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5Y?fn?t TZVIWCTW, HOJfOr, T. H., JTR,tDAY, tAT 27, IP10.
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Hawaiian Third Dear".
Rote Croix 8peetal.
All visiting membeis of tbe
Order are cordially invited to
attend meeting of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Eall
7:30 P. M.
linttlff r.IAI.irfffMl iucuuuc! VI
MAMhT cnoinccny other A110
HAEMONY IQDQE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
B. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E.McCOY, Noble CJrand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
W.M. JONES, C. C. -
O. F. HEINE, K. R. a - -
HONOLULU LODQE 610, B. PKJJr;
'Honolulu Lodge No. C1G, 13.-P. U.
F Silk, menta In Ihnlr hull, on King
V Btreet, near Fort, every rrlday even
, Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
u .,., .... a - - . --W-U-,
Invited to attena. " -
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
.. uuu. 1. KL,uuuuti, sec.
(HAWAnAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
v Meets every first and third Thurs-
davs of each montn at Knigms ot
hi Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
KJ'. dlally Invited to attend.
R11 j P. HiaaiNS, Sacbem.
&! E. V. TODD, C. of R.
.HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
K ' Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
,7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W. R. RILEY, W. P. '1
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY LODQE NO. 8,
X. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Tort and Beretanla. Visit'
Ing brothers cordially invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
has put ttie developing
and printing done by us on
an artistic nlane not reached
by car competitors. Qur
will give your pictures high
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
FILMS AND CAMERAS
HENRY MAY & Cp.
AHD . 5
The city government has kindly
loaned the tert Ices of a small steam
roli'r which will be up,i In'prpparln?
the ilrlvnny t the Children's Home.
Application lor the mo of the mnchlno
was pieienled by r. M. Pond.
Your flim troubles will bo reduced
to a minimum If )o'n hae the Hono
lulu Photo Supply Co. Tort below" Ho
tel, do Ih? developing nnd printing.
Try haWng thlrn mako .1 Bromide
enlargement of jour Imorlto picture.
You will like It.
Mrs. Minnie Dowsed, matron nt
Kaplolanl Mnlorn'.ty Homo, has for
worded .1 letter to tbo. City and Coun
ty 'Sunenlsois thanking that body for
thd expressions of kindliness towards
that Institution, coming from the hoard
at the time Ibe matter of transferring
city Indigent patient was first moor
ed PARENTS D4Y AT
Patriotic Prograin Given
By Children In
Tho chapel of Charles II. nishop
Hall was filled with the parents and
friends of tho chlldicn In the Punahou
Preparatory School this morning at
10M5,'whcn a patriotic program was
given by members of theechool. Tho
day was;$userved as Parents Day anil
. . Tlie following patriotic program wait
"America-. .-...'... School and Friends
Mag Sal nie "....":... School
........ Ruth Farrlngton
"Don't Olvo Up tho Ship'
.....' Herman Alexander
"Tenting o ntho Old Camp-Ground"
1.. Bojs' Chorus
"Hurrah for tho Flag'
MadellneChapln, Mariorlo Qulld,
0 rot a Mulr, Rrant Cooper,
Charles Hughes. J
"Billy and His Drum"
(a) "Song of the "Bugle'
(b) "Chinese Band""..
"The Old War-Horse Tells tho
Story" Werner Smith
Tho Dumb Soldier"
", Tommy Sluglehurst
'Marching Song" Second Orado
'Barbara Frltchle" ...Dorothy Hoogs
The Hag' Goes nj
"Dixie" ." Chorus
"A Hr6" Ilonnfe Towso
"Sherldln's Rldo" Ruth Stacker
-The'ltllaht Rabbit".. Elizabeth Hobdy
Song "Our Flag" Third Grade
"The Namo of Old Glory"
"To Bo n Hero"... Margery Wakefield
"8tory of Star Spangled Banner".
