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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLT$Lr. T. H., FRIDAY, APR, It, 110
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular 5 p. ni.
Oceanic Flrtt Degree.
All visiting members of toe
Ordernro cordially Invited to
attcnil meeting! of locai lodges
Meet en the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' w ...
- BENEFICIAL ASSIATICN. elation, cor
HARMONY IODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. E.
Meets every Monday evening nt
.7:20 In I. O. 0. V. Hall, Tort Street.
t 11 11. HIlVnilY. Kerretnrv.
V? II. 12. McCOY. Noble Grand.
ili, All visiting brothers very cordially
OAIIU IODOE. No. 1. K. of P.
,'jiieeis every nrst anu unrci i n-
iday evening at 7:30 In K. of p. nan,
(corner Fort and Ilerctanla, Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES. C. C.
O. 1'. IIKINI3. K. it. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
$ (Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. O.
i.tt31U8, meets In their hall, on ICInu
, Street, near Fort, every Friday even
. Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
.incited to attend.
.;' K. A. DOUTHITT, E. II.
II. C. 12AST0N, Sec'y.
HAWAIIAN TIUBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
. . Meets every llrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
I'ythlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
rftttlully Invited to attend. ' '
K. V. TODD.'c. of R.
iHONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
T Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvenlnga.of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
flleretiuiln and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to nt-
L v, n. iuley, w. r.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY IODOE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
(evening at 7 20 o'clock In K. of P.
hHall, car Fort and Ilerctanla. Vlslt
llng brothers cordially Invited to at-
H. A TAYLOR, C. C.
K. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
Free Sample J
S'ou'll get it prompliy
and it will settle the.
roofing problem for
jou. You never taw
ihjl quality before at
that price. ,,When
your order comes, you
,will like it still better,
(The perfect rolls, no
flaws or weak (pots,
with the ends care
fully protected, make
cry inch of the roofing available.
o watts' trimmings, no broL.cn
gts on Congo Roofing: L
Wnte for the Sample I
IEWERS & COOKE, LTD,
177 So. King Street
REOAI '"TOE CO.
i King and Bethel.
Pan Ka liana
At Your Grocers .
' 1 .
.m 1 "M2L,
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNG.
Thurtdiy, April 15.
J. XV. Jimei, Unfits I' Epaulillng.
Kealln: 0. 11. Falre.hlld. Kenlln: W
hi. Scaler SrholUld Il.irn In; 1. II.
Sheridan Schoflold llarrt'fks, E. 0.
Out land. Miss A. C. Kinney. Knlmkii:
P. A Adams, Schiiflclil Hnrrncks.
Thursday, April 14,
Mr. mill Mni. C. W. Shingle, K. 0.
Thursday, April 13.
tuber to ii Sclrtillclr, Barracks.
Thursday. April 11.
11 1.. Ponlo, Muni; Miss Vera
Mntrl. Mr. Clement Poole,
II. P llnhlninn. Hull. lig.;
II Kecno Maul.
The fire friilt flavor-it Fnln of the
Fountain Soda Wmks Is delicious. You
can get this pure fruit soda hi li.iiinua,
stiuwberry ami r-isplierry llnuir. Tel
If jou ntod eojl or wood, tp'ciihnno
your order tn tlio Unlnn-Pnclflc Trans
fer Co., 12 King street, tilephniie 6S,
who nro prepared tn deliver promptly
the .best finality of fuel.
SAY SIBERIA'S DECK
IS GAMBLING RESORT
Passengers Send Round Robin to
Company Complaining of 'Chi
nese. SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 2. Many
promlnont Easterners who wero pas
sengers on the ytonmhrp Siberia,
which reached heie from the Orient
yesterfj y, havo attached their
names to a protest deprecating al
leged open gambling conducted by
Chinese, which they say was In
dulged In on the deck adjoining the
steamer's first cabin. The Chinese
gamblers, the document recites, won
from $3000 to (4000 lu short Bit
tings. ' "The games are demoralizing to
everyono on the ship." declares the
protest, which will be sent to tho
officers of the sfeamshlp company.
