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EVENING MILLfiTiN, HOMoWLtJ. T. II.. WEDNESDAY, Apr. 13, 1010.
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Honolulu Commandcry Reg
ular 5 p. m.
Oceanic Flrit Degree.
All visiting membrrs of tns
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Bt K. P. Hall
7:30 r. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other A.so!
IENEFICIAL ASSa9IATI0N, elation, cor
P 'f HARMONY IODOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday c oiling nt
,7: JO In 1. O. 0 l Hall, fort Strcot.
-' , C. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOV, Noble- Ornnd.
All Islttuc; brothcts very tordlallv
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
-J 1 urn-,.. .. .. i . ..i . ...
day evening nt 7.30 In K. of 1. Hull,
.corner Tort nnd Lleretanla. Visiting
'brothers rordlall Invited to utlend.
VM. JONES, c a
,x . O. V HEINE, K. II. 8
HONOLULU L0DOE 010, B. V. 0. E.
llonoliilit Lodge No. 61C, It I. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, mar Tort, every Trldi) oven-
Ing. Visiting Urothcrs nro cordially
linked to attend.
E A. DOUTII1TT, K. It.
II C F.ASTON, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets everj -first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Kulgbts of
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
"dially invited to attend.
P. IIKU11NS. Sachem.
i: V. TODD, C. of It.
Honolulu aerie 140. f. o. e.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenluga of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, corner
Ecrctnnli and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nro Invited to at
tend. ,W It. RILEY. W. V.
VM. C. McCOV, Sec.
, wm. Mckinley lodge no. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets ucry 2nd and 4th Saturdny
evening ut. 7 30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, ror Fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothem cordially Invited to at
II A TAYLOR, C. C.
E A JACODSON, K. It. S.
You'll get it promptly
and it will settle the,
roofing problem for
jou. You never uw
that quality before it
that price ,Vhen
.your order comti, jou
will like it itill better
jThe perfect roll, no
flaws or weak spots.
with the ends care-
fully protected, make
IJcvery inch' of the roofing available.
'No wtite trimmings, no broken
rledges on Congo Roofing.
Writo for the Sample I
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD
177 So. Kins Street
BEQAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Pail Ka Harta
At Yoxir Grocers
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNCj.
Wednesday, April 13.
W T Morrv It Smith, Mr. nnd
Mrn C (.' Klnnrj Mr nnd Mm It.
HnilH, l.t Col It I Ravmoud, A.'
1 Prrliliu It mil Mrs W V. Gilla
' filter, l.t nnd Mrs n W Adams, .1.
j I). LuwImiii Mih Holland Miss Supur,
I J Donklii (1 W I)" Annonl, II L.
. Klnloi i: 0 Osthud Mr. mil Mrs.
I. XiIh l.ui
AT THC HAWAIIAN.
Wednctdjy, April 13.
Mr nnj Mrs I A McDonald Scrgl
nnd Mm McKcnzle, Fort Sam Hous
ton Tex , II IKnlze l.cllchua, 1, Tllchl
CHINESE FINED FOR
I.etn Chov n Chinese, was fined $10
nnd costs tins mornlnri for cruelly as
saulting ii hcirfe tha he was driving.'
Tho man was ptoved to have benten
tho nnlmil with n hog and to bavo
C.ut It about the body
The defense wns thnt the horse had
been kicked by another nnlmal that
was harnessed to the wagon Tom Mc-
flnlre however was very clear In his
testlmonj, nnd ho sworo to tho fact
that the Chltfoo had hpatcn and In
jured the hoio with n hoe Police
Officer lliiinc'ui nlsu testified to tho
Tho horse was brought to tho no
lle" station and examined by Judge
Andrade Thi Inspection was enough
to convince the cou-t thnt tho hoo hnd
been used on tho animal, nnd convic
SAN DIEGO LOWING
Secretary H. P Wood of tho Promo
tion Committee upon his arrhnl on tho
'Coast visited San Diego and Los An
geles' on his way to Atlantic City,
whither ho tins gone to open n branch
of tho Promotion Commlttrp Tho slto
chosen for this branch will front di
rect l on the boardwalk, either in
front of tho Mnrhorou.-i Ulenhclm or
tho Chalfonto hotels
'In Addition to Island curios, paint
ings and n Hnwnllaii quintet a full
lino of fresh and canned pineapples
and other Hawaiian fruits will bo sold
and Knna coffeo served to patrons nt
ii nominal price
Mr. Wood stJtcd to a rcprcscntntlvo
of tho San Diego Union that In nddl
tlon to the exhibit at tho big Now Jer
sey resort, tho Promotion Committee
was planning to Install other branches
nt mnny of tho best known points
along the Atlantic coast.
