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EVENING MJLLETtN, ItONOLffLt), T.H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1010
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reg
Hawaiian Third Decree,
Oceanic First Degree,
All visiting members o( too
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meeting nt local lodges
Meet on tne
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
tlintuc EtiriurrBPi JnemDCrs 01
nnninc engineer 0ther Aaso
MHEFICIALASSIATICH, elation, cot
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets ovcry Monday evening nt
t:3u in I. O. 0. V. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Sccrotnry.
II. n. McCOY, Noble Ornnd.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every nrat and third Frl.
day evening at 7:30 In K. of r. Hallj
corner Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cotdlally Invite! to uttend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
o. v. imiNE, k. n. a
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. T. O.-E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, H. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin?
Street, near Fort, ovcry Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers ore cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHEUTY, E. 11.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec
j HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets evcrv llrst nnil thlnl Thtim
days o( each month nt Knights ot
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. UIGOINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. ot It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4 th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Reretnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles nre Invited to at
terd W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
WM. MeKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
Mets eicry 2nd and 4th Saturday
eenlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Furt and Derctanla, Visit
ing brothers cordially luvlted to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOnSON, K. It. S.
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. Phone 22
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WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YObNO.
Tuesday, May 17.
Mrs A F Knudstn, Kauai; Mrs
Arnold, Mrs. 0 Smith, Mrs. Wllber
Walker, W A Paul, wife and child,
Han Francisco. W p. Cathcart, San
Francisco; n S Stout. Indianapolis;
Mr. and Mrs N G Tjlcr, San Fran
cisco, C W Godfrey and wife, San
IYantlsco, E, K. Boswlth. 8an Fran
elm!, A W E. ThompBOti. Los An
geles, A Stephens, Cornwall, Kng ;
W J. Conwny, San Francisco; Goo.
II Allen. Clinton, N. Y ; II. Druncr,
AT THK HAWAIIAN.
Friday, May 13.
It W Tully Alma. Cal ; Mrs. It.
Tully, Alma Cnl., Miss Matnon, A Inn,
Cal., Dr A. B. Ntchnls, Ixs Angeles,
Dr. and Mrs. W P Austin, Salinas,
Cal ; II. C. Iird, Columbus, 0.; E. F.
Coddlngton, Columbus, 0.; It. II. Mc-
f! rat It and wlfo, Chlcigo III.
Yco Chan S. Co hao Just roccUed
a large shipment ot overland trunks.
leather bags and suit cisea up-lo-dato
: Jordan's have opened, ox Wllhel
mina,.a shipment of Misses' lingerie
tresses Irom 17 GO to 13 50. Best
values yet received.
The scores nf the baseball games of
the American and National leagues
aro posted ovcry day on tho bulletin
boards of "Thu Fashion" saloon.
C. II Helm, tho automan, has two
Ann Bovon seated autos for hlro. Hack
rutes within hack limits. 3 an hour
for calling or shopping. Phono C.
Of all the beers that nro browed
each ear, Ilalnlcr beer has given
more satisfaction to more pcoplo than
any other. Order a case and koep
Tho now lot of st; llsh, high class
Hart. Schaffncr & Marx clothes re
cchal by Sllvn's Toggery are tho fin
est the) lmo oer shown. Among tho
suits m will find Jutt what jou want.
Jobn Noll, tlio p'onvcr pldmber,
knows his business from the ground
up and If jou wnnt the bojt of work
with tho latest appllanccH, sen him.
Nott's shop Is nl 182 Mcrchnnt Rtreot,
DUCK SOON ESCAPED
. FROM PRISON GANG
Thinking the manner In which An
derson draco is oiijojltig himself to
bo the right dope, a Korean named
Chun Duck Soon carried out tho latter
part ot his name and did his getaway
)estcrday afternoon, Tho man was
scnlng n five-) ear sentenco for burg
lary, and was out with the ordinary
gang when ho decided to tako a holi
day Tho man walked off cilmly enough,
and It Is now up to tho police to hunt
for the Korean. Humors that ho and
draco will start In partnership are
said to be premature, but It may turn
out that Duck Soon & Grace, Ltd.,
will keep tho searchers busy for sbmo
time to come.
