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EVP?f!tf(? sVRTTTf, ffOJfOLTjL?, T. H.. TPfSPAT, yf 17, 1?10.
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reg
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Oceanic Flrtt Degree.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially invited to
itend moetlngs nf local lodges
Meet on me
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 7he A -BENEFICIAL
AVIATION, ciationi cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets oery Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. T. Hall, Fort Street,
n. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. i:. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Drst and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P..Hnll,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited taJEFtend.
WM. JONES, C. C."
O. P. HEINE, Kv R. a '
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B.-fKOrE7Tt4'mrwant ,1,c ,1Mt nvo co"t elgnr
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, B. P. t)
Elks, meets In their hall, on KUKj
Street, near Fort, every Prlday eyen
Jng. Visiting Drotbera are cordially
"invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T KLUEGEL, Sec
HAWAIIAN TltlBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
' P HiaaiNS, Sachem, ,
E. V. TODU, C. of Jt.:j.Ji
.HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th .VED-
NESDAY evenings of each monti:it
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.. -- t. .J
visiting t.agies are inviicu 10 at'
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, seo.
WM. McKINLEY L0DGE.N0.-.'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. H. A. TAYLOR. & C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R, S.
Will find all they' need at our store.
We have the famous
Transparent Water Colors
sIn Bcoks of Fitteen Colors 75c.
The ONLY water colors on FILM
The ONLY water colors that are
We also have WATER dOLORS in
' Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
HENRY MAY & CO.
WE HAVE WITH US
Tuesday, May. 17.
Mrs A 1 Kn.iclacn. Kauai; Mrs
.Arnold, Mrs, 0 Smith. Mrs. Wllber
Walker W . Van, Wlo and child,
J San IYjnc't,cn, W l'. Oathcart. Hon
flranet:rn, 11 fl f)tnul Indianapolis
i Mr, nnd Mm N. fl Tjler, Jlan j'lit.
iCl'Pii, V tlnlfinv mi I wife, .H.an
lFr.auel"cn; 13. i:. DohwJiIi, Snn Fran
. cluco: A W. Ii. Ihntnpsnti l.m An
gelen, A Stephens, Cornwall, ling ;
iW. J. Cotiwnj, Sari Francisco; Gfo.
u. aiipii, Clinton, rv v ; ii iirnncr,
.Friday, May 13.
II W Tully. Alma, Cal : Mrs. It
Tully, Alma Cal.; MKs Mntoon, Alma,
Cal; Dr A 13. Nlrlwls. I.ns Angejns;
I fir nnd MrR W I' Austin, Salinas,
iCnl. II V I-onl, Columbus, O.; K. P.
Coddlngton, Columbus, ().: It. II, Mc
Grath and wife. Chicago. 111.
1!10 81azeiiRi tenrils-balls-havo'ar'
' t r
rlcil on tho Wllhelmlna for E,
Hall & Son
Fresh l.hnhardt s chocolates Just
nrrled Trj 11 n Henry May i.
Company phnne ...
Tho old Umdou reproductions In
color of famoim painting nro attract
Ing a great deal of intention ut thcl""""?"1 "I nr me pouci court jester
Arts nnd Crafts shop W Fort street I Iay He nt 'h WnUHannlo onea. hur
below King some old ones. The Wnlmanalo bunch
You will And oxerjthlng .win should will be tried some time later In tie
drink at the Crlleilon. Hotel mid Belli- v.pek, and tho evidence s considered
el streets A midday cocktail anil nn
aftcr-hutlncss drink will mako Jim
feci liko 11 rcw man.
If 3011 want jour automobllo rc7trs
mado by skilled artisans and hao the
best material used, besure to send
tho mhchlno to W. WS-Wright Co.
UcL, King and South strwt.i.
r" iijouwaiu rcai nrsi-ciass ruuqer
taiiTX'for 'jour bpfrness go to Ha
waiian News Co., ytning building
Thlscompany makes tho best Btaniiw
nrliaifiUyt ijic l9weatprlccs,
I IIHW&.V.?-ui iui: vftii. dta iitubji LU1D
exeiclsnl In the selecting tho tobac-
-co-nnd In tho making of. tho Owl ns
In the most expensho cigar sold.
