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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911.
Honolulu Scrniul lligrre.
llaunll.iu Tlilnl Degree.
All visiting mrtnbem of tac
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
Snd and 4th
st K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. K,
Meets every first una third Thurs
days of ;i, b month at Knights ot
Pythias HcM. Visiting brother cor
4Utly lnvltl to attend.
11. IOSTEH, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. ot H.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, '. 0.
Moeta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
ProtanIa and Fort streets.
Visltlug P.aglea z.re Invited to at'
IIS) A. DAVIS W. I.
WM '. Mfi'OY, Hec.
HONOLULU LODGE, GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No, CIS, B. P. 0,
".Iks, meets in tbelr hall, on King
Street. r Fort, every Frldujr eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
mvlted to attend.
i i it isr.NDnnn, 12 it.
n:o t Ki.ii:m:u s-c
WH. KcKINLEY LODGE. 210. 8,
, Meet every 2nd and 4th Saturday
tuning at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Ilerctanla. Visit'
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
K. F. KH.BEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. n. 8.
KV Bi olti'n Icnsi s replaced -quick und
lit Special It pmi ground to orde.
Ynv muKen iruinut, rejMirea promptly.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
Latest styles in sailors
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, oppoiito Young
When Building a
Put In your houto the most con
venlent and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Bun Heat Costs Nothing. For In
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Building, 1 in hit Hold 11 ml
y. Tim lictt l.iiiMS 111 1 11 11 11 lii fit miry
HC everything New
HfOTCNCIL PATTERNS ami
Hl a ncw fll-LOW TOPS
W MISS WOODARD'S,
Kf' I'orl eireet
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Those who drink ut tho Anchor
Saloon iiro linlnune from cholera.
'Hound ttio Island summer rate, (30.
Lowls' Stables and Garage Tol. 2141.
Clay's and Joo Kahlua's Locomobile
run bo found ut the Aulo Livery;
Subscribe for tlio Can, Chronicle
or Examiner SI no ior tnontu. wall.
Nichols Co, Agents.
If jou want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Cnrrlago Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen SL
John It. Bcrgxtrnm, Piano and Or
gan Tuning and Repairing. Masonic
Temple. Telophono 20C7. P. O. Box
Joseph Kotnnn, hat clennor, 122
Heretnnln St., next to fire (station,
guarantees nil" his work. Hats called
for and delivered Phono 1G57.
A Japanese mimed, lllronnku, from
Puulou. Is being held by Chief Mc
Duflle, pending imv8tlgutlon Into
charges of a crime agulnst 11 five-year-ohl
A .lapancso workman, while pass
ing a va' of boiling sugar here today.
accidentally fell In and received burns
from which 'It Is doubtful ho will re'
rover It Is not known how tho at'
cldent occurred as no one witnessed
li Garden Islnnd.
Slight loss was' sustained In a (Ire
from an exploding lamp ut the home
ot J. Uavalo, Knmanl and Queen
streets last night, the fumlly being
awakened by the smoke from the
burning oil. The tnble on which the
lamp was placed was thrown Into the
yard and the Itamcs extinguished In
that way. Mrs. Iluvlo, un aged wo
man, was overcome with fright nnd
was In 11 stute of collapse for un hour.
One man was sent to tho hospital
Mid another painfully bruised ns the
leMiIt ot an accident ono day last
week, caused by oiled roads. The
first nrcldcut occurred when a Jap
anese boy who was on horso bnck,
made an attempt to turn his horse,
when the latter slipped, throwing the
rider to the ground. A Japanese mlu
Inter was passing at the time, and In
attempting to pass tho same spot, his
hoise nlsu slipped, throwing hint from
tho buggy and landing him on hi
head. Ho remained unconscious for
Bonin time hut Is not thought to be
seriously hurt. Garden Island,
MAY REACH HERE
(Continued from Page 1)
all over the United States and Can-
uiln, und tho result lias been wonder
ful. The object of the laymen's mis
slunary movement Is to get the laymen
of tho 1 hui'ches.inoro fully unlisted and
In Hjniputhy with tho ml&slou work
of the churches. It Is not sectarian,
and many denominations have Joined
bands In tho work.
