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MO NO AYS
Hawaiian Third Degree,
Rote Croix Special,
All visiting members ot tne
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
limit,- riinmi-pRAt flicwucil ui
MAninc Criointcny other Aiso
HARMONY IQDGE, No, 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evory Monday evening -at
7:30 In J. O. 0, F. Hall, Fort Street.
12. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
It. E. McCOY, Noble Grand. .
;AU visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of l. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attond.
VM. JONES, C. C. V
O. F. HEINE, K. It. &. . .
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0; 7
. -Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, B. P. 07
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kim;
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
,JAB. D. -DOUGHERTY, E. It.
OEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
.- Meets every first and third Tburs
. days of each month at Knights of,
,Pythlas Hall, Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. H1GCJINS. Sachem.
E. V. TODU, C. of It.
U Honolulu aerie i4.o, f. o. e.
.Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Deretanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY I0D0E NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. "of P
Hull, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing 'brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. 0. 0.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. It. S.
It pays to have a UOERZ LENS on
: vour Kodak or Camera, because of
frthe richer and finer results.
Honolulu Photo Supply
Fort, near Hotel
FILMS AND CAMERAS
HENRY MAY & CO.
;.c, ' ii.r " '
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Monday, May S3.
.Mils I.. M. Cleaves, Oakland, Cal.:
A. E. Todd. Walalua; W. M. Temple
ton, Wahlawa; A. -M Alilrlrh, l.oa An
geles; An::. Johnson, William Watson,
New York; ItonJ. J, Stout. Indianap
olis: Miss V. 0. Smith; .Mrs. W.AValk
cr and daughttf, T. K. lllhhlns nnd
wife, Mnt. P. W. Krause. San Francis
co: C. P. McAvoy, Wuterlonn; A. M.
AMrlch, I.os Angelesr Mr. J. Bchul-
Friday, May 20.
W. I James. Jr., Lellehua; F. N.
Payne, San Frnnclsca; E. (1. Crnn
ilall, San Francisco; A. it. Cameron,
Snn 1-V.inclfro; Leonard U Greenwell
nnj wlfo, Snn Francisco; Mri. Chas.
V. lloelio: llobt. Hall, Knhaln; Ellen
Hall. .Kohala; l.ulglo do Mnrto, Los
Thursday, May 19.
I Wolnzhelmer, lnnalj Clias. Ony,
Wednesday, May 18.
J. It. Meyers nnd wit?, Kmial; Mr.
and Mrs. A. Robinson. Makawell;
Mlfs Elnoro IlnblnDon, Makawell;
l.estor B. Robinson, Makawell,
AT TH5 HAWAIIAN.
Monday, May 23.
P. A. Romaue, Knloa; W. D. Wltto,
Alea; II. Cressaty nnd wlfo, l'.isadena,
Cal. - :
Saturday, May 21,
Miss draco Olson. Kaluukit; Miss
Mary Chrlstophenson. Hntiula: Miss
Vln-fnla'.zOlscir, I'itlituka.MIss Edith
Chrlatophenson. rllaunb. "
';V. -.Friday,. May 20.
-MrJ.J. "Dowllng; II, 0. Frnzcr,
St.Louls;:JI...M.'Scott. St. l-ouls.
r--Wdr.sday", My IB.
The Owl cigar appeals to tho aver-
ago smoker' becauso tho fllllcr Is a
combination of well-selected, well-ma-turod
tobaccofl.and the wrapiwrlstbo
finest Sumatra" obtainable.
Wrapping1 paper of all colors, paper
bags, hemp cord, scu Island twine ot
all colors, amrmany conveniences for
wrapping paper can bo procured at Ha
waiian News Co., Alexander Young
No need of.sendlhg East for sam
ples of Johnson's proparcd wax and
other floor, finishes ,whun you can get
them tit Lowers '& Cooke's, A samplo
win prove, tho worth of these goods:
Froo for the- nuking.
