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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FIIIDAT. MAY 20, 1010.
Leahl Chapter No, 2 Reg
Hawaiian Third Denree.
Oceanic Flrtt Degree,
' Honolulu Comtnandery
All visiting nicmbors o( the
Order are cordially Invited to
4ttnnd mooting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Ulnlur ruitiurrBFI Members Of
wanmc cnoinccno ,., Ann.
KHEFICIAL ASSigiATIOR. elation, Ill
HARMONY IODOE, No, 3, 1. 0. O. F,
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. I. Hall, Tort Street.
E. It. HENDUY, Socrotary.
It. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K.-;of "P.
Meets overy first and third FrK
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. lUlTT
corner Fort and Borotanla. ATsltrng -
' brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
o. r. heine, k. ti: a.
HONOLULU L0D0E 010, B, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin?
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUailEHTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
if1 ' HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attond.
P. HIGGINS, Sachem.
'E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY ovenlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Rerotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. n. niLEY. V. P.
WM. O. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY L0DQE NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Borctanla. .Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
It pays to havs a G0ERZ LENS on
your Kodak or Camera, because of
the richer and finer results.
Honolulu Photo Supply
Fort, near Hotel '
FILMS AND CAMERAS
HENRY MAY & CO.
Japanese Charged With
Selling Beer At
Thero was a little surprise visit paid
to thp Independence Hall on King
Btroct last night, and the cill resulted
In a auantlty or beer bolnc confiscated
and the proprietor of the show thnt In
running there, bilng arrested.
Chief McDufflc, for the nonce, took
on the duties of Inspector Kennel, and
arranged for un likformcr to go to the
show anil between acts, buy some beer,
which was being freely sold
At nbont ten o clock last evening
tho Infor-mef went Into tho thcalo'r
and, ifler wntchlng the play for some
time, ordered n couple of bottles of
beer. As fish was also sold as refresh
ment tho spy went tho wholo hog and
Indulged In twcntj-flvo cents north of
tho delicacy. A marked dollar had
been given the Informer nnd tho coin
nan ghen to Shnrokanc, tho man who
Is alleged to hive sold tho bccY.
Ah soon ns McDufflc was signalled
that tho transaction was complete hu
marched In and arrested tho booze
merchant. Tho marked dollar was
found In Ids possession and Shnrokanc
congratulated the chief on that fact:
"You lucky," tho Japanese remarked
"littio tinio ueroro ono man glmmle
small chnngn for dollar I havo two In
pocket more. 1 no sabs joii mark
dollar maybo I glvo another1 man you
dollar what tho matter then." It
would hao pvitzted McDufflo If the
marked coin had not been found In
thhjiossossjon of Shnrokanc.
"Tile Jiniancso wns taken to 'the no-
H'fOfatloti and charged with selling
TTQwor without a license. Senator' C.
- F?ni(ngoftn Is acting as Shuro-
kanc's attorney and he this morning
found bill for tho Jnpancso In tho
sum of $100. The case will probably
coma up at tho police court tomorrow
Prepared To Meet Desha
- - At Aala Park
II. M. Knnlho, tho "Cannon Ball
of .Kohala," who Is looked upon ns
tho target by tho promoters of the
mass mooting to bo held at Aala
Park tomorrow evening, wishes to
announce that he Is willing and pro
pared to be present at tho meeting
anavanswer an mo questions, poiiti'
mi, bociai or prnniDiuonai, mat
might bo put to him.
He wishes to git permission, If
possible, from tho leaders of the
meeting to M on the same 'stand
and then answer tho questions that
Ilev. Stephen L. Desha and others
might nsk him.
Kanlho made this statement today
so thnt his prospective oppononts
might bo prepared to answer or rather,
Since bo made his public speech at
Aala Park last Saturday night, Ka-
nlho lenrncd that Mr. Desha, whose
namo was apparently mentioned by
inu rvonnia orator, was greatly dissat
isfied with the attltudo taken that
night. Tho revorend gentleman from
Hllo subsequently decided to answer
ror hllmeclf and on behalf ol Prince
Kalanlanaole who Is absent from tho
Territory. He believes that Kanlho
him done Injustice to tho Prince, ho-
causo ho Is not In tho country, whore
he cah answer for hfmiielf. Rather
than lotting tho matter slide by, Mr.
