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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 4, 1911.
Ori'iintc- Second Hearer.
I Iici iiIIiiii .Second Degree.
Honolulu Tlilnl Degree.
l.rl Alnlni flinnlrr n. 3
All visiting inemiien ol tin
Orlfr ure cordially Invited to
"C" fl -ipnfings of local loilf
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
Rt K. P. Hall
7:30 1'. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' ." S"M .'..' i
vSKEFICIAL A?$n,!ATI0H. nation, cor.
flAWAHAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knlghtii ot
Pythias Hall. ViBltlns brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
H. F03T15U, Sachem.
' E. V. TODD, C. of It.
(nONOIUIII AE1UE, HO, F. 0. E.
Meets an the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evimlngs of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of 1' Hall, corner
(Irretanla mid Fort streets.
' Visiting Kaglca are Invited to at-
v ili;o A DAVIS AY. I.
WM V. Mcl'OY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODQE, GIG, B. P. 0. E.
i Honolulu Lodgo No. 610. 11. P. O
CIVs, meets In tbclr hall, on King
Btreet, near Tort, evory Friday ve
nlng. Visiting Ilrothers are cordially
.invited to attend.
J A3. D. DOUOHEUTT, H. R.
; Gno. T. KLUKQUU Sec.
t WM. KcKIHXEY LODQE. NO. 8,
r k. of p.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
' 'evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ueretania. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
V. V. KILHICY, C. O.
E. A. .IACOI1SON, K. It. B.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Agents For .
K- ' NGLEN00K W NES
We i deliver to any part of the
, Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Milton and Parsons
Elite Building Hotel Street
Clias. R,. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kin? St.
King ana Bishop Streets
ARE YOUR BILLS FOR FUEL
TOO HIGH? It tosts nothing In
oil, uaH or other fuel to heat your
bath vlth u SUN HEATER. It
combines comfort with economy
Write today for prU J of Sim
Jlciiters to WARREN D. CRAW,
Dox 509, 'Honolulu".
BULLETIN AB8 PAY-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $1 per hour, fowls Stables.
Try ii c.iso of l'ltii'clur. it Is imro
Tourist ri'incmticr Ibo Anchor Cu
rln Saloon has tho beat of liquid re
freshments. Willi, Nichols Co, I.ld, have ii lluu
lino of l.ister cuds from 3 for u cents
to 50 cents cncli.- Don't miss seeing
Pay cash nurt ask for green stnmi'S.
Tboy'ro free Call at tho show rooms
and sco wlint you .get free for
(lot our clothes made to jour own
measure nl rcnily-mado prices by
Geo. A Martin, Ktiplolmit llldg. Sulla
$20 and up.
Tim oJllce' of the wireless Is open
every day except Huiidas from 7 In
Hie morning to 5:30 In the nftcrnoon
and on Sunday mornings fiom 8 to 10.
Harry Allen, n hablluiil druukard,
nan sent to Jail tills morning by Judge
Ljiuei, for ten days. Allen was con
victed fur getting drunk nbout eight
I.lnii, a Portuguese, was discharged
bv District Judge Lmor this morn
ing Leon Cliln, a Clilnnimin, swore
out a warrant ngalnst Lino for ns
sinilt mid batteij'. ' .
Ii Smith, who hit a Jupaneso lu
ilie f.ue. was scutcnctM to jiay n lino
of J I.' and costs of court Hmlth ad
mitted tliat ho hit tho Japnneso be-
ative he called lilm uncomplimentary
(Continued from Page 1)
yet flgiiio prominently in the strain
oil labor tdtU'itlou here
That tho Interests behind (ho rhnr-
ier or mo senator and the I'malllh
mo oxpecliiiK to nllr.iet u number of
tho expected Portuguese U a foregone
conclusion or local shipping men.
Tho prterie sulled from Fimchnl
on Kchruarj 25. Somo weeks later
sho was rcpoited by cablo as having
called at Puenta Arenas for orders.
