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EVENING- BtTLLETtN, ItOtfoMJLu, T. II., SATURDAY, MAT U, 1910.
''i i 1
I weeniy taienaar
Hawaiian Second Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Rpyal Arch
Honolulu Commandery Stated
7.30 p. m.
Honolulu Firs'. Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting memberof the
Order aro cordially Invited to
, attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on tne
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
iiinmr runiurrnrt ""i "
W A BH 1 A h A 4
uninc cnuinccna otner A0.
KNEFICIAL A$SQIAT10K. oiatioui cor
HARMONY IQDGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:ao In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Kurt Street.
B. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
, H. K. JtcCOY, Nobto Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially'
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets evory first and lldrt-.Eri7
day evening at 7:30 In K. it r.-Hsll,
corner Fort and Horctanla. Visiting
brothers-cordlally Invited to attends
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. I. HEINE, Kr It: ST '
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610. 1J. P. O.
EIIcb, meets In tbelr ball, on-KlnK
8trect, near Fort, every Krldsyavsn-
lng. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
invited to attend.
v JAH. I). DOUfHIKRTY, V. It.
GEO, T KLUEOEL. 8ec
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and tblrd Thurs
days ot each month at Knlghpf
Pytnlas Hall. Visiting brotUerlT cot
dlally InWtcd to attend.
1'. HIGQINS, Sachem.
x E. V. TODO, C. or It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O..E
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Halt corner
Berctanla and Tort streets.? ,
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
. W. n. IHLnY, W.JL
WM. 0. McCOY, Boc
WM. McKINLEY L0DOE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretunla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOIjSON. K. R. 8.
f A COMPLETE LINE OF
& i c4-
Honolulu Photo Supply
) FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
; Gurrcy's, Ltd.
May's. Old Kona
HENRY MAY & CO.
ALOHA A1NA COM-
McCandless Paper Says
He S!uu!d Not k
In Its editorial comment on tho pro
hibitum nt the brand being agitated
by John 0. Woollcy, the Aloha Ainu,
controlled by I,. L, McCandless of to
day published n short article, calling
tho attention of tho Hawallans. who
nro getting In touch with Woollcy, to
be ware of his work and action.
The translation of tho article. Is as
Is this" tho same John O. Woolluy
who spoke so lowly and badly of tho
Ilawallntis while ho was addressing
tho Senile committee In, Washington
during thp consideration of tho prohi
bition problem? Ho said ns follows:
"They arc a great, beautiful, laiy
Head nnd consider tho statements of
tho leader ot the prohibitionists In Ha
waii nel, as published In the Adver
tiser, dated February 2, 1910 on pagos.
"If. tho Ifnwallans wero really laiy,
ns is quoted by this sheep coated
haole, then tho Hawaiian who aro
keeping In touch with him are the
laiy fellows, whom ho referred to. An
for us. wo do not want to bo led by
the mnllhlnl haolcs who call us- by
WE HAVEJITrl IIS
AT THE YOUNO.
Friday, May 13.
P A. Adams, M.D.. Schotlcld Bar
racks: Edith It. Kerr, New York City:
Ttutri H. Ilnkenknmp, Durllngton, la.;
F, ?. Clnik. II. S. .A.. San Francisco;
Mrs.-ClnrR niid nurse, San Francisco;
Mrsr-i-i' Jt Duncan, 8ai Frnndsci; F.
J, 1Mtiguort'i U. 8. A, T. Sheridan;
WuA7,Amlorion,.v.ire 2 children and
maid, J A. Grace, city.
AT THK HAWAIIAN.
Friday, May 13.
n.-Wr Tully. Alma, Cal.; Mrs. It.
Tully, Almn, Cal.; Miss Matoon. Alma,
Cat.; Dr. A, E. Nichols, Los Angeles;
Drvand Sirs. W. P. Austin, Salinas,
Cal.; II. C. Lord. Columbus', O.; E. F.
