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EVEtfTO TSWJPFy, E0M0J.TOT7, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE C, 1?10.
' Hawaiian Stated.
' Honolulu Third Degree
t Honolulu Commandery Regu
t lar 6 p. m.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of tn
Order ore cordially Invited to
Mtend meting n( lorai lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
MARINE ENGINEERS A".
KNEFICIAL ASSaQIAT10K. ilations cor-
HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets oery Monday evening at
7:20 In I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street,
.' E. It. HENDIIY, Secretary.
i 11. U. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
4 All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
:' Meets every first and third 'Fri
day evening at 7:30 in K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
VM. JONES, C. C.
:J 0. F. HEINE, K. R. a
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0, E,
r Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, n. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Iln
Street, near Kort, every Friday oven;
ibg. Visiting Brothers are cordlall)
Invited to attend,
j JAS. D. DOUOHEIITY, E. R.
i GEO. T. KLUEQDL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. H.
. Meets every first and third Thurs-
liays of each month at Knights of
'Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
jj P. IIIOQINS, Sachem, z.
, a. v. iuuu, u. oi it. - .
"HONOLULU AEBIE 140. P. 0."E.
'. Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month t
:7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
'Ueretanla and Fort streets,
Visiting Eagles are Invited to atr
i W. II. IHLEY, W. P
1 ,WM. C. McCOY. Sep.
McKINLEY LODOE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd und 4th Saturda
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend, II. A TAYLOR, C. C.
E A JACOI1SON, K, R S
All the various sundries
such as Developing Trays,
'hales, TankrA Hydrometers,
Graduating Glasses, Hypo
Boxes, Drying Backs, etc.,
AND NOW REAbf
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
YE ARTS A1P CRAFTS SHOP
Fort below ICintr Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
New military rapes .rlPt) of
abides at iSiV, $I1.M) and 1 f-h nt
Dirt will rklililixi when Pan Kt
Ilnna lit around II I Hip best cleans
er for clotnt-s nr licors A' n" Kr"
The Owl Cigar Is made In llio old
fashioned straight, II, IlghlH freely,
gives a rue ilralight, and In the mojit
sensible tdiapp to smoke
l (let (i free snmplo of Johnson's
shaving cre.ini from Itenson, Hniltli 4
Co, Ltd., at III corner of Fort and
lintel It lit Hip Iwitl slitting iirl iV-
, arntlon known
If oii want beautiful floors and
, wlsli to Imp flicm bountiful uso Elas
tic.! Floor Flnlrh Thifi Hiiporlor fin
Inh In sold hy l.eweis & Cooe, Ltd.
1177 8 King street.
I Ever iniiomolillo owner rhould
Hini ii ronv of llomnns' "Self Pro
pelled Vehicles " It contains every
thing an atitolst oifghi to know, )i at
A l iVIIt-'IKII re. .ii, it-fuji ..... .
Yon can gpt Hip best grndo of coal
at n low prlco If yon order from tho
. ti i.i. . p. r. iiuib dtpnai
I Honolulu Construction anil urn)ing
, Co., Queen strict next lo Ihn Inter-
Island Co.'n ottlep. Telephone) 281.
(5o to Halelwn for the summer. The
rates are low mid tho attractions ar
led. (lucsts arfl In communication
with the city hy telephone lit all
limes and with tho outsldo world hy
Complete slock of the celebrated
Yawman & Krho sectional Ming canl
nets carried hy Hawaiian News Cc.
Alexander Young llldg. Tho finest
Hi stem for any kind of business. In
-"Every business liouso tnat delivers
goods should look Into tho merits of
tho Orabojuilty truck. This Is tin
doubtedlytho, finest (ruck triadc It
Is sold bVlLonoluIil Power Wagon Co
Tif which W1 M. Minion Is manager.
- IS Di' ABEYANCE
President Waldron of tho Mer
chants' Assoclajion Is Inclined to be
lieve mat mo BRiinuon in conncciion
with the action of the Hawaiian Plan
tors' Association In authorising the
sale of the necessities for the planta
tton laborers nt cost "will die a nat
ural death." This Is also the sent!
ment that Is being reflected by tho
majority of tho Association member
ship and there Is little prospect that
tho stirring differences of opinion
that-promised to develop will now ap
Tho'samc result Is expected to ac
company the consideration of the
amendment now iiendlug In Congress
referring tp the Imposition of tho re
gulations of tho Ihtcrstato Commerce
commission to (ho' traffic schedules of
the Interlsland Steam Navigation
Company. These two questions, It
iwaB thought, would produco extended
discussion-, beforo the Association
committed Itself as far as Its public
expression of Its opinion was con
Whl'e the store question has not
been formally dropped as yet, the
fears for the Independent storekeep
ers when the order of the Hawaiian
Planters' ABtoclatlon wna first pro.
