuiv iui u uau wwiieu
INVITATION TO CITIZENS
ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
I WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON MARCH 31ST, 1010
We have cngnucd nn EXPERT COOK, who has had lone experi
ence m this woik in all the promin:nt hotels throughout this Territory,
contitllim; the kitchen woik. It Is our intention to cain a reputation
ioi imuioviiiK the ORIENIAL MEALS and CHOP SUEY business in this
I All natrons aic cordially Invited to inspect our Culinary Establish.
Kent, v.hich is very neat and clean.
THE HONOLULU CAFE,
NO. 79 HOTEL STREET. NEAR FORT STREET
WE HAVE WITH US ! local and general
AT THE YO'JNG.
Monday, March 28.
J Schwartz, 1. II Hunlln. Seattle,
Wash., N. T Stiie. La (1 nge. Ind.;
C. 1) Connel, I.os Anmles, Cal.: T,
(licne-i, Sun I rancli'co; Miss D. Ore
nrs, San Ftanclsco: .1 A Ellis, Chi
cago, 111 , l: A. DaWs, Ilcikelcy, Cal.;
Mr. mill Mrs. 0. V. Whltconib, Kan
sas CIt), Mo.
Sunday, March 27,
L. n. Dorc.ko KIIjiic.i: Mis. W. II.
KIci-, I.llme, Miss I.. P.iimiiis, Santa
Rosa, Cnl., Ml-K E. like I.lliue; 11. 1)
lialdtln Kntiul; Mr. and Mrs. F. (lay.
Mnlcuwell; Einerl Gu, Mnkani'll: J.
A. NcUon, New Orleans; V. (1. Tint-
hope, TaLiimn; V. .1. 0. Allan Van
comer, 11. C; 0 (1 iiniicliael, E I).
Fox, W. T. Knrliu- 0. .1 Yi-ngar. V.
Uayton, C. II Kent C .1 Arhworth
.1 Djki-o, It T llon.ulks. E C llebsi.
Monday, IViarch 28.
I). I) Oregorj. Mr. mid Mis. I). I).
SliuncwBj, TnjIorWlle, 111.; II. -M Tho
mas, San Frnnckco; Mr. uml Mrs. J.
C. Skinner, Dcmcr, Colo.; Mr. and
Mrs. F. Ellermnti, I'lmnilona, C.il.; Miss
L. Ellermnn, Pasndena, C.il.
Sunday March 27.
A. O. Rcsnitt, J. Porter, V. J. Mann-
ban. W .1. Juntz, V. 0. Warren, W. J.
Nightengale, E. E. Lman, Walulua.
Mes8is. nucknorth and Shnupo trn-
ellng passenger ngents icprestntlng
two large inalnlnnd tr ins continental
inllwnj Njstenib, who tecreted Ihein
selves aboard the Hiinibuig America
Line" steamer CloHluiid upon the do
pnrtutu of that esstl fioin this port
for-San rrunclsco uro dccluied by tho
Attorney Oeneral's department at
Washington to )iao committed no vio
lation of the- co unwise shipping lawn
In-taking patsigu on n foreign esscl
pi) lug between two American ports
for the lenson that the men shipped
at Honolulu ns an-ht-Mit urkers.
The contention of Collector E. ft.
Stncknhlo that these nun should be
subject to tho pu incut of it two him
dred ,dollar,pciinlty Is not backed tin
by n report coming from Attorney
Tho department ha beeu bhown that
tho trip was incident to thu work of
ii tuivellng passenM'i ngent, ami Unit
I he weio not piling passengers and
that they slguul ns assistant pmseia.
A silver cup has been donah d for
the hlcjclo nice which Is to be run on
Sumlay, next. The donor does not wish
to hnf'e bis u mie published and he
stipulates that the cup be won twice
by the samo iium before It becomes
k 13 i
The value of the classified ad it
that it carries a real message to the
reader. It specifies something that
the reader is interested in learning
and for this reason the return from
classified advertising is instantane
ous. To get immediate returns in
Hawaii use the Bulletin.
There Is no Boda water quite as
good as Arctic Phone 537.
rSeated Autti for hire. Phone 13
.lames Uaker. Yotrig Hotel Stand.
