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I Masonic M l! WE HAV" S
? Weekly Calendar PSggisS
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Kt . MONDAY ER? '"'rftSyiijr. flj
' 7 Oceanic Staled. I
& J TUUUUAV . ,. . .. .
Bfv I AT THE YOUNCt.
ft f SATURDAY
P All visiting mcnibors of the
v " Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of locai lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
uidiuc cuciurroct Members of
KNEFICIAL AWSIATIOR. ciationt cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcet3 overy Monday evening at
7j30 la I. O. O. V. Hall, Fort Street.
U E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
ij II. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
S3, AH visiting brothers very cordially
3AHTJ IQDQE, No. 1, K. of T.
3 Meets overy first and third Frt
uly evening at 7:30 in K. of 1'. Hull,
corner Fort and Derctanla. Visiting
-brothors cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES. C. C.
0. F. HEINE, IC. n. S
HONOLULU IQDQE 610, B. P. 0. E.
F Honolulu Lodgo No. 010, n. P. O.
Elks, meets in their hall, on Klni;
Btreet, near Port, cvory Friday ovon
lng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
. ,, JAS. D. DOUOHEIITY, H. Hi
Ut OEO..T. KI.UEQEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
Jays of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall, Visiting brothers cor
jdlally invited to attend.
P. HIGaiNS, Sachem,
: E. V. TODD, C. of It.
IHONOIUIU AERTE 140. F. 0. E.
j .Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
, J NESDAY cvcnlnga of each month id
J 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
t Beretanla und Fort strcqts.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
: w. n. niLEY, w. p.
WM. O. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINIEY I0DQE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets overy 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing' brothers cordially invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR, 0. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. n. S.
SIX THOUSAND ono hundred sscks
o( sugar have arrived at tho port from
Kona and Kau as part of the freight
brought by tho Inter-Island steamer
iMaun'a Lo.i this morning. Tho vessel'
ulso4 brought, shipments of 81 sacki
cofted, 80 .sacks tnro, 18 sacks ginger,
52 bales tobacco, 47 bunches bananai,
2851. crates pineapples, 20 crates chick
ens', 99 pieces koa lumber, 30 head cat
tlo anil 157 packages sundries. The
weather and o,ih In crossing the chan
riicl wero reiortcd as line.
COAL IS coming out of the United
Btates nrrny transort DIx nt the rate
nf nhniit rnni ItiinHrn.! Inti a Aaxr Tl...
Vessel is discharging a quantity ot Jap
ancse fuel from the Mllkf mines. Thq
vessel, Is expectod to get away for Se
attle on or about Tuesday, Tho DIx
will bo placed out ot commlsiton for
several months, pending extensive re
pairs which will be made on the Sound,
THE AnniVAL of tho Amcrlcan-Ha-wallau
, freighter Novadan on her last
trip under tho auspices of that line Is
reported at San Francisco. Tho No
vadan has been transferred to the Mali
eon Navigation service and will probi
ably continue on the San Francisco
, Honolulu direct run' for the prctent nt
i" least. Tho vessel reached the coa3t
. THUS FAU no sugar has been of-
fertd'tho'smart 1' f'o bark Annie John,
son and that vcL-cl Is laying nt tho
Hackfeld wharf awaiting her cargo Id
bo taken to San Francisco. Tim vcss-.l
Is believed will be supplied with gugir
and ablo to Ret away by the first put,
ot tho coming month,
S, Tilfc A.-H. freighter Arlzonan. en
y-rout'o tolfnnoliilu by tl'io way of .I'(iJrit'
; Bound ports, Iirh arrived at Rcalllo
. from Ban Francisco; Tho vMsel will
';';Ipad "general cargo for the Hawaiian
Thunday, April 28.
Wm.'l'. Fogue, Wnlluku; Mr. and
Mrs. A. Dow, Now York; A. McKlnnou,
Wnlalua; K. Hlyama, City; Mrs. A. K.
Jones, l.cllehua; Mrs, N. 11, Hoyt, Lol
lehua. Tueiday, April 26.
A. E. V. Todd, Wnlnllo; Ming A. C.
Kinney, Knhuku; A. W. Kanics, Wn
hlawn: J. II. U'lllliinn Snn PrnncUrn-
In. T. nromflcld. St. Michael. Alaska:
I Dr. C. 1. Roberts ami valet, Now York
AT THE HAWAIIAN.
