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EVENINO nULLKTIN, HONOLULU. .T.. II.. FMDAY, AMI. 8, 1010.
Honolulu Flrtt Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, R. A. M.
note Croix Regular.
Hawaiian- Occond Deoree.
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of the
Order nro cnrdinlly Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4tb
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE EN6INEERS Xr V -
BENEFICIAL ASS"?IATICN. ciation, cor
r HAnMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
,7:30 111 I. O. O. I Hull. Tort Street.
i K. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
it. i;. aicrm, ;noiho urnmi.
All visiting brothers very cotdlnll
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
t Meets every Jlrst hiiiI third -FiM
day evening nt 7.30 In K of 1'. Hull.
S jbkuurr run uuu licreiuuui. YIQUIU
Jtillrrblbers cordially Invited to nttcnif.
W.M. JONES. C. O.
S O. V HEINE. K. It. S. :
'Honolulu lodge 010, b. r. o. e.'
Honolulu I,odgo No, G1R, II. 1. O.
Elks, nii'cla In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting llrothcra nrc cordially
Invited to attend.
Ijy H. ., UUU 111! I I, n. II.
jgft f II. O. KASTON, Scc'y.
; HAWAIIAN-TIUTJE. No. 1, 1. O. R. M.
Mcols every rlrst ami third Thurs--days
of each month at KnlghtH of
1'ythlas Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited, to attend.
1". HK10INS, Sachem.
K. V. TODU. C. of It.
I HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
5 Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1. Hall, cornor
Ileretanla and For streets.
Vloltlng Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. w. n. riley, w. p.
WM. C. McCOr. Sec.
Wm. McKinlcy Lodrjc, No. 8, K. of P
Meets every 2nd and Itli Snturdiiv
evening at T:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
llnll, cor. Fort nnd llerctnnlu. Visit
ing brothero cordially Invited to at
tend. II l. TAYLOIt, C. C.
. U. A. JACOBSON, K It. 8.
WHEN IN NEED OF
'of any description
: PAPER HOUSE
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
OEO. 0. GUILD - Manager
tStop Paying Rent
' See the
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
."rhojie 653. 83 Merchant St.
$auu to iio.uyu
HUMES FOR SALE in different
parts of town and near town. Easi
est terms. ,
HOUSES FOR RENT
; . MARTIN QRUNE
BULLETIN AUb ('fit -BtJ
m v he
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Friday, April 8.
(' W WoKors. Nnalehu, V. Irwin,
Thurtday, April 7.
(1 1) O'A'ell. S 8, Webster, Water
ttivvji. lira. I.. C Train, liana; J. J.
"Vnlkh Knliiiliii; it. Darsto-i,' liana.
Wednesday, April 6.
II II. I lu) dm. Sail Francisco.
Friday, April 8.
M .longeiicil vv'nh..iwn; Mrs. A. I!.
Kisser, Yokohama; J. It. Davis,
Thursday, April 7.
A St .lolm T. A II my Mnul; Mis
W. II Anderson Maul.
Wednesday, April 6.
Mr. and Mrs W 1,. Armstrong I."l
Mini: I). I clirk I os Angeles, Cal
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Much milk Is being stolen from cr
amuiiis tLouiid hniiun i'H.1 Vineyard
street, an.t tho detective force- hopes
to capture the thieves before long.
Hon 3. I'. Coiroa Is prei-iilng to
liavo published a Hawaiian story book
to be Issued weekly. Tho niinio of Iho
book will be "Kn llao Hawaii" the
Tho two dosorterH from the Thetis
will bo court martlnled In tho near
future. Leon Stums will appear for
the defendants when the case goes up
before tho naval authorities,
Sylvester Nobrlgi who was found
guilty of selling milk without going to
tlvo-troiiblo of getting nut a license to
da so was ordered to pay costs to tho
amount of three dol.ars this morning
The cases against the three Jnpin
ese'who were no'cmcl of compound
ing n felony In connection with a lov
er anil nno'her man's wife, were all
.nolle prosged nt tho I'ollco Court this
Cross warrants have been Issued nil
around In connection with tho Chinese
assault and battery case of Leo Tim
nml Ah Chuck. One of the defendants
Is In the Queen's Hospital, where In)
wns tnken nftcr his countryman had
"wrestled" with him.
