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EVBNtNO BULLETIN', HONOLULU, T. H, 5aTUP.DAT, APR. 30, 1910
All visiting member! ot tnt
Order are cordially Invited to
attend mooting ot local lodgei
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' oth A..o
BENEFICIAL ASSftSIATION, elation, cor
HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0. P. Hall, Kort Street.
13. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
All visiting brothers ey cordially
OAHU IQDOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets evory nrst and UtlrdiFri-
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. IU1I7
corner Fort and Berctanlo. Visiting'
brothers cordially Invited to atleud.
WM. JONES. C. C.
o. r. urine, k. n. s
HONOLULU LODQE 61G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, I). P. O.
Elks, mjets in their hall, on Kin
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend. u
JAS.-D, DOUCIIIEIITY, E. R.
QEO, T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor.
dlally Invited to attend. g
1 P. II1GGIN8, Sachem e
'E. V. TODD, 0. of It. ;
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEP3
NESDAii evenings of each month at
7;30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Ileretanla and Fort streets. -""'
Vlslttdg Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. , -
. v. n. rtiLEY, w. p.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec. '
WM. HcKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
. ' f K- 0F r'
I Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K, ot V.
Hall, cor. Tort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
V A TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. Rf 8.
, 4TWENTY-FIVB days was 'tho tlmo
consume) by the American schooner
jjooa, lnjinaKing mo passage rrom Ho
nolulu io Ilpdoudo, This vessel load
ed a largo Bblrunent of hardwood rail
way Hegjnt the Hawaii port and aftor
proceeding to sea met with rough
weathcrlwhlch raused scleral scam
to ppen.j Tim Alpha finally put Into
Uonotui( In distress and remained
hero for Ihreo weeks pending tho mak
ing ot ri fiairs. The vessel sailed tram
this port, on April 4th and arrived tl
H1LO .SHIPPINQ Includes the fol
lowing .vessels according to a repoit
brought ito this city by tho steamer
Mauna nca: Tho American Hawaiian j
steamship Columbian Is taking on sug-,
ar but may bo delayed In sailing for
Sallna Cruz. The vessel arrived M
llllo on Friday. The American ship
Edward ,Sewall, arriving thereon last
Monday .after six days' passage tram
Honolulu Is taking pn sugar. Tho
schooner Balboa Is also at tho poii.
uwaltlng a full cargo.
TAKING A FEW passengers In tho
first and second class, the Canadian-
AUBiruum iiuvr muruuiu wua uia-
'yatcbe'for Sydney, N, S. W.. by tho
5 wair of Suva at noon today. Tho vos-1
Bel left a small amount of cargo at llo
nolulu, there being less than two hun
dred and fifty packages brought dowi
nom "Vancomor. Tho Marama will
not call tt Fanning" Island on this trip.
" !; f
'' THE KONA and Kau steamer Ma-i
na Loa'taf the Inter-Island fleet will
nail for (windward Hawaii on Tuesday
at noon. TJiQ vessel w)l esrry a largo
list ot bassongers In addition to n
i;ood ElzVd freight list. , 1
THE DEPAItTURE of tho Amerlcso
schooners W. II. Mafsdcn from Hlo for
San Pralclsco la reported, Tho voi
pel salle'd-ontTliursday' afternoon, tak-1
fng a full shipment of sugar.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Thurtday, April 28.
Win. r Pogue. Wallnku: Mr. and
Mrr. A Dow, Now York; A. McKlnnon
Walnlua, K Itlyama. Clly; Mrs. A. K.
'Jones, I.cllchua, Mix N It Ito)t, Lei
leluia. ATTH5 HAWAIIAN.
Friday, April 29.
I. a Aimgat, tloliuiloa:
Thompson Now Hampshire,
Ladles should not miss Jordan's sale
of vliltn goods.
