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". ' ' TURBDAY:
J' Honolulu --I'lrM Degree.
) ! WEDNESDAY:
"; ' Hawaiian 'I bird Iligrte
All visiting members of tk
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend ajertlngs of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:M P. M.
.iimur Cifti!f.rftM Jiiuiucn ui
waninr. r.iioiwcciti othei All0,
NEFICIAl AcSIATtON. elation, cor
flAWAHAN TH1BS, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Metis every first nnd third Thurs
lays of each month at KnlgliUi of
Pythias Hull. Visiting brother! cor
(lull lnvltid to attend.
11. FOSTKH, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of II.
S0H0IULU AEREE, HO, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd atid 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagle era luvlted to s,t
anrt 1Ko A DAVIS W T.
VAM MoCuY. Sw.
10N0LULU L0EOE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. 0.
ilki, meets In their ball, on King
trjt, near Fort, every Frlduy vc
ilng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
netted to utteud.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, B. R.
OEO. T. KLUEdEL. Sec.
Vil McKINLEY I0D0E. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Attn every 2nd and 1th Saturday
enlng at 7:30 o'clock In 1C. of P.
:ta!l, cor Fort and Ileretanla. Vlslt-
ng brother cordially Invited to at-
F. F. KILI1EY, C. C.
E. A. JXCOHSON, K. It. S.
SUy in .lut Otlkc 1ii face n..
K.n linn ban it-) puln i fur doing
1)11. Illl-S tllll oll 1. to glc oil
tn- he -1 iiml tte ft el that the ell
tint . mm tit- iJ-n 1 thousands of
-Kt i u, .1 i ii-iniii, i wan-jut us In
..uit; we fed that our best Is
l tti r tl .in ih. In' t of nlliers
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building - - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
J PATTERN HATS
On Display Tuesday
MILTON a. PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Tel. 3088!
. wnpn r.mminp a
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Put in your house the most con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For In
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
069, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
MiiMiiilr Hulldliig, corner Hole) utiil
The bct I.ciim'H lit toiwi to fit (tierv
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEV PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, J4 per hour, Lewis Sluhles.
It Koes without saying that every
thing Is Hest at The Kncore.
(lay's and Joe Kulnna's Looomobllo
fan In' toiind at the Auto Livery;
II you want a good Job done on un
nuto or carriage take It lo Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
.1. W A. IledhotiEe, watchmaker and
Jeweler, linn resumed business 111 the
Masonic Temple. AlaKi-a street. First
oliisr wutchwoik a specialty.
The Bulletin Illustrated special
edition will be of much interest to
friends, as it describes and pictures the
land you live in or are visiting.
(let your clothes made to your own
inennmo at ready-mado prices by
(leo. A Martin. Kaplolant Utile Suits
$:!i) and up.
Dunn's Hat Shop will cell entire
line of flowers and foliage at 25 cents
a bunch during special sale. Hat
shapes valued at $1.00 to $3.00 priced
at only SO cents.
Colonel Francis V. Mansfield, Sec
ond Infantry, was tlm Inspecting of
ficer who visited Kamchtiinchu School
today for the annual olllclal Inspec
tion of the cadets there under Cui
I'lilted States Judge demons im
posed a sentence of six months Im
prisonment upon A. Kolbsnlkoff, the
IliiHsiiui, who was clmrged with forc
ing Ills adopted daughter to violate
the I'lilted States statutes while on
the Island of Maul.
Coast Pilots notes giving Informa
tion about tho shores and harbors of
Hawaiian Islands Is being prepared
by E. Vance Miller, nautical expert.
Lieutenant Hodman compiled data of
a similar sort and that Is now In gen
eral use by the shipping men of tho
Miss Atkinson, manager of Dunn's
Hut Shop, announces u three-day sale
of llowers, foliage and sbupes at
greatly reduced prices, the details of
which will bu found In tho advertis
ing columns. Tho sale of these goods
is to make room for now consign
ments expected to arrive soon.
