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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. VEDNn3Ds.Y, APJl. 27, 1910
! ' $ ' '"
x Weekly Calendar
All visiting members of tbe
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
in a l xl. r. nan
7!30 2, H.
MARINE ENGINEERS other Asso
BENEFICIAL ASSIATION. eiations .cor
dially invited. ' ,
HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Sr Meets every Monday evening nt
7J30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. 11. HENDRY, Secretary. :
H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
b All visiting brothers very cordially J
OAHTJ I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
3 Meets every first and third I'rl-,
day evening at 7:30 in it. pi r. nan,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
25 VM. JONES, C. C.
S 0. 1'. HEINE, K. It. a
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
t Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, n. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin
Street, near Fort, every Friday cven
lpg. Visiting Brothersre cordially
invited to attend.
JAS. D DOUaHERTY. E. n.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
AIIAN1RIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. Mr
jMets ev?ry first and third Thurs
days of each month at nnignts or
ftjithlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
folly Invited to attend.
jj P. HiaGINS, Sachem. .
j E. V. TODD, 0. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
-.f.- .h. in on ifh WPn-
KTCSDAY evenings of each month.wiEfctlago In tho Federal court
7IJJQ o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Jjerctanla and Fort streets.
SSjfVlsltlng Eagles are invited to al
' Y. It. ItlLEY. W. P,
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec,
VWM. McKINLEY LODOE NO. 8,
"5 K. OF P.
' 'Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
. evening at 7.30 o'clock in K. of P.
; 'Hall. cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit-.
Ing brothers cordially Invited to it
n ir a Tivinn n c
j E.' A.' JACqBSON, K. n. S.
"Vcgrue" papers represent a
new order of things decora
tive. They are designed and
colored to make proper, set
tings for furnishings and to
produce richer and better ef
fects than have ever been
obtained with wall papers.
See the beautiful samples in
our show room,
& 177 S. KINO. STREET
Chas. R. Frazier
122 Kin? St
TCBTPELT9VTP AT OtiGW.
Y.WThat terrible Itch dlslppears with
tJ'5hn FIRST DllOPS of D. D. D. Pio-I
r' .ntlnn T Icllla nil skin illeAse
.-.'ftrrmfin'ilkUlr.j A. BOO'.hlnc-heallnz-
Drug Co., Fort street.
WE HAVE WITlj IB-
i! swr isamm
T THE YOUNO.
Tuesday, April 2S.
A K W Todd, Walalle; Miss A. C.
hlnwa.'j II Wtliliiis, San-Vrnnclsco;!?"'0,0'' c"riafp ,a!"? '' l0 Hawaiian
H. T IJromueld, St .Michael. Alaska
Dr. C 1 Roberts and vslft New York
Tuesday, April 20.
Mrs W II. Ilodd.i, ' Mungana,
Crystal White So'ap hiakos tho latin-'
dry work light. Ask your grocer for
It Hold everywhere
it soni everywnerr ...
R,.n Rnl.ml.iv ..innlna 11 1. I 1 e I I n
for ery Important announcement
from qirhs' tin Coo.ls t'oinnav
fTS; I H.?0V to ta' im ma-
clilim lecords Is now read) nt Berg-
strom Music Co Many line numbers
contained In this list. - ,
Picture tnkl.u tltm Is hero again,
To eet tho best tesulls from your lllms
.and plates tako ihem to (lurrey's Ltd.,
'fiir printing nnd developing.
