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BvwMmo Bnu.eTn. noNoi.nuii t. it., Tuesday, mar. s. ioio.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of the
Order aru cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall '
7:30 r, H.
tannic cnoinccna other Asso:
ENEFICIAL ASS"5IATI0H. elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening' at
f:S0 In I. O.'O. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. It. HENDnr. Socretory.
H. E. MCCOY, Noblo Gland.
'All visiting brothers very cordially
Invited. .-: .
OAKU LUDOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
ll y eveulng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
Nroer Port hiI Deretanla. Visiting
VothAs cor iiv Invited to ottend.
M I ONES, C. C.
r. HEINE, K. R. S.
i)ll .BOW'IUlU LODGE 616, B. P.0. E7
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, U. KU."
aJ'.k., meets In their hall, on Kins
6tri. ii.... r Fort, every Friday even,
tog. irliliiK nrotbers ara cordially
tmiioii ii, ,iu-ud.
L , DOUTHITT, E. K.
II. ' GASTON, Sec'y.
&AWAIIAH TRIBE, No. 1. 1. O.B.M.
Mt-ett Hfrv nrst and third Thurs
si'ys hi .. i, .nonth at Knights of
Pyihm 'i ii, visiting brothers cor
lUUy Invited to attend,
I. HIOaiNS, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of It.
ONOLHU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
I . to- ' Hie 2nd and 4th WED
TJT'J" NEmIiv) venlngs oc each month at
xr"- 1:,i" "' h In K. of P. Hall, corner
fy r ' H.rt . ,i-id Fnrt Itrenta
, .it, Eagles are Invited to at-
w. it. niLEY, w. p.
6 ' WM. C. McCOY. Sec.
Win '"CLSY LODGE No.8,K.ofF.
" , 2nd and 4th Saturday
(30 o'clock In K. of P.
'ii i and Deretanla, VUlt-
nui -ordlally Invited to at
TAYLOn, C. C.
.IACODSON. K. n. S.
Out wi with Cyco tho lust
1 liotog. 'ii ' i. eupcr In tho market. Sold
nil1 ' limey's. Mil. Foil near
I. . oil" U'unoblle, cunlago or wag
in iv I .Liu lng, call on tho V. W.
W' ' .i L(-., Ltd., King uiul South
Vho most critical could not flm
fault with tho high uuallly of ll-o liquor
terved at Hkj Crltcilou ur will; tint at
tractive surroundings. ,
You will find nulte u salng In your
t'H'tiiel bill If you get your coal ami wood
or tho Honolulu Constiucllon & Dray
lug Co., Ltd,, who handlo only tho
Are you sending n wlieless message,
today? Instant communication with
the other Islands and with i-lilps ut
' "Hea. On Sunday mornings tho onico
?ls open from 8 to 10.
. "When ordering cement for our nyw
'shlewnlk bo sum to specify one of the
ft i J. following brands, Mt. Dlnblo, l.i-hlgh
v ' or" Green Island, which mo for salo by
r""" ""Lowers & Cooko. Ltd.
I . TJ4 Thft linrfoctlnn nf tvnmvi-ltcr rnn.
"structlon ls found In tho Oliver, the
really modern typewriter. The Hn-i
w;allau Nowb C Ltd. Alex, Young
building, uro the ' iwallan ui;i.U
,;Yr)'t L'jtlljut mile l-ttei iiriitfajimJ
jur jif yj. 2!l!!!J', II" V' La
nrtaiSfc- i ii""a'. u -'i'.' n't tli
Bizl-tV ilri'Vl I.'.' c"u-.
.. t. FiW'yca z. iour a:U ca. .:. i.- cuat
tt " ryt7anuttta. ' '
.Zlf..n!;, urvaiUn iru. m, Ltd. t-n't
speaiai lorma and tooLs prei.jred with '
much caro. In which are rtcordeliallt
if yranr.ictlon3 In fonucctloiu with the
... ,c1fltft.I. s;i.u'; . 31 l't HatS:.!.
p,e -acttilasjcan Mea,8'attsatlca. .'; - ' J ?-U- '.' .." "' '" ' ' "'''" ' " ' " "' '
Eir& . . ,i-i iiiir f . l- ri. ir it i-s "ti-t i
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WE HAVE WITH US
if- -rTl!3Er -'
,T THE YOUNO.
