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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 'WEDNESDAY, MAY 13,-19l1.
HiiwhIIiiii 'Ihtril Digric.
Regular ii, in.
Honolulu Cli.ipiir- Marl.
11 Violin Chapter Nil. :i
AD v-lcltlng mrabm of the
Order Hro cordially Invited to
attond mrni;iK of local imlgM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
riARlUE FHGiHtEIS' ' aVo
HEFICIAL A?S'":iATI0S. ciatloni cor
HAWAIIAN TIUBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mts every first nud third Thurs
days nl a h month nt Knight of
Pythian flail Vfnltln brother! cor
Oslly Invited to ultend.
II. FOSTF.lt, Sachem.
B. V TODD, 0. of It.
EONOLUIU AEIIIE, HO, JF. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evniilngi of each month at
T:30 o'clock In K. of I. Hall, corner
Brrstanla and Fort streets.
Visiting KskIcb ira Invited to at
tend. fi:i a. Davis w. r.
M C. Mci'OY, Sec.
EONOLULU LODGE, S10, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0.
Elks, moets ? tholr hall, on King
FJtreet, near Fort, every Frlduy v
hltijt. Visiting Iirothera are cordially
tnvlted to attend.
i) ! it ishnhhuo i: n
i.l i 'I KIATcni., St-o.
W.M. McKINLEY I0D0E. NO. 8,
K. of r.
Meets evry 2nd and 4th Saturday
.tTtnlng at 7; 30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Iloretanla. Visit
ing hrotbiira cordially Invited to at
.teuil. F. r. KII.DUY, C. C.
H. A. JACOIISON. K. n. 3.
' limit a 1 ni i it il.u ( -quick ami
if III t Wot I
Sj 1 1 i 1 l ii- ki inn 1 to urili
UioU.ii it iin - imIh(I promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Budding Tort Street
ii. r M i .x. t'n
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORSI
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON &. PARSONS
Hotel Street, opposito Young
When Building a
Put In your house the most con- El
Sj venlent and economical arrange
H ment for HEATING THE BATH.
H Dun Heat Costs Nothing. For in-
A formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW. P. O. Box
fy DM, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Capitol ' Cafe
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic llullillni,', (orncr Hold und
Tin) htxt I.i'iHi'K lit tuvtn to fit ctcr)
STENCIL PATTERN3 ond
NEW PILLOW TOPS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, (I per hour, Lowls Stables.
It K009 without saying that every
thing In Ileal at The Encore.
Thoro who drink ut the Anchor
Bullion nro Immune from cholera.
Hay's und Joe Knlntin's Locomobile
run lie found at the Auto Liver);
Pliimn J 826.
laitest utiles In rolling mid straight
rim Nullum, toloied or stack, tit Mil
ton ,V Parsons, Hotel stlcet
If you want a good Job done on an
until or rurrluge take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mff: Co. 427 queen St.
A lintk horse took It Into his head
to Imll about 2 o'clock this afternoon
nnd with Itio h.ick nttiichi'd, made u
fi initio dash down King street Tho
runimny wns slopped by Senator Chll
llngnoith Jiint opposite tho Opera
lllgtichl, a Jnpanpso charged with
lm tiiK stabbed u witness while wnit
Iiir at thu Judiciary building, was in
iiiignod ut District Court this morn
li k Umu a i liurgo of tin ussuult with u
weapon Ho MilMd i)Xuuiln.itlon hc-foii-
.ludRii MoiiBurrnl nnd will lomo
In Ion' imp (Jrutid Jury und later niuy
hi- luminlttL-il to thu Cltctilt Court for
II N AI.MY left yuatoulny for a
tin to llllo
01.0 V CASTI.B oxpicta tn get
awav !' tho const In tho llonolulnn.