.Mrs. II. Mason and child of Hono
lulu and Miss Wright of Kohala. Ha
waiian Islands are spending the Eas
ier sensnn In Now York and aro slay
ing at the Hoiel Wulcott which has
alio been the home of many prom
inent Hawaiian heretofore, anions
I be most recent here wore Mr. and
Mi- F Marfarlane-New York, Apr.
(Continued from Page 1)
pointed a member of f lie Hoard of
Health and William C Hohdy a mem
ber of tho Board of Medical Examin
The full text of tho appointment
mesxage Is as follows:
To the Senate: I hereby nomin
ate for appointment with the advice
and consent of tho Senate the fol
lowing persons for tho following of'
flees, such appointments to bo made
at the tlmo and for the terms auth
orized by law:
Survej or Walter K. Wall.
Member, Hoard of Health D. Ka
Member. Hoard of Medical Exam
iners William C. llnbdy.
Trustee, Library of Hawaii Whi
rred 11. Babbitt.
Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion William L. Siunlcy, Mrs. May
Wilcox, John T. Molr. Ella II. Paris.
Worth O. Alken, William II. Rice.
Department of Immigration, Labor
and Statistics Richard "hers. Inm
ost H. Wndehoubu, A. L. C. Atkin
son, John J. Curdcu, Fred L. Wul
dron. Sanitary Commission of Honolulu
Ceorge H. Carter, Charles It. Hemeu
way, Donald II. Currlo, M. 1)., Arthur
Panama-I'anlllc Exposition Commis
sion II. P. Wood, John A. Hughes,
J. N. S. Wllllnms. Char es K. Wright.
Commission to Promote Uniformity
of Legislation David l,. Wlthliiglon,
Charles F. demons, Carl S. Smith.
Hoard of Velerlnury Examiners
Victor S. Norgaurd, William T. Moil
sarrat, Harold 11. Elliott.
Fence Commissioners, Kan Hubert
T Forrest, C. C. Macomber, Luk'i
Fence Commissioners, Molokal
Christian C. Conratll, Solomon Fuller,
,1 II Mahoe."
Hon. Frank Wilson, premier of West
Australia, Is a through passenger In
the Kealandla, and while here made
ii few remarks on the possibilities of
Australia fur tho man who wants to
make a homo In the world. He says
that Australia Is strictly a white man's
country nnd the peoplu nru. going to
keep It as such, and to do It there, must
he mure white people brought Into that
country, und he looks tu America to
supply the demand. He said:
"We have gold, sheip, cattle, great
gram fields, hut we need white people
and we look to America to supply us."
A II. Ford extended the welcome, of
llawull to the premier, who stated dur
ing the talk that h was thoroughly In
accord with the all-1'aelllc advertising
bcheme that was hclng promoted,
W . L I r Bulletin?! oer Tear.
Tin- rctfiilnr iiiiuleiy meeting of tho
stoi Ihnlili is oi i lit. t'nlon '' Co,
I. ill, will he hehl at the utile- of the
i 1 1 :, 1 1 . S.ifiir.l.n. April m, mil, at
IO O'clock M IN
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Seerelury, I'uiiiii 1 red Co, Ltd.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY,
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
NO WALTZING ON
TAIL OF THE BRITISH LION
Colonial Steerage Passengers In Steamship Zealandia Give
Vent to True Colonial Indignation Over Enforcement of
Quarantine Wilhclmina Off for San Francisco Hall and
Claudine in from Island Ports.
The air that circulated nbout tho
forward and after shelter decks of
the lino new Canadian-Australian
steamer Zealandia was fairly blue
with Ilrltlsh Indignation during tho
eight or nine hours that vessel re
mained moored on the Wnlklkl side
of Alakea wharf today.