Coddlngton, Columbus, O.; It. II. Mc
Grath and wlfo, Chicago, III.
vfnshabio chamois gloves at Jor
Coga,"Co,a I" 'ho Ideal summer bev
erage it cools and refreshes. Dot-
tied by Hawaiian Soda Works, phone
"Smokers, attention! The Crcmo Is
tho best Cc smoko on earth. Sold ev
erywhere. IL Hackteld & Co, distrib
Denson, Smith' & Co, Ltd.. have a
now eupply of Haas & Son's delicious
Lato copyright cloth-bound popular
novels nt 75c each, Oo to A. R. Ar
lelgh St. Co., Hotel street, for those
Include a few bottles of "Dlttcr-
mead" with our next' order for soda-
Hater from the Fountain Soda Works,
Miss Power Is showing beautiful
new hats this week. Including tho
Chantccler" Idea, tho latest Paris
craze. Mllllnary Parlors, Doston
building. Fort street.
Flvo exceptional specials are of
fered by Sachs' Dry Goods Co. fdr
Monday, Tuesday "and Wednesday.
Also many interesting items in new
goods. See ad today, I
If you want to sco the smartest
shapes and lines In' this! sea'
son s shoes look at the now models at
the Regal Shoo Btore, King and Dcthel
Jordan's call special attention to
their grand lot of now silk linen end
wash dresses tb hand per express. All
alterations are properly made without
Cool, well furnished arid woll cared
for rooms with a location closd' to the
business center has mado thp Hotel
Majestic, corner of Fort and Derctanta
Bt reels, a most popular homo for
Trousers In oyory variety- of season
nblo material trousers that are, built
to fit and woar may be: socn at Su
va's Tog'gery. Ltd, aU" building,
King Blrcot, They aro Jus tho troiiB
era you have' been wanting,
Thero Is not a more delicious eheos
ma,do than the famous Edelweiss, a
new importation of which has Just
, been received by J. M, Levy & Co ,
Lid. Roquefort, Double Cremo, Drle,
Llmburgcr Camcnbert Neufchattet
' ACCORDING TO advices receive 1
hero the American-Hawaiian freighter
Alaskan sailed from Port Allen on
last Wednesday with destination as
Sallilu Cruz. The vessel can led a
largo shipment of sugar,
i t .'
Dolly Why aren't on. at the
cool.lng srhupl? Polly Tenchpr'a
laid up with dspopsla.-V-pio eland
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Pure silk hose, all colors, 1.25 at
Tho best soda water. Lclthcad &
Woodward, 'phono 687,
HaaB chocolatfu bail mde, freh
at Dcnson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
7-Seated Auto tor htro. Phone" lira
James Baiter, Young Hotel Stand.
Cafl. on Mike Paton .at tho Encore
Saloon for a draft ot Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered troiisaeaus and fancy
needlework. Mrs. II. Hell, 162 Hotel
Superintendent of Public Worki
Marston Campbell returned today
from a trip (o tho other Islands.
If you want a good Job done' on an
auto or carrlago take it to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Aga Sumotu was today granted an
absolute divorce from her husband
Mltsakl on the ground ot non-suppoit.
Taxes property, income and conservation.-
First half is dot on Mon
day. Pay tip and avoid penalty.
The Kentucky saloon Is as tamed
for good liquors as tho Stato ot Ken
tucky. Jack Roborta In thn nmnrf.
I Judcn Antlrnns In nmantr thnaa tvhi
Iwlll return to Hllo by .thn steamer
; Mauna Koa, sawing ror thu Dig Island
Ion next Tuesday.
I There was a small flro down near
Itlver street early this morning but
the only damago dono was to' a largo
pu-co o Kimncr inai was cnarred.
Key, Fenton Smith of Hllo has ar
rived hero to attend a gathering' of
itpncopai divines of tho Hawaiian Is
lands to bo held In this city.
