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RLl EVenINo flULLEtlN. ttdMOLtiLO. T. tt.. THURSDAY, APR. 28, 1910. .
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$ All visiting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot locai lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
ot K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 5r" a.."
:ncnuiAL AVSIAIIUrl. ciations cor
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall. Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU IQDQE, No, 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frl
dsyievcnlng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla.
brothers cordially lnvltod to attend
V WM. JONES, c. a
O. r HEINE, K. II. S
HONOLULU L0DOE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Stroot, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Drothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
rt'JAS. I) DOUGHERTY, E. 11.
OEO. T KLUEdEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mtets every flrst and third Thurs:
dayB ot each month at Knights oil!
rytmas null, visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
P. UIOQINB, Sachem.
E. V. TODO, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY CAcmlnga ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Incited to at
tood.. W. R. RILEY, XV. P.
WM, C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
j K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and Ith Saturday
opening nt 7 30 o'clock In IC. ot P.
"Hall, cor. Port and Deretanla. Visit-
,lni;.brolliora cordially Invited to at
("H, A. TAYLOR, C. C.
LE. A. JACODSON, K, R. S.
"Vopue" papers represent a
new ori'cr of thJncs decora-
y-hve. lliey are designed and
colored to make proper set-
''tings for furnishings and to
produce richer and better cf-
ftfects than have ever been
"obtained with wall papers.
See the beautiful samples in
' Jur show room.
" Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO STREET
TUB HOUSE has passed a bill pro
viding that a steam vessel "operated
upon a regularly established lino fru'ii
n point ot tho United States to n
point In a forclpi country not contp
guous to tho Unit I States, whoso cor
tlflcato of Inspection expires at Bea or
whllfi the oo;el Is In a foreign .port. '
orfwport of the Philippine hlsndi or
Hawaii, may lawfully complete her
voJTTgo without he regular 01 tempor
nry.ccrtlflcato." No penalty Is to at
tach until tho voyago Is completed,
The mensuro Is ln,pnrtniit In trans
pacific shipping, whero n fnw 1 1 ab
sent for two months or more on n
single, wage, and the annual Inipec
tlnug,:iiave often boon a. matter of
serious announce. . '
1 """"' " BAGGAGE , ehinhnff
tfcKJV ,p"J D's Bn'o of hlto Roods commences C J II II II H IL XL XL il Cv
MM 3Z3r "Er'BiiCPwwtt ! fill
AT THE YOONC
Tuetday, April 28.
A. n XV Todd, Wnlallo: Miss A. C.
Kinney, Knhukti; A, XV Eamcs, Wa.
hlawa, J II Williams. San Francisco;
bmiiiiMi, t, l.llllica. ni
II. T. Ilromnplil. HI Michael. Alnakn'
Dr C. P
Roberts and wlct. New York
AT THU HAWAIIAN
Tuesday, April 26,
Mrs XV II Itudda,
Yoiihg man wanted for
house Sec ilnsslfled ads
Tho values Jordan's will
white goods next wtck will bo extrit'
i-iuni nuns too uaigain in wasn day exercises rrom 12:30 to 2 p. m.,
suits and llngcrks at Whitney & which will consist of crowning tho
Marsh's on Monday. May riuecn nnd of dancing by tho pu-
Watch for Yeo Chan & Co.'h ad to- pis of tho school,
morrow A big salo Is starling Great In tho Federal court this morning
reductions In nil lines. Haga, a Japancso was arraigned char
Material for graduation drcspps can cd with placing unmallablo matter In
be bought at a nalng at Jordan's tho United States malls. Tho accused
whlto goods snlo next week. pleaded not guilty to tho chargo
Atitomoblllsts, attention! Schuman brought against him, nnd tho court
Carriage Co. hive on hnnd nt all times set May C as tho day for his trial.
H full supply of rrest-O Loto tanks. I Slnco 11:30 today tho Federal
See John Nott. tho Pioneer Plumber, !jry hna been out trying to reach
H!lnllMlndh.0f,1"!"i,b,l"t:i,,"V,"l;8nl"h,1 ordlcl In the cao of Leon Nlng.