Friday, April 29.
1,. S. Aungst. .II6luttoa;
Thompson New Hampshire;
Wedneiday, April 27.
Mrs. W. II. Itodd.i. Queensland.
Tuesday, April 26.
Mrs. W. II, Ilodila, Mtingana,'
Head tlm II u 1 1 o 1 1 n tomorrow
about Jordan's whlto goods salo
Lingerie and waBh suits reduced to
J3.50 at Whitney & Marsh's salu on
Every plcco of whlto goods to be of
fered at Jordan's sale next Mondny U
brand new slock.
Bend your orders for wood and coal
ter Unton-Paelflc Transfer Co., 'phono
68. Finest grad.es of wood and coal
In the city at regular market prlcci.
Prompt delivery assured.
Young men who want to bo correct5
ly dressed, and that Includes nearly all
young men theso days, should soo the
flno new lino of Hart, 8clmrfncr &
Marx clothing at Sllva'8 Toggery, Kins
Twonty-Blx Filipino laborers In
tended for the various sugar planta
tions, who arrived at the port on
.Saturday, last by the Pacific Moll
Hnet-Asla,. will bo released from tho
Federal quarantine station this aft
ernoon. - Tho Filipinos, .together with a
number of Japanese, Chinese unu one
Jjastrlndlan, woro sent to the deter.
tttfn ' s'latlon owing to the presence
of two cases of smallpox on board
the .Asia prior to the arrival of tho
vessel at this port.
Inasmuch us tho cases developed
beforo tho btenmcr reached Yoko
hama, Japan, the patients were sent
ashore at the last port of call In Ja
pan, nf.d the steerage passengers for
Honolulu were subjected to a sliort-
cr de'tentlou' horo'lnf consequence
AN HONEST. DOCTOR
remarked1 to his patient who hail
been cured by Lydla E. Plnkham'H
Vegetable Compound aftor his efJ
forts had-failed', "Mrs. Weber; I do'
not believe hi patent medicines, but.
1 will Bay that Lydla E. PlnUhama
Vcgotnblo Compound 'is tho'bdsl med-
Iclne over discovered for women.
Continue to uso It." This Is an
other llnkMn- the' long-chaln-of evi
dence to prove tho reliability of thU
GIRLS' smart garments for sum
mer wear; for girls, from $
to: 1.4 years Will be on sale' for this'
week at 25 per cent discount
This sale compriccs "garments ot
Gingham, Galatea, Percale and- Lawn.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Fort Street, opp.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tclcphono C03 to havo Laundry
called for and delivered quick.
7-Scated Auto for hire. Phono 109
James natter? Young Hotel Stand.
Applejack llko they make on tho
farm. Lclthcad and Woodward. Phono
Call on Mlko Paton at tho Encoro
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
Embroidered tiousscatis and fancy
needlework. Mrt,, II. Bell, 162 Hotel
If yon want a good Job dono on an
auto or carrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Uarrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 81,
A, W. Carter expects to Icavo for
Hawaii on a business mission by tho
steamer Mauna Koa on next Tuesday.
Visit Jack Ilobcrts at tho Kentucky
Saloon wheh you want liquid refresh
ment. , You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
Call nt thOi show rotuns and, get
twenty-five Green Stamps free. Every
thing In the show room Is freo foi
Green Stamps. Call today or any day.
Beretanla opposlto Fire Station,
In the case of Lcong Nlng beforo the
Federal Court for having In his cus
tody and selling opium, n mistrial was
declared yesterday afternoon. The
Jury went out In tho caso nt 11:30 nnd
nt 3 o'clock In tho afternoon returned
to tho courtroom nnnounclrig a dU
llao And Pedro In Camp
bell Case Say Affidavits
"I never sworo to any affidavit." said
Joo llao when on the witness Bland In
the Campbell-llarkfcld case yesterday
afternoon, "and I mado tho affidavit at
tho request ot Captain Dablo of tho
Aeolus, who told mo that tho caso
would novcr como Into court. He said
that a big company could do more for
mo nnywaythiin n nr man, and on
account, of my family I mado out thu
Such wero somo of tho statements
triaclo by Joe Hao while being cross
examined on the stand yesterday after
noon, nnd he further went back entire
ly on his affidavit nnd the testimony
given in the former trial of tho case;
. Hao was thinking of his family 'when
ho gavo the' former testimony that" the
vnt.n wna n trtwn.tnMi nna nn.1 It, nnnl
condition. He said yesterday that tho
i rope was not sound which was put In
, tho blocks. In tho affidavit ho mado
.V.'W ,.HU ft...bV ...b. W..W ....U ... f.l'W.
previously ho stntcd that tho rope
wbb In good condition and that ho had
shouted to clear the hatch. Also that
when the ro'po "Kllppcd" that Campbell
was 'standing under tho open hatch.
