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. Hawaiian Third Degree.
Rose Croix 17tli Degree.
, Oceanic Second Degree.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting member of tbe
Order nro cordially Invited to
ttend meeting of torni lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
motile riiPliirrr.rl Members 01
mninc cnointcna 0j..P -
KKEFICIAL ASSnSIATIOk ciatlons '"
HARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Tort Street,
E. 11. 1IENU11Y, Bccrotary.
H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers cry cordially
PAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. or P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 in K. of I Hall,
corner Fort and rjerotanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. T. HEINE, K. It. a
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
: Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, I). P. O.
:Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Drothors aro cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It.
GEO. T KMJUQHL. Sec.
? HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. RJI.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
I. HIGGINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 'aTE
Meots on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month" at
7:30 o'clock in it. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
' Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend. w. n. niLEY. w. p.
VM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
Wil. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
, Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at "-30 oiclock in K. of 1"
Hull, cor." Fort and Ilcrotaula. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend 11. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
, e. a. jacodson; k. n. b.
has put the developing
and printing done by us on
nn artistic plane not reached
by our competitors. Our
will give your pictures high
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel,
HENRY MAY & CO.
nLMS AND CAMERAS
MADE STRONG BY USING.
Duffy's Pure MaltWhiskey
Cholnrn morlxiH iliarrlioen, dysentery
I and nil otjicr stomach and how el com
plaints speedily relieved by Duffy's
t'uro Malt Whiskey A toaspoonful In
milk or water four, tlmca-a,. day, will
(reo ihi from nil disorders ot stomach
and bowels It nlds digestion, builds
new tissues, quickens tha circulation,
It tones the system and keeps, tbo or
gnu's hcnlthy mill acthe. It kills all
illse.iso germ i. It rnab es tho old to
rnjoy the sports or youth It keeps
the old and yuuns lgurotis and strong,
Duffy, Malt Whiskey Co, Rochester,
H. Y.. U. S. A.
FALSE CLAIMS FROM WOOLLEY.
(Continued from Paic 1)
Territory for the purpose of submit
ting to tho electors tho qucitloh of
prohibiting the manufiicturo and salo
nf intoxicating liquors In tho Tcrrl
tory of Hawaii.
Said special election shall bo held
nn Tuesday, tho In only-sixth day of
July, nineteen hundred anil ten, and
said question shall ho submitted to
the electors in tho following words;
"Shall tho legislator to bo elec
ted in Km ember, nineteen hundred
and ten, bo requested to pass, at Its
nrsi regular session, n law prom mi
Ink tho manufacturo or halo within
tho Territory of Intoxicating, spirit
nous, vJnou, and malt liquors except
for medicinal and scientific pur
roses?" Said question shali bo printed on
tho ballot In the EnglUh language
and Immediately following It shall bo
n translation of thn snmo In tho Ha
wnllan language; below this, in largo
type, shall bo printed tho word "Yes,"
with Its Hawaiian translation, and op-
poslto those, two bracketed words
shall bo square, ruled spaco for
thn marking of a cross; below that.
In similar type, shall bo tho word
"No," with its Hawaiian translation,
bracketed, and opimslto. to them a
similar square, ruled spico for mark
Ing. Tho bullot shall nlso contain
thQ.jTolJowins Instructions In both tho
Engllsji nud Hawaiian languages:
"Voto by" "marking n cros (X) nf
tcr tho word 'Yes' or 'No.'"
-BaM-spfcinl election shall bo car
rled on under the general election
laws of tho Territory of Hawaii: but
Iho territorial committees or 'chairmen
and tbur local committee nnd chair
men. In "charge ofktho campaign for
and against the proposition heroin
submitted may each apolnt two elec
tors as challcngurs and watchers for
each voting ptcclnct. who shall have
bucIi powers and bo subject to such
limitations as are conforrodtby tho ex
isting teirltorl.il cloctlon laws upon si
milar representatives of political par
tics or candidates,
And for defraying the, mjcesRary ex
penses of such special election tho
sum of ten thousand dollars Is here
by appropriated, out of any funds In
tho Territory not otherwise appropria
ted tho same to be paid nut upon
vduchcrB duly approved by the secre
tary of Hawaii,
Passed tho Senate March H, 1910,
CHARLES G. DENNETT,
"This question as presented In the
resolution In tha only one that, Is ho
Ing voted on," says Secretary of tho
Territory E. A. Mott-Smlth, who hns
charge of the plebiscite. ,
Tho Issuo presonted between Wool
ley legislation nnd the support of' tjio
present licensing si stem under which
iho prohibitionists themselves declare
Kntial has practlol prohibition Is
plain and cloar cut but Woolloy Is do
ing his best to bring In tho falso Im
pression that tho voters have) to choso
between n "wide open town" nnd pio
hlbltlon. Leon Hung whoso trial commenced
In,, tbo Frd9ral cpur yestfrdny morn
Ins on. a chnrg? of Importing, nnd
smoking opium was declared not guil
ty by tho Jury at flvo o'clock-yestcr-
"day afternoon. Tho Jurors who tried
the casd were: C. F, LlUloJohri, U
M Whltchouso F. H, Mahelona, A.
