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' Pacific Stated.
Hawaiian Second Degree,
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch
'i Honolulu Commandery Stated
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu Fire'. Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mniiip punmrrHAi wemDeri 01
mimic cnuinctny 0her Ano
BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOK. ciatiom cor
j HAKMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
i Meets overy Monday evening at
Lj 7:30 In 1. O. O, F. Hall, Fort Street.
13. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
11. E. McCOY, Noble draud.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third -Frli.
day evening at 7:30 in K. of I. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretaula. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to atund.
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE. K. It. S,-: -J
-HONOLULU LODGE 01G, B. P. 0. E.
'Honolulu Lodge No. G16, D. P. 0.
-Elks, meets in their ball, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday event
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS.-D.D0U0HERTY, E. It.
GEO. -fnCLUEOED.; See.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights, of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother's cor
dially invited to attend.
" P. HiaaiNS, 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
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Here tan la and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. ' W. n. RILEY, 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.
1 Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to attend.
jH II. A. TAYLOR. C. O.
H. A. JAUUUSUN, K. It. S.
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ly Independent exorcise a little self
denial now i,u, deposit regularly In
our Savins Hank romp stated mini.
Dank of lluwail. I.dl.
'Protect your name- against lamencns
by having him shod by men who know
how. The "know how" mcn'nro iho
only ones ctnploydil by tho V. W.
Wrleht Co., Mil., King nnd South
Rubcrotd ltooflng has loon tho
standard ifor fnurtfor years. It js pos
itively woa'th'er'proof resist acids and
fire. Is easily applied nnd lasts Indef
initely. For sale by 'Lowers fe'Cooko,
Ltd.. 177 So. King ttroct. '
Mall coriitnunlcstlon with tlio other
Island Is subject to delays that tuny
cause serious busluess loss lly using
the Wireless, which Is Instantaneous,
you can avoid this chanco of lotiv
Siinduy mornings lie offlco Is nnfcn
from s id (".
ASSAULT ON POLICE
Magoon Block Center Of
Rough And Tumble
Much of the time nt the Police
Court Ibis morning was taken up with
the case of N. J. Limls, who was
charged with attemptod assault on a
!o)ico officer. Tho alleged affray took
plnco nt tho Magoon block at Kakaaku
on Sunday week last, and" according to
tho testimony of Inspector Fdnnell,
who swore to tho warrant, there was
n'-hot time. In tho old resort.
Fsnnell and Ryder of tho Mlsslo.t
wero passing tho Magoon palaceJ
when they hotlccd a man trying .t
strlko another one. Instead of allow
Ing tho blow to bo delivered, and tho
matter deult wth afterwards by the
regular police, Fennell jumped in au-t
told tho would-be knocker-out to quit
Then tho fun started and Iuls, who
was at that time insiuc his yam, came
out and added fuel to tho lire.
Fennell claims 'that Louis mado tin
attempt to strike tilni ant' that tie
tnerorore mspiayeu nis una Re as a
sneclal noil co officer. Tlio language
alleged tii'bb tise'd was fierce', and h.
sort of rough house Btarted at orii;C,
Tho matted ended In Fcnnt'l gohig
off and later on swearing to u wnrrahl
for tho arrest o." 'Louis.
Judgo Andrade listened to all tho
evldcnco arid 'then announced that I e
would give hi.' decision on -Tiesdny
Jaclntho Santbs, 'who was charged
with 'h'oedlesB driving, bad Ills caso
nolle prosBCd this morning at tho po-.
HONOLULU RAPID .TRANSIT &
Commencing Thursday, the 12th
Instant; and Until further notice, the
car service :oh the Hotel street and
lilllha street lines will be operated
Through cars will leave Walalae
terminus for' NVy'lilo street a't'Gifttl
a. m. and every 10 minutes there'
after up to 8:26 a. ni.
Cars leaving Walalae terminus at
8:36, 8MC, 8:GG and 9:1G u. m. go
to Anla Park only.