I Tuesdiy, March .79.
I Mr mil .Mi? W II. (lo.Mnlo, Wala-
lua; J. S. il .Menu, Wululiii; A. V.
EniucH. Wuhluvva; A, l. Tay.or, II. S.
IS. New Oilcans. B. 1). I)x, U. S. 8.
'ow Orl-aimj ('. W. Kent, U. S. S.
New Oi leans: A. A. Ileber. U. 8. S.
cv Uncim?; C C'nrinlchnol, U. S. S,
New Orleans; V. T. Kottor, IJ. S. 8.
Now Oilc.m; K. V. Thnm ison, I', 8.
8. New Orleanv; It. I.. MIiIIIiih. U. 8.
S New Orlcnti; I' J. Iialim. U. 8. S.
New Orleans, T Mnefnrlano, Kon.i,
AT THT H'-WAIIAN.
Tuesday, Mf.rch 29,
.Mm. It. N. 8 ry lu Pe'icvor Colo.;
YISS Kllll' I O.ISlllllUl I )C IK' I it. Colo.
HAVE BEEN SET FOR
1 'Wodj ,, ,, m,v obs-irvn ory at Ktil-
, mukl I almost cunmcicl. Tliu last
finishing tuuclies .tin la nz given to
the dome which Is bclns covered with
waterproofing. All the Instruments
have l)36ii set ill) nnd everything Is In
readiness for tl.c appearance of Hal
ley's comet. The obrervato'ry w 111 ba a
The Instruments that have liccn set
up by tho College of Hawaii ctimprlsa
an nstrongmlral transit and it 7-foot
telescope. (Ireat care whs eeiclsed
In setting up tho transit, which Is a
3',4-lncli Queen Instrument mid Is
ctiuipleto with a I accessaries. The
barrel of the telescope Is about 7 feet
long and cnrrles a fl-lnch sjsli'm of
lenses. It Is fitted with a Under, which
Is nothing more than a smaller tele
scope at tho side, mounted with Its
axis parallel to the telescope proper. ..
Tho observatory building In which
theso Instruments havo been Installed
contains three looms. The ilomo room',
In which Is the telcscnne. Is 18 feet
iiunl. The dome Is 14 feet 0 Inches
lit diameter and Is made to revott'c !y
weans of special mechanism. Tho right
Uing contains Iho transit nun astro
nomlcnl clock for mcildlan observa
In addition to giving facilities' for nil
Interested purlieu- to get u good look
at Halley's comet, tho observatory will
form an adjunct to the various depart
ments of Instruction of the collcgo nnd
will lio of special value to tho depart
ments of I'ligliiPtrlnu an 1 mathematics
as well ns in the ry-8,' lips; v.-ojk' In Itij
fcirnciioii in nsironoiuy. vvuicii is in
chnrgo of Prof. Dounghho.
STOCKS ARE STRONG
Two thousand shares of Illln Hall
way common ttock nt 13.30 mid 13.73
loomed up us tho largcs Item on the
Stock ITxchango business today with
two hundred slimes of Oahu at 37.75
and a later ivlvauce to 37,87,5, fol
lowing as a cIoko bccuiid.
Tho strong maikut continued with
fair activity but what tho Investing
uud blislucts public wan'B now of all
other things Is a bhango In tho quota-
I'uropo never does much business
during holy week ami that nccounts
for Iho Inactivity of the European
beet price, ulso for the apparent quiet
hi New Yoik. Most all tho experts
want believe tho Iho next quotation
Fhould bo near or above 4.50 for cen
ABOUT AT NIGHT
(Continued from Paee 1 '
Ono boy who 'was accosted last
night by one of tho dotccttvo force
stated that he was sixteen according
to Chlneao touut, und fifteen by
"haole." As he was ovor- fourteen
by both reckonings, ho was allow
ed to wander off without any fur
HUNDREDS of REMNANTS .accumulated from purbiir
Clearance Sale will be put on, SALE FRIDAY MORNING,
APRIL 1. To dispose of the REMNANTS quickly, we
have marked them at about HALF, the REGULAR PRICE.
