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EVENINO nuLLETW, HONOLULU, T, II., SATURDAY, APR. 10, 1910
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular 5 p, nit
Oceanic Flnt Degree.
All visiting members of tbe
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of loeni lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
At K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' X Am
KNEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciatlons cor
HARMONY I0DOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday cvcnlnrj nt
7:30 in I. O. O. V Hall, Tort Htroot
E. It. IICNDRY, Sccrctar)";? :
II. L. McCOV. Nolilo Grand."
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K of l. Hall,
corner Port and Dcrctnuln. Visiting
I) rot bora cordially Invited to attend".
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. I' HEINE, k. n. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Fit iionoiiuu ixmgo iso. eiu, u, r. u.
K; Klks, meets In their hall, on King
Btrcct. near Fort, ovory Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
l-$ Invited to attond. ,
K. A. DOUTHlTT. 13. It.
r II. C. EABTON. Scc'y.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. O. R. M.
, L -Moots every llrst and third Thurs
Tda)s of each month at Knights of
jf )thlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
fTUIulIy Invited to attend.
j,l P. HIOOINS, Sachem.
fcV K. V. TODD, C. of It.
1' HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. jE.i
V f Meets nn the 2ml nnd 4th U'En-
!K TXKflTVAV nmtilni, nt nnrti ninlift, nt
,7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berctanla and i'ort streets.
W Visiting Eagles aro invited to at-
w n. riley. w. p.
VM. C. McCOY. Bee.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
, ji Meets on cry 2nd and 4 til Saturday
K CVOIIlUg ai ('.JO U CIOIK 111 IV. UI I'.
"ilal, ior. I'ort and Ilerctanla. Visit
ing brothoiH (.ordlallr Invited to nt-
h, - II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, It R. S.
You'll get it promptly
ami it will settle the.
roofing problem for
j ou. You never u
that quality before at
that price. .When
your order comes, you
will like it Hill better.
The perfect roll oo
flaw or welc ipotv
(with the end! care
I fully protected, nuke
try Inch of the routing available.
Ho'wsjter Iritnniipgi, no, broken
lodges on Congo Roofing A
Write for the Sample 1 1
LEWERS & C00KE, LTD
177 So. King Street
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Pau Ka Hana
I At Your Grocers
WE HAVE WITH US
prWlMhtltii?'! ''' i ff
AT THE YOUNO.
Saturday, April 16.
E. W Stroimn, Chicago; C, A. Gra
ham, Sun Francisco, A. W. Colwcll,
Now York City, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
List Wheeling West Virginia; Mr.
mil Mrs Stnnlc) Gibbons, England;
Or Carl Aschoff. Berlin. Germany; Lt-
Col E .1 I.ln. Pekln. China: F. W.
Clcvoden Detroit. Mich.; M. W. Dcr
Win. Detroit, Mich ; C. Apnna, II. It.
Ituiton Kohala, J It. Meyers Dcrke
Thursday, April 15.
J W. Jones,, Rutim P. Spauldlng,
Kc.tlla; O, II. Falrchlld, Kcalla! W.
U Bcilcr, Schofleld llarroiks; P. II,
Sheridan Schofleld Barn-vks; E. G.
Ostland, Miss A. C. Kinney Kahuku:
P A Adams, Schofleld tlnrracks.
Then. McLcod. HUo.
Thursday, April 13.
Itobcr'son Schnflcli Barracks
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered fcr Record April 15, 1910,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Harry Grcgcun to L K Tomy..
, P A and C M
Louisa K Kalaluht and hsb to
. Mnry A Ahlo .-.
Louisa K Kalaluht and hsb to
iipx -AIid to John Kalaluht., .
I-o u Is Feary to Kcakabtwa (w)
J M Kelllkut (k) ct a) to II M
Elcrm "Kahanwc (w) to It M
Jot Grlgsby and wf to Trent
f rust Co Ltd M
Honolulu Wire lied Co to Hono
lulu Wire lied Co Ltd D
Entered for Record A"ril 16, 1910,
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m,
Peter Mnchado and wf to Mary
A Sllya D
Kckalkulhala Mahaulu and hsb
to William K Slmerson U
Kckalkulhala Mahaulu and hsb
to Louis Feary I)
Honry May & Co Ltd to T Shl-
bayama et nl Rel
Henry May & Co Ltd to Iwa'
TTPKaleloou Kamalaml to Pu-
nkea Plantn Co Lid L
SamlforFriedonborg and wf to
Wllllnm Notley '. 13
Cabrlnha & Co to Antonio Hap-
Jo qBerrao aid wf to A M
:: ajirltadi 5 ...Z U
30So"TI Scrrao ahu wf to Joso
Gomes . , , . . , D
Joso Gomes hnd wf t,o A M Ca
A M Cabrlnha to First llnnk of
HUo Ltd AM
MK .11 V Wolter, tr, to Annlo
K Murray ct ul Rel
Cannda last )ear spent $703,7Sti
on ordnance, ammunition, tents.