"Among tho losers on this trip was
a young Filipino, who gimbled away
his vntlro savings unit lauded on our
shores practically penniless."
Often during the voyage, passen
gers assert, as many as 14 gambling
tnbles, such a fan-tnn and chucka
lucli, were In operation at one llnio
and the steamers' officers made no
attempt, It Is charged, to stop the
games. C. J. Matthews, of Philadel
phia was among those who circu
lated tho protest.
EIGHT SMALLPOX CASES
SEATTLE, Wn'sh., Apr. 2. Eight
cases of smallpox have developed In
the town of Charlexttl, near tho
Puget Sound Navy Yard, nml i In im
effort to che;k the spread of the
disease, the county health officers
aro taking drastic steps. All the
saloons, billiard and pool halls and
schools of the town have been ur
dered closed, nnd the Charleston pu
pils attending the Union High
School of Charleston nnd Ilremorton
have been Instructed to remain
away from school until further notice.
Boys' Wash Suits ,
In White, Russian and' Sailor Suits; sizes 3 to 8 years
$1.50 and, tip. Ail new Roods,
Children's Wash Dresses
200 to choose fro 4; sizes from 2 to 14 years 50c.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
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Great line of Ladies' Lingerie and Tailoredt Linen
Waists at tempting prices. Many styles; all leaders.
Kort Street, opp. Catholic Church
lMiii&S!Ltibksl,i & uJi&Je&dkM&. wwiWmtfim 'MimmitdJ i v r .,. .i,i' Jl -iu-, c? u, . " , :. , ! ' ,
jsMinnmMMii'TfrifiswiiiMiHsiMi ifliffllWiMTrlipfBrTs 'tTlllW .. '.".''.(' ,l
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autoi, 14 per hour. Lewis' Stables. '
Fruit flavors. Arctic soda, I.Vllhead
& Woodward, 'phone 6G7, 12(13 Miller.'
Call on Mike Paton at the Encore
Saloon for n draft of Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered trousseaus find fancy
needlework, Mrs. II. Hull, 162 Hotel
William Kelkl, a linotype operator
oKtho city, died nt the tjueen'n HOk
I Hal on April l.
Theo, Mcleod of l.atipahnchoo, has
been In town for some days and Is
looking up his old friends.
Be a,Dootter for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
Visit .Inch Roberts nt tho Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods nnd
courteous treatment there.
The only soda works In town whero
you can get Hires'" Root lleer and Iron
Port also have distilled water Con
solidated Soda Water Works, Feb. 71.
American Steam Laundry does deli
cate fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' ilrussc. Clothes cleaned and
prested. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phono 503. t
Call at tho show rooms nnd get
twenty-five (Irten Slami s free. Every
thing In the show room Is free for
flrcen Stampn. Call today or any day.
Hcietniiln opposite Flro Station.
l.nit night at 8 o'clock, as a Rapid
Tmilt car rounded Tenney's corner
on Pensacoln ptreet. u passenger tried
to nllghl before tile car turned tho
curve Tho conductor did his best' to
pt event the foolish action, but tho
man Jumped off and landed on nil
fours. No one was to lamo except
the passenger nnd ns ho declared tha'
he was not hurt much, tho car proceed
ed on Its way
BY NOTED SINGER
Rpldnm hnvn Ilnnnhiln mnl.tnvl
.- t i.-.i 0 i ...t.u .lifitm.. rnr.t wniiid ii!m in hnvn iwff
pleasuro to uny program than It
doc to the song recital of Miss
Llndcmnn, which will take place
next Thursday evening, April 21, nt
the Alexander Young Hotel.
Miss Llndeman's voice, recently
heard nt a prlvnto recital at tho
home of Mrs. Theodore nichnnR
has awakened unbounded enthusi
asm among all those fortunate
enough In havn heard her. A bo
1 1 ratio of unusual inuge. with beau
tiful contralto notes, the quality of
her voice Is wonderfully pleasing.
