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EVEifirfG BCLLETTtf, HONOLTT. T. H., MOfDAT, MAT 2, 1?10.
Alt visiting members ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting ot local lodges
t Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at X. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' S Aot
HARMONY I0DOE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mcejs every Monday evening nt
7:30 in I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble dratid.
All visiting brothers ery cordially
OAHTJ I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
, Meets every first and third rr!i
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hollt
corner Fort and Uerctnnla. Vlsltlns
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C. .
o. r. heine, k. n. a
HONOLULU LOSOE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, D. P. QA
Elks, meots In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, evory Friday even
insr. Visiting Drothers are cordially
lmlted ,to attend.
' JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R. -
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
'Mefets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
dlojly invited to attend.
P. HIGOINS, Sachem
! v. v Tnnn n nf n
. " - ' -"
HbNOLULU AEBJE 140. F. 0. E?
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
rcnur Tf.TriwT'rv Trmrn? nn a
nou. muuiiuiii Jiuuui. iw, u,
I I, A. Ui r.
(Meets evory 2nd and 4th Saturday
..evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
atill. cor. Kort ana uerotama. visit
lnir'lirothcrrf cordlallr Invited to at-
..M. rtrt . n-t-rnn n r
, E.' A.' JACODSON, K." R. S.
. uVor Anscn films nnd cameras en in
GtitrcyX 'Ltd Kbit, street tiear Hdtcl.
Try "HUtoiniyad,!' tie popular new
leverage put up by RycrofUs Fountain
.Soda works, pliono 27U.
5 iGcntlcnung srilrta.-collnra and cuffs
iproperly laundered nt tho French
Laundry, Ilcretunla street.
'rllio roaci to'JIalclwa Is In splendid
condition for an nutoinobllo rldo nnd
iliu uuiui vuaiuu is uviiLT luuu imuui.
Cakes and lco cream for dinner de
livered by tho Palm Cafe Is far and
' away tho roost palatable dessert in thn
JA meeting ot the Manoa Improve
ment Club will bo held at tho rosN
dijnee of Judge II. E. Cooper, Manwi
Valley, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock
. The Cnlon Electric Works. Harrison
'JiiUldlng.tWlll attend to any order for
cieciricai worns enirusu-u to iiieiq
. . . '. . -. .J .- ...-
' 'iiMnetn nn the 5mt nnil 4lh WED-
, .N32SDAY evenings of each month af f f -pllf crc 'J10
' liin v,l,.l. In If TJ ltnll .nrn.r "16 tirOgrnlll.
. fifretanla anil Fort streets, ' H .8QU11-v.Ur",n
IVI.ttlni Enelea nrn Invttert tn ST.' lxt nnd-thrtonnatlonil
K rrtolr work Is satisfactory as to pricoi
ii and quality.
)Great typewriter bargains at A. U
.AXiciKn a tu. jieuuiu iiuiiiuifiiuii vin-
Ible for Vf, nemlngton No. 7, C0, No.
ViWth two color ribbon IC2 50, Undor-
wood o. t, w-.
jTio meats at tho Motropoljton Mui-
Jtet are well kept In it cold room and
wten delivered aro free from animal
lioat. This little cold storage stunt
juaKCs-tuo meni i -uer.
'Nothing bo .refreshing as a cold hot-
tie' of Coca Cola when ou aro tlreJ
nndrthtrsty. nelleveo fatigue and re-
Jreshps. Bottled exclusively by Ha-
whllan Soda vWorks, pliono BIG.
ffromendous price .pts op laco cut-
tains, bath towels nnd bed spreads bo-
lidn this morning at Sachs my
i Goods Co.
iMuiivj'nuviMfe wii lUMimr
ilia nrfi offered In this sain such ns aro
ciAirinni pn n in.
' WE HAVE WITH US
" ' 1i iV ' I --"J-
T TP1E 'youho.
Thursday, April 28.
Wm F Pogue, Wnlluku: Mr. and
Mrs. A bow New York, A. McKlnnoii,
.Walnlua. K ltlynma, City: MrM. A. K.
Jones, Lellehm, Mrs N II. Jlojt, Lel
1 AT TH HAWAIIAN.
Friday, April 29.
I., S Auugst, Hnltnlna;
Thompson New Hampshire;
RECITAL BY GARRENO
WAS MUSICAL.'! RlT
(By Sydriey Hoben.) '
Mme Unrrenu, ticcnmpiiuled by lier
husband, Slgnnr Tngllapletrn, two
daughter, and lady friend, nrrlvcd In
lono lulu r -lay b U- Mfcrnma. She
ha, been .offertDu frt.ii, nnAoiii.
nl d, moreoer, had the misfortune to
cut her left t liuinli ileenlv nnd had
'.' tt. t ZJht .,f i-iilil. 'here
KMLII lip 1MB 11IIHIK.11 111 JII.IJHIK liciu.
Met In the ope"h 'roadstead by1 Mr.