I where be hail no business to bo nnd
' that It 'was his own fault that ho got
This whole testimony wbh contra
dicted by lino yesterday us was thut
ot Tom Pedro, who mado an affidavit
to similar facts previously, on October
4. 1902tho dates of tho two papers
being tho samo.
I Through this contradiction of the
two ineh their reliability ns witnesses
has been somewhat Impaired, and fur
ther developments, in the "caso arc
awaited with Interest, The caso was
called agatn ht id b'clock1 this morning.
FROM THE SIERRA
.The following wireless has been re
ceived by the agents from tho S. S.
At Sea, April 28, 1010.
8 'p. in. S. S. Sierra 49C miles out.
M6derato easterly winds and soa. Bar,
30)38, temperature 70'.
.! V. . EP BE.IQN PJ0RT,
Friday, April 29;
SAN FltANCISCO Arrived April 28:
S. S. Novadan'hence April 20.
SEATTLE Arrlvod April 28: S. S.
, Arlzonan, from San Francisco,
HILO Arrived April 25:" Sen'. Balboa,
hcricb' April 20;'
IlOpMJLtJ. T. If., THURSDAY, APn. 28, 1910.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
IF YOU ORDER YOUR
Wood or Coal
OF US, YOU WILL RECEIVE THE BEST GRADE, FULL WEIGHT OR
MEASURE, AND IT WILL BE DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co, Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, NEXT TO INTER-ISLAND CO.'S OFFICE
OF STOLEN PANTS
Rniltfhf All llnripr;hlrr
UUUglll All UllUCIdllll I
And Found the
, . , . .. ,, .
This morning at the police court
a native named Knhnnnnul put up
about the most novel defenso thatl
has been heard In u larceny caso. I
Tfio mail' was'"' accused of having
stoleh a pair of pants from a sales-
.. i r.i.L.iiJ - i...i a.,
man In u Chlncso store. Judgo An-
drado found him guilty nnd sen-
tonccd him" to pay a flno of 125 and
It appears that Kahannnul dropped!
Hlo tho storo (o nlirchaso un under-
.Lt.. .1. -. i ..-.
W iruinoou i.s.vav.
sn.ri. no was go., g .0 n .... inn.
v,t..i,ii(; nilu nuiihuu lu luun ma uuo
After Inspecting several different
priced garments, Kahannnul dccld- THE STBAMER Cascade is reporter
ed to tnko one that was marked nt by tho odlcors of tho Manna !oa ni
a medium cost. He produced tho tnk"iR on,a fS "ljllnent of susar a'
monov tn mr fnr tho shirt and then Kuknlhsplo. The bark Irmgnnl to
mono) to paj for tho shirt and then MhukonR nl ,lia , ut ,i0,,lrtp
wnlkcd off homo. ,cf 10 Mnma 10 oa,nB sugar f")
In tho' mcanttmo tho clerk who nn Kranclsco.
sold the undershirt missed n pair ot: ' (nt
pantB that ho had' In a parcel ready ACCOKDINO- to dvlcos receive
to go tu u clothcs-clcaiiliig storo. Ho here Iho Matson Navigation steamo
at once remembered the sale of a I "'"n,ln '"'"V" 1 frn,m 8S,t.,iCv
shirt nnd In his ow mind connected' n! ".'Y LZ ra"
Kahannnul with the tale ot tho
trousers. However, the purchnscr
of the shirt was not known by name,
and the pants were ulmost given up
Then the second, part of tho story
comes to light. .Kahannnul was ob
served walking down past tho store,
and hU limbs were clothed In thu
very pants that' wero" mlislng the
day hfc bought tho shirt. A pollco
olllcer was summoned, und tho wear
er ot the trousers taken Into, cus
tody. This morning lie explained mat
ters very clcarly,und this Is what he
said: "I went' to tho storo to buy
nn iindorhlrt, as 1 was going to n
masque and domino ball and wanted
to look well. I selected a shirt nnd
did not watch tho clerk wrapping It
up." When I got outsldo I noticed
that tho parcel scorned heavy, but I
did not open it till I got home. Upon
opening tho package' I was astonish
ed to find a pair of pants that 1 had
never seen before, wrapped up with
the undershirt. 'Now, nre these
pants n present from tho clork!' I
said to myself, 'or did tho clerk wrap
them up by mlstako in my bundle?'