A through car will leave Llllha
and School strcetsi for Walalae at
B'.'CO a. m atiil from Wyillo street
for Walalae at D:5S'a. in. and every
10 mlnutOb thereafter up to 8:35.
Cars leaving Willie street at 8:26
and '8:45 a. 'm. gdto Alapal street
Through oars 'will leave Walalae
tor Wyllle street at 3:3C, 3: EC, 4:lt
aiid 4:30 n. m. and every 10 mln
utes thereafter u to'C:0C i. m.
cars leaving wmaiao terminus ai
..!... . -.
C:2C and G: IC n. m. co (6 Alapal
Throuch cars, will leave Wvllle
stieet for Wajalae at 3:55 p. in. and
every, JO minutes 'thereafter up to
C:15 p. in.
Cars leaving Wyllle street at 6:25
p. in. will go to Alapal street only,
HOTEL STREET LIN.E Uetween
the hours of 8:44 a. ni. and 4:01
p. in., and 6:0C p. m. and 11:56 p,
in., ears will bo operated on a 20
mluutc headway, between Asia Park
and Walalae terminus.
LILIHA STREET LINE Retweon
the lidurs of 9:07 n. m, nnd 3:67 p.
m., and C:t7 p. m. and 11:37 p. m
cars will connect with King street
cars at Llllha and King streets only.
Honblulu, May 11, 1910.
C. O. R'ALLENTYNB,
4Cl6-3t . Manager.
LOCAL Ap GENERAL
fho best soda water, j.ellhead &
Woodward,' phorie BR7.
Y-scateu' Auto ror hire Phono 199'
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand.
. Call on Mike Paton at tho Encoro
Saloon for a' draft o'f Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needlework. Mri. II. Bell. 1C2 Hotel
H you want a good Job dono on on
nuto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
uarrlagfl Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 8t.
Uli till this mornlnr r3R ntitnmnlillra
haq teen registered nt tho po'llco sta
tion. Jacob Coerper was today granted h
divorce from hlsg wife. Iihra Coorper
on groundR of ndullery.
Thero 'Were only thirteen cases on
tho police court calendar this morning
and few were of any importance.
Taxes property, income 'and con
servation, iirsi half is due on Mon
day. Pay up and avoid Dcnalty.
'The 'Kentucky saloon l"ns"fatriM
for good liquors as tho Stato of Ken
tucky.' Jack Robot ta Is tho 'propri
etor,' ' :
Saturday n motion by the plaintiffs
to set tho trial of the'easo of Klnl'ot
al9 'versus rtaiilel Ktiked Be iirscnte-)
In Judge Whitney's court.
Thero wcro 110 fresh bombs dlscov'
cred iif tho police coWrt "Ibis 'mornlnc
althoiuh' the reprcsentativo' of n stpl;
lar sheet was liot on thb 'trail.
The first annual nceAifnfa 'In tliu
guardnlnshlps of May U. Campbell nnd
Knplolnnl Campball wrc approved Iri
Judgo Roblnsdn's court tills mornlm,
The old 'libel case against tho Chb
ncse newspajier appeared once more
on the police court calendar this mom
Ing but, as usual, was sent over till 11
The case of I)lka Hnil v. Palolit
Land & ImhrnVemerit'CfS. Ltd., was ar-'
gued and submitted In the Silpromr
Coifrt. today. ' M. F. Prossei' for nlaln.
hff; W. A. Oreenwolffor defendant.
Moimted Patrol Officer Machado has
resigned his jwsttl'on 011 the 'fiollce
force, and 'will go back to hlrf bid
trade. Machado was well liked around
tho polled station and was an' efficient
officer. ' '
Mary A. Richards as plaintiff In tho
case against Carl On Tat ct als has
filed a motion asking that tho award
mado by A. F. Judd as 'arbitrator In
the. caso bo entered as a Judgment In
In the James L. Holt caso. charged
with contempt of cdiirt. the tlmo for
tho answer ot thb defendant has been
continued until May 16. bnilthe hear
ing on tlio answer will be held on
Wednesday, May 18.
