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iwbnwo flotterm, ndNoLtftt). t. n.. fwdat, junb 3, uio.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Rate Croix 17th Degree.
Oceanic Second Dcnree.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
Order aro cordially tnltpl to
ittend meeting nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. nail
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 51""".. "
EKEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F,
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. r. Hall, Fort Streot.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mcoti every first and third Frl
day evening at 7:30 In K. i( r. Hall,
corner Fort and Berotanla, Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. a
HONOLULU LODOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
- Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets In tholr bull, on King
Btrcet, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothors are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. 1). DOUOHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets evory first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
(Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
idlally Invited to attend.
P. H1UUINS, Sachem.
: E. V. TODl), C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretaula and Fort streets.'
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY LODOE NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
OHall, cor. Fort and Borctanla. Visit-
MiliK uruiiierr curumuy iuyivcu wj v
H. A. TAYLOR. C. 0.
V! K A. J.MUUBUM, IV, II. .
ll l!ic various sundries
such as Developing Trays,
Kcalcs, Tankq Hydrometers,,
Grnduatinfr Glasses, Hypo
Boxes, Drying Racks, etc.,
AND NOV REAL.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
FILMS AND -CAMERAS
EXTENSIVE shipbuilding npern-
i tlnns are now In progress In tho
kllendlxson compnny'H rhlp ynfils nl
iFBlrhavBii, and ovm thing point to
lit 'busy summer In shipbuilding clr-
BiTuunncs play trump card
(Contihntd from Hit 1)
was laid awaj- at tho clly and county
morgue by Iho Yc(o of Mayor Fern,
there worn oppositionists who bollevcd
'that the mcasuro was onco and for all
Mlmo consigned to (ho tomb of the
."Down and Oui Club."
j 8uch Ih appVrcntly not tho cine
The matter wai resurrected through
the Introduction of a petition bear
ting generous slgnnluros, which has
t been circulated by Mr. Oilman and
i others Interested In the Warren Broth
ers brand of pacment.
Oilman was present as an Interest
cd Spectator at last night's meeting of
tho Clly and County .Fathers,
Qulnn Introduced the petition with
out comment The document was
road, the names carefully scrutinized
and tho document accepted and laid
on the table for future, consideration.
Tho proixwltlon to pavn Fort street
was passed by a vote of four against
three. Major Fern's veto hns thrown
the matter back upon tho tender mer
cies of tho Board again. To pass tho
orlglnnl ordlnanco over the Mayor's
veto will require one additional vote;.
Hcretofora Members Aylctt, Ahla and
McClcllan have maintained a Bolld
front against the paving of Fort street
with any sort of material upon tho
grounds (hat the city could not afford
tho expense at this time.
To pass tho ordlnanco will require
the vnto ot one of these men. It Is
believed that the Intent of the petition
as presented last night Is tc permit of
a loophole for a change of opinion and
vote of cither Aylctt, Alila or McClel
lan. Tho last named member of tho Board
has declared that ho continues to take
a stand against tho pavement, not;
withstanding the receipt of tho peti
tion from tho merchants.
It Is believed that If the Warren
Brothers finally secure n contract for
paving Fort street It will be through
tho additions! vole of cither Mombc.r
ylult or Ah'u.
If these Supervisors continue to
stand by their original objections, then
it Is more than probable that the bit
ullthlc pcoplo will attempt to Intro
duce another ordinance with somo
"To His Honor the Mayor and Mem.
bcrs ot tho Board ot Supervisors
of tho City and County of Jlono
lulu. "Ocntlcracn: Tho recent rapid
growth of Honolulu, and tho Indica
tions that' It will from now on grow
moro rapidly than over, make tho ques
tion of a proper payemont for tho
streets of the city ono ot the utmost
"It has been demonstrated lhat ma
cadam surfaco, whllo a good cno In
the country districts and where (ravel
Is light. Is entirely insulted for the
heavy traffic of tho city, as It wears
out rapidly and Is muddy whoever It
"It Is evident, that, as a, matter of
economy, cleanliness and health, a
moro permanent and cleanly typo of
pavemont must be adopted.
