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KPF EVENINO DOLtBTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAT 30, 1910. " '
i Masonic Temple I BROTHEBHOOD OF .local and general ) . A ftft A G E . : -I & 1U 8 Aa's ,
nu i IK - 'a aar- b. .k, tiam UL-n .am. -av. -m m
wa n ,1 rai i. ai av. lmbi
m monday: 'J Tour Around The
n. Oceanic Stated. I Wnrlrl
f!' TUESDAY: , ! , lJf "0na
WEDNESDAY: , .
Hawaiian Third Degree,
THURSDAY: ' '
Honolulo Third Detjrce.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All Tlsltlug mcinbors of tna
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meeting of loral lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at X. P. nail
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' othVr A.,0
ENEFICIAL ASS7SIATI0R. ciation. cor-
. HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
- .-J '
i Meets every Monday evening' -at
f- 1J:30 In I. O. O. r. Hall, Tort Street.
J K. II. IinNDHY. Secretary.
'II. 13. MuCOY, Noble Urnnd.
t ' All visiting brothers ery cordially
0AHUI0DQE, No. 1, K. of P.
i Meots every first and third Frl-
t day ovcnlng at 7:30 In K. of P. Unit,
' 1 corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
' i brothers cordially Invited to attend.
. l WM. JONE8. C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. II. a
HONOLULU LODOEOIO, B, P. 0. E.
'Honolulu Lodge No. 016, II. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klu
Street, near Fort, ovory Trldny oven
ing. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
Invited to attend.
. JAS. D. DOUailKIlTY, V. 11.
- vji.as. f . ouuuunu, oju.
HAWAIIAN TIUBE. No. 1. 1. O. B. M.
I Meets every first and third Thurs
L days of each month at Knights of
if Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-l-4lally
InWtod to attend. - -
V. HldOlNS, Sachehi.
E. V, TODD, C. of It. - -
HONOLULU AERIE HO. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7;30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
t leretonla and Fort streets.
v lining &agics are inviieu 10 ai
terd " W. It. niLEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY I0DQE NO. 8,
o. Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
p,venli)g nt 7r30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hau, cor. Fori and lieretnnia. visit
1 Ing brothera cordially Invited to at
toad. II A. TAYLOn, C. C.
K s-l J. A. JAtUBSUn, n. 11. t).
hat put the developing
"and printing dono by us on
an artistic nlane not reached
''' by our competitors, Our
",. br'omihe ,
will jriyo your pictures high
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
HENRY MAY & CO.
J V Van Kirk, tho Plasterer Evan
gelist, came In oh tin- Mongolia this
morning, ami no at once not In touch
With Sheriff Jarretl atld asked pr
i mission to parade the clly streets car
, rjIriK Ills banner. Van Kirk Is known
nil over the United States, and he Is
at present on a tour of tho world In
Hie Interests of tho Brotherhood of
I Ills self Imposed task la to1 ''Pro
iclalm Iliotherlioni) throughout all tho
earth mild nil Illithhnttjr thoreor." Mr",
um Kirk carries a hook In which nil
tho most prominent people of the
mainland lmo written' their names
and Included among them are tho
Mgnntitrcs of President. Tnft, Vlco
President Sherman, Cahllnnl (ilbbon,
and hundreds of others. Sheriff Jar
retl ndded his name to the Illustrious
Tho evangelist was In Honolulu
about four jenrs ago and slnco then honorB M Annaponn navfl aca()cmy.
he hna traxelcd all over the world Tho Uo ls nt pT0Ktnt a BlU(lcnt of Plln!lhou,
present tour started soma time back.The reports of tho last examinations
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ono will Wslt the n.r hast and then
Anl ti tit-(t( I Oilla
Iii'vvij i' i.unj'tJ in sijiivj
Thin rliornlng as soon nt tho vessel
nan docked tho evangelist started Out
on Mil rtinr of tho city. Ho carries
,a lirgo h.mner surmoiinlcd by thu
flagn of nil nations and on ono stdo
Is enrcrlbed! '"The World Is a Neigh
borhood, Let Ur Make It a Brother
hood " J)n the roverso sldo Is print'
ed Tlio Parliament of Man; tho
Federation of the World In This Ccn'
we have with us
AT THE YOUNO.