I did not know what to do, so I
thought that If I put tho pants on
nnd walked past the storo tho clork
would know tho pants, and then I
would know where I was. I did sa
and wnj at once nrrestod and taken
to the police station. 1 know where
Judgo Andradc, while evldontly
admiring tho romantic story of the
pants, could hardly accept It as the
truth, and he found Kahnnauul
guilty. It Is rumored thut Katiana-
nut will ae.-ciit a position on .a local
(Continued. from Pan 1.)
native land In fact, could not go bnck
because- of the fact, that they had'ovad-
ii iiiu uniinry uuiy. ii.ai .p uymanucil
V tho' Czar's trovernhienr nf Its mtli.
If It was pos'slblb' to glvo the' Rus
sians hard labor upon1 their Imprison
ment .on n vagrancy charge, prosecu
tion would undoubtedly follow, but it
spiniB that a'nuriibor ofUheiii would
w'clcomd imprisonment as a change
from' tho round of oxlst'encd at their
PUnSEH FRIELB of the steamer
Mauna I.oa. arrlvlnc from Kona and
Kau ports this morning reports thu.lb mado out upon the blank forms
following sucar nwaltlnR shtiiiucnt'oii
windward Hawaii! Honuai 8522; 1
i iiuniuu. no; 1IU..UAUH, xo.uuu; II1
kulhaelQ, 7000; KukUlau. 2895; Paau
bau, 2700; Paaullo; 7200.
THErAMERICAN shin John Ena, ar
rlvlng'hqr'e oii March 28th with gctf
era cargo from San Francisco', was
2J2K1V-,S!. !S,'l0Iph)lR.B 2il
o'clock' yesterday morning, The vessol
carried u run shipment or sugar to'tha
East coant of tho Upltod States,
THE AMERICAN, .schooner Alert
which arrived, at the' port op April IP
wllli'n shipment of Innlliei- front' (irns't
iinriior, is (iiseiiarging m, tno itaiuvny
... .... . .'. ...
wnnrr. mo vossei la nxpocted will lm
ready to sail for tho Sound by tho lat-1
tor part of the'comlng week.
THEHE IS about twenty-live hurt
drcd tons of nitrates to be discharger
from tho Jnpancso freighter Manshu
Marti, now at the rallwny wharf. The
vessel arrived oft tho harbor last even
lng but too late to lie boarded by th
t?A,lHl in vat I In n nm tlin Innnl Alia
"rns officials. Tho Manshu Maru
comc from South nnil Ccnlral AmerI.
can ports nnd In transit thcro arc
about seventy passengers, Including i
number of Huropcans who aro travel
lng to the coast of Asia. Tho Mnnshit
'Maru brought ten Jnpancso stceragi
passengers to this port. Tho vesso
.omM congRtlC( to H. Hackfeld & Co
mi wm receive a prompt dispatch,
AT TUB HATB tho Atlantic coas'
coal Is going out of tho llrltlsh trami
freighter Olensh el nt tho preient tlm
that vessel should bo ready for Balllnii
,)n or n,)0lt Sun(lny T,0 vci,e, nr
rvcil )icr0 wlh nhout,flvo thousane
tons of fuel loaded at Newport Nows.
Captain Kills, master of the vessel, ha'
received orders to proceed to Japanese
!" "i"n m.. h ' ,B "' "
- - - ..,..
nis carcu ni nuiiuiiiiii,
larf. Tho coa
. . . t (h ,., wlmrf Th coa
Is consigned to tho locnl naval station
scl will bring down a
REAL ESTATE' TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record, April 28, 1910,
from 10:33 a. m. to' 4:33 o; m.
Thomas Mctcalf to Krank Godfrey...!
