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EVENJNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., TUESDAY, MAT 10, 1910.
Hawaiian Second Degree,
BI M HD
Honolulu Chapter noyal Arch
Honolulu Commander Stated
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu First Decree.
1 Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting mcraberi ot the
Order are cordially Invited to
attond meetings of local lodges
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 5t"Mn.?
KNEFICIAL ASVWICR. elation, cor-'
i HARMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
11. i Meets evory Monday evening at
f-vl7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall. Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II.-E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordlallj
fc OAHU I0DOE, No. J, K. ot-2;
PjJ Meets every flrst and third -.Erf-
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall.
Corner Tort and TifTBl.inln VMttnir
"brothsrs cordially Invited to attend?
A1. JUNKS, C. G. - .'
0. P. HEINE. K. U. a"'
HONOLULU lODaE 610, B. P. 0. E.
"UUUIU1U IXJUgO IMO. Old, II, 1'. U.
j-jLiKB, niruiB nv,inoir nan, on King
pjjBtreet, near Fort, every Friday even
!;1HK. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend. '
JAS. D, DOUGHERTY, E. 11.
OEO. TKEjUEOEL. "Sec.
HAWAIIAN THIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every flrst and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
ItPythlas Halt, Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HIGG1NS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED-
INESDAY evenings of each month at'
57:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner.
ioeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-!
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
. ivm n iinmv cn .-
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WM. MoKINIEY LODGE NO. 8.
r I .
HI Man,. a........ Qm.1 - . 1IL C. ....... ..
Rtjevenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
gjHall, cor. Fort and Beretanla, Visit
Bjlng brothers cordially Invited to at-
Jty II. A. TAYLOR. 0. 0.
I - c, t, juuuauii, i, ii. a.
'.' A- COMPLETE LINE OF
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Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
st Gurrey'.s Ltd.
lMay's Pld, Konn
tsr ., HENRY MAY & CO.
WE HAVE WITH IIS
AT THE YOUNG.
Monday, May 0.
W. II. Rice, Llhuo; Chas. Itlco. J. V,
Noal, Kcalla; V. C. McDunall, Wash
ington, D, C.i Hans Iscnberg. Llhuo;
H. Itohlg, Llhuo C. ' McAvoy. Wat-
ortpwn; Miss R. E. Cox, San Francis
co; r. SUlman. Llhuo; J. 11. McCul
lough, Snn Francisco.
Friday, May 6.
A, W. EuincB. Walilawa; Mr; and
Mrs. T. R. Woodbrldgc, Salt Lake,
Wednesday, May 4.
P. II. Shcridnn, August Johnson.
Monday,1 May 9.
Howard Sisters,- gin Francisco; D,
V. Chadwlck and wife, V, 8. Navy; C.
I). McKachern, Ewn; 0. W. Graham,
Llhuo; C. H. McNally, Wal'pahu.
Sunday. May 8.
E. Clark and wife, city; J. I. Sllva
aim wire, city; 11. E. McLean, Chlca
go. Thursday, May S.
John Swift, l.cllohua; Adam Ltnd
say, Hllo; L. Hsgcthy, Manila.
shopping News '
Tho fact that there ate more. Owl
cigars, sold than any other flve-ceni
cigar fcamnle proof that the Owl la
thobCTj-on-the-market at: the price.
Onco" An Owl smoker always an Owl
Your-Stdck ond Bond Trnnsactlotis
ran bp-pMccd In no bclfer hands than
muso ui mo Hawaiian irusi l-o., l.ii.
In Investment matters you profit by
tho mature. Judgment of. experience.!
toil can nnu just wirat you want in
tho way of wrapping paper, paper bags
and twlno' at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young building, who have a largo
and well selected stock of everything
of this character.
You will mako a cousldorablo sav
ing In your fuel bills If you burn only
tho best wood or coal tho kind of
wood and coal sold by tho Honolulu
Construction and Draylng Co., Ltd,
Queen streot. next to tho Inter-Island
Co's. offlco, telephouo 281.
U'THE' MAN FROM
"- FlRSt NlGHT
"Tho Gentleman from' Mississippi" Is
a Ticry poor and decrepit vehlc'o from
which the several members' of tho Me
lt ae Stock Company1 aro' attempting to
display their .talents during tho flrst
few evenings" of this week.