"Such a pavement will erst more In
the first Instance; but, In tho long run
will bo tho most economical.
Recently two types ot pavement
havo been laid on Queen street; the
ono consisting of asphaltum on a con
crvte bed,: the other consisting of
wood block pavement on concrete
"Both of these (ypoa of pavement
have, lqng been used In tho United
States with varying success.
"In splto ot tho fact thnt such forms
of pavement havo long been In use.
tho form known as 'bltullthlc' pave
ment has recently secured strong com
mendation from road experts and has,
against competition of other forma ol
pavement, been Adopted by a large
number of municipalities.
"A proposition to put In a test sec
tlon ot bltullthlc pavement In Hono
lulu has, been beforo your Honorable
Body for somo time, so that both you
and tho community aro fairly familiar
with tho, arguments for and agalnsi It
"Tho Supremo Court has decided
that a contract can bo mado to Install
tho proposed section of pavement with
out calling for, tenders; and a majority
ot tho Board has voted to make the
"Tho ordlnanco specifically .directing
tho test to bo madn has been passed
by a majority of the Board and vetoed
by the Mayor on the solo ground that
thoro Is not money enough to warrant
"It Is manifest from Inspection that
Foit streot must at an early dato bo
reconstructed with somo matorlalat a
largo cost. It Is also manifest that
tho additional cost ot bltullthlc pave
ment over macadam or othor form's of
pavement wll( not bo very great, for
the limited area proposed to be paved,
and wo respectfully urge that from thot
tunas, available, (or tne general roaa
work of Honolulu, enough bo dovoted
to giving a full test to bltullthlc pavo-
ment at tho earliest possible dato, so
that, wo may havo donnlto personal
knowledge of which Is the best pave
mont to bo adopted for the business
streets of Honolulu.
"Wo further respectful! ask that.
In view oi tho urgent necessities' ot the
situation, the Mayor may withdraw
his veto or that the ordlnanco In ques.
tlon may be adopted If the veto Is not
"If the veto Is neither withdrawn
nor tho ordinance passed over the veto,
wo then ask that the expenditure may
be made out of the funds avanaoie in
Iho general appropriation for tho roads
of Honolulu for tho rornlng six months.
"We bollevo thnt tho action on your
part hereby asked nil! meet tho hearty
support and approval of tho comrmnv
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore.
7-Soated Auto tor hlro. Phone 199
Jamos Baker, Young Hotel Stand..
Embroidered ttousa'caus and lancy
needlework. Mrs. II, Bell, 162 Hotel
Order BOda water from the Arctic,
Lelthead and Woodward, 1263 Miller
It you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage tako' It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen 8t.
For auos at 13 per hour within
city limits call up Bchn.tphoncJ. Flno
cars, good sen Ice.
1 Wo treat you well, and our bar ser
vice and appointments aro the belt
In Honolulu. The Fashion, Hotel near
Sabura, against whom an Indict
ment was found by tho Orand Jury
for 'rape, appeared this morning In
the criminal court for arraignment.
Plea was reserved.
Today tho testimony of Ocorge L.
Alexander in the case ot Alexander
vs. Whitney & Marsh, Ltd., was re
ceived by mail from San Francisco,
having been taken Leforo Commis
sioner John D. Glsh' Tho suit was
brought In 1902 for the recovery of
$1926.12 alleged to be due on notes
given by Whitney ,A Mnrsh to F. D.
Greany and by him Indorsed over to
No licenses will be granted any
prlvato persons for, use of the water at
the resorvo at Pupukea or any other
government reserve until the whole
community to be supplied gets togcth
cr In an association.
Speaking of this matter this morn
Ing Superintendent Campbell stated
that he was In favor of a mutual asso
ciation such as Is In force upon land
of tho United States reclamation sor-
vlco, and that the water and land are
not to be separated.