,The bargains are gathered from every department in the
Fort Street, opp.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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 it instantane
ous. To tret immediate returns in
Hawaii, use the Bulletin,
There Is no Boda water quite as
good as Arctic. Phono C37.
"Seated Auto for Hire. Phone 193
James llakcr, Young Hotel Stand.
Telephone 603 to have Laundry
called for and delivered quick
Call on Mike Paton at tho Encore
Saloon for .1 draft of Fresh butter
milk. New Ice Cream and Confectionery
Patlor, Harrison Block, Ilcictania
'Pay your personal tax (poll, road
and school) before April 1-and save
the penalty of ten per cent.
Time spi'iil at the t'asnion Saloon Is
time jaleasantly spent. This place Is'
sometimes known as the Two Jac,:s
Visit Jack Huberts ul thu Kentuckj
alooD' when you want l!qi,ld refresh
ueni. .,.Ou will gel good 'goods am.
ciurteilui" trmtmenl there.
When not feeling right try some of
our siphon soda with rrcsh mi k, or
Pure distilled water at tho Consolidat
ed Soda Water Works. Tel. 71.
Mrs. C, L. Dlckersou for up-todatc
millinery at re.n,ouablo priced. The
only one that does accordeon pleating
In Honolulu. Green stamps, too, for
OF SUGAR MARKET
(Continued from Page
ngitliist .u decrcauo of 317,130 last
wecft. Total stocks uud ufloats to-,
gcthcr show a visible supply of 3,
198,593'tons, against 3,499,835 tons
last year, or a decrease of 201,24
tons. HAWS. Quotations remain un
changed during the week under re
view. Huycrs here have remained
ItttllfTnPnnt nnil ,lin fl.n niarlmt ltnu
boon almost entirely In tho' hands ot
European buyers, who still maintain
confidence In the situation sufficient
for paying relatively higher prices
than our refiners (except In In
stances) aro willing to pay. Our re
finers nro well supplied with tho
samo dates of shipments ns are now
on offer and sellers do not incline.
to sell more distant sugar.
European buycis have taken 100,
000 hags of Cubas, mostly f. o. b.
Cuba terms, for shlpniont to the
United Kingdom, while- our buyers
report only 2t,000 bags for tho week.
.Thol'inj(nd liugdom purolinsPB Nvero
at ".f.Mcrpcr pounud f. p. b, for 20.
000 to 25,000 bags, uud 3c f. o. b.
for l'.O.OOO bags.
' Our refiners took 20,000 bags
April at 3 l-10c, c. and f. At tho
close, offers al sell Include nearby
nt 3 l-32q c. nnd f. and March-April
at 3 1-1 Cc c. mid f. to extent ut 100,
000 biigs to 130,000 bags.
European beet sugar steady, with
light offcrlilgs ut 14s C 3-1 d for ail
months to May, Inclusive, showing
only 3-4d fluctuation for tho week
itml dosing full-up.
Froni,,Cubu, reports nrc that the
drought continues, one central stop
ped grinding, receipts foil oft 3,000
tons and stocks Increased to 315,000
tons, which, with United Statoi
stocks of 248,503 tons, gives togeth
er 503,593 tons, iigalnst 498,835
tons ast year.
Wo are not looking for Messrs.
Guma-Ijicjcr's revised crop Chtlmato
iis long us thu di ought continues,
but In thu lueautlnio our special re
turns show us that such reduction
will likely ha to the lovel of our
orlgiual-uud present estimate of 1,-
700,000 tons. AVe have, no statistics
to show n probable, lower production
of' any material amount:
, 'lUcor.sldcrublo business' has been
uWu lii Java sugar for. tho Unllcd
Kingdom, but"oue cargo only Is' re
ported to tho United States. Our
private fJava Tcrop lablo'glvtn cls'c-
i City Transfer Co.,
't iiijJA H: LOVE.
where Is Important
Tho'Kuroucan stutlillial position,
as given in ,our Hsue or reimtary i
17, has not improved, but up to
date tho figures available show In-
creased exports i.d Incrcarcd con-
sumption over last car without cor-,
responding Increased Imports.