Eight-foot concrete nnd cemcnL side.
walks will bo laid along tho cntln
length of King street, Hllo. by order
ot (ho Department of Public Works.
Miss Nan Atplnwall. tho spectacular
dancer whet has been holding forth at
several local theaters, has commenced
a brief engagement at the Gaiety The
The hearing of Phoney Davis, who
was arrested yesterday afternoon,
charged with hiving Improper rela
tions with a ftutslon girl, will be held
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
J. 8. Canario today tiled a suit for
ejectment against I- L. McCandless,
The plaintiff state that McCandless
took land, which belonged to plaintiff
nt Walanae, ono lot containing1 thrcd
rcres and tho other twcnty.thrco acre
and has held them for somo time. The
return of tho land Is asked and dam
ages In the sum cf 11000,
Early this morning an automobile.
which a pollco officer alleges belongs
to Professor Drigham, ran Into a Jap
anese cyclist on Kln street and
smashed tho machine' to pieces. The
Japanese, was thrown heavily to the
ground, but was later on taken to
his home whore ho Is said to bo ro
covering from the' shock of tho collision.
Irish Crochet, French and Eyelet Hand Embroideries,
Novelties, etc. . t
SALE BEGINS MONDAY MORNING
City Ti-ansf er Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
IN FOREIGN POUT
Friday May 13.
SEATTLE Sailed May 12: S. 8. Vlr-
glnlaa, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed 'May 12: S. 8. Hllo
nlnn, for Honolulu.
ORAY8 IlAnnOIl Arrived May 12:
Sch. O, M. KollOBB. from Hllo April
SAN FnANCISCO Arrived May 13:
Dk. It. P. Rlthct, from Hllo April 20.
POUT SAN LUIS Arrived May 13:
S. 8. Santa Rita, from Kahulul May
W1LLAPA HARDOR Sailed May 13:
8ch. A. M. Darter, for Mahukonn.
PORT ALLEN 8allcd May 11: B. S.
Alaskan, for Sallna Cruz.
Thursday, May 12.
EUREKA Sailed May 10: Sch. Be-
nulra, for Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May Hi
Sch. Jas. Rolph. from Hnna. .
BAN. FRANCISCO Arrived, May 11:
U. S. A, T. Logan, hence" May 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 12.
S. S. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz,
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 12: 8. S.
Mahchurta, hence May 2.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 12: S. S.
Korea, for Honolulu.
PORT TOWNBEND Arrived May 12:
Dk. Albert from Kallua.
, N0IICE TO MARINERS.
San Francisco Uay, Cal. Notice Is
hereby given that Mls3lon Day Rock
Huoy No. 4, a red lBt-clats spar, was
tcmporarily'removcd May 3, pending
blasting operations In the vicinity.
It will bo replaced ns soon as practi
cable. Illunts Reef, Cal. Notlco is also
given' that Illunts Reef Llghtvcssel
No, 83 was rep'aced on her station
May 1 and Rollef Llghtvcssel No. 76
was then withdrawn. No change has
been made In the characteristics Of
the lights or fog Blgnals of Llghtvcs
sel No. 83, but tho number "83" has
been painted on each quarter and the
Color of her boats changed from
white to red.
Point Bur, Cnl. Notlco Is hereby
given (hat about Juno 1, 1010, the
12-Inch steam whlstlo at Pol ft 3'lr
iilghtstatlon, sencoast of Crlifnn.ln,
will be replaced, by lst-clni; com
pressed air Blrcn without other
SALE PRICE LIST.
EMBROIDERED SHIRT WAIST PATTERN8 Regular'
Prices! $3.00 to S10.06, Reduced to' I1.7C to 16 SO.
COR8ET COVEKS-Regular $2.25 to $4.00, Reduced to
$1.25 (o $2.2E.
NIGHT DOWNS Regular $6 CO to $10.00, Hoduce'd to $1.0 J ,
to $6 50. i.