To Louis Morrison, as William II.
Langdon, Junior Senator from Missis
sippi, dovolves practically all the real
work of Interesting tho spectators.
Morrison's prc'sentdtlon of the part
last evening left llttto to' bo desired.
That ho labored under' a serious hand
leap was through no fault of tho fcl
low members of the company.
"The Ocntldman From Mississippi"
will continue, tonight and tomorrow
night'. Tho cast Includes:
William H.l.uhgdbri (Junior Senator
from Mississippi) .. Louis Morrison
noratio pcabody (senator from
Pennsylvania) IVan Miller
James Stevens' (Senior Senator' front
Mississippi) Frank Howe
Charles Norton (Representative'
, . Shc'rmaln Bolnbrldge
Randolph Langdon (Son of Senator'
Langdon)' Griffith Wray
"Dud" IlalnoB (Of the Now York
Star) Geo. Webb
Dick Cullon (Of tho Chicago Globo)
Colonel Dcverley Stoneman (Of till
iioIb) , James Dillon
Colonel J. D. Tclfor (Of Gulf City).
--.. Win. Wilson
Clerk (At tho International Hotel.
1 N, Y.) . ,.. Henry Alexander
Herman 8llyermount (Of the News'
stand) ; Wm. Franklin
A Rrldegroon) Jamca Gamblo
A Porter '..... QodfreyJamv
A lie IloV Krt 8Haw
'Mrs; Spangler ...... Louise Mclroso
Amelia Duttorworth (Bcnator 8tov-
ens' Secretary Edith Ellldtt
Madame Dcs Arctlns . .Mlnnlo Rhodes
A Drldo , draco Harris
Carollno Langilan (Senator Lang-
don's daughter)..,,.. Laura Hudson
Hope Georgia Langdon (Senator
Mrs. Parvenu1 Can I get scats
here for the opera T Ticket Agrint
Yes. madam. For .what date?
Mrs1. P. Which evening does Mls3
Htglitiotn and Mr. Lohengrin sing
togctherT-Uoston Trnnscf lpt
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho best soda water. Lclthead d.
Woodward, .Iphone 6S7.
7-Scated Auto for hire. Phono 199
James Raker, Young Hotel Stand.
Call on Mike Paton at the Encore
Saloon for a draft Of Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needlework. Mr. 11. Dell, 162 Hotel
OeoTgoBollnwa fined $7 and costs
this morning at the police court for an
If you'wanf a good Job done on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 7. Queen St,
There were twenty-four cases on
the polled' court calendar1 thlrf morning
and only soy'en of them wcro heard.
Tho Kentucky saloon Is as famed
for good liquors as the State of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts Is tho propri
The Che Fa alleged gamblers, who
wcro called up for trial this morning
at the' police court, all had their easVs'
sent over till Friday next.
Seven Chinese, who aro charged
wllh'playlpgPal Kau, wcro this morj
Ing remande'd till Saturday noxt at
the ikjIIco court, Senator Chlltlngworth
Is appearing Tor tho defendants.
0. W. Thornton got a well deservoJ
sentenco of sixty days at Arch's award
ed him this morning by Judgo An
dradc. Thornton committed two sep
arate and savage assaults on n coupla
Of Chlneso who had In no way pro
It was announced today that the
orchestra will be resumed at tho Ha
waiian Opera1 House during tho en
gagement ot the Henry McRao Stock
Company, taking tho placo of tho lotia
piano player and of tho grnphophona
that was used by tho management.
Two Russians faced tho music this
morning In the police court where they
wero charged with being drunk. Tho
two admitted tho soft Impeachment,
and wcro fined ?4 each; they had no
money to pay fines with and conse
quently wore sent over to keep Vnsl
llbff and" friends company at tho coun
Russians Threaten Old
Chief- McDuffle Is keeping a close
lookout on tho Pcrclstrous home on
Young street and Elsie lane, and one
Russian, who Is said to bo on tho
inner side of things, Is keeping tho
detcctivo force In touch with' any
plans to use bombs. Mrs. Peral-
strous was warned yesterday by two
Russians that her llfo was 'In dan
ger, as some ot tho Immigrants had
threatened to dynamite the Perel-
A special Interpreter Is oxpectcd
to reach the police station soon, and
the story of a Russian who will not
speak to any othor'lnt'erpretcr will
bo listened to. It Is thought' ttiat
startling revelations' wilt' bo made
when the spy meets' the" Interpreter,
to whom he will divulge everything.
