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EVEHfrfQ BPUOTtV, HOJJOIm.TJ, T. H TUE'DAY, JUE 7. 1PJA
J Weekly Calendar
V Hawaiian Stated.
, Honolulu Third Degreo
th) Oceanlc-FIrst Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Regu
vll rtcitlng members of the
irder aro cordially Invited to
ittind wPHflni" nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at.K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' hT A, -BENEFICIAL
ASSQIATIQK. mtioai cor-
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
,Mcots every Monday evening at
7:20 in I. O. O. r. Hall, Tort Street.
' E. H. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Qrnrid.
: All visiting brothers very cordially
,QAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
I Meets every first and third rrt
day evening at 7:30 In K. of p. Hall,
corner Fort and Ueretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
W.M. JONES, C. C. '
o. r. Heine, it it. a
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
.Honolulu Lodge No. C16, D. P. U.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin?
Street, near Fort, ovcry Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordlall)
Invited to attend.
" JAS. D. DOUQHERTY, E. R,1
' GEO. T. KLUUGUL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
t Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
rdtally Invited to attend.
P. IUUUINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODO, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
UMeets on tho 2nd and 4th WED-
NE3DAY evontnen of each month at
t-1' ?f30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
W . UVIDIUUIJ UhU Vt V BtlVV.VOi r.
ft '': Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
Kf ! W. it. RILEY, W. P
iWM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
P. MpoIb overt- 2nd and 4th Saturdav
fJeVoning nt 7-30 o'clock In K. of 1?
.Mtall, cor Fort nnd Deretaula. Visit-
jlpg brotheis cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A JACOI1SON. K. R. 8.
All the various sundries
such es Developing Trays,
M-ales. Tankr Hydrometers,
"Graduating Glasses, Hypo
Boxes, Drying Racks, etc.,
AND NOW RCA I.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
YE ARTS AN3 CRAFTS SHOP
Fort below Uine Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
1 'STEALERS TAKEN
Al ma and Win Chmls. Irfo Chlhotp,
wi'ic nricsli'il and rlmgf.,1 with Kid
1 napping two Porto Itlc.in glrh. wh.i
Iwerp lii-tnlldcd Inn getting Inlo Akn
nn's hack on, ns they state, th'1 hark'
man's offer lo drive thorn to their
'home The neenstfd men have Mali
reloaded on bonds of fi00 ench and
I the offense (hey nro chnrgnl wllh car
ries n iionall of n fine ndt exceeding
1 $1,000 and Imprisonment for n term
not exceeding two joars
It appears from the girl's story
that they got Into the hark on I lie In
vitation of Akniili, nnd thought they
icro being taken homo (III they no
ticed tho brldgo over tho stream on
Klne street The girls then heeamo
jnhimcd and nllempl&l to Jump from
tlic h ick A Rapid Transit motor-
man noticed the girls struggling to
got out of tho hark, nnd ho reported
the matter lo tho police.
Tho girls uro sliders nnd ftielr fani'
ily name Is I lored; Annlo, the young'
er of tho two Is not quite sixteen
j cars of nge and, before cohilrtg to
Hnnoltilu, resided at Walakea plnnta
Akana stated to Ctdef McDulue that
ho was taking tho Rlrls to tho other
Chinese who hart for along tlmo ex
nressod n doslro to meet (lid ' girls
The two Chinese wlil aprar ut tho
police court tomorrow morning licforo
NOT GUILTY IS
PLEA OF DRIVERS
Ttoth Mjiuiicl Richards nnd Edward
Cluncy charged with manslaughter In
the first degree pleaded not guilty
f before Judgd Cooifvr In tho criminal
court this, morning.
. These two defendants nrc charged
with manslaughter while driving au
tomobiles, their cases being the first
to como beforo a court in Hawaii on
Richards was represented In court
hr Attorney Edlngs and his case was
scX for trial on Jlmo 23 at eight thirty
In tho morning.
Cluncy had liawllris as his counsel
nnd bis caso was set for trial on June
27 at eight thirty In tho morning.