wagons, accoutrements, artillery and
warlike stores (excepting clothing,
saddlery and harness), out of a totul
mllltla expenditure of nearly seven
A Newark man objects to mln
strcis' wearing American nags on
their coats. Now, down South they
remember that It was n minstrel
singer that composed ''Dixie" and
arc more lenient. '
Get your tickets for the Society
Vaudeville to be given at the Empire
Theater for the benefit of the trans-
Pacific yacht race.
Your rights can
hot Involve an-
PICTURES GIVEN AWAY AT
THE GREATEST" OPPORTUNITY EVER AFFORDED TO
TJJE LADIES OF HONOLULU, ,, ,.. ,
Commencing MONDAY HORNING, Abril 18, at tight
q'clock, with every Giih Purchase of $10 and over,
WE WILL GIVE AWAY ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST'
PARLOR 03 DINING ROOM
FRAMED PIPTURES 27 x 23'
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE
' SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
We have also red iced our prices on a great many
lines, which should attract every Conservative House
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour. Levi Is' Stables.
A noitco In ro deed of trust appears
In this Issue.
Fruit flaors. Arctic soda. Lclthcad
& Woodward, 'phono 657, 1263 Miller.'
Ilargafns In warh goods nt 10c at
Whitney A Marsh's salo on Monday.
Coll on Allkn Pnton at tho F.ncoro
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
Embroidered tiousscau and fancy
needlowork. Mrs. II. Dell) 162 Hotel
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night
Dald Hoopll, who was conclctcd of
being drunk, had a flno of 4 recorded
against him this morning at tho police
Bo sure and ask for "Rainier" when
ordering beer from jour dealer. It
has n reputation for being tho best the
Tho Chlne8o Imperial jellow dragon
occupied one of the flag poles on the
Young Hotel today In honor of tho
Joaquin Sllva, who Is chaigcd with
threatening language, was In court
tbls morning, but had his case sent
ocr till Saturday next.
Visit Jack Roberts at tho Kentucky
Saloon v. hen you wnnt liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods nnd
courteous treatment there.
Thn only goda works In town whero
jou can get Hires' Root Ueer and Iron
Port also havo distilled water. Con
solidated Soda Water Works. Feb. 71.
American Steam Laundry docs deli
cate fabrlcn by hnnd.. Dry cleaning
ladles' dresses. Clothes cleaned nnd
pressed. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phono 601.
Chamberlain nnd Thompson tho two
Marines who nro alleged to havo as
saulted n, Portuguese boy. woio com
mitted to tho Circuit Court this morn
ing by Judgo Andrado.
Call nt the show rooms and get
twcnlv-flvo Green Stamps free Evcrj
thing In tho show room Is free tor
Green Stamps. Call today or any day.
Derctanla opposlto Flro Station.
The results of all game ptacd by
tho American and National Leagues In
the east aro received dally by cablo
at "Tho Fashion." notol street. If
jou want to know tho score Or stand
ing of tho different clubs, drop In and
take a look at the board.
Tho St. Louis College Alumni will
start up a handball tournament this
afternoon, and somp twenty plascrs
aro expected to take part In It. Ping
pong Is nlunjH on tap every after
noon nt tho nreler Hnl and a lot of
tho momona members are getting Into
J. Miller, who has been up before
tho pollco cour,t several times lately
and who has been given chanco after
chance to obtain employment, was
treated to a suspended sentence- of
thirteen months this morning by Judge
Andrado; Miller will havo to get work
now or clso go to Jail at his noxt
appearanco In the pollco court.
SUGAR FACTORS CO.
The total amount of sugar shipped
by tho Sugar Factors Co , Ltd., since
December 1, 1909, Is 179,500 not
tons. Of this amount, 139,700 net
tons of Btigar havo reached the mar
kets. Tbe balance, viz., 39,800 tons,
la still afloat.
