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EVOfEW BULT,ET!N, HOJfOMTKJ. T. H., TUESDAY, MAT 8, 19X0.
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P ' ' ' 'A
R ' ThfUUMUAV
H ' imiuAi
R "' HATUWDAV
& All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
fr attend meeting? of local lodges I
tfeet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. nail
7:30 P. M.
niniur purtuirrnAt ucmucii ,wi
nAninc,Lnuinr.r.ny otner All0.
ENEFIC1AL A$Sn9IATI0N. clations cor
.'HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0.0. P.
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Meets ovcry Monday ovenlng at
7:30 In t. O. O. F. Hall, Fart Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Nobe Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU I0DGE, No. 1, K.
Meets every first and thlrd-Fil-
day ovenlng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
. corner Fort and Beretania. VIsltlnjH.
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
W.M. JONES, C. C. iijK
O. F. HEINE, K. It. 3
HONOLULU L0DQE 610, B. P. O.E.
i Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, I). P. 0.
J Elks, meets In their hall, on Klnij
j Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ting. Visiting. Brothers are cordially
;, Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. TLUEQEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B.-M.
! ' Meets every first, and third Thurs
days, of each month at Knights of
I Pythias Hall. VUltlng brothers cor-
dially Invited to attend.
J P. HiaaiNS, Sachem. :
I E. V, TODU, C. of R. ' ;
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
J Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
: NE8DAY cvonlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
rCeretanla and Fort streets.
"fVIslting Eagles are invited .to.at-
.., W. Hi RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
i WJL. McKINLEY L0DQE NO. 8,
fcjf K OF P.
'Meets oven' 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Kwilall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visit-
Kvilng brothors cordially Invited to nt-
11, A. TAYLOR, C. C.
.E. A. JACQBSON, K. R.
-fict a Good : Lens
We can give you your
choice of three, leading anai-.
ijiginats which we.carry'in'
t And -
i They are 'the right kimLfor
the best results. We also or-'
rder any make of lens.
Honolulu Photo ;
Supply 'Co., ttcl.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL1
FILMS AND CAMERAS
rrMiev vr yicsnuuiDf
T.V..ri.NPJ,y nc.a, ....
rdolM., .nd aot Mtria-
fOt tT polMBbQI.
WE HAVE WITH US
,, ,t 2 su-: ,
at Tr vour,c.
Monday, May 2.
W. M. Speycr. Han Francisco! Mr.
and Mrs. W, Frank Pierce, San Prat"
clscoj Mr. and Mrs. It. J. McDonald,
Butte, Mom.; ic. II. Ilrynn and wire,
ltedlamln C'nl : Mr. mid Mra. II.. P.
Oakes, 'San Francisco- Mr. and Mr.
A.t.M. Ilrawii, H.in Francisco; Joseph
Stearns. Now Yorkf Joseph J. Yawlu,
St. Louis! Dr. II. C. L. Perkins, City;
C. .1, Olsen, city.
Sunday, May 1.
A. S Wilcox and wllu Kauai! E. A
Knudrn, Kauai; Dr. 1). I. Saunders,
Kauai; Mrs. A. C. McKlnnoy, Bay
Kranclrcof Mix. II. D. Baldwin null
child, Knnnl; E. II. W llroadtiont, 1.1
line;' (loo. II. I'ulrrhlld, Knual: M. On
Saturday. Aor'l 30.
A It- Scott nnd wfc. Wisconsin; It.
R, Hr.vni t; iKoliulaf J. TV JffCrosson,
Hawaii; W. Murray, Philippines; It.
Qullin, Hllo; F. Schmidt, Golsonklo-
chon; Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. Tennon, lllln;
Mr. am Mrs. M. flrnsch, city; J.I.
Fleming. Wahlawnii A. L. .lames. Jr.,
LLellchuu: P, II. Phcr'dan, l.ellchua;
0. w. McLeod,, Wnlpnhu.
Monday, Miy 2.
Mre. II, O. Diistnn, Sta. Monica,
Cal.; iMrH I.. C. Steel'and child, .city;
Mr. and Mrs. F. It. II. Price city; A.
C. (llhli, Ilonnknn; Jai, RobertH nnd
wife, c!tj ( M. Jomcciitiel, Wnhlawu.
Sunday, Vay I.
