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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOWTLO. T. H . WEDNESDAY, MAT 25, 1910
Hawaiian Third Degree,
Rose Croix Special.
All visiting members ot tne
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meeting1) nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7. -30 P. M.
iiinmr runmrreix fflemDeri 01
Mttninc cnoiNLcna other All0.
KNEFICIAL ASS?9IATI0R. elation, cor
HARMONY IQDGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday ovcnlng at
7:30 In t. 0. O. 1'. Hall, Kurt Street.
H. It. HENDRY, Secrotary.
H. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
'. - nAWir TrmrvF rr 1 v r t:
, . "' ""' "i ""--.
Meets every first nnd third Fri
day ovcnlng at 7:30 In K. ( I. Hall,
corner Fort and Dcrotanln.ybrttlna;
brothers cordially Invited tolattcmt:
WM. JONES, C. C. -- .
O. T. HEINE, K. It. a
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16, 11. p7i).
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS..D. DOUOHnilTY, B. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knlgbtspf
Pythias Hall. Visiting brotberscorj
dlally Incited to attend. i-ir
P. HIGGINS, 8acherfl.7-.-3
k. v. touo, c. or it.- -
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F.O: Ef
Meets on the 2nd and thAELp
NESDAY evenings ot each rnontlTaT
7:30 o'clock In K, ot P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting iKagles aro Invited to at
tend. W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
MoKINLEY I0DQE NO.
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd! and 4th Saturday
evening at 7;30 o'clock In K ot P'
Hall, cor. Fort and'Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K; R. S.
. It pays to have a G0URZ LENS on
.Vour Kodak or Camera, became of
the richer and finer results.
Honolulu Photo Supply
Fort, near Hotel
FILMS AND CAMERAS
HENRY MAY & CO.
IMMIGRANTS ARE .
Russian Troublemaker Is
There Is Very little doing around the
Territorial Immigration station thqso
dais The last lot nf Russian Immi
grants coming to Honolulu by the
steamer Korea were found very easily
hAndlod b I ho officials nt tho local Bta
tlon. Two or thico icrsons Buffering
through pomo affllctlmt were discov
ered alii tho patients have therefore
been detained They will bo deported
b tho first available steamer sailing
Tor the Orient.
Director Rojal D. Mead of tho Ha
waiian Planters' Labor Ilurcnu. has
closed his offlco at tho planters' re
cruiting shed, tho last of the Russians
having departed for Hawaii and Kauai
plantations last ovcnlng.
Practical!) Iho cntlro number passed
by tho Immigration 'authorities havo
now connected with the sugar estates.
They offered no such violent objection
to terms as was the case of the first
Installment nf Russians from Harbin.
It Is qulto evident that pomo one In
authority Indulged In n very Btrcnuous
heart to heart talk with the Russians
before they sailed from Kobo for Ho
nolulu. Tho claim that there was a misund
erstanding of the agreement between
tho recruiting agents and tho laborers
was not dragged, forth by tho latest lm
liortatlons of, Russians. Tho elimina
tion nf this plllkla made smooth the
way of the Planters' Association offi
cials In assigning Iho laborers to tho
While no dcflnlto advices have been
received by tho Immigration officials
It Is believed that tho last consignment
of Russians Ik duo to arrive at, Hono
lulu .on or about Juno 11 bv tho Pacific
3UU liner Siberia. , t
AT THE YOUNCJ.
Monday, May 23.
Miss L. M. Cleaves, Oakland, Cnl.;
A. B. Todd. Walalua; W. M. Templo
ton,Wahlawa; A. M. Aldrlch, Los An
geles: Aig. Johnson, William Watson,
New York: HcnJ. J, Stout,' Indianap
olis; Miss W. C. Bmlth: Mrs. W. Walk
er and daughter, T. E. Dlbblns and
wlfo, Mrs. F. W. Krausc. San Francis
co; C. P. McAvoy, Watertown; A. M.
Aldrlch, Los Angeles; Mrs. J. Schul
melstcr. 3- AT TH HAWAIIAN.
- Monday. May 23. I
rnCA". Itomano, Koloai W. D. Wlttd
Hea;B. Crcssaly and wife. Pasadena.