From one hundred and twenty-two
lusty Colonial throats came the lift
ing of the vehement voice of protest
Nor was tho objections from this
number of through steerage passen
gers confined to verbal display of
displeasure. There was a very ier-
cepllble gnashing of sound molars as
tho morning hours wore along and
tho crowd was obliged to content It
self with n panoramic view of Ho
nolulu scenic bits from tho deck of
the steamer, while the more fuvored
cabin and second class passenger
contingent was permitted to gain the
shore and evading thoso expensive
snares and blandishments set by a
sipiad of automobile chauffeurs, es
miyed n stroll about tho city until
the tlmo set for the sailing or tho
Zealandia for Vancouver and V'lclo
ila. Tho cause of troublous times on
board Hie Zealandia, and It was tho
real sliuou pure plllkla, was an order
Issued by tho Federal quarantine au
thorities gllng shore liberty lo on
ly llrst nnd second class passengers
In the Zealandia.
Ouo hundred and twetity-nlno cab
in und IOj second class travelers
therefore were provided with passes
which lo present lo the galaxy of
guards, Indicated that they had the
freedom of tho city, so to speak.
Commander J. I). S. Phillips, Pur
ser P. Coxall and several other ob
liging officers connected with the
HtalT of the Zealandia then discov
ered that they had more than their
hands full In attempting to npiicaso
the wrath of a long list of passen
gers who perforco of circumstances
were obliged to travel from Austra
lian ports to Hrltlsh Columbia In the
steerage accommodations provided by
A delegation Including a score or
more waited upon Captain Phillips
who referred them to tho purser. They
hovered about the little four by six
quarters of that olllclal land there
gave partial vent to true Hrltlsh an
ger and resentment.
"This Is an outrage and a gross In
dignity upon u wlilto people!" ex
claimed one who acted as sort of
spokesman for the body of Irate Colo
nials. "It Is a matter lhat will recelvo
further attention," said another. "I
shall Immediately wrltn a letter of
protest to tho Times, iiihiu my arri
val at Imdon."
"They told us lhat Hits was Hie
land of tho free and Hie homo or tho
bravo," Insisted another whose faco
was pearly with suppressed emotion.
"Fine freedom, this sort of bally rot)
Aren't wo as good and as healthy a
lot as tho llrst class passengers?"
"Quito extraordinary!" chorused
several innin mild-mannered English
men who dlscretly kept In the back
At any rato tho Federal quarantine
medical unicorn certainty caused u
storm to gravitate around the decks
of tho Cauadliui-Auslrulluu boat, the
llko which has not happened for many
AppeulB to tho gonial blun uni
formed customs mon who houidodthe
vessel wore In vain. Thu port was un
dor partial quarantine and Hie Zea
landla steerage passengers had faied
no worse than hundreds of others
who passed through Honolulu dui'lm;
the period of detention Imposed by
tho health authorities.
It Is more thuu likely lhat seven
days voyaging through cooling
hreczos tu the direction of tho eapt-
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Rourje Winds
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
till city of Ilrltlsh Columbia will servn
to calm und alleviate the mrrie.1
feelings of the one nuiiiireu nnui
twenty-two pi.rsengers .who this
morning wete llrmly of the opinion
that some Americans were sure do
ing a buck ami wing dance iiion tho
tall of tho now enraged Hrltlsh Hon.
The most impuhir means of giving
vent to Injure reelings this morning
appeared through the luedlinuslilp of
an untrummeled Ilrltlsh press of Vic
toria, Ottuwn and l-ondon. Mean
time the Uncle Sam quarantine staff
The Zealandia arrived oh tho port
last evening, was boarded by tho
quarantine, Immigration and customs
olllcors but was not brought Inside
tho harbor until seven o'clock thlil
morning. Tho vessel Is to sail nt
lour o'clock Tor Victoria. Twenty
eight first ami second class passen
gers loft Hie Zealandia at (ills port.
Tho Honolulu fi eight Includes 5 ton
spirits, 82 tons onions, 12U tons fcr
tlllter material, ii tons frozen meat,
11 Ioiib sundries and ten tons sup
plies were unloaded for trans-shipment
to the cable colony at Fanning
Amongst tho passengers booked
thiough to London for the Coronation
nro Sir Edward Wlltensour, K, C. M.
(!, und tho Hon. Fiank Wilson, Pre
mier of' West, Australia, with Mrs.
Slid .Miss" Wilson.
Tho majority o( the Zeulandla's
passengers am traveling to London
to witness tho Coronation.