ir )nu want your cioiiiph 10 pt nieo
nnd Hi Jhi In the height of fashion wear
Hart, Scbaffner & Marx clolhlit?. Sold
by Sllvn.il Togner) anil n nig stocK
- AGAIN IN KALIHI
Yesterday mori Ing at about G
o'clock a I'ortuguwe woman met n
mat. she swears wus Anderson Grace,
on tho Kallhl vulley road, Tlio
negro was carrying a sack tn which
something th'at was of tho shape of
a loaf of'bread was to bo seen. The
woman hurried home and being very
nervous, went to bed and rema ned,
there all' day. This afternoon slio
mustered up enough courage to in-
form the chief ot detectives ot tho
i95fijnsh tho repoit may be like
St3bpan?r6JBij ones nnd turn out
to be n false rlt rm, Chlof McDume
will act In the nnttc nnd do nil 'In
his power to locate tie man Been by
LLULUfUi .UUUIll nUILU
11 ItM '
I. (kn .... nrih. Il.ll.,l HI.Im ..
for violation or too iwiimunus Act, tno
caso was nollo prosscd by tho gocrn-
The Indictment ngilnst Hlrata was
In the Ah Fook case, the defendant
withdrew the demurrer formerly pre-
Bcntcd to tho indictment nnd pleaded Japanese, at.d tho tioiico patrol wag
not gulltv. tho case being set for hear- on went at onco to ihq plnco where
Ing on May 9. tno Chinese whs. Tho man was'
surSnTout'Vcn-rnnfop8 SS M? V2.?l0,W
morning was nollo prossed by the gov
There wero also a number of cases
continued at this morning's session of
tho court. i
I ' i
Young mnn wanted for wholesale
house In town. State experience
and salary expected, neply, glv-
ing references, No. 123, Bulletin
Djcount Sale On ,
r - .
r - fl t
RIRLS' smart garments for sum
mer 'wear; f)r Ifls ' f rem 4
to 14 years will be on sale firi-this'
week at 25 per cent discbant l;"
1 I- This sale compriccs garments qf
Gingham, Galatea, Perqale and Lawn.
SEE WINDOW DISPL'AY
.. . Fort Stfe'et, qlip. Catholic Church,. .
"LOCAL ANb GENERAL
-U ! ! U
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Telophono 503 (o have Laundry
called for mid delivered quick
7-Soated Auto for hire. Phono 199
James Baker, Young Hotel Stand.
Applejack like they make on the
farm. I.clthead und Woodward Phone
Call on Mike Pnton at the Encoro
Saloon for a draft of l'ri'sh butter
milk, Embroidered tiousseans and fanry
ncodlowork. Mrs. II. Hell, 102 Hotel
If you want a Rood Job done on an
Carriage Mfg. Co . 427 Queen St.
There wero -only six cases on tho
pollco court calendar this morning,
niid they wero quickly disposed of by
The family of II. L Gllllnland Jr.,
ilcslro to express their thanks for the
kind sympathy of friends during their
Up till this morning '.21 automobiles
lind been registered at tin pollre sta
tion nnd there nro still several more
to bo put on Die list.
Visit Jack 'Roberts pt the Kentucky
Salpon when jou want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods nnd
coiirteous treatment there.
Tommy Hums' manager Kcatlm;
stated yesterday that tl.c Lnngfnrd
'" , llllL ZIVaI
?c.y,'?lL,S" n''' hrd pos,e'1 n fori
fclf of "'000 l0 nPPcr- I
t,, mm.,i .,,. r iv, ninnia.
hto . inci.mil uiiko m r,ivn iiiuius-
on ,no sl(,rrtt 'l niornlng en route
f' Cub, and Porta Hlco. where he In-
teds continuing In the siuar Industry
Call nt tbe show Yooms und get
cmy-nve- uieen iamrs irec. i.Tcry.
"uns " "o "" T""" " "llo
Green Stamps. Call today or'uny day
Beretanla opposUe Klro Station.
l'lfiecn mlniiten after ho vuh nr-
retted on a cliargo or lewd conduct, a
man named" Tom Ankl, who was
caught by Chief McDufllo peering Ihto
ft plarc he had no right to, was sen-
tenced to three months' Jail
Mrs. B. E. Porter leases today for
her homo In Boono. Iowa. A cable
gram notifying her of her mother's
Illness was received nt half past eight
this morning. Both Mr. nnd Mrs. Por
ter beg to thank.thc friends who wero
so kind In helping them to get Mrs
ortcr aboard the Sierra, which sailed
" ja,moC Tak'akl ns llbcllant has filed
papera wh Ul0 court praynK for i,.
0Iuto dlvorco -from his wife umo Tn
kakl who, ho declares, lull him wlthoul
cause moro than olgiit years ago. Th
couple wero married In Yamakuchl
JJj-.JJ J' riT
mcd Iier0 slncc ,lla-t tn,'p
tlJ jtlM AM AlM
TRIES. SUICIDE ROUTE
At li30 o'do:k this afternoon an
nEu Chli.eso named Yee jun Ytin
who has been 111 for n long time,
attempted to commit suicide by cuj
ll l,tn Ih.Anl .trill, n rn.n, fTlin
unfortunate man only succeeded In
.nikliio- n Sr.i'1i near lilJ wlndnll.e.