A, II. Lllulsav llon.ikaa; Mrs. C. II.,
Olsen, Kahtilul; Mist Grace Olsen,
Kahulul; W A. Clghorn. Wahlawa'
Saturday. Aoril 30.
uiiss7.m. ii, Biarniru. ciry; i it.
tW UJJ i ' . WWFB,JCm . M
X K-IIIWIKS, If, V.4 --
Poultney Bieelow Reported as Stat-
; 'J Wk Paciflo Jloil or Government
t- Would jeay4Damageilox com
pulsory Vaccination. '
Vowing vengeance on someone
ond with an arm stl'l badly swollen
from .compulsory vaccination on the
Manchuria hcie upon arrival from
the Qrlent, Poultuey Illgelnw loft, by
the Sierra last week.
From remarks which the noted
Journalist mado before leaving the
fair, chorea of Hawaii, the Pacific
Mall company or the llnllod Statci
Government ! , going to lie, In scrl
oui! trouble shortly for compelling
Ulm to be va,jclnatcd.
It was on the last trip of tho Man
churia from the Ea.t that Mr. Ilge
law came to Honolulu. Thorq was
8?ma .Bmalliiox on ,board tho vessel
among the steeragq passengers,, and
tho local quur.intlne,. officials vaccj
listed, all passengers on, board before
releasing tho thlp from quarantine.
Air. lllgelow. protested violently to
Mcclnatlon, but his protestg were of
no. ayall, and with tho otper passen-
gersv and crow numbering 838t he
had tbe virus put'luto his system.
The vaccination "took" in, good
shape in the case of Mr.- nigelow
Indeed, almost too well and all, the
time he was. hero .and even. whenJie
salted, he. had a, large arm caused liy
thet worklpg of tjio .vacclne,.rt ,
As. he was sailing away he vowed
vengeance upon someone the Pa
cific1 Mall company In particular, if
ne cquiun't gei ia uiq wn.oie govern
ment and .promised that tere
would .io Bomctlijng doing after he
reached thd Coast,
Jnrdann nre dolne a blir buslnnsH In
white goods at their special sale thin ,
Tho 'caro used In the selection of
tho tobaccd and In the .making ac
counts for th& .great Tiopuiarlty of Iho
I Owl cigar tho' best 'five-cent , cigar
I Tho new storo of Dunn's Hat Shop,
1221-23-25 Fort street, above liotel
street, presents a very attractlYo pp
pearanco with Its handsome, fixtures
anu me ueauiuui naia aispioyrp iu,iia
Honolulu Construction and
SHOPPING NhWS '
?'e.C?L' 12 ,"S' ?x51.Tohn. no Mello to Mr. Yoshlda
in inn ininr.iHinnn limn- i.Hifiiiuu .
to U10 Inter-Island olflco. telephopo
281, have specially selected wqod and
ooal for cooking purposes. , Place a.
nun viuvi,, ,
If JOII want your carbon copy to ho
clear, ond n carbon copy ,1s of io
value unless It Is clear, bo'Buro to uso
Keo Lex; Cnrbon-,U)o non-grense,,uon-
Isinut carbon. For salo by thoJUa-
l..ll v. .., w I Triillo,1.
& Coa Pure Prepared Paint and yon
... ... ,,i , . .., . -
'"' , '' w "t '" "0. , P'i
,Z't .' o dm.xFe0datn i
3 economical. For sale by Low-
Cooko, Ltd., 177 South King
LOCAL AND GENERAL I RAnaAfiF teluYa '
Telophono GQI to hayo I-vindr!
caneu lor, anu ueuvcreu quick.
7-Seated Auto, for JUre. Phono 1D9
James Baker. Young Hotel Stnnd.
Applejack, frceh fruits nnd distilled
water. Ixlthfnil & Woodward, phono
Call on Mike. Paton at the Encore
Saloon Tor a draft of 'Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered ti'oiissenus and fancy
needlework. Mrt, II. Bell, 12 Hotel
A snvero lllneis Is reported id bo
confining Jndgo Andrew, of llljo, jo
Manager Brondhent of Orovo Farm,
I.lliuo. Is in town for a few days on n
business trip. '
If )ou" want n good Job donn on an
auto or carriage tako It lo Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St,
Sam Kanekal, charged with disobey.
Irtg; a hark Inspector, had hit case
Rtilcken nt tho police court (Ills morn
J. I). Dole was a pa'.RCiiRr for Mr-
OreRor' on Maul. He snllcd nt, no;ti
tw.i.ij ttj in,, ,i,iv;i'ini.i.iii nicuiiii-r 1IH
United Stales District Attorney
Rrcckons' Injured knee Is htlll a houroi
of (rouble lo him. lib wai at his tirflco
J. O. Prntl, wai booked for pasago
to Knnn and Kan ports by tho Inter
Island slea,mer launA I.ni nlllnj; nt
'"f. 0. While nnd Charles lielllna
wero ainong tho'deparHnj,, pissengtrs
fn'r Kona and Kail ports b) the steam
er Manna T.na.
