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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULO, T. H, FRIDAY, APR. 28, 1911.
Oceanic Steamship Company
leave 0. r. Arrlv. Hon.
April 29 May G
May 20 .... ... May 20
VM tint elate, single, S, I.; $110
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Steamers of the above company will
on or about tliu (Inlet mentioned below
TOR THE ORIENT.
0. S. Siberia . May 9
S. S. China . May 1G
S. S. Manclmrla . . M.lv22
5. !. Mongolia
3. S. Persia .
Tor general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
.'Steamers of I lie above Company
about Hih dates mentioned In low:
FOR THE ORIENT.
S. S. Nippon Maru May 2
S. S. Chlyo Maru May 30
Q. S. America Maru June 20
3. S. Tenyo Maru June 27
S. S. Nippon Maru .. July 18
S. S. Chiyo Maru Augutt IS
Matson Navigation Company
BETWEEN SAN TRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. TOR SAN FRANCISCO.
S. S. Wlllwlmma April 18
G. S. Honolulan May 3
8. S. Wilbflmina May 10
S. S. Lurlino May 20
lawf1.. - -. sw '.
"", ""s. S. HYADCS'of this line sails
about APRIL 29.
i For further particulars, apply to
OASTIE & COOKE, LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
Makura . . ...April 28 Zealandia April 25
Zealandia . . Moy2H Merama May 23
THEO II DAVEES 4 CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
AMERICAM-HAWA1IAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
from Now York to Honolulu, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at
V FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA
8. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail
S. S. MISSOURIAN, to sail
For further information apply to
Phone 2295 Readies
'Mustaee-Feck Co., Ltd.
ALL KINDS Or ROCK AND SAND TOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
63 QUEEN STREET P. O. BOX 212
r I he B. F. Dillingham Co.
flaneral Agent for Hawaii;
otlae Assurance Company of London,
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
Ith FLOOR, STANOENWALD BLDQ.
la not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
end t!iflt It provided oy the famous
Hid most equitable Laws of Massa
"husetto, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
y ,- if you wouiu Dn fully informed scout
nest laivs, aoarcss
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Arrive 3. T.
. .. May 16
first class, round trip, San Francisco.
& CO., LTD., General Agenti.
call at Honolulu and leave this port
FOR SAN TRANCIRCO.
0. S. Manchuria April 29
S. S. Mongolia May 20
S. S. Persia June 9
S. S. Korea .. June 17
S. 3. Siberia June 30
will call at and ltue Honolulu uu or
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
3 0. Chlyo Maru May S
S. S. America Maru May 26
S. 8. Tenyo Maru June 2
S. S. Nippon Maru June 23
S. S. Chlyo Maru July 21
S. 0. America Maru . August 11
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED,
S. S. Wilhelmina April 28
S. S. Honolulon May 12
S. S. Wilhelmina May24
9. S. Lurline.. ., May 29
from Seattle for Honolulu dlreot on t
General Agents. Honolulu
the Company's wharf, 41st Street, South
TO HONOLULU DIREOT:
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., agents,
MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Oahu Railway Time-Table
I For Walanao, Waialua, Kahuku and
Wuy Stations '9; IB a. m., 3:20 p. m.
ivr Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Station" 17;30 a. ,m., 'Sslo a. m.,
'31:30 a. ra 2:1G p an., 3;20 p. a.,
"5:15 p. m , 13:30 p m., ttl'.lK p. m.
r'or Wahlawa and LolloUua '10:20
a. tn., E;1E u. m, 19:30 u. ni., til: 16
Arrive Honolulu from Kiihuku, Wat
aulua and Walanao '8:36 a. m..
G:31 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu froa Rwa Mill and
Pearl City 17:45 a. m., 8:30 a. m,
11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. ro., M:26 p. m..
C:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Lellehua 9:15 a. m., tlM p- in., 6:31
P. m, tlP;10 p. ra.
Tho Halolwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first class tickets honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday ut 8:36
a. m ; returning, arrives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p m The Limited stops only
nt Pearl City and Walanae outword,
and Walanao, Watpabu and Peait City
I)nlly. tunday Birepted (Hiiuitay
0 P DRNISON, V, 0 SMITH.
Superintendent. O P. A,
B ii 1 1 ii 1 ' n plume numbers arei
liuslni'8-i Ofllre 2ii.