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WILL "BE SURPLUS, THE
-.-- GOVERNOR ESTIMATES
(Continued from Pare 1.)
tr below that of last jcar ar th
same toaton. i rom tno outlook or
iho next six1 months, both the propf
criynna incomo tax will be ahead of
last 'year on account of the large
sugar crop promised and the higher
price of this Btaple than during th
Tho whole of tho money received
will bo needed, In tho opinion of the
Governor, In that the last Lcglsla
tu re cut out several necessary appro
priations on account ot tho lack ot
money to coyCr them, and these ap
propriations will undoubtedly be
made at tho cqmlng session.
Up to May 1C the total collections
at tho tax offlco from the Island of
Ouhu had amounted to $790,817.33,
and the further collections expected
during tho remainder of the montu
were estimated at $2500. At the
end of May, last icar. tho total cot
lections were but 96f1.4Q4.64, jso
that on the last day of the present
month the amount collected will be
about $150,000 more than at the
same datq a year ago.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Hawaiian IuijndB Qahu Pearl Har
bor inner Channel Ilango Front and
Hear Day Dcac.on8, Correction Gen
eral Romarks, "Itango lino marks, mid
channel courso N, by W. 118 W. mag.
after passing through dredged portion
of reef," Data obtained fr.om survey
sheets show that this inner range
pases cry cfosu to tho easterly side ot
tho channel .betweqn buoy No, 6 and
(he stone heap marked "boulders" on
Iho chart 4107 C. & O. S ,'and Is not a
mid channel rango. Tho jeast distance
to tho eastward of this range (o the
29 foot curvo Is 8 feet; 'to iho west
watd of this rango tho least width of
channel to 28 foot, water Is 242 feet,
so that the width pf the channel Is
250 fcot at least. In ublng this rango
it Is well tlign, In going In, to keep It
opensllghtly to starboard. The east
wanf sIDo of tho channel Is tho weath
er sldo and fs the ono to bo favored.
Referring to tho Entrance Rango,
this docs nearly mark tho nild,chaniicl
of dredged portion over the roof, tho
least distance to 28 foot curvo to east
ward being 110 (cot: and to westward
to 28 foot curvo 88 feet, V
There. Is moro tbpn 28 feet of water
In, mosofho channel, put bb there
ha6 lie'en'snmo 28 foot lumps Bhown
lv"th4 survey, datn Is gjvon for this
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
LOCAL AND GENERAL
tt goes without saying that every
thing is Ilcat at Tho Encore.
7-gcatcd Auto for hire. Phone 190
Jaruea Baker. .Young-Hotel Stand. .
.Embroidered ttuusscaus and tancy
needlework. Mr. II. Dell, 162 Hotel
lfnyou want a good job done on an
auto or carrtago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
Lelthead ana Woodward, phone 657,
deliver to residences superior soda
The Kentucky saloon Is as famed
for good liquors as the State ot Ken
tucky, Jack Roberts Is tho propri
etor. Tho children aro always happy when
you havo n case of our soda In the
house Distilled water ut Consolidated
Soda Water Works. Tfclophone 71.
Ten Chlncso gamblers appeared in
court this morning nnd tho banker got
soaked $S0 for his share In the Jro
cccdlngs. Tho rest ot tho bunch got
hit for 111 each.
Judge Robinson this morning al
lowed the taxation of tho costs In tho
CnmpbulMIackfeld case, a petition for
which was filed by the attorneys fojr
tho defense last week.
Soon Duck Is still at liberty, and
likely to remain so from tho look of
things. Anderson Grace, lato ot Onhu
prison, has also forgotten to send his
change of address to tbe postal nutnor
itles, Tho pair are said to havo start
cd a now club entitled "Tho Outs."
S. Nakamoto, charged with selling
Imitation gin nt Walpahu, was prose
cuted under tho puro food laws this
morning at the Pollco Court. B. C.
Peters appeared for tho defendant and.
after argument, Judgo Andrado decid
ed to give a verdict on Saturday next.
The Japanese nuartcrs at tho Coun
try Club vvcro biqktn Into last night
and a trunk containing S4 In cash stoM" "'"$'" " ".'" K"' "" """ nD u,u
en. Tho empty trunk was found In , "i,lffi , ,, . .,,
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Oraco allow sTDuck Soon a handicap
Fourteen alleged gamblers who wcro
arrostcd by Chief Mctumo on Pauahl
street, had their cases sent over till
May 28ras tho principal defendant had
set his wedding day for tomorrow and
tho event evidently was too important
for any such thing as a gambling case
to interfere with.
lllrano, who Is alleged to have as
saulted a Japanese woman by pulling
on her urm, appeared In court this
morning and Attorneys Chtlllngworth
and Peters conducted tho caso. A cat
ana Kittens mm aomenow nguren in
tho matter, nearly drovo tho judgo
wild, and considerable trouble was
fpund ,ln getting the witness to stick
to tho main facts of tho caso. His
Honor found tho proposition too much
for ope day's work and he sent tho
caso over till Saturday.
