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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911.
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E Masonic Temple 1 1 local and general !
I: Weekly Calendar
tliinidnlii Second Iligrer.
llnmilTnlt Tlilr.l lljijjrre.
All visiting mrmbem ol the
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local leilpes
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGMtEKS' T a0.
BENEFICIAL ASVIATIOH. elation cor-
HAWAIIAN THIBS. No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Mretn every first and third Thurs
days or each month Ht Knights of
Pythlai Hall. Vmltlng brother cor-
Jlally lnvltfd to attend.
II. FOSTKIl, Sachem. .
K. V. TODD, 0. of R.
ttONOIUITJ AERIE, 140, '. 0. E
MU on the 2nd "and 4th WED
NBSDAY cvsnlnga of each month nt
7: JO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
B.retnnla and Fort streets.
Visiting Knglcs r.re Invited to t-
C.F.i) A. DAVIS W. P.
V M C. Mcl'OY. Sco.
R050LULU I0DOE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61. II. P. O,
Mks, meets In their ball, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Ilrothors are cotdtally
invited to attend.
r p 11. iRnNHKiia. 12 n.
01:0 t. Ki.iTi:ui:u sec.
WM. UcKUIIEY I0DQE. 110, 8,
Meet evsry 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilerctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KII.11EY, C. O.
E. A. JACOI!SO,N. K. 11. 3.
Boston Building - Fort Street
over Mny & Co
LATEST STYLES IN, SAILORS
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, oppoeite Young
When Building a
Put in your home the mon con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Coats Nothing. For in
formation and prices of "Balti
more 8UN HEATERS," write to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
JliDOiu'lc Jlulhlliiic, InriiiT Holt I mid
'I'lie liel l.tiui's lit lull II In'IH t'll'O
0TIMCIL PATTERN! ml
NEW PILLOW TOPS
Skirts Sale nt Whliney & Marsh's t
Tbo'-o who drink at tho Anchor
Saloon nru Immune from rliolcru.
Hound the ImIiiiiiI uuuiirr late, 30
Ijcwlft Stables nnd UurugH. Tol. 2141
Clay's and .loo Kulnua's Locomobile
ran be found at the Auto Livery;
Now shipment of inen'n nnd boys'
stinw mid felt hats. Kam Chung Co.,
If )iii want n good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Quoen St.
Office stationery and supplies, cush
boohs, ledgers, Journals.' A II. Ar-
bigh Co, Mil , Holid near Fort.
John R. Hcrgatrom, Piano and Or
gnu Tuning nnd Repairing Masonic
Temple. Telephone 2007. P. O. Hox
Suits made to jour measure nt
ro.ul -mntlo pi Iocs by (!ct. A. Mm tin
F.mplro Thcntru llulldlng. Suits (20
.mil up. '
latest summer millinery stylus nt
Miss Power's, llosttm building, Fort
stipi-t Those huts lmo Just been re
ceived Tlio American oil tnnkor Santa Rltn
with nil for tho llllu Uullwny Is due
tn arrlro nt tho Hlg Island on noxt
The little daughter of Mr. nnd Mr
I'lm Dunn underwent an operation
at the French hospital In Sail rnn
nsrn last week.
Joseph Roman, hat clenner, 122
Ilerctanla St., next to fire station,
guarantees nil his work. lints called
for and delivered. Phono 1 cr.7.
You can get u perfect lit In the Rc
unl bhoo because those famous shoes
come In quarter slyes. Hoga! Shoe
Store King ami Ilolhcl streets.
ohlpuiPtit of fuel oil is em onto to
Honolulu In the tanker Satitn Maria
according to n cablo that has been
reeelvi'il here. Tho ecscl left tho
Infants' nnd children's, short white
dresses of Nainsook, lawn nnd cam
bric, hnnclsomely embroidered nnd
trimmed with lino lace nro being
shouii nt Sachs'.
