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P EVfimNQ BOLtfif tN, n0N0Lt?m. T. it,, MONDAY, MAY , 1910.
I .Masonic Temple WE HAVE WITH US JJTamd gekeral RAOQAfiE"!" AriZrhntrr
H .t PA3kUWHff?w Tclcphono C03 to have Laundry 1ltV IrailSier LOM UL. JJL
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St nccmjr lOlCllUai Wft&iSEttJirtt , Jame Baker. Young lfotol stand. u ' - -- . ARRIVED T
K . K!if5BfcwnT:FHwW. Call on Mlko Paton at thn EncoroH 4 ..
H Monday h--MJBV-.-J'-Tillai i M J Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter- I wi ehfront iote I PA83EN3ER8 ARRIVED. I,
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch
Honolulu Commandery Stated
7130 p, m.
Honolulu First Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of tea
Order are cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. r. nail
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS 2MnAlI!
KNEFICIAL ASWIATIOH. elation, cm
HABMONY L0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moots every Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. O. O. T. Hall, Fort Streot.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
H Paffinr nialrf. f--i.-'-1- -- .vimbi - ,w . f. uiun, - i
natnr Tniuiu it ,iria" w,u"u " uume uiy line
UAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ofrrKbjonuttjg on display at her Kbrt
Meots overy first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of p. Hall,
corner Fort and Bcretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONE8, C. C.
O. 1'. HEINE, K. It. a
JIONOLULU I0D0E 010, B, T.JQ.JL
7 Honolulu Lodge No. 610, II. P. O.
" Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin?
Street, near Fort, overy Friday even'
lug. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHEUTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
, Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
; dlally invited to attend.
P. IUGGINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
"7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
tleretanla and Fort streets.
- Visiting Eagles aro invited to at-
V. R. KILEY, W. P.
WM. O. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY I0DQE 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 Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
! ROD A?
f it Honolulu Photo Supply
t F0BT. BELOW HOTEL
FILMS 'AND CAMEBAS
May's Old Kona
HENBY MAY & CO.
AT THE YOUNC
Monday. Miv 9.
W II nice, I.lhue: Chas. Itlco. J. W.
ncn . Knalltl. V f7 MnTlnnfll 1 lVnah.
tngton. 1). C, Hans Isenbccg.'Llhuo;
ii. iifiiiiir i.iniin. i: a iikavav. wi.
ertownj Miss U E. Cox, San Francis-
co; r biiunan, I.Hiuc; J. II. McCul
lough, San Francisco.
Friday, May C.
A W. t?.imnH. Wnhlnun Mf nn.l
Mrs T It Woodbildgo, Bait Lake,
Wednesday, May 4.
P H. Sheridan, August Johnson.
AT TH5 HAWAIIAN.
Monday, May 9,
Howard Sisters. Sin Francisco; D.
V Chadnlck and wife. II S. Nnvi : C,
D. McEachrrn i:ya"; O. V Graham,
l.inne, c. 11. McNally, Walpahu.
Sunday, May 8.
E. Clark and wife, city: J T 8lln
and wire, city; II E McLean, Chlca
"Thursday, May 5.
John Svvlft. I.cllclnn; Adam Lltut
sa, IlllO, L Hagclh), Manila.
-Lf iBBaTl'nnJlt.! !... .. . d
Tho Crystal Springs butter sold at
thcMctropolltnn Market tclcuhono 43
Ti superior to-anynuttcr fold In Mono
-UHlelwa.ls a pretty good place nt
which to Bpeinl a Micatlon. Tho man
agcrthcTo Is offcrlug special rates to
Huy onr candy nt (he Palm Cafe,
nncro It is nlv,a)s (rcsli and pure.
It la niado on tho premises every day
In tho year.
(let jour talcum ponder at Benson,
Smith & Co. Tho noncst odors aro
Williams' Carnation, Eastman's Crush.
cd Hoses and Itlckscckcr's Golf Queen
They aro fine and delicate
now Athletic underwear, H. v. D,
goods, new shirts and pajamas, in
light weight- and pretty colors. A"
fino lot of now suitings at Yce Chan
& Co.'s. King and Bcthcd street.
