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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, APR. 28, 19lt.
Iloiuilaltt I'lrxl Degree
Hawaiian 'I bird Ilegn i'.
Ait tisHing ciPinhorj ot tbt
injur nro cordially Invited to
'tl' i' mo-tlngi. of locni lodges
Meet on ths
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
mine mams? & a..
JESEFICIAl AfSIATICH. ciation, cor
OAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meot every first anil third Thura
my of en. h month at Knights of
?ythlai Hril. Vliiling brothers cor
1lly Invited to attoml.
21. 1-08TKR, Saclmm.
H. V. TODD, C. of It.
401I0LDIU AERIE, HO, '. 0. E.
Meets on tb 2nd anil 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
?'80 o'clock In K. of P Hall, corner
loretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles tie tUTlted to at
vnn (;i:n a davih v r
w m Ji.'i'oy, sot'.
-tWOiniD LODGE, GIG, B. P. 0. E.
rioooliim Lodge No. 616, II. P. '0.
Aika, tatiU In their hn.li, on. Kins
6trt, near Fort, overy Friday eve
-In VUltlug Brothers are cordially
ntited to attend.
MS D. DOUtUlERTT. D, R.
GEO T. KLUKOEL, Seo.
vTI HcKlULEY I.ODQE. NO. 8.
k. ar p.
Jot-m every ilnd and 4th Saturday
tveuiug at 7:80 o'clock In IC. ot P.
Hall, cor Fort and Ilorotnnla. Vlslt
'ag brotberr cordially inrltsd to at
nd. r. f. irtLiiuv. c. c.
K. A. JACOISSON. K. It. S.
0t4C 1h face a..
Ktrv urm Juih Up policy for cluing
bu.sim -4 f.ur pulk in to (jlo you
tho n t itnU o Toil tluit the cn
iUtrt !it(iii- k1cii ly thounniida of
hntt Mi I iMiimr Mtrrnnt us in
-1 ini ",. n th.it our hHt li
1ft-Her Until ttuf iMixt of otlura
Boston Bi'ildnig Fort Strcot
Over May ft t'o.
On Display Tuesday
MILTON 4 PARSONS
W Hotel St., opp. Youno Tol. 3038
When Building a
Put in your houso, the most con
venient nnd economical arranQo
ment Tor HEATING THE DATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For in
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to l
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
563, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
.MiifoiiIo Iliilldlu!,', corner Hotel ami
The IjCjI Lcuscb In loim to lit every
STENCIL PATTERN8 and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
, MISS WOODARD'S.
A. U. Sanford,
LOCAL AND GENERAL fR A flfl A AF
The Bulletin telephone numbers
t)9l Hfti hn kannsiJ (aiIII 4tiA lna
tioi. of tho paperi They remain the I
came ns printed In the telephone dlrec-1
tory Ousincss office, 22561 editorial
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables. '
It goes without Buying ihut oviry-1
llilni? Is Host lit Tho Flirnrn. '
(lay's ami .loo Knlnmi's Locomohllo
ran bu found nt tho Auto Livery;
J. W A. llcdhousc, watchmaker and
Jeweler, has) resumed business 111 the
Masonic Temple, Alaltea street. First
class wntchwork n specialty
The Bulletin illustrated sptei-il
edition will be of much Interest to
friends, as it describes and pictures the
land you. live in or aro visiting.
Clot jour clothes niado to your own
measure at reaily-mado prices by
Ceo. A. Martin, Kaplolutil Iildg. Suits
$20 ami up.
Ah Sung, who Is out on ball of one
hundred dollars for a violation of tho
health regulations, had his case post
poned until iiot Monday.
.loo Anderson, a Norwegian, plead
ed guilty lo tho chat go of drunken
ness this morning and wits lined ten
do'lnrs and costs of couit.
Theie will he no exhibition nt the
I'ahimn Settlement tonight. It has
hern postponed to next Friday on ae
eount of tho death of Mrs. P. C.
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 50 cents.