All tho pcoplo on land which Is to
be supplied from any ono reserve
should get together and form an asso
ciation to develop the water supply,
charging enough for tho service on
each pleco of property to meet tho
running expenses, those of Installation
and to rctlro bonds Issued, should
thero be any.
In caso a person soils his land and
moves away his Interest In tho water
system goes to the purchaser ot tho
land and he can not keep the Intorest
himself after be releases his land In
terest. "Public servants can be relief on
moro than private ones." "tlowj"
'They never quit." Cleveland
The fool and his monoy keeps lots
of people from' being honest. Tur
ners Falls Reporter.
Ity as a whole, as It certainly docs
ours. Wo remain, respectfully yours.
J. P. Cooko, John Waterhouso, E. D.
Tunney, B. F. Dillingham, II. O. Dil
lingham, J. L, Fleming, A. W. Van
Valkcnburg, R. W. Atkinson, Oco. P.
Dcnlbon, J. O. Woollcy, R. J. Bucbly,
W. J. Forbes, Oco, Lucas, Wade War
ren Thayor, It O. Stackable, J. K.
Brown, J, B. Gibson, John W. Short,
E. E. Miller, Wm. Lucas, John Walker,
John Lucas, J, J. Carden, Oco. 0.
Guild, M. Phillips, M. Phillips & Co., I,
DubcnBteln & Co., J, C. Abel, J. M.
Dowsett, F. O. Richardson, H. A. Arm
Itago, H. C. Carter, 0. Arthur Mackin
tosh, H. T. Hayaelden, F. F. Fcrnan-
des, C. A. Wldomann, B. M. Campbell,
Oco. Lycurgus, J. M. McLean, F, E.
Stoere, Edwin Bennor, Jas. U McLean,
A. M. McBrydo, V. M. Olffard. F. B,
McStocker, Wm. Henry, Sidney Bat
lou, M, F, Prosscr, Elmer E. Paxton,
John Guild, S. A. Baldwin. T. II. Pcl
rle, 0. C. Cowan, J. H. Drow, F. II.
Armstrong, J. F. Drown, P. C. Jones,
A. Lewis, Jr., R. A. Coqke, t B. Dam
on, E, R. Stackablo, Paul Muhlendorf,
C. H. Cooke, Hiram Kolomoku, Sam
uol W. Spencor, T. Cllvo Davlcs, W. H,
Balrd. J. W. Waldron, F. P. Mclntyro,
0. E. Schaofor, B, M. Damon, JameB L,
Cockburn, A. W. T. Bottomley, George
H. Watorhouae, J. O. Carter, Samuel
T. Chilllngwprth, J. S. Martin, A. It,
Mossraan, Frank J, KTUger, Vrank S.
Dodgo, W. C. Amana, E. F. Bishop, J.
O. Young, II. M. Whitney, J. F. John
son, Fred L. Waldron, Chas. S. Desky,
Robt. W. Shingle. J. D. Mclncrny, W.
A. Love, Albert F. Judd, W, C. Achl,
W. K, Belllna, A. N. Campbell, Albert,
Waterhouse, Olaf Orusted, Hawaiian
Trust Company, Limited, S. A. Walker,
M. P. Robinson, C. J .Falk J. Unger,
H, W, Adams, W, V: Adims, flbb. B.
Curtis, P. W Wood, P. A. Swift. Man
ufacturers Shoe Company, B Sammons,
Holllstor Drug Company, T, O. Thrum.
J. Cooper, Tho Clarion, A. Rosenberg,
M. E. Covington, E. O. Hall & Bon,
Limited, Chambers Drug Company,
Fltipatrlck Brotbor. R. William War.
ham, Llm Chlng,. C. Carlo, i Levy,
Chas. Brewer Estate, Club StableB,
Geo. H. Paul, M, R. Counter, II. H.
Williams, A. Blom, W. Beakbane, Par
isian Art, Company, L. A. Thurston, N.
