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EVENWO DtJLLBTtN, lJONOLTJLtJ. T. tt., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1910.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Roto Croix Special.
All visiting membors of tbt
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting of loeni lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
lllniur runiiirrr.M flicuiucii ui
mamiic cnoinccno ocr Alio
BENEFICIAL ASSIATtCR. ciatlon. cor
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets ovcry Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. T. Hall, Fort Strcot.
B. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. n. McCOY. Noblo Orand.
All vliltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets OTery first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R.. &-
"HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. O.E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 016, D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday evon-
Ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
tnvltod to attend.
JAS. U. DOUOHEUTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL. Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
jpythlis Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to altend.
i I'. H1UU1NS, Sachem.
i E. V. TODU, C. of It.
jHONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. .
9" Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
'.NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
-.Beretanla and Fort stroets. "'-
"Visiting Eagles are Invited to aV
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
TO.i McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
.Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
9- Hall, cor. Fortiand Deretanla. Visit-Wj-
Intttbrotlicr cordially Invited to at-
9 II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A, JACOBSON, K. R. B.
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Fort, near Hotel
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TAKE TO FOOD
Starvation Strike Soon
All the Russian prltoners nt
Asch Retreat are now feeding well,
and tho hack of tho starvation strike
Is broken. Yesterday afternoon at 8
o'clock Vnslllcff and Ills pats sent
word to Jnller Asch that thoy would
not turn up their noseg at some roast
chicken If It were ottered them.
It was not the regular meal time,
but ns soon as the genial Hob Levi
announced that the martyrs woro
ready for knuknu, tho cook was In
structed to supply a meal at onco.
This was done, chicken dirt mot fig
ure on the menu card. The authori
ties were glad to go"t over the trou
lilo so easily, as tho forcing of pa
tients to eat would become monoto.
nous after n time and require the
pretence of a doctor at every meal.
Vaslllcff & Co. did not stick to
gether well .m the proposition, as,
ono by ono, they were nuking for
food on tho strict (J. T. The party
want to get work outside with the
grass-cutting gang, but thero Is noth
ing doing In Hint line. Consequent
ly the men spend most of their tlmo'
In their cclis, whoro they sleep and
read a'l day.
Oil SUM VOTE
The following notlco has been Is
sued for tho Information of tho
women who are advocating the plan of
a straw vote on tho prohibition ques
tion by -tho women of Hawaii:
."All. women who aro Interested In
tho' subject of obtaining a straw voto
of tho women of Hawaii on tho ques
tion of prohibition aro requested to
meet" for a discussion of that subject
at tho Royal Hawaiian Hotel Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. Tho commltteo
appointed at tho preliminary meeting
last Monday will make a report, and
discussion and action will bo taken
upon tho question of tho advisability
of obtaining such a voto and, If that
Is deemed advisable, upon tho plan
of organization and proccduro."
Hawaiian Sugar Company's stock
made a, tremendous Jump according to
tho quotations marked up on tho
stock list this morning, but no sales
have been .made at tho now figures
which aro CO bid and CS asked.
But so far. as the sales were. con
corned there -was nothing to stir the
blood .with excitement. Oahu, that
was- supposed to have touched lied
rock Is 'still selling at 31. Pioneer
has' dropped to 218 with 21C bid. Mo
Brydo is selling In small lots at C
and Hawaiian Commercial Is changing
hands nt 41.75.
Thero Is no very octlvo bidding for
any particular stock, though tho sea
son oft extra dividends is approach
ing. Tho banks aro reported to ba
loosening up although they have not
reached tho .nt of seeking loans.
LABOR CONDITIONS HERE
IDEAL, SAYS WELLS
(Continued from Pag-e 1.)
struck with 'the prosperous appear
ance of tho working people. Down
In Australia tho working mon run
things, and they are gotting so now
that theyi don't want to let . even
whito men.lnto tho country, fqr fear
the competition will be Increased,
"One of the greatest times I had
was when I attended the events of
aviation week at Rhelms. I was
there when tho American, Olenn
Curtis, 'walked off with all the prizes
for speed, and height, and so forth,
and you can be sure that I helped
make the welkin ring for Old Olory.