Sundy, May 29.
J II. Moragne, Mhue, Kaual; A. II.
Mice, I-lhue, Kaual; Geo. Brown, City;
Saturday, May 28.
f "Afrs. HarryC. Coburn. Elcelo; Oco.
lit. FoiTchtld. Kealla, Kaual; Itouert
Hind. Hnwull; D. E. Mctzgcr, Hllo;
W, ,J.onroy, Hllo; Mrs. John Watt,
Olan; I. Wclnzhclmer, Ijihalna; Ouy
Duckworth, Papaaloa; O. O. Kinney,
KohaJa: J. Fleming. Wahlawa; Hugh
Monday, May 23.
Msa I, M. Cleaves, Oakland, Cal.;
A, E, Todd. Walalua; W. M. Temple-
ton, Wahlawa; A M. Aldrlch, Loa An
geles; Aug. Johnson, William Watson,
Now York; Ben. J. Stout, Indianap
olis; Miss W. C. Smith; Mrs. W. Walk
er and daughter, T. E. Blbblns and
wlfo, Mrs. F. W. Krauso, San Francis
co; C. I. McAtoy, Watertown; A. M,
Aldrlch, Los Angcloi; Mrs. J. Schul
AT THS HAWAIIAN.
Saturday, Ma 28.
Frank Spealght, London, Eng.; Can
lotta Stowart. Kaual; A. Smith, Ha
waii; W. H. Frfedly, Wahlawa; John
8wlfl, Lcllchua; Peter Lorancd Lol
Monday. Mav 23.
i A. Itomano Koloa"; V, D. Wltte,
Atea; B. Crcssaty and wife, PaBadena,
THE CHORUS LADY
Tonight tho Mcltao cdmpany will
offer for tho approval pf Its many
frlcnda and admirers Ilose Stahl'a
great play", "Tito Chorda Lady." This
play Is woll knoWn and mado a big
hit (11 New York wheri first prd
duced. It tolls a story of the life
of u chorus girl, depleting tho ups
and downs of her life in a master
ful mun'rier. MIbj Oswald Is espe-
I Clally adapted for tills role, and her
I rendition of tho role or "Pat" will
be all that, can be dealrqd, ,
Mr, Mcllae hag spared no expense
to make this oneN6f the Hits of tho
seabon, nnd everything will be aa
j near tho original production as pos
sible. I Tho second act of the play shows
a dressing' room of they chorus girls
of 11 Now York Jhc'ater, showing (he
girls In the itct of making up for
tho evening performance This wlii
be cry Interesting to the outside
public who have never had an oppor
tunity Jo sco the Inside working 6f
a dressing rconl, and tho work of
oi-tors and actresses, beforq the cur
tain goea up, ,
nils will bn Hie only performance
ft "The Chorus Laly" until tho re
turn of the company from Hllo, n
week from Saturday,
It sjoes without saying that every
thing IrBest at The Encore. '
7-Scated Auto tor hire, Phone 199
James Baker, Young Hotel Btand.
Embroidered tiousseais ind fancy
needlework. Mrt. H. Bell, 162 Hotel
If1 you want a good Job done on an
auto dr carrlago talco to" Hawaiian
Carriage fgvgo.. 427 Queen 8L
The Kentucky saloon Is as' farded
for good liquors as the State of Ken
tucky. Jack lloberta Is tho propri
etor Thef children aro always happy when
you have a case of our-.Boda In the
house Distilled water ut Consolidated
Soda Water Works. Tolophono 71.
The regular monthly mooting of tho
woman's Guild of St. Clement's
church will bo held tomorrow after
noon at three o'clock In tho Parish
There will be no Km ma Square band
concert this evening, tho Hawaiian
nand"haVIMf put In'lho best part of
tho day furnishing tuiulc for differ
It' is reported by an eye-witness to
lha act that ono of tho guards at the
Insane Asylum gao onc"of the wo
men Inmates a bad beating with a
strap yesterday afternoon. The story
will bo sifted for truth.
