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EVENING- BtJLtETm, nONOLULTJ, T. It.. SATURDAY, MAT 21, 1910.
P Masonic Temple
I ' A
M ' Weekly Calendar
Ps Leahl Chapter No. 2 Reg-
pi. ' - ular.
E)A Hawaiian Third Degree.
ral Oceanic First Degree.
Btf , THURSDAY:
ft. ' Honolulu Commandery
Ki'-' ' Red Cross.
I' All visiting members of tne
J Order nro cordially Invited to
f. attond meetings nf loco) lodges
Meet on tbe
2nd and 4th
at K. T. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' ch A '
MNEFICIALASSIATIOt elation, cor
HARMONY I0D0E. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 tn I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Streot.
B. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHH IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P,
Meets evory first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 tu K. ir 1'. IIhIL
corner Fort and Dcrotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES. C. C.
O. 1'. HEINE, K. It. a )
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610, H. KiO.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, ovory Friday even
ing. Awaiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY. H. R.
GEO. T. KLUKUBL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs-
' days ot each (month at Knights ot
-.. ' PythUs;IIall. .Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HIGGINS, Sachem.
, E. V. TODD. 0. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE HO. F. 0. E,
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Dcrotanla and Fort itrcets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to. at
tend, .,!. "' W. R. RILEY, W. P.
tf IVM. C. McCOY, Sec.
.'..wA'MbKiht.t?v T.nnn-R vn a- -'
fy.v zr ----- ..w, w, .
fcfc - . ii. UF r.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7,30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Dcretnniu. Visit
Ibg brothers cordially Invited' to it
II. A, -TAYLOR. C. C.
EA. JACODSON, K. R. 8.
IBS . yi
Wt It pays to have a UOERZ LENS on !
Ri'.yonr Kodak or Camera, because of f
Fy.'the rioher and finer results.
Kjft, BOLD I1V
:t Honolulu Photo Supply
ft. Fort, near Hotel . i i
2 '. ANSCO 1
5 MS AND CAMERAS 111
Hi- finrrpv'c Itrl i'V
f FRESH CHOCOLATEH
K : HENRY MAY & CO.
HP k Phone 22
San Francisco Hotels
Army and Navy Headauarteri.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 per day up
wiin onm f. vs.uu per day up
Meals table d' hotc or a la' carte
Management of Gn C. Larm.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phor-e 301.
r77 Mar. 2Gj Apr. 2, 9, 16, ,23.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppotiti Hotel St. Fraodi
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, f urnlsh-
I ncs cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
ferrlngallovercity. Omnibus meets
alt trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Tlotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Triwct3. ABC Code.
Wiat You Should
is obtainable in its highest
excellence and is correctly
served in attractive surround
ings at the ever popular
Corner" Hotel and Bethel Sts.
; Summer Months
. ..-.Special Rates for Teachers
Sachs Block, Fort and Eeretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, SI per day
$10 and u D words nor month. Snlen-
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
Fint-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathinp; on the Beach
W. C. BER01N. Prop. .
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
THE ORPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
Delivered to rtnasnjei
and office at 25o pei
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O. BARNHAttT,
1SS Mtrehant L
i4tiufi-.tu'a from, pur distilled v
r.' Clvfrd to any part of elty k)
nU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
l sap-nULLETIN ADO PAY-qppj
LOCAL AND GENERAL
TIio lllio court houso Is Roon to be
renovated and repainted.
It goes without saying that ovory
thing la Ucst at The Encore.
Hlng phono 667 for tho best soda
.water. Leithcad and Woodward.
7-Scatcd Auto for hire. Phono 199
Janieu Rakor. Young Hotel Stand-
Embroidered ttouaacaus and inner
ncodlowork. Mrs. 11. Uell. 162 Hotol
If you want n good Job done on an
auto or carrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 8t.
MeosrB. Watson and del Orto, brok
ers nnd dealors In bananas, aro In
vestigating tho situation on Hawaii.
Tho Kentucky saloon Is as famed
for good liquors as tho State of Ken
tucky. .Jack Tloborts Is tho propri
etor. Tho children aro always happy.when
you have a case of our soda In the
house Distilled water ut Consolldotcd
8oda Water Works. Tolcphono 71.
