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EVENTKO B0U.CT1N, HOHOUtTUJ, T. H., THURSDAY, MAY i, 1910.
J Weekly Calendar
Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reg
" .Hawaiian Third Degree.
Oceanic First Deflree,
f Reel Cross.
All visiting members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting nf local lodges
Meet on tne
2nd end 1th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Ilimiir rTinuirrnnl ClnDeri 01
wAmnc cnoinccny other Aiso
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I, O. 0. 1 Hall, Fort Streot.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo arand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. oJUrV
Mcota every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In If. of P. Ball,
corner fort and Oeretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to nttefid
WM. JONES, C. C. '."
0. F. HEINE, k. n. a
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, R. P. 07
21ks, meets In their hall, on KlnK
Street, nenr Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R,
"GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days St each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers corf
dlally invited to attend.
P. HIGGINS, Sachem
E, V. TO DO, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E:
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
'Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W. R. RILEY, W. P. a".-!
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
wm. Mckinley lodge no, 8,
k. of p.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday'
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
wllnll, car. Fort and Deretanla. Visit-
'ing brothers cordially Invited to nt
ntond. H. A TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. 8.
Will find all they need at our store.
We have the famous
Transparent Water Colors
trJThe ONLY water colors on FILM
The ONLY water colors that are
, We also have WATER COLORS in
; Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
' FRESH CHOCOLATES
,- 11ENRY MAY & CO.
t - - Phone 22
EFFORT AT MlllMli
Japanese Uses A .Knife
In Plan To
Right on top. of Hie four lolcnl
ilea tin Hint have O'nirrcd within
thn Inrt few days, another Irnged?
was otil) nvertrtd bj thn prompt ac
tion of Chlrf McDilfllP nnd hlq men
last night. At half past eight o'clock
ii Jnnni.ee woman ran Into the po
llco station and lnfi)rmd the rhlel
thnt ii former rmplojn of hcr had
threatened In kill her nnil her linn
band, and that the ninn wat then
somen hero nn llm pieniUeii In com-
puny with n liH; butcher's Kill To.
Thi' drtpetlvrs hltrrlod down to
the store, v.-hlih Ik on Nuunmi
street, in .1 upon n nn hiiiK (he P'nit
found tho liipain-se, vvlme iintnn If
K ii w.i rnl. I, hidden 'In n clipboard,
from whlih ml entrance hail been
cut lo the cellar below. The man
had n wlcjd-looklng knife, which
had been given n rsmir edge, wrap
pod up In n towel.
McDnMe grabbed (ho man's arm
as soon ns thu locker v.-iih opened
and hauled thn would he xlnjer nut
Into the aline. I'pou being nuked
what lip wanted the towel fur, Ka
wasaki Midled: "It would tin tc
wipe Wood off in) hands."
It appears that this man had been
discharged from his lilllet iih waiter
nt the rest nu ran I, and lind nt that
time threatened to do for liN lite
master and mistress. A large knife
was missed from the kid-hen of the
restaurant, ntid the weapon that war
.found was Identified ns the missing
cViier . -
'The .man-had given some trouble
iiefbreT'and on -several occasion had
jissaulted the wife of the restaurant
proprietor; It was not thought.
However; that lit- wus dangerous till
Kawasaki appeared In court this
morning, and Judge Andrnde, on
hearlng-the evidence, said that he
was sorry that ho could not Inflict
It heavier sentence than one- enr on
tho vagrancy charge that was laid
against the man. One year nt Asch'a
hotel will give Kawasaki ample time
to ponder over the foolishness of an
nouncing his Intention of butchering
, - HWJMIN FILE
Showing The Transfer. Of
Kapaa Lands To
. New Owners
Five deeds of Ian 1 In tho famous Ka
paa deal wero filed yesterday after
noon and this morning by which R. P.
Spalding and Oeorge Falrrhlld come
Into possession of a large tract of Ka
In order to get tho land desired for
plantation purposes certain land In Ho
nolulu was deeded to tho Territory
by Mr, Falrchl)d, and Mnkaha Coffee
Company deeded land to tho Territory
in North Olohuna.
Tho papers In tho deal wero made
out April 14 but wero placed on file
only within tho past twenty-four hours
at tho Htircau of Convejdticcs,
WE HAVEJIIH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Thursday,. May 19.
L. Wcliuhelmcr, Lanat; Chas. Gaj,
Wednesday, May 18.