mulgated have died out to tle ac
companiment of conviction (hat the
Independent will not be so badly off
after all or. In any event, waft
awhile and see just' how badly off he
really Is , t
TWO SAILING RACES
. nn i
Yesterday tho wren sailing raco
was brought off In tbo harbor, and the
Sea Mow won out from the Oalloplng
Mary. The winner aovercd tho cours'o
ii, uiiu uui. i"i imiiuiira uiiu iiiiui-ji
seconds. Tho Galloping Mary was
three minutes and ten seconds behind
the Mew unci the 'raco was, a good
The Macfarlano cup rnco was also
sailed off and only two yachts start
cd In tho ovent, Tho Maggie went
I over tho course In flue style, and 'as
the Malle returned to tho harbor after
rounding the Moana Hotel mark, she
hud tho raco nil to herself. Tho
waves were high and tlo wind was
blowing very strong' during tho race
and tho Magglo behaved beautifully.
Archlo Robertson 'and Charles Dun
kaso acted as Judges and they went
out on the Kulamanu II.
Romalu Mendex, persistent failure
to connect vithhls Job or any other
persuit thai savored or honest toll
caused his undoing Ho was gathered
wlfliln tho folds of tho police drag
net last night and booked upon tho
l register nt tho City Hotel us p a
1 He was called before tho pollcu
court tribunal this morning and many
uncomplimentary charges were tiled
ngalnst the namo of Mendez. He litis
been before tho court on other oc-
caslons and In this Dartlcular Instance
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Judgo Andrade assessed a rmy day
sentence at the Iwilel hive of Indus,
l LOCAL AND GENERAL
I ;. I- 4 -f J
It eoes without saying, that every-)
thlwi Ii fiest at Th Encore. " "
Embroidered trousseaus and faucj1
needlework. Mrs. 1L Dell, 162 Hotel
l It, sou want a good lob done on an
auto1 or carrtagn take It to Hawallau
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen 81,
Thirteen horses Are in' training for
(life Maul races, and the enfrles for
the different events cMe on June 25.
Jnlo Itodrlguei ia today granted
a divorce from hii wife Catallna on
llifl ground bt dPsertlrtn.
Libel for illvorc was flleil today1
by Vfliwalolo Koalal from his wlfo
Kahutkn alleging nbnso of himself and
Intoxication as the grounds'.
Iteglstrnr 'Lehiorf reports (Is fol
lows on deaths' by contagious dis
eases during Tflpen days ending
May 31: Tuberculosis, 6; ttphold
feVer, l) diphtheria, 1, ' ,
R. W. llolt has becn'appolntPit ad
ministrator of tho estate of Moses Ka
plloho, the order of appointment hav
ing lim mnilo today by Jpdge Rob
inson of the circuit court.
JiulKo ltolilnson today Issifcd f H
prder approving the aceounls, deten
mining me irusimnn uisiriiiuiing ma
iiRtu(o or'l'rcile'rlcK Viiidenberg. El
sie M. Wundenberg Wbh tho executrix.
This morning the order1 of Judge
Hob1oH wall Mod Itf (tfo clerk's ontto
amdill(lfig Peter C. .Nines' spe'clal ad
nllnlstrkloi1 6t, Ihe, estate of'the lato
Tfttrf Mdl Honrt for fJ5000 was fjir-
Mml'llop ijilw'lli had a! w"ork nn
his hiKirja moling which ho Intends
bringlng'bff oA'.JCnfocljahtelfa Day. Ills
liotin'oii' Ih'ilaffplf IU' bp rpiidy In
a drfy 'hr,Ao,,nri(l ,Tt Is'ftaTd to ha
K Vilfns't'liHion d 'M(V ldoclc.
ioWpnnrf'J."lerr lhroigli lier nl
lnlnAV'hle''tt;'.t '( tnnltnn' tnr IVnnli
v. v "i :r: ?n" "r v . i-."".
rorry io know qausp wny ne hiioiihi
licit be inihlsheirforconlcnlpt Of court
for failure tti nay alimony granted by
th'i c6ur't''flid'the cosjs of dtvorcp pro-
LofiWllaftlnl who was re-aVresterf n
II where0 he can Staro at Ub walls
and consider tho ( possibilities or do
ing1 die Nicola stunt. .