Tho chlo of defectives Is keenly
on tho alert, and Is taking no
chances In tho matter. Tho sugges
tion thut tho remarks made to Mrs.
Perelstrous were mora of a threat
than a warning Is not favored by
McDuffle, who believes that ttero Is
bitter hatred existing on tho part of
tho Russians toward Perelst'rouB.
Yesterday at noon a Russian who
swam across to Quarantine Island
was arrested, but not before ho had
been some hours In contact with the
lately-arrived Immigrants. It' Is
thougtit that ha has Informed the
Immigrants of the stato of aSalrs
as regards tho old Russians, and
that tho new ones will vauso trouble,
TO CUBAN CABINET
HAVANA, Apr. ii. A further
Bbake-up In the Cuban Cabinet Is
foreshadowed today as tho result ot
Presldont Oomcz's selection ot Mo-
run Delgado as Minister of Agricul
ture and Emlllo Del Junco as Mill
Inter of Justice.
Secretary of State San Jully .! not
on frlond'y term's with' either of the
now appointees,- and It Is believed
he will rcrlgn' within a few days and
that other' members of the' old Cab
inet' will also quit. t
A third new Cabinet minister Is
Mario Garcia Konly, Minister of In
struction. Today's appointments fol
low the resignations of tho former
Incumbents. The Presldont a'so has
the resignation of. the Minister of
tho Interior, but-has not yet iccept
ed It, Tho reslgiationa were offer
ed to permit Gomez to pay off some
of his' political debts.
Little Wllllo "Say, pa, what Is tho
difference between a' poet and a' pi
anist?" Pa "A poet, my son, has" long hair
thatlhangs'dnwn, and n pianist has
long hair Ihnt stands' up."
' SHT"Fornnt" cards on Mle at
the Bulletin office.
City TranSf or Co.,
x; u JA3.H. LOVE.
(Continued' from Page 1.)
Tho San Gabriel safli-u from her
homo port at Lisbon on December It.
Slnco thnt tlmo and up to her ai rival
at San 'Francisco tho cruiser has vis-
lied eighteen ports. Tho Bovcntecn
tiaval cadotS'On board Ihc vessel will
have nn abundant opportunity to com
pletn their training by the time the
vessel again returns to llsbon. She
Is expected to have finished tho tound-
thc-world crulso by tho latter part of
March or tho first of April.
(..( V ll.u ,((Bt Ui JipiM. .
Upon tho walls of tho officers' mess I
room Is an exhibit which Is a study In
Itself. Displayed thcro Is a coll'ec-
Hon of views, which' hrtvo been gath-
ered ! thd officers at each, port of
nii ,,., ,..i... ei.,i- .. 1 1.
call on tho cruise; Starting from Us-,
uuu. uiuro win ue lonnu sirisinu pno
togralmlc reproductions of tho Inter!
J ... ft .. - i.-. . .-...,.- .. I
cstlng points at Porto Santo, Mndclra.l
Capo Verde, Vlccnto Colon, Fra'.a. Da-',
mi. iiiu jnncirn, ohumjs. luoniovciuii.
i.,icnoS Ay res. i-ucnio Arenas, vai-
paralso, Callao Panama Sallna Cm.
Acapulco and San Francl.co. The oN
fleers declare that they havo greatly
enjoyed tho crulso thus far to, the Far
ni. ,:, n-Fii iiaviiiB u.n Kiveii
n grand reception at Rio Janeiro an.i
Rucnos Ayres. On tho walls of their
statcroonis aro displayed tho charm-
ng likenesses of many beautiful son-
Sari Francisco Hospitality.