Desha decided to present himself at
tho mooting tomorrow evening and
then and there respond t6 all the
charges that havo beon made by Kn
nlho against him last Saturday.
'I understand that Mr. Desha will
hold a mass mooting tomorrow night
at Aala Park to contradict my state
ments which I made, last Saturday
night," said Kanfho when toen this
afternoon. "I would llko very much
to bo presont at tho moctlng and moet
face to face with Mr. Desha and argue
on all matters which ho desires to
"If I can get his permission to bo
(iresent tomorrow evening I will bo
thore to answer all his questions and
to ask htm many othor matters which
I would llko the public to know for
themselves by hearing from us at a
public meeting. Personally I am prei
parod to mcot him and othors who
might coma to hi assistance
"I bollove that Is tho shortest wuy
fpr the public to know what is what.
Thej -will certainly hear from us and
we will understand each other better
after wo aro through with our argu
ments." In. nr Island nnd O. R & L shipping
books for salo nt the nullotln
ofllcn 60c each.
(Special Dull e tin Wireless.)
HILO, May 20. B. F. "Dllllnaham
took the first passenger train over the
Hllo railway extension 'to the Honolll
gulch yesterday. The road Is complet
ed two miles out of Hllo and toward
Hak'alau. A great many Hllo' people
accompanied Mr, Dillingham and there
was a general Jollification over the
prospects for' expanding transporta
tion. LOCAL AND GENERAL
It rocs without sa Ins that every
thing Is Best at Tho Encoro.
King phone 657 lor tho best soda
water. Lclthead and Woodward.
7 Seated Auto ror hire, Phone 199
lames Biker, Young Hotel Stand.
Erabroldoicd tiousseaus and luncy
nocdlework. Mrs. II. Bell, 162 Hotel
If J on want n good Job dono on an
auto or carrlago tnko It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St,
There will, be a danco at the Sort
side hotel this evening In honor of
the officers of tho 8an Gabriel.
Tho children aro nlnays happy when
you have a ensd of our soda In the
house Distilled water ut Consolidated
Soda Water Works. Tolophono 71.
Knox summer straw's are here. Stiff
straws 4 50; Panamas $10 to 112.50.
Blha's Toggery, Elks Bldg.. King near
Tomorrow night therq will bd t a
danco at Walalua lna!d of tho 'Waia
lua baseball club and a good tlmo Is
"Bull" Ginger Ale is the most spark
ling; snappy, right flavored clneer'nln
on the market. Bottled by Rycroft's
Fountain Soda Works, phono 270.
Allco L. Hooks has sold to John
Grlbble 14,400 square feet of land on
tho corner of King street and Road 0,
Honolulu, for the' sun) of 13 000.
There will be a crcat tlmn nt txl
iohua tonight when tho privates club
room will bo opened. Five boxing
bouts havo been arranged among tho
Cavalry bojs and there will be a
Thrt Rnrlnt rntnmlttnn nt Ihn V M
C. A. has an invitation out for an out
door reception in honor of Mr. Super
and Dr. Hand which will tako place
Tuesday evening May 24, ni 8 p. m..
at Mr. Supers residence In Manoa
Every amateur photographer should
have a Goerz lens on his kodak or
camera. This lens is used by leading
photographers all over tho world and
Jhe better results achieved fully war
rant tho extra cost. Sold by Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Thero was n Grace scare at Wal
klkl last night, and A. M. Brown on
hla return, from tho danco nt Fort
Shnfter, found'' all his neighbors In a
stalo of excitement nnd anxiously
awaiting his arrive. All tha electric
lights woro turned on and tho "burg
lar" was scared away beforo Brown
could capture him.
AUTO CAUSES .
Levi Joseph, tho Deputy Sheriff of
liana. 'Maul, has' won tho first prize
for hiving first ridden' on a buggy be
tween 'Haha'and Klpahulu. Tho road,
which has been practically Impossible
for carriages In lie past, is now open
to public conveyances.
