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rvsntoq nflUBTm, noNoLtrttj, t. it , Wednesday, june 8, 1910
Honolulu Third Degree
Oceanic First Dcnree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3- Renu-
All visiting members pf tie
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of lor-at lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4h
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
,.,,,. rr., ..,,... aiemDen 01
unine cituinttny otner A0.
1 HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
t . ""
, Meets every Monday evening at
I 7:30 In I. 0. 0 r. Hall, Tort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
: All visiting brothors very cordially
: OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
' Mcetb e'vory first and third Frl-
; day evening at 7:30 In K. of IV Hall,
: corner Tort and Borctanla. Visiting
p'5 brothers cordially Invited to attend.
: VM. JONES, C. C,
0. F. HEINE, K. R. B,
HONOLULU LODQE 616, B. P. 0, E.
ITnnrtlttlit TswIb'a Vn Rift Ft TV (i.
J Blks, meets In their hall, on" Kin'
: Btroet. near Fort, every Friday even-
i3 Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
,JAS. D. DOUQHERTY, E. R.
OEO. T. KLUEGEL. See.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
lays of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothors cor
llally Invited to attend. i, ,
P. HIQGINS, Sachomr 3
'it -HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Iff Mi'Ria on the 2nd and 4th WED-
NI"8DY evenings of each month at
I 30 o clork In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Berotanla and Fort streets.
. vuitlng Eagles nro Invited to at
tend VY. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
M. McKINLEY LODOE NO. 8, -K.
Meets evory 2nd nnd 4th Saturdny
'.muiini- nt 7 10 o'clock In K. ot P
J, Hall, cor. Foil and Rerotanla. Visit-
' lng brothers cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
All the various sundries
such m Developing Trays,
U:ales, Tankri Hydrometers,
Graduating- 0 lasses, Hypo
Boxes, Drying Racks, etc.,
AND NOW HEAL.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, near Hotel
I ART GOODS
V YE ARTS ANIj CRAFTS SHOP
ft Fort nelow Kine Street
M FILMS AND CAMERAS
I Gurrey's,. Ltd.
QUINN CASE IS
tCnnitnywA frrtm Pacm 1
dent. "He heird the crah and went
nt once to the scene of the smash!
,Uiun teeing that nobody was serious
ly-hurt the witness proceeded down
town on a street car.
On cross examination Forster said
that he had coino M a witness be-
cause lie had heard that the fact tlmt
tho Chinese had n lamp on his wagon
was disputed. He thought It his duty
to come forward nnd tell tho truo
story, and that was that tho Chinese
did havo u light on his wagon.
Tho defense then called in hack
driver named Miller, and ho testified
(hat hu was waiting olitsldo of tho
Oahu Flower garden, and that ho saw
Iho Chlncso wagon, pass hlin but did
not see any light on tho cart. Wit
ness saw a water buffalo on the road
just before the autoniobllo came
along, The animal was trlng to get
mrougn me lenco hi mo nowi-r gap
den and then wandered off on to tho
J, n. Kramer was tho next witness
nnd ho testified that he saw tho veg
etable wagon go past him and that
there was no light on It. Ho saw tho
automobile npproichlng nnd a buffalo
crossing the street In witness" opln
Ion tho automobllo tried to avoid tho
buffalo nnd hit tho wngon.
huffn and hit tho wagon.
At noon tho court adjourned until
tomorrow morning, when fho or1 six
other witnesses for tho dofenso will
bo put on the stand. Tho caso Is at'
trnctlng much attention and tho'cvl
denco Is being followed closely.
(Continued from Page 1.)
that department had no special quap
lers assigned for persons thus afflict
ed. tho woman was sent to the tanks
nt the police Btatlon and kept thore
for a considerable period
In tho case of Miss Van Kirk, It
was necessary that she be searched
for concealed weapons and as tho city
and county ot Honolulu had no rogu-
larly authorized femalo member on
the force, tho examination had to bo-
made by muscullno station attend
Supervisor Cox Is chairman of tho
police committee. Ho hnB had seV'
eral -conferences wlt'i Sheriff Jarrett
cqncsrnlng tho bandlliih' of women
who como under tho Jurisdiction of
tho police department.