Hlran and Kallllll, two daring lov
ers who had gotten into plllkla, solved
tho difficulty this morning by getting
married, Judgo Andrade congratulat
ed tho happy couplo and entered a
nollo pros in tho case against them.
Judco Robinson this afternoon con-
firmed the sale of 'a' lot of land In
Kona by May E. Merrill as cuardlan
bf Murray V. Jlcmlnger. Tho Bale
was mado by the guardian on March
10 at auction to q. F. Merrill for
Chief McDufflo Is Investigating the
theft (if k patr'of tati'shbcs' that wcro
foiled in' thb' possd'sslon of a color6d
man 'this afternoon. Several men are
being 'questioned, about thd affair and
thb real thief will probably bo found
In tho case of Jontilo Knnana ncnlnat
the Kahiihit Rallroad'company the de
fendants have filed a answer .10' thb
complaint denying every ch'argo ah'd
asking that the caso.be dismissed with
costs. The 'plaintiff hi the caso has
filed a demand for trial of tho caso
by 'jury, ' ' '
One solitary drunk graced tho pollco
court this morning, 'nnd he was a sick
and sorry 'specimen; -'Judge 'Andrade
glaWed at the' accused and then 're
marked: "FIVo and O1I0.." That wa'a
all, nnd tho boozer Was 'Conducted bj
16'w to preparo for a rilco 'd"flvo lii
lilack Maria 'to' 'Ascti's hospitable
Juan Rodrlgucs who has been held
at tho pollen station 'tor Investigation.
was released at iiBir-pasi two o crock
tills afternoon. At three mlnlife's "-past
two ho was re-arrested and again
booked for Investigation. Tho man
was considerably slirprlsed when tak
en Into custody 'as soon as ha left tho
Chief McDu.V.o was called to Alcu
plantation this 'afternoon to Investi
gate a robbery that 'took place "there
last', night. Tlio manager of 'the store,
on opening 11 pfor buslnoss this morn
ing, found 'that 'a showcase Had 'libon
tampered with and that 'the thler 'had
evidently chanced his mln'd 11110111
stealing any watches. Two hams.'how
Over, were missing from another part
of ' thb store nnd 'av broken window
showed tlio" way tho thief had entered.
Wlilln McDufflo was Investigating
the Alea proposition.' another renort
came' 1n ffom Walpshu 'about a 'rob
bery of half a set of double harness
from the Plantation Btoro. It"'was i
first thought that - CJrnco had stolen
tho hams, but thb "set"bf -JiarnosH puz
zled evorylrady. Tho 'iiegr'o Is not
known to havo a horse and rig with
him anil It Is not thought likely that
he wants to start a livery stablo.
: 7 :
Scene Schoo'jmnsier's study. Mas
ter Why 'we're' 'you la'te 'for e'atly
schcol, Wright? Wright Please,
sir, I must have oyerwashed myself!
BAQQAQi ; shipping I
City Transfer Co., $s il JL ml jr r u.u jgs m
JAS. H. LOVE. - PHONE 152T - . ,, - . --1- pSl
DISTRICT 1 CONTEST
EXCITES MUCH INTEREST
it Miss Rebecca Mncy of Wal- 11
it alua,-u District 1 trip asplr- it
aiit, took till the honors yes- tt
H terday for casting a big vo'to. M
h Over twelve thousand vo'jea Jt
tt wero deposfteil In the ballot- tt
tt box to her credit. The vole tt
tt lnrronso of this candidate tt
tt durlnir Ihn past week bns Jt
Jt been one of the Interesting tt
tt phnsca of the Yoseniltc-Cnll- It
tt Mrhla Contest. Sln'o the epn- Jt
tt test begaji, she hns main- ,tt
h talncd 'her position nt fifth It
it jiln're until she oiildl'stnni'ed Jt
tt nil who followed her, nnd tt
tt now Bhb Is dally- adding to JJ
tt her' vo'lb total In ti manner Jt
tt that Indicates that she will tt
Jt Im a randlddte for ronsldcra- tt
tt Hon in tho final count. tJ
tt .Standing of contestants Jt
Jt ' and nddltlonnl contest news tt
tt Is given on pago ten. tt
tt ' 'tt
tt Jt tt tt tt tt U Jt tJ tt tt tt 11 tt tt tt
QUIZ SUGAR MEN
TO FIND COMBINE
Grand Jurors and Special Prosecutor
Examine Millionaire Producer
SAfJ FRANCISCO, Apr. 30
Working ou the nxmimptlon that tlio
average American cats 80 pounds of
sugar n year, Special Prosecutor J.