Sidney Uobeu, whom she had Known
In Germany, she griielouslly allowed
herself lo be porsinded. At the
wharf Mrr. Walter Hoffmann Joined
tho part), and motored them to the
Young Hotel, wuero Mine. Carreud
rested for the afterl oon ,nnd had
sumo needed nraolUe. for she had not
touched a piano since her Clnclniiitf
concert on Easter Sunday The rest
of the party' wore mutored round to
thcrXafl-aniT Watklkl by Mrs. lloff
nurniCwlfli whom they dined, and
Qnfcx ctmin-tn the. recital at the Ho-
nine; The theater proved nn eie-
Icnt-llUlocon:ert hull, exoeptlng for
ncrartinizinlTsconcertlng street noll.es.
r'Mmeicarrcno jilayed h famlllhr
program In her own Inimitable, man
ner. Opening with Ueethoven's So-r.ntrr-Aripasslonntn,
she followed with
a Chopin group Nocturne In Jl, Op.
gz; iiuttoTtiy i-.uiao wmperaiivciy
encored, as usual); Polonaise In A
flat, nnd Ilerceuse As encorb. lfcf
magnificent technique, warm feeling
and genuine spirit .were, always ap
parent, and It was grntlfyli.g to see
the enthusiasm ot the audience, who
recalled th'e vlrtuotdn many'" times
after each group. Sjhuinnnn'ti ethe
rlal "Vogel nls Prophet" preluded
oXMabDow ell's ple:oi "a
charming Ilarcorallc, notable for Us
ltnexpectcil Intorvnls, which glo
MacDoivcU's imusle Its originality;
tliejrllllant "Ilexuntanz," arid n Con
cerCEtAde full of rushing oitaveaand
il Sixth Rhap
sody of Liszt finished this delightful
recltal.-but Mme. Cnrrcilo hnd to add
a'n encore ,plecei her own iwnlU;
'Mla Tcrlslta."' " "
Mme, Carrei.o expressed herself
afterwards ns much pleased with tho
Intelligence nnd onthuslasm of her
audlonce-i-"They were Just Idvcly."
She and her hulband motored
round llor.qlnlu Saturday hiornlng
before leaving by the Mafnlna.
. C6hsldcrabla amiiurrllit VnV caus
ed the Jury and spectators this morn
lr)g In Jiidge hoblnsoii's court during
the tHal ior.tho Canlpboll-Hnckfild
caso, by the loss of memory of Camp
bell on Important points.
The plaintiff In tho case was on
the stand, nnd It was while being ex
amined by Attorney Frank Thompson
that hfs woeful lack of rnomqry be-
no old not Know
where Fort or Queoij streot were, nnd
he failed entirely to remember con
versations hetlind hold, nnd peoplo
with whom ho talked. '
In the finish at the examination,
Campbell did n short Marathon
around tho room at thb 'frquoat' of
Mr. Thompson, so (hat the Jurj;
might see how -he, could walk.
THOMAS' SUVA IAD
.Patrick Slhn, recelied a cablegram
announcing tho death' of his brother.
M. .. . .. .. . . r' .'
j nomas ua, in Portland last weCK,
Thomas Sllva was born In Honolulu'
' thlrty.scvcn years ago.jhavlng been" a
graduato of tho St. Louis Cojlego, with ,
1110 class in wnien enainr .i:oeino.
James Thompson and a number of oth-
cr well-known Hawallaus aro mem-
ners. lie left Hero cloven yennf ago
with n quintet club lmng been for
the past flvo yearn In' Poitland, ptaj-
Ing nt tho Portland Hotel. While llv-
Ing hero ho was In the offtco of tho
negisirar ot unnveyanceB, also Willi
j a. Magoqn and W. R. Castle. He
was married bur had no children.'
Tho conrt this morning- approve I
Iho final acepunts and discharged the
administrator of the esta,to of Tong
chqng Soy, who was Tong Ylek-Hln.
Soy diod'ln Tong Kn, Clilnt. Fobruarv
Q1 SJAA1 a.I IiIm tfrtiri.4A t.tl. A aL Ia.i.
ai. ii)vi. uitii mo cmuiu 111 inu luriiiury
win nmiraiadl at 419.354 09 nftcr hts
j..h." ' ':
t. , . t
LOCAL AND GENERAL I
ii 2 a: : 1
Telephone eds to havo Laiimlryj
called fop and delltercd quick. '
7 Sorted Auto for hire. Phono 199,
Jamed linker. Yoting Hotel Stand
Applejack, fresh frulta and distilled
water. Lelthond & Woodward, pliono
Up. till this morning H.Ti nlitrtmnhllei
ihnd been registered nt the police m.t
tlon. Call on Mike Pnton at the Encoro
Saloon .for a draft of fresh butter
milk. Embroidered trousseaus an, fancy
needlework. Mlb. II. Dell. 1C2 Holol
If you want a'good Job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen SL
Goemnr nnd Mrs. l'renr will bold
a reception at their homo In l'linalinu
this afternoon from 1 to fi o'clock
l'ollco Ofllcer No. 19 has lost hli
hadgo nnd nil) one finding It Is request
ed tuieturn it to the pollen sUllon
VI Bit Jack Huberts at -tho Kentili:).)
