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Hawaiian Third Degree.
Rote Croix Special.
All visiting members ot tb
Order am cordially Invited to
attend meetings nf local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
lilMiir piiAiurraM jUCmDCri 01
nianinc cnuinttny other A,l0.
KNEFICIAUSSOSIATIOR. elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. 1 Hall, Fort StrooU
K. n. HENDRY, Socrctary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Ornnd.
All visiting brothors very cordially
UAHU IODOE, No. 1, K. of -P,
Meats every flrat and third Fri
day ovonlng at 7:30 In K, of p. Hall,
corner Fort and BoicUnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WJI. JONES, C. C.
o. v. heine. k. it. a-
HONOLULU IODOE 010, B. P. 0.J1.
Honolulu Lodgo Mo. C1C, I). P. '6.
Elks, meets In tholr hall, on Kin?
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothors aro cordially
Invited to attend.
jas. i). Dougherty, n. n.
OEO: T. KLUEGEL, Bee.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
Meets every first nnd third Thurs-
aays or eacu montn at nnignts oi
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HIGGINS, Sachem.
E. V. 1000. C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0.E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
W. It. RILEY. W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY. Sec.
WM. McXINLEY LODOE NO. 8,
K. OF P. "
Meets every 2nd and 4tli Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. 1,'urt and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR. 0. C.
E.,A. JACOBSON, K. It. 0.
It pays to hare a GOERZ LENS on
your Kodak or Camera, because of
we noner ana nncr results,
Honolulu Photo Supply
Fort, near Hotel
FILMS AND CAMERAS
HENRY MAY & CO.
"issV flBtsWstssW ate
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNd.
Friday, May 20.
V 1 Jnmea, Jr.. Lellchua; F. N.
il'ajno, San Francisco; K. 0. Cran
hill, San FTancleco; A. II Cameron,
Ban rrnncltco; Leonard L. Qnanwcll
and wife San Franclici; Mrs. Chis
V IJccbe; Itol)t. Hal!, Kbha'a; Ellen
Hull, Kohala, Lnlgla do Mar to, l,ot
Thursday, May 19.
U Weliuhelmor, Lanal, Chas. Gay,
Wednesday, May 18.
J. II. Me era and wire, Kauai; Mr.
and Mrs. A. Robinson, Makawell;
Miss I'.lnoro Robinson, Makawell;
'Lester II, Robinson, Makawell.
AT THS HAWAIIAN.
Saturday, May 21i
Miss Grnce Olsen, Kaluuku; Miss
Mary Chrlstophonson. Hauula; Miss
Virginia Olscn, Kiilmikn; Miss Edl'h
Friday, May 20.
Mrs. J J. Dowirns; H 0. Fraior,
St Louis; It M. Scott. St. I-ouls.
Wednesday, May 18.
M. Jongeuell, Wahtnwa,
"AS YOU LIKE IT"
IN PERFECT SETTING
"As Yon Ltko It." clven Saturday
night on the enmpus of Punahou by
tho studcUs of Oahu College, was a
trint fur thosa fortunate enough to
bo there. The play was Riven In n
manner thnt reflected great credit
upon the student cast, who handled
their parta effectively. It was a per
feet netting for the forest of Arden.
nnd Halley's comet In tho heavens
fumlshrd-.a center of attention be-tYeen-ac&.
WARMTNDT .. ,
- : -TOE SERVED
The bnch warrant Issued by
J ud go Ilobortson In the Federal
'Coiirt last Saturday for Alfred W.
Carter, charging him with not nn
swcrlng n census enumerator, has not
It In understood that no attempt
will bo made to servo the warrant
on Mr. Carter, as he will be In Ho
nolulu next week from Kauai and
will at thnt tlmo appear In court to
answer to tho charge against him.
After the sentenco of Carl On Tol
In tho Federal court this morning and
tho calling of tho next case an ad
journment was tnkrn until tomorrow
owing to tho Illness ot Assistant unit
ed States Attorney Rawlins.
Tttank hook nf nil Horts. letlccra.
etc, manufactured by tho I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of A. Wintersteln.
