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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 1B, 1911.
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I. mill Chapter o. 2
Honolulu Third 1( grce.
llintiiltim I'lrxl Degree.
All TUItlng intmbarn ol tat
Order are cordially Invlttd to
attend meetings of local long"
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS " .
VHEFICIALASSIATIOH. chuioni cor
iially Invited. .
HAWAIIAN TBIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Kulghu of
Pythlae Hall. Visiting brothers cor
(tally Invited to attend.
II. FOSTER, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
0N0IULU AERIE, HO, ?. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Dsretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Kagles are Invited to at
tend. ar.o a. davis w. p.
WM C. McCOY. Sec,
B0N0LUIU IODOE, 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every FrWay eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
n i it isr.Nnnrto. n n.
ar.o. t Ki.unai:u sec.
MoKINLEY IODOE, NO.
X. or P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening st 7:30 o'clock lu K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Vlslt
, Ing brothers cordially invited to at
F. F. KILBEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. S.
Broken louses replaced quick
' decurutu work
Special buses ground to orde.
Broken frainoa repaired promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Ovrr May & Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORS
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, opposite Young
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Best at The Encore.
Thoto who drink ut the- Anchor
Saloon nre Immune from cholera.
Round the Inland summer rale, $30,
Lewis- Stables and Oarage. Tel. 2141.
(lay's and Joe Kalann's Locomobile
can be found at the Auto Livery;
Lenlil Chapter No 2, O. E. S., will
meet In Masonic Temple at 7.30
o'clock this evening
Only rellnble hatter In the city.
Clean your soiled hat and try The Ex
pert Hat Cleaners, opp. Club Stnbles.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
The Epiphany Guild of Kalmukl will
meet this afternoon at the residence
or Mrs. lllckerton at 3 o'clock, Bus
The Oaliu College Dramatic Asso
ciation will give next Snturday even
ing one of Sothcrns famous plays,
Monday May 15th will be the last
day for paying taxes without penalty:
after that date ten per cent will be
added. Take your tax bill with you
John It. Ilergstrom, Piano and Or
gan Tuning and Repairing Masonic
Temple. Telephone 2007. P. O. Box
Got the habit of ringing telephone
1814 when jou wnnt to order mead
The quality is assured there. Hell
bron and Louis, proprietors.
Joseph Homnn, lint cleaner, 122
Bcretanla St., next to fire station,
guarantees nil bis work. Hats called
for and delivered. Phono 1C57.
Select Hnletna for n week-end en
joyable holiday. It Is the finest place
on the Islands and has more attrac
tive features than any place In tlio
The annual meeting of thu Aloha
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution will be held at
St Andrew's Priory, this afternoon at
The crushed rock and sand sold by
the Honolulu Construction and Druy-
Ing to , In the Robinson building,
Queen street, Is capital for use In ce
A buby girl was born to Mrs. R. B.
Dodge lust Monday night. Mother and
daughter are progressing nicely. Ilcv.
Dodge is now even more smiling than
ever Maul News.
Fresh California fruits and vege
tables In season and "Puritan"
creamery butter received by tlic 8. S.
Wilhelmlna tomorrow. Henry May &
Co., Ltd., telophono 1271.
The Kegel Club of Kiiu.nl was ten
dered a grand tlino by retiring Presi
dent Malm lust week. Bowling con
tests aud good things to eat filled in
u most enpoyuble evening.
Services over the remains of the
late Mrs. Alatau T. Atkinson will bo
held at St. Andrew's Cathedral at 4
o'clock Tuesduy nftitrnoou. Bishop
Henry Ilond Itcstarlck olllclatlng.
Mr. Baker of California Is exhibit
lug u collection of beautiful Hawullan
photographs at the Kllohann, Art
League roouis Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday from 2 to 6. All interest
ed are Invited, to view them.
The steamer Llkcllko was a Sunday
arrival bringing 7000 sacks sugar and
9 packages sundries Purser Rlchter
reports 10,400 sacks sugar awaiting
shipment nt Kukulhcele and 12,000
sacks at Honokaa.