Chorus of Oradcs 7 and 8
"Star Spangled Banner"
School and Friends
Tho condition of lho yrealher, re
garding the suddon warm spell brings
statement from tho weather bureau
that conditions are not out of usual
for this tlm of year.
Tho thermometer nt the highest to
day was 81 I'. Barometer records
30:11, recording no fluctuations to
These are (he records at the sta
tion, which, In caso of the thermo
meter are generally lower than at tho
The Island has been devoid of
winds, een of tho gentlest nature
for forty-clg)it hours, but indications
at 2 p. 111. today nro for gentle breezes
An ordinance pertaining to 'the
granting of HcenseB to local plumb
ers has been Introduced In the city
and county board of supervisors, and
at last evening's session passed a
first reading nnd hns been ordered to
,REAL ESTATE TRANSA0T10NB.
I Entered for Record, May 26, '1910,
from 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
Oaliu College by Trs to Tr of Au-
bcI McB. Kinney D
Ansel McD. )nney by Tr to Trs of
Oahu Collcgo , M
Entered for Record May 27, 1910,
from S a. m. to 1030 a, m,
Margaret Cullcn to Beatrice K. Ilof-
Those who don't work in the open
are certain to go by it he wall.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It siej TT.thsvt siylsg that every
thing y Best at The KncofV.
7-S6atcd Auto 'tor hire. Phone 199
James "Baker. young'Hotet' Stand.
Embroidered trousseaus and tancy
needlework.- Mrt. H. Bell, C2 Hotel
Monday Is a nubile holiday and
thft,ub.e schools' wl not hold res
slons on that vday. , ,
It you wb'iU a.1 good Job done on an
auw Of-cartlote take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
Tnv Kentucky saloon Is as famed
for good "llh'ioi-rt ns the State of Ken
tucky, Jack"Rol)erU Is tho propri
etorT Jmlgo Robinson has granted n dl-
Vorccto..AiiIla Tonic Young' from her
husband, the grounds being falluro to
Sato Ilda has filed a suit for divorce
frpin, lirr husband, Itolchl Ilda, alleg
ing deseftlon. Tho couple were mar
ried 111 japan.
Ah I.re has filed n suit for divorce
against filswlfo Oarfneli Ah l-cfi,
charging adultery ns the roasnn why
tio dl voice should he granted.
Oconto II. Plltz was todnv appoint
ed guirdlaifof the children of J. I.
nnd KUnlco Dower, decensod, fnt his
own request. Bond In the sum of 1210
Tho ejectment case brought hy I.
Apena against Wung Soy Is to go
over 'or two weeks from Juno 2 by ft
The children are always happy whoi'i
you have a caso of our soda in the
house Distilled water unconsolidated
Soda Water Work.""Tolfephone 71.
tho Kunremo -court lias overruled
tho exceptions1' of tho defendant In the
caso brought by I.olko. Han against
Palolo Land and Improvement Com
Edward Cliiney. having been com
mlUcd for trial by tho Orand Jury, tho
case pgalnst him o,t the Pollco Court
was stricken from thd calendar tbls
In tho Friday, April 29th Issue of
tho Christian Science Monitor ot Bos
ton. Mass, Is a -very flue, picture of tho
local Japanese specie bank building
recently completed In this city.
The cause of Josoph'McMastcr vs,
tho Palolo Land and Improvement Co,
having been satlsfacto'rily settled out
of court, tho plaintiff, through his at-
Judge Robinson has lsrucd on order
citing Moses Q. kcawn to show cause
why tho petition of his divorced wife
for costs, nttoVney's fees and perma
nent alimony of i monthly should
not bo allowed. Tho hearing will bo
Tomorrow afternoon nt the Kame
hameha Schools ground, the tnter'
p:holastlc series will be continued,
nid a doublc-ucader will be. plajed.
The first gnmo will be between the
High School and St. Louis nines, and
tho tecond will be fought out by the
Punnbous and Kams.
