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EVENING ntJLLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910.
Atl visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS Star AnS
tKNEFICIAL AVIATION, ciation. cor-
dially . invited.
, HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
'Meet every Mdriday' evening at
t 7:30 In I, 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. 11. HENDRY; Secretary.
,, f II. E. McCoy, Noble Grandl'
t All visiting brothers very cordially'
"' OAHU' LODGE, No. 1, K. oP.:
: Meets every first and third Tr
4 day evening at 7:30 in K. of P. Hall,
;l corner' Fort and Reretanla. Visiting
' brothers cordially Invited ta attend;
VM. JONES. C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. n. a
HONOLULU IQDQE 010, P.. P. 0. E.
s' Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets in their hall, on Kin?
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
' invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHEUTY, E. It. -
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
if HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, L 0. R. M.
' Meets every first and third Thurs
' days of each month at Knights of
. Pythias .Hall. Visiting brothers cor
' dlally invited to attend.
.. P. IliaaiNS, Sachem. -
, '. , E.V. TODD, 0. of It.
A HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E..
j Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
, NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in IC. of P. Hall, corner
' Ilerntnnln nnil T.Vrf atrffnta
Visiting Eagles aro invited to at
tend. V. It. IHLEY, W. P.
'M. 0. MeCOY. Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 41h Saturday
- evening at 7:30 o'clock in IC. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Derelanla. Visit-
lng brothers cordially invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, a C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. It. S.
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Wednesday, May 4.
I'. It. Sh"rldun, August Johnson.
Thursday, May 5.
John Swift, I.cllchtia; Adam I.Ind
say, lllln; L. HnRethy. Manila.
New line ot walk dresses, special
value, at Jordan's next week.
Whitney & Marsh nre showing new
spring designs In their celebrated
colonial art drnpcrlet nt 'JSc. n yard.
Don't form to go to Arieigh's Mils
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bai gains, Remington, visible wrltlnr,
Oilier price lurt in start-
'Many ne' footta Jus itcelvcd' nt
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sliqppcrl ta tumult Sachs' nil In till'.
liiiw. i 'i,y select lino, of drAs
lipids jultaVo frr graduating, dress
The following wireless from the
Lurllna-tit-Gastle-cc' Cooke, tho local
nrnnta o-tvpu lior nnsttlnil!
....... ., 0 . ,
"Lurllne, nt sea. 8 p. in. 790
miles off; fresh NV, breeze, modor
jtto sea; Honolulu 2700 tons cargo.
Kahulul COO tons cargo; 285 sacks
mall, 31 passengers; will arrive
Monday morning; nil well."
(Continued from Pace 1.)
ollotcd period, now believed to bo
The cabin nnd also the first-class
through passengers wore permitted
to come, ashore after the doctors had
completed their lobars.
The Mongolia brought seventeen
hundred tons of freight for this port,
including n lot of Philippine clgaru
and other manufactured goods, also
consignments of Japanese matting,
and sundries. .
- The Russians nnd other steoragq
passengers wore transferred to tho
quarantine stntlnu by tho bargo Plo
noor, Tho Manchuria was brought In
to the stream but did not coino itlong
side tho Alakea whaif until all her
Asiatic and steerage passengeru had
been transferred trpm tho ship.
Tho Mongolia will bo dispatched for
San .Francisco at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. Whllo tho steamer war.
under guard and ndmlrs'on to' tt.o ves
sel was restricted to customs ojlclals
and stovedorcs today, It Is understood
that tomorrow morning tho Mcngolla
will be thrown open to tho public tin
til within a half hour boforo her de
parture for the coast.
You can have a clear car
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i - I i
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Telephone 603 to hnvo Laundry
called for and delivered quick.
7-Scated Auto for hire. Phono 199
James linker. Young Hotel Stand.
.Applejack, fresh fruits and distilled
water, l.olthead & Woodward, phone
Call on Mike Paton at tho Encore
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered tiousseaus, and fancy
needlework. Mr. H. Bell, 162 Hotel
If yfliKwant a good Job dono on an
autd or carrtago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage" Mfg. Co., 427 Quocn St.
Wbltney ,& Marsh haVe now re
ceived n full assortment ot silk
mulls in many shades and patterns.