J.E..& W, negllgco shirts In, (ho latest
summer patterns now ready at SHva's
Toggery, ft jou're looking for some
thing dressy at popular prices why not
see this stock right away,
Ypu. need not fear .any accident) to
your ,bcor,or llquor.lt yon get lt.at th,e
Criterion, .corner nt Hotel nnd Uethol
streets. Kvprythlng thorc Is thotvery
best and Befvcd In the. yery best way.
If you aro going to havo any plumb
ing dono, employ John Nott, (ho"Pio
ncjr Plumber, 182 Merchant street,
and receive tho benefit of his years of
expcrlenco In all classes of plumbing
If your delivery wagon or' heavy
truck Is In need of repairs or painting
tako It to tho W. W,i Wright Co., King
nnd South ittrects, .who aro expert re
pairers of wagons, carriages and auto
Don't be old fashjoned, ,Upio-jate
pcoplo uso tho wireless ,to communl
cato with friends and business asso
ciates at sea and on the other Islands.
On Sunday mornlnra ou will find the
office open Irom 8 until JO.
Tho Hawaiian Trust Company. Ltd.,
represents the leading companies In
all HneB of Insurance Ire, llfo, acci
dent, marine, surety, casualty, liabil
ity, etc. Your business placed with
them will bo promptly and carefully
Th,oro Is no hotter way to prqvlde
for your; future, comfort tian by mak
ing regular deposits now In a savings
bank. And thcro Is no better bank
to havo your sayings account with than
the Hank of llawajl, Ltd.. .turner ot
Merchant and For.t streets.
JAILED RUSSIANS GIVE
UP STARVING IDEA
(Continued from Paee 1.) ,
that, wo.aru satUfjed thaljou aro real
ly lnvdqnger ofdylig."
One. other ttusslan asked for some
milk this morning and was given
same. He stated that ho had somo
throat ttoublp and would jlko'somo
cow Julco tpr breakfast. It la thought
that Jho backbone of the starvation
strike Is broken, and that-rloctors will
"; ""f.'SiLVn: "V" "''", 'unfinished road wirk where only a
moonlight golf having been played. I ,-, on,n1, ,nl.nM,r ,
Hot have to administer food to tho t Oarnor, nnd sho told of how hor hits
prisoners gainst thotr will. ,band had como to her room drunk,
tu yw. fc iiiu HII,II 10 .I1U IIUD -
slan Who rohbod all tho poor boxe at
the city churchf s, and ho acts, as In-
terpreter for Jalor Asch when he lat
ter wailts to converse with the prison
Shorltr Jarrett will consult with Mm
County law authorities on tho starving "Pjj1, In cross-exatrilnatlon, Attornoy
proposition and learn exactly where Tnn defendant appeared on tho . Strauss elicited tho fact that Mr"
he stands on thn matter nf tnpMne th SCCna and mokiliE an unprintable re- Garner had mnnv limn tnbon n Wnlf..
Rpssfan prisoners, by compulsion,
, -: tt i.
C.cqRpin to n report, brought to
nn.Toliilii bv the Hhl from Knunl thts'hnt Miy.ir.anytblne wns thrown. She.
morning, thn MntRon Nnvlgntlnn
Btcnmnr Hllonlan wob tnklnc on siieor
at nioolo nnd was rchcdnlci) to sail
nt nipoio nnd was scheduled to sail. " rel prmuseiy irom a wound on
for San Francisco today. this forehead. Qarncr refused to go
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
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FOR -0011 ROADS
Smaller Demands of Board
Now To Receive
"It will tako at least a million dol
lars to cover tho cost of doing tho,
work on ,new or (incompleted roads
throughout the. Cty and County of Ho
nolulu, should tho road board hccil tho
many petltlrna coming beforo tho Sup
ervisors at ovcry meeting, from resi
dents, demanding better highways."
Such w'a the declaration coming
from Supervisor Qulnn this morning.
windward Oahu In company w itn
Mayor J. J. Fern and Supervisor Kane.