Tho Frsnth don't know how to han
dlo crowds very well, and I was 'a
sight when I got home. The stories
thoy tell about tho rush on the cle
vated in New York was nothing to
thai scramble. But I should be
happy t went If I had got home
skinned alive Instead nt being near
ly skinned of my clothing In the ter
Mr, Wells expects to remain Id
the city ten days and then go to Ban
Francisco, where he wilt make his
pormanent home the better part of
the year, "I haven't left Hawaii,''
said ho. "Wo shall be down here
each year, and we hope to have a
homo here and one In California.
Our children are all In the States,
and my daughter, Instead of going
with us, decided to become the wife
of a San Francisco newspaper man.
Her .husband broke down from over
work, and they are now at Marys
vllle. Hut we haven't cut loos
from tho Islands entirely, and don't
THE AMfCMCAN achoaner Roroalls
Is roiotod ly oHlcers of tho piaudlno
ns at Kahulul nt tho time the Inter-
Island steamer called at tho Maul port.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without saying (hat every
thing Is Best at The' Encoro.
'7-acatcd Auto for "hire. Phone 1 0t
James Baker, Young Hotel Stand. '
Embroidered tioutBcaus and iauc)
needlework. Mr. U, Bell, 162 Hole
it you want a good Job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen 8t.
Lelthcad ana Woodward, phono 657 .
deliver to residences superior sodh
The funeral of Tholmn K. Jone.s will
take placo this afternoon at 3:30 from
William's Undertaking Parlors.
Tho Kentucky satoon Is as famed
for good llqtiors as the Statoof Ken
tucky, Jack Roberts Is the proprl
Tho children are always happy when
you" havo a case of our soda in tho
house Distilled water ut Consolidated
8oda Water Works. Tolophono 71.
Chief McDufflo has munded up a
portion of tho gang of roung toughs
who hang about tho Country Club
The framework for tho Rapid Tran
alt's new car barn Is being erected
and tho spur track on Young street It
nearly completed. '
Detective Chief McDafflo has takori
upon himself the duties of nosing out
"blind pigs" and starting them on
their way. Success has attended him
Tho fifth annual report of tho Henry
Wntcrhouso Trust Company, guardian
of tho estate of IV. R. and Leonora
Opfcrgclt was filed' In court this
J. J. Byrne as administrator of tho
estate of the lato Fred M. Lyon re
ports to the court that the cstato of
the deceasod consists of cash In III
shop and Compnif's bank amounting
Several agreements between Ha-
wailan Irrigation Company and Hond-
kaa Sugar Company havo been fllod
In tho Bureau of Conveyances rela
tlvo to the water to bo supplied tho
latter by tho former.
A Russian named Lllljol exceeded
tho sped limits in th way of beer
swallowing yesterday and became
somewhat overjoyed. Ho spent the
night In the cooler and this morning
was fined 84 by Judgo Andrade. I
Central Union Endoavorora and
their friends will meet at the end of
the Kalmukl car line for a tramp
around Diamond Head, Friday, May
27 at 7:30 p.. m. The gcntlcmon are
requested to bring fruit and tho ladles
will take sandwiches.
Twonty-elght teachers In tho De
partment of Public Instruction have
notified Superintendent Pope that they
will resign from the service- a't the
close of tho present term. It Is ex
pected that many moro will signify
their Intention of so doing about the
tlmo the school year closes next
An invitation was Issued to the
chairman and membors of the Hawaii
Promotion Commltteo today .by1 W. M.
MInton for tho flret rldo on a sight
seeing automobile servlco that he la
Inaugurating. Tho .trip1 which MInton
has planned will occupy half an hour
and the route will bo followed In giv
ing tourists an opportunity of fee
ing tho sights of Honolulu. '
Tho further hearing in tho divorce
of Ah Hoe versus Sam Yuen has
been )iogtponed by request of counsol
until Juno 3. Tho caso" brought by
the wife for dlvorco charging cruelty
has been contested , strenuously by the
husband. Rcveral weeks ago It' took
a court order to' compel htm to pay
tho alimony of $3.50 weekly which
had been ordered by the' Court.