When tho vessel steamed Insldo tho
Golden Oato and approached San Frani
Cisco, the officers and men claim that
from that time thcro was something
doing' nbo'iif every nilnnto. Tho Po'r-
tuguoso colony at tho, California port
simply vied with each other In carry-
Ing out a program of cntortalnment
which thus far has not been eclipsed. 'and builders becaus'o of Its flno qual
Dcforo leaving San Francisco after a ty.
ten days' Btay there, tho San Gabrlot,
officers and men wcro presented wit!;
u large floral design In the form of a
Very correct renroductfon of their shlii.
This trlbuto Is now treasured ns one
of tho happy souvenirs of the crulBo. ports on Friday. Tho vessel Is1 under
Tho design Is composed of floweros, stood as bringing considerable oriental
and colored papers woven Into festoons cargo for this port, although no wire-
and garlands. It presents a cheering
picture In Megrim old armory whoro at tho stcamihlp' agency.
It has been placed. - J , i
Whllo tho San Gabriel ' may b-j1 PURSER dSDORN of the Inler-Isl-classed
as one of tho smaller vessel and- steamer Koauhou arriving from
of tho Portuguese navy, nevertheless Kauai ports reports the" following' su
tho lUtle cratt has much laid out bo- gar as awaiting shipment on tho Oar
fore It In completing the cruise to the ten Island: M. A. K. 27.865; K. 8. M.
Far East and thenco homo again. (10,300; H. M. 15,fi82; K. P. 7435; O.
Honolulu Reception Pleases. & It. 2220; Men. 29168; M. 8. Ca.
Officers as well as men' aro on tho'8000: K- 8- Co- 22M! - " 1235-
qui vie of expectancy over their teu
days' stay at Honolulu. The' crulsiir
was boarded off Diamond .lload this
mornlne bv Dr. Lufs Rorlmiei OaHiiar
and a representative of tho E v 0 n I rt ig
prepared tho San Gnbrlol complement
prepared tho San Gabrlod complement
of offlccra and men concerning what
was In store for them by their comi -
trymen of Honolulu. " I
Tho veescl will remain hero1 until!
May 20. This detention Is 'made' for
tho reason that tho cruiser has been
ordered to bo' hero during the" funeral
services' of tho lato King Edward of
Groat Drltatn. Tho cruiser will pro-1
cced to Hllo from' hero and It Is the'
nrcsent Intention' Mr thd veitacl to rn
main In Hawaiian waters' for a total
period of twenty dayrt. The San' Ga
briel may also call ut ond or two'porM
on Kauai and Maul before leaving tho
Tho crulso Is scheduled to tako four-
teen months' to eompleto atid' during
this period tho vessel Is" scheduled' tos
can at a wiuo variety 01 iiorts mrougu
out' Iho la,Bt
The World Cruise. .
Tlio San Gabriel nas been ordered
to proceed to Yokohama upon leav
Ine HbwhII net From thcrn shn will
stdarad'own to Kobe", ibrlpe! Nagasaki,
Shanghai, Hongkong, Mpcao, where
an oxtended stay will bo made at tho
Portugueso naval bas"o of (Ho Fari
' Th crulso "will' tho'rl 'be" continue 1
and calls at Timor; Sourabaya, Ratay -
la1, fllngajioro, Coyloh, Bonibay. Zanz'-' Agnes Tl If Judd by atty toHar
Imr, Mosamblgiio, Delagao'Bay; Natnl. I. r0t M Damb'n ., 1 ......... .
Durban; Port Ellzaboth, WallflsK' Bfty,J Walter Hoffman and wf to8lmp-
L6blto'and' a number at South African I 80n Dd'cker .- ; . ,
ports, then on to Capo Vordev Madeira',-' Bimpsorr Decker to' Walter II O
and nnaliy concluding the- voyage oy,
arrival at usoon in.Marcn or April m
no yM' '
Tho following qfBccra.aro found pn
Capltaoitenento Berijamlno do' Palva'
lo tenente Antonio Gomes Bronco
2os tenentes-.ron I'.ui Telxelri
Miirttilrn . KnrnnriHn .Irt' VnRrnnnllnil n
8a Ferrolra. JnSn At, Molrele Garrt.
do. Annlbol de Mesadlta aulmaraes.