- Don't forget that lliu toad to a Sav
ing Dank is the road to success. Oiicn
.an -account today and let your money
earn interest for you. llank of Ha
waii, Ltd, Merchant and Fort streets
Tho Honolulu Construction nnd
Drnylng Co. hao tho best facilities
for light and heavy draylng. For un
usually heavy hauling they have n
traction engine If 3011 hao work 0!
this kind telephone, them,
You will find a pad of wireless
blanks on our desk cry convenient
and the frequent 1130 of them In send-Ink-
wireless messages to your busi
ness associates on the other islands
nnd on:steamers at sea wilt save ou
will cannot l)n Insured nzilnst n
contesf as can a liouso against fire.
J'jjt.tho. best legal talent can be em-
- "rUoyd .lif Its preparation
TCillan Trust Company, Ltd., will ImMi
2our will so drawn. If named as ex
The man.oT wmll means can afford
tn:fiavo niorc beautiful wall paper in
his homo than wa3 formerly to be
seen: only In tho houses of tho rich,
This owing to thn wonderful develop
ment or the art or printing Seo tho
beautiful new stock nt Lowers &
Cooke's.., . .
ALIENED UT OH
Inspector Fcnlnell ngahr anpcnriil
on tho witness stand this morning jn
tho rolo of chief witness for tho pros
ecution against a Portuguese boy who
Is alleged to have assaulted him. Sep-,
ntor C. P. Chllllngworth appeared f0r
tho accused, and ho nsked Feunell
soma searching questions that ncarlr
always resulted In iho witness beginn
ing too volublo. for tho tjcaco of mind
of Prosecutor Brown.
Chllllngworth wanted to know If
Fenfiell was a proiierly appointed ix-
llco ofllcer, nnd demanded that thi
License inspector's pommtssjon bo
produced. As this would take nonio
time It was decided to send the caso
over till tomorrow.
Counsel for tho dotenso examine 1
Fennell as lo why ho Tiad waited for
several days before Issuing a warrant
for tho arrest of tho defendant, who
had been a witness for the, defense In
another case. In which, a man named
Louis was charged with nssaultlnc
'Tho fact lhat Forinolf nad waltpd
till the defendant. In the present caso
had given .s evidence, In the first
case, was commented uion by Chll
llngworth and Tennol could only soy
that ho had rRWP .tor waiting phd
that ho knew ho could get tho defend'
ant, any time ho wanted him. "I think
this Is a case that calls fur a lecture
nnd a small fine " said Judgo Andrado
shortly before the caso was continued,
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Oahu. S'ly
Side Honolulu Harbor Entrance Gas
Buoy, 1, showing a white, acetjlena
light during periods of 4 sec. foH
lowed by ccllpso of 4 sec frills light
ed buoy, reported Mny 14, us very dim
nnd tho flash .Irregular, will bo re
stored to its proper characteristic and
Intensity ns noon as practicable. It
(removed for this purpose It will ii
temporarily replaced by a IMcJass
I tall type can buoy, unllghted, of
I v.hjcb. further notice will be given,
LOCAL AMD GENERAL
.t ' i V I
M'P' ill - . ,., ..
7-Soated. Auto for hire- Pbonn 199
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand.,,"
Call onjttlke Paton at the Encore
Saloon -for a drart of Fresh butter
Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
needtowo'rk, Mrfc. II. Bell. 162 Hotel
If )ou wnnt a Rood Job dono on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian.
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
Tho Kentucky Rnloon Is as famed
for good liquors ns tho Statft of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts In (ho proprl
cjtor. The're wcro twenty-six cases on tho
Police Court calendar ihtt morning
nnd court did not adjourn till nearly
Orunto, Helena; nnd Thnni, three
gamblers, wcro' ordered to pay flnei
of varying nmmiiitH this morning by
Eiiitene Santlnco. wild w.as found
gullly of larceny, win this morning
sentenced lo sixty iIujm Imprisonment
by Judge AiiiIriiIc.
Entries for the slnglo chamntonshln
tennis tournament will cloo this af'
ternoon nt nve oclock; the doubles
nnd mixed, doubles will remain open
till the 'singles nro nil nlayed off.
Fnnn lkinvnn wlirt linu linon ulnrr.
'ing nt the Empire Theater for eight
weeks. Ienc4 on the Sierra Wednes
day for the mainland. She has nothi
ing but praises for Honolulu, and tho
management or the Empire.
1 I-otiln Martin a 1'orlo Klein, had n
charge nf nttalm nnd battery against
mm noiio prosseii mis morning, hut
Rot one ear on Iho ag charge. I-ouls
wl" huVo ,n ,,n n "lllo work for tho
"PXt twelve mnnlhs, and It Is thought
I lhat " will do film n llttlo good.