WAl.Tim MACFAHI.ANK Eallod
for Ilavmll yesterday In Hits Mnuna
J O nOTIIWHM. of the Honolulu
Iron Works has gone to the coast on
ii bualneis trip
Mil AM) MRS OTTO llinllllACII
and daughter lift this mornlnc for a
It ii to the Coast.
lilt (IHOItOi: Hl'DDV vimi nmoiiK
the dopnrtlui; passi'tiKers In tho Sierra
for San Francisco this morning
Silt AND MRS. I. II K13UH won
nnione those who sailed for San Fran
elm o this morning In the steamship
MRS W T I'OI'i:, wife of the Sup
erintendent of Public Instruction, will
Kill for the mainland on the llono
MISS (lUACi: AYHIIS, n monog
rapher with olllces In this city, left
fur the coast by the steamship Sierra
F. T WICBTIiY, chemist of Panuhnu
plantation. Is to bo promoted td take
charge of the sugar boiling depart
ment of ilio mill.
SITI'KHI.NTFNDKNT OF PIIHI.IC
WORKS MAIISTON CAMIMIULt. will
lean for his mainland trip on the
llonolulnn next Friday
ATTOll.NlIY C C OITTINO has
gone to the mainland on n business
und pleasure trip. He expects to bo
absent for seerul weeks.
DR. II. I HOUnORN. u local etor
luarlan, was a departing passenger In
the Sierra for tho const, where ho
goes on n Ktork-bti)lug mission
UOliCItT HIND, of thu IliiAl Mill
mil Plantation Company, .Mm. Hind
and Miss Hind will return to their
hoii.e by tho Mnuna Iou iiom week.
I.KI.ANI) S CO.'i:SS, of llllo, who
rami) here to testify In tho a hool
scandal cuso beforo tho Orand Jury,
returned on tho Mnuna Kim jester
day. Mil AM) MRS J K KAMAN'OUM!
will leae on the llonolulnn for a trip
to the coast Mr Kamanoulu Is u
Itepiescntatlie from Onhu to the Ter
MANA(li:il J II IIintTSCIlK of tho
Territorial Hotel Company hns gone
to thu luulnl.ind for several moutliM
leae of absence He sailed In tho
Slcrin this morning
MRS C J LORD will le.tv on the
llonolul.in for a trip to the mainland
Mr I ord Is absent a large lurt of tho
time in connection with tin bieak
water contract nt llllo
I) II ItUSSKU,, Mis Russell and
Mlsii Ni Hie were among the vutideUllo
artists teturnlng to the coast after
hnwiig closed a successful engage
ment at the IIIJiiu theater
(li:OUOi: .lONHS und V S. O'llrlcn,
Wlio liau Uoscil an extended engage
ment ut the Savoy 1 heater, left this
morning for San Pranclnco thure to
take up work on mainland uudolllo
WAII'i:il IIOI.LMAN, II J Hazen
and Henry Smith, truwdlng represen-
tatnes for the Whitney Tea Company
of Now Yoik, pussed through Hono
lulu )e sterility en unite to Japan and
ludlu on u buying expedition.
M K MAKHKAU, inoniber of the
lust House fi oin Hawaii, Is still in Ho
nolulu Ills wlfo developed .1 severe
iittai-k of ilieuiuutlsm shortly before
the session ended and has been un
able to titiiiu to their home on Ha
H I-Altl.Mi:it. educational direct
nr for tli Young Men's Christian As
sociation, sailed today on the Sierra
foi an extended vacation. Ho will ut
t ml the annual bicietury's tonfer-
eiitc, to ue Held tills year at Colum
1)11 UHOIKli: II IIUDDV, of Knual,
left on the Slurra for Ban Francisco
this morning In San Francisco he
will purchuse a tompleto outfit for
opening his new dental olllces In llllo,
having detlded to make his home
them In the futuie
OR 0LS3KN-SI:FFI:H, well known
hole, was killed In a rebel raid In
Mexico on April -!), iiicuidlug to
newspaper dispatches He was a not
ed botanist and spent some time In
Hawaii investigating thu iiosslbllltlos
(or ) utiiiot' n mi slsul
J FltHDKIHCK, Mis Fiederlck,
and LhuunVtir wero passengers In the
Hltirit this mornliiK, returning to San
Francisco after huvlng Bpent soverul
wteks In the islands. Tho Fredoilcka
toured tho Islands In their ultiety-hoiso-power
MRS 0 SOi;i.ARI) TIIRNHIt and
daiiBlilor, Miss Jlaij Tinner, who nr
iIvliI heiu jesteida) as lajover pas
suligeiH in the I'ai llh. Mall stuaiushlp
Siberia, will boon pioceed to Munllu.