It Is predicted that ir the Ilrlllsh
steamer has a plentiful supply of
coal, sho will inako rnlrly good time
after leaving the Straits of Magellan
and llieiefoic should bliow up off tho
port within the next fortnight. On
tho other hand, If tho Orterle Is In
need of additional fuel, her llmo of
nrilvnl may be itponed for another
Tlio Senator lias been steaming nt
tho rato of about 200 miles n day since
her depaituro fiom Ban Francisco on
Inst Tuesday afternoon. At this, rate'
of speed the Pacific Coast steamship
should arilvo at Honolulu on or nbout
Thuisday, though sho may show nn
earlier. At tho tlmo llio Senator skip
per was In communication with the
America Mnru sho was tanking bo
iweeu cloven und twelve knots per
Tho prospect of u walling ship, pre
pared in neeoinmodulo ono thousand
passengers confronts the pi inters
wllh the arrival of tho Wolr rrclghtor
wltli her fifteen hundred European
RAPID TRANSIT BILL
(Continued from Pago 1)
Tho amendments us H."Svliolo will
not depart materially from Iboso that
hae been dlBcusjcd, neenrding to
what could bo learned today fiom
memlieis or Hie Houso coiuiiijlteo. A
ten-mliiiilo tcliedulo on all Existing
lines and u iimlmum faro or flvi
tents aio spoken or us two nniendincnU
llkelj to lie Insisted on. It Is further
intimated that tho iiincniiinents r.ug
geslcd by llio Icglslatiio committeo
of the city's commercial hojlos, giving
the Territory or City of Honolulu tho
light to puichase tho plant In 102")
will be recommended by llio Houso
committee Tio exact plan for a "cor
poration lax" or dhlslon of recelots
between tho cumpuiiy and Iho Terri
tory has not been decided, although
tho inmpany's offer ot two nnd one
half of ono per cent, with tho bonus
of tho bJiuo pencnlago from l'.il7 to
1019, Is fuvoied by toiuo of tho nicm-
nem. necoidlng to- report.
At any rate tho commltlco'a IdeuB
on 1)io Rapid Transit frauchlso w'lll
prob.ibly In. forthcoming In n day or
two and then 1ho i ublle can gain u
dellnlio lde3 i jtlMt what form the
bill is fliiall before tho Houso for
New Mouldings have just been
unpacked for handsome Picture
We do Framing artistically and
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
I When you want to
Wo h.ivo the riaht wanoni nnd the right men.
City Transfer Co.,
Jss. H. Love
SENATOR COMING 10 tAPtl .
Wirelessed Captain Stevens of America Mam That He Had
Taken Place of Captain White Japapese Liner Brinys
Several of Prominence Hawaii Liners Depart With Fair
Sized Passenger Lists.
The P.icllle Co-isl steamship Sen
ator, with Captain Ooorga II. '.eh. n
new master on llio hrldgo Is rapidly
Hearing the Hawaiian islands, nnd u
wireless recoiled last night Ihruiigh
tho To)o.ilscu Kulslui liner Auieilei
.Mnru, gau Iho H'usel's PofIIIoii us
well us the vxpectullonu for an caily
Hut u oiy sliort tlmo befoio Iho
K.llllng of the Senator fiom San Fran
cisco on her unusual mlssluu to Iho
Hawaiian Islands, Captain C. 11.
While, who had been associated with
tho Senator us sklppor for somo tlmo
past declined to proceed with tho uj
sel to Honolulu and Captain Clcoigo
it. .en, n scn-fnilng man who has
been Ideutllled with tho steamship
ijucen was placed u command.
From advices received thiough Hi"
Aiucilta Maru, whlcli while not ha.
Ing tassed tIiQScnntor hunt lu touch
with her lluough wireless, tho steam
er which Is soon to urrvo hero for
Iho purposo of taking nh'iut u Ihou-
band pastengcrs Am Iho JCoithwest Is
well jailen with (iruvltiluiiH and coal.
It Is piosunied that tho owners real
ized that somo obstructions might be
placed In the way or tho vessel, her
master nnd agents while nt Honolulu
Tho Senator Is believed to carry sur
Ilclcnt fuel for tho round Irln from
tho coast and allowing for u lay over
hero for coiiblderablo length.
Thomas Hlley, was has'llly euiii
nioncd to tako command of tho Quoen
when tho former master was sent to
tho bridge or tho Senator.
Tho greatest secrecy was maintain
ed by agents lor the Senator while
preparations wcro going forward in
San Fruncltco. Several olllcers from
Iho America Mnru visited tho ship
then in port and u general Impression
was glicn out that tho Senator wni
being picpjied to engage. In u rapid
transport of troops between San Fran
cisco mid San Diego.