Ing. Merchant street near Aloken. i . , ... ... . .... .....
Cows for salt), fresh family milch
Vlsltlng-fcowv"klnil and gentle,
intio, imported or
Island. Tel. 109. Club Stables. 1128
Fort Btrcet. I
Shcrctto Confection Mulls nnd
other now whlto materials on Bpcclal
salo noxt week nt Jordan's. I
Tho after dinner cup should be made
from May's Old Konn corfco. This Is
tho bost coffeo on tho market. Henry,
May & Co., phono 22.
act a good lens for your camera If:
you would havo a right to expect good
rusuiia. iiumuiiiu rnuio ouupiy w.
carry the flocrz, Zeiss Tc8K.tr and Dull-
mcjcr In stock nnd will order any oth
cr mako for oti.
Charles K. Notlcy, Dclcgato to Con
D, Kalauoknlanl Sr., Ma) or.
At the meeting of tho oxccutlvo '
coranilttcoiLof tho Homo Rulo party
which woffbottl recently, tho nbmo
names were endorsed for tho positions!
which appeared above
According to one of the Homo Kuio
leaders, theso gentlemen havo express-
cd their willingness to take up the
fight at the. coming campaign. Other
names wero nlso considered nt tho
mcotlngh but ns nothing definite haB
been rcachod. tho Informant refused to
give out their names.
lffAfllilnt Knllov nf ttm Itnmn Tlllto
party will remain hi Honolulu much
lnni-cr thnn lio linil nt flrst cxncctcd
CITY AND COUNTY
Out of respect for Mrs. Fern, wlfej
ot Major Joseph J. Fern, who died
this morning, tho arlous city andt
county offices wero closed at noon'
Tho Hoard of Supervisors met In.
session at 12 o'clock and through a
resolution ordored the city offices to
rcnfaln closed until tomorrow morn
ing. BV'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Discount 8,ale On
GIRLS! smart garments forsumr'
mer wear; for girls, from .4
to l;4 years will be on sale fpr this
week at 25 per cent discount.
, This sale coin prices' garments ot
Gingham, Galatea, Percale and 'Lawn.
SLli WINDOW DISPLAY
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
Rig salo of whlto goods commences
on ..Monday nt Jordan's.
Telcpbono 03 to hnvo Laundry
called for nnd delivered quick.
7-Soatcd Auto far hire. Phono 199
James Rnkcr. Young Hotel Stand.
Applejack like they inako on the
farm. Lcllhoad and Woodward. Phono
Call on Mlko Paton at (he Cncoro
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered tioussonus nnd fancy
needlework. Mri. II. Hell, 162 Hotel
If joii want a good job dono on an
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uH.uwi, n,ii.,i jt nnui 11II,IU IL'IIDU'
ment. o will get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
All of the kindergarten departments
of tho public schools plan a regular
Mnv ilnv rololirnftnn u Iffi llio Haunt
appropilato exercises for tho oent.
The relclirated Moses Kokl cisos
which hao been beforo the Federal
court ror some tlmo lme now been
continued until tho October term of
1 Mr and Mrs. Henry Afong expect
to lcnn for flip coast on tho Mon
golia. They will tnko their auto with
them for utp on tho coast. New York
will bo Waited beforo thoy return.
Call nt the fliow rooms unri get
tncnty-flvo Orccn Stamps free. Every-
thing' In the show room Is freo foi
Orccn Stnmps. Call today or any day
Deretanla oppoilto Flro Station
April 29 the central primary school
of Honolulu will hold Impromptu May
".-."' ,y.b, dd.....k
"" " tj nuuunij ui
opium. Tho trial has been on Blnce
Monday nnd m.lshcd this morning.
At tho hour of colnn tn urcss the
jur.. wn8 sjj out
t'n.i..n. r ...iin,i i.i m.i
I'1'aiuet I' "t and today filed
n Petition asking to bo appointed tho
administratrix of tho estate of her
ton, Richard 1,, Jr., who died Inter
Into at Walanuc. Oahu. on Anrll 24.