Mrs Tinner Ib tho wlfo of Cuptuln
'I inner of thu Seventh Infuntiy, now
stutiuiicd lu tho Philippine!).
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H-Love) - . . PHONE 1281
SIERRA MEN MAKE THREATS
Two Periods of Detention On Board the Last Straw, So They
Declare Liner Departs With Large Cabin List Claud
ine and Hall From island Ports Honolulan Will Take
Nearly Eight Thousand Tons Sugar.
There Is n lively prospect of the
Oceanic sleair.slilp Sierra coming
down to Honolulu on her next lilp
wilh almost nit eutlro new crow, If
the tlneatg breathed along the deckt
of that jlner this morning can he
counted upon ns nu expression of thu
prevailing sentiment on bouid
Two periods of detention brought
about through the lmosltlou of quar
antine nl Honolulu Is assigned ns the
catibe Tor tho ncute feeling of discon
tent that has )i evaded the Oceanic
steamship during tho five davB that
the vessel has remained ut her wharf.
"I would not ho surprised to find
that a largo number of our men will
leave the ship upon our arrival at
Sau Francisco," declared one olllcial
connected with tho vessel beforo
sailing for the coast this morning.
"It must bo remembered that In
leaving the coast, these men are ob
liged to remain on shipboard for sev
enteen davH, Including the time com
ing down, tho quarantine and tho
length of thu return voyage. This is
n pretty long und wearisome period
to spend cooped up within the nnniiw
conllnes of a liner even of tho xtu
of the Sierra or any other vessel for
that matter. '
It Is known that several men from
tho flro loom nnd stewards depart
ment mado one or more Ineffectual
attempts to break tho tpmrnntlno and
gain the shoro. In one, or two In
stances their ubsonco had been dis
covered ahd when they returned ti
the ship after having spent somo
hours In tho city, the men were In
formed that they could not bo taken
back for duty. They havo been loft
behind but will undoubtedly find u
oerth on somo outgoing vessel leav
ing hero for tho Coast or tho Sound
within n few dnjs.
Much tippieheusinn was expressed
tins mori nig over thu outlook. Should
news of u modification of thu uuariiu
tlno bo forthcoming before the next
advertised departure of tho Sierra
from San Francisco It Is Ksslhle that
the now threatened wholesale exodus
of seamen nnd flicmen on tho steam
er may bo averted.
Many of these men aro said to havo
been tunning down to the Islands far
months. As emplovees they have a
good rating with the company and Its
Tho prediction vvbb mado beforo tho
sailing of tho Siena this morning
that If the present prnctlcu contlniioj
it will soon bo dllllcult for tho steum
shlp companies to retain their pres
They suy that If uny danger he at
tached (o tho pushing to and fiom the
ship by sailors and steorago possen
gcrs, thciu Is likely Just as much dan
gcr of cabin passengois can lug the
germs or clioiera and Bpreudlng the
Fluttering Paper Heralded Departure.
Tho Oteuulo Bteuinshlp Sierra with
ono bundled und twenty thieo cabin
and 33 steonmu passengers on boaid
Balled away fiom tho whaif at half
past ten this morning amid thu mel
ody fiom llif Tcriltnrltil bund and u
plctuiesciue Huttciliig of various col
oted paper lels nnd stringers.
Qu.iinntlue legiilnMoiiB compelled a
careful examination of all hand ban
gage und personal effects of the pas
Hungeis This was dono with tho ns
slBtnncu of local iiuarautliio olllclals
and Dr. Clarke, tho Burgeon In thu
At tho last moment a nowly mar
ried pair sought passage to tho coast
They were sent to n notary to get the
required heullh certlllcatlon of resi
dence and then came u general alter
ation of shlpB papers. This olevcutli
hour demand for transportation hud
much to do with tho delay lu thu ball
lug of Hie vessel,
The Sierra, Is taking about a lliou-
Band tons of sugnr nnd another thou
sand tons or general und sundries.