The excellent quality of tho stovo
coal and wood' delivered by the Hono
lulu Construction and Draylng Com
pany, Queen street, next to tho Inter
Island Co.'g otTlce, has mado overy
trial customer a permanent one.
Dick Sullivan, tlio, well known for
mer proprietor of tho Royal Annex,
has had his llccnso transferred to tho
P&clflc Saloon, at the .eqrner ot King
and Nuuanu, whero ho is conducting
his business In his old gcntal way.
Tho now .directory .for 1P10, for
Honolulu nnd tho Territory of Ha
waii, Issued by the Palk-Husted DI.
rectory Company, has made Its ap
pearance, nnd It Is certainly a work
of .art from all points of view.
The compiling of .the statistics con
tained within .the covers of the new
directory has been under the direct
supervision of ,11. W. lloblnson, nnd
appears' .to be. as complete and tho
arrangement as perfect ns could bo
The .following Information Is fur
nlshed by Mr, toMnton, and made
more valuable on account of .the
prosont census enumeration.
For the Island of Oahu and the
city of Honolulu combined there nro
31,722 names. This shows 'an in
crenso ot DS2 names.
UbIiir a multiple of three nnd a
halt gives a population ot '70,507.
The compiler finds that there are
few empty stores nnd stlir fewor
empty housos In tho city, whereas at
the ,iame time two years ago there
Wfro quite p. number of empty stores'
and setern,! hundred empty housef.
Tho Hawaiian band will render a
moonlight concert this ovenlng at
Thomas Square. The following pro
gram will bo rendered:
March Tho Freo Lance Sousa
Overture Unrest , Storck
Intermezzo Clouds of Ilosos,,Bergcra
Selections La Travlata .,..,, Verdi
Vocal Threo Duets nr. by Dergef
Selection Yodda , . , , , , Met'rn
Ballad La Paloma Yradler
Iloolieno and. yablnc.or, by Borgcr
? . "a Ij. . tii -A i.lV. i jih. i .
7smmMimmjkivs-i , .?t
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It noes without saylng-that -everything,
s Best at The Encore. 1
7-scated ,Auto ,ror hire. Phone 199
JaniCH Bakor, Young Hotel Stand.
Embroidered tiouaseaus ami luuuy
needlework. Mn. 11, Bell, 162 Hotel
If you want a good Job done on an
auto' or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Qucon St.
Lclthcad and Woodward, phono 657,
deliver. to residences superior soda
Tho Kentucky saloon Is as famed
for good liquors as- tho 8tato of Ken
tuckyj Jack Roberts Is tho .propri
etor, , ,
Tho children nro always happy when
y.ouiliavo a Cttso of our soia, In-the
bouse Distilled water ut Consolidated
Soda Water Works, Telcphono 71.
A Chtnesp candy store on the corner
of Wiley; nnd l.illhn streets was broken
Into some- time latt ulittit and porno
cigars, canned goods mid $7 In cash
J. IC Kelllkoa, who lltes up on the
Bide of thi mountain, reports that ho
mot Schcld ilhe exhausted man who
was left'on the range by von iloldt nnd
Frontier, nnd' on seeing 'how bnd Iho
man was, Kelllkoa loaned hint n horso
and bellied tho mountain climber to
get on the nnlmal. "
Juno Si.ls-tb.' dayjiotfor tho hear
Ing of the petition tif Carrie C. Dreler
for her appointment as administratrix
of the cMutc of her husband, E. T.
Dreler. Arccrulng to the ttulcnisnt
aiihmlltn 1 lt: estate nniouuM to about
$8600,. sho and her son, flvo years of
a'go, bclnrc the nearest of ".tin
(Continued from Pace 1.
"Our rates .are nbunt lou per c'eiit
hlghor, according to the ngurcR I get
fronv tho.steanmlilp mc'i." hu replied.