It. Knapp appeared before the Unit
ed States grand Jury yesterday aft
ernoon and examined a millionaire
sugar producer, wholesale
and employes of sugar rompantcs'li) man with fiivnr. In 'fbet prrpn'rallo'ns
an effort' to discover If thero was 'wero already .under way lor 'the mar
any combination infroatrant of trade rlage-to take place one we'e'k jjffom
on this Coaf4thtfiwjild rnakt tho Bitndny. J. Rlilerof the- Knkaako.Mls
80 iKiiindu a man Sost" more ihan 'Ittsloii wenndnwn1 to InveVlgato faipl
should. Knapp admitted that ho' brought the girl up to Judgo C6oper'
considered 80 pounds of Bugar wa ec this afternoon. The'glrl sald'she
assimilated annually by the nverng
American, but he would not say If
any 'evldenco ot n combination hart
lint It was apparent yesterday
that the special Federal prosecute
and the grand .Jury struck o'ne of
their most important wltiiehie lii
Robert Oxnard, the millionaire brct
sugar producVr of Ventura county
and' other beet raising centers ot Hit)
Pioneer in Sugar Trade.
Oxnard was In tltb Jury rooln 1
hour niid 45 minutes, tile record tlmo
for any wltncsj under examination
during the two weeks of' tjio sugar
Investigation. hrnnrd U rinallfied
ns -well as tiny man 'In the State to
dfscuss the sugar industry, as he has
been a producer slnco the earjy duys
or tho beet sugar Industry and lias
been a largo operator throughout the
West. He has touched every edge
of the sugar trade.
From the producing end t)ie In
vestigation went yesterday Into the
Wholesale 'grocers' 'connection with
William Haas ot Haas Ilrothers,
Samuel Sussm'an of Sussman &
Wormier, WlUnm Cluff ot the Cluff
company and C. 1). Jennln'gs of tho
C. 1). Jenhlngs company were called
and questioned by Kuapp regarding
ineir uuHinrss relations wun me,
sugar 'producers In 'an effort to dls
cover It there was a combination to
bobst the. prlro 6f sugdr:
Refinery Manager Called.
H.'P. Iloward, bffice' manager of
i.iu i rave, 11 Duiir reiiiici, uuiiuumi
Jackson, another sugdr man, 'weVc
also examined o'u trad 6 matters.
None of 1,110 witnesses siowed any
anxiety over t lie AtrJss of nlujlBl
tlbn In to their personal' 'responsibil
ity In J lie alleged combination that
'CnitSeil the SO- hounds to co'st' each
person about $4,
The pfoce'ciflngs will be cnntlnuel
Tuesday 'afternoon- In the postbffici
blitldlh'g. Knaiin wdtild riot' say'hdw
long" tho Invettlcn'ttoii vbuld .last'.
Ile'has ho't yet come to the Ultimate
consumer, the tnah who' uses 'the '80
pounds of sugar a year and pay's 4
for the privilege.
