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j Weekly Calendar .
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Rote Croix Special.
I All vtaltlng members of tne
Order nro cordially Incited to
t attend meeting of lorai lodges
Meet on the
- - ...
2nd and 4lfl
each montn I
MARINE ENGINEERS .i... . ..
SENEFICIAL ASSn?IATiOR. ciation. cor
. ululi bbuw i
HABMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
' E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets ever) Hrt and third Kit
day evening at 7 3U In K. of i llall..:
corner Fort and Ueretanla. -YPU&&
brothers cordlall) invited to riueiLliccn-
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. S
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. 1, 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 0. P. ).
Elks, meets In their ball, on KIn;
Street, nsar Fort, every Friday even
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend. "'
1 JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. HiaoiNS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD. C. of n. u
HONOLULU AEBIE 140, F. O.'H.
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 streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
.K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:3,0 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. .Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
has pnt the developing
'''arid printing done by us on
-an artistic nlane not reached
by our competitor). Our
will give your pictures high
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
FILMS AND CAMERAS
; Gurrey's, Ltd.
, FBESH CHOCOLATES
HENBY MAY & CO,
1 Phone 22
Hg, V" - iJi.'",""1 iu"'i"mii ' " j1
-and-. f '
i Now with shUts pt
All beer would )o popular If It yer
moie like ltalnler Ij. Try It and
The "fashion Saloon" li fait becom
ing nil that Its name Implies. A visit
will show ou why.
HnnrviMav & Co.'s sloro will bo
closed ntnoon Monday. aJemorlnl Day.
n nomine silvery. t
inrnlne .lidlverv t
ornlng do ivory r
't forget lo telephone to Ry
i- Fojintnln Soda -Works for n
of "llu'" ginger iJilflu Thono
case of "llu'" ginger iJilflu Phono
270. ' " n'p
An amended complaint was filed to
day by J. J. Djrno against Dr. I'j
Aklnia In lh milt brought, by him
for the recovery of !440;1il
Miss Power Is plowing pretty new
"Taxi" bonnets and picture hats (bin
week Millinery Parlors. lloston
building. Pott street. )
Yen Yap has filed tho answer to tho
A ii. .. nnt..a i.im i., t nm
ttUUlllUillV I1.UI1V7 .HtM.t.Vl .I.M. V' .....
Sncei denjlng each and every nllcg1
.. . . (he nIainlffi
,,,, whlln.u ihlal mrtrnlm- rrnntJ
ed Hugh Oalbralth until June" 22 to
present his bill of exceptions In the
''""k'" M'nt " ' Hawaii-
I till I t IPl VjUllil'tltlj , l
C. H. Helm, the ntito man. will take
you anywhere within city limits for
$3 per hour. Splendid seven seated
cars. Call up phono 5. ,
Aro 3 on going abroad this jcar?
Drown & J.yon ..Co.ihave a' choice lino
of books of travel and description.
Prices are right. Come and setv i j
Call nt Arlelgh & Co.'s for tho latest
4-pemilar-flctloa for summer reading.,
Arlelgh makes a specialty! ofii now
..books. Hotel street, opposite Union.
-Jordan's -annual sale of rcmnjnU
bcgins-noxtWediU'fcdfl, June 1st. Ev
li in -nil lUp.irtmiMiis nai
aii.rmarhnliitcleJr.M'ul'"hc. In both lhu lnllJ' n,"l
weekly field throughout the Unite-:
Sunday evening Secretary Matt
tho- membera of the MethodlsUIapan
ere church. He has not given qut
the subject of his discourse. i
Tho only way to bo sure of getting
the very latest correct customilast in
your footwear is to come to us for n
pair of Regal shoes. Regal Shoo
store, corner of King and Bethel
If you want to reduco your fuel bill
get only thv best wood and coal. Tho
Union-Pacific Transfer, Co, telephone
58, will deliver J on tho best fuel on
tho market for what you are paying
for an Inferior quality.
Exquisite Hussion brasses at Haw-all
& South Seas Curio Co., Young" build
ing. Bo sure of the quality of jour
brass (percentage of copper). Wc
have tho best'quallty only. Tapis, em-,
broideries and drawn wprk. '
Ilftya Knickerbocker nants. this1
summer's styles, at '75 cents to I.1S.'