Saloon when J ou want liquid I "fresh
mejiL You rill get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
Thero woro seventy three cisesioi
tho police courtioslondnr this morning.
but sixty eight of them were alleged
' gamblers who wcro nrresteil on Sat
urday night f - i
(Sixty-eight i gambler faced Judpc
Amlrnde- this morning nt tho imlfcu
trttt fl rlnnn wni-n fittnil 47 nnnli ntiil
tho rMt ,mil ,hcr MHM SPnl ,nct tV.
a Ir Tbo I ec who In wel I and fav-
orably known in this city, has pur-
i chased an Interest In tho American
Stm Sundry and will nss;imo Its
I . ,.
Two solitary drunks nppqated nt tlm'of tho game: retain poiiosilpn iftf their property,
police court this morning and one of I Walaluas A. Flgclra. ef.; d. and their final lclpry over the hwIii
thom got n three months' pass to'c .... . , .... ,, ... ',.u.,
A .!.. I.nl.1 Tl, ll.. t.,,.1.1,,... ,..ll "" ' l''T, 11'.. H. 1.1'Ull.l-
ordered to pay a fins of; (4,
Cull nt the hou rooms and get
twenty-five flrecn Slnmrs free. Eery
thing in tho bIiow room Is free foi
Green Stamps' Call today" or any Hay
Deretanla opposite Tiro Station. '
"S'esterdny'a man wliose mme could
not bo learned was taken Into custody
by tho military authorities at Camp do
Hussy for taking pho-ographs ot tho
reservation. Ills camera nnd fllnn
This morning a wlreleiB was receli
ed from Wnlluku, Maul, culling for tho
arrest of a Japanesa who Is wanted
for burglary. Chief Mcnufflo expecta
to arrest tho man this afternoon on or
near the Manchuria.
'Today a satisfaction of Judgment
against the garnishees was filed tn
court In tho caso of MarshalUWclls
Hardwaro Company ns plaintiffs
against Joseph .W, Podmnro defendant,
nnd 8. M. Damon and Allen W. T.
Ilottomlcj, garnishees. Tho amount
In volved was S137.43.
T. M. Correa. couslil of Rep. forrea.
hai resigned his position as bookkeep
er with tho Oahu Ice Co. today, Mr.
Correa was presented with a vatr of
gold cuff buttons In behalf of tho com
pany. Mr. Senbitry making tho pie-
konjntinu speech and leaves for Maul
tomorrow to toko charge of his fath
er's ranch in .Kulu, Mnul.
-s i i n Mi
ON WAIALUA ROAD
fCoYtinnedfromrFaee l.V '
leaving Halelwa and nt (ho bottom
of the hllloniwh!chi,Maeagcr Oood
olc's roildcnce la located.
Just ns'thls turn was being nogo-
tiSted 'there was a blow-out of tho
outside rear tire. Tho machine
skidded 'toward Ii.e gulch and was
brought practically to a standstill In
two lcLgths of tho machine. The
skid carried. Lord to the edge, and
the machine tipped up on tho side,
spilling the occupants' 6ut.'' LoVtt
did .not Jumti, hut staed with his
machine nid was sitting o'l the edge
of his driver's sent when the whole
thing Anally camo to n standstill.
The tilting Of th"! machine canned
the .nil 'id tako flio. Bnd tho bugluo
ns cblhriletefy b't rnefr out and the
hnv 'nfc 111
Anil hnr'-nh' the' front1 nf W ma.
chlhe. Tile oil frtm 'tho' gasollhe
ta"nk wds shut off. '
Japanese ot the plantation wl'o
ere rlearby shoveled jllrt on tho en
glno,aW1put'tho''nre oit." '
WllWnV.. A'1lltif.lDnn luhn l.n,ifht
MllllMltl H iiitHiitawM, .,. M.u.....k
Mrt. Lo'd home lu liljS machine apd
was TolloWtne lldio behind' the
h'ome'lu'lils machine apd ,
a t.atiln.1 thftl
";: "i "".iy" l""v "
to Mrs. Lord was very slight. 116
nlso sajs that ho' did ot s'eo nn
qno who had been Imprisoned be
neath, a burning mach'lne, Tjie ppo
ple .who enme along later assisted In
tilting the Lord machine buck on Its
wheels, where It now rests besldo-Ute
road fit Walnlua. Those In the auto
were Mr.'nnd Mrs. p. 4 rd.'Mr.'
and Mrs," We'ljl), Mr. and Sirs, llotcd
k'lss nn!) Mr. Morrison ot tho McRao
INVESTIGATION BY SUGAR I
PROBERS REACHES, COAST
(Continued from Pace 1.)
cd altogether to an alleged comblua
tlon t tho sngar refineries. When the
rcuuvrivH ui niu a-uv with uivcBiiKac
eUMt! was found that tho government
was being defrauded of large, sums of
money xor amies uy-iue American aug- -tno oner to iiccomo pastor oi j-aia nnu ,
or Refinery Company thrqugh tho une. Haiku natlvo cburchca on Maul, as thil
of 'flxe'd'' scales, Tho fraud was ex-'Inducements hno not been strong and
po3ed'nnd the1 qompany'forced to make 'flattering enough to mnko htm give up
restitution. Attorney General Wick-
oronain unci aecruiary nmoveagu oj
the treasury dispatched Knapp to Snn
Francisco to Investigate 'local copill-,
jtlons. Special Agdnt Gecrgo E. Chaip
nlnir of tho treasury was Uso sent out.