Major Davis Interested.
Mtijur A Jt. Davis, U. S. A., station
ed hero in chargo of the nrmy cominls
sury department, .outlined the history
and growth ot the movement last night
ut a dinner given by the men's club
to HUhop llesturlck, visiting clergy and
others here uttendlng the Episcopal
convocation. Today, following his talk
of last night, lie suggested the holding
of thu convention In Honolulu some
time in the fall, probably In Novem
ber, us It will tako months to prepure
In Ills talk last night, Major Davis
told of the beginning and rapid prog
ess of the missionary movement. It
fturtcil llrst at u convention of stu
dent volunteer workers in Nashville,
Tnn., In 1800, a decennial celebration
meeting. A Wushlngton, D. C, man
became much Impressed with the pos
sibllttles for enlisting laymen in the
inliixlon cause, und when, a few months
later, he was attending a great rellg
lous meeting In New York City, the
luymen's lntuslonury movement was
founded, with remarkable religious
demonstrations and deep-seated enthu
Led by Wonderful Man.
Major Davis traced the history ot
tho movement and outlined Its mar
relnus progress. J. Cumpbell-Whlte, a
missionary from India, was pluced at
tin exec utive head of tho movement
us general secretary, and Major Davis
sa that It Is very largely due to the
leadership of this man that the, move
ment has attained Its present strength,
Ho describes Campbell-White as a
man of magnetic personal qualities and
Imbued with deep Und steadfust relig
Major Davis became enlisted In the
Movement while at Ht. Louis last year,
mid believes that If u convention were
held In Honolulu It would have u
"Not only have the contributions for
foi t Inn missions been pructlcully den
ied us 11 result of the movement," ha
miijh, "put tlin contributions for the
churches ut homo have als,o been pro
portionately Increased "
It I" not unlike lj- that Campbell-
Willie lilmxctr would mini) to Hono
lulu fur thu ronviiulloii. At nny Kile,
Hie plan Mould lit, to secure Inn mm
or inoie from Hie unilnUiul who are In
the movement there und lo gel nil of
lb' IxhiiiiI iliurrliix In rnopiiati, us
llwiy me dolus; rlew litre
Mm Joe llavls' tulk Wt mm of the
r!lllM f Hie illlllM-r HI flight, llll'l
lb lllil 01.11 hWi IihjihI II urn 11 nil II
Iwtwe In vgllliHi A hum nt Urn liniftt
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Vessel and Some of Her Crew Given Considerable Attention.
Seek the Elusive Tins of Dope - Inter-island Arrivals
With Sugar Marine Railway Goes In Commission
Probably not In months has thcro Many passengers now In tho Shor
been such n distinguished delegation I man are said lo have been those
of Federal and Territorial officials 0n
board n steamer at tho port of H01.0-, '"n. 1.10 lauer vessel nuv ng
lulu at any one time ns tho few mln- Ballc,l f'' Manila In such crowded
tites preceding the sailing of tho Mnt-,cnn,ll'lon. Ulnt mnn-v wl, 1""' Panned
son Navigation steamer Wllhelinlna.'" rctn . ' """ wore llsap
ror San KrancUco at ten o'clock thht P01?16,11 tot ,n laBt """"ent I" sc
mornlng. " curlng'ahe cowled one dollar a day
Tli PNeenllve ludldlncr was i.rnrtl-t
cally emptied of Its galaxy of depart
mental bends, who from Governor
Frcnr down tho lino of lesser lights,
nil were on hand to pny their res
pects to tho dopartlng Delegate Kit
lilo who Is off to Washington, whllo
Territorial Treasurer Conkllng and
Attorney (lonernl Hcmenwuy nro en-
routo to Now York to attend to the
Hooting of' over a million dollars In
Tho Fcdornl branch of the govern
ment was nono the less conspicuous
at the departure of tho Wilhelmlnn.
United States District Attorney Hrec
kons was Hitting about tho decks of
the Btenmor itecmlngly with no parti
cular object In view but at (he same
tlmo apparently did not overlook any
thing Hint might bo going on.