FranK,f)Cbmat1lio, 'aTWfdrm School
boV who, has-been missing for tho
past 'six weeks', was located jester
day bj; oflKieJs OlseA and Dcrgau. Tho
tail ivaa facen Concealed' by a resident
of Kjtlniytl'.anil ft" i's" prfssibfo that
the 'man mayXc? iirosccuied for hid
ing the' lad. f" '
Tw'o1 'JapHneab sampans are violat
ing tlicTflshW laws Inside tho harbor
day jind' nlghf. t There seems ,to bo
nofon' to1 irfft) ii slop to the llfegal
work. ' U, s''slatcd by masters of ves-
se) tnai ino'vtp sampans i irequymiy
get fn tnrf wpjr of veiiseIstiScgc'itlat
lni( the Mrbpr. ' ,r ' '
Judge; Andrade now has an office at
the. QOlfe'e Court, and the room ad
Jolnlfig"ttfe"c&dft roo'm lias i)e!n, fur
nls'hecl with t (nhc.'clialrs and boolt
caie. Tiie want of omo room was
fell For i long." time, and It Is owing
to.thp j'u'dcg's (Jfohomy that Ihd pre
sent comfortublo room Is furnished.
LawroLceV, Ekbeg, a' brother of
Mrs." II.' N Almy. proprietor of the
ArJ Theater, died In Honolulu yes
terday. He leaves surviving him
also a ' widow, mother, two sisters
and n brother In PasadonaCal, The
funernl wll take place this, after
noonat 3 o'clock from thendertak.
Ing parlors of )ty II, Wllla'ms.
Today a petition was filed for tho
probating of (ho will of Charles W.
Gray of Sun Francisco, W, O. Smith
filing t,lo petition and asking for let
ters of administration. Tho estate.
In Hawaii consists of'tno lots at Pa
lama valuecj' nt $2,u00, and personal
property amounting to $4,C3&.77. ( July
11 has, been set as tho day (fpr hcaf
Inc? iin nullttnn.
' Yeo Lung 'You, a Koroan. has boen
charged" wjth larceny of a blcjjcjo be
longing to' a boyt named Cunha.' The
hlkn wnn tnken frnm il Rhed at Clin-
ha's homo last Saturday nght. bu(
tho Korean swears tnat no nas nau
the wheel fof months. The bike has
been identified by tlid lawful owner
and the Korean will nppe'ar In codrt
tho prestnee of a eity sprlnkltr
within n block of (ho Alakea wharf
upon tho arrival of a steamer would
be muchly appreciated hf Bcbre of
Us!(ors as well as towntpebple whoso
business requires (hem to bo at the
waterfront. 'Clouds of coal ddst and
dirt filled tho alt as the passengers
from the Tenyo Maru left tho vessel
at noon today.
THIRTY HAYS Fl)? .
Tho cries of a woman ovldently.la
distress caused (bo police to, descond
upon (he homo of Joo Nuuhlwa, oii
Kallht way on Sunday night,
'Tho Hawallans was subjecting Mrs.
Nuuhfwa to one of the more or less
periodical chastisements. Tho erring
Bpouso was brought to iiollco station
and was arraigned at court this morn
Judgo Andrado did not have long
to consult Ills filing, cabinet to discov
er tho fact that Nuuhlwa had appear1
ed before him In n similar roln not
mnv monthd sen. 'For that offense
i. , . ., ,li. ., ,n
few honrK afler ho escaped from
win fjot have)' ninth more chani
Bcftlnn dvVayi "lip Is keiit In' a
. iiu iwuivcu ceil uityn, cum iiuiu iltn
Honor went ,ho toimef sontenc6 some
,JoUer nna Nmlhwq wll( servo .thirty
' days at city and connty road build-
h dlty Transfer Co. " '
IAS. H. LOVE
(Coiiilnuili "from T&th.)
u. uiey unoiirlPli, purse i
Tenjo. 'ft i
HortoluliI, wiis tinfdtliinile Ihfs
port, drew no pasncngerK. 'Ihn cn(lre
comiany will srny with the Milp.
'Tho wcalhcr was simply flno oi
thq way clown," staled Captain Ernest
nent thsTmprnlni:. , ThP Teno was
In wireless "cnmmnnlpstlnn wild ihc
"lltllo stater ship" iNlppon "Maru anil
frfeni this vessel learned that tlio
Tenyo surgpon IJr, N P Crooks who
was left nt Yokohama himptliil was
much Improved In health and would
probably rejoin (Tie Tcnjo nt tho Jri
The 'tenyo Mam nrrvPd off the port
on schedule, time. She was boarded
hy llio Qgdfantlne, Customs and Inrml-
gratlon olflCerS off Diamond Head
about ten o'clock and was up alon:
sldo tho Wharf beforo ("ho noon hour.'