"There havo .been many advocates of
having this n freo oit, but I .have
never believed In that," he said. "We
charge hero' J2.C00 for a million gal'
Ions of water but we hopo to reduce
According to Mr. Campbell tho only
waste' which occurs now Is from Jrrlga
Hon and on thin account the Tato for
this service must bo changed some
what. Tho domestic water supply' suf'
fers no wasto and no It would be un
fair to chargo higher rutex for this
When pressed as to the exact
am&unt ofj tho Increase for. Juwn Irri
gation the Superintendent stated that
at present thero was nothing .to sayt
more than.tho general statement which
ho .had Just given. That on tho- last
day of tho present month tho whold
report would, bo mado public and then
evcryono would know tho exact status
of the rates one month before any
change was made. t
HORSE AND Dili
Two sthall boys wcro caught driv
ing around tho town .this morning In
tho rig that vas stolen- from outside
tho Central Union church on Sunday,
night. Thojads wero seen by Alhert
Mendonza, who at once recognized the-'
horso nnd buggy. He set out after tho
rig and the boys seeing him, whipped
up nnd tried to escape. Tho hunt was'
short; howovcr, as' 'Mendonza quickly
overhauled ' tho lads 'and mado them
go to -tho police station:- 1
It .appears tthat the lads took, tho rig
from whero it was left and spent .most
of the night and next day driving
around and seeing tho sights., John
son, tho .elder -boy says that ho feed
the horse ;and ,gave It a drink. Nolth-'
er boy .Is moro t(ian twelvo yoars old,
and Johnson Is yell known to the po
lice. Mrs. Ltokson, from vhom tho
rig was stolon did not know.elther ot
the boys. ,
Harry Davis, first baseman ,of the
Philadelphia Athlptlcs, Is the only
player In tho. American .League who
haB played the same position on the.
tame, team for six years,
He who cheats himself never lacks
ciua giass. iurnt-
ture. pianos,- oil
It is 'for cleaning just
such articles as these
that Jvpry Soap js ad
It is so mild, .so pure,
so entirely free from
"free" alkali that it can
be used 'for hundreds of
purposes for which ordi
nary soaps are unsafe
WViio Per Cent. Pure
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City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
IN FortBiaN rornr
Tuesday, May 24,
8AN FItANCISCt' iil.e,l May 2:
7 n. hf.rs; H. Lniiln., hence May Hi,
HAN l-HANUISCO AriltM
7 n. m. 8. H. Sierra, licime
SAN FHANCIBCO Anlod Muy 21
H. S. Mlssuiitlan, from Snlln.i Cruz.
8AN FItANtllSCO-Halle.1 May 24, 2
' p. m.! 3. S: Mongolia, for Honolulu.
TACOM A Sailed Mny 24: Sch. lnca,
1 for Honolulu. -
KAANAPALI-Sallo.l May 23: S. f).
Arlzonan, for Sallna Cruz.
Monday, May 23.
SAN FJIANCISCO-Arrlved May 23:
H. S. Hyades. henco Mny 12.
.Saturday, May 21.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 20:
Bk. Andrew Welch, hence April 27,
VANCOUVER Sailed Moy 20: 3. 8.
Makurn,,for Honolulu. .
SEATTLE Arrived May 21; 3. 8;
Mexican,, from San Francisco.
QUAYS HAIlBOlt Hailed May 21: Sch
U'earieKfl, nor- Honolulu.
SUVA Sailed May 17: S. 8. Manuka,
HH.O Sailed May 18: S. 8. Enter
prlso, for iSan Francisco.
Friday, May 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May JO:
Sch. Jak. Rolph.'for Hanh.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled May 20:
Bktuo. Cdrdna'do, for Honolulu.
SAN FJIANCISCO-Arrlved May 10:
SCh. Muriel, from Hnnolpu, April 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 20.. C
n. m.. 8. H. Tenyo Mam, hence
PORT GAMBLE Balled May 19: Sch.
tlohcrt lowers, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 10: S. .
Cblyo Mam, hence May 10,
KEITH Balled April 27: Ship Dum-
frelnhlro, for Honolulu.