The cgttlte u B,atcU ,0 coian nfe
i,v. ii.. r unnn ...111. .1..
Sun Llfo Assuranco Company of
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 27, 1910,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
J. E. Johnson to J, Llghtfoot CM
Manuel do M, Calhan and wf to J, J.
Wn,0Irho" &l'o to Kallhl Taro
& Land Co. Ltd. ...-.1 D
John Hapn and wt to Honolulu Plant
Co .".... D
Entered for Record April 28, 1910,
from a:su a. m. to 10:30 a. m
James L. Coko and wf to Frank
Bommcnoia ....... .........h....u
ch"rch D.ot .Jos.UB, cii,ri1 ?f LaUcr
',.,, "'.""' " r l" """ u
CocKett ' .;,"'..' ",
Tokunaga to A. II. Sylva Jr ......DS
A. 11. by ha Jr to Kamcya Toku-
Jhn Kallno and wf to Manuel 8.
Aiitonl Sylvu und wf to Manuel do
Kcalu (w) to Manuel do Rcgo D
riAvtfl W nnttfitirttt on. I wf fr Hfra
Lucy Kalt (widow) to Teresa O.
Theresa O, Delllveau and hBU to Ru-
na'Dallesa and hsb .1 ?...D
jgy""-1-'"" " rnlmm
1 5 roward for tho, return ot Bcveral
envelopes containing, private pa
pors. Lost during the fire In or
near tho Majestlo Hotel. II.. W.
, tw liLslJislslrf
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
0RFHEUH DESTROYED 1
AND LIVES LNDAN3ERED
(Continued from Taee 1.)
Biuicnieni is as ioiiuwb; i ii-uicu
-l-i- ' i - - -.. . '..( .tl.A.l
to bed early In tho evening, and
about 4 o'clock this morning 1 was Tho Sachs block Is owned by C. '
awakened by a scratching sort of M. Cooke, Ltd., which concern car
nolto that I, at first, attributed to rles Its own Inutrancc. Tho build
rats In tho celling. The noise, how-. Ing was Insured outsldo before being
ever, beenmo so loud that I sat up'
In bed, and the noxt moment saw
flames coming through the transom
oor my bedroom door. Thcro Is a
hallway outside of my room, and aft
er throwing on a coat and pair of
pants, I dashed out nnd was at onco
In a mass of flames. However, I
made my way to tho stairway and
reached tho street safely,. I lost
ever) thing except what I stand up In
and hac no hope of recovering any
thing." Almost Caught.
William Hooper, who also room
ed In tho house, had n narrow es
cape, as when, ho woka un ha found
tho hallway blocked with flames. Ho.'hat tho
lumned ihrouch a window Intn thoi
narrow lano between tho Orphoum
nnd .Mjrtlo blocks, nnd although ha
lost nil his musical Instruments and
clothing, he Is happy nt hnlng saved
J. Rodrlnues. another roomer, also
had n narrow cs:ape. ns when he
swoko ho found his room like n fur-l
nacc. Ho dived through a window
onto Fort street, and, grnbblng tho
telephone wires, managed to mako
his way to the ground. Rodrlaues
and a couplo of other men then pro-
Kurn.i n in.i.tn.. nn.t ..innim. w ....
ngnlnst the wall of the building, cn-
ablcd three othor persons to escape
from the burning house.
Tho rooming house, which was
owned by J. Vcnhulicn, was full of,
roomers, and romo thirty persons
were domiciled there latt night. Tho
owner was on board n dredger In tho
harbor, nnd ho stated this morning
that he had arisen nt hnlf-patt throo
o'clock In order to see the comet nnd
that whllo watching tho heavenly
visitor he suddenly noticed tho glaio
of n Are up town. Vcnhulicn
thought that tho flro,, must bo near
his plnce, and hurrjlng up Fort
street had his worst suspicions rcal
Itcd. Alarmed by Flames.