Last night tho homo of Mrs. Me
Kenzle, on Kaplolnnl street was ent
ered, and some rice, salmon and bread
taken. Tho food was eaten In tho
hack )ard as tho empty can and somo
small pieces of bread wcro found on
tho ground. Duck Is suspected of hav
ing made tho raid and tonight, If still
nt lenrge, ho will need another moal.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
'HAWAIIAN ISLANDS KAUAI,
SWIy BIDE WAILEA DAY MAKA
WEL1 RITEF BUOY, to bo establish
ed About Juno C, 1910, a 1st class
pan buoy, with rod and black hori
zontal stripes, to bo known as "Ma
kawell Iteef Iluoy." will bo establish
ed to mark tho outer edgo ot tho reef
which projects about n mllo from
shoro off Maltawell Hearing approx
imate: Walmca Mill Stae't, 2 7' truo (N
W. map ).
Makawoll Mill Stack, 127 40' trim
(SB by 15. 9-1B mag).
Kokaha Mill 8tack, 317 16 truo
(NV W, mag).
On or about the same date Kalanl
puao Itock Whlstllns Buoy will be es
tablished In place of Kalanlpuao Rock
Hawaiian Islands Oahu, souther-
I) tide Honolulu harbor. Entrance
Gas lluoy 1, showing a whlto nfety
leno light during periods of I ec.,,
followed by eclipse of 4 Beo. ThlJ
Mphlnrl tmnv rnnnrte1 Mav 14 ns
' " ., '.'..' . , . f
very aim nnu me nasu irregular, nui
been restored In Its pioprr vIkiiiic
tcrlntlc nnd Intensity.
Hawaiian Islands Molokal, south
erly side Kaunakakal harbor,
Mld-Chnnnel Entrance Iluoy, rcnort'
ed missing May 10, ,wlH ho tflpjiced
fta unnn na ttl',Mlintitn'"fe " 1 jji
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2HTBULLETIN AD8 PAY-g
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without sa)lng that every
thing Is Best at The JCncore.
7-lboatcd Auto for hire. Phone 199
James Oaker. Young Hotel Stand.
Embroidered tiousseaus and isncy
needlework. Mrt. 11. Dell, 162 Hotel
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or -carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen SU
Tho Kentucky saloon Is as fameJ
tor good liquors as the Stato of Ken
tucky, Jack Ilobcrts Is tho propri
The 'hearing on the nniwcr filed by
James Holt charged with contempt was
lipid this artcrnoon In tho criminal
Iho bulldlngf committee of the Y.
M. C. A. will meet this afternoon at 4
o'clock for tho purxse of making a
final selection of plans for the new
building. Mr. Itlplcy will glo his val
uable advice to tho committee.
Adolph 8chnack was n passenger by
tho WJIhclmlna Ho comes to spend a
well-earned vacation from studies at
(ho Unherslty of California, Mr.
Schnack has been taking a thorough
course In electrical engineering.
James Kauoho. guardian for Carrie.
Ida and Ilcbecca Itlngcr, has filed a
petition asking permission of the
court to sell 780O square feet of laud
belonging to his wards for tho reason
that they had no Incomo sufficient for
F. W. Mllverton, of tho city and
county attorney's staff this afternoon
filed objections to tho Interlocutory
bill of exceptions In tho Holt embezzle
ment case, giving ns reasons that tho
bill did not Include nor mention all
the testimony taken upon motion of
tho defendant to quash tho Indictment.
Uy a stipulation filed todny In eject
ment by L. Apana versus C. II. Hclnlg
et als tho caso Is to bo continued for
two weeks and will come up In court
on Juno 2 Instead ot May 19. Another
stipulation was filed In the case of tho
same plaintiff against Wong Say under
which tho dato for tho hearing of that
case is placed at Juno 2.
Jos. A. Richards, one bf the loading
advertising men In tho United Suites,
Is at present visiting In Honolulu. Mr.
Richards Is rciponslblo for the sue
cettsful engineering of the pineapple
advertising campaign now being con
ducted by local planters nnd his visit
to tho Islands Is primarily to gain a
moro Intlmato knowledge of tho condi
tions regulating tho production of this
fruit. Mr. Richards Is tho brother of
Thco Richards of this city.
SCHE OF TElf IS.