Of these 179,500 net tons of sug
ar, 108,300 tons havo been shipped
by the American-Hawaiian Steam
ship Company for the East, 8501)
tons by Capo Horn, and the balance,
62,700 tons, fur tho J'aclflc Coast
Tho estimated Bugnr shipments for
1910 are 448,380 tons.
The rag pickers of Paris are born
to their work, tho occupation botag
passed from father to son for gen
eratlpns. Each rag picker family
has Its own district, which Is inher
ited by tho children and grandcua
Can It bo possible that too many
nice things have been sa,Id about
Mr. Gcorgo II. Earle within bis hear
City Transfer Co.,
JAS, H. LOVE,
JAPANESE PARTY j
TAKE IN SIGHTS
All Have High Praise For
Well-Kept And Pro-
Tho second Asahl round thc-world
party arrived last night from Yokoha
ma on tho Chlyo Maru and was mot
oft port by the local representative
Japanese. Thero aro about fifty In
the party, which includes prominent
bankers, merchants, representatives
of the Japanese diet, tho Toklo mu
nicipal council and leading newspa
permen. The party Is traveling under tho
guidance of M. Tsuclilja, representa
tive of tho Asahl Shlnbun, and onu
of tho brightest newspapermen In Ja
pan. Ho Is making his second trip
around the world, having been select
ed by the promoters of the party as
being the most competent man to lead
"This Is certainly a surprising!)
oeauu.ui cuy i s residential msir ct. way ,, thg morning, report tho
which Is well laid out is a credit to tho following sugar awaiting shipment on
country," remarked Mr. Tahe Iuchl,.Hawalli5 31 ?0Bn. Vk&kea.
president of tho Tokushlma Chamber. 4800. l1flvail M1)1 2J5o. watuaku,
of Commerce. , 1 11 000; Onofrca. 19.000: , Pepcekco,
"our roads, which aro nicely IaW ' U.000: Honbmu" 10.200) L'auP8ho;ooo.
out and covered with oil are tho 5r00, ookalaVo; KUkalau! II? 038!
means of Increasing tho tourist bus- u.J.n,,, ,li n..k. Iaa. t.wv.
&h fe.!KK.d lJ SS2 J.n lh?kaa. 12,006; 'Kukulbaele 'spp9j Fun
iron ;'ork, at Osaka.' ' ' ,UU' V'"."1 " H- 8Z1 M8;
.".'T ' lmV0 ll7ri1 m.uch ?.f Ha; I THERE WAS a Bmall f relgh broiight
wall, I havo novcr given tho city of (0 (hit tiort this mornlnlt bvtho intcr
Honolulu credit for being one of tho 1 M JK W&
prettiest places. In the world but lo ' gcl mct with nneweathr ob the honi
loHv11 'V ""Tv," to,b nr0 pcl" ( ward tt,l0,from lillo, lb. addition t,o a
sonally and see tho modern dvolop-'falll Kl' .,.. or e v.- vhbaXte.
ments." sir. uuncl Nakaiawa. man
agcr Yoshlnotanl Coal Mining Co, Ka
This Is my first visit to Honolulu a
city which I consider Is well kept. Its
sanitary condition, as rar as I can
observe. Is perfect." Kosuko Kashl
wago pharmacUt, Osaka.
"Tho attractiveness and beauty of
tho Pall, with Its green mountains. Is
ono of tho natural beauty spots of this '
Island .1 was very much Impressed,
with Its grandeur." K. Amasakl, man-1
gcr Hanoi vjoiion spinning wo usa-
The above expressions of approval
aro but a few of the same class mado
by tbo Asahl round the-world party,
which arrived from Japan on the Chi
jo Maru, while viewing tho beauty
spots In and around Honolulu this
morning. Thoy were very much Im
pressed with the cleanliness of tho
city and spoko In glowing terms of
tho modern structures throughout tho
Under tho management of Mr. M.