CHEMISES Regular $4.00 to $6.00, Reduced to $2.50 to
$4.00. , "
SHIRT RUFFLE8 Regular $5.50 to $25.00, Reduced to,
$3,50 to $18.00.
SHEET AND PILLOW CASES (Set) Reduced from
$25.00 to $18.00. I
TRAY CLOTHS Regular $3.00 to $4.60, Reduced to $2.00
1 TABLECLOTH AND DOZEN NAPKINS Reduced from
$40.00T to $25.00.
IN8ERTION 3 Yard Leugth, Reduced' from $3'.$p to $2.00. 1
HANDKERCHIEFS Regular" from $1.25-to $S.W, Reduced
t6 $1.00 to $2.00.
, BELT8 Itcgular from 506 to $1.C0, Reduced from 35c
DOYLIES Bale Price from',25c up. '
HUQ PILLOWS AND BABY PILLOW CASES Regular
from $1.50 to $3.00. Reduced from $1.00 to JI.OO';
BADS Regular from $1.25 to $2.00, Reduced from 7CC to
PILLOWS Regular $5.50 and $8.00, Reduced to $4.00 and
, ,$5.00; .
BABIES' BO'N NETS Regular $3 60, Reduced to $2.60.
BABY BIBS Regular $2.25 to $3 60, Reduced to $1.76'and
$2.25. , : .r- .. -. ' ''
BABIES' SACQUE8 Regular $2.50 and $4,60, Roduced t'J
$1.75 and $3 00. . i .. .
BABIES' BOOTIES Regular $2.00 and $2.50, Reduced to
$1.00 and $1.50. i i 1 .',
SACHET 'BAGS Regular $1.50 and $2-00, Reduced to $1.00
' and $1.60.
JABOTS-S-Regular 75c to $2 00. Reduced to S5o to $1 "0.
BOWsV'tuBiilsr 80c and $1.00, Reduced to 35c and 75c r I
DUTCH COLLAR8 Regular $2.00 to $3.50, "Redncod- to '
$1.60 to $2.75.
DUTCH COLLARS Regular $3 00 to $4.50, Reduced tu
$2.00 and $3 60. ."
COLLAR'S Regular $2.50 to $3,00, Reduced to $1.76 and
NOVELTIES Hat pins, Baretts, Combs-pAH at greatly
roduced prices. '
st" ill i r i1 y
I TUB TWO hundred and' thirty or
more cabin passengers en route from
tho Orient lo San Francisco spent an
enjoyable season at Honolulu during
tho nearly twenty-four hours layover
that the Toyo Risen Knlsha liner Ton-
jo Marit made at this port. Tho Jap
anese steamer brought ocr a thou
sands tons of miscellaneous cargo foi'
the port, Including a largo consign1
ment t)f gin And a quantity of gunny
.sacks. The work was completed last
night and the Tcnyo Maru was dis
patched for Snn Francisco at 9:30 thin
rnornlng. Tho big ship Is leaving hero
for tho coast with but very few avall-
able first class bcrVhs.
-AFTER IRVING discharged a quan
tity of haled hay and other lines of
cargo for the United States quarter
master department, the transport
Sheridan has bccnvdlspatchcd for Ma
nila, colling at fluani on tho way
nam ,1.a ttnlAn TliA 13f,Ar1,1nt1
made, an extended stop nt the' port,
lucrcuy Kiving me irKu iiuuiuur ui
army officers and thotr families as1
well as several hundred enlisted men
ton opportunity ot visiting msny Inter
esting points In and about the city,
The Sheridan took on seven' hundred
tons of coal before sailing at noon to
day, HILO SHIPPltto it the time of de
parture of (he Mauna Kca, included
the American-Hawaiian freighter Art
zonan, which arrived there' Friday
morning; the' Matson Navigation
steamer Enterprise wns expected to
sail for Son Francisco on noxt Tues
day. Tlic scho'oner llalboa is taking
on a shipment of t railway ties. Thli
vcss6l was scheduled to Ball on Fri
day or today. Tho schooner S. T. Al
exander fg discharging, railway tlej
and tho ship Edward Sen all Is ex
pecting tb finish loading sugar by tho
coming week. '
TUB IFOLLOWINO vessels were
passed by the Btcamcr Mauna Ken oir
her homeward voyago from Hllo: tho
Cascade M Papalkou, Kauai at Ha
kalau. Helene at Koholalclo, Kalttlanl
at' Paauhau, and tho- Maul at Hono-
Bnlletin Business Office Phone 2fJ3
Builetin Editorial Boom Phone 183
' ' M .