Order 'n caso of Coca Cola from
Hawaiian Soda AVorks. Yoitll find It
tho moiit delightful hevcrago you ever
tasted. Phono BIG. ,.
'Dull" Ginger Alo la tho .most apark
ling, snappy, right flavored ginger ale
on tho market. Honied by Ilycroft's
Fountain Soda Worka, phono 270. ,,
Manuel Pcsana Itels, who has been
ailing for some time, died this morning
at 11 o'clock. Mr. Itels had been
staying at his daughter's homo on l.u
The Bullotln'a Hllo correspond
ent glvea a very Intcrettlng and com
plete statement of the Prohibition cam
paign aa rt tndf on the Dig Island
up to date. This will appear fn
Wm. McKlnloy Lodgo No. 8, K. P..
will hold a apodal convention this
evening at 7:30 o'clock: work In tho
third rank to ,bo followed by refresh
ments. Members of alstor lodgos and
visiting members .cordially Invited.
Tomorrow morning iall tho fifteen
miles runnern of tho city will bo at
tho league grounds, where training
stunts and flvd mile trials will tako
place. A big photograph of tho pea's
and trainers Is also to be taken, and
tho whole scene should bo an animat
On May 30 at Kaplolsnl Park there
will bo Rome fine blcyclo races In
which all tho best riders In tho Terri
tory will take part. Ten events will
bo run oft and tho prizes will all be
first clasa bicycles. Tho riders .will
ho graded according to age nnd final
dctalla will bo arrongod noxt week.
Tcmpornry Injunction has been
granted by Judgo Rolilnaon against
Ikuwa Kcalaula and Dcbila Emma
Moesman-for Interfering In any way
with wntcr Impounded by Kaneohtf
il.ee Mill Comuany at Wain. Ewa.
Honolulu. The plaintiff company
asked for a permanent injunction.
It Is charged that parlies are seit-
tering broken luss along portions of
mo roads in Konn district, which treat
ment oT thoroughfares had a disastr
ous effect upon the rubber tlrcg lof
automobiles. Several prominent Ho-1
noiuiuans were mado to suffer much
Inconvcnlcnco because of tho vandal
Colonial Draperies at Whitney &
Miss Power has JuBt rccclvod some
beautiful new summer, millinery. Par
lors, Doston building, fort streot.
Wood and coal at lowest market
prices and best grades delivered
promptly by Union-Pacific Transfer
Co., phone 58.
Yellow crepe paper, cut nice and
even at the factory, lor making lilma
lets, can bo bought at A. B. Arlclgh
& Co., Hotel street.
For a .wedding gift what would be
more pleasing than a cholco book or
sot. Sco the Drown & Lyon Co., thoy
aro provided for the Juno rush.
Many now arrivals In handsome
dress goods and novelttos at Sachs'
Dry Goods Co. this week. Tbe goods
aro now and fresh and 'tho prices ex
tremely low. 8co ad In this lssuo.
Jordan's purchased specially cheap
fifty pattorn hats. A sale of this pur
chase together with their own. beauti
ful lino will Begin In their ready-to-wear
department upstairs on Monday
Wearers of Regal Shoos aro always
pleased with their footwear. Rcgals
wear longest, aro most comfortable
and right up to tho mlnu)o In style,
Regal Shoo Store, corner King and
Deautltul now .hats now on view at
,thatnow storo ot Dunn's Hat Shop.
Fort streot just abovo Hotel. The
now syles Includo tho latest Paris
fancies, among which are Hlndostao
turbans, chanticleer' and taxi.
To tho. young man looking for o
t'ooju wo recommend tho Hotel Majes
tic, corner of Fort' and Derelanla
utree.ts. Tno rooms in (his hotol aro
well fiurnlshed, woll cared for and cool
and tho rent la most reasonable. .
Uy careful handling and close at
tention to all details, tho French
Laundry, 258 Uoretanla streot, has
built up a well deserved reputation
that brings them many idellcate gar
ments for washing, dyeing or dry
When Raby .was stck, we gave her
When she was a Child, she cried toi
When sho became Miss, she clung to
' Castorla,, ,
When she had Children, shr gave thorn
mk.imwmimi'mzkito t . - ,--:,-. -
City Transfer Co.;'
JAS. H. LOVE.