Herg.!..Cllrdler, F. II. Petrlo, J. O,
Youiig. P, Durtels, D ,K. lino, C. J,
McCarthy, M, C. Pachcco and D. F,
Mary Kahat has filed a motion for
n new trial In tho caso for a quiet
Ing tltlo brought ngnlnst Yeo Yap on
tho ground that tho verdict of tho
court In tho former case was contrary
to tho law and tho evidence. Also
that the Court nrrod In admitting evi
dence objected to by the plaintiff and
erred again In refusing evidence which
was offered by tho plaintiff.
VonK Nlhgfh again on trial on nn
opium rlmrgp, thn first (rial resulting
In n disagreement of tho Jury.
Tor Salo" cards at" Oullotln. ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without saving that every
thing Is Best at Tho Encore.
7-sct.ted Auto for hire. Phono 109
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand.
Embroltieicd tiuussenus and imiey
needlework. Mrw. II. Dell, 162 Holl
" Order soda wnter from tho Arctic
Lcllhead and Woodward, 1203 Miller
If )ou want a good job dono on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 127 Queen St,
Cement work of nil kinds nnd plas
tering dono nt lowest prices by Tom
Carpenter on Emma street, see classi
Kekqa et als In ''Iho suit ngilnst
Mark P. Itoblnson et nls have filed a
motion wllh tho court to set the case
for trial In the near future.
Remarkable salo of fine leather
purses, card cases, wallets, chatelaine
nnd shopping bags, etc, Hawaiian
News Co, Alexander Young building
If ou nro after n high quality of
liquor served In tho light way nnd In
nn attractive place, go to the Criter
ion, corner of Hotel and Ilethel
It Is impossible to have mora per
fect plumbing work than U performed
by John Nott, the Pioneer Plnmhcr,
1S2 Mcrchnnt strrct. Ho nlso cinles
In stock tho best of plumbing appll
You appreciate the Wireless when
jour family Is nt rei for you know
that In caso of trouble jou can enn
munlcatc with them. On Sunday
morning tho olflco Is open from eight
i-.vcry business home that uses
horse drawn wngons or trucks should
rend the ad in this Issue of tho Horn)
lulu Power Wagon Co. In this nit
some of the features of the, celebrated
Orabowsky truck nro explained.
All the rules nnd regulations of the
board of agriculture are being com
piled at tho Instigation of Marston
Campbell, superintendent of (ho boird
and they will soon be Issued In, pam
phlct form for general distribution
Tho nrt of growing old gracefully Is
n property that belongs to W, P. Ful
ler & Co.'s Puro Prepared Paint. It
looks fresh nnd now when chenpor.
less puro paints nro old nnd ladod and
wrinkled. Sold by t.cwors & Cooke,
If jou order jour stove coal from
tho Honolulu Construction nnd Dray.
Ing Co, Queen stre-t., next to tho of
flco ot tho Inter-Island Co , you wilt
get tho best burning roal jou over
used. Deliveries made to uny part of
Ono dlvorco was granted by Judgo
Robinson this morning that of Jalmon
Takakl from his wlfo Ulnr. Tio, libel-
Innt claimed that his wife had desert
ed him several jears ago nnd It. was
on tho ground of desertion that tha
bonds, of mntrlmony were dissolved.