In senlenclngrMasakl) lhev Japan
ese chauffeur, this morning, Judge
Cooper rpduced the flhe Imposed In
the police court to $6t.
Mnsakl's caso came up to the
criminal court on appeal .and was
tried )esterday, mere ueng consid
erable conflicting evidence on the
point of lys ppeed and position in
knocking 'down a woman at Fort and
Beretanla streets on April 1.
In tho notice court he was fined
$100 and costs, but the Uecislon af
ao circuit juukq reuueeu uiu miu uy
r . .
(Continued from Fagp 1.)
was up to Sheriff Jarrctt on tho
other hand' declares that lie. is unable
to work in on, effective manner be
cause 61 the 'shortage of men. There
Is a petition containing at least a
thousand names 'wMch has been sub-
mttted to tbe board. These names)
hayo hepn secured'. In KallhV 'district
where It fs stated",uiat tbo speed matii'
talncd by certain autolsls border on
Qulnn made'tne ' dcclarallou lasllio hnv9 him again Jn tlio Tftnka.wlt)
nvnnlnl? thnt mmnlnlntR warn comtnir
In from nil parts of, "tho" .city, The
grand Jury has commenced to sit, up
and tako cognizance of tho several
fatalities resulting from reckless jrtv
Ing. qf machine', i '
'it was at his suggestion and'through
tho support, of' pembers Tvana. and
Aylet't that the matter ot calling of
a public meeting 'was announced,
NATIVE PAPER '
t , WARNS HAWAJIANS
(Continued from Page ih
that the Hawallans can not bo trust-!
e,d, th'e'alm being "a federal law
which the' prohibitionists actually
want. , ,
'it you nre Jealous of jouc rights
and you Pflvlljgcs ns Hawaiian
and American cltljens.'ihls ouestlpn
should rfeeive yijur carefUl wnsld-,
'"'the prohibitionists Should be, Local" Notlco to Afarinors otIay 23,
voted down, for they threaten tie.ilU, relative to this rango, par, 1,
liberies nnd best Interests ot the
IRK editorial rooms 2r5fl
nefs 9tfloe, Tti'et'o are Ihe telpjphqne
rjunjbef f of 0 Jfu l" 1 9 1 1 n ,offce, "
City Transfer Co., '
JAS. H. LOVE.
M&M FINED v
Captaln nerglr nnd nil his hinds
men w nt the noil, eour). Ihls
., 1 . .. ... ..
morning, when one of the mn.Icl.ins
was tltd for nsaiiltlng n fellovj-
bandsman. Th trouble nrnse at the
wcekl Asia conceal. Jhc ladles had
jisi nnisncii inSir sweei songs, niui
Captain' Rerger vns iongrntiilntlng
them, on the encore they got, When
Sahlhanca and (larclit, two of the
uesi Known orljergers men. ROM
o the first round of n willing llon from Qinn ,n ,)lf ptt((.t lnnt n,u
K- Jjujurd of.fU'PCfvlsors prolejt lalpbt
Salamanca, who .Is n rillilnn, t,0 removal of lho InsllliillAn of lenrn
claims Hint Onrch humped ngnlnst lug lo the nlud flats o' Knknakrl,
lilmnnd thrn limulreil politely:! '-The school lot 'that, I'6p'o, 'has nV
"Where tho scarlet Hades nre you ,)r(,vpd'ta covered with ariywfio'ro from
going tot" This Wild request for hfx (o clgiit' Inches of water In tho
knowledge annoyed Salamanca, and winter months,' 'declared tho city so
without, even shaking hands In tho lon jt wm coat co00 to fill up tl(o
orthodox fashion, the s-rappers got premises and makTe the silo present-
mint. I .- n r i...ii ..
Ca;ifaln llcrgir, tried to throw oil
on the troubled wnters, but nothing
" " nuiiiu nut iiuiii.1. .
morning Judge Andrade listened lo
all the evidence, oni? then fnunil
Salamntiea guilty nnd ordered him
to pay a fine of 17 and costs, wh'lch
amount to 13.50.