Judgo Cooper this' morning denied
tho motion for a'nW'trinl asked for
by counsel for Uio-dcfenBo In tho "cash
of Nakamura and 'a ndtribor bf othJr
Japanoso charged with gambling, and
sihtenco will bo pronounced .tomorrow
tins is the caso In which Attornoy
Llglitfoot, representing the defendants,
mado certain accusations against 'no.
lfCe officials In Jils' argument for it 110V
"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin otflci. " ' ,-'
The Hotel street nnd Wnlnlao road
lino of Rapid Transit cars will opsn
titi the long looked for ten-mlnuto ser
vice tomorrow morning.
Tho cars will not run on n ten mln
utc g'chcdola nil day but In tho buslei(
hours when such a service will do Iho
most good In the public.
During the early morning hours nnd
home-going nvenlng hours the ten-minute
servlco will be olwrvcit,
From 8:40 a. in. to 4:04 p. in. nnd
from C.0C p. m, to 1 1 : r, it p. m. tho
twenty-minute rhcdulc will ohtnln.
Tho petition In bankruptcy filed SiM
tcrday by Dr. Collins was Jicard In tho
Federal Court this morning and W. W.
Thayer appointed referee by Jniigo
The' 'petition sets forth that nsscts
are 11400' and liabilities amount to
12,026.23. ' - '"
The following wifeless has been
received by, the iigenfx 'fron thn S.
"At Sea, May 10, 1910, S p. m.
S. S. Sierra, 1207 miles from light
ship; has C4 cabin, 12 steerage, and
134S tons cargo; 259 sacks mall nnd
Jgp OF FORTf
mm iMi ww
Ah Moy but fourteen yearaof ago, is
wanted by ono old Chinaman aged fiy.
y nnd the keeper of stnll In (he Ilsh
market for his llttlo brldo and Ah's
mother looks uiiori Iho i-uU'cf tho 11M
did not wish to marry nnyono arid her
mother was given a few words"6f fid
vlco 'n'oout forcing her fourteen year
old Into matrimony.
NEW TR1 ASKED
Edward Campbell through his nltor
noys", Magoon rind Weaver and C. K.
Qulnn. lias filed 'a petition for' a nSw
trial In the damage case for tlo;oof)
against Hackrcld arid Company. , "
:TTbo petition alleges that tho ver
dict ' In tho caso Just closed was
against tho law 'and evidence nnd tho
Weight of evidence
LAST TIME TONIGHT.
1 Jr. i, .
Tonight will be "tho laBt performaneo
nf '"Tliii DMtllemnn fmm MlaelaettiJi!"
...u U.......H.. .,v... f...uD.u.,r,.
this play has created u good Impron
slon nnd the "many"patrohs of tho Mc
Rile Cdinpany "haVo glVen "thb"' plU'y
Tomorrow evening the offering wljl
bo "Leah Kleschna. , tho ''Tlilef." a
strong play dealing with the'llfo of a
girl thief; this play Is well known to
book readers nnd theatro'Tatrdns aril!
should draw npprcclatlvo audlonced,
Tho performance tomorrow evening
will bo under tjio auiplccs of tho'HIgh
School, ' ''
Much Interest is being aroused In
111111 iiui-iioi id uvula uli'imi-11 ,u
1 for'lhcpmiiT,? jiroijiktlon'bf "yVhen
Iglithoo'l' Vas In 'Flower,'' this wall
known play will receive a splendid
scenic mounting and will bo produced
for tbo first 'tlmo 'in Honolulu 'rieit
'"T.WBNTY-ONE FJllplnns'nro booked
for' p'a'ssago loTIaJawa Plan'thtlo'n.'K'a'
walhao, 'by thb 'Btcamcr'Hblcrid'snlirng
for 'thb Dig Islnitd nt fWe o'clock' thU
THR PACIFIC MAIL steamer AbIi
Is 'reported to have sailed from San
Francisco for tho Far Bast by Iho way.
of' HOnbllilti' yesterday. '
TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included tho
steamer Iwnlanl from Kattal'ports wltji
n shipment ot .sugar.