On account of tho widespread In'
tcrest In aiitonioblllug In Honolulu
there. Is keen anticipation In tho (rial
of theso two cases which will set
precedent jind fix the responsibility of
machine. fdrh6rs toward tho public
on Iho ldgh'wa-pf tho Territory.
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WE HAVEJITH US
T THE YOUNQ. , ,
Friday, June 3.
Tdetday, June 7.
H. C. Lord. Columbus, O.;
Coddlngton, Columbus, O,
Monday, June 6.
A. W. Eames, Jrj. C. Penny, Fob
rlca, P. I,; W. L. Uurchfleld, U. S.
Sunday, June S.
If. D. Sloggott, Llhue; A Jamteson,
Makawell; W. N. Stowart, LIhuo; aeo.
R. Davis, Walmco.
Tlic NORWEOIAN freighter Her
cules from Japanese ports was ex
pected to nrrivo hero on last Sunday
I hut tho vessel In believed to havo
boon delayed owing to bad weather.
The steamer Is brlngjn about six
hundred tons of oriental cargo con
signed to H. Hackfdd nnd' Company.
It Is tho present Intention to berth
tho frolghter nt tho Alakea street
wharf. Tho Hercules Is enroute from
tho FarEast to Portland. Oregon, Bho
will not' remain long nt this port.
i mi m
Secretary Wood Writes that ho ex
pects Hawaii's exhibit will be In full
swing by the middle of next month.
He says t.ojil Chllds more than makes
good as n promoter of Hawaii's In.
terests", Two extrn employes have
been dngaged1 to assist With the pine
npplo section of the exhibit.
18f 'editorial room's 250' busl
neu office. The'te are the telephone
numbers of tho 0 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It lies wlthoift saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore.
Utub'rbldered trousseaus 'and 'ancy
need lo worm Air. H. Bell, 162 Hotel'
If you want a pood Job done on an
auto or carriage' take it to Hawaiian
CarrligeMfg. Co , 427 Queen fit. ,k
Mrs- John Scptt Noble und lllw
Wcnnor of Seattle htivo taken npnrt
mentp nt the Moatia.
Word hart heoli received from tho
Atch'crleyifthat they Intend to returp
to Honolulu short)).
ThJro will ho'n mooting of tho
Hoard of Agriculture and Foicslry at
4 p. pi! (oday In tl:p Capitol building.
Frank Bnealght. the Ininorwrnator
df Dickens, will visit Kohnln'noV
week. He will be tho guest of John
ROon Duelt Is still away on vaca
tion, but sends his regards to ltrnad
wayV Anderson Ornii' wishes to be
remehibered to Hill) Woods".
William Engc, ncompnnlcd by
his wife nnd children, will lenve for
the Coast tomorrow on tho Sierra.
They have spent nearly n jear mid
n half In the Islands.
Tho gentlemen's full dress shoe'
shown In Mclnerny's store oit Fort
nnovo King street, is one or (lie. dress
leit shoes to bo found In Honolulu.
Made of flatent kid, button style.
l'nriik I'avtie goes o Kauai to
njglit to Intcrvjevvt si)ba':rlbers tV) the
Humaumd bli Coniianyiitock. Only
n few. shares remain to bo rubsrlb
ed, amV the list clnoi'thls month.
Thq Hooulu and Hoola Ijihul So
ciety w"l hI'l fhelr regular montblv
meetlng tomorrow rviiuli,i: at 10 n
m. at tho Knploimt Maternity Home.
All members are roqiiesje'd to attend
Mlttwoch Abend 7.30 (lndef pine nils
serordcntllche (lemelndn- Versamm
lung Im Schtilgehneude statt, zu
welcher alia eliigeschrlebencti Mlt
glleder hiordurch frcundllcli elngc
laden werden, Deutsjh Evnngellsch
MEETING HELD BY
At the medtlng of those Interested
in tho formation faf an amateur assb
elation In, Honolulu, which was held
at Lorrln Andrews' ofllco yesterday
afternoon, there was a rcnresentatlvo
gathering of thoarf who wish to have
sport that' Is free from professional
Tho following clubi were represent
ed nt tho meeting jostcrday:
Tho Ocean Club nnd tho Trail and
Mountain' dltib, by Alexander Humo
Ford; tho Knraehameli(i Schools, by
Stanley Livingston; the Outrigger
Club, by O. H. Tultle; the Y. M. C. A.,
by Paul Super; tho Honolulu Cric
ket Club, by H 0. Klnkley; tho Myr
tlo Boat' Club, by Ray Rtltow and V.
