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BVEimiO BW,WrHN, HONOUrUT, 7. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910.
Honolulu Third Degree
Oceanic Flrtt Degree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3 Regu.
All visiting DjemDer. of tne
Irdor are cordially Invited to
jtfnrt meeting" of Iocs' lortgM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
lit K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Ano
KHFICIAL ASSIATION. cUtion. cor
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0, 0. F.
K Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
f , B. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
5 H. B. McCOY, Noble Grand. -
All vliltlng brother very cordially.
0AHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of. P.
Meeta Ter; first and third Frtf
day evenlnc at 7:30 In K. of P." Half,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to Attend.
WM. JONES. C. C.
O. F. HEINE. K. n. a
BONOIULD LODGE 610, B. ?; 0..E,.
? Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, D. P. (Ji
;Klki, meeta In their hall, on Klnii
Street, near Fort, every Friday aven
:lng. Visiting Brother! are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
QEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 6. R. M.
J Meeta every first and third Thurs
tlaye of each month at Knights of
Pythlaa Hall. Vliltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
'- P. HIOOINS, Sachem.
':. E. V. TODO, C. ot R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. OSE,
' Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
"NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock iu K. of P. Hall, corner
vlleretanla and Fort streets. .,
I Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend W. K. tllLEY. W. P.-
WM. C. McCOY, See.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8.
K. OF P. -
Meeta every 2nd and 4 th Saturdu)
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot P
Hi null, cur. I'Ulk uuu ucmyauiu, vio.t-
I .. . II. tl.. (lt..t n a-
,, -.. .., n. ..,., irialt-
mg oruiuorn c.ituiauy iuihou iu -.-
.' II. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
! E. A, JACODSON. K. R. 8.
' (Conttnnefl from Paste 1)
4. ; .
Kiwhlch a Btate could nrohlblt the man
'tjufucturc ntiil use of Intoxicants. Now,
it tho use of Intoxicants were a crime,
ttho question arose whether It was
best to u so moro superficial treatment
Tor to resort to a complete eradica
tion. That It was a crime could bo
seen from the expression ot men like
Lincoln, and by tho United States
Hero the speaker read .excerpts
;from speeches by Lincoln, and from
Supromo Court opinions.
' That liquor was the supreme cause
(of crime, not oaly In the United
(States, but In the .whole worjd, had
boon mado evident to Mr. Drahms by
a thorough knowledge of one of the
.greatest criminal Institutions In tho
world. SIxtv-six per cent ot tho
ic'rlme which had sent men there had
'been commuted by these men while
(they were under tlip Influence (if
.liquor. Statistics from 'other coun
tries showed that sixty per cent of
,a'l crime was cc'Smltted under tho
influence ot strong drink. Tho ex
ecutioner of England, who had exe
cuted over live .hundred people, said
.that ninety per cent of these hail coin
rnJttcd their crimes through the lp
jllucuco of liquor,
t. jg0T'"f:or Rent'' cards on Bjale at
5 the Bulletin office,
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUrtO.
' Tuetday, May 7.
W. W. (ioodale, Wnlalua; P. John,
ston, J, It. Jones, Clly.
SHOPPING NEWS -BUSINESS
Henry "Stay &- Co.'wlff bo closed nil"
day Saturday, Knmehnmcha Day.
(IradmUUm hooks, u largd assort
mtnt JuAt received, r,omo very choice.
Drown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
A Kodak multiplies tho joys of life.
Kodaks and fresh films of all sizes at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. In fart
Tho Interesting Specials for Friday
at tho Sachs-Dry floods Co, will In-
cludo flno Mull Hhlrt Waists, Shimmer
Silks, French Wiilstlngs and Fancy
The profltulilo clothes for men nro
the famous Hart Schaffnor & Marx's
for Balo by Sllya's Toggery. Tho all
wool .quality Is, real economy and tho
perfect tailoring will pay you.
"Mrs. 'William T. Paty ,'anaonncps
the engagement ot her daughter,
Mary Elizabeth, to Robert William
Leslie of San. Franclwo, Cal.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALU
ABLE REAL ESTATE SITUATE
AT HONOKUA, DISTRICT OF
SOUTH KONA; ISLAND OF' HA.