I'llltrrlul Hoomi 2181,
Established in 1858
Bishop & Co.
Commercial end Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondent! tor the
American Expren Company
and Thoi. Ccok & Son.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPiTAL, 1000,000
CLAUS SPRECKELS &
Invites your Account and
offers satisfactory tervloe.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
HEAD OFFICE... YOKOHAMA
Capital (Paid Up).. Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 16,1,00.000
Oeneral banking business
transacted. Savings account for
t and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vaults,
Kith Safe Depoult lloxes fur rent
i ut 12 per year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to be kept on
custody at moderate rutes.
Particulars to be applied for.
IB AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Olllce, Bethel and Her.
cbants Streets. Telephone 2421
and IVU. V. O Hoi 168.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND BI0HABDS 118,
Automobiles, Motor Cycles, das Sta
tionary and Marine Engines, Bice
Mill Machinery, Etc.
Engineering ari Contracting
House-Wiring Repairing Supplies
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near BeretanU
A fall assortment, lizei Z4"xl8"
to 48"zia&", and gauges No. 18 to
N- SB just to hand.
Vfe do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction,
Your patronage is solicited.
PE0MPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King Street
of all Knrai.
AXALXBH IB LTJUBBS.
ALIXX A aOfTOffSOH.
Idkb Btrtst 'i nnnnlnls
2185 tdllorlal looms 225G
liusluess nfllcc. 'Ilicie are the tele
pliono nnmliiTH nf the Hullo tin.
THE GOVERNMENT x
By its system of contract work has becoms a close and particu
lar buyer in all markets. The Army has contracted with us to
supply the stone and sand used in the concrete buildings for the
quarters to be erected at Fort Ruger, Looks as thounll our Not.
2, 3 and 4 CRUSHED ROCK met requirements.
Honolulu Construction & Drying Co., Ltd.,
Alexander & Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
II P. llalclwln President
W M Alexander . .,
J I Cooke.,.. 2nd Vice-President
.1 It Clnlt. . 3ril Vice-President
John Hullil . Acting Tnnsurer
i: l: 1'ai.tun. . . . Secretary
V O Hmllli ..
W n f'ustle
O N. Wilcox
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Cnmmiril d S. Sugar Co
Hnlku Sugar Coniiuny.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Compnii)
Kuhiiku Plntitiitlon I'oinpany
Mclirjde .Sugar Company
Kaliulul Hallro.ul Company
lCntinl Hallway uinun
Haiku Krult inn l'ncklnr; Company.
Kanal Trult ami l.and Company
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING: AND COMMISSION MEH.
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Kits Plantation Co.
WalalUR Avrlcukurul t!o Ltd
Kobalu Sutar Co,
Wnlraea Sugar MID Co.
Apokna Sufar Co Ltd
Fulton Iron Works' of HL Louis,
Batcorlr A Wilson Pumps.
Orcon's Fuel Economlurs.
Matsou Navlgntlon Co.
.C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8UGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors:
n. F. Bishop President
Geo. II. Houertson
....Vice-President and Manager
W. W, North .,..4..., Treasurer
Richard (vers Secretary
J. R. Golf v.-..!... . Auditor
fJco. R. Carter Director
C. H. Cooke Director
It. A. Cooka director
A. Oartley , Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Itoyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool.
London Amurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union & National Ins.
Co. of Kdlnburgu.
Caledonian Insurance Co. ot
Axuerlcnu & Foreign Marin In.
Territorial Board o
Office 403 Siungtwaia ills;.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
7. A. OILMAN
Consulting, Designing and Co-
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures. Steel Structures, Sanitary Syi
tcms, Beports and Estimates on Pro
jectu. Phone 1045,
Inter-Island nnd O, It. & L Shipping
books for sale at the R u 1 1 e 1 1 n
office. COq each.
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by vlrtun of a certain
Writ of Kvicutlun lulled by the Honor-
nblo Wlllltm . Whitney, Second Judge
of the Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit, on the J7th day of April, A. D.