Tho semi nnnual city and county
appropriation bill was threshed out at
last night's Besslon of tho supervisors
and Cox, backed up by tho demands
of Sheriff Jarrett and also public sen
tlment of tho community. Insisted
that a sultablo allowance bo Incor
porated J n tho measure, sufficient to
maintain a women's wn'd at the city
.Sheriff Jarrett has not ot fully de
cided upon whom the title of pollco
matron Bhall fall. It Is possible that
a local trained nurso may bo appoint'
cd to the office.
As It happens In Honolulu a month
or moro may pass before a caso
occurs where a pollco matron Is
required. Whoever receives tho opj
polntment will necessarily be on call
both day and night. ,
Tho sheriff has already taken tho
Initial steps towards tho proper fit
ting up of quarters for women pris
oners or thoso who may becomo sud
Ho expects to announce tho op
polntment of a matron boforo very
long. Tho duties of tho matron will
bo to be present and participate In
the search of all women prisoners and
also to attend to their wants should
they becomo 111 or Insano,
Fresh California fruits and vegot-
ables In tho Lurlino today tor Henry
May & Co. phono 22.-
You will And tho wireless the most
satisfactory means of communicating
with business asboclates and friends
In the otlior Islands, , Get Into tho
habit of using It..
Nothing so refreshing these h
days as a glass of cold beer. It you
want tho !ot luer iiuvvd at Just tho
light temperature go to the Criterion,
corner of Hotel and Ilcthel strcot
You cannot by a hohio, a business
of mnko an Investment unless you
havo ready cash to pay down. Start a
savings account with tho Dank of Hit
wall, Ltd , and have the money ready
when tho snap Is offered.
Paul Ilartcls will depart on the
Muuiin Kea riext Tuesday to take
over the management pf Hnrkfeld &
Oil's (lore In Hlo. The present
m.iuoKcr, Mr, Cnslond)k, la com
pel'ed to taKo n vacation on account
of 111 health.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes, without silng that every
thing Is Best at The Ericoro.
Tho comet was an attractive fea
ture of the heavens again last night,
.Embroidered trousseaus add tuuey
needlework. Mn. 11. Bell, 162 Hotel
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage tako it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg.. Co , 427 Queen SL
The pineapple cannery expects a
large shipment of fittings nnd other
freight for the cannery by the Lur
llne. The Korean who was accidentally
shot esterday whllo ho was cleaning
a revolver, is expected to pull through
'Ineic will bo a meeting of the
Merchants' Association nt tho assocl.
atlon rooms tomorrow afternoon at
For a consideration of $3,000 James
L. Cockburn has sold to Emma Droler
a lot ot land nt Puunul containing
60,000 square feet.
The news of tho marriage ot Miss
Jc.tn A. CeLter to Harold Pierce Dan
zig on May 12 has been received by
Mrs. David Center.
All the cases with tho exception ot
one 'Acre sent over to future dates
this morning; tho exception was the
Tom Qulnn mnttcr which dealt with
For summer reading see Brqwn &
Ljon Co, Ltd. A Inrge .assortment
of now books Just received, also a
shipment of reprint editions contain
ing many now titles.
Tho two men, Aknna and Win
Chong, who are charged with kidnap
ping, will appear In court tomorrow
morning. They are at prcsont out 'on
bonds of 1500 each, .
Manuel K. Cook.he Chief Clcrkiqf
Public Works department) ic((. ror tho
Coast on tho 8lerra this morning. He
was decorated with the latest design
In Icjs Japaneso dolls. , '
' L, J, Warren has been appointed by
Governor Frc.ir as commissioner ot
Insanity, His appointment Alls the
vacancy caused by the, resignation of
A, Lewis, Jr., jast week.