A child was born on board at 7 a.
m. on the 25th, the parents being Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. S. Itltherford.
Clainllne Will Carry Many Spaniard".
A large number' of Spanish Immi
grants who arrived here by the Span
ish steamship Orterlc will bo sent to
plantations on Maul und Hawaii by
the steumer Claudine, that Is tu sail
for Inland ports on Friday evening.
The Claudine returned lo Honolulu
this morning with a number of cabin
passengers und a smnll general oar
go. The freight list Included 10 cords
wood, IT crates chickens, 34 head cut
tle, It! calves, 40 hogs, und 241 pack
ages sundries. Purser Klbllng re
ports good weather on the trip. Hllo
shipping Included tho hurkentines He
noch! and Chohulls, ship John Hnu
und steamer Enterprise. At Kuhulul
the Mutsou Navigation steamer Ill
Ionian schooner Honolpu und ship Ed
ward Sewall were noted.
I. Ikelike In From Kittial.
The steamer Lllcellke was sent on
u special round trip lo Kauai In place
or the W. (!. Hall nnd returned to
port Ibis morning with MOO sucks
sugar and several cabin passengers.
The freight list included 20 sucks taro
and 28 packages sundries. A strong
northeast wind with heavy sea pre
vailed throughout tho voyage. The
steamer Noeau was reported as dis
charging cargo ut Anahola.
Purser James Logan reports the fol
lowing sugar awaiting shipment on
Kauai: M. A, K 24,7112; O. & It.,
2370; K. S. M 400; K. K. 11., 4030;
Mcll.. 31,204; K. 8., 5000; M. S. Co,
24,000; K. P., 6100; I,. P., 10,809.
Matjon Wharf Arrangements.
Business moved with the regular
ity of clock work at Matson Navi
gation wharf ut the departure of the
steamship Wllhelmlnn for tho coast
at ten o'clock this morning.
Through un udiulrnblo arrange
ment for the handling of passengers
and their haggago by Messrs Drew
and Armstiotig of tho shipping de
partment of CuKtlo und Cooke there
was little, or no friction.
A largo tuhlo had been provided
for tho examination of hand baggage
and personal effects of olio hundred
and twelve cabin passengers. At an
other and smaller table Ill's. Humus
and James of tho Federul quarantine
service held forth and vised the cer
tificates of tho passengers.
Visitors to the wharf were not
APR. 26, 1911.
Made entirely of malted grain a
tonic stimulant Hint should be in
eery home- widely and favorably
known for (iO years.
( AiriON. When jnu ask fur Duf
fj's Pure Mult tilile lie sure juti
get the genuine. Sold cicrj where lu
.Si:.tl,i:i IIOrri,i:S O.M.Y neier In
bull.. Look for the trnile-nuirk. the
"Old ClieiuM," on I be label, und make
Mire Hull Hie seal oter the cork Is un
broken. IVrllc Meillnil Department,
The Duff) Mall IVIiNkcy Co., Iloclies
ler, ,. Y I'. S. A., fur dorter's ad
lire und an Illustrated medical book
let containing tcitlinnuliiW nnd rules
for lw,ni,, ,.( fr,.,,
compelled to stand out In tho sun hut
weiu allowed thu freedom of tho up
per end of the wliaif. A strong bar
rler had been thrown ncross the ceil
trul portion of the structure and
through u gate only passengers and
officials who bad to do with tho sail
ing of tho ship were permitted to en
ler until ufter tho last linen rrom tho
Wllliclmlnu hud bean cast off Much
favorable comment was forthcoming
from thoso who were present.
Mujlc Sped Wllhelmtna Farewell.
Tho combined melody from tho H.v
wnllau und the Marino band assist'
ed In making thu departure of tho
one hundred nnd twelve cabin and
seven steerugo passengers In tho
Matson Navigation steamer Wllhel
mlnn a happy one.