At Mclnerny Shoo Store. Fort above
King, thcro g n large assortment of
ladles' and gentlemen's shoes nnl
ImmpB Giiltablo for year at tho recep
tions to lx hold during tho visit of tho
' FAREWELL FEAST
Mr and Mrs. George. Campbell, who
wwa 'married last week, entertained a
party of bachelor friends of tho brldo
groom at their home on Sunday, The
SUfilsto the number of a dotei, spent
tint -afternoon playing progressive
whist and pedro, and at S o'clock sat
down to a farewell 'slag' dinner.
All the bachelor friends of Mr.
Campbell toasted him many times, and
tho health of tho brldo was also hon
ored. Many wishes for tho future, hap
piness or tho married couple were ex
pressed, and there waa only one thing
regretted; that was the absence of
Lester Pctrle, who Is recognized aa the
most' popular bachelor of tho old
bunch, that has now been broken uv
oy ueatn ana marriage.
$5,250 IS PAID
Fhe thousand, two hundred and flft
dollarsVwas the amount mid for prop
erty located on tho corner of Union
street and Adams lane, the deed for
which was recorded In the Bureau of
Comcyanccs this morning.
For that consideration Wiflter Hon'
man sold to Simpson Dctkcr tho land
located as tinted, tna sale pneo in.
eluding all buildings and appurlo'
nances located upon tho site.
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
fiia Kind You Have Always Bought
ROE In Honolulu, May 9, 1910,
Mr. and Mrs. C. It, Hoe, a son
THE DEPARTniB of the MatBon
Navigation stoimo; N'uvadan Irom Ban
Francisco to Honolulu s reported yes
terday Tho stcanrr may bring down
a number of paubt users In nddltlon to
THE STEAMER" Nllhail freight list
mon arrival from Hawaii ports es
terilay Included fiSIR bigs sugar, 55
head cattle nnd 21 cnltes
tho Bulletin office.
fa7-"For Rent" cards on tale tX
The best soda water,
AYoodward,' 'phono C57,
Tclephono C03 to hae Laundry
called for and delivered quick,
7-8cated Auto for hire. Plionp 199
James BaVer. Young lfot'ol Stand.
Call on Mlko Paton at tho Encoro
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needlework. Mr. II. Bell, 162 Hotel
If ypu want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
The Kentucky saloon Is ns famed
for. good liquors as the Stalo of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts Is tho propri
etor. V. R Cnstlp and Mrs. Hitchcock of
fer to donato to tho County for park
purposes the land on Front street
known as kukuau Second, If tho rest
of tho land makal of Front street to
Walanuenuo street can bo secured for
tho same purpose. Hllo Tribune.
This morning at half-past ten
o'clock, a Potto Rlcan woman had
her leg Injured through Jumping
from nn clo'trlc enr near Bates
street. The woman became scared
at tho near approach of n wagon,
which win loaded with furniture,
nnd Just as tho shafts of the wagon
touched the car, she Jumped out and
was thrown to tho ground
The furniture wagon was forcrd
against the car and the shafts
broken off by tho collision. All the
household effects were securely tied
on with ropes, and nothing fell off.
Tho woman was taVcn to the
Queen's Hospital by the police and
admitted for treatment.
The season's first cherries came In
the Lurllne this morning and are
now being eagerly sought for at
Henry May & Co.'s grocery store.
Among the other arrivals wire
oranges, grapefruit, lemons, altl
chokes, celery, caultdJwcr, frosh
peas, turnips, horseradish, froren
Eastern o)stcrs and Piritan Califor
nia Creamery butter.