8. Sachs Dry 'Ooods Company, Ben
son. Bmlllt & Co.. II. F. Wlchmnn &
Co.', Hp;iry May & Co,, II. F. Ehlerf
& Co., J udil Building Company, Llm
Datod, Honolulu, Juno 1, 1910.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
WE HAVEWITH US
AT THE VOtiNOj.
Friday, June 3.
S. B. Marston and wife, Pasadena;
Miss M. A. Ryan, Ban Francisco; Mrs
E. F. Berger, Palo Alto; J. C. Cohen
and wife, Ban Francisco; Mi O. Stow.
art, El Paso; Owen P. White. El Paso;
Wm. B. Schrader, Olaa; Mrs. J. C.
Brady, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. M. B.
Coombs, S. S. Sierra.
Tuesday, May 31.
Samuel Parker, city: J. II, Jones,
city; J. L, Ahem, U. S. Thetis; F. O.
Friday, June 3.
M. Jongcnlcl, Wnhtawa; P. F. Pom
eroy and wife, Manitoba; ,E. It. Mar
riott, San Francisco; C. D. Miller, San
Francisco; Mrs. O. Weaver, San IVan
Cisco; Mrs. M. Cronnn, San Fran
cisco; A. Wfc Patt(son, Pontlac, Mich.
Tuesday, May 31,
J. J. Dowllng, Hcola.
(Continued from Pare 1.)
Referring to tho allegations mado
by Qulnn at the mcctlnc of tho law.
makers held' on May 17th, Wilson pre
sented a statement bofore tho board
last evening and among other things
. Juno 1st, 1910,
To tho Honorable Mayor, and tho
Board of Supervisors.
Oentlcmcn; 1 respectfully submit
herewith a statement and explanation
ot the several transactions of this De
partment which was brought to tho
attention of your Honorable Board at
Its last meeting on the 17th ulL
Mr. John C. Lano claimed that It
was agreed to 'by former Road Su
pervisor Sam Johnson, that In return
for right of way granted to this De
partment, that a stipulated number of
wagon loads of earth, at different pe
riods' wcro to bo deposited on Mr.
Lano's land, during Mr. Sam John
son's and Mr. Cummlng's Incumbency
as far as I can ascertain, the afore-
Bald agreoment vkas not carried out.,tcrs of Kamchamcha, to bi glvm at
recently Mr. Lano addressed mo on, tho Kamchamcha School for noys to
the subject, but i-giild not produce . morrow evening,
any documentary evldcnco to sustain As Is customary on nil such octa
his contention, I thoroforo did not feci ons. tho graduates and non-graduates
Justified In acknowledging any vor-.of the Kamohamcha Schools will ba
bal arrangements mado by my pre
As to tho purchase of now wagons
I beg to rcfor you to your Commltlco
report No. 117 and dated April 2nd,
1909 In whlcli I am duly authorlxed
to purchase two now wagons each
ruonjh, stneo which period I havo only
had a few charged to this Department,
In connection with this I may statu
that In ono caso I purchased a now
Road Cart for 165.00 In order to avoid
a repair bill estimated at (90.00.
With regard to animals purchasod,
which wero a very reafonablo rato,
and' which wero needed for road work,
I discussed this matter with Supervi
sor Qulnn during the latter part of
last year, and my suggestions met
it has long been tho custom of this
Department to rent Road Rollers, and
othor Machinery when not required for
use by tho Government, to prlvato .par
ties who aro responsible for all pobsl
bio damage, and as no previous objec
tion was mado by your Honorable
Board, under theso circumstances I
rented tho Alewa Crusher to a res
ponsible Company and did not nntlcl-
pato any Opposition thorotO. I haVOt.loflr. It U nrnoeleil Ihnl Ihn evenlne
been Instructed by your Honorable wll bo pleasantly spont by thoso who
Board to koop all, machinery In goodWi be fortunnto enough to hold tho
wormiiK oruer, see v;ouiuiiin.-u ri'iwn
no, in unaer date or pru znu. vjvj,
a stca,m roller required two now
wheels which had to bo specially ob
tained, and I endeavored to ascertain
an estlraato of tho cost, but could notjIcnce of president Home, who h
get figures, which on completion ot
tho work I found In excess of what
I had expected.