Somo two thousand bunches of ba
nanas wero bhlpiK'd to tho Coast. Tho
local iiostul otflclals forwarded 73
sucks of mall. In tho sleotage were
mnlnlv Spanish and Portuguese who
claim to havo been offered better In
ilucementH to labor In Coast full,
otchatds and lumber cumpi
W.C. Peacock Co., Lid
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beef
Sheridan Brlnos An Army Idol.
Tho United Stales nrmy trnn)ort
Sherldnn from Sun Francisco Is lin.n
lng tho Islands and should arrive heiu
on Friday In charge of a now quarter
InnBler rnptaln; Captain Klnnlsoii
having been relieved on this trip by
Captain Hell'' formerly of the Klghth
Tho vessel In coming down to the
Islands with n lingo cm go Several
hundred tons will bo discharged heiu
b.eforo tho troopship proceeds to Mu
nllii by the way of the Island of
tluatii. Tho troopship will he suppllid
wltli seven hundred tons coal during
the Btuy at the imrt Two troops of
inn noveinn unvuiry nro on board al
SO 11 full pmmilnmenl nf vit.ln t.iui-nti
gets. Among the latter will be Ma
jor Itulbcifl, who Is golnft to the Phi
lippines to be chief commlssnry, nnd
.'injur vvngiii, wno win ue oiijuiant
general of the department of I.iiroii
Mfllor Itlllhnru In unit fif llm t.lrtlu ,.,
the enlisted men of tho nrmy. One
in tno goon ueeiis to winch ho owes
ins cxniiaiion m inoir esteem waB the
Sllllllllni- nf fresh tmtn, fpnni Aiioti-i-
Ha to the Philippines. This was his
uma ami was nj mm carried out to
the great Improvement of tho scaler nf
living for tho troops lu tho Islands.
Honolulan Loaded With Sugar.
Ncurly eight thousand tons of BUg
ar will leave for Coast icflnerles by
the Matsou Navigation steamer Ho-
noiuiaii scueitiiieii to sail rrom .Mutson
wharf nt ten o'clock on Frlduy morn
ing, 1'oYty flvo cabin passengers have
been booked nnd assigned nccommo
ilatlou In tho hujulsomu now steamer.
Shipping Manager' Juhn Drew has
arranged for tho expeditions handling
of baggage pending tho oxnnilnatloii
for prohibitive products so Bpcclllcd
In tho prcscivi quarantine regulations.
Tho Territorial hand will pluy Iho
vessel off. In tho Honolulan freight
Hat Ib somo two thouspnd hunches
uaunnas, D00 sacks of rlco nnd u qinn
tlty of sundries. Tho vessel Is still
taking on Btigar fit tho Hallway wharf,
having returned from llllo and Island
ports this morning,
Asiatics Off for Homeland.
Seventy-five Asiatics about evenly
divided between Japanese and Chi
nese left for their homeland hut
evening us steelago passengers In tho
Pacific Mall liner Siberia. Tho big
steamship departed for the Orient r.t
six o'clock last night after two hun
dred nnd fifty tons general cargo had
been discharged here. Without much
dlmciilty the handsomo new launch
Inlondeii for tho Federal iiuiirantlno
ofllceis vv.is lowered over tho Bide of
tho ship Thieo cubln passengers
from this poit departed for the Orient
In the Siberia. Tho through list m
tho cabin upon leaving hero number
ed uo.nl one bundled nnd fifty.
Captain Ankers' Still in Command.
Captain tleorgo itfikors, conityander
of tho transiHiit nix, itcently tinilur
Investigation us n result of charges
Dicrcrroil br IJpiitmimit A I li,,,
iiuaitcrmnstor-cnptalti on tho DIx,
nun neon resiori'ii to ins station In
the beivlco and left for San Frnn
clhco to tnko command of tho trans
port Crook The trniilila l.ni,. ..
- --. ......u.v, uLinruii
Captain Ankers and Meutettniit Hump
"uuiieii uiiruig a Btuy or tho nix ut
llonoliijii three month's ugo, following
WHICH llln nrmv nl) nnp nr.iiui,.f ,.A
master of lofusal to obey his orders
iipuun AitKers- uerenso was that tho
inuller was entirely petsonnl. Puy
lOI lllO tiiimuii nrv aiiaiinnuitii l..n.
-! V nnH'vunnr litis
been uideied by tho depuilment.