11)11, In tliu nmtlvr of Asroclntcri fla
niBi', Limited, ii corporation. Plaintiff,
n Jordan A. Slln, Dnfvndnnt; Jninca
Ilkkiidl, Auditor of the City ami
Count of Honolulu, Carnlsliee, nnd
mimjred I. 72'IS, Uott 3-2GS, for the
mini of Heveii Hundred and Flvo and
r. 1-100 (1705.5) Dollam, I did, on the
27tli day of April, A D. 1911, mako n
diinaml on Jordan A Hllrn, Defend
ant, for paMiu'iit of nald Judgment an
Klattd nboe, nnd having failed to com
ply with micli demand, I did, on the
27th day of April, A 1) 1911, levy upon,
nnd Khali offtr nnd pxpoxe for sale mid
noil at public auction to tliu hlKhexl
lilddi r, ro much of the property here
inafter refined to an inuy 1- mce-i-mry
to nullify the wold Writ of Uxo-
Liitlcm at the (Mil Auction Hooiiim,
Mtrchnut Ktrvet, Honolulu, City nnd
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, nt 12 n'llmk noon of Monday,
the 21th dny of May, A D 1911. all
of tho right, tltlu nnd Interest of the
xnlil Jordan A bllu. Defiudnnt, III and
to the following property of the de
fendant unlesn the mun due under snld
rpecthe Writ of Execution, toeether
with lnterent, ooMk nnd my fee and
exp( iiho, are previounly paid'
piiopniiTY to in: Hoi.n
1 All of Uits 3, i, C ami 0 In
lihx-k 14, Knlulanl Tract, Kulllil, Ho
uoliilil, described as foilown: llegln
nlru' nt the weal corner of Lot 3, Hloclc
H, l lug the nouth corner of Lot 1,
llloclc H, and running as foilown:
I N f, OF V., 100 feet along I.tots 1
and 2, Ulriek 14:
2-H 3k' W 13, 20ft feet nlong Lots
12, 11. 10 and 9, Block 14;
2 S 2S" IV 13. 200 feet along I.otH
4 N. 28 C9 W, 200 feet nlonir ltoad
K to In It I il point
Arra. 20,000 nc ft Part of Apam
2, It. P 2501. I. C A C4M to Knunti
lio.i no Moehonun, being tho prtmlsej
diHtrlbed in deed of W H Cattle.
Trustee, to Jordan A HIImi; recorded
In Book 2S3, p IDS
2 All of t lint certain leasehold of
premise on Punchbowl street, Auwn
lollnui, Honolulu, being bane from
Knplolanl to IrancHca da Trlnld.ide,
dutcil November 1ft, 1807, Numbered
157, and asilgued to mild Jordan A
8lla by assignment recorded In Book
304, pngo 299,
Panel 1 above lrjentloijid subject
to a mortgage of J1G0, rful6d August
21, 1909, to Cecil liiowu, ("lu.irdlan of
Mary Alice Porter, recorded In Book
32.', pige 13S.
Terms. Cakh In United Htntes gold
Dated, Honolulu, City and County of
Honolulu, Teirltory of Hawaii, this
27lb duy of April, A D 1911.
Hlgli Sheriff, Tirrltory of Hawaii
4911 Apr. 28; Muy 1,1, 27.
To Subscribers Mutual Telephone Co,
lK-glnnlne' May 1, 1011, a snitching
iharco of 10 cents per snitch will be
inailo for every inessaKo completed be-
l wein the Main IJxcliaiiKo In Honolulu
unci all tileihones connected with the
Wnlpubu Urancb nxihunKo, such cliurge
to be collectable from the subscriber
fioni wboHe tekpbnne the call Is made.
MUTUAL THLIU'IIONn CO, LTD
Hy J. R QAI.T, Treasurer.
4903 Apr. 15-30 Inc.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice Is hereby Riven that a new
Dlnctory of Hubscrlbers of tho Mutual
T, lophona ('a, Ltd., Is now being com
piled und will shortly be published
All Intending subscribers, und all
subscribers desiring any change of
name or nddreRS, nre earnestly request
ed to leavo Instructions In writing at
the nfllcfl of the company on Adams
lane, not later than APUIL 30, 1011,
after which date poultlcly no changes
Will be made for the new Directory.
MUTUAL TRt.UPIIONIl CO, LTD.
Honolulu, April 15, 1911.
