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EYBtfWO BtjLtftTTN, HONOUTUJ, T. H., YON'DAY, MAT 1C, 191,0.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 ReQ
Hawaiian 'Third Degree,
Oceanic Flrit Degree,
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially Invited to
ittnil meeting of loeni lodges
Meet on tne
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS 0 nT Ao
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in I. O. O. T. Hall, Fort Street.
R. n. HENDKY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble (Irnnd.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first' and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 lu K. of I. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanlo. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C. --
o. v. heine, k. n.Ta L
I HONOLULU LODGE G16, B. Prtt Ej
tfnnAiiii.. r njf kt r 1 imrrTtmri
en . . . r.w i r-Sm5
Elks, meets in their hall . W3SH
llWfc, MVUI rUH OVCIJ KIIU1 3i-
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
, Invited to attend,
JAS. D, DOUGHERTY, E. It.
QEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
-HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghtsr.6I
Pythias Hall. Visiting brotUers-xor
dlally invited to attend.
P. HIGOINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODU, C. of It; : .:
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. .0,- &.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretnnla and Fort streets. . . .
Visiting Eagles are invited 'to at
W. It. IHLEY, W. P.
WM. O. McCOY, Sep.- .
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO.
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Doretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. It. S.
"Will find all they need at our store.
We have the famous
Transparent Water Colors
In Bcoks of Fitteen Colors 75c.
The ONLY water colors on FILM
.: The ONLY water colors that are
We alio have WATER COLORS in
Honolulu Photo Supply
, FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
May's Old Kona
HENRY MAY & CO.
riot yolir halt r" and cheese nt tho
iJf'Uonti'Atr'ii cmnito. nl tho M-Mrd"
polltan Mnrkct anil you will linvo the
beat there Is In tlm city.
Hip "Scotch Last" rli(xl, tnnle by
Ilnnnn nnd sold nl llio Mclu my Slum
Kioto, In one nf lli( most .comfortable,
shoes sold In Honolulu.
The Union Electric Company will
sell you Tungsten lamps mid iln wir
ing of every description In your Htoro
or resilience. Harrison building, Her
The meals nl the- Palm Cafn nro Fi
licclally prepared for Mho Indlen who
come down town shopping nnd (liul
themselves loo busy to go homo for n
i")f- ' 1
Frederick Weed, the accommodating
court (ilTlclnl in Judgo AndradcTft court
has developed startling llnqutstlc abil
ities of lata nnd In addition to his
fluent familiarity with Japanese, Chi
nese. Korean. Spanish. Portuguese. It.
linn, French, (lre-ck, Hawaiian anil
other languages which assist In malt
lug Honolulu police stntlon at times
put to 'shame Ihp nncient lower of
Hnbcl, Weed hns necpilred Iho Bus
One l.akludnff, dichired n recently
arrived Russian, who bus been "work
ing" appeared before Iho muglstrato
this morning upon a charge of exec
slvn Indulgence In iKiwcrful Btlmu
lants. No Russian Interpreter bring
nt hand, the genial Weed wns called
upon and his work with the Russian
wns pronounced Iho finished product.
When tho Russian shook tho hand
of the Interpreter tho court appear
ed satisfied that tho translation had
been trim to the line.
- OUTi-TWO LIVES
- -(Continued from Pace 1.)
ithlcincxlst. tu tho lower floor nf thoj
niiiXjjuvin5ioo iiiock on noioi iinn
lt-43-.b?lioved that whllq holding this
Mltttn; that Ooo Yuen, a yonn
SaSathcr iiortlvq procllvltii
tho' Woman. Although Yap Hen, tho
former lover had ceased- to ngnro con
splctiously In tho affections nt tho
woman, word camo to his car that
Ooo Yuen had frequently been seen
around tho apartments of his former
These stories arc said to have
caused an uprising of Ihu "green-eyed-
nionster," Jealousy, and lie Is declared
Hi Ifavo made the stnt-nient only a
fuw "days before the conimltmi'iit of
tho crlmo that some ono was gslng to
suffer for tho attentions alleged ns
bring, -paid to'tho young Hawaiian
glfl.: "" !i. :
; .-Kni. iifuvreacntti
the Fort street
tenement about half past two this
morning, according to all accounts.
