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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, MAY 6, 1911.
IIiiikiIiiIii f'lmiitrr l'nic
llir. "tllO p. in.
Honolulu Tlilril Ilcgn e.
Oceanic Third Degree.
llnvinll.iu SitoiiiI Degree.
All visiting memDom of tns
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings at local lodgti
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
lit K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
...m.ir n.Miirrr.pi aicuiu...
KiAmnc cnomccna othei amo
NEFICI(il AWWTIOK. ciatiom cor.
HAWAIIAN TBIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meeta every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knlghti ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor
tlally Invltrd to attend.
11. FOSTER, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot It.
HONOLULU AEEIE, 140, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NH6DAY evening ot oach month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
retanla and Fort street.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. a no a davis w. p.
"VVM t McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU L0D03S, 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D, P. O.
lks, meets In their hall, on King
Rtreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
i) p it isENnnno, n it.
Gi:0. T KLVKOKL, Sec.
WK. McKINLEY L0DQE. NO. 8,
X of P.
Meets evsry 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
F. F. KILI1EY, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. It. S.
Uroken buses replaced quick and
Spvciul lcnes ground tn order
Broken frame reimlretl promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, oppotlte Yo
When Building a
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
669, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Building, comer Hotel nnd
The best Lenses lu (own (o fit every
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, U per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing la Best at The Encore.
ThOFe who drink at the Anchor
Saloon nro Immune from cholera.
Whitney & Mnrah are now showing
tlio latest novelties In Evening Capes.
Mrs. 11. W nuclei' sailed front llllu
for tlio coast In the steamship En
terprise. (lay's and Joo Knlana's Locomobile
enn be found ut the Auto Livery;
Tiiu Hawaiian Hand will piny nt the
Kalmtilil Fair this nrturnoou. The
Sundu) concert will be In the tapltol
Joseph Homnn, hat cleaner, 122
Heretnnla St., next to 11 ro station,
guarunlees nil his work. Hats called
fur and delivered. Phono 1C57.
According to the Hlln Tribune, the
Spaniards who havo been Bent to Ha
waii are migrating In parties of n tloi
en nl na time, to the Coast.
Exacting tea drinkers nre always
pleased with the "Hoc rand Tea Im
ported direct from Coylon by Henry
May & Co.. Ltd. Telephone 1271.
The fishermen nt Hana are reported
to have hud something bejond flsli
eriuan's luck one day last week.
About 13.000 fish constituted the day's
The corner stone for the new Union
chinch at Wnlluku will be laid to
morrow afternoon nt 4 o'clock. Ad
dresses will be made by prominent
Postmaster Lyons, at Wallukit, has
been making some muclr-needed Im
provements In tho office which are
greatly appreciated by the people o(
The Labor Union members of Hlln
nro after Principal Capellas of the
Hnkalau school, alleging that he has
been employing Japanese on govern
The Herald says that a number of
pupils of tliu Hlto HI went down tu
Wnlakea whnrf to meet tho Ctaudlne
on her last trip, for tho purpose of
meeting Mrs. Compton but were dl
At n meeting of the trustees of Ka-
mehamelia Sschools yesterday nfter
noon two subjects were under discus
sion, tho farm and Its products, and
mathematics being considered. A. F.
Judd and W. Q. Smith of tho trus
tees conducted the examination into
QKOHGE W. CARIt of this city has
been visiting nt Wulluku. -r
J. P. COOKE- returned this morning
from n short trip to Kauai.
BILLY FIELD of Maul has been
called to Honolulu liv the Grand Jlirv.
JOHN T. McCHOSSON, tho Irriga
tion magnate, Is backfrorp. a trip to
CAPT. A, L. SOULE. of Lanal, ar-1
rived this morning on a business trip
to spend a few days In Honolulu.
DELEGATE KUHIO will probably
leave for Washington n the Sierra,
ho having booked for thai vessel.
.MRS. It. N. MOSSMAN was a re
turning passenger on the Klnau,
which arrived from Kauai porta this
J. A. ANDROSS will tnko chargo of
tho piano department of tho Berg
strom Music Co. Ho Is a lato arrival
UEV. J. M. LYDGATE, of Kauai,
arrived this morning on the Klnau.
