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nyENfjfO BCV-ET', HO?fOT..TV7, T. H.. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, I?10.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Roe Croix 17th Degree.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All vlslllng members of the
Order are cordially Invited! to
Meml meeting of lorai lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
' MARINE ENGINEERS 0th Ao'
BENEFICIAL A$SnSIATIOh riatiom cor
HABMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7: SO In I. 0. O. r. Hall, Fort Street.
E. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Orapd.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first ami third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Uorotnuln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. I'. HEINE, K. It. a
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. U.
Elks, meets In tholr hall, on Kin.;
Streot. near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec
SAWAIIANIttBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend! 3
P. HIGOINS; Sachem.
E. V, TODD. C. of KT
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd ond 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. It RILEY, V. P.
VM. 0. McCOY. Sco.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO.'
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON. K. R. S
All the various sundries
rich ts Developing ,Trays,
!l:ales, Tankrj Hydrometers,
'Graduating Glasses, Hypo
Boxes, Drying Backs, etc.,
AND NOW REAL.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
ANSCO , -FILMS
THE BRITISH freighter Tymorlc
which finished thp discharge of a ship
ment ot Australian cqal at this port
nnd sailed for Nowcattlo, N, S. W. 6n.
May 9, nrrlYpd, at tho Australian port
vu last Tuesday'. "" "
Having wnliol for twenty-five
jje.irs Id udeliiate the mining nf n
Porlugueim waislilp, Consul-General
iC'anav.irio lant evening closed the
lutig lift nf festivities In honor of
tliti Portuguese. ritilMT San Gabriel
'and lid uflKcrs with n linmiitet The
function wait perfo t In every detnl',
i well ordefed, representative, and
I marked by :i cordially most fitting
Over flftv guests, Includli.g the of
flclals nnd leading Clllrehs. wero In-
lteil lo the nrfilr They were
greeted In tlie pirlors hf tho Youtti?
.Hotel lis Consul (leneral Cannvarro
I nnd Captain Ilastlno, lommander of
.tho San (liibrl.'l The dinner was
iBtnni 111 IIIU u uuiui-i mill ui iwy
hotel, that had been most exquisite
,lj piepared The labln deroratlon
wero In trd 6n the -wails tho ftn'gJ
tof Amerlui and Portugal wero en
-... .1 ... l.n 1... ..i...... It n 1 I . I I. n
twined, nnd In rear of the guest of
honor was n magnificent floral pleco
in white n ml purple Mirroundlng a
photograph nf the king of Portugal.
The first toast cf the ccnlng was
proposed by Consul-General Cnn.x
arro "The President" Tho mm'
pliment was returned by Governor
Frear, who proposed tho hcalh of
"The King of Portugal "
Consul General Cnnavarro made r
short but very effective speech, to
which Commander Plnto-llnMd re
sponded briefly and cqrillally.
Consul Canavarrn said:
"We have been waiting for o'i
for the past 'tvvent)five ears. In
the nieiutlme. In Hawaii, children
have been born to fluY Portuguese)
and, at last, the children of Uesc
children have the pleasure ftf .seeing
the San Gabriel. We forgive joi'i
"Captain, ou have seen wltn
what effusion the officers and sailors
have been greeted by thousand's of
our countrjmen wherever the crnli
cr has passed. Undoubledl thope-.
sonaltty of the officers ncrounts In
part for this: but other reasons con
tribute powerfully to the enthusiasm
of this reception.
"To all of us, tho cmb'ems In tho
flag fl)lng over the Snn Gabriel rep
resent and revive tho traditions ot
that European nation, whoso Odjs-
Bey of discoveries nnd conquests hat
never been equalled; the nation that
was one ot the most brilliant and
far-reaching factors in accelerating
the march of progress which tins 'cul
minated In the present magnificent
condition ot the civilized world, "
"To our minds through this flag
are brought back the heroic deeds
of those men who, with Indomitable
courago, sailing In rudo vessel
through unknown seas, nfter an en
tiro fleet had been lost In the first
attempt, doubled the Cape of Good
Hops,- discovered and tettled there,
ln.jn.dla having to fight, thousand.!