It Is roported th-at no frauds were ills-
covered 'among tho western 'rpflpcrlM
Tlio Department of Justice 'decided,
however, 'to prpbe' for n possible conv
l.lvt Alst m 0 wtitot nn 9 mi rrn m tfVvitAwd
u muiiuu ii vvcii nMbti ijivuuvui
and Knnnn was instructed to InVestt-.cr
. -.-- "...- i-i-J-- .- At-- t-. j
cam ine Biiuaiiun' iilto iii iiiul reKuru
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. I0VE.
A nry Interesting gnmn nf bte
ball between Die Witlnliiii mill tln
I'.wns tool, pin e nil Hie Inline tin-
motid jeslerdny In lie urdnnui with
ine jiiri series or urn uiinrri.iiu i- jiini inn lo ueieei 111 II qunilllci
tlnn IMclinll League, 'lhe Wnl.liili whhfi they nrc sum In admire. Hex
aggregation, binder Captain Lincoln Heath linn put enough litiniin Inter
A. Achlif, woie tho winners of the eit iind ilriimn'dc material luln "Tlin
day, dc felling the. HWn phiilntlon
team to the limn of II to S, to tho
gieat delight of the Wnhliia fans.
The gnniQ wns exciting Ihrnughout,
am) some flfio playing was donn by
the winning tetn)
Twlrler Arao of Oe Wilnlu-M
pllehed a very good game, with nine
Klrlkn outs to his iredlt, niiil wnHiibly;ple.itn.ihlu and work out logically In
assisted behind the bit by Illncl.Klullh
Kcunanni. ;i held us a falllj goOl
sired ciowil to see the game, and (he
fain cheered loudly for their ft
Mirltcs. -" ' - '
After the game, the vldtlng teim
lim., Anl .. I.-. I Ann I lnK1i(iie-n
whct0 C( ,,lln,.r w1l) ,l)rca,y pfr-lRastrrii uipltnllKts. Nearly cvory-
pnrcd. and a most pleasant lime was' body In the g.e.U We,t haxe read the
h . ,, ,fta 0ClP8S , Bav lhnt
,,,.,,.,. ., ,,..,. ,,... ,,.. ,J ; ,' ., , ,, , ,, , , .' ..
aho Walnlunb will pla) the Wnla-.irt It-att half nf then! remember the
naes this coming Suudn. May 8. story of tho struggles and hardships
IVillnwInw u II... Ill ..in rtiwl .rnrn nf nlnnlaln. nn,1 l.ra . ,vm.,...lnnu In
onn, e.; M. Toci, If.; I,. A bin (cap
tain), 2b; J. Alnmni'lihi, rf ; II.
I'lemer, hh.; H. Arnn, p.
linns . I. lllliiH. e.; M Hoitilguet,
3b.: C. Cllrt In. lb.; Wm. Me)or (cni
taln), 2b.; .1, -Lalng, rf ; Sato, ss.;
Fernandez, p,; Cordclrn.i, cf.; Tra
vena, If.; Soiizn, If.
Score by Innings: '
1234 f. fi 7S9
Ewns 0 0 o I I I 2 .1
Wnlilua . ...1 0 1 ".ft 1 2 3 il
(Special to the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n.)
WAILUKU, Mnil. April 29. Dlaso
no, the Japanoso prlnoner who escnp
cd from tho prison gang Inst week
wns cnpliued by Policeman Scqulcri
near Ihc oil tanks of the Union Oil
Co. of California nt" Kahiilul . lart
Thursday evening, rfrfd Is now s'afely
lodged In Jail again. Atrcwnrd of tJ'i
wns offerod'by Sheriff W. ,B. Saffery
for his capture and tho rtwnnl will
now go lo thu former.
GREET REV. MR.1JDD
(Special to the Bulletin.) )
WAILUKU. MAUI, April 29. Man
ngcr K. J. Walker of I'unncno Store
and Mrs. Walker gave a reception of
wolcomo (o Ruv. nnd Mrs. Henry Judil,
ami also to-Jlcv. Mr. Wultrlp, tho out
going pastor of Kahiillil Union church,
nt their homo nt Kahiilul last Wed-
ncnlayi evening which was ono of tho
tiliina itilnat mrmita if 1 li A t nnn Imlnw 1
Hrnr.e. ,," i J . , - '.Te 'm.. h .
lug peoplo. but nlso by 'tho numerous
friends of both tho Incoming and tlio
outgoing pastor. Rev. Mr. Judd Is u
young' man highly Imbued with n Bplrlt tho piatter of Charles P. Wlldor, As
to do his best nnd to give up Ills Ufa fQS80r 0f Tam, First DMsloi, Tcr
for (he cause of humnlty nnd ho Is j, , f UmM vlaUltl V8, u,0 ,
nobly u ded In his high Idea s by lilts ' . ' ' ' ,,.. ..'..
wlfo who will bd heln meet to hlin NbP. Chu Qiioii, Hlng long, 'iouilg
In the truest nenso of Iho word.