llussla sccuis aso to 'be holding
back her crop' f.r ilomo consufnpt.on
At the close our rcllners nro out
ot tho market In competition with
Europe for Cuba sugar until business
Is revived In the refined 'product
w;hlch cannot come until withdraw
als under old contracts nro exhaust
aiI V-, n.,l.a,H ...II Wir r"..l. n.,trlft
,, .. , 1n
gals are now ,o cents per 100
pounds below parity of beet sugar,
ngalnst only 29 cents per 100 pounds
last year, tho Itnnicdlate wants of
finery are wcll','satlncd, nnd their
policy of not assuming n speculative
position Is likely to continue this
large parity difference for thirty
jhos at least.' thus giving European
bujers tho market for Cubas durlns
such time. -
Whenever the outturn Cuba crop
becomes more definitely fixed, more
consideration will be given by our
refiners to Its limit of supplies for
hor,nd. iTTlT' a,,u M no
how much wore of the crop can be
spared for the United Kingdom be-
fore thc parity difference begins to
At tho closo Porto Itlco Ccntrlfu-
c-u. i.uinuuatHuuiiti, uuu.i .vii,um-
gals alloat were told at current spot
quotation, basis' t.JUc. for 9(1" test.
USED JIS WEAPON
. , , , .
This morning nt ntout ten o'clock
n Chlneao named Leo Chlng who had
Dccomc mixed up In an argument wltli'
another Celestial named Leo Dick; cy of CarUo nnd Cookoifrotilho .Mat
about some money mat. era, was struck ron Navigation liner Wllhclnilna dat
on the head by a hitching weight nnd cd nt eight o'clock Inst evening gives
KnocKcu ciean -out. lino position oi inai vessel as iut milos
Tho men, hud been quarreling for off the imrt steaming 'towards San
some time beforo the heavy hitching ftanclcco through fine wcahcr and
weight was grabbed and swung nruun i smooth sens. No mention 'Is made of
like a club, and let go at the Chinese tho Pacific Mall liner Siberia which
who stopped II with Ids forehead. nccoidlng to a previous lepoit was In
Detective Otseu was suit out lu look sight of thu MalHon steamer,
for iho assailant and ultlviiigh hul Ml m -
could not locate Ihn man ho dlKCiMi- THIRTEEN PASSENGEH8 Ibooked
cd his wacou standing down by the through to the Volcano wer6 among
flshmurket. 'The wagon was brought, those who 'departed for 'Hawaii this
to the police station mid shortly after- noon by the Inter-Iflahd liner Mnnn-i
v.iird tlc vantfd nun was pointed out K a. Tho vesrel saljcd with the great;
by mi eye wtlltc-ss of tho' row, uitd'cr pmt otjier flrst,cvli IMSseilgcr uc
offlcer Nobrega conducted him to Iho' commodBtlon occupied) Tho ,tcsscI
Ikjiico sialiou where a charge or us-
snutt was entered against bun
Hall was fixed nt 130 and wh autcb
ly forthcoming; 'tho accused will have
to appear In court tomorrow. ThoMnuua Lon arriving from windward
man who was assaulted was attended
to by Dr. Emcibon und returned to
Rough weather a!6ng tho ltaa.'Sonotuln onAprll Hl.rTT.VN
kuq coast Is responsible for tho lou,Bdan arrived at San Francisco with
of several working boats belonging general cargo, sugar and a 'consign
to thc Inter-Inland Steam Nnvign- men of mall.
Hon Company, and u closo shuvc for J KAUAI SUGAR awultlng ship
u number of tho men belonging to cnt Includes the following con
tho steamer Nliliuu, which vessel nlgnmont uccordlug to tho roport
has been working along that por- brought by tho steamer KInnu:'K.
tloi. of Hawaii, endeavoring to take ,8. M 6150 bags; Mnk., 18,103;
on a shipment of sugur.
The Nilhnti has returned to Ho
nolulu after u rather strenuous trip
to tho Dig island, Tho' officers ro
port bad weather for tho middle part
of tho month. While tho vessel was w""" 'w'. was uispatcncu tor wa
it Ine' off Kuiiiiiiinnin 'bn Inst i,ir fl""''' Mu Jawalhao-.rit noon , today.