The Castilloa Rubber Plantation Co,
OFFERS E0R ,SALE TO THE CITIZENS OF THE HAWAIIANISLANDS, SERIES NO. 5. WHICH WILL BE
'. "THE HAWAIIAN SERIES''
R.UT3BER TREES ON CASTILLOA.PLANTATION, 21 MONTHS, FROM SEED,
Acrcatre bougnt in this Series is an INVESTMENT,, not a speculation.
wt. .?y acreaGe and wl?e I"!?"" t"?s are. tapped you get 75 of thttrross proceeds, which
is NET Jo you, as the Company pays all Expenses out cMhe 25 they charne. For example; Say the
first harvest turns oil $400 on e-rois lales. nn e-pf srtnn nf snmi whinv, ;. tjvt n n, c... v.. -.. t...'
vest Rives, byythe increase of the milkine of the trees. $000 from' the acre tapped, you net justS450. and so
on as 'the trees nroduce more you ALWAYS (jet YOUR ,75 of the Crop.. Not so in a Stock Company, for
;;',, r .'..T" ".'"'. ' Blu, uk cms oown me mvinenas, or tney can increase the
Stock by watering it. Everyone who has had experience in Stock Companies knows this to be a fact! the
Acreage plan is the Old English method, and is thttt; used on the Hawaiia- Islands, in the Bice, culture, the
writer is informed bv a Scotch Gentleman here. ' ' v ' lr,'m-,'uc?H,c
r,m i131!111 IS' H0WER, PREPARED AT ANY AND AT ALL TIMES. TO GIVE AN ABS0
L,iTEA.5MNTY DEED F0R.ANY NUMBER OF ACHES OF ITS PLANTATION, PROVIDED, THE PUR
CHASER WILL .PAY THE EXPENSES OF TRANSFER. .ynM,i.tu. run
The "Rnancier" of London, under date of May 5r 1010, says; "The outlook for plantation rubber,
the more one looks .at it, is a MARVEL0USLY pood one, Let us presume that the. export of rubber from
Brazil increases Rreatly a most unlikely and widely improbable coatinrjency. Let' it be Wined that a
positive glut of rubber comes on the market. How. is Plantation rubber then, affeotei? It is bstter off than
"ONE OPOD INVESTMENT IS WORTH A LIFETIME OF LABOR.."
Seiid.for our las,t Report made by our Prcs'dcnt, Mr. Bcharrell, and those who accompanied him In
April to our PJantatipn.
All acreage that,is paid for in cash draws, through Bank here, 5 per annum; all installment-acreage
holders have their pass-books credit bv Bpnk Iij less than 12 months, your ncreace will increase $100
per aero, induing from.whnt those who bought irr.N,a43esn sell for today. '
THE CASTILLOA RUBBER PLANTATION. CO.'S. HONOLULU OFFICE. 203 JUDD BUILDIN0,
t , DR. H. B. EWBANK, Special Representative,
nONOMTLO, T. It'., TUESDAY, MAY
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
ONLY, A PAIiT citai
Stales coal nnjy.d at llonol.ilu jes
icrnay niternoon by (ho Ilrltlsh frelsli fifty tons of o!d iron to Bout.icrn Cul
ler Vancouver. This visspl sailed irornla by tho American bilk Aldon
from Norfolk, vn., on March 8. Tho llesso, now scheduled to get away for
cause of tho delay In arrival. hero Is ltcdondo on or nbout Juno lCth, Cap
nsslgncd to thd freighter meeting with tnlh Ficdcilrk Miller leporls having
tho Amcilcnn cruisers South Dakot-i secured n go" I cargo of Hnw.illnu pro
anil Tennessee at(Puenln Arenas, In ducts, Inclui.f-j shipments cf'plneap
Magellan 8tralls. The warships were pies and rlco.
supplied with nearly two thousand
Ions of coal before resuming their voy
ago up the east coast of South Amor-
lea. Tho Vancouver brought 2720
tons fuel for the locnl naval station
Tho vessel Is now discharging nt tho
KAUAI SUGAR awaiting shipment
nt tho time of departure of the steini.
cr Kcniihou Include tho following con
signments: K. S. M 2150; Mcll, 20,
29B; M. 8. Co., 2440; M A-K C3.29I;
K P 8 1 1 B (1, 8., IB 820, 0 ll B00;
V K 1200; II. II, 9702; K. K. II..
3S00; K. 8., 1B00; I. P. 85.
THE CASCADE, fiom Hawaii potts.
has nrrived nt tbo sirl with 8832
sacks H. 8. sugar, 19.1 bales hides, 22
packages sundries. Tho vessel met
with moderate, breeze mid heavy seas
on the trip to Honolulu.
THE llARKENTINE Cornnado, now
twelve days out from Ban Francisco
and consigned to tho ngeney of ,0.
Umwcr & Co, Is reported ns bringing
down a largo shipment of general mer
chandise nnd supplks.