Tho undersigned, William Savldge,
having bcon appointed Administra
tor of the Estate of A, Wintersteln,
lato of Honolulu, City nnd County ot
Honolulu, Territory ot Hawaii, do
ceased, hereby gives notice to all
creditors of tho said A, Wintersteln
to present tholr claims, duty authen
tlcated and with proper vouchers, It
any exist, evon If the claim be so
cured by mortgago upon real estate.
to' the said administrator, at the of
tlco of Thompson, alemons & Wilder,
Campbell block, Honolulu, Oahu,
within six months from the first pub
Mention of this notice, or they will
be forover barred.
Dated, Honolulu, May 23, 1010.
Administrator of the Estate of A
462.. May 23, 30; June 6, 13.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probute. Jn the
matter of tho Estate of Malla K. Pa
ahao (w) (Mallo Kanialu Paahao),
deceaseu. On reading and filing tho
petition of Sing Yuen ot Honolulu,
City ii nd County of Honolulu, alleg
Ing that Mallo K. Paahao, late of
tho City and County of Honolulu,
died In testa to at Bald Honolulu on
tho 30th day of August, A. D, 190G,
leaving property within tho Jurlsdlc
tloa of thin Court necessary to be
administered upafy- and" praying that
Letters of Administration Issue to
romo suitable person; It Is ordered,
that Monday, tho 27th day of Juno,
A, J). 1010, nt 9:30 o'clock a. m.
bo nnd horcby Is appointed for hear
Ing B.iHr petition In the courtroom
of this Court In the Judiciary build
Ing, In the City nud County of Ho
nolulu, at which time and place all
persons concerned may appear and
show cause, If any thoy have, why
cnld petition should not be granted.
Dated, Houolulu, May 23, 1910. lly
oidor of the Court: J. A. THOMI'
SON, Clerk, First Circuit Court.
Tnompson, demons & Wilder, attor
neys for petltlni.er, C.ini"iill block,
IG26 May 23, 30; June 6, 13,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without saying1 that every
thing Is Best at The Encore.
King phono CS7 for the best soda
water. Lelthcad and Woodward.
7-Soated Auto for hire. Phono 199
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand.
Embroidered tiousseaua ana inner
noedlework. Mrs, H. Bell, 103 Hotel
Miss Woodard has some very fine
novelties on display at her Fori
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen Bt,
Up till this morning 544 automobile
had been registered at tho police sta
tion. Twelve Japanese gamblers forfeited
their ball of 910 each at tho police
court this morning.
The Liberty baseball team defeated
tho Minor A. C.'a by a scoro of 17 to
9 jesterday at Aala Park.
Chce Cheo Yung was this morning
sentenced by Jndfic Cooper to three
months' Imprisonment for larceny.
Police, officer M. U Mallna'a baby
boy died last night and ho was excus
ed from duty today by tho sheriff.
The Kentucky saloon Is aa famed
for good liquors as tho State of Ken
tucky, Jack Roberta Is tho propri
There was no less than 87 cases on
the police court calendar this morn
ing and Judgo Andrado sat till lato In
tho forenoon. .
Tho children are always happy when
you have a case of our soda lit tho
houso Distilled water nt Consolidated
Soda Wator Works. Telephone 71.
Thrco festlvo drunks were arrested
yesterday and this morning two ot
them were flood $4 each and the third
forfeited his ball of 16.
A jounjr Hawaiian named Kane Ke-
Ickua was killed at Honokaa last Sat
urday, as the result of a fall from u
horse which ran an ay with him.
Tho bunch of alleged Cho Fa gam
blers who wero captured at Walmanalo
all demanded a Jury trial this morn
ing, and were committed to tho Cir
Twenty-threo alleged Pal Kau play
ers, who are being defended by Sen
ator C. V. Chlltlngwortb, had their
cases sent over till tomorrow at the
police court this morning.
Forty-two alleged gamblers were
gathered In by Chief McDufflc on Sat
urday and Sunday and at the police, station yesterday and stated that he
court this morning two lots of sixteen 'had been cut with a knife by a Porto
In all, wero fined J 10 each.
Assistant United Stales Attorney
Rawlins Is absent from his duties to
day being confined to his home with
a slight indisposition. Ho will bo back
on the Job tomorrow, probably.
New Athletlu undorwearj.D. V. D,
goods, new shirts and pajamas, In
light weight and pretty colors. A
fine lot of new suitings at Yee Chan
ft Co.'s. King and Bethel street.
