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, Honolulu Stated.
onolulu- Commandcry Reg,-
ular 5 p. m.
All visiting roombers of tUa
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of lucnl lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Ht K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Ullltur nriMiirrnrt Members 01
wnnmc cnoinccno ,0ihcr Asm
.JENEFICIAL ASWIATION. ciation, eo?
If-"HARM0NY I0DQE. No. a. T. 0. n. V
H'Vt,.: . - '
meets every Monday evening nt
c.7:30 In I. O. 0. !'. Hall. Fort Stroot.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary. ;
'." II. 15. Mcl'OY. Nolilo i:r.uiil.
iy . All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
ff'' Meets every llrst and tlilfiti-IrP
fT Bay ovenlnRiit 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort nnd Ilcretanla. Visiting
Jirothors cordially Invited to flttyiid.
W.M. JONES, C. C,
O. l HEINE, K. n. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 6. E.'
. Honolulu Lodge No, Cl, II. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Jltrcct, near Tort, every Friday even,
lug. Visiting Ilrotboru nro cordially
invucii .to attend.
A H. A. DOUTIIITT. K. II
ffjg . H. 0. EASTON,. Sec'y.
iHAWAHAN TllIDE. No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
-! ' Jtccts every first nnd third Thurs-
yi,days of each month nt Knights of
cV. ryiniaB nail, visiting brothers cor-
rdially luvllcj to attend.
,. r. liiuuiistt, baciicm,
.V1! 1."? v n-nnn rt .. i
U.VT .. w, yj. ui it.
'. HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. K
" '. fleets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED-
, 'ii.NE8DAY evenings of each month nt
I -X7:30 o'clock tn K. of P. Hall, cornor
'llUeratanl.'i mid Fiirt strcnts. "" " -
? Visiting Eagles nro Invited to- nt.-'
W. n. IULEY. W. P.
VM. C. McCOY, Sec,
. ,Wra. McKinley Lodcc, No. 8, K. of P
.Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
i "Hall, cor. Kort and Ilcrotanla. Visit
LMng hrotliers cordially Invited to at-
II. A. TAYLOn. C. C.
K. A. JACOHSON, K. It. ,S.
WHEN IN NEED OF
' of any dcicriptlon
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
i GEO. 0. GUILD Manager
Stop Paying Rent
' See the
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
Phone 663. 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
TtOMfisTEOlf SALE In rMeent
parts of town and near town. Easi
. UNIMPROVED PROPERTIES
HOUSES FOR RENT
A3 Merchant St. TelrTSfJ
& BULLtJIN A.p.8 PAy W
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOONO. '
Monday, April 11.
I.t nntl Mm. V V- Stewart, Lello
hun. Sunday, April 10.
E. Kelly. Sun Kranclsco; C. Irwin,
Alca; Mr. nnd Mrs. -A. H. Wilcox Ktt-
ual; C. (la' Lnnal; ,1.. William, Mnuli
.1. Williams, Maul; IA J,,K. Hume, I.t.
and Mrs. I) P. Quintan. Schoflcld liar
rnrks: N llourlio, Pearl Hnrbor; N.
Monday, April 11.
V. P Thomas Wahlawa; Miss May
Sunday, Airll 10.
W. II. Krl dly Wnhlawa; C. D. M.
Tnchorn, Ewa; I). I). Gregory. Lollc
hun; .1. Illshop II. II, Wellcr. Maul.
Bargains In watches, musical goods,
etc. J. Carlo, Kort street.
Miss Woodard has boino veiy fine
novelties on display nt her Kort
. Th Uulun Klectrlc to., Harrison
joildlng, Ilcrotanla street, will Install
'yoiir private tolephone cheaply.
Yc ArtH & Crafts Shop." Md.. Kort
ilrcuU has just loculved Vomo hcau-
lilful jspeclmens of the skill of Otto
Wlx In water colors.
Tho beef sold at the Metropolitan
Murkl't Is equal to the beat of that for
willed England Is famous. Order on
: liocolato cakes with whipped
crtam between tho layers, aro jnipidar
with, tho patrons of tho Palm Cufe,
Children's suits In all varieties,
wnBh dresses on ft la'llcs shirt Vatsts,
new lines of ladles' llngcrlo nnd tail
ored waists nt tempting prices at
Illom's this week.