Taking on sugar preparatory to
sailing for llllo and Sallnu Cruz tha
Anierlcan-Hawullun freighter Arizo
na n Is reported nt Port Allen by Pur
ser Kent of tho steamer Klnau now
Purser French of tho steamer Mlkn
haln reports tho arrival of tho an
cient hut nono tho less honorable,
bark Albert at Kaanapali. This ves
sel brought down a consignment of
supplies from Puget Sound liorts.
Last Wednesday forenoon a Are,
broke out in Held No. 11 at Huwl,
causod by tho carelessness of a lnbor
er In disposing of a lighted cigarette.
A strong trade wind was blowing nt
the time, and In spite of tho efforts
of tho four hundred odd men called
to the scene of tho flro about 80 ucres
were burned, leaving about r.OOO tonB
of bnro enne on tho field which had
to bo taken to the mill ut Hoea as
tapidly as possible, In order to avoid
losses due to the Inversion of the
juices of the canes. Kohala Midget
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Lovei
QUARANTINE AT PIT
PASSED AT MIDNIGHT
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Twelve Inter-Island Steamers at Present at the Port Much
Activity In the movement of Sugar Repairs to Marine
Railway Will Take Some Time to Complete Trial of Nev
Launch Today Name Wanted.
Iwalnul -fiom Koloa with 400 sacks
When Building a
Put In your house the moit con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATINQ THE BATH.
8un Heat Costs Nothing. For In
formation and prlcee of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust uo.
Shipping agonclcs and others who
have to do with the movement of ves
sels at tho port of Honolulu havo re
ceived official notice from Dr. Carl
Ramus representing the United States
Marine Hospital nnd Quarantine ser
vice that at midnight Sunday, the re
gulations In effect hero which did
much to restrict tho movement of pui
sengers as well as the advantageous
handling of shipping had been in
cluded. The news that the Federal quaran
tine at tlje port liui! been abolished
was received with much satisfaction
by shipping and business men In gen
eral. Tho United States army transport
Sheridan bound for Manila was tho
lnnt vessel at Honolulu to feel thu
weight of the regulation.
Business at tho port will now be
conducted along lines us heretofore
existed before cholera made Its uii-
pearance. Obeying the cabled In
structlon from Washington, Br. Ka
mus promptly lifted tho Hd upon the
expiration of tno twenty days follow-'
Ing upon tho last case of infection.-)
Coasting Steamers Crowd the Port,
Twelvo Inter-lslnnd Steam Naviga
tion steamers exclusive of those which
are out of conitnlBHlon nro nt Hono
lulu today either discharging n largo
quantity of sugar or taking on freight
and supplies for practically all ports
of call throughout the Hawaiian Isl
ands. The presence of such a number of
coasting steamers at tho port Is con
sidered as quito unusual In local ship
Tho several wharves today present
ed a busy nnd animated scone.
Sunday wns u red letter day as far
as arrivals wcro concerned. Now at
the wharves and awaiting dispatch
within the next forty-eight hours are
tho steamers. Maul, Hclonc, Llkollke.
Iwalnul, Nllhau, Noeuu Mlkahala, Ma
nna Kca, Manna I.oa, Klnau, Hall and
The only vessels In the' company's
fleet not present nro tho Claudlne, on
her regular voyage to Hawaii nnd
Maul, and the steamers Kululant nnd
Kauai which are engaged in the sugar
trade out of llllo.
xTho Maul from Ookala and Kukal
an Is discharging 11,704 sacks sugar
and G packages sundries. This vessel
met with fair wenther but brought no
From Kawalhao nnd Mahukona tho
steamer Nllhau Is an. urrlval with 4380
sacks sugar, 31 head cattle, 99 hugs
wool and sundrlos. Purser Peako re
ports cloudy weather and showers on
the voyage, with n moderate sea,
Freight now being discharged front
tho steamer Mjkahala from Maul, Mo
loknl and Lanal ports Included 1943
sacks sugar, 195 head sheep, 9 lambs,
113 pigs, 17 crates chickens, 12 crntei
potatoes, 20 crates eggB, SO case
pineapples, 182 packages sundries.