Tsuchlya, a well known Journalist, and
a rcprescntatlva of the Asahl .nowspa
pare, the party, drovo around town
this morning. They left the Hack
(eld wharf at 8:30 In automobiles, and
went out to tbo aquarium to see tho
most attractive collection of the Ha
As thoy entered tho fish houso, as
they call It, they woro amazed at
the varlct) of fUn to bo soen. Some
of them took down tbo names of the
fishes., They remained about fifteen,
A short visit was mado to Fort Ru
ger and. then a start was mado for
Arriving at the Pall, the artists,
for thore were many, climbing on tho
rocks, 'mado sketches pf tho surround
ing ranges, and tho sea beach beyond
Kaneoho. According to one of them,
tho place was one of tho prettiest siiots
In the world.
It was about 11 o'clock, when tho
party, occupying eight or''nlno auto
mobiles, returned to Youhg Hotel,
whero n special lunch was prepared.
Consul General Uyeno, and. Consul
Genoral MItumo, a. passenger on tho
Chlo. hero met tho commission,
which Is Just starting out on their
rdund the-world trip.
Whlto Captains To Stay.
The report of the probable dismis
sal from service, of whlto Captains,
now In tho employ of the Toyo Ktsen
Kdlsha,, which was published in the
foreign newspapers, Is denied by tho
commercial commissioners, who aio
visiting in Honolulu today.
They stated most emphatically that
the whlto Captains would bo omplojcd
by tho Toyo Klsen lino, as has been
the case In tho nasi. They realize tho
fact that It was duo to the. command
v mo japaneso liners oy wnuo cap
tains, that tho commercial relation
between the United States and Japan
Is perpetuated. They, remarked that
It would bo a big mistake, for thn
company to discharge tho white and
employ tho Japaneso "captains, to com
msnd tho, Toyo Klsen liners.
MorJ than that they said further
that the Japaneso government has not
reijtrlcffoc) tho whlto captains from se
curing the government certificates to
'tunmanq iqe japanoso steamers.
They are Inclined to believe thaUall
'heso foports were actuated by tho
The latest theory s that there
are no men on Mars. This, nt
course, explains many things about
tpai erratic planet that bave puz
zled astronomers. Rochester Demo
crat and Chronicle'.
Thoso who bellovo (ho ocoan was
built ns the. annex of the. Atlantic
Citv hnirdwalk will be surprised ti
'r.iin lliat It In 170,000,000 joan
Danville (Hi.) Commercial
I WATgftPRONt NOTES I
' IT IS QUITE evident that there Is
a well appointed wireless telegraph
apparatus Installed on the Pacific1
Mall liner Siberia. This vessel vvav
reported from the Kahuku station last
evening bearing n messago which
gives tho position of tho Siberia as
200 miles from San Francisco, steam
ing through fine weather. The Siberia
Is tho second Pacific Mall vessel to
receive a wireless equipment. It Is
predicted that It Is only n matter of
a short time before nil vessels opcr
n'.ed by that company will bo enabled
to communicate at sea by wireless.
TO REALIZE on the copper with
which her frame Is fastened, what
Is left of the old bark aerimanln Is
to be burned. Of recent )cnrB the
Germanln hns been utilized as a coil
targe on San Francisco Day,' but
now she has outlived her usefulness,
even In this direction, nnd has been
sold by the Pacific Coast Fuel Com
pnny to Junk dealers. In the days
of the clippers the Germanla had a
brilliant Record as a smart salleil
and was credited with some fast pas
sages. PIJRSER PHILLIPS oAbo steamer
Mauno, Kea. arriving' .from, HUo via,
fair sited list of cabin passengers,
about fifty passengers arrived, on deck.
Tho Mauna Kea will t return to tho
big Island On uextrTuesday sailing at
noon on that date.
A WIRELESS received from tho
United States army transport Sheridan
last evening gave the position of tho
troopship as 830 miles oft tbo port
steaming towards San Francisco
through light northwesterly winds and
smooth seas Evcrjbody reported bb
cll on board.
KAUAI SUGAR awnltlns shipment,
according to the purser's report from
tho steamer NOeau, Includes tho fol
lowing consignments: M. A. K. 18-
799; McB.. 9949; M. S. Co.. 25,000; G.
& R , 3770; K. S. M . 8950; L. P.. 13.
068; V. K., 1600; K. P., 11,320; H. M.,
14 9 K. S. Co., 1330.
TWENTY DAY8 was tho sailing
tlmo covered by the Amorlcan schoon
er Robert Lowers In making a pas
sago from Honolulu to Tort Gamble
Tho vessel sailed from Honolulu ou
March 2G after having discharged n
shipment of lumber.