Also khaki pants for the boy. In our
stock j on will find Jufit what the boy
needs. Sllva'a Toggery, Ltd., ,Elk
Bldp., King strfct near Fort.
The Hotel Majostlo'nt Fort and Ber
etanla streets, wjtb Its cool and at
tractively furnished rooms, Its cen
tral location In the heart of the busi
ness and theater districts, Is a de
lightful home for the resident and tho
ideal stopping place for tho visitor.
If your clothes are worth dyeing.
they ore worth tho slight extra, cost
necessary to hao them dyed by ex
perts. Tho French Laundry, 258 Ber
etanla street, is the agent for the fam
ous San Francisco tjers, tho F,
Thomas Parisian Delng-Works.
Two Japanose divorces wero grant
cd by Judge Robinson this i morning;
both on tho grounds of falluro to pro
vide. Juno Shiilmyii'was granted sop'
arntloir from her' husband'' Tstsukl,
and Tatsuml Kurazawa 'leaeti hei
husband by the decree of the court
' . )
Dr. Sexton of the Board of Health
will hereafter do the dispensary work
of the board In addition to his other
duties, his offtco being moved to tho
dispensary, , ill'
This matter was taken up with th
sunervlsors a few rtnvn nan Inr Pre,
sident Mott Smith, and will do away1
i with an expense, to the county for n
physician In the illspcnsary. '
8lnee the tlpic of tho burning of
the tnqrgue Dr. Sexton who 1b bac
teriologist for the board has- done his
I work In 'the office of the president of
tbo board. Under tho last approprla
tlon thero was not money enough tq
hlro a man In the dispensary all tho
time and the county provided for one
part or each day. . j
As Dr. Sexton's work will occupy
most of his time In the laboratory
which will bo In tho dispensary build
ing. It Is thought advlsablo to turn
ine dispensary work over to him and
In that way Indigent patients may set
medicine at apy time instead of dur-
iijk pniy onu uour in the day;
The oftencr spiqe men fall tho raoie
money iney accumulate.
Most people think ghosts
white, but they are all shadee.
SmTmTnrdXanBadXe;; ,,for. ""n,ged l. excursion to some
"It' goes without sajlng that every
thing Is Beat (at The Ely ore. (
7-ticttted Auto for hire; Phone 199
James Baker, Young Hotel Stand
i.inmtiuj.ia'U trousseaus una nmcy
nidl!w;oi)ii Mrt,. ,!!,. llel. 162 Holer
If jrqu .want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
uarnago hie. jo . j uueen hi, ',
The Kentucky saloon Is as famed
fur good liquors as the State of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts s he prpprl-,
etor. ii , , i ., .
Tho children arc always happy when
'you hae a caao of our soda Jo 4he
Ihouse Distilled water ut CoMolldated
nou'e """"BO waier ui vjonsoijaaieo
soda Water Works. Telephone .7Wt
0rder Dt Coca Cpla. from
Hawallmn8ojarWorkg. You'll find It
.. i .,.,.,, b 1U9.
the moat delightful fjevcroge i)ouievcr
tasted. Phone $16. i ' i i-
"Hull" dinger Ale Is the most spark
ling, snappy.'rlghl flavored ginger ale
on tho market. Bottled by Ryeroft'a
Fountain. Hoda. Works, phonel70,l
- - njm
Hawaii looks pretty good to "the
execulho offlcors of the National Edl
"rial Association, whlchWganlzatlon
hroush Its secretary J. P. Haungart,
ner ''?flii ,no rfcce"' "'
nn invirnrinn irfini nuiviir .iiihhiiii .1 .
i t. a I il
"' aRi.iK " iv.uuu.i m
tind Its annual tour d tncludo the
Hawaiian Islands. Secretary Daung
artner statei that he has hrpught tho
matter to ihe attention of the gov
erning board. It la ruorp than likely
that the editors will ho persuaded to
make a pilgrimage to thf ilalands.