J. R. Meers imd wife, Kauai; Mr.
and Mrs. A. Robinson, Makauall;
Mies Elnoro Robinson, Makawell;
Lester I). Robinson, Mnkauell.j
Tuesday, May 17.
Miss J. 17. Raymond, Drooklyn, N.
Y.; Robt. N. JrtcEldowiiey. Burling
ume, Cal,; Mrs, F. .fr. Krnuse, San
Tuesday, May 17.
Mrs A. 1'. Knudsen, Kauai; Mrs
Arnold, Mrs. C. .Smith, Mrs. Wllber
Walker, W. A. Paul, wife and child,
San Francisco; W-. P. Cathcart, San
rranctsco; 11. 3, Stout. Indianapolis;
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Tyler, San Fran
cisco; C, W. Godfrey mid wife, San
Francisco; E. iE. Uos,wltIi, San Fran
cisco; A. W. E. Thompson, Los An
geles; A. Stephens Cornwall, Engl
W, J. Conway, San Frdnclsco; Geo,
II. Allen, CHuton, N. Y.; II. Uruucr.
Veda3day, May 18.
M. Jongenell, Wahlawa.
Friday. May 13.
R. W. Tutly. Alma, Cal ; Mrs R
Tully Alma Cal ; Miss Matoonv Alma,
Cal,; Or. ,A. 13. Nichols, Los Augeler;
.T)r and Mrs V P Austin, Salinas.
vi) ; ,n, c. Loru, coiumbjjs, o,; E.,.)
Qr.ddlnton, qojumbus, 0.; R. It. Mc-j.:
yrajn ana wjio, umcaco. in.
r " 1; L ' i
I It goes xritnout caving that ever
thlnjj Is IHit a The Encore. r
7-8odted Auto for hire. Phone W
lames Daker. Young Hotel Stand.
Embroidered trousseaus and fancy
leedlowork. Mrs. II. Jlcll. 1C2 Hotel
If j ou want a good Job dono on an
into or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St,
Tho Hawaiian band" will piny nt
Aala .Park I Ida afternoon fur thn Ka
mehamcha school cadets drill.
ANDJJ 0 VETO
Fern Sits Tight While
"I hnvo neither slgneil or vetoed tho
ordinance cnlllng for tho entering Into
a contract wllh Wnrrc-n Brothers to
pavn that portion of Fort street lying
between (Jilcon nnd Iloiejanlu streets,"
declared Major .iVwcph J. rcrn this
I hnVo ten da i In' which lo Act In
thn matter further stated Ills Honor
and no flir havr kept th6 matlr In obey
lncc Major Fern refused to commit lilif
self In regard to what iIInihisUIoii ho
would make of tho ordinance now up
for his npprnwil.
Ills nttitudn UHUi Hie letting of con
tractfr without first advertising the fact
is protty well defined however A
god deal will depend upon hj decision
handed down by tho Btiprenlo court
which has tho legality of tho paving
contract under consideration.
Tho statements nccrclled to secro-tarj-
Rlvcnbnrg who Is. made to say by
a morning paper that tho paving con
tract was "cooked up 'between Con
tractor Oilman nnd the city attorncjs
department," Is strongly denied by
RUcnburg Ho claims to hae been
grossly misquoted In this Instance.
Ten More Immigrants
Wish To Become
Ten lltisslniv ImmlirrnntR li.ivn
filed their Intentions of becoming
Amcrl-i n citizens with tho clerk of
Pw i miliui vuitii Jit mc iuoi, inu
dajs, this bringing the total for the
monin up to a good l.gurc.
Yesterdav thcrn wcrn hIy Hiiliti.?lit
pt tho White rather to present thoni-
scives ro i;ierK .Murpuj', and this
morning four moro wero o:i hand to
make known their wishes for Amer
All of these men, llko tho others
who appeared tho first part of the
month, are big, clean, hcnlthj-look-Ing
follows, with looks of moro than
ordinary ltitelllcence us onrinmllred
In tho multitudes of Immigrants who
icutu i ne i.asiurn const or tlio unit
ed States from the countries of Eu
rope. Llko their predecessors, these men
nro practically all skilled workmen and
ablo to earn comparatively good In
comes at their various trades, not
merely unskilled laborers who would
bo of llttlo valuo lo tho country In
which they rcsldod.