He. mtfdo Httle-'fidlsa In gaining admis
sion Jtn tho rooms. Oaco thcro he
f foMqdJ Goo Yuen nnd tho woman vin a
compromising position. Somo word
followed, though tho preliminaries
i.wcro not overheard by other residents
.ci tne House.
Tho first Intimation that a crime
had been committee was tho succes
sive shots fired from Iho lovolvor.
which never left the hand of Yap Hen
until It dropped from his lUTveless
fingers 'after he fired the shot that
entered his left breast cloeo to the
heart, Ho dropped to the Hoor nlmoj',
Immediately afterward, n dead man.
In gaining the apartment, tho Infur
iated Yap Heu awakened tho sleeping
girl. Sho rushed to Iho lanal of tho
house nnd It was while standing horo
that the former Chinese lover fired
the one shot which onded her exis
tence. Tho shot look effect over tho
right breast. Sho dropped In her
tracks and death followed almost Im
mediately tho firing of tho shot.
Goo Yuen who" next drew attention
from tho Chlneso behind tho gun, re
ceived two wounds. They wero to
all appearances scratches' or slight
cuts. One followed a courso along
tho right breast nnd while bleeding
to some extent did not alarm him
for ho walked down town and enter
ed tho police station about hulf past
thrco o'clock this morning nnd told
the story of the crime nnd asked to
ba taken to tho hospital for treat
ment. At a late hour this afternoon, tho
man was pronounced as out of dan
ger. Ooo Yuen has not been engaged
nt steady employment for somo time1
nccordlng to tne pouco, no lias fre
quented tho down town billiard nnd
pool rooms and has been looked upon
ns n young sport In Hawaiian-Chinese
When tho rovolvor was Vecovered,
nil chambers were emptied. Ono shot
llred by tho Chinese entered tho nfl-
Joining room, piercing a vcrty thin
wooden partition, Hud tho ball fol
lowed a course but a foot lower, it
would hnvn rcsultad In tho Injury or
nwhnp death of two persons who
wero asleep In" tho "room,
Tho gill Is said to havo visited a
sister on Sunday afternoon nnd thcro
: told of some of her troubles. Sho
V"tt VI fIVIItV u I1VI UUIIUIWi MMU ... Ill j 1 1 1
."JT!!: ii' 8-..rC"!r,t ".r lt
her father being n Chinese while, tho
mother was a' Iluwallun.
Tho wound In tho abdomen of thn
victim who was taken .to tho hospital
Is nf a moro serious nature than was
at first thought. Nine stitches were
rtcotsory to close tho deop cut mado
by tlio Imllct from tho pistol of tho
' Infuriated lover. i
Trent Trust Company this morning
qaallfied as administrator of the oh-
Tw."" KUk'ha mnS a
LOCAL AND GENERAL
-J '2 i l L:
Haas chocolateu bo-ji-nifrfe, frtftt
at Benson, Snlllh & Co., I.nl. '.
' 7-8oatit Auto for hire. Phono 199
Jntnos IJaker. Young Hotel Stand.
Call on Mike Palnn at the Encora
Saloon for a draft nf Fresh butler
Up til) hlfl morning C39 automobiles
had been registered nt the police
Embroidered tiousseatts and iitncy
nee'dlewofk. Mrs. II, Hell, 162 Hotol
Mtss Woodnrd lias somo very fine
novelties on display nt her Fort
If you iwunt n good Job done on an
auto or carriage takn It to Hawaiian
Carriago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
J. . uyrno was today -nppolnted
administrator of the cstato of F. M.
I.yon nfter filing n bond or J32G.
Taxcs-property, income and con
servation. First half is due on Mon
day. Pay up and avoid penalty.
Tho Kentucky saloon Is ns lamed
for good lJquoiH ns tho Slnto of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts Is tho propri
etor. Entries for tho nnnual tennis ehnin
plonshlp close on Tuesday nflerno'on
nt five o'clock; the entry hook Is now
cpen nt E. O. Hull & Son.