An Motnluv nininlnir irrenl mi!, of
HngerliB and wash biiIH nt Whllnej &
llno )ou re.id (llorh? Ifiown ,4
I.yon, Co. bao II, nlso huiiic other
Tho Hanan Shoo Is Iho stand ird
nluo In footwear for men At Mc-
Ineni) Shoo Store
A great assortment of whllo mato-
Inls will Uo found very 111t11.lt under-
priced nt Jordan's sale.
Now fiction. A cholcu selection, nlvi
n number of beautifully lllustratid
books-of trae( Jiut received at Ilrown
& I.yon'Co, Ltd., Yoiiiig building.
tii. Tuesday evening Excolslor
I.odgO?I. O, 0. rw wll.have a meeting
xyjtli VkorJc In tho third degree, after
h.i. krl..a1t.n.rtlH ..lit Iih .n.uit.1
Llllcautlfnt-new tiillllnry .neatlo'ns
parlors In tlin llostnn llocK, loit
street." It will proo a Irea: to seo
Hcmember that tho Hotel Majestic
i nnn nr Dm most romioriabln ntul
tho.jnostt centrally located rooming of OJtp WJnk(cr, , decease. The nJ
hpie.1 n,tho city. It will p.iy jou o mlni)trntrU asfes $9US wid to, ba
got their rates. Itooms single or en charged with $1,017.20.
'The perfumery nnl toilet nrtlcle,
mado by Hudnut of Hew York up
proach tho Prench Ideal, closer than
any similar goods mndo In America
They aro to bo had ol tlcnson, Smith
& Co, Ltd.. Port and Holel street.
Onco u Itcgal customer nlwajs a
Rogal customer. Hut It Is tho&e who
have not yet tried on a pair of rtegals
ihnl iho Heifal shoo Store want oi.-
TWclaUrtocomo In and try on a pal,-
octal now: moueis. xouii gev ionK
wFptnnd oamfort ouFot cery pair of
liogai shoos yon oiiyi
f i-, , 1)
A.Bult.liarbeon entered for 0,
990 by Hans Toisnn ngalnst Oi C.
Deckley, Jr for damages.
I- Tho suit grows (jut of an accident
that happened out at the end of the forfeiture ot the ball of Chins Kim
Walklkl road last May, when Beck- nee, who some time ago was up Tie-
ley is alleged to have run over Tor- fQr(j th(j UltC(1 stn,cs colnra,,oner
son with his auto, breaking a leg
and nn arm of tho latter. lo '-1"1 "' ls status.
Torson considers U0.990 about Appealing his nc. In which bo
tho amount due for repairs to his v.as ordpred deported, to the court,
rjroken limbs and r wages that he ho Gave ball and In the meantime
could have earned In the meantime went to San Francisco, being there
had he not been disabled. nt ,hc Ume hls case was callci1 '"
., , the Federal Qourt. His boudsmen
ninr) , paid tho ball.i and as he has return
ed. and stated that he,noyer meant
CAItnOLL At Queen's Hospital Apr, t0 " absent, a motion to tet aside
30. 1910, T. W. Carroll, a native of the forfeiture of tho ball was mado
Ireland aged 03. FunornJ will tako today. 1
placo Sunday afternoon at 3:30 Ti,e matter was taken under ad
o'clock from the Catholic Cathedral. iMn)ent wntll May 7, lice wna em
WTJ1 . ZT Z'am! Ploy- "" .one of tho Amerlcan-Ha-
tnnces respectfully Invited to attend,
Dio.unt Sale Qn
GIRLS' ,smart garment for sum
mer vyar; for girls fram, 4
to 14 years will be on sale, for. this
yeek at 2,5 per cent discount.
This jsale comgrices garments ot
Gingham, Galatea, Percale and, Lavyn.
' ' 'gEE WINDOW DISPLAY '
xiLc ' JDyLQlUor
to f . -4.' n t t SL
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERaT
.Ionian's whlto snlo Monday.
Telephono 603 to havo Laundry
called for and delltered quick
7-Scatod Auto for hire. I'hono 189
Jameii Dakcr. Young Hotel Stand.
