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EVENTNO BCVvETIH, H0Jf0i.7W, 7. K.. rk!DAY, StAY U, 1910.
Hawaiian Second Degree,
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch
Honolulu Commandery Stated
7:30 p, m.
Honolulu Flrtt Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of trie
Order ore cordially Invited to
attend meeting! of local lodgei
Meet on tne
2nd and 4th
at X. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
MARINE ENGINEERS' S A..
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0, 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
U. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, Wo. 1, K. of P.
Meots every first and third Frl-
' day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Port and Berctnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, a c. " "
O. F. HEINE, k. n, a .
HONOLULU I0DQE616, B. P. O.JE.
7 Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, n,.P, 0.
- Elks, meets in their hall, ohKln
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
QEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Halt. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HIUGINS, Sachem,
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
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. of P. Hall, corner
Derctanla nnd Fort streets. " r
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. R. RILEY, W. P.
VM. 0. 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 Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
GOODS AT '
Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
May's Old Kona
HENRY MAY & CO,
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNCt.
Trlday, May 13.
P A d.ims M.I).. Sihnfleld Bar-
racks, IMIth II. Kcir, New York City:
Ruth II Ilakcnkamp, Burlington, la.:
I'. W Clark. II H. A., Sat Francisco;
Mr". Clark and nurse, Han Francisco;
Mrs. V .1. Duncan Snn 'Krani Ikco: V.
J Dougherty, U. 8. A.' T Sheridan:
. A. Anderson, wife, 2 fill I (Iron nnd
maid: .1 Aflrncp, ell)
Thursday, May 12.
Mrs. V. (1. Shield, Danville. 111 :
Alloc M. Shield, Danville. III.; Mrs,
C W Stewart, l 8 Army; Mrs. Qro
U. Vosburgh, Deincr. Colo.; Miss
Lowo, (lah.-.Hlmi, Vex.; MImS Milan
Kramhoff Ktusas CIIj , Miss Aliny
Kramhnn Kansas C'lfy; .1. 0. Winter
Behnfleld llarr-iclis; II. N. Hronlnger.
Schnlold Uarrnclis; Mrs. W It. Unlet
berg. U. S. A. '
Wednesday, May II.
C. II. Drown, cjty; P. II. Sheridan,
HcnoneiujiiatracKn; a. i,. .lames, jr.
AT THS HAWAIIAN.
Friday, May 13.
R. W. Tully, Almn. Cal.; Mrs. R.
Tully, A'ma Cat.; M(hs Malnon, Almn,
Cal.; Dr. A. I J. Nichols. I.os Angelce;
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. 'P. Austin, R.illnns,
Cnl.: II C. l.ord. CnlmnliiiA, ().:' E. P.
Coddlngtnn, Columbus. ().; 11. II. .Mc
Orath and wlfo, Chicago, III
Thursday, May 12,
R. P. Baldwin, city; A. McKenzIo,
Tuesday, May 10.
Howard Sisters, 8tephen D. Hendcr.
Schofleld Barracks; W. A. Anderson
nnd wlfo Chicago; K, 8 Ilnba and
wjfe, Chicago; I. II. Ross. Trela. Ok
lahoma: Miss Mary Maxwell, rlty, C.
Mr Wahani, cl,y.
Now Parisian trimmings at -Whit
ncy & Marsh's.
One of the specialties of the French
Laundry, 228 Berctanla street, Is dr
cleaning, which, like all tho work
they do, Is of ery llgh order.
Johnson's foot soap Is a new art
Icto here, but one that has been tried
by n .Honolulu man and proved satis
factory. Benson. Smith & Co. sell It,
Tho annual meeting of the Strang.
er'a Friend Society will be held, to
morrow mornln'tr, Saturday at 10
o'clock In the looms of the Associate
You will find your fuel hill consid
erably less If j on get our wood and
coal from tho Union-Pacific Transfer
Co., King Btrcot. phono 68, whoaa
fpcl has. tho moBt "Imrn" In It.