Hiidely constructed bunks that will
nccmmnod.il o over ono thousand poi
sons have been lilted lu Iho between
decks of tho coasting slcaiper. It U
licleied tluit wien Iho rca mission
-tif tho ics'scl w as 'mlplo known, then
It was that Captain Vh!b refused to
contlnimruither lu tho senlee. II U
further stated that Captain While Is
more or less fully conversant, Willi the
trials and trlliulutlons of one of the
iKuiar uoats which coino years
called at Honolulu for laborers.
Skipper Zeh, s saldbv shlniiiiii:
men to bo well culpped o buck miist
any old kind of opposition. Ho wa'
iiio mnsier in cnargo or llio alctiuiblilii
tjuceii when tmt vest el caught (lie
i no oen.iior is uoiioiccl t ocairy biif
e.f. Captain Zeh has already braved
thu terrors of llumo and doliigo, and
he Ih llioiighl to bo well prepared to
meel wth thp opjipslug forei-s niar-
liiillcd by Iho Hawaiian Planters In
an endeavor to prevent the recruits
taking pasbago for tho cpast in tho
Foreign Bottoms Carry Coal for U. S.
There. Is still n cdnsldcrnhlo iimn
tlly or coal belonging to Mho United
Stales Koiernifiont slored nt the i,ov
eral yards at Honolulu. However, a
number of chntcm' havo lately been
eitcred by tho Federal government
nngHovcriil Hlcamcra havo been ilxod
Tor Apill Inadlug There Is u posbl
blllly that ono or mqro may bo d)vei
cii lo Honolulu iavii station.
Tlio list lncUidcs llio big Norwejilan
Bteamcr lljornsljcrno Iljoruson, 32.ril
tons: tho -now lliltlrli Hleainor Amu
01 buii ions ilciidwelglit nnd two
, i-hn . ' '' "t l iiiirruon lino
or fi.,iin tons each ile,-ulwelghf Tho
BJorslJerno Iljornsua brought coal
W. C Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty.'
( Mont Rourje Wines
Solo Agents Mumpi's Champagne
, ( Schlitz Beer ""M
ZEH READY FOR THE FRAY
fiom Iho Atlantic lo tho Coast last
year, and later loaded grain at Port
land for Ihiropo. Sho has) been llxpl
for coal at $.02. The new llrltlsli
steamer Aina Is (o get Iho snmo rule,
Tlio two Ilrlllsh Meamcrs of tho Har
rison Heel gel a rale of SO.OS. Tho
Omit Ik-Id mid two Strath steamer
have also been chartered for till
Hllonlan Drenched With Spray.
Dicuclied with spray which ut limes
Hooded her bridge, the Maisoii Navi
gation bteamcr lllloiilan arriving at
Seattle "5 CBtei day is said to havo ex
pcrlenccd the niiighcst dip up to tho
coast In many months. According to
cables tho vessel reached Puget Sound
fiom Sun Francisco with a fair sized
cargo. Captain Peterson, tlio young
master of tlio Hllonlan who has now
completed his first loiind trip In that
vessel staved vviili tlio bildgo dining
all tho long period of rough weather.
Ills eves wcto In had bliapo on arrival
at Sail I'laiietsco us n result from, tho
del ago of salt spray. 'Tlio Hllonlan
is capectqd to iiitIvc nt .Honolulu on
or about Apill 17..
Several Windjammer. Change Hands
Foreign. EhlppliiR,ndvlces report the
sales of sorcial sailing vessels, among
which aro somo that havo figured pro
inliieutly In shipping on tho coast.
Till, lliltlsh ship Celtic Chief has been
sold to Norwegians for Jlfi.fiOO. Sho
was foimerly eonimniided by Captain
Tim Jones, who was on tho Coast last
lu Iho Ilrlllsh haik Klldal'.pu. Another
vessel recently changing hands Is tho
rour-niasted Ilrlllsh bark California,
formcily thu Waller 11. Wilson. Sho
Is now en roulo from Tncnrltlla for
Falmouth, ami Is sold subject to sufu
nrilvnl. She brought $20,750. Tlio
Norwegian InrU lllrglt, formerly Iho
llrltlsli bark llelloiin, has been sold to
Waddon in from Newcastle.