There will bo a special meeting' of
the Merchants' Association on Mon
day afternoon at three o'clock to ills
cusi the reply from tho Shlppcm'
The Moon desks sold by II. Huck
feld Co., Ltd., Fort and Queen
streets, follow tho latest Ideas In
desk construction with a careful sel
ection of material, workmanship nnd
There is a distinction about thu
clothes made by Hart, Schaffner nnd
Marx that Is pleasing to thu partic
ular man. These clothes nro for sale
by fjllva's Toggery, Mks' building,
Mosiiulto-rlddcn .lorsey recently put
Pkeet-(5o Limps Into operation to rid
the localities of Uio pests. If Skcet-
fio will rid Now Jersey of tho wild
species It should do well on tho com
mon garden variety such us Honolulu
has. At Benson, Smith & Co.,l.td.,
lor eeiity-(lvo cents. '
R .1. ISUCHI..Y, of Peacock & Co.
has retuincd from ,u trip to llilo.
i.ici:nsk inspector fknni:i,i
has been making nu olllclul Inspection
trip 011 Maul during tho week.
MRS C. H. ATHi:itTON has 10
turneil from Maul, where sho spent a
lew weeks with her sister, Mrs. D. II.
' V aso.
T. A. DRANflA of llllo has roturn
ed to his homo aHer siioiidliig a week
THOMAS I10YD, who went to tho
Const as engineer or tho diedger
South Hay, returned on thu Sleri,
MRS. AUC.UST HOMDnilC. nnd
Miss Scott of ClilcaKo aro tourists
visitors In the Islands. They visited
first Hawaii and then Maul
MRS. CHAUI.US M Ill.AISI)i:M., of
Honolulu Is training the members of
the Knahuntntiu soclelj of llllo for a
spiles of tableaux which will bo given
n Kiimclinmehn Day.
11 f COODHUi:, who Is 111 charge
ol tho Mission aichltccture of the Sail
mean fair, Is a lelutivo of Dr K. S.
lioodhue of Kallua. Mr Ooodhuo Is-
.1 member of tho Now York llrm of
Cram, Ooodliuu & Cram, which wlth
other Important work hud charge of
the erection or the $8,000,000 liilllil
lngH at Annapolis, noodhun Is an art
ist, has duno considerable Illustrat
ing, und has written u book on Mex
ico C A W'RIOHT, iiiuitager of thoVol.
1 alio Stnblns, camo over from llllo
on the Mnuiia. Kea this morning
JACK MaVCItlll, siipeilnteiideni of
the lepor setllemenl, is In Honolulu
W. PnlTIJNHAIJKR of H. Ilatk
feld & Co., nrrhoi on tho Mnuiia Ki-i
this moinliiK from a IhihIiic.-ih Hip lo
MIW. (I K. Al'TONRO mid IwuOill
dieb miuu down renin llllo Ihls uioiu
I11K in Join Mr. Affonso hurn. A fl'i ' 1 1 (
Iihs loeently taken the iiillliirshlo uf
') I'lllH), (tip I'OrllllfllHUI pHIII'l'
W H IUMJN, detiuty omint) attur
m-v of Hlhi, nrrlvpd on iho Mmum
fe thu Hiumlim fin h ulioii nmy
t'MH MMITH, Ihw lllkt uiiiifimy, u
In Hoiiiitiiiu uu liMeluina.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jns, H. Love)
Zealandla Made Slow Trip. i
It looked as If llmro might luncheon
n cotisplrao to defeat the Internum'.)
held hv tho Hhclllehl choir In giving
an nfteruoon concert In Honolulu. If I
tho methods employed b nfllcors In'
the Cntiad nn-Attstrallan steamship
Kealnudla in approaching the port can
be taken as criterion.
The vessel made wretched time 'In
coming down from llrillsli Columbia
when It Is tnken Into consideration
that she Is n brand new nnd clean
boat. Again there wits the Incentive
for nu early arrival owing to the fuel
that two hundred and twenty members
of the Shellleld choir were anxious to attended with success
reach the pint and bo given nniplol Tho Mnuna''Koa arrived nt her tisu
opportunlty to prepare for the seiles'al early hour this morning biliiglug
of entertnlnments. in lingo list of cabin nnd deck pas-
The vessel left Vnncouver on Mnv, sengers. Purci Phillips reports .i
19th nnd her arrival here yestcrdav lino trip with moderate trades nnd
will easily put her In the clats or nn
Tho vessel carried a total of 3"0
passengers. Thirty left the vessel nt
Honolulu. Joining the steamer al the
port for Ausjlnlla by the way of FIJI
were three cabin nnd several second
class and tdeorago passengers.