Ladles will find tho1 black Suede
shoos, straps or Vienna tics sold at
Mclncrny's shoo store, Kort abovo
Kliig, both comfor!nb!u and fashion
able. Try n ten-dollar trip to Hulolwn.
You havo n day nnd n night nt tho ho
tel and carriage drives to tho sugar
and pineapple plantations, returning to
NoKriU'letle underwear, H. V. 1)..
goonfjfnow shirts nnd pajamas, Ju
llght-'-WcJght. and pretty colors. A
flno lot of' new suitings at Yce Chan
& Co.'s, King and llothel street.
i -i.rnio-"Spccl41s'' for Monday, Tuesday
and. Wednesday nt tho Sachs Dry
Oooifcj Co.;. will attract attention.
AnuiiiH .tile bargains will bo Percalo
Shirting, Twilled Toweling, Covert
I.. . IN FOREIGN PORT I
Monday, April 11,
OIIAYS IIAHDUil Sailed April 10:
Sch. O. W. Watson, for Illlo,
POUT ALLEN Sailed April 8: Ilk.
Footing Suoy, for Dolawnro Break
water. OIIAYS HAUflOIl Sailed April 10:
Ilktne J. L. Stanford, for Honolulu.
KAANAPALl Arrived April 8: 8. 8.
Itosccrans, fioni Oavlola.
KAANAPALl-Sallcd April in; 8. S.
Hobecrans, for Oavlota.
THE HAItK Andrew Welch was
towed from Pearl Harbor tn Honolulu
yesterday nftuitioou, Tho Welch will
load sugar, for San Kranclsco.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
?W"" ' &,1CE-W,1,," Tits J
Boys' Wash Suits
In White, Russian and Sailor Suits; sizes 3 to. 8 years
$1.50 and up. All new goods.
Children's Wash Dresses
200 to choose from;
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Great line of Ladies' Lingerie and Tailored Linen
Waists at tempting prices. Many styles; all leaders.
Fort Street, opp. CpaUc, C,irvch, ;
- , , ' -v ' " P TT " " ' ' y .'I'l- . ' p-ir-. p iy w r i:
IQCAL AND GEHERAl jfJ A (Itfl A Ifffn
Autos, 14 per hour. Lewis' Stables.
Fruit flavors. Arctic soda. Ixdlhcad
ft Woodward, 'phono 667, 1263 Miller.
Embroidered tiousscaus and fnncy
Lnoedlotvork. Mrt. II. Dell, 1C2 Hotel
Aloxander Smith, water lima nt
Kohala plantation, has accepted a
position at Hakalau.
Frederic L.'Morong, M, I)., physician
and surgeon, has opened offices nt 270
Boretanla street. Ofllco hours 11-1,
3-5, and 7-8.
The only soda works, In town whero
you can get Hires' ,Uoot Beer and Iron
Port, also havo distilled water. Con
solidated Soda Water Works. Feb. 71.
UMl juuk Itoburu at tho Kvnlilck)
-Jalonn when you want liquid rcfresl
ment. You wll get good goods hm;
coiirleous trnntmenl thTo.
It Is reported that the California
Canneries 'Association mny tnko
over tho llllo pineapple cannery
A representative of tho hrm Was In
llllo last week.
It Is stated that tho now Yokohama
Sjiccle Bank will open for buslncis to
morrow. This building has been under
construction for nearly two years and
Is considered ono of tho handsomest
buildings In tho city.
Tho Saturdny afternoon excursions
to' tho Volcano House aro withdrawn
from April 1st, 1910. They have
have been very poorly patronised of
late and will, only ho run herenfter
when spcclnlly advertised or ar
Ten Japanese headod by II. Mlk',
who hns acted as Interpreter In tho
Honolulu courts tor many years and
Is nt prcsqnt noting in that capa
city Rl HIIO, propose lo siuri n iu'
bacco plantation In Kona, leasing
land from tho Illshni estate.