In connection with tho single tennis
chnraplonshlp of tho Islands, play for
which starts up this nftcrnoon on tho
Ileretanla courts, soma slight nltcr.a
tlons In tho schedulo have to bo an
nounced. Tho thrco matches sot for
this afternoon will be pla)ed, and
thrco sets out ot five will hnvo to bo
won The winner of tho Iilchards-Ir-win
match will play P. It. nartlott to
morrow, and tho other matches tomor
row will be Ilockus vs. Slnglehurst;
Clark vs. Nowell and W, W. Iajw vs.
W A. Wall.
After theso games havo all bt.cn
plnjed there will bo sixteen players
left In the contest nnd eight matches
will bo played. Tho eight winners will
again play, and (hen there, v III ho four
left In the soml finals. Play will start
this afternoon at halt past four o'clock
and all contestants aro requested to
bo on tho courts at that time.
Jack Atkinson and tho final lot ot
Russians will not arrive hero on tho
Korea as was at flrst expected,
A cablegram was recelycd from At
kinson yesterday In which ho states
that ho Is held up by quarantine regu
lations at Dalny. Just what the com
plications nro Is not known, but ho Is
not oxpoctcd to arrlvo in Honolulu
with tho last of tho Russians till well
into next month.
INQUEST ON AUTO -
(Continued from Paw 1)
(o (ho spot whore the dead man lay.
Cluney picked up the body and went
to tho Queen's hospital, and from
thero to the morguo, whero an exam
ination of the corpse was mado.
Jonah Cummins, who was a passen
ger In the car, testified to seeing Bar
boza when the lattor was somo 200
ards away and said that the deceased
dodged back and forth and finally got
right In front o( tho automobile. Cum
mins was not a good witness and con
tradicted himself Boveral times. His
testimony secmeVi to impress tho Jury
unfavorably for tho drlvor of tho car.
There was a big crowd at tho police
station and the Inquest is causing
some excitement. Cluney Is atllt held
at the station, and will be until the
Jury returns a verdict that will either
release him or csubo him to bo
charged with manslaughter or mur
der. The action of Attorney Rawlins In
appearing and asking t.o many ques
tions of tho witnesses at tho Inquest
Iisl causod much discussion around
town, and It is thought that Rawlins
excooded his privileges in going as far
hi he did in tho matter. An attorney
Is snld to havo a right to be present
at an Inquest, and to watch the en
quiry In the Interests of his client,
but to turn the Innuest Into more or
less of n trial Is considered to bo go
ing loo far.
IN rORBIQN PORTS
1 Wedrittday. May 8,
SYDNEY Arrived Mn 10: S. S. Mn-
rnmn, hence April 30.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed May IS; S. fl.
Mlssourinn, frr Snn rranclsco. .
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
With holds crammed with valuahlo
cargo nnd her decks piled hUh with
a quantity of baled I. ay, fire brick and
other linos of merchandise, tho good
ship Aldcn lK-sse, (ho Btnunch little
Amrrlcih Inr!:, nrrlved at Honolulu
this morning after n seventeen day
passage from Redondo. Calif.
Captain Frederick Miller reports a
pleasunl voyage to the Islanj.
Tho round trip nude by thu Jlldm
Ressp Is declared Inaugurates a direct
freight and passenger sen Ice between
Honolulu and southern California
The Aldcn Desso sailed from this
port the latter part nt March, tnklng
a consignment of scrap Iron. The
voyage, while ot considerable length,
was ono without accident.
Tho tesiicl had to await but Oc
lime before n goodly rcturn'cargo was
forthcoming. The promoters who nre
responsible for placing tho bark In
commission and Initiating tho new
scrvcn are much gratlflcd by tho flat
tering freight offering from the Pacific
Included In Iho Items of cargo
brought to Honolulu by tho Aldcn
Dessc Is 017 barrels of 1-os Angeles
beer, and declared a much superior
brand to somo that finds Its way to
tho Iflands Thero is a shipment of
177 tons of baled hay on deck, nlso
about thrco cnrlonus or brlcK.
Tho vessel also Arrived with 8000
sacks of cement nnd two carloads of
sewer pipe. Tho enrgo will aggregato
about twelve hundred tons.
While Iho exact tln.f for departure
for a return trip has not been dis
closed It has been definitely decided
that tho Aldcn Hesse will be dls
pitched to Southern California taking
a cargo from this port.