In the caijo of tho Territory versus
l.a u Chone charged with assault with
a weapon the bill ot exceptions riled
by tho defendant wo allowed this
raornng by Judga Coopor,
Mrs, C, II. Rusch died at Koloa. last
Tuesday morning, of heart failure,
combined with a form, of dropsy. Her
husband was formerly the head can
pentcr of Llhuo Plantitlmi. Garden
As the land sold at auction on April
23 .did not bring Its rpnl value Judge
Robinson -this morning ordered It re
sold at auction. The land offered was
a tract at Honokua, South Kona, Ha
waii, and was bought by Paul Muh
lendorf for $275. i
Special officer Wo has returned
from a huntaftor Soon Duck but that
elusivo bird was, not discovered. The.ro
Is little doubt, that thowantcd man
Is over the other side of tho, Island,
and that a bunch of late Jail birds
who reafeje .there, aro keeping ,hm
Tho Porto Jtlcan, who (waai stabbed
down at Kahuku Is doing well at the,
Queen's hospital and, nthough lift lq$t
a lot of blood,, s thought- to havo
chnnce of recovery. The men who as
saulted him will bo charged as soon
as it Is seen how their victim s Q
Tho wedding of Henry Kruso, of
Kekaha Plantation, Kauai, and Miss
Aagol Jncobsen vvas celobrated at tho
home of -tho bride's parents at Mana
on May 28th, Reverend C. D. Mllli
ken being the officiating clergyman.
A largo company of friends of the
family were present at the ceremony
which began at five In the afternoon
A wedding dinner followed, and later
there was dancing and other festivi
ties. A I
THKIU WOODKN WEDDING. ,
On Thursday, May 26th, Mrs. Wm.
Hdye Rce entertained at luncheon In
honor of Mrs. Arthur Rico's "wooden"
Aa tho guost of honor arrived she
was greeted by the soft strains of
Mendelssohn's wedding march. Then
she was showered with congratula
tions and a varloty of wooden gltta
wore presented, much to her confu
sion as the party was a complete sur
Luncheon was served pn tho lanal,
tho table decorations being Easter
lilies and at eachiplace was a dainty
favor In the form ot a quaint little
box filled with candles. Thoso proa
ent were the family and their house
guests. Garden Island. i
JABRETT TELLS OF CITY CHIME.
Officers under .the Jurisdiction of
Sheriff Jarfett mado 324 arrcsst dur
ing the month ot May.
Of tho total number of arrcsta
made by officers under Sheriff Jar
rett during the month of May, 324
wore convicted and paid Into tho city
coffers a total of 123G8.50. Tboso re
leased numbered 96 Ot tho arrestB
made by the police, 62 were Hawaii
ans, 89 Chinese, 81 Japanese, ID Por
to Rcans, and 73 of(ohcr nationalities.
The list of offenses ran,ge from 244
gnmblnrs, M drunks, 23 nssnult nni'
bnttefy, ifc Inrce'n), 7 profanity, 4
adultery nnil ono exceeding tho spoed
.r-iiriritf-iiV-rft if'i'ii rtn'1Wittftfttirtiff-1si-ilii ' tftirtiTirfBMisf i iififr'iii' -
City Transfer Co.,
7AS. H, LOVE.
(Continued from rage 1.)
as she came ttfrough tho channel,
and her strango actions In negoti
ating the port caused him to believe
all was not well with tho cssol and
he hastonod with all speed to the
The steam Btcorlng gear was sub
stituted, and after the vessel had
been hauled around by tho tug she
came alongside tho Hnckfeld whart
undor her own steam nnd guidance.
The Incident caused much excite
ment along the waterfront. All
sorts of rumors wero afloat during
(ho -thirty minutes that tho Mntson
vpiwol ley close to tho shore with
, The vessel brought twenty-nine
cabin and two steerage passengers.
She, has a. .general cargo amounting
to. two thousand tons, In addition
to this there are about flvo hundred
tons of tuppltcs for Kuhulul. No
au(os came down on the vessel this
Purser Warren reports a fair trip
down from San Francisco. Tho Lur
lino, experienced two da)s of heavy
northwes tgalos with high sen Im
mediately upon leaving tho Ooldcn
Gate. , ,.
Tho vessel was In wireless commit
nlcatlon Vltli the, American oil tank
er Santa Marlni, and tho United
States, army frjy.sport Logan.
There Is a lilg shipment of ma
chinery am) supplies for tho Pearl
Harbor docks and tho Hawaiian
Dredging Company included In tho
cargo, , ,
A !)!g consignment of livestock oc
cupied the lowert decks., Of this
shipment there nro horses for n num
ber of local people. Including A.