.vL i Kiu! ulnac,0.i" ,'ost ,'.'" Thlb vessel Is due to return within n
starbourd anchor. Following tlilJ:,ni, s,ri inn. ui,i,nnf r u.
canio tho dnmagojo u working, boat
wqicn wciii on iiio'Tocks on warcu
1, while thc steamer wuH attempt
ing To tuko ,on 'cargo, at Hoi.oknu.
The boat en mo off agalu without
having suffered very, great damage.
However, on. tho followlpg day an
other boat went on iho reefs uud
iccclvcd n ncycio battering from tlio
strong burr which w'us i nulling ut
the time, Tho, boat was brought
bnck, but It comes iprctty near milk
ing u picture IIIo a wreck,' It Is
said ( that the .shipment of sugar
brought to this port was secured
with much iHrtlcuUy.
WIND Cl(ll (OllJK
Hack No. 126' crashed Into u cy
dint this morning at the Opera
House comer, und when" tho smoko
hud cleared away u Japanese was
found swearing In seven 'language
at the fast-disappearing' iTg. The
blcjcle was badly brokbhund the
rider, bruised, but according to tho
Japanese stpry that did not worry
tlie hackman. '
A complaint was laid at the" po'
llco station and an officer wns tent
to Interview the huckmnii. The lat
ter dciliired that thc incident "wus
the fault of tho csdlit, and added
that, bo vouli nst ritor tho, din
ill iizi, 'I hi jifitttt tt;tn ict
-5 :cstu!t us i'.i:zty, and tccrr
rev moraine thc matter 'will prob
ably be threshed cut before Judgt
Uji till 2 o'clock this lafternoon 521
autcinobllCB had Vj;a s!JU:jJ itiio
r-ilice itittcn.v - -
- -1 -
Evptostnn ns wh.mei.mina. Al
though officers of the B'.camer Wllhel-
mlna and officials of the Matson Nav-
Igation Company denied some days
ago that an cxp'oslon had occurro.1
"" l)"?ri "1 Reamer Chief Engineer
Jmo h 1 arker of tho Wllhc mlna has
t,cn.( whcn took ,,Iac0 nt 2:3) p m.
on March 27th, while the VI,hs:m!nA
was ot Crockett where fho had .gono
men were burned .by tho explosion.
"Tho accident was cinsod by a flnic
back at one of the burners on tia far-
.. , ..., ,, .-..,
BRINGING 'A largo general cargo
from New York by tho way' of Tehuan
tepee also consignment of freight from
Southern California, San Francisco",
Portland. Scatt'o nnd Tncoma. tho
American-Hawaiian, freighter Missouri
an Is repotted to 'have sailed from
Puget Sound for Honolulu on March
1 27th. Tho steamer Is cxycctcd to nr
rlve hero on next Tuesday according
,0 ,no calculations of the focal ngency.
A vviki.i.ebs received at thc agcu-
carried the usual consignments of
freight for tho various ports of call, on
Maul and Hawaii.
PURSER FRIELE of tho steamer
Hawaii jlorts this morning reports tho
following sugar uwulllng shipment on
the big island; Hontiajio lTHjlPuna
luu, 10.870; Kiikulhuclc. 9000; Kukui
mi. 2001); l'uauiau. 5100; Pnuullo,
2800; Hunokna, 15,000.
A CARLE received through the Mer
chants' Exchange announces the arri
val. of thu Aiuerlcan-IlHwullaii steamer
jNewulnii an Sunday. This vessel Is
Mcll., 12.8U9; M. S. Co., 20,000; K
'.. 8530; L. P.. 11,157; II. M., 10,-
174: (I. I. 171
AMONG THE departures for tho
) Mlnnd toilay was the steamer
and a deck load of, cattle.
SUGAR FROM Hawaii port to Iho
amount of 10,389 sacks Is being dis
charged from the Inter-Island steamer
tlelouo. This vessel also brought a
quantity of- sundries, mnd deck load
of eattlo numbering 81 head. ' : ,
Till': AMHRICAN-llawallan freight
er Columbian Is tho next steainccln
the sugar rarrjlug fleet duo to arrives
here frum Sallna Cruz and way ports,
Tho Columbian Ik duo ,i' leuvo Puget
Sound ports on April 8th.' .