A largo squad of Federal Customs
Inspectors were Intent on a keen
watch kept on all persons who board
ed tho vessel as well ns those who
left before the casting oft ot the last
Wlille somo Inspectors kept the up
per decks, others delved Into tho very
Lowelry of tho ship and now nnd
then appenred on the surface wear
ing a worried expression as If suc
cess had not exactly attended their
Cortaln quantities of opium Is be
lieved to have been placed aboard the
wllhelmlna before the departure at
that vessel from San Francisco. Tho
alleged broaching of certain boxes of
general cargo Is a matter that has
given a llttlo coterie of Federal oftl
clals here much concern. It Is also
known that during tho stay of tho
Wilhelmlna nt the port sovernl mem
hers of her crew hnve been under
partial survcllance, although no nr
rests were made.
The last of the customs squad did
not leave the steamer decks Dili
morning until they started to lower
Harbor Pollco Offlcor Carter was on
the Jump In rounding up supposed
stowaways. It Is understood that In
tho stewards' department of thatves
sel nro several rather well known
young men allout town who havo been
added to the force In oider to care
for the unusual number of passengorj
making tho voyage to San Francisco.
The Wllhelmlna dopnrture was at
tended by the melody of tho Hawaii
an band am the presencu of litm
dreds of gaily bedecked ladles. The
sailing drew out a largo concourse of
people who at times crowded tho
wharf nonr the gangway to suffocation
Ono hundred and forty cabin and
Beenty-flvo steerage passengers left,
by tho vessel. The cargo Included
about five thousand' tons sugar, 5000
cases of canned pineapples, C000
hunches bananas and 200 tons of sun
$ ($.$.$. ($t,3.))!
nnd most Interesting addresses they
ever listened to.
Big Brothers Busy.
James Wakellc-ld, president of thd
club, had for his theme tho "Illg
Brother" movement which thu men's
club has taken up to help look ufler
the hoys who come before the Juvenile
court, Beginning last week, ecry lad
that comes before Judge Whitney Is
committed to the euro ot sunici one of
the lllg Brothers, who looks nfter 111 in
nnd cndeiiMirs to keep him straight.
Tim men's club, ns brought out by
President Wnkofleld's tnlk, Is heartily
In sympathy with the movement, und
ever boy will be looked after.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouno Wines
Solo Afjonts Mumm's Chnmpnnno
( Sohlil? Door
i PHONE 1281
I scheduled to leave tho Philippines In
Many things are said to bo respon
sible for tho large number of home
ward bound passengers. Among these
reasons are the many promotions
which have taken place nnd the con
sequent assignment of officers to oth
er regiments bervlng in the States,
and the Mexican trouble Is also res
ponslljlo for somo of the assignments
to duty In the homeland. Many offi
cers also arc going on leave of ab
Eligible to the Come Back Club.
Who In Honolulu shipping circles
hni hot heard of Charlie UanTsden
one of the old tlmo stewards who
used to pass through Honolulu as an
official In the Toyo Klsen Kalsha tin
or Nlpiion Marti- a number of yean
ago but of lata has been leading tho
quiet life of a retired mariner nnd
settled down on a llttlo form near
When tho Pacific Coast simmer
Queen snlled for Seattle a few days
ago, Charllo Ramsdcn, ono of the well
known stewards, was In charge of the
Itctlrlng cynth the intention of .nev
er again going to sea, the call of the
old liro proved too much to be with
stood, and Charlie proceeded to affl
llato himself' with tho Northern Com
mercial Company. Aftor several yearj
In the various ships of this concern
Ilamsden again retired nnd his friends
had long concluded that he would
remain on terra flrma when tho nn
nounccment was made that thu old
timer .had taken charge of tho stew
ard's department of the Queen.
Local Anvlllsts Still Busy.
When It tomes to a continuous and
lusty "knocking" of tho Volcano trip,
It Is claimed that one does not havo
to leavo the Territory of Hawaii or
even the city of Honolulu to catch
tho echo of tho real article Accord
ing to the officials connected with the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany tho pleasure trip to tho great
natural wonder on Hawaii Is a theme
that certain Interests In this city grow
eloquent In their Hood of condemna
tion.. While It Is only natural that
somo lines of trade may be slightly
effected by the temiiorary withdrawal
of a few tourists who would see tho
Volcano, tho steamship company !