Hyadcs Here at Two Tomorrow.
TllU llltest vvllitlnvu reenlin.l ..I l.n
agency of Cnstlo and Cooko concent
lng tho movements of the Matson
steamer llyades announces the piob
nblo nrtlval of tho Hyniles at two
o clock tomortovv afternoon, Tho
sieiuiipr is leportad n bilnglng down
a large general cargo mado up In part
Of llllnt utniPK Hint unrA t Im.i
heeu shliped hero by Uio trunspoit
"'ix mo uyaues nas n uccK loud or
hoises and mules numbering ninety-
nlno The vessel will proceed to Isl
and ports fo discharge cargo and take
on sugnr destined for Sau Francisco.
New Cook for Bark Hawaii's Galley.
Partial peace reigns again on bontd
the gallant bark Hawaii. This vessel
came Into Honolulu fiom tho nltrnto
portu, her nnllors telling the oft-re-peuted
talc that generally emittinto
Irom any ship on a long pussnge.
Tlioto was stories of Intiifllclent und
Impioporly cooked food. Cruelly was
also alleged Pending a filing of
written complaints nothing was done
by thu olllclals of tho port. Vlncente
flaneliet, tho crstwhllo presiding ue-
lilous of the Hawaii's galley became
invoiveii in u culling scrap In which
an enlisted man belonging to the
Fifth Cavalry wna Bcrlously Injured.
Sanchez was placed under nrrest add
Ibis morning waB given opportunity
to go aboard the ship nnd secure hla
clothing nnd personal effects. He Is
charged with having committed an
ussuult with n weapon Today tho
skipper shipped a new cook who Is
reputed to bo it genius along ctilllnniy
Busy.Tlmei for Shlcnlna Masters
Local shipping mnsloiB aro having
considerable Jo do theso days with
supplying vessels at tho port Willi
ciuws. Tho skipper of the bnrk Ha
waii lias been given u new, of nun
union men mid several additions
were made to ttlio crew in tho ship
IMwnid Sewull which nppcarPd off the
pou mis iiiienioou, but ill, l nut com
liiBlde tho hulbor. Tho mate of thu
Hcwaii, nuined (lo Inc. eiiinp to llniin
lulu und hero fell In with some
"frleiuls" who took him down the
line nnd when ho nwoko from n tiplrlt
iioits ilicnm Iho Kuwait ufiicor vvns
minus a roll of bills and his Valuable
Ship Sewall Here for Mate and Men.
Tho American shin IMiviin! p. He.
wnll was towed out of tho port of
ixniiuiiii wno a tun load of sugar des
tined for the Fast coast of tho tlnlleil
States. The vessel appeared ofT Ho
nolulu mis alleinoon awaiting a IliBt
mnto nud several nddltlous to her
crew. The sewull as on" the harbor
for some little tlmo ponding the
traiiBier or men tliut hud been sign
ed on here for the vojngo to New
York by the aj of Ctipu Hoin.
Asia In. Ten Fathoms Water.
A San Francisco dispatch received
from llongftVng states that the wreck
of tho liner Asia has slipped brr Fin
ger Rock nnd now lies In ten futhoms
of wutcr. Tho Investigation by the
Ilrltlsh board of trade Into the Iosj
of tho Asia will probably be held nt
Hongkong, where Captain Oaukroger
nnd his oltlcers now are Tho liner
Persia, slslor rlilp to Iho Asia, arriv
ed )estcrduy at Yokohama on-lts way
from here to Hongkong.
Claudlne Brought Many Steerage.
The lutcr-Isliind steamer Claudlne
was an arrival at tho port from Ha
waii and Maul this morning with a
fulr size list or cabin uud ir, deck
passengers. Purser Klbllng repoits a
fluo trip across the channel. Thu
freight list Included 17 crates chic
koiiB, one librae, 46 head hogs, an
auto mid 261 pucKuges sundries.
Hall Here With Sugar.
llrlugliig 'OEOO bucks sugar and a
quantity of sundries tho Inter-Island
steamer W. 0. Hall was an nrrlval
from Kauai ports this morning. Tho
vessel brought a number of cabin and
Tho American schooner Melrose Is
reported as enroute with a shipment
or lumber to bo discharged nt llllo
Accenting lo reports tho vessel sail
ed from Fuiekn on May 71 h.