PAVINQ CONTRACT '
(Continued from Psjc t
IN THE SUPREME, COUIll' 01' THE
TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
OCTOBER 'TERM, 1909.
B. J. LORD v. THE CITY AND
COUNTY OK HONOLULU; J. A.
OILMAN, AND JAMES HICK
NKLL, AUDITOR OP THE CITV
'AND COUNTY OP HONOLULU.
APPEAL KROMr CIRCUIT COURT,
Argued May 17, 1910.
Decided May 21, 1910.
HARTWELL, C. J., PERRY AND DE
Municipal corporations contract for
.patented pavement competitive
The statute. Sec. 1 Act 62 8. L.
1909, does not rcqulro com
petitive b.ltlA for a contrnct.by
the, City and'County of Hono
lilu ,,for'n patented street
pavement as the samo docs
not admit of competition.
OPINION JOF THE COURT I1Y
HARTWELL. C. J.
With the exception below mention
ed tho case Is correctly stated by tho
plaintiff as follows: "This -Is n bill
for Injunction brought by a taxpayer
to restrain the City and County of
Honolulu from entering into a con
tract with J. A. Oilman for tho pav
Ing of a portion of Fort Streot, Ho
nolulu, and to restrain tho auditor
of tho city and countv from maklne
payments under said contract. The!
complaint Is based on the facta that
this contract Involves the expendi
ture or over 1000, to-wlt'about il6,
000, of public 'money for u public
worn, ana mat it was awarded with
out public advertisement for ten-1
dcrs, and was, not .awarded to tho1
lowest bidder, ,as required by law..
Tho caso was hoard upon the bill of
complaint and upon tho return of
rcspondontB to an order to show,
cause why an injunction should not.
Ipsuej and from tho decree of the'
third Judgo of the first circuit court
tiipreunon mnde dismissing iim i.iii
(this appeal Is taken. Uy stipulation
I also, the roturnils adopted as tho an
swer ot the respondents, bo that tho
uecrco.la final. Tho ahBwer of the;
respondents' return Is: (1) That'
tho complainant Is without sumrlpnt
interest, In tho subject matter to en
title him to relief; (2) that .the'
pavement mentioned sln the hilt of
complaint Is the product of a patent
ed process which Is In a class by It
self, and that the respondent, Gil
man, Is tho only person in Hawaii
authorized to cntor into contracts
for Installing and constructing such.
pavement in the Territory of Ha
waii: from which tho respondents
conclude: That tho .execution of a
contract for such 'Bttullthlc' pavo
ment would be for a purpose not ad
mitting of competition." Tho plain
tiff, however, admitted In his brief
In reply and In argument that the
answer wss that Oilman ,was tho
only person authorized to enter Into
a contract for constructing the pavo
ment In Hawaii.
Tho Injunction was denied upon
hearing the order to show cause. ' ..
,8cc. 1, Act 62, S. L. 1909. enacts:
"No expenditure of public money, ex
cept for salaries .or pay of officers
or employes, or lor pormanent .set
tlements, subsidies or other claims
or objects for which a fixed sum or
sums must bo paid by law, or for
other purposes which do not admit
of competition, whore the sum to ho
expended shall be Five Hundred Dol-
lors (1500.00) or moro, shall bo
made, except under contract let ott
er public advertisement for sealed
tenders, In the manner provided by
law; and no expenditure for public
purposes shall bo .so divided or par
celled os to defeat or evade tho pro
visions of this section. Provided,
however, that any county, or city
and coupty .may, if Its Board of Su
pervisors shall so decide, expend
sums In pxcess of Five Hundred
Dollam (S500.00) upon road work
or repairs without contracting there.