-.... ...l-. ",. ... ,.l . ... . Li. j
"" ll"OUBH "O I"" IOI Ol UIUUU,
" ,a)' possibly recover.
wuuiu-ub wiiuuu muiu u ii-
ter to his relatives' before trying to
do away with, himself, nnd then re-
,,'red to ,,, room nt (no rear of .ho
Xhl Theater. 'Wn.ro ho hackd
"'"'""".Y'1". ",u '"'"' . .
The alarm was turned In uy some
admlltcd for treatment!
Two t'ruo bills were returned by tho
Territorial Grand Jury this morning,
ono against Hi B, Chnmborlatn and tho
other ngalust II. B. Chamberlain 'and
II, U, Thompson, both Indictments be
ing for assault with n weapon obvious
ly dangerous to life.
The norendants are uoth marines
stationed nt Camp Very and tho al
tugues'o on Hotel ctrcct on tho'rilght
0f April t '
leged assaults wero against two 'Pot
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
FDR Willi I PLAY
The Mnnna Volley TonnM Club will
hold a night tournament on Its court
nt Mnnoa on Thursday. April IS, pl.t)
to comincnco nt 7 sham. The Munoi
Improvement Club has kindly offcrcl
trophies for this play, which will life u
consolation tournament for nil tho
teams In both mens doubles nnd
mKod doubles, who were defeated by
the winners In the night tournament
lately given by tho M V. T. C.
The eligible teams nrj Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Wnterhousu and Mls Scwall ami
A. M. Nnwell In tho mixed doubles,
and C. G. Hoc leu s nnd Theo. Hlchnrdsi
A. U Castlo nnd Cnpt. Low, W. A. Wull
nnd II. B. Glltanl, nnd 1 E. Stcero
nnd A. M. Now ell,
Tlio drawings havo been mada and
rosnltcil ns follows: C. G. Bockus and
Theo. Itlchards vs. A. U Castlo aii'l
Capt. liw. P. E. Stcero nnd A. M,
Novell SV. A. Wall and II. II. Glf'
fard. Messrs Bockus and Richards
will bo unable to play so
IUIUVIIl-1 Will UU ll 1UI1IIWB,
Match No. 1 V. E. Stcero and A.
M. Nonell vs. W. A. Wall and II. B.
Glffardi Match No. 2 Miss Scwall
and A. Mi Nowell vs. Mr. and Mrs.
John Waterhoufce. Match No. 3 a. I
Castlo nnd Capt. Low s Winners of
Matches Nos, 1 and 2 will ba two out
of throe sets, while tha finals In men's
doubles will be throe out of live.
At tha conclusion of tbe play, Judge
1L E. Cooper wlH present the trophic h
lor both tournaments. All Intciested
nro cordlnlly invited to nttend.
THERE'S STILL A
FEW OF US LEFT
Continued from Face 1.)
by the band and a pleasing program
was given. Tho horn blownrs folded
up their Instruments thortly after 9:30
nnd went to the Oceanic wharf, whero
tho steamship Sierra was tugging nt
her lines, nnd another Imprumptii eon
cert was rendered for tho delectation
of somo soventy-tvc canin passengers,
and tho usual crowd of people who rcg-
nlarly make the departures of the San
Irnnrlscn bound steamers a pleasanti
It looks as If It would bo a rather
close chase across tlw twcnt)-ono hun
dred miles of water'to Snn Frnnclsca
as far as the tno llneis are concerned,
Tbe Wllbclmlna got avty first anl she,
was out In the Btrcam- and stca, nlng
irom i ne naruor very ciusu nucr inu
lu ocioci; wnisiio suunueu.
This vessel carried orit, hundrpd nnd
seventeen passengcrjt In tho first 'clasi
and fort)-ono In t.io steerage Tho
Matson vessel also took a good Blzcd
freight list Including iluantltles of
sugar, pineapples and, nundrles. Ow
ing to tho peculiar construction of tho
vessel, thero was sullfclcnt freight on
board tn trim the vessel.
Hundreds of Honolulu pcoplo
swarmed the decks of both tho Sierra
nnd Wllhelmina j.tlir to the sailing.
Tho Sierra waj about ten, mlmite.i
behind tho Mnteon steamer In leavlni,
her wharf The Oceanic; ferryboat,
howoer, carried tho ml destined for
the mainland, and for this reason some
of (he moro speculative It cllncd madu
nsscrtlons that tno Sierra would bo
tho first to psbs vlthln tho Golden
Gate about six days hence.
