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EVENING BULLETIN, HOJfOLTJLT;, T. H., rRIDAY, MAT 6. 1?10.
Alt visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meeting? of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
iiiBiuc cumtirrnM Members of
maninc cnuinccna other Ajo
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
.7:30 la I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street,
K. R. HENDIIY, Secretary.
It. 13. McCQY, Noblo (Irand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
corner Fort and Ileretanla. Vlsltlni
brothors cordially Invited to attend;
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. a ;
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. OrE.'
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, II. P. OT
Elks, meets In their ball, on Kim;
Street, near Fort, every Friday evori
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
.Invited tp attend.
,, JAS. I). DOUatlEIlTY, E. R.
GEO. T. Kt.UEQEL, Sec.
.HAWAIIAN THIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every tlrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
rdlally Invited to attend.
P. HIOGINS, Sachem.
? E. V. TOUD, C. ot n.
J HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
i Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
:NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
jUerctanla and Fort streets.
; Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
3ac W. R. ItlLEY. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON. IC. R. S.
ln A' 'COMPLETE LINE OF
t Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
May's Old Koiia'
j y CoffoO
1 I , , IS BEST
HENRY MAY & CO,
WE HAVE WITH US
1 T tfnj ntmii 111 &
AT THE YOUNOi.
Friday, May 0.
Karnes, Walilawa; Mr. and
Jt. vVnodhildgo, Salt Lnk.
Wednesday, May 4.
Sheridan, August Johnson.
AT TMti HAWAIIAN.
Thursday, May S,
John Swift. I.oljyhua; Adam I.ind
.-. Why I.. H:iKthy Manila.
During May, ,lurir July and Angtut
the store of It. I". Wlrhninn & Oo.
Jewelers will close at 1 p. m. Sa
trdaya, Buy your wood and ro.il from
Unlon-Paclflc Transfer Co. nnd you
will gel the very bust iiualltlcs nt tlio
lowest market prices, Phono S8.
Summer udvunce styles In stiff and
flexible straw hots now,npen at fjllva's
Toggery. (let, ono of the correct
shapes niailo by tbo Knox Hat Co,
"Blttermoad" Is Ibo popular now
beverage, Untiled and hold by lty
croft's Fountain Soda Wnrks 'phono
270. All other Kipular flaxors also.
Wear Regal shoes and you will re
duce your sliop bill nearly out -half.
Also you will at tlio saiha'-tlmo be
comfortably and fashionably dnsscd.
jChUtTrcn's White Capvas Oxords In
ono or two eyelet tlo etlects that ror
mcrly sold for $1.50. aro now belim
sold at 'il rt pMr lly the Manufaethi
ers' Shoo Co., 1051 Fort street.
There. Is nothing to cnuil Pan K.i
Hsiuuas .a. cleaner of c'.olhrs or for
Tcmrningrdtrt from floors and utensils.
tour grocer lias it. ir not send mi
hnnio'To Fred I.. Wafdron, tclcphona
Ilearn what the proposed prohibi
tion law will replace before consider
ing voting on this proposition. -Tlicro
aro greater evils than the present
liquor tyw and "prohibition" Is ono ot
PIna silk and Jusl clolh; M null a
double hats ladles' and men's. Ha
waii & South Seas Curio Co., Young
building. Ulllken coins, latest glased
Hawdllan iost card,:, Russian brasses
and Toco pottery.
Note-' ihc-.Pd of A. II. Arlelgh & Co.
In this Issue, for wonderful typewriter
bargains. See .the typewriters them
selves In Arlclgh's storo, Hotel street.
opposite Union. Tho new model vis
ible Remington only ijj.ud.
Call at levy's grocery storo for somo
of' the delicious EJelwelss brand -it
Imported cheeso. Comes In tins In
tho follow'ng variety: Roquefort,
doubblo cretue, brie, llmburger, cam-
cmticrt, ncurchntui, nicrKase.,
QU1NN OUT OF
Supervisor James Qulnn has como
forward and announced that ho will
not make a fight for tho nomination
ot mayor of tho city and county ot
Honolulu In the coming municipal
"There nro loo many contestants
In tho Held to suit me," declared
Qulnri this morning.