Thcro'ls no cargo for Honolulu, tbo
Tcnjo being a foreign bottom, never
theless, Ihq vessel will bo held hero
until nine thirty tomorrow morning
uefpro sailing for Japanese ports and
ilongKonf, Tho passengers proceed'
Intf to the East Include. f,8 In tho sa
loon, CG in (ho second class and In
lllA D.nMnn' k ll.h.nn.. - I i.l.
Itl.i Pir.lrihll WIV- O, dUl.tll-tl, tfl lll
qvsu anil iu Hindoos.
:so nnc. iu inncioos.
Tho through cargo on board the'
Tenyo. ft a small one and consists of.
less tlinu ii hundred tons. Of this
there are n thousand biles of rotfon
for Japan. ' .
Throui-h passengers Includn r. (!.
Atwater, who Is going out to the East
to look Over business done iiy the
Urltlsh-Amerlcan .Tobacco Company,
This concern has ngencles through
T," or,lnl T " '""."' V ;"B!cn n ride by (he Japanese) ottner of
business enterprises operated by for- ,hc wat,on nm, ,at bm nar ,ho
el5n0,rf' , . . .u Oahu nower garden, an nutomohlle
C. R. Ferguson. Is to leave tho ves-l,,,,,, .,..,. , . ' ,, (hrwn
..! ll. k.l.i -.. t . .. II.. t.l
sel at Yokohama and he expressed ,
much stifprlso as well as pleasure) at
tho marked improvements found In
tho city slnco lila; last visit homo
eight months ago. Mr Ferguson rep
resents, a 'syndicate of publications
throughout the United States among
which Is the Overland Monthly. Mr.
Ferguson spent several months In Ha
wall last year. As a result of his
stay hero a number of Interesting ar-
tlcles appeared In tho magazines of
the mainland. Ho will duvoto consid
erable tltno to Japan and also tbo
Miss L. McWIlllams Is a daughter
of Special Representative McWIIllanis
of tho Oreat Northern Steamship
Coihpany In tho Far Fast, llio oiihg
lady Is returning from nn extended
visit to tho states.
The development of mines nnd min
ing Industry In Siberia Is In Its In
fancy according to tile opinion of 'C.
W. Purrlngton, 'who Is Journeying to
tho dpmain of tho Little Whlto Fath
er. Wlillo In Siberia Mr. Purrington
will inakp a rigid and thorough Inves
tigation ofttho mineral possibilities
of Siberia. J
II. O. Ilann accompanies the Pur
rlngton party to tho Fast and will
leavo the esscl at Japan ports.
OOlngouf1 lo the Orient to Join tho
American legation at ToklJ. Cant.
acorgd T. Summerlln'wlll proceed to
Tokld hnd tako up tho duties of Sec
ond Secretary at the Embassy.' He
will supcYccdo Secretary Whecfor at
that post. , ,
Returning from an Important confer
ence nt Washington, L. A, liergolz Is
proceeding tq Hongkong by tho Tonyo
nnd wlil resume his dutlep as Ame
rican uonsui ai, uijiuon. l ,
J. J. Vlncy J's an ofd China hand
who Is roturnlng from a business (trp
to tho mainland, l He s a buBfnyss
man of Shanghai. , ,
MIbs Dcllghl Rco Is a teacher of
deaf aiu duniu pupils, nl onq of tho
special schools, n't . Manjfa. ; Bno Is
roturnlng ffpm a brief va'cntio'n 'spent
In tho states. . .-,..,
It. 7suda, Is a, pronllrient Japanorfo
business man, long Identified with tho
Mitsui Ilussan Kalslia, Infcrests In tho
uricni. . v j.
T. bnbderd, who lias been to Wash
Ington attending n conference upon
Immigration matters Is returning to
TAIrtft In rnnnrf Ihn rpflllltlt of his In
viisllgatlon. 116 Is, high In tho coAsus
of tho Japanese Immigration bureau
Amomt (ho through passengers on
board the 'Tenyo Is Dr. A. R. Ward,
f'nrmerlv head of tho s'tatd hygienic
ilhrary nt Derkelcy and professor 'of
bacteriology nnd veterinary science,
Doclor Ward Is colnc lo tho Philip-
iitnou In the. eovernment servtco. Ho
will havo under him . abouk -JO vef-
In'arins, who, under ',hU direction
wiljkwage H campaign agatnst' (ho
tlnde'rist nnd surra, tWo dlseasg that
aro plaj-g' liavbo with the'callla pf
tho, arcWqelago. ;t( ,,, -,,
" Mkiti OF THANKS.