Tho Sierra cairlcd bovpnty-llvo In
tho cabin and thirty teerago passen
gors. Tno greater hjuik o; ner cargo
. r. .. . . ,
rnnslstcit of tWcntV-SOVCn thousand
. ;. ., . .,
sacKs ot Btigar. umcr lines oi Ha
waiian products wero also IncludM on
tho freight list.
Both tho Matson llnor and tho Sierra
could-havo taken ninny morn cabin)
passengers In nddlilsn to thojo who
sailed tor tne mainianu. uie vicuanici
boat could havo easily accommodated
sovoiity-nve additional pasn ngcrs.
The Matson steamer Wllhelmina had
room for about twonty moro travellers,
nio millionaire or wurw uj uiu-
ed to get nway today ana laneu 19 coii'
ncct with Ihe transportation has no
one to blame but himself. Thiro was
room for 'nil comers according to tho
Tho Androw Voluh, also bound
IfVlunnurni-.l nt Intldil flllt fit tltn
harbor nt noon tuday by tho Intropld.j
A half dozen passqnger? ynr nave
plenty of time to ilevo.e to a mainland
trip left by tho windjammer, Tho
Welch carried over a thousand tons of
WATERFRONT NOT" (
A DISPATCH ffOBl TaXOma Bayn:tnM to wnlt ton mtnntRH !iv ino rioii.
innlnin llnl Mpt-'fti-lnnfi l& WOrkltlC tO
raise the Yukon jrlver Btoamcr Lotta
rr 1I.4 .... 1. l-i ..,n In llin Tannni'
Talbot, sunk last year In tho Tanana
river near roiruanKB, ,two mvers sur
o)Cd tho hull undor water after a
groove had Jieen sawed In tho Ice
around Ihe bull. Tho ladder was
nlnced'lri Ihn bottomiOf tho'rlVor and
l electric light nnd telephoho 'provided
for tho divers' use. A sfxtech toot holo
was found In ono end f tho boat nnd
another almost as large nt thq other
nd. ThoBe holos are being patched,
with canvas and boards. A centrifu
gal pump will then bo placed In tho
hold to pump out tho water'and sand
with which sho Is Oiled. Tho. smaller
holes will bo stopped up and the ves
Eel released. ' ,
THE SMALL stoamer' Georgia ply
lug between Bltki nnd Juneau, stniclt
a reef In Icy iStrait' half a ml'o from
where the steamship Yucatan Is
aground. Tho wrecking stoamer Santa
Cruz, which Is raising tlio Yucatan,
went to tho rescue, of lho Georgia and
got' her oft the locks -yvltlt her bottom
jiiuiv torn. Tho passengers ami man
of tho Georgia wero transferred to
tho stoamshln City of Seattle, and tak -
eh to Juneau, It Is not thought thaccourt discharged him becau'lo ho wai
damage to tho Qoorela Is serious. She
tins n net tonnniro of 173 tons. 1
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THE STATEHOOM occunled by
Lord Kitchener, tho British 'wftrrlor
on his memnrnblo trip from Tahiti to
Snli rranclsco was ft bone of conten-
'Ion for over sixty cabin passengers
nho had booked for tha fcoitth' Pnclflc"
Islands by tho Oceanic Steamship
Marl.osa, nnd among several of them
thetc'has been rivalry over efforts
to secure the stateroom tint was op-
cuplrd by Lord Kllrhenor of Khar-
tnuin on bis trip to Snn Francisco from
Tiibltl. To nppcifso eu-r)body nnd
glvo them something to tell their
friends, tho diplomatic Cookroft, gem
oral passenger agent of tho line,
granted tho coveted honor to all tho'
iinonrnra Trt fiwrimnlfRl. Ilitu nntlnr.i
enlly lmposslhlu feat be caused cncli
of the hero-worshipping voyages to be
lieve that ho1 or Nho has been assign
ed to the coveted room. Tho pissen
pers may, It ibcy like' fight It nut
among'thomselvcs ns the stentner pro
ceeds to sea and the truth leaks out.