Tnl I.ung to Ah Sing He
Wllllnm Kaalntokti to Sarah Jacobs..!:
Koolau Rubber Co. Ltd. to First Natl
Hank of Wnlluku Tr Tr M
W, A. Kinney to Charles W. nooth.AM
Lllanct I.. CooVo Tr to Frank 8.
Frederick Wnldvogel to Henry
Holmes ...., ,...1 A
Fred Waldvogcl'by Atty to A. A.
Hobs'on i Rcl
Entered far Record, April 29, 1910;
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a; m.
Alexander A. Hobson and wf to Ill
shop Trust Co. Ltd M
HAWAIIAN" FISHERY; LTD.
Kir.fr Street Fish Market
Pcsltlon n's bookkeeper by an ambl
tlciui young nia'n; four' years' ex
perience, Havo thoiough knowl
edge of stenography; can furnish
Good references "Addrcsd "A4X."
Sealed tonders for the construction
of a soven-ioomed school teachers'
cottage nt'Keukba1,- Kula", Maul, T.
II., will bo tecelvcd by tho Hoard
of Supervisors of tho County ot Maul
up' 'to 1:30 p. ni Thursday, Mny 12,
Plans and spe'clflcatlons may be
obtained, nt the offlco ot the umlor-
slgned' during1 business hours, upon
making n doposlt ot J5.00, which de
posit Will be 'returned' upon' return
of plans and specifications.
Nn tondor will bi entertained un
and enclosed in thn nnvnlnmts. ton I.
0d, provided by the undorslgned. nor
unless accompanied by a certificate
of 'deposlt'or a certified check-drawn
tipbn'a bank1 or trust! cbnlpany'' d6
n'g business' In' the TerHt'ory,' In'an
nmbulit enual to 6 of th'e"amount
of"bld, nmdo payablo to W. F. Pogu'c,
,' u " -nl :of Super
visors; to Usuro that the successful
bidder will, In tho cvfent or an nc
ceptanco of his bid, oxecuto a con
trait In' accordaiico w'llh us forms,
lly pnler of tho Hoard of Super-
vltors of the CouulyofMniil, Torrl-
iaY f nA - ajr
- :,", .,.
(Slgnod) HlTflH HOWEI.I,,
4608-41 Codnty' Engineer.-
' ' i r " '
I A RRiVEO f 1 DEPARTED "
Friday, April 29. I
Fort Drngg 8. C. Allen. Am. bk.,'
3. m. I
South nnd Central American ports
.Innsshii Maru, Jnp, Btmr., 7 n. ni. '
VE83ELa TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn. Roscbank; Ilr. stmr.
Friday, April 29.
Victoria and Vancouver Morama,
'.-A. S. S.
8aturday, April 30. '
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Monday, May 2.
San Francisco Manchuria, p; it.
Tuesday, May 3.
San Francisco nnd Seattlo tirades,
M. N. 8. S.
Wedneiday, May 4.
Manila via Japan ports Logan, U.
S. A. T.
Kauai ports W. 0. Hall. Btmr. .
Thursday, May 5. I
San Francisco I.urllno, M. N. 8. 8.
Hawaii nnd Maul ports Claudlne,1
Saturday. May 7.
Hongkong nnd Japan porta Mon
golia. P. M. 8. 8.
Hllo via Way ports Mauna Kca,
Sunday, May 8.
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Motoknl ports Mlkahala,
Tuesday, May 10.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, T. K.
K S 8
' Wednesday, May 11.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall stmr.
Thursday, May 12.
Hawaii und Maul ports Claudlne,
San Francisco I.urllnb. M. N. 8. 8
Frldsy May 13.
San Frnuclsco 8lerrn: O. S. 8.
Saturday, May 14.
Hongkong via Japan iorts Tcnyo
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
8unday, May IS.
Maul nnd Moloknl ports Mlkahala,
Knual porls Klnnu, stmr.
Tuesday, May 17.'
8nn Francisco Asia. P. M. 8. S.
8an FranclscoWllhclriilnn, M. N.
Seattlo Hllonlnn, M. N. S. S.
Saturday, May 21,
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, P
M. S. 8.
Wednesday, May 25.
Australian ports via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Friday. May 27.
Victoria' nnd Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. 8. S.
Hongkong via Japan' ports Uuyo
Mnru, Jap. smr.