Making a special trip to tho port
the steamer W. Q. Hall from Kauai
ports has left 5500 sacks Biigur and u
small quantity of sundries. Purser
Logan reports strong trade wlnilH nn
dent Inducement Is offered n regular
line between those ports and Hono
lulu will be established. Mr Waldron
says considerable cargo space for Ho
nolulu has already boen asked for
Tho Crown of Castile Is a thirteen
knot boat and will rank Al among
nil vessels out of Liverpool. It Is be
lieved sho will make this voyage out
In seventy days. Persons desiring In
formation nre requested to communi
cate with Mr. Waldron.
Mongolia Nearlng the Islands.
II. Huckfchl and Company, agcutB
for tho Pacific Mail have received
wireless from the steamship Mongolia
which Indicate that tho big liner will
reach the iort from Hongkong nnd
Japan ports on Friday. Tho Mongolia
Is believed bringing tho transhipped
passengers fiom the Asia. The vessel
lins room for but fifteen passengers
from Honolulu to tho coast. Nearly
two thousand tons Oriental cargo will
lie discharged here.
Thettt Off for Islands.
Tho united States revenue cutter
Thetis will provisioned nnd coaled for
a cruise sailed from the harbor on
Satin day evening with destination ns
llllo. From there It Is understood
that tho vessel will proceed to Luy
snn Island, there to pick up a party
of four scientists Mio nro making a
study as well as a collection nf bird
I llfrt t llftfn f ft tin tKni..l.Aln.t in .
sugar has arrived. . ",".." , . " " ""'"V ""S, """
Sugar and rlco Is going out of the -'. -",-" , ,-" """""" ,u
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
Tint beat Lciimk u Ion n lo lit eicry
(6TENCIL PATTEHNB and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
I) M CARMAN, thu Manila capital
ist who liiado ii trip to Kauai lust
tweek, returned on the Klnau yestcr-
FORMER GOVERNOR QEORGE R.
CARTER and Mrs. Curler returned
yujiuiuuy irom a pieusuru trip U)
S II R. F1IRSKV, or Honokaa plan
tation, has ucccpted u position ut Wui
puhii uud will bbortly come to Oulm
to take up his residence.
i: A KNIIDSKN nnd Mrs. Knudscn
will leave Honolulu fur their home on
Kuuul by the steamer Klnau tomor
row Since tho Legislature ad
journed, they hate been stopping lu
Honolulu nnd widely entertained,
DAVID T FU1.LAWAY. entomol
ogist at tho Hawaii agricultural ex
periment station, left on thu trans
port Sliurldaii fur tluam yubteiduy,
whero he will Investigate an Insect
pest that 1ms attacked the tluuiii co-
F Kt'HNAl'K has been appointed
adjuster of preferential rights for the
I'iiiicIiIiiiwI District by Land Com
missioner Cuiuphull, lu place of T II
UohliiMiii, wliu was forced to resign
on lUTiiillit of ill health Mr. Hcliiuiek
Iiiik iillli'ii hours ut tint land iiIIIch h
twt'iMi 2 uud ft uYlocIc
California now hiiiiuIs Hist lu Hut
in iiiliiclloii of crude oil, Its output
evcuciiliiK by uvur i),nuu,iiiin hnirfil
that (if Oklaliiiinu, which rniiM sen
Sleamlnc through n moderate trade London, firemen. Antwerp,
wind and fine weather tho steamer and Liverpool for. this port.
steamer Nocau in order that tho ves
sel may get away for a return trip
to Knual ports this evening. ner
enrgo Includes 34RO Backs sugar, 59)
sacks rlco and 38 pnrkuges sundries.
The Mauna Ixia is to sail for wind
ward Hawaii ports tomorrow nt noon
taking uooo feet lumber, a numiicr ut
tons ot nitrates nnd 40 bundles of
shlnglos In her cargo. This vessel
will leave with a full list of pasBcn
gers lor Konu and Kau ports.
Tho Helena has been placed on tho
berth to sail for Laupahoehoo and
Papaaloa at live o'clock tills aftei
noon taking general caigo and explosives.
Ono large gas engine, 100 barrels
lime, IE tons barley, 100 bags cement
and 20 bales bags will constitute a
part of the cargo taken by the Ml
kala tomorrow ovcnliig.
Many Witness Sailing of Sheridan.