Secretary Wood seomod much Im
pressed with Sin Diego's rapid growth
since ho wns last In that ell). Ho
stated that Sail Diego had a great fu-
4ui"4iefore it, us with tho opening of
Inn Panama canal and tho new railway
(hut Is now being built, San Diego
would undoubtedly be the first port
--Aurupportunity to hear first rlass
Japaucso music is offered to Honolulu
people nt a concert to be given tomor
row evening (Thursda) at thu K. of
One half of the concert will be grac
ed by some of our finest vocal and
Instrumental musicians Mrs. Peck,
Mr. Love. Dr Ramus, Mr. Wall, Mrs.
Ohmtr and others.
Tho Japanese section ot tho pro
gram contains two pieces of classical
Japanese music, a sword danco and
cither interesting features, which will
be briefly explained beforehand for the
sako of the English speaking part of
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Flro Chief Thurbton has been grant
ed a fifteen day leave ot nbsence. Chief
Thurston has filed his report for the
month' of March with Mavor Fern and
tho supervisors which shows that the
department responded to two alarms
which resulted In no loss of property.
Boys' Wash Suits
In White, Russian and Sailor Suits; sizes 3 to 8 years
$1.50 and up. All new coods.
Children's Wash Dresses
200 to choose fro a; sizes from 2 to 14 years 50c.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Qreat line of Ladies' Lingerie and Tailored Linen
Waists at tempting prices. Many styles; all leaders,
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Au'os, $4 per hour, Lewis' Stables
Fruit flavors. Arctic soda. Lclthoad
& Woodwnid, 'phono 557, 1263 Miller.
Embroidered tioitsseaus and fane)
noodlowork. Mri. II, flcll, 1C2 Hotel
Call on Mlko Paton at the Encoro
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
De a Doostcr for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night
Thero weic twentj-two cases on tho
Police Court ctlcndar this morning
and most orthem were sent-ov or till
Two nlteged gamblers wcro down
for trial this morning but their cases
were sent over till Saturday next at
the Police Court,
American Stccm Laundry lends In
sanitation, excellence of work. Rea
sonable prices, Quick delivery. Ex
pert laundry work In nil branches.
Tho only soda works In town whero
)0ii enn get Hires' Root Deer and Iron
Tort also hao distilled vatcr. Con
solidated Soda Water Works, Feb. 71.
vlxil Jiick ilnbcrlr at llivi Kuatuckj
taloon when )ou want liquid refresh
uent. You will get goo J goods and
O'lrteoilp lrP-tmMl p-
Tho Promotion Commlttcn will hold
lis regular wpeklv mcotlng lomoriow I
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ichuiiii lutuuiu uiiaiiivoa mil uu ftuuu
A chullengn hns been sent b tho
No 2 KnmihaiiKha team to the Fili
pinos vho nro nt present on Quaran
tine Island, for a baseball match, and
the game may como oft this week.
can nt tne enow rooms and get
twenty-five Orccn Stamps free. Evcr-
thing In tho show room Is freo for
Orccn Stamps. Call todAy or nny day.
Ueretanla opposlto Ilro Station.
Officer Abrcu of tho iwllce forco had
n rough and tumble with nomo Portu
guese last night, nnd tho fight resulted
In tho nrrtst of two men and two wo
men, on a charge of assaulting a po
llco o (Ilcer. Joo Fcrrajo, who Is said
to bo the ringleader, was bound over
In the sum ot $500 to nppear tomorrow
morning In court.
Chief McDuffla uud a lot of special
officers hung around the Chinese Thea
ter last night for n long time. It was
ciKirtcd that n big hunch of Chinese
from Wnlpahu hnd coma to town with
the fixed determination of beating up
some coimtrj men. Thu play staged
last night at the theater w-aH so en
thralling that tho feud vvas forgotten
and no fighting took place.