of miles from their country', the
warlike Mussulman and Mongol, An I
not satisfied with this, thty started
n triumphal mnrih through all the
Orient as far ap China nnd Java and
established the first Christian mis"
"In Ab)sslnta, In Aden, In Mas
cate, In the Persian On If, In nil tho
western coasts ot India, In Ceylon,
In Tho Malajslan Straits, In Java and
China, everywhere In the Orient,
where In many places the natlvei
still, after so many centuries, speak
the old Portuguese language, ore
stilt seen today the ancient fort
resses, monuments of our pa.it
"These things riaturally nre not
new to us. We begin to learn them
as soon us vie begin to talk. Hut It
Is well to recall them, especially In
tho countries ot this side of tho
world, where, with tile usual 8U
p'erb Indifference of youth1, they show
such a disregard for tho past. Is It
n'ot opportune to recall that Colum
bus himself. If he did discover Amer
lea. had to learn In Portugal tho
way It could bo done?
"The older I grow the more In
t'enso has grown my admiration for
that historical epoch, for Its won
derful results on tho general prog
rces of tho world; and also for the
men who so nobly gave their lives
for (he glory of their country and
ror the good ot Humanity.
"What men! What splendid men
I think ill at some ot them, like
Alphonso d'Albuqu'erque, St. Francis
Several hundred of the, latest! and
best Victor phonograph recordB,
nt one half original cost, uuaran
teed good ns.new. May be tried
nut on our Auxetophnne at any
tlmo between pluy hours. Apply
Art Theater (Ualley & I.ivvsoiO
llrooch, at Pawaa Junction. Call at
79 Merchant street, between U
and 1, and prove property tu.d pay,
fur ad 4C3S-U
Indl's back comb,, betweenPalama
and tqwn. Return to Woman's
Exchange and receive roard.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
. it goes without saying that every
thing la Best at Tho Encore. '-
7'Ucated Autp for hire. Phone 199
James tinker. Young Hotel Stand.
Embroidered tiousseaus and toncy
needlework. Mrt. 11. Bell, 162 Hotel
Order soda water from the Arctlri
Lollhoad nnd Woodward", 1263 Mllqf
w,Ifyou want a good Job done on an
auto or cnrrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
Dime brides! Start right by 'lifting
Centennial's Rest Flour. Sold by
Henry' May A. Co , distributors, phone
Honolulu Photo Supply Co". Is now
fully stocked with all thu various print
Ing nhd dovoloplug accessories needed
by the nmntciir photographer.
If you placo jour order for wood or
coal with the Union-Pacific Transfer
Co.. telephone 68, on will get tho best
quality nf fuel, full weight or measure
and prompt delivery.
To encourage early bujlng noU Sat
urday the Sachs Dry Goods Co. offers
some very tempting bargains for Sat
urday morning Sec nd In this Issue.
Storo doses at 1 o'clock.
The first weekly" dance bt tho Rojal
Academy of Dancing will lit given this
oyenlng In Odd Follow' hnll Several
liundied cards granting neademy pri
vileges to the holders hnvo been mail
ed out during tho wpek nnd n. large
ctoyvM Is expected to be prexent,
AT ALAKEA WHARF
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
will inovo Into their new quarters ut
Alakea Wharf In tlmo to reeelvo tho
passcngera arriving here tomorrow af
ternoon or evening by the Japanc-io
liner Nlrpon Maru.
Assistant Secretary Will Cooper has
secured sufficient furntturo anil fix
tures tn meet tho present requirements
of the new wharf ofllre. and reception
Superintendent of Public Works
Campbell has assigned a sulto ot
rooms on the gallery floor to tho pro
MAGAZINE STORY OF
Sunset Magazlno will soon publish
an Illustrated and comprehenslvo artl
do Uon Hawaiian coffco, from the
pen. of Jesse H. nuffman, tho news
paper correspondent and writer who
sotno months ago visited the stands
In tho Interest of his string ot public
Iluffum Is now temporarily locnted at
Garden City, Kansas. lie has wilttcn
tho promotion committee sklng for
sultahlo half tones nnd also data for
other articles dealing with Island re
it n tt it u n n n n :: a u rt a
Xavler and Don Juan, de Castro real
ized In their lives tho Ideal ot tho
superman, now proposed to us as a
model by some of tho modern philos
ophers. Not. however. In tha'solflsh
nnu inuivmuaiisiic conception oi mo
.......... '- .. Mitt
they tench u, but, on the contrary,
In the brodder altruistic nnd hu.