WITH A SHIPMENT of sugar
amounting to 5188 sneks tho steamer
l.lkollkc, from Hawaii i)rts. has ar
rived. Tho vessel nlso hiought 27
bales wool. BO head cattle, and li pack
TODAY'8 ARRIVALS Included tho
Inter-island steamer Keauliou. from
Kauai ports. The vcBsel lirnugnt 3r,0"
sacks sugar nnd 26 packages sundries,
Tho officers rejiort u rough trip to Ho
nolulu. THE AMERICAN bark Annlo John
son, from Honolulu' with n, shipment
ff .fUSar, Js ,reportlidrto hnvonrrlved
nt 8nn Francisco Veslordnj-.
THE INTH'VISLAU stojmer Cas
cade Is hchrdiileil to sail for Kaani
pall, Mnhukom nud Kawnlbno nt 5
o'clock this evening,
THE ARRIVAL of tho Matson Nav
igatlon tteniucr Wilhclmlna nt San
Frnuclsco is reported jesterday.
m mm mm .-tjic "t vt iiiiiiiiL.iacA pbc.
THE HONOLULU Scran lion Corn-
pany mny ship nbout four hundred nnd
A WIRELESS rccelvcil at HoJolulu
from tho Unite. 1 Slate-i army trnns
port Shcrmnn rcMrts tint vessel ns
780 miles off the poit nt 8 o'clock last
evening and expected to nrrlvo hero
nt daylight on Friday morning. Tho
troopship is coming fiom Mnntln, bear
ing mllltnry, naval and civilian pas
THE A.-H. freighter Alask-iu, sail
ing from Elccle, her last Island port of
cnll on May II, has nrrlved nt Snllnn
Ciuz, accenting to advices received at
tho local ngeney of the line. Tho
Alaskan carried a larg consignment
of sugar and oth"- roduclB.
I ' ' Mi
THE OCEANIv. steamer Sierra,
from San Frnuclsco Is rcportol as fol
lows by latest wireless; O. 8. S. 81
erra. At Sea. 8 p, m. 1212 miles from
Ban Francisco. .Moderate north wlnilB
nnd bwcII. Ilaronutcr 30.19, tempera,
8AII.INO AT 2 o'c'ock icstcrdav nf.
tcruoon fiom San Francisco, tho Toyo
Klsen Knlsha liner Tcnjo Mnru Is now
cp route to the coast of Asia by tho
way of Honolulu. This vessel should
nrrlvo here on tho morning of Juno 7.
Till; MATSON Navigation locil
ngencj has received m lite .wireless
from the stenmer Hllonlan as I Hows:
M. N. 8. S. Hllonlan, At Sea, 8 i. m.
780 miles from Rahulul. Moderate
north winds and modorute sou.
THE PACIFIC MAIL Intermediate
steamer Asia has nrrjved at Yokoha
ma, Japan, according to n cable rc
celvcil, nt the local branch of tho Mer
chants' Exchange, Tho vessel Balled
from Honolulu on May 17.
THE MISSOUHIAN, thu next vessel
In the Amerlcaii-llnv ,il tin scrvlco to
call at Honolulu with irnlnlnnd cirgo
Is expected hero nn Jm IS. This ves
sel Is due to lenvo Scslt e on June 7,
AFTER A TWENTY-SIX day pass-
ngo from Honolulu to drays Hnriinr,
tho American schooner Alert nrrlvd
nt the lumber port yeBterdnj.
i - r
' ' ' "liilslliiji
j "J...J1HLUI',-. 1--U JUUJ LLiLL
i . Sh.tgpiln.gtf
Tuesday, amy 3i.
Norfolk, Va., Vuncouvcr, llr. Btmr.,
Wednesday, Juno 1.
Kauai ports W, O. Hall, stmr
Hawaii iwrti Ka Mil, schr., a. in.
Hawaii jKirts Cascado, stnir., n. m.
VESSEla -TO ARRIVE
Hawaii via Maul ports Clnudlno,
Friday, June 3,
Manila via Nagasaki, Sherman, U.
8. A. T.
Ban. Francisco Sierra, O. 8. S.
Hongkong and Japan ports Nippon
Mnru, T. K. K. S. 8.
Kona and. Kau ports Mauna I-o.i,
WANTS PLEBISCITE ON
, PLANTATION STOBES'l
Editor Evening Iliillc.tln:
This plebiscite business appeals to
me. Now that wo hao tho prlncl
pie established, and the possibility
of forcing Prohibition upon the pco.
plo, but not on tho planters. Is
thrown open to us, I see nn oppor
tunity for cnrrjlng another Import
ant mnttor to Congress and getting
an expression of tho citizens of Ha
wall on It.