Pursuant to a Decrco of Foreclosure,
and Sale. made by the Honorable W. J,
Robinson, Third Judge of the 'Circuit
Court lot tho First Judicial Circuit of
tho Territory of, Hawaii, at Chambers,
in Equity, on the' 6th day of March, A
D., 1910, In an action entitled, "Paul
Muhlendorf, Mark P, Robinson, James
E, Jaeger and. Mrs. II. M.- Allen Trus
tees under tho last Will and' Testa
ment of S. C. Allen, deceased, - com
plalnant8jvs. Hawaii Laud Company,
LlmlSdj rPfjpqndent,, Rill to' Fore
close Mortgage:" lEdulty-Division No,
J67Wi.so'njQMr8uant lo tlio further or
der or the court, duly given ana mauo
on tho 7th day ot June, A. D., 1910,
directing nti ordering a HIC-SALH of
tho proprtyjVlecrlbecl in itho Hftcf.ee
of ,Foreelosurif"hlld Sale herein, the
undersigned, as Commissioner, duly
appointed and constituted as such by
said decree of Foreclosure and Stile,
will, sell, at Public Auction, to 'tho
JilghsCand best bidder for cash, sub
ject "io'conflrmatlon of the Court, on
SATURDAY, THE 2d DAY OF JULY,
A. D 1910,
at ,12 o'clock noin of tald day,
at tho front (mauka) entranco of tho
Judiciary Ilulldlug, 4n tho City and
County of Honolulu. Territory of Hh
wall, all and singular the property do.
scribed in that certain Indenture of
Mortgage dated the 31st day of August,
A. D 1899, made and executed by' tha
respondent Hawaii Land Company,;
Limited, to Samuel C. Allen, and ro-j
corded, in the. Office ot tho Registrar
of Conveyances, at Honolulu, In Liber
19C of Conveyances, at pages 242-244;
said property bolng situate at South
Kona, Island of Hawaii, Territory' of
Hawaii, and being moro particularly'
bounded and described as follows, to-
1st: All thoso premses,ln the deed
of tho Trustees of Kalakaua t,o T. K,
It. Amalu, dated Juno 13, 1888, and re-'
corded In Llbor 110, pago 392, con
tnlnlng nn area of .1 4il00 acres, and
duly conveyed to said E, K. Amalu by,
deed ofi,I. P, Namauu, recorded In
LiUor 118, pago 32G, together wth an
houses' on It;
2nd: All the. undivided 340. acres of
Rnlrt R. K. Amalu In tho Ahunuaa ot
Honokua, S. kona, aforesaid, being
the same premises conveyed to' said
E. K. Amalu by deed of.Kalkalna ni
Knwftl, his wife, dated March 1, 189ft
and recorded In Liber 191 r page 173,
Bald property will bo 'sold In twoj
parcels. , ,
Ternis of Saloi Cash In United
States Gold Coin; ten (10) per cent'
ot the purchaso prlco to bo paid on tho
fall of thp hammeri.balanco to bo paid
upon confirmation of sale by tho Court
and execution and delVQry of deed tor
deeds by tho. Commissioner. Deed or,
deeds at expense of purchaser or pur
chasers. For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Klnnoy, Ballon, Prosser & An
derson, attorneys for complainants, at'
their ofllcos, 303 -Stangenwald I!ul1di
lng, Honolulu, or to tho undersigned
at his ol!)co In the Judiciary Rutldlhg,
In Honolulu aforesaid.
T. M. SIMONTON. ,
Dated: Honolulu, June' 9th 1910.
4641 Juno 9, 10, 23, 30.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
TrJ rvnin'n;-.il?tin4r'.il v:lt 'hn
istue cn Saturday, June-llj Kama?
hameha Day. f '
, It goes without saying that every
thing is Uest at The Encore.
Ktnbl'oldered trousseaus and lauoy
awdlfwiirk, Mri. II, pell, 162 Hotel
,. If you want a good Job1 done on an
auto or carriage tako.lt to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.,.427 Queen St ,
- There will, be a; meeting of (he Sons
of SL Oeorge at Hie K". of ,P. hall this
evening at half past'sfiven o'clock.,
There were twhty-foiir caswi ' on
the pollen court calendar 'this morn
ing but nearly oil of them wro sent
over to future dates. '"
Yesterday afternoon Chief McDuf
He's men gathered In six Hawnllans
on tho Mauna Loa wlmrf. They were
For summer reading sen Drown" &
Lyon Co.. Ltd. A largo assortment
of new.. books Jiit--ri'C:,vwlr nso n
shipment of reprint editions contain
ing many new titles.