Ills wlfo has been hero for several
days preceding him.
nil. a. II. HUDDY, a member of
tho last house from Kauai, arrived
on the Manna Ken this morning from
llllo, where he Is considering settling
U. S. MARSHAL E. It. HENDRY
and District Attorney Breckons re
turned on tho Mauna Kea this morn
Ing from a flying trip to Maul.
L. S. CONNESS. Miss Evylyn Van
natta, W. II. C. Campbell and S. L.
Deshn, Jr., who arrived on the Mauiri
Ken this morning, are witnesses In
tho Comptoii-Illclimond case.
JAMES L. YOUNG, of tho Lord
Young engineering company, arrived
this morning on the Manna Kea after
a fow weeks in llllo looking nrter tho
company's breakwater contrnct.
DR. ARCHER IIIWIN, of Hakalau
plantation will soon take u six
months' vucntlon, his place being filled
by Dr. V. 13. Collins. Dr. Irwin ex
pects to visit his old home in Nova
JUDGE KEPOIKAI, of Maul, who
was Btrlckon with npoploxy somo tlmo
ago, suffered iv second uttnek yester
day morning, according to newB from
Muul today. Ho rallied somewhat but
Is Btlll vpry III.
DR. AND MRS. HAYES ot Hllo will
leave within a short time for Vienna,
whoro Dr. Hayes will take up an ex
tensive course of study. They expect
to settle In the United States, prob
ably Baltimore, later.
Unsolicited nnd well-deserved honor
has come to prof Vuughan Mnc-
Cnughey of tho College of Huwull. He
has been usked by the University of
Cullfornlu to hecomo u member of Its
faculty during tho summer session, and
Prof. MucC'nughey will take chargo
of tho department of nature, study, tu
which he Is a recognized authority. Ho
nnd Mrs. MacCaughey will leave for
the Coast early In June.
At a lecent meeting of the American
Association for tho Advancement of
Hclonee, Prof MacCaughey was hon
ored by being elected a fellow of tho
issoelatlon. His achievements reflect
crnllt not only un himself, but on tlio
untlro Territory, -
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Ji. H. Love)
Xhtjt Wireless Will Co-operate. t
Thn Dntmrtinent of Commerce and
Labor1 has notified Scuttle, Bteumshlp
lines that arrangements hare been
made with the Navy Department by
which naval shore, stations will usslst
In tho enforcement ot the wireless
ship act which became effective July
1st. During May and June between
the hours of 8 a. in. and C p. in. wire
less messages will be received from
merchant vessels subject to tho net
to show that such vessels are equip
ped with efficient apparatus for radio
communication) In good working or
der and In charge of a person skilled
In the use of such apparatus. The
United Slates navy operators nt the
shore stations will mall the messages
to the Navy Department at Washing
ton, where they will be turned over
to the Department of Commerce and
311mtorn Mai Lumber for Honolulu.
Tho American schooner Mlndoro
has been chartered to load lumber nt
Portland, Ore., with destination as
Honolulu at a' rate of $5.50 a thou
sand feet. Tho schooner Is at lie
dondo, nnd will arrive for May-June
loading. She has capacity for hand
ling 950,000 feet qt fir. This Is the
first vessel takenNto load In the river
for the Hawaiian Islands for severnl
months. The Identity of tho charter
ers was not disclosed.
Arlzonan from San Francisco Direct,
The American-Hawaiian steamer
Arltonnn did not call at Puget Sound
ports on the trip Just brought to a
conclusion by her arrival at Honolulu
this morning. '
Bringing about fifteen hundred tons
general cargo and merchandise, that
left New York by tho steamer Ha
waiian on March 9th and tho Texan
on -.March 15th, tho Arlzonan has
gono to the Railway wharf to dis
charge. Sealtlo and Tocoma wero
omitted. The vessel will remain hero
.until about May 10th before sailing
i or jianuiivi, luianapatt auu maim
ports to gather up sugar cargo for
the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Tho
Arlionaawas eight days In making
tho trip from San Francisco. The
vessel met with fair weather and
brought no mall.