TWENTY oIVb. norsec wcro Includ
ed In tho shlpniont which has arrived
at tho port by tho inter-Island steamer
Llkollko, now hero from Hawaii ports.
Tlie' vessel ulso brought a shipment
THE MATSON Navigation steamor
Hlloutan Is duo to arrive from Seattle
and Tacoumon Tuesday o( noxt week.
Tils vessel Is bilnglng a largo gen
eral cargo Including a, shipment of
ARRIVING HERB from llonokua.
the Inter-Island stealucr Nllliau
brought a shlpment'Of CSOI sacks of
t -r;ai- coiiblgued tn !". A. Bchucror &
Co, Tnciity-sQV('iir,puckugcu .suudilcs
also.arjived by this vessel. . , .,
THE STEAMER MAUI, of the Inlor
iBland service was roportcd as taking
on sugar, at Kukiilhaclo at the time of
tho 'dejiarturo' of, the Mauua' Loa for
TAKINOaNERAL Mrgo the In-tcr-Jslund
bttnmcr. Ltkcikc tuled for
iiuiiuhua ana porta ui pouu today
, Ncljcc !t hirebV 's'Mz ttat ,it
March 17. 1910. the lntcntlty dt'ih
light at Verba Iluena Llght-Stntn,
California, was Increased by chanty
Inp the llluinlnnlit, from oil to in
randescest.cll vapar'-wltUodt other
ro pun iKinrr iiit inei ciiki-
nfpr nnrkcri ,.whIch , nJ. 0,,lllJon
was due to IhoxareleBsnCfson Uiopart
0f the firemen In Icavlus tho oil nlvo
ro-iopen niter the fire went 'out thereby
filling the furnnco with oil and gas. I
had three of the men taken to tho
Mnrlllu "ospltnl. find tho rourlh Is
aboxaru w "l wo'
THE pMCB of ,ho Th(jmM on thc
Manila route Is to be token by tho
Shcrruam which snlls April 5,th. the
"nilr crew nf the Thomas, with thc
exception ot Captain Lynam, going to
ln oneiman. Captain t.ynamj nt. his
ow" ""nuest, will remain nshjint for
J)lnco w probably be takci; hy-0a :
taln init Hnll of the Duford. New
decks, a new electric wire system nnd
other Improvements arc to be mada to
Tuesday, M.trch 29
Kona and Kmi iiorts Manna L"'U,
stmr. a. in.
VESSELS 'TO ARRIVE
Tuesday, March' 2.
Australian ports Marama, C.-A."
Wednesday, March 30.
Kauai ports W. 0. Hall, stmr.
! IN FOREIGN PORTS "
Tuesday, March 29.
MAHUKONA Sailed Mar. 28: Bktnc.
S. O, Wilder for Ban Francisco.
mm fim, .
This afternoon at two-thirty o'clock
a flie alarm was turned In from flcrc
tanla street and tho engines quickly
responded. Tho.,flre originated through
nn employe of the gas company light
ing a match whllo Investigating a leak
In the cellar near -the meter,
i As soon as the .match, was struck
tho llame burst forth and In n few
minutes the floor of the room above
'was on Are. As soon-as thc lire laddies
arrived on the scene, one of thc men
hacked his way through tho floor with
nn axe and then pluc'.dly dropped Into
Tho place was llko a furnace hut
the fireman stuck to his work and by
plnjlng thc hoso on tho flames soon
quenched the fire. The floor ot tho
store, which belongs to a Japanese
named Goto, was damaged but beyond
that little loss was experienced. Chief
Thurston coiulilers Iho action of his
fireman a very plucky one.
Pollco Officer Tripp yesterday
brought lu two joung people who
had threatened to commit suicide.
One of them, n girl eighteen jears
of age, had been drinking too much
"Dago red" and consequently was
In tho crying stage of drunkenness.
Deputy Sheriff Rose listened to the
story and, after giving the girl Mimn
good advlco, sent her home In a bctt
tcr state of mind.