manttarlan direction. In fact, tho
spirit of goodness and justice mani
fested by those men towards the na
tives of tho countries they occupied
have been unsurpassed. This Is so
true that even to'iiay, after centuflo,
on Ua anniversary ot the death of
Alphonso ft' Albuquerque, bonfires. are
ligiitca in many places in me (wcji
coast pf India, in respect to tho
memory df the grea't and Just vice
roy of whbnl, ntier JiIb death, the
Mussulman kings, whom 'he had
fought In many battles, saldf 'Al
buquerque Is not dead; ho lias sim
ply gone to command the armies ol
God In heaven,' ,'
"And also, even today, the temple
where the body ot St, Francis Is ex
posed Is visited by thousands of In
dians, ivhpt cciung, from, the far
thest regions' of Iudln, although non
Christian, leavo, Jifst as their chris
tian brothers do, 'their offerings hear
the Barc6phagus. Such' Is thefr'rev
erenco for that saint, tho worthy
companion ot the conquerors.
"Iteally, (hose were, t)ie tlrrien
when knlghjhood was 'In flower!
The times when the fathers wodtd
promise to their bojs thnt, It they
behaved yell, and to behave well
meant to fight ten against one hun
dred, 'that they would Wm them
knights on tho. Mount Slnal and
they were armed.
"Captan, these are a few of ihj
tacts, representing centuries ot our
history,, thnt the presence of j, tho
San Gabriel has revived In our mem
orles and' In our heartB1. I
'A laBt reqWs't bt yoi? nnd jyoifr
officers? Captain, jou lire now ac
quainted with the picturesque J ,1 til -wa'llan
custom nf adorning 'depart
Ing' friends with lelS. These, In our
iase, will syriibolfze more than ;i
loving farewell tho San Gabriel
will hi full of lets. Keep some on
board. Keep them till jou reacH
the Capo of Good Hope, and then, ,lu
the name ot tho Portuguese ot Hu.
wall, throw them overboard, to thu
memory of tjmeo heroic sailors who
thero lost their lives,
"I believe tl)at in this world not
a gesture, not a sound, not a thought
Is lost. i
"They will see you, They will
hear(you." ',' " ' Ah
' ' City transfer Co..'
EIKUAGES IN s;;.
,U, S.'.. , I r V
A flro has been oallng Ih way
through n largo portion of the five
thoiiinnd tons nf Australian coal.j
uroiiRin io nonniiiiii on lasi naiuriuy
by the llrltlsh freighter Heatluleuc.
Dcspllo efforts made last night and
early this morning towards checking
the progress of Iho combustion going
on within the hold of tho Drltlih ves
sel, tho names continued to smoulder.
Tons of Boa water nro now gnlnitlnto
the heap ot burning fuel. It Is being
supplied by powerful pumps from the
Mnts'on tug Intrepid nnd nlno on tho
Captain Tlppctt stntc.1 that he flrt
noted the proscpro of fire In the Aus
trallan coat sonin dayB before tho
steamer arrived at Honolulu. Ho took
every precaution to gunrd ngalnst Its
spreading. Tbc hatches wero closely
battened down. Ills officers and men
wero! constantly on tho wntth for n
rising temperature. ,
Yesterday, work of discharging the
shipment of coal had to bo abandoned.
It Is hoped that tho Are will be tin
dcr sufficient control this evening lo
permit tho pumping out of the surplus
water nnd allow for n resumption of
work of removing Jhe cargo.
MOLL JOINS .-
Albort J. Arroll, who will bo re
membered as representing a well
known San I'raiu Ikco hotel during
the visit of the second Clarke excur
sion party at lloi.oltilu, has Joined
the ranks of the boosters for Ha
Ho has nollfcd Asslsta'nt Secrc.
tary Cooper of tho Promotion Com
mittee that ha has succeeded in get
ting" a full page of dcscrlptlvo nnd
boost material Into tho Sunday edi
tion or the Salt I.ako (Utah) Trib
une of recent date, v .
Arroll Is not associated with tho
Western Hotel' Men's Protective As
sociation, and his duties bring him
In rloso touch with practically all
tho cities of any Importance west ot
the MIsslKslppl Illver.
A party of from eight to ten boys,
students at tho Humbolt, High School
of St, Paul, .Minnesota, may visit tho
Hawaiian Islands during the latter
part of August or tho first of Septem
ber under tho chaporonago of Profes
sor E. I-aiigo.