Four out of the six' "7-11" fiends
who wcro nrrestM nn,1)io;Maiina Uia
wharf yesterday afternoon', we're' fined
$9 each at the 'pollcd'couYl Ihfs morn
Th6 cas'o against J. Johnson wtio Is
accused of having broken about- all
the,, Qounty ordinances pgalnst auto
spe'aing, etc., nas seen set Tor June
Arcordlng- 19a lelr rocolvcd 'from
Illlb tho Bid'Jury for tho fourth
circuit .wll,b&. called for. tho Juno term
cn July 6, and thevtrlal Juryion July
John Marcnlllnr) has been appointed
guardian of Martha M. and John K.
Kahookano, aged 16 and 13 years res
pectively, In placoioMhe. lalo David
Five Japanese gambers were ar
rested behind a store on King, street
last night, and lhs morning had to
pay fines of 4 each at tho police
cdutt , . t:; , '; "
Akand and Win Chorig, who nro
charged .with kidnapping a married
woman and' ner' elder sister, will nn-
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pear In court tomorrow In nnswer to
W, C. Achl has appealed from Iho
Judgment pf tho district court In
nwardlng hm ,425 nnd costs In Iho
BUlt biought' Rgaiiut Lmna Urelcr for
services, rendered He, asks for J2G0.
Tho Qlovatornervlcoln the McCand
less bul)dUig.camo In for illicusslon.at
thd, meeting 'pf tho board or govern
ors ot thoiCommerclal, Club held yes
terday afternoon. It is' reported that
tno elevator , has a. bad habit pr slid
denly dropping a.story.or twoexeced
lng the spced.llmlt, tc r
The divorce case ot 13. C. Winston
and Mary Winston was on before
Judgo Robinson thls'mornl'ng and af
ter being beforo the court for an hour
and moro was continued until tomor
row morning In order' that, a letter
might be found 'to uVlntrbdtice'd-'In
Winston brings the suit alleging,
that his wife deserted him In July
1908, but the' testimony' of tho twq
principals on the stand was of a con
In his examination Winston stated
that1 he hachllved In Honolulu for 30
years, that IS' that this city had been
his home for that time although ho
Had been absent for periods" lie Is
now 63 years of 'age and during tho
tlmo he hasVe'slded In this 'city 'Mary
time he has resided In 'thW CltyMary
Winston has never lived with him ns
his wife. '
ilo said that ho had asked his1 wife
to lve with hm but that she had re
fused to do so ns (bey could not get
On cross-examination by Attorney,
Prosser, representing Mrs. Winston;
tho witness stuck to his story glyen
on direct examination.
Prosser and OIbou. had several live
ly spats during tho. cross-examination,
the latter objecting to tho In
troduction ,, of, Jin agreement dated
September T, 1904, 'between the but
band 'ahdWlfe' Iri.' whlfch they agrcrtd
to live apart. '' ' j
Mrs. Winston on iho, etanj testified
that she wanted to live with her hunt
band and had asked blm to tako.'hyr
homo with him, but that he had .re
fused 10 do. so, Baying tnat sue was nn
ignorant woman nnd that he cquld
not tojorqte her . I have nevor re
fused' to llyo' w'lth'lilm,"' she reterat-i
On cross-examination by 'Olson Mrs.
Winston said thai she and" her hus-
Jiand had not lived" together for nno
years. A letter purporting to have
been written" by bar bUBban'd In which
,1-e nikejl her to come and llye with'
bfm could not bo found and 'Mrs.1
j, 1 ..'. . ..
winsiop niu .not Know wnere 11 vas,
In order that a search might be mads
t)io, case was adjourned untl) tomor
row morning nt'o o'clock;
m Gitar Tranfcfri Co.
M' vJAS. H. i'OVE.
