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ff'Y.- 2 EVNINq BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, APR. 2, 1011. ' .
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1 HnaMMMBiMMaiaHMi I I
Honolulu St. ill il.
lliimillun First Diunc.
ltor CioK -ll.iunilj 'I bins.
Ouitnlr 'third Degric.
llnse CroU r.inirr St r-
1 tl I , III II. HI.
All Tliltlaa' member of tat
Order nro cordially Invited to
tttoml meetings of local lodgri
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0"Ta..o
ffllEFiCIAL ASVCIATICH. elation, cor-
flAWAIUN TMBS, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day of etih month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor'
Wlally Invited to attend.
II. I"OSTKIl, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AEHIE, 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAT evenings of crfch month at
7:30 o'clock In K, of 1'. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Tort atroets.
VlcltlrJB Eagles t.18 Invltod to at
oi:o A DAVIH w r.
M C MeCOV, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 61C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, n. P. O.
Bike, meets In their ball, on Kins
Street, near Fort, every Tridnjr eve
ning: Visiting Drothers are cordially
lUYlted to attend.
JA3. D. DOUOIIEUTT, B. K.
OEO. T. KI-UKOEL, Sec.
WH. McKINLEY I0DOE. NO. 8,
g. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
renins at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
land. ' F. F KILRHY, c. c.
E A. JACOHSON, K. n. S.
WAGE TO $2 DAY
Knnckiu x lull ilxing J J a lav iih
tbe minimum w.mc lor l.ilnir,iK mi
public wink In the i It) uml count)
of Honolulu mine up fur llilnl reading
toda), nnd wuh paHHi d Wee or Kauai
inuved lo taldo tt declaring that It Is a
measure for rot. him.- mtis. and that
rilt vjll ncnir become a hi w unvwny.J
owing to tin. fiovernors attitude on it
i "What's the use, or taking It up?" he
t Bald; "II ii 111 never go through"
Mourner, the Hawaiian nicnrlxrH
wire strong enough to carry tbo nicis-
urn nnd It currlol 27 to 2 Most of
the opponent tit this metisurn got In
tlio lianduagon on flnat rending, mnl
Cooke, who had llrst vot'd ngnlnkt tbo
hill, llianged bin mind nnd ran uftir
t lio tinndiingoii, catching up J nut In
time to gt t hta ote cbntigfd Affono
mid Mureallluo ulone stiuU to their po
sitions Dills Introduced.
. II II. ?57 (by C'ukIIp) Ainendliiglaii
relating to arbitration
II. II 2CS (by Kiiuewehl) Proildlnir
for tlio cstnbllilimcnt of a girls' IiiiIik
trlal school at Komi, Hawnll; appin
II II, 259 (b KawMchl) An net to
require tbo publication of special regu
lations of tbo Hoard of Health.
Pasted Third Reading.
('lf,jTI 10 Raining nng of laborer")
on public mirks of clt and count) of
()uhu to f2 per day Aes. 27. no-s, 2
II. It 21) rtelatlug to fees of Jurors
ves, 2'J: noes, 1.
, II II. I7H Prn Idlng for sale by
cnmipon carriers of unclaimed articles
Ayeft 2: npes, n
' II U 17". Providing paiment to Tor
rltnrlnl emplojcs Injured whllo per
forintng public work Ajet 2 noes 0
'I be weekly "Illustrated Health
Iitluro," by Mm Cllffo. to Indies,
will be given Thiirhcliiy at 2 30 p m ,
at II in Alakeii street, Metiopnln
block As these lectures nro educn
tlonal In tlio uxtremo They
Rboiild bo largely nttonded All ladkn
MILTON 4 PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Tl 3088
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Aut, M per hour, Iwll Stnbles.
It goes without saltig that every
thing la Deal at The Hncore.
N'v slock i)f big nli'lilc I ihlPls foi
-lie ut I he II il 1 1 1' I In ollbe
.1 W A llodhouso, watchmaker and
Jowelei, linn ICStltlllMl business In the
M-uoulc Tcun lo, Ahike.i street First
tins wnlchwork u specialty
Walt, Nichols Co, Ltd, luvo a lino
line nf Farter t.inla frntn 2 for cento
to 6l ccnlH viub Don't miss seeing
.lohn It Licrgr.trom, l'lano and Or
gan Tuning and Itopslrlug Masonic
Temple. 'U'lophono 2007. I'. O Uox
Pay cash and ask for green stamps.