With 1709 tons Australian coal from
Newcastle, N. 3. W., tho Ilrlllsh
freighter .Waddon Is nn arrival at tlio
port. (Jiiplaln Darrctt icpoita u fair
trip up from Iho Antipodes. Tho
Waddon brought no mall or passen
gers. Tho vcsiiul will remain ut an
clii'f oil Iho inn t iiutH Thursday be
fore coining IiibIiIo us tho Norwegian
steamship .letliou Is at present ut the
Intcr-Iulniiil coal bunkers dltcliaig
Ing. 'llio Waddon brings fuel for thu
loea steamship company and will
Ihoreroio await tlio completion or tho
ask" or unloading tlio Norwegian
steadier. 'Wlillo llio lliitlsli freighter
KallothOveii hours ahead of' tho Jq
Ihou, sho met with contrary winds
dining a portion or tho trip which
hindered her passage to tho Islands.
Crook Off Tonight.'
Tho United Stqtqs nrmi' trqnsport
i;riiojv is in. uo iispaicue(i j;rr still
Fianclfico at eloycn q'clnck lonjglit
accurillng to tlio latest Intiiitlmiirijf
Ibo local uiiartermaster dcpaitineiit
Tho vosscl brought down n largo uh
Roitmcnl nf iersoii orfec.ts ioloiig-
ing to mo troops no;v ttnlloned lu
tho Islands and nt first It vvns bellov-
eit iiiisihsii1o In dispatch tlio Ironp
slilu lieforo tomorrow.
Tho Crook will carry tomo tvv
liuiidicd maiiiios, aul between fifty
and sixty cabin pnsaengors.
Tho postoilico will forward u mall
by Iho Crook.
Sierra Landed Malls Early Today.
i lio uceanie sloamslilp Hlprra-Willi
lh0 mall ror tlio inaliiland nrilvcd lit
ku i.-rliiiclsc(i ut (wo o'clock lhs
morning according to u c ihlo rccolVed
by tho local bihnch or tho Merchant'
Exchange. Tlio Mntson Navigation
steamer Wlllielniliin that sailed fiom
this pott rlcen tnlniitus btforo the
Slenn Is leiKirtcd to havo nrrlved at
the Callfotnli (irt nt EpveTu o'clock
Ibis mpriilng, llvo liours behind the
Oceanic Etoidner, While no race vvns
nllcmptcd between tho two vostels It
Is iimleislnod that each mado efforts
towards u trifle slioi lulling up of tho
time between Honolulu and San Fran
Ships That Pass In tho Night.
Tho Mntbon Navigation cteaiushlp
Hyad03 was a ililp that passed In
tlio night as that vosecI vvns reported
an having passed to tho southard ot
this Island nbout six o'clock last
evening, evidently proceeding rrom
llllo Hiid Mnul Kits to Illeelo. Tho
llnilcs Is gatlierlng up n ahlpment of
sugar at various isiinls In tho group.
Her caigo Is destined for San Fran
Mlssourlan Jo Sail thlj Evening,
The" A'lnerlc.in-Hawnllnn" freighter
Mlssourlan s ope of tho vessels which
will snll for Island perls tills even
ing, Iho steamer being advertised lo
get aw ii at llvo o'clock. Tlio Mls
sourlan will take on sugar nt Knann
pall, !iihuli! nnd llllo Hailing rrom
tho latter part for Salln.i Cnlz with
about faclvo thousand tons sugar fn.-
transhipment lo New York.
Tourists Olf for the Volcano.
Taking a nimbcr of lourlstn who
will visit tlio rhrlne or Madam Pele.
llio Inter-Island llngsblp Mliiinn Km
sailed sboitly nfter leu o'clock this
moinlng for llllo by Ibo wny or Is!
and ports. Tho steamer left with it
fnlr complement or cabin and deck
passengers wnuc lu ino pnid was a
miscellaneous assortment of cargo,
Dlx to Sail Thursday.
Affording In tho present calcula
tions tif tho local quartermaster Io
partmeul tho United States army
transport would io illspal'eljeil ror So
attlo'on Thursday. The coal Is being
discharged fiom llio transpoit nt a
rapid rato but It has been round Im
possible to dispatch the vessel at an
Enroute with Nrw York Cargo.