WHITE WILL PLAY
TWELVE MEN AT CHESS
Tho tables and men of tho chejs
club have been secured for tho b!
multancous chess tournament which
takes place tomorrow evening at tho
Y. M. C. A. nt 7:30 o'clock.
J. W. White, who won the recent
Y. M, C. A. chess tournament, has
challenged twelvo of the best play'
er In this city simultaneously. Ills
challenge hns been taken up and
eight plnjcrs nro assured. Four
moro hnve still to bo heard from.
Mr. White Is u wonderful cxpo
nent of the game, but whether hc
can successfully carry twolve Bcpa
rato games In his head at one an1
tho tamo time will bo demonstrated
tomorrow. Arrangements hnvo been)
made to acconun.pdu.tc tho lnrge
LEFT BY SHERIDAN
When tho United States army trans
poit Sheridan sailed tor Sun Francis
co last evening thero wcro a number
of enlisted men belonging to the
Twonty-Thlrd Infantry who failed to
conntct with tho troopship nnd they
wero left1 behind.
It Is claimed that thero was no at
tempt mndo upon the part ot these
men to desert as they bad all report
ed at Fort Shnftpr this morning The
soldiers will remain horo until such
time na they are granted transporta
tion to tho coast to rejoin their regi
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. II. LOVE;
TUB UNDERWRITERS who pitd
Insurnnco on the cargo of the Pacific
ti.n n-. .ii . ,..,nini, wiih
Mall liner Indiana nro Mwnlthisw-lth
interest tho arrival of tho schooner
Dora ninhm, which Is on Its way from
Magdalcna bay to San Francisco loid-
ed with salvago from tho wreck. Tho
contract for salving the wrctK was
awarded on a pcrccntago plan and the
moro alunblo tho Itluhm's cirgo thu
better tho underwriters will like It.
Tho Indiana's cargo Included a big
shipment of copper wire. It was
stowed In tho lower hold and nt tha
tlmo tho wreck was abandoned was
under water. Divers wero taken down
on tho Dora Illuhm and it Is hoped
that they were nblo In recover a large
part of this wire. In addition to tho
wiro was a tot of structural Iron,
which, It saved, ,wlll bo valuable,
TO STOP a 10,000 ton battlo ship
mine nt full sneed within her own
length Is tho problem that tho navy
(Kinitmciit una sot tor a conain un
naillnn Inventor. Ho has an arrange
ment llko barn doors on tho sides of ti
ship, which hc guarantees to fulfill
this function. Tho department has
authorlicd a trial of tho device on tho
battleship Indiana off the Delawaro
capes Arli 17, tho cost to bo defrayed
by tho Inventor.
THE WORK of repairing the danv
ago dono tho American ship Edward j prices, but thero Is very little sugar
Sew all, which suffered tho par'lnl ilea-1 offering. We nxo still without any ro
truetlon of her foremast, has been com- tiablo data on which to base an exact
nlptefl nml n minntltv nf Rllirar is now nnlhnntn nf thn nmnnnt nf thn short-
going Into her. The Sewall will tako
on about eighteen hundred tons ot,
sugar and then proceed to Hllo to fin-Ion
Ish loading for tho East coast of tho
United States. Local seafaring men
declare that a tine; Job linn been done
In piecing out the ma3t which suffered
damage through fire.
OVER FIVE thousand sacks ot
Kauai sugar were Included In tho
freight list brought to tho port this tlnues film without any special (level
morning by tho steamer W. O. Hall opments and closes steudy today as
from Garden Island ports. Tho ves- follow 8 i
sel arrived with four cabin and 22 1 March Ilu,vors 14s. 8Vid., equals
deck passengers. Other lines of cargo' 5.13c. duty paid New York.
Included 7 bales hides, 60 sicks co April Rulers 14s. Sd , equals 5.13c
coauuts, nnd 17 packagoa sundries, du'y paid Now York.
Tho Hall Is scheduled to return tOi May Ruyers 14s 8d., equals 5 15c.
Kauai on Thursday evening, sailing duty paid New York,
at 6 o'clock. I August Ruyers lis. 104d., equals
1 5.17c. duty paid Now York.
THE TERRITORIAL ban wasprcs- October-December Huvors lis. 3d ,
ent nt tho dep.rturo at tho Untied equals 4.47c, duty paid New York.