Telephone 603 u ha6 Laundry
called for and delivered quick
Call on Mlko Patou at the Encore
Saloon foi i dtafl of Fresh butter
New Ice Cream and Confectionery
Pnilor. Harrison Illock, Ueretanla
' Pay your personal tax (poll, road
and school) before April 1 and save
the penalty of ten per cent.
Ihcie will lie ii sjinpliony Orchestra
practice toiuonow Tuesday Sflth lit the
Kllohaiia Art Rooms nt S p. in.
Time spent nt the Fashion Saloon Is
time pleasantly spent. This place is
sometimes known as the Two Jac,:s
Tom Linn, who left his horso untied
on the streets was ordeded to piy n
lino of C by Judge Andrudo this morn
The band will play llils ufternoon nt
11)0 Children's lawn egg lolling party
at tho (loernor's residence on Puna
lion street. v
Three drunks appeared In tho police
court this morning and two of them
were fined $1 each; the other was sent
over till Mnrch 30.
Visit Jack Robeitn at the Kentucky
.Saloon when jou waul liquid refresh
nient. You will get goo.! goods and
courteous treatment there.
When not feeling right buy some of
our siphon soda with fresh milk, or
Pure distilled water at the Consolidat
ed Soda Water Works. Tel. 71.
Thlrt eight cuscs fuccd Judge All'
drade ttlils Wrnlng at the pollco court
but must of them wcro gambling or
fences and were tried In a bunch.
Mrs. C. L. nickerson for un-todate
millinery ut reasonable prices. Tho
only ono that docs acrordcon pleating
In Honolulu, urccn stamps, too, lor
Letters belonging to Frank K. kuu
all have been found and left at tho
l)u lie tin ofilcc. They will bo giv
en 1 1) thu owner If ho tails ut this
Twenty-three Chlncte gamblers wcro
fined 8 each for plajlng u game of
chance. Judge Audrnde attended to
tho matter mid Chief McUunio sup
plied the evidence.
Mrs. Auoiiu.i Mnnu died last night
at S o'clock at the residence of hei
daughter, .Mrs. E. K. Ooo Kim, Fun
eral 'sCrlccs will be held this after
noon from.tJie TuwnBend Undertak
ing parlors at 2 o'ql'ock.
The, Cliltiese Triangular Leagua
fgulnif yesterday wus between tho Mill-
dtH nuIlVlncjnrds, and it was won by
the formei b n seoio of 7 to t!. Next
week tho Vine) arris will play (he Lib
eiUes, anduanotlier close gamo is an
ticipated. According to W. O. Smith, the "Call
of tho Senatu" will huvo to ho exceed
lnlj; btrenuoiis for him to accept tho
candlriateshtp as a senator. Ho denies
that he Is out for tho honor although
his nlimo has been included nmoug
those slated for senatorial work.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
THE OCRANIC Heinibhlp fkrra
Cnptaln Itoudtclto In comiinnl Is dtia;
to arrho at Honolulu on Friday. Prior
to sailing from San Fianclsco on last
Rntur.inv thn vnil roninlGlnl u trial i
run which piovcd highly satlsfaclorVCt-
In oveiv lmtlculnr. The liner sailed
Mill, tni-imn l,,,,lr..,l m.annL'Pra nil 1
a goodly shipment of freight. Included
In the cabin list of pisseniers was a1 Captain Siundcis ha been on the
party of Iloston tourists who will re-'Pann'ri-i run ever since his dlsigrce-
main In the Islands for bovcral weeks,
ONE HUNDRED tuns of general car
go from the Orient will anlve her
on or nbout Salutihy morning b the
Pacific Mall Intel medlato steamer
Chlin. This esscl nil Ime accom
modation for nbout thirty passengrs
and the liooklngs thui fir received nt
the agency or H. Hickfel 1 ft Compiuy
Indicate that alt nppllcunts will I13 Ink
en care of on tho trip to the coast.
I1RINOING DOWN general enrgo for
local tniiortqrs the Ameilcau sn.p .mini
Em sixteen days from Snn Francisco
an I veil off the port this morning The
csscl will proceed to dlsihnrgq and
will take on a large shipment qf su
gar for the Sugar Factors Company.