Appropriateness as well as artistic-
ncss attracts In the decoration of tho
Walklkl window of Sllva's Toggery
Tho occasion Is tho presence 111 the
harbor of tho Portuguese man-of-war.
BIuo predominates n the color
scheme; In tho background are tho
flags of Portugal and the United
States and n tho center r. portrait of
POSSIBLE CLUE TO
Nothing fresh has been dlsco'vered
In tho flraco mnttcr, and the escaped
murderer Is still at large, That tho
man is in ina country is, ina II rm uo
lief of the police department, and
that It Is only a matter of time till ho
Is captured Is considered certain.
Tho Chief of 'Detectives and his,
men nre out on tho hunt for thn
negro every night, and all the likely
places are searched. A clue thn may
result In. jk capture of tho much,
wanted man has reached McDiifuo, and
Itho chief Is following, tho matter up
High Sheriff Henry has not received
any cable regarding the Oraco matter
from Formosa, but a reply of soma
sort may arrlvo any tlmo now. Tho
High Sheriff's men arc also on tho
I hunt for tho negro and certain housci)
jnro kept under observation all the
Alexander & Baldwin, Limited.
Notice Is heieby plvon that a spe
cial meeting Of the stockholders of
Alexander & llildwln, Limited, will
bo held at (he nflUo of the company,
Htangenwafd building, Honolulu, on
Wednesday, tho 25th day of May,
J 910, at 2 o'clock p. m., for tho pur
pose of considering an increase of tho
capital stock of said corporation.
Hy order of tho 1st Vlco-Presldent
H. !!. PAXTON,
Secretary, Alexander & Baldwin,
Honolulu, T. II., May 13, 1910.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
-4 A C U
The, .best soda wntor I.e(lheaij&
Woodward, 'phone 667.
Haas' chocblalf-a be-il mtile, fresh
nl Benson, Smith & Co., Lid.
7-Scatcd Auto for hire. Phone 199
James, Baker. Young Hotel Stand. , f
Calf on Mike Paton at the Encore
Saloon for a draft nf Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needlework. Mr. II. Bell, 162 Hotel
Mrs. 13 A. Bunker nnd Miss Phronle
Bunker nre expected to arrive from
the Coast shortly.
If you wont' n good Job dono on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
1 Taxes property, Income nnd con
servation. First half Is duo on Mon
day. Pay up and avoid penalty,
Tho Kentucky saloon Is as famed
for good liquors as tho Htalo of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts Is flic jump) I
etor. Frank Schnick expects In leturn
shortly to this elly tn practice his
profession. Ho will finish his law
rfqurscnt the University of California
In Juiif. '
f V. Peterson, "guardian of r. It,
Cooper and Kallo M. Cooper, has beon
glen authority by Ibo court In mort
gagi''certaln real esjafoowned by
tlir-so minors to ralsd 'thrt sum of lino.
Tho three, Itusslann who wcro ar
rested for violation of tho United
States quarnnttno laws, wcro exam
ined by Commissioner Judd yesterday
nf if moon' and ft prosecution' probably
will be Instituted against ihem w(lh
n a few days, ,
"Why, 'Mrs. flordon Did Not Hire n
Servant" was u quite enjoyable enter-
Ulnmcnt given at the Central Union
cnuren insi nipni. ine romeciy cer
tnlniy mado a hit and was well acted
Tho musical piogram was thoroughly
enjojed by all who attended.
Guilty of opium smuggling was the
verdict of the Jury of the Federal
court last night In the case of Yee
Pan, whose trial occupied two days of
tho court's time. Tho Jury went out
at 3; 3H in the afternoon and returned
a verdict at 10: If, last oenlng,
Kcola Lum Clieong was today 'grant
ed a dlorce from her husband, Lum
Chcong, and In nd'Ht'ou was allowed ..
permanent alimony of $3 per week, f ri
for the costs of tin suit, and her at
torney's fees amounting to J'O weie
ordered to be paid by the libelee.