Army folk turned out In force to
witness thu departure of thu United
States army transport Sheridan fur
Manila by tho way of the Island of
(luaiu. The troopship completed the
work of taking on nearly buven nun
dred tons coal while ut Oceanic wharf
early Sunday afternoon and her lines
were cast an by lliree u ciuck. During
tho stay ut thu port the vessel was
rutlevod of about two hundred nnd fif
ty toim quartermaster supplies.
Through tho Issuance of special or
ders passengers both first and sec
ond class had been called aboard
somo tlnio preceding the sailing hour
of thu vessel. The Sheridan is duo
to arrive at Manila ou or about Juno
Landlubbers on the Deep.
Two well known landlubbers re
cruited from the von Hamm-Young
uBtnbllshmeiit tailed for New York
yesterday afternoon In tho American
ship John Kno. This vessel Is to make
a passage around tho Horn to Dela
ware. Ilreakwater with a shipment of
tlueo thousand II vo hundred tons sug
nr. Messrs. C. 11. Wllmoro nnd Syib
uoy Jaklus signed on tho articles as
ablo seamen. Doth aro familiar ug
1 1 res In local athletics, and prominent
In Healanl Iloat Club circles. Captain
Olscn, muster of tho flno ship cpgag
ed an entire now crow whllo hero.
Tho following wireless message has
been received by tho Agents from tho
S. S. Wllliulmlna bound for Honolulu.
S. S. Wilhelmlna, May 14th, 8 p. in.
70 cabin passengers for Honolulu. 13
Btcerngo passengers for Honolulu, 2089
tons cargo for Honolulu. 1200 tons
cargo for llllo. 342 sacks mall for
Honolulu. 120 pkgs Wells Fargo Ex
press Mutter. 2. nutomobllos. 472
miles from Honolulu. Flno weather.
All Well. OK port day light Tuesday
Another Steamer from Europe.
The steamer "Crown of Castile," ac
cording lo advices received by Fred.
I L. Waldron will load during Juuo ut
HOW'S YOUR STOMACH?
If not In trim, perhaps you are not
getting your meats from us. We are
selling a very fine quality, and some of
It should go Into your home.
Eldorado Docking Postponed.
It Is hardly probablo that tho Amc
rlcnn schooner ICIdorndo will await
repairs necessary to place tho Marino
Ruilwuy in operation again, It is es
timated thut It will require ten days
to two weeks to restore) tho railway
to Its former condition of usefulness.
In nltemptlng to haul tho Bteamcr Ma
nila Ken on last Saturday, (he gear
suffeiod too heavy a strain nnd part
ed, lu renow mo uroxen parts will
icquliu tome days to complete,
Sherman Sails from Mcnlla.
Tho United States army transport
Sherman with otllcers enlisted men
ami cusuals Is tcportcd to havo sailed
from Manila for Honolulu and Sail
Francisco yesterday. Tho vossol will
spend ono day nt Muriveles quaran
tine, station for fumigation uud In
spection a m then proceed to Naga
saki, Japan, for a largo shipment of
coal. Tho Sliermiiu is due to arrive
at Honolulu on or about Juno 4th,
Steamer Enterprise at the Coast,
llllo freight and passengers leav
ing the Dig Island port In the Mat
son Navigation steamer Enterprise on
May 4th arrived at San Francisco on
last Saturday according to rubles re
ceived here. It Is atuted that tho Ru-
terprlse is to go temporarily out of
commission pointing some repairs.
Tho llllo run will bo taken care of
by the big steamship Hoiioluluii
Next Coast Mall.
Following 111,011 tho Balling of tho
Matson Navigation steamship Wilhel
iiiluu and Pacific Mull steamer China
from tho const, the Matson Naviga
tion I.urlluo will he thu next arrival
from Sun Francisco with mall. This
vessel is due horo on Saturday, May
Local Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Oahu Isl
and,. S'ly Bide Honolulu Jlurbor
Channel (las lluoy 8, reported exting
uished May 12, will he relighted as
soon as practicable. Until such time
ns It Is relighted, a white hand lan
tern will ho exhibited from the buoy,
Purser Donald Kent of tho steamer
Mnaii reports tno following sugar
awaiting shipment on Kauai: M. 4.