HATTIE TO HONOLULU.
(Special to -the Bulletin.)
WAILUKU, Maul April 29. Jas. A.
i"lc. stenographer or tnp uanuiii
Rnllroad Company, has resigned, anl
will leave for. Honolulu next Wcdncs-
day whero he expects lo make hU
homo In the future. "Jimmy" hn3 been
a bOKobalt cnthuslastjand many of tin
oxcollont Intcr-Uland. games played
hero have been rtmnlo his onrgy and
,!. , . .l ..,. 1 ,.. ..
- ."', ."' """ kJrl'Z
. '.. ... ' ... ..
,is uonniuiirs gain. lls, anuanio witq
w 11 also grace Honolulu social as well
nn -church circles.
ORDAIN REV. MANAGE.
(Special to the 0 u 1 1 e 1 1 n.)
WAILUKU, Maul. April 29.-Mr. II.'" J, u , u "' "'"',
Mannsc, son of Rev. J. Manaso. will bo lrclnnf orMccrlbed us
ordained nastor of the Honokohnu nnd eBW ' satisfy -tho bii!
ordained pastor of the Honokohnu nnd
Knhakuloa diatlve chnrohes next Sun-
day morning by Hovh. It. I). Dodgo.l
nurnham .L. U. Kaiimohclw;n nnd D. K.t'
White. The ordination services w-
tako place at ten o'clock Sunday morh-
!lng-dt tho Honokohait church. Thb
tnew pastor wns formerly nn cmpioyco,
Iiifi lnaan I nil nun P. 'flnillfA llnilH.
Lowers & Coolio, Hnno-
REV. KELIIPIO RESIGNS.
(Speelal'to the Bulletin.)
WAILUKU Maul. April 29, Rov. L.
D. Kclllplo, pastor ,of tho Halelwal", ,,""', pn7 , ',,? A ' , ' intus with wllch tho shlp'ls e.ulppi
church Walnhiv lOnhn. has declined l ""y"1 i aient iso. iJ-iii, Apaua VwftR S00n in communlcjtIi.n with t
his labors In his present Held. A pis-
lor is greouy neeiioti in uirsu vm-in
pastoiates nn Maul and llkcly-tho offer
will boiextendod to some othor worthy
parlors who aro not In nctlvo ministry
Tong Ylck Hln w,s today appoint-
od gusrdlan of T6ng Cheong anl,
Tnnr T.iim nnnn nf. Tnnff Phnni? Rov I
Fia.I a l. u.u..4 B iL . a Aim . I
iuuct'ifneu. ai iiih mniiML ui iiih inuiti'i
I.oimtr ht. Tloiulfor-, J4.000 waal
tw4 . -" Ut fcTJii J-
'rnniron t.w- t
"The Spoilers," whlelu will rnrno tn
the Opern House mi nnt Thursday
night. Is Ingeniously constructed, nlld
lovers nf lil,iln drnnintle l.rtlon i'nn
Spoiler" for half n iliirrn ph,s.
Euell i.f tho lending charm teis ot
this great phy combine eiiougli defi
nite trulls to equip a Wiolo commu
nity of 'people. "Yet 1.4 Intrlctte
rnmlf;lng It tererts nte pieced and
dntet.illtil together with oxtrnordi-
nnry tncluil al kUIII; they aro nil
The Bconc1? are l.itd In thb gold-
fleMi. of Alaska, with Nome as tho
canW of (nterest. and tho story of
tho piny litrtgej around tho attempted
swindle of Ihn miners of Nome nnd
Itliltilf U i, inllnnl.. ..i nnU1.il
' Mr, MiRae has staged lhl p'ay In
a sumptuous niani.er, nnd the lonw
linn)- will bn seen to giMul lidviililnge.
' (Spcdai to the D'li 1 1 e 1 1 n.) v
WAILUKU. Maul. April 29. Cap
tain W. E. Hal. Ritperlnteiident of
S roads, Ih now Imny with n largo Ring
I of men under llnad l.uiin Geo. Weight.
MittliiR llio new Wnlluku I'nik In no
thhnV". Ono of Hie fenlnreH will be n,
Ihlrlj-foot oiled rond niimud tlio eu
tiro grnnuds, and II Is expected that
tho rond would be built with a view
of making It useful, for fnturo trnck
moets for rising aspirants In the ath
EEAL ESTATE , TRANSACTIONS.
Entered .for Record .Aorll 30, 1910,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Henry Waterhouso Tr Co Ltd Tj (n
Henry C. Hrown i Rel
Entered for Record May 2, 1910,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
A N Hnyseldcn to Peter 'Knhakauila
Jope N Aiicclmo to John A. Rulx ct
John A. .dos Rots and wf In Young
Men's Snvs Soc Ltd .i ...M
W J' Hoopal to William J. Coclho...L
Kaea (w) to William Henry D
NEW - TO-DAY
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE) '
UmW niiil by vlrtuo of n cortntu
Welt nt PvoiiiHnn facitn.1 1ir tltn Ilntl.