All kinds of carriages can be driv
en through the Wallua gulch, which,
has been the most obstructive point
between Hnna and Klpahulu. since
the .county fathers appropriated
enough fnnds to mako general Im
provements on tho roads throughout
the district of Hanu, one of tho first
points that was Improved was tho
The Deputy Sheriff slated that ho
was tho first man to droye oyer the
now road, which connects liana and
Klpahulu. He wont to Klpahulu lq
hla automobile and was tho center of
attraction. Tho old residents or the
little town who novcr saw anything
like the automobile beforo were great
ly surprised to know- that n machine
can travel without the aid of anlmalV
MALE C0NVIQT8 IN
Borne. Ga. May 4 All tho male
convicts of Floyd County hava boen
garbed in Mother Hubbards by order
of tho County Commissioners, Tills
action was taken yesterday bcrnuso
of tho numerous escapes recently. The
convicts bitterly opposed tho change,
nit authorities round means in make
thorn don the Mother Hitbbtrda and so
clothed thoj were m,t to work on tho
Ciiy Transfer Co;;
JAS. H. LOVE.
IN FOREIGN PORT .
Friday, May 0.
8AN KnANClSCO-Bnlled May
Bch. Jas. Bolph, ror liana.
SAN FnANCI8CO 8alled May
Bktnc. Coronadn, ror Hono.ulii.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May
Sch, Murlo), from Honolpu, Apill 20.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived May 20. 6 over tho slow voyage It Is chntond
a. m. 8. 8. Tcnjo Maru, hince.ed that tho avoraKS-tramn irolEhtcr
POnT GAMBLE Salled-Maj 19: 8ch.
Robert Lewors, ror Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Mny 19.' 8. -
Chlyo Maru, henco May 10.
KEITH Sailed April 27: Ship Dutri-
rrolshtrc, ror Honolulu.
BYDNBY Arrived sMay 10: S. 8. Ma-
rama.-heocb April 30. .
SALINA CRUZ Sailed May 16: S. S.
Mlssourtan, for San Frnnctsco.
TUttdAy, May 17,
GRAY8 HARBOn Sailed May 10:
Sch. Hclcnc, for Honolulu.
Monday, May 16.
OAVIOTA Balled May 15: Ship M.
Chllcott, for Honolulu.
NEWCASTLE Sailed May 13: 8. 8.
Henley, for Honolulu.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived May 14: 8.
' 8. Columbian, from Hllo April 30.
KAHULU1 'Arrived May 14: Sch.
Borcatls, from Ornjs Harbor.
Saturday, May 14.
0RAY8 HARBOR Arrived May 13:
Sch. II. D. Bcndlxscn, henco Apr. 19.
SEATTLE Arrived May 14: U. 8. T.
Dlx, hence Mny 3,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 11:
8. 8. Mongolia, henco May G.
HILO Arrived May 13: 8. 8J Arlio-
Friday, May 13.
SEATTLE Sailed May 12: S. 8. Vir
ginian, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed May 12: S. 8. Hllo
nW, ror Honolulu.
0RAY8 HARBOR Arrived May 12:
SCh. O. M. Kellogg, from Hllo April
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 13:
Dk. R. P. Rlthot, trom Hllo April 20.
PORT 8AN LUIS-Arrlvod May 13:
8. 8. Santa Rita, from Kahulul Muy
W1LLAPA HARBOR Sailed May 13:
Sch. A. M. Barter, for Mahukona.
PORT ALLEN Sailed May 11: 8. 8.
Alaskan, for Snllna Cruz1.
Thursday, May 12.
EUREKA Balled May 10: Sell. 8e-
qulra, for ,HI'o.
8AN FJUNCI8CO Arrived May 11:
Sch. Jas. Rolph, from Hana.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 11:
If, S. A. T. Logan, henco May 4.
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 12.
8. 8. Mexican, from Sallna Cruz.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 12: 8. 8.
Mapchurla, henco May 2.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 12: 8. 8.
Korea, ror Honolulu.
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived May 12:
Bk. Albert from Kallua.