I refer to tha plantations being In
tho merchandise business,
Now, I ttm not absolutely decided
whether tho Independent Btorckecp
er or tho planter Is right In tho pres
ent controversy that Is on In con
nection with the ptl'o of tho neces
sities of life, but I u m certain that
the "company store" has been tho
snurco of many a hard-fought bnttlo
In the Interests ot the people on tho
i feci quite certain that, we could
get a very strong presentation of the
qvIIe of tho plantntflon company storo
from such men as La Folletto of tin
Senate mid, Murdock of U19 House.
These, men stand for the Independent
rights of the "people.
Consequently I huvo ou Idea that.
Congress would not ltw' with ex
trcmo disapproval a plsbtsclto on
thn subject of tha company store-li
Iho Territory ol Hawaii.'
I believe as much harm, Is done
through tho degrcdatlon ot labor as
Is over nccompllfhcd, through strong
drink. And since the Prohibition
ists nro wilting to submit their
hobby to the pcop)c, it seems to ,nn
that the president ot the Prohibi
tion League, who is, I undcrstnnd, a
plantation man, should be wlUlDg.tO
submit the matter of the company
or plantation store to tho people
Let tho pepnle vote ,ou whether
they upprove of the plantations con
ducting nlercautllo establishments,.
' Let the plebiscite principle pre
vail In nil matters of wldo Interest
and serious Import. LAIlOIt.
Juno 1, 1910.
Throe Chinese, Wong Chqw, Wpn
Lock, and Au Sing werp today before
juagp cooper in tho criminal court
charged with assault with a weatton
dangerous to life.
Tho trial Is by Jury nnd a recess
wni declared durhig thq forenoon so
that tho Coiirt npd Jury could go t-j
a Chinese .thentro and look o,vqr tbo
sccno of. tbo crlnve,
Tho nllegod. assault was committed
upon ono Wong Kuni on Alrl 9, As
there, are a argo number ot witnesses
to bo examined tho caso will probably
last for three days. Cathcart Is In
charBOjIof tho prosecution nnd Peter
son and Anarpwsa nro employed on
Acting Secretary Armltago hai
called n meeting ,ot'the subscribers
ot the Itonuuna Oil Company's stock
in iu omce tomorrow ufternoon. The
few company wlU, be organized nnjil
tho work of dqvolopment go ahead
tho U amount necessary to enab)e
proceeding with, tho work rHvlUK
been subscribed, .. ,
David. Ks Sherwood hns been an-
noinion iouty, uniton states mar
khnl by Marshal Hendry nnd today
'took the, oath oLoluce,
Mr. 8herood has been an employee
in mo uurcau or uonyoyapecs ror the
past five years where, ho has won an
enviable reputation and ho takes to
Jils now position tho well wishes of
all his former associates.
. ... 1 Km.ll '( TT7T, r
'For Pale" cards at Bulletin,
Tom CnrpcntPr Plastering, cement
wniU of nil klpd.;" pldijwnlks n
sperlailJ;, Lowest po-.4iblo prlcnj,
nesidefire, 12340' Hnima Pl'aco,
Tiicsdaj-, Mny 31, I
' Onvlotar-Falls of Clyde, Am. Bp.
p. m j. f
Kauai ports Nocau, stirm, 5 p. inf
Kauai ports Klnau, Btmr., 5 p. m. j
San Fianclsco Hawaii, Am. yacht,
2 p. m.
' Molokai nnd Maul ports Mlkahata,
' Hn'wa''pSr'ts-lalanl, slmr. p nt.
I" VESBEts'TO DEPART" " ',
' Thursday, June 2.
Kauai ports Maul, stmr., S p. m.
Wednesday, June 1. '
Kaannpall, Mnhukona, nnd Kannl
haa Cascade, stmr., 6 p. m. :
Honnkan and Kukulhaclo Llkellkc,
stmr., G p. m.
Friday, June 3. .
Hawaii via Maul ports Clnudlno,
ttmr., S p. m, ,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Lou,
Per stmr. Kcouhnu. from Kauai
ports, Juno 1. W. H. Stewart, Jlov.
j W. 8. Short, St, ltogge. M. F. Nor.llir,
Dr. filacer, V. Okltl, Mrs. Ojcno.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
May 31. J, W. Ncal, Mrs. Ncal, W. O.