Tbcy'ro freo. Call at the bIiow rooms
ami bco what -you got frco tor
Do iiu realise Hint In the rffiirt lo
dc.in Hlook shelves for new goods,
t n.ii prjeos nio cut In two nl Yep
Cli.in Co s?
Mia I Olivet, dressmaker, has
nmvi'il out to tr.7l Knlnkaua avoimr
Sho will bo ptcaicd to sen former
customers lliete uml receive now
Iboio will be a big round-up nt
the Y M O A Thursday night The
Kool.il committee met last week and
planned a program that will equal If
not p.iB nny round-up program ever
Easter novelties arrived on the last
steamer from tbe coait for Dunn's
Hat Shop and will be an exhibition at
the fjrand Easter opening next Satur.
day. The latest shapes and trimmings
are in tne shipment which is now
here, and the new styles are partlcu.
Hon Slilni'j M ll.illnu, of. the firm
of Kinney, lUlloti, Piosser & Audor
uon, nnd olio of tbo bent known at
torneys nnd Jurists in tbo Terrltnrv.
will succeed Judge V M Hatch aa
the representative at Washington of
the. Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso
ciation, according to Information last
night from tbo association.
'I lie army transput sbuimiii arriv
ed in port from San Francisco short -Iv
alter one o clock today and will
leave fm the Philippines tomorrow.
Among Ibo passengers on board In
MaJ Archibald Campbell, of tbo coat
artlllcrs nctlng adjiitnnt-gcncrnl.whn
has been ordered to Honolulu as ad
jutant of this district
I'our members of the sclentlllc cpo
illtlon tltnt will secure siivclmeus of
bird life from I.iisan and Lyslnnsky
Island Irench rrlgatc Shoals anil oth
er places In the south seas arrived hero
on tlu transport Sherman Prof Ho
mer It 1)111. Charles A. Corvvln. Clar
ence Albreelit anil Horace Young They
are connected with the IT 8 agricul
tural department Tbo expedition will
be taken on the revenue cutter Thetis.
In brief, the plan Is to construct In
the lonu puis) inn a cjclorama of Lay
Man Island When the seliemo was
found fcnsllilc, even possible, by tbo
low a I uivcrslt) authorities sp.no In
the now natural Kiiciue ball museum
was ct aside and in irked 'Kiysuu
UKilid Hoom " Tio ochirumi will bo
. iX..) f, "t in sli-e, w ttli a background
of 1"0 feet consisting of mounted
pi linens taken as postd In life, to
gether witli fnlthfull) produced scenic
designs made especially by Mr. Cor
w In Thtro will bo several hundred
specimens of mounted birds on tbo
foreground of the eyclorama, not to
speak ot Huxo to be pp sentiil on tlio
Profcuor Dill Is to De In Charge.
Tlio man who Is In illrcit charge nf
the cNpedltlon mid has full super
vision, over tbe part) of three other
men Is l'rofi jmh Homer II Dill, tax
idermist of the University of Iowa -
Proft-s3or Dill, who arrived by tho
hhirinuti, Is well titled for the work
which bo lias In band Put reeeptly bo
has returned from a lour of every mu
seum of nolo throughout tlio Hast,
w herein he sccnTcd valuable and up-to-date
suggestions for the work ho Is
undertaking The choice of tbo right
man wuh considered tho vital factor to
tbo success of the sthenic, ns tho work
must be done h) a master of tbe ticb
niiio of outdoor panoramic work
Some illllliulty was oNporicncei In
hcturlug the light artist foi ttie worl,
Out In n A Corn in of Chicago III,
Hie unlierdty billeics It has secured
nu artist ndnpi'iti for (bo task In band
Mr Cotwiit las In en al woik In the
I'Md Mum mil of Niituial History of
ChlniM'. vvhere i has nlrcndy pnlntcd
a niuubir of ver) beautiful scenes for
liai kgi oiiinls for birds and mammals
Per IT S A T Shcrmnn. from San
Fiunclsco For Honolulu Major
Archibald Campbell, wlfo and six
children; Lieut (ieorgo II Tuttlo,
wlfo and child; A K. Sbopard, wife
and child; Mrs E K Cnoko and
child; MIsh Nellie C Milllken, Mrs J
O Anthony, Chnrles A. Corwln, Clar
enco Alhrecht, Piof Homer It 1)111,
Iloruco Young, Isaac Nenl, Daniel I
Ollrlen, two enlisted men, USA,
four enlisted men, U i navy, ojp.