Tom Ouinn Auto Case
Should' End Sometime
Nearly all tho mornlrig was taken
up nt tho iiollco t-nurt by the Tom which occurred on Decoration Day on
Qulnn automobile accident case. Tho . ,,, ,, , ,. , , ,..,
if... ... .. , ,i one or the 1 nns lend tig out of Oali-
ilcfcnso put on Jour witnesses who nil , , . .. ., , , , , . -
testified to having seen or hoard ,lnnd to th mtlh ln wlllch two wore
something of tho smash. 1 killed nnd soma forty mnrs were In-
John Wnlkcr stated that ho had Jb'ed so badly that n number of th'fcm
heard tho crash and had gono to tha are not expected to live, Motormau
sceno of tho accident. He nlso said C. A..Chrlstcnscn was ono of tho vlc-
that ho had seen a water buffalo on Ums.-ho having both of hi feet cut
tho road. Ho did not seo tho accldeht .,a( 'the-'shoctops, tho result of
T' ""' k,,ow,n01 ;,UR n,oro "Vi'lch caused'hls death at 2 o'clock
affair. Tho next witness, was JJ-jlI, t .t " 1 .. 1
Plcrco who saw tho automobile paw - thc -sam,s (crnoon- !,
him nnd then heard tho crash ns It hit ' M0 ChrWttnscn was nt ono .tlmo n
Iho' wngon. - , 1 motornian ''on the Rnpld Transit In
Lieutenant Ilurchfleld, who .wngi. n, .tlilsi city, .serving for u long tlmo In
pasrenger In 'Qulnn's automobile nt, tiiut capacity. Ilo also had n brother
tho time of tho accident, tratinni thqtYn 'the amo employ herk vA 'ToW
ho had telophono.1 to (Julnnuh Icomo yciiris. , ug0 iey Loth reJE,lcd .ad
out to his house and Uko nlmto tho V'toHhe coast, where" they took
skating rink whero n Mrahpn mco, , ,.he.. f cmploylncnt. .
was being skated. Ho got In homn. J$ I.-ns wMl liked
emtio anil sat on uie.lront, snat ion, . . i"" : " 7, ,- , " . ,,'
Qulnn's left. On lanff atrcet'iQulim ataong tho' cmploy.cs of the, Rtipld
slow.ed down his ruri u .-hack i:a'nlTran',ll 'here, 'arid his' BUddi'm.taklng;
out on tho road from Pllkol. stfoct.
Thnn shnrltl- nrtorwnnla n u.ntfi .llllf.
falo appeared right In front of tho
nuto nnd for somo distance "kept- run-, '1IIP CM IflV
nlng along In frontjntid slightly to.tho AlTIU 'tWilill
right. After proceeding sonin'ynrds j, i ' ' -,
the animal turnedto thn left antlj , .- TflUnilRflU MIftHT
Qulnn, to avoid running Into tho beast, J UiUUll .llU II ll lUIl 1
also turned nnd rit onco hit n w.agon.' .""r . ,' ' " ") . ti;.V-' ',!'
which up till that.mpmcnt witness Jiad'j In coiajnamorn ting, Iff 0 TiynWy
not seen. .anniversary ot their benefactor, thn
Private Darclay, who also wafi nj niombora ot !;ho knmrhamoha
passenger In tho autnmobllo, testified ! Alumni Association will give nn en-
that ho was In .tho rear seat and ho
corroborated Lieutenant' Ilurcliflold'H.
Tom Qulnn wag tho .next , witness,
and ho tald a B(ralght forward story
01 now 110 nnu pjcxeii up uis luiur in nas uecn prepared o 1110 rnmmii'
Walktkl,;and had'lv'de'l'at a mod- tco, There will also bo reff op
erate rate of shc'tdalbng Kalakaua ments during the rendering of jthe
nvenuo' to King strmrt. t ,Hnf stated -program. It is urgently requesleu
that hla passenger hail nakpd.hlm to that all the tons nnd daughters Jif
speed an as I16 wn,lhlo,for.tho,.Hknt- 'Kamchameha nttend nnd enjiiy n
lng ra't'e,,but ljuliw Said he did not do pleasant fcvenlng.
so as he did not want to get Into any I , m ,
Witness swore that It was a rainy, HARP A JJ rflRPUS
nlcht."nnd that it wai- illrflcult to seo, HflULflU' UUI1I UU
any distance through his wind shield
as tha water had mado it misty; no,
iiowovor, kept "going at n speed of from
ien 10 nitocn in. rsau nour,.anu wnen
near tho Oahu Flower .garden saw n
rator buffalo ntnnlng along In front,
01 mm. iu- 1.101. i u,. u .u u,.ur ..
while tho animal turned to ts left.