It Is tho present Intention ot tho pro
moters to add other tonnagu to tho
service as business warrants.
S $. j S
Tho zeal with which ad
herents of thedlftercnt Yo- i
Eemlte-Cnllfornln contestants i
nro clipping tne five-vote $
coupons from tho E v c n 1 ng 'v
llulletln shows 'tho In- $
terest that tho, readers are S
taking In the EO'ectlon of tho p
travel party! Many of iho $
candidates' secured as many i
ns ono thousand votes from
this sourco,' tnd,bB0 got over
tlftecn hundred. The result
of yestorday 'evc,nlng'B count 4
is shown In, tho scores on i
page 10. i
Ji 5 $ $$
Commencing with JulyI, theiclty
aud county of Honolulu will grant
the Increase asked for by the Kaplo
lanl Maternity Home for tho euro
uf Indigent patients sent to that In
stitution. With tho adoption of a report re
ceived from tho commlttco on health
nnd sanitation, tho city und county
hoard of supervisors agree to pay
$2. SO por day for each patient Bent
to the maternity homo after the first
Heretofore, city and county Indi
gent patients have been cared for at
a flat rate of $2. The directors of
the home havo stated to the board
that this sum is not sufflilent to
meet necessary expensos.
At first some members of tho board
favored transferring the Indigent
business to unother Institution, and
Palama Hospital -was favorably men
tioned. Investigation proved that to
do this w'ould Involve a consldernblo
outlay in providing for one or more
phjslclans, iiIbo nurses and tho ex
pense Incurred' for the purchase or
drugs. - - , - j
THIM MEHBFJJS iMlED
Governor Frear this morning ap
pointed C. F. Clomons as third mem
ber of tho Hawaiian committee to' rep
resent the Territory at (his year's con
ference on uniform stnto legislation,
thd tw'o other niembcrrf bolng D. L.
Withlngton and Carl S. Smith.
Tho tntotlng this year will bo hdld
at Nashville, Tcnn., 'commencing on
August 25, nnd tho recommendations
of tho cbnferenco foj new laws go to
(ho National Bar Association, which
meetB soon after the close ot (he con
ference ot Btato representatives.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Molokal,
S'ly Side Kaunakakal Harbor Mid-
Channel Ihiirnnoo Xliioy. heretofore ro-
ported missing, upon Investigation
tin luuim mv iutH um m ii
position, It wns replaced May 17,
HAWAII TO LEAVE'
On Wednesday next tho Havrnll
will tall for San Podro, In order to
be at that port In time for the start
of tho tinnspaclfl: race, which starti
on July 9. Tho final touches are
now being put on the Honolulu rep
resentative, and sho will be as fit
as hands can niako her when she fl-
nally dips her flag In snluto to tho
Tho crew Is not quite made up,
but in n couple of dn)s nil (ho do
tnlla will bi comp'etc. Commodoro
Wilder nnd his llcutonant, Tont
King, foci very confident about the
ciinnccs of tho Hawaii winning tho
great race. Onn tnltif- In sura, nnri
that Is thnt tho men who handle the
yacht will do their absolute best nnd
will spare no effort to land tho Ha
waii over tho finishing line nhoad or
all (ha other boats. ?
- INMCJS PUPUHI
An Indictment has been returned by
the Tcnitorlal Grand Jury against
I Samuel Pitpuhl. charged with gross
Client and It tins been placed on tho
Punuhl was convicted of cross chekt
In tho lower court. Ho Is alleged to
'hnvo puichascd an nntoniobllo Tor an'
other party paying nine hundred dol
lars for tho Hnine. nnd representing to
his client that the machine cost $1350.
I Somo minor matters wcro taken mi
by tho Inquisitorial body which mot
It has been announced that Henry
M. Hepburn, lieutenant In tho Rev
enue Cutter Borvlco, who was married
to Miss Madco McCanlllesH In New
OYork will riuccccd Alonzo Hartley ns
manncernf the llnwtilln'n ''tflonfrfn
Compnny. Lieutenant Hepburn' will
resign from tho service und will be
gin his duties as manager of tho Ha
waiian Electric Company in tho near
future. i (
CALLED ON WHIOR FfiEAR
In company with his daughter Chief
Jubttce William H. Rcatty ot Califor
nia called UK)ii Oovernor Frear at tho
tapltol this morning.