.'M l'rnk AnUmdo. District Mag
la""a, r Honolulu. City tind County
of Honolulu, Territory of Haw.ill, ou
tlio 27th dh of April, A. D, 1910, In
Vnii Chuck, Kwong Took Umg(
Kwong Sing, Ah Leong for Hop Wo
Company, nil of Honolulu, co-partners,
doing hush esa under tho firm
numo and btjlo of Pob W'U 'i'on'g Com
pany, Defondiluts, 1 did make lie-
tin n .1 At iMimonl nf fVia oii t TiorA.
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" namca '"7" co "" """" V
SB "s Picaldont, and dho snnio bo.
ins lofused, I did ou the 2nd day of
May, A.J), 1911), levy upon nnd """U
offer for saluiand soli nt public nuc-
t-lolli t0 , nghe,t bidder, nt the
" -w ..u ,..,..a. m.mhu., .. h ....
City Auction Rmims, Merchant street
ITnn.iltil,. f-lt nti1 Hnnhlv ..f. llmn
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iiii'i. .iirriiury in iiuwbii. hl -
o'ildck noon of "Siturday, the ' tUi
ilay1 at Juho, A. D. 49l0, all of tho
Iglit, title anil interest of the said
Pou Wo Toug Compaii), Defcudnuts,
In and to bo much of the property
inns' bd neci
ezsary'lii satlnfy-tho biiiu amount or
four .liiuuitoii iiqil Tiitriy-oignt
(J 138.00) Dollars, that liilug tio
amonnt for which snld exctutlon
lKSllC(1 t0Bether w)th Iltorest, costs
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Pronertv to Be Sold. '
lot AH the right, title and inter
est of snld Poo, Wo Tong Compal.y
lu and to that certain lease from Y.
Illilli fi.wl Pin! rlnnn In Tlrtn XVni'Pnnf.
Ccupnity, dated the eighth day or
AUKiist A D 19'01 bolbir n nortlon
AUMOH. . u uui, uoing a portion
" "".., ...... ..iiiilul)na wim .,
2nd AH tho right, tltlo hi.d In-
torQst of mild' Too Wo Tohg Company
n mu i0 tnat tert,tln lease froin Lee
m j.g( (o ,,00 Wo T Camnany
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,, 101 ' . , ' ,. At,,,1' A;
u- -'u poing a pornon or ltoyal
Patent No. 2063 to Paulo, with tho
I lorms: Cash In United Statet
Dated May 2 A
WM. HENRY. I
!. Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
Sunday, Maj 1.
Maul and Molol.nl ports Mlknhnln,
stmr,, n. in.
Kauai ports Klnaii, stmr., n. m.
Kannl iiorlH l.lkollke. hlinr., a. ni
Newcastle, N. H. V.'.T merle, III-.
stmr., 10 n. m.
Mntnlnv Mav 2.
Han tranlsco Manchuria, p. M". S.
S', S n. nj,
VE881L8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va.-RoBebauk. Ilr. stmr.
Tuesday, May 3.'
San FranclBcn nnd Seattle llyades,
M. N. S. S.
Wednesday. May 4.
Manila l.i Japan ports I.ogan, U.
S. A. T.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
for P. M. S. 8. Mnnchnrla.frnm Snn
1. L.2 AK:
" " "". "- " "".'"
Mrs. E. B. Auorbich. Judge S. M. Hal
ton. Mrs. 8. M, Hallou. Frank Ilorwln,
Arthur .M. Drown, .Mrs. Ariniir ai.
Hrown, E. IL Hrynn. MrB.I E. II. Hry
an, E A. Uuiiltpr Mrs. E. A. Hunker,
Miss P. 1.. Hunker. Mrs. Clara Dunp-
Inn, John II. Hlnes, Hov. S. HAndn,
Mrs. Warren Jennings. F. Knrlgcr, 11.
Kellcrmnnn. IU 1, I.I11I6,- Miss N.
Lloyd. M. A. MeConley. Mrs. M. A.
McConley, It. J. McDonald. Mrs. H..I
McDonald. Horace II. Miller. Miss M
Annie Miller, II. 0. Nobcker. Mrs. IU
O. -Ncbcker R. r. Oakes, Mrs. H. 1.
Oakcs. Mrs. II. S. Pirmalco Dr. It. C.
I.. Pnrlclna W T-rniiW Plnrert Mrs
Kiln N. Pierce. Mrs. Jack Roberts, b.
W Shanks. Mrs. D. W. ShankH. Miss
Almn W. Shanks. P. II. Smith Mrs.
F. H Smith, Mrs. M. O. Smith. Sup
geon O. T. Smith U. S. N.. Geo. Tucli
cr Smith, Jr., W. M. Speyer, Joseph
Stern. Mlrs V. Upholt A. r. Van Os
Iran, Mrs. J. T. Wnrr'ii. John 0. Wool
iv Mm .'.lnlm fi. Wrmllev. .1. J. Yii-
wi('K a. a. Yniing. For Yokohama:
fi:. k, illggM, Rev, A M. Cnnnliiglinm.
m.. a m r'uniitnolinm n I. r.rneli
per. J. it. Hopkins. 'Mi a. . I R. Hopklin
W. II. Hay. Dr. Helix Orloff, Miss Con
ctnnco Orloff. Dr. It'ibcrt Porgcs E.