'Memorial services over ,tho nshos of
tho late Lorcnso P. Tennpy will ho
hold 4:30 p. m. Tuesday, nt nlaco of
Lln'tirmcnt In tho old mission copictcry
nt Wnlklkl end or Kawnianao
church: friends, acquaintances and
nny ono Interested nro Invited to
Mr. Andrew IJndsay Is nt present
In Honokan. straightening up his af
fairs preparatory to returning to lto
chestor, Minn., whero ho will tako
further trentment. Mrs. Lindsay 1
nt Olaa, spending somo tlma with
Mrs. John Watt. Tho two wins arc
As a result of a meo'lng of tho
Civic Uaguo nnd Plantation Man
agers of Kohala district each plan
tation Is to havo an Isolntlon hos
pital, sanUnry plumbing, disinfec
tion for-.houEca, nnd some person tti
report'dally to tho doctor or sanitary
Inspector. All buildings nro to b'l
raised two feeet fro'ai tho ground, alt
vnults disinfected, privies made fly
proof, arid" wash-houses to havo con
crete floors. Thcro nro to bo no
stables or domestic animals or fowls
In tho cam pa.
Tho bucking nnd backfiring of Dr.
Hodglns' auto yesterday nfternoon re
mitted quite seriously for tho mnchlno
and It was n inlraclo that tho doctor
was not fatally Injured. As It was,
ho suffered n sovcra wrench In tho
bnck. . The gnsollno tank at tho rear
of tho machine took nro and exploded
blowing tho rear portion of tho auto
completely to pieces. Thuso who saw
the accident statu thnt they do not sco
how tho doctor escaped with hU Ilfo.
Tho plnclil.no. .which was wrecked nt
tho corner of Lunatllo nnd Pcnsacol.'.
streets, was hauled to tho repair shop
on n dray,
An llliintratcd lecture, depleting
Incidents In a ten-planter's lite In
Assam, India, will bo given nt St.
Andrews' Cathedral on Thursday
evening nt 8 o'clock, Tho lecturer
will bo Mr. Mnrshall D. Taylor, who
bpent somo fourteen years In tho
wilds of Assam and In tho Doorna
nnd Tcral, those dreaded malarial
lclts situated at tho baso of tho
Hlmalaycs. This same leqturo, Illus
trated with 100 stercoptlcon slides,
will bo delivered before the nfflcerr
nnd men of tho FJfth Cavary nt
Lcllebua on Monday ovonlng, tho
a 8th Inst.
sizes from 2 to 14 years 50c.
lldN'OLto.u, t. It., mon'daY, APh.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H, LOVE.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Telephone 6Q3 iu hnvo L.nmdi,
called for and delivered quick
Fine copperplate engmttiiK am
printing' At, neakbaqo's. Kort Mn'Ct,
Tho skating .Marathon will ho held
on April 23. nnd nlready thcro has been
n big demand .for tickets.
.Tho Eagles will hold their annual
concert next Wednesday night nnd a
bumper attendance Is expected.
W, T, Lucas, manager of Henry Mny
& Co;, left on tho Manchuria for tho
mainland, where ho Is going In search
.Tho trial Jury will report In Judgo
Cooper' department of the Circuit
Couit Wednesday nt 10 o'clock.
Thcro is no cracker Just ns good as
Paradise, Your1 grocer will supply,
you. . 10,000 freo sample' packages will
be distributed hero next week.
The Country Club "booster" dinner
was much cnjoyod.hy nil tlmso pres
ent and after kaukau a program of
games was worked out to n finish.
American Stecm Laundry leads In
sanitation,, cxcclienco of work. Ben
sonnbte prices. (Quick delivery. Ex
pert laundry work In all branches.
No ono need go hungry now. Peter's
Messenger Service Is delivering ono
thousand sample boxes of the Para
dise Soda iCruckers free. Husslnns
Call nt tho 'show rooms nnd get
twenty-flvo Orecn Stamps free. Every
thing In the show room Is freo for
Orocn Stamps. Call today ornny dny.
.Boretanla opposltoiKIro Station.
l.MIss ,Nnn Asplnwall had n serious
accident whllo, out .riding yesterday.
A ;pct niulo from Maul named Noah
kicked her. K.should havo been named
Jonah. This will prevent her .from
appearing at tho.EmpIro Theatre for n
fow dnys. J
Tho friends-of Mr. and Mrs. a. Ci
Hofgaard will. bo glad to loam thnt
they expect to live In Hllo, where
Mr. Hofgnard has business Interests.
Thlspopulai1 eottplo havo been much
missed In Hamnkua.