Irwin, It. Ivcrs, Mrs. Putman, Miss
Stewnrt, Miss Iturbank, J, II. Moragnu,
F. M. Payne. O. T. Orelg. A. II. nice. ,
W. O. Franklin, Mrs. Franklin, II. W.
Kimball. J. W. Cathcart.
Per stpir. Mlkahnla, for Maul and
Molokni ports. May 31. It. Lewie, Jul
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Clnudlno, for Maul nnd
Hawaii ports, Juno 3. M, Hnlaina,
Kopela, Chas. Ollllland, F. Franks,
Tan Kcc, Manuel Ilodrlguez.
Per stmr Mauna I.oa. for Kona nnd
Kau 1101 Is, June 3. W. Kapeko, J, Kn
peko, M. Lindsay Johnson, K, May, T
May, Miss Hind (2), A, W. Carter.
James Html, Mrs. Hind, Mrs. flreen
baugh, O, Dertlcman, Deo. Campbell,
Miss Dawson, Mrs. A, K. Maranda, K.
lo'wanc. Oco. Hcwett, Jr., Miss T.
I m WATERFRONT, rOTtv,
ACqonniNO TO lttost advlc.es, re
ceived at tho local ngeney of thn
American-Haw allan li tie,' the, freighter
Mexican with New York cargo via
Tehuantepec, 8nn Fropclsco and Ptiget
Sound ports should nrrlvo at this port
on Saturday morning. The Mexican
Is now steaming down from Soattlo
nnd will upon arrival hero bo ghen
a quick dispatch to Hawaiian Istnnd
ports to gather up IHO usual consign
ments of sugar.
TUB MAUI will tako tho Kauai run
covered by tho steamer W. O. Hall a;
tho next trip. The Hall haj gone to
the marine railway for ho, regular
pioanng, repainting, and general over
hauling. The Kauai liner wilt bo' put
In first class condition and it Is ex
pected that tho Hall A lit bo ready 'for
sca.by tho last ot tho week. Tho Maul
sails for the Garden Island tomorrow
nfternoon at 6 ojclocl .
CASTLE & COOKIC, the local ngJnts
for the Matson. NavU&tlon. frelgber,
Hyadcs, haye.bcon advised of the pcob
nblo sailing of that vi'sscl from Spat
t'lo on Juno 9th. Tho vessel Is bring
lnggcnerl. merchandise and, suppjloa
front San, Francisco nnd will take, on
further shipments at f uget Sound. do3
lined for Honolulu.. Tho Hytulen
should arrive hcrp on or nbout Jtiuo
18, according ta present schclulc.
'.POUT A.LEN is tho IsbI port! nf
call of tho American-Hawaiian, frolghl-or-
Virginian, prior to the. sailing, of
lhat essel for ftallnn Cruz Thn VI r-
Klnin loaded a largo consignment? of
sugar at Honolulu, Knliiilui mid Illlo.
Tho rteamcr Is scheduled to sail from
tho Kauai jiort )n Saturday.
Till! LITTLE Island schooher Kn
Moi'wns an urrlvol from Hawaii ports
this morning. Tho vessel brought gen
eral island products,
TH 15 SAILING of tho steamer Llke-
llko foe Honokaa end Kukulhaela Is
announced for G o,'tlock this evening.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
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WEWCAS.TLB-nAmveit May 30: 8 8.
Lymerlc, henco. May 9- I
BAN FHANpiaqO Balled June 1:1
J- 8, Lurllno, for1 Honolulu. J
HAN- I'HANClsgQ Arrived Mny at:
Ilk, Annlo, Johnson, hence May 1.
VCTQIUA-T-Arrived Juno 1: 8.1 8.
Manuka, hence May 26, ,
OKOHAMA-Salled June 1; S. S,
Siberia, fpr Honolulu,
PORT. TOWNBUND ArrlYCd Juno 1:
Sch. Admiral, from Kahulul May 17.
RU88IANS MAY COME
DY NIPPON MARU
It Is understood that a number 'of
Russian Immigrants may arrive at Ho-
poUilu by theTpyo .KIbcii Kalsha 'liner
Nippon Merit, Tho, vossol has not let
come Into, ton?)! with Knhitkti Btatlon
through wireless,-, , '
The rosflpUs hilnKlng oiMtal mr-
go to the amount of throe htiridfoil
tons ror thlsrport.
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