Assistant Secretary Cooper of tho
Promotion Commltteo lias received n
letter from the SL Paul school faculty
making Inquiries concerning rates at
hotels and particular stress has been
laid upon Information regarding a stdo
trip to tho Volcano. ,
It Is the Intention o tako the lui'is
over n goodly portion of the Island
during tho month or six weeks that
tho party cxpcct..tp remain n Hawaii
HAWAIIAN imp FOR
Thero Is a Yoftn,d4trfi' io the Ha
waiian Islands In store for some
sweet girl gfadtiato of flanford.'Cal.;
at tho clobe of an exciting newspa
per contest novV.'' bejng' waged
through the columns ot tho Hanfo'rd
Publisher Dewey lias hotlflcit the
local promotion Interests that out
of eight trips to various points of
Interest, one ot tho prizewinners
will be sent to Hawaii.
He states that arrangements nro
fast being completed tor the euro
and entortalnment of tho winner.
Tho contest commdAccd to sllr up
Hanford circles the' first part' of
May, and tho lucky contestants will
know of the result by June 2Sf when
tho prizes Willi lis nwrfrdo'd. The
Hanford paper Is running fconsuTef
a'ble matter concerning Honolulu ami
the Islands in general, Mijfy of the
promotion literature. Is aoconlpanle
by Illustrations. . '
Yesterday a. number of Japaneso
witnesses arrived from Hllotto testify
in tho Sato caso lieforo'the Tederal
The caso was set fdr trial last
month but was tiostponed for several
weeks and next Saturday Iho date of
thd trial will bo set by JUdgo Uoliert-
Sato was mixed up In somo money
orcjer frauds, at Hllo.
jrjV'FoV Sale" cards at Bulletin.
MANY TO APPEAL
IIH.O, May SO. Tho tax nppeal
board li to meet between June. I nnd
Juno 21), mid from pienriit Indle.i-
tlnlis It would see.u at If Mere
would this year ho cnntldorubln for
It In (b), as nppealft nfo expected
from several plantation. Tho lilt
mnkua Mill appeals from an assess
ment of tl(2rirt,nno, iho fnnin ns
last jear,' having-mado a return'for
$900,000. ihe Wnlakea Mill Co. Is
nlsnr expected lo npfloal from fin as
fpssment nf ?1,-fiO,fi(iO,)ho name ns
last je.tr, ris ugnlnH a return oi
11,112,600. Tho Laupahnchbo 8ug
nr Co. will ii I ho nppeal, It wnft as
Lessed nt JKIiO.OOO, whlrh Is u rnlse
of $100,000 nicr tho assessment of
last yeai, nnd lint made n return fur
$750,000. In tlm caso of tho .lu
ll! plantation, In Kohala, nn nppeal
Is probable. In this caso tho assess
ment lg $400,000, n raise of $iip,000
over that of last ear, whereas the
plantation hna made a return for
$300,000. An nppeal piay nlso be
inndo by tho Itnwl plantation, where
the ,a"ssessmont la $"p0,000, n raise
of ,$inr),00n over Ino asstessment of
last j ear, Tho return was for $C00.
000. An nppeal Is nlso expected
from John Magulrc of Kona.
The tax appeal bcardsfnr this Is
land have not its jel licet) nppointed,
but It seems nrobahlo (hat Iho mom
ticrshlp" of tho board on. this side w)l!
bo the same an before, Including
Messrs. llarnnn, McKay and nnniil.
STOCKS ARE DULL -POTATIONS
t i ' .
According to tho record of tho Stock
Exchnngo the conditions In tho finan
cial center nro ns quiet as over. Two
sales wero reported on tho board to
day, representing an ndvanco of Drew,
ery stock to 13.75 and tho transfer of
seven shares of Mclirydc at 6,
Between boards Bales-were not' more
exciting. Twelvo thousand dollars
worth of Mclirydc, Kauai Hallway nnd
Hllo Hallway bonds wero sold at the
prevailing figures. '
Eighteen shares or Kcknha sold at
200 and Oahu sold at tho ruling rato
Quotations on tho stock shcot re
main about the same. Inter-Island
shows a slump of 105 bid but this Is
not very Impresslvo except ns appeal
ing to bo somo sort of a monkey
slil no. when tho record" of tho "asked"
Is 122.50 nnd none for' ealo nt that.