It Is stated that n brother of En
sign Ellis Lando Is a candidate for
rior candidates for ndmlsBlon to tho na
M BCadcm). 8how lhat tnre( from Ia,
I .. .
wall have been successful In pissing.
According to a letter received by the
chamber of commerce trom Senator
Ocorgo C. Perkins, chairman of tho
committee on naval nffqlrs, that gon
tlcman stales that serious Intcrfcrcnco
with tho Pearl Harbor drjdock propo-j
sltlon la not proposed and that, tho
amendment to the bill was merely tojfrcnd, find relatives at thla port.
bring tho matter before tho senate
for discussion. Ho Is strongly In fnvor
of tho proposition.
Lease provisions reported bill un
changed, nas tho text of a-cable re
ceived by Governor Frcar from Defo-,
gate Kuhlo jettcrdny. After the ro
csln of the flrst4 cable from kuhlo
giving notice that' tho bill had beert
signed by tho President, Governor
Frear cabled- asking It any changes
had been mado In tho land leato pro
visions, and tho cable received yester
day was In answer to that Inqdlry,
FORGER WAS NOT? ON ,( ' ,
. - LINER M0N00LIA
Continued from Pace 1.)
The' Mongolia arrived shortly ho-'rjhclnnll
fore 12 o'clock today, with a l&rgeJ'Now York
list of passengers who will remain
oVcr at Honolulu. There are a num
ber of kamaalnas returning from the
For Honolulu tnere are severity-
one cabin and nine steerage passen
The vessel Is expected to remain
here until late thla evening, dis
charging 1176 tons general cargo
brought down from the mainland.
Included In this shipment are two
automobiles. Tho Nicola Company,
which will hold forth at tho Hawai
ian Opera House, has1 nearly ten
tons of scenery, appliances and prop
A large nialtiland mall has ar
rived, over four hundred sacks be
ing turned over to trio postofllce.'
The" Mongolia Is earning a large
through list of passengers, Including
eighty cabin, 10 second class and
176 Asiatic steerage
With the exception of consider
able fog and cloudy Weather, the
trip was a pheasant one. There was
little rough' weather.
Tho Mongolia makes a special trip
to Manila to land a largo shipment
of government freight. This cargo
of Uncle Barn's Includes 2,000,000
rounds of small' arm ammunition.
Outside the government freight the
Mongolia' carries about 4000 tons of
Captain Henry E. Morton, the
Mongolia's regular skipper, haa been
grunted leavo of absence for one
voyage to enable him td visit Ire
land, where he has been called 'on
personal business. During hla' ah.
senco B. P. Kltt haa been placod In
command of the Mongolia. Captain
Kltt was for many years chief offi
cer of the China and has been In
command of thd Panama ships.
Miss Julia Atherton la returning
trom a mainland college by the Mon
1 U. J. Iluchly, the head of the firm
of W. O. Peacock & Co., Is back from
a business trip to the mainland.
Whon antied If tie urdught "uiat bar
rel" with him, Bucnly simply snllle'd.
Ho was credited wlths having? made
a canvass on the Coast- for funds'to
carry on the anti-prohlbltlon cam'
Miss Beatrice Campbell, sister dc
Mrs. Ilobort Shingle, was met at the
wharf by a delegatlon-ot friends and
John F, Col burn declared to ncwa
paper men this morning that hla
trip to the'Statea wag 'purely on pri
vate business. He denied having
seen Prince Cupid during his visit
to the mainland. Colhurn appeared'
much -'amused over the' reports that
he hnd,niDda an attempt to Keep the
Delegate nut of the Prohibition fight
In HnwaKi ' i
J, II. Roper'spent n few wooka on
the? mainland In the Interests of tho
City Transfer Co.,
Hawaiian New Company.