There was n 'row In a Chinese res
taurant about 'midnight on Saturday
night, and It aroso throiiKh somo
youths breaking up n bunch of chop,
sticks nftcr getting through their sup
per, uepuiy koso Happened niong ana
soon Quelled tho trouble.
The Auto Livery Co. Phqno 6, Is now
under the management of Qulnn, Itc'.i
and Qulnn, cloven first class 7-seatcd
cars! Packard?, Thomas-Flyers, etc.
Round tho Island.trlps a specialty, 1
passengers, JlQ.tp, Best city son
Tho night tennis tournament will
start up nt tho Manoa Valley courts on
Wednesday, April I3nnd will bo com
tinned for four evenings. 'Play will
start nt 7 o'clock Jharp, and every
body Is requested to bo on tlmo so as
to 'get through tho schedule In good
So far tlioro hus-Jicon no troublo
with regard to tho police end of tho
Russian difficulty nnd, .beyond a fow
anxious mothers who thought thc(r
children were kidnapped, everything
Is, quiet at tho pollco station. All of
tho bablca who wcro "loaned" to Ha
waltnns nnd Portuguese women hnvo
been returned safe und sound.
Tho Tnnjoug Olok rubber planta
tion has under cultivation 10' ncres
two years und four months old, 50
acres two yoarB o)d, 150 acres, ono
year nnd eight months bid, 50 ncrej
ono year and four months old, 250
acres ono year old, 23a acres. -ten
months old, 200 acres six month
old. Thcro havo been cleared ready
for planting 90" ncres, nnd there
have boen felled but not cleared flvo
and a half acres; thcro havo been
planted but now overgrown 00 acres,
which will bo cleared rfnd replanted,
and nine und a quarter acres still
remain In Jungle This makes n
total , of 1150 3-4 acres planted to
robbor mil waiting to beplantod up.
POLICE COURT AND
Twclvo gamblers '.wcro sunnoscd to
face Judge Andrndo this morning but.
whon the roll call was tnado, only ono
of tho defendants answered. Ho was
Bnod $0 nnd costs nnd tho hall money
of tho rest of tho bunch, amounting to
fa jht .nean, was .doclarcd forfeited.
Tho gang was caught by Chief Me
Durilo and party' bri Saturday up at
tho Nuunnu dama.
Sam.Moullsh wnn fnitml milllv ,if fw.
.sault and battery nnd lined .ill for,. tho
uui-iiho, ,io men nainco atitio and
Lcnnhaii woro fined $0 each for nn af
,fray whtclf'fyolc 'l!aco on Saturday
night.,- r k ,, V
TliredJdrunVi who had evidently
tried to beat nit nvlstfnir rnmrria af
beor swigging on .Saturday, appeared
In conrl'itiul jCtcISIroy.'ii chronic, bum.
"-. fttii-riuiuii uiumiiB Jtui, flic Will
havo n, mate for' tvo months' of the
tlmo ns Darker Whn la fnt I-Mtlnir In.
to condition as"-a champion fix artist,
was nlso'seut over to Asch's hotel tot
sixty days. rTha third boozer got off
light with a flno of SG. Xlieso cases
cleared up thopale,ndar,for today nnd
tho court adjourned.
Tho following wireless has been
received by the agents from tho S.
"Slerrn. Anrll . 1010: S 11. in ,
Nine hlincll'i'il mlleu from Snu t.Vnn.
cweo. .strong WNW. winds, pnsslns
squalls. Rough sea. Har. 3s0; torn- to Mve imparted from thojCpaitVport
peraturo.'Ba;; - ' .. ,: tfhtfitodiAM'ftAnait.' tfW "
THE FltEtOHT UST.'df tho steam
er Mlkahala arriving from Maul and
Molokal ports Included 1800 sacks su
gar, 27 hogs, 160 sheep, C crates chic
kens, 1G sacks coconnuts, 30 sacks
corn, and 113 packages sundries. Tho
vessel met with fair weather on tho
I A SHIPMENT of flvo thnnvml aacki
of sugar was Included In ho shipment
brought to tho Jiort by tho steamer
Iwnlanl, now In port from' Mahukona
nnd other Hawaii forts. Tho Iwnlanl
met with considerable rough weather
I fin thn linmntvaot lilt.