Qulnn ,to avoid running Into tho bur-,
falo, at. onco also turned his earn
little tho next moment he ran Into
tho wagon which ho hh'd not scon bo-
roro. Ho hail put on nis urcaKS nnn ,ho Mntenco hcln.. s,lven ,1Idor tn9
shut oft his gasoline and Ilo did not ,ndetcrmna,0 provlso
hit tho wagon a very hard blow Ho six months was the mini
got out of his machlno nnd did not .,, ,,., ,, ,,,. .,, ,. ,. ,
see any nntcrn at first A little tlmo
aRcrwhrds some ono picked up tho
lamp and remarked: 'Hero Is tho
On cross examination, Qulnn said,
that ho saw no light, nor did he sootum uo lojran,
the wagon till he hit It. If he hail" " hold In Jail for tho
, , , -. . ten years unless, tho board Of prison
seen tho wagon he would have' pre-1 ,..,,, eo flt t0 pMOta ,,,,.
fdred to have hit' the buffalo Instead ', ori)er t0.ge, frce n pf,mnn j,, ,
o ftho vehicle. . i.Uo mado to- Iho baard and that body
Roth the prosecution nnd defenso
then rested nnd Judge Andrado con-
tlnued the case till tomorrow ,mortt
In gfor n'rgument by counsel .
TENNIS GAMES .
This morning n number '.otJaltirri
tlons were made In regards to tho
drawings for the progressive tennis
tournament, and tho corrected list Is
as follows!'' Deretanla No. 1 "coiiri d
SUero and Sjnglehurst vs. Wall and
Partner; increta'nia NO. 2 court Dcnto
and' Nolan vs. Cuiiha nnd Richards';
Deretanla IJo.,,3 V)aiirj-Wlrciwell and
Maciftiay vs. fttrfcWs(or thd Cnst'
JolghbOfhop, court No. 1 WaWr-,
Jioiise,' and Sinclair vs. rVhflcJiiBfiit
McKepvOr; 'felghtiprhqod jo. Vfgurt
-.Coiilns and 8climldr;vM."Wllbur'ii'nil
Turner. Pacific c'onrt No.. 1 kjnstla
nnd Nowell vs. I?k.land. and' Godfrey.
Tli. tni.rt,fl,rtnYi uflll Vin ntl flnlalin.l
,n,'in Hi..,nnB .Inv.lflhn wenllinV nr.
mllsi nnd'lt'wlll bs Interesting to ree
how Atherton IllchhrdsCunha shapa
up. against Nowell nnd Castle If they
happen to meet ;ln tho final.
1 Petition ha8r,baen.u1d for tho trans
fer to tho, clrcujt court of the case of,terest,
11. 1. Mills ngainsi i.iuuui muiuiuwo
ank of Hawaii gar-
ar-DULL'tiflN AD8 PAV-TJ
Both Feet Severed In
In the horrible "trolley Par accident
off, ''. sincerely rergetted , by. nil, here
wh'O 'khlW 'b'tm".1' '' I
tcrtnlnment tomorrow evening In'
their clubhouse, on Fort street, nt
8 o'clock. In Iho early part of the
evening tho Invited guests, will be
treated to a musical program, which'
Tll0 w, of iaboag , hnnOit
,, .. Arh, ,,:, ah,.,, n...
ry tu brlngthe ,j0(lyof Klma lllta c0.lrt
wn8 ,8mlMcll by judgomoblnson this
nftcrnoon nniI Klma rcman.led to thc
CU8t0()y of ,ho h,Bh Bh ,
Klma wag 8Cntcnce(l, ,prl!I0n b
, a n olt on Novpmll ,, ....
for wn ofr thQ ,,; of Qn0 30
' - ' , ., . Und (h .
siatlvo IaT nf jpoa the court may
impose a j. minimum sentenco wlil'cJv
shall not be more than tho maximum
sentence allowed, which 'in thls.caso
may parolo tho prisoner for n period,
of six months, nftcr whlcji ho may iu
discharged from custody,
It, Is understood (hut a petition has
already .been predated to tho board,
ror tho paroip or tiju, prisoner.