Hove at least a degree of honesty and
fairness should prevail. The declarn'
"tlon has; been made that certain autO'
mobile chauffeurs on public stands are
mainly icsionslble for the tirade of
abuse that Is heaped upon the poor
defenseless volcanic exhibit prepared
for tho delectation of visitors by
..Filipinos Due Tomorrow.
According to wireless advices re
eclved from the Toyo Klsen Kalsha
liner America Maru now entouto from
the Orient and due to arrive here nt
noun tomorrow that vessel Is bring
ing about forty Filipinos for work on
island plantations, ot the eighty-eight
steciage pjssengqrB the remainder
are Japanese und Chinese. During the
stay of the vessel nt the port about
four hundred and fifty, tons Oriental
cargo will be 'discharged at Alaken
wharf. There Is a jioslblllty that thu
America Maru will bo dispatched for
Sun Francisco nt or nbout nine o'clock
on Filday morning according to tho.
piosunt calculations ot Castle & Cooko
Claudlne on the Marine Railway.
The repairs necessary to have Iho
local marine railway In commission
again have been completed and tho
Inter-Island HteomerrClaudlne arriving
from Hawaii via Maui ports was sent
on the railway fdr a cleaning und re
pulntlng. Tho steamer returned with
a largo list of cablu und deck passen
gers Purser Klbllnx reports Hunt
variable winds and smooth seas on
the homeward trip uccompanled by
somo rainy woathcr. The freight list
included 10 cords wood, 2C0 railway
tics, zsh feet of ohla lumber, 219
sacks taro, 11 ciotos chickens, 1000
empty oil drums, one horse, 38 hogs,
32 bales of hides nnd n quantity of
Handt Around Bid Hunter Aloha.
Hnnds Around the Pncldc Club
delegates were on hand at Alaken
wharf last evening to bid nloha to
Percy Hunter, the Australian delegare
who goes to tho mainland to repre
sent tho Australian Commonwealth
immigration Ilmeau In search of
bonnflde settlers for large tracks ot
lands. Hunter was a departing pas
senger In tho Canadian-Australian
steamer Marnma that sailed for Vic
toria and Vancouver at eight o'clock.
Tho vessel took 65 additional pas
sengers from this port. A small car
go Including shipments of pineapples
and stHidrlcs was" forwarded to the
coast by the steamer.
Sherman Carrying Many Passengers.
Willi every cabin filled to capacity
with first class passengers, the dor
mitories crowded and a larger num
ber In the steerage than that carried
by the Logan, the United States army
transport Sherman Is due to urrlve
at Honolulu from Manila on or about
one week from Saturday.
As far as has been learned through
the local quartermaster department
the Sherman Is not carrying nny re
gular organization with ft possible ex
ception of Battery K of the Becond
Field Artillery which had to be held
over from tho regular April trans
Back to Port Hartford.
In waterlogged condition, the big
five masted American Bchooner W. II.
Mnrston which sprung a leak Just aft
er leaving the Pacific coast for Pearl
Harbor, has been towed Into Port
Hartford, it Is believed that tho ves-
rel will be obliged lo undergo ex
tensive repairs before again proceed
ing to the Hawaiian Islands.
Mall In from Kauai.
Returning to Honolulu on her re
gulnr run from Kauai ports, the
steamer W. O. Hall brought 6500
sack'B sugar, 0 bags coffee, 20 sacks
taro and 24 packages sundries. Her
passengers included 9 cabin and 29
on deck. Purser Logan reports strong
trades and choppy seas on tho return
Sugar on, Kauai.
According to Purser Logan of the
steamer W. O. Hall tho following
shipments of sugar nro awaiting
transportation on Kauai: K. S. M.
400; M. A. K. 27,522; O. & R. .270;
McD. 32,774; K. K. H. 7800; K. P.
CC00; K. S. Co. 1505; M. S. Co. 8C1C;
P. I 10,318; G. F. 2779.
Sierra Approaching the Port.