The ".ossel will sail for New York.
FROM VANCOUVER AND Paget
Sound polls, tho Can idlan Australian
stejmei- Malta!, foiinerly known us
tho M low era will arrho at Honolulu
entoute lo Suvu an 1 Australian ports
It Is understood tint thu essel 1
bringing quite a number of passengers
THE LITTLE AUXILIARY schoon
er Flaurence Ward Is loading general
tiippllcs at tho wharf preparatory to
sailing for Mldvnv sliuid tomorrow.
Tho vessel will take fi eight uml pro
visions to the cable slutlon
AROUT FOUR hundred tons of su
gar ballast has gono Into tho American
ship Foong Suey und that vessel will
probably get nwnj for Eleelo tomor
row. The Foong Suey will load nt th3
Kaunl port for Now- York.
A SHIPMENT or ten thousand cases
of kcinsenc oil Is going out of the Ame
ilcan bilk Andiew Welch and that
windjammer will piobably Kino the
Huckfeld whaif foi Pearl Hiubor to
FUEL OIL will bu biopght down
hcio by the Ameilcan Btenmer Sunta
Rltn whloli ve3.!l is roiiortcd to hive
sailed finm Port Kan Luis for Ilono
lulu on last Friday.
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Kotea is
scheduled to Mill lor Japan ports an.l
Hongkong nt (lvo o'clock this evening.
Tho CbsU Is moored ut Alakeu street
THE INTERISLAND hteiuner Keau
hou litis gono 011 tho mailnu railway
for 11 cleanliiB' and leiialnllng. The vck-
set will go Into commission again to
THETIS SAILOR ,
A sullor named Lundgrnu, who h
u member of the crew of the levcuuu
(utter Thetis, now l)lng In the hai
bor, met with an accident this morn
ing which resulted in his being
taken to the Queen's Hospital In u
scnil-coi.stlous condition, buffering
from a badly lacerated biulp.
Luiidgicn was attending to lit
duties oil dcik when a block railing
from u urd-aim struck tho sailor
on the head.
It Is believed that Luiidgicn will
not suffer berlous conscquci.ccs from
This afternoon ut one o'clock a Juu-J
unesu named Mntsumolo, who was sit
ting ui tho seat (if a wagau, attempt
cri to back his vehicle to thu side near
tho itsluunrket, and managed In some
way to get In front of n Rapid Transit
Thu Japanese was thrown out on
his heud und sustiitucd 11 bad scalp
wound. Ho was brought ou tho car
to the coiner of Uethcl street, where
thu jollco patrol wagon wuh meet.
The man was convened to thu Queen's
Hospital ami admitted for treatment.
' e T 1
His Exoulleucy tho Chinese. Consul
callqd jipou,fitlngSeCctury Cooper
of the Promotion 'Connnlttce tjil
inoriilng iind Uskod If ho might have
u pleeo of J he lava fiom Klla'uc,i
now bell ir ijlsplii)td In the window
01 l,ho Piomotioii Committee's, n III to.
His Extclkuu) slated Unit ho wish
ed to h'avo u gold plate oiigravcd 11111I
Inserted in tho block, bothat when
Prlnee Tsui llao, who Is 011 his wuy
lo tho Hlalqs, p.ibses tliiough I It Ib
ill), (ho blink of lava will be pie
bellied to him an u mi'liiento of I1I4
kit lo Hawaii. ' ,
A block or lava weighing some
six 1 minds was piiyentcd lo the Chi
ii'(..i Cunnil, ami Hits will have a
gold pl.t I e, Hiiltubl) I'lisi'i'lhi'il with
fbe ilute of thu visit mid n brief l,n
bciliitlnu ni In wliPie llu lava camn
from. Prince Teal Hao Is on liU
way to tha fltatoi to study military
MID-OCEAN TRANSFER OF .