Machinists Naval do Talasse, An -
tonlo Yamarlo da elva, Machinists
de 2d-claso,- Gomes. Martins, Feroan.
des, macblnlBta conductor Ptres, Med-i
Ico Naval do lr clause. Lcblu Commit-
sarin naval Vasroncellos,
The cruiser upon arrival first sa
luted the land, then Itear-Admlrul
Roes and the consul-general ot Por
tugal, At the orders received by cable,
the ship went Into 'mourning upon
receipt of the nows of the death of
' V '
King Edward, and will remain so
r threo days. The com-
mnndlng officer of the Sari anbrlcl
wa an aide-de-camp of the late-
Kfng Carlos, and In that capacity
became personally acquainted with
the deceased King of Rugland.
I U PORKIQN PORT
Tutsday, May 10,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 10, 1
p. m.: B. S. Asia, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Arrived May 9! 8. 8. Hllo
nlnn, from San' FrancUco.
,. Monday, May .
SAN FRANCI8CO 8aflcd May 1,
noon; 8. 8. Sierra, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 8: S.
S. Novadoii,- for Honolulu.
BATTLE Arrived May 8:. 8. S. Vlrgi-
vnvrVitA?! 8ain "J10,!."0' o a
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 7. 8. S.
Pi,in. H.-x 4,,. -.
..., .. I'll. -V
HILO Arrived April 30: Sch. 8. T.
Alexander, from Kureki
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I watebpbuht noth 1
Tilt.' vnvtnin 11. ,... 1..,-..
Ifland stcamer arriving from Kri.U
and Kau ports this morning Included
,ho fo0wlns consignment's: C0I5
.,-k. , 7X. .,.Vu .- ,t u,.k
coff0Oi 38 bacs t0,)llccOf 39 Backg bralI(
39 uunchcs bananas, 413 pineapples. 67
ncccg Koa mbcr 12 crates chickens,
80 hcaU cattlo an(, ,fi7 packagC8 8Un.
drlcs fho vessclmet with strong
lain and choppy gca8 , ctOMine tho
A QUANTITY of vory fine building
sand Is being unloaded from tho'Kftld
cablo supply schooner Flaurcnco" Wdrd
now lying at tho foot .of Fort street.
The rfahd was taken on" board at' the
tlmo tho vessel rcmalricd at Midway
Island. The' material Is pronounced as
eagerly sought after by contractors
I H. HACKFKL and Company, tho M
cal agents for tho Toyo Klscn Kalsha
liner Tcnyo Mn'ru otpect that vessel
to ar'rlvo from Hongkong1 and Jipai
loss advlcu has" thus ,far been received
SUGAR AWAITING shipment of Ha
wall according to a report brought to
Honolulu by Purser Frlola of the
steamer Mauna Ia" Includes tho' fol-
lowing consignmenis: nonuapo icjo;
Puiialuu 2158; 116'iiokaa I0,000j KukiiP
hae' nol PaaUhau 2318; Paaullo
won; Kukaiau 8Bo.
THE STEAMER Koauhou arrived
from Ku'ual port's with no passengers
but a shipment of sugar amouittlng to
2760 sacks. Tho vessel also brought
12 packages sundries:
THE INTER-ISLAND steamor Llk
like wcro rdiKHled' at' Itonokaa dU-
charging fi'clghrat tho tlmo of depart-
uro of tho steamer Mauna Loa.
THE STEAMER Maul Is scheduled
jto sail for Hawaii ports at five o'clock
Entered for'Becora May 0 191D.
I rorrt 1U ;:jt ft. Dl. to' 4 !3tJ p.-m.
1 Bn " lo
f 'Mosoj K: Nakulna , '. . D
WalalUa Agrctl Co Ltd to Trs
of Est of Uornlce P Ulshop. .
Walalua' Agrctl Co Ltd to Trs
of Est-of llernlcei P' Ulstiop..
...'. .Bur Ii
Est' of John En by1 trs et at to 1
1! Catherine' M Clark D
Hoffmann .. .-..,.....- M
T$io a:raTes-& Co Ltd to Ye
yap et' ftl- . .'. . .v.- .AM
A Aheona,uy- m,gee t0 ,AAn9
Kal ........... .....Fore Entry
Joh' ,K 8mDDtf ,0' Jonn Mdr- '.