T'0 gambling cases that were.
' be as clear ps has oer been taken
into the Police Court.
j, 5 4, ,s-
SAN GABRIEL NOTES
4 . : S
I'V 4 S f s 'v S xS1 S v v
Offlcers of the San Gabriel gnvo n
dinner jesterdny for tho children of
the Portuguese school nnd the teach
er, Mrs. Caldelra. The children had
the time of their lhes, seeing the
sights of the ship.
The rallors of the cruiser will send
a magnificent houquet of flower's to
tho funeral of 'tho, Into Mr. do Mello,
whowas killed jesterday by an nu
toraoblle.j On their way around the Island
jesterday tho officers of the Portu-
'guesa cruiser San Gabriel took oc
casion to visit tho quarters or tho
Portuguese people nt Kahuku, Waln
lua and Oahti plautaHons. They
were very much pleated, their atten
tion being especially attracted by tho
neat appearance of the cottages nt
H)'lo Portuguese will be happy
They will have no causo for anger.
Tho Portuguese cruiser will remain
In Hllo harbor four days, Instead of
two. Tils will , give Hllo ample
ymu 10 ccieuruie, jwu carry out tneir
pl en of tiklnc all the ufTlcerg and
crew to tho volcano.
'.,' ' ATNEW FIGURES
Hllo Railway common sold on tho
board this forenoon nt 14 and closed
nt 13 076 bid. rivo shares mado tho
Thls'ts prosumablj'" tho new quota
tlon following the announcement of
tho stock dividend. Tho capital ac
cording to trie announcement on thu
stock list (ij .increased to 13,150,000
by the Isstio qf fifty thousand shares
of common sUick of a par valiio of
twenty dolfars each. Tho 'present
stockholders will get a port of thla
Incroaso as a stock dividend. Pre'
Bumnbly the other portion will bo' do
voted to a Btock bonus for thoso who
take thp bonds for. tho now extension.
Nothing definite on this point. however
has' been glon out.
Rapid Transit common stock sold
again at a high flguro today twenty"
shares going nt 105 with the same fig-,
ure bid for more. Watalua sold at
13S tho ten shares being (ho first
that '))as como out for a long .tune,
Honokaa Is selling at 20 and ILiali
an Commercial n( 41.2.',. '
. If Honolulu passes safely through
tho comet It la predicted that tho prlco
of stocks will ndvancn ns chore I
no other excuse that' can 'bo hatched
TEN ENTRIES FOR
r...v ,-v "?. """' f-i : ".', ii. (iiju pio. , . uif, nanu tons -or Ailstrullfln odal, g re
money market s presumably to re Henry Moad, II. it. Grant, L. M. ported to.havq salted frpm Nowcastle,
sumo Us former easy cbndltlon. arayi Ciar!pUe P, podge, Mrs. P.'jC. N. 8. W on last Friday, with,1 dcJtln-
" .l.lnnPH Mm. II Vfoonnr Mrn I. tf ntlon as HOllOlllIll.
WINK QlHintPU .r" v' r Dlll"le"am' Mn- 8' Cod-
.Itnill) CHilH:Ole. Mrs. M. Mitchell, ,R. J.
1 j zey, enpt, c Averdam, Jti Home, yv. vossel met with east-northeast broezo
Up till half-past1 two. o'clock' tli'l R, Camoroiij 8. Wltto. James M,c- nnd calm seas,
afternoon tho following players hncl cjellan, Mlsa I J, M. ChrUtman, Mrs, ' "a
entered for th,o slnglo championship of 'John K. (landall Mrs. W, L Whit-' A IATI3 wireless report received
the Territory: Noel Dcorr, T. W. W,' Ilcy i... ,, w ' Siitlon Mlss J 13 from "'0 "atson freighter Hyndes
Brewster. H. S. Clark. A. L. Cas lo J "' " o t Wllde mLs b1.vcs lhat vc,,Bel'B l,nsl,ln'' us
Captain Low, Atherton Richards. A.' "Vn'ond, Mm, C. T, glider. Mlss miles off tho port bulling Ihroiifih mod.