Tho grouping of the songs for her
recital has been arranged nnd will
appeal to nil In their own particu
lar way. It Is n pleasant coinci
dence thnt Cnrrlc Jacobs llond will
be In Honolulu very shortly, ns Mils
Llndcmnn Interprets her ballads
with a-iiathos aiul sweetness that
could scarcely be excelled.
Miss Llndcm.iu Is a Kentucky girl
whoso mu'lenl education has been
accomplished entirely In America,
more particularly In' New York,
whero her teachers have extended
to her compliments that are given
to only the few who lire gifted with
the "divliiu t.p.irk," nml to wham
muslrlnns fefer ns having the "tem
perament." Having sutg for (ladskl, Walter
Damrosch nnd Dutzmnn, the cele
brated voice culturist, who nil unite
in giving her unqualified udmlrattnn,
Miss Lliidemuu certainly has u line
caiecr before her. Not among the
least of her gifts Is an exceedingly
attractive personality and graceful
stage presence, all of which should
Lcomhli:e to draw to her n successful
Tickets for "Miss Llndeman's re
cital can be procured nt llergitrom
Music Co., whero they are now on
Mrs, h. Tcnnoy Peck will be the
Some mon are against suffrnglsm
because they think It will let wo
men wear their hatj In the theater
again. Detroit Freo Press.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
CHEAPER LUNCH 'ALBATROSS HERE
FOR TOUMilS' WITH SMALLPOX
Chicago "Grocery firm
Would Like omc
Nothing if anv great Ininortnnco!
whs brought up lit the Promotion Com-
mitten's meo-.liig yustcrdnv Afternoon,
apart from Urn fact thai Mr. MIIiio'h
imrty or SOU tourists iimli-r llie ns-
pices of thu l.os Angeles natnlncr
would Im served with lunch at $1 per
1 nu AtiT.iIfj nvntiillinr
fvornl loenl nersiiim weru
cater for Hint amount. In-
eluding Mr. V.. P, Irwin of thu I Inn
Tien and tho manager of tho Pleaian
ton hotel, from both of whom letters
wro read ti, Unit cif"et
read il inui ciiti.
W. lloogs moved, nnd Mr. Not-
Watklns seconded. Hint a set ,of
ptlcnn slides dcplcltlng llawnll
u ,.t...t,i, l.rt ,
wnntn lin itr.iafinlnd frt Mr llflrvnv
Churchill lClder who leaves' for tho 1I Federal stntlon, nnd upon In
Coast enrly In May. In making this vestlgatlon of the two cases of sick
motion Mr. lloogs said- "Harvey F.I- ness, the Albatross was sent to tho
dor has betn u staunch friend of thu quarantine whnrf.
Promotion Committee nnd 1 propose 0ii Amerhan sailor wn- taken
that o Present him with u coi.iplctu , Il()rt) ,lv,n Vl)kohanl:l
set of Hawaiian s de,i. The notion ,, ... ,.,A ' . ,, ,..., .
wn .,Mi,,,uiu .i,i . .nml I'1" ah'liness rapidly developed
" ..1 .': "" V ,.....-
in r,,rinn,. k. n. x i.i.,n,.r ni ,.nt.
erlns for this party of t:xnilnit-' lour-
Ists. Mr, Watklns htnlod that ho
thought It Would not hurt Honolulu
J If these people, were loll to their own medical cdlrers have not fully dc
dorses. The main thing to do was ,.,e(i nR ,u ltl exnet nnturc of lili
n ti turn iriuiriu iin.ii inmi ni'iiiH
fttiupnll Mr. Wnilrinu u.iM fl.t Mr A '
li,iri.ia ni... ,. I,...,, ti.to ...i.i i,
,m,ln,,i., ehnrnrin'pi)ir nn.i nnlin mil
or tlio ordinary nnd would create n
vers' favorable Impression.