Halclwa Is tho society center for
twclvo months In tho year. You will
enjoy everything tho management hns
to offer for It Is tho lost obtnlnahlo
In tho islands.
New Athletic uuderwear, B. V, D
goods, now shirts and pajamas, in
light wolght and pretty colors. A
flno lot of new suitings bt Yee Chan
& Co.'s. King and Bethel street.
Ladles' should not miss tho' onior-
tunlty of tho sncrlflco said of Irish. ero-
ftltAt liVdnnli ,. ..iiaIa! ml.nl.l.t..
novelties, etc.. nt Mrs. J. liosenlisrir-s
rooms a nnd 10, Alexander Young
The famous Peerless Japanese
Transparent Water-Colors, tho only
water colors on film lcnflcis ami llm.whllnnt nmiiinvin. wnr.u .,,..-,.
only water colors that nre self-blend'
Ing, are for sale at the Honolulu Pho
to Supply Co. You will be delighted
with tlieso colors.
Attorney Oenernl Lindsay this morn
ing petitioned for the appointment'!)!
appraiser for the estato of Thomas it.
Lucas, stating that certain uronertv
hhd, been transferred to Mrs. Lucas
upon which tho transfer tax had not
It Is stated that loscph F. Uantist
will ructm to Honolulu on tho next
Lurllno nnd tnkc up the prnctlco of
dentisty. Mr. Baptist Is a Honolulu,
Iioy nnd has been ustdying tho Pro
fcsslon of dentisty 'on tho mainland
for somo time.
Tho Hnwall supervisors arc making
n request on Oovcrnor Frear for n
cam; Of orison laborera to ho nlnccd
on the road leading from tho volcano
lutvuiu ivuii niiicii tut' uiuiiu in in'!'
tho' worst kind of shape. Tho board1
has passed resolutions to that effect,
nnd a copy of the sntue, uccompnnlcd
with a request for prlMin labor will
bo sent to tho Governor and High
Sheriff. , .
Tho Oovcrnor cullod on tho pap
tain of the Porttigucso warship this
morning at 10;30'and was'salutcd with
nineteen guns nccoi'dlng to tho regit -
latlon of Portugal: Ho was followed
by the Consular representatives of
a rent Britain, Japan. China, nil of
wnuiu were givi-n tno ifgiuatiou sni
utcs, Tho Bishop of Zeugma alsii
mado a formal call nnd was given tin
'official salute. German Consul Pro
'tcuhaitcr called on Saturday)
IH. KAUftl REPORT
William Mossmati, ono of the paid
ngents of tho Prohibition league, re
turned yesterday mornjpg rom Ka
uul and report's that the Knualuns.
'or, nt least, two-thirds of the voters.
are for prohibition. Te contradict-,
od the statements o 'Senator. Fnlr
chlld, who- Whtlo In Honolulu said
that Kauai would vote against pro
hibition. "I have Just arrived finin Kauai
this morning." said Mossnian yester
day. "I have' lieen on the Island j chief of staff, went down to the cruls-j
for nbout three weeks, and knriwlcr San Gabriel and rolurno.l Dm c.ill'
that tho whole Island, or.- lit least.l of Captain nnto Bastos at tho Capt-I
tWd-thirds of the voters, will vote'01, last, w.(!ok- , '
Tor nrolillitttnn " addition to tho commander of
ror proiuuition. Kh nk.,ioi .i- , .iia. i.. i
"T-Ai.ft n Wa i1.n..t CAA ,nlnvo . I
a.iwe ma uuuiii. owu luivia ui ,
Knuni; and the 'majority of them, urro was present to, receive thoNvlid
will vote for prohibition. All the. tors from shore.
Jiawauans aro iirncucauy tor prom-
bitlon. The Ocrmans. as 1 sized up.
the situation, nre ngnlnst the prohl
ni. . I
"Senator Falrchllil was wrong
when ho 'made 'the statements, which
Were publlshe'd in the Bulletin
rthat tho "Kanaians wb'uld vote ngalnftt
prohibition. He was In' Honolulu nt
tho time, while I was on the Island.