Tho supervisor believes that with
Messrs, Lucas, Itustaco and' Lane In
the Republican prlzerlng, each striv
ing for the biiprcmaey of the polit
ical squared circle, the fight will be
entirely too strenuous for a man ot
peace-loving and domestic dlaposl
Hon like himself.
"Of course, I will not refuso tho
nomination for tho Mayoralty. Bhould
It bo tendered me by tho majority
ot the Republican delegates on the
door of the Republican, convention
However,- I nm "nut of tho four-cor
nered, right which now looms up
pretty -strong In tho camp of the
Grand Old Pnrty.
"I am In the hands of my friends,"
concluded Qulnn. .When a8lcd.,lf; ho
had special roterence to Johnny yVR
son, tho road supervisor, fliijnn elm
ply smiled In n .knowing way, but
had nothing further to add. Qulnn
will be a. candidate for reclcctl(.u aa
supervisor, lit any event, ,
FINE YACHT RACE
On Sunday next ihcro will bo n
yacht raco In which tho Gladys and
Lfarlotto c, will competo for tho Ha
wallan Challenge cup, which Is at
present held by tho Gladys, Tho raco.
which Is In tlio manner of a piatch
one, Is attracting a lot of attention
from tha .yachting enthusiasts of the
Tho raco will start at 9 o'clock on.
Sunday morning, and will be from the
Channel buoy to a stake boat off Ir
win's house at Walklkl and then tn
another boat at the chtranco to Pearl
Harbor, From tha last mentioned
point the yachts will race to the -entrance
to Honolulu harbor,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
.Telcpliouo C03 to havo Laundr
called, for and delivered quick.
, 7-Soated Auto for biro. Phono 199
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand.
Applejack, fresh fruits and distilled
water. -Lelthead & Woodward ph,ono
507. . "
Call on itlko Paton at tho Encoro
Saloon for- a draft of Fresh butter
milk: ' . ;,
Embroidered Trousseaus and fancy
ncodlcwork. Mrs. II. Hell, 1C2 Hotel
If you want n good Job done, on un
nuto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg., Co., 427 Queerest.
Tho Kcntifc)ty saloon Is" as' 'famed
for good llgrjors as thn Htdtn'bf Ken
tncky. Jnk, 'Roberts Is (lie propri
etor. '; ; ' ' '
Mr. August Santos desires tn inform
his friends that ho Is now o lin found
nt Vnehe'eo's Harbor Shop, where hi
wlir.b'e'blcasod to see them. .
Th(" man why Is particular' nbout
Iho.hppi'arantV of his shirts: o'ollar4
nnd nirfs, will do woll to kc'M thorn
to tlio'Fioiloh Laundryr J. Ab.idlo'
Prop., 2R8 Ilcrctanlii street, whoro nil
tho work Is donn by hand and tho very
best, finish Riven. , , ,
RAPID TRANSIT MEN'S
Tomorrow night nt'tho Knights of
Pjthias hall the annual Rhlrt-walst
dance of tho Honolulu Rapid Transit
men wl.l tnka place, Jimglng from
tho way the tickets nro Kolllpg. (bo
oaii win no just us successful us
thoro of past years. Tho comrnlttpe
In chargo of tho arrangement, f?l
certain that tho decnratlpus, music oiul
other details will oven ecllpso, la's.t
year's affair. . ', ' ',
Tho Hoiiolnlit Street Rallwiiy rtni
ployoes' llencfll Association In the fn',1
title of thu car boys' concer'n.'nnd Ihe
annual (lalico is glvcn'4liJ.oriler','ijii tot; I
1VUL IIU1U0 Jir 1110 UBUUIII11UI1. l'Itfl
year the sum of 1172.30 wjiscleared'Ju
ino nance, and tnai coin yanio in ,ycfy
handy for the association.' '
The total Income frbni till sources
of tho association last year,,, wag
si.483.13, and of this amount U.21J.F'
was paid out In slolc and iloath licilo-
fltB. Tho total dues reoelvW yO'rp
only 58.23 per cent of total sick hn
eflts paid to members: tlio total as
sessments equaled 92.C3,per cent ,r;
death benefits. Thus tho total rbcclp(s
for tho year, less a donation of. $.100.
and tho money that camo'from 'tjip
danco ((172,20) wcro only S6.G4 rjer
cent of tho actnardLVjiirscmpnt's, or ti
loss of 1407.70. v ,,'. I " ",
Tho commlttco hopes tha the dance
tomorrow jilRht will attract n, ,J;lg
crowd of people, as tho money JJln
ttineii trnm tno snie oi iickois ail
goes to the good fund to help, tho sick.