Too, detendpnts' contention Is (1)
the plaintiff has no' right merely as
a taxpayer to the Injunction prayed
for; (2) the pavement contracted for
Is a patented process not admitting
of competition, and (3) expenditure
In excess of 1500 Is .authorized upon
road work or ropalrB "without con
tracting therefor" lu the ,wav re-
quired by statute, namely, upon com
The question .whether a taxpayer's
right to an Injunction Is confined to
cases of .unauthorized use ot public
money In which he has -a direct pe
cuniary Interest and .does not Include
esses of authorized use In a way In
hibited by statute In which he bus
no pecuniary Interest does not re
quire consideration tn ylaw pf tho
conclusion reached by us upon the
We will consider whother the pro
posed expenditure for tho patented
pavement, not being for claims or ob
jects "for which n fixed sum or sums
miist( ho paid by law," Is "for othpr
purpose which ido not admit of com-
wwr ? w- wn ,1. jUSMg"- - x jam si milium h -U'WWBIWWWMIWNslllMESaBMHWWM
- - - - -
What are purposes of expenditure
which "do not admit of competi
tion"? It Is clear that tho selection
ot tho kind ot pavement best .adapt
ed to tho public streets of Honolulu,
It now pnvement is required, or de
ciding whether paving Is likely to
be better than the macadamizing to
which tlto public is accustomed pre
sents no judicial question.
The plaintiff submits that select
ing a patented pavement obtainable
from only one source Is against tho
policy of tho statuto which Is In
tended to prevent graft or favori
tism and that In ordor to accom
plish this object the requirement of
competitive bids -Implies prohibition
of such .selections; .and that tho least
that ought to he required Is that a
patented pavement obtainable from
only one source ought not to be con
tracted for, unless It is shown that
other equally good pavement Is not
obtainable by advertising for compe
ting offers. The plaintiff's conten
tion that until bids are .called for no
one can say that agents elsewbero
would not offer the patented pavo
ment at a lower nrlco than Is asked
by the local agent Oilman was cx-l
pre&sly withdrawn In his brief in1
reply and In argument.,
Thcro Is a limit beyond which ar
bitrary exercise of power can not ho
avoided, and this Is recognized by
the exception In tho statute from
competition in respect of claims or
objects "for which a fixed sum or
sums must be pal'd by law." Tho
expenditures "for other purposes
whljh do not admit of competition"
not -being for sum of money fixed
by law or ascertainable by means of
competitive bldsinust bo determlpod
by tho reasonable exercise mf dis
cretion on the part of tho board of
supervisors, tor how othcrwlso can
they be determined? We are not
authorized to declare that thero can
uu no expenuuurcs lor street paving i
qr that ,no patented pavement can bo
purchased-' unless Its owner .has
agents ready to underbid each other I
In selling It. To declare such a doc
trine ot law on the ground that It In
public policy to prevent discretion-1
ary expenditures would obviously bo'
to .lgiiorQ the statute which contcm-,
plates such expenditures nnd would
bo an unwarranted assumption of
Judicial powor. For tho necessity or
propriety of expenditures which do
not admit of competition thcro can
be no rule" or law other than that of
common honesty and Intelligence. To
submit tho municipality .to .unneces
sary or oxorbltant exponscs for street
paving or for any other purpose
points to the dreary graft and cor
ruption abuses nf which municipal
government .appears to be so often
susceptible, and we .are glad ,to ob
serve that tho plaintiff's attorneys
say that thoy "do not claim nor In
fer thero to be the fcllghtost suspi
cion In this Instance" .of .graft or
favoritism. When a case, of fraud is
presented thoro will be no difficulty
In obtaining an injunction from a
court of equity, but this Is not such
Referring again to tho mooning of
tho Btstuto, it Is n "purposo" not ad
mitting of competition If, as In this
caso, the desired material is obtain
able from no .other person than tho
patentee's agont who alone .can apply
It to tho required .use. But the Im
possibility of obtaining ,thls pavement
from .any .ouo else than from Oilman,
the. solo ,ngcnt for Its sale In Ihls Ter
ritory, Isiovident and to advertise for
competing bids from othor .agents,
whether iwlthln or without .tho Terrl
toiy, would not only be usoloss .but
Consideration then or the statuto
and .of the acts In the .case leads to
tho conclusion that tho1 proposed .ex
penditure under tbe paving contraot ils
for a purposo -which does not "admit
Against .the plaintiff's citations of
decisions upon construotlon of stat
utes ,to render them eft cctlvo .for their
Intended -object .and that a statutory
.requirement .ot '.competing bids Impli
edly prphlbltsi,the uso ot a patented
pavemcat..thodifciulaiiU citu cases to
tho effect that courts liavo no power
to.enjoln tho uso by, a municipality, of
patented street pavements although
obtalnsblo only from tho patentee or
Ill the cases piled upon tho right' ot
a municipal corporation under statutes
requiring competitive bids to uso a
patented pavement securing .to the, pat
onteo a monopoly .tho courtsVeaoh-tdl-
rectly , opposite .conclusions upon the
principle Involved but luive no occa
sion to consider .the effect of a statu-j
tory provision Ilka our .own which ex-
oepts expenditures for purposes which !