The steamship Munrhurlii, to sup
ply Its passqngors with absolutely
; pure milk ofi Its sailing, takes GO gal
lons electrically treated milk of tho
Honolulu Dairymen's Association,
Cieorge F Mnyne h.is (lied a libel
suit against the steamship Makurn,
for refusing to bring a troop of Fi
jian llre-vvnikors from Suva, after he
had arranged theatrical dales for
'1 hos Motrnlf was before Judgo Ly
niei this morning eliaigod with as
sault ami battery on an aged Hawaii
an. The complaining witness stated
on th" stand that Metualf )Jt lilm on
tho torehenri .ritid dated him somo-
wnnt Judge Antlrnuo appeared lot
.tfco defendant. .,, H..U
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i. iin ; ; tiitu'
TUB J. SI. DOW3ETT8, who aro
traveling 111 Europe, expect to iiturt
homo about May .'0.
GEltALD IIIKIHKS, roadma3ter for
the O. It. & I, Company, has folio to
the Coast for a trjp.
SIR AM) MI1S C. W C. DFEltING
left on llio WJllielinlna tpr Hi': Coast
for nn extenilcd visit.
Hit AM) SHIS. W. D. IIALIUVIN
alled op tho Wllholminn for tho
Const for a vacation trip.
.IAMI2S L. YOUNG, of tho Lord
Young engineering company, Is ex
pected to return from Illlo tomorrow.
SHIS. MINNIE II. SACKKTT, wlio
Is connected with tho Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association, left on tho Wll
heluilna for n vacation 'rip
I)K. AND SHIS. I,. 1, SEXTON, of
llllo, were passengers on tho WII
helmlnn. Dr. Soxton Is a heullli olll
rer at Kiln Mi-h. Scxlon was Sllss
Hire of Kaiml.
JASII-2S A. HATH, Hiiperlntrpilcnt
of I'nlania seltleiuent, has gouo li tho
mainland for a vacation, after llvo
years of haul work, lie Is accom
panied by .Mm. Hath and Uielr cliil
ilron. C i: MIC1IAEI.IS, who cnnio
through Honolulu on tho Zoalaiulla,
claims to bo a scientist llcelng from
Samoa because of attacks mndo upon
him for publishing unvvclcomo facts
about tho llfo there.
CITY TOUR ON
'Jii. ii. u (iiinpalgii for sanitation
, will Ik- ma iiKiiruteil Monday innriilng,
v In n President Mott-Hniltli of tho
I ".ml of lli'iilth and oN-Goveinor Geo.
lit Oilier, ili.ilriniin of tho sanitary
I " IsnIoii, and practically all of tho
nn inliers of (ho Territorial Iloin of
ll'iiltli and of the sanitary commls
sloii, will inuke n tour of tlio city In
It In planned that all of tho Insani
tary districts of tho city will bo visit
ed and plans for tho Improvement of
conditions discussed on tho ground. It
will be tho first step In the formation
of the tilir SL'GG.Uflu tilnri for tlir, iiliinlnir
of Honolulu nn a high piano of civic I
All of tho health laws passed by the
last Leglslaturo aro being segregated
by Prosldoiit Alott-Hinitli and will
pioluhly be printed In booklet form
for tho guidance of tho health olllcliils.
