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EYESjnfG BULTfHW, HOOULU, ? H.. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 191A
MrpiwiiJiiiM twanwiinri-ii r a
iftrtirilitit tiix m
All visiting members of the
Order nre cordially Incited to
attend mooting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINEEH8INEEHS other Ao
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciatiom cor
HARMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in I. 0. O. P. Hall, Port Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary,
H. K. McCOY, Noblo drand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of r. Hall,,
corner Fort and Rerotunla. Visiting:
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C. --
o. r. heinb, k. n. a--j.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P,LE
L 'Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kftr?
S,treot, near Fort, every "Friday oven
ring. Visiting Brothers are cordially
' Invited to attend.
j JAS. D, DOUailEUTY, E. It.
i QEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
i HAWAIIAN.TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
- Meets every first and third Thurs
days, ot each month at Knights of
, Pythias Ha)I. Visiting brothers cor-
dtally lnyltad to attend.
( , I HIOOINS, Sachem.
; E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
; NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:3Q o'clock In JC. of P. Hall, corner
I Ueretanla and Port streets.
.Visiting Eagles aro lnlted to o
' V. It. niLEY, W. P.
rr- WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO.
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturdnv
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
.ing brothers cardlally Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
K. A. JACODSON, K. R, S.
Get a Good Lens
We can give you your
choice of three leading anas
tigmats which we carry in
They are the right kind for
the best results. We also or
der any make of lens,
Supply Co., Ltd.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
May's, Old Kona
' . Coffee
HENRY MAY' & CO,
IS NOT TEMPtPAPjCE
And Hawaii Will Assert
tin July' 26 '
Editor 11 v p li-1 n k II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n
Hawaii li Juit peeping over th'J
horizon of tlii! greatest, commerclp',,
ImliKtrlnl nl.it nnnnH.il em the Ter
rltory has ever known, and It seonnj
comp)c(cl) int iif pin e that n (lis
qiijetlng feature of an Internal na-
lure Biicii ni ine rH-euun ui jmy u
Is sure to lyj sljoutil he. thrust upon
Tlio piol'ilhlllnii iiuoHtloti Is n
prcblem thnt U net going to be set
tled without lenvlig Its mark In tbo
shape of Mtr.tlucd loin I loin, not only
between common v.iirl.niliiy people,
but lielwren the merchants and other
Illume lal bonds who nre responsible
for the miking or' nnilnlng of tl)e
This eomli.g unplensanlnois norms
to me to be nil lineal oil for, and tho
fnther of It nil appears to be an ont
sliler, to, whom 1 hope tha Terrl)or,y
wjll Issue a robukn, on tho 2W)t of
next July thnt howHI not forget for
some time to com'o.
My feelings In the matter miy bo
attributed to Bplte. but, be that as It
ma, 1 will relnto nn Incident of my
life that )a, a.l things considered,
seem strange t'hat take the Bta,nd
I do In this prohibition question.
My fnther was a, slave to liquor
early In life, and remained hi up to
the day of hli denth. Ono evening
when 1 was a boy about jiLne or ton
)ears of age, my father failed Jo
come home after his dally toll, and
It being -pay-day night, mother knew
very, well! what had happened. Tnk-
Tf'g3uei.w1ili her, she went out Into
HiRdaflinesa Inenrrh of the author
"oj mfJieliiB. We had not fone far
before we found him, hopelessly
plrhfiVcJIIug beside the road. lie
ytiSjJuoM than drunk he was bc-
BenTT"B'o'niuch so that the powei
of speech was not In him. 1 well
remember mo iook mat came over
my, mother's face as she gazed nt
that form In the shape of a man and
then at me, her only child. She
bade mo go down on my knees there
In the cold and wet, and she exacted
a pledge from me that I would never
let drink so control me that, I might
at any time Itf my life bo In tho
same condition ns my fnther was
then in, I gave the pledge she iibI.