L. Lyle; tho Boys' Club and tho
(Iiammar School League, by Robert
S. Qnult, and tho Huwalldn Associa
tion Football, by Mr. Flddcs. Among
the clubs and colleges to' bo canvass
ed by tho 'committee of four aro:
Tho Chlneso Athletic Club, Ouhu
College. McKlnlcy High School, St.
Louis College, tho Hawaiian Qun
Club, the Honolulu Rifle Cup, tho Ue
retanla Tennis Club, tho Pacific Ten
nis Club, the Manoa Tennis Club, the
Hawaii Yacht Club, tho Honolulu
Ydcht Club, tho Oahu Country1 Club,
tho Honolulu flolf Club and tho Ku-
nalu Rowing Club
Mr, Super moved that all tho clubs
nwwAnt t-l m iY If AtifnllAn A rt n
teur Athletic Association and that tho
Parlflo branch of the Union hi Joined
Ih ttint nnnn "Plila ii iiri nsurlnil nnrl
iirVi" Z, ;" ..o
weeks tlmo In order (o communicate
with Major' Pelxotto.
A motion' dlrectlns LorrinAtKlrcws
to appoint a committee of tbrco to
draft tho constitution and bylaws was
carried' unanimously nnd Andrews
will do bo, In a day or so. Great en
thusiasm was shown In tho amateur
union proposition, and thero is no
doubt that tho clubs that wero rpp
resented at tho meeting will nover
havo much trouble over professional
Decision and Judgment were hand
ed down by Judge Robinson In the
Circuit Court this jnorulng In, favor
of the plaintiff In the care of Amer
ican Law Hook Company vs. T. M.
Tho court, declared that' the plain,
tiff should lecover tho property,
which consisted of a number yt law
and techMcal books, receive damages
ill the amount 6f one dollar, and get
attorney's fees and the costs of the
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Tho following Is tho flrog'rnm for
the band concert at Thomas Square
March Qlngor Wurm
Ovorture Rlngslleutauant . . . Fit )
Intermezzo Dan Cupid Eugene
Selection FaVorlte Melo'dies (new)
, , Adams
Vocal Hawaiian Sdngs ,
Ar, by Uerger
Selection London Lite (new)...
Mazurka Tadlana (new)
. , Do Long'pre
Flnne - r - Dreams Thurston
The Star Spangled Danner,
Xlity Transfer' Co.
3 At H.'LOVE.
Tom Qulnn'a caso was continued nt
me poiuc roiirt this inoridng nml sev
t'rnl witnesses were oxiimlned. Ilert
Nott testified thnl'ho vMs travel-
Ing to town on il Rapid Transit eir
when ho saw tho auto driven by
Qnlnn crash Into Iho wagon which
was going Wnlklkl. Witness got off
cir and picked n Chlniman nh! Oulnn
wns In the nuto but ho got out liter
on, anil nsked Iho Chlttcsn vvh rn his
light was. Noit hnd hcahl Iho
motormah sbiindlng his, gong, nnd had
climbed out on tho footbnird tri see
whiit.wnS tho muttor.
Vltt eVoss oxamlnallon l.lghlrrfot
ellillcd the fact tiiat 'Noit' had had
n conversation with l.lghlfoot, Jr.. be-
ipro coming to court th s moraine.