To thoso friends aricf n u 1 1 o 1 1 n
readers who so kindly helped mo se
cure thfc Yosemjle-Callfornla ttilp
awarded n l)lstrl;t jp, I wish (to give
my eluccro thanks.
19. Lopez, who Is accused 6f hav
ing assisted Imis Martini to escape
from custody, will havo to explain
,..,.( kua.wMj, !. .w .,.,,..' fall,,, l,o IH.-fl " IllUOfc BUUBl WH
matters ta.Judgu (idrado bb ho Is atjfnceds of Jitatlco bj ceposltlng ball
present under arrest warged witiifto the amount of ono hundred dol
helping MartlnL larflj .
Mnlnrcjclo olTlccr Chllto nmado a
great scoop last night when ho nr
rested .1. Johnson, who wns siieiilng
It lip to beat tho band. Chilton raced
up along sldo Johnson an 1 called on
lilm to stop. Much to Chilton's1 sur
prise thero was no mi m her on tho
car's lamps; iielfhpr wul there any
tall light nnd to cap It nil, .Inhnshtl
had no certificate ns u chauffeur.
County (Ordlnanro No. II covers, nil
these offenses and Chlllon eagerly
gathered tho offender In.
t Johnson Is tho proprietor of tho
"Owl" auto'stanil nnd has had many
years experience nt nolorlng. He,
for years ran (ho mall' Into 'Mexico
by automobile, and slnco arriving hern
hns nlwujH ignored the llonolnli'i aw
regarding Gxamlnailpn for cerllflc'ato
as n chauffeur.
Tomorrow morning Johnson will be
given . nn opportunity of explaining
how such an experienced man as ha
Is alleged to be could break so many
regulations at oncn. In .tho meantime-
Johnso , Is ' rcporlp.l jto havo made
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fitness to operate nn automobile.
TOM QUINN APPEARS
1 . , AT POLICE COURT
(Continued from Paze 1.)
bile. Tho Chinese, who appears to
be recovered from his injuries, test!
fleer to the fact that ho hud been gl
h pa,S0U(!eri, le 10nwi,rlwn
Llghtfoot cross examined ns to the
fact of thero, being nny lamp on tho
wagon, but tho Chinese was positive
nbout tho matter and stated that tho
lamp was on tho cart and nllght, too.
The state of tho. weather appeared to
causo Llghtfoot anxiety also, and ho
nlJiei.ltf iii av A ml n Ait ttin wlltihoa nt
l() whc R ,vas , , ,, rt ,,
. . h, " ,'
or wot nlcht.
At noon tho witness was still on
the stand atntstho case jhns ever
piospect of being a long drawn nut
No further eUdenco wns Inken In
the care this afternoon nnd the mat
ter was sent over till tomorrow
WHEN THE Rrltlsh freighter Van
convcr sailed from Hcmoiulu jesterday
her destination was Mllkl, Japan, th,erc
to take on a shipment of coal for Sin
gapore. Tho Vancouver brought 'he
last of the consignment of American
coal for tho local naval station. The
Honolulu navy coal ullo has been re
plenished after the Irroads mado up
on It through tho recent visitation of
vessels from tho Pdclflc Fleet. At
later dnto the United States govern
ment may consider a proposition to
store about ouo hundred thousand tons
of coal nt this port.
THE TOYO Klsen Kalsha liner
Tenyo Maru will sail for Junanesa and
Chinese, ports qt hlna thirty1 tonio
low mornlnir' Tho vessel is Icavlnc
Jitrc w'ltli fifteen ( passciigers who
uavu nooKeii iu iniH port. Jiiu iciijo
,Mnru curries 'tho Nicola Company' to
the Orient and they will make tbelr
first appearance at Yokohama.
TODAY IS. Tltn dato set for the
sailing or ino uniieil states army
transport Logari from San Franclsch.
"file vessel has been slightly delayed
In getting away from tho coast. Tho
1-cignn should arrive hero" an or about
J line 13111. i
A WIRELESS received from the-
Matsop Navigation steamer Lurllno re
ports thdt vessel as 005 miles off (ho
nort. with moderuta northeast 'wind
and sen.. " Tho liner Is expected t'o ar
rive hnrn nn Wprfniilnv
Per Jap. S. 8. Tc-flyo'MnriiT fur Jn
Iiah ports and, Hongk'ong. Charles
ilugo, 9.' Nadolne'y, Af. NIcolu. '(Wi
Nicola, Miss Sutton. Mies S. Whip
ple, Miss. E. Whlpplo, MIiw M, I,
Yoder.'fj. ii. ChUtenden, A. 0.i;l)ii'f.