MR. SUVA RETURNS
A. C. Sllva of Sllva's Toggery was
n retun.Ing passenger by the Sierra
today, and says he'brlngs'wfth him
the finest line of specialties In men's
and children's clothing that have
ever been seen In, 'the city of Hono
lulu. Mr, Sllva has been on a buying
trip that ti.cluded New York, Phila
delphia and nil the centers of style
and good' bargains of tho mainland.
He, has been nblo to buy to tho best
advantage, and ho has brought the
goods with him on the Sierra, so that
they will be on dlsplny u very few
days henco in tho enlarged King
"We arc always Improving," said
Mr. Sllva today. "Honolulu Is go
ing ahead and we have to buy ,to
keep pace with the up-to-date stand
ard of the town generally. I hqve
had a most successful trip In every
way, and have bought at prices that
will enable us to give the people of
these Islands the best nf, everything
at the lowest figures."
FOR RESPECT TO
On May 20 It Is probable that all
chiefs of Territorial government of-
flees In this cjty will bo allowed to
clote their departments for n, part
of tho day, nt Ica'st, out of respect
to the lato King IMward of Clr'ent
Brltpln, whose funeral takes place on
There will be no holiday declared,
but Governor Frcar will notify beads,
of departments that they may use
their discretion nnd closo their .of
fices If they kco fit.
Tho rourlH will close during ho
entire day, taking a vacation from
Thursday to Saturday.
MUFII ASSAULT CASE
Antoni Reiy, -wild wns1 a witness for
the defense In tho 'case of J, Louis,
who was accused of assaulting In
spector Fennell, this morning yns
charged with n like .offense. Tho lad
denied on tho witness sjand that Louis
ha'd assaulted Fennel, '
Then Fcnqell got out a warrant lor
Rezy's arrest, and tho Jail will havo
to u pear again on Tuesday noxt. in
spector FcimeU Is.sahJ tp havo advised
Rciy to plead 'guilty tOjthb chaigo, iut
tho boy, on tho advice of friends
would not do so. as he maintains tbut
ho Is Innocent,
Tho case, aroso through Fennell try
ing to stop a bunch of people frpin
congregating on tho sidewalk at
.Magoan uiock. sopio one grauuea
Fennell after ho bad taken hold of
nnother man 'by the neck pnd then the
rough house, started, (
' City Transfer 'Co., ' -1
JAS. H. LOVE.
WATERFRONT NOTES I
- ' '.
TrcMPortAitY iirciwins m tho
American schooner M. Turner woe
made v.hlle that etse K-miliinl nl
Knhulul and tho esel h.ut railed To.-
San Francisco, where, upon nrrltdl,
she will go Into dock, II will bo fc- mol'ers ndmltlert was nnt 'its success
membered that the Tilrner went f ns they hnd expected. Those In
nshnr nff Katiulul nnd for a time the lereMed In Ihe exieillllon were Capi
vessel was, lielleed would heroine n, ta pM,ury. Captain Jnhnwiti nn,l
total Ins?. The timely assistance of ,nn ,,,,. of 1P BPn0ner. Thr
the Matson Navjgillon ug Intrepid, ,,,,, Mi 8nn ,VlUIct,,0 on
the Alexander and IU dwlii tug U-slle Jmmary ,r, ,, was R,x wpfk , ln
Baldwin, and the United Htates rev- vclly . ,. , ,
i'iiiii- tiiiivi iiieiiit i,riiiii-H in iii'j
Turner being towed Into deeper wat
er. Thiough her iiccblcnt the schoon
er sustained considerable damage to
licr rudder. Hewral seams werp'ulso
opened but despite tho Keu'rp pound
ing to which the Turner' was' subject
ed, she had a .ry clone shavo from
UNSinN OFY F DAVIS, United ealms.