Po Sing, who withdrew his plea of
not guilty to a charge of assault sev
eral days ago, was today sentenced by
Judgo Cooper in tho criminal court to
a fine of $20 and tho costs ot the suit.
Unltod States Marshal William
Hendry Is back at his offlco today af
ter an absence of thrco days. During
that tlmo he, was confined to his home
with an attack of bronchitis and
Tho month of April was the bannor
month for fchlpplng at Hllo, according
to tho records. No less than eleven
commercial vessels camo'Into (ho har
bor, with a total net tonnage of 28,
Harry Easton, who was badly hurt
In Honolulu recently and has come to
Hllo to regain his health, was allow
ed to walk down town from the Bach
elors' Club for the first tlmo on Mon
Miss Eva LIndcman has been for
tunate to sccuro the services of Byd
ney llobcn as accompanist at her
Men's League recital on Monday ovo
nlng. Mr, llobcn will also bo heard
This morning tho Jury In the case ot
the Bishop Estate versus Kalllcha for
the title to certain property was ex
cused as tho witness on the stand,
Kaukallu, was 111 and not able to bo
present In court.
The. hath scuffs sold'at the-McIncr-ny
Shoe Store, on Fort strcot above
KliiB.nre capltul things to wear after
the bath, whether It bo In the sea or
tho tub. They sell for 75 cents and ai
dollar! and a half.
Another attempt will bo made this
afternoon to enlist tho amateur sports
of tho city under the banner ot the
Amateur Athletic Union, at a meeting
to be held at the offices of Lorrln An
drows, ai the Yokohama Bpeclo Banlc
All tho presidents of tho various
leagues havo been notified and overy
ono Is Invited to attend. Tho meet
ing will be called to order at five
o'clock and a start made on the
scheme of getting pure amateur sports
going In Honolulu,
L Yesterday morning the Oahu Junior
opened their season, and two games
were played; In the first tho Asahls
defeated tho Mu Hocks by a scoro of
10 to 8 utter an exciting game. The
second game was won by the C. A.
C.'a Juniors, who piled up 11 runs to
their opponents 1,
Mr a. M. J. Dickson loft her horse
and phaeton hitched up outside the
Central Union church last night, and
on coming out of tho sacred building
was astonished to find that the rig
had disappeared. Tho pollco Jiave boon
notified of tho occurrence, nnd It may
turn out that Draco, Duel: fionn . do,
hae gnno buggy riding.
Oity Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
CONtESTENO ' PLANS
s s $, $, . ... i. -J 4- t
The last dally offlce count
In the Yosenllto - California
Contest will "be mado on
Wednesday evening, and the
scoro will be printed In
Thursday's paper, following
this office count, the keys to
tho ballot-box will bo turned
over to the committee that
will have charge ot tho final
count on next Satuday even
ing. The names of the gen
tlemen who will constitute
this committee will bo an
nounced tomorrow o; Wed.
Rules for the closo of the
contest, other Important con
test announcements, the lat
est standing of the contest
ants and contest comment
are printed on pngo ll
S S 4 j
On Saturday nfternoon a stevedore
named James Kuoha had his arm
broken through being, as ho claims,
shoved by a man named Spencer. Ku
oha was wheeling a truck along when
Spencer Is alleged to have given
him a push that mado him fall and
break his arm. Tho man was'takon
to the Queen's Hospital for treat
ment, and Spencer may be prosccut
ed for the assault.
An aged Portuguese named Slha
who on Saturday was peddling man
goes for salo, alleges that he was
thrown to the ground by a woman
to whom he offered the fruit. The
old man's arm was broken and he
was taken to the hospital, where the
fractured limb was Bet.
Oeorge Halu, who resides at tne
Winston block, visited tho pollco
Rlcan whom he encountered on the
a'alrcato at the Winston. The Porto
Rlcan Is known, and ho will proba
bly be arrested totjoy some time,
Nigel Jackson got Into a row with
a friend last night, and nftcr punch
ing tho man ho was arguing with,
Nigel got hit over' tho head with a
chair and knocked out. Tho Mara
thon runner is now ut the.hoBpltuI,
where ho Is doing as well as can bo
Detcctlvo Harry Lake conveyed a
man to the hospital last night. The
unfortunate Individual had fallen
down a flight ot stairs and had
crushed through a glass door. His
right wrist was badly cut and he
lost a lot of blood before he reacheu
the hospital, where his Injuries werg
(Continued from Page 1.)