TIiIb is Justlco UcUlty's flrst visit
to Honolulu and ho and hU daughter
(.pent somo tlnio this forenoon In go
ing through thu different rooms of the
inlaco and exnmlnlng tho (tortralts of
Hawaiian royalty that adorn tho walls
ot (ho hUtorlc building.
DEATH OF MAN
(Continued from Paee 1.)
out of bed aud running about. He
was at last quieted down and wont
to sleep. At 3 o'clock this morning
it was discovered that tho man was
Andrew, who has, been hold nt the
polico station for investigation slnco
yesterday, will probably be charged
as soon as tho coroner's Jury renders
its erdlct in tho matter,
y Dr. C. II. Vood performed an au
topsy on the body ot Garner this
nioruli.g nt the morgue, and his In
vestigation revealed the fact tlmtthe
dead man's skull was badly fractur
ed In front. Thero was a lump on
his forehead, and It covered tho slto
of tho Injury.
Upon opening up tho skull It was
discovered that a portion of the
frontal bono had been driven into
tho brain and that It hud gradually
worked In deeper till death reunited.
An Inquest will bo held tomorrow
night at tho polico station; the Clu
ney matter will occupy the coroner
Thereibave been four deaths from
vlolonco in the last few days, anu
three Inquests are now pending. The
Chinese tragedy caused two deaths;
tho Cluney auto affair another, nnd
now Oarnpr Is dead through the al
leged act, of Androw. .
Garner was a married man and
leaves a wlfo aud seven children be
hind Mm. He wao emplojed for
some time past as driver of a wagon
belonging to John Walker.
FORE STREET PAVE
(Continued from Page 1,
rt wcathor or assailed by clouds of
iiun ai oiner limes, rour members
of- thp poard of Supervisors haVr,
tholr way. Members Quinnj Logan.
Cix and 'Kapo voted for tho hrdlnanco,
whllo McClellan, Ahla and Ajlott
maintained a solid opposition.
It's up to tho Simrema Court of Ha
waii now. The ma)tcr of on Injuric
tion nas noon suDmtte.ii (o (ho lushest
tribunal. A decision Is oxrVctod with.
' in r fow days. ,
tlon lids been submjttetojho highest
Wednesday, May 18.
Redondo Aldcn Rcsso, Am. bk,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, slmrn a. m.
VE88ELS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn iRokeby, Br. stmr.
Norfolk, Va Vancouvor. Br. stmr.
Thursday, May 19,
Manila via ports cfevoland, U.
Manila via ports Chattanooga, u.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudtne,
Friday, May 20.
Bau Francisco via Seattle Hllonlan,
M. N. S. S.
Saturday, May 21.
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, P.
M. S. 8.
Hllo via way porlB Maunn Koa,
TAIL OF COMET
(Continued from Pace 1)
about It all that nttrncts nttcntlon.
It hi possible thnt the Imagination
plajs n very large part In tho whole
occurrence, still, the hands of tho
clock will bo watched fairly closely
after tho hour of five this afternoon.
Tho Interest that has been nwnk
enod hero by tho fact that the earth
Is to try conclusions with tho tall of
the comet, cither today or tomor
row, has been all absorbing and has
formed the topic ot conNcrsntlon nnd
even Jest. Either the woild Is get
tli.g braver or the pcoplo have taken
on n "don't care" period.
During tho pretlous visit or (Ills
noted comet It Is reported that peo
ple nil over tho earth were panic
stricken nnd thnt many lost their
reason through foar.
Either today or tomorrow the
earth will In all probability dash
through the comet's tall. Hawaii
need not, however, on that account,
expect the end of the world. Com
ets aro made up of two parts, the
nucleus, or 'head, and that by far
more conspicuous portion, the tall.
Tho nucleus Is probably made up of
n mixture ot solid and gaseous parts,
nnd if tho earth wero to collide with
this portion the consequences might
be disastrous. If, however, as some
astronomers soem to hold, the solid
particles ot the nue'eurf aro not larg
er than grains of sand, we would he
trcatod to a magnificent shower. Bo
thnt as It may, the earth Hnd the
comet nro nearest' lo each other to
day nnd tomorrow, when the nu
cleus will bo about fifteen million
miles distant. At this time thol
cartn, comet anu huh win be in a
direct lino with one another. As tho
tall Is turned directly away from the
sun It will then sweep across the
earth It It happens to bo moro than
fifteen million miles In length. Prof.