A good competent Quarry Luna can
many cam 14.00 per diem, ami i.
employed Mr. J. Nell at Nuuanu Quar
ry at tho samo rato, who has already
materially reduced expenses at this
point ' " '
On Sunday night preceding tho 30th
ulL In anticipation of Memorial Day
I detailed a number of men to clean
up tho streets, wh'lch work was com.
pletcd about 3 oclock a, nl. on the
30th ult, after the force had disband
ed, and roturned to their homes, a
heavy rainfall took place, I reassem
bled tho working' force at a little be
foro 10 a. m. and acting under pre
vious Instructions from your Honor
ablo Board, placed sand,on all tho va
rious crossings. I trlod without suc
cess to obtain outside assistance, oth
erwise the crossings would, bavq re
ceived' attention very much earlier,
1 respectfully submit all of tho
aforegoing explanations and details. In
order (hat your Honorable Board will
recognize that I am acting In conform
ity with Instructions Issued, and not
attempting to arrogate to myself, any
unusual authority put doing all possl -
bio iinder pxIstlnglrnimRlanees, nnd
porforrrilng my duties with fidelity,
dlllguncn and economy." '"' '
DULLETIN AD3. PAY-
ON WORLD CRUISE
The Portuguese colon of Hono-
lulu apparently turned out en masse
at tho sailing of the trim little
crultor San Gabriel at noon today.
Tho naval wharf pfescuted a gay
nnd picturesque nppcaranco Just be
foro the Portuguese war vessel cast
oft her Hues, preparatory to resum
ing her long round-the-world voy.
nge, which will ocntually termi
nate at Lisbon tho first part of the
Tho San Gabriel "will first touch
nl Yokahama after leaving hero.
From thero (ho vessel will call at
various ports along the Japancsoand
China const, then to tho Philip
pines, tho Btralts Settlements, on to
tho Indian peninsula and the Mala
bar coast, South Africa, and finally
Tho vessol hns visited n mynbor
of Hawaiian ports. She has bcon
In these waters for tho past three
weeks. Tho reception accorded tho
officers and men has been cordial In
the extreme. Beforo loavlng for
Japan, tho Portuguese residents of
tho city presented a largo four-foot
photograph nf tho entire group ot
officers and. guests (taken at the
Pearl Harbor picnic last month, A
handsomo silver-mounted calabash
made of native wood is also among
tho pretty trophies bestowed upon
tho San Gabriel officers by their
couiitrymcn, of .this city. ,
KMHaMFHA I IIAII
Arrangements havo boon perfected
by the commltteo for an ilaborato
annual dinner for Iho sons nml ilmieh.
present to renew their acquaintance:'
and to further cement their frlundl
relations, which hae bound them
slnco tho school days. Somo of the
country district Kamchamahus havo
already como Into town preparatory
to attending tho luau, which Is bo
Ing prepared by tho commissary com
mlttoo, ot which Supervisor Wm. Ahla
From tho Islands havo also como a
tow of tho boys to bo present at the
school. Tho dining room of tho man
ual department, whero tho luau will
bo Bproad tomorrow evening, will be
appropriately decorated by tho school
boys, who havo gone up to tho moun
tains to get tl leaves and other groens
usually employed .on such occasions,
Among tho Invited guests for It Is
nn Invitational affair will bo tho trus
tees ot tho Echools and other promi
nent pcoplo. Tho program will con
sist ot singing, short addresses from
tho membors of different classes, serv
ing of refreshments and genernl hand
shaking. Tho luau will bo discussed at ft
o'clock by tho guests, who aro re
quested to present their cards at the
Tho annual dinner, which generally
brings all tho Kamehamehas together,
In a reunion. Is always observed by
tho faculty of tho schools. In tho ab-
gone to the statos on business, Mr.