Acting socretnry Cooprr sln'cd that
Mrs Ileadle... yho has been lecturing
on Hawaii at tho Los Angeles Cham
ber of Comnicico would leavo that
city to take up similar dulUs in Seat- ,,en vaccinated, and they will bo
tlo on May 1. i allowed liberty iomovrow.
Tho Promotion Cnmmlt'oe u'nant- The Albatross Is n trim lltt'o craft
uioiisly rc'olvrd to tender a vote of that ha3 been turned over to tha
thanks tu Mr. 12. D.'Ti'iinoy on behalf work assigned the United Stntes
of tho Matson Navigation Company, vuh Commission. For several years
for tin lebatp of J10 on each of tin ast sllB ,)n!J ,)eoI1 nt wor , ,,hl.
members forming tho llawa Ian sextet. (,,, ,,;,- n-i. ..-... ..,-.. ,....
who left on tho Lurllne Tor Atlantic " "ll,e vater,. Tho vessel was turn
City, whero they nro to form one of cd "vor,l u,' lnsu!ar Bovcmmont In
tho chief attractions of that fashion- lfco I'hlUpplnes. provided that the
nhlii ichort In ronnectlon wllh btlost- Islnnds would supply the coal ra
Ing Hawaii nt tho new brnnrh (o bo quired to ki-ep tho vestel In com
opened by tho Pronwton Committee, .mission. ,
Tho Matron NavlgaMon Company havo At the last session of the Philip-rirV-
" ' y0" " r0h:lt3 "f ?1"i "ll:0 Assembly the Albatnm was the
A letter was read from Mr. C. r. I
Wleland, consulting cng'necr of San t
Francisco asking for full Infnrnnttnn ' wll a'rongly objected to the Fish
In regard to tlio Auunrliim nt Walklki, Commission boat being saddled upon
ns ho thought that San Francisco the Insular government,
should Imvo somo such nn Irstltutlpn- The Fish Commission nlso came
He naked thnt photographs, showing1!,, ror tg sluiro In tho voice of fro
fTi?'1 ""1cr'r "'I'o nquarlum ,eit. The Filipino legislators look-
bo sent him and ns much dan ai iwis-1 , ., ,,,,., ,, . ,,
Bible. This will bo taken up by the Cl1 "' T t,, Albatross nnd Its vvork
Piomollon Conimltton m tlmlr iiovt s a luxury beyond the immediate
Wighlmau llrothcrs of Chi-
co, Cul who nro In grocery business
nro umiblo to prnciiro suiinlles of Ha.
wall bananas, nnd hnvi consequently
wrltlen In tho Promotion Committee
nsklug whero omeli can be obtained.
They stated that their traveling man
had told them' that Hawaii h-miici
only came to the Coast as ballast'
Wlghtman Drnthers said that they did
not hcllcvu this stntement, nnd said j
that they would hi plewd to pur-
chaso large quantities of this kind of
CENSUS TAKERS BEGTJN TODAY.