tV k I r II ii I I ' I I n 1 r veur,
ARE YOUR DILLS FOR FUEL
TOO HIGH? It costs nothing In
oil gas or other fuel to bent jour
With with a SUN HEATER, It
nnhlnes comfort Willi economy
Write todav foi pile of Hun
He-itim lo WARREN B. CRAW,
Box 569, Honolulu,
CITY TRANSTER CO. (Jas. H. Love) - - - PHONE 1281
More Duslness, More Ships.
Owing lo Ibo bg lucre mo In coast
wlso trarilc tlip San l'ranclsco-Porl
land Company has decided lo ptneo
Ibo steamship Kaunas Cily In service
ngiln The atcamer was taken fiom
her moorings In Mission bay and will
bo (liorougbl) overhauled befoic be
ing placed on tho run.
Tbo Kanras t'lt) will go Into Bcrvlcc
about 4 tnoiilh cnrlhir than last J ear
because It has already been found lis it
tlio three stcauiUilpa comprising the.
present fleet nro unnblo lo handle Iho
liuslno-va From this, It Is believed
Hint tho company scaron will be Ibo
largest In llm history of the coast It
Is generally believed that n great part
of tbo lucreaso In business Is duo to
cuts In rates between San Francisco
and (ho south which terved to attract
attention to steamship travel Uxam-
Schooner West In. Commission.
Tlio American schoncr IMward It
West which has made frequent vill
ages to Iho Hawaiian Islands with
MitpmcntB of lumber from Pugot
Sound K)rta has been placed In com
mission again nfttr scleral months
idleness owing to ropilrs. After los
ing nearly two months through being
nil but wrecked In a storm off Dps
t ruction Island, tho rchooner IMwaid
II Went has began to load tbo cargo
of lumber which alio started early In
FoTiruary to carry from dray's Harbor
to Australia She Is loading a por
tion of her lumber nt tho Seattle mill
Tills lumber bad to ho unloaded niter
the vessel reached there waterlogged
In Older to allow of repairs being
Siberia Hustling Along.
The Slbcila, tbo crack Pacific Mall
lliier Is hastening her trans-Pacific
oyago to San Francisco. Tho vessel
la reported through wireless iccelv-
cd al Iho agency of II Hnckfeld and
Company, as duo lo arrive oh tho port
enrly tomoriow morning. Tho vessel
brings fifteen hundred tons Oriental
cargo to ho discharged af Honolulu
Thcio Is a possibility that the vessel
will be dispatched earl)"-Friday morn
ing for San Francisco. Tbo Siberia
can nccomniodate nliout seventy cabin
passengers. Nearly this number la
already booked for passago to tho
Troopship Sheridan at the Coast.
Tho United States nrmj transput t
Sheridan sailing fiom Honolulu on
March 3rd for San Francisco arrived
at tbo California port jesterdny mak
ing an eight day vnjage. Tbo Sheri
dan was well laden with officers and
Many Laborers Arrive.
Sllty deck passengers arrived nt
Iho rt this morning h tho Iutei
Island steamer Claudlne Tbo ves
sel also brought a full complement
of cabin passengoiH fiom Hawaii and
Always has the Best
On Qood Friday,
Saturday and Sunday Morning
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 17Q4
Family Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
tbo Maul ports of call Tbo freight
ll.it Included 2 nulos, 12 hands wine,
IT, cralo-j chickens, 20 sacks corn. Hi
Micks rice, 12 sacks taro, Gt hogs
and 211 packages sundries Purser
Klbllng reports fine weather on both
outward and Innnid trips Vessels nt
Hllo Include tho ship .lohu Imo, bark-
cntlnp S. 0 Wilder, schooner Ilenlcla
and Camnno. At Kibiiliil tho Clau
illno pnobcd Iho Ainetlcan-IIaiiallnu
New Line Shortens Time.