The ofnee of the Hawaiian F ortlUier
Company has boeu' removed from the,
uppyr floor of tho Ci 'Rrower & Com
pari liiili'dlng on Queen street to 'tho
location 'occiiplol ,by the 'firm soni
t'wc'lvo years ago. Tho new offices oc
cupy tho sutto JiiBt vacited by fctili
plng CommlsBlongor Almy, No. 10
"1 havo kings among my anccs
tors," 'said the boastful visitor.
"Yes." "rebiled Miss CnVenno. "and
also knaves 'and two Bpots;1' Wash
ington Star. I
VtiOObLS TO AMMIVt vcossko iw wtrnrn , fitw
Norfolk, Va. Hokeoy, Br. stmr.
Norfolk, Va. Vancouver, llr, stmr.
Thursday, May 12.
Hawaii rind Maul' ports Claudlnc,
Han Francisco Sheridan, V. S. A. T.
Friday May 13.
Hongkong via Japan ports Tcnyo
Maru( T. K. K. S. a. -San
Francisco Sierra. O. 8. S.
Saturday, May 14.
IIIIo via way poffs Manna Ken,
Manila via ports Clovcland, U.
Manila via ports Chattanooga. V.
Sunday. May 15.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahnla,
Kauai ports Klnan, stmr.
THR MATSON Navigation Btcamor
Liirllrlo -Will bo dispatched for San
Francisco on Monday' evening, I!
o'dock,t having been announced y
Castlo & Cooko as tho sailing hour.
Tho Lurljho will leave hero with n
fAll cdmp'lemcnt of cabin 'pnsse'ngers.
The vessel is taking 'about C500 tons
of sugar, 'of which 1600 tons Is rcfln6d.
There will bo a shipment of about
000 cases of tinned pineapples and
consignments of bananas nnd other
lines nt Hawaiian products. The
rftcamcr Will-sail ffom thb Matsoil
Navigation Svhhrf nnd It Is likely that
the Territorial Imrid'wJII play tbo Ves
ri?l off -provided her departure Is not
delayed' beytind the advertised hour.
THR CHANNEL wharf has been ni
signed 'to tho United Stntes army
transport Sheridan, duo to nrrlvo hero
front San Francisco on Friday. The
troopship will leave about six hun
dred tons of cargo, Including hay,
grain and quartermaster supplies. The
vessel will take on seven hundred tnn
of coal before sailing for Manila by
the way of Guam. Tho vessol will ro-.
main nt tho port for at least fwenly
MANAQRR McLEAN of McCabo,
Hamilton & Rcnny, expects to have
the work of removing tho shlpnient o'f
cqal from the Tlrltlsh freighter Rose-'
batik completed by Monday and that.
vessel can then sail for Ocean Island.
to which point she has been chartered
to take on n cargo of phosphate rock
destined for Stettin.
A WIRELESS received from the
Toyo'KlWn Knlsba'JIncr'Tenyo Mani
gives that vessel's pcsltlon at 8 o'clock
last evening ns 1122 miles off the port
and due to arrlvo at Honolulu quaran
title at' 1 'o'clock on Friday itfternoon
Tho Tcnyo Mnru 'chinos from the Or
KAUAI SUOAR awaiting shipment
hcto'rdlng to a purser's report brought
by the "Hall -includes tho following
K.fi. M, 12.1B0; M. A. K. 35 930: McB.
30,097; Q.& R. 2220: K. P. 2550; H.
M. 10.202; O. F. 12,025: M. S. Co.
8000; K. B. Co. 2350.