I THE STEAMEIl Klnnu from Kauai
ports brought an assorted cargo, In
cluding 11 bales hides, 40 sacks cocoa
nuts 60 sacks tnro, 192 sacks rice) S3
packages sundries. Tho vessel met
.with light northeast trades and choppy
seas on the Inward voyage,
- DOUND FOIt Delaware Uroakwalcr
wlth.n full shipment of sugar, tho Arrie-,
rflcsn ship Fooling Sucy Is reported
to havo sailed from Elcelo on last Fri
day. This vcssol'lcft n largo .general
cargo brought from New York at Ho
nolulu. I THE INTJ3IMBLAND steamer Ke-
I nuhnu will sail for Kilnucn nnd Kntlal
ports at flvo' o'clock, this afternoon.
'i no vessel whin return with n ship
ment of sugar.
TWO LAItOE SHIPMENTS of cat
tlo from .Island ports havo arrived at
Honolulu .since Saturday mornliiK by
tluvlntcMelnnd stenmer Cascade. Tho
vessel ennio In early ,on Saturday
.morning with 9182 sacks of sugar and
'75 head, of Parker Ranch cattle. Tho
Cflscado was given n .quick dlspntch
to tho Itnymoml ranch" on Maul nnd
returned 'this, morning wl'.h eighty
head of cattle from this cstnto.
' A WIRELESS from tho transport
Sheridan, enroute ,f rom Manila ,to San
. Francisco via Honolulu stutcs that ves-
I sel's position us, 250 miles off (Ijo port
nt clglit o'clock last night. Tho Sheri
dan Is not oxpectod to arrive hero be
fore early tomorrow morning.
i Thn illtnr.Inl.in.1 nlnnmnr W. n Ilnll
from Knusl ports made an extra trip
I nnn. nrougni. 90U0 sacks,, or sugar,, 4
rabln aqd 3 dqclf. passengers from 'tho
Garden Island. The vessel Is to ho
dlspa.'chcd ,lor Kauai to .return on her
regular schedule .pn Wednesday morn
THE INTER.ISLAND sieimor Nil-
hau has left the marlno railway after
having undergone, a general cleaning
and repainting. , ' ,
HETWEEN NINE hundred and n
thousand tons of mnchlnory Is going
Into tho Jnpanosn freighter Nllgata
Mnru, now at . Illshop wharf .loading
iiortlons of a sugar mill suimllcd by
tho Honolulu Jron Works and Intended
for a sugar ostatc on Formosa. Tho
Nllgata ,Marn Is expected will .sail, for
Formosa the middle or latter part of
Iho week. The freighter Is well adapt
ed for carrying heavy pieces of cargo.
She .was built for tho express purposo
of transporting big guns from Japan
ese nnvnl bases to tho battleships and
SUQAR TO tho .amount of over flvo
thousand sacks which nnlvdil from
Knual by tho steamer Klnnu' Is being
loaded Into tho American ship John
THE AMERICAN SHU? Falls qf
Clydn Is oxpected to sail for Clavlotn
this nfternoon. The vessel has dis
charged n shipment of fuel oil nt tho
THE .AMERICAN Hark; Annie John
son. Captain Nllson, ,hs Ibcen1 shifted
to tho Fort street wharf thero to coni
tjnuo discharging cargo, preparatory to
Joadlng' 11 shipment of sugar for tho
coant, Tho Annlo Johuson Is one of
tho fow ships that como'down to Ho
nolulu In time which crowds closo on
tn thnt made by somo of the freight
GENERAL CARGO Is still going out
of the American bark Andrew Welch
which vessel rs returned from Poncl
Harbor, The Welch la now nt tho
" ' en
THE UNITED STATES quarantine
.launch Qahp Is again laid up for ,ro-.
pairs. Tho llttlo vessel Is considered
ad only 'eligible to tho scrap hoap, hut
whenovor tlio matter of 'supidylng tho
Honolulu station with a new craft la
mont'loned thoro Is n deep ,n'mT painful
silence nt .Washington. Tho local
quarantine authorities .suggest that If
thp funnel of' tho decrepit Oshu' could
be sent tp.Muro Jslund thero might bo
a possibility, of a now launch being
hullt around It.