In addition to tho Invitation from
Hfs Honor, It ajtDdcrsUcd .that- a
welcome has .also .been' extended by
Governor Wnlter Frear. and tho Ha-
wall Promotion Comhiltteo. ' -
The National Edltqrla! Association
Is mado up of prominent editors and
Btatcs. Each year (he "Association '
oistant pojnt. rno mQumera or min -
lie thought and opinion havo In tHIs
manner visited Alaska and Mexico
besides a number of .scenic points of
interest-In the United States,
Yesterday's mall brought to Govern-
or Frear a letter from Prpi.im rtmin. '
gartner or the National Editorial As-
i.. .. m ...
sociauon;intrepiy to ono or tno uov-
ernor several weeks ago, ,
Mr. Bauncartncr ntate.1 Ihnl nl hn
close of tho next national convention
It was tho plan, for tho members oX."010 I"""!1080 or looking into tho con-
the-Association to coma to Honolulu,
GIBLS BOUGHT IN ,
JJ i NEW..Y0BK MABKET
Agents of the District Attorney Ac-
d tuaiiyj jfurchaie Four White
Slaves. ' '
NEW YORK, May 8. District At.'
torney Whltnian has obtained posi
tive proof that I; Is possible to buy J
gins for immoral purposes in .New
York. Tonight four young girls wna
were purcnasea ny special agents or
the District Attorney are In the -care
of his office, Mr, Whitman nnnounC-
Mi ant Ihraa marsMno nnAiioaJ tt win t
latlng the low agalnsfprocurlng are"!
under 'arresti ' i ' 1
Two women, one a graduate of
Smith College, and the other or Had
cltffe, and a man formerly connected-
with the Government service,
employed as agents, In negotiating
for the' purchane of the girls they
represented themselves as procurers
for houses In Seattle and Juneau.,
Alaska. By 'familiarizing themselves
with the Tonderloln of Seattle, tncy'
wercnblo to win tho confidence or
denizens of the underworld! here.
None of the girls Is oven 18 years
old. Two. are .Polish Jews 'and the,'
others i are Americans, All residents
or this city. It. U 'asserted lho's'ale
of an 11-year-old girl to ibe agents
was, only tnwarted vyther.act. that
the girl brokotber leg whentne tradb
was pending, v ,
(Trading during the present winter
nas described as exceptionally light
on nceountr of general alarm caused
by the sitting ot-41wi Rockefeller
White 8lave Grand Jury, awarding'
io 'miorncy yynuman. une iiargD
dealor. told tllelagsnta that although
two years ago lit could haven sold
them all the girls they wanted at $6
or 10 apiece, he would nbt risk
selling on,e now for $1000,
Naturalization papers wero granted
today to two men who became by that
act of the Federal Court full fledged
American dtlzenB, ' 'i ' fl i ' .
W. If. M. Ayres ud B. 4W. CollcyJ
wejo tho patnes of tliq men who he-
camofAmorfcan citizens this morning
by the action of tho court, and thoy
were both subjects of (Jrcat Britain.
Zelaya will liae some advantages
In writing his proposed book. Not
The only dlvfne pall a true man,
neefis is n unman peeu.
- : " -r-The
past lsr always poor to the
man who has lived In It all hUMIfo.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS, H. LOVE.,
"DrtYS" AT HIL0 '
(Continued from Pacr t) ,
that he had, jn adlltlon )i I. it clu'ii
which ho rejortcd on laU week, ci
tabllshed a iprohlbltton cIiid' at Olaa
two nt Valhc, two at Kalnpolapu
(a iwlntrtbctjireen Hllo ,and Walakoa ,
aluoiknown an Mud Lane) anl dwo at
Knlaua,' a polntia feliort dlstanca from
lllto- onallio uuml'to Papalknu.
The- Malamalama, the1;! Hawaiian
newspaper In-'lta Insuo of ye-dorday
contained a lengthy editorial on tho
prohibition situation on Maul. II.. back
ed up the worki which Is hclng'dnno
by Senator. Cotlho, nnd predicted that
the efforts bf the regular organization
under Knlnma:,! to defeat Corlho would
moet with defeat.