cd nnd I have, kept it. Motho,r was
wise not to put me under n plcugo
never to tasto a tiop of liquor, for
well she. Know sucn n pi'-uge wouin
bo violated sooner or later, but al'
put me under a pledge that, to use a
slang phrase, left It to me as to how
far I would go In the liquor ques
It is not to be doubted thnt the
champions of prohibition would ron
slder me good timber for their c.ipi-
palgn, but I assuio jon that I am
strictly tl)e reverse I. can not nay
tha( I am a lover of. saloons or sanc
tion the sale of liquor to every par
son who applies for It. In fact. I
have no use for liquor and very lit
tie use for those who seem to bo
under tho Impression that they can
not fjvo viltlfout It, but nt the sanm
time we nre all. free ngcnU, and I
don't believe) In nnvono dictating, tq
me what I shall or'shall not drink.
There are several sides to this
question which will hq thoroughly
threshed out before ejection comes
on. Here Is one, of them, There
aro somewhere betwpen fl.vo hundred
and a thousand people In these Is
lands connected with tho liquor bus
iness, not Including barkeepers and
Eflloon owners, whq,are earning their,
living !y giving an equivalent In
tlmo and, laljor, for jtlio vages they
receive. If prohibition obtains, what
Is to become of this largo, number of
'peoplo? Will those who desire pro
hlbltlon furnish then) with, employ
ment pajlng as good wages,?
Then there Is tha q'ucstlon ol
taxes, I luivo not the exact figures
at hand, but the. money paid, Into the
treasury of the Territory by tbo liq
uor Interests must aniount to many
thousands of dollars. This, added. to
the other amounts that are, paid In
through other channel of ,tradp, Is
found Just about. Hulflclent to, nmhi
both ends meet In the matter of run
nine the nubile butlupss. Now. Mr.
Prohibitionist, If you knock (lis njco
little sjlce, represented by the liquor
interest taxes,, oft tin gencr.al cpl
lettable fund, who Is going toi make
up thq difference, or. at, least, where
Is the llko, amount rnmlng from to
make up the total? You will bo the
flrst to "inlso tho roof" when your
tnxes uro rqlsed, about twenty-five
Hut (hat Is nt Uiq main point on
which I am balking. There Is a
feeling of Indcpeuilei.co, such as has
Intely been Qxlilblted by Mr. .Kalr
banlis and more recently by Mr
Roosevelt, during their visits to
Hub, I perannjly fool as If Con
gress, Woolloy or someone, or homo
thing wns trjlng to "butt In". on
Terrjtory affairs, nnd they have so
far d,one so that on thq "Cth
tills coming July there will be n wa
local and general
Telephone C03 to have Laundry,
crtjlert'for nnd delivered quick ' '
7 Seated Auto for hire. l'hoilo 193
Juntos. Hiker, Young Hotel Stand.
Applejack, fresh fruits and distilled
water. Lelthead & Woodward, phono
Call on MlkA Pnton rnt fh'n IlnooVn
Saioon for a draft of Fresh butter-'
Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needlework. Mr. II. Hell, 1C2 Hotel
If you want a good Job donn on nn
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
The Kentucky saloon Is as famed
rof good, liquors ns tht1 Stnto of Ken
tnokV Jack Roberts Is Ihn nrotiit.
ftbr. " ,
Mr. August Sfintns desires to Inform
hW'frlendu that he In now to ho found
nt Pncheco's Ilarbcr Shop, where ho
win bo pleased to see thorn.