The Evangelical Association of
Onhu. which Is meeting at Kaumaka
pill church,' closes -Its work tonight.
Todny reports of the different Chris
tian Kndcavor Societies nro being read
by their delegates. Tho attendance
this morning was large
RARE ISLAND BIRDS
(Continued from Pace 1)
and -n.et'Km In- tho matter. It was so
Kodak. MaUers Up..
The KblisinT fill est reserve which It
Is proposed to fuslubllsh has been held
irp-Tioiidlng further developments. Ac
iVirdlnit to u Ma enient made during
Ihn meWlng.'- The Koliala people bii)i
scrthvd aumft $21 280 for the purpose
Uif-ttrohaolfiK the Krhcnii Ii lands.
wlilch were thought suitable for such
purpoyo. Hut owing to some reasons,
which nro best known to those Inter
ested In tho scheme, tho consideration
of the project was postponed.
Tho Kohala Ditch Company, It Is
said. Is prepared to spend about S200.
000 on tho project but as certain mat
ters hnvo not as yet been perfected,
tho whole thing now remains as It is,
pending further negotiations,
Other routine matters t brought to
tho attention of tho Hoard wcru dis
posed of satisfactorily.
Present a- the Board'H meeting were
Coinnllsstoners Mnrslnn Campbell ,1.
M. Dowsett, Albert Watcrhouse. tho
stenographer and rcpicscntatlvcs of
me press. , .
The New Hampshire hen that now
lays three, eggs n day has raised h cr-
nel t from the roft boll to tho otne
let class. Illchmond Tlmes-Dls-
Special Sale of
For Four Days Only
All High-Grade Goods at a Great
Saving Over .Regular Prices
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
April, 6, 7, 8, 9
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Au'os, ?1 per hour Lewis' Stables.4
'telephone bu3 m have Laundry
called for and delivered quick
Fine copperplate engraving ann
piliillrig at rteakbime's. Fort itrent,
Arctlci Soda. I.elthcad nnd Wood
v.,ardhpr!opQl5t7r 1263 Miller Btrcet.
Don't mlrs the Ilcbodak masiiuemdo
ball Saturday night nt K. of P. hall,
Kmbroldcred tioussnnus nnd Inncy
needlowork. Mr. II. Ilcll, 162 Hotol
Tltno spent at the Fashion Saloon. Ib
lime pleasantly upcnt ThlB place Is
sometimes known as the Two Jac,:s
1 I.cs.ler Pctrlft is coming down town
for n short' time nowa-dnys, lint he
slll feels tlib effects of his dangerous
Frederic L. Morong, M. I)., physician
nnd surgeon, has opened nHlrcs nt 270
Oqrotanla .street. , OfTlce hours 11-1,
3-5,' nnd 7-8 '
There wvore right cases on the Po
lice Court .calendar this morning and
they were quickly disposed of by
htilge A n i!ra ile.
Dr. M. Oyama of Walluku, who Is
Isltlng In Honolulu, leaves this after
iron on tho H'eamer Claudlnc, nccuni
pnnicd by his bride,
Further entries for tho polo vnult at
he Iloys' Fields arc! V. Marcalllno,
Coekron.HIgh Jumi Cockron, Mar
There Is no cracker Just os good as
Pnradlso. Your grocer will supply
"on. 10 000 freo sample packages will
bo distributed here next wcok. .
,Thp only soda works In town where)
vnu can get Hires' Hoot Heer nnd Iron
Pprt also huie distilled water, Con
solidated Soda.. Water Works. Fob. 71.
lhlt JIII'H lillOCIU .11 (HO. Ku.llllUK
aloon when jnu wauf liquid refretd
lent. You will get gooi goods ant
'iiilrtcoiis timtmonl th"0,
Pak Kal Kyong. a Korean who stole
some clothing belonging to another
man. was sentenced to nlno months'
Imprisonment this morning by Judge
Amorlcan Steam Laundry docs deli
cate fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' dresses. Clothes cleaned and
presied. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phono 303.