Charls F, Wilder, J. M. Monsarrat
and J. M. Thompson, appraisers ap
pointed by the Supreme Court in the
matter of tho condemnation proceed
ings brought by the Oahu Railroad
Company against John II Estate and
Ho Hln have reported. They state
that the land of John II Is worth' $600,
that of Ho Hln $25 and that of Kau
See $186.25. Should Hln bb dispos
sessed beforo his rloo Is gatherod he
receives $50 more and In the samo case
Kau Sheo will reoclve $100 addition
al for a building. "
The city road department Is putting
in some pretty good lleMcs towardB
making tho city watorfront present
able. That portion which lies In tho
vicinity of tho new Alakea street
wharf and along1 Ala Moana road was
treated to 'a cleansing process today
which thus far has resulted In tho
romoval of many 'dump carts fltlod
with .loose dirt and coal dust.
Heretofore this refuse was1 scatter-'
ed about with distressful perfusion,
Much to the everlasting dlscomforture
of. thosi whoso business called them
to the shipping districts
Over at tho recently acquired Fish
Market Park1, a number of city .and
county prisoners and other laborers
aro at work trimming the trees and
shrubbery and endeavoring to make
that snot presentahlo.
Through the Instrumentality of the
Board of Public Works, a complete
line of coment side walk has now been
laid on both aides of Alakoa street
from tho Intersection of King to the
TUB SUGAR pargohrouRht to Ho
nolulu by the Intonlsrand Steamer Kt
nuhou from Knunl ports Included 1700
sacks. Ono passengor nnd a fow
packages Bimdrics arrived by tho
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
SLUE STREAK MARKS
TRAIL OF THAYER
As Dillinghams Agent
He Burns Much
A bluo and highly odorlzcd streak
from burning gasollno marks tho trail
of Alfred Flndlay Thayer as ho flits
across tho sun kissed plains and hills
of tho Island of Luton In tho far
Thayer, lias created much constern
ation .among tho sleep loving land
owners In tho Far Eastern osscgstons
by his declaration that ho Is spend
ing tho millions of the Honolulu Dill
inghams In tho Investment of sugar
plantations and tho erection of mills.
Now ho Is reported as making record
breaking runs In n high powered Joy
The' Manila Cablcncws tells of tho
fast and furious paco sot by Thayer
In his demonstration of "Hustling tho
East, it says:
"Alford Flnley Thayer, author of
"Tho' Forest Empire" nnd agent In
the Phlllpplnos of B. F. Dilllnghnm
nrid Company of Honolulu, will leave
this morning for IlAgulo with the com
pany's high powered .new Bulck mo
tor car. Ho exacts to take the car
right through to Bagulo. Ho will re
turn to Camp Ono with tho car to
moot Mrs. Thayer and tho baby, who
will Icavo Manila on tho Thursday
Since coming to tho Philippines
February 6 Mr. fThaycr has been lead
Ing the strenuous lite In his constant
trips back and forth between Manila
and tho Calamba estate. After a fow
days of recuperation ho will return
with tho car to Manila. Mrs. Thayer
anil tho child will stay In Bagulo for
Poultry for salci Flno lot of chlck
ens and geese Just nrrlvcd. Tel. 109
or call nt Club Stables, 1128 Fort
Men who demand stylo and quality
In dress shoos will bs satisfied with
the now $5 01388 Now York shoo at
lha'Mariufactiircrs Shoe Co.,"Ltd:, 1051
During tho months of Juno, July
nnd August tho' Sachs Dry -Goods Co,
will closo Saturdays at 1 o'clock so as
to clvn cniDloycs a half holiday. Hcln
along tho good work by trading early
' GREET SAN GABRIEL
HILO, Hawaii, May 23. Tho Pop
tugueso cruiser San Gabriel arrived
early this morning, and was met by
a large number of Portuguese who
went out In, the steamer Claudlno and
In launches. An elaborato program
has been planned for tho entertain
ment of officers nnd men during the
four days they will be hero, Includ
ing n trip to tho Volcano for all on
ASKS DISMISSAL .