da, not admit ot competition.
Tho following, cases illustrato tho
opposing vlows or general .statutes jin
on tho subject: Contract valid with
out advertisement: Hobart v; Detroit,
17 Mich. 245; In ro Dugro, 50 N. Y.
513,' Sljsby Mfg.. Co, v. Allontown, 153
Pa. St. 319; Baltimore v. Flaek, 64
AU. (Md.) .702; Holbrook v. Toledo,
Circuit Court ot Lucas .County, Ohio,
1900; Saunders v, Iowa 134 la. 132)
8wf( v. Rt.'Loulfi, 1R0 'Mo; R0 Field
r. Rather Anplmlt Pining Co., 11T
Fed. 826. Contract1 Invalid without
) ARRIVED i DEPARTED
Saturday, May ,21,
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea, I
P, M. 8. S., 9 a. m.
fiallna Cruz via San Francisco and
8eattle Virginian, A.-H. 8. 8., 8 a. m. '
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr., 7 u. m. I
Hawaii' porta Cascade, stmr., a. m.
Saturday, May 21,
Seattle Hllonlan, M. N. S; 8. noon.
VE8SEL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Rokoby, Br. stmr.
Norfolk, Vs. Vancouver, Br. stmr.
Sunday, May 22.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mikahala,
Hllo Wllhclmlna, M. N. 8. 8.
Nowcastlo. N. 8. W. St; Dunstan.
Br. stmr. '
Wednesdsy, May 25.
Australian ports vln Suva Manuka,
C-A. B. 8. "
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, May 26.
Han ait, via Maul ports Clatidlno,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C-A. 8. 8.
Hongkong via Japan ports Buyo
Mum .inn. imr. i
Saturday, May 28. j
Hllo via way ports Mauna Ken,
Sunday, May 29.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr,
Maul and Molokal pqrts Mikahala.
Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M, 8. 8.
Sunday, June 5.
Newcastle, N. 8. W. Henley, Dr.
Mulls are rue at Honolulu' f rom ,
points ss follows
Yokohama Per Korea, May 21
Colonies Per -Manuka. May 25,
Vancouver Per Makura. May 27.
San KranclHC( iPcr Mongolia. Ma'v 30.
Malls will depart lor the' follnwios .
points as follows:.
Yokohama Per Mongolia, May 30,
Vancouver Per Manuka,- May 25.
Colonics Per Makura, .May 27.
San Francisco Per Korea, May 21.
A DELAY In receiving her ollnttnont
ot sugsr at Hllo may result ln' tho Wll-
helmina not arriving at Honolulu at a
very early hour on Suny morning.
The steamer Is taking on about three'
thousand tons of sugar at tho Hawaii,
port. Tho American-Hawaiian freight
ers have been arriving at Hllo about
a. wcok ahead of tbolr regular sched
ule and havo tn soveral lnstancoi
cleaned up tho avilablo sugar at tho
warehouses. About forty passengors
are making a round trip to Hawaii
by tho Wllhclmlna,
THE BARK Andrew Welch. Kelly
master, has arrived at San Francisco
after twenty-thrco days' passage to
tho coasL Tho -windjammer Sailed
from Honolulu on April 27th -taking n
full shipment of sugar and a row pas
ADVICES received by tho local
agents for' tho Canadian Australian
liner Makurn'announces-the departure
of that vessel from Vancouver-yester-'
day. 'Tho'Makura Is bound for Austra
lian ports calling at Honolulu and Suvu
THE SAILING of tho harkcntlno Co
rotiado from San Francisco -with n full
shipment of merchandise' destined for
Hawaii Is roportod. Tho vessel salt
yesterday and is bringing cargo for
THE JAPANESE liner Chlyo Maru
Balling from Honolulu fori Yokohama
on May' 10th has arrived at tho Jap
anese port according to cables receiv
THE DEPARTURE of tho British
ship Dumfrle'shlre from Lclth with 'gen
eral cargo destined for Honolulu Is
reported on April 27th.'-
i fyi ' r
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Rev. Wallace ot Kona will occupy
tho pulpit In 8L .Clement's Church to
Two Insane Japanese arrived from
Hllo this- morning, and wero taken at
once to tho Asylum.