Tho Kentucky saloon Is ns famed
for good liquors lis tho Stato of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts Is the propri
etor. Mr, August Sa'ritos desires 16 Inform
his friends that he Is now to bo found
at Pachcco's Barber Shop, whore ha
will be pleased to see them.
Mrs. L."Dcnidt went through a suc
cessful operation at :ho Queen's hos
pital today, and gives promise of
I In the caso of equity between Ger
hard Scgclkcn, complainant, nnd C.
W. Booth ahd Ida 15. Hall, os respond
ents, tho court has given .Booth ten
days additional In which ta answer,
this making Mny 14 the last day.
Instructions, tlio Jury In the Camp
lell'HacktMfcaso will-be given Mon
day irlbrhlng nt 9:,10, and thd 'Verdict
Is expected by Tuesday. Yesterday
ncsses will be cnllcd-'by either1 -side. '
MV3?f.wilV.'fc ft'suVM 'at KhiriakA,
'pffllRr omVor. A4fh3ifsTafaiilV'(A! iflSeo
sWeVSl 'B(l"siia!i,Al'-l.YVrrll 'anil
WiWWeV man attempted to cloar th
sldtWiifk- " -'
'Alcxandcr'Oavrllow, one of the agi
tator'' Rnsslans today noon burst
thrimgh tho lino of guards 'who are
watching' 'the newly arrived Russians
on'Quarantl'no Island. Ho was quickly
captured nnd turned over to the load
pollco' who placed him In a cell at tho
" ", ,
Thomas Clark has petitioned tho
court for tho appointment of tho Trent
Trust Company, Ltd., as administrator
of the estate of Joe Kukclo. Tho pe
tition was granted by tho court upon
tho filing of a bond for 1550. Tho es
tate amounts to jr.M.
Tho youn n.nn will find tho Ifctc!
Majestic, comer of Koit nnd Be.-o-
tanla streets, a dcllghtfu' place t."
live. The rounn aro cool, nicely fill-
nlshed and woll 'nied for and tho rent
Is reasonable r-id Its locat'on In the
business center saves car fare.
K. M. Mo!o and Kauenc, two Joyful
tipplers, were run In late last night
and after several hours of calm re
pose in n cell, nppcared boforo Judgo
Andrndo this morning. Mole was iluivl,
$4 and Kaueno bad to dig tip one dol
lar moro as his Jag was a poachcrlno.
M. K. Makckau at noon' today bought
a llot of land In Kcwaio for $750 at u
commissioner's salo in front ot the
Judiciary building. Tho lot has a
frontage of 50 feet and n depth of 100
feet and has a rcsldcnco upon It. Tho
sale was mado In a partition case now
pending before tho court of David Pa
akaula vs. Pokn Vasconccllos.
WARRANT OUT FOR
Charged with brutally treating ono ot
his sailors, a warrant has been issued
for the arrest of Captain Robfcrt I'e-i
terson of the American barkentlne '
Jane L. Stanford. I
The Stanford arrived yesterday .
from Aberdeen with a lumber cargo,
and the condition of a sailor, Wil
liam Smith, was such that he was
taken ashore for hospital treatment.
His condition last night was crit
ical, but according to reports this
morning, ho is a little better.
According to the story told by
(Continued on Page 8)
DAMAGES OF ONE
Damages to the amount of one
oouar were awaraca jncou uosen
berg In his" suit against A ,W. E.
Thompson, which was tried in Jt'.dge
Whitney's court last week and ilecl-l
sion in wnicn nas jusi neen iiiea.
Rosenberg sued Thompson for tto
value of a certajn amount of BCrP
iron which the latter had purchased
from him, afcd of whlsh he failed to
tako tho entire amount contracted
In a written contract Thompson
agreed to take all tho Iron in Ro3en-
, (Continued on Page 8.) '
Intor-Islnnd and O. It. & L. shipping
books' for Bale at the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
niflco. 60c each.