(Continued from Pace 1.1
has been prominent In the ig.tatlons
and has been around tho Judiciary
building and tho Palace from tha drat,
but against whom no specific charge
has been gained until ho tried to coin
niuntcato with quarantine island yes
terday. He Is abovo tho aviraco In
Intelligence and Is a Smart AIc;k sort
Tho officials havo no means of know
ing, as yet, whether ull communication
with the detained Russians on tho Is
land has been intercepted, but a sharp
kokout has been kept and If any agl
taiors hao gotten In with tho new
comers to spread'the gospel of discon
tent incy musi navo ocon unusually
TUBNED WATEB ON
(Continued from Pace 1.)
Tlio hose was played merrily till a
stalwart cop arrived on tho sccno
and, after doing a movlng-plcturo
stunt to the edification of a big
bunch of spectators, grabbed the
hoso and turned off tho winter. Judge
Andrudo listened to the evidence
and then fined Mrs. Haynes $ and
$3,40 costs for Injury dono to the
house and person of tho owner.
Per M. N. 8. 8 . Lurllne. from San
Francisco, May 9. Mr, and Mrs, L.
Underwood, Mrs. T, A. Simpson, Miss
C. Simpson, Mrs, Francis, Dr. J. F.
Baptlst.cHov. W. D, Weatcrvclt,, Mra.
V. M. Darnhardt and son, Mr, and
Mrs. F, .Rose, A. J. Jungclaus, F. L.
Starrctt, F. Mcdclros, E. A. Btlio, II.
Schrlcner. F. Bohlmann, J. 11. McCtil
lough, Miss E. E. Cox, Mrs. 'i. J,
Walsh and child, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Foster, Mrs. W. F. Daniels, Mlsi J.
Howard, Miss B. Howjrd.
KIOHTY-TWO, sacks of lator main
land mall arrived ut Honolulu at noon
today by tho Japanese liner Chlyo
Maru. Tho vessel brought San Fran
cisco files of newspapers boarlng dates
to May 3rd. '
"Tho. millennium must be a long
way oft," remarked tho thoughtful
"Why do jou think soT" wo qsked.
"Wllh Us coming the lion and tho
lamb aro to He down togethor, you
know," rejoined the t. t. "But at thq
present writing, while lions may bn
OjUie to gel down, lambs are getting
higher and higher."
"Yes," said the m'an with tha scanty
hair, "my wife is rmich interested In
"Then the neighbors nro right," re
joined tho man with tho hammer,
"What d yn mean?" qucrlcr tho
party of t,ho prelude,
"They; Buy," answered tho other,
"thai slie 1b Interested In over body's
Iron handkerchiefs In tho middle
first nnd the edges can then be iron
ed mofn easily. If the edges bo
Ifoned first tho middle wilt swell
out, nnd the hnndkorchlof can not
be folded in a gpod shape.
IT WAS NOT a Urgo c iw broinht
to this port by thn American llH.vulhn
freighter' ArUonan, which arrive! nt
Honolulu yesterday Mttcrnoon. Tho
ArUonan freight list Included ah ml
two thousatd tors of feed stuffs and
sundries from vnilous ports of call nn
tho mainland. Tho vessel will Ukn nt(
a full shipment or sugar nnd other
lines of Hawaiian products beforo tak
ing her departure for Sallnn Cruz.
THE 1NTER-I8LAND stenmer Klnau
arriving yesterday from Kauai pi.ts
urougnt mo following IJcms or gcr,(ral
cargo: 209 bales sheep vool and 2D
hcn,d cattle, 47 bundle- hides, 4
bundles sheep and goat skins, 35 sinks
taro, 40 sacka coal, 22 empt) beer I. ir
rcls, 10 empty wlno b-irrels, 177 ct-ioa
tins; 10G packages sundries.
NEWCABTLE, N. S W.. Is the des-
tlnitlon of thq British freighter T
merle which has completed the din
charge of n shipment of coal. The ves
fcI arrived here from tho Australian
cnal port a week ngo nnd will return
to Australia according to the latest
orders received by Captain McIUnln
KAUAI SUGAR awaiting shipment
includes tho following consignments
according to a report brought tu Ho
nolulu by tho steamer Klnau. K, S.