1 . o ' u-: 'u i,v . t m
Papers .In tho appeal of tho Joct-
ment case brought by 11. II. Makekp.u.
I against S. Kane ct nl wero -ccijlvpd
py (no ttuprciue uouri uiipy iroui,
,Tho plalntlft,,ln jho case Js (ho 'Cll
known senator fjiih H!p and the np
plaintiff and LuUloird'JaliJ-an'Ith mil
W. iTiVRawlinB r'ehrcsuiftjljio d'o'fcud-
R. A. tiiirjcan, wlo jinjii been III
)r some' time, 'anU'!llias'leeu In tho
ueon's ilosplthi f or', twd-'or three
Queen's Hosplt'nl tor', twd
dayB. 'has been slowly sinking, and
at II o'clock tills ufte'rnoon was re-
iPOrted to be dying. MV DllliCOn
llell "' HIco' of clly and county
fd 'analyst. y
' ' ' - " J
me ynay niimucr 01 me raraiuse 01
tho Paclflo appealed .today. Articles, j
on Mexico and Illustrations are of In
Joinder In demurrer was filed today
bsjjttiejplaintlft fn the case of Miller
Salvage Company versus M, E. Ham-,
"mend; ' I
is. made.. by Iho .cpfijndaiits f.om
decision, tit .ihoi iowo'AJpanrt.
andlnvfiPatc, Sttur.ui's fur ha
iT, ARRIVED . DEPARTED i I
.1-1 llmm 1 , .... mim. .. I , '- - - . . U , .. t.
Thurcdav., Jtfni 9.' i
Hawaii and Mniil" pbrlsCIaudlno',
slmr.. n. m.
Kaunl ports NnMit, stmr,, ft. m,
t VE8SELS TO ARRIVE. "7 I .
Manila. Hongkong vln Japan ports
Siberia. P. M. S. S. -
1 Saturday, June ,11,
Hllo via -way jiorts iMattna Ken,
. Sunday, June 12.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnait, ctmr.
I - : - 4,
WATERf-RUNT NOTES I
AFTRR APAS3A013 oronc him
Hred and t'wchty-ftvo dayB U10 Ame
rican ship 15. M. Phelps has arrived at
Philadelphia with n fnlf shipment of
Hawaiian sugar. Tho vessel sailed
from Honolulu on' February 12th tak
ing n largo shipment of sugar. Tha
Phelps Is Bometlmes, referred to In
shipping circles ns tho "whlto ghost"
and ' sho cam down to thn Islands
from Puget Sound, bringing ballast
TODAY'S ARRIVALS Included thn
steamer Kcatihou from Knual ports
ljrlnglng,3S.l sacks, sugnr nnd n quan
lit of "suniiricj. Tho vessel rejiorts
Iho. Bcq)non Npcaii at Hanalcl and tho
Klnaunt iVnlmea at (he tlmo of leav
ing tliOHO. ports for Honolulu,
; . ,u'a f
a JTHlj,RT1F,AjMFfR lU has arrived
from .Kanal porlH with n shipment nf
b:M sacks nt sugar nnd n uumher of
cwun nnn ucck parsnKcrs, . j p. j v-.
scl met wiin.moiicrpie, trades nnu seas
on tho return, voyage.
. .1 . ,VM 'i
H. ,ILnKi;EI.t) and Qompany. the
local agents fqr iho Pacific Mall liner
China havAChccji.ndvlscd'thnt Iho vcs
ett sailed from r,Tjkr)hhia yesterdny.
,Tho China Is ituQ.jp nrrivo hero on or
nbont Juno, 18lh.
r '. ,'
,THE. STRAAtER Llkcllko will bo
dispatched for'Honokaa, Paauhau and
Ooknla at l-flyo a'cloclcthls evening
taking general cargo, to Hawaii ports.
TH5 AilRIUCAfJ schooner Camano
sqjteii for tno Sound .this morning.
iiiq vessel has.uiciiargcii n Hinpmeni
ot Jumbcr at ho-,porL
j ifw .'