I was fully nwaro of tho position Of
me iinwn mas tnen: and i Know tnni.uun won tno unxing coniesi wit n tuo
they, were nnd nre still for prohlbi-
i.R...,. rni.i,ii.i .-' .inii.
benator Faircnllu wns simply'
tnlklng about tho thing which he dl.1
not. Know ni an.' - ' -
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u is reported uiai Mossman wtii;spons irancted tno cliauces of tnelr
ho sent to Maiil and Molokal to helu
his fellow worker, J, If. 8. Kaleo.i
who Is already on the Istund. Moss.
the prohibition league, of which lib
Is n mombo'r, x
LOUI8 PLEADS FOR MORE TIME.
N, J. Loulifwlto Is charged With
resisting as well as assaulting an offl
cer of tho-law whllei In tho nerfornf-
anco of his duty nnnoarod beforo Judco
Andradol'flt (lollco court this morning
and tbroiiEh his nttomevs asked for.
moro time lu which to prepare- his' covering a period of hlrteen months
defense. Ijouis Is nlleged to havo would do. Kalanl therefore went hta
.'"to U W -
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
PROOF THERE BUT
Sheriff Jnrrclt, Chlof McDufflenn.l
other membem of the city polh-c nnd
detective department thought that
they" had Iho convincing evidence lit
hand "in llielr'rnld of eleven Japan
eso gamesters nnd sports who wore
found holding n quiet little seance,
tl:kllngitho festive tiger, down Wnl
tnnhillo wny Inst evening.
The ollln-n deelnie that they un
expectedly dmpped In on the Orien
tals while theyweio tint exnetly par
ticipating In ii Christian mission
The, 'appearance of tlio officer was
the signal for those of Iho Japntfese
to hurriedly roll up (ho little Bllp'1
of pnper lint they held In their
liniids nnd crn"m tho same Into lliel'
months, lleforo the police could In
tervene, It Is claimed that tho mem
bers otithe party had swallowed and
masticated 'what is asserted wag a
small fortune in chc-fii lottery
Tho Japanese appeared before
Jtiiigo Aiidntde this morning and,
looked none- tho worse for their
n"led feast of contraband paper,
Ab ,hy 'nt '' rmv along 'tho
("mourners' bench" titul faced tho
dlstrlct"-nini:lstr.it'H limine HinV
seemed not the least disturbed, nnd
cd to greet' the prosecution
"llrlrtc forth your evidence if vouimlnd tho loss much. He met with i
Sheriff Jnrrett f.irentened to en!t4Lnk!k' ''!f lV"'!ln,l.mL" V .f,1'1:
i ,. . . ,.iA . . .
In thn tervlces nf City nnd County
Physician Marl.-nll, but this plan was
Ilnajly nhiindoiifd n, iiufenslble.
Attorney Lortln Andrews has been
chosen to look nfter tho Interests of
the Japanese. Tho rnso will be
threshed out In court on next Mon
1 day1 morning.
The yeok-nd .balloting of
the Yoseniito-Callfornlol con
testants resulted In' a gen
eral shifting of tho chapc
rono coiitostants. Two big
blocks of votes came In Sat
urday ulid entirety changed
the scores bf the thrco lead
ers. There are only two weeks
left of tho contest, and every
candidate is'allve to tho fact
that tho time is short In
w'hlch to securo votes from
their friend 'The number of
voluntary subscriptions Hint
came In today shows, nlso,
that many of the candidates'
friends rcallzo that If they
nro to help their fnvorltcs to
win, they must net beforo
Saturday, May 28,
The score,' and tho stand
ing of the contestants up to
Saturday evening, and addi
tional nows, nro given on
u it tt a tut n n u it :t :: si
I i i ..'
At ten-thirty (his morning Governor
Frear -nccomiianlcd hi- Colonel Innm
.. lllillICU III
hO Hhill H f-Kliln . fnnuiil. nitArl.flfliin.
. u.aur rrear siaiou mis morning
hat thq reason ho had not returned '
flu. ntnnioi .iin r -... .! nii- t.. t
iio.uuii-.ui visit, oi uapiain rinio uasof .lno Ulllt,,d stutes Annv. stationed
i?i "lr- " IT, r Ul lu at I'ort S"""icr. Admiral Ilees, com
clal mourning on Ujo ship over tho,nIIindnl 0, ,llu -.., utt..,n.. w, , ,,,
death of King Edward.