I Tin." same paper contnlned a com
munication from a resident of Maul,
Nelson Kaloa. which ' wan qulio an"
Interesting prohibition document. Ka
loa wroto that ho had been the nrgin
Iter of a, prohibition club nt Panwela,
Maul, which had started out In qulto
a flourishing' condition. Later on'
however! Mr. Kaloa found 'out " that
the prohibition which was meant waV
not absolute prohibition, so I dissol
ved tho icluh." Tho writer said that
he was strongly opposed to tho false
(hoopunlpunl) prohibition' which was
being doled out; andNhat he now be-
lleved that It was best to let each
man govern himself on the subject of
liquor. t i
In Hllo thosn on the Insldo nro be-1
KjnnlngMo ttakc avdo Mjoly Interest
ln " rct" ted plans of the local
Board of License Commissioners,
wnlcn w,!) meel during the lattar part
uf next month. The Board has not
n,l sl,lco ,U8t -anuar. and this meeti
K " ,arucuwr" "'U'Ortani,
as nt thIa B(;8a;ou l" applications of
t" various suloona and wholesalo
. for renewals of tholr licenses
i"1 - - " "- '
I " '" 'deflnllely -known that the
noard Mends to take these things up
m a vcr'r "refill manner. It is also
"m ,uul " nns aecium to gji as
mucn mrormntlon In regard to tho
manner of tho running of tho varlouj
llftlttMrA.t nlnnvtia r, la A b.l . It I
"-- i"" n w, ana, u u
fin fit tlrnaont il nitnlnii lnnniiata
" " """ "" "" i".iui,
" nas offered to a very well known
"id oxptirienccd man, the 'Job of tak-
,DB, a ,r, around ,he l8land tor t,h8
liuwi ui iiiu vuriuiiH jnacen onu 10 re
port thereon to the Board. Tho
Board has asked that .tho namo .of
this' man bo not published, i but tills
much can be said, namely 'thai tho
Board has mado nn .excellent aeleo.
tlon, though It Is'not certain whether
tho man picked out will be ablo to
tnko tho Job.
"I understand that the Board In"
tends to cut out a number (of tho sa-1
loons," said thlB gentleman In spook'
Ing -of the matter. '"Particularly, I
believe. Is It tho Intention to cut,
down tho number whero there are
more than one In a village. Yes; libs
lleve that .the Board will cut down
j I n v hiittliAH jh ntMu s
"" """"' wiuoub m imo aiso
i i iur iiiir purKBe, ior ono mine.
that tho Board wants, as mucliMnfon
mation as posslblo about tho vart
ous saloons.'1 ' j '"i I
Rufus Lyman, the socrctary of the
Board of License. Commissioners, was
approached on thb' aubjecl," but , he
said that, for 6no thing,' ho did not
wisn to speak for tho entire board
and furihornfore, tJio board had not
ns ypf rornvniated'Its" cour?e of ae
'"You can say. however, that we
wish tho public would take mpro In4
tercst 'In tho salami nucstlpn," sold
Lyman. "Complafnts arp.-piad0 from
tlmoiq timer aBout this Baloon'' and
that saloon, but tho 'prpppr' thing to
do is for tho complainants t6 appear
before tho Board at "its meetings, eith
er 1n porsop, or. If -that tfs'not conj
VpplcnLDy letter,' In order I that wo
may, havo something deflnlto to go
ou. Wei do not ' feel i Justified
in closing places 'whoro'" thero
aro not ' complaints.' -"Howbycr,
m I said, wo havo not as yotiformulat-
ed our course of nctlonalthousli lb
is quite trito thatfwe have made an,
offcr('foria temporary tnsnectdr tto'
mako a. trip 'around theMsland to'
make n thorough 'Investigation of the
manner ilnwhlch,'the'llccmn.d 'places
are being conducted." ti t
i "in1 m
Three young men belonging to tho
salicylate .athletic teams travpllng" to
Australia Iiy tbo Oanadlan'Australian
liner Makura were left behind when
that vessel sallod for tho Antipodes
Tho unfortunates wero tnembsm of
a gay party that spent tho ovenlng
In taking In tho sights. They were
ln t6w of a Honolulu delegation but
"'i j aclBo proved tool strong an at
..MwM ,ur U)ey neeocii not tluj flight
'of 'time. It In posslblo that they may
arrange for transportation byi a freight
pr should such a vessel be dispatch,-!