ALLEGED USER OR
, ,, in, i h
(Continued from Paie' IK ''
future. Tho whole trouble seems to
have, arisen through a bunch OfRija-
alntitt rfilKiiir llin wnmnn nntno's, tic
cause her husband had buncoed thorn,
There were a few Russians In.iho
court room when tha casu. came ,'iln
nnd they were nppaiently nl) cVcllgpt;
cd when tlio ucicnaam, was raoaBi:a
Tho woman Is remembered as'oriffqf
the ringleaders In tho many demon-
stratlons that wero mado by tiie,.fo: I
male Immigrants at the P.lnntcrsshfiatsacks sugar .and a, qn'Jntlty of siili-
and ather places. .- ,, dflns. ,. , . ,
Tho main body of Russians whoj ' :
were enmneil under the trees at lwl-11' - -- - -
el havo luKen possession oi moiu
stockade, here the,y feel rlsnt, ,,9t
home. Whether they w'lJ b0 nflowJ '
f.i lomnln In thn sliacKS' or nOt.is. r .
qucstfon for tho owners tntlcc,l(jp.lThu
lOCKing up oi incir icauers, uiiwi.iww
worry the Russians a lot and,trity. dp
not seem to know what Jo do net. ',
' ' '
ARRAIGNED UNDER ,
',-,.1. V ('
fflnntlnued from Pace l.i
Michael Jewdaklnolt, Siberian Was!-,
luk, Alecltccl Waslluk, inakenU4S.I-'
mien and Mnksinl Saxaloli,.lti The '
last named was not present In coujf, '
as he Is In quarantine, and the pros-'
ccutlon' nsked that his case bo con-1
Nolle prosequi was entered against
tho men under the first complaint, J
upon, whlch they were,, to be .trjed
tomorrow, and the trial of tho case
has now been set for Tuesday next, I
nt which time they will plead .to the
Four policemen brought the men
Into court nt 9 o'clock, nnd as soon
as the arraignment was oyer re
turned them to tho station,
Martin Griine acted as Interpreter
to ,the illusslans, who teemed tazed
and did, not know what- to think .of
the arrest, and the trips they have I
rnada to tho .courtroom. j
v Among- this number are several
who wero prominent lit the parties
which havo cajled on Hie Governor
recently, two of, tjicm beng, the'
spokesmen who. caled on the chief 1
executlvo the morling after the ln-J
clplcht riot In froit qft the iiollco
station, tp.nsk what It was ail about,'
There wore u number of Rus3lnus
aroifiid1 the courthouse, who watchqd
the mob belpg taken bacK to the Jail
after the urrnlgumoiit,. hut little wn,i
said between, the, prisoners nnd tite1
spectators, me inner waicning ni
most, in silence,
REPORTINQrther .position as 1181
miles oft .the. port, stcarulng through
moderate northwest wliul.i pm smooth 1
s.eis, tio Paclflq Mall ll(ur Manchuria
wirelessed Honolulu last evening at 8
o'clpck' whtlo'.on icr "way to Jajian
ports and Hongkong.
gjsyBULUETIN ADO PAY
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
WHEN the ItrltMi ship lilgln-
sh'lrn arrived nt Pint Townieiid on
prn ii, no days from inaiow, uu
.i... . ....!...