ACCORDING TO advices received
by tho'local nuartermastor department
tho United Stated army transport
Sheridan, from tjen IVanclsco en
route to Manila by tho way of Ouam
should arrlvo at Honolulu oil or ribou)
8XTY-FOUR cabin and 12 steerage
passengers aro "dut to nrrlvo at Ho
nolulu early' Friday morning by tlto
Oceanic steamship Blorra. The vpssut
was 'last roported 1207 miles froni'the
light' Bhlp aniTls bringing 134$"ton"s o'f
freight and 259 sacks mainland mall.
if n, n
TEN 'HUNDRErFnnd thirty-six tomi
Qrldnfal "freight is 1J116 to arrive here
on ''Friday liy the "Japancso' steamer
Tenyo"Milrir. Iri all l)robablllty -the,
vessel will go to tho Alakcn wharf
THE MATSON Navigation freighter
Hllonlan, with general 'cargo for 'Ho
nolulu 'Importers; his arrived at Seat.
tie from San Francisco. This vessel
should arrlvo 'hero jy tho last o'f (he
month. , '
THR HALfi KJtpM Kauai ports ar
rived tills morning with 5500 sacks su
gar, 20 sacks cocoanuts, and 18 pack
ages sundries. Tho vessel mot with
sfrong winds and, sons enrouto.
THRITAI.IAN ship Nlnfn, which ar,
rlvod heroTrom (lalota Co osa on Anr 1
21 wlti a shipment of nitrates, lm
about completed the ilischargo ot her
cargo. Tho destination of tho vessoil
upon sailing from hero has not yof
IT IS THR present Intention to ills
tiatdh the Anlerfcail-'Hawallan ;lrelclit.'
(ir 'Arfiontfn for Halln'a Crus vlalBlan.l
ports at 6 o'clbck on Friday evening.
Tho vessel-is taking-tin a shipment of
sugar nt tno railway wharf.
THE STEAMER'-W. O, Hall, which
arrived from 'Kduat porls this mor'n
Ing, will Jio despatchci) for 'n return
trip to tno Harden island nt C o'c(ock
tomorrow evening. '
THE "INTER-ISLAND B(eaijer IIol-
one, vlth Wnernl' cargo, S' csS- ng' for
Milhlltmn'ri 'tv hwntflfln 'f niitlnkn'nl.'ni.')
and other' Hawaii ports, 'to'ldy: " 'I
Wednesday, May 11,
'Ho'noknn', Kukulhaelo. Paanhau, Ku-
kalaii Maul, stmr., B 'p. m.
Thursday, May iz.
Kaunl ports W. Q. Hall, stmr, 6
P. m. 1 '
Friday, May 13.
Maul nnd Hawaii iorts Claiidlno,
Manila Via Ouam Sheridan, IT, S.
Kona nnd Knit ports-i-Mauna Ixn,
stmr. , i- '
Saturday, May 14.
San Francisco Tenyo Mom, TJ K.
K. S. S. "
San I'tnnclsco Annie Johnson, 'Am.
4. lj ' ?
Per stmr. W, O. Hall, from Kauai
ports-iMaJor Willis, Adj. lwl;lr's.
PA88ENOER8 DEPARTED 1 -'1
Per stmr, Klnaii, for Kauai ports,
May 10. Mr. Lohlman, Mr. Rohlng, D.
8exton, 8. R. Robinson, If. E. McNabb.
II, lscnbcrg, S. S. Paxson, Judgo S. II.
Dolo, Mrs. Ijiw, W. It. Rice, C. A.
itlce, j; Nakamitea, H. Aulha, W.' O.
Smith, A. It. Smith, Mrs. I). D. Raid
win and two children. Miss L. Day, H.
P. Sloggett, wlfo nnd children,' A.
Wnterhouso. F. T. P. Watcrhouse, A.
OtromlK), II. S. 'Howard.
-' per stmr. Manna Koa for Hllo via
way ports. May. 10, D. II. DbvIb; A.
Waterbouse, F, T. P. Watirh'ousb, 'Mr.
and Mrs. Woodhrldgn. Mrs. H. D. 'Ct)
bott. A. W. Carter. Mrs., Carter. Mrs.
Mary Rodrlgilei J. Hodrlgu'ei, T. E.