Aeenriiini. t -n ,Iu'Ia.. n.i.,i
rrom IIIlo this looming. Jnck McFad-
Mollo In tho secoud round, on a foul,
No further particulars wero sent, hut
,l '" uioiisni mai tno 'neavier man
,.. i, h,i ,ir-j.i- .,., .u-.
contest wns .to hava. been ?a 'fifteen
round ono nud a lari:e number of Hlt
COUNTRY pOY AND CITY LIFE.
. Kalhn., a Hawaiian yop.l, who has
dallied but little with thn gladsoma
nnd giddy llfo of largo' metropolitan
centers, of activity, such as Honolulu'
was gathorcd In by tho pollco Inst
evening suffering from suspended anl
i-rusuciiune Attorney urown onereu
tho' suczestlnh nt district mori this
morning that Inasmuch ns Kalanl was
n-enuntrv vnnti. . u.,ur.en.ie,t nin.,n
BLOWS FOOT OFF
Thts morning nt about hntf-past nine
o'clock a Porto Hlrun prisoner, n.imb.i
Francisco Castro, who was preparing
fuses nnd charges -fdr bl.istlii' pur
poses, hud his left loot blown ml
through tho premature explosion of
somo sticks of giant powder.
It nppears that the il.ifortiinntc man
wns seattil near soma rhnrges which
liu wns nrrnnglng to Ik taken to n
place when) lihiSIIng wus helqg done.
He snys thnt bo had fixed u couple
of sticks nnd had laid them down
along sldo of his lea. Ilo then look
out another Btlek of giant1 powder nnd
wns working iln it, when Hid charges
that wero already for blasting ,pur
Isiscs wont o!f wlili n roar.
Castro's left foot was blown sky
high and whs afterwards recovered
sonic- distance nway. Tho Injured
man never lost consciousness nnd, as
the Wclli Fargo express camo along
he wns sent nit It to Pawaa Junction,
whore the pollco patrol wagon picked
htm up and took hint to tho Queen's
The unfortiinnto man hnd lost a lot
of blood hut still remained cheerful;
as ho was being put In tho patrol
wncon some one snld to keen bis log
elevated. "Oh, I'll do thnt" ho remark
ed and therewith grabbed tho man
gled limb and lifted it up himself.
The accident occurred on Third
Avenue Knlmiikl, and It was some
time till the man was admitted to tho
hospllnl, Tho foot was picked up nnd
put In the wagon; Castro examined It
with Interest, nnd did not seem to
' serious accident somo months ngo nt
uau iiu nils u.iiiih niiiM'v.i iiiiii m kiiii
j,., datlKeroll, lllM At two o'clock
tllU n,.rnnn It was reported from
tlio hospital that CnMro's leg hai(l
been amputated li'Jow the knee, mil
(hat ho wns ilqlnp, ns wJI as could
IS THE CHARGE
V The nrrest on Saturday of Kdwln
' uenei cai.'s in muni ngaiu me tu
s moiis Tweed Hlng In New York of
hnlg u cci.tury rngo, nnd "llnndsome
: Harry" (,cnet of thnt organization,
? of whom the man arrested hero on
$ Saturday Is a nephew.
vl The fnmoua Hurry rnn nwny to
! Paris nnd died In cxllo after the In
S fanilea of hlnitolf nnd his associates
,wore found out nnd made public,
sinnd the father of the man undot
S nrrest hero now Is n brother, Peter
Ocnet, who lived In Hawall'for many
!! Kdwln Ocnet Is n l.nlf-whlte, hav
'"Ing been -born on Knual, and ho and
jhls accomplices were taken Into cus-
tody Saturday, charged with smug-
gllng opium Into Honolulu.
? . (tenet unit his two pareners, P. K,
Knne innd David Liiwcllllll, are all
t etovedores working- on trans Pnclllc
vessels ccmlng Into this port. The
warrant of helr nrrest charges them
i'.wlth having smuggled opium nshnro
from the Asia and the China while
working ns stevedores on those ca
The men will he up for hearing In
tho Federal Court tomorrow.