Wm. Kcanu, ono of tho staunch
Home Hulers on Mnul, Is In Honolulu,
having arrived yesterday on tho Clnud
Ino. Mr. Kcanu reports that tho Maul
Homo Hulers are hopeful of their vic
tory nt the coming election.
Bear In mind that tho merchant?
who give green utamps will not In
crease their prices, but on the con
trary their Incionsc In trade by thlf
system enables them to sell chbapet
The tug-of-wnr. which has been
delayed nnd postponed by the wet
weather, may possibly coma oil on
Sunday afternoon. The Athletic
Park lln-n bad stnto'at present, nnd
Is being terribly cut up by horses.
The' event-rirthiTbcason will bo tho
masquerade ball to bo given by the
Hebekahs nt K. of P. hall on Saturday
evening, April 9. Hnndsumo prizes
will bo given for the best dressed and
most original costumes, also prizes for
cards. Tickets at tho door, 50c.
. Tho Aiito Llvery Co, Phone 6, Is now
under tho management of Qulnn, He'.'i
ojtnl Qulnn. eleven first class 7-scated
cars! Packards, Thomas-Flyers, etc
Hound the Islon trips n specialty, 6
imnn-iibvi., 91U.UU, UCBl Cliy SOP
There, will bo a meeting of tho
Ilorctanla Tennis club next week.
and tho election of officers will bo
proceeded with. Thero Is to bo n
progressive tournament In the near
Xuture, and the Idea is gaining a
lot of favor among the tennis peopU.
The amateurs aro responding In
g.rcnt shapo to the Invitations of the
eommlttco in charge of tho yncht
fund. Tho probabilities are that tho
show at tho Kmplro will havo to be
given several times to accommodnto
tho crowd that Is oxpectod to roll up.
Alexander Young lias leased a plcco
of property next to tho Moana hotel
and It Is his Intention to move tho cot
tago that nqw stands to the left of
tho hotel o tho newly acquired lot. It
Is not known yet to what uso Mr.
Young will mako of. tho place to bo
mnilo vacant by tho removal of tho
cottago but his plans will soon bo
mado known. It Is thought that an ad
dlljon to tho hotel will bo built.
RAnaAttF- aikiss ;
' City Tiansfer Co., IK Jt !
JAS.H. LOVE. PHONE J152. . ' '
, 1, ,1.,'" 1 -' .y jT arrived " 1 depArtcp i
!. , , .. a, .. . . . .' ' Thursday, April 7. i
UU MTCUCDnMT lUflT t H I I Ui aTEUEDIIlUT RiriTEH I . aHHBiMsaW 1 -M-
THAT THERE Is n graveyird of
steamers nt tho entrance of tho StralU
of Enn Juan do Fuea Is' tho theory
advanced by IoojI shipping mo;i
undersea obstruction encoumero,, by
tho whalers of tho stennicr Or.on six
miles south of Ucluclet. which they
cnnjectuu'.l tnlgh't ho Hie hulk of tho
long-lost ploop-of.wnr Condor, tho
sepulchcr of HO Drlllsh tars. "I
have watched tho accounts of the loss
of the steamers missing nftcr their
departure7 front those, shores careful
ly," says ono marine authority, "and
nm convinced that the most probablo1 matlno hells on this oaBt. Tho thrco
ciiiec of tho repeat!! dlmsters is a hells to be flrrt Insinlo.l In nearby
rlnnnclo of rock. -It seems to mo thnt waters will hi placed to test their
somewhere to tho northwest of Duntze suitability, nnd when they aro In oper-
Head there Is such n plnnaclo, nnd tho'atlon the C. P. H. will equip nil their
loss of II. M. 8. ;ndor tho steamers' local stenmors with Buhmnrlne Jip-
Mnttcawati Montscrrat, Kccvvatlu, nnd parntua, Tho two new steamers .or-
those others Hint have disappeared, dercd for tho company for tho local
leaving. Initi ntscant aniout of wreck-1 service uio being splendidly fitted and
age, found long nftcr, to Indicate their furnished. The one intended for Iho
fnte have, In nil probability, been duo night scrvlco between this city ind
to tllelr colliding with this pinnacle. Vancouver will bo a single screw steel
If Investigations wore made, say by paEsenge'r steamer. 209 fco long. 4
sweeping wjlb a chain between two feet beam nnd 17 feet deep. Sho will
vessels, It Bcenis to me Hint this ob-jhnvo 3100 horsc-Kiwer nnd a guaran-
tructlon,.woj)Jd,J)o,, definitely placed. Iced service speed of 17 knqts. The
In my opinion,' tho wrecks of these "thcr vessel Intended for tho Victoria-
iilim.s forgotten craft lie there, prob-, NnnalmoComox routo, will bo n twin
ab.y heapqd 'together In this grave- screw steamer, 210 feet long 10 fact
yard vault of'ihW'aWd If a wrecking ueftm nnd 16 foot deep, with 2300
vessel went tb; lnvcslgate the result! horse-rower. No names hnvo yet been
would, I feol-joonflrtont bo of largo selected for these two new Princesses.