Captain W. Ilawes t.nd C. F. I.chni
er were iiascngorB to Hllo by I ho
steamer Mnnna Koa sailing for tnu
big Island ntjioon lo.ny. "
Visit Jack Roberts ot tho Kentucky
Saloon' ben you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods nhd
conrteoin treatment thcro.
Mrs., Haseg.twa, who wai nllegel lo
havd violated the llqiior law had the
case- against her riollo primed tliU
morning at the pollco court.
Twp soaks wero arrested lait nUht
and this morning appeared befoie,
Judgo.Andrade who fined them S3 each
or their lapse from sobriety,
.Tared Smith, the Mlawull tabaeco
planter returned lo Kallua by tho Ko
na nnd Kali liner Maunn Ixi.i nailing
for the Big Island nt neon today.
After being married for 17 jeari
Uml Suralmoto has filed a complaint
of nonisupport against her husband To-
lio. and asked for al3oluto dUorcp, '
Manuel Kcrrcira wno stoic snmo su
gar cano, was sent orcr to Audi's hos
pitable homo for a montn: Jimgo An-
drado extended tho-Invitation to Man-
, miss wauman ami miss tjuaries
nave arrived safely In Berlin, so an
nounce tho cablo report. They Bpcnt
some time In touring Southern Europe
whllo en route
Mr. Thos. Ix;o, who Is well and fav
orably known In this .city, has pur
Chasod nn, Interest In tho American
Steam I.atiridry and will assume Its
management from May 1. ,
Thcro was a consultation on' this
morning between Judges Dob nnd Rob
ertson nnd Architect Avery In' regard
to tho plans for tho new Federal build
ing to bo built In this city,,
K. Kahlla, who wan found guilty of
Rtertllntr tttn loaven of bread, was civ
en ten days in a place wbcro ho wonttj
hnvo much opportunity or annexing,
oreaa in any quaumics ior somo iimu.
VUII ItV UIQ OJIUV IISUMip UUll BUI
twenty-flvo Green Stamps free. Every
thing In tho show room Is free foi
Green Stamps. Call today or any day.
Beretania opposlto Fire Station.
Forester R; S. HoBmcr gAvo a very
Interesting paper on "Conservation"
before the Social Science, Club IhLt
met lastvoven(ng nt, thp j'csldehce of
Principal Perly Horno(''ICamehamchn
Eighteen Japanese were licfora
Judgo Cooper this morning charged
with' gambling, tha caso being on ap
peal from tho lower court. In tho
pollco court, tho offenders wero lined,
inur vt puy iivv uuu inu uuiufs iu jm;
17 and costs enclj.
Prof. J. S. Donaghho ot tha Collcgu
of Hawaii will be nt, tho, Kalraukl Ob
sorptory, Thursday mornlqg betwoen
the, hours ot 4 and 5, and cordially, In
vite's tho public's attendance. Profes
sor GUmoro win ,bo, thero trldny be
tween tho BHino hours.,
Helen, A, Cushlnglfam as administra
trix of tho estate of James It. Holt,
Jr., has filed a potttlon nnd flnul ac
count Ing, asking n nil Jiu 6'JU.us and
to bo charged with 'S10.C97.74. Mon
day Juno 13 has been set by tho court
as tho ilato upon which to hear Hie pe
High Sheriff Henry has rcturnel tho
execution issued against Kona Vine
yard pompony, Ltd, amounting to
C2L08.,i .favor ot William Wolters;
stating that no is unaujo to (inn any
property of-any-kind upon which to
lo.vy-ln satisfaction ot ,tho Judgment
EEAX ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 2, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p.rn.
Haiku Sugar Co ct al by Jdgo
adv united States of America
Western & Hawn Invst Co Ltd
to.O W HoQth Par Rel
C W Booth, and wf to Else GVS
8 'Wnldron , . . D
hn. Do Mello to Mrs Yoshlda
nn, uo mciio to Mrs vosniua
Ll'fl ., -.i '" V
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v t n . .-.., "
Martha llerger to Hildas Monoll..,P A
juuvukiiuiiiuk iu jv ii uuuuciu..