States army transport Sheridan fori Refined Sugar, linsed.on the strong
San Francisco last evening. Tho troop-1 position of the raw market, the Fed
ship Balled with n few passenger! era! Sugar Refining Company yester
taken on at Honolulu. Tho vessel Is day advanced prices 10 points to tho
taking the Twenty-third Infantry to , basis of 5 33c,., caBh less 1 per cent., f.
San Francisco, after having served a. b, New York but continued to ac
two ears' torm In tho Philippines. Tho j cept business at thn old prlco. basis
Sheridan carrlol n portion of the 5 25c., cash less 1 per cent, f. o. b.
THE QUANTITY of freight offered
tho Motson Navigation steamer Lur
line prevented that vessel In getting
away for San Francisco on scheduled
time. Tho vessel sailed at 8 o'clock
last ovcnlng, taking a full complement
of cabin passengers anil a largo cargo.
Including over five thousand tons 6t
sugat, besides a quantity of canned
pineapples and buncnos or bananas.
THE SA1LINO ot tho Pacific Mall
steamer Siberia from San FrancUco
for Japan ports and Hongkong, by tho made to apply only on granulated sug
way of Honolulu, Is roporldd. The ar In barrels 100-pound bags and 4-25-vosscl
left tho Coast port at 2 o'clock pound bags. Orders are being taken
yesterday afternoon. Tho Siberia Is
believed to bo bringing down a largo
number ot passengers for Honolulu.
THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com
pany's freighter Columbian, with New
York cargo by tho freighter Massa -
chuaetts on February 24, is due to ar-
rlvo ut Honolulu on Sunday morning.
This vessel is bringing cargo via tho
Isthmus of Tcliuantcpec. San Diego,
San Francisco and Seattlo.
PURSER JAMES LOGAN of the
steamer Hall reports the following
sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai
K. 8. M.. 8350; V. K., 1C0O; M. A. K..
22,859; Mcll. 2.1,154; O. & R.. 3770;
M. S. Co.. 27.000; K. P., 8490; P.. 11,
603; It. M., 13 198; K. S. Co , 4500.
NEW YORK cargo which left thoiUBn conncc,9(, wUh ,ho cllv nn(1 coun.
Atlantic coast liort on March 8 by thu
Amerlcnn Hawaiian freighter Callfor
ntan la duo to arrive at Honolulu on qr
about April 28th by tho freighter Alas
kan. This vessel la expected to Hall
fiom Seattlo on April 20.
A CAULE received at tho port an
nounces the departure of tho little,
scboonor Flaurenco Ward from Mid
way. Thp vessel b bound for Mono-
iuiu, re urning alter uav ing mscnargca
a quantity of supplies at the raid-Pa-
elfic cable statloui
THE ARRIVAL ot tho Oceanic
steamer 81erra at San Francisco Is re
ported through thp Merchants' Ex
change. Tliu vessel reached tho Cal
ifornia port' at 10 o'clock jesterday
THREE THOUSAND sacks of. sugar
haB arrived at the port t-om Makawoll
by thn BtoanjorNNIIhau. This vessel
mot with flno weather on tho Inward
TEN LAROE automobiles arrived at
tho port jesterday as part of tho car
go brought down from tha coast by tho
American Hawaiian .steamer Nevadau.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer No
cau was discharging freight at wind
ward Kauai ports nt the time, ot anil
ine; of tho stennior W, O, llnll,
HtiaAR WAS lining tal-en on nt
KeallaKuuitli lijttbu stonmor Keatihiut
veslorilav. acdbrdlmr to 'n reuort re'
Icelvod here bj the Hall.
ON WORLD'S SU0AR
, vWrmnuea irora race i.j
od out that notwithstanding tho low
hc ouf rJ
n0 MCllmu'laaM little oV no raw .us-
ar ,0 cnvcr thcr )ate Rprlng nlll Bum
.- wnn,, nn,i nro ., n,n nmmnnt
using gnat pressure to depress values,
so that a large lino of raws can bo ob-1
talncd at around current figures, it
Is generally conceded thi. the iK'clInu
ot lCc per hundred In leflned sugars,
mndo by the American Sugar Refining
Company and Mews. 1) I. Howell
Son & Co., this morning, wns made
with this end In view, but If bo, doos
not appear to have accomplished Its
object, ns tho holders of Cuban sugars
show no disposition to part with their
supplies, excepting at full values, and
evident y realize the strength of their
position Were U possible for these
holders to work together, there is ab
solute!) no reason why prices could
not bo ndvanccd He. per pound or
moio ns our refiners aro dependent on
Cuba lor their supplies, nnd, lis point
ed out nbovo. could not purchase lit
the markets of the world excepting nt
very much higher values. At tho closo
tho market Is quiet but firm, with the
spot quotation on tho basis of 4 3Cc.
duty paid for 80 degree centrifugals.