M. Nowell, C. O, Bockus, IL A. Cooko1 '-roma C, Wagner, Mrs. C. W. Beebe, crato BCa Wth iRi,t wulg.
and C. H. Olson. Mlss May E. Le Tolar, II, II. Mullor.i ,
Entries will closo at five o'clock for Mlss M. A. Muler, Mlsa I. Held; Mrs. FT IS' EXPECTED that the British
tho singles but the doubles and mixed llrlnckerlioff, Sir James Mlls, Mrs. freighter Rosobank, now dltcliarglug
doubles will not close till tho singles p, q, HUsom T 13 Blbbins, Mrs. 'co;l1 troueht from Nowpqit News will
are played off. Tho drawing for tho jjium,.,, Mrg'p 'iIorlie Mr a "o dispatched for AnstralJan ports thh
singles wlirtako place this nfternqO'i'"'. '3V .',.i' ti' I.. . ,V. . evening. -
nnd play will ba on both the Hero-
tanla nud Pacific courts.
gp-'Tor SalcardB at Bulletin,.,
1 , City Transfer Co!, . M '
JA3. H. LOVE.
IN ASlif STAFF
As tho result of the rerlous Illness
which befell Purser Chnilcs 'Ihorn
of (he genial stuff nr olllcers con
nected will) the Pacific Mall liner
Asia, llimclms been a general slink
Ing-up ofifIlilitlH, with tho result
mat f-.ovcr.il tironiotliins Imin in
Hhortlv nfter le.-ivlnrr Ynkohnnin nn
tho Inst trll, Thoin was obliged to
plaen himself under Ihn rnro of
phjstcla'n. ;fp passed through Ho
nolulu nd nrrivcel nt San Frniu'lhco
very 111 nnd wns ordered nshorc by
M. Thorn l,s now taKIng his sick
leao, but may rejoin the Asia upon
tho, (ooiplctjun 0 lior present trip
10 uio i;.isi. Another topulnr qrn
clal wh'o left' tno essel nt San I'rair
elsco Is Dr. Howard Thnmuiii. thn
Miner' surgeon, who returns to take
up nis practise nshorc. M. II. Hunt,
who. is familiar to Honolulu ship
ping men ns tho Asia's freight clerk,
has been promoted to tho purser's
office. Iltlnt IsrlRhl In his clement
land Is. ;,el), quailled to play IJ10
Karne. , , j
J. II. Alberts, who for J ears has
been looking nfter Iho cargo mani
fests of thn steamer Newport, on tho
Panama run, htiH, been placed In
cnargo of,tlie .Asia freight list. ,Th?
new surgeon Is Dr. K. Oslerhaus.
who Is n eon pf Ilea r-A dm Ira I Oh
tcrhaus, tho present commandant of
Maro Island nay jard.
The Asln appeared off Iho port at
nn early hour this morning. Owing
to tho fact that tho Wllhelmlna car
ried Honolulu p.isseugerh, she wan
first granted pratique. The quaran
tine Inspection of the Asln followed,
ind the trim and natty Pacific Mall
liner nas at .the Alakca wharf by K
Hut one laj'-over passenger leases
the Asia nt this port. The steamer
Is proceeding to Japan ports and
Hongkong with less than fifty cabin
passengers. 'Her through freight
will aggregate three thousand tons,
the greater part of thU'belng cotton
for tho Japanese, spinning mills.
Tho Asia now has wireless tele
graph. Tho ptant Is one of the ftc.
kllownt variety, and in every way
on a par with the Ir.stnllations on
board the other l'ndf.c Mall steam
ers. Tho wireless key and receiver
on the Asia nro nbly handled by
(fliarlcs Francis. '
There are. no notnbles on, board
tho liner. A few missionaries are
Journeying to the Far East.
Tho vessol will bo dispatched for
Japan and China ports at S o'clock
this ee(ilng, taking lay-over passen
gers, and n number pf Japanese, an .
Chinese In the steerage
Two hundred nnd clchty-slx sacl.s
of malnln'nd malt arrived by the
VWT OF fill
'If i ODTTIBIUB
Not guilty of -assisting In opium
smuggling was tho voidlct brutmht in
for William K. Luther by tho Federal
Jury last night nt C o'clock after being
out ono hour,
Luther's trial has occunled tho nast
two dajs In thb Fedornl C6ur:. 'and
growing out of It mny como nn Invcs -
iiKauoTi 01 rvaiKai, a witness in 1110 ' nliout Jt. . 1
cT'0r VcrJury-1 . , I Hie dlfforcnt t,.lims, by dirtei-
Kalknl J ervljig n scntencn for ; L, . nlrollomcrH lvo tll0 f',tK ..,
opium .smupgllng nnd wns ono or th-M"' Pl,lronomo"'. hivo tno racts that
principal witnesses for the prosccu- w ,maf lf"! 'or ""y'l'lng from a
tlon. Ho wair mado td admit on tho ""K1'1 dlsrolorntlon of tho utmp.
stand yeeterday that' hd had lied lu sphero to the grandest display of
his own' heartng'beforo Commlsslorler falling meteors, but they all agree
Ovldencu nKafnitt. I.llther,
Per M. N. S. 8. Wllhelmlna, for
Ban Francisco, May :Allr. niid
Mrs. L. L. ,Grcenwel, Mrs. Ii 1,
Stjne, Mrs. C. 11. Dicker, Mrs. Swee
ney, O. II. Sweeney,1 Mr. nnd Mrs.