4903 Apr. 15-30 Inc.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
stockholders of the Union Pted Co,
Ltd, will he held nt thn olllce of the
company, Saturday. April 29, 1911, nt
10 o'clock a. m
C J TALK,
Secritary, Union 1'eeil Co, Ltd
4 U 1 2 - .1 1
nrncB or Tim iioaud or
Honolulu, Hnuall. April 24, 1911
TKNDIIUS roil rUHNlSIUNU AND
i:quipmi:nt. kapiolani oirls'
1iomi3, kai.iiii, honolulu.
Healed tenders, In duplicate, en
dorsed "Tenders for Furnishing nnd
Hqulpmeut, Kaploluuinirls' Home, Ka
llhl, Honolulu," for furnishing and
equipping tliu Knplolanl Olrl.s Home,
ut Kulllil, lliiuoiuiii, will lie receiveu nt
the otllCH ot tliu Hoard of Health until
12 o'clock noon, Monjuj, May 8, 1911
Bpi clllcatlons und u list of articles
required, and other Information, muy
bo had upon application at the olllce
of the Hoard of Health,
Tenders must bo accompanied Ivy a
certified check oquul In nmouiit to 5
of tho tender
All bids must be mado on fin ins
fiirnlHlii'd by the Kuaid of Health and
must bu submitted In accordance v,ti
nnd hit subject to, tliu provisions and
requirements of Act C2, Hesslou Laws
The Ilojrd of Health does not bind
Itself to accept tho lowist oi liny bid
THll HOARD OF UHAI.TII
Hy Uh Piesldent
11 A MOTT-SMITH
4910Apr 24, 25, 21., 27, 28, 29, Mas I,
2, J, 4
IN TIH3 CIRCUIT COURT OF TIVJ3
First Circuit, Territory or Hawaii. At
Chambers. Fronclsco S. Borges, Com
plainant, v. Maria Adelaide Betten
court Brlo70 de Sequelra Hncamacao,
Defendant. The Territory of ilawall:
Tn tho lllsh Sheriff of tlie Territory of
Hawaii, or his Doputj ; the Sheriff of
the City aud County of Honolulu, or
nls Dtputy; You are loinniatided to
summon Murla Adelaide Bettencourt
llrloro dn Sequelrn Kucumacao to ap
pear ton days after survlce hereof, If
Mm resides In the Clty-nnd County of
Honolulu, otherwise twenty days after
service, before such Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of tin- First Circuit as shall
bo sitting ut Chambers la the court
room of said Judge, In tho Judiciary
building, In Honolulu, to answir the
annexed complaint of Franclcio S.
tlorircs Wllnesi tho Honorable W. J.
ItulllNSON, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Plrit Circuit, at Hono
lulu afonsuld, this 24th day of Janu
ary, 1911 (fcieal ) J A. THOMPSON,
Notice Is hereby elven that an ac
tion as aboe entitled was commenced
In the Circuit Court of the First Ju
dicial Circuit of the Territory of Ha
waii on the 24th day of January, A.
D 1911. That snld action so com
menced as aforesaid liiNohves tho title
to land located within tho City of
Honolulu, being (1) portion of award
to I.. I.ee, and known us the Fornan
der Lot on King street. In said Ho
nolulu, und (2) on the maukn side of
Hotel btiwt, between Nuuanu und
Smith ntrietM, In said Honolulu, said
premises being more particularly set
forth and described In said complaint,
on lite hi said Court. And the defend
ant above named and all persons hav
ing Interest In said premises In said
complaint described nre hereby noti
fied to appear In said cause and sbuw
'auso If any there be why Judgment
should not be awarded In favor of the
above-named complainant and against
the above-named defendant, as prayed
for In said complaint. Dated, Hono
lulu, January 2C, A D 1911. Kinney,
Ballon, Prosser & Aadirson, attorneys
4830 Jan 27; Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24; Mar,
3, 10, 17, 24. 31; Apr. 7, 11, 21. 28.
IN T11K C1HCU1T COURT OF T1II3
First Circuit, Territory of Itanull At
Cliuiubirs In Probate Probate No.