Absolute dhorr" wns grnntril Itlvtt
Muriitlioto from her hunli.uid Ototurhl
Muromotn this morning by. lodge ltoh
Inson. 1'nlluro to piovlilo was the
Mr Tims. Loo, who Is well nnd fav
orally known In tills cltv, has pur
chased an Interest' In tho American
Stedm, Laundry nnd will assume Its
management from1 May 1, "
Cleorgo C. 'IlcckleV, Jr., defendant
In the 'suit for 'dnmnt?is hought by
Hans Torson Ins filed a 'denial to
the complaint flliM by tho plalnt'ff
dcnMng ench and every allegation
Leo Tim nnd Chew 8!ng convicted
In tho Police Court of being present
at a gambling game, had the raso
nolle piosscil In (lie criminal court
this morning In the lower ourt
they wore fined V nnd costs.
May 23 Is tho dnto set for tho trial
of tho Sato case which haH be.cn post
poned from Monday noxti Sato Is'uc-
cusod, of bav,lng fnrgod pnother name
to a moneynier ni ninnii. iMurxini
Htindry tills tyonilnir, vlrod tho wit
nesRes to bo present on May 23 Instead
of. May 0..
Tb 19 afternoon at two o clock a Rus
sian woman appeared at tho police
station and, complained that his little
girl aged four )0nM was missing, tt
nonpars that tho mother had given tho
child to n l'orto Rlran woman for, ns
sho thought, n few das After itweel:
or so tho Russlnn woninu wUlio.l tn
get her child back, but could find in
trace of the Porta Rlcaif nep'uty llosq
w'lll look Into tho matter and tako
stops tn recover tho lost girl.
The 1 neon of tho St. Louts college
team for tho gamo against Kaahiimanu
nln'q at Aala Park tomorrow Is as fol
lows: Kuraila, 3lj; Pncheco, ss; ,Wlng
Ktvi rr: wnison so; jmnn p; i.na or
Kano If: Tsunao H: Jullnn.cf. Tlio
Kaahiimanu 'nine will ba'ns follows:
Pohan ss; Pink Konn 2h;'Mlkl c; Do
nlchl 3b; Wong Pin rf; Kim Mut r
Lcn Shin U: Sulntnl cf; Kahalawnl
lb;' Bn Kulchl p. Oault will umpire.
Tho gamo,. will' start nt three o'clock
SOUTH BAY HAS
The dredger South' Hay has Just
been thoroughly fumigated at tho
United States quarantlno wharf and
(ho vqssol Is roady to proceed to her
work at Pearl Harbor,
Tho South Bay has been carrying
around a number of unlnvltod stov
noB, In tho form of largo nnd over
grown rats. The vea?cl hap been upd
trsolng a, general oloaqlng, repairs and
repainting' and 'tho fumigation at tlio
TTmlornl ulnllon followed.
Jf H M U U n H H K R W !
of ballots, oaBt in n cause entirely
new to thebo Islands. '
I was and I nm still considerably
exercised over tho fijct that ono man
! sliauta so represent tlicsq Islands nt
th0 national. Capitol III tho' light of
'peine a booze-soaked Territory, and
that Congress bhould barken wltli
such an nttentlve 'ear, that It wns
almost to legislate wlUiqut giving
usaliliearlng probably thrpugh the
efforts, of Uio "butter In)' eg not .al
lowing us. tp have commpn sens,o
It Is that phase' ot tho situation
that Is getting mo riled up and, ac
cording to tjia ijrolilbltlonsts, vote
agnln,st'tuy own, Interests,
Done let mis, ue. inaen, as a cuuui
from the liquor Interests of tho Is
lands, for It Is not. I have been In
theso Islands for nearly fifteen eais,
and In that, time 'l havobeeii Insldo
of, but two Balpons, nn.d hen oijly
once ea:h, 1 11, expressing my vlpw;s,
to a friend the other eyonlng, ha
said: ".Regardless of our, personal
Ideas on tho matter, wouldn't qn
voto tohelp our neighbor, vyho has
nn, ,1ia n.111 ii,urA. nt imircnlf?"