Monday, May 30,
San Fjanclsco Mongolia, P. M. S. 8,
PA88ENQERS ARRIVED I
Per C.-A. .8, 8. -farama, Irom Vie
lorla and1- Vaticouvor. for Honolulu
Miss It CoUslns. Miss F. Cousins. Miss
os Harrison' .(2). Miss KM. Davldsoh,
miss u. J, uavKison, sirs, v. macua.f
ghey, Mrs. W. MncCoughey, Mrs.. K.
Cousins, Mrs. E. V. Haralson Mr. Mnc
Coughey, Miss W. A. Rowfldn, S Alli
son, Mrs. II. Shaw, Mrs. F. NT St6fcli
and '2 children: Mr. A. Illgler. Mr. H.
Hershon, Mr. E. A. Mayno, Mr. 11.
8hnw, Mr. A. O. Armstrong, Mr. A.
O'Hara, Mrs. 8, A. R'cxford and child,
Mr. T. ClIiTo. , '
Per C. A. SV 8. Morama, fdr Austra
lian ports vln Suva Ii. It. nodes, Mr.
alkl'Mrs.lHushH rfnd IV DUrston.
Tho Canadian Australian liner Ma
rama; mot with conslderablq rough
weather on (ho ,voyago dpwn from Vic
torfa arurVnncouyor. Thq vfcssol ciimo
alongside tho Aldkca street wharf at
two o'clock this afternoon.
Several tourists arrived by tho
Tho v.csscl Is cnrrylng In transit for
Australian porta n very small list ot
passengers, Thcro aro' 45 first, 51 socj
ohdjind.,13 In' the, 'steerage;
Thn'Mnrama will not call nt Fnnulnc
Island on tho' southward trip nnd In
cohsoquon'ca will remain over nt Ho
nolulu until noon tomorrow,
Tho, vessel broughtu224, packages of
frolglft,, findn, small , consignment of
niulnldq'dmaH'foitlils, port, ,'
BMflN Jltli FILED
lly the' will 'of'the lato Davlil Day
ton, hU Widow, Lucrot'faM. Ddyton,
is named ns devlscb. legatee and mV-
irilnlBtrat'rlx1' without bond, and sho
lng dt'tho will.
Tild estate' consists of thn hrjms1
orY'Lli'lha street, valued at jibjoob';
a tract of. land on' Schobr street, and
otle on' Dlanibrid Head'ttie valuo ot
which Is' not known; nlso tho per
sonal property of the deceased.
Judge' Robinson bus set Juno 0 ns
the di(to' for the proving of tho will.
A mcotlng of tho Renlthllcnn I'm.
clnct Club' of tho Fourth Representa
tive' District, Territory of Hawaii, win
bo held nt thu Japanese (.'Imptf, cor
ner of King street nnil Knlnl.auu nvo
nuo. Pnwna, tliK ovonlnjr, at 7:30
o'clock. Don't fall to nttend, Import
ant to' all Republicans.
Thursday. April 28.
Knual ports Kcauhou stmr., B p. m.
Kauai ports W. (1. Hall, stmr., G
Hawaii ports I.lkcllke, stmr 6.K.
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Friday, April 29.
Australian ports via Suva Marama,
C. A. S. 8., p. m. '
Hawaii and Mnul ports Clnudlne,
sfnlr., 5 p. ni.
Saturday, April 30.
Jnpan ports nnd Hongkong Manshu
Mnru. Jap. stmr.
I'aniihau, Laupahochoo and ports
Monday, May 2.
Jnpin ports nnd Hongkong Man
churln, P. M. 9. 8. ' j
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr.
Tuesday, May 3.- s .
Kona nnd Kau ports Mnuna' Loa.
Hllo via way porlB Mauna Kca,
Maul and Motokal portH Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, atmr.
Thursday, May 5. .
Knual ports W. O. Hall. Rtnirwo;
Snn Frnnclsco Logan, U. 8. A." T.
Friday, May 6.
Mnul and Hawaii ports y
Maul nnd Hnwa,!! . ports Claudlpe,
Saturday,- May 7.
i Snn Frsanclsco Mongolia P. M.
8. 8. ' 7
Monday, May 9. jf
Kauai ports Noenii, stmr..
Tuesday, May. 10. .
Japan iorts and Hongkong Clilyo
Mnru. T. K. K. 8. 8.
llto via wny ports Mnuna Ken.
Maul and Moloknl ports Mlkahala.
Kauaf ports Klnau. Rtmr.