K. 40,956. McU. 4710; K. P. 4170: M.
S. Co. 23,000: O. F, C040; K. K. H
4900; K. S. M. 400; K. S. Co. 1000 nlid
I.. P. 10,738 bugs.
"In perpetuating the memory of this
old mid historic church, which is about
to be demolished In order to make
room for 11 new and inure glorious
church of clod," said Jlev. Ilorl, pus
tur of thu Nuuunu avenue Methodist
church yesterday ufternoon, "It Is lif
ting nnd proper that each and every
one of us should reserve n remnant of
this liulldlug when It Is torn down 11
nally." Hov Mr llori, ixistor of the Japan-
11 Hf.sc chinch 011 Nuiinmi street, known
generally us thu Lyceum church, inudo
a strong uddrcsH vusterday ufternoon
during thu commemorative servlco held
In tho church, lie related briefly the
history of the church, and tliosu who
liavu been usioclated with It since Its
erection lung ugo, It Is to lie lorn
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON &. LOUIS, Proprietors
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouuo Wlnos
Solo Agents Mumm's Chnmpnuno
( Schlltz Boor
Twenty-Jlvo davs from Oruvs llnr
hor wltli a cargo ot lumber consigned
to Allen aud Robinson. Ihe American
bark S. C Allen was an arrival ut tho
lort today Tho vessel was hioiight
Insldo tho hut bur by thu Matson Na
vigation tug liitiepld and went along
sldu tho Allen and Roliluson whin I
TO BE REVIEWED
The ninth annual meeting (if tho
convocation of the Episcopal mission
ary district ol Honolulu will begin
next Saturday morning at ten o'clock
Willi tho oiicnlng of tho biislnos
meeting In tho afternoon at 2;30
o'cloc. St. Andrew's Cathedral and
tho memorial hall will bo the places
wlicro the respective servlceB are,
held. The full program Is ns follows:
The program for Saturday will bo
ns follows: Celebration of tho holy
communion nt ten a. in.; celebrant,
the bishop; optstolcr, the Rev. D. D.
Wallace: gospelcr, the Rev. J. W
(limit . Meeting of convocation for
business nt two-lhlrty p. in.. In tho
Fifth Sunday After Eatter.
Seven a. in. Celebration of tho holy
communion! celebrant, the Rev. W. II
Pctiton-Smlth; oplstoler, thu Rev. J,
K. Ilodel; gospelcr, the Rev. W. S.
Nlne-nftceu a. in. Hnwnlian ser
lco, matins; prenchcr the Rev. J. K.
Kleven n. in. Celebration of the holy
communion; celehrnnt, the Rt. Rev.
the Illshop of Honolulu; cplstolcr, tho
Rev. Canon Potwlno; gospelcr, tho
Rev. Canon Usborno. The bishop at
this service will deliver his annua!
Seven-thirty p, m. United Service
Ten minutes addresses: 1. Tho For
ward Movement, the Rev, W. S,
Slioit, 2. Progress In China, tho Rev.
Kong Yin Ti-t. 3. The (loipel in Ja
pan, P. T. Fnkno.
Monday, May 22.
Two-thirty p. in. In tho momcrlnt
hull. Meeting In the Interest of Chris
tian education. ,
1. Thq,Sunday School nnd tho Duty
'of Parents and Sponsors, ns to tho
Training of the Child In tho Church,
Mrs Arthur Smith.
2. Sunday School; Religion lu the
Homo, Mrs. L. F. FoImiiii.
3. -The Illhie In tho Home, T. Cllvo
4. Do Day and Night Schools Pay
In Results Seen? Canon W. H. Potwlno.
B. Do Church Schools for Young
Orientals Justify tho wxpenses and
Labor? Miss Sarah Chung.
C. Night Schools ns a Means of
Reaching Men. The Rev. Mr. Ilorl.
7. The Oriental (llrl: Can She Ho
como Americanized T Miss Annie
8, The Oriental liny: Can Ho He
como Americanized? Mon Fa Chung.