M. S. Slssel, Mlss Wever, Mis. T.
Roves, p. s. Scudder, l IL Hand,
P, Gorman, Mrs. McKoagne, Sam,
McKe.ague, K. D. Randall, J. ,11.
"""" ' , " "' f ,
Au,st,ln, q4 a. Bpckus, Qen. J. McClel-
'an. Mrs. Mccielian, Misses McClel-
Ian (2), Lquls Angus, Mrs. Sblpman.
IJKVI3, uiiu uiiii ituiiiiBHinn iiineii nuiinat there wll tin nn ilsnser In nnv
I Simpson, Mrs, M. li Ilobhcr, Mrs. U.
Piaces Person On Record
Against Alcoholic ? .
Tho prohlhllgnlsti lime drawn rip n
form of oath, which binds tho person
placing Ihelr name tlicienu lo work
against thn sale, manufat luring or Im
putation of alcoholic drinks In tho
Territory, of Hawaii.
Tho form Is ns follows:
These pledges nro to bo returned
after Iho sainn ha been signed, to
the Committee, mi organized, of tho
Territory or Hawaii, by Jf K. Nakoo
Koo, chairman of the committee,
Pi ohlbll loir Club at ,...
Dlstilct , Island nf
.... ......... Territory or Hawaii.
I pledge myself, with the help of
uoit, to entirely extinguish thq lupor
tatlon, tho ninniifacturo nnd tho irnlo
of Intoxicating llqunis In Hawaii ncl.
I District. I Precinct.
Captain Davidson, master of the Bri
tish freighter Str'aihgjn now at thu
Inter-Island coal wharf discharging n
shlpincnl of Australian fuel may sign
on n new crow to Inko thn plaeo of
tho refractory Chneso who Indulged
In a mutiny on Imaiil that essel this
The twenty-three Chinese hno been
pincea under urrest. Tlie nssault thul
thoy made upoir tho Norwegian watch
man In tho emtdov nf Inert flnwrra l.t
bel!ceci siifflcient ground for the skip'
per discharging the entlro lot of Chi
nese and taking on j now crew be
fore sailing oh a return yngo to
Tho solo cause for tho uprising of
the Chinese is attributed to their hat
red of thb watchman who succeeded
In preventing n Honolulu Chinese
from going nboard tho Btrathgjlo. In,
liruvuiimiK mo mniiiBaiun ui mo iicm.
tlal. the crew made a concerted as.
snult and In tho nolo n second liffleei'
won somewiiai iiruiseu.
FERN JJF RESULTS
"Jt matters not who or how many
candidates' tho Republican 'rlarty may
place In the field for. tho orllco of
major of tho city and county of Hono
lulu at tho election to be hem next
Nocmber, I nm not worrying In, tho
least 'concerning my chances of re
election, declared Major Joseph J,
Pern this morning.
Asked at to tho sizo of his major
ity over other existing candidates to
I"1 entered In tho race, Mujor Peru
said: "I will havo over soypn Jiitn-
dred majority "when Iho1 votes' n:o
Ills Honor, refused to divulga tho
lilenlity of tho pnrtlculnr kahuna who
Is responsible for this new lino of
METEORS SHOWER DES MOINES.
(Continued .from Pa?e li
ino3pheie, and In n few 'places there
were small particles of a meteoric
naturo noticed to tall. That was
about all thero was out of the ordl
.nnrj - , and ery few knew nnythlpg
living thing on tho earth. , -
According to astronomical calcula
tions If Tvlll I, a In ll,A tiltvl. ....n
Lh.n 11,., ,u. ir,,i ,.
perence with the tnll. Whether H9-1
nolulu will hno Us seanco twelve
hours ahend or twolve hourrf behind
fthat tlmo Is not certain.
THE-BRITISH freighter .Henley,
with b hlimjjft oAncar rnfe ttoi:
.niitn In Cnn tV.. ..!.. .!. .