Al and Will Nicola are at the
head of the Nicola Company,
troupe of eight eritcrtalne.s Wit)
"will open at the Hawaiian Opera
Houso tomorrow eve .Ing.' '
W. P. noth, the broker, Is ha'ltl
from a business trip te? tho Coast.'
Other Honolulu pntscngcfa lnclud.
ed F. Li. Waldron
and M. 0. Foster returned by tho
Among the through passengers Is
M. S. Hi Frank, a big 'silk dealer,
who with his wlfo Is going to Ma
nila. Judge" E. F. Johtfson and his
wlfo are also returning to Manila on
Another passenger Is Commander
J. II, Shipley, U, 8. N.. who has been
ordered1 to Toklo ns naval nttacho at
tho Atnarlcan legation. Commnndcr
8blpley 'Is nbcdmpanlcd by his wife
Count and Countess II. de Pierre-
don ate round-tho-world tourists,
The jtorty loft Paris some monthr
ago. and' will vis It through the Orl -
cnt before" returning1 to Franco. Tho
count-' expects to' mako a record In
returning' to Europe and will travel
otcr the Trans-Siberian railway to
tho continental 'centers.
The 'Mongolia comes hero with a
Ant-class wll-olcsa Installation oi
the llvo.kllpwat t)pc. Operator
Carapbell'Vc'tibrfB'1 tho apparatUa as
working ralrly" well, considering Its
recent Installation.' 'Tho Innovation
waa much1 appreciated b) many pas-
sengera In communicating with
Tho essel waa' dally supplied with
a general run of tho world's news.
STANDING 0; BIG
Pittsburg and Philadelphia nro still
ahead In tho National and American
leagues, and tho load of both Is fairly'
substantial On May 23 tho standing
of the clubs In both series was as
," National League,
fet'. Loul 16
BOBtdn ,.. 10
New York 18
Boston , IS
Cleyeland ,... 13
8t. Louis 6
The cable report trom Tdklo, dat
ed May 27, wheh waa received lo
cally, announcing the resignation
of Premier' Bone, and to have' been
accepted by the Emperor, waa er
roneously interpreted by this cltj's
Tho fact la that Sono resigned as
Resldent-Oeneral of Korea, and not
as .Prcrdlcr. Sono has nover been a
Oenerul Terauchl, who was nieri
iloned lis having succeeded to the
Premiership, waa also erroneously
Interpreted. Terauchl Is now the
I Resident-Genera! of Kored.
WAILUKU, Maul, May 27.Mr.
Hamuel t, Kolapa, formerly of Kilau
ca, Kaual. who moved Into Walfiiku
from Pauwclo last year, was takon to
uiu juujuiuni iioapuai last wcok on
account of n very bad sore uudert his
right arm pit. It seems ho wa's get
ting along very, well a few weeks
ago, but he felt himself so well that
he went, outside." and' (cr formed "-a
little manual iubdr", which brought
on complications,, and hU physician
qdvlse'd him to go to the hospital,
wlilch he dfd His friends hope, for
his eArly recovery.
AHOLO In- this city,' May 29;' 1910,
James L, Aholo, a,t ralmua; agod 40
Funoral. from Townscnd Under
taking Parlors today at 3 o'clock.
Intcrnient, Catholic Cemetery, King
Some things are better In the past
or "future tense, but-kissing Isn't one of
A man enn Induce a nnuian In ngree
with him by appearing to ngrr-o' with
her. . 'i
'A mah's lda' of h'biriu' clowning" is' to
have his wlntor whiskers removed.
u.".1 "ft n -"
HAWAII Wilt SAIL
It iv ns found to bo impossible' for
i, accompanied bytne Hawaii to leave for tho Coast to
B. W. Hcdcmafin,day( nn(I it wng dcc,jCI (0 hn0 tho
Hawaiian representative sail for San
Pedro tomorrow. Tho yacht that Is
to carry the $opcs of Hawaii In tho
transpacific race la as won proparod
as It la poaslblo to mako hor. Tho
stores aro on board, the crew Is sign
ed on, nnd thcro only romalns tho
'word to bo given that will send her'on
her long Journqy. (
Cari(alri Wilder expects' to mako'tho
trip up Ih nbobt fifteen days, and thkt
will allow of plonty time for tho yacht
to bo gotten ready for the race to Ho!
nolnlti.' Seven yachts aro oxpected th
tako part In tho race, and the latest
entry Is tho La VaJIcra which hala
'rom Tacoma. Tho Lurllno has been,
iii, "ut "er now owner is uoing asK-
ed to enter, for tho race. Tho entries
, at prisent nro: Winsome, Sweetheart
Blwash, Qwcndolyn. Iji Vajlera, Ha-
wall and possibly tho Lurllno.