(Continued from Pace 1)
Ing to oiler In tho way ut conjecture
According to prlvnlc letters lecclvol
hero fioin Captain Sandbcrg the form
master of tho Korea., ho has stutol
'hat no was compelled to rcniain
ilUIHII ! OVir OnO roilllll III I IIW1IIS u I
the very serious illness o tils wiip.
moiit with n Dr. I ewlr of the Manclm
llu, Tho trouble occu ied nt Nngi
sakl ami echoes dilfleil hick lo Sail
I'lauclsco wheic Lewis was icllevcd
from fuithei scnlco with the Pnclllc
Mall Compiny, Captain Maunders was
given Hie cimniiml of (tie of the
Ltcamers opernllng between San Fran
clfco nud Central American ports.
The Korea bioucht 428 tons of gen
crnl ciigo a goodly portion of this Is
contained In the nicch inlsm of sixteen
au'omobllrn which will bo distributed
among tho various loci I girngcs and
Sixty-two pnsbcngois left the csscl
nt this 1oit Including ono Japanese
stowaway who was transferred fiom
tho Pacific Mall steinicr Siberia in
in Id ocean jrsterdaj morn Ing.
The two Pacific Mall liners camo
within a quatter of a mile of each oth
er and the Japanese together with his
effects was bundled Into a ship's boat
and rowed to tho awaiting gangwuy
lowcicd from the Kona. The stow
uwti) belongs at Honolulu Tho Siberia
officers did not want htm mid the
steamship company wn therefore
spared giving the Indigent passenger
u roun I trip to the coist through the
transfei which was made without much
trouble 01 loss of lime.
Tho Koiei Is Hailing foi Japan pints
ami Hongkong ut live o'clock this uven
Ing taking twent)-two saloon pjsen
gcrs and a number of Jnpiuetc In the
"The weather was lovel)," stated
the over genial "Hilly" Allen, purser
of the Koieu.
Tvvcnl)-nvo hundred tons of cotton
for Japan foi 111 the bulk of tho liner's
cargo. In nddtlon to this she Ins 300
tons of Hour, 170 rolls of leather, 100
tons of tan h.uk and lull tons of salt
In addition to the sixty cabin pas
sengers who ;n lived by tho Korea are
several tourists who uie euiouto to
the Fur East and will remain over at
this point for several weeks visit to
Hawaii lie!. j
EvQiicen I.tlluikalunl und suite nud
Colonel Sim Paiker una paily wcie
among the prominent passengers who
kit the Korei nt Honolulu. Tho nirl
nl of Hawaii's former sovereign and
ruler bi ought forth a touching and
Impressive demonstration from several
of the ex queen's retainers. The chant
ing of old Hawaiian mules was u rea
lm c of thu homo coming of Lllltioka
lnul. O. II. lliown and Ottlb A. Poolo aio
well known tea mm, making their
custoiuar) tilp to the Fni Eabt, Among
the passengers for points beyond Ho
nolnlu will bo W. W. Manes, Mis. A.
L. Rock, W. II. Lew ell) u nnl J. I.
Tho )oiing foii or Attorno) Chailes
Achl arrived fiom the states where
ho has been' n! tending chool.
John Detor a former ) tmllord nt the
Volcano house who returned to his
home. In Greece and was conscripted
for ten Ice In the army while thero
having berved hls.tlmo as a brau de
fender lo his count 1 y bus lettuueil to
Hawaii and wus an niilvul lij tho Paci
fic Mull liner. Detor will proceed lo
Illlo nnd take up the management of
the Illlo Hotel now operated by I,)cur
J. Von Ernst 11 tliiough passenger to
Yokohama vvnu founerly an uttacho
with tho German Embassy at Wash
ington. Ho has been transferred to
the Toklo legation.
Mr. and Mis. 11. Hmincwcll aro well
known Iloston people who will wake
uu extended slay hi the Islands.
Ft ank Ungei the San Fianelsco t,o
clot limn Is it visitor to Honolulu.
A. Daltou Hairlson who Is euiouto
to Yokohama Is the Sun Francisco iep
rcsentatlvi) or Llojiis.ur London. He
Is on u (our tr the cmbI mid will pio-Cec-d
lo Great Ililtuln wheio ho will
hold n conrcience with tho gteut In
tel national hhlpplng ipiiccrii.
Mrs. H. Renjes u d,iiughtei or Mis.
L. A. Coney, Is an arilval from an
extended visit to pennany.