Tho Aincrlcan-llaw.yian rrclgliler
Alnsknn with trans-shipped cargo
troni New Yoik lias arrived nt San
Franclsci). Tlio vessel Is to proceed
lo Puget Sound ports nnd tbenco
down to Honolulu. Tlio Alaskan ar
rived at tho California port oster
Honolpu Makes Slow Passage.
it was a Klow.pasage mado from
liana to San Francisco by' tho Ame
rican lumber schooner Honolpu. Tlio
vessel snlled from tho Mnul port on
March 7th and Is icportcd by cablo
to havo arrived at San Francisco on
Siberia to Bring Big Cargo.
A cnhlo received nt the agency of
11. Hackfeld nnd Company announces
Iho tlcparturo or Iho Pacific Mail
steamship Siberia from Yokohama to
day with fifteen hundred tons Orien
tal cargo for Honolulu. Tho agents
aio ndilscd Hint Ibo vessol can ac
commodate sixty additional cabin pas
Fcngers fiom this iKirt. Tho Siberia
should nirlvq hero on or about April
Tho Unltoil Slates in my transport
Sherman sailed from San Francisco
nt noon today according to advlco3
received hero and that vessel Is bring-!
ing (town nmong other military pas
hcngers for tho Ulnnds Major Archl
bald Campbell of the coast artillery
corps, uctlng adjutant 'general, 'who
nns been ordered to. Hopo!iilu,':uVAd
Jiitant or Iho District ot Hawaii
The Sliqrman Is not no very licavl
ly loauetl Willi militant pabsengcts
and ris far an Is known tho vessel
will nrtlvo hero on or about April
12lli enrouto to tho Philippines with
about 000 casuals and foiiitecu offi
cers pf Iho Aimy. Navy and marlno
corps. Among llio olllcers who su
cured accommodations on the vcsbcl
Illigadler-dcncral fleoigo S. Anier
soii, recently pipinolcd from Iho tank
of Colonel of Cavalry and ordered to
uniy in me Philippines division; Lieutenant-Colonel
A. D. Kulskcrii, com
missary department; Major II. I,,
It'ipi.cvolt, marlno corps, detached' as
nsslstant to tho deixit nuaitcrmastor
lu this elly ami iprdercd to the Philip
pines Ililgudlcr as ipiarlcrmnbter; Ma
jor t. u. Keieher, u pnyniastor, or
dered rrom llio Department or Hi"
l,akca to tho Philippines division;
l.leuleniint-Cominniiiler V. S. Jackson
nnd I.lnutennnt K. Whltclioad, It. S.
N. ordered Jo llio naval Mntlon nt
Manila; Captain P. !. Smllh, Nlna
toontli Intantry, rctuinliig to his eom
iiiatul; Caplnln J. F. Coslullo, l'hlllp
pluo Scouts, rctilrulug from leavo;
Captain K. A. 'Ames, Philippine,
Scouls, rctiirnlpg fioin leave; Lieu
tenant J. T. Donnelly, j;igith Cavalry,'
lo Join regiment In tho Philippines;
Second I.ieuicnanls C. Klch Perry
and F. :. Ilnuiy. Pliillpplna Scouts,
reccnlly appointed from civil life and
otilcred to Join commands. Second
Lieutenant F S .Clark, coast nrlllldry
corps, Joining company at Foil Mills.
PAltSONS At Kaplolnnl Mntornlty
Hoinp, Honolulii April 2, 1011, to
Mr. and Mrs. PuVboiis, )i son,
M'fiUINNKSS In Pawttickct, Jthodo
Isliind, .March 10, Laura S., widow
Of Jnnies Mcdulnncas, nged 81
years, Deceased was tho mother of
Cdiaund Joliusou of Houdfulu. tt"
ACROSS THE BAR
"War wltli Japan? Well hardly,
with Ibo port of ammunition that wo
nro at present transpottlhg across tlio
Pacini-." laughed ono oflicor connected
vvllli tho America Mnru.
"We have neaily se'ven hundred
bat rets ot California wine In llio hold
of this ship, nnd to my notion thai
would Indlcato u pretty good llmo In
stead or real red Avarriirc.
"Then again nnother civilizing In
fluence In which tho America Maru
must be given j-redlt Is Iho fnct that
wo nio eanylng over three bundled
largo boxes filled with soap to a dirt
Hero lo remain until five o'clock
this evening before proceeding 'to
Japanese polls nnd Hongkong, the
"Utile While Yacht" belter known
as the Too Klscp Knlsha liner Amc
ilen Mnru maijc an c.uly appearance
off Ibo port Jhls morning -and was
nlungsldo her wlmif by seven-thirty.