Perry, Alexander & llaldwln, Gun
Schuman, T, Cm pavics, J. F. Col.
burn, while a number of mules will
go to the Mnkco Sugar Co. und (Jus
Twcnty.ono coops of poultrj also
Thp Lurlino brought n day's later
mall and seventy-three sicks of lot-
tors and papers woic rccched by the
l?M- . M
IN TOILS AGAIN
Yeo. Dong Yoii, a Korean who Is al
ready, out pn half of )20 for another
offense, was,,rcaricstcd this morning
and held, for Investigation; Ho was
qaught red handed n,tho net of soil
ing a quantity of harness, tools, blan-
kcta,, and otbcf articles to a second
nwui nearer. f"
Til ft man wa tinwlp1 mil In n rlol,
iherstn falsehood hv chief McDumo.
to- whom ho stated that a bicycle that
was found In his possession had been
purchased by htm,, somo months ago,'
when, as a maltor of Tact, tho wheel
had bo'en stolen Jtwo days beforo from I
a lad "named Cunha.
Tho Korean claimed that he Is an
employe ;nf, a. drug, store In town but.Uifllllr'UIlUliU
as nearly every Korean wlto la arrest
od saya tho same thln.thp.Btorpmiint
havo at least' tdrty or sid employes.
Thoro Is a well defined suspicion
that there is a band of Korean thieves
operating In tho city, and, hat as soon
as ono of tho members get arrested,
ball and an attorney arc at onco pro
vided for tho accused, That a "fenco"
Is being run by tho Koreans Is also
thought probable, and M'O fact ,'mt
none of the arrested men will
"squeal" on their companions. Is
thought to point to A powerful hold
on most of he members of tho gang.
NOON THE 110
Territorial Socrotary Mott Smith U
on the ltd In tho governor's offlco and
Will shapo tho destinies of tho terri
tory during the absedco ot tho Chief
Governor am) Mrs", Frear sailed for
tl)o coast on tho Sierra this iniornlng
and tho Governor will be away from
Honolulu until tho middle or latter
part of July. t
WE BAVEJITH US
AT THE YOUNa.
Tuesday, May 7.
W. W. Qoodalo, Walalua; P. John
ston, J, H, Jones.'Clty,
' t i
THE BAIIKENTINE Coronado, with
a full shipment of general merchan
dise from the mainland by tho wny of
S.inFranclsco should arrive hero the
latter pari n'f tho week. The essel la
now out nlnctpen day, nnd Is coming,
to the ngency of C. Brewer nnd Com -
AS SIERRA SAILS
Tho crush of peoplo who attempted
lo board or Icavo tho Btcamer Sierra
before that vessel cast oft her lines
nt Oceanic wharf this morning wnu
the largost that has witnessed the de
parture of a San Francisco bound
vessel In many months.
Tho number developed Into a veri
table cruilr at times Thd ono Blnglo
gangway fairly groaned under tho
weight of humanity, counted with the
bulk of heavy Hunks and packing
cases which for Borne reason or othor
wero carried up tho passenger gang
way Instead of going ocr the side at
n moro convenient iioint.
Ono hundred and twenty ono cabin
passengers round accommodation nn
board thq Slcrrn beforo Iho esBCl
pulled away from Iho vharf nt ten
Somo sixty passengers left In tho
stcerago accommodation and thoso In
eluded n congress ot nationalities
nmong whom wero a number of Rus
sians who will seek moro renumor
ntlvo employment on tho coast.
Tho vessel left for San Francisco
taking a largo cargo. In her spacious
hold was ncnrly thirty thousand
sacks of sugar, let alone tho largo
shipments of fresh nnd tinned pine
apples, rice, coffeo, bananas and oth
er lines of Hawaiian products.
Tho list of departing passcngom
ranged from gay to grae. Tears nnd
laughter mingled on the vessel's
decks, along tho gangway nnd upon
A delegation of vaudeville people
who hac been holding down the
boards nt several local theaters do
Evory where could bo seen a pro
fusion of Ids and garlands.
The Territorial band gavo nn Im
promptu concert that listed nearly nn
hour. Tho vessel wob dolajed In get
ting away owing to an unusually
large mall. Tho big auto truck wnH
piled high with hacks of letters, pa
pers nnd packages.