Josephine 'J, Perry whoso dlvorco
caso from Frank J, Perry was taken
to tho' Supremo Court on appeal by
tho defendant has asked that the caso
bo" docketod and dismissed.
Tho' grounds for this action as sot
forth 'In the petition aro that the' de-'
fendant failed to fllo tho necessary
papers on appbal within tho twenty
days allowed by, law.
On April 20. the' decision was given
In tho caso by Judge. JB.aber.tsop and
two' days' after notlco "of appeal was
Attorney Petors represents
v Borne very high class banjo music
was gven last evenng at the Novelty
Theatre byMcOrath and Pago. Any
lover of-good' banjo music should not
fall to hear these artists. They have
a complcto change of program for
Mayo and Rowo, comedy sketch ar
tlets aro still making the usual Hit.
These peoplo are artists of unusual
ability and nover ill to please tbo
most critical audlonco.
Tpnlght by special request they will
present "Kiltie's Letter." "They always
get tho people talking -with this
sketch. Come and see It.
gsy'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin. nj
THE FORMER San Francisco steam
ship Alameda sailed May 9 from Scat
tic on her maiden voyage' as an Alas
ka liner, tor which run sho Is sched
uled for tho future Rho wont out
flying tho flag of the Alaska Steamship
Company, which recently purchased
the vessel from the Oceanic Steam
ship Company, and In command of
Captain John A. O'Bilcn, sailing for
Copper, river ports nt 11 a. m. with
275 passengers and a full caigo, (lit
latter being principally supplies and
construction material for the Copper
River and Northwestern railroad.
Slnco acquiring her, tho Alaska Steam-,
ship Company has expended about
$40)000' In alterations nnd bettcrmonts
on tho. -Alameda. Formerly she :had
accommodations for 186 cabin passen
gers in threcrbcrth staterooms, and
this' sapco has been enlarged to ac
commodate 202 passengers, nil in two
berth rooms. For tho second-class
passengers large new quarters havo
boon built forward.
AN ESCAPED PANTHER created
something of a panic on tho Gorman
steamship Ella during tho voyago of
the vessel north from San Francisco.
Breaking out of Its cage, tho beast
made Its way to tho deck and sprang
savagely at Second Officer Fritz liar
domeg, who was spooking to ono of
tho' women passengers. Tho 'panther
burled Its claws In Hardcmeg'a shout
dor and worried his log. First, Officer
Ludwlg Mcrgenbaum, who had armed
himself with an oar from one of tho
lifeboats, enmo to Hardemcg's assis
tance and beat tho ferocious animal
off. Enrangcd by tho attack, tho pan
ther sprang at JUorgcnbaum and
caught him by his uniform as ho at
tempted lo dodgo. Tho panther got'
away, with much of tho' chief officer's
clothing and started to toar It tn
pieces. As It as doing this two of tho
deckhands, under orders from Captain
Bruhn, brought tho steamship's hose
to bear on tho animal and quickly sub
EASTERN ADVICES received .at
Tacoma, -state' that tho demand for car-,
go steam tonnage on the Atlantic has
been materially Increased by a requi
sition from the United States gov
ernment for bids for tho transporta
tion of 130,000 tons of coal from tho
Atlantic range to Pacific ports. Tho
steamers arc to bo delivered for tho
trado In July and later. Of tho amount,
to bo shipped 20,000 tons will be dis
patched to tho Puget Sound navy
yard, 60,000 tons to Manila and 50,
000' tons to Honolulu. Tho fixtures of
la largo stoam fleet for tho coal trade
from tho Atlantic will result In sup-,
plying grain exporters on tho coast
with steam tonnage at the opening of
tho new season. A numbor of coal
carriers last yosr were taken by local
exporters for tho wheat trado to Eu-
ropo and several were fixed for lum
her lo tho West Coast,, .Australia and
SHIPPING COMMISSIONER ALMY
Is soon to remove his office from tho
Brewer Building to tho mauka-Ewa
corner of tho lower floor of tho cus.