Horse, buggy and harness for salo
cheap. P. O. Box 60. 4013-tt
City Transfer Co.,
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I'rr Rtmr. Mn.m, Kn, from till.,
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and way port,. May 7-W, M. Spcyer. "' "' U,' SiTiTZ antlnc). ' . I Kauai norts-
L. A. Bunker and wife, Miss linage, w ' Hh ' .,1'w.n' r.,i vn Hllo via way norts-Mauna Kca.l Kahulul and
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Ullle, A. C. Curt ta, L. A Andrews ami f.- "r"' ? ' J- ""
wife. C II. Delllm, u Warren. W. II.A''ca i1"' - Li" Hl'-
Bradley, Mrs.vEkbey. Miss Mnby. Mis,
C. Ayorclo, C. I.ehner, C. Geraslm,
P..U Wn, tln- T I nlnnl,,m
Cailt. Wm. Howe, T. A. Burnlngham,
T. Bowman, T. O'Brien, L. Vlllcle nnd
son, Messrs, Shlpmnn (3). A. Oarten
berg, Jas. Rack, T. Collier, P. Glbb.
Mrs. Davison and child. S, Y. Young, ,r '., ,,,,, -TL . ' ,, r '
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II C. Carver I). V. Chadwlck, U. S.
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Rev. D. J. Davidson. Mrs. D. J. DaVId-
son and . cnuurcn, num. uouar, mrs.
Robt. Dollar, Dr. R. F. Edwards an I
3. children, Miss M E. Edwards, C.
Engmnn, Miss E. A. Folsoiu, Miss I..
M. aompertz, Miss L, Hastings, P. J.
Jerncgan, Miss A. C. Judson, Miss E.
Kearney, Mrs. P. F. Kellogg, Mrs. II.
P. Kinghorn, Mrs. It.-P. Klnghorn and
2 children. J. E. Kltchlng. Capt. P.
Kloppqr, .1. V. Leach, Miss M. Undsny,
A. T. Mayfleld, W. McDonald, Mrs.
NV. McDonald, E. J. Moldrup, Mrs. U.
J. Moldrup. Barnes Moss, Mr3. Barnes
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Murray Mrs. D. A.. Murray and 2 In
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Mrs. F, Perkins' F. Perkins Jr., Miss
Llda Pratt, P. F. Price, Mrs. P. F.
Price and 4 children, Chns. Reach, Mrs
B, B. Rich F. ii Soamon, C. R. Scl3.
u. s. n., u. ii. Simpson, Mrs. u. ii,
Simpson and child, A A. Smith, Mrs.
A. A. Smith Dr. E. G. Smith. Miss
Smith, C. A. E. Spamer, Miss L M.
.. .rs u. . uiauwu:. una cmi-, R Wnkrr . K, Walker, O. J. Wall
Iron; MUs M L Chase, Chan Chow, , Wn)1 j A Wat6()nj MrSi clias.
Mrs. Chan Chow", Mrs. C. F. Cliarle.t c. Wells. W C Wells, Thos Wolfe. Mrs
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Remington with two color ribbon $62.50, No. 5
spnmcr, L. Slang. Mrs. I Stnng, Miss
B Tnv0I.( A. ,, Vandamann, Mrs L. J.
."" f '"",... i vuer.
Blackstock, Miss Sarah J. Blake, Mn.
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V , H. M. CUrtlS. ..Th. 11. M. CUL
Mrs. A. Christie Mrs. John Calrl-.o
tis, Henry Davis, Mrs. Henry Davis,
J. G. DoPrez. Mrs. J. O. Del'rez, Mrs.
Peter Dlerks. Miss Catharine Dlerks,
Mrs. L. O. Edwards. O. E. Elliott,
JCorlnne Johnson, Mss S. E. John-
Rlno, Gordon Jones, Mrs. Gordon
Tnnn. flnrilnn 1 f Iiinna IMI.n nnmn
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Kratz, Mrs. Krell and mall. A. L.
Kulp, Mrs. A. L. Knln.l Herbert E.
I.aw, I.'LewN; "Mrs. H. 1jwls, Mrs. K.
E. Llewelyn, Ai Marti., AV'MncKye,
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M. K; Morse.-'MlHs M. L. Nelson, Mlsa
'A.-Nclson, 'Jilsa O. Pannceforte nnd
'liiranf, L. PellU'Mrs. L. i'elll nnd mnt.l
.Miss E. Pott, Miss II. L. Rawllnson.
Mrs. M. O. Ripley, William Sandleri.