W Young Hotel
1 ARRIVED t'A DEPARTED' ' '(
Friday, May 13. I
Itjinnlfnnff trill lannn twirl n-nToTl 1 tl
UVUblWMb WM,.".. ,.. -....,-
Maru, Jap. stmr., 1 p. in.
Saturday, May 14.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,1
stmr., a. m. I
naAall ports Llkcllke', stmr., o, m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. RokeV, Br. stmr.
Norfolk, Va-Vancouvcr. Dr stmr.
d Saturday, May 14.
Ban Francisco Ncva'dan, M. N. 8. 8,
Sunday, May IS.
Maui and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Tuesday, May 7.
San Francisco Wllholmlna, M. N.
Wednesday, May 18.
' Kaaal ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Ban Francisco Asia; P. M. 8. 8.
Thursday, May 19.
Manila via ports Clavoland, l'.
S. 8. '
Manila via ports Chattanooga, U.
8. S. , '
Hawaii via Maul porta Claudlne,
Friday, May 20.
Newcastlo, N, 8. W. 8t. Dunstan,
San Francisco via Seattle Illlonian,
M. N. 8. S.
Saturday, May 21,
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, P.
M. B. 8.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca.
Sunday, May 22.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mtkahala,
Monday, May 23. '
' Sallna Cruz via Sa'n Francisco and
Puget 8ound Virginian, A.-H. 8. 8.
Wednesday, May 29.
Australian ports via 8uva Manuka,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, May 26.
'Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlno,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria' nnd Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Hongkong- via Japan ports Duyo
Mnru, Jap. stmr.
Saturday. May 28,
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Sunday, May 29.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr,
Maul and Molokal ports Mikabal-i,
. Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongol!, P, M. 8. S.
4' -J i n
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, from Hllo and
way ports, May 14. D. D. Shank3,
w'lfe and daughtor, J. J. Yamlly", W.
Woodbrldge and wife, R. J. McDonald
and wife, E. II. Dry an and wife, R. W.
Filler. Rev. W, H, Fonton-Smlth. Mrs
lir. r. wcimorc, u. uampueu, oitb,
L, Self and daughter, C. H. Klucgcl
A. A. Wilder. W. M. Olffard nnd ser
vant, Rev. S. L. Desha, D. Young, Miss
B. Llndeman, C. Woltors, E. F. Turln,
P. Duchart, T; Wilson, Rev. C. Dloor.
C. Pendletonwlfe and child, Mrs. F.
Fcrelra, Dr. V. Crarko, Mrs. M. Ander
son, Mrs; W. Chalmers, Mrs. Jachas,
M Perelcdo; Rev. Yoo Dqw. Mrs. J.
W. Qunn, Jno, Tlnd, It R, Dryant, K.
8. LI, Chlng- Sal, M, F. Pons, wife and
children, Almalda, C. Nakamura, Ko
ma, Joe Perelra, Miss It. Dell, Aragakl,
Mm. E. Hamahalu and daughtor, Miss
R, Wong Kong, M, R. Ca'refna, E. C.
Cla'fke, Shlkakl, lato TalakO, Wata-
nabo, Jan Bnl Yee, C. Anderson, Mrs.