Seveti-forty-llvo p. m. Tho convoca
tion nssembles to hear from the mis
slunntles of tho district bonrd and
for business. The Rev. W. II. Feu-lon-Smltii,
the Rov. J. W. Giiiiu. tho
Rev. D. D. Walluco; ulso to hear from
the Rov. J. K. Ilodel nnd tho Rev. W.
S. Hlioit. '
Tuesday, May 23.
Annual meotlug or tne Woman a
Auxiliary nnd (luitds.
Ten-thirty u. in., celebration of tho
Holy Communion nt the Cathedral:
preacher, tho Rev. "Canon Ufiborne;
celebrant, the Ilishop; eptstoler. Can
on Potwlne; gosiieler, Cnnnu Ault;
lifter which adjournment will be mailii
to tho mciuoiinl hull for organization
Luncheon will bo Bcrved by Hit
women of tho cathedral parish In thu
dliilngroom of St. Andruw's Priory .it
one i. m. Tho order of business will
Reports of diocesan olllcers.
Appointment of officers by tho III
The Fuluro of tho Country Church.
The Rov. J. W. Oiiiin.
St. Mary's as u Center for Minister
ing to tho Needs of Men, Women and
Children. Miss Van Decrin.
Report of the Junior auxiliaries.
Oulld work told In brief roportB,
Seven p. m.. dlniior given by tho
men's club of the cathedral parish to
the clergy, lay delegates and Invited
fi lends at the Commercial Club.
Thursday, May 25.
Seven ir. in., celelnatlon of the Holy
Communion; celebrant, the Rev, J. K.
Ilodel; eplstolnr, tho Rev. L. Kiiill;
gospelcr, the Rov. J. w. (lunii; after
which n brief servlco will be held nt
the Priory Cross.
Ten a. m.. second celebration of tho
Holy Communion; celehrnnt, the Rev
D. D. Wnllaco; cplstolcr. the Rev. F
A. Snylor; gospeler, the Rev. W. S.
Klght p. m., In tho St.. Clement's
parish liouso a reception will be given
by tho St. Clement's pari nil to the
clergy ami lay delegates, and to -v
chinch people mid friends.
Sunday, May 28.
Seven a. m., colcbration of tho Holy
Communion; celebrant, the Rov. D.
D. Wallace. '
Nliic-tlfleun n. in., Hawaiian ser
vice, morning prnyor; pieachur, tho
Rov. J. W. flunn.
Hloven n. in., ordiilnlng of Philip T.
Fukno ns deacon In the Chinch ol
Tin oo p. in., opening of church nt
Seven-thirty p. m., ovensong and
addresses In tho Interest of tho Ilro-
thorhood of SI. Alidiow.
Sunday, May 14,
Knual ports Klnau, stmr., 3 a. m.
Kauai ports W. (I. Hall, stmr., 4
Maul, Mulokal and Launl potts
Mlnuhulu, til mi-., 4:30 n, in.
Hawaii iiorts W.illele, Blmr., 4 n.
Maul ports Iwalnul, stmr., Ii u, in,
Hawaii ports Nllhau, stmr., 10 a
Hawaii ports Llkcllko, stmr., 11 n.
Hawaii ports Maul, stmr., 1 p. m.
Sunday, May 14.
Manila via Cliiiim Sheridan, II. S.
A, T., 3 p. m.
Doluwnro llionkwator John Una,
Am, sp., 4-30 p. m.
Por stmr. Klnau. Mnv 14 K. Vancn
Miller, OlilcCr Isaac lonii nnd Insane
person, V. M. A. Fltzslmmons, W. J.
Sheldon, H. S. Wulkcr, W. II. Stew
art, D. M. Carman, Tnng w, W. A.
Kinney, C. W. Spits, Geo. R. Carter,
Mrs, Carter and chauffeur, Mis,
Adnmp, Mrs. Mncfarlano, .1. 0, Young,
T. M. Church, T. II. Kelley, A. 11.
Mimes, F. Crawford, 8, Sheba, J. An
drado, K. R Welbourn, Mrs. Tuck
Chan and child, Yep Chung, MrB. Tno,
Miss A. Splllncr, Mrs. Hnmaiiku, l'u
nlkna and two children, W. Schilling,
Mrs. Schilling and forty-eight o.i
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Mny 14. Alex.