M 10 300! M. A, K., 57,805; O, & R ,
220: McB. 48,393: K P.. 7015: K. S.
Co, 2000; M. 8. Co, 13,000: O. F,
w.rju; it, m , m,4z.
TWENTY 8IX davs from MMwnj
Island, the llttlo supply schojuer
Flaurcnco Ward hai arrlcd at Mi
txirt. The vessel tm tdo a round Vrlu
to tho Pqclflc Comu crclal ciblu sta
tion, taxing a run -iiipmoii or sup
piles for the colony cf operators and
A DAUGHTER has been welcomed
at the homo of Captain W. C Druliii.
master of the Inter Island steamer No
cau. Captain Bruhn has about decid
ed to enter the jnung lad) In the list!
as u stewardess on the Kauai liner.
INCLUDED In the shipment
brought to Honolulu jcstcidny by the
steamer Cascade from Hawaii ports
was 9030 sacks of sugar.
Pcr T. M. B. 8. Mongolia, for Ran
Francisco, May 8. F. K. Howard, Mlsa
Oraco Cook Gustav Peterson, Stephen
E. Thompson, Mrs. Thompson, Mlns II.
Armstrong, C. E. Sinborn, Mrs. A, C.
McKcnncy. J. 11. Closson Mrs. J. II.
Closson,. Mrs. J. W, Saunders, II. P.
Frcar W. H. Lcwellyn, W. II. Evans,
Mrs. w. II. Evans, Mrs. J u.-Prosser,
Miss L. D. Morrlam, Mrs. D. R. Mcr
rlam, L. Margolin, Mr. Brnsch, Mrs.
M, Brasch. Mrs. 11. E. Walty. Miss B.
Carra, C. V. Spitz. -I. A. Kennedy, W.
Plerco. Mrs. N, B. Plcrco, S. si.
Lowrey. J. F. Williams, Miss M. M.
Wight, Chas. N, Howard, Miss .. K.
Hart. L. C. Abies. Victor C. Farrar,
Chltaro Shlmnsakl, Tattler Jullcn, II.
O Ncbcker, J, F. Colburn. Mrs. W.
Monsarrat. ,F. W. McClcllan, Mrs. W.
Llshman. Ed Lord, E.' M. Watson, Mm.
E. M. Watson and child, Richard
Dablo. F. W, Evcrton, O. P. Beaumont
HOW can we offer such bargains ypu rfiay well ask,
for the REMINGTON "VISIBLE" has been o
the market only a yeaj. Yet this is only a
sample of the remarkable typewriter bargains we bave;
to oner. These machines aire rebuilt. That is, they
are machines that have been usd and all worn parts
have been replaced with absolutely new parts. We
guarantee every machine (or one year.
NOTE THESE PRICES:. No. 10 Remington visible
writing only $75.00, No. 7 Remington $60.00, No. 7
R6mitteton with two color ribbon $62.50, No, 5
A. B. Arleisn
Per T. K. K. S S. CIiljo Maru, from
0.. 17.1. ftl-.. 1 t.. tt....1..1.. ,"- -ww ".
omi riuuuciu, i.ii., . rur iiuiiumiii. Kalla ports Klnau, Btmr., 3:30 a, m. r
U."n.V . ""'V, U'W- .1!(Ir.f,w1?'l K"'' liorts-W. G. Hall, stmr., 3:30 I
E. Ilabb, K. F. Coo, Itev. W. J. Cuth- Brtn '
...uii ..in. n. ... biiiiMiui, n ui'i, i.. Hawaii ports Cascado, stmr., 5 a. m.
IY tlnnlcn, K, Iiws, W. Mnrltui, M tr.ii nnri.Niii.mi imr r. n m.
Mlyaknwn, H. Tahara K. Tnkajama,
Y Tnkasakl II. Wnrngal, Mrs. II.
Wnrngnl, J. YBiing-ich, E. J lliien,
C .Maglnnus, 1). Mcl'hcrsnn, Jnt. O.