Yesterday Culnn and Knno put In a
busy afternoon In going over a drawer
full of petitions, from taxpayers and
citizens who havo maintained a moro
or less Insistent clamor for better,
"Now that .c have tho Kahana nndl
Kalanunul beach rord yearly cleared
from tho slate, tho City and County
will necessarily havo moro money to
devoto to the smaller requirements
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. wwisuix.il v v uu
'comparatively small expenditure was
.no0(I'C(I wold uq comnctcll wltnn n
.kn.l Im.a I
u n,nniinr..i 11,. u,nrir nn iiniM
FtrPCL Manoa valley Palolo valloi
Kallhl Camrt tho Ka'utolanl and tho
Schnack tract as districts destined to!,a1 nl8,lt Mn"ln' mct tho omccr nnd
receive early attontlon from the City
and County road department. I
According to.rouh estimates now
In hand about fifty thousand dollars
wl n aco this roaa d strict liovondi
tho reach ot criticism.
Union S.S. Director But1LfIwJLI!:teA,'l,l:i,'
Few Hours In The
Sir James Mlllpromlncntly Identi
fied with tho Ualvn8tcamshlp Com
pany of Aulraltl.i,whlch lluo of
steamers Ib a great factor In tho, trans
portation of freight una passengers
throughout the south Pacific and ex
tending to foreign ports, was, permit
ted Ijut a hurried visit to Honolulu.
HO arrived late' last ovcnlng as a 'pas
senger bv the Canadian-Australian lln
er,Manuka. Tho vessel arrived aC'tho
port shortly after 8 o'clock.
Sir James Mills, accompanied by his
secretary and valet, wcro hooked nnd
assigned a suite on .tho Matson Navi
gation steamcFWHliolmfna" whlch"v6iis
sel sailed for San Francisco at 10
oclock this morning.'
"I am on my way to London and
whatever arrangement may bo,cffccted
between tho Union Btoamshlp Com
pany and tho Matson Lino for au Inter
change of traffic will not bo attempted
uy 1110 wiiiiu ueru. t
Tho Australian steamship mngnato
will upon arrival at San' Francluco
i,i.. ... 1 i... , .i.u
.vu .. iu.iwuuiu .u .u.
mo.uircctoraio or tno juaison ciaviga-
'I0".1-'??' J.'""?:..?.! "tt.,?.,U?.t:
nkon 'ud at Vhl. rime ""sacks has arrived ,(rom Hawaii Vy he
laxon up ni mis time, . f. .,. 'mhi,... ri, iin. ,.,.
sir James s reported pa mudi grat
fled a, the splendid conSectlon. Sade
oy tno Canadian-Australian steamer
Villi tho Matsort liner at tho port
IOELA ANDREW IS
SENT jD TRIAl
Judge Andrate' Commits
,At fho Polko' Court this morning
the case of Ioola Andrew, Awho Is
charged wlth murdering Alec darner,
canid up for preliminary hearing. T,lio
defendant .was renrescnted by Leon
M. Strauss and .tho prosecution waa
conducted uy A. M. Drqwn.
The .first -.witness called wnsVrs.
, t" "" " ..wm . w.,u ,,.u ,ww...,Wnu intu Jti itUKill DVC iWfiurV I1U
""d 't outside tho house on a wood resided aparUrpm hl wlfo., Sho, how.
rl,le- Garner, she alleges, then got over, accompanied him, and scolng
""""j " riviueurau uuu nn-
tlyo who were nuarreng, nnd emerged
ln a drunken fashion frntti IiIh rfinni
'and Piinulred If utiyuno wished to
mark, stooped down nnd made tho mo -
-.- -. ....wnub wmvuMMb t,.,.u. ,w
aji neany uajK, and tno. witness could
, ' not
jhowevcr. njion going, into her room,
roi" Garner Rlttl'ig on a chair nnd
hlccdlnn profusely from a wound on
.LI n II l I. i
HAWAII LEAVES ON
All Ready For Big Race
From San Pedro To
Commodore Wilder, who will sail
tho Hawaii In tho transpacific raco from
Son fodro to .Honolulu, stated this
ninrnlne that nvcrvthfnir was shauim:.
up vwoll for tho hlg event, and that on
Tuesday noxt. May 31, tho gallant "rep-1
resentatlvo of the Hawaiian Islands
would start on her voyage to tho main
Tho. crew Is now, being. finally se
, ,r" , ...ii -.ni iV i.V -.