Thompson, tho vice principal, will
havo full charco of tho luau affairs.
1 0nco tho guests aro Boated tho alumni
will look'after tho i
In a letter from Prince Kublo, Iho
Delegate to Congress, Mrs. Center has
been advised that her son will soon
becomo a cadot at the Annapolis Na
val Academy, Kuhlo has written t'i
Mrs. Center, as, follows; '
My Dear Mrs. Center: I take pleas
uro In advising you that your son has
Successfully passed tho examination
for entrance to the Nayal Academy
and as Robert Purvis, his principal,
has failed In bis physical examina
tion, your son will therefore be ad-
mlttcd to the Academy about July 1st
. ...- . k...L. .
i msii iu cuuKraiuiaie you on your ropo anil uo uiaios. no is an Ol
son's excellent showing and I am very I fleer of the Imperial Japanese army
(Kian mai nis amuuion mai no snoiuu
enfor tho Nny seonm Id n way to be
Very truly yours,
J. K. KALANIANAOLE,
. Delegate to Congress,
ARRIVED f I DEPARTED ,
Thursday, Juno 2.
Hawaii ports Kauai, utmr., 4 p. m.
Friday, June 3.
Ga lota Marlon Chllcott, Am. bp"
j Ban Francisco Sierra, O, 8. S., 7:30
I Manila via Nagasaki. Sherman. U.
a Ai T 8 m ,
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Friday, June 3.
Hongkong and Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Sunday, June 6.
, Hongkong via Japan ports Her
cules, Nor stmr.
riECAUSE tho Osaka ShoscnKal-
sha cut the through rato on silk
from $6 to 15 per 100 pounds, the
other transpacific lines which are
members of tho Transpacific TrufTtc
Bureau havo followed suit. This
rale applies from Japanoso ports to
New York, and of tho through rate
tho steamship lines get only their
proportionate rate share. Tho rato
of 16 has been In effect for several
years, but during freight wars In.
tho past'the rato has bcon as low ns
$3. The action of (he Osaka Shn
sen KaUha camo nB a surprlso to
tho members of the bureau and ,ley
tost llttlo time In meeting tho cut.
Tho Osaka Shosen Knlsha docs noC
belong to the bureau for cast-bound
freight and wa thcreforo at liberty
to cut rates. Tho now Japancso
lino Joined tho west-bound traffic
bureau last 5 car, and on cargo mov
ing to (bo Orient Its schedules aro
tho samo as those of other lines.
Tho cast-bound traffic bureaus, of
which there are two, with head
quarters at Hongkong nnd Yoko
hama, rcrpr lively, establish rates
on through freight from tho Orient
tp Interior points In tho United
States. In the opinion of shipping
men It Is not believed that thero
will ba further changes In freights
at present unlets tho lines outside
of tho concern nttempt further re
IN SEATTLE shipping circles In.
tercst Is growing In the slow race
betwocn the British barks Klldal-
ton nnd'Altnora, now long overdue
from Europ'e to Pugot Sound. As
no tidings havo boen received from
cither vessel for over six months.
comdorable anxHly , is exprctf.ed
over their non-arrival. There Is n
possibility that both vessels may
havo found It difficult at the Horn,
and after unsuccessful attempts to
make tho Pacific via tho Horn have
put back by way of tho Capo of
Good Hope. Even If this Is tho case
both aro making unusually slow
THE AMERICAN schooner Expan
sion sailed tor llllo this morning. The
vessel will tako on a shipment cf
hardwood railway tics at tho Hawaii
THE AMERICAN oil tanker Marlon
Chllcott was an arrival from tho Cali
fornia coast this muYnlng. -Tho vosbc!
brought a full shipment of fuel oil.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, June 3,
SEATTLE Arrived June 2: 8. 8. Mis
sourlan, from San Francisco.
H1LO Arrived May 27: Sch. O. W,
Watson, from Grays Harbor.