Rni,i,t, t T.nri in Frances M
Coon , . , , n
HV J' 1
T1lnllInrl,; -.,.,-., nmnn
. Tlio.popuiariy(oi lecmciiy among
i1'ESZw2i '"fi-?...1 n- I
,..l.h h.M, il. InhnMfinf.
or Mukden oro clamoring for lights.
, Aecorjl.ug lo .1, last ofllclo, r'.ffi SStl
the fishing fleet of Canada consists pt ,t , J 0X detention and "Mil.
- HKi YBSBela , and .39.905 bpats. th-j ' .VJL - J w I
holo manned by 71,070' men.
m mm mpi-iivm pnin i;iiu
- - - i-if ' ftT )) )) )KP
City Transfer Co.,' ' " x lr 3
' JAS. H. LOVE. PHONE 152. , .--
LADY CHAMPION TO
' M till. ME.
Mrsl Coulter Enters To:
' Whll Cup Tennis
Tcnnli Is on tho boom now and this
evening the entries for the Wall cup of pbout otty-four linndrol 'ions of
tournament will eloso nt llvo o'clock. Jnraneso coal nt tho port, was dls
The drawings for tho neut will tabu patched fdr SealllS- shortly after tho
plnco Immediately nftorwnids nnd piny noon hour todpy. Tho Irnnst.ort will
will Mart tomorrow. go out of commlbMnn upon arrival nt
Tho most Interesting feature of Ijm uget Sound, X)''VpsipI Is lo rocolvn
lonrnainerit Is tho entry of Mra. Cout- a general ovdrhaullng and will ho ntt
tcr, who will tr)r her htrqnglh ngnlnst tho Puget Sound-.Marilla run for sev
Iho men playcrH. She Is In class ono oral months. Tho transport Crook
and will, llko the mi-ro males, rocclvo may bo pressed Into service pendlnc
n handicap of halMlfteen from tho tho icp.il in to tho DIt.
Rerutch players. I m
Mii. Coulter Ih plalng In great form IT IS POSSIBLE lhat Iho newly In
nt irt-esent. nnd tho men will hnvo to tallrd flvo kilowatt wireless plant on
play ,up to hnvo n ctnnco of defeating howl thb Pnclflo Mall steamer Man
her. Low, Castlp nnd B. A. Cooko churla vtll ho given a thorough test
aro on scratch nnd tho balance of tho on tha (rip out lo Japan and Chin i.
ployeis aro In class one. Tho other Tho vessel was more or less In con
entries arc T. lllchardi, A. KIclianlK, utant touch with tho wlroless plants
It. II. Booth, C. O. HockiiB, Noel Dcorr on tho Puclflc Const and at Kahukti
nnd nny others who may enter boforo during tho voynga down from San
flvo o clock todqy. , Francisco. It la expected that nn at
Tho nnnual championship matches tempt will ho inado to establish a
will start on May IS. nnd some linn trans-oceanic wireless record.
(ennlH 1b-anticipate I Mm. Coulleri ,
will leaui for the Coast ronn nfler-l AITICR. HAVING discharged a
ardu nnd she will represent Hawaii mcnt nf nltralM nmotintlng to ner
against, all comers. According lo liiniu- (woithousand tons tho Toyo Klseii Knl
and files Mlsrf Hotrhklss Is plajlng In Bha freighter Mnnshu 'Maru whl be
great form, nnd lately defeated Mis dispatched for Japancso ixirts and
Mny Sutton 20. C-2 C 2. Tho locil Hongkong this afternoon. Tho essol
lady champion will have lo bo Iu ex- mB bceri Inylng alonssldo tho railway
rollout condition In order to compete wharf. II, Hackfold & Co. nrt the
with Iho two world-famous players. local ngents Ior4ho vrdsel. 1hoi:argo
A CLOSE SECOND :
ri n 1. 1 A !.
oierrdi Bear Uddosii on
By About Six
Thorn l nrnttO .!.. in .! hn'
' " ..-..-
difference Hi the time of tho arrival
nr Mm rwinin .inmRhVn tjtnrrn nnrf
the. Matson Navigation Wllholmlna
. o i-,i. ij.. '-. . it. .
at San 1 rancisco today, according to
cauicu which have been tecelved at,
the local agencies, of tho Honolulu-1
San Frunclico stoamers.