W. Macrao, who wn managing the
rooming house, did t.ot nwako till
ho heard tho' flames roaring over
his head. He tseaped In his night
robes and has lost all his belong
ings. Mary Kcolakal,. who occupied
tho end room ot tho building, re
ported to tho police that she had
lost $600 In rash and several articles
6f Jewelry. Chief McDufflo searched
tho ruins ot the room and succeeded
In finding a watch and thrco pins.
No slgt,s ot tho coin were found, and
tho probabilities are that tho box
containing tho j.oney has been burnt
and tho cash burled under tho re
mains of tho roof and flooring of the
Tho heul of the lire was intense,
and tho Bteeple of the Chinese church
opposite the block was budly blister
ed and burnt. The cottago occupied
by J. Silva, whkh Is at tho back of
the thoater, was also scorched, but
a stream of water from the hose pre
vented It from catching fire.
Venhuizen's property was not In
sured,' and he estimates his loss at
$1800. All the contents of the
rooming house were completely do
strojed, and when tile floor and root
fell in, tho remains ot everything
Three stores that wero situated bo
low the rooming part of the build
ing were completely gutted and
everything save a few toys destroyr
cd. Tho Oahu Ico Cream Parlor Is a
total loss, uuil tho clothes cleaning
establishment ulongsldo ha ulso
gone up In tmoke. Doth businesses
were conducted by Uarney Atvood,
and his Joes Is a heavy one. Tho
third store was occupied by a Jap
anese Junk dealer, and his whole
properly has gone up In smoke.
Pulled Walls Down.
1 As. noon us the; fire chief saw that
the outer vyallu wqre (ottering, he
ordored that they bu thrown down.
This was done und all danger from
falling debris avoided. Tho tele
phone wires suffered, but a corps of
men were hard at work all the morn.
ing Terming tno system.
It Is thought wonderful that no
Uvea wero lost, us most of the room
ers were asleep ut the time ot the
loiltbrcak, and there was only a short
time in which to escape from th'e
j Tho Myrtlo block 'and the Sachs
minding had a very narrow escape,
and had u high wind been blowing
nothing could have been dono to
sae the two places. As It was,
damage to tho amount ot over S1Q00
Is estimated to hno been dnno tn
tho Sachs blo-k.
Tho Qrpheum Theater, vhch Is
under leaso to Jool Cohen, was ut
terly destroyed. The building be-
lsed to the Oermanla Bavlngs Unnk
f San Frauclsco. A cable telling ot
tho disaster has been sent to tho
ban,t people, nnd the matter of In -
..M.. ...III 1.- I ..- t ,..
ouiniivv win uo luiiriieu wneii a rt?piy 1
.llh Jinn llinuiLI UUIOIUU UriUlt Ulllf,
purchased by C. M. Cooke, Ltd., nnd'
the damage done the l ock will be
paid after adjustment by tho Insur
Origin a Mystery.
uuer tisveiopiiicnia seem 10 point
to tho fact that tho fire started on
tho upper floor of the rooming hotte,
tncar the back ot the stage, nnd
spread with great rapidity through
tho upper portions of the bedrooms.
It has been surmised that some care
less person may havo thrown a match
down In tho toilet and In that way
started tho blnrc. Another theory
Is that tho electric light wires are
responsible for tho conflagration nnd
fire first started In tho
Acting Chief Dccring sas that the
lire spread nt a great rnto of speed, Navy Meyer plan to send tho greatest
nnd that oven when tho engines gotlhattleshlp fleet oyer assembled around
to work, tho saving of the block wns
Impossible. Tho whole placo
llko tinder and much Inflammable
material w.ts spread
Many of the itomers, escaped In
their nightshirts, nnd rovcral small
children complained of the cold when
waiting on tho Btrcet for their par -
onts tn rind soma sliPllcr for them.
Charlie Lamfjert, ownor of the Or-
pneum oaioon, urrncu on tno sceno
early. Ills Chlncso boy had sum-
nioitcd him by nutomobllo, as It wns
thought that the Myrtlo b'ock would
Lambert and his ncslst-
ant, Fred Smith, assisted tho homo
less people ns well as they could,
and other person's gnvo coitB and
sklrta to tho naked ones.