Thcro la aomo talk of Installing rt
small wireless plant on each of the
yachts, and In that caso tho progress
tf tho competing boats could bo re
ported from tlmo to tlmq.
CANON AIM Iff
Canon AUlt of Maul has been se
lected by HIshop'Restarlck to tako tho
place of the Rev1. V. II. IlllRs who has
decided not to return to Honolulu
I in tolrn lit, IiIm rinftna Ivltht flti
Anrirv-a Tho iiuh'n,, mi.i' mom.
bcrg of tno ,crtry havo decided that
Canon Ault' should b offered tho
p)ac0 vacated by Rov. BIIbs, who will
- id ftnoknitn
I Tho news that CanonAult1 Is com-
I Ing to Honolulu will bo received with
pleasure1' by hlu many friends, .llohas
won great popularity 011 Maill'iflll Is
well known In Honolulu.
1 Cablegrams rctelved by local
frlcnda announce that the. funeral
of the Into" Mr. T. May will bo held
Id England tomorrow A memorial
tervlco will be hold In St'. Clcniont's
church, comer of Wlldcr'nvenue'anU
Maklkl street, at 4 o'clock tomorrow
TltE PACIFIC Mall liner Mongolia
win no iiispatcncu ror Manila via Ja
pan porta nt six o'clock this overling.
Tho clcvert hundred tons of freight
to be loft at this port havo been mov
ing out at a' rapid, rato throughout
,tho day. Tho Mongolia will carry
eighteen Japanese who woro gathered
In by tho rovcmio olTicors, whllo en
gaged In poaching on the b'lrd Islarida
to the Westward. In addition to tno
usual number of Asiatics leaving Iri
the Btecrugo tho vessel will tako a
half dozen layover cabin passengers'
destined' for tho Easl. In addltlori to
tho largo shlrirtient' of army artdvnavy
suppllos for Manila. Private ..consign
ments of cargo to tho Philippine port
Include: 50,000 feet of lumber and
22,000 redwood tics. Thbro rire, four
automobile's for Manila atidHwo for
Honolulu. For Yokohama and Kobe
there are 200 bafes of cotton. Tho
balance, of thq cargo Is made' uri of
general mcrchandlso for the; various
ports of call.
HEAR ADMIRAL- KEES Is looking
forward a tho date of his retirement
with mingled feelings of pleasure and
regret. Admiral Roes will turn over
tho command of tho Honolulu Naval
Station to his successor on Septcm
ber 4. At present tho namo of the Of
ficer who will succocd Admiral Rccs
has not boon disclosed,
KAUAI SUGAR aWaltlng shipment
at tho tlmo of departure of tlld steam
er Klnaii, Included tho following: K.
8. M?, 215"0; k. fc D. 4d30: V. K..
1200": M. A. K. 48.704: McB.. 18.225:
O. & U., 6001 K. P., 98ltj H, M,
8597: O. F.. 21,865; M. S. Co., 1300;
IN FOREIGN PORT
Saturday, May 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlve-d M"ay 27:
Bktno. Irmgnrd, from MaUukona,
Sclir. W. It. Marston, from Hllo;
April 28. '
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed May 28:
8. 8. Sierra, noon, for Honolulu.
ORAYS HARBOR Arrived May 28:
Schooner O, M. Kellogg, from Hllo
MAHUKONA Arrived May 23; S, O,
Wilder, from 8ari Francisco. v
Friday, May 27.
PORT LUDLOW Balled May 26: Sch.