I'HEI I.MINAHV WURK
At n meeting josterdny aftcrnoorl
o ftho committee In charge of tho sum.
mer school for teachcra tarious mnt'
ters concernlpg the proposed schdol
came up for discussion apd a part
program of lectures was ijecliled upon
Tho lecturers' to speak before thq
teachers will bo tho best local talent
available, rolnforced by any noted vis
itors who may ho in (ho city during tho
sessions of tho school,
Lectures on astronomy, school sani
tation, tho Panama Canal, Lahalnalunu
8enilnary and Its work, literature, ahl
tho teaching of elementary agrctilturo
In tho nubile nrlinnln nrn nnmo nt IU
subjects decided upon for tho visitors
There, will bo also social nvenlmr
during tl)o six weeks of tho sc-slcn
wljen programs of the tc-ichcrs" nsso
elation will bo given.
Tho committee in chargo pf prepar
ing for tho summer school consists or
Superintendent Pope, Mrs. N. L, D
rrascr and J. C, pavla,
FORTY PA8SRNaiIH8 loft for llllo
and "o olcano by tho Matson steam
er yilhelmlnn, sailing at 5 o'clock
last ' Evening, Tho Wlihelmlna in
scheduled to return to Honolulu on
t tut 1 BH I t . . I iwn, J J , I' 1 j . ' -V 1 ft. -Hl
. t . k .' "f ,.Jn. ii . v .. it .t;,. '.,.. , j,, i vii ij ( i" y - i.n .if-" -v mitti
btffli lilwulmiiwlll i1lmiMiiiMifMffiiilr - a -j -., rr i"- -urfiimMMl1feTriaMl
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
BURNED AT SEA't
NEWPORT, On., May 13. The
steamer J, Mathaftcr lias been bum-
ed at sea. No lives were lost. j
OIL CITY, Ta., May 10. Money
tctnlinc $32,024 was stolen from the
depot of this city today. The money
was wrapped in packages.
HAMILTON DEFENDS TARIFF.
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
gold production, to demand ciowdinrr.
simplv. to extravagance of a fever
ish feneration and to nlmost every
thing else but the tariff.
, NEW TRUST.EE
Upon Iho petition nf John I' Han.'
niunn and l.lllle Il.ij Inn Judge Itohln
ron hni appointed u now timtce for
the (rust rstnte of John P Ilausminti.-I
1 ho lalo D.nld Dayton wn thn trus
too formerly nnd In his placo tlu Court
has iippoliileil llnw.ill.iu Ti til Com
pan Without Imnd '
IN FOBEION PORT
,Wedne.tciay, ,May 8.
SYDNEY Arrived May 16: fl. 8. Ma
rama. hence April 30.
SAUNA CIIU Sailed May 1fi: S. 8.
.Mlssoiirlan, for San iTanclscn.
Tueidsy, May 17,
QUAYS IUriDOIt Sailed May 10:
Sell. Helcne, for Honolulu.
Monday, May 16,
GAVIOTA Sailed May IB: Ship M.
Chllcott. for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Sailed May 13 S. S.
Henley, for Honolulu,
SALINA CRUZ Arrived May 14: B.
8. Columbian, from llllo April 3D.
KAHULUI Arrived May 14: Sen.
Uorenlls, from Orajs Harbor.
Saturday. May 14.
GRAYS HAWlOIl Arrived May 13:
Sch. II D. Dendlxsen, hence Apr. l'J.
SEATTLE Arrived Mn 14: U. S. T.
Dlx, hence May 3,
SAN niANCISCO Arrived May 11:
S S. Mongolia, henco May G,
HILO Arrived May 13: 8. 8. Arlzo-
SEATTLE Sailed .May 12: S. S. VIM
glnlan, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed May 12: S. S. Hllo-
nlan, for Honolnlu,
UItAY8 HARDOIl-Arrived May 12:
Sch, O, M. Kellogg, front llllo April
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 13:
Dk, It. P. IlltheLifrom Hllo April 2i
PORT SAN LUIS Arrived May 13:
S. 8. Santa Rlta-from Kahuliil May
' M l ,,
WILLAPA HAnnqn Sailed MayHS:
Sch. A M. Paitcr for Mahukona.
I'dltrWlXEN Sailed May l S. 8.
Alaskan, for Sallna Cruz.
ThUrseay1,1 May 12.