Stales Navy, has received a perrnnal
loiter frnni Ihe Secretary of the SHOULD THR OflDHftS recehed
Nnvy fonimeiullng him for Inavi'ry 7 ,l10 1,Joln r"M it'inn nuthorl
Tor rushing Inlo Ihu engln-rnom of ''" OPI'1' " Honolulu, tho Federal
Itho dcstlojer IlopKInn, following tho Iinmlgrnllnn omcers will herearter ho
bursting of n liollHr lube few weeks oMl 'mi'loy i, launch of their
ago while the essei was In San""" '""'""' "'"k q "n-
nlenn. n.ni nt.iinv i. tlm res. no of lnK '"eotnlng steamers. It Is said
li. ni,ie,i nltnra nt itm ,i.b nf t.u
life. Chief Water Tender Bonua
o,,.i r,.,..t. mr t, r.
, , , ., ', ., r
celved letters commeiidlng them for
nravery, aim in nuu.iion receive,!
f iiiu eiico.
Till: ALASKA Steamship Company
wll Inaugurate Its Nome schedul;
.May ji wmi mo sailing oi me uiym-
pla. Heavy (faxel to Alaska has set
III Ullll Ull IIIIMiruUIIIIM IVOlirj UIC Liil'
rytng lortrc pnttloM.
WILL DOUTHin IS
' MACK IN TOWN
Will Douthltt, who at oni
wns manaccr of the Athletic Park
.. . .. ... . .L. i i
reiurnea on me oicrrn mis morning.-
He has beei. away Iron. Honolulu
iui mh " " "" i
the Islands had gotten a hold on him
that he could not resist. Mr. I)ou-
tiltt will Join tho pjstal service In
Honolulu. He was for somo eight
years connected wit i 1he depart-
nient on tho mainland, and f.nally nr-
ranged to be trnnsfcircd to Hawaii.
Dcuthltt will, be qillp an nddltlonl
to tho local .ath'etlc vorId, n ho
takes the greatest iiterest In Bport
ai.d Is at all times ready to help In
any way posslb'i to bring sporting
eveuts to a successful tcimluatlon.
mis morning ne wns nro inn town
looking up hU old Irlcncs, all o(
whom were gild to ce him onca
more In Hawaii nel.
WISH TO COME
"' 'TO' HONOLULU
Every mall from the coast brings
applications for, positions as teachers
In th'6 public schools of tho Territory,
accoruiug io upcniucnufnt l'opo nnd
in euiuu uiniiu mo apnucaiions num -
her as ihany 03 forty,
Hardly n mall arrives which does
not havo from six to (wonty nppllca-
,MH- ,.. -llf 1U ,,... -.'....-
tlons for positions In the Bcfvlco herrt
and when a mall docs not come In for
a week' tho number runs to thlrty-fivo
Practically nil tho applicants nro
women, a great proiirtlon of them
from the middle western' States, andi
d, oil ,..u., ,.... . ,i. i.... ....'
of tho Pacillo for the sea trip and, tho
flno climate here.
MORE TROUBLE FOR HAWAII.
(Continued' from Patre 1.1
kla than all the other sui-rago pas
sengers 'put' together. " '
contrary to expectations, tho me
dical officers connected
With lbo Fed-
i failed to dU-
oral Quarantine station
coyer ony sickness among tho Imml
The Tc.,0 w'tts det'al'ned at .mar-' AFTER RRJIA NINO In tho Islands
nntlno for over three hours this morn- for "V"? wcek.8,' Il0 A,merlcan lcnn
ing. It was believed that some of cr(lAmlr? ' wlll?h J"1,'1 nt 1a5,"Hl
their numbor might have been afflict- wl" ,tt ,h,?,mcnt f nltratM. ' le
ed with .lyptherln which licrctoforo imrto'1 for ort Townsend.
provclent among tho new
The small percentago of men and
the larger number of chlldrlen in tb
i.n.M. iu i. ...... i,n.i
tmteli U nln rpinrln.l.