"Hiiesl bnrt of trip," declared Pur
ser Frank Cavaily, In rcsioiiEo to it
battery or queries.
Thnt tho America Maru Is popular
Willi Uiuso who onco trnvol lu her Is
ninply boriiQ out by the cancellation of
a half dozen layover applications bo
tofo tho steamer mado fast today.
Several persons who first signified
their Intention ot remaining 'over In
the Islands discovered (lint they would
havo to tako chances In traveling In
the' bigger Tcno 'Maru nnd decided
Unit Skppcr Sloycns, PurBer Cavurly
nnd "Doc"-' Scliiifriicr were pretty good
peoplo to travel with. Furthermore
passengers me not crowded on llin
smaller Japanese liners as they aro
on mo larger vessels. Thoro is nioro
Individuality, which to many spells
Four pabscngeiH lert-tbo vesscrat
Honolulu. Suvcrnl hundred sacks
mall nrilvcd. Thiough cargo for tlio
nasi includes u wldo range or mcr
chandisc. Thcru Is n nuaiilllv of cot.
toi nnd leather goods ror Japan, 1300
cases canned goods ror Shanghai, 250
packages of iigi'iciilturnl Implements
and CUD barrels or wlno ror Japan, .tlio
cases or soap ror China and shipments
or (an hark, .building paper and mer-
cuaiiuisc. jiiioiigii passengers iiiiin
her but 22 In the cabin, and IS Asia
tics In the steerage.
Joining tlio vessel lo sail nt five
o'clock this evening are 70 Asiatics
and about ono dozen cabin passen
gers. Among Iho through passengers who
spent n, very cujoynblo day In Hono
lulu were: Rcnr Admiral T. II. Slo
vens and wlfo (retired) on n visit to
Jnpan to view the Hinpcrors' Harden
Tarty, which lasts' trom April lCth'to
Mr. 'J. (inlllemlu nnd wire, ho Is tlio
iTcncn .Minister to Peiu, on n six
months' ncttloii taking tho tiaus
Slborl.in railway to Pnrls and thenco
to Peru. '
Mr. W. I'. Mitchell. Unionist Mora.
ucr or Parliament, Daitmoulh, Kent
Hnglnnd. In a business way connect
ed with tho great Kngtlsh firm or Sam
uel and Samuel, alwi a retlrod slili
builder, ho also hud something to do
wiin ino liuilillngg or the America,
Nippon and Hongkong Marus.
Mr. Otis A. Poolo "tho Tea Man"
of tho film pr Otis A. Poolo & Co.. nt
Yokohama. This Is Mr. Pool's firty
flnst trip to tho Orient, nnd ho nays
ho won't stop until (ho century has
Mnj. II. and Jlfss Ema St. Hoar
mo on it tour of Jnpan and expect o
return to the mainland on tlio S. S.
Toiio Mniu passing through Hono
lulu, Juno the 2nd. Mrs. St. Hoar is
tho sister of tlio Harmless von Turcko
now.vlpltlng In Honolulu. Mrs. St Hoar
Is widely known in Honolulu. Tlio
Huron and Ilaiuness von Turcko wl
accompany .Ms. anil Allss St. (Jonr
to tho Orient.
Mr. L-. "M. Wood is rounccled wllh
Ibo Department of Cntnnforco nnd In-.
hor ot tho Maniifacturca Department
and lij pn Ills wny (o Hongkong lo
Unity tho copdltlons In Hint conn
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
.Monilaj, April II.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, April 1: S. 8.
Asia, hence March 31. ''S
SAN FltANCISCO Arrived April 2:
Scbr. Honolpu, rrom liana March
7; ilk. Andrew Welch, henco March
7; H. H. Lurllnn, licuco March 25.
VICTOHIA Arrived. April 2: S. 8.
Makiirn, henco Mnrcli 27.
SAN FltANCISCO Arrived April 3:
S. S. Alaskan, from Sallna Cruz.
SUATTLIi Arrived April 3 S. B. Ill-
Ionian, from San l'runclsco.
II1I.0 Arrlvod prior to March 31:
Scbr. Caniiinu, from Pott (liimblo.