(Continued from Face 1.1
examination beforu thoy woio ap-1 Edwin Fmmer. mo of tho we:i-llked
pointed. insiectors connccloil with tho" day
Enumerating began thU morning furco iif the local cintonu service but
nnd Is expectel to be completed h;en translcrred to tho Federal Imml-
w.Ithlu three weel.s. Some people Kfalloni service, and ho wllj tnko up
nre nf.nld of tho many questions I'la no' d.itica Immo.llatoly. With tho
ub. 1 ,i. , .,r.., . .... pass ng of Inspec'or Farmer, tho cits-
asked them In reference to the cen- ;, 1()se3 nn 't,mcWnt onIco
sus, but should bear It: mind that NlBhl i,,Vctor Cameron Is next In
proper answers must ho glyen to tho )no for promoflon nnd ho has tinns
enumerators so thnt this work may feruM'to ho da: squad,
bo executed expedite! and handed The vacancy caused by tho trans
In with tho least possllo confusion.' tot of Mr. Cameron will probably bo
All the Islands of the group will I"01' ' A,cx ,--'w'B. w') 1"IH UlK',
be enunienited slnuiltnneoualy. I ,l10 l'f rlhJ oxnmlnatlon and Is now
The names of the official enuiner- cirn"'1 " "". "'"" '""
ators nre ns follows:
iBlnud ot Oahu pistrlct 17, John
D. Holt: District 18. W. K. Wiiy-
mnil. District 10 II. K. Ilrnivn-I
Dlstrl t 29, (1 W. Pearco; District
21, H. C. Wong: District 22. An-
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"T. '' ,""""li .,m'I:.ct .:'''. ."''Vi'Tho annual mco'lng of tho 'Hawaii-
i". iiiiniuu; uisirici -i, 1-. .11. aic- (UWn Tennis Association will bo
drew; Distllct 25, Paul Smith; DIs- held Apill 28 5 p. 111. at tho Pacific
trlct 20, (1. K. Knla; District 27, Tennis Club. Ofllcors will b0 elected
Horace Wood; District 28, A. V nnd arrangements mado for tho regit
Davis; District 29, W. F, Hay; DIs- It summer tnurnnmnnt.
trlct 30, ,L O. II. Cnmo.ou; District " " ". "
31, W. L. Welsh; District 32, C. T.,11. Okubo, Pearl City; DIstrieToV,
J. Kuffernth; District 33, Daniel p. Fredcnhcrg, Watpahu; District
Correa; District ;M, J, P. Durno;CC, O. Nawaakoa, Whlpahu; District
Dlslrlct 3D, W. Hell; District 30, C. EG, O. P. Maxwell; District 57, O.
M. Coster; District 37, It. K. Lock- A. Hermit; District 68, O.. Campton;
wood; DlstrLt 38., Fred Whltnoy;) District 68, T. A, Simpson. Wnla
Dlstrlct 39. W. H, Stroud; District nae; District 60, It. E, llrown. 'a
10, 12. S. McOrnw; District 41. Zano hlawa: District Cl. O. P. Cox. Wal-
f Afarr; District 42, 8. S.' Wong; Ds-
trlct 13, Y. Mlkaml; District,! I, VJ, Wulalua; District 63, A. S, Mahau
J. Coon; Dlbtrlct 4n, W. J, Oala- lu, "Wuliilua; District 04, J. J. Mat
glicr; Dlstilst 46, Itobt. Parker Jr.;' thews; District (ffi. It, T, Chrlstof-
District 47, L. 11, Hceves; District
48, James Dodd; District 19, C. It.
Dement; District 50, Hugene A. Da -
m, iiomui-ui, j, iiiiubmon, uis-
trlct 02, J. P. Kcppler, Pearl City;
District 53, S. Hookano, Pearl City;
Fish Commission Vessel
Tlio l'nlte.1 Statei ship Albatross,
which has been In coaunlsslon and
nsslgited to the Asiatic stntlon by
ln tted States FlaJi Conimlssloii,
lng nrrlveil nt ItonoluT.i. lirltiDltm
oiiq Amcrl:uu patient who has jjeen
Mlftoilllff from smallpox, but
tovcilng. and n Filipino sailor who.
it Is believed, will mine down wltn
(ho' same mnlndy.
The Allintrnuq Rtp.nntoit Into ttie
'harbor this morning flying the ycl-
1(;w' ag of
(luarntitlno. She was
Dp. Ilnmtts nnd other
olllceis connected with the
!" smallpox. lie. however, bus
recovcied. mid tliotlgli well marked,
Is entire y out of danger. The KIN
lplno sailor is still quite III, but the
,,r JaaiM Li Ml CllftrffO Of tllO fll-
nilcatlnii of the AUiulroi-s. This
woil; will be ion ileteil tn-nnrrnw.
nnd tho veisel will nrob.iblv bo haul-
cd Into tlio stie.nn,
Tho memborB of tho crew vlll bn
reculred to remain fourtcjii days In
,lu:lrlltlt1K.. Thl( offl crH wno havu
not been ixpotcd to the malady havo
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ment from tho native lawmakers,
necessity of the' Islnnds.