'" '" "T ,""" ", " I fi!t ''" "SI.eotlvoly nnni dm porl of
of. tie, crew lo.J.o In a iloplnmlite N()Hnk. Vn. Each vessel slinhld hr
condition, nnd. seven men worn or- fivct wllh nearly flvo thousnnd.fons bf
iierpd oshnro for treatment In tlio
Marino. Unnnlttil. An oxamlnallnti
showed it nuinl'ior or tho men worn
.nfforliKr rr,i. nn.rr..v,.i..,i i..,rii,w
wlitlo qne palei.t, nl. apprentice boy. " nr"m"1 l'''l "harvos. .
had been seasick ever slnco tho vet-( CASTI.E & COOKE tho local rep
se,l left, 3:otlatid. It Is Maimed that rogenlnllon for tho Matwui Navlgn
tho vessel wajv Itnproporly blocked Hon liner Linllni'. havo rooelJod n
with fiosh water in.. I provisions .'Wlioloss tiom Dial vessel (ii tho effort
Wblrli wna Inrirnlv ,..,ncll,l tnr
the condition of the crow. Theme,,
wero foj-oed to drink rnln water and
no frosu iient had been had for
weeks, Tho condition of affairs on l.urllno Is oxpeclod to atrlvo hero on
the vessel promises to result In mi Monday morning.
Inquiry by the ronsular ngonls of tho
Ilrltlsh (lovtrnment. I IT IS ONH hundred and three days
m Islnro tlio (lennnn ship Ilrnee Rick-
CAPT. s: SANDIlEltO, conimnnder ntrw rloarwl tho jsirt df Ilreuion for
of the Paclllo Mull liner nnn-i but' """ol,'hi. leaving thoro wUh a full
oi uio iac;nc Mill liner ftotca. nit Bi,i,imc.Ilt nf general iiio.ohan.llso for
at present (jlijoylng n lonvn of nb- loc:1 i,,,,,,,,!,.,.,,, T),0 v.-.sol hbould
senco, Is making the arqualnlaiiro of arrive hero within Die next few weolu:
a new daughter who arrived nt tlio If previous rcoordB of Ibo ship ran bo
Sandbcrg homo In Hollywood, South- taken lis n criterion.
orn,C.nllfon.la. Itofli Mrs, and Miss
Sandberg aro In thn best of health.'
nnd t'hp. skipper Is In good plrlt In
M)lto.o 'the .fact that his nnsn Is out
l! ..(,, ,,; O...II- in
of lht.1,ltiiMiliiJSiiiidl.erR will re-
mxac c6mnijji(ll.rlf the Korea when
Hid. liner .returns from tho Far Kast.
He was relieved temporality by Cap-
(lin...!,, V. .Battnilers. Chrnnlcle.
I '" i."
a-ltr. nnra.ni, ..i . . .
Is. a rlnwr.bont.
CvW.i T - r ' J-V i "
and Uiat actonnls for her
Jf rrMw ; iiassogo from
fcCWB'ij4 M,,ilon(ibini. Tli
was sovonly.-ljIne.'ilnNS. In ma
-,' , , ,,
.... o,.,. ,,"Wif.w..l viv in nianiiiK iiiv
Irltl lllir nrrlvii.t 1iii iftlli n.iniil II.-..
ii;V;.B-i.:V !:,'..' ",..., i 1 .,
Jili , fi. ;. my 7U,""L T " ' '' f.lsoulil bo Khnwliig mi nnmiid Ma
KiftfW".'! l1'.0.8,.t.n,"5r ls. hukonu most any day. thereby rom-
IM... J 3;3. ,?. 1' .' . "' V"
' ,r " f.-.w..,. " iv I,., tiiwiii ii-n
'IWV'i jTno, freighter r.i'ado several
.stops Tor- supplies en ro-.ito to the Ha
wpllanjslands, ;' ,.,
,i i . ... n -
STKAMSIHP lines running from
Tneomajto, NqmeAlaska, havo fixed
huh. yearn rrijlglit nite.-at xir a ton,
Including lBhterBg. This rlllo was
ohargfidi. -wo yeflrsago', while. lat
iear.'s ..biislfiei was demor'all-ed by
-V.raiB ,w.pF, ..
AINTAlNINOr-a fpeed of tlilrty-
slx,mille.H. iiu.iliour for four hours, tho
tofnodo-boat destroyer Reld, Lieu-1
tpninf.Uartdrldge. established a now.arclU 'ak,;3 --trIct.
wprjd.'s reeordi.for speed Jjy n naval
y.eho olT,tthe roast ot Florida on
April, 7,, ' ,,
TIIR INTrcn.lRI.AKMl tlnntiinr lfp.
nuliou. frdiii Kauai norts. was. an nr-
iryatnt, llio iiofi this morning. Tho
vessel brought, hearly four thousand
X t'vi t;
- i - nv'Htmi"
0W can we offer such bargains you may well ask,
for the REMINGTON "VISIBLE" has been on
l 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
aremjachines that have Been used and all worn parts
Have been replaced with absdlutely new parts: We
guarantee every machine for one year.