Up till noon today 543 automobiles
had' been .registered .at the police sta
tion, and thero aretUIII moro to come.
A Portuguese, wh6 Is allogcd to be
Insane, was brought tn from Walalua
this morning and turned .over to tho
Insane Asylum authorities.
Tho regular annual luau of the Kn-
mehamcha ,01rU Alumnao .Association
will bo givon In tho dining room of
tho Girls' School at 6 o clock .thls.even
ing. It Is .an invitational affair. 1
advertisement: Dean v. .Charlton, 23
Wis. 680; Flshburn v. Chicago, 171
III. 338; Monoghan v. Indianapolis.
76 N. E. (Ind.) s24; Flneran v. Cen
tral Bltuilthlc Paving Co., 116 Ky,
495; Nicholson Pavement Co. v. Pajn,t
er, 35 CoL 699; 1 Dillon, Mun. Corp.,
3 Ed., Section .467.
The. conclusion that competing
bids are not, required renders it, un
necessary to consider the defendants'
C. F. Clemons and C. C. Bitting,
(Thompson, Clemons & Wilder on the
brier) for plaintiff.
F. W. Mllverton. Deputy City and
County Attorney (J. W. Optur-art. City
nnd County Attorney, with him on
tho brief), for defendants.
Friday, May 20.
Maul and Hawaii ports Clsudlne,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Saturday, .May 21.
Nowcastlo, N. 8. W. Strathgylo, Ilr.
stmr., a. m.
Abcrdocn, Wash. Jano L. Stanford,
Am. echr, a. m. ,
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
8sturday, May 21.
Paauhau, Laflpahochoe and Papnloa
Heleno, stmr., 3 p. m,
San Franclsco-Korca, P. M. 8". 8.,
5 p. tn.
Tuesday, May 24.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr.- ' .
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mikahala.
Wednesday. May 25. ''
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
8. 8. ' . , -
Victoria and Vancouver Manuka,
C-A. 8. 8. ,,
Thursday, May 26.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. Btmr.
' Friday, May 27.
Australian ports via duva Mokuru,
C-A. 8. 8.
South and Central American ports
Huvo Maru. Jan. Btmr.
Ms-ul and Hawaii ports Clsudlne,
Monday. Mai- 30.
Japan ports and Ituogkong Mon
golia, P. M. 8. S.
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, from Hllo
via way ports., May 21, Dr. Austin
and wife, Miss M. t,. Douglas, U Ay
crs, F. Cannon, J. McCuilough, G. W.
Corbley, -E. 'B. Crandoll, 'F. W. Payne,
Tourln. F; W, Damon, J, A. Richards
and .wife. W. J. Whltoand wife, J. Mo
Foddcn, A. It. CamcronrV. Darlon, A
C. Rodrlques T. Kcldera, S.'Bj Fuji
yama, J. L. Cockuurn; Wni. Mutch, L.
Dllly.Orto and wife, Miss A. R.'Town-
iBcnd. Mlrs Martlnsen, Dr. Bun, Rea K.
Shlfmlgco. Miss E. Udgste.'RobL Hall,
L. L. .Qrccnwoll and wife. Mrs.-C. W.
Beetle, Wss E. Hall, F. J, Llndeman,
T. Tokleta, G. C: Aklna, R. McWaync,
W. L. West, W. A. Ramsey, 'W. O.
Franklin .nnd -wife.