HAS BEEN WANTED
FOR AVER YEAR
Embezzler Windt Thought
To Be In Honolulu By
U. S; Officials '
V I I
Alfred B. Windt, Dallas J. S. Stew
art, has been wanted tor over a year
by the United States authorities' for
embezzling (6000 from the First Na
tional Bank of Lcechburg In March
ot last year.
Windt has travelod over the Unit
ed States slnco. thot time ot his .em
bezzlement, being traced and nearly
caught several limes, but he .Is still
at liberty, nnd tho United States De
partment of Justice has reason to
bollovo that he is In Hawaii, for he
has n girl here, , '
Several days ago United .States
Marshal Hendry recclvod a cable.'
from Special Agent Harrington 01'
the Department of Justtco at San
Francisco, asking that -the authori
ties horo look for W.lndt, lo;ate or
arrest, him It he .was .In the Territory.
.Marshal Hendry sent copies ot the
cablegram to' tho sheriffs throughout
the' Territory, with ,the, meager .do-1
scrlptlon of tho rian, and is now
awaiting .tho full particulars aqd. de
scription which were mailed at the
time the cnblo was .'sent.
The cable received by Marshal
Hendry from Special Agent .Harring
ton 'reads ns fpll'ows:'
"Alfred II. Wln'dt, alias John S.
Stewart, wnntod embezzlement First
National Bank, Lcechburg,- Pa., ;ln
March of last year,
Compl.aln filed. 1
Hungarian. Five feet eight Inches,
150pouilds, smooth' fair complexion,
brown eyes, sport; has girl, Hono
lulu: nt Pittsburg last winter, Los
Angeles la'st March. Locate, -arrest,
notify department; address United
States attorney;'! Snn Francisco."'
With tho nrrtyal of the fuller de
scription by the next mall, and Its
scattering broadcast oven'tho.-Terrl-tory,
it its .expected that .Windt. will
bo. gathered ,In .by tha.orflclals It ho
fstlnttjie Territory:. '
HEAL .ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record liay-23, 1010.
Trom 10:30'a. in. tb.4;30'p. m."
John F ,lumburg (ind ,Wf to
Royal 'iXMcad D
Ernest K Punl and wf to Tr of
P'M Lyons ....... j . . .. ... t . M
Est ot James .Campbell by trs to
' Territory ot Hawaii ' I)
William Bade and wf to W A
Kinney , ., D
Joseph Pjietfukul ,to W ,A K.In
l ney ...,;....'. ,...,V. .'.;.. D
Mary E Clark and hsb to Con
solidated Pineapple Co Ltd.. D
W W Wescoatt to von Hamm.
Young .Co Ltd , CM
J II Crcmer to von Hamm-Young
Entered for Record May 24, 1010.
' From 8;30 a, m. tol0;30 a, m;
J M Lldgate and wf to 'F A
Schaofer ,, ..-.,..,, 1)
A II Dondorp to L Klrkpatrlck., D
Gea Lansing &; Co by tra to
Nalua 'Kaliaiiea . . , D
L Klrkpatrlck to A II JDonero, , D
1 WATERFRONT NOTE8 I
'"""TWO 1NTEIWSLAND stoame7s
'sailed for tho Island of Hawaii at noon
today. The lllln liner Mnuna Kca got
awny with n fair assortment of r.en-r-l
nl enrgo. This vessel also carried n
nuinbor of passengers n large percent
ngo being booked for tho Volcnno. j
Across the slip the Kona and Knu
steamer Manna I.na cast '!f her llui's
at the noon hour. This vessel w.ll call
at aiiumbor of ports on -w.n.lward llu-l
wall. The Manna I.oa left with a fair
number of cabin and deck pisse'ngcrs.
The Hawaiian band rcn Hired the tiiiml
complimentary concert at the depart
ure of tho steamers.