3 SGc. duty paid for 89 degrees Mm
covadous, and 3 01c, duty paid for 89
degrees molasses sugars,
Cuba. Cables report that tho
drought continues and that the market
Is nulet but steady. Operators show
quite n deslro to purchaso hi current
ago, which varies considerably In tho!
different pirts ot tho Island. Dascu
tho oxpectntton that tho weather
J will continue dry In April and May,
1,050,000 tons seems llko a fair figure,
Should Aprll-Mny bo rainy It would
' cut tho crop very short. So far tho
I figures for March show that wo aro
I not likely to gain much If nny on last
j car's production for the snmo period.
Europe. The market abroad eon-
New York, with 28 days delay prlv-'
ileges. Tho trnilo generally showed
a disposition to protect themselves
against their futuro requirements by
making purchases at this figure, but
apparently any activity in tne ronneu
mmket did not meet with tho approv
al of tho Amerlcnn Bugar Rcflnln;
Company. In order to check tho de
mand tho American Sugar Refining
Company and Messrs, R. II. Howoll,
Son & Co., this morning reduced
prices 10 points, It wns first an-
.nounccd that this would npply to all
grades. Later this was changed and
only for shipment In seven days, and
specific Instructions must bo given at
the tlmo of purchase. Thero also ap
pears to bo a disposition not to Bell
freelv to" any buyer who has a contract
and to limit tho amount thnt any ono
buv or may purchase For tho prnsent
this has served to check .tho upward
tendency of the market, but. in vlow
ot tho undorlving strength ot tho sit
uation. It is more than probablo that
those refiners will In thn near futuro
have an opportunity to sell ail tho sug-
ar they want to dispose of at this con-
cession in prlco and will be forced to
ndvnnci). All othor refiners' prices re
NO REPRIMAND FOR CHRIS HOLT.
Phrln Hilr nn lmintirini t,f mnnl nml
ty govornment will not U'colvq n repri
mand at the hands of llio board of su
Some weeks ago two Chinese, shop
owners filed complaint against Holt
charging him with using violence and
abuslvo language upon them. A re
port from the committee pn sanitation
and health which has been received
bv Mayor Fern states thnt the damago
alleged to havo been dono by Holt has
ueen BtlBfactorlly "ottle.1 and In as
m-i, thnT,i, ,h,i ni i
ranch ns tho' nffalr did not occur In
connection with the pcrformance'of the
du'les, of tho Inspector, the commit
tee did not consider that the com
plain called- for , action, nnd conse
quently tabled It.
'w-"For Rent" 'cards on sale at
th,e rtyll.tln office.
Country Home . ,.
l4 acres at Kalihi Valley, ?ith
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; stable. WelJ fenced. Ideal
place for a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad.
P, E. R. STRAUCH
Waity BIdg. 74 S. King St.
I I Ii i II I Li ..1
PHONE 152. " ' -
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r ARRIVED . DEPARTED
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, sttnr., a. m.
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Thursday April 14.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne,
Formosa Nllgata Mam, Jap. stmr.
Friday, April 15.
Manila, via Japan DIx, U. 8. A. T.
Hongkong and Japan ports tntyo
Marti, T. K. Kl 8. 8.
Saturday, April 16.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Ken,
(Continued from Pace 1) .
it Is claimed that tho rc3trIctloni
which assist In compelling chnuf
feurs to opcrato their machines nt
something llko a flftecn-mlle-nn-hour
gnlt should apply to that dis
trict of Kallhl near Slaughterhouse
road nnd Klt.g street. Tho school
children statp In their appeal to the
city dads that tho mujorlty ot them
reside on tho other bIuo ot Kalllit
river and that It, Is necessary for
them to, travel along King street
and Qullck nvenue In order to at
tend tho public school.
It Is statod that there are no side
walks, nor oven pathways. The
oungstcrs are compelled to tako to
tho mlddlo ot the street nnd must
toko their chances with tho "auto-
'mobiles moving at a forty-mile gnl.
driven by reckless chauffeurs.'