The Orphctim flio will go down In
history as tho largest for many
j cars, nnd II would cmphnslzo tho
danger that arises from neglect of
ordinary precautions an tho part ol
either the roomers or romcono olso
Will" Prcstlgo, who Is Joo Cohen's
away on thcCoasV; lost' evening ho
representative, wnilo tlio manager Is
had nt tho thoater and feels very
I down hearted. Prcstlgo estimates (ha
hi" of tho thoatrlcal properties, two
plnnos. fittings, sconory. nnd n hun
tired othor things, ns well on to Iho
This afternoon tho firemen tinder
tho orders ot Acting Chief Dccring,
nro demolishing tho remaining portion
of thn walls of tho building. A largo
crowd of spectators Is watching the
work which Is attended with a llttlo
in Ik. m.u.. - i..,.. .i,Jtno railway wharf. This particular
In the matter of Insurance, tho,, , , , , ..
' I rilbAti urlll wt ilnniiriiln Inn ttimirn.
Sachs block sustained nbout SI 500
damago on tho building and J500
to the furniture Thhi Is covered by
Insurance. Tho Junk store, tun by
n Japanese named Iklto, Is a total
loss, estimated at 12000; the Ico
crenni parlor and clothes cleaning
establishment owned by Harney At
wood aro up ngalnBt It for nbout
$1600. Thoro Is no Insuranco on
tho two latter establishments,
On nccount of tho Illness of District
Attorney R. W. Rreckons there was
no Bosslon of tho Federal 'drand Jury
Mr. nreckoits is confined to Ills bod
With tho kneo which has boon troub
ling him recently und he asked that
tho Jury be dismissed until next Mon
day mornlnjr, which was dono,
' m mm
In tho caso of William R. Castlo,
piainuu, against 11. T. Marsh and John
Ummcluth, defendants, tho plaintiff
filed a motion this morning to sot tho
dato for trial. Judgo Whitney named
Saturday morning noxt at ulno o'clock
as the time to hear tho caso.
Tho case, Is four jcurs old now, tho
first action for tho payment ot S3.2G2.
86 by tho defendants having buen
brought Juno 6, 1906. This umount
was nllegcd to bo due on a Unto of
$12 .100 executed by tho defendants 011
Jul) 15, 1899, and vhlct was to run
for six months Iron;, tlato. ,
Elsla M. Wundcnborg, administratrix
for tho estate or Frederick. Wundcn
borg, filed a petition In probato this
morning praying for tho allowing of
the final 'accounting, distribution of tho
estate and her dlschargo as ndinlula
tralrlx, Sho asks for S2G.372.10 and
msiiua lu uu cuurKUII wn 2U,DSU.f ti.
no.7' .-?. j"sj. i?
nuostod would bo hold.;
tan editorial room.-Qftn hurt
.w.' .-"-. 19M -.
1 aiU BUOI
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
1' . ifi.ito 1 - --, ,i,umr-ui.
VE88EL6 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va, Roscbank, Dr. stmr.
South American ports ManBhit
'1UUIU. Jltl BI1IU.
' e-j.. a--i 90
. ..-,,., . ,
Victoria and A'ancoinor Marama,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Kona nnd Knti ports Mnuna Iioa,
n-a I... A. .11 in
OfltUTUa, (JIII V.
llllo via way ports Mauna
LARGEST FLEET TO
Taft Ak Secretary Of
Chicago, April 10. A special to tho
Tribune from Wnivhlngton ss:
President Talt and Secretary of tho
Thn MrmTrnni will lineomn oneratlin
...... , ,.. , -- nn,i ... inin thn
,,ani, hno culminated nnd tho
mi over ine.ncct w III lioc n tho inn wnicn win
0orshndow that which tho 16 battlo-
ship floct mado nt.'tho closo ot tho
If Congress allows tho administra
tion a free, hnnd, there will ho a fleet
on tho Pacific larger thnn' tho entire
morcnn nect at tho time of tho
TOOK TO WATER
WUHI OF JAIL
Ono Olc Olcson, who has mado tho
welkin ring forth right blbulously
In tho classic halls ot the police sta
tion on occasions too numerous to
fie correctly enrolled tipoi. Judgo An
drado's card Index s)Btcm, was haul
ed Into the police tolls InBt even
ing upon tho regulation ihargo of
bison clnlma to luno at sundry
times In his career followed tho eea.