" f " ,"aw"' .w'lb,fnH.no,Ln;
Captain Wilder Xcc s confident that
v,llh " nt wl" do n" ln
Sr ! w'" TlhVf&TlZ
fPf. nn0.0. rr"r1' '0 ,?,JnS .In
iUo "ll0Ul11 G cioM fvWlnnlng tho
EXTRA TI1KFF HUNTM8
Iouts Martini, being, a county prts-
cr, decided that Asch's hotel I was
good enough for his. He accordingly
BIM1L WUIU I1I1UIIKI1 U UHIIIDVI. lltu. " .
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would surrender to omccr Minnviouo,
" ,hu la,tor wuld moot him by ap-
polntmont. Mlnnvlello consented, and
mmsou up. no siaieu in courii
h morning that It was an ovorpow-
crlng lov0 for n certain fairy that
'""uo """ ""u "'" "' ""'" "'".K..8. . fi f
Judgo Andrade listened to 1niln
lovo lorn story and then remarked
that tho defendant woud Jilt1 havo
threo months additional sentence to
ecrvo through his cscapado. Tho (air
ono will havo to ,walt nearly fourtcon
months moro beforo shu can again
keep. Iiouiq for Louis.
THE Ri:VENVE CUTTER Thetis l'n
LslansKy Islands. Tho mission of
the Thetis, however, remains as In all
former .crttlses, more or less shrouded
In, mystery. .Iho Thetis may get Into
touch with Midway Island and J from
there may como news of her move
ments und probablo return to Hono
.,T0IAY'8 .ARRIVALS Included ,tho
lfltertl))and steamor W. O. Hallfcom
Kauai pof(s( bringing a dozen pfsscu
gers and a. cargo o(, sugar amounting
to 5oQ sacks. ' ,ln addition to Biigar
shipments 20 sacks'' oocoanutB and, 26
pa'ckages sundries urrlvqd. Tho vessel
met with moderate weather on her
I , '
PURSER I.OOAN of tho stcamjir.W.
O. Hall reports -4ho. following Bugar
awaiting shipment on Kauai: K. 8. M.
2160: K. K. B.r 2tG0; V. K.. 1200; M.
JA. K.. B5.12G: McR.. 27.282: K. P.,
sua; ii. r., u.uiu; 11. ai ui.r; m, a.
co, suuu; k. a. co, szvu.
SAILINQ FROM Hawaiian IslarAl
ports by tho way 'of Kaanapall, tho
American-Hawaiian freighter Arlzonan
is inuci:t;iiiiiii iu namia v.iu& wiiii
largo shipment pf sugar. Tho vessel
... fnr ,hn ...I,,.,... ,,n Uniiilnr.
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SUGAR TO tho amount of lb
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AT 2 O'CLOCK yesterday tho pa
cific Mall liner Mongolia sailed frpm
San Franplsco, destncd for Honolulu
and the coast of Asia. Tho vessel la
duo to arrlvo hero on Monday morn
THE MATSON Navlgatlqn steamor
Lurllno Is ronortcd as having arrlyod
at San Francisco at 7 9'clock yester
day morning. Tho vessel sailed from
h era ,on tliq evening of May 16.
C, QRCWER & CO., th'o local ngenta
for tho Oceanic Steamship Sierra, havo
been advised that thp vessel nrrlyei)
aV San Francisco at, 1 o'clock on Tues
day' mornlpg. . ,
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IN FOREIGN PORT
- Wednosday,-,My 25.
YOKOHAMA Sailed tay 26! 8. ,8.
Nippon Maru. from fd'otiama.
KOtlE Arrived .Way '25: 8. S, Man-
i nui.Manu ror . Honolulu; , .
,, tt.tt.tt jj n n n a a.a n.n n
.to tbe hospital and returned to bis
I own room on Kukul street, ,whoro. ho
mai no was naoiy injured, Foni ror
tho pollco and had her husbapd .taken
(n dm hnnnltnl wh... h. .nn.i .nn.n
1 from her husband; Oarner always
Kiuuuvii u Hiiue wiiuu nu was arunic.
f Btrnus smade it fin orntlnn bii; he
half hf his cllont nnd limiurlit nut' or.
ry point In his fnvor, Judgfe JAnilrado",
however, found thn defendant 'b-iiIHv.
nnd committed him to tho' Circuit
Court for trial.
nnd comniltfed him to tho' Circuit
I i jj
Sh i piping'
4. , ... ' '4 - fr
I AHRIVED , I l ,PHAHTP .,
Tuesday, MaytSI. i
Australian porta via Suva MiuililV
C. A, 8. 8 , 7;45 p. m.
Wodncsday, May 25.