Sentllo advices tell ot a marked re
duction In time of li, limit for cargo
between .Iiikiii, Siberian ports cind
Tbo limo between Tacoma and Vla
divostok, tl'O dlstilbiitlon point for
Manchuria nnd Slbeiln, lias been cut
down materially by the Initiation of a
new Btcntnor lino between hobo nnd
Vladivostok by the Osaka Shosen
Kalsl'a, ' Instead of being transferred
to cam nt Kobe and taken across .la
nan lo Kstiiuca and transferred from
tfiero to steamers for Vladivostok tbo
shipment will bo transferred to u
hlpainer on tbo nrilval of tho Tucomu
Maru nl Kobe.
Maul In With Sonar.
Ilrliiging n large amount of sugar
nnd n deck load of cattle tbo Intor-
Island steamer Maul was an arrival
this morning. Tho vessel called at
Hawaii ports and returned with 10,
C.'O sacks sugar from Haniakua Ilfty
head of cattle were brought to Hono
lulu White away the Maul loaded
1,3(18 sacks, sugar at Hawaii ports
which was discharged Into tho Mat
son Navigation steamer Honolutan
The ofilccrs report 3000 sacks sugar
left al Koholalelo warehouse
Llkellke Adds to Sugar at Port. .
Tho Inter-Island steamer l.lkellko
Is hero with GIOT, sacks sitgai from
llonolpii A northeast wind mid mod
erate sea prevailed on tlio trip Tho
omcers report il,,o sacks sugar
awaiting shipment at Howl mill To
dnv Is Iho seventh nnnlversat) of the
l.lkellkc's arrival from tho coast and
going Inlo commission ns an Intel
German Ship Slow Passage.
A cable vcelyej hero by tbo local
branch of Ibo Merchants' Exchange'
announces tho arrival of tho Ocrinau
ship (lustav at Portland, Oiegon, )cs-
tnrday Tho vessel left hero on March
in, taking ballast only. Tho Herman
ship brought a full shipment of fer
tilizer to the Islands.
New MatU for Schooner Wood.
Upon arrival at Abeidccu after a
twcuty-lbreo daj vojago Trom Hono
lulu, the Americnn schooner Fred .1.
Wood has lind two now masts Install
ed Tlio vessel met with ronsldernblo
rough wcallici on her last trip to the
Treasure Hunters Are Busy.
The bark Ilcspcr is bolng fitted out
In Eagle Harbor for a treasure seek
ing vovnge lo Cncos Islmd She Is
being outfitted with hdrnullc powoi"
1129 Fort Street
y 43j A &, or
i,l,l"il? i iMr
jjssyaHHBhWr " j jfc, 4.i
, ' " 'JD
,. v -i i-uiu ionic iiniHice, a puricuu cyme;
stimulant, Iho ono truo 'medicinal wjhlskoy. ' - v,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
has to Its credit Ilfty years of miccoss, Ovorwnrked men, detlcnto women
and sickly children will find In Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey tho health nnd
strength-giving propel ties that lira so
necessary lo them It Is n wonderful
remedy in tbo prpventlon nnd euro of
consumption pneumonia, grippe,
bronchitis, coughs, colds, asthma,
Sn.ilnrla, typhoid, low f overs, stomach
roubles ami all wasting nnd -vvcaken-ng
conditions, If taken ns directed.
CAUTIOJS. ltlirii you nsk for
nuflj's Pure .Mult HhlsLc) he sure
3 on get the genuine. II Is sold la
healed Hollies only- never In
bull,. Look for Hip trade-mark, the
"(Mil ClicniM," on (K. l, mla
iwikp sure Ibo xo.il over llu ork Is
unlirolen. Write .Meilltitl Ilepnrt
nlpnl, Tim Iluffj .Mull ttlihltp) Co.,
llocheslrr, A. 1., II. ,S, A., for ilnctor'x
iidilre nnd nil Illustrated medical
booklet cnnlalnlng trsllmoiiluls and
rules for bcallh, both sent free.
sufficient to wash away tbo entlro Isl
and, which Is reputed to bo but flvo
miles In diameter.