The tour of tho elty Monday will bo
tliu first loiintil sip In tho camiulsu
under the $250.0on appioprlatlon, and
work will bu carilid on us inpldly in
No new cholera cases hnvo appear
rd. and It Is CNpectod that quarantine
niHisures cun now bo gradually re
laxed. Tho Ttov Pr. Kdwnrd P Crow ell, tho
blind professor of Lathi at Ainhtrst '
CoIIceo for many years, Is dead. I
cTy TnANSFEn c0. (Jas. H. Love)
wm m m m m m . mm
WILD REPORTS REACH MANCHURIA
OF STEAMER ASIA PIL1KIA
Wireless First Picked Up Evidently From China Coast Sta
tion Later News More Reassuring Makura Makes
Short Stay at Port Claudine Takes Spaniards This
Shanghai, that storm center fur nil
that Is sensational In news, ns well
as' rumors, Is ciedllcd with having
participated In the spreading of miiiiIi
highly exaggerated stories concern
ing Iho foundering of tho Pacific Stall
It was buta fragment of a message
Hint v-as snatclicd fiom the air by
Iho operator who sat up In the little
house on tho upper deck of the Paci
fic Inall liner SUmcliurln. It was sulll
clent liowcver lo cause a decided slh'
about the gieat vessel when tho In
fcronco was gained Unit the Asia li.nl
gone down with all on honid aHer
tho ship had first bcn looted by wild
roving linnds of Chlneso pirates. As
the .Manchuria stcnnicii within Iho
zone of tho Knhiiku station, a mora
safe, s.ino and conservative rcxirt of
tho disaster was Hull lecelvcd, and
served to nllay tho anxiety of many
ofllcers on tho larger vessel who have
fi lends enrolled with the staff of tho
Tho Sluiicliurl.i enjoyed a fair pass
ago across the Pacific. Tho vtstcl Is
V.M laden with cabin passengers and
hyforo sailing for San Friincibco -is
ba o'clock tomoirovv tnornliig vvlU
ti'ild nt lenbt sixty to tho number In
On boatd nro ino cabin, 31 second
clnrs and 231 Asiatic passengers of
which 10 .cabin, .3 second.' class -unl
I It Asiatics .aiu. foe Honolulu.. Amouii
the Ablatio passengors aro i3 Japan
ese, OiCUliieJBO ani''52iFlllnlu(m iThe
c.irgo'conslMB'ofi 0S13 long pfi which
1300 fon.s nic tor Honolulu. llioOl"'
nolulii cargo Ik couiprUcd of Iho fob
lpyfii'i;'! , , i i ,
, tClikgi? clgara, fi.'iSByrjkga'jiidso, 130
eases turlos, M bJles gtihnlos, 213
chests ten. S915 bags rice. 10 pkgsOII,
17fi rolls matting, 1 caso silk gooda
and HIPS liilm Hhoyu und inlsn. u
Among tho cargo on board destin
ed for New Voik Is 050 balds of raw
silk which Is valued at about $iS0,-
AH cabin passengers were provided
with passes this morning which per
mitted thorn the freedom of the city
during the stay of Hie vessel at the
Tho existing qttaranllno regulations
bllll prohibit all ofllcers B.ive five from
going ashore. This reslilctlon caused
somo bitter complain! among thne
connected with the start of tho Man
Old Steamer Goes Into Service.
An Incrcuso of piiHiengor business
along tho Paelllc const has brought
out considerable avallablo tonn:i;-t
that has been laying bile at Oakland
Cieek and other points. Tho stenmo:
Kansas City, which has been laid u.i
at San trauolaco for sevcial monthi'.
Is bcllig overhauled and will bo plac
ed In service on tho tun fiom Port
land lo S.th Pedro, via San Fran
cisco, In conjunction with tho slcani
ers Hear, Heaver and Hose City.
Want Pay for Carrying Sugar,
J A. SlrDonalil, ncllng ns master of
tho American steamship Lyra, filed a
libel In tho United Slates District
Court at 8nu Francisco on April 1,
seeking to teenver fiom the Federal
Sugar flclliilng Company ?57(il.27
said lo bo duo ns part of (ho freight
charges on 112,000 sacks of sugar
Milppptl from Now York to San Fian
Few Passengers In tho Makura.
Tlio travel on Canadian-Australian
steamers Is mobtly In tho direction
of tho Western continent at this bon
bon of the your. The crack Union
Steamship Liner Makura was an ai-
llval off the port early Ibis nioinlng
ami before eight o'clock was at a
berth on tho Hwa sldo of Alakoa
W.C. Peacock& Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
The uteamer sailed fiom Vancouver
nt thron oVtook ,ni tlio afternoon nf
Aurll 21st. nml lefl Vlrtniln nt eleven I
o'clock In tho evening of tho same
The ofllrciK' loporl a rather un
eventful trip down lo the Islands
For the most part Hie weather was
characterized hv light lo moderate!
and vni table winds and smooth seas
Thlity passengers In Hie tover.il
classes left the ship al Honolulu.
Traveling Ihrough to Auslral'uti iorls
nro one hundred end tlilrty-olght
passengers. The cai'g" dlsnharged lit
Honolulu Includes: 10 cases vhlsky,
03 drums codfish 1 case razors, D
pkgs. effects, 1 case test papjr, 13
Eldorado Has Fines Pending.