8 lu.ktsaku to Olaa Sugar Co-
I WJ .' ?
8 M' Damon' and wf to It R Rcld- ,
fOrd ". . .-.' '.... D
II R Reldfofd and wf to Har-
I rlet M DaiHon' . ,..'.i. '.'... ..' D
j. Entered for Record May 10; 1010,
From 8;30 a. m. to 10:30 a. ra,
J H Walpullanl and wf to 7) Ko-
unlnl (k) D
Antoiie Caraacho and wf to 8u-
I' 'Bah; A Klikona' ............ I)
Patrick Cockett and wf to Tn
of Protestant' bhurch of Wul'-
, kapu .. ".,. t.
William Pfolerihauer,, lo; 0'brf;o
Blie'rmnri ,.'..',,,,'..'..,. '. . . . . I)
BULLETIN ADS PAYr
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1 ARRIVED t T DEPARTED jV
' - - 4.
Monday, May 9.
Ban Francisco Chlyo Maru, Jap.
stmr., 1 p. m.
Tuesday, May lv.
San Francisco San Gabriel, Port,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
stmr., a m,
Kaual'iiorta Keauhou, stmr., a. m
VESSELS TO (ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vo. Rokoby, Ur. stmr.,
Norfolk, Vo. Vancouver. Br. stmr.
. Wednesday, May ,11.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, May 12.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
San Francisco Sheridan, U. 8. A. T.
Friday May 13.
'Hongkong via .Japan ports Tenyo
Mru, T. K. K. 8. ti. .
San Francisco Sltrra,- O. S. 8.
Saturday,-.May5 14. '
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Manila via ports Cleveland, U.
Manila via ports Chattanooga, U.
Sunday, May 15.
Maul and. Molokat ports Mlkahala.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Tuesday, May 17.
San Francisco Asia. P. M. 8. 8.
San Francisco Wllholmlria. M. N.
Friday, May 20.
Seattle Htlohlan, M. N. 8. S.
Saturday, May 21.
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, P.
M. 8. 8.
Wednesday. May 25.
Australian ports via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. 8. B.
Newcastlo, N. 8. W. 8t. Dunstan,
Friday,. May 27.
Victoria and Vancouver Mnkufa,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Hongkong via Japan ports Buyo
Maru, Jap', stmr.
Monday, May 30.
Ban Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 8. 8.
' Per stmr. Mauna Loa, from Kona
and Kau ports. May lo: E. linger,
Geo. J. Campbell, Dr. E. McMlllean, R.
D. Church, D. Lelth, II. L. Holstoln
Mrs. Francis, F. L. Lcsllo, Geo. Hen
shall, Mat Grccnbaugti, J. do Mello,
Rov. D. D. Wallace J. Cocrpor. Miss
M. Maxwell, Dr. C. U Blow, W. F.
Martin, 8. J. Lylo, J, F llansmi n, Mrs:
Hansmnn, M. Madcrlos; W. D. Slogctt.
Mrs. Slogctt, J. B. Thompson, M. R'.
Pcrelra; C. J. Mitchell, A. Haneberg,
Malls are. cue at Honolulu Iron
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Chlyo Maru, May
Yokohama Per Tenyo Maru. May II,
Colonies Per Manuka. My 25.
V'r.n..'JiJ tif tVZrt lt Vt " '
a Malls will depart lor. 'the (oUwlot
points arf follows:
8an FrariclBco Per Tenyo Maru, May
Y6k'oh'ama Per Cfilyo" Mrfru, May 10.
Vancouver Per Manuka; May 25.
Colonics Per Manuka, May 25;
' THE BRITISH steamer Persia, for
merly tho' weTl' known transpacific; lin
er Coptic plylng.betwccn this city and
tho Orient, Is to' arrive here about
May 7. For many months pant tho
Persia has been under charter hy tho
Pacific Mall Company to a Chinese
company,, covering' a' rolito conmcllng
Hongkong and Japaneso ports with
Mexico and Central and South Amer
ica. It' Is stated that tho Persia Is to
pdt' In' Hero for Inspection 'and to' re
plenish her coal bunkers. Captain A,
Lochctt, formerly of thu Algoa, com
mands tho Persia. After tho acquisi
tion of the' Coptic and tho Doric from
tho Occidental arid Orldritat Steamship
Company a few years ago, by the;' Pa
clftc Mall1, tho' names' wcro changed
td Persia' arid' A'sla; atid' for a'lorlg time
trio Persia 'lay at Hongkcng, In w
servo. San Frarfclsco Examiner.