43k0 In the muttir of tho Hstato of
Anna Mnrkliain, Lite of Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, deceased A docil
mi ut purporting to be the Iist Will
and Ti'stniiuiil of Anna Markham, do
ceuned, hiivliig on tliu 20tli iluy of
April, A 1). 1911, been presented to
wild Priibatu Court, and a Putltluti for
Probate thereof, prajlug for the Issu
ance of Li tti rs Tcstumi ntury to John
Murkhnm, bnvlng been tiled by John
Markham, It Is Orderid, that MulliluJ,
tliu 29th day of May, A. Si. 1911, ut 9
o'clock u in of said day, at the court
room ot said Court In the Judiciary
building In the City und County of
Honolulu, hn und tho sumu Is hereby
appointed tho time and place for prov
ing sjld Will und hearing said applica
tion Dated, Honolulu, April 20, 1911
H the Court: Attest: (Seal) M T
HIMONTON, Clerk, Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit Cecil llrown, utlor
ne fuc petitioner
. 4908 Apr 21,. 28; May 6, 12.
More Pllikla for Weir Boats.
Tliu Weir Line stoaiuoiH coullntiu
to moot wllli tinublo. Tho now Oi
tortc which btniight tho Spanish uu 1
Poituguoso Immigrants to thesu
short's nnd Is now loturulng to tli'i
coast after tho desalt or a lieny
bond having been arrangod for Insur
ing payment of n stiff lino Is still
flush In the minds nf local readers.
lty tho l.itu Australian uowspapei'j
comos teport that tho steamship
Occuno, of the) Austtnllan mull lino,
litis gonu tisliore ut Port Stephens.
A inessago tocelod at Sydney fiom
tliu llglithotiha keeper stalon that tho
vcssol, which loft Newcastle at in
curly hour had. In attempting to
each Salamander Day, limbic Port
Stephens, got ou the South Spit. She
was going In to load timber In thn
bay prior to setting out for San Fian-
Tho OceniKi belongs lo tho sumo
ownuis us tho steamship Huvorlc,
which wus teportoil uuhoiu ut Ntiku
ulofii, In tho Tongan group. Tho
OceniKi Is of 4GS7 tons register, and
tho Uovcric of 4115 tons. Thus
MesHis Andiow Weir and Co. hao
two ateaniers of a totol tonnage of
0012 tons In tumble In Pad lie wnlois
ut tho present time, mid both ate
Aiistrulluu mull liners.
When shu left Sydney tho Occuno
cairleil sumo 300 tons of general cir
K", but luadeil 7000 tons of coal ut
Newcastle, of which over 1400 tons
was for blinker purposes. Her caig.i
gavo her a di aught of about 2,1 feet
In tho tegular cliauucl ut Pint Ste
phens theio Is not loss thun L'l It
of vntor niiywliGro tit low llilo.
Luxury Versus Safety.
Tliu inoileiu slcnmshlp, to judge
by tho monster vessels of tho At'
lantlo passenger t ratio, l-its reached
the ultimate point of luxury. A man
or woman of means tuny tnko pass
ago nowi(laH In u lingo mid swllt
ininlii:; striictmo whoso appoliitmunts
would hao made tho t ravelin uf fifty
yeitiH ugo gasp with iiiiia.emeiit
Stiituiooms with inlv.'ilo shower
balliH, u swimming pool laigo eiiougli
lo poimlt of dllug; u bullitxiiu cum
pilsiug uu entlio upper deck, which
will reno also ns a skating rink, a
gymnasium abundantly equipped with
VC88ELf TO ARRIVE
Saturday, Apr. 29.
Hllo via way ports Miuina Kea,
Sunday, Apr. 30.
Molokal, Maul and Lnual ports
Kauai ports Kluati, stmr.
Tuesday, May 2.
San Francisco Nippon Maru
Wednesday, May 3.
San V'raiiclt.co Iliinolulan, M N 9.
Friday, May S.
Hongkong la Japan ports Chlyu
Mm ii, T. K. K. S. H.
San Fraticlsco Sierra, O. S 8.
Tuesdya, May 9.
San Francisco Siberia. P M S S.
Tuesday, May 1G.
San Francisco China, P, M. S 8.
Sau Francisco Wllliulmlua, M. N
Saturday, May 20.
Hongkong la Japan ports Mongo
lia, P M S 8.
Sunday, Apr. 30.
Kauai isirls Noenn, stmr,
Wednesday, May 3.
Kauai iiorts W. O Hall, stmr
Ilawall via Mutil ports Claudlno,
Saturday, May G.
Illto la way ports Manna Kea,
Sunday, May 7.