BAZAAR NIPPON-. .
Tonight ut 7 n'lloek, Iho Ilaniui
Nippon, next to the store or W. W.
Dlmond, on King stiect, will boopun
to tho public. Mr. Murakami, tho
proprietor of Mm now bazuur, litis
completed his urrungoinciitH for tho
opening eciemoiiy tonight,
'Iho Inteilor or thu .Htojii, whkh
hus been painted, la nHHlkuLT
adorned with tliu Japan (so picture')
ai.d uitllklul Mowers. 'Jhu stock,
lonslbllng of luequer ware mid other
nrllelos, Is In good (ondltlon, mil
lliOHn vvlui will mine them will be
H'wanliM by hearing the gelsln
nil la slug thu nili'iilnl snugs :ilul
piny their c.'iiiiIf.imi.
The store will bo brilliantly light
ed wllh electric llthU. wliltli have
betu prepditd loi tu otca.jon, t
, 1, ; H
PABSENiBRH ARRIVED I J ARRIVED . t -'
Per P. M. S. S. Korea, fioin San
rranclsco, Mnrch 38. For Honolulu:
Win. C. K. Achl, Jr., J. D. Almokii, W.
W. Ilecis, Mrs. W, W. Doeri, Miss Ed
na Peers, Mrs. Horace Dentley, 8. 11.
Canncll, M. E. Colngton, Mm. E. R.
1)3), E. A. Davis, John Dolor, D. A.
i;icMnton, i cruinniid i.iierinuii, i".
r CI (111131111 l.liurillllll, .UHB -".""
lerinan. .1. 11. J.llts, sirs. w. u. )"'"'
Master Konnein iniory, iro. in. .
Folgcr. M Gerasmos, T. T. Greaves.
Miss Doiothy F. arcades, E. II. -Grep
pen, Mis. E II. Oreppen. E. II. Ham
lin. Hullls Huniiewcll. Mrs. Hollls
Huniiewcll, maids and vnlet. Miss J. N
Irwin, Geo. Iscnbcrg, Queen Lllluoka
Innl nnd maid, Miss Etta E. Leo Miss
Clara Low, Mrs A. C. McKcnny, Mrs.
F, Nellson, Master Geo, Nlcopulus, Col.
Sam Parker. E. Parker, Mrs. H. Ren
jes, Mrs. F. I). Richardson, C. du Rol,
Jos. Schwartz D. T), Shumway, Mrs. D.
D. Shumway, J. C. Skinner, Mrs. J. C.
Skinner, O. L. Sorcnson, Mre. Y. S.
Sun. 11. M. Thomas, Trnnk Unger, G.
W. Whltconib, Mrs. G. W. Whltconib,
Mrs. Mniy Winston, Mrs. J. F. Wools,
Wm. 1L Ho)t, Mrs. Wm. H. llojt, W.
II. Llewellyn. For Yokohama: A. M.
Andicvvs. W. Iirndforri, Mrs. W. Brad
ford, Mis. A. E. Uutler, II. Donlger,
Mrs. H. Donlger, A. Dnlton Harrison
Henry M. Landsbeiger, J. Ogita, Otis
A, Poolo, Mrs. A. L. Rock, Ensign Fred
It. Rogers, U. S. N., O, E. Truman, J.
Von Ernst. For Kobe: O. U. lliown
A. E. Druckcr, Mrs. Geo Gleacou, Wal
ler JI. Mnnes, Dr. Mary II. White. For
Shanghai: Rev. Z'. C. Reals, Mrs. Z,
C. Heals, D. Fleming, Mrs. D. Flein,
lug, T. F. McCrea. Mrs. T. F. McCrca
and Infant. T.uma.i McCiea, Mpster
wi,o- mp,, mu. .tni.n
Walter McCrca, Miss Jennie McCrcn
Rcv C O. McDanlcl. Mrs. C. G. Mc
Daniel nnd Infant Master Paul, Mc
Daniel, Miss Vliglnla MaDauicl, Mus
ter C. Y. McDanlcl, II. P. Shaw, Mrs.