Kalulanl Brlnglnrj Much Sugar.
Tbo steamer Kalulanl which has
been engaged In tho coasting trado
along Hawaii Is ieKrted will return
to Honolulu with n full load ut sugar
taken on at Ooknhi
The report of Daniel J. Kccfe. com
mlsslonei-gonuial ot Immigration on
labor conilllloiiH in Hawaii, as pub
lished exclusive!) In the Hullo tin
jcsicida) nflornoon, aroused much
comment thiouglioiit Honolulu There
seems to ho some Hiirprlso that bo bad
nothing to sav legurdlug Filipino lab
or In Iho Inlands, In view of bis con
demnation of it whllo here.
It is pointed out as a significant
fealuio that Kecio'tt roporl is ikioi
innsolatlon foi the people In Honolulu
who have lieeii trying to start agita
tion for a modification of tho Chinese
12 D. Tcnnev piesblent of Iho Ha
waiian Sugar I'lanleis AHt.ocluf.lmi
m il.ej tlio following comment on tbo
"I do not think that Mr Keefo's
report Is a paiticulml) valuable do
ciimcnl toward tlio solution of tho
lahoi piolilcm of Hawaii
'"Iho gicatcsl point bo makes, as I
read tho iciKiit. Is tho milter of
wages When ho was hero (ho plan
talluns hud enjojed prospei-ous sen
sons for Ihreo jcars bill pluvious to
that time, tliev had been Iho other
vva) Wages can not bo anv higher
than the business, can pay year i.i
and )ear out
"It would bu luipojslblo I belleiu
for Mi Keefo In his mimed Iii3pe'
lion of conditioiiH lie: o In solve our
problems Wo op (ho ground huvo
been stiTiblug conditions for many
jeais and wo have not rcnclicd a c)-
"In view pf Mr Keefo's strong con
deminlloii of Filipinos I expected
something rabid In his report hut I
REV. JAMES ALEXANDER
Ity n (able, iccolvcd lain yostorduy
tifloinoon, ciinio the nowx of tho
death ot Ilev .lumos M, Alotaudor,
which occurred In Oakland, Cul ,
April 11, tbe cause ot death being
heart fnllmc Ho was tlio tun of Kov,
W P Alexander, nnd was born at
Waloll, Kauai, January 29, 1835, re
ceiving bis early education under
.Miss Murclu Smith ut Kaloa, Ktutul,
nnd nt Piinahou school from IKC! to
lKfi'l, afterwards (tutoring Williams
Collcfco. Mass, In 18M after n 1 10
days voyngo around tho Horn In com
pany with Hi my M Lyman Ho
graduated In 180S ami stipllod In tho
Union Thcologlcul Seminary In 1867
fliu wns called to preach in San lo-
atiuro, Cal , but returned to tho Is
lands In tlio sQvcutlos. and engaged
lu cano planting at Haiku and at Pain,
near where tho Pain mill was later
erected Ho retired from cmin plant
ing and returned to California in the.
eighties, wberp ho bus slnco resided
There will bo a liTeetlng or tho Wnln
lae, Kalinukl nnd Palolo Improvement
Club at Alilolaiil Collego on Tiiuisda)
evening, April I", at 7 10 p in A full
attendance of members is desired
tluslucss Decision on clubhouse site
ami general business
4900-2t - Secretary.
Knllrrlr rtircd by DnnVs 1'nro Malt
blM') tiflrr oilier inedlrlnes dlil,
liT no good. .Now .Mrs. Honck
ncoiiimeiids II lo nil lur friends, hbe
''Duffy s Puro Malt Whiskey has
dono ma hi much good I Intend to al
ways keep tt on baud About two
years ago when I was feeling nil run
down 1 consulted a physician. He
pronounced my Iroitblo n species of
dyspepsia, and heivousncss 1 liiil
taken two bottles ot other tncdlcltio
and they bad not helped mo, when a
f I lend recommended DuITj'h Puro
Mall Whiskey I am pleased to fiiiv
that It has cured mo ctitliely, nnd 1
do not hesitate to glvn It my Indorse
ment 1 shall iccoiiiincml Duffy's
Puro Malt Whiskey lo all my friends "
Mis Frances llouik, 423 12, Water
St., Milwaukee, Wis, V H A.