KUREKA--Sallod May 10i Sch. So,
qulra, for llllo,
SAN FriANCISCO Arrived May 11!
Sch, JaS. Rolpli, from I Inn a.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 11:
V, 8. A. T. Logan, hence May 4.
BAN TRANCISCO Arrived May U.
8. S. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 12: 8. 8.
Manchuria, hence May 2.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 12: S. S.
Koroa, for Ilonplulii.
PORT -TOWN8END Arrived May 12:
Ilk, Albert from' Katlua.
IHLO Arrived May8! 8. 8, Enter
prise, from San Francisco.
KAHULUI SalleJ Mny 11: Sch. Ad
miral, for Port Townscnd.
KAHULUI Salleh Mny 11: Sch. M.
Turner, for San, Francisco.
EUREKAt-Salled' May 10: Sch. Soqul-
ra. for Hllo "ft.
SAN nUNCISCCHSalled May .11, '1
ii. m.: S. S. Wlihelmlna, for Hono-
Tuesday, May 0,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 10. 1
p. m.; S. S, Aula, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE-rArrivcdfMny fl: 'S. 8. Hllo;
nlan, from San Francisco,
Monday, May 9 '
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 7,
noon: S. S. Sierra, for Honolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 8: 3.
8. Novadnn, for Honolulu,
BATTLE Arrived May 8: 8, 8. Virgi
nian, from .San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 7. S. S.
China, hence April 25,
IIILOArrlved April JO: Sch. S. T.
Alexander, from Eureka.
8aturday, rVay 7.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 7:
8. S.i China, hence April 25.
SAN FHANCISCO-Salled May 7:
8. S. Sierra, noon forillonolulu.
HILO Arriyed, April 30;
Bchr BE. T. Alexander, from Eure
ka. Friday, May 6. '
BAN KRANCI8CC Sailed May 4: S
H. Hllonlan. for Seattle.
SAN FRANCISO 5 Sailed Mny '.:
Ship Talis of CI do. for Honolulu.
Thursday, May 5.
HAN FRANCISCO Snllpd May 6: U
8. A. T, Sheridan, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO .Sailed May 8: 8.
8 Virginian for Seattle,
Rita, tor rort
May 4: S. B. Santa , of n m, . ," '-, "V""T; , v ..'o ,w .was nmvww Vn ACCORDING TO a rocenKMNleu ' riWi
san nits. :;;.- ".7 . " . . . ", ""- aucrnoon ana win nop sit again until message (he Miil.nn nVX.1' W: Mi
,E Balled May 1: B. B. ,'vuai is sansiien wuii tne pres- t , I Primpi.i.n ... im j . v MA
. for Honolulu. qnt.lftw, and,! bollevo tho voters wlll n.iuu. -n-.i a...,l... . t ". J.7."' ."T .v" "",BS vn mo port. QMt
-Arrived May 4; U. support It. BrJr m
., .- t -5. cji- i i "-TnT ifftKjniwn i jj; jJJHKmmKKSBHSKKOOBtBBtHttfv
AnnnnrxiKin .! AAMi.n.i
nt Han Francls'o, the IirllUh ship
Agnes Oiwnld, mart net tons, has
been boHI and will be broken tip for
Junk. The Inst piswige nf lm o
wuld wri profllalile, for In thn faie
of low rnli" her ownern OUghl n
inrgn of whenl for her nl their own
Hfl and before her ni rlv.1l hntiia
tho mirket had greatly nih allied.
Thn ahlp wnaihutlt nt Tort (llnirhw
Iri 1 ft75 nnd wn owned by T. Law
& Po She was romni inded by Clip
Inln T. 11. Philip,
A FEDERAL Wnrrnnl v.ir lisuod Rl
San Frnnclsto on April 20 for the ar
rest nf First Asslst-int Engineer F.
Nowlnndos and Fireman II. dmnlniky
of thn trnnsport Slinrldnn on n charge
of cruelly be.ltlng Pedro Tcnliyi, n
l lllplno coal passer, on tho high noas,
Ho sevcrelj iHd tho meu haiidto Iho
nllplno. It Is nllegeil flint ho vvns con
fined to tho ship's hospital for seven
teen dn)s on the pnisagn from Japan
to San FinnclrnV.