Ono birth occurred during Iho nlno
... ... . ,. ......
dus voyago from Yokohama.
Other passengers for Honolulu
eludo 69 Japanese. U nilplnos and 3 Z I ' m ,rt I ' The' ves
Chlneoc. Two first class layover pas- .1, JjJxZ JL;?J i?.. '.'.. il-
Muigers will leao
the vosscl at this
Invito some men to take a drink and
thoy measure out "the fingers" Just to
keep their, hand lu.
nay pony strayed from Ilr. Ray-
mond's homo on Ilerotanla street;
branded "A." Finder plenBe telo-
phon9 1400. , , 4Cl?-2t
Tim SCHOONnu-nnr.i ninhm re
turned to Han Francisco on April 12
from n KAlvage expedition In Iho
wreck nf the Pacific Mall steamer In-
dlniin nl Port To.i. wbl'cfi fho mo
found the steamer badly Imckled, nnd
It was necessary lo turn rniisldernbl'e
diiamlle to gel Inlo Iho hold. Two
ilvers were sent down nnd wjlh (heir
ni-slstnnce about 200 Ion's of miscel
laneous stuff wcro redeemed from
the battered holds. Vhc schooner
I wag twenty. five, days "sailing hnnic,
having encountered n long series of
lI,Bt 'n'" wcto recently received 111
8nu Frnclsc instructing Die Imm)
R""11 "mctais to u,c their own
launches for imrposcs of boarding ves-
,, ' , "
nR ,h(J clt)tong mi a -nBIC-Blll
that (lie boats of their dcpartriientH
are noi io no uscu ny mc immigration
Trin AMERICAN Iron bark H. C.
Mowntti ,NllCM jinV )Pen ,eil ,, lU
Philadelphia for morn than two
years, was offered for sale nt public
miction on April 12. The highest
bid re:ehed was $12,(00, but tltn
owners declined to let the vessel go
nt that figure. The Hv C. Mow.UI
wus built ut (llasgow In 18CS nnd
for many scars after being given an
American registry proved herself one
of the fastest vessels of her class.
TK t.TailTIIOUSB bill agreed to
,,y , )lS0 Inlcr8,ate C?mmrco
Committee curries appropriations for
th( Pn(,,m. Chni( fo,ow. j,,jht
Btaon8i Anniupa Island, California,
,10,000: lights for inside passage,
AIns,f!1( $3o,ono: Improvements on
coal Bhedi ,,imiDOi(U ay California,
' M '
nNK WEATIlfeR has been exper-
lenccd by tho Japaneso turblno liner
chljo Mnru, now en routo to tho Or-
lent, and reported )as. night as being
890 miles off jhe port. Smooth sous
nro said to prevail on tho voyago thus
far covered ny tno Clilyo Mam.
HIND, ItOLPII&'CO. have named
the British bark Robert Duncan,
which thoy purchased rewntly, after
Captnln William II, Lewis. Tno
Lewis, will load .lumber on Ihe Sound
for tjiq Culoi.Ies nnd return to tho
Const with n coal cargo.
EVERY ONE of the torpedo boat
'nestioyers composing tjio Atlaptlo
tnedo fleot except, the Preston pud
t,u? .Sameon exceeded hcr contract,
"i"-"-? "" t"u '"fi'"- run uum fvy
"v'"' v iw'ii a irmpjii-u , i
about iho knots.