The Sierra is leported by tho ca- ociock iosi evening wun uysuuuuuu
bles oh having nrrived at the. Call- for tho con8t of Ial'in an" Hongkong,
forcSrtl-o'ckls gJS" Vu""
morning. This essol departed from W10 will leavo tho vessel at Yokoha
Honolulu fifteen minutes behind tho ma. The vessel carried a half dozen
Mntspit Navigation steamer Wilhel- laovcr passengers from this port,
mlna, TJio Oceanic boat carried, the I " . v .
mall destined for tha mainland. I ,TIIp ?CC.ANICTW ,a,rf i?8, 1,eon "?',
The Wllhelmlna. according , ad- &&?& tST
Vices received by Castle & Cooke, j.h0 ,ha ort tomorrow morning.
tho io.nl agents, anlved at San
rrnncisro at noon todny.
Doth liners clonrod from Honolulu
last Wednesdnr morning, taking
lair-sizeu lists ot parjengcrs and n
goodly thlpmrnL of products ot tha
According to a postal received
from John McCandless rrom Now Or-
leans. Mis MadcB Mr.r!an,lte wn
to Lteutoipnt lieiiWn of
, . . Hepburn of
cd Stntes revenue cutter sor-
Vice, on AprJl-28. . .
Tho romance-hecen In Honolulu,
when the hrldegroora-to-bainiot Miss
McCandless, while passing through
this city on his wnv to tlm Orient
Th ,,,! . . , 1 1 orl"t-
The marriage took placo In New
York and jvns, a- brilliant affair at
which a number' of the. groom's foi-
iow onicersnvero prefout,
FflR TANF THIFP
I Ull Ufltlu IIIILjI
It only rcnulrod'.the theft of about'.
ten Cents Worth nf Jirnr rnnn tn Iniwl
Mn,,fil.i,vrpl. n ." ,. ,.7,.
-Manuel, Ferrcira as a regular hoarder
ot ,1110 city and county bastllo for n
period of thirty days, ,
ji appears nowevcr mat tno terrelra
fcaturoa wero qulo amlllat; to Judge
lAndrade. Wherf thb Portug.ieso ,lid
ww Brragn j
morning charged wltl liavlne holnnd
morning charged with having hclncd
1, rascf to n couplo of sticks of sugar
-jyuiq rrom n Kiillhl Held, his Honor,
Mooked nver lla mini--ihlnnl n.i ,ir.
out a card which boro n completo rcr-
lord of Kerrclra
.The lad had been arrested at fivo
aiffcire.it erlo l vni.Thf ,!,,;
I "'. "". '''"' "'".W " " "'" ".""' '
nocks of iho D.imon oatntft.
Tho i)olico JudgQ thought that tho
mP"For Salo" cards nt Bulletin,
. vtttttcLa iu Annivc j i i - " i
ACCORDING to n wireless received
from Ihn tinned Klntes nrmy trnn
poit Ijigan, now rn route from Manila
lo Snn IVanclsco, th.it veiisnl will nr.
vivo off thli port nhoitt K o'cloclt ,ld
not iow morning". Tho ecsel In ho-ir
ing n small number of men lielonglim
lo nillltnry nrpanliatloni and It Is to
porleil that shout ono hundred civilian
linpscngerw nro en route from Ihs Phil
Ipplncit to tho hnmelnul. Ciiplnln
Onttner eo'iiKtrnellng qu irtermaster,
will sail for tho const liy tho Logan.
THE UNITED STATES army trans
port Dlx having finished tlio dlsch,argi)
brought to this port.liy the Jatincsf
freighter van lakivi on nt South j.mer
THE FREIGHT list brnii'Sht from
Kuual ports by tho Inter-Inland Btoaiu-
cr Klnau yesterday Included tho fol
lowing consignments: 5000 hags A
sugar, from Kekahn Sugar Co., 20
head cittlo, 22 barrels honey, 10(1 sacks
nrau, J sacKH rice, -n k:i'hh iuiii, .i
cm win ", 2 ww er
CASTLE & COOKE, tho (ocnl rop
rcsenlalhcs for tho Mat Don. Navlga
lion Company freighter llyudos, hat
recviYWl u wirwa .u u.u jitoii
(nc stcnmcP now en routo from scat-
tlo lo Honolulu should arrlvo h,er
early Wedncsdhy evening. The Hyndei
ment of freight, Including refrigerated
THE PACIFIC . MAIL liner Man
churln wia dlspntc)icd promptly nt 5
Tho Logan copies from Manila by thu
way of Nagasaki, -Japan ,nn,u win re
eclvo a prompt dlspatcn to asn i-Tan
c,se" at ,n "an,1H ' 'cJncn, nu-mei
THE LITTLE-American bark Allien
IBcsso, which lu'.t this port two monU
ngo with about a thousand tons ot
scrap Iron destined for ltpdondo, Cul
'Iforniu. has taken on a shlpineirt of
general merchandise nt San Diego auil
u.Ma.I fn llnnnl.ilii Th. hih.aI lntf
PU,II1 IUI ..W........U. ...U ,U.V. ..
tl10 southern California port on last
KAUAI SUGAR, awa'ting shipment,
according to u, report brought by the
Hteamer Kliinti Includes tho following
l'JmenU,: K, 8. M.. C550,bags: M- A.