M E. Foster for Hnriollild,
VlLV0 "'-" nt nVranc.sco 'FrtUVho voTaa.ledTr UoLmZ
j Shipping1 i
i t ..
Molokal and Maul ports Mlkohala,'1
stmr., a. m.
Hawaii ports LlkcllkC, sthir., it: m.
Hawaii ports Nllhau, stmr., a. m.
Hawaii ports Maul, stmr., 9:46 n. m
Monday, May 30.
Bin Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S.
,. a. n
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk, Va. Vancouver, Br. atmr.
Tuesday, May 31.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
Sunday, June 5.
Newcastle, N. 8. Wr-Henley, Br.
Wednesday. June 1.
San Francisco Lurllno; M. N. S. 8.
Kaual ports WC O. Hall, stmr.
Thursday, June 2.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlnc,
Friday, June 3.
San Francisco Slorra, O. B. 8.
Hongkong and Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Kona ai)d Kau portjj Mauna Loa,
Saturday: June 4.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco and
Seattle Mexican, A.-II. 8. H.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Koa,
' Sunday, June' 5.
Maul and Molokal poita--Mlkahala,
Kaual ports' Klnau. almr.
Tuesday, June 7.
Ban Francisco Tcno Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 6.
Wednesday, June 8.
San Francisco Lurlino, M. N, 8. B.
Saturday, Junt 1L
Manila, Hongkong la Japan porta
Siberia, P. M". 8. 8.
Monday, June' 13. ,
Ban Francisco Korea, P. JI. B. S.
Tuesday, June 14:
San Francisco Wlthciralna, M. Ni
Wednesday, Juno 15.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco and
Seattle Missourlan, A.-IL 8. 8.
1 Saturday-,' JUne" 18,
Hongkong via Japan ports China,
,P. M. 8. B.,
Tuesday, June. 21, - '
Australian porta via Suva Maramaj
Friday, JUrw 24.
1 San Frunclsco-i-8lcrrH, O. S. 8.
, Saturday, Jbne 25.
Vancouver Manuka, C.-A; 8. 8.
Hongkong- via Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. 8. B. '
Tuesday, June' 2;
San1 Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
' Wednesday," June 29.
m Bad' Franclnco Lurllne. M. Ni 8. 8,
' PA88EN3ER8 ARRIVED Za.
, M I
Per stmr. Mlkahala. from Mbtdkal
and Maul ports. May 29l. lldWcll
Miss Wubke, J. D. McVeigh, II. Rico,
II. P. Judd. N v. i
Per stmr. NllhnuT frbtri' tfttwlllwfll)'
May 29. J. D. Tdtkfcr.'Ji HI Mortgno.
B. 8. Kunao and wife. Kuhal Ohio. ' i
Per P. M. 8,' 8. Mongolia, frcWSai,
t-Tancisco, oiny so-'ifor Honolulu;,
Miss M. Ki AsHtohl. Mls"Ju)lctNA'tI
orton. MIsS Lillian "BkrhardV lMiw
Flora, Boriton, It? Ji BiirHly.'wIlllam!
nurr. miss" Ida Burr, Miss ncatrlC'
Pamtihnlfl Alhrtr4 nti4UMl 11T i It
Cleaver, Mrs. W. Ifr Cleaver. Join, v
Colburn; W. LVColbunJl L.CohW. Mrsl
E. C. Donaldson,1, 'A'. Wi fcame.' IlrJ
Miss ILEanJes, Frkn Evans', Charles'
A. Elstbd, MIbb" Frances Furrier, "tJ
W. HedefflahnV-a. lW,,lHe'ridersbrf, JMTJ
Hind. Mrc: JVM: ifittdi'Mlss'Wrttttrotl
Hind, MlKs Mono Hind. MlSa MtauUW
Hind, MIbs" EvaV"Hlndi Mlri' 'Helen!