"ui" "uuuiuiu wiinin n rortnieUt. (
A MOOT POINT In' 1W 'ftffsctlne
tho rlhttff Bteamnlilp companies
will be passed upqn In ault for JCJ2
filed In tho superior court of l.oa An
geles by Kelt II Spaldlnmof Point !
ma, Cal , son of A. (1. Hpaldlnv, ,tlio
sporting goods manufacturer, again"''
the Pacific Mall Steamship Company.
Mr. Spalding engaged passage itnim
San Francisco to Hongkong nn :th"
steamship Korea with the "exclitslvo
right to occupy suite (1 nnd lit and
stqtcroom No. H," for 'the tllitiliOKln
ntng on August tijli Inst.' year, tlcfnro
tho datoof sailing,, he changed his
plans and returned his tickets, tp tho
company, which, ho nlleged promised
to relmburno him If llio, llc.'trls could
bo rcHold. Thp compiny nflcrwnrd
refused to glto hickihls 9C12. i
It Is -alleged In the complaint that
General Marager It, P KthAcrln of.
the steamship Hno occupied tha Quar
ters reserved for Mr. Spalding. Tho
latter contendfl that In halng utilized
tho Hiilta'and stnteroom tho company
rendered Itself llablu to tho recovery
of tho sum he had paid , for-nccom
THE FIRST of tho now lino of
steamships to ho established between
Antwerp and the American Pacific,
coast ports by Balfour, Guthrlo L
Company Is reported would Ball from
Antwerp o'n May 1st for' San Fran
cisco nnd Northwestern harbors: the
second will leave Antwerp In Juno for
Honolulu,' thence to the -United Btatcs,
and the third will sail from Antwerp
In July for Los 'Angeles. i
Beginning with tho Baling of a ship
overy slx weeks, the strvlco will i lift
cnlargod with the growth of traffic
Tho yesxtl Holectcl fur tho Initial
runs are the St. Nicholas, tho Gre
stukoi Castle and the. Mlddlcham Cas
A SIX 11011113 slay wan mado It),
tho Canadian Australian liner Makura
at Honolulu last evening. Ilia vessel
was lato in arrival from aucouver
and Victoria. Instead of coming along
side the Alakca wharf about throe
o'clock It was after six o'clock before,
the passengers were permitted tn como
ashorp. ,, i
The Makura brought a small amount
of freight for Honolulu. A score 'of
first and second clas passengers left
tho vessel at this part. The liner
received quick dispatch for Australian
ports byi the way of Suva and sailed
for Sidney at midnight
, THE HAMBURG Amcrlka Une will
shortly commenco the building nt a
new trans-Atlantic liner which In size
will surpass any vexscl afloat. The
new vessel will bo over 800 feet long
and the tonnage will bo f-om -It) to
B0,000. Tho speed of tho vessel will
ho 21 knotH. Tho contract for con
structing this new aca monster has
been-awarded tn tho IlamhurK branch
of tho Yulkanwcrlfc. A doclt. about,
250 meters long will have to die built
to accommodate the lugj liner. To
draw a 'comparison,, tho Maurotanla It
790 feet loug and) has a displacement.
of 15,000 tons, and -she registered uo
her trial trip 27 1-2 kfiotx.
IT WAS REPORTED from Chrlstl
nla. that about May ilf the Tram will
sail on another voyage tn tho Arctic
regions to make researches In nveano-i
graphy as'a nreludc to the now expe
dition In .which about fifteen scientists
will takq part. NVIten the latter cx
pcdltlon returns with Its results the
great exploring expedition under Copt.
Roald Amundsen will Ball for tho Po
lar regions, where it Is hopta that
remarkable discoveries will ,be mado
from scientific standpoints.
II1I.0 SHIPPING at the port nt the
tlmp of dep'artuie pt tho steamer tji
urta cKa Included 'the American-Hawaiian
frelghtcrVlrginlan which vob
scl arrived thero on Friday afternoon.
It Is expected that tho 'American ship
Edward Sewall will nalltfrom Hllo for
Delaware Breakwater wjthia full car
go of wigar today, - t
LIGHT TRADES and smooth seas.
wero encountered In tho homoward
yoyage ofO-the Btcamcr Mniini Kea,
from' Illd and woy .ports.? Tho vpssel
arrived early this) morning wljli -a1
large list of cabin and dock passen
gers and a general cargo.