K -.44,553. 0 & It i870; McB., 21.923;
AV.V7O0J' K. P., 3305: M. S. Co.. 10,600;
k. S. Co. 1700; U P., 9S95; H. M.,
1C2C7; O. F.,,3000,
., "a '
. IN ADDITION to aliot Bovontocn
,un,,rci1 tnn of carK 'r0' Oriental
lorts tho Pacific Mall, liner Mongolia.
;,,. rA, ,. iu. v,s
j8pan ports to San Francisco, will land
over two hundred RussianImmigrants
THE INTER18LAND steamer If.-
jjlanl was dispatched -for Hqwall pcrtrf
lliUllllllllb 01UJ1UHU1IU UUU IUWUII!1IU ill
upon' today. Tho -vessel will rctnrj
,v'Ml1 8,'lnnent? of ww w jii-eti
iulllt ul viuiiu,
AT. ? O'CLOCK. this afternoon, trp
imcrwmnu niu.iiigr nmciuio in BUltw;
i'1C(1 J ,M '" h Iortsi0t Uonokui
,u """'". .m .i mms
put-a general assortrncnt of cargy.
m llu ?CPA"Typ ot ,no, oonot
Tf.U,US. "" r1r,t T""n,!cn,1 f,or p"'
AIIen a reported. Tho vessel sallc.
?n asl Saturday with n'Ulilpincnt of
brought to Uils port by tho Intorlsland
steamer Mlkahaldincliuled 1008 sacks
fUBar. 12 1,alcs mB- 22cattlo ond C3
THE PORTUGUESE crulsor Snn
Gabriel has sailed from San Francisco
or iioiioiuiii. ino vessel is nxpccioii
tq arrlvo hero on orahout May 9
lnlelsl,n' "- P, ' WPP '
books, for salo at the Bullotln'
Pfflce, 60c each.
I WAIEHFHUNTNOTE9 i
Norfolk. Va.-ltosebank. Br, sjmr.
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Manila Via Jnpaii r'pSrti-i-ngan, O. , """.pTqrT.1 'rf rtnMM
g A f . - knn, A. 1L S. 3., ft p. ;n. .
'sa'n Francisco and Soattlo-Hyades, K""l POrts-W. (I. Hall, slmr., o
At N B S Pe'n
'a;,al' ''iSv M";"i ,ilmr- I Ka,ml "r,8Noc "-";: l& :
Hawaii and Maul ports-Claudlne,1 'onn and Knu ports-Mauna Ul,
ai,nr slmr., noon.
' Saturday, May 7, ' ,," v'a wn' porl Mauna Ko.t.,
Hongkong and Japan Sports Mon- slmr., noon.
Roiia, r. ai. H. m. -
lino via way iKiri iiiiuuu iwu.
Sunday, May 8,
Knual ports Klnau, tit in r.
Maul and Mntokol ports Mlknhala,
BY AID 0F,f EE
This morning at tho pollco station,
a Chine named Ah Fat, who has
been adjudged Insane, attempted In
commit Bulcldo by hanging himself
with his queuo to the liars of his
A turnkey In pacing the cell
heard u struggling sound, ai.d open
Ing the coll doer discovered
The Chlnea) was
cut down nnd In n short while wns
brought back lo earth, from which l-nye Robt. Calton, W. M.Spoyer. Mr.
h- ....... i.i i...,. .., i 1....1 i, I...,, nnd Mrs. E. A. Bunker. Miss 55. K-
ho would have rwapr.l had ho been , &, ,, nRri mm n. Harl.
nllowpd n few nilnnteii more lo hnnrf. Mr ,, MrB- T Mj nodwln, Miss Bun
He wns pretty well fnno us It, wns. urr, Mrs. L. Rider, Mr. and Mrs. liar
Tho Chlneso win later sent to tho rls'.'R W. T. Purvis, Mrs. Purvis, Miss
Insane nsylum. Sownll, Mrs. Sewall Miss Scott, Mrs.