Ministers of tho (Inspet, doctors of
niedlclno, nurtca and people, every
where unite in commending Duffy '
fi... a,..,. ,..,.., . . ,
(Continued from Page 1)
per regarding his Inspections ot pol
shops mid tho results, said toda)
"Tim stntducnt that I nail Inspected
thirty shops, us will ns the results of
the Inspection ns given by the Adver
tiser, vviik not tiue Tlio llgurcM wcro
not mi) where near correct Hcjc uro
the ofTlclal figures:
"Apill r Inspecled Shops Nos .1.1
nnd 3.', mid Nos. U. C, mid 7 allowed to
"April fi- Iiispccteil Nos. 21, 20, St
and 27, alloivid to open, Inspect! it mid
clusesl pcrmaiiintly Nos. 21, 22, 25
"April 7 Inspected Nos. 28, 10, 11, 38
mid .15, allowed to open. Inspected and
closed permanently Nos 14 and 30 Nos
1,1 mid 9 lie.pcs.ti d and decision doubt
ful 'Twenty-two fdiops lime been In
spected to date, eight nt that number
baling been closed Tlioso allowed to
open must make changes and Improve
incuts to (ouipl) ivltli sanitary regula
tions llieio aro tlfty-two shops In nil,
Including the Kallbl factory
"With reference to tbo stor) of a
bust) Inspection on Sunday, I will say
Hint the trip we made at that time was
hi no sense a formal Inspection and no
orders were given as tlio result of It
It was sluipl) In look at tho shops In
a general vviij Orileis to iloso oi to
open nro given after thorough examina
(Continued from Pago 1)
A number of bills passed llilnl read
ing In thu .Senate tills morning, as follows-
Hciuito Hill No 117, providing for tho
elocution of Union ntue t.
House Hill 181, relating to tho pub
lication of city mnl county nnlliiiuccs
llnuso Hill No 170. npajlng $."0,000
of iiieriliaudlso Ihcnscs illegally col
lected Ii) tlio Territory.
House) Hill 226, uuthorl.lng bond s
SUQS Ilopso Hill 217, protecting emigrants
from n ci niters
TIo Piiuoa water bill passed on sec
ond reading, mid tho Houso bill pro
viding for tlio reminding of tlio law
providing a closed season for deer was
Indptlnllel) postponed on motion of
Senntnr Qiiliin, who is father of tbo
law now op tbo statlllo bonks
'Hellish lutensts urn behind this
bill," said Qiilnn, and ills motion cur
rl(d DIt. AND MHS, UAHNF.S ilcp.ii toil
for Kiiunl Inst ov oiling Dr Panics
will tuko up Iho prnetlco of Dr Wat
erhouso for a cnuplo of moiitlin whllo
tlio lnttor Ir away on a vacation
Wanklr liulltatln II per TPar.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
.;. . ! !
Maklkl valley paik Is not jet
! settled, although the Legislature
has passed a roncurient icsolii-
Hon nsklng thul It Ixi ret asdo
and designated ns n public nat-
urnl pnrk Tlio Oovemor this
morning sent n communication
to Ibo Uuufc. vvberu the rcdolti-
lion originated, stating that ho T
4r has tbo ninlter under (onsfdern-
Hon, and generally favors tho !
paik Idea but will tnho no netloii
until artcr a survey and fuller
knovvlcdgo of the conditions..
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Pcr stnir Claudliip, fiom llnv.ill
and Maul ports, Apt 12 A. I'rocketl
Miss lllosfiim. Mrs Deas, Miss Deas,
II. A. llroderlck, N. Soon, Sam llliu,
W A Anderson, Mrs llacck, Mis I
D Soabury, Mlsa M Manlnl, Mrs,
Anioj Mrs D . Pcnhallow, Miss
Lloyd Mrs. 12 A. Peck, Miss 12. Amor
in, W Marlliifccn, Dr Notlngo, J Ai
Ihur, J. F. Sllvn, Mrs O A. Stowait.