IT'S A LONG passage now being
W4t 1a Kiv Sl lvSrfm fintrlaAa T9iam
' mo uumu '"ii ".-
tank, the vessel under charter to
lirlng n shipment of coal from New-, """"- .. ... .., -..
port News Vo.. Ui Honolulu to tha, PAS8ENGERB DEPARTFD f
order of the United States navy do- , ' . , . A
partment. Tho Rosebank sailed from Pe,r C.-A. 8. S. Makurn, for Van
tho Atlnntlc coast coal iiort n day couver and Victoria, April 26. Mr.
ahead of tho British freighter Glen- and Mrs. Kcrcly. Mrs. Scale, J. It.
shlel, which vessel has been illscharg- Cunningham, Mrs. L. Roberts, W. Mc
Ing fuel dt this port since April 22. Callum, Mrs; McCnltum, Miss McCal
Tho Iloscbank In now sixty-nine dnys lum.
out from her point of sailing and sho , Per Am. Bk. Andrew Welch for San
should show up nt nny llmo, though Francisco, April Mrs. E. Johnson. M.
tlio vessel can hardly bo placed on D. Taylor, Pt II, Dodge, Mrs. It. C.
wii.ii nugnc no lermeu ina ovcruuu
Hat. Xnnlir f1iA tlintiai n1 tntia nt Artfll
lB'v Nearly five thousand tons of coal
is expected to nrrho'by tho British
triTiAt etTnn .,liln .l,l,,,mi
finui ,j,i,,i ,t.i.M, n.iiiitiivi.w
ptnoa Ihi fnltnwlni? mnitlnnieiitn)-
Includes the following consignments)-.
nccordlng to n report broimhl hero by
Puiscr Logan of Iho Hall: K, 8. Mi
t.900: 0 A H.. ir.-o: Mak.. .Ti 4(10:
McB. 17 889; K. P.. 9703; P.. 1 1 80S:
H. M., 12785; M. S. Co.O.OOO; K. S.
THE INTER-ISLAND stenmor Cas
cade has been given n shipment of gen-
oral cargo and dispatched for' llono-
kna, Kukulehaclo nnd other Hawaii
poits at 10 o'clock Ihls morning. The
vessel will return to this port with a
cargo ot sugar nnd a deck load of cat
(THE FREIGHT list of the Ameri
can-Hawaiian freighter Alaskan, due
to arrlvo from Now York via Tchiun
tepee, San Francisco and Puget Sound
ports, touny mciuues i-u cases oi gas-
uiiiiB. u..w in...... ui Ui5Himi .. -
luii.uuiicB ilitu hvi'lxi mt.v,
CAPTAIN O. II. Foley, the veteran
whaler master, will lake tho Jeanotto
Into tho Arctic this season, squaring
nway about the mlddlo of May. Tho.
milt, .tiling lulifiln,- In ttn Inln llm A.A. '
tlc this year will bo tho Herman, In
command of Captain Bodflsh.
THE AMERICAN schooner 8. T
Alexander, with n full shipment of
lumber, has been twenty-one days onjtlon the man was held till both tho
inn iiii-ai-iii uni Hum I.UIVIWI. ..iu
tunnvi la mill 11, uiiiu iiuiu uiwni uuj
time with lumber to tho agency of Al
exander & Baldwin.
A SHIPMENT of five thousand
packs of sugar, 0 sacks cocoanutn and
2 automobiles irrlvcd from Kauai
ports by tho Intor-lslnnd steamer W.
G. Hall. Tho vessel Is scheduled to
. - . . . ...
Bail for the Garden Island on 'lhurs-
. il.iv nwnlnir.
THE INTER-ISLAND. steamer Ke-
nuhou Is reported as taking pli a shl-
l menl of sugar nt Koloa according to
n report brought to Honolulu by the'
TAKING twelve hundred tons of
sugar, and a half dozen passengers;
i tho American bark, Androw Welch
j sailed tor San Francisco nt noon to-
(Continued1 from 'Pabr.'!.)" ,
nnd In that cajmclty cxumiuol lljrcq'to set tho hearing for
wllnesses. Jnmcs Pratt, it., W. Brcclt-
011s ami jvinisnnii iieiiury.-wuo torn
tho summons served upon Vasllcff to
appear before the? Grind Jury, rind
vuicn ne 1111 eu 10 uiiHwer. -i r-
Vasllcff himself stntod that?ho' did
not unnorjiunu uiai no was wnnieui
Ati llnii.lAtf nflnvnAnH Ititfr ... nt- Ikftfr !
lin nnnnnrpfl nl tfmt. tlmn nnd nhnn
! t.t.r vsnl.n1l nnn aam ,t ihn niu.