He mado n Btiong plea against fur-
j ' J!? ' ' " '
shake tho lava dust of Hawaii net
from his feot If permitted to do so,
The good s'.tlp John Etui was sail
ing from Honolulu this morning for
n long flvo-month passage around
tho bleak nnd rncltbmind fastness of
Capo Horn, to Philadelphia, nnd Ol
reu declared to the police that ho
could connect with this ship.
He wns placed aboard Just before
tho John Kna cast un her lines from
Oltcn will not decoruto tho mourn
crs' bench In municipal court for
somo tlmo to come, at lenst, unless
tho John l'na mako n record-break
Ing tound trlpi to the. Islands.
TAKADANA WAS A '
, Takadaua, a Japanese, who tickles
the boII out Mano.i Valley way, and.
Incidentally, leads tho llfo of an ng.
rlculttirist or tmaJl farmer, declared
beforo Judgo Andrado nud the as.
'semblcd officers nt tho police court
this morning that, despite tho fact
that ho had resided In Honolulu for
over thrco years, ho could not swenr
or etcn speak In tho English lan
A twclvo-ycar-old lad named Don
aid Drown tcst(Ilcd that he had mot
the Japanese on Maunn Loa road on
Sunday nftcri.oon. Doth parties were
on horseback. Tho joungstor declar
ed that tho Japanese attempted to
run him down nnd when ho failed
to unhorse him employed a woll-ac
ccntuated and torrid strlug ot vltu
peratlon and cuss words to properly
vent his spleeri.
Tnkadana wns found guilty desplto
his posit I yo denial, and the court be
Moved that ten dollars and costB
would materially assist In spreading
tho healing balm to the Injured
JFf 10 UNH
K, Mateumoto, king of nil thq Jap
anese contractors and Frederick Red
axtA, a well knojvn contractor of this
city nro scheduled to loavo for Japan
shortly on a business and pleasure
trip. They will be absent from Ha
waii a few months, returning some
time In August this year.
Although It was roporttd this morn
ing that tho two contractors aro going
to Japan on a contract business, this
was denied ny Mr. Taknno, the book.
VKminr nf Ihn Hnnll ' ti.n 7.
zztfisssLSS r a
" $ ' ,. , Mr
' """" " ,.-"",f.iu: orH ' "-IVel UUtt
nnn vlalllnir nil ihn n.lnni.i ,.- .
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iwiwivniui h (iivsi tku iiDuiinv ri "i 1 1 1
od by the tourists.
Friday, April Z9.'
Australian ports via Suva Marnmn,
0. A. S.,8.
Hawaii nnd Jiaui itorts lauuine.
Saturday, April au.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Manshu
Mam, Jap. stmr.
Per stmr. Claudlno, from Matt!
ports II. Dow, Mrs. Dow, Wi F.
Poguo, K. U. Friclo, A. II. Salvo, Miss
8. Aklna, Capt. D. D. Pcnhallow. Mrs.
Pcnhallow, R. P. Quarles, II. S. linger
up, Mrs. II. B. Cooke M. R. Mcdcrlos,
II. IC Smith, A. M. Fcllcrln, Mrs,. Hick
ey, M. F, Prosscr, F. E. Haroy, Wui.
Per stmr. Claudlno for Hawaii an 1 1
Maul portB, April 2S. Miss Fdlth
Meier, Miss Ii F. Mist.