Nott swoih that ho had told l.luhl.
foot that' Qulnn had' nearly run over
nun some tlmo ago. Llghtfoot replied
that hi, too, hnd nearly run over
Nott a j ear ago,
Llghtfoot is alleged to havo snld to
Nott: "You nilght get twenty ear
on the reef Tor that." No amount of
cross examining coiild bring out what
offense Nctt could lo sent over for
twenty. )eani for, A story of soma
"tonphs" making Llghtfoot .lr rlon'
hlii machine on King stieet about
twelve months ago wns nil (hnt could
ho found out. As Iho witness left tho
stand Llghlfoot and ho exchanged ro
marks about v'blg slobs."
The next witness was Ah Choy nnd
he testified to having been a passenger
on n Rapid Transit car which had Just
reached the switch near tho gardens
when tho accident nrriirrn.i Wlinnual
saw the smash and Identified Qulnn;
QlflNN AUTlQ CASE-
' BEING HEARD
' ' v
the Chlneso vvhb had been thrownl wl"' "108 '
from tho wagon was" standing hj,1 refrained from"
when Ah Chuv reaenbd tho sceno of.tl,e Plantations.
In' ciOss examination Llghtfoot
could not shako tho testimony of Ah
L'hov much. nlthnniMi ilm v.linou tl.t
become a llttlo mixed owing to conn-
sel claiming tbat ort direct examlna-'
At- k s t . m
non aii i;noy nan Hiaieu ono tiling
and on cross examination another.
Tho caso was 'still, being heard atl
noontlmo today anil teemed sure to
last all day ' '
Just before court jfdlourned at ono
o'clock. Ogawa. tho 4 Jnnaiu-ro who
was driving tho wagon when It was nl -
leged to havo been struck by Qulnn,
went on tho, witness stand and IiJk
dvldenco wds about Iho same as iho
previous wftnesses. Thocaso now
stands part heard', nit JudgA Andrado
continued tho inattoV4 till tomorroW
TRtASDRY DEPT. THI1TKS" '
MAHUKA SITE TOO SMAIL
(Continued from Pace 1.)
matter of the Federal building site
will bo discussed.
"I havo heard nothing from Wash
ington on tho matter, dtrtct." snMlSIn'l steamer Siberia fiom tlio Orient
tlovernor Walter F. I"rear Ibis mom.
lug in answer to n qifesl'ou nbout'
,1... llnliiiljfl lin r.... .(. ,...1j.,I t...,v. I
iiiv .uuuiinu uuy iur wiu i cuurui U1UIU
Thy question asked lljo Governor
was as to whether ho had beatd fron
Wflshlnirfin Hint thn TYnnBttrv Itilnni-t.
menr had decided that, tlio jfnliitKa QIERRA I PAVINfl
sl(o was too shia)l mort wlilph toUILIlIln LLllllIU
erect tho Federal building' and give
It a pro'ner Bcttnp of surrdilrldlrig
It is undorstood, that such n, diy-l-
alnn linn lirtntl nrrlvml jl nnrt thnl nA.
dltlonal ndJolnlnA land wll bd taWu
over" to-1 enlarge thoJs(fo ti)'Virb-tr'.j.
m'cnBiohs, tho sl(6'ti'6n" going through"
to For.' strcit. ' " t ' 'I
"Iflio' only;' filing I hayo lead (pn '
this question' was thu opinion express. j
"i .'ii,rKiiiiieii w(iu wL-ru iiero
ln.l ..An.. il.n lUtJlill- . .il , Jf.t'ill. 1 1 t
last yoar jjiat jThls'slto wji' tAo'ji.fAall
as ii now sianns, continued uovcrn
In answer to a question ns to his
opinion on tho matter th6 Onvcrnar
stated that by all meaiiH ho thought
addltlphal land to Fort street should
bo Intituled in tho lot for tho now
As to whether ho was lo taki up
this matter In Washington novMhat
the. decision of tho Treasury Dnpart
ment on the limited arc at tho Ma
huka site has been made, Oliverocr
Frear said that ho did not know us
ho'would be tn Washington at all dur
ing tho trip, but, that if he should, bo
dint jhls matter was under conslior(
Hon he- would cerlalnly., worlfrtlfor a.1
larger sited, , .,rl, ,, , (0. )
nflpt'ornor land Mrs. Froaf Iavosp0
llio Blerra tomorrow nnd Secretary
Mott Smith itakes pvor tbo dutlca of.
tho governor for tho perioij during
which thq chief executive Is to lio
Tho Pacific Surety Company Issues
tho most complete; upto-dato and lib-
oral contracts, covering Accident, Lla-
blllty (Including dcneral' Public, Em-j
plojer's. Contingent and Automobile
Liability), Plato Class, Casually and
uuifcltll JII0UIUI1LU; 1J1BU UUUUS Ol!