The American schooner Colorado
nriivlug rfeic Iho Hist of the week
with a shipment of fcrllllrer for Iho
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co. has been as
sessed fines which will nggrcgato a
largo sum. ll Is alleged by the Cus
toms, authorities that the vessel ar
rived hero minus Important papers
concerning her registry as well es
dealing with members of hor crew.
Tho chat go has been niado that the
Eldorado having been employed f tbo
coasting trade arrived hero with no
documents to show that sho bo por
inllted to engage In forolgn trado
Tho vessol brought cargo from Slo
xlco and and Cuntral .American porta
The .vessel In raider dolentlon pend
ing n boltlcmeut' ot Iho mutlcr.
The Cauadhiu-Aiistrali.in llmtr Sla-
kura vvns dispatched for Aiislrallun
polls by tho way of Fanning Island
at half past two this afternoon after
having left a bhuUI q-irgo at Honolu
lu. The slcainer vviui given somo Ion
tons of supplies intended for Funning
Brig Goes Into Codfish Trade.
After a long career in Iho traffic to
tho South Seas, tho old bilg Geneva
is to beconio a codflsher. and hcieafler
will opcrato to Iho Alaska and Uerlng
Sen waters. Tho Geneva has been
pm chafed by tho Union ribh Com
pany from Howes ' & Andrews for
$.r,000 Her now owners will have hor
rig changed to that of a schooner.
Hcsper May Become Treasure Ship.
At K.ikI" Harbor the old hark Hcs-jii-r
Is being uijtlllted for Captain Fred
Haekelt's third expedition to Cocos
Island fm a pinilo ticibiiio auppood
io he hulled Iheie,
-- . '.-J
t rftutitniiUHa AKltlVED
Pel P M. S. 8. Sliinchurla, from
Munlh, Hongkong, Japan iwrls For
Honolulu- c. Fnrrls, W. H. Hurtt, Sir
mid Mrs. Hcdeninuii, Sir. nnd Sirs. H.
A. Holland and daughter, Chas. O
Julian, Mr. and SIrH. F. SI. Swanzy .
TEAM GOES TO U. S.
Jlrn Slurao, director of tho baso
b.ill team of tho Kolo University,
which ui lived this morning from Ja
paft In the Bteauishlp Slaiichurla,
called at Iho lliillotin ofllcn to
stale ih.it tho hoys wero leady to
compete Wtll lu hascball teams of
tho Hulled Slates.
Mr Sim an is In clmrgo of tho boys
wlio mo travolliiB to tho Statos. Tho
manager of tho team is Mr. Sakural.
Ho Is one of Its best pluyors. Thero
aro ten players In tho team beside
tho director and tho general manager.
Hofoio leaving Jupan tho Kolos
played somo of tho host teams In tho
Emplia. Thoy will have a practlco,
If possible, this afternoon at Athletic
Stalls aro duo from tho following.
points as follows:
8nn Francisco Nippon Mam May 2.
Yokohama Manchuria, Apr. 2S
Colonics Per Mnrnmn, Slay 23.
Victoria- Per eZ.ilandh, Slav 20.
Stalls will depnit for tho following
points na followa:
San Ity-niictscn Mmirlmrtn, Apr. 20.
Yokohama Nippon Slaru, May 2.
Vancouver Per Slnrama. May 23.
Sydney Slnkiirn, Al'r. 28.
Dcel.it lug ns "Impertinent" a uues
tlon ns to wliotli.T or not ho had
vvrltt"ii a leltir to tho Ilcpubllcnn Ter
ritorial Control Committee Involving n
proinlso lo appoint selections of tho
central committee to bis department,
Stnrstnn Campbell Inslnted this morn
lug that ho had not written such a
In response to tbo ipiestlon ot tho
reporter, Campbell answered:
"Your o.uotlon Is linpertlm nt. I ro
fuse to be draw n Into nny such con-
troveri-y. I know nothing of such n
The Superintendent of Public 'Works
"I would bo gl.nl to show you tho
letter, but It was never written.