Hobron, Chaa; Httko', 8 Cj' Kennedy
Mrs. Q. F. Kimball, c.1- F. Mnrray, O,
Maitnlnnil D1 n..aM l4j lbi tH.M jlkTl..
n.nn .Af KTlA4 VttUl! t.-ll-,llb V. b,
Plummcr, Mrtf. Kf, Pomfcroy, "PW
Pomoroy, Mlsa 6rai!a 'ptfrlialJ.
Robertson. Mrs. J; M. Kbbefttlott.i'WJ
P. Roth. II. L, 8haw, Ci-'Vy. BtioHJ Jr.,
J. II. Soper, Miss tf. 'Sutt'orT. Miss C
Tcggart, F. L. Waldron11, Mrs.1 'F )li
Waldron, Miss Holcn Wall, Ni. w!
Watt, M H. Wclnborg. Mrs. If. 'Hi
Weinberg, Mlsa 8. Whlpplo, Miss O.
Whlpplo, Miss Ethol Whiting,, Mra E.
TllE FRElO-llT LI8T of thb'ateim
dr Mlkahala; arriving' from' Maul and
Molokal-ports, Included 359 sackJ pari
dy anU'a decM load' 64-calo'frorn thu
Cornwoll Ranch,- numbering 34 head.
THE AMERICAN schooner 'Muriel.1
with as shipment of lumber ftnd'goaorai
nnltlmli,- iA llnnnlt.1, la b.nUnlAM .'
hnv6 sailed from San Francisco yes!
TIIR NHHAU'S freight list Includ
ed 6800 sacks sugar. 50 cases honey
and 20 sacks cooanuts. The vessel,
terturneil fiom, Kual pofts yeatorday,
THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Korea,
from the Coast of Asia by the way oB
llonolulu, la roportod to ha,vo arrlvoit
at San Francisco at 10 o'clock Friday,
THE MATSON NavlKilInn Rio-im
or Entnrnrlnn from Kltn id retort a i
M. Flournoy. hi: O. Foster.' Mrs. MHO,
Foster, F,''Ii. Fort, Mrs! W.f K tariy.
Miss E.'tfr'aV. 'Mr. AKMitibhiucW.
, May 29.
Oa Iota Falls of vClyue, Am.
MnnHlV. M"jl- 30. ' (
Japan ports and Hongkong Mon
golia, P, M. S, 8 6 p, m.
Tuesday, May 31. '
Hllo via, way ports-Mauna Kea,
otmr., noon. ' f
Kaual ports Noeaii, stmr., 5 p. ml
Kaual portB Klnau, 'atmr., 5 p. m.
Molokal and Maul porta Mlkahaln,
stmr., 6 p. m. i
Thursday, June, 2.
Kaual ports'-W, O. Hall. stmr.
Friday, June' 3.
Hawaii via Maul porta Claudlno,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
San Francisco LurllnV M. N. S.;S.
Saturday, June 4:
Sari FjanclBco Nippon Mkru, T. K.
K. 8. S , , ) ?. J t
Monday, wne'eT, ;
Kaual ports NocaU, atmC
San Franclsco--Ltirlldc1 M. N; 8. 8.
'Japan ports and' Hong-tong- Tono
Maru. T. K. K. S 3. . .. .. .!. '
Hllo via way ports MamUKca,
I Molokal and Maul ports Mlkahala,
ednesdiy, June' . p
San Franclsco-iBlorrai O.'S. B;
Saturday. June 11.
San Francisco Slberln. P. M. 8. 8.
Monday,. June; 19..,. .
' Japait ports and Hongkong-'. Koren.
P. M. 8. 8. ! '
Saturday, June '18. ,
Ban Francisco China, P. M. 8. S.
Tuesday, June 21.
Victoria, B. C Marama, C. A. 8.S.
' Wednesday, June 22.
Ban Franclsco-AVilhcInllna, M. X.
8-8' " ' i,i '
Saturday; June 25T? 'j
Australian porta Wa-SuviWManulr.il,
C.-A. a S. ,.,. I ,
Ban Francisco Manchuria P. JI.