ACCORDING to tho report brought
to tho fort by thosteamer Klnau, tho
fc!lowiig sugar awaits shipment', op
Kapal! K. S. ,M.., 6050 bags; M. A- K.v
,33 049; 0. & It!. C070; V, K 1300;
McD.. 10,420; K. 8. Co.. 300;.M. 8." Co.,
25.000; ,K, P., 873Q; L. P., 15,448; H.
M 12 280.
,THE SERVICE says that .official or
ders were' received recently that no'
moro government employes will be al
lowed to tiaVl on United States 'trans-'
ports.; This will hit hard In some di
rections, as It Jias boen .the common
thing In tho past ,'to tnko A (rip to the,
Coast on Uncl. Samuel's Jfank.
THIC AMERICAN, sehooner h. W,
Watson -with n full Bhlpment of. liinu
hilt, frnnt ttvmv'a IIos-Iimh In n..i
i j - ' 7"
1 ARRIVED '' DEPARTED ,
Siinda', April 10.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala',
stmr., a. in.
Kaiml ports Klnau, stmr., 4:30 n. m:
Knual ports W. q. Hall, stmr., 4;33
Mahukona nnd Knwnlhac Iwnlanl,
stmr., '6; 15 a. in.
Knhulul Lurllno, M. N. 8. 8., a. m.
Gavlota Falls of Clydo, 4m- P-
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
San Francisco Nippon Mnru, T. K.
tr a a '
1. 0,0. , .
Tuesday, April 12.
Manila via1 Nagasaki Sheridan, It.
S. A. T.
San Franclsco--Shorman, U. 8. A. T
8nn Francisco Novndnn, A.-H. S, 8.
Wednesday, April 13.
Knual ports-; W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday April 14.
Hawaii , nnd. Maul sports Clnudhie,
' .Per stmr. Klnu, from Knual ports,
April 10. Miss A. vllruns, Mrs. John
Grubo. H. C. Gallock, Mrs. Mary Ke-
awe, Mr. .Mitchell, Mr., and MrB.,U Cle
ments, .Mrs. iScroggy, Mrs. J..E, Jacob-
sen, Miss M. Drown, Mrs. Grace Pa
Goo. 'Wlictw. Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Wll
cox, 'Ellen AVIIcox, Miss ,1'ilrvls. iliss
E. Mclr, E. Kopko Master .Douso, Q.
Sin, Miss Elmhorst, W. A. Conoy, N,
Decrr, Y. Skldp, Lesllo Wlshnrd, Drj
Rownt, C. 8. Dole. S. J. King, Douglas
Baldwin, Dr. and Mrs. Hoffmann,
Misses Hoffmann (2).
-Per stmr. Mlkahala from Maul nnd
Molokal ports, April 10. Mr. and Mrs.
Scnrlc, J. nenn, C. II. Ilalley, Mr. Mc
Klbbcn, Chns. Oay E. nnd R. Gay, Geo.
P. Cooke, Ka'hcr Tliomas. M. Meyers,
Mrs. Diivnuchelle, W. Hitchcock, Rev.
Hitchcock R. Hitchcock, Mr. Hnll, Mr.
NIPPON IHARU -
IS IN PORT
, Tho Toyo Klson Kalsha liner Nip
pon Maru, from San Francisco, ,ar
rived nt Alaken Btrcot wharf nt 2
o'clock this nfternoon. Two lay
over passengers remain at Honolulu.
-Tho vessel brought 'several hundred
sackn of .nmlnland mall.
Tho Nippon Mnru left San Fran
Cisco with her uvallablo freight ca
pacity taxed to "the dlmlt. The ves-
sol has .a largo .and valuable cargo,
Thero aro forty nass'encers travel
Irig In tho saloon, und uuout one
hundred and fifty Aslntlcs In tho
Masnhlro Ota, a 'through passon
ger, Is the chief of police of Toylo,
Japan, Ho haV been absorbing new
Ideas In the conduct of a metropol
itan pollco force.
Jrufessor K. Uycno Is the head ot
a large university In Japan. Ho la
tho chief Instructor ut tho Imperial
N. S. Fisher Is the United Stutcs
consulnr representative for Mukdon,
Manchuria. Ho Is returning after 11
conference .011 tho mainland.
N. W. Hlckllng Is 11 representative
business man of Shanghai. He Is
connected with Jardlne, Matheson &
Co., the steamship agents.