THE MAURETANIA .has broken
tho "westward long eourso" record,
making tlio run from Haunt's Hock,
outside Cork Harbor, lo tho Am
brose Lightship In 4 ilajs in hour
29 minutes, nt an average, speed nf
JT 18 raPECTED that tho Matson
Navigation chnrteYy-d freighter Ne
vndan vlll retnrn from Kleelo, Kahu
liil nnd Kaauapall nn 'or about Sunday
evening or Aionnay morning, tho ves
sel will pick up shipments nf Island
SUPERVISING INSPECTOR Iler
mlngham hn restored to' Cnptnln
Levi Snjdnr, mnster of (hn Argo, bin
lliense, jvhlrh wns suspended for
one j ear. The Argo mis wrecked
five months ngn.
MUTINY nritong the crow of tho
nrltlsh ship Avon, from Iluenn.i
Ayre for Norrolk, ciused tho cnp
tnln io put IhiUj to Montevideo,
whore the I'efi'.ictoi j sailors wero
THE SAILING nf tho Portuguese
cruiser San Gabriel has bc;u set for
Saturday afternoon. Tho vessel will
proceed to Island ports, including ka
linliil, Hllo and perhaps a port of call
A LATE wireless received from tho
Prclflc Mall steamer Korea unnounced
tho-probable, nrilvnl nf that vessel
from Hongkong Via Japnn parts on
SEVERAL THOUSAND tons of Ha'
wall sugar will bo loaded Into the Mat-
son Navigation liner Wlihelmlna dur
ing her three dajs' slay at Hllo.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Enterprise Is reported as having
sailed from Hllo bound for Sim Fran
cisco a( S o'clock last evening.,
" ' Jf 'CABLED
Governor Walter Frcar this morning
cabled his congratulations to Delegate
Kuhlo at Washington for his wor'r
iri .setting the organic act passed by
Congress. Kuhlo cabled the changes
mado before its passage to tho Gov
ernor late ydsterday Iiiit tho chief 'ex
ecutive did not receive tho cablo un
til this morning.
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(Continued from1 Page '1)
tha,t tho 'llnwiillans are easily led,'
and ho l apparently proceeding on
this basis, Judging from tho state
ments that have been circulated
frum the nrrhlhltnnlsts. A 'form n
oath has been circulated thnt tends
io snow miu ine iiuopiiou oi a pro
hibition law would prevent the Im
portation pt liquor Into Hawaii,
Ktimetlllng' that Is manifestly Impos
sible. Tho IIawalans on Kauai
have also been nssured from some
quarter that under thb operation-!
of a pruhlbltlon law they could mnko
ui ii iMUHiuiuuii mw nicy tuuni iiiiiku
nil the wipes they desire, l donot
. '. V. .7. . .
know who Is responsible for the ilr
dilation of Unit repot t.
"It. my opinion, conditions would
be far worse undor the operation of
a prohibition law than under the
licensing system. It tho people do
npt want sajpons they can vvlpo
them out under the present law.
While I -was a deputy sheriff on Ka
uai dm ng a period of absolute pro
htbltlou there were more nrreata for
uruiiKtjiinjHis muu more npye p?en
under the operation qf thp existing
atatuto, Tho nntves woiild club to
Bother an)l send for a keg of wlno,
and whan thoy started In to drink,'
uiHjr wuuui uui uo couient, ijiitii mey
had finished tho supply. It would
he the same under a' prohibition law.
1 ne mpoiiallon of liquor can
iiul iih HifiiiiiHii. iiiin ifin nniiprniuttr .. . 1 . ... . . j n . m
'May 4. I' .T"."M M icg.smt.on. lBaturday, I steamer .Lurllne.-;n...'7."BlJ ."l
Thurmlny. May 19.
Hawaii via Maul porta Claudlne,
Etmr., n. m.
Port Ludlow Pamanri, Am. itchr.,
Hawaii .ports Helcne, stmr,, a. m.
VES8EL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Rokeby, Ilr. stmr.
Norfolk, Va--Vanconvpr, Ilr. stmr,
Friday, May 20.
San Tranclsco ln Seattle Hllonlan,
M. N. 8. S.
Kona nnd Kail ports Mnuna Lon,
Saturday, May 21,
Hongkong via Japan ports-Koren, P,
M. 8. 3.
WW via way ports Mnuna Ken.
Sallnn Cni7 via San Francisco nnd
Pugct Sound Virginian. A.-H. B. S.
Sunday, May 22, , '
Knnnj iKirts Klnnti, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Hllo Wlihelmlna. M. N. 8. 8.