HuaWh'a'nd1 2 children, Rev. A. II.
Weymouth, Rev. h, Knoll and wlfo, K.
Mufaok-, W. Ii. Dccoto, Rev, W. Ault.
amf wife, H. Johnson, T. Ah Hu, Jno.
Choi, Mrs. W. C. Scott. i-Mld and maid,
M.' A .Tavarcs, J. M, Madeiras, wife
and child, Dr. J. H. Raymond.
WATERFRONTNpTEIt I '
" i , ,. , . . . ..... .. , . .'
THAT THE Pacific Mall liner Asia
ft the litest vessel of the. fleet to' re
celve an Installation of wireless tele
grn'ph has been bornA out by tho re-'
celpt ot tber Initial messago from that
steamer. Tho Asia waa reported for
the first time last evening and her po
sition was given at 1007 miles off tho
port, steaming; through fine weather
and smooth Beat). Tho Asia Is expect
ed to arrive hero" early Tuesday morn
ing. The vessel la bringing only a
few layover passengers from 8au
Francisco. "" v
BEER BALLAST Is reported will
servn to (rim tho fast and furious' bark
'Alden Bosso which Is now en route
to Honolulu from southern California
ports. The vessel left hero Bove'ral
months ago. taking about a, thousand
tons of scrap Iron destined for RcuW
IT TOOK tho llttlo schooner O. M
KAtloEr tw'efitv'fbur davs to'c6e'f (he
distance between this port and Oriys
Harbor, Tho vessel Is reported to
ha'vci arrlve'd at (h'o Washlngtoi ptrt
TH&lmAHK it. P. Rlthet was twen
ts -three days In completing- thu nas
sage between Hllo and Sau Ffatctsco,
Tho voWel arrived at' tho coast port
A niHPMnNT of lumber In reitorii'ti
to havo left Wlllapa' Harbor daitlnld
fpr Mahuknna by tho schooner A. M.
Frldnv. Mav 13
Hnwall via Maul ports Claudtne,,
Btmrs 5 p. m. '
Kauai ports Noeatt, stmr., 6' p. nu
Rnlnritsv. Msv 14.
San Francisco Tcnyo Maru, T. IC
K. 8. 8.. 0:30 a. m.
Manila via Guam 8herldan, U. ft
A. T., noon,
VESSELS TO DEPART
Saturday, May 1.
8au Francisco Annie Johnson, Am.
Monday, May 16.
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N. B. 8.
6 P. s.
Ocean Island Roscbank, Dr. stmr.
Tuesday, May 17.
Japan ports and Hongkong Asia,
P. M. 8. 9.
' Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr. "'
Maul and Molokal ports Mtkahala,
Wednesday, May 18.
San Francisco Blorra, O. S. 8., 10
a. m. i -
Thursday, May 19,
Kauai ports W, O. Hall. stmr.
.Frldrfy, May 20.
, Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Saturday, May 21. (
San Francisco Korea, PT. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, May 24.
Ililo via way ports Mauna, Kca,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal porta Mlkahala.
Wednesday. May 25.
Ban Francisco Wllholmlna, M. N.
' Victoria and Vancouvor Manuka,
C.-A. 8. 8. "'
Thursday, May' 26.
Kauai ports W. tl. Hall, stmr.
Friday, May 27.
Australian! ports via duva Mai urn.
South and Cchtrat American ports
Duyo Maru, Jap. stmr.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claumue,
Moriday, May 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golla, P. M. 8. 8.
T PA8SENQER8 BOOKED I
Per stmr Mouna Lob, for Kona and
Knu ports. May1- 24. W. Pfotonhaucr,
Per Btmr. Klnau. for" Kauai ports.
May 17. E Langer. vMIss M. Rood,
Mrs. D. D. Baldwin, Miss Baldwin.