Mls3 Emily Scnlt. Miss Isahelln Scott,
Mrs. II.'II. Bkcrrctt. Miss N. Ptelzo,-,
Miss N. Slow, .C. Toynma, Hi S. To-
ynrna, T, Tsuncltawa, Ml is F. M. Tur
ntT ,;,; N, Vmha r Wuiker. Mr
D L Patterson, J. H. 1.
Coruciof Alnkea u.id King streets.
Morning Sorvires Jrnlor Y. P. 8
C. 10. , 9; MUs laa McGtilre, supcrlu
.tendeut. Bible school, 9:45;, W. G.
Hall, tuperlntendent. Sermon, 11;"
subject, "Wbcsoevcr Is Bom of God
Does Not Commit Sin" (1st' John,
3-9). , '
Evening Services Senior Y. P. S.
C. E., 0:30; subject, "Tbe Christian
...i.i, .in., .jiuunniuiillt .inn. )V III. ..mmai m inntxit I J. ' ' ' -
Graces"; leader, Mis. A. Rasemnn; Llm(,rIcSi Tho VCSSP, met wtn m0(1.
president. Ernest It. VelboHrn.Bcr.'erato tnM and cn!tfcr, swcIs ,
inon. 7:30; subject. "Doubting s chBnncIi
Thomas" (John 20:24-29). M
Special music by the young inon'aj T1IE PACIFIC Mall liner Mongolia
choir, under the direction of Mr. Wn- nw illachnrn'nir frpla-ht nt iho Alakei'
larmnu. a. l.-. iiv.iv:i.ver, pamur.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 259
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
1 ARRIVED 1 , DEPARTED
I -a I J. li
Saturday. May 7.
Manila la Hongkong and Japan
Norfolk, Va. Rokeby, Br. stmr.
Norfolk, Va. Vancouver, Br. stmr.
Sunday, May 8.
Knual ports Klnau, stmr, '
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Monday, May 9.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. S. a.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco and
Puget Sound Arlzonan, Adl. stmr.
Tuesday, May 10.
San Francisco Chlyo Mam, T. K.
K. S. S.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Ia,
San Francisco Ban jGnbrlcl, Port,'
,' Wednesday. May 11.
Kauai ports W, O. Hall stmr.
Thursday, May 12.
Hawaii, nnd Maul ports Claudlnc.
Snn Francisco Lurllne, M N. S. 8.
San Francisco Sheridan, U. 8. A. T.
Friday May 13.
San Francisco Sierra, O, S. S.
- - , . .
In tho midst of tho Home Rule
wnlls, 3urroumlcd by tins eyerjrcciu
ni:d Mags, Intertwined by mniro nnd
ferns, which form n part of the dec
orntans, the members and friends ot
the new Hul lloomannnunuao sat
down to n luuu nt nojti tiday, which
was spread In the Kahltlaulnr.l Hall.
Tho kauUau Blurted at nooit, last
ing nil this nfternoot undl G o'clock.
After that tho floor will be cleared
and the dancers will be given an
opportunity to prove thojiselves
worthy of hnvlng space In fie hall.
During the luauitlo 'Hawaiian
band played appropriate so cctlons.
The ladles, wearing lllmn ni.d mails
Icls, wore In thei.1 best. The, re
ceipts will bo used for charitable
THE FREIGHT list of (ho Intcris
land steamer Mauna Kca, from Hllo
via way ports, arriving this morning.
Included corn, hogs, timber, 34 cords
i wood, 4C pieces ohla wood, 100 sacks
flour, 171 bales hides nnd 220 packages
i :""". ".-"- ------------
pireet wharr win do iiispatcnen tor
jsan Francisco at' tei o'clock tomor-
row morning. The vessel is Unking
buta score of passengers for tho coast.
j VCOQCkO IU ftnniic I
Friday, May c.
i Maul and Hawaii ports ciaudlnc,
lllllla. U If. 111.
-Kcauhou, stmr., G p. nt,
Island ports Hyades,
Sunday, May 8.
8an Krsanclsco Mongolia,
S. S., 10 a. m,
Monday, May V.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr,
Tuesday, May 10.
Japan ports and Hongkong Chlyo
Mnru, T. K. K. S. 8.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Thursday, May 12. ,,
Kauai ports W. O. Hill, stmr.
Friday, May 13.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Saturday, May 14.
San Francisco Tenyo Mam, T. K.