GMERi.R FREAR TO
Next Thursday nfternoon nt A
o'clock Governor Walter F, Frear will
review tno Haincimmelin School en
,etH nt Anln lnrk. II,. win t.. nnm.
imnlcd by his Btaff nnd tho mneei-,
- . - . --- - - -.. ,.. ,..,
Tho Hawaiian band will bo present
nnd participate In tho parade'. They
will appear "In khaki uniforms.
The parade will undoubtedly draw
n largo crowd of Interested sncctntnrs
'" Aala ' aTK "cshio tno government
" """ """ " ' rr'
view tho school cadets, tho gotient!
public has been Invited to ho present.
TIIHITY-THREB days Is cliaikcd up
agalnkt tho American 'schooner' II, U.
IJenillxon. wh ch sa cd from tlnnolnln
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on Ap"t tutu with (lestlnstlon a
Grays Harbor. , Tho schooner reach,
od tho Washington lumber, diort o;i
Frldlay, The Bcndlxon brought lum
ber to' this port.'"
THE ASIA, of IhB Pacific Mall luo
will go .to tho Ahikca street what!
upon nrrlval nt Honolulu 'early toirtor'
row mornlnc Tho vessel wm reimrt.'
ed us '335 miles off tho port nt Jen '
'o'clock last evening.' Everything re
ported as well on lionrd,
nS. ,..- a- '
nn rnm, .7, .. V.; . " " ' "V" . :?.
po t v t he AtncHcn"sl.lD Marloa
CUUcotf. Tho vessel I. .ported o
tafcUjy the port o?Gav.o,a
1 ARRIVED t 1 DEPARTED '
. Sunday, May IS.
8., a. tn.
-Novndan, M. N. S.
Monday, May H5.
-Nllhait, stmr., n. tn.
VE8BEL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vnr Ilokeby, Br. stmr.
Norfolk, Va. Vancouver, Br, stmr,
Tuesday, May 17.
San Francisco Wllhelmlnn, M. N.1
San Francisco Asln, P. M. 8. S,
KANIHO AND POEPOE
TALKED AT AALA
Politics and prohibition Interest-'
ed n crowd at Aaln Park on 8nttr-
tiny night. Mr. Poepoo, ono nt the
speakers, nnnoituced that the Pro
hlbltlousts nre trying to mislead tho
Hnwnllnns by representing to them
In the documents passed nround for
signature, thnt the coming election
Is to ho' for tho prohibition nf the
Importation of liquor as well ns tho
sale and manufacture.
. - dccii iccifurrv,;:
tMnAnH n,.r.l 1 !... I f !. Iln.
wnllitn Planters labor bureau enniple't V,lrVfl ".WcIl)- ,,,,rvjB- Mr- J'(,!""
cd the work of assigning the hist of ''a". A. Wnterhouse, F. 1. P, Water
tho recently urrlved Itiuslan linnil- house, Mr. Sohlmann, Mrs. J. II. nano
grams this morning. Ike, Miss Emma Ilanalko, Wm. T.
The crowd that arrived by tho Jap-1 Mossman, Jr., II. Kellner, Mrs. II.
Uneso liner Tenyo Maru to the mini-1 'Kellner, Mr. Werner, K. C. Ahann,
her of one hundred m- moro ltavi all MrH CnPsar ,.- ,, c,,d MlM
te"iil VoBnnni Wn.allon nd- jBmMOn nnil 47 ,,,.,.,
They will le'avo for tho Big Islnnd' ,1'rJ, M,mr- Mlkahnln. from Molokal
tomorrow, somo seiln.t 1y Iho sleniii- n'"l Mal11 mrt- Mn' 15- Mr. Penhnl
c,r Mnunn Kc.i and others may hu low, Mr. Hoogs, Mrs. K.JPohhkn, Mra.
trnnsiortcd by ono of tho other Inter i Acheong.
Island steamers calling nt 1 lava 1 1-1-
1(orts. j PA88ENQER8 BOOKED I
Tho omclnls who hnvc had to do,n
with tho Russians report no trouble
whatsoever with the icw arrivals.