itpv I.IU ".. I'),.!., w. "..."v.. ,
There Is where,! a(jqli ,ox)iblt my
heart of stqnc, , Thero; wnsj.onpe 11,
time when otie-half ot the worldwas
vory solicitous for the welfare of tho
other half: then came the period
when one-hnlf, of tho world dj(l no
know how the other half lived; and
we are now living In. a generation
when .one-half of the' world don't
give a continental how tho other
half Uvea; nnd oil July 2C tho re
stilts will thow that there, ore mqro
people, llvli.g In tho spirit of the
prosont generation than )n cither nt
the past two,
Those Interested directly and In
directly In the liquor cnuso are not
a few, nnd there are ninny others
whq, reient thempve, of the prohibi
tionists of going ovor their, hcnds ,0
the leglslatlvo balls at Wasliliigton,
and -LtI otliqrs.who hold' thq reins
of Joeul 1 government, being' H)ouglit
incapable of inteiiigoni management
of home nffalrs. This array will
confront, tho "dry" workers. In, July,
or;nnii tll0 shinx, will bo a laughing
nona as cqpipared with thosp who
City1 Transfer Co.
JA9. H. LOVE.
MASONIC OFFICIALS .
iinMnn nun niniiT
IIUliUll UllUi I ILIlUL
Mnrtcrs, wardens nnd past in H-
iers ot uio masonic lodges oi nn- r
gave n oauquei uisi rvenuiR in niu
Comniorcl.il Club In honor of Most
Worshipful Ornnd MnMer W l'rnnlt
Pierce nf tho Orniwl Lodge of Call-
ornln. It .wns nn assembly of I
winty iilii.-vlii( Hiding two vlhlllnu
inst masters L. Tenney Peck and
Mr. Potter of Mlihlgnn. "nw ll('a"t'" rnr "l" rnllwn w,inr(
The illnliig hall of tho dub wns ni'l her stern smiplng iilong Hie
decorated with Amorjoaii lings, and bI''u "f "iT steamer Hull,
flowers of gold nnd purple wero used' Sino fnr '1,n ,nH "' "" ,'",,,0I'
III the table lieioratlon with splon-and datl, Iho Intcr-lsl.uid vossol es
dl.l Brro!i. Wlihln ihn Minarn form- caiiod seilous diinngo, nnd Is. sohed-
cd by the tables was n Masonic em-'
bm done In lloweri.. the Belieme mid
the niinoliitineiilH of Ihn dinner lip-
lug nurleil out In rxiollyit detail ! 1lln Hyndei brought a largo gen
ii) Jlr, Unmlllon, the sfcwnrd of th Prnl l,,K fr,'nl Sa ITanrlsco nnd
el,,,, il'itget Sound ports. Her Height list
M. I!. nrnssnmn. v. M. nreslJuil ns'
toastmaBtcr. nnd the following ll3tlTI, refrigerating iiccommodatloLs on
ot toasts was followed bv rcmaiks
by I'aHt Masters H. I. Spalding, L.
lenney Pcqk, JMrrlngtoii nnd Pot-
Most Worshipful (Irnr.d Muster...
, W Prank Pierce
Hawaiian Lodge No. -1
.., L. M. Vetlcsoii, M.
Pacific I.odgo No. S22 . ...
, .., ,. lionry H. Cooper, P. M.
Oceanic Lodge No. 371
lid. Towse. P. M.
Honolulu Iidge, 1' I)
T. II. I'etrlo, P M.
Masonry In Hawaii , . ...
. . , I I) Tucker, I) I
California Ojster Cnckt.il)
Giecn Turtle Amontillado
Salted Almonds Celerj Ripe Olives
Pond Mullet In TI Leaf
Cucumbers Pomincs Sirutogn
Calves' Sweetbreads en Casserole
Young Turkey, Cranborr) Sauco
Com on Cob Tnro
Prosh Shrimp MajonnalRO
Plstaihe Ico Cream
r.i..u.. n.1.1... i, , . i A
Cluster Raisins Roquefort Cheeso
-" " ........