HILO Arrived May 8: S. .8. .Enter
prise, trom San Francisco.
KAHULUI 8alled May 11: Sch. Ad-
mlral, ror Port Townsend.
KAHULUI Sailed May 11: Sch. M.
Turner, tor San I"rnnclsco.
Wednesday, May 11.
EUREKA Sailed May 10: Sch. Scqut-
ra, ror Hllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Salted May 11, 1
p. m.: 8. 8. Wllhelmlna, ror Hono
lulu. Tuesday, May 10.
BAN FRANCI8CO Sailed May 10, 1
p. m.: 8. S. Aala. lor Honolulu.
SEATTLtf-Arrlvod May 9: B. 8. Hllo-
nlan, from San Francisco.
Monday, May 9.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled May 7,
noon; S. 8. Sierra, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled May 8: 8.
8. NoVadan, for Hbnolulu.
HiATTLE Arrlycd May! 8. 8. Virgi
nian, irom can rranciscu,
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 7. 8. 8
China, .henco April 25;
HILOr-Arrlvcd April 30; Sch. 8. T.
Alexander, from Eureka.
Saturday. Nay 7,
YOKOHAMA Arrive.! May 7j
81. p. China, h'ence"-Ap'rlI 25.
BAN FHANCI8CO-8alled May 7:
S. S, Sierra, noon, for Honolulu.
HILO Arrived, April 30:
schr HE. T. Alexander, from Eure
ka. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Hay 10, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 P. m.
Territory of Hawaii to Oeorgo
H Palrchlld D
Lewis U Underwood and wf to
Henry Waterhouse Tr Co-Ltd, -,-tr
Lllluokaluni (widow) by trs to
Bishop of Zougmn . i , D
J A Victor and wf et al to Helen
C K ThurBton D
Est of Emma Kateleonalanl by
tr to Alexander Young L
Est of Emma Kalolebnalanl. by
tr to Alexander Young ..l.Agrmt
Alexaj.der Young to Territorial ,
Hotel Co Ltd -. A L
Charles J Broad and wf to W
C Achl, tr D
W C Achl, tr, to J Alfred J Ma-
goon i . , , , . M
Josephine L Cornwoll to May K
Brawn ,, D
Entered for Record May 20, 1010.
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Catherine M Claris to Jnmcs
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
despite: the roet iimi thn rtrii.
Ish rrclghtor Rokcby" Ifj sevcnt)-thrco
da j s out from Norfolk, Vn., tho steam
er Vancouver, but ono day less In
making tho passago to Honolulu bring
I ing coal for the local naval station
shipping men nro not nt nil alarmed
Is only capable of making but fhlr time
under tho most favored condition. On
a long trip such as tho Rokoby and
tho Vnricouvcr are making by tho 'way
ot the Horn, tho steamers will not con.
sumo more coal than Is absolutely
THERE WAS a large consignment
ot IlAwnlt products Included in tho
freight list brought to this port by
tho Kona and Kau sloamcr Mauna'Loa
this morning. Tho vessel arrived with
5805 sacks sugar, 181 sacks coffee, 104
sacks taro, 24 sacks hchns, 850 casci
pineapples 25 cases honey, 24 barrels
lemons, 14 crates chickens, 42 bunches
bananas, 30 head cattle, 132 bales
hides and 175 packages sundries. Tbb
steamer met with light rains tand
smooth seas on tho homeward trip.
W1TIHN A FFW days thero should
nrrlvo at this port tho German ship
Rchco nicknters, from Bremen and
other continental ports, bringing u
large general cargo of European mer
chandise Tho vessel comes to tho
agency of if. I lack fold & Co nnd ac
cording to hcr' sailing schedule, the
vessel was out 117 days from tho Gor
man port today,
UNLES8 THE Amcrlcin schooner
George W. Watson, with a shipment
of 'lumber from Gray's Harbor, arrives
at Hllo within the' next row days, the
vessel will go down on the boards for
nn extra long passage from Puget
Sound. Tho vessel sailed from the
lumber port forty days ago and brings
cargo consigned to II. Hacklcld & Co.