(Continued from Page 1.)
cd. "It ,mny mean great deal," ho
said, "even having twenty-five por
sons who nro not enrolled In this
census. Thnt number Will mako nil
the difference, perhaps, lit tho
standing of n city, and ns Federal
nnd other appropriations nro based
upon populntlon, it Is most Import
ant for Honolulu that all her resi
dents should he on tho rolls of the
The work hns been prnotlcnlly
completed, but there Is a little more
to do In certain localities. As this
Is the flrst'consu8 for ten years, somo
of tho districts hud Increased In
population greatly, and the enu
merators In those districts had their
hands more than full. Within n
few days, however,' It Is expected
that tho whole of the names will be
Dr. Clnrk roturned from Hawaii
on Saturday) where ho has been for
more than' n week looking Into the
work of tho enumerators thet-c! nn
he reports the work being closed up
in good shnpe.
The boundaries of tho city, of Ilo
no'.uln for census purposes will ox'
tend from Walalao to the Ewa boun
daty, but no figures for the count
will ho given out hero by Dr. Clark
without special authorization from'
tho dlroctor of the census at Wash
Governor Frear has aaked Wash
ington for authority to give nut tho
figures of tho 'preliminary, count ns
scon ns It Is finished, nnd should he
receive this authority from tho di
rector of the census,' tho population
of Honolulu nnd of the .Territory
will 'probably be made public within
tne next two weeks.
PAI0L0 MEN GET
' - h; THEIR DAMAGE
(Continued from Page i.)
EXCEPTIONS FnOM CIRCUIT
COiniT, FIRST CIRCUIT.
Argued May 11,.1910.
Decided May 10, 1910.
HAIITVELL, O. J PERIIY AND
T)E BOLT, JJ.
Waters and water courses dams.
duty of owner.
The owner of a dam must use rea
Bonnblb care "h.id skill In so
constructing' nud maintaining. Cisco at ten o'clock on Vednesday
It thnt It1 will bo cnpable otlniornlng. This Sierra rtl eirry n
resisting tne water of n stream ! B00"Jf number bf pas'cnge'rs but sho
In times of ordinary, usual,1?"1! not bo boo!l0J1 ' ncr capacity
and icxnected freshets nn if' by nny men"e. The Territorial band
VI ,!.. a . ' ?, lwl11 VlW tho steamer off.
he does 'not ,do so he will bo
llnbld'tor nny Injuries result
Kvlllp ",K '," '" , Z1,
', ce ""I'Ports findings,
ing from his neglect
There was ovldonee In this case
to sustain the flndlneB of tho
, -g. ,
J:lfleon..C11.,os " y the po
Lou. "? B"n,,Hra m arrested uponl
maelstr, n a,, i'!- ,i i r0, l0l.lc?
Xn he req est of coid'hiweri
Sunday, May 15.
Port Hartford Lansing, Am. stmr.,
7:2ft a, tu.
Monday, May 1(1.
. Ban Francisco JAnnle Johnson, Am.
VE83EL3 TO DEPART
' Monday, May 16.
San Francisco I.urllne, M. N. S. fl.
0 p. in,
San Francisco Annlo Johnson, Am.
Ocean Island Hosebank, Ilr, stmr.
Kauai ports Noeau, Stmr., ft p. tn.
Kauai ports W.-O, Hall, stmr., fi
P. m, ' '
Tuesday, May 17.
Japan ports ,nud Hongkting Asia,
P. M. 8. S.
i lino via way ports Aiaunn joa,
Knnal ports KInnu, stmr., ft p. nt.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlknhala,
stmr., ft p., m. '
Honokan nnd Kukiilhaclo I.lkcllke,
Per stmr. KJnau, from Kauai ports,
May 15. W. A, Kinney, A. Gartley,
Francis any; Dr. Sexton, T. It. Itoblit
son, Mrs.Mnry Ksawe', Miss Josophlriu
Keawe, O, II. 8tewart, A, Otrcjnbri,
MUs Ktintro Illpn, K. Montgomery,
Mtss Jennie Montgomery, Master Nam
Montgomery, Dan Chang,. 8. 8. Paxsou,
Glttel, Mrs. W. 11. Rico. Mtss Emily
I 'Wl'l ". 1 !". i'lin, IV. If, A
itin. ti . ttr rn t....,l.. ... tt f n
per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllne. for San
Francisco, May 1C Dr.. E. 8 Good
hue. Mrs. 8. E. Woolejr.. Chas. Broad.