Applejack like they make on the
farm. Lclthcad and Woodward I'houe
Call on Mike I'aton at tho Kncoro
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
Embroidered trousseaus mid fancy
needlework, Mr. II. Uell, 102 Hotel
If ou want a good Job dono on nn
auto or carrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Visit .lack Roberta at (bo Kentucky
Saloon when you wunt HquM refresh
merit. You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there). "
Oall nt thq show rooms and get
twenty-five Orem Slamm free, Everv
thing In thd rhow room Is froo foi
Green Stamps. Call today or any da)
Ileretanla opposite Fire Station.
Mr Thos l.eo. who Is well ntul fnv-
oraiily known in this city baa pur
ehaseil an Interest In tho American
Steam l.nmnliy nml will nssuino tin
management from Ma 1.
All members of Dnnilen Council, No.
r,Cl, Y M. I nro leqticstod to meet
at Drolcr Hall tomorrow (Sunday) at
ternoon for ttin piirpOwof ntlfndlnB.mn sliano and color diould conform to
I'ollco, court calendar (his morning hilt,
most of them wrro continued to
fPr Kiunblern who wero arrestel
at llm oil llKlunaiket wero found gull
Ihls m'rtrulng nt t,be pqlHo.court am)
nni,l, V cacn.
Two. boozers wero on tho calendar
thf morning nt th,e polU-n court ami
ony of hc men, was, fined $1. while tho
other, iad his cftsq contln.uoi tlll,May,3,
MV ,."V'i wa? f-'IV i'IVs P."1"'
of nr,catnhK tangiao nml illRclinrs-
dl fipi.ciibdy, (libj morning, at Hu
lollc.p, "rOijrt. , , , ,
Ml m.dato 530 hutomoblles havo
heon reglarfid n,t Jhe,ra!cq stntlqp,
n niimlfer a,r,o,pn9ced o,iq ajW?flffn
Monday. , (v, ,
Tho tascs ot 28 nulomobllo drhers
charged w(iii breaklij the speed or-J-
(nnnniu nr ttin.eltv ntul rtnimtv nt lliu
iioiilii'whlch,werj t) ibm- beep lieii
In ,to criminal cqnrt (bji niornlng
wenj, posofjeu num nezi, yuesua(v
nftr.rpopn,,, , , , ., ,
May V,'iaK been, Ret na thevdato for
me. ncaring 01, ipq pciumn 01 icinnm
Winkler'. 'admlnUtratm ot the ostato
Absolute dlvqrce was granted Oeorga
i"l.ao rropj nis.wir.) Mary ym
Lake, by Judge, Tioilnsorj fils niornlng,
thq grounds VfltK tonHrir.eci halilts of
Intoxication. . t ,
Ipsscy one ot tho j-ailurs who was
tried tho first of the week pn c charga
or assaqluwlth n weapon dangerous tq
life was sentenced this morning by
4"'lso Cooper, o pay n flnoof $300.
In. the caso .of . Lint Loik charged
with reckless driving of h!j hack and
running over uiiunuui u "'
street, rcbruary C JudRo Cooper thU
sentenco for six
IllW 10 SET
Ilefore Judgo Robertson In tlu
Federal Court tha morning, n mo-
tlon wnj 'Introduced to set asldo the
wallai. vessels coming Into this port.
City Transfer .Co.,
JAS. II. LOVE.
IF YOU ORDER YOUR
Wood or Coal
OF US, YOU WILL RECEIVE THE EEST ORADE. FULL WEIGHT OR
MEASURE, AND IT WILL BE DEL VERED PROMPTLY.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
O.UEEN STREET, NEXT TO INTER-ISLAND CO.'S OITICE
(By Joseph R. Farrington.)