Then shortly afterwards Tripp ap
peared with the second would-bo
suicide, lilt; name was Sllva, and
lie wus a, youth only seventeen years
old. Tho boy had been allowed to
go' home once before, and hud ut
once seized the opportunity to smash
down a door leading Into his par
ents house. He was lectured by the
deput)', but not much Impression
was mado on him. It was decided
to send him up before Judgo Whit
nay, nnd tho probubllltlci mo that
he will be sent to the Reform School
by the judge,
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. AND NEW ORIEAKS
Sergeant Rarry Intcrvlow tho cap
tain of tho New Orleans baseball nine
this afternoon, und the opinion of the
sailor seems (o ba that the game be
tween Harry s llcauts uud the .lackiea
should bo plajed ut thu league
In that case there will be one g'ime
ut tho Athletic Purk between the J. A.
C.'s und Iho, Dhimoud Heads, uud the
other at ,the lcugiiu"grouuds between
thu Guards and New Orleans, Tho
crack ptcher of tho warship" will be
able to play .the gamo ana It should be
a very tight one. ,
Several of, Harry's men belong to the
Diamond Heads', und It Is not known
how they wll mnnngo to bo In Uo
pluccs nt the ono time. However.
declsloil of sonf6'sortpwlll have to be
mado within n day or two, and ono
team or tho other will lose n couplo
STOP KISSING BY ORDINANCE.
(Continued from Pace 1)
joung andattruetho woman kind,' de
clared qulnn when thomiatter of draft
ing a suitable ordinance was mooted.
"Tuko It from me. Kissing Is. res
ponsible lor tho spread of a lot ot
such discuses," contlnuod thu learned
supervisorial representative from tho
Tho petition signed by the majority
of thu physicians ot Honolulu was as
signed to tho commlttco on health and
sanitation. Tho members may take
a notion to Incorporate Qulnn's rec
ommendations In jbo ; proposed ordin
ance 'which will doubtless cause con
sternation lu thu(,inks .of tho cllgl
TODAY'S ARRIVAL Included tho
Intcr-lsluud stcmner Muiuin Lost fiom
Kuna.undjKuu ports with a, largo uud
varied assortment of 'Hawaii products.
Tho passenger Included 28, cabin, and
45'on deck. Included In tho frqlglit list
was 3485 sacks sugar. '276 sacks cof
fee, 77 sacks tarn, 68 sacks bran, 2f
barrels oruugos, 11 ruses preserves, lo
ciatcp elifckeiia uud 111 iucIukcj ijuu
'Hiss. Uliq J.vitu LtM ii iilic-luleO
to rcinru. to Hit, TUU'luard pom e!
l't?. ail en rfHaijiunr. !:cra !!:aa
lulu at nssn os tH di,
'THET.CA&CADK.'tho latest addition
to iho Intor-Isl.ind fleet Ir now taking
on. a shipment of general cargo from
tho Miitsnii wharf, The vessel la sche
dii)cd,,o,dopartfor Hawaii ports to
morrow Tho Cascade vil! prccssJ tb
HUs fcelcre retufola herd.
I'Thesday, March 29.
Hllo 'via way ports Mauna Koa,
ttmr., noon, '
Honokan and ports I.lkcllkc, stmr..
10 n. m.
Mnhukona and nKwalhae Iwalanl,
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday. March 29.
Molokal and Maul ports MlTkahala.
stmr., 6 p. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., o(p. m.
Wednesday, March 30.)
Vancouver and Victoria Marama,
C. A. S. S. i
Per P. M.' S.
'S.- Korea, for Hong
, ports. Mrs. f 3, J.
kong Via Japan
Armstrong, Miss Marjorlo Armstiong,
Dr.' nBurdctto, Mrs, R.Burdettc, D.
K. uourroy, Mrs. u, ", uoairey, aias
tcr Darwin rF. Godfrey, Miss M. C.
Gage, L. Hlgglnson. Mrs. L. jlllggln
son, R. Kolsuml, S. Koizumi, E. It.
Lancaster, Mrs. p. R. "Lancaster, M1J
nan.ln f Inn'Mlaa t Ulnnn Vi XfnVOI
Mrs. E. Meyer, maid nnd servant, Col.
Duncan C. Phillips', Mrs. Duncan C.
Phillips, J. L. Phillips, Duncan C. Phil
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports.
March 29. Mrs. H. Iscnbcrg Mrs. J.