. NOTE THESE PRICES: No. 10 Remington visible
writing only $75.00, No. 7 Remihgtoti $60.00, '$0: 7
Remington with two color ribbon '$62:50, Nb. 5
COAL TO REPLEHlflH tho United
Stales naval piles Is now due to nr -
rlvo at Honolulu nl any Hay by tho
" " ...v.., ,,..,i mm- . .,.,
eoiuor. Thoso vossols nn out K9 and
fuol. With tho stonuior Itonolitnk
now In null dlKrhargliig Mf shlpuicnl
nf cnnl, tho nirlval of olih. . Ibo ItoXo,
by or Vancouver will onu.io roiiowod
thai Bl R II OloOk last cioillllg tllO
f.csl ,mr,iwojt winds nnd ronsh soa-
and n heavy northwest swell. Tho
THU MATSON Navigation freight
pr Hyndos now nt tho port dlschars-
'" "K"10!?!1 ?mV hw"cU ',,owr",
Sent tie, wll bo dlsp.itrhod for Knliu-
,, nni ,r ,,,, ,,,., ,, cvon.
,1(r, T, vessel Is parrying In transit
n quantity of piles and other linos nf
rrelght for Islnnd ports of call,
tnr. uii i i.i, o i r.n UI1H3 iiuun
port Shcrldnn, to nrilvo from San
Frnnclrco on Friday, will ho berthed
"t tho Channel wh.iir.. Tho army
,,.,,,, ,1.1,. i rn. Mnniin lint
,,.ii ,iRC,.iri:n xovorol bundled tons of
i,rt.. nn. fnA.i P,f. ,, ,1.1. n.
! J mm n ii niiuin iiii.-i 't.
Tim amkkiiwn iiarkoniuio in
l'letii'g her oyngo from Nowcastle.
N. S. W. Tho vessel left the Austral
Ian coal port with n full shipment or
fuel forly-onp days ago.
Till! NORWI.aiAN st.'amer Tors
ilaM with a shipment of .coal for thn
local naval station Is reported to have
sniiqii from itaiiiiunrp.
three days ago, Tho vpsi
for Honolulu by tho way i.i
icl Is bound
f tho Magel-
CAPTAIN CARRIOER has liscn np
pointed ninsler of the United Slates
iiuiithnnso steamer K11V..I In ulnco oi
Captain Mlddlelon. resigned. Captain
Mlddleton, han , been trantferred to Ihe
THE ARRIVAL of tho American
schooner Ocorgo W. Wulson nt Win
Is, now looked for any day. The vessel
Balled,, frpm Grny's Harbor twenty-six
days', ago with a shipment ot lumber. 1
THE INTKR-ISLAND steamer Man
na Lqa. fiom Kona and Knu ports ls
ilun to nrro hero nn Tuesday morn
1 '1 V
V T I
J- - -- ."WTFJi i i i i ill ' p ' ' "
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T " " ,1 rr?nADTrn I
. I ARRIVED . J """ L
Thfirsday. May fi
Newport News, Vn., via Cnpo Horn
Itoscbank, ilr. stmr., 4 p. nt.
Hnn I.uis H.intn niana, m.
VE8BELS TO ARRIVE
Expected Dally. "'
' Norfolk, Vn. Ilokcby, Ilr. stmr.
Norfolk, Vn. Vancouver, Ilr, stmr.
Saturday, May 7. .. .
Hongkong ami Japan porta Mon
golia, P. M. S: H.
Illlo via Way jKirts Mnuna Ken.
Sunday, May 8.
Knual ports Klnnu, "stmr.
Muni und'Molokal iiorl-.MIkahala,
Monday, May 9.
San Frnnclsco Lurllno, M. N. S. S.