Tho steomcr got away promptly at
ten o'clock. One hundred mid seve.i
sacks of mainland mull was taken
uboard nt the lust moment. -The
steamer sailed with Gi00 tons sugar,
three thouhnnds of this product corn
ing from the local refinery on this
Island, lu iidilltiuii to sugar the ves
rel carried shipments of pineapples,
coffee anil oilier Island products.
No llowers were allowed lo bo car
ried nlward by passengers. A num
ber of pretty lets were seen but these
wero made of paer.
James Johnson Off for the Coast.
llavlng'Kule nt anchor lu Honolulu
harbor since March 25th. the bark
eutlne James Johnson, which arrived
here lu distress, with skipper having
died at seu and commanded by tho
llrst officer, will be dispatched for Sim
Francisco today with llicr (eighteen
hundred tons Austialluu coal.
During the stay of the James John
son at the port, sho bus been sup
plied with n new bow sprit and a new
suit of sails for tho foremast. The
vessel has also received a coating of
paint and minor repairs have been
made. Captain fluthrlo has signed on
u new crew and tho hopo Is now ex
pressed that tho barkenllno will be
favored with better luck for tho re
mainder of tho voyage.
Hongkona Maru Takes Coal.
Tliu Japanese liner Hongkong Ma
ru came limbic the harbor and was
berthed ulougsldo tho Oceanic wharf
this morning. Work was Immediate
ly begun In taking on scleral hun
dred tons coal. The vesse Is des
tlnod for Japan and China ports and
lu expected will bo dispatched through
the agescy of Castle and Cooko on or
about flvo o'clock this evening. The
steamer Is carrying a largo through
cargo and a number or passengers
from Central and South American
Mr. P. J. McCormlek, the senior en
gineer in thu N. V. K. has severed
bis connection with tfm Company and
lert for Now York, where be Intends
to reside, Mr. McCormlek hud been
forty-ono years In the servlcu of Hip
N. V. K. and tint company which pro
ceded It. He bus for some time held
the gold medal as Commodore Engi
neer of tho N. Y. K. Fleet, which car
ried with It ail extra Y.25 per month.
The Japan (lazetle understands Mr.
.McCormlek, on leaving, received from
tho company the largest bonus ever
paid to tin engineer, und a personal
letter of thanks from the president of
tho company. Mr. It. Uiw, another
engineer In the service or tho N. Y.
K und formerly of tho Blugo-uiuru,
bus also left tho company, and gono
to sottlo In British Columbia. Mr.
Low, who bus been lu the N. Y. K.
for about twelve yours being previ
ously with tho C. P. It. bus for soma
tlmo been u patient 111 tho Yokohama
(ienernl Hospltul, but bus so far re
cm ered lo penult or his leuvlng
Captain Illortdahl, late commundor
of the Cado-murii, who huH been In
the servlcu or tho N. Y. K, ubout
twelve years, bus retired, and left on
the lllruiio-muru. en routu to Sweden,
where be Intends to Buttle.
Fourteen Days Manila to Pacific Coast
.Manna imisiiiobs men mid lopreheii'
talHes from iiiuong the lurgost shin
peis In tho Islands nro said to havo
circulated a monster petition railing
lor .Manila to bu made a ort of call
lor tho "Empiess Liners" with spe
cial reference being made lo the now
twelve tliousaud Ion Bteaiuers to ho
placed In service within a compara
lively short lime. One minor publish
ed llieie believes that possibilities of
a ii-uay steamer service between Ma
nlla and I ho Puellle coast urc opeue.il
up by a movement now ufooi to send
a great petition to the Canadian Pa
cific steamship company aBklug It
make Manila a piM'iiiiinoiit poit of call
Preliminary announcements havo
Indicated that tho Empress steamers
to ho built In the near future will be
modem ships constructed expressly
for the Pacific. They will maintain a
schedule of days between Vancou
ver nnd Yokohama.