In breeding turkc)4 throe thing1)
should bo talten Into consideration
neimu, minpo nun eoior 1110 weigui
ftllfllllil lin Utnntlriti1 ff 1irt l.fnriil ntul
TI10 111 ijorliy
''"""l '"?B.lro I'1"1" !' V".. ? I
ii"i vikhi r,iitvp,pruviiM-ii n ihiui
In tint flock are of marly the siimq
weiKiu. ono iiirii, M neuv nnit nn (uct8 can liq secure! nt liny tinio re,
other Is lluht. they' will nol nriKluciv n L'urillrns of lh nmount of tint freib
,uujfpriu flock of, 301ms b'rds. Walural-
ly largo (ilrda will proilueo larpq off- Chickens weighing eight pounds or
springs.,. 1. more pe.r pair nro usually called roast-
The Bame Is truo of shipc. A proii- o,rs. ,
vrly Miapejd brd will produro greater,! Vurcbreds nro doslrablo, as with
weight pn ,n given, nmount of feed It hone, ono hasn flqck of, fowls which
than "a J'1?1! rxvl,(i1' ' I1lllP'l-wlllprod,ncc carenssei and eggs of a
Vhlle AprllHinayibe a little late to 'much roorq uniform chape, color nnd
consider tho miamies of. breedlm;',iZo thai) , inqnKreLs w(l prndnco, all
stock. It ls,,not too lute to dwell upon ot which will aid, In finding a readv
the. proper khid pf birds for tber feed-;Cale.. f jou jilrqarty, h.tve. a flock of
Ing pen f"oi, the fall market. Illrds moiignl fowls and umnot nrtoril to
from the, egg produced by heavy an 1
correctly Hhnpnd birds should, be se
, Thoj ration Is also er Important.
'A tarlelv.of feed la needed, such as
liard-boled cggl, liro.nl crumbs, ouions
chqpivd Apq nml all kinds ot grains.
An excellent grain ration Is tho so
called IrlBh pone, mado of threo parts
cornmeal and ono pirt wheat bran.
Sift all ho hulls out of the meal and
mix It with tho bran, then add etjoug'i
water to mako It a sticky mass, placa
It in tho oven nnd bake till It Is vfi'll
done. In addition, the, birds should
ll.ivo nil the Insects they desire, if
these can not bo provided, a llbenl
amount of meat meal Is the best Hiib-
stltuto. - . i
A great drawback on turkejs Is lie
nnd mites, which should be killed in
all the houses and on the. tilrkcys.
Start tho brooder hentors several
da) a before the chicks aro to bo put
In, that tho brooders maya be thorough
ly warm and dry by JJijtlnio tho chicks
nro ready lo put In.' An Inch of dr.
cl?an sand on tho floors well warmed
nnd dried Is Ideal, and tho tempera
ture under tho hover around 100 de
grees. Oil lamps as the notiryo of heat
demand much attention to keep them
going properly. Whllo I fjnd tho incu
bator lamp a ery safe device, tha
brooder lamp Is not so safe; In fact,
most of tho brooders on the market
aro rather to bo consldcrol danger
ous, and It Is well to" be a bit cnutlona
with regard to fire.
More chicks aio lost from feeding
too soon than from most other causes
Nature put Into tho egg enough of Just
tho right kind of food to keep that
chick going till It was strong enough
to get Kb sustmanco fiopi without.
When fed too boon wo Interfere wt!i
naturo's plan nnd pay tho penalty In
losses later on. If you arc skeptical
on this point try It a time or (wo In n
small way. Wo get back Jo nature and
mako tho first fee 1 for tho chicks bj
cutting Into lino bits snmo tenilcj
grass. Thq amount needed Is small.