Following upon tho heels of the
school children's petition comes one
from an equal number ot taxpayers
uud resldontB of the district, tholr
request being Identical with that or
tho voung people
Qulnn, the father of good roads
and n member of 'thp laBt court of
appeal for an aggrieved popuinco,
wilt tako up tho matter with the
oppressed ot Knlllil.
OVER A THOUSAND tons of ma.
chlnpry Intended for a new Biignr mill
to bo Installed on nn c3tato near Tat
kow, Formosa, Is going Into the trim
little Japanese treignter ixngaia Ma
rc. Thu vossol has been la) Ing nt
Dlshop Wharf for a week past taking
on the part ot a sugar mill manufac
tured by tho Honolulu Iron Works.
Tho work Is about completed and tho
Nllgata Mnru will probably be dis
patched for tho Formosa port tomor
row evening, lucluded In tho shipment
Is a halt dozen largo boilers. Tho
freighter Is well equipped for handling
A. HALF DOZEN passengers havo
booked tor San Francisco by the
American-Hawaiian ttcamer Novadan,
which Is scheduled to sail for San
Francisco direct on April 19. This
vessel Is now discharging a largo car
go of merchandise at tho railway
wharves. The Nevadan will leave Ho
nolulu with consignments of sunar,
tinned ptneapides nnd sundries.
A CAULE received at tho agency of
Castle. & Cooke today announced the
sailing of tho Matson Navigation
steamer Wilhclmlna from San Francis
co at noon today. Tho liner Is under
stood will bring a largo number ot
passengers and a good sized general
cargo. Tho Wilholmlna should arrlvo
at Honolulu on or about April 20.
THE UNITED STATES army trans
port Sherman Is announced to sail
for Manila' by tho way of Guam at 1
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Tho ves
sel Is taking on about a thousand tons
ot coal. Tho transport Is laying at
Naval slip No. 3. A number ot recent
ly arrived Russians havo boon era1
plovod in tho coaling of the vessel.
THE TOYO RISEN KA1SHA liner
Chljo Maru, with general cargo from
tho Oxtent, Is due to arrive at Hono
lulu on Friday. It Is expected thai
the Chljo Maru will bo berthod at
tho Ilackfeld wharf owing to the ves
boI being unablo to tako on fuel oil at
tho uuwAIakoa street wharf.
TODAY'S DEPARTURES Includod
the Amorlcan ship Falls ot Clyde,
which has boon discharging a ship
ment of oil at tho port. Tho ship wns
towod to sea, by tho Matson Tug Inj
t re plil this morning. The vessel Is
bound for Oavlota.
IT IS EXPECTED that the American
ship John Ena, will tako on a full
shipment of sugar at this tiort: Tho
Kvesael hns completed tho dlschargo of
a quantity o ganorai cargo urougnc
irom wow xoric.
TERRITORIAL survoyors havo been
at work for the past few days running
linos ror tho now wnarf that Is to bo
built Walklkl ot tho Alakea street
THE 8TEAMER South Hay was
hauled on the marine railway for
cleaning, repniringand repainting this
TRENT TELLS OF CITY FINANCE.
A report from City nnd County Tioa-
suror Trent shows a balunca of 113.
063 39 In tho municipal coffers at tho
close of business on March 31. Thu.
receipts for tho month amoupted to
I713U1BK w hllo ditrlnir thn snmo no-
rind lltere was expended (ho biiiu nt
Treasurer Tient In now nn
a business mission to tho mainland
siny in port, tnoy win no tne pilosis
3p"For Salp" cards at Ilullotin...iot Consul Ocneral Uenb,
' Tuesday, April 12.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala, ,
Btrur., 5 p. m.
Ban Francisco Bhorldnn, U. 8. A.
T., 5:15 p, m.
San Francisco Lurllnc, M. N, 8, 8.,
8 P- m.
VE88ELS TO DEPART
Thursday, April 14.
Manila via Guam Bhermnn,
A. T., 1 p. m.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stqir., 5
Friday, April id.
San Francisco Clilyo Maru", T. K. K.
Maul and Hawaii porta Claudlne,
Monday, April 18.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Siberia,
P M. 8. 8.
Kauai ports Nocau, slmr.