man, W. l(.Rob)i60ii;Ajlhui W,
P,tt, Js Bcott., ,,tM;ilpdaH)rl.Jl r?,
Inouyo, T. Mljagl, ,fa, 1., 'ka-
MARTINI'S FR.IEND ,
. MU3T FACE TRIAL
E. Lopez, n Porto Rlcan who Is
charged with having (aldcd and nbct
ted In tliq escape of ono' Ixniis Mar
tini from an Oahu prison work gang,
fqced'Judgo Andradp at, police) court
tills mornlrig " r ' '
Lopoz' wns represented by Attorney
Leort StrahsH who asked for a con
tinuance which was granted. '
Tho defendant will bo brought Up
for preliminary hearing' tomorrow and
In tho mean tlmo should ho desire lo
gain His liberty lit) must BatUfy the
ARRIVED j DlAftTIO ir
Sunday, JuMe S,
Knual ports Nllhaii, ntmr., n, m.
Molokal and Maul orts Mlkahala,
otmr., n. ni.
Kauai fiorts Ktiuin, stnir., n. m.
Monday, June 6.
Sfth Francisco Tefi)o Maru, T. K.
' ly H. S , n. in.
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VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE I
. .,,., t . . . ,i
Expected Dally! '
" llbngkong via Jap.ni ports He
cules. Nor sdifr.
Wednesday, June 8.
flan Pranclseo Lurllno, M. N. S. 8.
Friday, June 10.
Manila. Hongkong1 via Jupftn jiorifl
Siberia. 1. M. S. S.
Per T. K. K. S. S. Tonyo Maru, from
Ban Francisco: Through For Yoko
hnma: Mr. C. C. I ergfison, M.rs. C. B
Ferguson, Mr. II. 0. Hnnn, Mr. n. iVal
sira, Mr. S. Klke, Miss L. McWII
Maps, Miss Ida. Merrill, Mr. R. F,. Nn
kdshlma, Mr. T. Onodprq.. Mr. C. V.
Puflngtbn, Mr C. V. Purlngtnn, Mrs
IV P. Pflngst, Mr. Fdward I'flgns),
Cnpt. oeo. T. Hummcrllu, Mr. II.
Tsuda, Mrs. II. Tsuda and Infant,
MAster K. Tsuda, Mnsfcr T, Tsuda,
MrsIL K. Walker. For BhaHgfial:
Mr. I'. C. Atwater. Mr. V. C. Jordan.
Mr. Ii. O. McCcjwan, Mrs.' L. O. Me
Oownn, 'Mr. T. W. Merrltt," Mrs. P.
YV. Stryker, Miss fi. I). Stryker, M"rs.
D. Sullivan, Mr.' II. ). 'Vlncy. For
Hongkong: Miss I:, limner, Mr. L.'
A. llergolx. Mrs. M. M. llergnU, Mr.
rL A. IWmnrcsty.Mril II. A, Dcmarest,
Mr. h Unncll.' Mrs. F. pnn'cll, Mr
C. R. Jones, Mrs. fc.' R. Jones, Master
It. L. Jones. "Miss F Fnkmah. Mr. i!.
J, Murphy? Mrs. 'K. J. Murphy, Mr. I,
I). Mnndell. Mrs. L.'D. Mandell, 'Mas
ter Mandell, Mrs. F. MeKJroy, Mrs,
II. L. Marer. Mr. A. 0. Neheker. Mrs.
A. q. Neheker, Mr. II. F. Patterson.
MIsi? Delight Rice. Mr, S. W. Strorir.
Mrs. B. V. Strong, Mr. J. IUVIIIamar1,
Mr. A. V, Walker. Di. ,V- II. Ward.
Per stlrir. "Klnmi from Kauai ports,
Juno G Miss O. A. Arnold. O Janus
en, Miss M. Rhc'doln, W, Or Irwin, R.
Ivpm I? ICnfdtcv lrnnrl flnv. W. A
Ramsay, A. Well, 'it. E. nond, A. Oar
tenburg; Mrs.' tleo. Raker. Mrs. Mar
garet Dean, Miss Cooke, Hcv. nnd Mrs,
R. C.iLeo. John, Peter nnd Jago Lee,
A. Otrcmba, It, Stewart, . Ilenry
Whang. Ilov. N. rord, Miss Cabrala,
Mrs. A. McKeague, (1. Iiionje, I). Slog'
gelt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Eggcrklng. A, Ncl.
son. Miss Annn Nelson, O, Ilurmester,
O. R. Dals, K. Ilamalsbl. llec Fat,
W. MatsubltaM. Mljagawa. Miss E,
Tonijo, llonnle .Lemon, D. Pokll, ij,
Ashburnj Mary Kaulkcla.