LIGHT RAINS prevailed at Nnalehu
during the call of tho steamer Mauna
Loa, according to n report rocelvcd
from Purser Frlolo. There has been
no rainfall at Pahaln tor some time,
however, and that district wouhl bo
greatly benefited by somo or tho show
ers which have favored tho othor lo
THE LOCAL agents for tho Canadian-Australian
liner Manuka, now rn
routo rrom'Sjdncy, N. 8. W., to Van
couver by tho way of Honolulu, have
not been advised concerning tho ves
set's arrival at Suva. Tho Manuka Is
expected to nrrlvo hero on noxt Wed
nesday. SEVEN THOUSAND sacks or sugar
havo been takon on board tho steamer
CaBcnde, at Honokaa during tjm stay
of tha vossel at the Hawaii port. The
vessol will arrlvo hero with a deck
load or cattle In addition to her largo
consignment ot sugar.
BUGAR AWAITING shipment along
windward Hawaii ports according to
tho purser of thcMaima Ijm Includes
tho following:, Hohuapo, 1925; Puna
lull, 2300; Honokaa, 11,000; Kukul
hacle, 7000; Kuknlau, 3700; Paauhau,
2300; Paaullo, COO.
THE AMERICAN bark S. C. Allen
Is ready for sea and It Is expected
that tho vessol will depart ror Aber
deen today, Tho Allen arrived hero
on April 29 with a shipment or lum
ber consigned to Allen ft Robinson.
TIIE INTE'R-ISLAND stomier Hot
eno has been placed on tho berth to
sail tor Hawaii ports. Including Paau
hau, Laupahoehoo and Papaaloa at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
UPON THE arrival of (he Matson
Navigation steamer Wllnelfrilnn from
Hllo pn Sunday morning, tho vcdsel
will be nsslgnod to a berth at the
THE DEPARTURE of tho schooner
Robert Lewors from Port Gamblo
with a shipment of I umbo r .to I the
agenoy of Lewors & Cooke Is report
THE AMERICAN, barkcntlne B. O,
Wilder,1- with a shipment ot merchan
dise from Ban Francisco, was sixteen
days out from the California port to
AFTER A SHORT passage from Ho
nolpu, tho American sch'oonor Muriel
Is roportcd to havo arrived at Ban
DEPARTING FOR Hana, the Amer
ican schooner James Rolph Is report
ed to hnvo sailed from San Fianclsco
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Hllonlan will berth at the railway
arrival ihere tomorrow
THE CANADIAN.AirnTrtAI.lAN tin.
or Mnkma, a'rrlving rfom Vancouver
on May 27, vVill brine, American mall.
ARRIVED j' DEPARTED t (
Thursday, May 19.
Fort Brngg Expansion, Am. schr.,
Friday, May 20.
Kona and Kau ports Maunn Loa,
ctmr., n. m.
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn. Rokcby, Br. Btmr.
Norfolk, Vn Vancouver, Br1, sltnr.
Friday, May 20.
San Francisco via Henttto Hllonlan,
M. N. S. 8.
Saturday, May 21.
Hongkong via Jnpan ports Korea, P.
M. S. 8.
Hllo via wny ports Mauna Ken,
Sallna Cruz via Ban Francisco nnd
Puget Sound Virginian, A.-H. 8. S.
Sunday, May 22.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr,
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahals,
Hllo-Wllhclmlnn, M. N-. S. 8.
Nowcastle, N. 8. W. Bt. Dunstnn,
Wednesday, May 25.
Australian ports via 'Suva Manuka,
U.-A. S. 8.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, May 26.
Hawaii via Mnul ports Claudtno,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria, and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A, 8. 8.
Hongkong via Japan ports Buyo
Maru, jap. stmr.
Saturday,- May' 23.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Ke.1,
8undy, May '29.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr, '
Maul and Molokal ports Mlknlmlu
Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongolia. P, M. 8. 8,
8unday, June 5.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Henley, Br.