Iqter-Island and O. R, & L shinning.
hooks for sale at the Bulletin
office, C0 each, f
i! ..j i.
J ARRIVED , DEPARTED .
Tnef.lav lnv 17.
8nn rrnnelscn Asln, l. M. H. flj
Han Francisco Wllhelmlna. M. N.
8. ft., 7:30 n. 111.
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk. Vn. hokeby. Br. stmr,
Norfolk. Vn. Vafacoiiver, Br. stmr.
Knual jiorls W, G, Hall, stmr.
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Mnnlln vln nnrts Plnirlnnd If.!
a a ' I
Manila' via ports Chattanooga, U.
g 3 11
Hawaii vln Mnul ports Claudlne,
Per M N, 8. S. Wllheltnlnn fromj
San Francisco, Mny 17. For Hono-
Inllt: J. IL DOllglnS, A. G. SchnnCk.j
Mrs. D. P. McCoy and child. W. T. Car-
den, J. J. Garden, 1 1. II. Williams. Misi1
P. Cassldy, Mr. ond Mrs. N. O. Tjler
nnd two chlldreh, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W.
Godfrey, Mm. (I. II. Robertson, Mlst
1.1111am Itnbcrfson, Mls3 CJrarn ItoV
eimuii, .iiibh sjiiii itiiui-riKon n, .
Ljon nnd son, Mrs. A. J. Lyon. Miss
iMJiu tvtuiuin, ni. miti iuin. 1
Bmiui, Mr. mnui, Air. ami mrn. coyio,
Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. I), Prnlher, Mr. m,l
Mm. nlelinrrla. '
ai en, ii nocr, k. . iiiriico Aiireu 11
1. 1,.. n t t. ,, ti..
r . -. i . r
n J rn 1 ' i'i. 1lt At0"f'- Ma"" Af"K- 0,,0 Cattotf.
Hicks Miss 1 . Berlin. Oeo. C. Ross )nni, A , M ,,n , w A
MiJXverK"'WMpV,i,!3n? nickf0' "n--A- N- IjOC w. M.
Jv.rS.7 pU5n'.uft. .' M a ?'p 8Wr. E. A. Bunker. A H. Scott nnd
m. j Mr ll "i Mr,AwrA LZ'J.i on. vlfo ni.,1 child, Mrs. J. R. Meyers,
away. Mlss Garrle,-Jacobs Bond. Mr.. ZAl't'i 3fo $!&&&
Mcpdwoli nnd' U. Id Miss m,. Mlis " XT-.?1 ?,-Jlr'
SicfcZn1' Ml,7,' f Wnllamso'n'"!-."" C -S ft.
Richardson, Mlsa A. Williamson, Dr.Ih. n Anii.i, i- t i 1
and Mrs. A E. Hnckett. Miss A. Btcph- Tp-nno l"b mV rri vll r
ens. n. It. MoEldowney. J. Hnrnns. JJnn'r Peck , Miss Uirle. Janfty Don-
Mis. nl.d Mlss Walker. Mrs. M. C.,i?nUM.-f;,".in,,., niI,,.n,, M":
Per P. M. 8. 8. Asln, from Ban c" " V .V " ."' J M "n . m Tokioli. p
Francisco. May 17.-Por llonotnlu: 1 wm1,tJ; " ?", A Vi V. 1. ' '
W I Ponrov For Yoknhnma O II W' Lverton. M. G.. Jolmslon, Henry
:.i, Lonroj. lor 1 okoiinma. 11. ,11. ., . ,, SclllIll, Mra w ir.
.IJUK. ill. Vrf, J. ru lull. il. v.. liuv.m tj....- ta ti ,
gins, C. Matsuura. N. Sondhelmcr. Oim rT w quISwI i P"r.Vl? "I'1
Rnitinr t prIIo Swell Pnrltnn Welln . cnlI1 " W. Shanks, wlfo and dough
pitzer, i-esiio Hwctt. i.arton weiin.. , p w rnmnnp Mr. Bn ....
ppitzer, i.esno wwcti, uariton weiin.-,,f,-i-;:. ,v :--"
For Kobe: W. S. Atkinson. Mrs? A.'"' Cna5,1p"' K "n "rs; '
Billings. A. T. C9oper. C. Gorneman. V vitn Y' 1 "'m v!?" lb ??',
H'F Palmer For Shanchal- a M J' Yflwl' A- ' Howo, V. R. Scol
Ii. 1 . Laimcr. rnr anniigiiai. b. m.im . ,, Tr !,.. ,,
Bishop. J. A. Brltow. P. R. Josseljn.l 2";' u" ,r"'. ," Mvri"a?,r' u" u- ,c
Mrs'. H. P. Turner nnd Infant, Mlss P. , i,T w d.x ' , Pr"?r' .