Crook, nt Manila
Dlx. sailed from Honolulu for Seattle,
Logan salted from Honolulu May ).
Sherman arrived ct Mnnlln May 3.
Sheridan, nrrlvod nt San Kranclsco.
I1II.0 ailll'I'I.NG Included tho
schooner ilalboa rind 8. T. Alexander
nnd the steamer L'ntcrprlso nt the
tlmo of departure of tho steamer
. Typewriters '
"OW can we
for the REMINGTON "VISIBLE" has been - on
the market only a year. Yet this is only a
sample of the remarkable typewriter bargains we have
to offer. These machines are rebuilt. That is, they
are machines that have been used and all worn' parts
have been replaced with absolutely new part's. We
guarantee every machine for one year.
NOTE THESE PRICES: No. 10 Remington visible
writing'only $75.00; No. 7 Remington $60.00, No.' 7
Remington with two color ribbon $62.50, No. 5
IMefwbod $6S.OO. ' " ;
nw on v
rno stonmor w (1. Hall, now
tho Knunl nm In tlm Inter
leivloe, was rniiitiii-d I5j the Matf-ofi
'ni iLntlnn futlifhtiy Ilrmlii4 frnni
fi(.a( nn ,.,tnlll!t, u, 1D nw l-l
er voESel mot wllh tlm ilealiuci.ou or
her ioiiip.inlonwa us well as n piO
ot J""1 davits.
",B ")u" "" "-'."''B '"o mo
"arbor ntjd honded Tor her wharf,
when, owing to II19 lu-avj winds, tho
"TBo Meamer kwiiiir ninuiiil, the
' ill on lier regular trip to
vn,ml Pnrl'' at r- """Ck this even
wl aggregate four thonsniid tons.
,"1H -'"'" ireignior were uocraii
patronized. Presli l.jh, liquors anil
perishables wero nearly enough to
tako up nil tlls up ico 011 the ve.s
scl. The main cargo consisted prill
(ip.illy of feed, bran, hay nnd flour.
Tho Ilyades carried a deiklond of
lumber. An n freighter Ihn vessel
has been brought right up to date by
having n powerful wireless npparn
Don't think. Ch irllo (it tho Orphoum
Saloon Ins. retired on account of pros
Yco Chan & Co.'h sato lasts for ten
moi.i clam, nnd you cant afford to
miss tills iipp(iivtnnlt of getting goods
at less than en it In nearly all lines,
John Nott, tho Pioneer Plilmber. 11
now located at 182 Menliant street,
.,, ,. , , ,. ........
near Aiasi-a sueui, uiiii 11 ion ri'tiuirr
..... ,.. , ,,!..' ',,.
j tut- niuin ... .1 i'i.i.mi...-, ... ....nuiiiii
. ..i ,1 rll III pnll nn lilni
The amaleur photographer will tlnd
over thing ho needs ut thq Honolulu
Photo Supply Co, Tort street, below
Hotel, who carry a complete lino of
tho famous Eastman photqgraphlq sup
plies. Till! I'ltniClllT list of tho steamer
Claudlno. arriving from Hawaii ami,
aiuiii pons una moroiiiB. 1mnm1.11 fco)g wer(, relUrtca by Hie idcanicr
1340 sacks fugnr. 22 Cords wood, CO Cnudne. Tnc schooners Admiral M.
sacks ihnicoal, 34 sackh com, 10 Turned nr.d stemnvr Alasknn nnd oil
barrels wine, 30 hogi and 220 pack- tnnkcr J3an.tu,.IU,.
nges sundries. The vessel mot with , m ,
Jfnlr weather on tho homeward trip
offer such bargains you may well ask,
Arleioh & Co
r - i. i . . i i i i ii.. uuii rm-rrn ' r
( ARRIVED "' !"i 1 DEPARTED '"7
I.I . j.'.-
'"Wedneodny. May 4. I
San Pranclsc3 via Seattle Ilyades,'
,11 N. S. S . r, p m.