McNally. Mrs. Jas. C McNnlly, MUi
Mndellno McNally, Muster Kcano Mr
Nnlly, hov, II. (1. Rom g, Mrs. II. G.
Romlg and Infant Master John E. Ho
rn Ik, Master Arthur M Romlg Ken
neth r. Anderson, T. J. Barkley, Mrs.
T, J, Barkley, John C, Barney, Miss
Viola Ilcrge, Rev, CIuib. Brown. Mrs.
Chas. Brown, F, C. 3-irter, B. F. Cat-
lett, Mra. II. F. Catlolt, Miss Harriot
Ctlett. D. Glenn CragV, R. K. Crow
WT 1.' PMit ns Plmn II Punnlnnhflni
Mrs. Chas. II. Cunningham Jos L,
Davis, Allison P. Du Dose, John II
Fisher, Mrs. John H, Fisher, Hcnr
Flury, Frank II, Gore, Mrs. Frank II
Oore, Louis 8 Hans, Thoa. Hanlcy.
A. 8. Hardy; Mrs. A. 8. Hardy. Byron
F Hnstlngs, Mrs. Byron F. Hasting.
Master Wells Hastings, Miss Isabel
Hnstlngs Miss Helen Haver. J. J. Her
flnglon, II. B. Hickman. II J. Hill,
Marlon C. Ison, A. II. Johnson, Mrs.
C. R. Johnson, C. It. Johnson, Jr. Mrs.
E. C, Johnson, C. F Knuffnian, Albert
E W. King. Jr., F. II. Kennedy, Mrs
F. II. Kennedy, A. C, Kuruck, B. P.
l.entnerinan. unri u. i-ong .inn. u.
Mitchell, Ebcrhnrdt Muellor, Mrs. i;u
erhardt Mueller J. 8. Noffslngor, J.
O'Harn, Miss Mary O, Hlbclln, Robt. 8.
Ripley Miss Louise E. Schell, O. C.
Tcbastlau. Sold Back Sing, Mrs. It. M.
Shearer, O A. Stevens, Allen J. Thom
as, Miss C. V. V. Tile. P F, Whttacro.
Mrs, P. F, Whltncre. A. M., Wise.
Per stmr. Klnnu, from Kami ports.
May 8 W. II. Rice. C. A. Rico Hans
Isciiherg. .1. I. SIKn. Mrs. J. I, Sllva,
II. Itohrlg, J. J. Crockett, Mrs E. K.
Kanrakua. M. II. Jardln, M. Mntsushl
tn. K, Mlianl, Mrs. K, Mllanl, M. A.
Mlkaclo A. L. McDonald, John Neal,
G. Inouje, John do Cnmbra Jcrvcs,
Shell Wu, 8 Koiiintsu Miss L. Chris
tina, Mrs. Dotn, II. Onehn, Mr. Oshlro
nnd 68 deck.
Per Btmr Mlknhnla from Molokat
nnd Maul ports May 8 Mr. Chlnahl
lln, L. B. Ncvln. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Townscnd, Julius Bartcls, R. Il-ivon-
Iort, F C, Palmer, Thus. Kalawala, J.
Morse, Lou Man.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Monday, May 9.
8AN rilANCIBCO Sailed May 7,
noon: 8. S. Sierra, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled May 8: S.
8. Novadan, for Honolulu.
EATTLB Arrived May 8: 8. S. Virgi
nian, from San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Mn 7.
China, henco April 25.
HILO Arrived April 30: Sch
Alexander, from Eureka.
Saturday, hay 7.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 7:
8. S. China, henco April 25.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 7:
8 S. Sierra, noon lor Honolulu.
HILO Arrived, April 30:
Schr 8E. T, Alexander, from Eure
ka. BULLETIN ADS PAY
Riimtav. Mav 8.
Molokat and Maul ports Mlkahala,
Mmr-i ,,30 n m.
Hawaii ports Hclcne, stmr., a. m.