: WANT HOMES
ThO vaU agrlenllUrnl'llkrlfls-of SI-1 AUCUiiuiMj lo latest advices re
borla wero drawn upon for the hsl lot 'c,,e,, nt ,ho "wney nt CM"e "nA
of Itusslnh immlgrnnta lo Hnvval,. iJi"?,W1 ,1h0 ".l!"0".. N,nvlKal,ort t"nor
At noOn today neatly ono bundled I Wllhelmlna wll sail from San lan
nntini l.v n, in,,.. mi....cIsco for Horiolulu tomorrow This
pon Mnru wcro plnend ulsiiril the In
trr Island steamer Mnuiti Kei bound
Thero has been n derided. Improve
ment In the porsoncl of Ihe Russians
who havo arrived nt Honolulu on tbo
last stenmoix from tlin O U tit
Theio'wnrf onb hundred nnd twen
tyono Immigrants Trom Siberia, by tho
NlpiHirt Maril nnd of these J6 woro
men. .",0 women nnd 43 rhlli1.cn.
Spefclal Agent Pcrelstrnm stale's,
that theso people romp from way Inlo
tho Interior of Klberln Hoinj if them
hall from a dlstpuco of n Oiousaild
miles ,from llnrbjn, tho itiit o io
crultlng by the territorial Immigra
In this fnr nway district tbp torn
peraturo frequently drops nml remains
nt sixty degrees bsloiv xoro through
the entire winter months. Tho last lot
of Russians nro an agricultural jod
plo. They hailed tho opportunity of
coming to Hawaii with ninrli plen
They wele passed by Iho local Im
migration authorities and with but a
few exceptions, mndo Immediate nppll
cation" for work nt the planters labor
Slnro their at rival hero on Frldav
oycnlrig, these pcopte have been stay
ing at the planters shed. Thev nro
reported to hnvo undo no trouhtp
I ,wu""ou,er "" nayo not nuiiHieu
Many of tho Into arrivals express a
desire to tnko up homesteads, nnd thev
promise to stay wP'i tho proposition
i to tho end,
TI'o "le '," ' Instnucea are nt
ho head of famlllcr. Tlioro l n
OAh1 twitti . citn1l .kniAA nf !
""i"' " ih;iiiiiku m biu
I R' nien among them.
Tllls morning. Royal n. Mead, of
tho Planters labor bureau completed
I ,ho assignment of tho party.
" arranged for tho transportation.
OI """"ans io iinnomu. rapaikon and
0laa plantations on Hawaii. A few
iot thn Russians will leavo for other
isianna on mo unit sailing on inurs
day nnd nlso by tho Claudlno lcsv-
Ing Honolulu on Friday evening Tho
larger number however departed at
noon today by tho Hllo liner.
Eighty Filipinos nro at tho plant
crs' shed nwalttng transportation to
Ploneor Mill on Maul nnd also to I.I
mm nnd Alakawell plnutntlons on
Kauai. Somo of theso will leavo by
tho btc'amer Mlkoliala this ovenlng
whllo tho remainder will nwalt a re
gular Htonmcr to the Garden Island.