I . Thursday, Mny li. .
Ilawnll nnd Msul pniln Clniullnp,
inr., a, m
Norfolk, Va. Rosebnnk. nr. stmr.
Saturday, May 7.
Hongkong and .Inpau porta Mon -
golla, P. M, S. 8.
nvi Wnv iiorts Maiinn KCar
Sunday, May 8.
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Mnul and Moloknl imjts Mlkahala.
CRY Foil BREAD
This morning nt the police stntlnn
pome pithotlc scones wero wltncssod,
when threo of the wives of the Rus-
slan ugltatoro who c3terday wero
. .. .i.-. .....
senionieu .0 ' "'". ""'-
ment nppcarcu 111 me sinuoii. carrj -
lug lial)Io3 anu Willi omer smaii cnii -
dren banging onto their skirts. The
women wero crying nnd nsklng to
ci'o their husbands. Upon hearing
Hint the mc.1. worq no longer ut tho
pollro stntlou, the women completely
broko down, nnd In broken llngllsh
icpeated over and over again: "llaby,
mo rio more kaukau."
Vastllelf and his mates boarde.l
patrol wagon yesterday
afternoon at ialf-past three o'clock,
nnd, accompanied by five pollen ofu -
corn, wero r.miiiiy inKou 10 iub
county Jill, where Jailer AB"h had
innile preparations for their recep
tion The men appeared despondent, but
made no attempt to In nny wny cause
trouble. Several of their country-
m ah ii1m iirnpn tiiesnil nn I tin rnnil
down in ihn tail waved their liandsl Klv0 """ class PaKaenger nccommoda
down to the Jul wucd their nanus tons wcro avn,alllo for jionohilu
I., Ihn Mlf.nilnrs.M I .. n.. .; .
to the "leaders.
Dr. Marques, who Is ncllng fo'rtho
Hiuslairt (loverument, jestqrday re
ceived tho following cable from tho
Russjau AmlTassador nt WnRhlng,ton:
"Kindly . explain to Immigrants
Impossibility for embassy doing nny-thlng-
more than has been dnno nl
leady by way of appealing to tho
The news contained in the cable
was conveyed to tho Russians jes,
tcrday nftcrnoon, and they received
tho story with dismay.
AT kaIIULUI, tjiq following vos
raaP-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-B1
- I . k 0
Wednesday. Mny J.
San Francisco I.ognn, U, 8. A. T.,
C t m.
VE8SEL9 TO DEPART
Thursday, May 6.
Knunl ports W. (I. Ilnlr slmr., G
I Friday, May C.
Mnul nnd Hawaii pons Claudlno,
"". B '. ". , , ,
, Saturday, May 7.
J Snn IrBanclsco M(nig,niin, P. M.
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Maul portr,
Muy C C. C. James, J. Vlcrra, P, 0.
Per slmr. Clnudlnc, from Hawaii
nnd Mnul ports. S. Lln, M. Saun
ders, i:. Imhof, n. r. Schmidt. Ms.
Thos. Plcknrd, Mrs. Penmndcz, Mrs.
T. II. llayselden, W. II. llennett, Jns.
Hnttlo, Miss M. Mori Is, Mrs. K. Hle-
llei.ulnnd, Miss I'ernnnde?, W. 11.
Blmw, Dr. Sotton. J. I), Dole, II.
n FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday. May 5.
SAN rRANClSCCSnlled Mny 5:
. 8 A T 8jlor,ali fl)I: Honolulu.
;gAN rRANCISCO Salted Mny 6: S.
8. Virginian, for Seattle.
KAHULllI Sailed May 4: S. S. Santa
1 Itltn, for Port San Luis.
LUMIlKIt COSIONED to tho local
firm of Allen & Robinson has nrrlvpl
Int the port from Aberdeen, by thu
I American bnrkentlno J. L. Stanford.