AN ADVANCE of $2 In tho iiassen-
Ker "Voioni. Seattle to 8(.n Francls-
co wa annoiinecij on April, 7-by the
Pacific Coast Steamship Company,
Thus far no advance' has been ordered
by 'tho San Francisco 'and Portland
THE UNITED STATES battlcshln
'"'""'in teturned to the Philadelphia
.iiuvy mm on vprn zi "iter a live
days' test at sea of n brake which,
It Is claimed, will help In the quick
! stoppage, nf warships. ' '
I THE AMERICAN bark Albort mad
a fair passago up to tho coast. Tho
'CBScl left Knllua. utter illuciinrnliii- n
!jlP,'Pent of lumber and Is reported to
have Rr,'vel at Port TownBcniljL'i)-
THE BRITISH bark lluithbnnk has
,hT,.r, o s . '
n h lU , ?f Cl,a,rt?r, '"
w. rnco & Co. to carry luniber
boen sold to Peruvians and renamed
" ""'" v-w. iu .arrj
f-i- l.n anl.i t.x n.itn..
"v "'" J""" "-",
THE ARRIVAL of tho United Btatei
army traiisiwt Lqsiiii at flan Fran
sel passed through' this port from
Manila on Mny 4. ' M
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Enterprise, from San Francisco, If re
ported by the officers, of the steamer
Claudjne as having arrived at ILllb on
las( Sunday. . "
THE PACIFIfi MAII liner Mn,i
churla, from San' Francisco and ljo-
nolttlu, arrived at Yokohama Japan
yestfrday The vessel Is enrouto Jto
Hongkong. ' ' f
J , 4 . ,
ARRIVED II DEPARTED ' - I
t j 1 J : '
Trlday, May 13.
' flan Frnnclfro B(orra, O, H. H., R
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn. Itokqby, Br. stmr.
Norfolk, Vn. Vancouver, Hr. stmr.
Friday May 13,
Han Francisco Novadan, M. N. 9, B.
monoiiy, may ju,
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S. H.
8aturday, May 14.
Hllo via way ports Mauna
Manila via ports Clewlnud. U.
Manila vln ports Chattanooga, IT.
Sunday, May 16.
Maul and Molokal jiorts Mlkahala,
Kauai "ports Klnau, stmr.
' Tuesday, May 17.
San Francisco Wllhelmtnn, M. Ni
Wednesday, May 18.
Kntinl isirls W. (l.llall, stmr.
San Francisco Asia, P. M. 8. S.
Thursday, May1 19.
Hawaii la .Maul ports Claudln,
Friday, May 20.
Neweasllp, N, H. W. St. Dunstan,
Br. stmr. ' ' '
San Francisco la Scnttlo Illlnnlan.
M, N. S, 8.
'Saturday, May 21.
Hongkong Yla Japan ports Korea, P.
M. S. S.
Hlllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Sunday, May 22,
Kauai nortsj Klnau, fclmr.
Maul nnd Molokal orts Mlkahala,
Monday, May 23.
Sallna Cruz tin San Francisco nnd
Pngct Hound Virginian, A.-H, 8, S.
1 Wednesday, May 23.
Australian ports via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. S. S.
, Kauai ports W. fl. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, May 26.
linn all via Maul ports Claudlnc,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria nnd Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Hongkong via Jap-in ports Buya
Mnru, Jap. stmr.
Saturday,' May 28.
Illlo via way torJs Mauna Kea
Sunday, May 29.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Mololjnl ports Mlkahala,
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Thursday, May 12.
EUREKA Sailed May 10: Sell. So-
qulra, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCfSCO Arrived May 11:
Sch. Ja's. Rolph, from liana.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived May 11:
TT Q A T lAirnn linnpa Mnv 4
aiM 1-nAwetacn A.t-iv,i Mnv t-i
S. S. "Mexlcafi, from Sallna Cruz,
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 12: 8. 8
Manchu'rln, hence May 2.
YOKOHAMA Balled May 12: 8. S.
Korea, for Honolulu,
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived May 12:
Bk. Albert v from Kollim.
HILO Arrived May 8: 8, 8. Enter
prlso, from San FrancUco,
KAHULUI-rSalled May 11: Sch. Ad
mlral. for Prfrt Townsend.
KAHULUI Sailed May 11: Sch. M.
Turner, for San Francisco.