Local merchants back of tho peti
tion hope to Induce tho company lo
send those liners direct from Yoko
hama to Manila, thus making the time
from the Pacific coast 1 1 duys. Such
a step In the part of tho steamship
company, local Importers und export
ers say would be the biggest boon of
recent years to the prosperity of the
Already tho merchants' association
has received a position which will be
forwurded to the officials of the Toyo
Klseu Kalshn, requesting them to
make Manila a por. of call lor their
steamers. At piesent tho Pacific mall
steamers call ut the port once a
month, nnd this Is the only passen
ger line from San Francisco at pros
ent. This, Manila merchants ausert
Is not only a hardship for tho city, but
for San Francisco as well, and If tho
T. K. K. can he persuaded to send Its
liners hero, tho step will redound to
the bcnellt of local business men and
those of San Francisco.
He Saw the Southern Crosi.
A good deal of nn officer's tlmo on
a passenger liner Is taken up In an
swering the rumarkablo questions
that only a tourist can propound. No
sooner does tho navigator come down
off the bildgo than ho Is surrounded
by the Inquisitive, who demand to
know everything from tho depth jf
tho ocean to the number of fish In
the sea or what tho possibilities aro
of tlio vessel sinking.
Captain I.ockell of llio l'crsln had
n congenial crowd of passengers
coming across this tlmo says thu
i,iiiu men:, nun nu. iuu inn, i"'"
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"11. ...... I 1 .. 1 1... i1t ttln llm liwl. 1
position made by tho "regulars" to
satisfy the curiosity of an Insistent
tourist, who was constantly Inquiring
what night the Southern Cross would
be visible. The tourist had left ex
plicit orders that ho was lo bo-aroused
whenever It appeared, no matter
One night the "regulars" had a
cross, composed of Incandescent
lights, fixed high In (he main rigging.
The Inqnlsltlvo tourist was called
about 4 o'clock In tho morning. Tho
cold spray was dashing over the deck
and the tourist rubbed his sleepy eyes
.nnd peered aloft.
"Most extraordinary, to bo sure
most extraordinary," he chattered nnd
went back to his berth, fully satis
fied that ho bad seen thu Southern
The city and county coffers wero en
rlcliid lo the tune of J250 by the pay
ment of ll,nes Imposed by Judge Ly-mei-
upon two violators of the existing
(1 urge (Phoney) Davis pleaded
guilty to the charge of vending booze
without a llcenne and nun given n lino
of JIM und the court costs. It Is tlm
opinion of Lifeline Inspector Fennell
that Davis may yet lie hauled up be
fore the court on a fur more s'-rlous
charge. The allegation Is made that
a lample of the liquor sold by Davis,
and now in the bands of the Territorial
analyst, may be found to contain some
drill: or foreign substance.
Davis Is an old offender along the
line of selling liquor. Ho has been be
fore the court on similar charges.
Frank Miller, now a blushing bride
groom, was given the minimum penalty
of J 100 and the costs this morning upon
n conviction of selling liquor from bis
A ltiissl.ui woman entered n pica or
not guilty lo the charge or disposing of
liquor from her Iwllel home.
The preponderance of testimony this
morning showed that the lady was
sliKhtly mistaken lu her opinions con
cerning u violation of the liquor laws.
The court assessed a lino or $100 lu
this case, but It Is understood Hint the
case may be reopened for the beurlng
of further testimony.
OUT THE DAY
One of tho cars of tho Itapld Tran
sit on the Wahihie branch collided
this forenoon, with a dirt car that
wus coming out ut thu spur track ut
Kuptihulu road. Nobody was hurt but
the side of the passenger car wiib
cleaned or all stanchions. The mot
orimin turned that cur Into tho bar,
taking out another cur, uud wus only
on duty n little while till be thumped
Into mi oxnress waeou and nut the
second cur out of commission. Hoot, Mr und Mrs Titus, Mrs Mohr,
Tho expressmun dared the motor- Mrs. A. L. Butters, Mr. und MrB.
man to get off the cur Tor a light. Tho ' Fredericks, Mr. und Mrs. J. Thomas,
motoriuaii accepted thu challenge und 1 1. '' "". Mrs. Clerfuyh. Mrs. Shay,
knocked tho expressman out. Tho ' " L Thomas, Mrs. Thompson. J.
luotormuii returned to the burn uud i T. McCrossou. T. N, Terry, Carl Berg
resigned Held, O. S. Carpenter, Mrs. Marston
1 e I Campbell, Sirs. 8. (lomez, T. II. Den-
Now slock of big nleklo tablets for, ton, Prince Kulanlunuole, Mrs. S. De
milo ut tho 11 n 1 1 o 1 1 n office. "t". Mrs. I. M. Cox, Miss M. E.