1 Tho vessel plnnrp.l Ihn Wnnhlnirtnn
lumber nort on Amll fi f'n.ilnln ln.
,erson reports light winds and 'a fairly
jgpod trip down to the, Islands. Cap-
Inln Il( niumi IH nni,.i.innnln.t ! kj.
"" " vt.,u- ,, mn
wife anil two children, Tho vessel
will bo given n prompt dispatch anil
Is dlciharglng her luiihcr nt thp Allpn
fi. iiniiinson wnarr.
THH UNITED STATES army trans
port I.ogan wns dispatched for 8cu
1 ruuciscu in u u ciock last evening
nrmy peoplo, Thero was a muoli" larg
er number of .bookings but Bomehow
all wore finally stowed nwny and-tho
applicants for transportation wero not
THU UNITED STATES rj3h Com-
mission auxiliary steamer Albatross
mado the trip from Honolulu to, San
Franc'sco In a llttla under ten data.
Tho vessel called at IJonoliriu from
lac uriem anu ut 109 iimc,was,piacyil
under quarantine owing to tho prc
once 01 two, cases qf smallpox. The
Albatroi? nrrlvqd nt the coait iiort
Till: A.-II. freighter Alaskan, which
Ih'.h. sailed for Knhulul, will noxt pro
iced 13 Hllo, and thence to Port AJlqi
The vcnr.cl will gnth'r up siifar at nil
Inter-Inland ports and Is scheduled to
poll fiom tho Knual port, for Sallpa
Cruz direct on May 12. In addition to
sugar the Alaskan will carry n ship
ment of pineapples, and. general carg.
THU LOCAL ugonts for tho Amor
lean Hawaiian steamer Arlzonan ex
pect tho arrival of that vessel from
Pupct Sound ports on May 9. Tlio Arl
zonan brliigi gcqeral oargo ffom Now
York by tho way of tho Isthmus of To
huautcpec and San I'rnncluco.
THH DEPARTURR of the British
lielgher Dunstan with a shipment of
Austrnllan coal Is repotted Irom Now
cnsllo N. S. W., Tho Bteamcr depart,
ed from the coal port on last Sunday
apd shpuld arrive hero within n.
ACCORDING- TO tho present sched
ule., tho, American-Hawaiian freighter
yirglnlan will sall.fronj Beattlo for Ho
nolulu on May 14, This vessel shouj.1
nirlve at this port on or nbout May 2t.
1 Till: AMERICAN vchouncr Expan
sion with a shlpmeit of lumber. Is
reported to havo Balled from Tort
Hrugg with destination as HonoIuW
on lif.t Saturday,
Ilftcen women nnd twlco ns many
men from tho ItiiKslan cimp hung
around tho cfrrrldcrs of tho Judiciary
building all day, and others occupied
benches In the park waiting for some
thing of Interest to them to happen.
Tho Clrand Jury has been in session
examining leBldonta of tho camp alom:
tho lines of tho examinations for tho
paet two days but no new witnesses
wero subpoenaed for today's hearing.
1 Eveiy available Boat on tho benche.4
along the corridor leaning to tho pub
lic piosecutor's oITlco wns taken and
a restless orowd of both men and wp
mou drifted baok nnd forth throucpi
tho building and out Into tho park ns
long ns tho nun shone, returning to
seals when tho rain began again,
Mill lutontlous of Prosocutor Ilrcck
ons In regard to the moral conditions,
nnd hDw they are to bo righted hay
not been mudo nubile. It Is understr.l
'that thero nre two If not more Ameri
cans mixed up hi tho mess nnd It Is
I likely to go hard with them 'boforn
tho Investigation and tho attendant
prosocutloiiB aro finished,
On Saturday morning, tho trial nf
tho nine iloters will Win tn 111,1
Cooper's court and the Court has ap
pointed L. M. Straus to handlo the,
case for the accused men,
attempted to butt In. MOOI.