Woolloy mado a general appeal for
the supporting of his program. Re
ferring to his work at Washington In
an attempt to secure Federal prohibi
tion, ho said:
"It would be tttrnngo If you were
not grateful to tho Congress which
gavo Hawaiian votors a cbanco to
prove their qualities: Under your old
kings It was only wollto-do people who
naa tne right to vote, to 'vote for u
senator they had to havo. n largo
amount of property, to vote for a rep
resentative they had to have a small
er sum, but the poor man, howevor In
telligent, wnatevcr his business or
however large a family, be might have,
was not permitted to havo any say at
all In the oleotlons. Congress changed
all that and said that every man ot ma
ture years and sana mind shall have
"Then again you know that I went
to Washington to urge before Congross
a prohibitory law for Hawaii. I
thought Congress should mako tho law
without asking anybody's lenve. Can
gross seemed to agree With mo until
the Prince, your Delegate strongly
made the claim that his pople hail; a
right to bo heard In "the matter, and
Congress declared that he was tight
and ordered the Governor to call a
special election to And out tho will of
the oters of tho Territory ,i ,
"I congratulato you on thla vast In
crease of power, I congratulate you on
this grat courtesy oxtpnded by Con
gresB towards yod, but 'R'emcniber
that for all theso things Qod will call
theo to account."!
Dlx. arrived at Seattlo May 14.
Logan, arrived at San Francisco May
Sherman, sailed from Manila. May 14.
Sheridan sailed from Honolulu for
Manila May 14.
... ,i:-j-'j. 1 1
IN POREION PORTS
Monday, May 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 23:
B. 8. Hyados, henco May 12.
Jsr"'For Rent" fd on a1 '
the Bulletin office,
Hawaii And Maui Will
Absorb Many New
Very little difficulty has been ex
perienced by tho officials connected
with tho Hawaiian Sugarf Planters' As
sociation In dealing- with tho last lot
of Russian Immigrants.
Nlncty-scvcn Russians arrived at
Honolulu last Saturday by the Pacific
Mall liner Korea. Thoy wore Immed
iately turned aver td tho Federal Im
migration officers. All but two or
three has been passed. The Immi
grants lost no tlmo In presenting their
application for employment on island
Tho Russians will bo sent by the
steamers Maunix Kca and Klnau to
plantations on Hawaii, Maul anil
Knual. Makawell, ns usual, proves a
prima favorite aa a placo for employ
ment. Hakalau and Onomca planta
tlons on tho Big Island will also draw
their Quota ot laborers.
All who havo had to do with tho
last two parties of Russians declare
that thero is a marked difference In
tho attitude assumed by tho new arriv
als In tholr efforts to secure employ
ment. Despite tho fact that a number of
Russian agltatora who have been hold
Ing forth at Iwitcl, havo visited .the
stockade, their representations aVponr
to havo no lnfluonco upon the new
comers. Twenty-four Filipinos who also nr
rived by the steamer Korea will bo
sent to Kohala plantation tomorrow.
"HE IMlllfti OF THE
Tonight tho Henry MbRae com
pany will offer for the first time
Shakespeare's great comedy, "The
Taming of tho Shrow." Rehearsals
have been In progress for the past
week, nnd Mr. McRao has spared
uolthcr pains nor expense to mske
this production n pleasing one. Tho
costumes and scenory will bo correct
in every detail.
Miss Oswald will be seen as
"Kathorlne," a part that she has
played with success with Charles 11.
Hanford throughout the United
States, and Mr. McRao will mako his
reappearance with the company, aft
er a thrco weeks' layoff, In tho part
of "Pctruchlo." Tho remainder ot
tho company will bo cast to advan
tage. Next Thursday "The Lion and tho
Mouse" will bo the offering, by pop
ular request. Thla play created qulto
an Impression when It waa presented
beforo. and numerous requests for the
play caused Mr. McRao to ngaln pro
sent It. Mr. Morrison, Miss Hudson
and the full company will bo seen In
their old parts. Mr. McRao has Just;
completed arrangements for "The
Chorus Lady," Rose Slant's success,
and will offer thls'greut play fcoon. .