Newcastle, N. S. W. St. Dunstnn,
Wednesday, May 23.
Australian ports via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. 8. S,
KaualrK)rts W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, May 26.
Hawaii via' Maul ports -Claudlne,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria and Vancouver Mnknra.
C.-A. S. 8.
Hongkong via Japan prtrts nnyo
' Saturday, May 28.
Hllo vln way porta Mauna Kci,
Sunday, May 29.
Knual ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongolia. P. M. 8. 8,
Sunday, Jur.5 5.
Newcastle, N. 8. W. Henley, Ilr.
KEEP AN EVE OS "
' THE JjAljO WALK
Assistant Secretary"" Coopor of tho
Hawaiian Promotion Committee, wants
everybody to keep un cje out for the
Hawaiian eirblhlt to be found on tho
Atlantic City 'boardwalk."
A small, neat and attractive "stick
er" has been designed by Cooper. Ho
will present a sample before thi regu
lar meeting of the committee this nf
Within d red circle' and printed In
letters of white are these, wnnh:
"When you go cast, see ILmnll on
the Uoardwalk, Atlantic City" The
"sticker" is of such slie that permits.
It lielnir nfflxed to tho line.'is of en
vclopes' or other mull mnttoi niittiltfi
pasted upon trunks, and haggling tit
. Just becauso ho had two wives nv
Ing at tho same timo Lum Yen Is nov,
on trial before Judge UoberjRon In thu
'rcderal court. His case came up4hls
morning and the Jury was drawn but a
continuance, was had until Mondav
next. ' " .' .
Leong.Shco and Mow How are the
two spouses of tho man of too many
loves who finds himself in tho tolls
W. W. Thayer represents Lum n hit
Thojur' drawn to try the case con
sists of II. II. Walker, D. F. Thrum,
I). K. lino. L. M. Whltchouso, O.' don
salves, .V. Karrattl, M. II. Webb, C,
Glrdlor, C. T. Klugel,,Paul llartols, W
ll, nopcr and r. k, uynn.
Tho astronomers of tlio States have,
announced (hat therb wl bo an
eclipse of (he moon on tho 23ril, next
Monday.' They stato that it will be A
I . , k ,, ,. . , ,t
tptal c,cl',sc' tho moon entering tho
'liennmlier nl fl!4R n m Ihh lotnl
v- ;-- ......
odllpsd ' bejng at 5:S5 that evening
The BhaaW will be left jjt 7:B8 an;
(he Penuniber n't 8:GC p. m. ' "' '
Thcro will ba no soalon of tho dis
trict pf Federal Court tomorrow, tho
day of tho funeral corompnes over thn
uouy 91 ving, inward vtl pf England
This morning after Impaneling a Jiin-
in Iho caso of a Chneso charged with
bigamy, ,811(1 continuing a few small
matters, Jndgo l)berlQn ndjournel
the Federal Court until Saturday
The Judges of the district court ad-
Journed tljelr chauibera after tho bust.
.Wcdnesdaj'. Mav IS.
Hllo Wlihelmlna, M. H. 8. R, S
tileelo, Kahulul and Knanapall Ne
vndan, l. N. B. 8 , 5 p. m. ""
.1. . ... . . i ,
VE8SEL3 TO DEPART
Thursday, May 19,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr., S
P. m. 's
Friday, May 20.
Maul and llnwall ports .ClatKlIno,
stmr., G p. m. , q
Saturday, May 21,
Ban Tranclsco Korea. P. M. 8. a.
Tuesday, May 24."
Illln vln vva) IKirts tMnuna .Ken,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr. 'u
Maul and Molokal porta Mlkahala,
Wednesday. May 25.
San Tranclsco Wlihelmlna, M. N.
Victoria nnd Vancouver Manuka,
C.-A. S. 8.
Thurtday, May 26.
Kauai orts W. O. Hall, stmr.
Friday, May 27.
Auntrallan "ports via iSiiva Maknm,
C.-A. 8. S.
South and Central American ports
Ilujo Marti, Jap. stmr.
Maul and Hawaii porta Claudlne,
stmr. ' -
Monday, Ma)' 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8. S. '
Per stmr. Claudlne. from Maul and
Hawaii ports, May 19. C. Mitchell,
Miss E. Toomcy, Mnty.Sllva.'JM.rs, F.