Per' stmr. Mauna Kea. for Hllo and
way ports. May 17. W. Decota, J. Mc
Cullough, Mrs. M.' U Douglass, M. J,
Schc-cnbcrgor, James Lynch, Wm.
Mutch, J. L. Cockburn, F. E. Hudson,
Mrs. Hudson. C. II. Kluegcl. Mr.
Kluegel, Miss Woltcrs, C. Woltcrs. J.
F. Rock1. U Andrews, H. Rr Bryant,' D.
D. Maconachle, H. T. Haysclderi, Mrs.
J Monssrrat, Miss Rcnjes; Mrs. H.
Rcnjes. Dr.f anil Mrs1. W. P. Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham. .Dr. C.
L. Struvo, John Lane, Miss Lucy Lane,
Miss IC, Raupp.
Per bk. Annie Johnson, for San
Francisco, May 14. R, W. Look, O. F.
Bmlth, Cl L. Wight. V y
Per M! Nl 8. 8. Liirllrie. for San
Francisco, May 17. Dr, E. 8. Good
hue. Mrs. 8. E. Wooley, Chas. Droail,
Mrs. proad. Miss R. Colerfian. Miss O.
Coleman, Wm. Rathman, Nelson n.
Lansing', C. Porter. E. a Hyde, Mrs.
B. B. Hydo, Mrs. M, T. Bcott. Miss F.
Lynch, W. L. Jeffries. L. Farr, Ncls
Newman, H. W. 8tark, Mrs. Stark.
Mrs. E. L. Waicrman, C. Harvey
Elder. E. II. Waterman, Mrs. J. IC
Brown, Mrs. J. K, Brown. Jr.. Mrs., E.
L, Frailer. H. L, Kerr. W. L. Smith,
Mrs'- W. A. Atwater, Ida M. Ptfstoo.
Miss M, M. Wright.
Per O. 8. 8, Sierra, for San Frnn
Cisco, May 18. "Mrs. A. II. Lackland,
Mrs. S. E. Halstead, Mr. and Mrs.
Phelps, Mrs. F, A. Potter, Mr. and
Mrs. C, W, Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. 8cott, Mrs. J. R. Meyers,. Mr.
and Mrs. L. T. Peck. Miss Earlc Miss
F.. Donovan, Mrs. Ji R. Collon, Mrs. A..
IM7 Locke, tt. Catton, W. M. Bpeyer. Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Bunker. Miss z., K.
Hart, Mrs. E- II.. Karl. Miss D. Earl.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Mi Bodwln,- Miss Bun
ker, Mrs. L. Rldor, Mr. and Mrs. Har
ris, R. W, T. Furvtsv Mrs. Purvis, Miss
Bewail, Mrs. Bewail. Mies Scott, Mrs.
M. M. Scott. Mrs; W. H.Dffnond, F. 8.
8cudder. Mrs. Prosaer, Mls Thatcher,
Bishop' Restarlck, Mrs. W. C. Bailey,
C, O. Bockus. D.U.CApkllpglMlss.K.
J. Davidson, Miss K. M. Davidson, Mr.
and Mrs. D. 8. Denlson, Mp and Mrs.
Kellner. H. Kellne'r. A. M: Howe,
A. Yi Lowls, K. C. Akona, Mr, and Mrs.
L. T. Peak and child.
Malls" aro due at Honolulu from
points as follows":
Ban Francisco Per Wllholmlna, May
Colonies PcV- Manuka1, May 25.
Vancouver Per Makura, May 27.
Malls' will depart for the following
points as follow: ' '
Ban Franclico Per Tcnyo Maru, May
14. '( r
Yokohama Per Asia'. May 17.
Vancouver Per Manuka, May 25.
Colonies Per, Makura", Mdy 27.
DIx, sailed from Honolulu for Seattle,
. May 3.
Logan' sailed "front Honolulu for San
Francisco May 4.
Sherman arrived at Manila May 3, '
RhfaMan sailed 'from Honolulu for
Manila May 14.
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