Most of the time nt tho pollco
court this morning wus taken up
with a plumbing case that lasted a
couple of hours. Furitba)ai.hl, nl
Japanese, who was emplojed by J.i
A. MngOon to do some plumbing. was ig"Jho end. Till tho Quoon."
arrfsted for folatlng Ordlnahco No.) KNa JAj,Rg v 0P 8COTLAND.
6, which requires that nil sueh Jobs u"caniB with n lass nnd It will go
must be registered and a permit ls-.wlt)l ono fAllndlng to word brought
8uea jto him thnt his wife had liorno )n
Mngoon appeared for the defend t,iaKntcr heiress to tho lluono, nml to
ant and fought thd rnso on lhel),p fact of tho crown liaying romo'lnto
grounds that the ordlnanco was not ng family by tho daughter of King
8 ,, "
This wnoon tcttled by
Judge Andrade, wlio snld that the
ordinance was certainly valid and
meant to 'be, nclrd,up lo. The de
fendant was 'found guilty nnd fned
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
. FIELD ANp BARRACKS.
" . si-
Tort Shatter expects to win In tho
next baseball games to he played oil
Sunday, May 29.
Tho .Fort Shorter team has been
practicing hard all o time and fully
expects to hand,, It to tho Hospital
Corps team when thoy again meet.
If tb'e'Kort Bhattcr hois keep on peg'
Ring away, atithe Kami- In ihe futuro
as thoy have been doing In the past
(hero Is every hope" that they will
stand a good show for. the pennant,
A change of positions of some ot
tho players seem toavq been for tho
(jest. It has been shown that Private
Qongol can play second base, Sep
geant McCall short stoji. Sergeant
Lcmm third base, and Sergeant San
ien or Corporal Brady on first, ought
to make tho strongest Infield In tho
league, and there Is no doubt that
Sergeant Klatlcr,, Sergeant Collins and
Corporal Splcer arc ,tbre of the best
outground that over played on tho
league ground diamond.
Field Praelicp. "K , , '
Field practice Is still continued
Company 0 has ibeen, working bard
and has dono some exceptionally fine
Thero nro a ftw men left t& 'sboot
tho marksman s, course,
Quartermaster Sergeant Marsh of
Company O was honorably discharged
lost Monday, and reonllsted tho next
Company O was honorably discharged
day. Quartermaster Sergeant Marsh
was wen iikcii ju I IK) company unu
all of the bQ)s are inoro than pleased
them. . .
. Tho Fort Shatter basket ball team
Is finishing up Its prnctlco for, be
coming game wltfy l;o IJfth avalry,
to Jip plajed 9?trday nfornoon lio
28th at 2:30 p. lii.'at tha Poi oymna
slum, Fprt Shaftor, There, will be
no admssjonj charge. r"
Tha line up will lia as follows: Mc
Call, forward) AYoodruff.forward;
Capt iMarks or r'ultou, ccntor; .Lonvn
Ruardj clllton, guard: Klatlar-, and
Orant, substitutes , , .,
iTho above lino up Is Jiboui,.ono of
Ithu.j.claMost hunch of Jj(askf Jesj la
inif ijnuuiu judging irum,,uiciri prac-
r,w.i "-"v -v, ""."i " V
and naht perfonincosj wll( b(0
1 to beat.
NOTICE TO, MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN I8LAjVDS Oahu Poarl
Jlarbor Inner Channel Range Front
yu i?ur iuy ueuuuB, vuriijviVt-
llw'jQ, bpuld cad ""'0 )?at width
of channe for 28 lopt wat?r"' Instead
01 ii .a lovi water,
Bulletin iBuiineu QiUce Phone 2S9
iiuiicun ditonai vnoom rnoiu) lap
KAKAAKO IS NO
' PLACF FOR SCHOOL
Tho site selected In Kakaako Is nb
!;'a? "r A rlty school oerordlnB to
tho opln on of SilperyMir Qu nn. He
,roU.' UnrQ w,h HYllpPrln,en((eI1( lf
tm'i.Hc instmetlo; Pope hRt evening
wPn h? disagreed with Ihe rt.iei(nr
tna ho Knkaako Site f-r tho Pnhli
UMa Rc100 W1 ,x -pUn a ono."