K. S. 8.
Monday, May 16.
San Francisco Lurllne. M. N. S. S.
Tuesday, May 17.
Japan ports and Hongkong Asia,
P. M. 8. S.
Wednesday, May 18.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8.
Saturday, May 21,'
San Francisco Korea,, P. M. 8. 8.
Wednesday;' May 25f
1 San Francisco Wtlhelmlna, M. N.
Victoria and Vnncojver Manuka,
C.-A. 8. B. ' - .
Friday, May 27.
Australian ports via Suva Makura,
C.-A. 8. 8.
South and Central American ports
Ruyo Mnru, Jap. stmr.
Monday, Ma 30.
' Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, p: M. S. S.
i , - 1
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, May C Sam Lylo, C. C.
James. Mrs. F, H. Hayseldcn, Oeo. W.
Carr, Mrs. A. J. Rodriguez, H.iS. Hag
crup, J. Vlerlra. P. O. Riley, Dr. Ai J.
Derby. W L. Hellbron, J. D. M"cVetgh,
Mrs. C. II. Judd, O. Ahsee.
-- - r-
Por stmr. Klnau for Kauai norts.
May 10. Mrs. D. D. Baldwin. Miss L.
Day, H. D. Sloggett, Mrs. Sloggett. '
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo via
way ports', :Myi 10. D.- II, Davis, A.
Watcrhouso. F. T. P. WaterhOuao. Mr.
and Mrs. Woodhrldgo, Mrs. II. D. Cor
bctt, A. W. Carter, Mrs. Carter, Mr.
Mary Rodriguez. Ji Rodriguez. T. E.
Hudson, Mrs. Hudson.vJ, J. Yamlti,
Jos. Stein, E. II, Bryan, Mrs. Dryan,
Miss E. Dunn.
HILO SHIPPING as reported by tl.o
steamer Mauna Kea Includes tha
American-Hawaiian freighter Alaskan,
which arrived thcro.on Friday to load
sugar, for Sallna, Cruz. Tho Bchooncr
S. T. Alexander Is ut the Hawaii port
discharging lumbor from a ray's Har
bor. The vessol arrived on Saturday
afternoon. Tho ship, Edward Sewall
Is loading sugar for New York and tho
schooner Ilalboa Is taking on a ship
ment of hard wood railway tics for
PURSER PHILLIPS of the steamer
Mauna Kea reports the following: su.?
ar as awaiting shipment on Hawaii:
Olaa, 41.000; Watakea, 5000; Hawaii
Mill, C000; Walnaku, 10,000; Onomea.
none; Pcpeekeo, 2000; Honomu, 7000;
Hakalau, 1,860; Laupahoehoe, 5000;
Ookala, 200; Kukalau. D none, II 1492;
Hamakua, 10,500; Paauhau, 6 400; H.v
nokaa 13,000; Kiiktilhaele, 5157; Pu
naluu, 7003; Honuaiio, 5293.
THE STBAMERNIIhou Is reiiortcd at
Honokaa, having .taken on a shipment
of 6100 sacks of Bugar and Is expect
ed to arrive here tomorrow, Tho ves
sel will also bring a consignment oC
Parker ranch cattle.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Maul
Is exacted to arrive at Honolulu to
morrow morning with a shipment cC
sugar taken oh at Kiiktilhaele.
IT IS REPORTED that tho steamer
Ilelcno, with sugar from Hawaii ports,
vyill nrrlvo at Honolulu on Sunday
AT THE SAILINO ot the Mauni
Ken for Honolulu the Bteamor Cns
cado wob reported as loading sugar at
HAILUA JAIL IS- .
Tbo Toritorlal grand Jiry sltl'ng
nt Kf.Uuu made the followlhg. rec
ommendation: "Your grand Jury 'haB aliojaken
Into consideration the dl (graceful,
unsanitary conditions and the Inade
quacy of tho Kallur. .Jail and-outbuildings
at Kallua; wo therefore
summoned tho. menibJri of the Hoard
of Supervisors ot tho County of Ha
waii to appear befoie us fr the
I purpose of calling thJlr special at
tention to the. matter, and uon their
I assurance that tbey will glyo tho
matter their Immediate attentlcn, we
trust that, the conditions will be rem
edied before the next term of the
Third Circuit Court."
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