BUOAIt AND PINEAPPLES In
large quantities will mako up tho bulk
of tho cargo, to be carried to San, Fran
Cisco -by tho Matson 'Navigation ntenm
OrvWIlholnilnnA Tho .vcstol.ln sched
uled to sail at. 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning from tho Mntson wharf.' Tho
freight list Includes -4700 tons raw
sugar, nbout lOOil tons refined, J 0,000
cases tinned pineapples, 2800 hunches'
bnnanuH nnd a variety of sundries. Tho
steamer will carry n largo number of
t . n
SQUALLY WEATHER, accompa
nied by ralii and :hlgh seas, Is report
ed by wireless from tho Canadian-Australian
liner Makurn. vhlch vessol at
8 o'clock Inst evening wan 1010 miles
off Cape Flattery, t-.t earning lownrdn
Honolulu. . 1
THE INTEUISLAND. steamer W. O.
Hall, wlih n ulilpment of C500 sacks of
sugar and n quantity of sundries from
Kauai K)itn. Is due t arrive at Hono
lulu nt un uarly linurdninnrrow morn
ing. THE SCHOONER 8. T. Alexnnder
finished discharging at llllo on last
Tuesday and was' then fumigated. 8ho
sailed for Royal Roads, British Co
lmnbla, and .expects to "take lumber
from the Northwest to China.
Hack No, 201, .driven by J. Peter
son, was .capsized outside E. O. Hall
Sons today nt ,noom Tho driver
tried o turn around In too narrow n
circle, nnd tho. wheels becoming loot
ed, tho rig overturned. Tho horss' bo
camo ularmcil, and only for tho-prompt
action of some bystanders a serloim
accident might havo, occurred.
No damage to sneak ot was done, as
only a single trco was broken i tho
horso was limping a llttlo as ho was
tnken away but thero wero signs of
an old Injury on his near hind leg. that
may havo accounted for tho lameness.
It was decided this morning to post
pone the start of tho tennis "doublo
championship until Thursday noxt.
Tho -change has boon .made out of res
'lct for tho 'latof'W. W, JIoll, whose,
funeral hns not yet .takon place
Entries for tho doubles will not
clone till tomorrow aftornoon at flvo
o'clock, and tho drawings will be, then
be' mado right way. v
SULLV (ABIES 10 tt M(H
- r - ;-, -i ' , (-,-..- 5
Mr. Scully, the promoter of anything
thnt stands' for 'good oloan sport has
cabled to'-Mclntyro, the manager 'of
Robert Fltzslmmons a proposition (o
have-tho aggregation, consisting of
iioo i-iirsimmon, Hums, 1 anil iang
and Mclntyro, who are coming on' the
Mnramaj stop off at-Honolulu for four
days, .Theytwould arrive 'by tho Mn
rama nnd Kail again by tho Manchurln.
It Is proposed to arrango.nn exhibi
tion bout between Langs and Bums,
nnd to nlsa have' a sparring exhibition
by BobiKItzsImmons. '
Tho whole - exhibition would bo
strictly undor tho'i management of the
FItzslmmonft aggrpgatlon. ' '
MMr. Scully haaimado so flattering an
offer in his cablo that it would take
a Rockefeller to disregard 1L
Tho "Big Onc6'"-wlll1 if thoy accept
tho . offer, ot Scully, bo In. the. city, for
four days during which tlmeithey will
bo bhown all tho sight's and rest up for
tho remalndor'of "tho1 voyage.
WILL BE MOVED TO NEW SITE
(Continued from Pace I.)
The. new bulldlng-whlch it Is propos.
cd to erect will bo a 12 or 14 .room
affair to tako' all tho children In that
part of 'tho town and will 'correspond
to a ward school in tho utates, nccom'
mndntlng nearly 1,000 pupil.
' Superintendent Pop0 Is' now busy
making llstsiof' buildings to bo' erected
nnd repaired on Dahu during' tho com
ing vacation, and this work will -bo
taken up by the county engineer as
soon as itho buildings aro vacated for
tho long vacation,
Maniiger McCrodlo Is putting hla
mon .through -81111 mornlngi practices
these days, ,He says die Is going 'to
get rcculta or get another- ball club,
1 1 1 1 I. 1 . ii ,
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PHONE 152. : ' '
11 I'-iiiw ' I. .fc . j. 1 . 1 1 1 1 1
. VE88ELS TO ARRIVE I .DEPARTED
Norfolk, Va. Vancouver, Br. stmr.