A wireless meBBage received at the
local agency of the Oceanic Steamship
Company announced tho steamshli:
Slcrrn as 1207 miles oft tho iKirt at
eight o'clock latt evening. Tho vessel
Is due to arrlvo at Honolulu at an
early hour on Frlduy morning.
Bark Made Sixteen Day Trio.
The German bark H. Hackfeld made
the trip from Honolulu to Portland
In sixteen dnys arriving nt tho OiO'
gon port on last Sunday. Whllo here.
the II. Hackfeld discharged a large
shipment of European cargo brought
from Hamburg and Antwerp.
Llkellke Adds to Sugar Accumulation.
Additional sugar arrived at the port
this morning In the Inter-Island
steamer Llkellke. This vessel came
from Punnluu and brought. C800 sacks
of sugar. The vessel met wHh smooth
seas and light breezes.
According to cables received here,
Iho Toyo Klson Kalsha liner Tenyo
Maru, has sailed from Yokohama for
Honolulu nnd San Frnnclsco. The
big steamer Is expected to arrlvo hero
on .or about Junu 2nd.
A shipment ot over twelvo thousand
tons augur that left Hllo on May 7th
In the American-Hawaiian freighter
Alaskuu Is leported to havo nrrUcd
ut Sallna Cruz on last Sunday.
Brought Sujar from Kauai.
Todoy's urrlvuls included tho
steamer Nlllimi from Anahola with a
shipment of 0440 sacks sugar. Tho
officers roport moderate trades and
sens on the letum trip.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, May 24.
SAN FANCISCO-Mny 24, 2 p. m.:
Sailed, B, S, Chlyci Mum, for Ho
nolulu, I'lUIIIIKA May 21: Balled, schr.
Ktlinl .nne, fop Honolulu,
YOKOHAMA May 24: Arrived, H 3
Hllieila (lieni'u Muy 0).
Per slinr. Muiiiiu lm, fur Komi nm
Kmi isirls, May Jt),.-iiv. , , y,,,
lut'ii, Mlu MiiHssy, Mix, O'nilln, Mr
li, V fhmuiit, Ml s C'nimiit
A Tonic Stimulant
The nctlvo business man, the
brain worker, und nil this pIhss of
people could not stand tho constant
strain on their brain -md nerves
w.ere It not for tha timely use of n
pure, gentle, Invigorating tonic.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
tho standard of
pttrlty mm ex
cellence for over
half a century,
is one of tho
strength - givers
known to sci
It hns been extolled throughout
tho world for what It has done for
suffering humanity. Physicians
recognize Its purity and worth and
gladly recommend It
Sold everywhere In SHAMS!) MOT
TLES ONLY. Write for free medl
cul booklet and doctor's advice.
The llnffy Mali Whlskry Co
Itorurster, '. Y., U. S. A.
DAY ON MARKET
A little but not much more activity
than yesterday was evident on tho
sugar market today, but sales were
few and far between on the board ses
sion, The Honolulu exchange reports
8 Oahil sold nt 30.73, 5 Honoknn at li,
und fi Hawaiian Commercial nt 38.25.
lletwccn boards Oahu Sugar sold nt
30.75, 90 shares of Hawaiian Sugar
went nt 41, u half-point drop from tho
last reported sale; 50 Kwa sold at
32.60 nnd 6 Pioneer nt 203. Tho lat
ter stock Is a little stronger than yes
tcrday. The Hawaiian exchange reports 5
Paining llubbcr, preferred, nt 123, a
good figure. I'nhang und Tnnjong Olok
nro strong und llttlo stock Is let out.
Mcllrfde has weakened n little In the
Inst few days, 6 60 being offered now
nnd G.75 nsked. Wnlnlun Is stationary
nt 113, nnd there has been no Import
ant change In tho market for a num
ber of dnys. Tho general atmosphere
The Hawaiian exchange reports the
following nil quotations:
Creino Petroleum 35
Honolulu Consolidated... 1.85 1.95
Templor Ranch 11
I'urlsslma 24 ....
Jewel ,s 09
Pyramid 00 .70
Associated r 50.00'64.00
Local sugar men havo received with
Interest the news that Japanese sugnr
merchant b ato preparing to ship For-
mosnn sugar through Honolulu to
Vancouver, I). C., where It will prob
ably bo refined by tho Ilrltlsh Colnni
bin Refining Company.