Barnard of Yerkes Observatory says'
that thero Is absolutely nothing -to
bo reared from tins, and rightly so,
for the material of which the tall is
made up Is so tenuous that even
faint stars can bo seen through It.
The force of this argument will be
perceived when it is noticed that
oven n slight hazo Is sufficient to
hide all except4 tho brighter Btars.
(Continued from Pace 1)
cral Fund or Special Road Tax Fund
to do (his work? Woll thero Is not.
anu mo sencme is to mako a special
Item of $17,000 for this work in our
next appropriation bill, but this must
como out or mo regular Honolulu
road appropriation. This would mean
that you havo n road equipment that
costs about 16000 to maintain beforo
you do a bit of work, thus leaving you
xwou to carry on your general road
work. Besides tho grading of Fort
street would como out of thla'amolint
bh well as tho 20c nor cubic yard wo
wlirioso on tho cost of getting out
our rock for this contract.
"This Is not business," declared Mc
Clellan. "About all tho work you could
do with 'this 11000 Is Hatching and
malntalncnce, and you could not do
any new work. .
"In Justice to oursolvcs we should
not spend this money. You 'might
contend that I havo overlooked tho
Road Tax rund, I haVo nbt. Thero
will not lie enough of that left by tho
1st of July lo talk about as you aro
already spending W00 a month and
have only enough. In to Idst until Jul).
Youf rod lax money amounts to
uooui t uuu tor iiohoiuiu ana irotn
preucnt Indications when you spend
the 12.600 you will not hnvo enough
In nt ariy-oho time to do any good. It
Is the same with all tho outsldn dls
trlcts with tho oxc,eptln 'of KwS. This
roan tax money snoum no spread over
a period ot hlne hldrfths, and Jou nro
spbndlng the bulk 'of It In three.
''Tho cuts wo mado In April havo
relieved our liltaatlon temporarily,
ami mat's oil"
With McClellan rb opposing thd ei
pehdlturo neceBBary for (ho nnvlnc of
I fmrt street were McmDers Ahlu an
Tho vrite taken at the final reading
last evening nrougnt Logan, tjulnn,
Cqx and Kane to tho support of (ho
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.IBS editorial roomsr-anO ol
nasa OfflCS. Thda arm lh lanhnnA
. . . ..... ..,.r,.,,
number of the Bulletin office,
Tuesday. Mar 17.
Hawaii ports Llkellkc, stmr., S
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr., C : 1 5
Molokal and Maul ports Mtkahaln,
stmr.. S:20 p. m,
Hongkong vln Japan ports Astx, P.
M. S. 8., E p. m.
Knual ports Keauhou, slmr., 5
Hawaii norts NJIhnu nlmr.. li'm.
Wednesday, May il8.
San Francisco Blerra, O. B. 8, 10
n. m. ..
VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday, May 19.
Knual por(s W. O. Hall, s(mr., C
Friday, May 20.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
stmr., G p. m.
Saturday, May 21.
San Francisco Korea, P. M. 8, 8.
Per O. 8. 8. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, May 18. Mr. nnd Mrs. Honry
Afong, Master Afong, Robert Catton,
Mrs. S. E. Halstcad, Mrs A.-1I. Lack
land, Mr, nnd Mrs. Pholps, W. A.
Dickson, Mrs. A. N. IjoCKo, W, M.
8cycr, E. A. Bunker, A R. Scott and
wlfo, Mrs. F. A. Potter, C. W. Pondlo
ton, wlfo nnd child, Mrs. J. R. Meyers,
Miss Z. K. Hart, Mrs. E. 11. Earle.
Miss D Earle. Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. V, De Brottevlllc,
Miss Bunker, Mrs. W. T. Monsnrral,
Mr, and Mrs. II, Shaw, Miss A. Dunne,
Mrs.-C, G. Hlssen nnd child, Mr. nnd
Mrs. K. B. Auerbach. Mr, and Mrs. L.
Tcnncy Peck, Miss Earlo. Fanny "Don
van. Mrs. J. R. Cation. Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Woodbrldgo. IU F. Oakcs and
-wire, F. Ungcr. Mr. starrott. J. w.