Hudson, Mm. Hudson, J: J, Yamltz,
Jos. Stein, E. H. Br7an, Mrs. Bryan,
Miss E. Dunn. ...
Ter' T. K. K. S. S. Chly'o Maru. for
Jnpan 'ports and Hongkong.-'-Mrs.
Cameron, Mrs. O, PVDosbeln, F.'JI.
Redward. IC. Katsumolo. Rev. S. Hon
da. Paul do Kerberg, Mrs! dfe Kerbprg,
Mrs. a. 1:. Kaiser; Mrs. Keslnsky. ,
Per stmr. Mlknhal't, for Maul rinil
Molokal ports, 'May 10. 'Jl. S. Hostaer,
Mrs. O. Llndh. Mrs. K. Pohoku. Mrs.
Per stmr. W. O. HoTI. for 'Kailal
ports, May 12. A. RobLison and pai
Per stmr. Msuna Loa, for Kona and
Kail ports, May 13. A. Jlancberg,' 1.
F. Rack. ''-
Per bk. Annie Johnson, for Ban
Frah'clseo, May 14. XI'. W. Look, C. F.
SmllH. C. L. Wight.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Wednesday, May 11.
EUREKA Sailed May 10: Sch. Scqut-
ra, for Hllo.
SA"N FRANCISCO Sailed May 11, 1
p. m.: 8. 8. Wllhclmlna, for 'Ijonq-
1 MAILS. it
Malls are due at lloholutll 'from
points 'ha follows:
San Francisco 'Pcjt Sierra, May J 3.
Yokohama Per Tenyo. Maru, May14.
Colonies Tor Manuka, May 25;,'.
Vrihco'uvbr Per. Makiira, -rfay lii,
'Malls will depart tor tbo '(blowing
points as' follows: t '
San Frnnclsco Pcr-TenyoJ,'JIarii. May
Yokohama Por Asia. May 17.
Vancouver Per Manirka, May 25.
Colonies Per Makura, May '27.
Dlx, sailed from Ilonolulu for Seattle'.
Iig'an sailed from llonojulu for San
Sherman arrived at Manila May 3.
Sheridan "dUe-'at 1IoiS61ulu from San
Francisco May 12.
go from the mainland aboard the Mat
son -Navigation steamer Hllonlan.
which Ib scheduled to salt from Seattlo
for Honolulu tomorrow. Tho vessel
should arrive hero on or about May
20. Tho Hllbnlan took dh 'freight at
San Francisco pror to ber railing, nt
Puget Round port.s.
IN ADDITION to'taklrijt a filll slilp
ment bf" su'gaV.'fho'Atncrlcati bark'A'n-
nle JohtiBon -will carry n number !of
passengers to tho coast. Tho Vessel
Is scheduled, fordl'spatch through the
agency of C. Rrower '& C.o. on Satur
day morning. Tie sailing may bo post
poned' provided cargo la not' ready, V
PROVIDED NO fuel nil 'Is nevaed.
thb Toyo kiscn KalsUa liner Veriyn
Main, from Oriental pdrts, aricl'diieto
arrlvo liore on irrlday, -will bo berthed
at tho Alakca street wb.ar'f. Should
tho Jh)aneso 'stcamor tako Ton o
mis pnri sue win navoio go amn;
ino iiacKieiu wnarr.
THR POSITION of tlio OctsdI
steahi'shlp ' SteVsV. at 8 o'clt ck lai
evening, acoordug to, wireless, was
stated at "1207 miles oft tho lightship.
The vessol Is steaming from Han
Francisco through 'light northwest
breezes nnd smooth sea:.
THERE WILL bo a fair slzol list ot
passengers departing" for Koia and
K'au ports on Friday noon by tho lo-
tcr-lslaud, steatner Mnuna Loa.
THD STBAMER'Cascado will sail
this evcitlng for Hawaii ports aVd will
leaye,- a shipment ot coal at, Hllo, :
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