I Hf l QiMlt Un. f lr rt,vtnn,l T.- Q
For n roi:ldri!itl(jti of $ I0JU
Annld E. Dickey hui Mild to Sllla II.
Pratt prone.-ty oh Niiuanti avrniia
which has been occupied by the
Tho land Included In tho sale
amounts to 21,390 saunre feet, and
tho papers In the Irnnsfor wcio filed
with the Bureau of'
The two sailors, Chamberlain and
whd wero, convicted of
u Jatn.ncs0 with n re
olver last week, In the icilmlnal.tcnberg. Geo. Coopcr.,0. Ot Kinney: Ii.
court, and sentenced lo pay heavy K. Smith, J. B. Wilson, Mrs,- C. J.
flhes, this morning hppeurcd bjforo ehocnlng. Miss Lindsay, W. F.-Pogtrj.
Judge Cooper with the ensh In hatid.j0- Eunieaux, A. M. l!Vctclra and, -.8
Chamberlain brought' forward 250Ch-mr. Malmn Kca( for rai0 am,
and Thompson S0.. both vlllu the wny ,)0rta. ,. j.Mr ' rjow'(. t T
costs of the ul( added.
May 2 It. ill ate & 'Cci.; dwell
Ing, near Fart and McCully; 11000.
May 2 M. K. Goto; cottage, King
. May 2 Lee Chun; rosldjnce, 22C8
Nuuanu street; $3700.
Mny, 2 CftyMlll Co.: 'dwelling,
,10th avenue, ICalmukl; $1800.
May 2 MaJno). dwelling, 9th nvo-
nuc, Knlmukl'r $1050.
May 2rY, Mlyno; dwelling, Par
ker street. Collego Hills; 2B00.
(May 2 tltbas and K,ruger; repairs,
Adams lane; $2C0.i
.May, 3-i-Koon Chock; lodging
house, Kukul street:' $3000.
STOCK MARKET DDU
-AND BONDS ARE SOLD
(Continued from Page 1.)
class stocks' Is sagging and occasion
ally sales aro mado nt a sacrifice.
Walalua sold, today nt 133, drop
ping a-dpllar a sharo from (ho prlcp
at which Iho stock sold yesterday af
ternoon. Oahu sold nt 30 nnd 35,75
Is bid. Brow cry stock sold nt 14, ahonf
Ing tho effect of tho prohibition cam
paign and inter-Island Bold at 125
proving that .tho dancer ot tho Minn.
slon of thit Intpr-Rtiiln timtni.nn i.. ... 1
.i r - m -"- .- m -... iivibu (at, i
iiar nui irigucneq tno buyers.
uuini-vu uuarua saics snowed ton
thousand dollars of Hllo Railway ami
Mcllrydo bonds sold nt 98.G0 und 99,
This suggests thnt eomo good man
has dqcldcd to ,scll his Invostmont
nnd use, his. montjy (for speculation
abroad. O. It, & L. stock sold nt 145
ami Hllo Railway common at 15.
i no mosi impressive slump is In Ha
wnllnti Cnmm,.l.l n... .: . I'"" "r iiuiuiwii. lun uieir TOllini
CSoe?3!W5 bB'Slh on!laUT V" M ''
ly 42 nskecV nnd no soles. Tho '-'
salo of thtsstock was at 42.25.
.Cheap stooks keep papo with thai .
rest ot tho market. 'Olaa Is r..r,n i.m A vvln nf.Raaiitu fe a-lnu Pnravm'
with tho exuectationa for thu vi...'i?
crop being twenty thousand tons and n
profit of two hundred thousand dol
lars, with a twenty-flvo thousand inn
Crop next year. .Mcllrvdii. Adding nlnnr.
nt p. en i.i.i ..V i ... . . ... "
hi. .v uiu uuu u.id nsuou, with no,J
Tha. payment of tho monih'a hu-i
(lends nnd tho advancq In tho price of
uum DiiKur 10 us inenocnva whllo tho
buyers nro working ontho basis that
"prices nro loo high," - I
Ida Kekona somo tlmo nco fllmi nl
complaint for divorco from her has-J
band Diamond Kekona nilnuW imi Iu.
hod failed tp'support hor, but'tho 6um-
was unable to he found In the Jurlsdlc-.
Hon Of tho court uml .In l.ollnvml In
tlon of tho court and .ia bellovr-d hi
bq living In Adnwo, Pa,
. Monday, May s.
JaPa" Pn n"(1 . iinKKong-,.Man.