B. 8. Nippon Maru. will arrlvo front
Yokohama at 5 p. m,
Malls are oue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Juno 3.
San Francisco Per Sierra, June 3.
Colonies Per Marama, Juno 21.
Vancouver Per Manuka, June 25.
Malls will depart for the followlns
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Tonyo Maru, Juno 7.
Colonies Per Manuka, Juno 25.
San Francisco Per Nippon Maru,
Vancouverr-Pcr Mararoa,i June 21.
HERE ON JUNE 27
His Royal Highness Prince Hlro,
yasu, son ot General Prince Fu
Bhlml, who passed through hero
years ago on, his way to the States,
will arrive on the Toyo Klsen Kaf
sha Nippon Maru from Ban Fran
clscp pn tho 27th. Inst, This cable-
nqws wuh received today by Consul-
Oenernl Uyono from San Francisco.
Young Prince Fushlml U return
ing to Japan after visiting In Ku
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and Is a graduate of the Peers' Col
lego In Tokln. During his short
slnv hero ha will' ho enlertnineil by
'For Balo" cards at- Bullotln.
Thursday, Jurio 2.
Kauai ports Maul, stmr., 6 i. m.
Hawaii ports Helene, stmr., 4 p. m.
Friday, June 3.
Japan ports on cruise aan uaunci.
Port, cruiser, 9 n. m. '
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Lon,
pugat sound Expansion, Am. Bchr.,
VESSELS TO DEPART
Friday, June 3.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., 5 p. nt.
San Francisco Sheridan, U. 8. A. T.
6 p. m.
Saturday, June 4.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 3,
Per U. 8. A. T. Sherman, from Ma
nila via Nagasaki, Juno 3- For Hono
lulu; Scvcnty-flvo marines, two ser
vants. Through: Col. Edwin II. Bol
ton. Mrs. Bolton, Lleut.-Col. William
Lasslter, Mrs. Lassltcr, Capt. Guy II.
B, Smith, Mrs. Smith and child, Capt.
John 8. Swltxcr, Mrs. Swifter and
2 children, 1st Lieut. Josoph C. Br.vly,
Mrs. Brady, 1st Lieut. J. do Cai.Mji
Hall, Mrs. do Camp Hall, 1st Lieut.
Charles Abel, 1st Lieut. Clydo B. Cm
san. 1st Lieut. John Scott, Chaplain
John F. Chonowcth, 1st Llout. Albert
Hardman. 1st Llout Reginald II. Kel-
ley, 2d Llout. Robert Hewitt. Mrs.
Howltt, Miss Auger, '2d' Lieut. William
8. WcekB, 2d Lieut. Walter F. L.
Hartlgsn, Mrs. Hartlgan, Mrs. P. M.
Elder. 2d Lieut. William E. Belby, 2d
Lieut. Edward C. Taylor, 2d Lieut.
John II. Muncaaler, 2d Lieut. Carl C.
Oakos, 2d Lieut. Charles T. Grl.mth.
2d Llout. Oeorgo W, C. Whiting, 2d
Lieut. Raymond D. Smith, Col. Wm. P.
Evans, Vernon Evans, Lleut.-Col. John
B. Mallory. Comd'r. L. 8. Van Duxer,
Mrs. Van Duicr, MaJ. Jero D. Clayton.
Mrs. Clayton. Miss A. M. Trotter,'
Cant. Jcsso M. Baker, Capt. F. C.
'Johnson, Cnpt. C. H. Connor, Capt, W.
M. Smart, Mrs. Bmart and child, uapt.
James E. Normoylc, Mrs. Normoylo,
Miss Normoylo, Capt. Leo B Purccll,
Mrs. Purcell and child, 1st Lieut, Fred
crick 8. Young. Mrs", young and 2
children, 1st Lieut. Carl' R. Von dom
Bussche, Mrs. Von dom Busscho ami
2 children, 1st Lieut. Benjamin B. War
ringer, 1st- Llout. C. H.' Cecil. Mrs.