HOMESTEADS .. ,
Yesterday eight homestead lots on
the windward side ot tho Island wero
forfeited by tho owners to the Depart
ment ot Public Works, Superintendent
Marston Campbell und Josh Tucker
going to tako tho land over.
Theso homesteads came back to tho
government as public property owing
to the fact that tbo conditions of the
purchaso had not been lived up to by
All tho foreclosures yesterday were
on lots owned by haolcs.
Tho Executive Commltteo of the
Men's League wishes to announce
that any whp were not able to accept
tho Invitation to the dinner at the
Young Hotel this evening but who
would like to attend the Song Reel
tal of Miss Llndeman which will 'bo
given aftor the dinner, In tho makal
pavilion, can secure tickets at the
door nt II each.
HntBu Takamoto has filed a libel
for divorce from Yoshltaro Takamo-
to ulleglng desertion.
TBo will of Thomas Wall Carroll
was admitted to probate this after
noon, J, F. Eckart was appointed
administrator as requested In tho i
will of the deceased, and M. T. Sim-1'
ontonrV. M, Harrison nnd P. M. Mc
Mahon wero appointed appraisers of
the estato. '
Arthur O. Bmlth has applied to the
Supremo Court for permission to prao,
tlco beforei that court. Ills applies.
tlon states, that he graduated from thohias signed tho third baseman up for
iwirvnrn i.nw neimni in inn cinis iiiinree jpnrH. injmrniso announced
1908 and van admitted to tho Massa-' that Speaker, his center fielder, hid
chusetta bar In tho same year,
1 ARRIVED f 1 DEPARTED (
Sunday, May 22.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., a. m.
Kauai ports Klnau, Btmr., a. m.
, Hawaii ports Llkeltkc, stmr., 8
Hllo Wllhelmlna, M. N. S. S., 10
Norfolk, Vn. Rokcby, Br. stmr., 2
VES8EL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Vn. Vancouvor, Br. stmr.
Newcastle, N. 8. W. Bt. Dunstan,'
Wednesday, May 25.
Australian ports via Suva-jManuka,
C.-A. S. B.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr,
Thursday, May 28.
Hawaii la Maul ports Claudlno,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. 8, 8.
Hongkong via Japan ports Buyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Saturday, May 28,
Hllo via way ports Mauna Ke.i,
Sunday, May 29.
Kau.il ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and 'Molokal ports Mlkahah
Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongolia. P, M. S. S.
Sunday, June 6.
Newcastle, N. S. W. Henley, Br.
THE LOCAL NAVAL Btallon Is In
receipt of 4757 tons of American coal
by tho arrival ot the British freighter
Ilnketiv tihlrh rflnin Into nort vefiter.
day after an uneventful passage from MmJo ner, Miss R WaCTor. J. W'.
k-...,ii, v tt. M.i -.ii. i f-.-.lNcal, Mrs. J. W. Noal, O. F. Biggs,
Noifolk, Vn. The vessel sailed from ... ..M . ,,,, ,,.
the Attantlct coast coal port on March
5th. The Rokeby is not n fast boat
and sho mado a call at Cornell, Chile
enroute to the Island. Captain Shel
drake, master of the vessol once vis
ited Honolulu a score or moro years
sgo. Ho expressed much surprise ov
er tho many changes noted during his
absence. The Rokcby will remain at
tho naval wharf for about ten dns.
THAT' THERE will be a brief de
lay In tho arrival of all Pacific Mall
steamers coming from tho Orlont dur
Ing tho next fow months Is quite prob
ahlo because of tho opening nf tho San
son. It Is understood that all steam
ers bound for San Francisco In th3
Pacific Mall service will call at Shld
zuoka, Japan; tho great tea cxportln-
ccntcr of tho Island empire. In most
Instances the calling for tea will cause
a difference of about a day In thcr ar
rival at Honolulu.