The fact Is that thero Is very llttlo
bidding for stocks and tho business Is
Must mm mis
A. M. Calirlnna nnd J. G, Scrra, do
ing business at Hllo under tho firm
name of Cabrlnha & Company, nro tho
defendants in a suit brought by Tan
huliser Hut .Company of Portland to
recover'9Ii.7S, die on goods bought.
Tho complaint states that tho coaat
Ann shipped to tho Hllo company last
August a bill of hals thu total valuo
of which was $1741.78. Nothing wits
paid on this bill from tho dato of sale
until April 30, l.iBt. when $800 was
According to tho complaint tho Hllo
company has bocn asked sqvcral times
for tho amount of tho bill but only $800
has been received and they rofuso to
pay more, ,
Complainants' nsli Judgment In the
amount of tho bill, Interest, and costs
of tho suit. k
IN AfiDITlbtf to tlxtecn .hundred
sacks of sugar, tho Inter-Island atenrn
er Claudlno brought, 40 sacks charcoal,
22 cords wood, 55 hogs, and 215 pack
ages mimlrk'H upon arrival from Ha
waii and Maul ports this morning. Tho
vessel met wltli fine weather on tho
j TRANSPORT sERyipe
.. - ! IJMil'l II I I
DfxTarrlved at Seattle May 14
I""in, arrived at San Francisco May
Sherman, sailed f roin, Manlfa'( May'l,
snennan saueu rrom iioiioiuiu ior
Malls are cue at Honolulu from
points an follows: ) :
Yokohama Per 'Nippon JIafu, June' 3.
San Francisco Per Sierra, June 3.
Colonies Per" Marama,,Jim'o. 21.-'
Vatjcouvcr Per Manuka, Juno 25.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows;
Yokohama Per Tenyo Maru, June 7.
Colonies Per Manuka, Juno 25.
San Francisco Per Nippon Maru.
Juno 4. '
Vancouver ,Pcr.JMarania,Juna 21,
Inter-Island and O Ri & V shipping
hnnVa fnrr ualn nt 1ta II n I I a I I n
offlcoj COv'each, - v
Thursday, Junn 2.
llawalt nnd Maul ports Clnudlito,
slmr, n. m
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, June 3
Manila vlu Nagasaki, Sheridan It.
S. A. T.
San rtanclsco Sierra, O, S. S.
Hongkong nnd Japan portsNippon
Mum, T. K. K. S. S: ,
Kona nnd Kan ports Manna Ixia,
slmr. . "
THE NionWKOIAN freighter Her
cules In expected to nnlvo nt Hono
lulu on Sunday from Hongkong and
Japanese portx with a general cargo
amounting to about six hundred tons.
Tho vessel comet to tho Agency of II.
Hacttfcld & Company Tha Hercules
Is one of several steamers oporaled
on Iho Portland-Asiatic run. Sho Is
understood rh covering tho same 'run
as iho freighters ltvgln and SeIJa,
which hnvo frequenlly visited this
port, Thp iferculPH U a vecsel of 2431
net tons register nhd has been In com
mission for about jievcn'ycars.
ON Oil AllOtIT C o'ejock, tomorrow
evening Is the iimd set for the arrival
of tho Toyo Klsen Knlshn liner Nippon
Mani from 'tho Orient. A wifeless re
ceived from tho steamer last evening
gave her onltlort ns 700 mllos off tho
iprt. All well on board. Tho liner Is
bringing n few lnvovor passengers and
nbiiiit three hundred tout general car
go' II. Haclifeld ft'CiimpanywlII gve
tho Nippon Maru a prompt dispatch
to SAn FrTihclsco and she" may get
away for tho coast on Saturday 'noon.
THE UNITED STATES transport
Logan will sail June A for Manila.
Sho will eairy a heavy cargo of com
missary cnods nnd several hundred
(nsiials. Major Hanson, who has
been serving as qu.irterntaster-rap-tain
mi tho l.ngnn'fnr Bevnrnl trlpi,
has been promoted to a majorshlp ot
the Eighth Infantry, Presidio of
Monterey, nnd will bo relieved b
Captain. Abbott of tho Artillery
Corps, who Is to tako charge of tho
Logan on her trip. .