However, the Albntrosa remained
In tho Far Awny nrchlpo'.ago. Tho
little vessel has' visited practically
eveiy portion of the Philippine
ginup. There Iiiim been made n com
plete classification of the fishes
'" Inhabit her waters.
Tlio vessel Is now en routo to tho
iipii, rirro 111
f W rlJ.rS IN
TENNIS ftl i:i:il N!i
ON 28TH OF APRIL
-, 1 1
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nlua; District flk, K, J. Korluchl,
fcrron, Kahuku; District 66, O. D.
Hampton, Lale; District 67. II. C.
jAdnjus, Kuncohe; Dlbtrlct 68, A, Ir-
vine, yiiiin;iiiai; uiBiriCl ir.l, u
' Nelde, army;'' District 70, J. J
Moyer, navy, Honolulu.
ELECTRIC CAR AND
;TVJj" rof,i "'
Of "Buggy And
This morning nt 11 o'clock n serious
acclilftit occurred down on King
street near Kallhl. Car No. IS, of'tlm
Ilnpld Transit system was traveling
lownnl Wniklkl nnd ft httck In which
two men named Gavin and Kokll wero
rldng was galng to Kullhl. In somo
way tne eiecinc cur cuiimcu vim mu
buggy, and tha two men wero thrown
out on their heads.
Kckll was badly cut nbout tlio licait
and rendered, unconscious, but his
companion, flavin, escaped with a
slight shock to tho system, Tho pat
rol wmron wns called for by Mr. Hath,
of Palanu Settlement, and Oio Injured
map was qulckjy tnKen to ma
Tho hack was only slightly dam
aged and the horse escaped with, a cut
on Its hind leg. Thero is n curve on
tho track where the nccldcnt occur
red, nnd It Is thought that tho hack
driver thought thnt .ho wns clearing
tho carJiy a couplo o'f feet whereas ho
wnsijlgiit In tho way when 'thn'car
swung nrnund thn curve.
TO MATSON LINE
San Francisco and Honolulu In con
junction with tho Wllhclmlnn.
Tho transfer of the steamer No
vadan and tho Ilonolulan from tho
American-Hawaiian San Francisco
Eorvlrq to that operated by tho Mat-
son Navigation Company is due tt n
conference which was held nt Hono
lulu prior to tho departuro of Captain
Matson, representing the Navigation
Company, and Oencral Manager Dear
born, of the American-Hawaiian Una.
It Is generally conceded that the
American-Hawaiian lino will contlnuo
us nu Important factor In the Paget-Sound-Honolulu
business It Is point
ed out thnt Inasmuch ns tho A.-II. lino
Is maintaining a twclvo day freight
steamship service between Seattle, Ta
coma and Hawaiian ports these ves
sels can nnd will gather up tho great
er bulk of cargo ottering nt Sound
As ono steamship mnn expressed
tho matter this morning: "After tho
American- law.'illnn freighters finish
up tho Pugot Sound torts, thero Is not
n great deal left to bo transported to
tho'tslamls until tho next A.-II. freight
er Is dispatched."
There Is tlo ono In direct nuthorl v
connected with elthiV thn Mntson Nnv.
igatlou company orltho American-Hawaiian
lino who will make a posltlvo
statement regarding tho result of tho
conference between tho steamship
magnates concerning tho details of
tho parceling out of tho transportation
uusiiioss. 01 mo nnnnwest coast,
Tho Infcrcnco Is however enfned
that' by tho chartering of tho Ncvadan
by tlio Matson Interests, tho Amerl
can-HawnlInn lino will devote its en
ergies to maintaining the .trlnngiilnr
service, operating s;camors on tho
regular twelvo-day schedule between
aaunn crux. San DIegp. Snn Francis
co, Seattlo. Honolulu nnd roturnlnc
via Island sugar ports to Sallha Crur,
the Isthmian .terminal.
it is contended that the servtco rend.
oreit by tho American-Hawaiian line
lor tlio past three vonrsr has nrnvo.1
satisfactory to tho sugar Interests.