A. .Turnq;. Mlss 11. O. TUrner. nr' T.h"tcr' lMr' ""A r- iAtdemajrer.
Hongkong: Mrs. J. U Bulklcy. Oeo. - 5-fCJ. "fi'0'' ?' ,,"non'
P. Chambers. Dear Kin Kal. U O. El- ?, Is" n;,J' Pa,vl;,,""n'Jk,l"8i:- n.av
lis. H. V. Hall! Hong Ylcl:. Mrs. P. E,
Kelly nnd Infant, Mlss A. P. Klein. L.
A. Kelly. R. M. Mealiy. Mlss C. Meal
ly, Mlss EM. Schroedcr Irof. II. I..
Smith. Mrs. A. Strnusz, Mrs. Geo.
Wngner nnd Infant, Jos. II. Wnlker,
Lieut. W. Zollncr, Mrs. W. f.nllner.
EXPECT DIVISION ON
' ' PLANTATION STORE .RATE
(Conjjnued.pn .Paee 2) ,
The lists mid the directions gic:i
f. Cost of Llvlroi' Where planle-
linn aim, nm .imlttnt Ail (l,nv ulll
furnish to plantation laborers for their, ?r0"' Mw. J. K. Drown. Jr.. Mrs. E.
own use, food stuffs and clothing, con-lV I?,I,,er; ": orr. W. II. Smth,
stltullng tho necessaries' of lite. ntl?!f?- ! ' A.twat01'' J(,a " Toston,
cost price to the'tilhntntlons.
it is Intended that neccssnrles of
life should lif furnished the laborer.!
wuiioiii prom 10 1110 plantation, ni'i
co.4t lo the )ilnntntlbn should Include
thq cost of ,tho goods and whaiovei
else goes 'to mako tin cost nrlce. In
cluding storo expenses. In order to
prevent laborers from getting good
nt cost and then retailing them to
others, lhos store-keepers must bo In'
structed that purchasers should bj
carefully watched and any citraonlln
nry quantity of .goods purchased by n
laborer should bo'lnvtatigated. "Food
stuffs and clothing constituting tho
necessaries of life." are construed by
tho Labor Committed to Include, tho
Prints: American nnd Simpson
Cotton: brown, .weight 4 yards tn
pound; 3C Inchon width and
Denim: 9 oz. blue all iriakes. .
Denim overalls and J.uniiers.
Undershirts: 3."0 per dozen 0
less. ' j
Wor,k hata: casting JIO.50 per
doron or loss. '
Worjfc shoe, costing $10.00 po:
dozen! or less'.
Work socks costing $1.00
dozei) or less.
Beans, dried, all kinds.
Codfish and other dried fish,
Corfeo nnd tea, costing not over
,20c per pound.
Condonsed and ovaporatcd milk
FloUr: all grades.
I-nrd compounds and substitutes
Macaroal and Udon.
' Salt beef and salt pork,
Soap, brown. In bars.'
Soyo nnd mlzu.
Other at tides nlay ho sold at cost
In tlit) discretion of Indhldnal plantu
THE SCHOONER S. O. Watson
bound for Mllo with lumber rrom
Gray's Harbor, is making an unusuil.
1 tuns irqi, uui biiuuiu uo nearu fronii '' "" nun oiner imrts.
soon; ' .
J3APTAIN WILLER. master of n1.,ilS?,NE'1 ? T. Alexander
Amcrlcan-WkVc: Ailen,xpects'to lulSm ffPitSW'F ,,y tno'p
be ready for sea by the last of the 0 nSnifln mfa '' """ ohla "fB
week. .- lX3snCUlicalom
1 Monday. Mnr HI.
San FTanclsco Lurllnp, M. N. H. S ,
fi p. in,
Kauai ports Noe.au, stmr., B p. m.
Knnal ports ,W. (1. Hall, stmr., ..
7 P. m,
Tiiesdaj, May 17.
Hllo via way ports Maunu Km,
San Francisco Annlo Johnson, Am.
VE88ELS TO DEPART
- .... .,.. ,-
- J"V"Tr ""?' r
ocean Islnnd Hosebank, Br. stmr,
P- ,m' . ....