It Is estimated that Canada requires
approximately 500,000,000 pounds of
sugar annually. Some of tills de
mand Is supplied by tho FIJI Islands
where Hiltlsh Columbia refiners hnve
extensive sugar-producing Interests.
The freight rates from Japan lo Vnn
couvcr nro slightly favorable to For-
mosnn sugar producers, and It Is ex
pected that Canada will, barring trade
opposition, tako a considerable qunn
tlty of Japanese (Fonnosan) sugnr.
The price of Formosan raw Bugnr
Is placed nt about $3 iier 133 txmnds,
The Hawaiian manufacturers of sug
ar-mill machinery aro now successful
ly supplying machinery for Formosan
Japanese Interested In the sugar
trade aro endeavoring to buy the
beet-sugar properties' of tho Mormon
settlement at Raymond, Alberta, Can
ada. TRUSTEES NOT
With the probability that ormy men
themselves will favor a waterfront
site for the new army post, the Cham
ber of Commerce trustees are not
likely to oppose the coming of tho
barracks to Honolulu. Tho trustees
will meet ut 3 o'clock this afternoon
to discuss tho mutter, nnd It Is ex
pected Hint a resolution wU he adopt
ed to favor tho barracks heto.
8BNATOR FAIIICIHM) received a
cablegram this morning stating that
his llttlo girl who tccently Buffered
un nttack of pneumonia Is improving,
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
I ! i'l
WednMctay, May 24.
Hawaii la Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., a. m.
Knual ports W, O, Hall, stmr., n,
Tuesday, May 23.
Kaunl ports Klunu, stmr., 5 p, m
Maul, Motoknl and Lnnal ports
Mlkahnla, stmr., 5 p. m.
Victoria and Vnncouver-larama,
C.-A. 8. S., 8 p. m.
Wednesday, May 24.
San Francisco Wllhelmlna, M. N.
S. S., 10 a, m,
Per stmr. Claudlne from Hnwoll and
Maul ports, Mny 24. W. II. Low, Mrs,
Low, E. I 'Williams, E. V. Nichols.
1). h. Austin, II. Ilcthe, Mrs. Ilclho,
Aklnn, F. I. Baldwin, W. M. Holt,
Mrs. J. v. Kcrshner, Mrs ,C. It. Ath
orton, Mrs. W It. Jarrett, Miss K. Jnr
rett, J. D. Dole, M. Bussman, Jno. 1).
Holt, Jr:, A. Harba, Jr., W. S. Nlcoll,
Mrs. Nlcoll, Jns. .11. Love, Mrs. J. E.
Clement, Miss I. Medclros, H. P. Rob
inson, Cnpt. J. C. Lorenzcn, Mrs. Voel
ler, E. FV Ulshop, W. A. Kinney, W. T.
Hnwllns, A. A. Hussey, Alfred Ayers
and 37 deck.
Per stmr. W. O. Hnll, from' Knual
ports, May 28. J. R. Myers, If. Salo,
K. Sagasuku, Mrs. Jothmann, I). Con
way, E. Hutchinson, E. Lovell.
j . 6
I PAS9ENQERS DEPARTED.
Per M, N. S. 8. Wllhelmlna, for Snn
Francisco, May 24 Uralnard Smith.
Mrs. Dralnard Smith and child, Miss
A. II. Houscr, Mrs. I C. Houscr. Miss
K. Waldron, T. I). McDonald, W. II.
Powers, J. H. Schlcsswohl, J, H,
Wale. T. Waldron, J. Waller Doyle,
Ed. Wobher, A. 7.. Hlrsch, D. A. Mc
Carthy, II. Itotzi), W. It. Stone, C. F
Sprlnks, Mrs. Carolina Ilurgcr, Mrs.
E. Davidson, Miss Oussle Schadt, !..
Schweitzer,. Mrs. L. Shweltzcr, W. 9.