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
uoiiimuiuii with over twelve thousand
tuns sugar from the Islands lu io
ported to havo arrived at Ballon Ccnz
on last Monday.
Per stnir. Claudlne. from Hawull
nnd Muni ports. May 10. John F.
Hlggtns, H. Ilulchlns, W. K. Aim, K.
K. Keuloha. A. Salem. I Ynmamoto.
Sing You, T. II. Muiclel. W. Ayies. R
J. Walker, lllshop l.lbert, Julia ling,
u. 11. itoiser, Mis. A. C. Hanna, oy
Wlthten, Miss O. Oomcz, Mm. M. J
Fernandez, C. J. Schoenlng. Itov M.
0. SutitoB, Jiilln Lee, Clara I.ee, J K
Kopu. II Iluselier, D. Shetwood. J. J
lluiil, Miss Hvu Scholt7, Mis. Fullpr,
iunrslon Campbell, A T. Spoaio and
Trading on buth stock exchnngon
was slow today, u sluggish uinrkot
fulling to develop much of Interest.
Although the buying and selling of
sugar storks was listless, the general
tone Is not depressing, but rather
linn, and us soon us the prlio of sug
ar shows signs or going back to its
Ilguro of two weeks ugo or fulls, the
Investors will know which wuy to put
Hwu furnished .nboiit tho only uc
tlvlty on thu Honolulu exehuiigu,
thioo blocks of 120, 6 and 10 shures
being sold ut $.11, und 1000 llllo ruil
wuy common sold for 8.87
Regular dividends iiunoiiiiLcd weiu
Hutchinson, ten tents, und Wulliiku
The Hawaiian Hxchunge notes a
transaction lu llrowury Block, U,
shines ut 21 und 100 -Mountain King,
mining, ut UT, cents,
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr I'blmr Ham- Hint fill the brothers
of the lutu Ah Slug, who wns emplojed
I) tlin IIoiioliilu Photo Supply Co.,
wish to tliniil. Mr Wnrren und their
IIIUIIV frkllds for their lielu titiil nssUt.
nine given to their brother during Ids
KUHIO STAYS TO
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tenia Unit Delegate Kuhlo had hi hi
mi liiipuituiil iiiiiferencn with louil
biislmss men on the govemoridilp, tho
time of the conference being mimed us
n week ngn Inst Monday
"lliislness Interests" Is usually Inter
preted ns meaning Hip sugnr Interests
I of the city, but Inquiry among the
lemurs railed to elicit any confercnLO
confirmation There nro two concerns
that tould bo Imtmdlntily stated ns ac
tive opponents of nny move ngnlnst
(lovernor Frpnr, nnd most of the otb
ers are not In the political gamo ex
cept vbcii forced Into It
Another rtport has It Hint very Im
portant Information benrlng An the
governorship m been reeelv'ed rrom
Washington, but this Is of such n se
rious nature that It cin not be given
out Wlint "serious" menus Is left tn
SO 'TIS SAID
A well-regulated opium Invent, with
a quantity of the sturf from which
ilreums emanate, was plucid on exhibi
tion ut the District Court thin morn
ing ns evidence; Rutin red ill n raid made,
by C'hlif of Dctivtlven McDullle.
Tnl Kan nnd Will Pee, two Chinese,
were discovered nfter n search bad
been mmln of J goodly portion of loenl
The clinrgo Is made that tho men
sold n small quantity of opium to Ce
lestial customers who were In thohnhlt
of frequenting tho premises.
The lnyout Included nn assortment of
plperf, lamps and othir paraphernal la
generally found to udnrn nn apartment
where dope Is consumed
A general pica of not guilty wns en
tered The matter will eoiim up for
hearing on Irlday morning.
It wns Marston Cniupbcll'sswuii song
lis executive olllcer of the Hoard of
Agriculture nnd Forestry this morning.
It being the lust tlmo that Campbell
will net in that capacity. He leaves
for a Junket to tho Const on Friday,
anil will be gone until Juno 22 On
July 1 the new hind commissioner,
whoever ho mny be, will tnke olllee,
mil In nddltlou to his other duties will
be thief oflbe board or ugilculture.