"Hveryono knows how my salary
ciiinc to bo passed nt J 100. Tbo Bon
nie pasiod It at that figure nnd the
House then out It down to Man it was
raised In the cnnfcri nco committee on
tho nppropi latino bill without my
know lodge and I did not attempt to
Tho denial of Supcrlntoulent of
Public Works Campbell Is absolute nnd
iiU'iuiilllled He states that ho did not
write a letter to the Territorial Cen
tral Committee and ho docs not dif
ferentiate between his private and of
"I did not write n letter to tbo cen
tral committee," reiterated Campbell,
"and that Hullo tin utoiy of yes
terday Is not true."
m i '
The bids recoived by United States
Marshal Hendry for temporary ac
commodations for the Federal depart
ments which have to leavo the Judi
ciary building next month will go for
ward to Washington on Ihe'Shinchiirla
Three locations nro Included 111
about six bids Hint havo been sub
mitted. Tho locution that Is consid
er ed tho most likely to ho selected Is
tho Kuplolutil building at tho corner
of Alakoa and King streels. Another
building Included in Iho bids is tho
Lowers & Cooko building and tho
Model Hlock on Fort street.
Whllo Iho bids have to be forward
ed to Washington the actual selection
of tho temporary accommodations
rests largely with United States Judge
demons, United Statos District At
torney Hreckons and Slarshal Hendry.
The last Legislature appropriated
$lir,,000 for tho rehabilitation of tho
Judiciary building and woik will bo
gin In about two months
A chniigo III tho plans for tho Car
negio Library that will scale off
something llko $2!i,000 from tho cost
of tho building itself und allow tho
structure to bo completed with the
funds In hand Is under consideration
by tho building committee.
If these new plans nro adopted, tho
entlio matter will probably bo re
opened nud a new Bet of bids called
for. A fow weeks ago tho bids wora
called III und opened, that of tho Uinl
Young company being tho lowest,
$113,000, tho building to bo completed
In 300 vvorklug days. However, the
fund amounted to hut $100,000, and
tho building committee could not lot
Iho contract. A. Lowls, Jr., chalimaii
of Iho building committee, conceived
tho happy Idea ot getting tlio legisla
ture to uppioprluto $2.1,000 out of Its
loan fund to allow tho work lo go on,
nud after taking It up with tho legis
lature, ho was successful In Getting
Even with this additional sum, tho
fund Is not sufficient to allow tho
building to bo put up on tho lro-pvroof
specifications and with tho furnish
ing nnd Other necessaries completo.
SVv Sir. Iswls asked some of tho con
trnctoiH why the bids vvoro bo high
and was Informed that it is on ac
count ot specifications tailing for
island stono to bo iibcd in tho im
nionso pillars that will uduin Iho
The change proposed aiwl now und
er consideration Is Tor Iho pllluiB In
bo mndo of concreto, which will cut
u good many thousutlda off the cost
of the structure and allow tho library
to bo finished w 1th tho monoy iu hand.
To do this will necosftltate tho re
opening of the bidding.
AMIItv to read and wilte Is now a
sulTrugo iciiulrement In Portugal.
MAY HE CHANGED
Thomas Square this morning was u
riot of color and small kiddles, hun
dreds ot ithnluullvo 3-nung(ars In all
sons nt costumes, from the Wild In
dian nnd cowboy to IJrovvnlcs of the
Palmer Cox variety and Japanese
maids sitting under blooming cherry
trees, wero marching around tho shad
ed walks while tho Iloynl Hawaiian
Hnnd discoursed music for their ontrr
tnlninrnt The ocinslon was tho annual May
Day celebration of tho kindergartens
In Honolulu, and every one of them
was leprosnileil by n crowd ot kiddles.
Special cars brought them to tho
playground under tlio euro of their
teachers, and hundreds of Honolulu's
citizens were nt tho square during tho
morning hours to soo tho youngsters
at their piny.
Knllhl. Kaultiwel.i, Castle. Fort Street,
Muriel, Palamn and Sillier Street kin
dergartens had their youngsters pres
ent In 'various costumes, and In ad
dition there wero thoic of tho Castlo
Home and tho pupils from tho first
grades In a few of tho public schools.