Tho hen that stolo her nest nnd
brought olf a brood did not provide
much for tho chicks for the first fow
, Theio Is not much danger of oer
feeding, after tho chicks uio 12 das
old. Prom that time on It is our ob
ject to bae them cat tho, largest" pob
slblo amount ,of proper food. Th6y
grow rapidly, nnd need to be well nour
ished. Tho foodstuffs must bo hlghl)
digestible and should furnish as nearly
as posijblo ccry element needed by
the rjtsteni of tho chick. Luigo .am
ounts of tho carbonaceous, or encrgj
giving nmterlal, becausp tho chick. U
n, llvply, energetic fellow, n abund
ance of protein,) tha ,blood blldlug.
muscle and feather-making matorial
1 and enough of irdnernl niattcr to build
bone and help tho orojeln mui the
Wq get this best In freshly cracked
corn, a mlxtiiro of beet scrap and bran,
ns abovu outlined, an abundance pf
grecu cut grass, sand, oyster, shells,
charcoal nnd crushed raw potatoes.
Broilers and Roasters.
Tho first 'fresh broilers of tho yojr
appear upon tho market In January.
Thesq blids weigh from one and ono
haf to two pounds per pair, nnd nro
known as squab broilers, clubhouse
broilers and Individual broilers, They
are used largely In hotels, restaurants,
and clubs, nnd tho domaiul for them
seems to bo lncroaslpif. With Mdy
comes tho call for larger sizes, and,
soon birds weighing (our pounds per
ar arc desired
Tho first birds In
tho market bring tho best returns, tho
tprlco steadily decreasing ns tho sup-
piy necomes groaioi
nroiiors nnd i
ufom1i unlrt tlnrliKV Irii nnltun tfiir
but for Bomb months each season
iha main minnly comen from .eold!
lorI"?0- Thl? r l'tfvnt on
ih periccicu 10 sum n ui-jsreo 11111
practically nil kinds, of poultry piu
w juircbrcds, you should chooso .n
purebied mala bird "! tho liroel pre
tarred, ami mnto h,lm with a few of tho
heft mongrel, females This sjateni, II
cnrofullv frtl(iwe,tl (qr n few oars, wilt
give n lilgh class flock of fowls Hut
will bo practically us good 'as pure
breds, so far n,s market conditions for
drossed fowls and eg;$ are concerned.
Choice of variety will depend largely
on fho imriKisq f,or w'hfth tho, fowls are
kept. whether eggs alone.b9th ofjss and
meat, or meat alone, Is tho chief ob
ject, nnd whether sltferi or noisliteis
Kgg breeds l.cghoina nnd Mlnorcas,
General purposo breeds Plymouth
Itocka, Vt'yandottcs, Orpingtons ami
nhndo Island lteils; ulso they aro good
sitters and mothers.
Meat breeds Ilrahamas, Cochins and
Langshnns, they aro also sitters.
There nro other breeds, howevor,
but these are the ones generally used
by tho farrners.
Grain and Animal Food.
It Is a mlstnko to mnko grain tha
principal food for laying hens, drain
Is well enough as food tor market fowls
but the laying hm demands fioinelhln
more. Tho egg Itself Is animal foor.
and although It can be produced from
grain. let tho hen Is renu red. In or
der to bo profitable, to proifuco an egg
each day or as near that as possible,
and her work must not bo Interrupted
from lack of the necessary nutriments,
Meat fills a want that cannot easily bo
supplied fiom any other source when
tho hens aro laying legulnrly.
Fattening Fowl For Market.
A fowl should always bo fattened as
quickly ns possible Ten ilajs Is long
enough, but It should bu confined
either In a coop or a number In n
small yard. They must have a con
tinual supply of froth water, and
Bhnuld bo fed four times n day, tho
first meal being given early and tho
last one ate. A recommended mlx
tiiro Is three parts corn meal, one piit
ground otti, ono part bran, ono part
erudo tallow; tho enttrq lot scaldel
ami fed tor tho first threo meals, with
nil tho corn nnd wheat that can ba
eaten up clean nt night. Weigh tho
Tho color of tho skin of n fowl can
be changed by tho feed. Sometimes tho
color of the si In Is Important, but 'in'f
of tho fowls that aro sent" to market
have anything hut a ) allow Bkln. tn
breeding for mirkct It Is Important to
havo a breed that grows rapidly and
fleshes up )oung; the, skin should bo
ynlow, and If tho feathers aro nil
whllo both tho chicks and tho fowls
will look much bettor when drcseol
than those with colored, feathers.