Tho arilvnl of the steamer at Alnkea
wharf iliew nut a largo delegation of
townspeople. Tho Hawaiian band
was present nnd us a graceful compli
ment lo the lnrgo organization of sing
ers, played n series of national melo
dies. In tho Impromptu program was
"Alohn Oc" which played ns the Zea
landla steamed to n jioslllnn on Iho
Wnlklkl side of tlio whurf, attracted
the undivided attention of all passen
gers. The well known Hawaiian nlr
had been reheai-sed on tho way down
copies of the iniisle having been for
warded to tho Coast by the Promo
Kino weather Is reported on tho
trip. Tlio oinrorg reimrt passing the
steamer Mamma on Thursday.
Tho vessel sailed nt midnight. The
departure was tho occasion of crtnsld
crablo excitement owing lo tho at
tempt of nn American soldier tilng
to desert and stowaway. Ho was
placed under arrest, only nftcr sovcral
passengers would Inko a hand in er
fectlirg his release.
Llkellke Will Carry the' Crowd.
Ono hundred and fifty excursionists
will board tho Inter-Inland steamer
Llkellke this evening tor a tour of the
Island of Maul. Tho excursion, ipider
tho auspices of Iho Public Service As
sociation Is predicted will ho a foie
rumior for oilier oullngs In which vnr-
. Orpheum Theater,
Saturday, May 27; 8.15 p.m.
Ex-Middleweight Champion of the World 165 Pounds
America's Famous Strong Man 196 Pounds
I1HST TWO OUT OF Til 11113 FALLS
Derby of Honolulu vs. Alten of Portland
S Ringsido Seats .". .. $1,50
Reserved Seats .. 1,00
Ceneral Admission 50
Seats on salo at Orpheum Theater Thursday and Friday, 12
noon till 6 o'clock) Saturday, 10 a. m, to 10 p. in.
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. I704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont nonno Wlnus
nolo Aoonls Miumn's Cliniiipnuno
( sohin? noitp
lous IsIntulH -v. ill como In under tlio
schedules of tours,
H Is tlio Intention that the vessel
nnlvo at Kahulul enrlv lontorrow
morning. Iho dny being spent by tho.
Honolulans In the beautiful lao Vnl-
,u.v "r vuiiukii iimiiiiiuik n-aviiii?
hnliil by f.ovcn-thlrt and reaching
Honolulu at mi cuilv hour on Mon
Mauna Kea on Marine Railway.
A second attempt was made to haul
tho liitur-lslund steamer Milium Kc.t
on tlio.marlun ruiluuv 'his. inoriiinif
and this' tlino the dry docking was
sniooth seas. The Height list Includ
ed nn assortment of empty kegs, halo
of bottles, 27") parkaegs sundries, sev
eral cralcs clilckniH and turkeys. The
steamer Knual was at llllo while tho
stoamer Kulutanl was taking on Hiit
nr ut llouomii and the lleleno wna
passed nt Kohul.ilele ami Is expected
to aitlve here on Tuesday morning
with sugar nnd cattle. Tho steamer
Wnllelo wns taking on sugar nt Hono-
ktia and wiis to call for a shipment of
cattle, destined to airlve hem on Mon
day nfi ruing.
Sugar on Hawaii.
Purser Phillips of tho Inter-Island
steamer Manna Kea repot ts the fol
lowing sugar awaiting shipment on
Hawaii: Ohm 12.2r,0; Wtilnkea 21.-
0110: Hawaii Mill ir.00; Walnnl.u
.'IfiuO; Onoiuea ls.mu: Pepeckeo 7fiim:
Honnmti sr,00, Haknliu 15,000; .au-
pahoehoo 1)000; Ookala r,C"r.; Kuknlau
(D) 322S; Kuknlau HI) 031: llama
ku.i 7B00: Paauhail 10,00(1; Holiokaa
ir..snfl; Kukulh'iPle 13.717; Pnnaluii
10,200 and Ilonuapo 117S sacks.