Nelson, Stephen Joy, Frank llrewor,
Murayamn, Sakamoto, W. V. Chuck,
8. B. Lucas, J. Poalson, W. Dickson,
A. F. Judd, J. L. Fleming, C. 1L HtMii
enway, tihni. I.lnd, Mrs, Llnd.
Per stmr. Mnuna Ken, for llllo via
wny ports. May 1C C. D. Collins.
Mrs. Collins, W. R. Hough, Miss M.
J. Kearney, M. R. Jnmlesnn. W. F.
Mnrtln, T. W. Taylor, A. Mason, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Durstun, Hrnest (lleseckc,
Chas. Ilarron, J. H. Jonos, A. J. Sllvn.
C. M. lllalsdell, B. A. Soulhworlh,
Per Blmr. Mnuna Iia, for Konn nnd
Kau ports. May 10. Mrs. II. Spell
man, Gertrudo Leong, F. Gieenwell,
Miss Grcciiwell, C. tl. Owen, It, Hind,
Mrs. Hind, J. A. Mnguire. Miss
Hind, Call Wallers, D. O. May, 15. V.
Per stmr Mlkahala, for Maul, Mo
loknl isirts, Mny 1G, Miss K. A. Judd,
Mrs. A. H. R. Judd.
Per Btnir. Klnau, for Knual ports
May 10. H. A. Knudscn,. Mrs. Kliud
sen, M. J. Carvalho.
Por stmr. W. G. Hall, for Kau.it
ports. May 18. J. Souzu.
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Monday, May 15.
SAN FRANCISCf-May 13: Sailed.
S. S. Mexican, for Seattle.
8HTTLU May IT,: Arilved. S. S.
lllloiilau, fiom S.in Kraliclsro.
I1R1SHANK May 13- Arrived, S. fi.
Mnkitra (hence Apr 2X).
HONOIPII May 14: Sailed, Schr.
Mullet, for Han Francisco.
It may bo several months before
decision Is reached lu Washington us
to what method Is to bit pursued III
holding down the bottom of tho exca
vation nt Pearl Harbor for tho diy
dock, and within a few days the water
will (III the pumped out section again.
It Is understood thut the driving of
piles to hold tho bottom down lias
been recommended and this recom
mendation Is now being considered in
In thu construction of the buildings
at Pearl Iluibur it Is proposed tliat
thu government lay the foundations
and order thu steel for tho framewoi k
but that the actual work fiom tliu
ground up be done by contract
TO PERFORM TONIGHT
The band of Japanese wiesticra
that open ut Athletic Park tonight
will Htiige a class' exhibition uud
local lovers of athletics are much in
terested In It. Tho Jiu-jitsu and Judo
arts will Interest cveiyotie, uud tho
Independent Theater Company, which
Is staging the attraction, giiuranteeH
u clean poiformuncc.
Jupanusu wrestling is unique. It
affords all the excitement of boxing
with none of the feutuies that me oc
casionally disliked, and the perform
ance tonight should ho well received.
Special for u few duys: Vun Cuiiip'R
Concentrated Soups, 3 for 25c. Henry
Muy & Co, Phono 1271.
riiow'N or (Whtii.i: win
June. I'ur Inrmiuallnii
lutes, npi'ly In
Purser Penko lopnrts tho urilval of
tho American schoouur Hoi calls with
Australian coal ut Mnhukoiui. The
vessel will iccelvo a prompt iIIbcIiiiiki
hcfuiQ Hulling for thu coust In ballast.
Second-hand portable or stationary
giixulluc engine. 10 to 1! hoisepuwcr.
"f ('.", liiilletln olllii- 4ii2S-lf
To buy ii small collection of postago
stumps. "H. II P.". Hiillc tin olltcv.
New attractive llvu-rnoni cottage,
cheap. Ilverythliw modern Nice
Iiiwn. choke fruit and simile tines
Ninth Ave, Kuliuukl, imu block Horn
euiliiie. above Milintni'liiin niiltrn
nil premises VJit-tt
Victor pliiiiiogiMph N'o .1. Willi lilnci
letordn l'lioni H:is". I'.ntltr- leav
ing for Const 402S-Ct
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
Touching K AUAI