CAPTAIN DAVIDSON, master of
tho British freighter Strathgyle, has
secured a now crow to take the place
of twenty-thrco Chlnesd who Indulged
In a mutiny on board that vessel the
othor day. The Strathgyle Is now
ready for sea, the last ot tho coal-con
signed to tho Inter-Island Steam Nav
Igatlon Company having been dls
charged today, Tbo vessel will sail
for Newcastle, N. 8. W., tomorrow, ac
cording to tho present calculations ot
ACCORDING TO latest advices re
ceived at tho local naval station, tho
United States cruiser' Chattanooga ar
rived at Shanghai, China, on May 2.
Tho vessel Is proceeding o Mnro Is
land, there to go out ot commission
Tho Chattanooga will call nt Ouam
before proceeding to Hbnolulu ahtl San
Franclrco. Tho cruiser Is not ex
pected t6 arrive' here much beforo the
latter end of tho'-month.
IT IS EXPECTED that the Amcrl
can schooner Jano L. Stanford will ba
'dispatched ror Puget Sound ports on
we have'with IIS
at THE yoorio.
Thursday, May 19.
L. Wclnzhefmcr, Lanal; Chas. Guy,
Wednesday, May 18.
J. R. Moycrs and wire, Kanal; Mr,
and Mrs.1 A. Robinson, Makawell;
Miss Elnor'e rtoblnson, Makawell;
Lester 1). Robinson, Makawell.
Tuesday, May 17,
Miss J. i. Raymond, Brooklyn, N.
Y.; RObt. N McEldowney, Burling'
amo, Cal.;, Mrs. F. W. Krause, 8a.i
Wednesday, May 18.
M. Jongenetr, 'Wahtawa.
DOUBLE BABY, ONE -
Chicago, May 4. A case "which In
mnny ways eclipses that of tho 81a
nieso twins was brought to light job
terday when tho 7-mortths-old son cf
Martin Ptzln'ger died trom on opera
tion at the Norwegian hospital. ThB
operation dfeclos'cd the fact that a
child about sovon months ndvancol
waa In tbo procoss or fommtlon In hlj
SJx doctors beside' thosa' who dhl
I mo worK wero witnesses to tho opera
tion, wiucn was' supposed to have been
ror n tumor. Tho first thing thnt at
tracted the attention or thn nhTnlrltm
wo tho foot. Closer Bxamlnatlmi
showed that tho Inner child was poi-l
fectly formed In every particular. '
SK IlfBBr'SBBrSBr J BB"4w m MeSBrSBBS-SBi
Thlirsriav. Mnv 19.
Knuat ports W. O. Hall, stmr., S
t VE88ELS TO DEPART i
Friday, May 20.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlnc,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Saturday, May 21.
Nowcastle, N. B. W.yStrathg) Ic, Br.
strdr.. p. m. '
Paauhau, Laupahochoe and Papaloa
Heicne, stmr., 3 p. m.
San Francisco Korea. P. M. B. 8.
, Tuesday,, May 24,
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
rvaiial ports Klnau, stmr.
MAul and Molokal ports Mikahnta,
Wednesday. May, 25.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
Victoria and Vancouver Manuka,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Thursday, May 26.
Knttal portB W. G, Hall, Btmr.
Friday, May 27.
Australian ports via l3uva Malum,
C.-A. 8. 8.
South and Central American ports
Bujo Maru, Jap. stmr.
Maul and Hawaii porta Cluudlne,
Monday, Ma- 30.
Japan ports and Hungkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8, B. t
Per stmr, Mauna Loa, from Kona
and Kau ports, May 20. T. C. Willis,
Geo. am, Mrs. am, V. o. am', w. o.
GUI, Miss aill, J. Cullcn, Jr. Mrs. J.
Aca, J. O. Pratt, B. P. Hcllbron, T. E.
Crook. Mrs. It. M. Wells, Mrs. H.
Bradthaw, Mrs. M. Harvey, M, M.
Klmh-ill, R.W. Hosmor, II. McCubhln,
Mrs. M. Curloy,
Per stmr. W, 0, Hall, foi Kauai
ports, May 19. Miss M. Hlcdol,. 1).
t PA88ENQER8 BOOKED I
.-.. i i.
Per B'mr. Claudlno, for Maul an I
Hawaii ports, May 20, Mrs. J M.