KburI ports W,. O. Hall, stmr., a. ni.'
; r-r .....',.. t'
Norfolk, Va.-Vancouver. Dr. .is.,.1
Newcastle, N. S. W. St. Dunstan,
Thursday, May 26,
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudln?,
Friday, May 27.
Victoria and Vnncouvor Makura.
C.A. 8. S.
, Hongkong via Japan t porta Duyo
Maru. Jap. stmr,
Saturday, May 28.
Hllo via way portB Mauna
8unday, May 29.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
Monday, May 30.
n r. -.. tkAMtln Tl t O O
can rrwiciscu muus" ' ' "
Sunday, June 5. 1
' Ncwcastlo, N. 8. W. Henley, Ilr. I
Wednesday, June 1. ,
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. 8. 8.
Kauat ports W. O. Hall. stmr.
Thursday, June 2.
Hawaii via Maul ports ciauuino, ,
Friday, June 3.
San Francisco lcrrav O. S. 8.
Kona nnd Kau portj-Mauna Loa,
Saturday, June 4,
Hongkong nnd Japan ports Nippon
T. K. K. 8. 8,
jBurt'day, June 5.
I Maul nfiilKofoknl jiorts Mlkahala,
Btmr. '; "
Kauai ports-Ktnau stmr.
Tuesday, June 7.
sn Francisco Tonyo Maru, T. K.
Saturday, June 11.
Mnhlla. Hongkong via Japan ports-
Siberia, P. M. 8. 8.
Monday, Juna 13.
San Francisco Korea. P. M. S. 8.
Tuesday, June 14.
San Ffanclsco Yllhclmlna, M. N.
Saturday, June 18.
Hongkong via Japan ports China,
P. M. 8. 8. ,
Tuesday, June 21.
Australian portB'vIa Suva Maranin,
C.-A. S. 8.
Friday, Jurvn 24.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. S.
Saturday, June 25.
Vancouver Manuka, C.-A. 8. 8.
1 Hongkong via Japan ports Man
churia, P, M. sr 8.
Tuesday, June 23,
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T, K.
K. 8. 8.
Wednesday, June 29.
8an Frajcjfcttr-Lurjlne, M-. N. 8,8,
Per M. N. 8. S. 'oxadan, for 8an
Francisco, May '25. Mrs. Kodllng,
Mrs. M. Mitchell. -
Per stmr. Claudlno for Hawaii porta;
May 27 Mrs. Wm. Bell.
Per stmr. Claudlno. for Hawaii, an J
Maul ports. Mr. and Mrs. J,, P. Cooke,
Dr.. A. II. Clark,, Miss A. J. Adams. ,
Per Btmr. Klnau, (pr Kauat ports,
May 31, F.N. Payno. A, H.. Rico.
Per ptmr. Mauna; Kqa, for Hllo via
way ports. May 31.-rE. F. Coddlngtqn,
II. ,T. .Barclay. Mrs. Barclay, n. I.
Mead. Cecil Brown, Mrs. P, McLean.
Per stmr. Mauna Xoa, for Kona and
Kau1orts, Juno 3. "W. Kapcko, J, Ka
pcko, Messrs. Lindsay, Johnson, K.
May, T. May, Stevens. Misses Ilin I
(2), JameB Hind, Mrs. Hind, Mrs.
Grocnbnugh, O. Bcrtlcman, Oco. Cani
bell, Oeo. Howlft, Jr.
Ha. A fl 'C nlnppa fnr Qnn Vran.
Cisco, Juno 8. O. H. Swezcy, Mr. and
Mrs.'0. A. Nlckcs6n."M."K, Cook," Mr'
andMrs.-SB. Marston, Miss Orundy,
Ilov. D. Scuddcr, Mrs.r M. (J.' Balcom.
Mrs. E., Lcws,, Miss Van Dalccn. V.
Busch, A. M. Morrill. Miss Hamilton,
Miss AsHunUMjBs F. A. Dewtt. Miss
Rosenberg, Miss Wells, Mr. and Mrs.
J. i L. Oordon Mrs. 0. A.. Marker, Mrs.
L. Rider, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Home,
MrB. Kent, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Tullj,
Miss M., Maxwell. Mrs. Hummel.-MIbj
K.Mattoon, Geo. ulbb. Jtidgoand Mrs.