Whlto, Mrs. E White. M. Ziimoto. Mrs,
w. II. Hay. For Shanghai: Rev. A,
C. Bowon. Mrs. A. u. uowen. jhiss
Francos J. Dowcn Master Albert L
nowen, H. A. Everett nnd valet. II.
Evors, Or. T. M, Moore, tor Hong
kong: E. J. Albertson Mrs. E. J. Al-
bsrtsnn. P. L. Anton, E. .1. finclianan,
Mrs. Lulu Cniible. Cheng Chi Fnt Hr,
Cheng Clil Fnt nnd Infant. Mnstor
Qheng Emlllo, Master Cheng Vlllla.
H, P. Cope. Mrs. II. iP. Copo and In
fnnt. Miss May n. Curtis. Walter L,
Ewlng. Mrs. Walter L. Ewlng Miss
Geneva EAIng. Mm. Silas S. Feetei
Edwnid J. Flynii J. J. Grlllln, Mrs. J.
J, Grlllln, W. MclniUjio, I. Mclndoo,
Mrs. A. N. McLean. F. F. G. Harper,
Mrs. r. I . G. Harper. George Hender
son. Miss V. Louisa Herrlck, Mrs. II.
E. JonktnB, J. 0. McClurg, W. J. Mc-
Kee, wrs. w. J. MCKee, mik map
garet L. McKcc, Jose M. Manatiat
Mrs. J Pso M, Manapat, L. A. Ming
William G. Pnttlngor," II. HiishcII. Mm.
II. Jlussell, Harry Weber, Kaxpai
Wilier, Mrs. W. Melpdoo.
'Per Btmr. Klnnil. from KaiiaLnortM,
Mny 1. Geo. N. Wllcnxi Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Wilcox, Francis Gay Qco. II.
Fnlrchlld. ,E. A. Kmtdven, J. D. Tuck
er, Dr. F. D. Sandow, Mrs. B. D. Hald
win. Master E. D. Baldwin,, Master C.
D. naldwlnMlsa L. Day, Mr, apd Mrn.
C. E. Kellogg. Mrsl'-E. K. Kaneakuft.
L. Austin', S. Spltzor. J. D. VamBaalen.
Chas. Remington Mis. C. A. McKen
ney, MrB. T. J. King, A. 11. Lindsay,
Goo. i:. smithies, jacK iicrgstrom, a.
S. Prescott. Hoe Fat, In Kwal, Mr.
Rroadbcnt, Miss Lmdo, Mlsa Rosa I'er.
nandez, Miss K. Souza, A. Wallace. I.
J.iHJorlh, Mr. Hosobo. Mrs. II. Crabbe.
Master Crabbe, Mrs.-Tlllanl and 2 chil
dren. Miss kelckn, Mr. Jorgenscn nnd
1 1 M I j i ' u Ii
The Malson Navigation steamer
Lurllno went. Iqto Snn Francisco under
n July rig according to (ho Call of
April 21, which says:
The Matsou Navigation Company a
steamer Lilrllno, 'Captain Henry F.
Wooden, which broke Hi rudder nt
2(30 o'clock i u. in, Monday, when GOO
miles from dhla port, arrlvod yoster-
nay ntornoon irom Honolulu with nil
on board well. When the rudder Block
carried away tho sea was smooth and
the lino weather .continued all tho way
to port. aTIio nccldcntiddcd a couple
of'dajH to tho-voyago. '
Tho rudder broko wnorctlio stock Is
riveted on. At daylight Monday Dont
swain P. McPhersou was loworcd ovor
thojttem, and In about an hour and n
half ho had Jury steering gear secure-'
ly s.incklcd on to tho rudder. Ths
served fairly well, and when -2,800 feft
ot nawsor was paid out astern the
Lurilno maintained Its course very Bat.
Purser Charlos Jl. Warron, vho nlto
'operates the MaBSlo wlrolcBS appar.
. ... h, . ,. ...,, M11ilin,i
land and Iho 'army lianspoit atoridan
and If mulstanao had bcon uoficd tho
army Hhlp wns ,wthln Icnll, -'
Margaret G. 8ned-KnnerBley of
uttoxctcr, Statford County, England
,aR elected to takp tho provision madu
ncr hy (ne w,( ot )l(Jr mi3ualui ciem-
,(n. snewl.Kvimerslcv ileec-med whnnn
Ulll probntod. rn Honolulu was mado
August S, a905.
MR. E. ,KOPKE ipn beep appnlntod
SL8 B.urPJ.' f?r .Dl,r?? Veritas for Gio
IPoit pt Honolulu.
genera) ofilcca on Nuuanu street.
Sundny, May l.
-Koaiihou, stmr., I
VE8SELS TO DEPART
Monday, May 2.
Japiu ports nnd Hongkong Man
churia, P. M. S. S., 6 p. tn,
Japan ports and Hongkong Manshil
Mnru, Jap. stmr., p. m.
Knual ports Noeau, Btmr.
Tuesday, May 3.
Kona nnd Knu ports Manna I .on,
Illlo via way porta Manna Kea.