(rlct Attorney, replied that ho was a
. ... ..
busy man and could not do so, was a
direct contradiction of tho statement
that ho made this morning In ennrju
During tho first jiart of the Int'orj
view lu tho court room and even at tlio
last he was too suro or himself and of
. his Immunity from tiimlshmanl- to 'suit
, the nfllelnls. nn.l nvorf nfter hn vn
owlercd dlschargod by tho court ho
turned' around In' a haughty Way and
inmilrrd why' ho was arrested yestcr-'I
The court explained to him that ho
was taken Into custody as ho fQlIed
loianswcr ine summons iu nppear uo
roro tun grand jury, nnu that If in tho tor aan Francisco on April 14, and
future ho over fulled to obey on order, cleared tho Philippine, quarantine sta
of the court tbnt ho would bo In sert-. tlon at Marlveles tho following day, Ih
ous trouble. 1 expectod "will arrive ot Honolulu on
Upon this being translated to him or about May 5, The transport Is
omphatca)ly by iho court. Interpreter,, bringing casuals, thero being no rcg
Vnsllcfl's liniightl-csa dropped from I ulaf organization in transit,
him In a measuro'and ho left tho ourt I J. P. WALD, went out on tho Pacific
room In a moro humblo spirit than that Mall liner Siberia as wireless operator.
n which he entered It,
t jt g probablo that
nmnnc his followers
l will. no back and tell
tod big a personage to be h)ld In cus -
,. 1 .
; . 1 1
1 ARRivEO f.lt DCPARTED
Wednesday. Anrfl it
Knual ports W. (I. Hall, stmr., n. m.
" " 1
VE89EL3 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Hosebank, Br. stmr.
'Wednetdsy, April 27.
hnuna uruz. via aan i rancmcu uuu
Sejttlo laskan, A.-H, h. S.
ports - Manshu
Mam. Jan. stmr.
Thursday, April 28.
I Hawaii and Maul iwrts Claudlnc.
Friday, April 29.
Ci'A. H. S,
Victoria and Vancouvor Mnrama,
ivuna nnu inn iurm mmum iaiu
Saturday, April 30.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kca,
stmr. . i
Per stmr. W. a. Hall, from Kauai
ports. Mrs. Deverlll, Hov. Jl. K, Na-
; . - . -n.nn , ,
Ln "' " ''
H.a.MsMa i im
Por Itnt Mniinn T-ii trtr Ifnnt nml
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'""i iwrm. iuy u. r. iit, miw
(Continued from Pace 1.)
Mullck had made sevo al attempts
to go nboard the ship, but the man
at tha gangway stopped hlin. 11
then started talking' to h cojplo of
' supposed members of tho crew of the
ship, nnd they ndvlsed him td cllrjb
up the bow nnd then take off his
cent and pretend that he wai work
ing on board the boat.
Mullck- tool; the ndvlce And got'Oti
board unobserved b)' nnjone but the
men who told him hotv to board tin
ship. However, ns the man wai
swlftlni- rhnllin nml rnnra from nno
gldB ot the dock to the other, rthf
men who had showed him the trick
appeared on the scene and, Just at
Mullck started to thank Hum, one ol
tho pair remarked: "Well, you had
hotter come ashore now, bo; they
. ... ...
want you down lit the Kllce stn-
It was n crestfallen min who
walked dawn tho street lu company
with Mlnuevtllo. At the police eta-
aierra nlld villieiml)ia bail nailed
and then ho was turned ndr'ft. To
morrow lie mny bo arnstcd arul
charged with vagrancy, anl then
given ("week's time o get out of
tho country. The law works In n
strongs fashion sometimes, and it
mjght havo been better fur every-
oony ii mumci; nan ueen ni oweu to
' ' J : m-
'"' HONORED UY SALUTE.
Thq funeral of It. I. Gllllland. Jr.,
which took nlaee ffoni Williams' tin.
dcrtaklng Parlors )ostrdiy afternoon
I was attended by a souai from Conv
1 nany A. N. O. JL. who honored tho
departed with n volley across thu
Tho pallbearers werq ,f. A. Doml
nlB, Harfy Holt, Albert S-nythe. Sam
uel White, Mr. Lempke an 1 John Me)
er, 11 .
Two additional papers were (lied
In tho nulottng title case Kckoa Vs.
I Itoblntou this aft'ofpooh. A motion
ant's demurrer being filed by tho
.piulnllffs, tho ddto was set by the
..., na ., OI1 .., mnrnl' of
April 30, before Judg Whitney,
A Joinder In demurrer wa (lied
by the plalr.tlffs, Btatlng that tho
declarations nud matters In the
amended complaint vyro sudlclcnt
in inw, nnu praying for the dismiss-
nl of .Ul "emurrer of the defend
finis w Virtn4 nnata
ants without costs.