Miss N Stewart. Look Chan Mrs I'
(1. Correa, J. Wilson, Miss F. Asani,
jlrs Kohlcr, 12 linger, P I2splndn
and CI deck.
Per Btmr. W O Hall, from Kauai
poits, Apr 12 C. Obit, J. II Dllks,
J. do Snurq, M F. Parheco, ,M J.
Porrclra, A Salem, (I N Wilcox, W.
I. Illcc. Jr, 12 Lowell, 5 prisoners
and 33 deck.
Per slmr Kiuau, for Knuil rts,
April 11. Mm. (1. Samson, Miss Sam
sdn, 12. L. King, Jlrs, King, M. Os
borne, Miss (I. lostcr. Miss V. Da
mon, P. O Schmidt, II Waggoner,
Mrs, Fitzgerald, Miss Kingsbury, Jlrs.
Mrs, F. Lnwrcnce, Mrs. F Damon, O.
Anderson, C. S. Dolo, W. N Patten.
F. O Ilo)cr, Mrs J. II. Coney, Miss
Wltlilnglon, A. IJndMiy, I). I. Austin.
II N Kelluer, W F Martin. C W
Spitz Mrs J (landall, Miss H Hal
ona, Mrs 12. Kamanii, Mrs. C. Uie,
MliHi llntllo Kcahole, Mrs. 12. Maloa
lleo Cliack, Ileo Sing, Ah Nlm, Ah
Per T K K. S S Tenyo Main for
lapan ir.rts and Hongkong Mis .1
I.. Ruck, II. S Saniord. Mrs. Ii. S
Sanford, lbiron Takasakl.
Per slmr. Mlknhnla, for Maul, Mo
lokal and laimil ports, April 11. Miss
Per stmr W 0. Hall, for Kauai
twin, April 13 A. UoblliMin, IL V.
T. Pin vis, Mrs Purvis.
Per sliur for Kmal ports April IS.
M. A. Hobliunn, Hov. .1 W Wad
maii. Rev C P Hong.
Per stmr Mnima l.oa for Kon i and
Kau iiorls, April II Miss I. K.
Wtsida. Mlbs .lairctt, Mrs. .larrott.
Per slmr. Clmullne, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Apill II F A. Sa)lor, A.
Hnneherg, M. Curran, Mrs. liosnier.
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Mnlnesil.iy, prll 12.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed April 12 1
p ill, S S Wlllicliiiina, for Hono
lulu; 2 p in, S S, Persia, for Ho
nolulu (Continued from Page 1)
while O.ilm will Kiln two ruprcspnti
tlicn Maul loco one mid Kauai loao
'Iho change Is mandator) under Iho
organic act, and ir tho Territorial leg
islature does not make the leappor
tloiimcnt It Is up lo Cougicss lo do
so, but tills will mil stop iho fight
that Is blowing Tho oulsldo delcgi
tlotiH mo iilicady combining to pio
veiit Oahu from getting (ho additional
The Oahu delegations In both
Houses aio getting together also, and
It Is piobablct (lint tho ic.ipimrtlnii
moot bill will make Its appcarancu
In tlio House lonioiiow.
Tlio iippioprlallon bill vvas receiv
ed by tlio Houso fiom tbo Senate on
ly thieo ihijs ago, and Ibo Hous0 Is
up lo lis icck In woik ns It Is. So
tho Houso members irnnkly admit
they uro facing an extra hcsslon of
thlity dujH, ami many of them aio
"Hut," said Hol.steln this moiniug,
"bo Ilglit ovoi this rcnpporthiiinicnt
looks llku It wilt tio a long ono, and
tbo nppipprlntlou bill cannot bo fin
ished, so the pcoplo might as well
kpoiv now that tlio legislature Is duo
for an cxtiu session,
"Tho Senate handed us tho appro
pi lutlon bill after forty-dvo days hud
passed, and Iho Houso, with Its thirty
members to consider Iho hll, cannot
pass It In tlio fifteen days that wcro
A il)ps8ago from Iho (lovornor with
tlio ofilclnl transcript of tho cciibuh
figures and tho notification of tho pio
visions for reapportionment Is oxiect
ed at nny tlmo
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