toms building. This office was but
recently vacated by Assistant Harbor
master Tripp, who has token up now
quarters at the Alakea wharf. For" the
past few weeks Commissioner Almy
nas noon1 Holding' forth In offices for
merly tho business homo of the Ha
waiian Fertiliser Company; The build
ing is advertised to ba sold at public
auction on Saturday 'and Its destruc
tion has been ordered, henco tho' ro-'
moval of-tho offlco of the' shipping
commissioner of tho port to tho jsus
toms bouse. 'I
THE REPORT that the Canadian
Australian lino would place a new and
larger steamer on tbo Vancouver-8yd-'
ney.routo wasrovlded with the arrival
of the steamer Manuka. It Is said
that tho company reallto that tho throo
vessels now In the service are unablo
to satisfactorily accommodate' tho pas
Bcnger business offored the lino. It
Is claimed that n steamer along tho
lines of tho Makura has been mooted.
AT 8 O'CLOCK fast cvehlng tho Ca-nadtan-'Australlan
liner1 Makura, from
Vancouver to Australian ports by the
way of Honolulu, was reported as 660
miles off the port. It Is predicted that
the vessel will arrive here bn or about
2 .o'clock tomorrow nfternoon. Tho
Makura s voyaging through moderate
scab, southwest wind and clear weath
er. A CABLE received by tho local
branch of tho Merchants' Exchange
announces tho departuro of the Tqyo
Kltn KHl.hA llnnr Nlnnnn M., fTm
Yokohama, with Hbnolulu and Ban
Francisco as destination. Tho Nlnoon
Maru sailed from tho Japanese .port
TUB UNITED STATES revenue cut-
tor Thetis Is expected to arrlvo from
a 'cruise to 'neighboring bird islands
tomorrow." The vessel has wlreiehaed
lri her 'position nnd expected orrttaljl
wnen last nenra rrom tho -metis was
off tho coast of Kauai.
.tWJ i'Vukln.'.''U Ki
''"'I i f
. .ARRIVKq 'jit"" DEPARTED "7
I Wednesday. Mav 25.
Newcastle, N. 8. W. St, Dunstan;
Br. stmr., p. m.
Thursday, May Wi fl
Maul nnd Hawaii ports uiauumc,
stmr., a. m.
Kauat ports Kcauhou, stmr., a. m.
VES8EL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Vancouver, Br. stmr.
1 Friday; May 27.
Hilo San Gabriel, Port, cruiser.
Victoria nnd Vancouver Makura,
C.-A. B. S.
.Hongkong via, Japan ports Buyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Saturday, May 28.
Hllo via way perls Mauna Ko.i,
Sunday, May 29.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala.
A POOR QUALITY- of bunker coal
furnished the British freighter Saint
Dustaln while tho steamer was taking
on' cargo at Nowcastle N. '8. W., Is
held responsible for tho slow tlmo
mado by tho freighter In steaming
from' tho Australian coal port to Ho
nolulu. Tho Saint- Dunstan arrived
at the port yesterday afternoon after
a twenty four days voyago. A ship
ment of 'fifty four hundred tons of
Australian coal consigned to tho In-tor-Island
Steam Navigation Company
arrived by tho stoamcrv Tho Saint
Dunstan' .Is now, at the Inter-Island
coal wharf discharging.
IN ADDITION to thirty cabin and
65 'dock passengers brought from lid
wall and -Maul ports by tho Claudlnc,
that vessel arrived with a freight list
Including Items of 34 cords wood, 1600
sacks sugar, 18 sacks peas, 60 cases
money, 197 bales hides and 262 pack
ages sundries. Captain Bennett re
ports flno weather on both outward
and homoward trips. Tho Claudlno' Is
scheduled to return to Maul and Ha
waii tomorrow evening, sailing at 6
IT WILL NOT bo beforo! Juno 4th
that tho American-Hawaiian freight
er Virginian Is dispatched from her
last port of call 'In tho Hawaiian 1st
ands, with destination ns Sallna Crux.