advantage to Jbo wr.eckcrs. If they Tho selection of names is not without
located the wrecks '('hey would iccover " difficulties, both Lloyd's and thu
chain nnd o-lier;jiiaterlals which would government refusing to permit the uso
handsomely rcwbril them for their cf- of names already held by any craft on
forts." Meanwhile, the icoplo of Iho register of Lloyd's.
Ueluelet nre excited over the reports v
of the steamer Orion concerning tho1 COMINO FROM Newport News with
obstruction slid encountered. Thero nf" I shipment of Pocahontas coal tho
Is nothing beyond tho roulln- of tho nrltl"" ,rmI steamer Hoscbink In
1Z". h !! i ,11, .Si nmv 0llt flft' ''"y flom ,l10 Atlantic
whalers cable, nnd that he cut end co . coa 11()rt T)0 ve,se ,9 ,.,.
camo up covered with paint, to baso ng y tIl0 WIl. of Mngcjh,, Btralts..
tho assumption of Iho locntion of aj o ,
wreck upon, (jut thcisetllcrs consider Till: INTKIMSLANI) steamer Cns-
that investigation Would most prob- cade Is reported as loading sugar at
ably rcvoaj a sunkvu.yWicck. I Honokua at the time of sailing or tho
"iai l Manila I.oa. The Ho'ene was expected
A LARGE nnd varied cargo from"
K.ona and Kau irarls arrived this morn
ing by the Inter-Island liner Manna
Loa. Tho vessel brought SO saloon
passengers. Tho freight list Included
3616 sacks sugnr, 63 sacks coffee, 12
sacks glngor, 115 sucks taro, 26 sicks
beans, 30 hcad.c;ittkvlt crates honey,
1S1 packages sunilrlua, 2029 cases of
canned pineapples. IOJuitcIh oranges,
to bunches bananas, 66 pieces of koi
lumber and 19 hogs, TJio Manna Loa
met with light northeast trades and
I . I You can cee tho eighth wondqr of
AROUT A THOUSAND tons of ' tho world In electrical contrivances at
freight will bo dlsohnrged from the,! Orpheiim Saloon- ;
Matson Navigation Btcmncr Lurlino at 'Iho comtortablo and handsomely
Knhulul. Tho vessel sailed for tho ' furnished quarters of "Tho FaBlilon"
Maul port last evening and Is cxpectod saloon ore making It more and nioro
to return to Honolulu on Sunday. The. popular. "It'B The Fashion."
Lurlino takon a coiiillgtimont of sugar Tho fresh fruit flavors now used by
and other linen of Hawaiian products' Rycioft's Fountain Soda Works mako
to the coast and will depart for San their sodas tho most delicious unit re
Francisco on Tuesday evening nt 5 fieslllng drink. Telephone 270 for n
o'clock. . I case.