Welner, Mrs. Dovcreux, J. 8. n.'I'ratt.
L. Wclniljclmer, Mrs. 1 ,K. .Simpson,
Chas. Gay, I)rrln Apdrews, J. II.
Fisher, Mrs. M. R. Perrelra, Mrrf. I.
Souzn, II, Hiitchtns. 1
Per stmr. W. O. Hnll, from Kauai
ports. May 19. J. R. Meyers. Mrs.
Me) crs. J. II. Coney, A. Robinson.
Mrs. Robinson, Miss Rohlnson, Mrs.
F. L Piitman. r"
Per stmr.. W. O. Hall, for Knual
ports. May 19. Miss M. Rlcdcl, Ai. D.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Mn.nl 'and
Hawaii ports, May 20. Mrs. J. M.
DrUht, Mrs. II. Williams, Miss"" Mar
shall, Mrs. Marshall, A. "V. Peters,
Mrs. J, Hodson, Miss E. M. BCtts, Bov.
W. Ault, Mrs. Ault, Mrs. 8. M. aio
dclros. Miss' M. Corea, Jtoy. yf$,l.
Fcnton Smith, J. Schwartz, J. V. Mar
tinez. ' ' '
Per stmr. Mauna Ken', for Hllo .and
wny ports, Muy 24. W. II. Ueatty.
Miss M. E. Grundiy, Mrs. A. n.
Wright, C. M. Chittenden, A. O. Thur
man, J. Schwartz, Mrs. J. W. Ounn,
Rev. 8, L. Desha.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Novadan, for San
Jj-nnclsco, May 25 Mrs. Kodllng,
Mrs. M. Mitchell.
Per ,M N. 8. B. Wlihelmlna, for
Ban Francisco, May 2fi. Mr. and
Jfrs. L. L. Greenwell, Mrs. E. M.
Styne, MrS. C. II. TJlcker, Ira. Swee
ney, 0. II. Swecrioy, Mr. and Mrs.
M. B. Sissel, Miss Wever, Mrs. T.
Revcs, P. 8, Scudder, E. II. Hand,
F. Gorman, Mrs. McKengue, Saml.
McKeague, E. D. qrapdall, J. II.
Wnlsnn. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Orh.
Henry Alead, H. R. Grant, L. M.
Gray, Charlotte P. Doge, Mrs. P. C
Jones, Mrs. H. Keeper, Mrs. L. K.
Simpson, Mrs. I. E, Uosher, Mrs. D.
Scudder, Mies M. Home, Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Dllllngha.m, 'Mrs. S. Cod
ling, MrB. M. Mitchell, R. J. pwan,
zey. Cant, C. AVerdam, It, Hprno, A.
R. Cqmeron, W, S. Wlte, James ,Mc-'
Clellan. Mlsa E. M. Chrlstman. Mrs.
John K. GandalC Mrs. W. L. Whit
ney, Mrs. E. W. Suton, Miss-J. Jl
Raymond, Mrs. O. Tv Wilder. MJis
Emma C. Wagner, Mrs. C. W.'nwbo.
Miss Mny E. Lcf Tolar, JI. H. Mullcr,
Mlsa M. A. Muller, Miss I. Reld.'Mrs.
Ilrlnclierhoff, Sir James .Mills, Mrs.
F. G. Illssem, T. E. nibhlns. Mrs.
Illbblns, Mrs. P. L. Ijorne, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. T. Oakes, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. P.
Austin, C. 0. Hockus, Gen. J. McClel
lan, Mrs. McClellan, Misses McClel
Inn (2), Louis AnguB, Mrs. Shlpm'an.
Per stmr Mauna Loa, tor Kona and
Kau ports, May 24. W. Pfolenhnner.
Malls are cue at Honolulu
points as follows: 1
Yokohama Per Korea, May'2i.
Colonies Per .Manuka. Mav25.
Vancouver Per Makura.;MayiS7
Malls will depart for the following
polrjt. as follows:
Toiioiinma Per Mongolia, May 30
Vancouver Per Manuka. Mnv 25.
Colonies Per JInkura, May 27.
Ban Francisco Per Korea. Mv 91
L. . ,"
Dlx, arrived at SealllQ.lllaV 1.
Logan, arrived nt'Bnn Franclspo May,
Sherman, sailed from Mnniin m... n
Sheridan sailed from Honolulu Tor
:MnuJla May 14. '
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