Mr. mid Airs. T. Fox are Los An
goles peoplo' on a round trip to 'the
PLANS LtEINU RECEIVED
At the last mooting ot the build
ing commltteo qf the new Y. M. U.
A. It was decided that tho plnns sub
mitted should not bo Inspected by
the "general public, ns outside lnflu
ences would, only tend to hamper
Two plans have been submitted,
and the balance aro duo today, it
Is anticipated that ut lenBt eight o4
cat architects- will submit plans, Und
'two are expected by tho Nippon
Maru, which arrived In port this
Cltve Davles Is chairman of the
building committee and will call u
meeting' to consider these later In
mo Week. Twenty of the leading
'citizens of this cty have been
clio'seh tb decldo which plnn Is best
suueu 10 mo requirements or local
conditions, and It will take at least
two' weeks before their decision has,
ui-uii icmiuii-u, ,
At 2 o'clock this afternoon a HU
wallan named Hill Plkake was In
stantly killed by having his neck
broken In n fall over the lanal rail
at his home. -
PlkaWe'cnmo homo In a badly In
toxkatcd condition, Oirlpglng also 11
bottle of cln for tho mmmhH nr ran.
tinning tho debauch. Ho" climbed'
the steps to hjs room In the Fornl
block, on Vineyard street, nnd after
.arriving nt tho top took a bender
over the rnll to thn ground holovv.
Hisiiock.-was broken In the fall.
aJijrBUijleTiN A'qV PAY-'
8uuday, April 10.
Sallnn Cms via Kahulul nnd IIIIo
Mlssourlau, A.-H. 8, 8., p. m,
Hawaii ports Nllhnu, stmr., p, m.
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Monday, April 11.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Nippon
Mnrit. T. K. K. 8.-S. '
Kauai ports Noenu, stmr., 5 p, hi.
. Tuesday, April. 12.
8an Francisco Lurllno, M. N, S. S.
0" p. m.
San Kranclsco Sheridan. U. 8. A'. T.
Hllo mid way ports Manna Kca,
Kauai ports Klnntf, stmr, .
Maul nnd .Molokal, ports Mlkahala,
I PA88ENQERS ARRIVED
Per T, K. K. 8. ,? ttlpiion Mnru,
from San Francisco. For Honolulu:
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rurkhnrt, Miss Nellie
Roscmnn Miss .Marguerite Iloscmnn.
Through: Mrs. II; Alklroanrl Infant,
Miss E. O. Calhoun, Miss M. H.nshldn,
Mr. Masnhlro OtaMr. . Bnkural.vMr.
A. W. 8chroeter, Prof.' E. Dyeno,ir.tr.
Fred. D. Fisher Mrs. Fred D. Fisher.
.MrN. W. Hlckllng! Mrs.' N. W., JHck-
ling, ir. It. M. Tappan, Mr. Lloyd W.
Rerry, Mrs. Lloyd W. Horry, Miss
Gladys Derlng, Mr., Edward ,A.Clznr.
Dr. Elbert Clark, Mr. Murray Crosby,
Mr. -Clinton W. Crow, Mr. Culaco
Dagdag, Mr. T. Kox, Mrs. T. Fox, Mlsi
Hazel HastlngsMr. Fi'nncls O'U KM
lorln, Mr. Wllhclmn Lcltzen. Mr W.
II. Lucas ;Mrs. W". H. Lucas. MIbs Kb
thcrlno IJucjis, Miss Ncttlo Mock, Mrs.
F. II. Tappan, Miss ,M.Tnppan, Mrs.
L. Wilcox, Mr. F. 11. Wright.
Ter stmr. Klnau for' Knual .porta.
April 12. V. do lirotteyllle. N. J.
Pchoenhcrger, 'E! 'Dls'chdf Mrs. Tred
well, Marshall Darrnch, 'W. II. Rico,
Mm. Rice. Miss E. Rice. Mrs, II. Dan
ford. Mrs, Schlmmolpfcnnlng, Miss
Per T. K. K. S. 8. Nippon Maru. for
Jnpnn ports and Hongkong, April 11.