10) Hand picked coal qnd carefully scl-
THE ARRIVAL of tho American ' octed wood of thu best quality is 'tho
bark Albert at Kaeiua Is reported by klpj of fuel handled by thu Union-Pa-
tho offlccrH of tho steamer Mauna Ixia, rifle Transfer Co, 121 King street,, to!-
airhlag nt this ort to.ay. Tlio A I- ephono 58.
bert, sailed from Port Oamblo thirty-1 Tho men of Honolulu cn.nnot find u
three days ago and Is said to havo ar- moio stylish shoe any prlcu than
rived at tho-HaWall port with her ship- thn new $3.50 shoe nt tho Manufac(ur
ment of lumber consigned to II. Hack- els' Shoe Co. These bIiocs can bo had
r.ii.1 0. rn. 1. A . It. nft lnn, I. ...... '
ivm u vuiiimiijr, U,jl)ri ,
THE TWO American Bhlvu Falls of
uiycio ami Marlon E. Chllcott sallod
from (lavlota for Honolulu within a
dny of each other. Tho Chllcott left
thu oil port fourteen days ago. tho
Falls of-CiyacvfolIowlng Inter. Theso
VAB.nl. .,II1 I.I..m ..!! ..1.1. ..... n
Vessels 'Witt hrtnfr full Hhlnmitnto ,-nn
Bigned tor Iho Associated Oil Company,
PURBHR' FRIBLE of tho steamer
Mauna Loa, arriving fiom Konu and
Knu ports touiiy, reports tho follow
Ing sugar iiiwaltlng stilptucnt on lln
wall: Honuupo, 5389; Plinaluu, 7881;
Honoknn, 1600: Kukulhnelo, 4000;
Paauhttti. 1H.0W," Panullo, 3200; Ku
THIi UNITED STATES revenue cut
ter Thetis having returned from Kn
hulul. when 'ilht! 'participated In the
pulling of thu Mathow Turner from
the reefB there, wl remain at Honolu
lu for u few days, h'eforo again taking
up a crulso to, th'o, neighboring bird
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Hawaiian Islands Oahu Southerly
THE I1RITISII freighter Glenshlel,
with a ful shipment of coal from tho
East coast of tho United Stutcs, Is, duo
to nrrlvo at, tho por' dally. Tho vessel
sailed from Nowport Nowb lirty-two
days ago and brings fuel consigned to
the navy department,
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Nil,
hau arrived from Kaual norts this
.; Vi". 5 "5.'" i"'.' l"lTir .r
rrr.i'T,'" " Jtr"bX" .'
rian to discharge
.--v...., ,.n..ni(ll I.Vl&l.lUl IIIDBUU-I
,TIE QCEANIQ BteuniBhlp Slorra
waii repotted by wireless at 8 o'clock
as being, 168 mlog.off tho iiort stoam
Ing lowaids San Francisco and meet
ing with pleasant weather.
ADVICES RECEIVED, hero from tho
mainland nro to tho effect thnt tho
yjjltod Status rijvorma cutter Thetis
will remain nt tho Honolulu station for
i(b Indeflrilto period.
side, Pearl Harbor-Dredger Channel ; ' ;'7, " 7"' ;'-'"':
Uuoy B. a 2d-clnss can. has beei, re-'11, ?' ?m?llt11ce- U ls rP)""-ted hers
moved this day pending tho complo- wl" laK) "ll'ml "tepj to enlist for
tlon of dredging operations in its vie- ,nor President Jtoobovelt In tho com-
gatlon arc to be placed on tho DrltlsH
Columbia coast, probably nt Oosslp
'"""f. ho ndheads of tho Frassr rlv-
ml nl,"'1,ci: contiguous point, no-
SUHMARINB bells as nldslto ndvl
p,, of tho canaillnn Paclftc Hallway
IV-IJ l till) Vy() liail 111 II 4 UJtmw JMllltT.lJ
Company, who has Jint rotiirno from ,
n protracted visit to the United K:ng
dopi, utter nwardlng contract! for two
mora Princess liners for Iho local flcel
cf tho C. P. H. Cnplaln Troup attend
ed a meeting of the llsihthnuio hoard
nt Ottawa en route home, and there
learned of. the Intention to place sub'
" . "".., "'... '. "B D"HJr "' ""u
same port tomorrow.