It is understood that tho Pacific
'will bring In tho neighborhood of 35
Filipinos Thero dro still a number
nf TYiiaalnfia .1,1.. In nrrlvn lini-n tint
of Russians duo to nrrivo hero but
whether they will show up on tho
Pacific mall boat is not definitely
PLENTY! OF ROOM
Tho Oceanic steamship Sierra Is
Bal,lnK 'or 8m ranco ftt lu
o'tlock tomorrow nioinlng, tahlng n
full cargo from this port,
Intludcd tn tho freight pfferlng
for the, Coast Is n consignment of
28,000 sneks Biigar. In addition, the
aierrn win icnvo Willi a largo quail
. . . ..... ......
tlty of tinned und fresh pineapples,
(offee, rice, hldek, bananas and sun
dries. Thero will bo plenty of rnopi for
all applicants for transportation to
thd Coast. Tho bookings nt noon to
day indicate that uhdut ninety pas
sengers will depart b' the steadier.
CliOPtRWlU TRY CASE
' Judge'cdopor 'will tr tlio1 laTcehi1
case against C. If. AJIton, tcriarg'flM
with taking certain property fioin
the iirenl(ses'6f tho Uulv'erslty' Club,
notvvlthStandlr.-; that Iho j it'll go Is n
me liber of that club.
Alton flUd a motion" to transfer
the appealed" case from Jildgo Cooper
tc, Judge Rdblnson, ds thu former
was a inehibr of tho club "wIioho
Property1 Allton was allegell 'lo hrtve
maio nwR' wllh' n,'l ,no latter had
no connection with tho organization,
This motion was denied 'by (ho
court, as -as nlso tho oue hurd lo
quash the conviction by the District
Court on the ground that as Judgo
Andrnde wns n member of the club
he was not competent to sR In
Judgment on the caso,
1 i !
1 VE88IJl.a TO ARRIVE ' DPARTfeO ';" x'
r.,..Al.4tH-fii ( '
Hfingk'ong via '.lnplii ports Her
11 Wednesday, June 8,
San' rranclscrf Lurllne, M. N. S. S.
ICbliftl ports-i-W. 0. Ilhll, stmK
vessel should nrilvo hero on or about
Juno Kith. When thn Wllhrlmlnn sails
for 'id return voyngrf to the coast she
will carry n largo number1 of first
class passengers. Tlio'idvnnco book
Insgs nio very promising,
ACCORDINa lo cabled ndvices, tho
Matson Navigation steamer Illlnntan
nrrlvci nt San Francisco yesterday,
Tho vessel carried a considerable
shipment of sugar from Honolulu nnd
other Ilttwnllnn Island ports.
THE 3AII.INtl or tho American
schxioner Cnm.inn for Pugct Sound
will follow Immediately upon tho com
pletion of (lib discharge of her lum
ber. Tho vessel Is expected will get
nwny about Thursday;
THIMINITEI) STATES army trans
port Sheridan lias reported by wire
less as follows': Latltudo 29:19 N.;
longltudo 11.1:45 W.; 009 miles. Wca
ther flno nnd clear.
WITH n shipment of general me
chnndlse, tho American bark R. P.
Rltbct Is reported to have sailed from
Ss,n Tranclsro for Honolulu on Sun'
Tlin WORK of discharging tho
cargo of coil from tho llrlllsh freight
er Saint Dnnstnln Is about complet
ed. Tho veidlel mny sail on Thurs
day. Till: DICPARTURE of tho Mntson
Navigation steamer Entcrprlso from
San Francisco with destination an
Hllo Is reported.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Hyndcs with gcneial cargo for Hono
lulu nnd other Island jiorts is report
ed ns having sailed from San IVan
Cisco for Seattle.
THETES IS OFF .
TO BIRD ISLANDS
Captain Pope of tho. United States
Tevenuo cutter Thetis quietly mar
shalled his crew this morning and he
fore tho sun was very high In tho
heavens tho trim craft was steaming
well off tho port In a westward dl
Tho Thetis is believed will piy nn
bthor visit in tho bird Islands llng
near thq Hawaiian group.
Tho fact that tho I'aclflc Mall liner
Siberia is approaching tho port from
Jho direction of tho Orient lends color
to tho supposition that this' vessel
niay recelvo somd nttcntlon nt thd
hnnds of tho United States revenue
cuttci Tho local Federal authorities
nro taking uctlvo steps of late to put
a stop' to the Illegal, Importation of
opium. ,A largo amount of the con
traband drug Is known to enter hero
through tho arrival of vessels hull
ing from tho const of Asia and China
Tlio Norwegian freighter Hercules
Is also steaming towards Honolulu
bearing n shipment of oriental cargb.