III. P. Shaw. For Hongkong: Ml$s M.
F. Allen, Geo. II. Harbor, Mrs. Marie
Doiiiemanu Miss Helen Rorncmann,
Louis E. Ilurkhait, Mrs. Louis E. Burk
hart, R. W. Dutcher. Mrs. It. W. Rutch
er. Chas. T. Cox, W .II. Dean, II. C.
Dcnson, A. G. Faneuf, R. Hlldcbrand,
Mis. It. Hlldebrnnd C. F. Krelko, LI
Shlc Sing, R. l.ohnstoln. It E, Lovcll.
Mis. It. L Lovcll Miss M .I-ovoll, Miss
0. II. Murllii, Chas. P. MiDiicr, Mrs
Chas. P Majiier. .1. L. Parks, G, 11.
Phlpps S 11. Price, G. R. Sansoni, V.
R. Stirling, Horace T. Tompkins, P, C.
Whitney. Mrs. P. C. Whitney, 1). B.
Young, Cnrl)l B. Youns, Mrs. Oarlyl
RUSSIANS IN POLICE COURT.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
Judge Andrade then committed tho
two RusbinnR for trial at the Circuit
Court and fixed tho ball at $30 each
This sent Llghtfoot up n the air again
ami he indicated agilnst what he cull
cd tho "oiitiugcuus amount of lull re
quired." Catbcait considered tho
amount set as Just and proper 'ami al
tcr n little talk, tho Judgo reduce 1
the bonds to $23 each. Even then
LIglitroot objected, and suggested that
the accused men bo ullnwed to go on
their own recognizances. The Judge
would not listen to thut und the litis
slaiiB were taken below.
As soon ns tho uudlenco emerged
fiom the po ice station Sccretaiy Mott
Smith happened along In his 1111(01113
bllo and he, seeing all tho Russians
outsldo of tho court house, stopped to
see what wus tho matter.
"Another fool nilslitko has been
made by Iho police department," in
muiked Llghtloot to Mott-Smltli," Jiibt
ns 1 hud hopes' of doing something to
square up mallets between tho Rus
sians and the planteis, this affair takes
place und tho people become annoyed
again. Tho planteis cannot treat tlica3
people HI10 tho Japanese, and charge
them with all sorts of crimes and put
them In Jill.
Tonight In tho Pnilth Iioueu of the
Cdntint Union Church, Capt. Cashier
wilt deliver an Illustrated lecture en
titled: "An Kxploitng Tilp Through
Alaska. Thu executive committee, has
Indeed been fortuuuto Jn securing such
n wcllkiiown speaker as Capt. Castner
for Its bimonthly gatlieilng of men,
Tho uxpei leuccs which this oxploicr
has pdsscri through In that country
of perpetual Ico and biiovv aro reniark-
able and tho lecture should provo
highly lutciostlug und Instructive.
The cakes or Ilussey nnd Ryan, the
two bluejackets who uro ulleged to
bavo bhot Kuluchl bouiu muntlis ago,
weio scm ovec till Wednesday nuxt ut
tho pnlko court.
Ilaltlo Kaukaul, 11 viigiant without
vhlblp mciini of hiippurt, wus given
thlcc months free boairi nud lodging
at Jho Hotol do Atch this inorn(ug, by
J, Atch of tho pollco court stuff re
turned from Kuuul today, nnd rebiimel
his duties Ho put 1 most of his time!
on mie ei.irilcu isiami spooling und cat
Touiuiy Iluriib ami Hill I .an b ix In
S.vcluvy lod.i mid the eablo should tell
tho ii'bUttJu time for tlio beeund edl
Hon of thu It 11 1 1 u 1 1 n.
Thetu wem 110 unests, no uceldeuts
and 1111 ritlllliH on the police 1 court
from Iwn n'eloek nn Kund.i) ntoinlng
till out l) nils morning,
THE MATSON, Navigation steamer
Luilinn Is sdiPiluled tn nail from Snn
1'ruueLtu ou WednteUay uouu lor llo
Kaunl ports Kcauhoii, .diiir., 1 a. 111.
Maul porta Concord iclir., 2:10
Maul and Mo!o.nl poit Mlkah.lla,
stmr., 3:43 p. ni."