BourdcUo. Mr. nnd MtJ. R- Macdon
aid, F. Halstcad. J. L. Coko. Capt.
Campbell, U. 8. M. Ct M. Tokleda F.
W. Bvcrton, M. G. Johustcrj, Henry
Moad, F. 8. Scuddcr, Mrs. W II.
Dlmond nnd Bon, Mrs, Murphy.fl. W.
T.-Purvis and Bon, Mrs, Purvis anil
child, D W. Shanks, wUo and daugh
ter, U. W. Campbell, Mr, and Mrs. G,
Harris, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. H. Brynn, J.
J. Yawlth. A. M. Howo, W. R.i ScoU.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Kollncr. D. G. Mc
Cluro and wire, Mrs. Prosser, Miss
Thatcher, Mr. and Mrs. iLudomaycr,
Mrs. W. C. Bailey, Dr. L. Mundon,
Miss E. J. Davidson. Miss D M. Dav
idson, Mr. nnd Mrs. n. 8 DenUon.
Per stmr. Klnnu. for Knual ports.
May 17c-MIsb E. B. Rico, Mrs, W. H.
Rico .Mrs. K. A. Knudsen. II. G. Mc
Donnld, Master McDonald. E. A. Na
mahala, Mrs. W. A. Fernandez. Y.
Amoy. T. A. Ilurnlngham. It. Mend,
MIbb E. HaBty. Mrs. B. D. Baldwin, tho
Mlsbts Baldwin, Mlsa J. Day nnd
friend, Mrs R. P. Spalding, Goo. H.
Falrchild, Rev. H. K. Kim KomatBii.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, lor Molokal and
Maul ports, May 17. Rov. J. Koklpl,
Rev. A. B. Weymouth, E. A. Mott
Smith. Pei P. M. 8. 8. Asia, for Japan
ports and Hongkong, May ' 17.
Misses McICey (2), F. W. Eaglcston.
WATERFRONT NOTES f
A THOySAND tons' ot Oriental car
go is duo to arrive nt Honolulu on Sat
urday morning by tho Pacific Mall lin
er Korea. Tho vessol is coming from
Hongkong y the way of Japancso
ports. According to cablo advices re
ceived at tho local agency ot 11. Hack
fclil ft Co., the Korea has first class
accommodation for twenty passengers.
Tho bookings at, this port ato)hardly
In excess ot tho number that can bo
accommodated. It Is expccte.il that
should tho Koroa arrlvo at an early
hour, sho will bo dispatched for Ban
Francisco tho evonlng of tho same
CARRYING IN transit quantity of
general cargo and supplies for tho Ha
waiian Islands, tho American-Hawaiian
frelghtor Mlssourlan.'from ,Sallna
Cruz Is reported to have arrived at
San Francisco jOBtorday,'' Tho vessel
proceeds to Sooitlo and (henco to Ho
WHEN LA8T hoard from by wire,
leas' tho Matson Navigation steamer
Hllonlan, on routo from Seattle, was
1016 miles oft this port. Tho Hllonlan
is expected to arrive here on Thurs
THE DEPARTURE of tho American
schooner Helono from Grays Harbor
wllh (i shipment of lumber for Allen
& Robinson Is reported. Tho vessel
sailed on last Monday
THE PACIFIC lAIL liner Mongolia
Is tho next' 'Pacific Mall steamor to
arrlvo from San Francisco. The Mon
golla la duo at tho port on tho morn
ing of Decoration Day, May 30.
THE ARRIVAL of tho Canadian
Australian steamer Maiama nt 8yd
noy. N. S. W., Was roportod yesterday.
(Continued from Paee 1.')
Under the Inftuento of thjs an
nouncement, 'Hawaiian Commercial
appears on the board as held at
41.25, and Hawaiian Sugar sold be
tween boards at SS. '
. Onhu void today nt 34.37G, Olan
a( Q.25, nnd Honokaa at 20, Busi
ness Is dull, as usual. On the street
the condition is credited to the com
et. Taxes Bro,,pald, so that excuse
Is plujed qut,
Owing to (he cost of living (t Ii
unreasonable to hono that any1 of. (ho
TJrian dollar dlnnora will be .mark-
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