IIILO-Sulled March 31: S. S. Mox-
icin. for Sallna Cruz,
START WORK ON
A forco or workmen has com
menced tho widening of Nutiauii ave
nue and It Is predicted that Ifwill
not bo many days before thut thor-1
oughfiiro wll havo u uniform width
of fifty feet from a point near the In-'
tci'bcctlou of Judd street tu tlio Couu- ,
try Club. '
The work Is being undertaken by
(ho Cy pn'd County road dc,'pnrtmoiL
w g v F 1 T "il7ii' V ocr. rear.
Coriey Garage Automobiles
Meef All Inter-Island Steamers
Per T. K. IC. S. S. America Mnru.
horn Snu Francisco For Honolulu:
A. II. Tail, Mrs, J. U Iluck, Mfsa
Olive Oudcnrnth, N. (1. Harris, Mrs.
Harris. Thiough: I P, Flgueroa, (1.
K. Furncss, J. (Itilllcinln nnd valet,
Mrs. J. (lulllomlii mid maid, A. Kan
lor, S, Masldko, W. F. Mitchell, Otis
A. Poolo, Mrs N. St. Hoar, Miss Ii.
St.Klvar. Admiral T. ll.;st'olcn. Mm
T. II. Sicvens, Mrs. J. h'. 'lluck, II.
S. Sanford, Mrs, II. H. Sanford, Wil
liam (llplln, Charles C. Kolstcr, C. A.
Strain, I,. M. AVood.
I 1 1
I PASSENGERS DE'PARTED. 'I
IVr U. S. A, T. Sheridan, from Ma
nila for San Francisco 2nd Lieut.
Clarence W. Alger, Captain Carroll K
Armlst'cad nnd wlfo, 2nd Meat, Ku
geno V. Armstrong, Julian II Arnold,
vvllo nnd 2 foii, Mrs. (I. W. Heavers,
Jllnn R. liernhelm, wlfo and (bushier,
1st Lieut Waller O. Ilosvvell, Hnyinotid
It. Hovey, 'wife and son, Mlsa Virgi
nia Iloylc, 2nd IJeut.' Levi O. Ilrowii,
1st Lieut, lleniy T. Hull, Cntnlii F.
A. Cook, wire and i children, 1st LI.
H. II. Cole, wlfo and 2 children, Capt.
Thos. M. Corcornn, 1st Lt. lUilph 15.
Craven, Capt. Samuel F. Dallam and
wife. Col. Wm. II. Davis and wire,
Mrs. Hanson H. Kly, Lt. Col. Wulter
L. I'lnlcy, 2nd Lt. Klkln L. Franklin.
Walter Fraser, Lt F. I). Prcyer, wlfo
and clilld, Capt. Wm. J. Olnscoclt, 1st
Lt. Jnnies (locllio, Cnpt. T. II. Ilnek
er and wlfo. I,. (1. Hanks, Jr.. F. J.
Ilnrle, Col. Charles A. P. Hatfield and
wfo, Mrs. Marlon P. Hcaley, 2nd Lt.
Wm II. Hensloy nnd wife, 1st Lt. W.
F. Horrlnghnw nnd wlfo, Mrs. J. S.
llrnpn. 2nd Lt, James It. Hill, Amos
15. Huff, Mrs. Chnuncoy I). Humph
rey and child, 2nd Lt. Claude Do II
Hunt, Cnpt. Benjamin 11, Hycr, wlfo
nnd daughtor, 2nd Lt. Alexander II.
Jones nnd wire. Miss Hnnna A. Kal
Icm, 2nd Lt. Phlllpp J II Klcjil wlfo
mid daughter, Mrs. F. O. Knnhciifchuo
and son, Mnj. J. O. Waterman, wiro
mid daughter. Mrs. J. II. Woulnuugh
nnd 2 children. Miss ICnima Wooda,
Wm, K. Wlicadon, . W. Dawson.
Per stmr. Mniina Ken. ror llllo and
way ports, Apr. J. 3". Clrcavos, Miss
ICIllson, Jlrs. Fitzgerald, Miss Fitzger
ald, II. F. Damon, A. Mason, Mrs.
Hoffman. Mrs. Young, Jlrs, I L. Sex
ton, J. F. Woods, T, J. Lascy, F. F.
Peck, A. Ttuddlo. C. 15. Wright, It. It.
nigln, James Keopua, Sam Parker,
Jr., Itov. lt. 15. Smith, W. II. Walsh,
Mrs. Walslj, W. M. filtrnril. W. H.
Shaw, Mrs. Shaw, T. C. Soule. Mrs.