111 UU IVJillUlD,
For perfect work with jour cimera
" '-" -- a
you should hnvo a Ooerz Lens. Ask tho
nonoiuiu t'noio & supply Co. for ono
( their hoqks telling all about theso
I ;' ou aro Interested In economy in
I lib liiiino bo sure to see tho wonderful
I lln.l.tt ttl.tlt,.- 1 nrirnw nl .....l.'..t ,1...
Home Jlutter Merger at work nt tho
flshmarkct on Saturday from 9:30 to
10:30 In the morning and from 2 to 3
In the afternoon.
It you want to have a perfect fitting
thoo got tho Regal, which Is made In
n.unitcr sizes. Other bIiooh aro mado
In half and full tdzes but tho Regal
gives you besides ono quarter nnd
If thu young ;nen of Honolulu want
something specially snappy and smart
it. their spring clothes thoy will do
well to glvo Sllvn's Toggery a call.
Thero tho lutest models In the famous
Hart, Scluffner & Marx clothes can'
be seen. , ,
WILL ASK B00SEVELT
TO STUMP FOR TICKET
ing cnmpulgn upon his roturu to the
United States from Atrial,
Officials, of tho eommlttco, it ts
said", havo beon n correspondence
with Mr. Hoosovelt nnd have unfold
ed to him a plan which contemplate',
a fcpectucnlar speech-making' t'oijf of
the" west, particularly In Stajei
wjhere jtlie RO-ciil)ed Ins'urqn move
ment Is militant. The former Pre
sident's attention Is said to havu
1,pen eal to the fact that In
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i iu me iuci uiui in ,iy,ui)
Tnft, then the Be'cfetary
lf war, mado u tour of the west up
holding tho policies of President
Itbobovelt, and dppcuUng for a re
turn o( a Republltun House of Hep
rpspntiitlves. - That It will be com
paratively easy to convince Mr.
Roosevelt Hint turn nhout Is fair
Play. Is snld (o lie tho belief of tho
, (loo'ilness vjlhoijf rnQt j('nican-Ingless.
J WASIIINOTON, D, C. Mar. 30.
I'lin rn..l.tln.. r 1 '.
Thursday. April 7.
In'rcpld, slinr., p. in.
VE88EL3 TO ARRIVE
Friday. April 8.
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Man-
Saturday, April 9.
IJIIo nnd way ports Mli'inn
Sunday, April 10.
Maul nnd Moloknl lsirts-
Knual ports-Klnait. stmr.
Monday, April II.
San Francisco-Nippon Mnru, T. K.
K. S. 8.
Manila via Nagasaki Sheridan, U.
8. A. T.
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Novndnn, A.-II. 8. 8.
Wednesday, April 13.
Kauai ports W. (I. Hall, stmr.
Thursday April 14. ,
llnwall nnd Mnul ports Claudlnc,
Friday, April 15.
Hongkong nnd Japan porta Chlyo
Mnru, T. K. K. 8. S.
Saturday, April 16.
Hllo nnd wny poils Maun.i Koa.
Sunday, April' 17.
Sallnn Cruz, San Francisco, Seattle
Columbian, A.-1I. S. 8.
Mnul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Knual jKirts Klnau, stmr,
Monday, April 18.
i Sun Francisco Siberia. P. M. S. S
Tuesday, April 19.
San Fraucltco Wilhclmlna, M.
Wednesday, April 20.
Knual oris W. O. llnll, stmr.
Hawaii and Maul ports Clau lln?.
Friday, April 22.
San Francisco Sierra O. 8. S.
Saturday, April 23.
, Hllo via way ports Mauna Ken,
Hongkong and Japan ports Asia,
P. M. 8. 8.
Sunday, April 24.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai poits Klnau. stmr.
Tuesday, April 26.
San Franclkco Chlnn P. M. S. S,
AustiMilnn ports via Suva Makura,
C. A. 8..S., .
Salluii Cruz, via San Francisco and
Scat'lc AlHskahs A.-H. S. S..,
Wednesday, Apr"l 27.
kaual portb JA'.O, Hull, stmr.