Per stmr. Mlkahala from Molokal
and Maul ports, Juno 0 Geo. Olbb,
A. Rego, u Kcoohlnul. Mr. and Mrs,
J. 1 Drown, Mr. Kancpu, Mr. and
Mrs. Oco. Cookq, Miss Sqxton, Rev.
T WATERFRONT NOTE8
CAPTAIN BIMERSON. master of
tho Konn nnd Knu liner Mauna Ioa
Is taking a brief vac'allon. slid his
placo on the Matinn Ixa bridge Is
being held dwon for ono trip by Cap
tain Thompson, tho well known skip
per of tho W. a.'HnlL vThq Iater
vessel Is now at.tho port undergoing
oxtcnslvo repairs,. , .
' NEARLY ONE 'thousand tons of coal
connlgneil to he r'aplilc Mol Com
liany w'lll bo discharged out of the
Drltls'lf sfOamor S'hliit riilnatau heforo
the vessel sails Thp Saint Dunstaii
arrived Mom "Newcastle.' N. S." W. pn
May 25th' wltli coal for ho Inler-lsf-ind
Stenht1 Navigation Company as
well as tho Pacific, Mall.
THE F6l,LOWINp sugar Is report
pd ns( awaiting shipment, 91 Kauai ac
cording fo (ho" report b'rou'gliL by the
Klnnu: ;k' 8. M. ?t4o, bagsj.il k.' ji.
Jtftdro. i It fldO;'Male. Vt5,<j!( fi.
M. CI12; MoDrydo, 22.46i); IC P. 10
025; it, 8". Co. 400rf; Jc. 8. Co. 2000;
O. F. 19,810.
1 THE Amorlcan tawaltan freighter
Virginian is rcnorted to have sailed
from Port "A!ien"'fdr 8allrfa( Cruz 'on
last Saturday afternoon taking nearly,
ted thousand tons of migar. Tho Vir
ginian has been gathering up extensive:
shipments' of sugar at' various island
ports of doll. ' ' '
FREIGHT brought hy tho IntcMsl
(ind steamer Ilnau from Kqual ports.
Inc)ddd tho, follq'wjnfc Jtepis: 0Q(
uiiKu sugar iroin upKpna, ivu Dags,
rice, ii baits tdro, 20 bags cocoanuis,
17 cascs'lioney, 5J buhdjes hhjes, 22
trales sheep wool.
CLOUDY AnJ 'rainy woathor with
smooth sens were encountered by tho
Japanese stealer Nippon Maru last re
ported! a rtvo lumdrpd, miles, off tho
port, stemming In the1 drcc(lpn nt Ja-
THE FREIGHT list of tho steamer
I Nlthau arriving from Kajiat ports In
cluded' 6500 sacks, Hanamauju ami
Attyu uuwnH iL'ltuui HUKUr.
. THE TRANSPORT Sherman has
wirelessed as follows: 72C miles from
ironolutd, moderate northeast winds,
'sea smooth, all well.
Sunday, Jui fi.
Japan ports Vancouver,, Jlr. stmr,
m, , , . ' aV
VEt8ELB TO DEPART
MnnrtavJ Jlinit 1.
Kauai iiortsNoenu, stmr, 6' p. m.
Tuesday; June 7,
Jnn.itT norlii -inil tfnnitknnt-'- .Tpnv.l
Maru. T. h. 11,8 9, .
Hllo 'Via waw tiortn Manrt'a Kea'.
Molokal and Maui ports Mlkahala.
stmr. ' s
Kauai porta Klnau, stmr.
Wednesday,' June 8.
Sftn Francisco Sierra. O. 8. 8.
Saturday, Jufia"!!. ,
Pnn Francisco Slberla'P. M. 8. 8.
1 n ) 4
PASBEnQEnS BULKED I
Per sttnr, 'Mlkahala, for Maul ami
Molokal ports, Juno. 7. Mrs. L. H.
., i i v i
, Per stmr. Klnnu ;.fo KauoJ ports!,
Junq 7 W, F.irtoit, Mri.Johnson,
Miss K. Rico, J. L. Rllva;" Utn. Sllva,
Mr,i II. C. Coborn, J. P. Cooko, Mrs.
J.' Cushlnghnm, J. W. Cathrart, Miss,
Sllva. v ,
per stmr. Mauna Kca for Hllo and
way ports, Juno 7 Irs. MfFraVa',
MIm Froga. IT. TBaVclij-, ittfl. llir-
Clay, J. W. rimllh, iM. Smith, mi-
tcr Watt, Mrs John Vatt, Francis
(lay, ln, aay.'ChasJ 'A., piston, Mrs.