Newcastle, N. 8. W. St. Dunstnn,
A....,.iu Jrf-i. nr i.Bv,
0."R8raglan p0rt,, Vla Bann
Wednesday, May 23.
Knnnl tmrtK W. n Jtall. utmr. .
Thursday (May 26.
Hawaii via Alnul ports-Claudlno,
Friday. May 27.
C.-A. 3. S.
and Vancouver Mnkura,
Hongkong via Japan ports Buyo 4 Maul and .Moloknl ports MUauai.
Mnru, -Jap. stmr. Utmr., 6 pv m.- ,
-. Saturday, May 23. , .Wednesday. May. 25.
Hllo via -way -ports Mnuna Ke.1,1 San Francisco Wilhelmlna. M. N.
Sunday, May 29,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Motokal ports Mlkahala,
.Monday, May. 30.
San FrnnclFCo Mongolia, P. M, 8. 8.
Sunday, June 5.
Newcastle, N. 3. W. Henley, Br.
. 1 a
TJIEt American-Hnwallnn stenmer
Arlzonan arrived nt Hllo last Friday,)
going direct from San .Francisco ,nnd
Honolulu, Instead ot first going to Ka
nnapall and Kahulut. Tills was donu
on account of tho, fact that tho American-Hawaiian
was very anxious, to re
cover the big steel girder for tho Ho
nolll bridge, which was dropped over
board, when being discharged from the
Alaskan. The Arlzonan had a diver
on, board, who went down for tho lout
girder.. nnd ho evidently knew bin bus
iness, for, Klthln two hours after he
had started work the girder had been
located, tncklo had been rigged, t)e
Hteol -beam ibrought up and placed on
tho deck ,of the Hteamcr tp wnlt for
a lighter to lake It ashore. Tho Arl
zonan look sugar and .left for Kaliu
Jul .on last Monday. Sho also took
sugar nt the Maul port and then com
pleted .her rnrgo at Knnnnpnll,
THE TRANSPORT Thomas, now
laid up (or nn .extcnslvo .overhauling,
will como out of drydock and return
to. a slip nt Fojsom street, San 'Fran
cisco, for a short time before bolng
snnt.to.an anchorage, In the bay. Hun
dreds of .mechanics are to ho employ
ed on tho Thomas for tho next, four
or lx .months, tho work of .bringing
tho troopship up to date costing tho
government about I300.00Q. Captain
George H.fPcarco, formerly command'
er of tho Sheridan, liitcr In tho steam
or Homer, Is chief- oRlcer .In, cbarga
of, tho Thomas. Captain Lynam,-,tlio
regular commander ofi tho Thomas, la,
tcmporailly In chargo of tho Buford.J
now hero In reserve.
TUB CANADIAN - AUSTRALIAN
steamer Manuka from . Sydney via
Suva, Is expected to, arrive at this port
tomorrow. Thoi vepsel Is bringing up
a cargo of several lhundred tons, In-;
eluding refrigerated provisions nnd
other .supplies Tho through passcn-,
,gors .will ,bo .given but a btlet oppor
tunity of visiting he pojnts of .Inter
est at Honolulu as theso vessels mako
'but a very Bhort stay here, "Should
'the Manuka arrive nt any. tlmo .before
'1 1. o'clock In- 'the. morning tho liner
will. In all probability be dispatched for
Vancouver, by C o'clock in tho uftor
THE SUPERSEDING of British of
fleers' by'Japaneseon the Japanese
trnns-Paclflc liners, tho officers bolng
removed ons by one, genorally at tho
Coast'end-of itho .runt ,ls said to bo
duo' to the-prossuro oxerted by Japan
ese- public opinion', which domands the
mannings of Japanese- vessels .entirety
by Japanese.. .The icompanles would
llko to retain white captains nnd chief
engineers, .butiwlll not .be pblo td.