FINE WEATHER Is now being met
with by steamers traveling tho Ho
nolulu San Francisco routo. Tho Kn
tcrprlso, from llllo, has reported bj
wireless as having, encountered light
northeasterly brcezo and smooth seas
THE ARRIVAL of tho Amorlcan
schooner Ariel at San Francisco Is re
ported through tho local branch of tho
Merchants' Exchange This vessel
recently discharged a shipment of
lumber at Pearl Harbor.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Lurllno. en routo from Honolulu to
San Francisco, was reortcd as 875
miles off tho port last evening steam
ing through light northwesterly brcezo
and smoo'.h, seas.
SAILING FROM Honolulu on April
5 tho Norwegian steamship ScIJa, will)
transit cargo from tho Orient, Is re
ported as having arrived at Portlaud
INCLUDED In the freight brought
to Honolulu tbls mornlg from Kauai
ports by tho steamer Nocau was a
shipment of 2670 sacks sugar, 1381
sacks bran and 28 packages sundries.
THE AMERICAN, schooner Ilalboa,
now discharging lumber at thU port,
Is reported will, proceed lo HIlo there
to tako on a shipment of hardwood
railway ties for tho mainland,
THE INTEJM8LAND steamer Kl
nau Is expected to arrlvo at Honolulu
tomorrow morning with 3090 sacks
McD. and 6000 sacks K. S, M. sugar.
HILO 8HIPPING at tho time of dp
parture or tho Mauna Kea Included
tho lurk R. P. Rlthet and schobuerH
W. II. Babbitt ami K. M. Kellogg,
THE DEPARTURE of the American
schoonT Uorcalfs from Orriy's Har
bor yesterday with a shipment of lum
ber for Honolulu Is reported.
THE MATSON "Navigation stoamor
Hllonlan was reported as 400 miles off
tho port last evening en route from
Kahulul to San Francisco,
THE STEAMER Iwalanl left Maine
kona at tho tlmo of tho departure of
tho Mauna Kea. taking flvo thousand
sacks nf sugar trom that port.
riVE THOUSAND nnckfi of msir
arrived 'at tho pdrt frohi Hawaii by tho
lntcr-lsland steamer Iwalanl.
m.. Arii ir
Hongkong via Japan, porls-Chljo
Mnrn T. K. K. S. S . 8 V. m,
Saturday. Arrll 10,
llllo via way ports Mauna Kea, .
stmr., a. m.
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Expected Dally. "
Norfolk, Va. Roscbank, Dr. stmr.
Norfolk, Va, Glcnshlcl, Dr. stmr.
Sunday, April 17-
Manila, via Japanlx, U. S. A. T.
Sallna Cruz, Ban Tancisco acaiiiB
Columbian, A.-II. S. S.
Mnul and Molokal ports Mlkahaia,
Kndal porta Klnau. stmr,
Monday, April 18.
San Francisco Slpcrla. P. M. S. 8
Tuesday, April 19.
San Francisco Wllhclmtna, M. N
Wednesday, April 20.
Knual ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, April 21,
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlne.
ffrlday, April 22.
San Francisco Sierra O. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 23.
$!(lo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Hongkong and Japan ports Asia,
Suridsy. April 24
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahaia,
Kauai portB-klnati, stmr.
Tussday, April 23.
San" Francisco Chlria. P, M. S. S.
Australian ports via Suva Makura
O. A. & S.
Sallna Cruz, via San Francisco and
Sca,ttlo Alaskan, A.-It. 8. 8.
Wdnedyr April 27,'
Kauai portB--W, O. Hail, utinr.
Thursday, April 23.
Hawaii apd Maui portB Claudlno,
Friday, April 28.
Victoria and Vancouver Marama
C-A- 8. 8.
South and Central American ports
Manshu Maru, Jap. stmr. ,
Saturday, April 30.
HIlo via way ports Mnuna Kea
Monday, May 2.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
Per stmr, Mauna Kea, from HUo via
way ports. April 16. Mrs. Poluck, A.
, Poluck, Miss Colburn, Miss Col
bralth, Misses Day, Master Day, C. J.
Day nnd wife, J, C. Frees pnd wlfo.
Mrs. Dentley, Mrs. Folger, R. 8. Nor
rls, J. P. Myers, Master Tachlno J.
M. Revlnho and wire, A. Weill, A. 8.
Prescott, F. L. Waldron. Jas. Mooro
Mrs. E. R. Husscy and child, Mr. Sue
hlko, R R. Elgin and wife, E. O.