In thq circuit court this afternoon
Judge Robinson set tho feo of Judd
,nnd Curr in tho matter of tho'enard.
jluiitjhlp of Mulukai Moolau end' Kcno
Moolau as 100 and' ordered that this
I nmount ho tmld frnm tho nalnln
An ubsnliitn illvn'rrn ni irrnntn.i tn
- . Kudo Toya from Suye Toya todoy by
Judge Boblnfonj the grounds 'fpr tho
decreolielng that tho wlfo had wilful.
ly deserted tho husband.
THE UNITED STATES nrmy trans
port Iigan whlchtsailcd from Manila
Bbln Edward Scwall nt Hlln wlili s.ii-
l ballast Is reported through the local)
hmnA if ih. M.,i,..w. n..i.
.u,u v. ,. ynuuuu wwiauKu.
.- . ... .v.v.uuiot.Aviauiju.
1 1110 oiourui nnu ueen equipped with a ban UIUUU Ai-rlvi d Anrli 27- B a
to savo his fneo wireless plant, which Is said to bo tho . Virginian, from Sallwi Cruz 445'
In tho ennin ho most tiownrfiil nn nnvtlilnfy nfin.. 4 IinMnriiiT a.n., .'.'., . .rfii.
Ihem that .thai irrHn-,ArtniVAr. nf n.n A,M..mi rlnl f..o. TiS.Ci,7!- ".' JS!fl,l"
Tnesitnv. Anrli 21!.
Knual iiorls Klnnu, stmr., G p. m.
Maul nnd Moloknl ports Mlkahnln,
stmr., G p. m.
JCntlnl ports Noacu, stmr., G p. m.
Knual ports Nllhau, stmr., G p. m.
' Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C. A. B. 8., 9 p. m.
Wednesday, April 26.
San FranclBco Wllliolmlnn, M. N.
8. Si, 10 n. m.
San t'rancJstti-Slerrn O. 8. 8., JO
Snn Francisco Andrew Welch, Am.
VE8SELS TO DEPART
Friday, April 29,
Australian ports via Suva Marama,
C. A. S. S.
Saturday, April 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Mnnshu
Maru, Jap, stmr.
Monday, May 2. i
Japnn ports nnd Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. S. 8.
Saturday, May 7.
San Frsanclsco Mongolia, P,
-Tuesday, May 10.
8an Francisco Lurllno, M. N. 8. 8.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Chi) o
Maru, T. K. K. S. S.
Saturday, May 14.
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. K.
K, 8 S.
i' PASSENGERS OEPARTED -
Per M. N. 8. S. Wllholnifnn for San
Francisco, April 27 Mrs. M. M. Mooro
aud chljd, Miss Mooro, Mrs. F. Lysor
and 2 children, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II.
Tnrlelon and children, Dr. J. Beattle,
J. B. Kendall, Mrs. W. W. Chllholm,
Mrs. Beattle, Mrs. V, B. Angus, Miss
K. A. Stone, Mrs. P. M. Blako. Mr. and
Mrs. E. O. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Thummcll, Mrs. Florence Banham,
Miss A. 3. Parker, Mlrs Dlotz, Miss
T. Blackburn, Miss Belle Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs, T. F, Williams, Mrs. T. C.
Smith and child, Mrs. O. B .William.
Master Williams, Miss Graco Cookh,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. AloxanJcr, T. .
Clarke. 8. O. Wilder, Mrs. Zeavo, Mrs.
J. M. Levy. Miss P. G. Roberts, jlrs.
1,. u. i,a i-icrre, miss ai. ticnnon, 8.
D. Barlow, It. D. King, Mrs. J. J.
Carey. Mrs. C. B, Hofgaard, G. II. An
gus, Mrs. O. II. Angus. E A. Davis,
W. C. Parke. Mr. and MrC Chas Oh
mer, Mrs.'Sj,0. Wilder, MrsiA. T. At
kinson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Wilder.
Mrs. O. P. Castle, Mrs. M E. TenncV.
Mrs. N. E. Jordan, Mrs. O. Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Waldron. Miss F.