The jirrnngcme nts for tho "entire dny
wero, in the hands of Sllss Frances
Liivvrince, superintendent of kinder
gartens, nnd with tho aid of the teach-
vrs ot the various schools, tho day has
been a grand mkcxwi and tho llttlo
ones havo had the tlmo of their lives
ns well ns given the older peoplo a
chance to enjoy themselves watching
Knllhl Kindergarten youngsters enmo
In ns Indians, tho boys 'with bows nnd
nriovvs und the girls with babies
strapped to their backs. Thoy set up
n couple of tepees and had their cook
ing utensils hung uver tires laid for
From Knuluwela tho boys nnd girls
were decorated with red flowers, and
with red reins wero driving each other
around tbo grounds.
In tbo crowd from tho Cnstlo Kin
dergarten was tho greatest assortment
of costumes, dancing Indians, long
bearilcd llrownies, girls ns sivect pens
nnd n band of cowboys bringing up tho
rear. All the bojs In that school
wished to bo cowboys, so tho other
peoplo represented wero nowbero near
so numerous as tlioso ot that band.
Tho Fort Street Kindergarten had i
great ussorimtnt, occornica carts nnu
velocipedes bringing those children
itrbnhd where Iho crowds could seo
Thero was n HJfcvulInn princess
hauled In u small cart, a Japanese
I ill u noillll tail, ll uuiiuuuau
..under a jl;crr,v.ti;co. lit full
.111! another, I find nsooondljnp
filit "i hi ysnnthciiiilm'" docniMtcd,
maiden. .Under a
bloom 'In! iiiio'th'ei
iineso ftrt ihl vsnllthomillri
with tWinnldcn sitting demurely In
side Two Chinese children In a, cart
niaile lulo a sort of Hit one, nil of these
being ilrnvvn by other children of tlio
Mine nationalities as tlioso who occu
pb'il the carls.
In among tho carts came decorated
veloelplilcs, nml tbo Japanese nnd Chi
nese youngsters who pedaled steadily
olons took llfo seriously, being so busy
vvutdilng tho faces of playmates along
tlm walks that they did not know
those iibead had stopped nnd narrowly
eseapoil a full when thoy ran Into tho
one In front and brought up ylth a
Fiom Slurlel Kindergarten tho chll
ilnn came drosml ris 'king? nnd
lucens, nil having gold crowns on
Tho Castle Home children were dec
orated with flowers.
TI leaves formed tho decorations nf
tlio children 'nf Pnluma Kindergarten,
and they hauled their Slay Queen In
a hlKh-wheeleil cart decorated with thfl
same kind of leaves.
Sillier Street Kindergarten children
were dressed In while and boioalong
with them their Slaypolo and their
Theio wire two Maypoles and tho
children had u great morning out un
der the shuilo of the big trees,, tho
stieet' on each side of tho square be
ing lined wllli automobiles and car
riages lined wllh people wlio cniiioout
to seo tic fete.
U. S. GRAND JURY
Tho United Slates grand Jury has
hogun an Investigation Into tho hoard
ing of tho American schooner It. c
Sliulo last Wednesday night by u
patty of union sailors and tlio light
that l lion occurred
Unlled Stales Dlstilct Attorney
HiecKons slated this moinliig that be
cause of Iho testimony given hofoio'
the grand Juiy by the sailors union I
agent, Louis Camloron, ho would bo,
ludlclod for perjury. Camlet on swoio
poaltlvoly Ihut ho wua not on boird'
iho vcsaol al tlio tlmo of tho attack)
made upon tho ciow, but Iho nuthoil
tles declare that thoy nro In posses
sion of absoliito pi oof that ho was on'
tho ship at the time ho sworo ho win
The grand Jury went Into tho ca30
at considerable length this morning
and Is appaicutly convinced Hint tho
testimony of Caudoion constitutes
perjuiy of tlio most cxtromo sort
Coney Garage Automobiles
MeefAll Inter-Island Steamers
Touching J&AUAI .
WHO'S WHO ON
Sir C, Ilcdcjiianu, manager or Iho
Honolulu Iron w'oiks accompanied by
Mis. llcdelnatin, uio returning from
four months' absence spent In tliu
Fast. Whllo away Sir. Hedcmnnn,
luado a tour of Inspection of flvo largo
Biipnr mills erected and now under
operation on tho Island of Formosa.