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Asia.
1, Ai, . n., 11 p. m.
Kauai ports-"-Klnan, stmr., C p. nt.
tl Mnul and Mokiknl ports Mikahala,
mull. u p. ii,. .
Wednesday, May 18.
s.an Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8., 10
' ' Thur.dav Mai 10
K . Jliv n "all stmr
. Ka"a"K'm w. o. Hall, stmr.
1 PAS8ENQER8 DOOKED I
Per' P. M, SVS. Asia, for Japan
jiorls nnd Honjkohg? iny 17.
.missoi McKey (2), p. w, Eagleston.
,,cr () 8 8 sorrn for Kran.
lf ., ,, M ,"". Vi.
K.iMin m, "n 1 r "T, iiJ' , '
l ,.,,r,',,,'n. .Mr- nn,J Mrs. R, JlneJon-
,'' , - , " ,,.,, i. ...
DImond nnd son. Mrs. Murnhy. R. W,
Idson. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. B. Dcnlson.'
Per stmr Mouna Loa, for Kona and
Kau ports. May 24. W. Pfotenhauer,
I PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED
Pcr M. N. S. S. Lurllne. for San
FrnncWco, May 1C. Dr. E. B. Good
hue, Mrs. 8. E. Wooley Chas.. Broad,
Mrs. Broad. Mlss R. Coleman. Mlss O.'
Colomn, Wm. Rathman, Nelson 11.
Lanslng. C. Porfcr. K. B, Jlydo. Mtb.
E. B. Hyde, Mrs. M. T. Scott. Miss F.
Lynch, W u Jeffries, L. Farr, Nell
Newman, II. W. Stark, Mrs. Stark.
airs. 1.. ji. waterman, u. ijinrvcj-.
Mlss M. M. WrlKht. C. II. Hunt. M-
nnd Mrs. B. D. Murdock. Mlss A H.
S Hoi ten and Jas, Lindsay.
Pr ,lik. Annlo Johnson, for Ban
Francisco, May 10 R, W. Look, C. F.
Smith, C. L. WlBht,
Per' stmr. Mauna Kca, for Hllo and
way ports, May 17. W. Decota. J. Mc
Cullough, Mrs. M. U Douglass, M. J.
Scjioenborger, .James Lynch, iWm.
Mutch, J, L. Cockburn, P. D. Hudson,
Airs. Hudsqn, C. II. Klucgot, Mrs,
KJucgel, Mlss Wolters, C. Wolters, ,t,
F. Rock, U Andrews, H. R. Bryant. D.
B, Maconachlc, H. T. Haysolden, Mis.
J, Monsarrat, Mlss RcnJes, Hrs. H.
Renjea, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. .. Austin.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Dllllncb'im n, n
L. Strnvo John Lnne, MJra ,i1Cy Uanc,
Mlss K. Raupp.
Per stmr. ,KlnaiL, for Knun pqtts
May 17. -E. Larger. Mlss M. Reed.
Mrs, R. D. Baldwin, Mlss Baldwin.
IN FOJEIQN PQRX
TllmAK IlJ ti At
GRAYS HAJIBOR-Salled 'lay K;
t Sch. Ik-lene, for Honolulu.
Tlin SAILING pf the American
imik Annlo JohnBon was set.for todav.
Tho esscl Is dentlned for 8an Prnn
Cisco nnd will leave hero with a full
shipment of sugar nnd sevril nas
scngcrs. Captain Nllson's ship Is'n
popular one with tho traveling public.
Tho Annlo Johnson has been laying ui
tho Railway wharf, nwalllng surrar
arf0,.,ShSar,',V'' here Jho flrst part
A1p,ri1, tP1,rlne her stay at tho port
considerable repair work nnd repaint
ing has been accomplished.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
naferprlKB, with a' full shipment of
Biigar ana a small list ofipassettgers.
Is .expected to sail frnm Ullo . a. '
Sc'ld.-?5J V ! '-
--..,. "","- "auing sno.may, not
iJIilP A',,l BtcBrao'- Columbian, sail.
)ng from tho Hnwaitr,,, i.i... ' "
PL'I.?0. s.roportcd as havln arrive.!
Hn"'a cfuh yosterday. .The vessel
, ' " 'arBo shipment of sugar
" riftrn Mnv 1R.Mf nnd trn ITnnri
. ji. itiiiiii iriiiKt. il. r. uaKPK nnn
ii il I1 llnlalnn.! I I rl. , n...t