Cloud of Witnesses In Mauna Kea,
"A cloud of witnesses" arrived at
Honolulu this morning among I ho
passengers In the Inter-Island
stenmer Mauna Koa. They will prob
ably be called upon to tell what they
know concerning the Hlto High
The vessel arrived with a fair list
of cabin passengers and a small car
go. The freight list fuel tided tho
usual consignments of empties, 3902
pieces of native lumber, 10 cords
wood. C crates chickens. 253 head
sheep nnd 187 packages sundries.
Captain Freeman reports a fair trip
across the channel. Tho officers' re
port Ideal weather nt the Volcano
though but fow tourists havo taken
advantage of tho exceptional oppor
tunity to visit the natural wonder.
Hawaii Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
The accumulation of BUgar on Ha
wall according to report brought by
Purser Phillips of the steamer Ma
una Kea. Includes the following con
Blgnments: Olaa 13,650; Walokea,
17.000: Hawaii .Mill 7750: Walnnku
8200; Onomca 0943; Pepeekco 14,500;
Honomu 5300 ; Hnkiuau 7500; I-aupa
hoehoe 17,000; Ookala 9000; Kukalaul
(D) 4705; Kukalau (II) 2415; llama
kua 11,400; PaaUhau 3C00; Honoknj
11.000; Kukillhaclo 23,700; Punnluu
9374; llnnuiipo 24C1 sacks.
Chlyo Maru Made Fine Landing.
Honolulu pilots tnko exceptions to
the statement that the Injuries sus
tained by a Hawaiian stevedore yes
terday morning ut Alnkeu wharf were
due to the breaking of a stringer
caused by a collision from tho Jap
It Is pointed out that the Chlyo
Maru made one of tho best berthings
at the wharf witnessed In somo tlmo.
It appears that tho slevedoro suffered
an uccldcnt by tho breaking of a por
tlon of the gear used In the discharge
ot.cargo. Ho wag taken to tho I103
pltal whero ho Is said to bo lu a pre
Rain Delayed Enterprise Departure
Rain Is assigned tho cause uf the
small delay In tho sailing ot tho Mat
son Navigation stoamor Enterprise
from Hllo, The vessel got away for
Han Francisco on lust Wednesday
taking n full cargo of sugar nnd a
number of passengers. It Is current
it, 'vntxiwlnt I Unit Mm l-1itnrnrlai wll
ly roportcd that tho Enterprise
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
bo laid off for a couple of trips pend-
'ng some peeueu repairs. in uns
event the Honolulan will bo employ
cd In taking tare of the business of
ferud at tho Hawaii metropolis.
Klnau to Go On Marine Railway.
The Inter-Island steamer Klnau
will go on tho marlii'j railway for
the usual overhauling and repaint
ing. The vessel arrived nt the port
this morning from a regular trip to
Kauai ports. Fair weather was en
countered on the homeward trip. The
freight list Included 'he following
Items: 55 bags K. K. II. sugar, 100
bags taro, 51 cases honey, 84 M. T.
bbls and 75 pkgs sundries.
Parser Donald Kent of the Inter
Island steamer Klnau which arrived
tills morning brings report of the fol
lowing sugar awaiting shipment:
Mnk. 44,812, Mcll. 33,957. G. & R.
3870, K. S. M. 400, K. K. U. 2400, M.
S, Co. 23.000. K. 8. Co. 1000, K. P.
8780, L. P. 17 253.
Footing 8uey Arrived at Mahukona.
Sixteen duys passage from Hono
lulu to Mahukona Is credited to tlio
American bark Fooling Suey that Is
reported by Purser Phillips to have
arrived at tho Hawaii port. This
vessel Is tu take on a consignment of
sugar destined for Delaware Break
Barkenttne Benecla Leaves Hllo.
Having completed the discharge of
a shipment of lumber, the barkentluo
Benecla Is reimrted by Purser Phil
lips of the Mauna Kea as having sail
ed fiom Hllo on Friday. It Is under
stood that the Benecla has been fixed
for another trip to the island of Ha-
Cheh&lli Ofl for the Coast.