Each month sees.'fewcr ,whlto offlcors
on tho Japanese' llnora .that 'arrive on
Pugot Soundi from, tbo Orient.
WHILE THE imiT.ISHi steamot
Cownnburn was lylpg In Manila har
bor, n qu'ancl occurred on board, be
tweon .tho .Cantoneso npd -8hangtia'
membera of itho icrpw, lc Yihlch'four
mon .nvero jptabbeil- and removed tr
hospital wlthi.serlous Injuries. Fpu'
of tho pffcpdprs were then takpn
ashore' for ttlal beforo a Manila, mag
Istrate, hut tho,.Manlla authorities did
not iproceed against tho men am1
handed .thenivcr to the British Con
mil-General at -the port.
, t - .
IT .18 REPORTED In conncctlnr
with "wlrcloss" telegraphy lictwccn
Japaniand Hawaii, .that Dr. Asanoand
other higher experts have dqclded
that transmission of messages Isprao
tlcablo If .the .location pf the Hawal
Inn oHlcu Is. changed. According ,to
tio authorities oftho Communications
Department, says .the Japan Herald
a -"vlreloss" ser.vlco ylll .shortly bt
started between Japan and, Hawal,
THE ARRIVAL of tho oil tanker
Lansing at Port Harford Is reported
ycstenlay. Tho- vessel sailed .from
llpnolulu on May IS, after having dis
charged a shipment ot fuel oil.
SAILING FROM, Honolulu on May
12, tho Matson Navigation '. frolghtor'
8an Francisco ycaterd'ay, '
.Monday, May 2.1.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., E p; m.
Tuesday, May 24.
Kona and Knit jwrta Manna Kea,
way portn Mauna
Mahukona, Kuwnlhac, Ookala
ports Maul, stmr, noon.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday. Mv 24.
I Ka-.ial norts Klnnil. stmr.. R n. m.
8. H., 10 a. in.
Victoria nnd Vancouver Manuka.
C.-A. S. S.
Thursday, May 26.
Kauai ports W. a. Hall, stmr., S
San Frnnclsco Nevndan, M, B. 8.
8., 6 p. m, ' '
Friday, May 27.
Australian ports via duva Makunt,
C.-A. S. . -1
r South and Central American ports
Buyo ,Maru, Jnp. stmr.
Maui and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
Monday, Maj' 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, P. ru 8. S.
. ; :
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports,
May 24. Geo. Bustard, A, Romano, P.
Palama, Rev. W. 8. Short, Miss E.
llastle,,.J. W. CathcarL
Per M. N. 8. S. Nevadan, for San
Francisco, May 25. Mrs. Kodllng,
Mrs. M. Mitchell.
Per.M. N. S. 8. Wllholmlna.for 8an
Francisco, May 25. L. L. Grecnwell,
Mrs, L. U Orcenwell, .Mrs. E. M.
Styne. Mrs. O. II. Dickey, It. S.
Phf-tim, Mrs. R. S. Phelps, ,trs.- O. H.
Swezey. O. I'.. Swezey, AV. A. I'Ml,
Mrs. Y. A. Paul and Infant. M. 8. SIs
sel, Mrs. M. H. Slssel. Miss Weber.
vMr. F. Weber, F,. S. Scuddcr, K. H.
Hand, F." Gorman, F. Weber.. Wm,
Watson, Mrs. Hum'l. McICeague, Sara'l.
McKeagub, E. E. Crandell, J. U. Wat
son, II, T. 8tout, W. ICiOrlh. Mrs. W.
K. Orth. H, It. Grant, Henry Mead.
Qhas. Remington, Mrs. U M. Gray,
Charlotto P. Dodge, Mrs, R.C. Jones,
Mrs. II. Keener, Miss M. U Douglass,
Mrs. U K. Simpson, Mrs, M. C. Bmpi,
Miss M. K. Bosher, Mrs. Doremus
Scuddcr, Miss M.Horno, Miss Walknr,
Mrs. Walker, F. T. Dillingham. Mr,
F, T. Dillingham, Lulgl Dell Orto, tra.