Nlcoll, Mrs. W. 8. Nlcoll, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Foster, Mr. Paulsen. J. II. Sop-
er, II. Younger, Clement Goo On, P
I Weaver, W. M. Madden, Mrs. Scott
Nlcoll, Jnmes Nlcoll, It. W. Sweet,
Allen Jaeger, Mrs. Allen Jaeger, M.
lirasch, Mrs. M. llrasch, Miss M. 11.
Hitchcock, Miss M. M. Yoder, Miss
V. Anker, L. Dlnkelspell Mrs, h. Dln
kelspell, H. A. Olios, Mrs. II. A. Giles
nnd child. Miss Bells Mulch, Mrs. E.
S. Cunha, W. J. Whitney, H. II.
Adams, Carl Hergfrled, J. K. Jaeger,
Mrs. J. E. Jaeger. Miss M. C. Allen,
Mrs. C. Allen, Mrs. J. Gomespestnno
Mrs. A. D. Skinner, Miss F. Hoffman.
Mrs. M. Anderson, Mrs W. T. Poguo
nnd two children, James Blcknell,
Mrs. James Blcknell, Miss Pogue, Miss
Mikahala Awanu, Miss D. Anker. Mrs.
Ed. Wobher,' Mrs. J. Wobber, Mrs. E.
Snow, Mrs. II. Behrons, Mrs. J. Nixon
and Inrant, Wm. Fitzgerald, Mrs.
Wm. Fitzgerald, R. Skclton, J. Monro,
C. A. Brans, E. T. Nichols, T. M.
Church, Carl Bergfrled, Mrs. It. Skcl
ton, Miss C. Castello, W. W. Uiw,
Mrs. W. W. Low, Marcus Blllson, C.
J, Blllson, C. Hodge, E. I. Cudahy.
Mrs. E. I. Cudahy, J. A. Brltton, Mrs.
J. A. Brltton, B. D. Keefe, Mrs. B. D.
Keefe, Miss II Luesclier Madumo Im
hoff, Joseph Schwartz, Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz, Miss J. Schwartz, Mr. Ktisso
and party, W. D. Clark, Mrs. W. U.
Clark, Mrs. h. McWuyne, Mrs S. C.
Allen, Mrs. C. J. Blllson, Mrs. J, A.
Macfarlane, Mrs. II, O. Noonan, Miss
Wllhelmlna Tenney, Miss E. I). Tcn
ney, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lowrey, Mr
and Mrs. A. F. Kiuidsen, J, T. Mc
Crosson, Ilbn. Jonah Kalanlanaole,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Goodfellow.
Per stmr. Mnuna Ken, for Hllo via
way ports. May 23. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Swascy, Mrs. 11. H. Llttlo, Miss L. E.
Bnscom, Walter Dulsenberg, Mrs. T.
JLl Kuhns, Miss II. M. Doblln, Miss
E. M. Porter, Mrs. II C. Anderson,
Mrs. A. L. Soule, Mrs. t. Livingston,
11. I. Llllle, Mrs. Utile. Mrs. Jna.
Watt, C. F. White, Jno. Debar, Miss
E. Borden, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. nuny
on, Miss It. Runyon, Miss II. Swecl,
T. A. Donga. A. J. Talt, J. D. Ken
nedy, Mrs. W. C. Aston, J. Sllvo, Mrs.
E. K, Fernandez, II. C. Waldon, E. E.
Bosworth. C. F. ParsonB, W. J. Coney,
J. H. Hnll. H. Beeker, Mrs. Weldon.
Miss II. Weldon, Miss I. Weldon, Miss
M. Weldon, MIbs O. Hurst, BenJ Bono,
Fred Weldon, Ah Chuck.
Per stmr. Kinnu, for Kauai ports.
May 23. G. P. Wilcox, W. J. Sheldon,
Mrs. Sheldon, Dr. Glnlsycr, F. Cook,
Dr. J. 8. B. Pratt. Mrs. Webor.
Dlx at Seattle, out of commission,
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
Sherman, from Manila, for Honolulu
and San Francisco. May 14.
Crook, ai rived at San Francisco, Apr.
Hilton, arrived San Francisco fiom
Shanghai, May 1.
Nine students are quarantined In
tents at, the University of Missouri,
two now cuses of smallpox having do-
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