Clarko,' H. II. Ronton, Matalpslie Re
malnkawno, Rlmo Pako Hnumelna,
Chi Ml No, F. Ungcr, T. Murray. A.
Dowse, J. D. 'Tucker, Mrs. T. Hun,
baby and servant Mrs. Trovala. Uno,
Sato, Mrs. C. II. Dickey, E. Hcnnlng.
J. Lapping. II. p. Baldwin, W. F.
Drako D. M. Thomas, Miss R. Corn
well, Rev, Mlhonl and wife, Takumo
ho, 8. Hlnokawa. Shlnobara 8. M(ja
mot.o, C. A. Doylo, E. A. Douthltt and
Malls' are due at Honolulu fron
points as follows;,
Sah Francisco Per Siberia. April 18.
Yokohama Per ABla, April 23.
X'ancouver Per Marama, April 29,
Colonies Per Makura, April 26.
Mails will depart for the follnwlor
points as follows:
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, April 16.
Yokohama Per 8Iberla, April 18.
Colonies Per Marama, April 29.
Vancouver Per Makura,, April 20.
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IN FORKIQH PORTS
Saturday, April 16
GRAYS HARDOR Sailed Apill 15:
Sch. Borcalls, for llllo.
8AN FRANCISCO Sallod April 16. 11
a. m.: S. S. Sletra, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallod April 16; 8.
'8. Hyades, for Seattle.
SEATTLE Arrived April 16: S. S
Alaskanfrom San Francisco.
KAHULU1 Sailed April 13: S. S. HI
Ionian, for San Francisco.
LIFE OF A WAR8HIP QUN.
BERLIN, April 2.Tho "Deutsche
Tageszeltung," whoso chief naval cor
respondent is Count ReventloW, pub
llihes an arilclo on tho life of war
ships' guns, and compares tho Kruhp
uiiB wiwi uiu uruiaii uavui kuuh, mi
mensofy to tho advantage, of tbo Krupp
As man) as 390 bbets were fired
from a Krupp 31 centimeter (8 24 In )
gun without any decrease In Its accu'
racy being observed. In another cu'se
508 slio(a wcta llrod'frora a similar gun
w(h tbo sumo satisfactory result.
WUhu 28 centlroolor (11 In.) gun
184 shots wore fired with charges
weighing from 215 to 240 pounds, with
out any falling oft in neciirac).
A telephone Is extreme!) Valuable
to a man both boforo and after mar
riage. Before he uses It to find out
now soQil bo may come, and utter
wards he needs lt to And out how
tong ho may stuy away. St. Louis
' m i
intpr-Iiiand nnd O, It. L. rlilppln'i
bonks for sale at tho Rullotln
office, 60o each.
rriuay. April m.
Formosa ports-Nllgata Maru, Jap.
Biuir., i'. in.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
slnir1., 5 p. m.
Kahulul Ncvadan, A.-ll. S. 8, B
VE8SELS TO DEPART
flsturdav. Aorll 16.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, T. K. K.
S. 8 , 4 p. m. '
Monday, April 18.
Japan ports and Hongkong Blbcrla
P M. 8. S.
Kauai ports Nocau. stmr.
Tuesday, April 19.
San Francisco Novadan, A.-H,
llllo via way ports Mauna
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal porta Mlkahaia,
Thursday, April 21,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. stmr. 1
Friday, April 22. '
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Saturday, April 23,
San Francisco Asia, P. M, 8. B.
Monday, AprlJ 25.
Kauai ports Nocau, stmr.
Tuesday, April 26.
llllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Japan ports and Hongkong China
P. M. 8. 8.
Japan ports and Hongkong China,
P. M. 8. 8.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura, C.
A. 8. S
Kauai ports Klnau. stmr.
Wednesday, April 27.
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
San Francisco 8lcrra, O. 8. 8.
Friday, April 29.
Australian ports via Suva Marama,
C. A. 8. 8.
Saturday, April 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Manshu
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Monday, May 2.
Japan, ports and Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8.
Per stmr, Claudlno, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, April 15. W. A. Kinney,
Moses Kckua 8. Kapopa, II. 8. Lctnoti,
W. A. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez. W.
H, Field. A. n. Pope, IK R. Wollcr,
Mrs. 8, Pookeln.