Bcatty. W. W. Ooodale, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Jllchards. V. do Btettevlllo, Mlsa
E.,M.$teveos,' Mlsa M. Welch, Mlss,E.
Roece, Dr. Cbrls 0'Dayr Wm. Campsle,
J. M. Ruddtman, Vfot, Lord, l'rof. Cpd
dlngton.'Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bryan,
Mr. and Mr. 8. D. Kokl. Mrs. A. Wag
ner, Mrs. Jr Wlnton. II. P. Asbburn,
VarkxAshburn,.Mrs 8ownll. Miss Sew
wllMrs, C; M- Moragne Mrs. M. Yar
borpugb, Miss I, YartHJrpUKh, Bishop
llostarick, J. D. Watson, iet, M. L
uuuKiuaB, mary a. jurRir, ivjiss r,
Cook. MIbb'M. Reed,Mr. oifcf Mr4J; II. Illtchcock, MIbb C. W. 8hlpman.
Devercuux, Mrs. W. L. Ungton, r.fMtts C. M. Shlpmanf Miss P.. L Bblp-
Farla. B Candall, J.(P. LynchR. H
Wolln. F. M, Parker. Mr. Wm.Kse,
Mrs. Kruse f r. ' A
TRAN8PORT 8eRVICE, I
Plx, arrived at Seattle May 14.
Logan, arrived at San Francisco May
Sherman, nailed from Manla, Moy H.
Sheridan sailed from Honolulu for
Manila May 14.
A BIIIPMENT'nf ll.mhnr m.i. i
to tho local ag-ncV of Allen & Robin'
ton! Is roortedld havd left Tacorim
dvld havd left Tacorim
vesterday by the .American schooner
- CARGO TiTOM Ilqnqlulu w ai holn
dhcharKBil nt K&ifia fAim Irtlf'Ui..!:
Ifland steamer Keauhou nt tho tlmo of
I doparturo of tho steamer Hall,
Ifland steamer Keatihou nt
' Tuosday, May 24.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p m.
Maul and Molokal porta Mlkahala.
stmr., 5 p. m. '
Wednesday. MV 2.
-San Francisco Wllhelnilna, M. 'N.
S. 8."ion. m. "' . I
- 1"'"' '
VE88EL& TO DEPART '
Wadnssday, May 25.
Victoria and Vancouver Manuka.
C.-A. 8. S, 3 p. m,u t. 1
Thursday, May 28. '
Kauai ports W. O, Hall, strur 5
p. m. ?
San Francisco Nevadan, M. D. 8.
8., G p. m. " ,f
Friday, May 27.
Australian porta via tfUva Makura,
C.-A. 8. 8. -
8outh and Central American port
Duvo Maru, Jap. stmr.
.Maul and Hawaii ports, Claudhic,
stmr., G p. m. t ' . i ,
Monday, Ml' 30f
.Tnnfln nnrli nhil ltoAnVnne Mnn
.. - n t
goua, 1-. ja. a. 4.
Saturday, June 4. ;
Ban Francisco Nippon Maru, TAK.
K. 8. S , " '" ""
Tuesday, June 7.
Bn Francisco- Liitllh6.M."N. 8. fi.
japan porU -vud Hongurng Tcnyo
jjaru. T. K. K. 8 0. " "' '
Wednesday, June 8.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8.
Saturday, June.1L ,
Ban Franclnco SlborIar'l'.tM. 8. 8.
Monday, June. 13. ,
Japan ports and Hongkong Korcu,
p. M. 8. S.
Saturday, June IB.
San Francisco China, .P. M. 8 8.
Victoria, B. C Marama', C. A. 8. 8.
Wednesday, June 22. i
San Francisco iWllhollaluo, M.) N.
Saturday, June 2S. t
Australian ports ,yla Suva Manuka,
C.-A. 3. 8. 1
Ban Francisco Manchuria, P. J M.
8. 8. '
Tuesday, Juna, 28., J
Japan portB and Hongkong Nippon
Maru, T.'K. K. 8. S.' ' p S
Wednesday. June 29. 1
San Francisco Vlicrra, O. 8. 8,
IVED I t
,' fom Ante
Per C.-A. 8. S. Manuka.'
trflllan imrts. May 24, Sir ' James
Htllt. 1-' alMm.J, Hf. .n.l lira (
B. Wells, Mrs. and MIbb .Tulloch, Mls.i
C. K. B. Barker, Miss J'.tM. Barker.
Miss M. Lowncs, P, Benjamin, v 8.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kiual
ports. May 2$. Y, ,Amoy, Judgo 8. B.