Siillnn Cms vln San Francisco and
Piigct Sound Arlsnnnn, A.-ll. stmr.
Tuesday, May 10.
Snn Francisco Chlyo Mnru, T. K.
K. S. S.
Kona and Kau porta Mauna I-n.t,
Htnir. . . ' 1.
San Francisco Snn Gabriel, Port
Wednesday, May 11.
Knual iorts W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, May 12.
Hawaii nnd Maul .ports Claudlnc,
Han Frnnclsco Lurllno. M N. S. S
San Francisco Shcrldnn, U. S. A. T.
Friday May 13.
San Francisco Slerrn. O. S. S.
Saturday, May 14.
Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo
Mam. T. K. K. S. S.
Illlo via way noHs Mauna Kea,
slmr. 1 ,
Mnnlla via ports Cleveland, ti.
Manila via liorlf. Chattanooga, U.
Sunday, May IS.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahaln.
Kanal ports Klnati, stmr.
Tuesday, May 17.
flan Franr-lsco Asia, P. M. S. S.
San Francisco--Wllholmlna, M. N.
Friday, May 20.
Seattle Illlonlan, M. N. S. S.
Saturday, May 21.
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, P.
M. S. S.
Wednesday, May 25.
Australian ports via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. S. 8.
Newcastle. N. S. W. St. Dunstan,
Friday, May 27;
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. S. 8.
Hongkong via Japan ports Ruyo
Mnru, Jap. stmr.
Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongolln, P. M. S. S.
THE 11UREAU OF NAVIGATION
reports that 113 sail nnd steam ves
tols, of 78,257 gross tons, wero built
In the United States during Mnrch,
1910, The largest steel steam ves
sel Included In these figures Is the
J. P. Mo'rgan'Jr., of 7B21 gross tons,
built nt Lorain. Ohio, for the Pitts
burg Steamship Company.
jnBT""For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Thursday, May Ii.
Kanal ports W. G. Hall, stmr., S
Gray's Harbor Amaranth, Am.
bktn.,,11. m. ... . - ,
VES8ELS TO DEPART
'Friday, May 6.' ' ;
Maul nnd, lawall ports Claitdlno,
stmr., R p. in. ,
' Saturday, May 7.
San Frsniinlsco Mopgolin, P. M.
Monday, May U.
Knual ports. Npeauslnir.
Tuesday',, May 10.
Japan 'ports and' JJongkong Chlyo
Mnru, T..K. K. S. S '. ,u
Illlo via way ports Mduna Koa,
Maul nnd Molnknl ports Mlkahnla.
Kauai ports Klnan, stmr.
Thursday, May 12.
Kauai ports W. p., Hill. stmr.
Friday, May 13. , ,
Maul nnd Hft,wnll ports Claudlno,
Saturday, May 14.
San Francisco Tenyo Mnru, T. IC.
K. 8. S.
Monday, May 16.
San Franclsro Lurllno. M. N. 8, 3.
Tuesday, May 17.
Japan orts and .Hongkong Asia,
P. M. S. 8.
Wednesday. May 18.
San Frnnclsco Sierra, O. 8. S.
Saturday, May 21.
Snn Franclsco-Korea, P. M. S. S.
Wednesday, Mjy, 25. t i
San Francisco Wllhelmliia, M. N.
, Victoria nnd Vnncn ivor Manuka.
C.-A. S. 8.
Friday, May 27.
Australian ports via 'oiivn Makura,
C.-A. 8. 8.
South and Central American ports
Iiuyo '.Maru. Jap. stmr. .
Monday, Mai' 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8. 8.
Per stmr. Claoilno, for Hawaii .and
Mmil ports'. May. C Sam Lyle. C.C.
James, Mrs. F. II. Hnysclden. Geo. W.
Cnrr, Mrs. A. J. Rodriguez, II. S. Hag
erup. J. Vlerlrn. P. O. Riley, Dr. A.' J.
Derby. W L. Hellbron, J. D. McVeigh,
Mrs. C. II. Judd, O. Ahsee.
Per stmr. Claitdlno, f.ir, Maul portp.
May 0. O. C. James,-J, VIerra, P.-O.
Per stmr. Klnnu for Kauai ports,
May 10. Mrs. R. D. Baldwin. Miss L.