Knual ports Klnnu, ttmr . S ji, tn.
Hawaii poits-illeleno, stmr.n. 111.
Hawaii ports l.lkclll.j, itmr,, 0, 1...
San Francisco John Enn, Am. I'talp,
Sail Fruncltco Korut, P. JI.
1) a 111.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, March 29. ,
Vancouver and Victoria Mhroioa,
C. A. S. S. v
Illlo la way porla1--Maunaj Kca,
Molokal nnd Maul ports Mliihala,
Knual ports Klnan. Btnir.
VE88ELS TO ARRIVE
Tuesday, March 29.
Australian ports Mararaa,
I PA88ENOER8 ARRIVED
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from Molokal
and Maul ports. March 27. Mr. Searlc.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai liorts,
March 27. Mtsa KapunlaL.Mrs. J. II.
fJrulio, Mrs. Geo. Knal and child, Mrs.
Hniiohano, Misses Hnnohnno, Mrs. Kn
kalla, Mr, nnd Mrs. K. Hlrata, Mm.
Ogaml, S. Yoshlnaga, A. Asch JIib. F.
P. Vllson and chllilWrt. O.lHIack-
stad. Joe Kahee, Jlrs. yv. ir. nice ar.
l8 O""' '. JJt'aZ'
Mr. nnd Mrs. Irancls Qay, Einest Ga).
Miss A. Rhodes, II. M. Glttel. Geo. W.
Carr. L. II. Borcllto, A, V. Peters M.
K. Hoopll, Hen Knne, A. O. Olnoru.
Leon Cnpon, II, D. Baldwin, D. U. Mur
doch, St. C. Sayors,' O.vMcNIcliol, E.
Woodward, Miss Mario Ferrelra, Miss
Kmlly Oilman. 'Mr. and. Mm. W. W.
Wilghf, Mrs. E. Newton, nnd 87 deck.
Tcr P. M. S. S. Korea, for Hong
kong via Japan ports. Mrs. J. J.
Armstrong Miss Mnrjorlo Armstrong.
Dr. H. llutdetto, Mrs. R. lluidctte, D.
F. Godfrey, Mrs. 1). F. Godfiey, Mus
ter Darwin F. Uudtiey, Miss M. C.
Gage, L. Illgglnsou. Mis. L. Hlggln
son, R. Koizumi 8. Koizumi. E. R.
Lancaster, Mrs.'E. R. Lancaster, Miss;
Randa Lien, Miss E. Miner, E. Me)cr.
Mrsi:. Meyer, maid and svrv'aift. Col.
Duufaii C. Phillips, Mrs. Duncan C.
Phillips, J. L. Phillips, Duncan C, Phil
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Monday, March 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Art led Mar.
S. S. Novuduil, heuco Mar. 19,
SAN FRANCISCO Armed Mar. L'S:
8. S Nlpion Main, henco Mar. 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed' -Mar. 27:
Sell, Jas, Rolph, for llaun.
SEATTLE Sailed Mar. 27: S. S. Mis-
sourlnn, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE-Sailed Mar. 7: 8. S. Ill-
Ionian for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Mar. 20: Uktuo
Hawaii, for Mahuknnn., ,
FINE WEATHER has been met with
by tho Mntson Navigation liner "Wll-
hclmliu now steaming towards San
Francisco and reported by whclcsa
last night as 44G miles off, Tlio vessel
Is said was keeping In sight of thu
Pacific Mall steamer Siberia up to last
THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN lin
er Muiama with a few passengers nud
u biiiall general cugo Is due to uulvo
fiom Australian ports via Suva totnoi
low. This essel will recelvo a piompt
dispatch for Vlctorln and Vancouver.
THE MATSON Naigatlon steam
Htlonlnn is icpoited to havo sailed
from Seattle on lust Satin day, icr des
tination being Honolulu. This vcbscl
will bring n large generu,l cargo In
cluding u shipment of lumber.
OPEN EVERY AFTERNOON AND
Full Military Band Every Eveiiin
Competent Instructor .
Race on Wednesday
ADMISSION '. .-lOo.
SKATES ...- . . -15c. Exlm
AFTERNOON PRICES Admis-