Per stmr. Maunn Lon, for Konn nnd
Knit ports, May 10. IV Pock, MM
1 .JTZZTZ "
TUB rAUIMU maiij liner mnBoii
has sailed from Yokohama nnd tho vofl-
sol Is due to arrive hero on or nuotit
Mnv?th with socntecn hundred ton?
of Oriental freight and tho vessel hn
room for about twenty passengers. At
tho ngonry of II, llaokfold and. Com
pany thcro nro nearly ono hundred
prospective passengers hooked by this
popular vessel. "Tho Mongolia will
conic along sldo tho now Alakca Btrcc
II. HACKFKLD & CO.. tho local
roprt'Fcntatlvos for tho Pacific Mall
liner Manchuria, havo been ntUlwtl
(lint, tho vcsboI sailed from Sim lrnu
rlsco for Honolulu, .lapin roils nnd
Hongkong nt 5 oclock on tho evening
of April 26. Tho Manchurll mny brim:
down rjtilto n delegation of passengers
among whom will bo a fow tourlnU.
THE WEATHER along tho Maul nnd
llnwall ports of call of tho steamer
Claudlno was reported ns flno nnd loft
but llttlo to bo desired. Tho Inter
Island steamer returned IhU morning
bringing CO cords wood 30 Backs corn.
94 sacks potatoes, 49 hogs, 28 balO
hides and 141 packages sundries.
A WIRELESS received at the ngencv
of Castle and Cooko agents for thu
Mntson Navigation Btcnmcr Wllliel
mlnn announced that vessel ns 130
miles off tho port at eight o'clock last
evening steaming towards San Fran
cisco through light north cast winds
and smooth seas.
KAHULUI SHIPPINO Includes tlm
following vessels according to n re
port brought to tho imrt by tho Clau
dlno. Tho schooner Admiral M, Turn
er and tho steamship Columbian. ThOBO
vessel woro present thcro on last Wed
nesday. THE 1NTER-I8LAND Bloamcr Clan
dlno'towod tho American ship William
P. Frjo from Kahulul to sea on last
Saturdny. This vessel Is taking a full
shipment ' ougar to Dclawuro Drcak
water by tho way of tho Horn.
PURSER KIDLINQ of tho steamer
Claudlno reports tho bark Irmgard. tho
schooner W. II, Mnrsdcn nnd Dalbo.i
and ship Sowall at llllo on last Mon
day, tho dato of departure of tho Clau
dlno for Honolulu.
A1TER. IIAVINO discharged n gen
eral cargo nt liana. Matil, tho Ameri
can Schooner II. C. Wright Is repotted
to l.avo arrived at Ban Francisco yes
ttuiay after a twenty-one day ttlp tn
thu toast port
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Maul
arrived from Kawulhao thls morning
with a shipment of su,gnr.amoiintlng to
over ten thousand sacks. Tho vessel
also brought 76 head of cattlo,
THE DEPARTURE of tho Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia from Yokohama
bound for Honolulu nnd San Francis
co s reported. Tho vessel sailed from
tho Jnpnncso port jesterday.
THE AMERICAN SCHOONER Dal
boa which left Honolulu soma dayn
ago to load sugar at llllo Is reported
to havo arrived at tho Hawaii port on
F. D DATES, formerly freight clerk
on tho liner China wont otit;as freight
clork on tho Siberia In placo of Kont
Clark who was placed on waiting or
ders. THE I1ARKENTINR Corntmrto niado
iho trip tip to tho coast In .wnnty dayo,
the vossol nrrlvlng ut San Francisco
tm Tuesday with a shipment of stigir.
THE SAILING of tho schnouor Mu
riel from Honolpu,' bound for San
Francisco, la reported.
NATHAN DAVI8. stcerago Bteward
ot tho liner China, died March 17 from
.natural causes and 'was burlol at sea.
t ,. ' ' ,
'CaHtlo & Cooke, the local agents fpr
tho Matson Navigation steamer Lur
line have received further advices con
cerning tho proposed departure ot the
Lurllne from San 'Francisco.
Tho latest advices aro to tho effect
that the Ltirllno will sail -from San
Frnnclsro for Honolulu on Mnyi4. This
delay linn been caused on account of
tho ropalrs being mado upon tho vol-
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l8e on lD.. coaB'
ir 10 inn inm
It Ib tho prosont intention to dis
patch the Bteamer on a return to San'
VE8SEL8 TO DEPART