Food mixed or molstqneii with skim
milk Instead (if water prod,ucos whiter
flesh and a superior flavor. Sklm-mllk
nlono Js a highly' nitrogenous food; the,
carbo-hydrates have been romoted in
thq butter, so thnt it Is. not a completu
d(qt for any niijmal. Tho (at pf tho
cream, however,, can bo cheaply sub
stituted with corn or cornmca).
Tho College of Agriculture nt Cor
nell University kept tho record of ono
hen, which, known by tho modest Hfo
'of Jo. 01, produced 213 eggs in 301
An egg Is 67 per cent white, 33
per cent ok nnd 19 por cont shell
approximately. Tho shell hi lit,lo
mora than a hundredth of an Inch In
thickness and, as ever) body hns no
ticed, Is lined with a very delicate but
rather tough membrano, Tho yolk Is
surrounded by another membrono" to
keep It separate Irom the vyblto, und Is
I. 1 - i.. i -. ! I 1 .....rSg '"?". mi . ,. .
VE88EL3 TO ARRIVE VES3EL8 TO DEPARJ 1
Norfolk, Va. Rosebank, Br. stmr.
Monday, May 2.
San rrnnclsco Manchuria, P.- M,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, April 30.
IIEDONDO Arrived April 29
Alarm, benco April 4.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived April 31:
S. S. Asia, llenrc April 23.
SAN ntANCISCO Arrived April 30:
Ship Falls of Cld3. henco April 11.
HII.O sailed April zs: sen. v,
1 MnrRlon, for San Francisco.
On Tuesday evening. April 20, thoro' J-. ';p""ox, w'fo n.n children, 8. S
a held nt the residence of the Hon. ''so"' ' " T'f,,l"n. " Duny
E. A. Molt Smith the fourth annual '" Nnssman E. PoIsec.ko. a. N.
dinner of the Hnnnrd Club of Hawaii Naguaa, J. M. Kinl anil wife,. J, Ni
At the business meeting follnvlng tho nlsooko, n. Qnlnn, C. Mcl.enon. w.lfo
dinner the following were elected om-""1' daughter, I. I uknan. I). II. I..
cers pf tho Club for Iho cnsu.ng year:
President. E. A
Mcmmebrs Kxccutlvo Committee, D. ,knmolnii. Nnkashlma, II. Wnldron,
Wlthlngton. 11. O. Dillingham nnd It. Mrs. 8ouzn nnd children, Mrs. n. Aul
II. Anderson. Twenty eight men sit la and 4 children. C. Soiirn, Ixm Sher-
down to tho dinner, which was in lia-ir,
wallan stylo it luiiu. imnrg ino even
ing speeches were nitido by Judg.1
Stnnloy, Messrs. O. A. Davli, Dr. N. 11.
Pmerson, Paul Wlthlngton mid Or. W.
Thoso present were: P.. A. iMott
Smith. A. L. Castle, II. H. Ilosmor,
Judgo Stanley. P, 11. Iiwrey. A.
Afong Harold Castlo ii. tl. diiiiuk
ham. Seymour Hall, W. A. Uivo. Paul
WKhlngton, It. II. Thompson. J. M.
Monsarrat, A. M. Nowell, .1. P. Dote,
Sherwood Lowrey. Pdwln O, Hall, L.
Mnignlln P. T. Dllllnghan, tl. II. Ol
son. O. A. Divls, Dr. N. ii. Hmorsoit,
Dr. P. F. Hedemann. P. I., Hsrno. W.
II, Lymer. It. P.. Anderson n. V. Wil
cox, Dp.,W. 11. nrlnekerrrff.
The American bnrkcntlne Amer-
anth. which arried at Parl Harbor
from Mnlklteo nn April fl, and went
nrhoro In the channel, while negoti
ating n passage to the slto of the
government docks, has liter towed to
Ilono uhi nml wns hauled up on the
marine railway this morning.