From this, tho Inference Is fcnlnqd thnt
inero lias nni ueen Or will not be. nnv
dlfllctllty encountered In tho rcnowal
of tho contract for transporting sue'
nrs between Hawaiian plantations and
too cast coast or thq Unl,ed States,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 14, 1910, from
10:30 a. m. to 4:30 D. m,
Kclilnknlaiil L. Kamawao to Kalau-
Kela lllvlll 1..1 v lid llmv
Oahu Ceipetery Assn to La Progress.
110. u, uceanio Lodge . ..n
Oahu Cenietery Assn to Lo Progress
llo L. Ocoanlo Lodge ..,,..,,,.,.. D
Oahu Comctcry Assn to Lo Progress
do L. Oceania Lodgo, ............. n
Oalpi Ceiietor' Assn to a Progress
. do L. Ocennlo I-odgo A D
Oalfii Cemetery Absii to Lb Progress
110 i) ycoanio ixxibo ....,...j...,D
Lo Progress do. L. Ocennlo No. 24,
Fs & A. M. to Ocoanlo Lodgo No.
'371, P. & A. M , n
Oahu Cemetery Assn to David Day
ton ,, M
LO.1I111 Cemetery Asbh to David Day-
Inn ' r
II. P. Wlchmnn by Atty tn Ircno I.
Hollowny . , , ;...)( , rj
Lllllo Wilkinson (widow) to Charles
Hon ot nls Trs' .,Tr D
Catherjno J. I.loyd (widow) to Yong
Kong Luin ,,,.,..., r
Entered for Record April 15, 1910, from
8:30 a, m, to 10:30 a. nv
Thomas Homager and wf to Denja
111I11 P. Holllnger ,- d
1 For Infants and Children 1
rha Kind You Have Always Bought
Slg.iaturo ef 6&&ZZU
Be a Booster for Ha'wall and attend 1
the Vaudeville entertainment at tha
Empire on Hawaii Ynt night.
J. ' ' .. M,
- Thursday, April 14. ,
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., 6
Munlln vln Guam Sherman, U. S.
A. T., 1 p. m.
VE8SEL3 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va., Ilosclmnk, Ilr. stmr.
Norfolk, Vrf. Olenshlcl, Ilr. stmr,
Friday, April 18.
Hongkong and Japan ports Chlyo
Maru, T. K. K. S. S.
, Saturday, April 16.
Hllo nnd way ports Mnunh Kca,
.1. ' ' .1.
VESSELS TO OEPAHT
i- T : :
Friday, April 15.
Formosa Nllgata" Maru, Jap. stmr.
Maul and Hawull .ports Clnudlne,
stmr, ' . ' .
Saturday, April 16.
flan Frnnclscrj Chlyo Alnrif, T. K. K,
S. S. Probnbly noon. '
. Mills aro cue at Honolulu
points as, follows: ..
Snh Francisco Per Siberia, April 18.
Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru, April 1C.
Vancouver Per Maramn, April 29.
Colonies Per, Makurn, Aprll'2G.
I Mnlls, will depart forvtho following
points as follows: " ' " ' i
San Francisco Chlyo Mam, April 10.
Yokohama Per SJborla, April 18.
Colonies Per Marania, April 26.
Vancouver Per Makura, April 2C.
I- -i 1
Crook, from Honolulu . (on.. Manila,
Match 1. , i ,
DIx, due Honolulu April 15.
Logan sailed from Manila April 14.
I Sherman, sailed from, Honolulu for
j Manila April 44. '.
stieridnn, sailed, rrnm Honolulu for
San, Franc('sco, April 12. ,
Per stmr. Clnudlno. for IIAWnll anil
Maul ports April 15. W. A. Kinney,
Moses Koltua S, Kspepa, II. 8. 1emon,
W. A. Pernandei, Mrs. Fernandez, W,
II. Field, A. II. Pope, II. B.- Weller,
Mrs. S. Pookcla
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai, tiortn.