Tho melting of the braird this morn
ing wns devoted largely to tho clenrlng
up or routine milters before Camp
bell's dipnrtiiro nid a discussion of tho
financial problems In connection with
the laws that go Into effect with the
beginning or Hie new biennial period
"Tho Kuhuliil Railroad Cuinpaii, the
toiilruttors, did not live up to Hie Ut
ter or tho Hpetlllcutlons mill Hint lj
hii uie uooucn setuun oi ilio Kiilu
pipe Hue Is di feet he"
This wns the statement niuiln this
morning by Suptlhitendent of Piiblle
Works .Miiiston Campbell when askid
the results of his Inspection tllp to tho
Jlun.oou hrlg.itlon ssstem on Maul.
"The defict call bo easily remedied,"
slnlid Ml Campbell "About $1000 of
tho contract money hud been withheld
until tho sutlsrnttory chances nro
Mr Campbell denied emphatically
that tho pipe lino Is useless, nssirtlng.
on the contrary. Hint It Is nady to
deliver the water lis soon as coiixumcr.s
lire ready to lake It
A line of JISOO uud costs vvnS Im
posed tills looming by Judgu demons
lllioli III. lire t. lltiu'imt iifi.l ...- if
the new or tho Miinthurla, who Jend
ed guilt to mi ludlttineiit ihurglng
him with smiiircllnir onlooi Into the
In passim; btntencu Judge Clemens
stnted that ho did not consider thu ilo-
fellduilt btlolieiil to tlwi t rimlmil ..Iiimm
or wus Involved In nil systematic ut-
lempt io smuggle opium, this In lug
Illditali d hv the erililn nn.ttinitM mlnnt-
cd und vv'hMi lestiltcd In his unniohen-
The man who was nrrestnl with
Unwind -A Huiry plinded not guilty
und will probably bo tried on the In-'
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
. RATES REASONABLE
Wednesday, May 10.
Hawaii via .Maul ports Claudlne
sum., n m.
Knual iKirts V. 0. Hall, Btmr., a.
Wednesday, May 10.
San Franulseo Hleria, O. S S., 10
Per sttnr Honolulan for San Fran
cisco. Mny 12. Uobeit lluttun, Mm.
Robert Iliittau nnd child, Mrs. Ilcnrv
lllcknell, Mrs. .V. H. Wcer, Mrs. H
Stono, Miss Kmiiin Hnrrliigton, Atix.
0 M. Jlngiuder, 11 H. Mist, A. Up
plncott, Miss U. F Mist, Mis. II. W.
Mist, MrB. W. T. Popo und child, .Mrs
u J. Lord, Mrs. F. H. Ilcggren, II
Lord, .1. D. Sibley, Mrs. J. D. Sibley.
A. I.. Kniidsen, Mrs A. F Kniidsen,
(I. p. Castle, 11. H. While, Mrs It II
White. W. A Paul, Henry Dearborn,
I; It Shaw, W. (1. Clark. Mrs. W 0
Chirk, Hon J. K. Kainunoiihi, Mis. I
K. Kninnnoiihi H. a. Willis, Maratou
Campbell, H. n Hunoll, James (lulld,
Mrs James Otillil, C A. Hruns H. P
Per O. 8. s".Slerrn. for slnTlVrnt
clsco, May lfl.(i. s. Alves, Mrs. Al
ves, A. C. Uaumgatnor. Mrs. Hauiiij
Katnrr ami son, s C llnylnn, T II
Ronton, F. U. Hernstelii, Mrs. Ilerii
sle ln o. Uerhneh, Mrs. Illerbarli and
nhl'..C C!' "'."I" - felt. Mrs.
uffelt nnd child, II. llurrows, A. S
Hutt. O. S. Carpenter, Look See Chin.