Malls are cue at Honolulu from
nolnta as follows:
ap FrancjscQ-Per Wllhclmlna, May
Yokohama Per Tenyo Mam, May 14.
Colonies Per Manuka, Mny 2G.
Voncduv'dr Per Makura, May 27.
Malls will depart for the lollnwtai
Spn FrancJsCf-Per T
enyo Mam, May,
Yokohama Per Asia, May 17.
Vancouver Per Manuka, May 25.
Colonies Pr , Makura, Majr 27.
Dlx, sailed froln'llonofuhl for Seattle
Logon nailed from Honolulu for San
Francisco May 4,
Sherman arrived at Manila May 3
Sheridan nt Honolulu from San Fran
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Sni. Francisco Bay. Cal. Notice Is
hereby given that Mission nay Rock
Buoy No.' 4, a red lst-clnss spar, was
temporarily removed &ay 3, pending
blasting operation,) lu the vicinity.
It will bo replaced ns soon as practi
Blunts Reef. Cal. rN'otlco Is also
giyop that (Hunts Reef Llghtvesse)
No, ,83 was replaced qn her Btqtlon Uu
May 1 nnd Relief Lichtvessel' No. 7fi'Mr.
was then withdrawn. No clinnco has'ker. Mrs.'L. Rider. Mr. and Mrs. 'Hnr.
been inadp In tho characteristics of f's. H. V. T. Purvis, Mrs. Piirvis, Mlsa
color of her boats changed from C. O. Backus, Dv L. Conkllng, Miri E
white to red. j, Davidson, Miss IJ. M, DaYldso-af Mr.
I.'oht Sur, Cal. Notice Is hereby a"d Mrs. B. S. Denison, Mr. aa Mrs,
given that about Juno 1, lOlO, Ihu Kellnor, II. Kellner, A. Ji' Howt,
J2-nch steam whistle nt Poir-t S-tr A-1' VbwH' K- C' Akna. Mr. and Mrw.
Llghtstatlon. seacoast r,f Cellforya'1'-T-Pfak ,n" '''""-, j
will be roplaced by ' Ist-claj-i com- -rZ Z , .
Preyed air sire, w U out oHwr ' 8?(ne'd't x' roonis-250 lA.1
Change. """nsiiofflee. These are the telephone
, . numbers of the Bulletin offlty.,
Thursday, May 12.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., ft p. m
Friday, May 13.
Kona arid Kau tiorts Mauna. Loa.
- - -
VE8SELS TO DEPART
Friday, May 13.
Maul nnd Hawaii norts fMnndlnn.
( iujiu anil iau pons mauna ij-i.
Saturday, May 14.
San Francisco Tenyo Marti. T. K.
K. S. S.
Manila via'Cliiam Sheridan, U. S.
A. T.. 12 m.
San Francisco Annie Johnson, Am.
Monday, May 16.
San Francisco Lurllrio, M. N. S. S.
u p. m.
Ocean Island Rnscbank, Br. stmr.
Tuesday, May 17.
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Asia,
P. M. S. H. -. k
Hllo via way ' porta Mauna Kea,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal port- Mlkahala,
stmr, ' !
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8., 10
Thursday, May 19.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. stmr.
Friday, May 20.
Maul and Hawaii porta Claudlnc,
Saturday, May 21.
Snn rranclsoo Korea, P. M. 8. S.
Tuesday, May 24.
Illlo via Way porta Mauna Kea,
stmr. ' ,"'
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Mnul and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
Wednesday, May 25.
San Francisco Wllhelmlnn, M, N.
Victoria nnd TonennvPr Manuka,
0.-A. 8. 8.
Thursday, May 26.
Kauai ports W. O, Halli stmr.
Friday,- May 27,
Australian ports via Uuvn Makura,
C.-A. 8. S,
South and 'Central 'American ports
Bujo Maru, Jap. stmr.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlnc,
Monday,' Maj1 30.