Kauai porta Kluuu, slinr.
Maul, Molokal and lmnl ports
Monday, May 8.
Kauai porta--Noeati, stmr
Wednesday, May 10.
Kami ports W Q, Hull, stmr
Hawaii la M:iu ports Claudtn,
VE88ELa TO DEPART
Friday, Apr. 28.
Hawaii via Maul pnits Claudlnu,
stmr., S p m
Australian ports la Fanlng Island
Makura, C.-A. S. S
Saturday, Apr, 29.
San rranclsco Manchuria, P. M.
Monday, May 1.
Kauai poils Noeau, stmr, C p m
Tuesday, May 2.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon
Maru, T K. K. 8 S.
llilo via way ports Mauna Ko.i,
Etmr.. 10 a. nf.
Maul, Molokal aud Lanal ports
Mlknhnla, stmrwC p. m.
Kauai jmrts Klnati, stmr, Ii p. m
Thursday, May 4.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr,, 5
Friday, May 5.
San Francisco Chljo Maru, T. K.
K. S. 8.
Hawaii via Mnttl jsirts Claudlne,
stmr., 5 p in.
Tuesday, May 9.
Hongktng via Japan ports Siberia,
P. M 8. S.
Wednesday, May 10.
San rrnurlsco Slerru, O, 8. S.
Friday, May 12.
Sau Frnnclsco Hlnoliil.in. M. N 8.
Tuesday, May 16.
Hongkong via Japan ports China,
P. M S. 8.
Saturday, May 20.
Sun Francisco Mongolia, P. M. 8.
Dlx, arrived Seuttlo, Apr 10.
Lognn, from Munllu for Honolulu,
Sheridan, arihe.l at San Francisco,
Sherman, from Honolulu, for Manila,
Crook, arrUeil at San Francisco, Apr.
Duford, arrived Shanghai, Mar. 31.
Pcr O. 8. 8. Sierra, for San Frnn
clsco, Muy 10. Mr. and Mrs. Dern
steon, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Dalrd, Mr.
aud Mrs. (!. W. C. Deerlng, Mr. und
Mrs. A. K. Cloodmundson, Miss Truel
son, Mr. und Mrs. J. 8. Spltzer, Mr.
and Mrs a. 8 Ahers, Mrs. 11. Holt,
Mrs C. 8. Holt, Mr. und Mrs. A. P.
Juckson, Mrs A (.'. Mohr, Mrs. I'. II.
Hoot, Mr und Mrs Titus, Mrs Mohr,
Mrs A U Butters. Mr, nnd Mrs.
Fredericks, Mr. aud Mrs. J. Thomas,
P. i:. Holt. Mrs. Clerfnyb, Mrs. Shay,
Miss I. Thomas, Mrs. Thompson, J.
T McUrosson, T N Terry, Carl llerg
lleld, (1. 8. Carpenter, Mrs Marston
Campbell, Mm. S Gomez, T. II. Den
ton, Prince Kalnuluniuile, Mrs. S. Pe
rnio, Mrs I M Cox, Miss M H.
Clarke, 12. J Heece, A, 13. Lorliner,
Mr. und Mrs O. C. Swuln, Alex Hoff
man, V. Malm, MIbh (1. Uavls, Miss I.
Hoffman, Ur II. Murshull, Miss 10.
Shormau, Miss 1. Sullivan, Miss
Farnsworth, C. A llruns. J. J Sulli
van, J II Helper, Miss II. Wuhku,
Miss A Welbku, Mrs. L. C. Hansen,
Miss M I). Tompkins, Mrs M. F
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Thursday, April 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 27:
8 S, Honolulan, fot Honolulu.
Waofcly n u 1 1 e 1 1 ii II per Tear.
tt tt :t n nntt n it xs n u :: i: n
modern piruphci nulla; u cafo bu, nr
lutiged on oiio of upper decks us to
lender tho Illusion uf u cafo ut a
seashlo icsort ns leallstic as )ussl
blo; u grllliiHim suggesting au old
Digital) cliop-hoiibo, with lilgli-cakcd
stalls und bio.nl, low tables, unit u
siiu-di'ck lupiiisentliig a tlowei gti
den piolcclt'd bv a glass loof and"
beirecked with :i largo variety of tro
pical plants ami foliage,