Ti'jursday, May 12.
Kauai ports' W. O. Hall. Btmr. .
Friday; May 13.
Maul nnd Hawaii, ports Claudlne,
stmr., , ,
Saturday, May 14. -
San Francisco Tenyo .Maru, T. K.
K, S. S.
Tuesday, May 17,
Japan ports and HongkonK Asia,
P. M. 8. 8.
San Francisco Lurllno. M. N. 8. S.
Wedneiday, May 18.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8." S.
Saturday, May 2f.
San Francisco Korea, P. M. S. 8
Wednesday, May 25.
Snn Francisco Wllhcinilnn, M. N.
Victoria and Vancouver Manuka,
C.-A. 8. S.
Friday, May 27.
Australian ports via Suva Makura,
C.-A. 8. 8. ,
South' nnd Ccntrnl American ports
nuyo Maru, Jnp. stmr.
Monday, May 30.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong 'Mon
golia, P. M. 8. 8.
.Per stmr. Mnuna I-oa, from Kona and
Kau ports. April 29. It. Irwin, J.
Antony,' Mrs. K. Wlthlngtoii, R. A.
McWayno, C. Itolte, J. Oaspar, J. N.
Kodhioa", C. L. Wight, F. J. Hare, E. J.
Hafdlo; MrB. Hardlc, F. Todd, J. O.
Smith: S. E. Thompson. Mrs. Thomp
boh, T. C. White, Paul do Kcrberg.
Victor -Clark, F. F. Sedgwick, Miss A,.
Hogg, W. R, O. Prccf, J. 1 Fleming,
PA88ENQERS BOOKED " I
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Koha and
Kau'ports, May 3. h. 8. Aungst, R. A.
Mcwnyiio. P. Peck, Miss F. Marquez.
T. C. Whlto. Mrs. Whlto, Mrs. H. D.
Dunnctlro. Chns. Dclllnn. L. .Wnrreu.
II. Per, stmr. Claudlne,, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, April 29. A.' Haifebcfg,
Miss E, Meier,, Miss' B, Mist, A. Oar
tenbere. Gco'.'Cooper. a. O.' Klnnoy, it.
K. SrnltH, J. W. Wilson, Mrs. C. J.
Schbcnlng, Miss Lindsay, W. F. Pogno
C. .Furnoaux, A. M. Frctclra and 8
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, for Hllo nud
wny ports, Mny, 3. Mrs., Dowsed,' A.
Waforhouiio; F. T. P. WntCrbousc: F.
II. Kehnedy, M.' Harding; IV.'S. Phelps.
Mi's. Phelps, Mrs! II. R. Dryant. A; W.
Carter, Mrs. Carter, H. Aklna, Mrs.
Aklna.S; Alu. J. McFadden. F. E. H.sr
yoy, II. Jl. Drown, A. M, Drown, Mrs.
UroiYn, Mrs. C. if," Fairer, Ms. J. Ef
flngcr, Mfs's FlatldOrs, Mrs." M. A.
Per stmr. Clnudlno. for Hnwnll and
Maul ports, Am II 29. Miss Idlth
Mclor, Miss J5. F. Mist.
; .Penstmr. Miuma l.o;i,.for Kona.aml
Kau porls, Muy 10, P. Peck1, Miss
, Malls aro one at Honoliilu' from
San FianclscYi Per Manchuria, May 2.
Yokohama Pe'r' M"ongollu, Mny 7,
Vancouver Por'Marariin, April 29'.
Comities Per 'M'anuka, May 25.
' Mail's"1 wlrt iflcplift foptho'tollnwlng
prilhta as follows:
tian IVan'clsfco Per Modgolla, May 7.
Yokohama Per Mhnuchiirla, May 2,
Colonlcii Por Marama April 29. '
.Vancouver Per Manukn, May 25.
5 TRANSPORT" SERVICE.
Crpbft,' at 'ManllV
Dhc. arrived 116'nolulu April 20'.
Logan salloj from Mnnlln April 14.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila April 14,,
Sheridan, ni'ilvod at Snn FrancUco.
j Apr)! 20,
"tllE INTOn-tsLArVD'stpamer Ilel.
enn''has been nlncrd on I li.-' lihrli,"' i'.-i
Ball for Panuhaii, L'aufinhhnhon and
othor Hawaii ports at 3 o'clock on Sat