Irhnrln. P. M. S. H.. fi P. m.
,.i VE83ELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, May 3,
Japan ports and Hongkong
Maru, Jap. slmr., p m.
Mnul nnd Molokal ports-
si mr., f p. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, Rtmr., C p. in.
Thursday, May S.
Knual ports W. O. Hall. slmr.
Snn Francisco Logan, U, 8. A. T.
Friday, May t.
Maul and Hawaii porls Claudlno,
Saturday, May 7.
Snn Frsanclfco Mongolia, P. M. ,
PAQ6ENQER8 BOOKED I
Per 6. 8. 3. Sierra, for San rran-
Cisco, May 18. Mrs. A. II. Lackland,
Mrs. S. E, Halstead, Mr. and Mrs.
Phrlps, Mrs. F. A. PotWr, Mr. ami
Xln H W Prtn.llntnn Mr nnd Mro
A. R. Scott. Mrs. J. R. Mdycrs.rMr.
nnd Mrs. L. T. Peck, Miss Earlo, .MIbb
F Donovan, Mrs. J. n. Collon. Mrs,
IScudder, Mrs,- Prosper, MUs Thatcher,
Bishop Itcstarlck, Mrs. W. C. Bailey,
T. ft, Bockus D. L. Conkllng Tdlss E.
J; Davidson. Miss K. Mi Davidson. Mr.
and Mrs. II. S. Dcnlson, Mrand Mm.
Krllnrr. II, Krllncr, A. M. Ilnwr.
. or. Rimr.. ninau, ion is.ni ai ponn.
Mav X Dr. Sandow 11r and Mrs.. A.
S. Wilcox E. Broadbcnt. B. A. Knud
sen I'Vanels Oav. G. N. Wilcox. O.'ll.
Fnlrchlld, Mrs. R. Fernandez, O.r-lt.
Hnzelton, Mrs. Hazclton, Major Willis,
A. v. Lewis, K. c. Anona,
Por stmr. Claudlno. for Maul port?.
May C C. C. James, J. Vlorra,-!?. O.
Per stmr: Mauna Loa. for Kona and
Knu ports, May 3. L. S. Aungst, It, A.
McWayne. P. Peck, Miss r. Marauer..
T. C, White. Mrs. Whlto, Mrs. IU D.
Dunnetlro, Chas. Belllna, L. Warren.
Hawa t; April 20.A. aUwcbcrg
-Miss B. Meier MIsn E-MIsIJa., Qar-
U Per stmr. Claudlno. for Maul an 1
Waterhquso, F. T. P. Watcrhouso,t F.
Ill Kennedy, M. Harding. H, S. Phelps.
Mrs. Phelps. Mrs. II, R. Bryant, A. W.
Carter, Mrs. Carter, II. Akina. Mrs.
Aklna 8. Alu, J. McFoddcn. F, j:. liar
vey, II. 11. Brown, A. M. Brown, Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. 0. 11. Fairer, Mrs. J, Ef
finger. Miss Flanders, Mrs. M, A.
1 IN FOREIGN PORT 77
' TUetday,May 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 2: 8.
S. Lurllno. foi: Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Saned May 3, 1 p.
in.: S. S. Chlyo Maru. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrived May 3, C
a. m.: 8. S. Blcrra. from Honolulu.
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrived May 3,
noon: S, S, Wllhelmlna, from Hono
lulu. GAVIOTA Arrlvod May 2: Ship M.
Chllcott, hence April 14.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived May 2: S. S.
Mlssourian, from Hllo, April 18.
VICTORIA Arrlvod May 3: S. S.'Ma-
kurnj henco April 20.
HILO-Saled April 30: S. S. Colum-
blan, for Salina Cruz.
Tlin WORK 'OR cleaning, repairing
nnd, repainting tho American barJten
tlno Amaranth at tho railway Wharf
has been completed nnd that vessel
has been hauled olt tho rallwnv nm
Js now, prepared fpr sea. The -vessel
went nsnoro in tho channel . leading
Into Poarl Harbor some, weeks ago but
an examination of the vessel's bottom
revealed no serious damneo iTim Am
nrantli Is to proceed to tho Sound for
another turgo of lumber.
Miss Robokah llnrrls.and Mr.Gcorgo
Campbell wero united Ip marriage last.
Saturday afternoon nt half past twr
In St. Andrew's Cathedral.' Rev. Slmii-
son officiating. Immediately after th-j
ceremony Mr, nnd Mrs. Campboll de-
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