An cxnmlnntlon r the esse' hns
developed thnt but little damage wa3
done the lottom of the Vessel by her
b rlefgroundlng on the(slde of tho
channel. The vessel had bee:, blown
over to cue tide of the recently
dredge 1 waterway. She was sp-.fd
lly towed off, and ns a matter nl
precaution the barkcntliie wai
brought to this port for nn examina
tion and n repainting, before shn prf
cecds to tho Sound for nnnther ship
meat of lumber.
Today tho Supreme Court handed
down decision In the caso of Oeorgo
1!. Smithies trustee for Stella K. Coc
kett defendants In error, versus J. F.
Colbiirn, executor o ftho will of David
Knwnnnnakoa, plaintiff n error, afllrm
Ing the decision of' tho lower court.
Tho defendants wero ordcied to recov
er the costs of the case In the suprmo
courf. amounting to $41.25, from the
lntcr-Islmul nnd O. It. & L. shipping
books for sale at tho li u 1 1 e t, I n
ofitco, COo each.
tt ii n u m k xt u u a
held sucpOnded In 'lli'o ."middle: ot the
egg, somewhat after tho manner ot a
hammock, by two strings or modified
albumen attached Inside ot tho point
nnd butt of he shell respectively.
Tho oxperts say that when tho
breeding season Is over tho malq birds
ought to bo separated from tho hens.
Tho hens, under such circumstances,
will lay Just as many eggs, but the
latter, rjpt being fertile, will not begin
lo develop, and consequently will re
main fri;sli longer.
Think of eating canned cocks'
sombsl It Is a popular thing just
frojn Trnnco which Is being Introduced
Intci thq Unted SUtos. Instead ot an
ollvo or cherry In n cocktail thoy put
a cock's comb.
Don't feed your poultry too heavily.
Dear In mind that In poultry-keeping
nttenon to details s of tho utmost Im
portance), for If tho Httlp things are
neglectpd, fnlluro will surely result. (
Llmq should frequently bo scatterod
around tho poultry houses ns n dlsln-
Hens need a variety of feed.
Being a successful poultry raiser tl
noj so much a question of breed as
of caring foj jour flock proporly. ,
The high prlco of poultry and eggs,
as compared with othor farm products,
should result In better caro ot tlto poul
Now Is (ho time to hntch chlcsn
which jou want (or caily producers.
Saturday, April 30.
Paanliau, Loupahochoe and ports
Helene, Blmr., 3 pm. '
Monday, May 2. '
Japin port"! and Hongkong Man
churlii, P. M. S. S. '
Japan pdris and Hongkong Mnnshu
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Kauai ports Noonu, stmr.
Per sfmr. Manna Ken. from llllo vlt
way ports, April 30 r. W. Schmidt.
n ji, neon iumi wiie, .1. 11, uiaRHun
nnd wife, It. P. Hnwland, Major WllllJ,
I II. Mead, J. II. McKenzIo, Mlsq Itny
mond. Mm M. Hnnlna Mra P tl Ill.
II. II. Prear. Ilov. J. W. Wadman,
iltov. C. H. Men, Miss It. Wlndropp'. .1.
Vlerrn. .1. S. Azcrorto. II. W. Kimball.
V,"0' , ' "vcr,on J.,Kennedy, A. n.
ll""l,,J, ' " "hiu, . 11. iiryani.
Mts. Nlnnmlnn, Mrs. Yamashlha. Ta-
" im, . v.. unviimion. a. it.
Ourrey. Hov, A. linker. W. It. Castle,
Ur. Hoffman, A. Asnlchl. J. T. McCros
sen W. Lnuhy, M. C. Hulbort, II. M.
Pebbel, A. C. Plhb, D. Conway. N.
Decrr, A. J. Schocnbergcr. W, P. Hall,
W. M. Murray, W, I Hcllbron nnl
wife, II. Jucreo, Mrs. Dennett.