This vessels course may also bo
watched with Interest by the officers
stationed upon tho Thetis.
- .IN ALL STOCKS
Oahu Sugar s6clc lint n6t reached
tho limit of ItsMlrop In price, do
splto the fact that plans are on foot
to add to' Its water supph from tho
toiirco Hint now sends water to
wnsto through tho Waiahola and
Walkane streams, oi. the other side
6f tho island.
Eighty shares of Oahu sold on iho
board this forenoon at 33,50, which
represents a fifty-cent drop, although
the stock closed with tlio came price
bid and no further bfferlngs.
Vory llttlo' business disturbed (he
quiet of' tho Exchnngo. Twenty
shares of WalaluH sold nt 134. Ha
wallan Commercial dropped to 40.75
oil n salo of flvo shares. Otna cold
between bo.irds at tr.25 aid on tho
board at fi,12S, llftnoknu dropped
(to 18. CO on n sale of three, hundreJ
shares. HOnoniu sold at 1S5, the
last previous salo having been nt
160. Flvo Pioneer Went at 212.
With money easy nnd the business"
leaders confident, thu only solution
of market condition Is to bo found
Ii.' tlio fact that many of thobe who left, that' port on April 25th by tbo
have been In thd sugar market aro'sfenmor Oregorilnn. ' '
realizing ill Order to irn inln enter, f
Miss Ltndemann. who for th nasr
tin mnnti, hB. i.. I,.' "."'.J.
' ' - " -- w.v. fiaiwu iii mo
Kninl jiorts NoOau.'Mfflrrt Uvjjr.m.
Tuesday, Juhe 7hp ij
Hongkong via Jainn'potW Tpfi)o
Mam, Jap. stmr., 9:.10 a. w, ,
I!hi and way portsyMlnnn' Jba,
stmr., noon. t ," ,.sj)
VE8EEL8 TO DEPART
Tuesday, June 7.
Molokal and Maul ports Mikahala,
Rtmr., (! p, m,
1 KnunI ports Klniu, stmr., It p. m.
Wednesday, June 81 '"7
San Francisco Sierra, O, Si, S., 10
n. rrt, , ,
Per Jap. S, S. Tenyo Afaru, for Jn
pan ports nnd Hongkongr Chnrlfs
Hugo, O. Nadolney, AL Nlrola. Will
Nlcoln, Miss Sutton, Miss 3, Whfp;
plo. Miss E. Vhlpple,.MIsH ,M .
yodcr, C. M. Chittenden, A. O. TJutr
man, V, R, Robinson, Arthur W.
PHI, .Ins. ' Scott, M., Odagirl,, M,
innii-o, T. Mfjngl, AJrs, KNnkn
moto. Pestmr. Mauni Kea for Hllo and
wny K)rts, Juno 7 Mrs.i E. Kraga,
M"lss Frngn, H, T. Rarclay, Millar
clay, J. W. Smith, Mrs, 8tnl(ljt,MaB
tor. Wnt). Mrs. John Watt. Francis
any, Mrs. Oay, Chas. A. Elston, Mrs.
Elstoil, Jno. K. PaHs. Mrs. Paris, Ben
kanpunl, Jas. Mnttooti, Mrs. Mattoon,
Misses Mattoon (th'A.R, lfljrl E.
Mosos, II. F. Wlch'man", O. Coleman,
A. Napoleon, Mr. L. A. Parish, D.
Ljciirgus, C. E. Wrlghti Miss IC.Waf
flngton, Isabel llnpol. Alpha Kinney,
Per simr. Mlkaliala, fcn-'Maul and
Molokal ports, June 7. Mrs. L. B.
Nov In. , , ,. . .
For stmr. Klnau for Kairnl p'orYs,
Juno 7 W. P. IYost. ilrsl Johnson,
MIsh E. Rico, J. L. silvn, Mrs. Sllva,
Mrs H. C. Coboru, J. P. Cooko, Mrs.