J. P. Clapper, Mlsa M. E Clarke. Mr
J. C Cluifayt, Mrs. I. M. (;1)Xl Mrs.
V: ,8' c,ul,'. 8. H. Cummins, Mrs
K Halo nnd child, Mrs. W. F. Drake
nnd child, A l)ulk Mrs. N. II. Km. r-
"". .viiss ii. nirnsworth, Miss .M
Fninrvvoith. J. Frederick nud ehaiif
feur, Mrs. Fiedoilck. A. H Frlniit
Mra Frliint Miss R Oenkow, Mis
S. nomoz. Miss 1). Oroonis Mlsi IJ.
IlPiulrlckp, J. H. Hortbche,' C W
Hodglns, Mrs. II, Holt, Mrs. C S
Holt, P. If. Holt, Dr. II. Hnrdon, Dr
Oco. If. Hiiddy, Hco. iones. W. Joy
nor, Mis. Joyner, Mrs. C. Keller, I,.
II. Kerr, Mrs. 1 II Kerr, N. M. Laym-,
P. .1 Levy, Mrs. I.ovy, l. d. Long
A H. lrnlor, F Mnhnn nnd I chll
ilien, l)r II Mnrshall, A. Majer, Mlas
S. Mner, It A. McWnyne, C 1). Min
er, Mrs. A. C Mohr uud duughler.
Rev r J Murphy. C. S. CVllrlen,
Miss J. Peiry, F, A. Potter, Sr F. ,1
Iteece, Mrs. C. II. Rott, J O lloth
wcll. II. II Russell. Mis. Russell ami
child, Miss Nellie Russell. ;. R
Shaw, Mm. J c Shny. Miss B. Sher
man, J S. Spltrer, MrB. Spltzer. II.
I.. Strange, Miss I. Sullivan. J. J. Sul
livan, A. M. Sutherland, Mrs O. C.
Swain, F. W. Terr. J. Thomas, Mrs.
Thomas, Miss I, Thomas, Mrs. F. F.
Thompson. Mrs. M. F. Tomklns, Miss
M. B. Tomklns, J. Wagner uud 2 chil
dren. C. II. Wells, II I). Wheeler Mrs
Wheeler, Miss A. Wheeler, Miss S.
Wheeler, Miss A. Wlebko, Miss 11.
Wlebke, J. Wilson, Hu Wong, Miss K.
Wooleiy, A. ZoITniun, Miss I Zorr
mini, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. i:. Titus.
I'ei P. M. S. s. Slborlu for Japsn
poits and Hongkong Mr. and sin, J.
M I.ydgato, M. Kanl.
Per stmr Manna Lo.i for Kona and
Kau jioits, May 1U. Oertrudo Leong.
It. Illnd, Mrs. Hind. Miss Hind, Mrs.
F. A. Couiiiit, Mrs,-N. Comint.
Per stmr. Claudlne, fur Hawaii via
Maul pottB Mib. ,T. K. Allan, D. A.
Klakonn, Joseph Akatt, f. T. Froat,
Mrs. H H, Pc'ihnllow.
Pei stmr. Klnaii for Knn.il ports,
Mny 16. R. A. Knit.lsen, Mis. Knud
ren. "Your Ilunor, no dictionary could
contain theso words" Insisted u small
und rather comely Poitugueso woman
who npiK'nred befoio Police Judgo
Monsarrat this morning und entered
a charge or deep blue profanity
against Mrs, Mai Mucluido.
Ciinliu lane wus the scene of somo
violent extemporaneous speech ac
cording to u half doren witnesses who
lesldo within a limited area of tho
It stalled through a neighborhood
row, ono wind lending to another until
Mrs. Mucluido Ib said to havo ulteied
language Hint never found Its way
within tho covets of Wobsler or n
lexicon of other In and.
Tho court was given a samplo and
did not long hesltuto In prouunclug
sentence culling for the pajinent of
elghl dollnis nnd the com t costs.
FAIR DRIVER "DID NOT ERR
It did not take Judge Monsarrat
very long to enter a dismissal of tho
case wherein Mis V. II. Uiwls was
alleged by August Maui to havo
tinned tn the. wrong side of tho street
In dilvlng her automobile, No. 46,
down Bishop Into King street. Mura
clealmeil on the stand that ho was
run Into by tho oncoming unto He
stuted that his bicycle wns smashed
beyond repair. Ills testimony us
well as that submitted by a young
mini named Ciubbe, failed to piovo
that the oidliiunco covering this er
ror hud been violated Mrs, Lewis,
defended by Attorney Frank Thoiup.
son, wus acquitted