Tho bnrkcntlne Chehalls having
completed the discharge of a ship
ment of lumber qt Hllo is reported to
have sallod for Pugot Sound yester
dny. Tlio next charter for the Che
halls calls for n trip to South Aine
Manchuria With Later Malls.
Tho Pacific Mall steamer Manchu
ria which sailed from Honolulu with
passengers and rule mails arrived at
San Francisco yesterday according to
cables received', at tho local agency
of tho steamship company.
Kellogg to be Fumigated.
Tho American schoonor O. M. Kel
logg, which arrived somo tlmo ago
with a shipment .of .lumber from
Grays Harbor has been sent to tlio
Channel wharf ,for fumigation prior
to sailing for the Sound.
Robert Lewers .Ready to Sail.
Tho schooner tllobei t lwers arriv
ing here on April 14th with lumber
to the order of Lewers and Cooke
hus been inailo ready for sea and is
expected to got away for tho Sound
In ballast today.
Mall Arilved at the Sound.
Mali given the Canadian Australian
slcnmer .ealandla destined for tho
Pacific northwest leaving Honolulu on
April 2Clh Is reported to hnve arriv
ed at Vancouver on last Wednesday
Maul Sugar Is Discharged.
Nearly twelve thousand sacks sugar
brought from Hawaii porta by tho
Inter-Island stenmer Maul has been
discharged and that vessel will soon
bo ready for dispatch to Island ports.
Lumber Now Enroute,
Hllo Imisirtcrs look for tho near ar
rival of die schooner Okanogan with
h -shipment of lumber from Puget
Sound, The vessel sailed for Hawaii
about ten days ago,
Camano Has Reached the Sound.
Tho American schooner Camano,
which brought a shipment of lumber
In Hawaii, has returned, and accord
ing to report nrrlved at Port tlgmblo
Crocker Sailed With Lumber.
It Is reported that the bark C. V.
Crocker sailed from Tncomn. Wash.,
on April 28th with n full shipment of
lumber destined far Honolulu,
Iwalanl Due in the Mornlno.
Tho tntcr-Islnnd, steamer Iwalanl Is
duo to arrive front Mahukona and
Kawalhao with a shipment of sugar
Judgo Nnyes of the United Stages
Circuit t'ouit, sitting In New York, bus
denied the niotlun of counsel for the
iliifenso to uuash the Indictment found
nrrlnst James A. Patten of Hvunston,
111 , and others In connection with last
wlHyear's cotton pool,
MAY TAKE RAPID
Company Considers Carrying
Matter On In Spite of
Amdliatlnn fur nn extension of Its
rrunehlse and for the other privileges
asked the Territorial Legislature limy
bo curried on to Washington by the
Rapid Transit company, Governor
Krenr having pocket-Vetoed the fran
chise bill. In case tliu matter Is cur
ried to Congress it Is extremely likely
that the bill ns It pusicd both houses
of the Legislature will bu presented for
iippinvnl ut tho nutloiml cnpltol,
It li hardly likely, according to ut
terance by tboKo prominent In the uf
fairs of the Rapid Trnnxlt eoinpiiny,
thut Governor l'reiir's uctlon In veto
ing tint bill will bo regarded ns llnnl.
Two Vourscs nro now under consider-
jntlon by the directors of the company.
Either they win go to Yvasningiun wuu
a request for the frnnchlso extension,
or else will begin n policy of retrench
ment to provide n Blnklng fund for
redemption of bonds nnd to set aside
the surplus tn make good tne money
Invested In tho Company's plant by thn
stockholders. The hitter course would
aricue that the company sees tho end
of Us franchise upproachliig.'nnd It Is
hardly possible that no further errorl
will be made to get tho prlv lieges usk
W II. Castle, president of tho com
tinnv. believes that the bill ns It nnss-
ed the Legislature wns nmended to the
point where It Is Miltable for presenta
tlan to Congress.
"One oTf our rensons for presenting
the bill to the locnl Legislature hero
first was to give un opportunity for
full nnd free public discussion df tho
terms of the franchise," said Mr, Cns
tle In discussing the matter. "There
was a great deal of public discussion,
tho committees of the House nnd Ken
nto went over the bill, and us It llnnlly
passed both houses, expression of ap
proval was prnctlcully unanimous.