There appears somo ground for the
suggestion that the local agents for
the Oceanic Steamship Compiny ndopt
the same method of handling visitors
on board their vessels as has been
dono here tor somo tlmo past by tho
It Is believed that should tho half
hour limitation bo placed upon all
visitors to tho Sierra, no such con
fusion and Insuffcrablo crowding as
prevailed this morning, would occur:
Thoso who had business on board the
vessel would bo on hand at least thir
ty minutes beforo tho steamer wns
announced to Ball, nnd those who did
not reach tho wharf until after that
time would havo to content tham
bcIvos with paying their, farewells up
on tho more spacious wharf.
It surh a chango In the handling
of tho crowd Is not found feasible It
'" rommcndcd that tho company
provide two gangways, ono lo bo used
to gain tho deck of tho vessel, tho
other as a means of returning to the
flnn . ,. ,, WPlAinaK that
. , ,hu V,nU.atd
last evening nt the home of tho
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. I.
Smith, at Walklkl, whon their daugh
ter, Miss Mildred Alice, was married
to Henry Christian Bruns.
The ceremony took place at ,K
o'clock, the Rev, J, W, Wadman offi
ciating. Only Intimate friends and
relatives wero present.
A, M. Slmpnon of Wnhihae wns the
bert man, and Miss Allcen Nott act
ed the purt of a very protty brides
maid. Tho house was most beautiful)'
decorated for the occasion, thoro be
ing n profusion of white carnations
throughout, and tho bride carrjinga
looly bouquet of white roses.
After the ceremony a sumptuous
bauquet was onjoed by all present,
aftor which the happy pair entered
an automobile and wore whirled
away to Halolwn umld tho cheers and
wel-wlslies of those attending.
The ceremony was performed
un lur a benuttful bell mado entirely
of white carnations, -. ,
During the banquet a Hawaiian
quintet discoursed the sweetest of
PALMER At Honolulu, T, II.
7, 1910, to Mr. and ,Mrs,
palmer, a daughter, -(,
Mr. a,nd Mrs. Richard Tully de
parted on the Sierra today for ther
homo on the imlnlnndi Thejf nro
both well up In literature wrltlpg.
Mrs Tully linking Issued n number
of books and Mr Tully Imi made n
success In other lines with his pen,
'"'l " " , ,f)
Hawaii ports Llkellko, stmr., p m.
Newcastle, N. 8. V llenloy, Ur.
stmr., C p. m. ,
Wednesday, June 8.
Kauai ports Maul, stmr;, n. m.
8an Francisco Lurlino, M. Nr S. 8 ,
-....J.u I.I T
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Hongkong via Japan ports Hep
cules, Nor stmr.
Thursday, June 9. .
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Friday, June 10,
Manila, Hongkong via Japan ports-
Siberia, P. M. S. 8.
ROOSEVELT TOLD BRITONS
RULE OR LEAVE EGYPT
(Continued from Page 1)
Innd had given Egypt tho best gov
ernment In 2000 years, recent ovonts,
following tho assassination of Frcm
lor Boutros Pasha, had shown that
In certain vital points tho British
Government had erred, nnd that Eng
land must repnlr this error If she
wished to do her full duty.
Tells Britain To lie Honest.
He called attention to the fnct Hint
Englnnd's object In Egypt was tho es
tablishment of order. "Elthor )ou
hae or you hao not tho right to re
main In Egypt nnd establish and keep
order, if you hao not the right nnd
have not tho dcslro to keep order,
then by nil means get out. But if, as
Ithopc, you feel your duty to clvlljzel
mankind nnd your fealty to your own
great nation nllko bid you stay, then
make tho fact nnd tho nnmo agrco
and show joti are ready to melt, In
ovcry deed the reaponslhl'lty that Is
"Whon a people treats m bisMiui
tlon as the corner stonn of gel'-gnv-
eminent, It forfeits nil right to be
treated as worthy ot jc)f-,:oveiiii.ient.
Somo nation must govern Egypt, and
I hopo und believe tho English tui
tion will dcCldo tho duty la (.hairs."