Japan ports and. Hongkong Mon
golla, P. M. 8. 8. ,,
Per O. S. 8. 8lcrra, from- San Fran
clrco. May 13. For Honolulu:' II. P.
Y, Aehburn, Park Ashhurn, Mrs,. W.
Q. Ashley and, mi mo, Mrs. fcantrcll, F.
Atkns. pr. W...P, Austin., tIrs. Aus
tin. Judge' W. II. Realty. Mrs. 3. A.
Beiger, T E. Blbblns, Mrs. BlbblPA,
Mrs, I. S. Ulshop, Jno W Bourdetre,
Otto llrecht,T Q E. Brpwn, Jno. Dncl:
ley, A. M. Chittenden,', prof. E.'F. Cod
dlngton, E. E. Crsndall, Lulgi Dcll'Or
to, Mrs. DeirOrio. Miss M. UDouk
lss, n. Wn Douthltt V. W. B-ssle'stoii,
K. W. Elsort. Mrs. JU. fisaVt, ,V. A.
am, Mts. am, miss a. b. aium, mis.
M. A, aonsalves, F. .np'i.tnn, Mrs. J.
(Jregg, Miss M C Urita.'.y, Ti. Gu-.
Fenl N.'llolt, W. 0. Irwlu. Paul o
I.ongpre, Mrs. de Iongprc, Miss Paul
Ine de Ixjngpre, Prof. IT. C. Lord, H.
II. McOratb, Mrs. McOrath, E. C.
Nichols, C. E. Sandstedt, Wm. Sav
Idge, Miss Alice Savldge, A. C. Sllva.
A. 0. Smith', Mrs. Smith, Allen a.
Thurman, J, It. Watson,, AVm. Wat
son. K Vl Wels, Mrs. T. Wohrdon, II.
Wltherspoon, Mrs, Wlthcrspoon, Mas
ter L. Wlthorspoon, Mrs. A. D.
Wright, David Crowley, J, J. Hughs,
Ben Rnwllns, Mr. and Mrs. Tullef,
MIsb Mat toon.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona nnd
Knu ports, May 13, A. Hancbcrg, J
Per Mik. 'Annie Oohnson,' -for San
Francisco, May 14. R. W. Look, C. Fi
Smith, C, L. Wight.
Per M. N. S. 8. Lurllno, for Sin
Francisco, Mny 17. I)r, E. 8. Good
huo, Mrs. 8. B. Wooloy. Chas, Broad,'
Mrs. Broad, Miss R. Coleman, Mlsi O.
Coleman, Wm, Rathnjan, Nelson R,
Lansing, C. Porter, E. B. .Ilyde, Mrs.
E, B. Hyde, Mrs. M. T. Scotti Miss F.
Lynch, W. L. Jeffries, L. llarr. Nels
Newman, II. W. Stark, Mrs, 'Starlt,
Mrs. "B. u. 'Waterman, C. Harviiy
EldeK E. II. Waterman. Mrs. J. 1C.
Rrown, Mrs. J. K'. Hrown, Jr., Mrs E.
L. Frazlor, II. L. Kerr, W. U Rmlth,
Mrs. W. A. Atwater, Ida M. DUBton,
Miss M, M. Wright.
Per O. 8. S. Sierra, for Han Fran
cisco, May 18. Mrs. A. II. Lackland,
Mrs. S. E. Halstead,' Mr. and Mrs.
Phclpi. Mrs. F. A. Potter. Mr. ami
Mrs. C. W. Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Scott. Mrs. J. R. Meyers. Mc
and Mrs, L. T. PocV, Miss Earle. Mla
F. Donovan, MrB, J. R. ColonMrs. A.
M. Icke, R. Catton, W. M. Speyer, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Bunker, Miss If.. IL
Hart, Mrs, E. H.'Eail, MlBa'DfRarl,
ami airs. i. m. uouwin, Hiss Bun-
Afci,Jt 'Afte .,& ji.
fi , i',y.