Brlrfht, Mrs. B. Williams, Miss Mar
shall, Mrs. Marshall, A. V. iPctors,
Mrs. J. Hodson, Miss E. M. Belts, Rev.
W. Ault. Mrs. Ault, Mrs. 8. M- Me
delron, Miss M. Corea, Rev. 'W. H.
Fcnton Smith, J. Bchwnrtz. J. P. Mar
tinez. Per stmr. Mauna Kea, tor Hllo nnd
wny ports. May 24. V. II. Beatty,
Miss M. E. Orundry. Mrs. A. B.
Wright. C. M. Chittenden. A. O. Thur
man. J. Schwartz, Mrs. J. W. Gunn,
Itcv. S.' L. Desha. ,J
Per' M. N. S. S. Novadnn, tor Sou
FtnnclBco May 25 Mrs. Kodllng,
Mrs. M. Mitchell.
' Per M. N. 8. B. Wllhelrhlnn, for
8an Francisco, May 25. Mr. and
Mrs. L. L. Grcenwell, Mrs. 0. M.
Styno, Mrs. C. B. Dicker, Mrs. Swoe
hey, O. II. Sweeney, Mr, and Mrs.
M. 8. 8lsscl, Miss Wovor, Mrs. T.
Roves. F. S. Scudder, E. 11. Hand,
P. Gorman, Mrs. McKeague, Santl.
McKcaguo, E. D. Crandall, J. B.
Watson, Mr. and Mra. W. K. Orth,
Henry Mead, .11. R. Grant, L. M.
Gray, Charlotte P. 'Dodge, Mrs. P. C.
Jones. Mrs. II. Keener, Mrs. L. K.
Simpson, Mrs. M. E. Boshcr, Mrs. D.
Scudder, Miss M.- Home, Mr, and
Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, Mrs. 8 Cod
ling, MrB. M, MltcholUB. J, 8wnn
zey, Capt. C. AVerdam, II, Home, A.
It. Cameron, W. 8. Wltto, James Mc
Clellan, Miss E. M, Chrlstman, Mrs.
John K. Oandall, MrB. W. L. Whit
ney, Mrs. E. W. 8iUton,. Miss J. E.
Raymond, Mrs. a T. Wlldor Miss
Emma 'C. Wngnor, Mrs. C. W. Beebo.
Miss May E, Le Tolar, H. II. Muller,
Miss M. A. Muller, Miss I. Reld, Mrs.
Brftvckerhoff, Sir James Milts, Mrs.
F. G. Illssem, T. E. Illbblns, Mrs.
fllbblns. Mrs. P. L. Home, "Mr. and
MrB. U. T. Oakcs, Dr. and Mrs, W. P.
Austin, C. O. Bockus, Gen. J. McClel
lan, Mrs." McClellan." Misses- McOlol
lan (2), Louis Angus, Mrs. Shlpniau.
Per stmr Mouna Loa, tor Kona and
Kau ports. May 2t W. Pfotenhauer,
A. Hnnoborg, r . , ,
vMalla aro cue at Honolulu from
points as follows:'
Yokohama Por Korea, May 2L
ColonleS Pc? Mantika. MUy 2fl.
Vancouver Por Makura, May 27.
nan r rancisco ii'or Mongolia, May 30.
Malls will depart (or the (ojlnwiui
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Mongolia, May 30.
Vancouvor Per Manuka. May' 25.
Colonies Por MaHura. May- 27,
Son r ra.ncjBco Per Kofea, May 21.
TRANSPORT. 8ERVICE. T
J . - . x
Dlx, arrived at Seattlo May 14.
Iogan, arrived at San Francisco May
Sherman, sailed 'from Manila. May' 14.
Sheridan' sailed trom Honolulu ror
Manila May H.
ACCOBDINO TO information re.
delvod here the birkontlno Hawaii
sailed Irom Nowcnstlo. N. 8. Wi. wrlth
nshtpmcnt'or coal flfty-flvo' days ago-
Tho vessel annum show up most any
day, The, coal In dentlned for Mnhu
Tor Salo" cards at Bullotln.