INCLUDED In the cargo brought to
this port by tho Intcr-lsland steamer
Klnau from Kaual ports was 3969 bag
sugar, 103 ska cotton, 40 sks wool, 12
horses, 20 bags pla plants, 20 bagf
taro, 13 empty beer brls, 49 empty
wine brls, 13Qrpkgs sundries.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Matt!
has been placed on tho berth to sail
at noon tomorrow for-tho ports of
Mahukona, Knwnlhao, Ookala and Ku
THE FREIGHT list brought by the
steamer Mlkahala from Maul and Mo
Iokal ports Included 48U0 sacks sugar
22 bales hides, 23 head cattlo, 60 hogs.
WITH THE ARRIVAL of the stoam
er Keauhou from Hawaii ports came
a shipment of Bugar amounting lv
3014 sacks, and 29 bundles scrap Iron
THE SAIlLlNO of tho Inter-lBlam'
slKimnr Nopsii Is scheduled for flvi
o'clock this levcnlng. Tho vessel will1
call ati various ports on Kaual,
ARRIVALS at the port this mornlne
Includcdi tho steamer Llkellko from
Hawaii ports with a full load of sugar.
r I S
i Sing Yuen haa applied to the court
for the appointment lof. nn admlnls
tratorof tho estate ot Malle.K. Pa
aho who'dled In 1905. The potltlon-'
er claims that the estate Is Indebt
ed to him for $250 tho amount ot
an assigned claim.,
The action In the divorce proceed
Ings brought by Rujo Ynmamotb
against lsasuke Yamamoto was dis
missed this morning In Judgo Robin
son's court. i
P. Maurice McMahon, reporter In
Judge Robinson's court, this mornlnf
tried tbo old fcmlnlnu way of alight
Ing from a strcot car In front ot the
Judiciary building with the usual ru
The car was going some faBter than
Is usual whan women get oft back
wardl( ta whcn McMahon tried thr
same trick ho landed solidly on thr
pavemont and was conslderalbl)
scratched to tho great amusement of
a number ot persons on the car and
In front tho building. He says he
won't do It aealni
Satisfied that In Harry Lord the
Red Sox havo a captain that will
ptiBh thomwell up In trout of the
pennant race, President John I
Taylor of the Boston American
I been signed up tor two years,
Sunday. May 22.
Port Allen and Hllo llllonlan, M.
N. 8. S , 5 p. m.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Monday, May 23.
Kauai ports Nocau, stmr, 6 p. m.
Tuesday, May 24.
Mahukona, Kawalhac, Ookala and
Kukulhacle iMaul, stmr., noon,
Hllo .via way ports Mauna Kca,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Maul and Molokal ports MUahala.
stmr., G p. m. f
Wednesday. May 25.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N,
S. 8., 10 n. m.
Victoria and Vancouver Manuka.
C.-A. S. 8.
Thursday, May 26.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
San Francisco Nevadan, M. B. S.
8., 6 p. m.
Friday, May 27.
Australian porta via Suva Makura,
CM. 8. 8.
South and Central Amorlcan ports
Buyo Maru, Jap. stmr.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Monday, May 30.
Japan ports and Houskong Mon
golia, P. M. 8, 8.
PA88ENQERB ARRIVF.D f
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai ports.
May 22. Geo. N. Wilcox, H. C. Rico.
J. McClenban, T. Conwi-, F. Weber,
Mrs. F. Weber, Miss Lulu Weber, Mrs.
Waterhousc, Miss E. Watcrhouso, Miss
A. Waterhouso, IL E. McNabb, 11.
Mead, A. Romano, O. A, R. Smith, Mr.
Covington, J. F. Colburn,. E. O. Mor
gan. W. A. Hall. Mr. Bumgay, Miss
Mrs. O. F. Biggs, Leong Chong; Louis
Herbert, Peter Herbert, Almond Vcn
zac and 46 deck.
Per stmr. Mlkahala. from Molokal
nnd Maul, May 22. C. M. Cooke, Jr.,
Mr. Riley, .Mrs. Kamaka. E. A. Mott
Smith, Mr. Hare, Miss Mcyer
Per stmr. Mauna 1-oa for Kona and
Kau iiorts, May 24. Mr. Pfotcnhauer,
A. lfaneberg, Geo. Campbell, Mrs. J.
Por stmr. Klnan for Kaual ports.
May 24, Geo, Bustard, A. Romano, P.
Palama, Rev. W. B. Short, Miss E.
Hastle. J. W. Cathcart.
Per stmr. Claudlne for Hawaii ports,
May 27 Mrs. Wm. Bell.