NEAUI.Y ONE hundred first class
passengers had besn booked nt San
Francisco for passage to Honolulu by
tho Oceanic steamship Sierra at the
tlmo of departure, of tho last mall. It
was considered more than likely that
an additional fifty applications for pas
sag9 would bo enrolled before the ves
sel sailed for the Islands. Tho Sierra
Is duo to nrrlvo here at daylight to
morrow morning. She will tlo tip at
Iho Oceanic dock. ,
NO MORE will tho feitlvo and ener
geUc mulo or horso dlsflpiro Iho
main deck's of '(hq Matson stcatrior Wll
hollnlnn, r-t, loast 'while tho'vetaef lb
steaming' down from San Fran'clscb
Tho W'llhfclmlnn 'began tho service an
a' carrier of livestock as well as pas
sengers hut It Is claimed that the bus
iness proved objectlonablo and It la
claimed that In Juiurd tho Bteamer
wlll be used for passengers and freight.
TlfE nitST SIIIPMIJNT of pig
iron from Chlha"for the Western
Steel Company's Bmeltcr at Irondale,
on Pugct Sound, under tho big con
tract recently1 entered Into between
Herbert E, Law and associates and
the Chlf.eso owners ot tho Immense
deposits In the Flowery Kingdom,
arrived In tho steamer Ilesslo Dol
lar. It amounts to 1000 tons.
TWENTY-FIVE passengers .can be
accommodated t In tho Pacific Mall
stoamcr Siberia when that vessel sails
for San Francisco on ior about Juno
11. The" Siberia has sailed from Yo
kohama, Japan, anil should arrlvo fieri1
on next Friday. Tho vessel Is bring
ing a thousand tons of oriental cargo
for Honolulu, according to a cablo e
celved at the local agency of H. Hack,
feld & Company.
THE AMERICAN schooner Expaij
slon, which arrived here on May 19,
from Fort Dragg. with a full shipment
ot lumber, is ready for sea add It U
tho Intention of Captain Jacobson to
sail for Hllo this afternoon. Tho ves
scl goes to tho Dig Island to tako on
a .consignment of hardwood railway
THE THREE-WEEKLY sailings
ot.tho Empress llhqra between Vic
toria, nu C, and tho Orient were, re
sumed with tlie sailing of tho Em
press of japan outward a fow days'
agovTurough'out (h? winter .rnontji
ly saUJfigfe have' lien tho rule, find
now tile accelerated simim'er service
Is to prevail. '
THE SIERRA, from San Francisco
may nrrlvo off tho port early tomorrow
morning according to tho calculation!,
of C. Brewer and Company her agents.
An.i;rror In the recent wireless nits
sago 1s belle veil posslblo when (ho
steamer's position last evening was
reported at COO miles off th'o port,
THE UNITED STATES, army frans
port Sherman from Manila via Janan
ports, iuo to nrrlvo hero tomorrow may
possiuiysnow up on me port in tho
morning. J ' v ' '
Wednesday, Juno 1.
Ocean Isldnd Rokeby, Ilr. slmr.,
Hawaii ports Cnwado,, stmri, 0
Hawaii ports Llkellke, slmr,, 6
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
, 'Thursday, June 2.
Kauai ports Muni, stmr., 6 p. m.
' Friday, JUne 3.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlno,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Kona nnd Kali ports Manna I.na,
Mnir.i noon. ,
Saturday, June 4.
Snn Francisco Sherldnn. II. S. A. T.
Han Frnnclscu-J Nippon" Maru, T. K.
K. S. S ,
Per stmr, Mauna Loa. or Kona and-
Kau ports, Juno 3. W. Knpeko, J. Kn
peko, M, Lindsay Johnson, IC. May, T.
May, 'Miss Hind (2), A. W. Carter,
Jnnies Hind, ..Mrs. HJnd, Mrs. Gfeen
bdugh, G. licrlleman. .(teo, Campbell,
Miss Dawson, .Mrs. A. K. Maranda, K.
Iownhe, Geo. Hcwett, Jr., Miss V.
Kaae. t v
Per stmr. ulaudlno, far Maul and
HuWall iHirts, Juno '3.M. Hnlama,
Kopela. Chas. 'Gllllland F. Franks,
Tan Kcc, Manuel Rodriguez.
PA8SEN3ER3 ARRIVED- (
Per stmr. Claudlnn.Jroru Hawaii and
Maul polls, Juno 2. J, Mncantay, Mm.