THE 'LITTLE VI8I,AND coasting'
steamer J. A. Cummins sailed for
.windward Oahu, ports early this morn,
SUOAR FROM Kami ports arriv
ed at tho jiort by. tho Inter-Island
THE SAIL1NO of tho Matson Navi
gation steamer WllhclmTna from Ban
Francisco at noon yesterday Is an,
nonnced,. f 1
""" IN .FOREIQN VoRT " I
KAHULUI Sailed June 8: Sch. Uor'
alls, 'for Aberdeen.
Today In Referring To
1. Andrews Actions
"Theroi'Is ono luwyer on the de
fense whose conduct during parts of
the trial angered me," said County
Attorney 'Catheah this morning in
.aildresslng tho Jury In tho Wong
Cha.w cato. ' '
''This man wt th,oro sntlllng, or
what he thougjit was smiling, dur
ing 'the examination pf Witnesses,
and podding' Ills head nt 'the nn
swersglveh. 'I may be 'getting
pee v luit In my old age, ljut 'I don't
believe that man lCas the iiroper
conreptl6u of the Ulgnlty nf hls.'pro
fosslop, the Importance of 'this case',
the .djghljy of this court or the
commdn sense of you "jurymen, to'nct
In that manner, ills actions' were
nlnied qt the jury, apd that ipay go
lp other countries, but not here be
foro 'a Jury 'of men ,wlthv some coin
moil sense,"" '
Cqthcnrt's dehtinclatlon was di
rected at Lorrlu Andrews, who ap
peared for ono of tho defendants.
Inos' .address to the Jury" ho call
ed nttentl.on forcibly td the per
jured testimony glvon y tlje wit,
nesses who said that they djd not
.kjnpiv tjie man was stabbed, .and
then, with a sweeping, gesture, took
f'rpm a bundle the clothes of tho
(Jead man and threw them piece by
piece 011 tb,e ftoor,.nt the feet pf tho '
jurymen, each garment having drlou
bipod stains '011 It an the Bl'flrt
being rtiatted with dried blood.
J.utge (Jooper began hlsj charge, to
the jury at 11;1E' and at. 11I4C the
sy.DUL'LETIN Ap8 p'AY-
-j -r . -, . ..... ..I, .,1,
Wednesday, untLl, ,;
Uaual ports Jwalnul, tjinffi p.
Portland, Ore. llercutefi, Nor. stmr.,
c:30 p. m.
- Thursday, Jiine 9,
Pugot Sound, ports Cnmanrt, , Am
scK n. m. W " A
Windward Oahn port JW. Chrh
Jnlns, a.. m. ... .,.,
VESSELS TO DEPART " ''
(Thursday, June 9,
Honokaa, Pnnnhau 'annOoVnia'
Llkcllko, smr., G pr m,' " I '
'.Friday, June. ',10.(M -t
Kohnlalelo, Kukalau, J.nupahochno
and Papaaloa Maol, ,slmr noon. ,
Hawaii nnd .Maul ports Clatidlho,
ktmr., r, p, m. ,-A ' ,,
Saturday, June, II,
Ban Francisco Siberia. P, M. S. S.
i ' ,v'J j,
I P88ENaER8 ARRIVED-' J
Per stmr. .Ciaudjn9",,frqmi;lfawail
nnd Maul ports, Juno 9. A, C, Xfex
under, J. A. Com'lis, Mrs. A. F, Jndd,
'Mrs. K. Kitu, Wm.'Scarby, Mr. J. Per
ry, K. F. Aguiar, P. Aklm, Miss II.
Johnson, Mrs. J. W. S. Mnrshnll.tMrs.
.1. A. Tnttle. A. K. Arnold, Mrs. Arn
old, K. K. Cooke, J. Plunkctt, Miss J.
Perry, Toni Fook, Wong Kong, jr.' He
go, N. Nichols, Oco.- K'dwards, ,Mrs.
Abby, Miss Rail, Miss M. Ixiwe's, Miss
Yutos, a J. Schocning, if. A. Sulllvnn,
It. W. Shingle, Rev. W.-8. Short a. F.
MrCrosson, li. J. lird, II. Duvauchel
le, R. O. Mnthesonir'F. 'Thompson,
Miss E. Darker, Miss M. Rarker. A. C.
Relmann .' f ' " . ' .