J. Cushlngham, J. W. Cathcart, Miss
Por O. S. S. Sierra for San Fran
cisco, Juno S. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Gor
don, M. K. Cook, A. Blichner. C. H.
Wells nnd wiro, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O,
Livingston, W. 1 Rider, Ir. O'Day. II.
I. V. Ashburn, Park Ash burn, MrB.
Scwnll, Miss Bewail. Mrs. C. M. Mo
rngno nnd child, Mrs. M. YarborOugh,
Miss I, Yarborough, OJIshop Restarlcli,
and son, P. Hott, H. C. Severancd, Mrs.
M. A. Dean, Miss, K took, Mary A?
Parker, MIbs M, Reed, Mr, and Mrs.'
Ij. Rowe, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Srdlcmay
cr, Mrs. Win. Kruse, Br., nnd chlhC
Mrs. ym. Kruse, Jr., and child, F, N.
Parker, R. II. WalllnP E. A. Bungay,
fir. a. W. Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. R'
K. Rose. Mr. nnd Mrs. "llnrttor, Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Kokl, Mr. and Mrs.'w.
A, Biyan, Professor Lord, Professor
Coddlngton, Win. Campslo, J. M. Rud
dlman, Isaac Forla. Mr. and Mrs. I.
Devclenux'. Jlid'go noa(ly,lr. nnd Mrs
J. A. Richards, V. do Urettovlllo,,Mr.
nnd Mrs. W, A. Paul and child. R. II.
McClrath and child, D. A. Dowsett, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Hnpwood, Miss M.
Wnlsh, Mrs. W. Langton, MIbb J. E.
a ray. Miss A. B. Robertson, Miss I,
M. Pobe, Mr. nnd Mrs. I F. Begg
Cnpt. II, W. Potto, I. a. Cohen, J. D
Hill, Chas. A. acrry. I
i IN FOREIGN PORT. t
Tuesday, Juno, 7." ,
SAN rRANCISCO Sailed Stino 7, 1
P. m.: S. S. Korea, for Jlonolulu. I
HADLOCIC Sailed Juno 7: Sch. A. P.
Coats, for Pearl Harbor. ""'
PORT ALLEN Sailed Juno 4: 8. S.
VlrGlnlan, for Sallna1 Cruz. "1
' WATERFRONT NOTES . "f
SATURN TO BE LAID UP. "tIio
navy collier Saturn tcamo iloan from
Maro Islllnd to tnko aboaid stores nml
sail nt onco for tho. navy jurd a(
Bremerton, Puget sound, where tho
vessel Is to ho laUtfim for tho next
thieo months for a general overhaul
ing. Tlio Satunl has been kept busy
tho gi antcr part of tho last two ycara
Biippl)lng tho cruisers of tho Padua
e6t nnd tho torpedo flotilla with fucL
occasionally going as far as Corlnto
nml on ono voyngo as fnr ns Guaya
A WIRELIISS received' from lltio
Matson Navigation stoamcr Lurilno
gives iho position of tho 'vessel ns
five hundred miles off tho port steam
ing through smooth sens and. moder
ate! tlndcs, It is predicted, that tho
vessel vvlll arrive hero between nlhei
nnd ton o'clock tomorrow morning;
bringing 29 passengers, and 2000 tons
cargo for this port. 'A mainland mall
of seventy thrco sacks Is duo to arrive
by this vessel. Tho I.urlluo will bcrtli
nt Hackfcld whnrf. r
THE SAILINQ of iho American Ha'
wallan freighter Mlssourlan from 8o
attlo to Honolulu Is reported by tho
Merchants' Exchange. Tho Mlssourl
an sailed froirt tho Sound jesterday
and lirlngs Now York cargo vvhlcti
THE MATSON Navigation .chartor-
Ot frotVhtnp Tfvnrtnci wltK (tamm.i
V - iir; .. .'. ".r ".".?. "vfa.!?Ba
"' ..'"""'"" ':" "sail irom.
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