Roosevelt dwelt upon tho baleful
Influence of the nation jlfut pi.ity In
Egypt, which had shown, In connec
t'uu with tho murder of tho I'rein'er,
that It wns neither denlroux or enp
aMe of Juslco Nor hud Eigl.itid
shown enough of its stieiifctn.
"You havo tried to do too much," ho
said, "in tho Interest or tho E,p
tans themselves. Thoi-j who l.l.'J 'J
do with uncivilized pooplcs.cspeclnlly
fp'jt.tlcnl peoples, must le'iinnbi-r
tli. i. In such a situation -i? facts f.'ii
In Egypt wcuknoss, timidity and nn-
tlmentallty mny causo Infinitely nori
harm than vtolooco -.nd '.nJ'u(lco.
Sentimentality Is tho most brokon
rood on which righteousness can
, With reference to the Soudan,
Roosovolt'satd ho felt as ho did nbout
tho Panama canal. Although It might
not pay. It was Great Britain's duty
to stay thore. In his opinion, the Sou
dan would pny anyway. It was not
worth while to belong to n big na
tlon unless that nation 'wns ready to
shoulder a big task.
Ho profaccd his romarks on Egyrt
with tho statoment thut he spoko ni
an unprejudiced outsider, as an
American and as a real democrat,
whose first duty was to war against
violence Injustice nnd wrongdoing
wherever found. Ho proffered his ad
vice only in accordance with tho
principles on which ho bad nctcd as
President in dealing with tho Philip
pine Islands, and declared that polit
ical conditions In Egypt were a grave
menace to the British empire and to
A.s a wholo the speech constituted
tho most forcible expression on for
eign topics that tho distinguished vis
itor has made during his European
tour. Ho dealt principally, with tho
British policy In Egypt, which Is to
day one of the most discussed of
Great Britain's colonial questions,
HI3 outspoken views aont a thrill
through the 1Q00 uudlors which Is
llkoly to be felt outside tho walls ot
tho ancient council hall, ' 4
LONO PISTANOE wlrclesB from
steamors sailing to tbo westward 'frro
being received at the Kahuku station
Last evening. Operator Mililduma at
tho Oahu station picked uu messages
from the Nippon Maru and tho arroj'l
transport Sherman, as follows:
1 S. S. NIPPON MARU, AT SEA June.
7, 8 p. m. 1127 miles from Honolulu,
moderate northeast winds, sea moder
ate. U. S. TRANSPORT SHERMAN, AT
SEAi Juno 7, 8 p. m. 1194 miles from
Honolulu, moderate northeast winds,
THE ritEIOHT MRT of the Inter,
Island atnamnr Llkellko from Huh til
pnrtn Included C356 packs pugar, 61
head cattle 2J held cilvos nnd n num
ber of packages sundries,
TiiMib. 'Jimi" 7.
'Kauai ports Klnau'ttfmr., 5 p.m.
Molokal and MauV oris MlkahtUa,
stitjir., 6 P- m- fjrr, j j
Hawaii ports Cascade, stmr, urn.
Wednetaay"M 8. f
San Franclsco-Blerftlf O. S. Bd
VEB8ELS TO DEPART
Thursday, June 9.
Knual ports W, Q. Hall, atmr., fi
ll, ni. ,
Friday, June 10.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,
Btmr., 5 p. m.
PAS8ENQERS DEPARTED t I
Per O. S. 8. 8lcrrn for 8an Fran
cisco, Juno 8. Mr, and Mrs, J. L. Gor
don, M, K, Cook, A. Buchner, C, H.
Wells, and wife, Mr. nnd Mrn. & O.
LIvlngBton, W. L. Rider, Dr. O'Dny", II.
P, Y. Ashburn, Park jvshburn, Mrs.
Bewail. Miss Sewall. Mrs.' C. M. 'Mo-
tngnc nnd child, Mrs Ml Tfarboroggli,
MIbs I. Yarborough, Bishop Rcstarjck,
and son, F. Holt, R, C, Sevcranco, Mrn.
M. A. Dean, Miss K CooV; Mary A.
Parker, Miss II. Rcedr-MrTnrfWrs.
L Rowc, Mr, and Mrs. C.J...SejUemay
cr, Mrs. Wm. Kruso, Sr., and ihlld,
Mrs. Wm. Kruse, Jr., and chlld.(f N.