THE STEAMERi CASCADE line to,
arrive nt Honolulu front' Hawall'iixirtu
wl'l bring a full Bhlpmeat of sugar,
The psi wm inrtin,- .t unntn,
today. ThCvessel will cleah'up all!"
the sugar on hand at llonoliaa ware-'
A FULL BHIPMENT Of stigir. and
flttV honil' ratllh from II iwiill ,,nrlul
Will arrlVo'at Honolulu bytho lnter -
Island steamer Llkcljke. The vessel
was taking on cattle at Kawalhao to-
SUGAR CONSjQNED tp thp Davlci
uh.-: in uuti io urnye irpm uawau
ports today" by the steamer Maul. The
vessel has bpen taking on cargo at
Friday. May 27.
Vancouver Makura, O.-A.i 8. B , fi
Hllo and Island iiortfi Ban Gabriel,
Port. Cr., 2 p. m.
Saturday, May 28.
Hllo via way jmrtsr-Mauna Kca,
rtmr., n.im. -t
Hongkong via Japan ports Buyo
Mnru, Japstmr., n. in. ,
Newcastle, N. 8. V. Heathdenc,
Br. stmr.t a. m. I
Vessels to arrive.
Norfolk, Va..-yancniivcr, Br. Blmr.
,, Sunday, May 29. ,i
Maul nnd MoloKal ports Mlknhala,
stnir. " !!
Monday, May 30.
San Francisco Mongolia. P. M. S. 8
ipssaay, may oi.
Konn nml Kail ports Manna I-on,
sttnr. v i
Sunday, June 6. '
Newcastle, N. S. W. Henley, Br.
sttnr. . j
, Wednesday, June 1.
8an Fronclsco-nLurllno. M. N, S. S.
Kauai twrts W. Q. flail, stmr.
Thursday, June 2.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlne,
Friday, June 3.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Nippon
MariLrT, K. K..S. S.
iKona and Kau ports Manna 1am,
flimr, , , . t ,
Saturday, June 4. j
Sallna Cruz ila f)an lYfltielsco anilj
Seattla Mexican, A.-Il. S. S. "
Hllo via way ports Matina Kea
stmr. i i
Sunday, June 5.
Maul and Molokul poiu Mlkahala.
Kauai ports Klnau. stmr.
Tuesday, June 7.
Sau Francisco Ton)u Maru, T. If.
1C. S. S.
Wednesday, June 8.
San Francisco I.urllne. M. N. S. S
, Saturday, June 11.
Manila. Hongkong via Japan ports
Siberia, P. M. S. 8.
Monday, June 13.
San Franclsco-r-Korea, P. M. S. S.
San Francisco Wllholmlnn, M. NJ
Wednesday, June 15. i
Sallna Crnx via San Franclrco and
Seattle Mlssourlon. A.-II. 8. S. 1
Saturday, June 18.
Hongkong via Japan ports China
P. M. S. 8. ,
Tuesday, June 21,
Australian portH via, Suva Marama,
C.'A. S. S. ,
Friday, Jure 24.
San Franciscan-Sierra, O. S. S.
Saturday, June 25.
Vancouver Manuka, C.-A. S. 8.
Hongkong via Japan ports Man'
churla, 1 H. S. 8.- i
Tuesday. June 28.
San FranclBcovNlppnn .siarii, T. K.'
k. a. .
Wednesday, June 29.
San Frnnclico Lurllno, M, N. 8. 8,
Per O. S. 8.' Sierra, for San Fran
Cisco, June 8. O. II. Bwezey, Mr, and
Mrs. QA. .Nickeson. M. K. Cook, Mr.
aud Airs. s. B. Morstqn, Allsn Grundy,
uov. ,u, scitdder. Airs. M. J. Dalcom.
Mrs. E. Lewis, Miss Van Dalecn. V,
Butch. A. M. Merrill. Miss Hamilton,
Miss A.IIunt. Miss F. A. Dewltt. Miss
Rosenberg, -Miss. Wells.-Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Gordon. Mrs, G. A. Darker. Mrs.
Mm. Kent. Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Tully.
Miss M, Maxwcl. Mrs. Hummel, Miss
E. Mattoon, Geo. OUib. Judgo and Mrs,
Beattyi'W. W. Goodnlo. Mr. and Mre.