Hawaii ports Iwalanl, stmr., a. m.
Sallna Crux via 8au Francisco and
Scntllc Arlionlan, A.-H. stmr., 1 p. m.
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Rokcby, Br, Btmr.
Norfolk, Vn. Vancouver, Br. stmr.
Tuesday, May 10.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loj,
,' t,vni.o, n.hH.i Pnri
' Sqln Kranclsco-San Gabriel, lort
Wednesday, May 11.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, May 12.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlnc,
San Francisco Sheridan, U, 8. A. T.
Friday Mav 13.
Ifongkong ivla Japan ports Teno
Maru, T, K. K. 8. S.
8an Francisco Sierra, O. 8. S.
Saturday, May 14.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Manila vln ports-Clcv eland, U.
Manila via ports Chattanooga, U.
Sunday, May 15.
Maul and Molokal porlB Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr.
Tuesday, May 17.
San Francisco Asia. P. M. 8. S.
San Francisco WUhcImlna. M. N.
Friday, May 20.
Seattle Hllonlan, M. N. 8. 8. '
Saturday, May 21,
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, P,
M. S. S.
Wednesday, May 25.
Australian ports via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. S. S.
Newcastlo, N. 8. W, St. Dunstan,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. S. 8.
Hongkong vln Japan porta Buyo
.Maru, Jap. stmr.
Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 8. 8.
Malls aro iio at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Chljo Mam, May
Yokohama Per Teni o Maru May II.
Colonies Per Manuka., May 25.
Vancouver Per Mak,ura, May 27.
Malls will depart for the following
points ns follows:
San Francisco Per Tenyo Maru. May
Yokohama Per Chljo Maru. Mav 10.
Vancouver Per Manuka, May 25.
Colonies Per Manuka, May ?5.
SUGAR ARRIV1NO from Kauai
ports by tho stea nor W. O Hall yes
terday Included 5500 lacks. Tho ves
sel also liroiuht somo Sundries.
I : . ." i j
Sunday, May 8.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S.
S , 0 a. m.
VESSELS TQ DEPART
Monday. May V.
Kauai ports W O. Halt, stmr., C
p. m. " .
Kauai ports Nooau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Tuesday, May 10.'
Japan ports and Hongkong Chi) a
Maru, T. K. K. 8. S.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Maul .and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai K)ita Klqau,,s(nir", 5 p. m.
Thursday, May 12.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr, 5
Friday, May 13.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Manila via Guam Sheridan, U. 8.
Kona nnd Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Saturday, May 14.
San Francisco Tehyo Maru, T. K.
K. S. S.
Monday, May 10.
San Francisco Lurllno. M. N. 8. S.
Tuesday, May 17.
Japan ports and Hongkong Asia,
P. M. 8. S. , ,. k .
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kei,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal 'ports Mlkahala,
Wednesday, May IB.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8,
Thursday, May 10.
Kauai ports W, G. Hall, stmr,
Friday, May. 80 ,
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlnc,
Saiurday, May 21,
San Francisco Korea, P. M. 8. ti:
Tuesday, May 24.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr. '
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
Wednesday, May 25.
San Francisco Wilhelmlna, M. N.
Yiclofla and Vancouver Manuka,
C.-A. S. 8.
Thursday, May 26.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, Btmr.
.Friday, May 27, , t
Australian ports via .Jura Matunt,
C.-A. 8. B, ,
South nnd Central American ports
Buyo Maru, Jap. stmr,
, Maul, nnd Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Monday, Maj' 30.
Japan porta and li'ingkong Mon
golia. P. M. S. 8.
PA83ENQERS BOOKED f
" Per T. K. K. 8. 8. Chlyo Maru, .for
Japan ports and Hongkong. Mrs.
Cameron, Mrs. G. F. pesbcln, F. II.
Rodward, Ki Katsumoto. Rev. 8. Hon
da. Paul do Kcrbcrg. Mrs. do Kerberg,
Mrs. A. E, Kaiser. Mrs. Keslnsky.
"Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal potts. May 10. It. 8. Ilosmcr,
Mr, n. Llndh. Mrs.'K. Pohoku. Mra.
tti dtmr. Mauna Lpa, for Kona anil
Kau ports, May 13. A. Hancbcrg, J
Per atmr. W. O. Hal. for Kauai
PortB. May 12. A. .Robljson and par
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai porti.
May 10. Mrs. B. D. BaldwIn.vMlss L.
Day.ilUD. Sloggctt, Mrs. SloggotL.
. fer stmr, Mauna Koa,, for IIHo via
wn,ir ports, May 10. D. ,11.. Davis, A
Watcrhouse. F. .T. P. WatcrhOuse. Mr.
arid Mrs. Woodbrldge. Mrs H. D- Cor-
bett, A. W. Carter, Mrs. carter,. Mr
Mary Rodriguez. J. Hodrlguex. T. E.
Hudson, Mrs. Hudson, J, J. Yamltz,
Jos. Stein, E. It. Bryan, Mrs. Bryan,
Miss B. Dunn.
rer O. .S. 8. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, May 18. Mrs. 'A, II. Lackland,
Mrs. ii. -. naiBicaa, jnr. ana mrs.
Pheip Mrs. F. A. Potter, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W, Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs,
A. R. Scott, Mrs. J. R, Moyers, Mr.
and Mrs. L. T-I'eck, Miss Eorle. Miss
K. Donovan. Mrs.-J. R. Collon, MfS. A
M Locke, R, Catton, WVM. Speyor, Mr.
and Mr, E. A. Bunker.' Miss Z. K.
Hart, Mrs. E. It. Earl, Miss D. Earl,
Mr. and Mrs: TM. BoJwltf, Miss Bun
ker. Mrs. Li. Rider. Mr. and Mrs. Har
ris, R. W. T. PuryU. Mrs. Purvis. Miss
Sowall, Mrs. bewail, .Miss Hcouj Mrs.
M. M. 8cott. Mrs. W. H. Dlmond, F'8..
Scuddcrj-Mrs. Prossor, Miss Thatchor,
Blshon Resiarlcki Mrs. W. C. Dallcy,
C. 0, Bockus, D. L. Conkllng Miss E.
J. Davidson, Miss E. M, DavldBbn, Mr.
and Mrs. B. 8. nenlson, Mr. and Mrs
Kcllncr. II. Kellncr. A. M, Howo.
A. Y. Iwls, . Cj. Akona, M,r. oni Mr.
l, t. l'oaK ana cnnu.
Tor M. N. B. B. Lin-line, ror an
Francisco. May 16. Pr, E. 8 Good-
huo, Mrs. .8, E, WooUSy Chas." Broad,
Mrs. Broad. Miss ,R. Coleman, Miss G.
Coleman, Wm, Rathman, Nelson B.
Lansing, C. Porter, 5w B. Hyde, Mrs.
E, D. Hyde, Mrs. M. T. Scott, MI F.
Lyhch. W. L. Jeffries, L, I'arr, Nela
Newman, II. W, BUr. Mra. atarK.
Mrs. E. L. Waterman, C Harvey.
Elder, E. H. Watcrmut, IMra. Ji K,
Brawn, Mrs. J. K. Brown. Jr., Mrs. E.
L Fr.izlor. II. U Kerr.. W., h. Smith.
Mrs. W. A. Atwater, Id,a, M. pa,stou,
MISS m. -M. wrinm.
.'..v-- . r
DIk, sailed from Honolulu for Seattle",
May 3, , r
Loiiai s'aH'd. from Honolulu for San
.Francisco May 4,, , ,
Sheipian arrived at Manila May 3.
Bhcrlila duo at Honolulu from Ban
rranciscp aiqy w.y
THR PACIFIR 4lAII. lttler Pl.tun
p'nltlp't (ron Honolulu n route, U Urn
r;ar i ns on avu . is roporicd 'ns
hJnk nrrlved at Yokohama on last