T,l0 approaching d.u.. for tho rn
movnl of lho lha(A , wxko room
fnr .i. npw ",,,.1.11.. iii..-..iv iaiibIiI
n)0ut the prnaenJnlH.n o." n resn'ti
iiuiu. iiiu ruBuiuiiun nuH uuwvvur tmi'
,ierC(l m tmcd nnd "Jiy n majority
volc wn8 yeferrcd to 'tho way and
IN FOREIGN PORTt
PORT LUDLOW Sailed May 26: Bch.
M. E, Foster, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 27:
10 ri. w , 8, ft. Korea, heneo May 21.
flAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 27:
11 a. ot . S. 8. Enterprise, from HIlo.
THE LAST WORDS" UTTERED BY
'MONARCHS 'A3 DEATH COMES
KINO EDWARD VII. k'I know this
CHARLES V. Ay, Jesus.
CHARLES 1. Rememhor, (Suppqs-
cd to refer to a command to hm son to
forglvo his enemies nnd murderers.),
CHARIXS II. Don't lei poor Neil)
starve. (Referring to Nell flwynnc.)
WILLIAM1 III. Can tbls last long?
CROMWELI It Is hot my design to
drink or sleep, but my design Is' Jo
make what haslo I can to bo gone.
NAPOLEON Mon DIeu 1 jx' Natl
Frnncnlse Tete d'nrmecl
OEOnOE IV. Watty, what Is this?
It Is death, my hoy; they have dece
cd me. ,
AlCHARD I Youth, I for"givb jou,
ToT Bertrand de Oourdon,' whoeo ar
row killed hlm.)
ALEXANDER I. OF RUSSIA You
must bo tired, Elizabeth. (To his wlfo,
who had bec'n watching long 'at his
MAXIMIt.LIAN Poor Carlottal
LOUIS XVJ1I. A King sjiould die
LOUIS XV. Why do you weep?
Do you think I should Jlvo forever?
I thought djlng would hata been more
difficult. ' ,
LOUIS XVI. Frenchmen, I dlo
gullllcsA of tho Crimea Imnulod to me.
Pray God my, blood all not on rranco.
If so and the, knlfo fell.
'QUEEN IU.IABETH All 'ray pos
sessions for a moment ot time,
RICHARD II!. Treason, treason!
CHARLES IX. OF FRANCE Nurso,
nurso.'what murder, what blood! Oh,
I have dono wrong. God pardon n,ioI
FREDERICK T'HE GREAT We aro
over tho hill. Wo shall go better nbw.
(Attbr a fit of coughing )
LOUISE OI" PRUSSIA; am n
Queen, hut hao not power to move
LOUIS VIII, OF FRANCE There
come to" 1110 thoughts that torment mo.
MARIE LOUISE. EMPRESS OF
FRXNCE I will not sleep; I Jh .to
meet death wide awoke. .
MARIE ANTIONETTE Farewell
my children, forever. 1 go to. jour
NAPOLEON II!. Were you nt So
danT (To bis physician )
LEOPOLD II. OF BELGIUM Tho
long, long Journey Is nt hnn, I nm
Did you over, har of a man who
married a woman. to reform )ior?
Vhen a woman psks j, piaiy,advlca
she' Is trjlng to get hlm In bad.
And lots qf me;i have pretty nocks
and sljoidders but what's the usoT
(No, Alpnzo, all clubmen aVe h9t on
ihe' police' force,
One way to learn how to talk vrell
Is to keep still.