Sonle, M. Oross, Dr. J. N. Martin, W.
J. Cross, Mrs. Cross, J). 1 laughs. P.
(!. Hlley, J. 1). I.oveiibon, W, (Ireen, ,
Air. and Mrs. Judson, W. C. Asliton,
W. It. Hopk, W. Hull. W. flh-ilson,
Per stmr. Manna Iia, ror Komf and
Kail i)rl8, Apr. -1. J. (1. Smith, Mrs
Magoon, Thos. Todd, Mrs. Pierce, A.
P. Sheriell, F. C. Allicrtep, Miss Con-
ant, Mrs. J. M. Athciloii, Mrs. C. Slmr
son. Mis. Frcus, Mis. A. Alii, Certrudo
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, Apr. 10 Mrs. I. M Jncoby,
Capl mid Mrs. Clias, Chittenden, Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Kspy, W. M, Safford,
Mis. U H. Newell, Mrs. C. (1. Ilol
soii, Mrs. J. M. Young, Mr. and Mrs.
McICIwIn, Mrs. Morang, II. Lallirop,
II. Plemineii. Mr. and Sirs. A. T. Her
man, Mrs. L. Unfiled, Mr. and Mrs.
!'. A. L'oiieland, Mrs. L. W. Osborne,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II, Day, Mr. and .Mrs.
15. P. Ackerman, M. Wilde. A. P Shcr
rlll, 11, II. Iluncll, Mrs. C. J. Mx:Cni
tliy, Miss II. Forbes, Miss 15. tl, Ly
man, ! J- Waller, Mrs. J. A. Rndiiuct,
L. M. McDoiuild, Mr. cud Mrs, O. D.
Hunker, Mrs. M. I.. McDonald, S. 1. v
Ilaillcy, M. L. Woodman, J. IL Ilel
scr, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Fllzpatrlck,
A. A. Cation, Mrs. Cunningham, Mr.
and Mrs. I). Atklucon, Miss McDan
lols, Mr. and Mrs. f, J. Lasey, Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Hwnyno, Percy Wil
liams, Mis. A. McWnyno, N. C. Anion,
JJIss I). Heitmuii. Miss Heltmuu. Mr.
nnd Mrh. L. O. Whlttlcr, O. Horton,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C, Soulo, Miss N.
Palmeilon, Mr, nnd Mrs. W. R.
Per At. N. S. S. Honoliilau for Snu
Francjsco, vApri if. Col, .loliu Did
dle, Mrs. W. S. Illddlo, Mrs. H. Vor
JiIcb, Darwin Plerco, Mrs. Darwin
J'lerce. Miss 15. O. Lyman, Miss Hnt
tle Forbps, Mrt. II. N. Almy, W. II.
(llbbons, Mrs. W. II, (Hb'bons, Mm.
A. L. Smllli, Mrs. A. L. Smllh and
Inrnnt, Mrs. Ida Lutgen, Miss Cora.
Smith, Mrs. F. ,. Atkliibon, W. Schul
J.o, Mm. W- Schultzo, Mrs, T. Cllyo
Davles, Jerso A. Smith, A. M. Hyde.
II. (!. Horlpn, Donald Ross, AJra Don
ald Itoss, C. W. II, Smith, C. II. Hitch,
cock, Dr. F. I,. Atkinson, Nool Deerr,
CIiiib. D. Ilmwisnr. W. W. Wobster,
Mrs, M. S. Morse, Mrs. II. Culuian,
Miss P. Morse, Mra. 15. 15. Wlnslow.
Major Ii. 15. Wlpslovv npil 2 children,
L. Warie.ii. C. (j. Ilclllnn, II. (1. Mortp,
Miss M. II. Thompson, Mrs. C. 11.
Webster, Miss M. Mnuror, Mrs. M. 15.
Per stmr. Klnnii. Tor Kauai iiorts,
Apr. L MrB. F Hay, 15. L. King, Mrs.
King, C OBhnrno, C. 8. Rolo, C. R.
Collins, F. O. Hoyer, lt A. Kearna,
Per stmr. W 0. Hall, for Kauai
ports, Apr. 0. Col. Illddlo, Capt. Put
nam, It. Qulnn,
Per stmr.'Mlkiihaln, for Maul, M.n
lokal, I.aual ports, Apr. I. Mrs. Con
nut, 2 children, M. T Drown.
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