Dav. H, n. Sloggett, Mrs. Sldggett..
Per stmr. Maunn Koa, for Illlo via.
way ports, May 10. D. II. Davls,.,A.
Watorhoiiso. F. T, P. Waterhnusc, Mr.
anil Mrs. Woodbrldgo, Mrs. II. D. Cor
holt. A. V. Cnrter. Mrs. Carter, "Mr.
Maty Rodriguez. .1, Rodriguez. T. R.
Hudson, Mrs. Hudson, J, .1. Yamltz.
Jos. Stein, E. 11. Ilryan, Mrs. nrynn,
Miss B. Dunn,
Per O: 8. 8i Sierra for San Frnn
clsco, May 18. Mrs. A. II. LactUtind,
Mrs. 8, E. Halstead, Mr. and Mrs.
Phelps. Mrs. F. A. Potter, Mr. ami
Mrs. C. W. Pendleton. Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. R. Scott, Mrs. J. R. Miycrs. Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Peck, Miss Earle, Miss
F Donovan, Mrs. J. R. Collon, Mrs.
Love, Root. Catton, W. M. Speyor,Mj
and Mrs. E. A. Hunker. Miss Z. K.
Ilnrt, Mrs. E. II. Earl. Miss ,D. Karl.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Dodwln, Miss nun
ker,.Mrs.. L. Rider. Mr. and Mrs. Har
ris. R. W. T. Purvis. Mrs. Pur.vls, Miss
Sewoll,,,Mrs. Sewall, Miss Bcott, Mrs.
M. M. Scott. Mrs. W. H. Dlmond. F. S.
Scuddsr. MrB, Prosser. Miss Thatchdj-.
Illsbop Restarlck, Mrs. W. C. Dallev,
C. O. Rockus, D. L. Conkllng. Miss .
JJ Davldsont MJss E. M. Davidson, Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Denlson, Mr. and Mrs.
Kollncr, II, Kellner, A. M. Hpwe.
A. Y. Lewis, K. C. Ahona.
Per M. N. 8. S. Lurllno, for Sun
Francisco, May 16. Dr. ,B. 8. Good
hue, Mrs. 8. K. Woolcy. Chas: Droad,
Mrs. llroad. Miss R. Coleman, Miss G.
Coleman, Wm. Rathman. Nelson n.
Lansing, C. Porter, S, B. Hyde. Mrs.
E. R. Hyde, Mrs. M. T. Scotc, Miss V.
Lynch. W. L. Jeffries. L. Iarr, NcU
Newman, H. W. 8tark, Mrs. 8taric.
Mrs. 13. L. Waterman, C, Haryey-Elder.-
E. II. Waterman, Mrs. J. K.
Brown, Mrs. J. K. Brown. Jr., Mrs; B.
h. Frailer, II. L. Kcrr W. L.-8mlth.
Mrs. W, A. Atwater, .Ida. Mi Paston.
Miss M. M. Wright.' JJ,
Mails aro cue at Honolulu frow
points as follows: i- - (
San. Francisco Per Chlyo Maru, ilay
Yokohama Per Mongolia. May 7."
colonies rcr Manuka, .May-25.
Vancouver Per Makura, May 27
Malls will depart for the, following
points as follows;
San Frnnclsco Per Mongolia, Mny 7.
Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru.. May 10.
Vancouver Per Manuka." Mtiy' 25.
Colonies Per Manuka, May 25.
Crook at Manila.
fix. silled f rom Honolulu for Seattle.
May 3. , ,
Logan sailed from Honolulu or Sail
Frnnclsco May 4. , .
Sherman arrived at Manila. May 3'
Sheridan dueL at Honolulu from San
j.lTar.clsco May 12. ,
'In POREiaM oht
Thursday,. May 5, -
SAN FRANCISCq-rSnlled May 5: u,
S. A..T. Sheridan, for llmmini,.
,SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 5;' S
I 8. Virginian for Seattle.
KAHULUI-Sdlled May 4: 8, S. Santa
RltUi for Port Sail Luis. .
Y'oit can. not save,, the. ship by
throwing tho compara overboard.
Some peoplo call children angejs
so as. to forget thojr need of clothes.
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