"WANTED, w "
Youth about seventeen to n?t as
sin"w'nf,l o"o bqard 'hip' going 'tb
England; Hawaiian or wjijte. tAji-
ply Chief Engineer, S. S, Rokeby.
COLDS GAUtr HEADACHE "'
LW'ATIVE BROMO-QUININE, re
moves the cause. Used jtbe world ovet
ti euro n cold in one day. E. W.
GROVE'S signature on each box., Made
Jaws iedj,cinb co. sint Uuu, v. V. A.
I ABRIVED 1 DEPARTED ' " "
t VE8SELS TO ARRIVE f t VE88EL8 TO DEPART ,
bMJC.U WWII. l
Norfolk, Vn -Vancouver, Br. stmr.
Friday, Miy 27.
HIlo Ban Gabriel. I'ort. cruiser,
Vlnt.ln .!.' VrnnnvA fntfiiri
CA ff'tt 3 (i tn I -
jtitr JaPan por",-n"Jr
Mara, Jap stmr.
HIlo via wajr porls-Mnuna Kn,
, Sunday, May 29.
Kayal ports Klnau, Btmr.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mllcahnta,
etmr. X '
Monday, May 30.
Ban Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 9. S.
TUesday, Way "31.
Kona and Knit ports Mnunu Ia,
stmr. ' . ,
Sunday, June 5.
Newcastle, N. 8. W, Honloy, Br.
Wednesday, Jun 1.
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N. 8. S.
Kauai iorts W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, June 2.
Hawal! via" Maul ports Clnudlne,
Friday, June S. ''
San Francisco Sierra, O. fl. S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Nippon
Maru. T. K. K. 8. 8.
Kona and Kail ports. Mauna M.03,
Saturday, June 4.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco ant.
Seattle Mexican, A -II. 8. S.
.HIlo via way irts Mauna Ken.
Sunday, June 5.
Maul ami Molokal polls rMlkahala,
stmr. " '
Kauai ports Klnau stmr,
Tuesday, June 7. '
San Francisco Teno &t, T. K.
K. 8. S. "
Wednesday, June 8.
Ban Francisco l.urllne M. N. 8. S.
Saturday, June 11
Manila, Hongkong vln Japan iorts
Siberia, P.' M."S.'S. ' '
' " Monday, June 13.
, 8an Francisco Korea, P. M, 8. 8.
Tuesday, June 14.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M, N,
Wednesday, June 19.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco and
8cettle Mlsconrlan, A.-H. 8. S.
Saturday, June 18.
Hongkong via Japan ports China,
P. M. S. S.r' '
' Tuesday, June 21, "
Attstrallau ports via Suva Marama,
c,-a. s..s. '
l 'Friday, June 24k
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Saturday, June 25.
Vnncouvcr Mnnuka, C.-A. 8. 8.
Hongkong lht Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. S. 8.
Tueidav. June 2fl. N
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. IC
K. 8. S. '
Wednesday, June 29.
San Francisco Lurllne. AI. N. 8. 8.
THREE HUNDRED and twenty-five
sacks of mainland mail Is duo to ni
rhe at Honolulu this afternoon by tho
Cauldlan-Australlan Unor Makura.
This vessel s proceeding from Vnn
couvcr to Australian ports, and will
remain at the port until about mid
night, when tho voyago to Sydney vh
Suva will be resumed, U-ls oxpec(cd
that tho Makura will leave a number
of passongers at Honolulu.