J. At Richards. V.- do BrcttovIIlo. Miss
j E. M..8toven3, MIss.Mu Welch, Mis E.
iiooce, ur.i Chris iQ'Day.'Wm. Campsle,
J. Al, Kuddlman, Pror. Lord, Prof. Cod
dington. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Bryan.
Air. and Mrs s. D, Koki. Mrs. A. Wag
ner, Mrs. J. Winton. II. P. Ashburn.
.ParkAsliburn, Urn. Sowall, Miss Sew
wall. Mrs.'CM Morngne. Mrsj M. Yar
bqrough, Mls I. Scarborough, Bishop
atestancK. j, u. wateon. jjiss li. u
Douglass Mary A. Parker, Miss K.
Copk. Miss M. Rood, M,r. and Mrs.iJ.
Devercaux. Mrs, W. L. Ijing'tqn, t
Karl. E.Candalii J. -P. Lynch, R. H.
Wnllln. F. M. Parker. Mra. Wm. Kruse.
WATERFRONT NOTE8 J
t THE INTER-iSLAND steamer He
leno Is to bring a full shipment! pf
sugar and a deck load of cattle from
THEtSTEAMER Kauai is reported
to havo lelt'IIJIO with four thousand
hard'wodd railway tics for Honuapa
TWENTY-NINE days was required
In making the voyage to San Frnrt
Cisco 'by the American schooner W
H. Marston. Th! vosseltBalled'froni
Hllo with hard wood ties and arrived
t tho California port yesterday.
TJ,cAMEn,CAN,sc00ner S. C. Al
I Ion was discharging lumber at Kloein
nt the time of departuro of the steam
or Klnau for Honolulu, t
THE LOCAL naval station la In re
CelHt Of advices from IVnulilm.l,,,,
i w"lttl announco that there will h6 nc.
visitation frdm tho vessels comprla-
'"e " mcinc riect at Honolulu dut
I lug tho sumnier months Thero win
bo nothlug doing nloug this line untl.
after the month of August at (east.
' uiiiu-h oiaiee cruisers Chatta
nooga and Cleveland nr riiii in
ported from Quam from which port
they v.l sal) for Honolulu.
Friday, May 27.
Australian ports .via Su a Makura,
C.-A, S. 8., midnight.
VESSELS TO DEPART
Saturday, May 28.
South and Central'Anierlcan ports
BuyoMari, Jap. stmr., 3 p. ,nu.
Monday, Maf 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
gollal. M. 8. 8. . , -i,
Kauai ports Nocau, stmr., 6 p. m.
i ,, Tuesday, May, 11.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kca,
stmr., noon. '
Kntial ports Klnau, stmr., C p. m.
Molokal and Maul pom Mlkahala,
Btmr., jj-p. m. , , n
Thursday, June 2.
Kauai iprti W, O. Iall, stmr.
Friday, June 3.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlne,
Kona and Kau ports Manna Ixa,
stmr. , s i
i San Francisco Lurllno. M. N. 8. 8.
Saturday, June 4.
San rranclsco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 3 , i
Monday, June 6.
Kauai iiortB-T-Noeau,) stmr.
Tuesday, Jure ,7.
San Francisco- Lurllno, M. N. S. S.
Japin ports and Hong'topg Tenyo
Maru. T. K. K. S 3. '
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Molokal and Maul portB ollkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Per s'tTur. Waiina "liea, from Hllo
and wayr'lorts;MBy 88 --V. II. Beat
ty. Miss Mj tE,. -Grundy, Mrs. A. R.
Wrlghti Miss Vt'Mi Qleaves. J. Rode,
CiKjiCbttrcnrt''nMA.. Ci 'Thnrismsh K
Mlhhiaj Wj TlniChOn. 8,' Sphtei',1Mrs
nUKjIlMhllaiiil thllrt, D. H. Tomln n.