Maenutay, J. .Mattsonr J. GlchnMrs.
J'. P. Cvtoko. .Hss Mnsscy, Mrs. J. Hod
son, Mrs. M. O. Corroa, r. O. Correa.
Miss L. Doilrlclc, Mrs. E. Cohgdon, Phil
Coelho, Miss Meier, C. 11. Wells, Mrs.
Wells, Mrs. J C, Ixncnzcn, Miss As
plnwnll. Rdv. W. Ault, Mlsa E., Rrlet
hor. Mrs. R. Williams, J. H. Kaliarr.
Rev. I.. Kroll, II. P, Y. Ashburn. A. A.
Ashburn, A1. V. Nlcbi'. It. Thompson.
THE JRANSP.ORT .lltiford. aftor
being thoroughly overhauled and fit
ted up nt San Francisco, lg(Bchcjiiled
to sail for Alaska about Juno 20
with two years' supply ot provisions.
She will stop at Seattle, where sho
will pick up tho Sixteenth Infantry
for, Alaska. Tho .twenty-second In
fantry there will "be relieved. Captain-Quartermaster.
Ui.lted States Infantry,-; Js detailed
on the Duford'R northern trip.
A WIREI.ES8 received nst evening
from tho Oceanlo steamship Sierra
gives that vessel's position n G2f
miles off tho iort s.fcamlhg' th'rough
modcrato northerly winds nnd smooth
THE ARRIVAL of tho fast llttlo
bark Annla Johnson at San Francisco
Is reported. 'The, vessel covered tho
distance1 between Honolulu, nn'd San
Francisco In soventcen days.
THE CANADIAN-AUSTRAL1AN lin
er Manuka, from AWtrallnn ports by
tho vVay of Suva and Honolulu, Is re
ported ns having arrlve'd lit Victoria
SAILING rnOMtKahuluI on May 11,
tho American schooner Admiral lo hal
last lb reported tp havo arrived at Port
Townscn'd yesterdaV. A ! '
PtTR8ER KlHLlNa of tha steamer
Claudlno reports tho schooner a. W.
Watson discharging lumber at Hllo on
Monday lasL , ' '
THE AMERICAN schooner Dorealls
and tho AmerjcariVHawallan freighter
Vlrglnlnrt we're reported nt' Kahultil
yoBtcrday,1 ' v '
)mIN FOREIGN PORT
SAN FRANCISCO SallcdMuno l: S-
S. Hyailosfo'f' Seattle;1
PORT TOWNSEMd Xfirived Juno 1 :
Sch, All'c'rf CookCi. hJn'co May 7.
i' nii-rn''g,i i
' tolIce; CtitiifJOTlripS
E. , Kahookanaha wis charge J with
tho 'larceny ot'eSmo 'shWt'A' df' galvan
ized 'lion. IW'-n'as .fcfeffde'd' if ,I.con
M. Stfainis, 'w'ho" iiri,fn"'hfou5h hl
client, ITiat tliolcon tliaJwis supposed
to havo bee stolen hailboon bought
at Haekfold's' b'y tho defendant.
Attcfnicy Harrison ancared, for Mc
Candlcssi who illei?eii that tho' lr u
wan stolen from his housj, which wan
formerly occupied by Kahook.apaho,
Tho court on bclrfg shown receipts for
money paid 'for the'lron In (pieBtloiu
discharged tho accused without u' stain
on his charicter,?1' ' ' I
Clint los Hubert, who was conMl'.tod
ot selling' booz'o at his billiard parlor
nt lwllcl. -and vvhrCha(f appoalcdifrnm
judgo Atidrado'f) scntonco nf $150'fliio,
niiuititim' inn uiijivui, Willi 1IUV1I1K U0
caso lo-opc'ncrt, hnl tfio flno reduced
George Lca'ch objects to his wlfo'bo
Ing too affectlonato towards sallom
who VIbU tho iort, and fin-was arrest,
ed yesterday for having threatened, o
btat her up. In fact thb ch&rgo laid
this iuornlng a( th'6 Pollco Court was
of assa'ult and battery on Ills" wife.
Judge Andrado declde'd to pasa a s'us-
tpendcd serlten'co ot thirteen rnonthn
, nrtd warned tho aefemjantjta bo caro
ful. ' ' ' "' J V 4