El8toii,"Jno. E. Purls, Mrs Paris, Den
Knapunl, Jas. Mattoon, Mrs. Mattoon,
iMisscs Mattoon (4), a. u. Keuer, i:.
Mnseti, II. 1'. Wlchman, (1. Coleman.
A. Napoleon, Mrs. I.'. A. Parlkh, D.
LycurguB, C. E. Wrl'gtif.'Miss K. Waf
flngton, Isabel Hopol, Aliiha Kinney,
Edda Murray. ' ' '" '
IN PONBIQN POUT
Monday, June 6. "
3"Ari FRANCISCO Arrived Jund 8:
! S. S. Htjonlan, 'from Kn(illlnl.
SAN FnANCISCO Sallp'd Junq'5: R.
P. Rllhet. 'for Ifonolul'il.
SAN7 FHANClSCd-Arrlvpd June. C:
fi. S. Cnlllinblnn. from 'Hnllnn f!rn.
'8AN FRANCISCO Solicdyluno'fc: y.
9. a. i. L.UK&11, iur ionuiuui. .
PORT'SAN LIUS Arrived ipno C: S.
S. Santa Rita henco May 50.
TACOMA Sailed Juno C: S. S-. Mis-
sonrian for Honolulu. (
tlrlndle or whlto bulldog. oy whtij
' bulF terrier dog, , one year. ,tb
eighteen months. M'V'; f. heavy
dog: pedigree not eSsntli)l.it Ilrooke
Smith, Seaside llolef.
, Leave Iltilletln of
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SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.!-
Under 'hna by virtue" ot'a certain
W ) t of Execution Issued hy tho
Honorable Frank-Andrade, 'District
Magistrate of Honolulu, City and
pounty of, Honolulu, .Territory of,
Ilawall, on the 27th day of April,
A. D. 1910, In the matter.of Charles
T, Wilder, Assessor of Taxes", first.
Division, Territory of Hawaii, Plain
tiff, s. Leo HI Nglp. Chu Quon.
Hlng Ing, Voung Yau Chuck.
Kwofig Fook Lung, Kwong Slug, AU
Leong for Hop Wo' Company;' all of
Honolulu, copartners, doing business
under the firm name 'artel 'style of
Poo Wo Tong Company, Defendants
I did make demai.d for payment ot
the snm therein named from 'Yea
Wo, Silas Lee Sing.' its president:
and the enmo being refused, I did
on tho 4th day of 'June, A. D. 191 dj
leyy upon 'and shall off er for salij
and tell at public auction to the,
lilghc4 bidder at the City Auction,
Room), Merchant street, llondlulu,
City and Cotitity, pf Honolulu, Tun,
ritorj of Hawaii, df 12 o'cjoik noyij
of Thursday, fho 71? day if July, A
D. 1910, all1 of, the right,, (life and
interest of the' sajd Wq Wq, n'ong.
Compiny, Defendants, 'in nndtq so
inUeh o( the property hereinafter, de
scrlMitjts mayr)(ie neccsscry.'ia sau
Isry the sahj amouht p't Ifour 1lu'I
dred Thlrty-cjglit (38.00) 'Dollars
that being tjie, umoui.t, for YWcli
said Execution Issued, tpgetyier (wJt
Jntereit, cpsts(1 a,nd my Jctb ana exi
pense aro( prevlo"uly pahf
Property to Be Bolel
1st AJI oftjie r.lght.ttltfc and Inlj
erest,ot Bald Ppo Vfo&mk Company,
lp apd to tqt certaluJe'ase from Yi
Ahln nnd Chu JQQn po POo Wo Tout
Company, dt,ed tht eighth day, 01
August, A. D. 1901 being portloi
of l(oJtal Patent Npv23t6. Apapa 2
tb ' JKnonn, , ,wlh ' the, bulldlngi
Mleon ' ' , ,' l l
2nd All tho right, title and In
terest of wild Poo Wo,, Tong Qom
pany ,ln and tothal Jcertaln lioso
from Lee HI Nglp to Poo Wo Tong
Company, dated the -eighth dny of
Ugunt, A. P. 19QU being A.niqrtldn
of H"yl Pltqut, No. 26a. to Pnhlo..
with, he bulldi.ga thereon., , f
Tnjsi Cash 14' United States'
gold con. , , lr
"Dated June c, A. D. 1910,
High Sheriff. Territory of Hdwalk
B3$ June 0, 18; July c.