M. Dayfoot. Mrs. J. B. Dayfoot, Mr.
and M.-s. O. Peavey, Mr. C. -H. Walt,
Mr. E. D. Lufkln. Mrs. 8. A. BJchard
son, Miss A. Thompson. Mrs. a Gelb,
Mr. J. McClean, Mis. II. Deas. Mrs.
L. Smlth-IIJorth, Mrs. Jacson nnd mo
ther. Mr. C. Averdam, Mr. E. C. Burk
hardt, E. J. Waller, Mrs. II. Meyer,
IL P. Fajo and family, .Mr. Poultney
Blgelow, Mr. B. Ilruhn, Mr. and Mrs.
Carpenter. Miss J. Centon
Per 0. S. 8 Sierra, for San Francis
co, April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Stark, D.
D. Shumwoy, Mrs. Shumwny, Miss Tk
T. Fullaway. Miss I,cwlB, A. C. SpoM
er, F. L. Hoogs, Cnpt, and Mrs. A. E.
Knight, Mrs. It. Reynolds, P. Mmzer,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lyon, Miss A.
Thompson. Miss A. C. Kinney, Mr. and
Mrs. CrW .Pendleton, n D. King. D.
M. Warner, Mrs. Warner, A. II. Popo.
W. J. Schultz, Mr. Schnltz j. h.
Ellis Chas. V. Howard, C. C. L, Mom
medlcu. Mrs. II. Meyer, Mrs. T. E.
Wall, Mrs. J. E. Mervlu, J, Flannlgnn,
Mrs. It. II. Plotnor, Mr. Dodd, A. Her
bert, Mfs. Bentlcy; J. II. McKlnnon, M.
Dayfoot, Miss Dayfoot Mrs. A. V.
Babbldgo, Mrs'. O. H. Humphrey, Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. J. Bchullz. Miss Scott,
Mrs. M. M. Scott, Mrs. W. 0. Bailey,
Mr. and Mrs. E.1'0, Perrlno, N ,D.
Collins. Mrs. J. Cunha, Mrs Allco Frel
tas. Miss S. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. T. It.
Woodbrldge, Miss M. Blggnrf, J, J.
Sullivan. C. A. Bruns. B. T. Bromfleld.
Mrs. E, Wood.'A. K. Viorra, Mrs. May
er. D. Stead Wm! C, Lion, E. Hart.
W. W. Klrkland, Mrs. A. McDowall.
Mrs. A. Rodgors, Mr. und Mrs. Soalo,
L. Munsnn. 1
Per stmr Mauna Kea for Hllo 'and
way ports Major Wellls, Sam Parker
Jr..' C. Waldoycr, Mrs. Wnldeyor. N. J.
Schullenbcrger, C. W. Ashford. J. Har
ris McKenzIo, Rcv H. P. Judd, Mrs.
Judd! Mrs. II, It. Bryant. Hugo Frear.
Adam Lindsay, W. n, Shlpman, Carl
Smith, A, Horner, M. Orqsted.'a, II.
Classen. Mrs, Classen; A. Moson Jos.
F. Taylor, n. Hnrd, W. H.'Oreen'well
J. A. Magulro, P. N. Payno. Geo. Ollib.
MIrs aibb. ' ' '
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. for Koqa and
Knu ports. April 20. J. Golstcln, It.
Dickson. M. Cdwloy. Bishop Llobort,
V. 0. Franklin, Mi's. Franklin, MISJ
Lloyd Mrsl Mursberg, D,1 Pie. ' ' '
I'. Qrawford, II. Crawford. 1 I
Per stmr Claudlno fqr HnWnll, nnd
Maul ports", April 20 Miss IMIUi Mcl
,er. Miss E, F. Misty ,
1 Per stmr Mlkahala for Mdut owl
Molokal portB, April 20 J, p. o
Per sfmr Klnau for Kauai ports. Anr
2C-M. Jongenoll. ' '
IN FOREIGN PORT'
Wednesday, April 27.
SAN FRANCISCO-SalJed April 20 5
p. m.: 8. 8, Macchnrla, for Hono
SAN FRANqiSCO-Arrlvod April 21:
Bktno. Coronado, hence April 0.
SAN FltANCISCp-ArrlVcl April 2t
Bch. II. C. Wright, from Jlana Apt'l
YOKOHAMA Sailed April 27: 8. S.
.-uuiigiiun. ior hoi olulu.
M-"For Rent" -rf. . .,1. ,
.LTT.. ..r "?'u 5JI " 8'e l
ine uuiieun omee.
ine uuiieijn ottice,