Por stmr. Mauna Kca. for Hllo and
way ports. May 24. W. IL Beatty,
MIbs M. E. Grundry, Mrs. A. 11.
Wright, C. M. Chittenden, A. G. Thur
man, J. Schwartx, Mrs. J. W. Gunn,
Rev. B. L. Desha.
Per M; N. S. 8. Novadan, for San
Francisco, May 25. Mrs. Kodllnp,
Mrs. M. Mitchell.
Per M. N. 8. S. Wllhelmlna, for San
Francisco, May 25. L. I Grcenwcll,
Mrs. L. L. Greenwell, Mrs. E. M.
Btynp, Mrs. C. H. Dickey, R. 8.
Phelps, Mrs. R. B. Phelps. Mrs. O. H.
Bwczcy, O. i,8wezey, W. A. Paul.
Mrs.'W. A. Paul and Infant. M. S. 81s
set, Mrs. M. S. Slsscl, Miss Weber,
Mrs. V. Weber, F, 8. Scudder, E. II.
Hand, F. Gorman, V. Weber. Wm.
Watson, Mrs. Sam'l. McKcague. Sam'l.
McKeaguc, E. B. Crandeir, J. B. Wat
son, D. T. Stout, Vft K. Orth, Mrs. W.
K. Orth, H, R, Grant, Henry Mead,
Chas. Remington Mrs. U M. Gray,
Charlotte P. Dodge, Mrs, R. C. Jones,
Mrs. II. Keener, Miss M. L. Douglass,
Mrs. L. K. Simpson, Mrs. M. C. Smith,
Miss M. E. Bosher, Mrs. Doremus
Bcudder, Miss M. Home, Miss Walkor,
Mrs. Walkor,'" F. T. Dillingham, Mrs.
b 1 Dillingham. Lulgl Dell Orto, Mra.
Lulgl Doll Orto, ErnBct Gloaccke, Mrs.
Ernst Glcsecko, R. J. Swanzoy, Capt.
C. Avcrdam, R. lDome, A. R. Cameron,
W. S. Witte, Jas. McClollan, Miss E.
M. Christian. Mrs. John K. Gandall.
Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Mrs. E. W. Sut
ton, Mies J. E. Raymond, Mrs. C. T.
Wilder and child. Miss May E. Le
Tolar1, Mrs.,C. W. BScbo. H. H. Mil
ler, Miss M. A, Miller, Miss I. Reld,
Mrs. P. R. Brlnckcrhoff and Infant, J.
D. Van Baalen, Mrs. J. D. Van Baalen,
Mrs. 1'. O. Hlssem and child, T, E.
Blbblns, Mrs. T. E. Blbblns, Mrs. An
na U Wright, Sir James Mills 'and
secrotary, Mrs. Sir James Mills, Mrs.
P, Ii. Homo, MIsb I, Richardson. J. L.
Home, J. A. McCandless, R, J, Mc
Donald, Mrs. R. J. McDonald, Dr. W.
P. Austin, Mrs. W. P. AuBtln, C. O.
Bockui, Gen. J, McClollan, Mrs, J.
McClellan, child and maid. Miss R.
McClellan, Miss J, McClellan, LouIh
Ayres, E. E. Boaworth. S, D. Prather,
Mrs. S. D. Prather, Mrs. L. C. Steel
and child, D. II. Hitchcock, Mrs, D.
H. Hitchcock. Miss 0. 'W. Bhlpman,
MIbs C. M, Bhlpman, Miss V. L. Ship
man, Mrs. Scott. Alva Scott, It F.
Oakes, Mrs. R. F, Oaken, Miss E.
Malls are due at Honolulu from
points as folio n:
Colonies Por Mauuka, Mjy 2$.
Vancouver Per Makura, May 27,
8an Francisco Per Mongolia, May 30.
Malla will dopart for the following
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Mongolia, May 30,
Vancouver Per Manuka, May 25.
Colonies Per Makura, May 27,
San Franclsco-Pcr Korea, May 21.
SUGAR TO THE amount of 883J
sacks, 50 packages sundries, and 75
head cattlo arrived at the port from
Hawaii by Ihn Inlor-lslaml sleamsr
Cascade. The vessel experienced flno
wcathor on the homcunrd trip.