. Clarke, 10. J. Heeco, A. E. Ixirlmer,
Rnnio pretty little Senatorial dead- Mr. und Mrs. O. C. Hwuln, Alex Holt
locks are developing In several State mull. F. Malm, Miss (1. Davis, Miss I.
Legislatures. One advantage of popu- Hoffliiiui, Dr. B. Marshall, Miss E.
lar election Is that somebody gets Sherman, Miss I. Sulllvuu. Miss
elected, FuriiBworth, C. A, limns, .1. J. Sulli
van, J. II. Ilelser, Miss II. Wtibke,
H you want to see n real liumanl- Miss A. Welbke, Mrs. U C. Hansen,
tnrlan. watch the mun who sprinkles j8B M. E. Tompkins, Mrs. M. F.
well-sifted ashes on bis ley sidewalk. Tompkins.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Per C.-A. S. S. Zieolandln; rrom
Australian ixirts via Suva C. Wil
son, F. A. Qrecn, Mrs. F. A. Oreeu
F. 11. Jackson, Mrs. F. II. Jackson,
Hov. A. Gordon, A. F. Alirens, II. D.
Long, J. 0. Strnchnti, W. I). Collins.
W. Fitzgerald, Lady Clara FHzger
ald, S. S. Cummins, J. W. Copclln,
Mrs. M. J. A. Clarke, Horace I.
Clarke, Mia. II. W. Ilowen, Mrs. J.
Patterson, H. J. Patterson, .1. Una
sell, Mrs. J. Russell, J. N. Phillips,
B. A. 11. Carrlck, Mrs. C. Keller, It
Lister. J. Campbell, J. It. Kelly, 0.
Per stmr. I'laudlne, from Hawaii and
Maul ports.- It. Van Dusen, Mrs. Vim
Onsen, H. It. Warren, W. Affonso, D.
Conway, Mrs. Donald. W. Horn. Miss
Nukala, U. Huberts. M. llessle, .Miss M.
Kinney, Mrs. Pliclun, J. II. Pratt, Hev.
11. P. J mid. Father Hudrlguer., Musukl,
J. II. Nnholo, H. Meyern. D. Lelth, C.
II Cockett, J. S. Cooke, II. Howell, W.
Chalmers, Mrs. Chalmers, 21 deck.
Per stmr I.lkellke, from Kuunl ports.
Hev. J. W. Wadnian, Ilev. C P Hong,
H J Iluker, O. llustnrd, Iv Mlzuino.
Per M. N. S. S. Wilhclmina, for
San Francisco, April 2C II. M. llow
ker, Mrs. 11. M. Ilowkur, ,Lo Hoy
Hush, II. D. Ilowen, II. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin, Mrs. V. lleane.
Dr. W. D. Baldwin, Mrs. W. D. Bald
win, Mrs. II. A. Baldwin, Miss Emilia
Castro, Mm. A. O. Curtis, J. D. Cait
wilgbt, E. V. Chirk, Mrs. A II Clarke
W. 11. Colley, Mrs. W. II. Colley, .Mrs.
W. II. C. Campbell, II C Carter, A. L.
Clark, .Mrs. C. M. Cooko, Miss Allco
Cook,. C 11. Illrknv C. W. C. Deer-
ing, Mrs. C. W. C. Dceilng. II. A.
Deckelman, Mrs. II. A. Deckelman,
A. O. Foster, MrB. A. O. Foster, Mra.
D. W. Fargo, .Miss Bella Falk, Mrs.
M. L. Herat, Mrs. W. A. 0111 and 2
children, Win. O. Hall, Miss Irene
Hughes, Mrs. D. Illrschfeld, Miss C.