I WATERFRONT NOTES I
' Tiff! NOnWKCHANslilp Nordstjcii
nan, from Dclllngham December 15 for
tho United Kingdom with lumber, has
put Into Valparaiso with timbers
strained. Tho Nordstjernan Is tho last
to roport of ten vessels th.it might
have picked up tho crews of tho Ame
rican schooner Susie M. Plitmmer and
the (lermnn ship Parnassus, which
wero abandoned by theirs crews In, tho
December gales. The Plitmmer brokn
up on Vnncomer Island nml the Par
nassus Is supposed to hao sunk oft
tho mouth ot tho Qulllayiitc Klvcr,
Washington. Tho crows ot both ves
sels took to the Scboats and havo
never been heard from.
A QUANTITY of native lumber con
stltuted tho bulk of tho cargo brought
to this port from Hawaii by I lift Intc
Island steamer Mauna Kca. arriving
from llllo this morning. Tho vessel
met with moderate, tradn winds nml
seas on the homeward trip. In addi
tion to about seventy cabin passen
gers thcro was a large number who
traveled bn deck.
TUB NIPPON YUSCNKalsha haa
decided to culnrgo the Amerlctn ser
vice between Hongkong and Seattlo
and will build two steamship one ot
8000 tons and tho other of 9000 for
that toute. Two steamships will also
bo built for the European route, and
officials ot the company will bo sent
to tho United States and Europe In
April In connection wllh the under
taking. . THE DAIIKENTINE Irmgard after
dlncbargln cargo at llllo and taking
on sugar. Is reported to have left thnt
port on last Thursday for Mahukonn,
where' additional freight will bo dis
charged. Tho IrnKard Is expected
will bo ready to return from tho coast
CAPTAIN JOHN Alwcn. for many
years master of tho steamship Hades,
has been appointed master of tha
steamship Hazel Dollar,
OLD BULLETIN BOY
MANAGER HIND ROLPH
ii i ,
With tho appointment of John IC.
Clarko to the position of manager ot
the local ofllco ot Hind, Rolph & Co.,
another old time D ii 1 1 o 1 1 n boy steps
Into the first ranks of the business
coihmunlty. Mr. Clnrke succeeds J. S.
Low who goes to Hawaii to accept a
position as accountant with the Ha
waii Irrigation Company,
Tho new mnnngcr of Hind, Ilnlp'i
S. Co , Is n 'son of Calt. Tom Clarko
nnd well knnwnaan leader In athlotcx.
As a jnungster Clarko was one of tho
rellablo carriers for tho 11 n 1 1 e t Iji,
serving In that capacity throughout his
schoo da) si
1 Doth H. n. Chnmbcijnln nnd It. E.
Thompson, sailors, were found guilt
of assault with n weapon dangerous
to life In using metal knuckles on Fer
nandez Sllva. Tho formoi' was flnot
1250 nnd tho latter $50 by Judge Coop
er In the criminal court. .
A ,second case against Chamberlain
for assault on John fillva was noll'i
Judge Robinson this morning denied
tho motion Introduced In lit i court tn
allow $230 in attorney's fees In tlm
ras.o of Mary II, Atcherlcy yjrsus Wil
tlon was denied without pr-jjudtco a
tho case Is pending In 'corrt oil du-
liam r. jarrctt, nnd others. Tno mo-
Nlcolla Suerbelvd, a 'Russian -who
wns arrested yesterday on u charge
o( threatening o kl.l Ills wjfo from
whom ho had been dl voiced n Russia
appealed In the police court (his morn
ing; but thero was no.hlug done In tho
csbo which was contljued till Tuesdav
nOxt. The man, howjer, when asked:
to plead to tho chi.rgo, mtdo homa
charges against his into wife's virtue.
Judgo I,lnsny prosecuted as Attor
ney Oqnera. but thoro wqs no attor
ney (or tho defense. No evidence wn
given nnd tho matter went over at