AFTER SEVEN days laying be
calmed off tbo Island of Oahu, tho
American rshlp Falls of Clyde was
brought into tho harbor this morning
and went alongside tho railway wharf
to discharge a full shipment ot fuel
oil brought down from, Oavlota. Tho
Vafi or .Clyde sailed from tho Call
fbrnla oil port twenty-two days Ago,
Thp esscl will rccejxo prompt dUv
THERE WILL h.e a satisfactory pas
sengcr booking or be next trip, of he
ucejinic, steamship, aiorra. jt m.jpx.
pected that nhout ono hundred nan-
sengcrs wllj soil fpr San JraucIscq by
tha vessel. As. th,o vepsej can v,ery
comfortably accommodate two un
dred And twenty-Ayo cabin passongera
there Is still plenty roo.nj foij all ap'
pllconts for transportation. .,
THE MATSON Navigation liner Lun
lino, from San Francisco, is duo tn
arrlvo here on Juno i according to
advices received at ihn local aeennv
of Castle & Cooko. Tbo 'vessel wl
bp (llspatched for a return voyage to
1119 twit9tDja coast 39 n Juno 13.
There will bo a" fair booking of pas
sengers for tbo mainland.
AT LAST nEPQRTS tho Matson
Nayjgatlon, steamer, .Jfllpnlau was at
Kn)u.'u taking on a shipment of Bug
ar, destined for San Francisco. T)ie
yesscl ws expected to4ico,vt) the Maul
THE INTER ISLAND steamer Mau
na Loa, from Kona and Kan ports. Is
due to arrive h,e,re, 99 next Tuesday
and wll bo dispatched for tbe wqd
wprd of Hawaii on Juno 3, saljlng at
noun oil inii uaiu,
.... ' m ' .
When a boy c.omea.honie Xxom his
I ash am
..... ,, ;-"" " t uivu;i
.ed of the Jgnpranco of hfa
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
rl.u Mt 97
Australian -ports via Uuvn Makura,
C'A. B. S , midnight.
r 1 , ".-
South nnd central American ports
BUVO M&fU. JflD. ftttXiT.
MA.il ortd Hawaii portw Clauilln,
mt" C "" Monday, Mr 30. '
JmQ porI n)tlgUongMon.
Kauai ports Noean, stmr., 5 p. m.
' l Tuesday, May 31.
HIlo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., noon. , .
'Kauai jiorts Klnau, stmr.', '8 p.'m.
Molokafand Maul ports Mlkahnla,
tmr t p. rii'r ' "
Thursday, June 2.
Kauai ports W,' a. Hall,, stmr.
Friday, June 3. ,
HaVall via Maul' ports Claudlne,
Btmr. ,' ' J,
Konn nnd Kal( ports Mauna Lna,
iliir. , :
Snn Francisco I.urltne, M. N. 8. 8.
Saturday, June 4. '
Snn Frnnclsco NIpiHin Maru, T, K.
K. 8. 8 ,
Monday, 'June 6.
Kanal ports Noesil. stmr.
Tuesday, June 7.
Ban Francisco --l.tirllne, M, N. 8. 8.
Japan po'rts'inii Hongm ng Tcnjo
Mam. T. K. K. S S.
HIlo via way ports Malma Kea,
Molokal and Maui ports Allkahiila,
Kauai ports Klnau, Rtmr.
, Wednesday, June 8.
Sin Frnnclscp-'Blerra, O. 8. 8.
Saturday, June 11.
Snn Francisco Siberia. P. M. 8. 8.
Monday, June 13,
Japan jKirls and Hongkong Korea,
P. M. 8. 8. x
Saturday, June 18.
San Francisco China, P. M. 8. S.
Tuesday, June 21.
Victoria, B, Cv Morama. C. A. 8. 8.
Wednesday, June 22.
San Francisco iWIIhclmlna, M." N.
8. 8, ,
Saturday, June 25.
Australian por(s via Suva Manuka,
C.-A. S. 8. ,
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M,
Tuesday, June 28.'
Jnpin ports and Hongkong Nippon
Maril. T. K. K. 8. S.t
Wednesday, June 29. I
Snn Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8.
-r ' '
Per M. N. S. 3. Nevadan, for San
Francisco, May 2Gj Mrs. Kodllng.
Mrs. M. Mitchell. ,
Per stmr. Claudlne. for Hawaii and
Maul ports Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cookv.
Dr. A. B. Clark, Miss A. J. Adams'.,
Per stmr, Klnau, for Kauai ports.