E. IMdtxtcr.'.O.I JhB4dlniu'r -and-rwlfe.
Jas;t'Ilalim,wiro nndiBinvMluses Ma-
hon .(3), MraJlMil Halaji MlasrR. Ke-
'akilidMcWlip KealOhd MrxjiOoo Pan
Whn and rmieichlldronMR, A. Young,
Geo. WJCarr. iMntVls. tA. Doiithltt,
Ioht.7Ilad,iE. tAflteln, W. J. Conroy,
V. J.tEkUesg. Hoot Wyllle. 8. Yama-
tnufa.lB.liHata and Uonghtcr; Rev. T.
Kata. andlgon.iMlss-.i Yoshlno, Miss
iMlniom.MMisa Barnard; Mrs. Barnard.
C. V;nD0tkwOKthr-W. E, Frost) T.
O'Urlqni'in.vBaflJv' Clias. R. Hall, Mc
ClanaharU'Wong, Hnw, N JJUchoen
bergcr.uWT'fotcnhaucr, W.' 1L Castle
and'ivlfe. D. -V. Connllng. C. W.iAsh
forjl, flop. "8,. Br.qwn,' 8am 'Parker and
seriant, Mrs. -A. Smith, A. W. Carter,
wlfO' nnd daughter. Major Willis, m.
Knwaliara', Mrs. Puuhcno and child,
Joo Marques, Jr. and wife, O. Kinney,
W. P. Fennel, W. J. Bell. D. H- Davis,
L. Welnzhclmer, W. J. Coelho. J. O.
'Young, wlfo nnd son, Rev. ll.'K. Pos
poe. J. l, S. Kaleo, B. Waggoner, Mrs.
.Francis odd 3 children. MIbb Somer,
M. l. Gomes, wire and children, A. J.
Gomes', wlfo and children.
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai ports,
May 28. James Moroo ,M. Forla, r.
Gny, Geo. ralrchlld, Mrsn. P, Iiwr,
Mlsi Emily Rice, a. L. Grclg, Miss N.
Orelg. Mra. II. C. Colburn. Pah An.
A.' D. Castro, MIssi Slcwart, II. O.
Prltchard. E. Hoopll, O. Itoopll..
Per stmr. Claudlne. for Hawaii and
Maul ports.-iMn and Mrs. J. P. Cooke,
T)r. Av B. Clark, Miss -A. J. Adams.
1 PA88ENQERS BOOKED I
il1 - . i 4
Per stmr, Kjnau, for Kauai ports.
May 31. F. N. Payne. A. II. Rice.
' Per Btmr. Mauna Kea. for Hllo via
way rorts, May 31. E. F. Coddlngton,
II. T. Barclay, Mrs. Barclay. R. D.
Mead, Cecil Brown. Mrs. P.-. McLean.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona nnd
Kau ports, Jpno 3. W. Kapeko, J. Ka
peko; Mpsars, Lindsay,, JohtiBon. K.
May, T. May. Slovens, Misses Hind
(2), James Hind. Mrs. Hind, Mrs.
QrccnitauRh O. Berlcman, aco! Camp.
bell.ideo. Hewitt, Jr.
1 ' MAILS.. j''
, Maljs are due at Honolulu from
points as follows: i
.Yokohtmn Per Benyo Maru, May 27.
Ban Francisco Per Mongolia, May SO.
Colonics Per Mqrama. Jpno 21,
Vancouver Per Manuka, Juno 23.
Malls will depart for the follwrlof
points as follows; , ,
Yokohama Per Mongolia, May 30
Vancouver Per Manuka, May IS.
San Francisco Ppr Nippon Maru
Juno" 4. -
Vancouver Per Marama, June 21.
uix, arrivpu at Bootllo Ma.y 14.
Logan, arrlvqd 'at Saq loraqctsco M"ay (
Sherman, sailed from Manila. May 14.
Sheridan sailed from 'Honolulu for
Manila May 14.
.H ;OPE)Pt "O"
t Saturday, May 28.
SAN FRANCIBCO Arrived May 27:
Bktne. Irmgarcl, from Mohukona,
May 3. ,
BclfrMV. iC Marston. from Hllo,
April 28. ii i , '
SAN FRANCISCO Balled May 28:
B, 8. Sierra, noon, for Honolulu.
ORAYS HARnOR-Arrlvcl-May -R-
Schooner C-. M. Kellogg,- frorii inio'
MAHUKONA Arrived May 23 g q.
Wilder from San' liTanclsco
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