Cecil. Master Cecil, 1st Lieut Homer
N. Proston, 2d Lieut William F. Pear
son. C. W. B. Deckor, Oco. H. Healy.
J. M. Rhodes. C. M. Early, J. F, Kccr
nnt F. T. McEncny, Oeorgo C. Par
sons. A. J. Pono. Frank Hurt. Mrs.
Hurt Hermann A. Hawkins, Mrs.
Hawkins and 3 children, K. Pickering,
Walter B. Taylor, W. B, Harris. Miss
A. A, Btarblrd. Mrs. A. U Parmertcr.
Mrs. W. P. Chamberlain. Mrs. Deny
and child. Mrs. Tynor Bristol, Mrs. R.
8, A. Dougherty and Infant, Mrs. J.
P, Brewster, 1st Lt. Charlos T. Duln,
Mrs Dulln and son, Mrs. John 8. Lam
bl'o, Charles C. Coleman, Mrs. J. E.
Klrtland, Miss Klrtland; Victor II.
Per O. 8. 8. Sierra, from San Fran
cisco, Juno 3 For Honolulu: Mrs. L.
E. Arnaud, Miss J. M. Baker, Mrs. E.
F. Berger, E. Bishop. J. B. Blake, Mrs.
M rtrtinn Mm. tC. Phanea Mrs. A.VM.
Chlsktt, Miss Marguerlto Ciarko, Mlsa
Margaret Crclghlon, Mrs. u. r. uock
rofL Miss Thoda S. Cockroft. Miss
Cbarlotto M. Cockroft, J. C. Cohen, '
Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. M. Cronan, MIbs
Haicl Davis, Miss M. Draycur, A. J.
Falrweathor, Mrs. Falrweathcr, Dr.
Qlaxlcr, Mrs. Glazier and child, Miss
II. Henry, Mrs. Clara E. Hughes; 8.
F. Hunt, Loland Huntington. Mrs. W.
D. Huntington, Miss M. Hussey, Mrs.
C. J. Irwin, F. W. Klein, Miss Anna
Knclst, C. D. Lufkln, Jas. LyBaght.
Mrs. A. McDowell, J. A. McRao, Miss
Ethel Marlon, E. R. Marriott, S. II.
Marston, Mrs. Marston, E. C. Meeker,
q. D, Miner, Miss Viola .Mutch, Harry
E. Myers, E. Nolson, Mrs. Nelson, A.
W- Pattlson, Geo. H. Robertson, Miss
M. A. Ryan, W, B. Bcbrader, Mrs. E.
L. Smith and child, J. 8pltier, Mrs.
Spltior, P. II. Stott, Mrs. Martlm
Townscnd, A. ,K- Vlerra, Miss Graco
Walthman, Mrs. O. Weayer, Miss
Knthcrlne Wolfenden, Mrs. A. A',
Youps, threo children and maid. Miss
Irene Young. N. B. Young, J.. ' A.
Young, C. P. Whlto. E. W. Stuart, Wm.
Wcllcr. Peter Peacock, M. Dugan, 8.
Por stmr Mauna' Loa. for Kona and
Kau iiorls, Juno 3. W. Kapeko, J. Ka
poko, M. Lindsay Johnson, K. May, T.
May, Miss Hind (2). A. W. Carter,
James Hind, Mrs. Hind, Mrs, Green
baiigh. O. Bertloman,Goo. Campbell,
Miss Dawson, Mrs.'A.K. Maranda, K.
lowane. Goo. Howott, ,Jr., Mss V.
Per stmr, Claudlnolor Maui and
Hawaii 'ports, Juno 3. M. Halama.
Kopols, Chas. Ollllland, F, Franks,
Tan Keo, Manuel Rodriguez.
THE" UNITED BTATE8 army trans
port Sherman will sail for Ban Fran
cisco nt.fi o'clock HilH evening, The
veR3el Is taking a number of nrmv
officers and enlisted men to the main
land. Tho Sherman will cany the