Tlio pocket-veto of the Governor
wai n great surprise to us. We feel
that the bill has Incorporated In It
the restrictions that public discussion
showed wero wanted, nnd for this rea
son would feel Justified In going to
Washington and asking the franchise
An oltlcer of the Rapid Transit com
pany characterises the Governor's ob
jections to the bill as "academic." nnd
does not believe they nro valid when
nnnllcd tn locnl conditions. If tho mut
ter Is carried to Wnslilngton. notiung
will bo done during the extra session,
so It. may be next December before
a decision as to tho future move of
tho company Is carried out.
Coronation of King George
Will Be Fittingly Ob
served In City.
"Coronation Day" will bo a big day
Plana for celebrating the coronation
of King George were dlscussoj lust
night at a meeting of British residents
of Honolulu und Interested persons held
In the bullroom of tho Young Hotel,
and Saturday, June 22, will bo appro
A committee of arrangements wns
appointed, to consist of T. Cllvo Da
vIch, chalrinan; Jumes T. Wakclleld.
Robert Catton. It.' A. Jordan, Consul
Ilnlph G. K. Forster, C. G. Uullentyne,
M. it. Jumleson, John Walker, John
Guild. V. M. Swunzy und A W. TVIlot
lomlcy. Robert Anderton was secre
tary of the meeting.
Among the plans discussed wns ono
for n commemoration service In tliu
Horning ut St. Andrew's cathedral to
b followed by spurts lu tho afternoon
and probably n boll In tho evening. A
number of business linns nro planning
special decorations for tho day.
Subcommittees will bo uppointetl and
nrrungcmeiits cuirlcd foiuurd from
Tho Pannmn-Paclllc exposition will
be held either lu Golden Gate park or
In Harbor View.
This wus the decision at which the
executive! committee of the board ot
directors of the exposition nrrlved nt
u meeting yesterday afternoon, when
It wus olllclully declared that alt oth
er sites Bitvo those two were elimi
nated from further consideration in
the matter of the location of the fair.
The action of the committee cume
ut tho conclusion of u long and pains
taking examination of tho qualifica
tions of the soverul sites. Each pluco
wus taken up separately. The argu
ments for, anil ugulnst it wero weigh
ed and uutlmutely nil others except
the paik und Iluibor View weio de
clared out uf the running.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
The slncrre words of priiNe of -Mrs. Anlonla (lower, wlio vni cured nfler
shcliiiil (then up nil lioprS of recoterj, lire cerlnlnlj riicnimiglng In
nil .sufferers from rniixiiinptlon unit iillier throat nnil lung troubles
and to nil thoo In a weak, rundown condition.
"Houston, Texas, U. S. A.
For years I suffered from hemorrhages. I tried Boycrul reme
dies and was attended by one of our best physicians, but obtained
no relief. I expectorated blood and hud Inflammation of the lungs
und chcslj I suffered so I could not leave the house and I was at
tacked with a pulmonary fever, w Licit guve me so much, pain that I
lost nil courage. Thanks to God, however, 1 completely recovered
my henlth ufter taking Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which one of
my friends recommended to me; my lungs, chest and stomach were,
Immediately relieved. Your medicine must now be n part of my
life. It will conquer uH'thcso diseases. I tun 52 eurs old nnd am
enjoying bctcr health than 1 over did before. 1 can now work all
day and am so pleased with tho euro your medicine has effected
that 1 cannot do less than give the public the bandit of my experi
ence, and I pray that all who surfer from this terrible muliuly rmiy
use Duffy's Pure Matt Whiskey us you prescribe It. I lack words
to praise this great medicine art It deserves, but I assure you I wilt
recommend it to uil my menus in mo Hpanisu-Ainericuu countries.