Per P. M. 8. S. Korea, from HonB-
kone via Janan Boris For Honolulu:
Mr. and Mrs. J. J: Ncwcombe. AUW.
niftier, James Rode and H; E. Walker,
I Per M. N. H. 8i Hllonlan from-San
Francisco and Seattle It. II. Haysel-
den, Mrs. aiayscldon,
Per stmr; .Claudlno, -for Maul and
Hawaii ports, May 20. Mrs. J M.
Bright, Mrs. B. Williams, Miss Mar
shall, Mrs. Marshall, A. V; Peters,
Mrs. J. HodBon, Miss E. M. Botts, Rev.
W. Ault, Mrs. Ault, Mrs. 8. M.'Me
delros. Miss M. Co'roa, Rev. W. 'II.
Kcnton-Smlth, J. Schwartz, J. P. Mar
Per P. M. 8. 8. Korea, for San Fran
cisco. May 21. Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Aubrey
Robinson, Mrs. llartwell, Judgo A. 8.'
Hartwoll, J. H. McCuilough, B, M.
Thomas, W. C. Husscy, Mrs. Hussoy,
Rev ,and Mrs. II. R. Tntbott. Louis
Ayers, H. p. Odell, Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. Auorbach, Miss Ward, Mrs. L.
Roth, Mrs. Wagner. Miss Louise Cald
well. Mrs. Wm. Auger, J. F. Morgan.
R. B. Farquharsen.
Per stmr. Maunn ,Koa, for Hllo and
way; -ports. May 24. W. 1L Beatty,
Miss M. E. Orundry, Mrs. A. . B.
Wright, C. M. Chittenden, A.O. Tfcur
man.. J. .8chwartz, Mrs. J. W. Ounn.
Rev. 8. L. Desha.
Per' M. N. ,8. 8. Novsdan, for San
Francisco, Msy 25. Mrs. Kodllng.
Mrs. M. Mitchell.
Per M.j N. 8. 8. Wllhclmlna, for
San Francisco, May 25. Mr. nnd
Mrs. L. L. GreOnwell, Mrs. EJfM.
Styne, Mrs. C. B. Dicker, Mrs. Swee
ney, O, II. Sweeney, Mr, and Mrs.
M. 8." Slssel, 'Miss Wever, Mrs. T.
Reves, F.'S. S:udder, E. H. Hand,
F. Gorman, Mrs. McKeague, Saml.
McKesgue, E. D. Crandall, J; B.
Watson, -Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ortb.
Henry' Mead, H. R. Grant, L. M.
Gray, Charlotte P. Dodge, 'Mrs. P. C.
Jones, Mrs. H. Keener, Mrs. L. K.
Simpson, Mrs. M. E. Boshcr, Mrs.. D,
Scuddar, Miss- M. Home, Mr. 'and
Mrs. n. F. Dillingham. Mrs. 8 Cod
ling, Mrs. M. Mitchell, R. J. Swan
sey, Capt. C. Averdam. R. Home,- A.
R. Cameron,, W. 8. Wltte, James Mc
Clellau, Miss K M, Cbrlstman, Mrs.
John K. GandaAl, Mrs. W, U- Whitney,-
-Mrs, E. W. .Sutton,- Miss J.' E.
Itaymond, Mrs. ",C. T, Wilder. Miss
Emma C. Waguer. Mrs.O. W. Bsebe,
I Miss May E. Le Tolsr, Hi H. Mutter,
miss m. A. Muuer, miss l. ueia, Mrs.
Brlnckerhotf, Sir James .Mills; Mrs.
F. Q. .Hlssem, T. E., Blbblns, Mrs.
Htbblns, Mrs. P. Li Home, Mr. ,and
Mrs. R. T. Oakes, Dr. and Mrs. W."P.
Austin,, O. G. Bockus, Oen. J. McClel
lan, Mrs. McCIellan, Misses McClel
Ian (2), Louis Angus, Mrs. Shlpman.
Per ,stmr Mouna Loa, for Kona .and
Kau ports, May 24. W, Pfotonhauer,
, tMx.-srrlvod -at Beattle May 14-
Logan, ordved at San Franolsoo May
,J1. .., . j
Sherman, sailed from Manila, May 04.
flherUlao willed from Honolulu for
Manila Mny 14.