The vessel sailed from Honolulu last
evening and will call at Kaanapall
Kahulul, Hllo and' Port Allen, at each
port, a consignment at sugar' wilt n
taken on. The Virginian will' carry
a full sugar cargo to tho Isthmus,
THERE IS said to bo' a very largo
cargo of European morchandlso on
board the German ship Ronco Hick-1
mors which vessel Is now out ono hun
drod and twenty-thrco days from Dro
mon and bound for Honolulu to tha
agoncy of II, Hackfeld & Co. Tho
ship Is also bringing a consignment
of fertilizer. Tha Gorman vessol'
should show up at the iort at any,
THREE HUNDRED tons of Oriental
frlcght Is destined for Honolulu lm-,
porters by the'Toyo Klsen Kalsha lln-'
or Nippon Maru, which, according to
a cable received at the local agency
of II. Hackfeld & Co., has sailed from
Yokohama and should arrlvo hero on.
or about Juno 3rd. The vesBol 'will
tako a few layover passengers from
the port, bound for San Francisco,
THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN lin
er Makura, with a number of passen
gers destined for Honolulu, Is ox-.
pected to arrlvo at tho port tomorrow
afternoon, In which event tho vessel
will bo dlspatchod for Australian jiorta
by the way of Suva at midnight. The
Makura comes hero from Vancouv.or.
It is understood that n small cargo
may arrive by tbo steamer.
BUGAR AWArriNO shipment ou
Kauai Includes' tho following ship
ments, according to a report which;
has' reached this port by the steamer
Keauhou: Ki S. Co., 2600; H. M.. 6517;
K. K. B 3100; K. S. M 2150; Mak
44,491; V. "K, 1200; McB., 21,639: K.
P., 8485; O. F., 19,395.
ACCORDINO to advices received by
Agent Percy Morso of tho American
Hawaiian line, tho freighter Mexican
Is to sail from Seattle for Honolulu to.
day. The vessel Is understood lo bo
bringing down a considerable cargo p(
merchandise and should arrive hore
on or about .June 4. '
CAPTAIN 8HKLDAKE,-ttiBBer of
the British freighter 'R'okcby" has not
received orders concerning his1' future
destination. Tho vossel Is bolrig re
lieved of a (shipment of United 8tntes
rrml. It Is nxnffeteri fhAt 'the' wnrlr
lnr 'riiMuii-Finir thn-vMni win h mm.
pleted by Tuesday of next week,
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PURSER KlBLING Of the IttterlS-
I amJ M? Claudlno reports tho
' luwlQS vessels at Hilo, Hawaii, at
time of departuro of the steamer for
Honolulu: Tho schooner S. T, Alex
ander, the Bhlp Edward Sowall and
PWUgueso cruiser Han OaUrJcI,
THE ARRIVAL of tho Japancsa
aipamprManslm Maru nt JJobp. ,lnpan.
ia reported. Tint., vessel nailed 'from
Honolulu somo wcek ago, calling hero
sumcioni nmaio uiscnargo a uninmcnu
of nitrates, 7 . I
Wednesday, May 25.,
'Vancduver Manuka, 'C.-A. 8. 8., 3
.Hawaii ports Cascade stmr., 5
.Kauai ports Nllhau, stmr., 0 p. m.
Sallna Crux via Maul ports and Hllo
Virginian, A.-II. S. 8., 6 p. m. '
' - " ' .
VESSELS TO DEPART
Thursday,- May 28.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. Btmr.,i5
San Francisco Novadnn, M. B. S.
8., 6 p. m.
Friday, May 27. '
Australian ports via Uuva Makura,
C.-A. 8. 8.
South and Central American porta-'
Buyo Maru, Jap.- stmr. j
Maul nnd Hawaii porta Claudlrje,
stmr., Sp.ni. '
Per stmr. Claudlne from Hawaii
and Maui ports, May 26. H. G. Gin
aca, W. O, Taylor, Miss Mist, Miss
Lloyd, Mrs. A, K. Hart, Mrs. .D. 11.