"" PA3SENQER3 ARRIVF.D J
Per stmr. W. p. Hall, from Knual
ports, April 13 John Rapozo, Mrs.
Rapozo, A. 8. Downoy, R. P. Spnuld
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno for San
Francisco, Apr. 12 F. M. Swanzy,
Mrs. Swanzy, Miss Swanzy, Mrs.. Slat
tery, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy, Geo.
W. Peary. Mrs. Peary. Mr. nnd Mjs.
Mcsrs, Mrs. D. Ancona, Mrs. Mongol,
Daniel Smith, David Manaka, Jas.
Crowell, Mrs. J. J. Carey, M. FlBhor,
Mrs. rishcr,, Mr. Slattory, J. A. C.
Peterson, Harry Clark, Mrs, E. N.
Englohnrdt, Miss M. Englchardt, If.
aoodalo, Mrs. W. W. Ooodao, Miss
Clara Frank, Miss C. A. Carter, Miss
K. Athcrton. Mrs. J. U. Alhcrton. E. T.
Parsons, Mrs. Parsons, MIbs D. prov
es, Miss 8. Flaxman, F. J, Vlorra, Mrs.
Vlcrra, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Christian,
W. P. Thomas, Mrs. W. P. Thomas.
Per stmr, Klnau for Kauai ports,
April 12. V. do nrottovllle, N. J.
Schoenbcrgor, E. Dlschof Mrs. Trcd
well, Marshall Darrach, W, It. Rico,
Mrs. Rico. Miss E. Rico, Mrs. II. Dan
ford, Mrs. Schlmmolpfennlng, Miss
Per stmr. Mlkahala, fur Maul nnd
Mnloknl ports, April 12. J. D. Mc
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii ami
Alaul ports, April IB. R. Wallace.
Mrs. A. Fcrnandoz, Mosos Kekua, 8.
Kapcpa, Mrs, Kapepa, C. K. Kalelkoe.
Per Btmr. w. u. nan. ror Kauai
ports, April 14. Frank Uoyer.
Malls are due at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Siberia, April 18.
Yokohama Per Chljp Maru, April 10.
Vancouver Per Mnrama, April 29.
Colonies Per Makura, April 2G,
Malls will depart tor tha following
points as follows:
8an Francisco Chlo Maru, April 10.
Orient U. 8. A. T. Sherman, April 13.
Colonlos Per Maratua, April 29.
Vancouvor Por Makura, April 20.
Crook, from Honolulu for Manila,
Dlx, nt Manila, Jan, 20.
Logan, arrived at Manila April 3.
Sherman, to arrlvo from San Fran
cisco, April 12.
Sheridan, arrived from Mnulla April
I ... ..
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, April 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 12:
S. S. Alaskan, for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISCO SaUcd April 13:
noon: 8. 8, Wilhclmlna, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed-April 13', S. 3.
Asia, for Honolulu.
HILO Sailed April 12: 8,' By Enter
prise, for San Franclsro.
NIPPON ON 0HIY0
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tho local Consulato staff, aro Intimate
friends of Bccrctary Sugulmoto of tho
Japanese Consulato Ocnoral hero.
Although no definite plans' have been
made for tholr reception hero by tholr
Japaneso friends. It Is expected that
tboy will bo taken-eare of by the local
tnnanosq morchantV. lu a fitting man
Arrangements for the, reception of
tho Rojal Chinese Prjnco pro hejni;
made by tho Territorial government., (
Governor Frear and Secretary Mott
Smith have been advised officially
from Washington to extend to the Chi
nese Prince all honors, duo his rank.
The Prince will he recclvod at thu
wharf by tho Secretary of tho Terri
tory, Tliq military escort, consisting
of the National Guard of Hawaii and
a few companies from Fort Shaftcr,
will bo detached aa body guard to
Ills Royal Highness.
On behalf ot tha Chinese govorn
ment. the Prince will be received by
the local Chinese Consul, who, It Is
skid, Is making elaborate preparations
for his arrival and onter(a!iipietit,
while In Honolulu,
Among tho passengers, expected to
arrlvo on tho Chlyn Maru Is Consul
General K. Mlzuno ot Now York, He
s accompanied by Vice-Consul T. Ota
and his wlfo, Mr. 8. 8hlbnn one of
tun secretarloi of the japtneRo Em
bass In Washington is also d pasnen-
Iger on ho llnnr. During, tholr ahprt