, THE UrJlON' FISH Company, owner
of the' largo three-master schooner
Bt'ahley, which'' wa wrecked at Banakf,
Alaska, dn'Mn'rcH 28, resulllng In tin
death by prlVatloii and cold 6f-Capta!u
B. Krfohler-and thtW men of tho crow1,
fires tho'valuo of the tchooiier lost-lit
$23,000, lr Is beMeved' that' theT vessel
had not takom a cargo of codfish'
aboard, though' It wsb known' that stirs
piles worth perhaps S2000 for the Vjf.
rlous statloiis In tho neighborhood 'of
Plrato1 Covo wore aboard. San' Fram
' CAPTAIN PHILIP H. GOINB, for,
merly well known hero as commander
tf one o( the Japanese , liners, brok'q
, has shoulder a few days ago by falling
I from lils stoam launch In trie harbor
w. iiviMvuH, t-u Duuie iiiiiq past
Captain, tiding has been a Hongkong
pilot, owning; hls'ldiinch oid doing a
good business; 8. F. Examltlcr.
' f ' i'
t "I' rhadd a great rfcrlflco when I
nrnrrlArt itiilii tiA ..m.. h... ...l.il
...... , m,... ,u ,uuiib itiau Willi
1 "What's' thd onsworr Wo asked.
.'"Tho noxt day' after rriarrylng oil
belrdss I gavo up my Job," he dx'
plained.,' u . ,
To remove ten alnlnrt lar Ihn f.ihri.-
lover' a ho'l nnd pour boiling water
Monday, May V.
Kauai portB Nocau, stmr., 5 p. ,m.
Newcastle, N. 8. W. Tyihorlc, Bt.
stmr., 2:30 p. m.
Tuesday, May 10.
Hongkong via Japan ports Chlyo
Maru, jap. stmr;, noon. )
Hllo via way portB Mauna Ken.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday. May 10.
Moul ond Molokal ports Mlkahala?
stmr., C p. m. ';
Wednesday) May 11. '
Honokaa, Kukuthaclo, Paauhau, Ku
kaiau Maul, stmr,
Kanal ports Ktnau,'atmr., 5 p. m.
Thursday, May 12. -
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr,, C
Friday, May 13. .
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Manila via Guam Sheridan, U, 8,
Kona and Kau ports' Mauna Loa,
Saturday, May 14.
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, T. 4C
K. 8. 8. . -
Monday, May 16, ., . ,j.
San Franclsc Lurllno. M- N. 8. S.
Tuesday, May '17. 1
Japan ports and ' Hongkong Asia,
P. M. 8. 8. ;, ';,
Hllo via way iorta Mauna Koa,
stmr, ' ' '
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr. j
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Wdrteidy,- May 18, '
San Franclicb-8lcrra, 'O. 8. B,
Thursday, May 1
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, May 20. -., i
Maul and Hawaii txirta Claudlno,
-Saturday, May 21.
San FranclsccM-Koroa, P; M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, May 24. '
Hllo via way portB Mauna Kca,
Kauai norts Klnail: stmr. ' '
' Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
Wednesday; May 25.
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N.
8. 8. t ' ' '
Victoria and Vancouver'- Manuka,
C.-A. 8. 8. . ' ,
Thursday,- May 26.
Kauai ports W. Gvllall, stmr. .
, Friday, May 27. V
Australian ports vla.Juva Mat urn.
C.-A. 8. 8. ' ' ' .1
South' and' Central American ports;-Bu-o
Maru, Jap.- stmr. '
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlnr,
Monday, Ma 30.
'Japan ports', and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8. 8.
..... 'II I I ! I ! J
Por T. K. K. 8. S. Chlyo' Maru,' for
Japan ports and Hongkong. Mrs.
Camoron, Mrs. O. v. Dosbeln, r. H.