Lulgt Dell Orto, Ernsct Glcseckc, Itrs.
Ernst Gleseckoi R. J, Swanzey, Capt.
C. Averdam, 11. Hornc, A. R. Cameron,
W. S. Wltte, Jim. McClcllan, Miss E.
M. Christian, Mrs. John IC .Gandall,
Mrs. Vf.U Whitney, iMrs. ,E. W. Sut
ton, Miss J. E. Raymond, Mrs,' C. T.
.Wilder and child, Miss ,May E. Lo
Tolar, Mrs., C." W. Bcebo. H. II. Mil
ler, Miss M. A. Miller. Miss I. Reld.
Mrs. P. R. Brlnckerholf and -Infant,. J.
P, Van Baalen, Mrs. J. D..Vau',Baalen,
Mrs. F. ,0.. Hlssem nnd .child, ,,T, E.
Blbblns, Mrs., T. E. .Blbbins, Mrs. An
rpa L. Wright, ,Slr James Mills ,anl
secretary, Mrs. Sir James Mills, Mrs.
P.- L. Hornc, Miss I. Richardson. J'U
Hnrno, J. A. McCandless, 11. J. Mo
.Donald, Mrs. n. J. .McDonald, Dr. W.
P., Austin, Mrs., V. .P. Apstln. C. G.
Uockps, Gen, J. McClclan, .Mrs. J.
McClcllan, child and maid, Miss R.
McClcllan, Miss J, McClcllan, Louta
'Xyros, 'E.. E. -llosworthj 8. D. Prather,
Mrs. iS. D. Prather, -Mrs. Lv O.. Stool
and child, D. II. , Hitchcock, Mrs. D.
JI. Jlltchcock, Miss C. ,V. Shlpman,
Miss C. M. Sblpman,. Miss' F. L. Bhtp
,mnn, Mrs. Scott, Alva Scott,' It F.
Oakes, Mrs. R.' F. Oakes. Miss' E.
"Wagner, O, B. Ripley, Miss Louise,
Caldwell, Vf.U Heilbron, 'Mrs. !!. M.
iWellsj T. R. Robinson, IL 8. 8htv
man, L. E. Arnold, H. A. Cainell.
Per stmr. Claudlne for Hawaii rorts.
May 27 Mrs,.Wmi Belf. -
' . 1 r
Per stmr. Mauna Koa, for Hllo and
way-ports; May 24. W. II. Boatty,
Miss M. -E. Grundry, Mrs. A. B.
Wright, C. M. Chittenden; A. O. TJiur
man; J. Schwartz, Mrs". J. V'. aunn,,
Rev; 8. 'l"Desha.
rcr'stmr. Maiipa Loa for Iona and '
Kau' portB, May24. Mr. Pfbtenhauer.
A. -.Hfineborg1, Geo. Campbell, Mre'J.,
j : ,,
r ., ..MAILS. - I
,Ma(!s ,aro Cue .at Honolulu,., trom
points as follows:
Colqpl.fs Per Mnnuka,,May ,26.
yokoh.tma Pr Benyo Maru, May 27.
Vancouver Per Makurn, May 27.
San Francisco d'er Mopgqlla, May 30,
''Malls will depart for the following
points 'as follows: ' . .
Yokohama Per Mongolia, May SO,
Vancouver Per Manuka, May 25,
Colonies Per Makura, May: 27.
San Franelseo-rPer Wljfiejrnlna, May
4 , 1
J TRANSPORT SERVICE. ,
Dlx, arrived at Seattle Mny'"l4. '
Iigan, arrived at San KraneiiTeo Jfay
Sherman, sailed from Manila. May 14.
Sheridan' sailed from ' Honolulu foi
Manila May 14.
UPON TUB nrrlval ,of tho Unltert
States army transport Dlx at Seattle)
from the. .Philippines, olgbt new
winches wero to bo installed. Unlto.1
States Quartermaster Miller has-
awarded, the .contract to Wright &i
SlnUU ,0 aUj0. on a,b(, of Hm
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