These mills aro Hie product of the lo
cal company. The concern also has a
mill under way In Iho Southern Phi
lippines, nnd for tills icason the man
ager continued Ills Journey there
Sir. II. F. Cnrmnchucl of the nnu
of Caimlcliucl & Clarke, cousuHIng
engineers of Hongkong, Is ou his way
home to Kngtand nnd Is accompanied
by his wife
Hon Ilrcs Davlcs, the attorney gen
eral for tho Colony of Hongkong, Is
on his way to London, having been
summoned to bo pretcnt ui Hie coio
nnlion. Sir. Qunti ICal, n prominent Chinese
nf Hongkong nlso cashier for Iho Pa
cific Mall S. S. Co. nt that imrt. Is on
a business trip In America. Ho Is
accompanied by his bon and two no
phows nnd It Is his Intention in place
Hie three hos In school at Portland,
Sir. J. K. Norton President of tbo
California Lumber Co., nf .Manila, P.
I., is on a business trip to Hie Stales.
Judgo (Irani Trent of Slanlhi Is ou
his way to Washington, D. C, and Is
accompanied hf his wife. t
J. Preston Cutler and J. I.I. Itoskel
ley, two Mnrnmn missionaries are 10
lurnlng homo after yenrs of mission
ary service among the Japanese.
Sir. 11. K. Cole, .Manager or tho
Rtniidnrd Oil Co, of Yokohama, Japan
nlso Sir. and Sirs. J. P. Kicbs of Iho
Standard Oil Co., nt Hayonno, N .1.
all are travelling through to New
After n ears' absence In which ho
vloltcd tho sugar producing colliers of
Porlo Illco, Iho Philippines and Foi
mosa, F. SI. Swanzy Is a .passenger In
the Slatichiirln. Sir. Swahzy accom
panied by his wlfo have been spend
ing much time In a leisurely Journey
that cmnhlned business as well a .
pleasure. In a tour nf the Southern
Philippines Mr. Swanzy paid parti
cular attention to labor conditions
Lt.-CpllU L. Hnwlhornc. U. S A ,
the military attache nt tho American
Knibassy nl Toklo, Japan, is on his
vvny tn Washington, D. C.
Sir. J. Mm l, of Hie Kcln Univer
sity, Toklo. Is on board In chargo of
tho ImhoImH (cam of Hint lhii)nrsjtv
Tlie team tins been invited as Iho
gnosis of 23 Amuileau univeisllles
through Hie University of Wisconsin
The lucmbcrs of tho team aro as fol
lows: S. Oluishl. Y. Sakural, K. Kim
kl, SI. Koyiumi, N. Fukuila, K. Sasaki,
K. Nniarakl, 13. Illgo, K Suguse, S.
Ishlkuwu, S. (lOlo, I). Slljake, S. T.i
kithuiuti, A. Kiisaga and K. lshlliniu.
Tod C. Shrlvor Iho hlril-man is
Journeying home. Sir. Shrlver parti
cipated In Iho avlatlou meet hold at
Manila dining the last cat nival
Col. F P. Wilglit, ex-mayor of St.
Paul, Minn., returns homo nflor a
tour of .latum and is accompanied by
(iovernor Frenr and Senator Kiiud
ren of Kauai will leavo for Maul Ibis
evening ou Iho Claudine and aio
planning for a stay of several weeks
ou tho Island.
Tho main object of tho (lovernor's
visit to Muni Is Iho Inspection of tho
$100,0l)d Kuln pipe lino which was
finished Just bcfoio tho Lcgislaturo
convened and which It Is ipioposed to
extend In order lo reach lands that
arc not now benefitted by tho plpo
lino water but aio comparatively easy
Covcrnor Ficar and Scnulor Knud
seii are also planning to mnkothotilp
through tho ciuler of Halcukiila, a
vacation fiom Iho st tenuous days of
tho legislative session,
Friday, Apr. 28.
Victoria and Vfinctiuvoi Slultiirj,
C.-A. S. S 6:30 n. m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Man
churia, P. SI. S. S., n. in.
T DEPARTED V
Thursday, Apr. 27.
Kauai ports W.' Q, Hall, sttur., r
Hawaii and Slaul ports Llkellke,
stnir., 1 p. in
IV n k I t It n 1 1 o 1 1 n 1 1 orr year.