C. Henderson, Miss S. Henderson, M.
Illdnlgo, MIbs F. Hidalgo, F. K. Ho
ward, Mrs. It. Hoppe, Mrs. U Jl.
Hess, Herald Hughes, A. P. Jackson
Mrs. A. P. Jackson, M. Jordan, Mm.
M. Jordan, Mrs. I. N. Jacoby, Mrs. F.
O. Kingsbury, Ii L. King. Mrs. E. L.
King, Infuiit and maid; Mrs. J. J
Lechor and 2 children. J. 1). I.even
son. A. Y. Lelch, Mrs. Frank Llppllt
Miss It. Uve. Frank Leo, Miss Iluth
Mills, Miss Claire Maekey, Mrs. L.
McBrlde, Mrs. It. S. Norrls and 2
children, C. J. Orlnn, (1. Peterson, J, .
A. Hath Mrs. J. A. Bath, ami infant.
J. A. Hath Jr., Miss E. Hath, Mrs. W.
11. Hlce, Miss M. A. House, Mrs. It.
Itycroft, Miss S. Itycroft, Miss Mabel
ilmylb. Mrs M. 11. Sjckettk MjfSjJJ .
Scott, Miss L. Scott, Mies J. E.
Squlro, 11. Shadwell. Mrs. II. Shad
well, Mrs. A. C. Smith, Dr. U L.
Sexton. Mrs. L. U Sexton, (J1, II.
Tnlge. Mrs. J. II. Talgo und 3 chil
dren, L. von Tempsky, Mrs. II. West
phiillnger, Mrs. M. A. Wlggln, Mrs
L. M. Wntson, Mm. C. Walters, Miss
A. B. Whltcomb, Miss Bella Weight,
Ernest Moses, F. J. Day. Mrs. F J.
Day, Mrs. Emma Holdrldge.
Per M. N. S. S. I.urllne. for San
Francisco, April 25. J. E, .laeabsun.
wlfo nnd two children, Mrs. H. L.
Huhbell and child, A. J. Oram. Mrs.
A. J. Oram, II. Serenbeck, Mrs. II.
Slrcubeck, Mlsa Stroiiberk, Dr. fllal
sye, Mrs. (llaisyo and two children,
Mrs. L. Cox and Infant, J. Mandcl,
Mr. llessle. Miss A. C. Ilavenner, C.
C. Smith, Mrs. C. C. Smith and In
fant. W. J. Flowors. II. II. Hagliind,
Ilev. A. I.. Hull, Miss Mercy Jacob
son, Mrs. J. It. Cunningham, Miss
Elma Jacobson, Mrs. T. Brandt, J
Hogle, Mis. J. ltoglo and four children,
MrB. A. Hartman and Inrant, S. D.
Hampton, Chan. T. Flnkboner, Mrs.
Chas, T. Flnkboner, Mrs. L. K. Bush
fletd and child, Mrs. J. Allison mid
Inrant, A. L. (lordon, Mrs. A. L. Oor
dou and Inrant.
Per stmr. KInau for Kauai poits,
April 25. Mr. und MrB. K. Hoanduhl,
Mrs. N. H. Joe, Miss E. C. Horner,
Mrs. and Miss Whlttlnglon, P. 0. Ill
ley. Mrs. O. C. Scott. Mrs. II. A. Jae
ger. Mr. and MrB. It. L. Wilcox, Dr.
Per Mlknluila for Molokal and Maul
ports, April 25. Mrs. E. Pouutulu. Q.
Keklpl, Mrs. ferdnor, Mrs. II. O.
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, May 10, Mr. and Mrs. Hern-
jBtecn, Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Bulrd, Mr.
und Mrs. C. W. C. Deerlui;, Mr. uud
rtlin. . l. uuumimiiuouii, ..una unci-
sou, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Spltzer, Mr.
and Mrs. Q. S. Alvers, Mrs. Ii. Holt,
Mrs. tl. S. Holt, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P.
Jucksoil. Mrs A. C. Mohr, Mrs. E. 11.
MISS W O O D A R D'S
for the Empress Iluurs,