Mrs. Broad, Miss It. Coleman,- Miss O.
Coleman, Wm, Rathman, Nelson H.
Lansing, C. Porter, K. B. Hyde. Mrs.
E. B. Hyde, Mrs. M. T. Scott, Miss F.
Lynch. W. L. Jeffries, Ii. Farr. Ncls
Newman,, II. W. Stark, Mrs. Stark.
Mrs. E. II, Waterman, C. Harvey
Brown, Mrs.-J. K; Brown? Jr.,. Mrs. E,
L. Frailer. II. L. Kerr. W. II. Bml'.n,
Mrs. W,,A, Atwater, Ida M. Ponton.
Miss M. M. AVrlght. C. R. Hiini. Mr.
and Mrs. 11. D. Murdock. Mlus A II.
B Holden and Jas. Lindsay.
Per bk. Annie Johnson, for San
Francisco. May 1C R. W. I.flok, C, F
Smith, C. L. Wight.
Per' stmr. Manna Kca, for IIIlo nnd
wny iorts, Mhy 17. -W. Dccota, J, Mc
Cullough, Mrs, M. U Douglass, M. J.
Schocnbergor, James Lynch, "Wm.
Mutch, J, U Cockburn, F. E. Hudson.
Mrs. Hudson, C. II. Klucgcl, Mra.
Klucgol, Miss Welters, C. Wolters,' .1.
l'VKock, I Andrews, H. R. Bryant. D.
II, Mnconnchle, II, T. Hayscldcn, Mrs.
J. Mnnsarrat, Miss Hcnjes, Mrs. II,
Renjes, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Austin,
Mr, nnd Mrs. B. F. Dilllnghnm, Dr, 'X
L. Strttvo, John Lane, Miss Lucy Lr.ne,
Miss K. Haupp.
Per stmr. Kliian, for Kaunl "ports,
May 17, E. Langer, Miss I.' need,
Mrs. B. D. Baldwin,- Miss IWdwIn.
Monday. May 16.
GAVIOTA Sailed May 15: Ship. M.
Chllcdtt. for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Soiled May 13: S. 8.
.Henley; for Honolulu.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived May H: B.
S. Columbian, from Hllo April 3D.
KAHULUI Arrivod May 14: Sell.
Borcalls, from Grays Harbor.
: , 1 i. .J
WATERFRONT NOTE8 J
WITH THE passing of tho Amcri
canIIawnllau steamer Ncvndan to tho
Matsoti Navigation Company under a
time charter, there has" been a change-,
of mrstcrs. Captain J. D. Greer, hav
loft the vessel an din nccordanco' wltli
tho' usual 'custom on all Mutton ves
sels ono of the older officers tonneot
ed with tho company litis been pru
niotcd to tho higher" post of duty.. Er
nest Anderson has hceh given tho
command of tho Nevadan nnd bo
brought the vessel down from Bin
Francisco rin tho' last 'trip. Tho Ne
vudan arrived at Honolulu vesterdnw
with about 3500 tons frolght including
mncninery and explosives. A portlom
of th3' cargo will be discharged 'at
SUKJAIt, pineapples, bananas ond a
quantity of other .island nrodvicts l-i
going Into the Oceanic steamship 81
crra scheduled to sail for r.n'n sv,,!
THE ITALIAN -SHIP Nlnfa wr)cli
nrrlvnl hero iwltli it shipment of nit
rates on April Jlst was lowed Wi .m
u' tha '"B Intropld Satttrdoyi Tho
N,nfa ,s destined for Portland,-Oregon,
i11 vessel lsexpectol will take on
a shipment of lumber at t'.io Oregon
THE MATSON -Navlmlfon w.
I'urll,, wl" Bal1 fo- the coast a-.'slx
'f Jlio Lurllne Is leaving Jlono.
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