May 31. F. N, Payne, A. l, Rice.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for HIlo via
way1 rorts, May 31. E. F. Coddlngton,
It. T, Barclay, Mrs. Barclay, R,' D.
Mead, Cecil Brown, Mrs. P, McLean.
Per stmr, Mauna Loa, fpr Kona vnd
Kail ports, Juno 3. W, Kapcko, JKn
peko, Messrs. Lindsay, Johnson, K.
May, T. May, Stevens, Mlssos Htn
(2), James Hind. Mrs. Hlnc: Mrs.
Greenbaugh. O. DerUcnlan, Geo. Camp
bell, Geo. Howltt, Jr. h
Per O. S. 8, Sierra, for San Fran
cisco. Jlino 8 O, H, Swezey. Mr, anil
Mrs". O, A.' N'ckeson, I."K. Cook, Mr.
find 'Mrs. B.'B. Marston,'Mlss Grundy.
Rev, D. Scuddor, Mrs. M. J; Ualcom.
Mrs. E. Iewls. Miss Vn Dalcen, V.
Uusch. A, M. Merrill, Mlsa Hamilton.
Miss' A. Hunt, MlSs JF A. DowJtU'Mlsa
Rbstnborz. Miss Wells, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L Gordon, Mrs. O". A, Harkcr. Mrs.
Mrs. Kent, Mi and Mrs. R. W. Tolly.
Miss M. Maxwell. Mrs Hummel, Man
EvMattoon. Oco. aibb. judge and Mrtw
Beatty. W, W. Gopdale. Mr. anil Mra.
J. A. Rlcbards, V. dp' BreUevIlie, M-.gg
E, M. Stevens Mlsa M.'Welch, MrUs 13.
Reece. Dr. Chr)s O'Day, Wm, Cirmhslo.
J. M. Rnddtmnn, Prof. IJrd,' Prof. Cod
dlngton. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bryan,
Mr. aiul Mrs. 8. D. Kokl, Mrs. A. Wae;.
ner. firs. J. WIn.ton. H. P. Ashbnrn.
Park Ahbiirn, Mrs Sewalt iHss Bqw
wall, Mrs C. W. Moragne.JHrB. M. Yar
borough, MIA I, yarboro(vsh: Bishop
Restarlck, J. U. Waison, MlssJM. U
Douglass. Mary A.J Parker, 'Miss TC.
Cook, Miss M. Reed, Mr, and McK J.
Dcvercaux. Mrs. W. L.. Langton! 1
Farla, E. Candall. J. p. Lynch. R; IL
Wallln. p. M,. porker, Mrs. Wro, JKniw.
Mrs, Krtiso. , '
Malls are cue at .Honolulu from
points as follows: t -
YokohsmaPej jJenyo Mar'n, Vfyj &.
Vancouver Per Makura Mav 27
SaA.FranclBco--Por' Mongblla, May 30.
Colonies Por"Mnrdraa, June21.
Malls will depart for Ihe I'fpllnwlng
points as follows:
Yokohama, Per Mongolia, May 30.
yancquver-Prr Manuka, May 25.
San Franclsco-Pr NI'P9A Waru.
Vanc,9uvcr Per Marama, Juao 21
TRANSPORT 6ErjVlCEr T
lrrlvf.,1 ttt QDnliU'ii... ., "
Plx, arrived at Seattle 'Mav 14
Logan, arrived at San.Eranclsco May
Bherman, sailed from Manila, May 14.
8uorldan sailed from Inoluiu for
Manila May 14.
m AV"!Wf 9BlWoJwa rom tho
Mfttson Navigation liner withAimino.
reiiocts that vessel at 8 o'clock last-
avcnlne as 4so miles off the" pore
Jbe , pore
meaming towards flan rfanVisen
through ;ig,t .southeast wind, amwrn
Rons nn.t Ann .-.. 1 -
seas and flno, weather,
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