Rcdward, K. KaUumbt'o, Rev.- S. Hon
da, Paul do Kcrbcrg. Mrs.'do'Kcrberg.
Mrs'. A, B. Kaiser. Mrs. Kcsln'sky,
Per stmr; Mauna' Kca.- for Hllo via
way ports', May 10. D: H. Davis, A.
Woterhouse, F. T. P. Wotorhouso,- Mr.
end Mrs. Woodbrldco, Mrs.'H. DJ C6r
belt, A. w; Carter, Mrs:- Carter,-Mrf.
Mary Rodriguez. J, Rodriguez.- T. E.
Hudson, Mrs. Hudson, J, J, Yamlt'z,
Jos. Stein, E, H, Bryan, Mrs. Bryan,
Miss E. Dunn.
Per. stmr. Mlkahabi, for Maul- and
Molokal ports, May 10. R. 8. HosmoV,
Mrs. C. Llndh, Mrs. K. Pohoku, Mrs.
Achong! . . . , v
Poif stmr Klnau for Kauai ports,
May lo. Mrs. R D. Baldwin.' Miss L.
Day, H. D. Bloggctt, Mrs, Sloggott. .
Per Hmt W. O. Ha'l, for Kauai
ports, May 12. A.vRobljton and par
; Per 'stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona aiuK
Kail ports, May 13. A; Haneberg. J
Por M. N. S, B. Lurllne,-for SaV
Francisco, May' 16: Dr. E. 8. Gool
hue, Mrs'. 8. E. Wooloy. Chas. -Broad,
Mrs. Broad, Miss ft; Coleman, MIss'O.
Coldrha.i, Writ. Rathm'a'n, Nelson B.
LahBlrig. O. Porter. E. B: Hyd.- Mrd.
B.B. Hyde, Mrs.'M.T. Bcbtr. Miss F.
Lynch. W. L. Jeffries. L. I'arr, Ncl.i
Newman, II. W. Stark, Mrs. Stark.
Mrs. E. L. Waterman, C. Harvey
Elder. B. IL Waterman, Mra'-J.'K.
Brown, Mrs, J, K.' nrnwn.Jri, Mrs. E.
L. Frazler. H. L. Kerr. W- I Smith.
Mrs. W. A. Atwater, Ida M. Paston.
Miss M. M. Wright.
Per O. S. 8. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, May 18. Mrs. A, H. Lackland,
Mrs. 8, E. Halstcod, Mr. and Mm.
Pfifclps, Mrs'F. A. Potter, Mr, and
Mrs: C. W, Pendleton'. Mr. antf Mrs.
A'. It. Scott, MrBi J. R. Meyers", Mr.
and Mrs". L. T. Peck', MIsiTCarlrf. Miss
F. Donovan, Mrs. J,- R. Cotlon. Mrs. A.
M'. I,ocko, R, Catton.W. M. Spoyor, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Bunker. Miss Z. K.
Hart, Mrs. B. II. Earl. Mlss-D. Earl.
Mr. and Mrs. T, M. Boa'wln, Miss Bun
ker., Mrs. L. Rider, Mr. aiicj Mrs.' Har
ris. R. W. T. Purvis". Mflf. Purvis, Miss
Bewail, Mrs. Bewail. Miss' 8cott, Mrs,
M. M.,B(ott. MrB. W. H. Dlmond.'F. fl.
Scuddo'r; Mrs. Prosser. Miss ThatcKdr1,
Bishop' Restarlck, Mr. W.- C. Bailey,
C. O, Backus., D. L. Cdnkllnr. Miss E.
J, Davidson, Mies' 1!.' M. Davidson,- Mr.
and Mrs. B. S, Denlson, Mr. and Mrs.
Kellner, II. Kellnor, A. M. Howe,
A. Y, Lewis, K, C. Akona, Mr. and Mrs.
L. T, peak,' and.' c.hjld;, ,.,.
Dlx: sailed from Honolulu tor Soattle,
Logan sailed' from Honolulu for' San
I ' FrnnclsW MAy 4, ' ''
onerman arnvea ai Manna' iay, 3,
Sheridan diie at' Honolulu froni SOn
FronHwo Mhy 1S." "
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