Per -smr. Maul, from Knual ports, V
Juno 0. Mrs. W. L Mamy, Mrs. M. A.
Fernandez, Mrs. W. Kruse.'Mrs. Chns.
Illnko, Mrs. J, 11. Morgan, Mlsa Mor
gan, W. Knmnhu, MIbs II. W. Nord
meycr. ' '
PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED I
Per stmr. W. a. Hall, for-Kaual
ports, June ,9. E. Franklng A, C. Al
exander, O. R. Hemepway, Ernest Oay.
I PA88ENQER8 BOOKED I
4 . ; 1,
" Per stmr. Clandlno for Maul nnd
Hawaii ports, June 10 Rev, W. n.
Ofscn, A. J, Gomez, Mrs, CJomer, MIbs
Ii Olhen, Mrs. T. C. Hofgaard. MIbs
fllbson, U Robinson, Mrs. K Bnrg-j
ner, Sergeant Harry. II. M. Chandler,"
Mm. ..Iiinkln. Mi Schultz, A. Ahu, 'JL
Keola, t, ItoMnson.
Per stmr. Clandlno, for Maul 'and
Hawaii jiorts, Juno 10, Hev, W, 11.
Olcsoii, Mrs. T'. C' Hofga'er, Mrs Olb
son, Louise Robinson, Miss Katherlno
Durgncr .Lahapa Amana Jllna
Schultz, Ahmoy Ahu, Moml Keola.
THE MATSON Navigation .stoamtr
Lurllno will sail for Kohulul about
nlno o'clock this evening for Iho pur
pose, of discharging p. quantity of
freight brought down 'from 8nn Fran
cisco, Tho YCSel Is, scheduled to depart-
for n return, trip to, tho coastat
8" o'clock: on tho. evening of jflno 13th.
There, nro but'few passengers booked
'for passago thus faK Tho 'steamer
will carry a Mil cargo. of sugar, plnefl,
bananas and other linos of Hawaiian
, , it; ,1 In
(THD ,8TJ3AMER CIAUDINB was
well crowded wlth'cabln and sbcorago
passengers upon arrival this triornlrig
from 'Hawaii and Maui ports. Tho
vessel brought ;argo Inclridlng 30
cords wood, ,30 head cattle 17 calves,
52 bundles scrap Iron, 65 crates pine
apples and 275 ,r packages' sundries.
Fair weather was met with on tho
hpmoward trip according1 to n r6poh
from-Purser Kibllng., (
THE LOCAL AQENCY of, tho American-Hawaiian
Una has been advised
ot tho .sailing of thdi freighter Mlssoji
rlan fiom Puget Sound portsatul thit
vessel, should, arrive.' nt Honolulu on Or
about Jitpo lCth.' The' MIssourlan ts
bringing' oxtenslvb'shlpnionts, of Nejv
York 'freight by' tho way of Tchuante
pec, Sallna Cruz, .8an IVanclsco and
Portland. ' '
I THE ;INTER-ISLAND slcftmer .Mr.fil
has been placed on tho liorth to yall
for tho iwrts or Kohalalele, Kuknlau;
I.aupahoehoo nrjdv papaaloa at tiooh
tomorrow, Th'Bj vessol haB boc.j cov
ering tho Kauai run of the W. Q.
Hall during the renoyatpn nnd rc
palrs of tho Garden1 Island liner.
' "" T jl
(JENERAJi AOENT- Percy Morso.
representing tho American-Hawaiian
I.lnont thlB port left yesterday forftt
business trip to Hawaii. Ho nalle.1
by tho frolghter Mexican which di
parte'd for Hllo yesterday 'attornooji.
,Mr.' Morse will returi tp Honolulu on
;, , r
KAUAI BUOAR awaiting, Bhlpmcnt
nt the- tlmo of departure of tho steam
or Maul for Honolulu concluded tho,
following shipments:. IC S. M. 2150,
M, A, K. 48,499, McR. 23,333; V. K.
5050. K. P. 8060..M. S, Co. 5400, IC 8.
Co. 2500, II. M. 1692, O. F. 25,090, L.
THE CLADDINE towed tho Ame
rican, schooner Borealls out from tho
.port oft Kaiulul yesterday lafjernoon.
Tlio vessel la bound for ,th'e! uooaat,