Thursday, Aprli 28.
, Ilawall and Maul ports Claudlnc,
Friday, April ,29..
Vlctotl.i and Tuncouver Mnrania,
C.-A, S. 8.
Soujh nnd CcntrJl American ports
Mnnshii Mam, Jap. stmr.
Saturday, April 30.
Hllo via way ports Mauna
Monday, May 2.
San Francisco Manchuria, I1
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, from Kona
nnd Knu ports April 8, D. I.elth. IC.
! II. Wllhlngton. W. N. Amcmann R. A.
I MnWnvnn T? TTlll-il flv ftr,ntiltn,.irli
.-- ..--rf.. .....a ... .vut.,
Miss J, II. Mnskey. n A. Davis Miss
T. Marlmoto. O, F. Wright, J. Yntos,
waiiace. aiis. i,. rierco. Mrs. J. A
Mngoon, Mrs. C. J. Magoon. C. Wol
tors. Jns. Mnrso, Mrs, A, .8. Hols' Mrs,
J. It. Wllhon.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Thursday, April 7.
8AN FJtANCISCO Arrived April 7:
Itktne Olympic, from Kuunapall.
HILO Artlved (no clntolSch. O. M.
Kellogg, from Grays IIuTbor.
HILO Arilvcd (no date): 8. 8. Enter-
nrlso from Snn FrnncRro
HILO Sailed April 0: S, S. Mexican,
lor sauna Cruz. ,
WITNE88 IN' DR. MOORE
CASE RETURNS TO CITY
8. F. Call: Harry C. Dell, the miss.
Ing government witness I ntho caso
against Dr. Dunlop Moore of the Unl
ted States marine hospital, returned
to tho city yesterday anil nodded tho
federal authorities that ho would bo
present at tho, preliminary examina
tion which takes placo March, 30. Tho
former hospital nurse explained to
United States Marshal Elliott that ho
had Qono to Santa Cruz lu feearch of
work and had Intended to notify th-i
umnoriticH or. Jiis wiicrcaboutB as soon
ns ha was settled,
Dell is tho -nurse who was on duty
when Doctor Mooro Is alleged to havo
brutalty,,heuten Mateo Ilrezzlnlo, a se
man. while the, latter was lying on his
death bod. IJls testimony haB been,
moKcn npon ns most important, being
corronorai ivo or tne c inrges fl ed by
William Hoist, another patient In tho
Tho testimony of Dell Is nlso consld
ered most Imjioitnnt In connection
with tho inquiry into affairs at tho
hospital, which is being conducted by
Dr. P. M. Carrlngton uudpr ordoi
irom aurgeon lienoral Wyninn. WJiat
(Ii? scope of the Inquiry Is Jioweyer.
hna been a closely guarded secret.
out it is Known that up to tho uroi.
I'M tlnio thn Invoitlgitlnn lias con
sisted of Infoppal talks with tho in-
Tesrrsatins-mirRr'tittrRO far as fho'com
piuintg iiav been coucerde'd.
Thursday. Apr I 7.
San Fianclsco via l'ort Alien nnd
Knhulul-IIIIonlan, M'. N. S. S.,ip, In.
Kahulul-Lurllno, M. N. 8. S.,(p..m.
Port San Luis Snnta Marin, Am.
stmr., p. m, i
VE88EL8TO DEPART J
Friday, April 8.
llnwall and Mnul ports Cbijidlno,
stmr., 6 p, nt.
Saturday,. April 9. ;
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Siillna Cruz via Port Allen, Knhulul,
nnd Hllo-Mlssourlnn, AMI. 8. 8.
Monday, April 11.
Japan rts nnd Hongkong Nippon
Mnru, T. IC. IC. S. 8.
ICnunl ports Noenu, stmr.
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Lurllnu, M. N. 8. 8.
6 p. m.
San Francisco Sheridan. U. 8. A. T.
Hllo ntul wny io'rts Mnnn.i ' Kea,
Knual ports Klnait, stmr.
Mnul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Thursday, April 14.