Davis, J. Rodriguez, R. B. Hayseldfn,
H. Field, R. Ivors, W,m,,G. Irwin," J.
Stern, A. V. Peters, A. N. Haysoldcn,
M. D. Monsarrat, J. Lynch.
PA8BENOERB BOOKED .,
Per M. Ni 8. S. Nevadan, for 8au
Francisco, May 26. Mrs. Kodllng,
Mrs. M. Mitchell.
Per stmr. Claudlno. for Hawaii and
Maul ports. Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Cooko,
Dr: A. B. Clark, Miss A. J. Adams. "
Per stmr. Klnau, for Katiaf ports,
May 31. F. N. Payno,A. H. Rice.
T IN .FOREIGN FOHTai 7
. 2 i -
Thursday. Mav 28.
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrlvad May 25.
S. 8. Mlssourlan, Trom Sallnn.. Crux.
SEATTLE Balled May 26: 8. 8. Mex
ican, for -Honolulu.'
Hawaiian Invasion Of
The Philippines ,
An Invasion at sugar 'planters from
Hawaii to the Far off Philippines is
prcdlctod according to the statementa
coming from tho Manila .Coblcuews
of April 19th.
That paper states: ' f.
"A prominent business mampf Ma
nila who has Just returned from tho
United States by war of Honolulu Is
authority for tho statomont that from
six to twolvo Hawaiian sugar agents
will como to tho Philippines In Juno
and July to look over sugar possibil
ities with -tho Intention of making per
Tho Cablonews-Amerlcan's Inform
ant has this Information first hand
from a prominent and Influential mem
ber of tho Hawaii 8ugar,Planlers' As
sociation, who told him that any num
ber of' tho Indlvldaal and. Independent
planters In tho Association Are -already
convinced that the Philippines
offer a safn and profitable market tor
tho .Investment of tbelr - superfluous
earnings, which have bean unusually
large Id tha past two seasons.' Ha
also said that their managers would
come at onco but for tho present crop.
They cannot get away until tho cane
Is ground, which wilt Lo lato In Mjy
and early in Juno.
.It Is known .that tho, coming of
tbo B. F. Dillingham Company) baa
had .a groat deal to do with tho .awak
ened .Interest 6f' the .smaller Hawaii
an planters In Philippine sugar" Inas
much. as ovcry field this great flrnvhas
enterod has' always proven rich In
I1 '' s I . t
BEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 25, .1910,
Est- of D. P. .Bishop by Tra to ,Tor-
rltory of Hawaii ,i-.:-...i....i.-..l)
Wllhelmtno Dowgott and hs t als
to Makaha Coffee ,Co Ltd- .w.D
Bank of Hawaii Ltd to V F. Frear
..,-.... .4.. . . .-i ....!;.-. .v. .., ,Rel
Entered for Record'May 29, 1910,
J. V, Marclel to Kajlkuwa X
Samuel Kelllnol to A. F, 'Tavares..D
S. Kelllnol to Antono F,--Tavares.B3
Joao.B. Modelros to Annie Natha
niel ,. ... i ...... i . i .... .'. w .... t .j Jlel
llawn Irrigation Co.,. to to Honokaa
.Sugar Co. t nl ,,.' ;..... I,
Hawn Irrigation Co. Ltd. to Hono
kaa Sugar Co. ct jtl v.:.AgTint
Hawn Irrigation Co. lAd. to Ilono-
kaa Sugar Co. et al .'..Agrnit
Hawn Irrigation Co. Ltd. to-Pacific
Sugar Mill . ,.f,.-i ,..,.t.Agrmt
' Vhen-you ithlnk It over, there h
mo reason why ' opera, production
cnouia not oe irusuusa jusi nxa
any cthor Induitry.
ThP, tall, of. 1 ho. .comet U shorter
than,, It. was-Kevrnty-flve yeara .pgo
t TnrA'i .n' . parA for 1hp rftlpntlnl liu-
mano 'soclety.-rnClerelanrt .Leader
-i , , , i i.i i , ,
mmci"Fori Salo't cards at 'Bulletin.,.