April 19. J. P. Cooke, II. IV Baldwin,
Mrs. W. H. Rico. Miss Emily Rice.
Per stmr. Maunn KaX for Hllo via
way ports April ,19.-W. McMutray;
W. d. Hall, Mrs. A. Mason. -Miss K.
Wight, W". Lunts. Mr. Ungcr, J.
Schwarfz, Dr. Hoffmann. W, It. Cns
tle, Miss Sewalh MIb Chrlstman, Mrs.
A. a. Cilrtls. C. II., Thurston C. XI.
Mln, J. W. Wadman.
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IN FOREIGN PORT
Friday, April 15. . ,
NEWCASTLE Sailed April 13: Bel.
Su. L'Avenlr, for Honolulu. 1
NQItFOLK Sailed Aprll-13: Nor. S.
8. Tolsdal, for Honolulu.
OKAYS HAllBOn Arrived April 14:
Bktne.. Arago, from Honolulu, Mar.
POUT GAMBLE Arrived April 15:
8ch. Hobt. Lowers, henco Mar. 26.
PORTLAND Arrived April 15: 8. S.
Solja, henco April 5.
POUT TOWNSEND Arrived 'April
15: Sch. Ariel, from pearl Harbor.
SAN FItANClSCO Arrived .April (15:
S. S. Manchuria, henco April 9.
HILO Arrived April 12; Sch. YV. II.
Mansion, henco Mar. 2(1
HANA Arrived April 8: Sch. James
Bolph, from San Francisco.
ACCORDING to a wireless received
from tho Toyo IUsen Kalsha liner
Chlyo Maru, that vessol Is not expect
etl to arrive at Honolulu with passen
gers and freight from Oriental ports
bpforo 5, o'clock this evening. ,Tho
vessel Is understood. wlll bring In th,v
neighborhood, of 1330 tonsiof cargo.
Tliet;e are anumber of prominent lior
s,o(iagos an bodrd She vcshqI traveling
through to Sap Francisco, Elaborate
prppratlnus havo been" made to re
ceive, the Chlnesa nrlnco and.aulte,
THE PACIFIC .MAIL liner Chlyo
Mnru with, ahout tvyclvo hundred tons,
of orlcntnl freight Is, duo tn arrive oft'
the part nt about n.vo o'clock thlo
oyenlug. Tho vessel Is bringing rn
number or distinguished Chlnosd nnd
Japanese passengern who aro travel
ing In transit. Jo tho UnltocL-'Stntes.
Tho Qhlyo Maru may bo dispatched
for Son Francisco . noop tomorrow.
f HE UNITED STATES army trans
port DIx with u shlinent' of flvo thou
sand tons of MIlkL jnnan eoiil l nut
Joxpocted to'ar'rlvo hero much beforo
aidiuii, uccorning to tho latest cal
culations of tho local quartermaster
department. Tho .vessel will remain
hero for about ten daygi'to discharge
THE AMERICAN bark-Arago, which
sailed frpm Honpulu nn March 21. af
jor 'having discharged a shipment of
lumber nt the port, has arrived nt
Gray Harbor.- The1 vessel Is reported
Jo Jiayo teoched'tho lumber port j'es
THERE IS a full shipment of Roca
hontns coal on board the Norwegian
steamship Parsdnl which is. reported
to hnvp, sailed from Norfolk, Va.,-on
yc(nesday, Thoo H. Davlcs &. Co
wl net as agents,' for tho .vessel.
A REPORT comes from Jflvnatin
N( S. W., to tho effect that the Belgian
ship L'Avenlr, with a shipment oti.iW
trnllan coal, has 'sailed for' Honolulu.
The fuel comos to (the agency, ot C.
"-ui u-uuijinuy, ' f ,'
Bulletin Business Offlte'PhonB 2111
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