Knual ports W. (I. Jlnll, stmr.
Friday, April 15.
San Francisco Chlyo Mnru, T. IC. IC.
Maul and llnwall ports Claudlnc,
Saturday, April 16.
San Frnnclscn Novndan. A.-II. S. R.
Monday, April 18.
Japan ports Hnd Hongkong Siberia.
P M. S. 8. .
Kauai poits--Nocau, stmr.
Tuesday' April 19.
Hllo via vvn,'y ports .Mnumi , Kea,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr. ,
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,1
Thursday, April 21.
Kaual iKiits W. 0. llnll. stmr. '
Friday, April 22.
Maul nnd llnwall ports Claudlnc,
Saturday, April 23.
Snu Francisco Asia, P. M. 8. 8.
San Francisco Asia, P. M. B.'S.
Monday, April 25.
Knual ports Noenu, stmr.
Tuesday, April 26. j
Hllo via way ports Mnuni Kca,
Jnpan jiorts nnd. Hongkong China
P. M. 8. 8.
,, Japan ports and Hongkong China,
1'. SI, S. 8.
Victoria and Vancouver .Makura, C.
A. S. 8.
Kaual ports Klnau, stmr.
Wednesday, April 27.
San Francisco Wilhclmlna. M. N.
San Francisco Sierra. O. S. 8.
Friday, April 29., .
Australian ports via' Suva Mara'nia,
C. A. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 30
Japan ports and Hongkong Mnnshii
Mnru, Jap, stmr.
Monday, May 2.'
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. 8, 8.
Per stmr. Mnuna Ken. for Hllo nnd
wny ports April 12. Mrs. J. Vari Han
len Miss Rcnny Cation E. Langor, A.
L. Stetson. Mrs. Stetson, W. Lanz.
Per M. N. 8. S. Lurlino for San
Frnnclscn, Apr. 12 F. M Swanzy.
Mrs. Swanzy, Miss Swanzy, Mrs. Slat
tuiy, Mrs. Jordan, MrB. Murphy. Oco.
W. Peary. Mrs. Peary, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mears, 'Mrs. D. Ancona. Mrs. Mengcl,
Daniel Smith, David Manakn. .las.
Crovvell, Mrs. J. J. Carey, M. Filler,
Mrs. Fisher Mr. 8lattcry. J. A. C.
Peterson, Harry Clark, Mrs. E. N.
Engleharcit, Miss M; Englchnr'dt. II.
Ooodalo, Mrs. W. W. Ooodale. Miss
Clara Frank. Miss C. A. Carter, Mist
IC. Athcrton, Mrs. J. II. Atliorton E, T
Parsons, Mrs. Parsons. Miss I). (Irony
os, Miss 8. Flaxmnn, F. J. Vicrra', Mrs.
Viorra, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Christian.
W. P. Thomas. Mrs. W. P. Thomas.
Per stmr. Claudlnc, for Maul ond
Ilawall ports, April 8. Mrs, Mur
phy, Mrs. Peavey, M. Uonson, Mrs.
C. H. Desky, Miss J. Massey.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kaual porti,
April 12. Marshall Darrach, W, II.
Hlce, Mm. niro, Miss E. Rice.
Per stmr, Mauna Loa. for Kona
and Kau ports, April 12. fJov. W.
F. Frcar. Marston Campbell, Mrs. J.
A. Young, Miss Stone.
Mnls aro rlwo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Nippon Marti.
Yokohamn Per Manchuria,, April 8.
Vancouver Per Mnrania, April 29,
Colonies Per Makura, April 26
Malls, will depart for the following
points as follows: ',
San Francisco Per Manchuria, Apr. 9.
Yokohamn Per Nippon Murti, Apr. 11,
Colonics Per Maranin, April 29.
Vancouver Per Makura, Apr'lL 26.
Honolulu for Manila,
Dlx. nt Manila, Jin, 20,
Logan, arrived ol Mnnlla April .1.
Sherman, to arrive from, San Fran,
clsc'n, A;irll 12. i .
Sherldaii, sailed from Manila for Ho
nolulu, Mtirch 23,
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