Maul nnd Moloknl ports' Mlkahala,
Knual ports Klnait, Btmr.
I PA88ENOER3 ARRIVED '
Per stmr. Mlkahala, from Molokal
nud Maul ports, May 1. C. II. Cooko,
J. D. McVeigh, W. C. Jefforls, Sister
Albcrtlne, Mr. Robinson, Mi's. Mcln
tyro, Lang Fnn, D. McCorriston, Mr.
Stokes, Mrs. LI ml I, Mrs. Kami.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa.'for Kona nnd
Kan porlB, Mny 3 L. 8. Aungst, R, .
McWavne, P. Peck, Miss F. Mnrquez.
T. C. Whlto. Mrs. Whlto, Mrs. II. D.
Diinnetlro, Chas. Dclllna, L. Warren.
U Per stmr. Claudlne, for Maul nnd
Hawaii imrts, April 29. A. HaneboM,
Miss E. Moler, Miss E. Mist, A. Gar
tonberg, Geo. Cooper, O. O. Kinney, II.
K. Smith, J. I). Wilson. Mrs. C. J.
Schocnlng, Miss Lindsay, W. F. Poguo,
C. rurncaux, A. M. Frelelra and 8
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, for Jliin and
way ports. May .1. Mrs. JJowBett, A.
WaterhoNso, F. Ty p. Waterhouso, F.
II, Kennedy, M. Ilardlng. R. S. Phelps,
MrB. PholpB, MrBl ir. It: Bryant, A. W.
Carter, Mm. Carter, II. Aklna, Mrs.
Aklna S. Alu, J. MeKallilun, H. E. Har
vej, II. II. Drown, A. M. Hrown, Mrs.
Ilrown, Mrs. C. 11. Fairer, Mrs. J. Ef
finger. Miss Ilandors, Mrs. M. A.
f MAILS. t
Mstls are rile nt Honolulu. Jrotu
points as follows:
Snn Francisco Por Chl)o Mnru, May
Yokohama Per Mongolia. May 7.
Colonies Per Manuka, May 23.
Vancouver Per Mnkura, May 27.
mhIIs will depart tor the following
"olnt as 'follows: -1
San Francisco Per Logan, May B.
Yokohama Per Mnquchurla, Mny 2.
Vancouver Per Manuka, May 25.
Colonics Per 'Mariiika, May 25.
Crook, at Manila.
Dlx, arrived Honolulu April -20.
Logan sailed from Manila April 14.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu tor
Manila April 14.
Sheridan, arrived at San Fwmclsco.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Monday, May 2,
SAN PEDnO Sailed Arll 30 Ilk. Al
lien Bcsse, cfor Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 1: S.
8. Virginian, from Sallna Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 1: Por.
War Ship San Onbrlel, for Honolulu.
ELEELE Sailed April 30: Sch. Tan
rus, for Pqrt Tpwnsond.
CASTLE & COOKE, the agents for
tho nowly acquired steamer Nevadan
by tho Malson Navigation Company,
nnnqunco the departure of that vessel
fropi Ban .Francisco on May Gth. Tlio
vessel Bhould arrive horo on Mny 13th
with passengers,, nnd perhaps nonw
mainland mall. '
T.IID RRITIRH FREIGHTER Tyra
crlc, one of tho sovernl steamships
operated byitho WelrUne has arrived
nt tho port with n shipment of Aus
tralian coal. The vessel camo up fioni
tho Antlpodos In twenty-sovon dayi,
experienced fair weather on the trip
and has proceeded to tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation coal bunkers to (Un
charge. Tho Tymerlc will loavo about.
torty-ono hundred tons of Australian
coal- at tho port nnd then proceed 'tr
tho coast for n cliartor.
HY THE PACIFIC Mall liner Mnn.
churla from San Francisco ithls morn
ing enmo tho details of tho abse'neo of
Captain Sandborg from his command
the Korea on th6. last trip lo tho
Orient. Tho homo of Captain Sand-
berg at Hollywood(Callfornla wns vis
ited by Old Mnn Stork. Ho left it
small paokago uion his visitation nud
upon investigation It proved to be ti
bouncing girl. Contain Bandborc Is
Boboduled to tnko 'itp the command of
ine Korea upon her arrival nt Ban.
Francisco next month.
THE LOCAL nuartermastcr'fl de
partment bas been ndvlsed that tho
United States army transport Ijgan
from Manila by tho way of Nagasaki,
Japan, nnd to nrrlvo horo on or nbonr
Thursday Is. bringing headquarters and
nrsi naitauon and troop A nnd -B of
tho Fifth .Flold Artllfory .which Is .to
bo stationed at tho ljrcld!q, San
Francisco. Tho vpssol Is also trans
porting the Thirty-fifth Coast Artl'-
THE UNITED STATES armv trej..
port Sheridan Is Boheduled to Hall imm
San Francisco on May Bfh ana no-
curiiiqg vio anvices rcceuod flt tho lo
cal quartermaster department, ,wlll
""Hi. niiiiiuui ui uiucers irom the
Second, Fifth, Sixth Cavalry as well as
those conneoted .with severaT inf'.
organizations. Tho transport should
" " niiuu uf inu woy ot uuatn.