Yours very truly,
ANTONIA (10.MK55. '
The time wns when consumbtlo n was thought to bo tin Incurable dis
ease, but today Ibis dreaded Wlilto Plugue Is known to bo curable under
tho enlightened enre of the doctors of all Bchools, when accompanied
In tho treatment by that wonderful remedy
Duffy's Pure Malt .Whiskey
If you wish to keep young, strong und vigorous nnd have o.i your
cheeks tho glow of perfect health tnko Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey leg
ulurly according to direction's. It tones and strengthens the heart action
und gives vigor tu the entire s'ystem. It is recognized us a family med
icine everywhere. It Is Invaluablo for overworked men, delicate women
and sickly children, it Is a protrfoter of health and longevity Sold
everywhere In SEALED DOTTLKS ONLY
Refuse substitutes und Imitations: they nre dangerous. Send for 'ree
medical booklet and udvlcc. The Duffy Malt Whlsl'ey Co., Rochester,
N Y.. If. S. A.
Saturday, May 6.
Snllna Cruz Ua Sun Francisco nnd
Scattlc-'-Alaskan, A.-ll. S. S., 7 n. in.
Hllo via Way ports Muuna Kea,
stmr., a. in.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., a. Ii..
Friday, May 5.
Hawaii via Muul ixirts Claudlnc,
stmr,, 5 p. m.
San Francisco Clilyo Mnru, Jap
Btmr., 5 p. m.
Knual ports W. G. Hall, stmr,, p.
Knhiilul, Knanapnll ami Island orls
Honolulan. M. N. S. S.. p. in.
Portland, Oregon 11, Hnckfcld, Gor
ship, p. m,
Repor tof Thousand Tons Over
Estimate Sends stock
Up On Market.
Hcnvy buying between boards and u
sluggish session marked the Honolulu
exchange today, with a little slacken
ing lu some of the 'stocks that have
In en III demand, but u linn tone, on
the whole, with which to close the
The best piece of news to close tho
week Is, that Ohm's prospects are ex
ceedingly good; so good, In fact, thut
tho Jumps yesterday wero attributed
this morning to optimistic reports
from the plantations. It Is .reported on
reliable nuthorlty that the manager's
early estlniuto of nbout 21,500 tons will
certainly be exceeded, und ono well
informed business innu this morning
stated that there mujr bo as high as
1000 tons additional to be added to tho
est I mat ii. Those Interested In tho plan
tation uilmlt that tho prospects for
both this nnd next year's crop aro
Mellryde kept up Its Into record for
activity, u number of lurgo blocks lie
lug sold, tho demand running theprlco
up tn 17 again. There was ulso u lot
of call for Oaliu between bonrds, most
of tho sales being In small blocks.
Ou tho board the only sales wero
two blocks of Ilrewery, one of fifteen
nnd nlie of five shares, both nt 21.75.
Tho Hawaiian exchange reports n
brisk oil market, with Honolulu Con
solidated the feature. At 1.975, the fol
lowing blocks weru sold: 1000, 500, 500,
300, 100, 100. This exchnngo has tho
following oil quotations.
Cremo Petroleum 65
Honolulu Consolidated. 1.07'j 2.10
Tcmplor rtaneli 13
Ventura 05 .07
Purlssltna 21 .25
NEW JERSEY'S WAY
TO "GET" MOSQUITO
Tho lleqlth Department of Mont
rlnlr. N. J., which has begun a cam
paign to exterminate mosquitoes an
nounced rcciyitly that It would
Btrlctly enforco tho Stuto laws to aid
In Iho work, Ono of the laws relates
lo stagnant water. It stipulates that
lp case It Is proved such pools prn
pogato mosquitoes, tho Owner may be
lined $10 for each day that, tho
nuisance Is permitted lo oxlst.
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
i . i f
Pep stmr. Klnuu from Knual isicts,
.May 0. Mrs. It. N. Mossinnn, 1C. Ma
kino. J. P. Cooke, W F. Mnrtln, Mlts
Kingsbury. W. T. Frost. Rev. .1. M
Lydgnte, .Mrs. Weber, Miss L. Weber.