8. B. "I
' Tuesday, June 28. j
I Japan porta and Hongkong NIpdoii
,Maru. T. Kl'K!i8. a-i '' i
VVtdneaday, June 29. 1
' 8an,FranclBco Sierra, D B. , t
t fassenoersTdepartep i 1
Per P. M. 8. S. Mongolia, forMappn
porlB and Hongkong. W. J, Conroy,
Mrs. A. C. Baldwin, Mrs. V. Jenntng-,
S. Takano, ' , 1
I PA88ENQBRS- BOOKEU t I
Per stmr, Klnau, for Kabal ports,
May 31. F. N. Payne. A. H. Illco.
Per stmr, Mauna Kea. for Hllo' Via
way ports, May 31. E. P. Codd,lngtpn,
It, T. Barclay, Mrs. Barclay,' ' R. ' D.
Menrl. Peril Tlrnwn Mm t Mi-Ijiiii.
'- Por stmr. Mauna Loa, for Kona and
Kdu jwrtsJune 3.7-W. Kapcko, J. Ka
peko . 'MeKra. Lindsay, Johnson, K.
May; T,' Mriy.' .Stevens. Misses Hind
tav, ,'Janfta -Hind. Mrs. Hind; Mrs.
Orcoribaugh.'OJ Bbrtloman, aco.'Camp
;,Pcr''0, B. S("8forn. for 8an Fran
;lBcq;.Jime .prill Swoxeyf Mr. and
AlVarp. A Nlckfcson, M, K. Cook, Mr.
and' Mrs: a rtftonrstonfiMIss qrundy,
,neV Jo; acuaderr'Mra: M. J. Balcom.
MrsJ'ELewla,' Mlak Vali Dalccn. V.
'BUsch. AMi Mofflll. Tdlks Hamilton.
Mkii Ilurtt' MlitfK.A.'Dowltt. Miss
.ttoeenuorg;' Mtag we W, Mr, and Mrs.
X li 'OotMpn;' MVfe. O.1 A. Marker. Mra.
pr$ KenCMr. anari'orrs.'WW. Tully,
I& ,"fWrds, V.'de BWttbVllle. Miss
fl1. Slbvtns, MlWM, Welch. Miss E.
Roeco,' Df Crla 'O'axA'vVlia'ICampale.
J.VM. RudHlraah lror. Ddrtf'Prof. Cod
l"8Wn. Mr. inff Mrtlr.-VVJ' A. Bryan.
,WMT':lD.-ieolrlr MVa. A'.-Wag..
Park A'sUhum Mcii.'flawnllAMiM '!
i'u.. i.-vn-.v.;,. -5
"','l ."" Vi.'Oll- Mon
am jtrs. m. rar-
if: tim. a i
-1'f Shft.,n5bl,'Vj.'p' Lnch. "
allihjlFJMLliarker. MrsrWm. Kruae,
.Mrs. KrUBo. Ml
'M-iiiy 1 7
ISfclltf iri nue at .Honolulu .from
YoKonama-Pcr NJppoa Maru, June 3.
"u t iouuibuu i-er Mongolia, May 30.
Colonics Por Martma, June 2.1.
Vancouver Por Manuka,-5uno 25.
Malls will depart for the fo1!nwo
point as follows: ' j
Yokbltaraa-Pen M"tngblla, May 30.1
Vadcouvor Pk Manuka! Mav sk. r
Sail' Francluco Vr Nippon Mai-u,
lJune 4. 'I ' , J
vancduver Per Marama. June 21. p
TAN8FORT SERVICE. U
Dx,' arrived at.Beattle MayJt
Igan, arrlyed at San-Francisco May
r 11? 1 'J.t 1
Sherman, tailed from Manila. May '14. .
Sheridan milled from Honolulu for
Manila- May 1-4,
FROM QnAYS JlAJUOHjB,,ieport
od, the departure of the American
schooner O, M. Kellogg,' with ,ihlp
ment o( lumber conslgj'tiClBcal. im
porters. The vessel sailed for Hoho
lulu on May 28. . . j? .
TllE DEPARTURE tfirtfehoon.r
M. E. roster with a Bhlpment of ltim-
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