R. C. Drown, Mrs. R. Willis, Mrs. Vail,
IISr stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo ami
way portB, April 12.-:-G. L. ..Ulna, Miss
Aklna, J. D. Easton. Miss Carol Rcld,
J. N. Williams, H. AV. Imball, J. Hnll,
Mrs. A, J, Conradt. W. F. .Drnko,,I.
M. Thomas, Eliza Ilrlght, Sarah Ko
awe,. vMlss A, Rlckard. .Airs. L. , An
drews, A. P. Patrick,, Mrs. Patrlpk.' E.
Lunger. A. L. Stetson. Mrs. Stetson.
Mrs. llcntley, Mrs. Folgcr. F. L. Wal
drnn.,M. F. Prosscr. R. W. Filler. J.
Riley, W .Green, Mrs. A. Keen. Mrs.
Per stmr. Claudluo, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, April 15. It. Wallace.
Mrs. A. Fcrnau'dcz, Moses Kckua. 8.
Knpqpa, Sirs, .Kn'pcpa. C. K. Kalclkoo.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, for Knual
ports, April 14. Frank Doyor.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal, ports, April 12. J. I). Mc
Veigh. Per steamer Mauna Kca for Hllo,
via way iiorts, April 12. -O, L. Aklnn,
Miss A. Aklna, J. D. Easton, Mrs, J.
Van Dnalcn, Mr. Golseoko, Mrs. A. IC
Conrndt, Eliza Ilrlght, Sarah Kenwo,
A. P. Patrick, Mrs. II, S, Patrick, B.
Lnuger. A. L. Stetson, Mrs. Stetson,
Henry Kaaa. 1 J,
Por steamer Mnuna Loa for Kami
and Kan ports, April 12. A. R. Ourroy,
Gov. Krcar, Mnrston Campbell,, Mrs. .1.
A. Young, ,D. Armltago, Mrs. J. D.
Paris, A. Shcpard, Mrs. Shepard,
.Misses Stono, R. A. McWnyno. Carl
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno for San
Francisco, Al'r.- 12 P. M. 8wnnzy.
Mrs. Swnnzy, Miss Swanty, Mib. flat
tery, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy, Geo.
W. Peary. Mm. Posy; Mr, and Mro.
Mcars, Mrs. D. Anconaj Mrs. Mcpgel,
llanlel Smith, David $!nnaka, fJos.
Crowcll, Mrs. J. J. Carey, M. Fisher,
Mrs. Fisher, Mr. Slattcry. J. A. C.
Peterson, Harry Clark, Mrs. K. N.
Englohardt, Miss M, Englchurdt, II.
Goodalb, Mrs. W, W. Goodule, Mlsa
Clara Frank, Miss C. A. .Carter, Miss
K. Athcrton-Mrs. J. 1). JVtlierton, E. T.
Parsons, ,Mrs. parsons, Miss 1). Greav
es, Mlsa S. Flaxman, iJ, yierrn, Mrs.
Vlcrra, Mr. and Mrs. II. I). Christian,
W. ,P. ThomiiB. Mrs. W. P. Thomas,
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona
and Kau ports, April 12.-. -Gov.-W.
V. Frcnr, .Marston Campboll', Mrs. J,
A. Young, Miss Stone,
Per stmr. Mnuna Ken, for Hllo nnd
way ports, Aprl 12. ;Mrs. J. Van Uaa
Ion, Mss Rcnny Cation. E. Langor, A.
L. Stetson, Mrs. Stetson, W. Lnnz.
Per stmr. .'Klnau, for Kauai portJ,
April 12'. Marshall Darrnch, W. II.
Illco, Mrs. Rice, Miss E. Rice.
I 1 MAILS. I
- . , '
,Malls aro mio at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Sau .Francisco Por Nippon Mnru,
Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru, April 10.
Vancouver Per Marama, April .29.
Cfalonlcs Per Maktirn, April 20.
Malls will depart for tho Following
points ,as follows: J ' '
San Kranclsco I.Vllne, April 12.
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Apr. 11.
Colonies Per Marama, April 29.
Vancouver Per Makura, April 20,'
1 TRANSPORT SERVICE. f
Crook, from Honolulu for ' Manila,
DIX, nt Manila. Jan. 20.
Logan, arrived nl Manila April. !l.
Rhnrinan. In arrive fiom 8nn Fran
cleco, April 12.
nnhr'JiH mntia for 0'
uolulu, March 23,
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