Per stmr. Manna Ken, from llllu
via wny ports. May C. T. J. Hoenuy,
Capt. Wm. Howe, Mrs. Nukamotound
child, Mrs. 11. C. Anderson, Mrs. Go
mez, .1. L. Young Dr. Geo. II. Muddy,
Mrs. M. A. Hill, It. I. Llltlc, Mrs. A
C. Hickman and child, Mrs. V. Fltz
slmnions. Miss E. Vanuatu, II. .lun
ger, A. Santos, T. P. Melln, L. S. Con
ness, W. 11. C. Campbell, Mrs, Lulil,
H. T. Walty, A. Poiltu. S. Desha, A.
Deshn Rev. Tukagl and 3 children,
J. Wuiohluii, P. A. Invested and wire.
J. J. Cockolt, A. Mason, II. 11. Bry
ant and wlfo, Dr, C. Buffet, wlfo and
daughter. It. Hulton, F. J. Haie It,
McWavno, 8. Hocking. F. S, Bonier
Held, Pla Cockett, Rev. Kong Yin Tot
S. lllnolsii, Suklyamn, C. Drown, II
von Holt, W. II. Field, E. II. Hendry,
11. W. Bieckons, Iou Joe, Mrs. lieu
nlng and 3 children, Rev. S. Kim, T
M. Church, Cnpt. A. L. Smile, .1 T
McCrosMin, Mrs. J. Hsplndu and child,
T. Tonnga. A. ItlchurdsoivA. Weill.
Per stmr. Vf. G. Hall, for Knual
ports. May 5. W. Kills, II. Ander
monn, Dr. A. J. Derby.
Per stmr. Clnudliio, for Hawaii via
Maul ports. May 5. Mrs. .Marques,
Helen Mnrtln, Mary Martin, II, V.
Trevenen, J. W. Kawaukoa, Mrs J.
Per stmr. Mnuiia Loa, for Kona
nnd Knu ports, May 5 M. Osakl, J
O. Smith. A. L. Greenwcll. T. 13. Hob
hinson, Mrs. Robinson, It. Ivers, D.
Lolth. K. i;. Connnt.
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, May 10. Mr. und Mrs. Horn
stcen, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. llalrd, Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. W. C. Deorlng, Mr. unci
Mrs. A. K. Goodmnndson, Miss Truel
son, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Spltror, Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Ahers, Mrs. II. Holt,
Mrs. C. S. Holt, Mr. nnd Mrs. A P.
Jackson, Mrs A. C. Mohr, Mrs. K. 11.
Itoot, Mr and Mrs THus, Mrs Mohr,
Mrs. A. L. lluttcrs, Mr. und Mrs.
Fredericks, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Tlinmus,
P. Ii Holt.vJIra. Clerfuyb, Mrs. Shuy,
Miss I. Thomas, Mrs. Thompson, J.
T. McCrosson, T. N. Terry, Cull Ilerg
lleld, G. S. Carpenter, Mrs. Murstou
Campbell, Mrs. S. Goiuez, T. II. Den
ton, Prlnco Kalanlnnaolo, Mis. S. De
coto, Mrs. I. M. Cox, Miss M. Ii
Claike, Ii J. llcece, A. Ii Lorlmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Swain, Alex Hotf
mnn, F. Mnhn, Miss G. Davis, Miss I.
Hoffman, Dr. B. Marshall, Miss li
Sherman, Miss I., Sulllvun, Miss
Fariisworth, O. A. Ilruns, J. J. Sulll
vun, J. II. llclsor, Miss II. Wiihko,
Miss A. Wclbke, Mis. L. (i Hansen,
Mls M. li 'Pumpkins, Mrs. M. F.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
. Saturday, May 6.
SAN FRANCISCO At rived May C:
Ilk. It. P. Rllhel. hence April li. .
May 5, 1911.
TACOMA Bulled, April 28: Ilk. C. F.
Crocker, for Honolulu.
VICTORIA Airlvml. May 3: S. H. Zea-
lnudln, from Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. May 5:
H. P. Manchuria, from Honolulu; S,
K. Hllonlan, from Honolulu.
HAN FRANCISCO Hulled, May 3: V.
H. A. T. Sheridan, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Arrived. May 5: S. S.
Korea, fruin Honolulu.
Otto Rlngllng died of heart disease
on April 1, In New York, nt the home
of his brother John. Otto was the
second of tho brothers who practically
control tho circus business In tho
United States und wns financial man-
Ipgor of tho organization