Por Jap. stmr, Chlyo Maru. for San
Francisco. April 16 Mr. and Mrs. M.
Ornss. Col, Schuyler, A. O. Taylor, F.
A. Calnc, James Moore.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai ports,
April 19. J. P. Cooke, II. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. W. II. Rico. Miss Emily Rico.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, fpr HIlo via
way ports. April 19 W. McMurray.
W. G. Hall, MrB. A. Mason. Miss K.
Wight, W. Lantz. Mr. Unger, J.
Schwartz, Dr. Hoffmann. W. R. Cas
tle. Miss Sen all, Mis Cbrlstman, Mrs.
A. G. Curtis. C. II. Thurston, 0. II.
Mln. J. W. Wadman.
Per M. N. & 8. Wllhclmlna for San
Fiauclsco, April 27 Mrs. M. M. Mooro
and child, Miss Mooro, Mrs. F. L)ser
and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
Tarleton and children. Dr. J. Boattle.
J. D, Kendall, lrs. W. W. Chllholm
Mrs. Boattle. Mrs. F. n. Antrim Mls
E, A. Stono, F. L. Hobgs. Mrs. P. M.
Blake Mr. and MrB. E. O. Hail, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Thummcll. Mrs'. Flor
ence Banhara, Miss A. 8. Parker, Miss
DletZ, Miss T. Blackburn, Miss Bello
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Williams,
Mrs. Johansoa, A. B. Johansen. Mrs.
E. J. Watcrhouso and child MrB. T. C
Smith and child, Mrs. O. B. Williams,
Master Williams, H, P, Faye and fara
lly, Miss Grace Cooke, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D.' Alexander, T, A'. Clarke,, 8. 0.
Wilder. Mrs, ?cazo, Mrs. J, M. Lovy.
Mfss P. G. RobertB. Mrs. L. L. Ln
Plerrq Miss M. Schnon, 8. D. Barlow,
R. D."Klng. MrB. J. J. Carey, Mrs. C. B.
Horgaard, G. H. Angus, Mrs. G. II,
Angus, E A. Davis. W. C. Parke. Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Ohmcr, Mrs. S. G.
Wilder, Mrs. A. T. Atkinson. Mr. and
Mrs. I. A. Wilder, Mrs. O P. Castle,
Mrs. M, E. Tcniiey. Mra N, E. Jordan,
Mrs. O, Murphy; Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Waldron, Hits F. M. Dayfoot. Mrs. J.
B. Dayfoot, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pea
oy. Per O. 8. 8. Sierra, for 8an 'Francis
co, April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Stark. D.
D. Bhumway, Mrs. Sliumway, Miss D.
T. Fullaway, Miss Lewis, A. C. Bpobl
cr, F. L. IJoogs, Capt. and MrB A. K.
Kolght, Mra. R. Roynolds, p. Motzor,
Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Lyon, Miss A.
Thompson. Miss A, C. Kinney, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W .Pendleton, tt D. King, p.
M. Warner, Mrs, Warner, A. II. Popo,
V. J. Schultz, Mr. Schultz, J. II.
Ellis ehas. V, Howard, C. O. L. Mom
medleu, Mrs, II. Meyer, Mrs. T. E.
Walt, Mrs. J. E: Mervln, J. Ftannlgan.
Mrs. R. H. Plptner, Mr. Dodd, A, Her
bert, Mrs. Benlloy, J. II. McKlnnon, M.
Dayfoot, MIbs Dayfoot MrB, A. W.
Rabbidge, Mrs. C. H. "Humphrey. Mr.
ahd, Mrs. W. J. 8chult Miss Scott,
Mrs. M. M- Scott, Mrs. W. C. Bailey,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Porrlno N .D.
Collins, Mrs. X, Cunha, Mrs Allco Fro!
tas, Miss 8. Pratt. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. It.
Wooibrl,dge, Miss MJllggart, J. J.
Sullivan. C. A. Brims B?T. nromfleld,
Mrs. E Wooq, A. K. Vierra. MrB. May
er. . , . ...
TRAN8PQ.RT 8ERYICE. ,1
Creole, from 'Honolulu for Manila,
Dlxv duo Honolulu April l&V
I nrjnn palled from Manila April U,
Sherman, nailed from Honolulu for
Manila April 14.
Shorldan, nailed from Honolulu for
' . t
, Ban Francisco, April 12,
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