Parker, R. II) Wallln. E. A. Buigay,
Dr. 0. W. Raymond, Mr. and M$i. E.
K. Roao, Mr, nnd- Mrs,. Horker, Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Kokl, Mr.,amltMra. W.
A. Bryan, Professor Lwl.tjrofossor
Coddtifgton, Wm. CnmpBlbJ.vM. Rud
dlman, Isaac Forla, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
Domcaux, Judge Ileatty, Mr. and Mrtf
J. A, Richards, V. do BrcftbvllloV Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. A. Paul nnd chl'd. It. II.
McOrnth and child, U. AvDowsctt) Mr,
and Mrs. J, L. Hopwood, Miss M,
Wnlsh, MrB. W, Langtpn. Miss 'J. E,
Orny, Miss A. B. Rob'Woh, Miss I.
M, Pope, Mr. and Mrs LiF. Bcggs,
Copt, II. W. Popo, I. O. Cohen, J. D.
Hill, Chas. At Ocrry.
Per stmr, Klnau for Kauai ports,
June 7 W. F. Frost, Mrs. Jbhnson.
Miss E. Rico, 'J, L. 8llva, Mrs. Sllva,
Mrs II. C. Coborn, I..P, Cooke, Mrs.
J. Cushlngham, J, W. Cnthcart Iss
Per atmr. Mlkabala, for Mali!' and
Molokal ports. Juno 7. Mrs. L. B.
Per Matson Navigation steamer
Lurlino from San FrancUco Mrs. II.
F, Wcedcn and family, Mrs, L. F.
Folsom, Mr. T. IL Kelly, Miss II. L.
Roll, Mr. Q. F. Affonso, Mrs. J. W.
Kershncr, Mr. T. II. Doanc, Miss Una
Smith, Mrs. C, M, Cooko Jr., MIbs
Carolcno Cooko, Mnster Chas. Cooke,
Miss Helen Kingsbury, Miss F. L.
Blake. Mr, F. Sofcy, Mr. Chns. Brown,
Mr. F. A. Mlllor, Mr. U C. Ablos, MIsb
M, C. Alexander, Mrs. II. O. Junkln.
MrB. W. F. Cole, Mies Colo, Mr. II. L.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. W. a. Hall, for Kauai
portB, Juno 9. E. Franking, A. C. Al
exander, C. R. Hcmenway, Ernest Oay.
I ... . i
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Wednesday, June 8.
GRAYS HARBOR Sailed Juno 7:
Sch, Omega, for Honolulu. ,
PHILADELPHIA Arrived Juno 7:
E. M. Phelps, henco Fob. 12.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Juno 8: S. S.
China, for, Honolulu. ,
SAN FRANCISCO Balled June 8!
S. S. WUhclhilna, for Honoluju
OEOROE PASTON Is
steward on board tho Matson Naviga
tion steamer Lurlino. Paston laVa
tho placo vacated by J, R. Harrvj who
has rccolvcd tho appointment 03 Port
Btcword for tho Matson Company nt
San lranclsco Beforo leaving! tho
vessel nnd taking up his new 'duties
on shore, llarrj was tha surprised
recipient of 'a handsome alive?, set.
presented by tho officers and crew of
the Matson boat. ,-. I
THERE IS A ship load of building
material for Pearl Harbor docksconi
ing down to tlioi Islands by thq Ame
rican schoonor A. F. Coatcs which
vessel IsVcportcd to havo Balled from
AT ONE, O'CLOCK jestorday jiftor
noon, tho jPaclfic Mall llnor, Korea
sailed, frofji Saift Francisco for) tho
Coijh). )t Aln by, the way of Honolulu
Tho ?tenof Isjilue hero on Mantay
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent pf Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, Juno, 22,
1910, fpr the construction of two
one-story fruma buildings to bo used
as dl' lug balls fit Uie Leper Hospi
tal, Kallh.1, Honolulu,
Plans, specifications aud proposal
blanks on Qlo In tho, pUlce pf tho
Biipelnteuileut of Rubfij, Svbrks.
Superintendent ot .Public Wnrki.
Honolulu, June 8, 1910,