Grube, Albert Watcrhousc, Mrs. Oraco
Pa, Prof. Hart. P. O. Riley, Paul, do la
Vcrgno, Miss I. L. FergutoiK'Mrs. T.
.1. King Snm Kaco(Rev. W. S. Short,
, .Per stmr, Mlkalmlaf. 'for 'Maul and
Molokal txirla March ao.Wm. Vin
cent N. E. Hall, .1. S.lB..Pralt. Jr.. R.
O. Scarle, Mrs. Searlc, Miss M. Dig
cart. Per stmr. W. O. Hall I for Kauai
por-.s, March "31. Rev. W. S. Bhort.
Miss Purvis: Miss Weber, B. D. Bald
win, Douglass Baldwin, Lcsllo Wish-
, Per stmr. .Mauna ,Loa. from Kona
,llid Kail ports, March" 29. T. C.
Davlcs, MrB. E. C. Orcenwell A. Knud
pen. F. Uurkhardl, J. F. Woods, II. L.
Holzteln. Miss M. Johnson L. Mac-
fnrland. Miss E. May, T. O'Brien Mm
O'Brien, M. E. Miller Mrs. Miller. E.
K. Henrlo. H. Hogaiaua. it. s. iticn-
motid. J. M. Dowsett F. L. Dowsctt, A.
Dowsett. L. K. Kane.. 8. Jnno, Dr. J.
J. Cassey, Mrs. O. M. Alison. Mrs.
B. J. Wright. Jas. Cooke, A.- H. nay-
scldcn Rev. A. L, Hallv.,
This morning, at 11 o'clock 'a mes
sage was sent to tho pollco station to
the effect that the guard In Charge
of the prison gnii; at Maklkl park had
been" taken suddenly III, and that an
other luuit was wanted at once.
Deputy SherltT Hose at unco went
put to the park and there' found Thorn
ton, tho guard, doubled .uj) with cramps
of (ho stomach.. Tho sick'' roan wax
sent to .the Queen's llqapltal In tho
poiico patrol, wugon, and" tho deputy
took charge of .tho gang iuitll. another
guard arrived from tho prlsoi.
1'H 'KOVE ,
Jerry Broderlck the -wel tlknown
borsemnu, Is leaving for WaBukti oil
Friday next, Broderlck. will take his
own Ally. Coppitt, along with ilm. and
he, will also be In charge of it string
of -four belonging 'to Louis Warren,
who will ruco his horses at tho meet
ing on, July Fourth. f
Brodorlck considers that with thrco
months' work on the Walluku track he
can get all his string of flyers Into
the best, possible condition, mid that
a fair proportion of the prize money
should coma Houoluluwards.
MORE PROMISES FOR KAIMUKI.
Kalmuk). .residents 'ihavo ''another
ray bf' hopo coming for tho loug
piotnlscd and muchly-dcfcrrkd ten
minute scrvlco tu that distant
Murston Cumpbell bus forwarded
u letter to the city und county nu
pervltors stating" that ho hus grunt
cd'n permit to Ilia Honolulu Rapid
Transit and I.aml , Company' to lay
two passing switches 0f four hun
dred and fifty feet In length, ono to
tuko up spuco on Ilcictania street
bctweon Victoria nnd Pcnsicola
streets, ni.d tho other between Pu
hahou und Alexander streets.
These switches are needed In or
der to bring about tho quicker scr
vlco on the,vIIotcl, street lino.
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NO MONEY FOR NUNS.
Joseph Nuncs, who presented un
account beforo tho supervisors cull
ing for tho payment or u full
'month's Balary us a member of the
band, will have to bo content with
Nunes Is said to have been on tho
sick list for tho month of February,
itml thcrcfora not entitled to but
ui daj'ulworu,iWhlci le! lu tald to
luvc pcrjvrwed. -''ilio pti'tcr v.aa
brsujht' tUoro the. juptr i;sri at to-
' ' ' '
Chief Thurstou hns filed 'n report
with Mayor Fer.n showing eight
jiilarms for February, , with property
Jos9.iuiQiintli!-.vJb seatf.CB.acl 11.
.'6lUty,'ctjujin,.e,ct ?il.55, ,