Dofo, C, II. Jonnlngs. "T,,,A. Cunning
ham, B, llayashl, E, Langcr.
Per stmr. Klnau top Kauat jicjrts.
May ii. Oeo. Bustard, A, Romano, P.
ratama. Rev. W. '8. Short, Miss- B.
Hastle, J. W. Cathcart.
' Per M. N. 8. S. Wllheimlna, for San
Francisco, May 25. L. LfVGrecnwell,
Mrs. L, L. Grcenwcll. Mrs. K. i M.
Stync, "MrB. C. II. Dlckoy, R. 8.
Pbolps, Mrs. It. 8. Phelps. Mrs. O! II.
Swexoy, O. it, 'Swcioy, "AV, A. Paul,
Mrs. W. A. Paul and Infant. M. 8. Bis
sel, Mrs. M. S. Slsscl, ,Mlss Weber,
MrB. F. Weber1, F. 8. Scudder, EJ II.
Hand, P. Gorman, F. Weber. Wm.
Watson, Mrs. 8am I. McKcague, Ham' I.
McKeaguo, E. E. Crandell. j; B. Wat
sbn, B. T. Stout, 'W. K.'Orth,' Mrs. W.
K: Orth, II. R. Grant, ijenfy Mead.
Chas. Remington, Mrs. L. M.' Gray,
Charlolto P, Dodge, f-lrs. It. C. Jones,
Mrs. II. Keener, MIbb Mi I" Douglass,
Mrs.L. K. Slm'pson, Mrs, M. C Smith,
MIbs'.M. E.-Bosher, Mrs. Dorehma
Scudder Miss M. Home,' Miss Walker,
Mrs. Walkor, F T." DHIIrtfiharn.'rJlrs.
F.tT. Dillingham. Lulgl Dell Orto, Mrs.
Lulgl Dell Orto, Erifst"rjcsCcke;Mrs.
Ernst Glesecke,R. J, Swanioy, Capt.
C. Averdam, It. ISorne, A. R.'Camoron,
W. 8, Wltto, Jas-leClcllan, Mlsi E.
M. Christian, Mrs, John K. Oanall,
Mrs. W. U Whitney, iita.' B. W. Sut
ton,' Miss J. E. Raymond,. Mrs. C. T.
Wilder and child,' Miss May E. La
Tolar. Mrs. C. W.iDeebo, H. II. Mil
ler, Mies M. A. Miller. Miss I. Reld,
Mrs. P. R. Brlnckcrhprt and Infant, J,
D. Van Baalen, MrsJ. D. Van Baalen,
Mrs'F. G. Hlssem and child, T. E.
Dlbblns, Mrs T. E. Blbblns, MrB.Un
na L,r Wright, Slr,JameMins"and
secretary, Mrs. Sir JameB, Mills! Mm.
P. L. Homo, MIsa'L Richardson. J. L.
Horno. J. A. McCandlosB, R. J, Mc
Donald, MrS. Itt J.- McDqrrald. Dr., W.
P. Austin. Mrs. W. P. Austin, C. G.
Bockus, Gen. ,J, McCIollan, Mrs. J.
McClellan. child 'and mMd. Mlsrf R.
McClcllan, Miss 'J,' McCljllan, lijula
Ayres, E E. Boswofth. 8,P. Prathor.
Mrs. 8. D. Prathor. Mrs. L. C. Stool
and child. D. II. Hitchcock Mrs D.
than. Mrs. .ScottAlva Scott. Rl F.
Oakea. Mrsi R. P. Oakcs. Miss E.
Wagner, O. B Ripley, Mls3 Lonlso
Caldwqll, W. L. Hellbron, Mrs. Hi M.
We'lfs, T..R. Robinson. II. 8. Ship-
man. L.B. Arnpld, II. A, Catuell. ,
Malls are que at Honolulu from
points as follows: i
Colo'nfcs Icr Marama. Juna 21. I
vi...i. v.. .. ' -:: ,i ..
"jwm i er uenyo waru, mbwbt.
y,an?ver-Fer Makura, May 27."
. " VJ .V"'"' '.Tr' wr -onBoa. way ju.
Malls Will denart for the fnllnalna
points as fojfows:
okoliqma PPrMnnRolln, May
ancouver Per, Mnpiika,,Jhti&s),
(7otorilee Per' Maklira, iliv' 'hii
i 25i ..n,(mt