Chinese Will Build American Trans.
Tlio tout met for. tho furnishing of
nu liiter-lalaiul transport to Iho arm,
for which bids weru opened at Ma
nila, was nunit'.cil by tho chief quar
termaster of Iho division, Colonel F.
n. Hodgson, to tho Shanghai dock mid
engineering company, of Shanghai.
Upon considering tho different ten
ders lecclved It was found that th
Shanghai company was the lowest
bidder. The Talkou onmpiiir) or llonr
kong had furnished a lower bid but
i ' J j
MRS K. HAOB.
Chicago, 111 "I lilglilfr rerommend
DulTy'B Pure Malt Whiskey I was
very sick lust Spring with La Otlppo
and took three hottlis of Duff 'a Pure
Malt Whiskey II cuied me com
pletely und now we keep It In thu
house nil the time ' Mrs. I'.. Sage,
2227 liarr.v, Ave.
Thousands, like Mrs'. Sage, havo been
cured by DuITj's Pure Malt Whiskey,
which stimulates uud enriches thu
blood, aids digestion, builds new tis
sues und usslsts In killing tho disease
It Is t,nld everywhere In SKAI.KI)
IIOTTLHS ONLY. .Medical booklet,
also doctor's advice, sent free to any
ono who writes.
The Iliifl' Mult MhUkr) 'Co.,
Rochester, N. ., V. ,N. V.
In the Oftlniatloii of tho chief iptartor-
master, Its offer did not olherwho
compare favorablv with tho Shanghai
company's and It also wanted ono
month iiioie time In which to build
mid deliver the boat.
The bld'J offered worn ns follows
Hongkong nnd Whiiitima dock com
pany, $317,02."; Shnnghal dock uud
i liglueerlng company, $314,000; and
the Talkoo ilncltvntd nnd englncerlu
coiniiimy, $.nn,7n(!.2."i. The boat Is to
In) 300 feet over all; I", feet breadth:
und 2R feel doplh. Thu Shanghai
(Oiupnny will deliver tho ship In M.i
ulln bay In 12 months time.
Schooner Slade Has Reached the
In ballast, tho American schooner
R. f. Slade that snlloil from H'uioliilu
on Apt II 27th hns arrived at Orns
Harbor. Tho vmsel biought down !
full shipment of luiuher
Kilo Orzanization Busy Trying
To Endorse Candidate for
itH il.it Hulletlii Ocii-cstKindfiice.)
illl.il. M.i 20. The llllo I-lbnr
Cnliiii held an exeeislhiKl) hot nliit e-
i ltliig meeting last night. Tim occa
hIdii for the culling thereof was the
impending depaiture of David HunllLu,
Hip president of tho organlratlnn. who
started tho following day for Seattle,
where he will represent the union lis
its delegate to tho convention of tho
International Longshoremen's Union
The discussion of the endorsement of
i candidate for the olllee of tn nsscss
or was. However, uiueii up urn, mm
this mnttir furnished the fuel for tho
i:wlllko hud nt the previous meeting
thrcutcneil to expel from tho union any
member who tried to bring polities Into
thu meetings. He therefore, carefully
suspended tho rules, declaring the
meeting it public one und not one of
the union. Ho then -asked for nomina
tions for endorsement for the olrfee of
Henry J. Lyman wns nominated bv
N'allluui, who spoke very strongly In
favor of this candidate, who had, lie
suld, hud long expel linee n.s deputy
tax assessor for Punu, when he hid
given witlsfiictory sirvlie John Vict I'll
named William Horner, thu ilcputv tux
usscHMir for Huiiiakuii, but he later on
wlthUr.iiVi.lilH name. John Kcaloh.i
mimed Charles it King, who, he Bald,
bad had much ulllclal experience as u
mIh'o! Inspector. Jill) Jvtpoo strongly
backed King Ux-lii preseiitallio Kc
ulawiui nomliiuteil Oeurge Wlllljms, the
l'.mbao, the Democratic politician,
rented n sensation by ileiUrmg that
he would never iigalu suppo.rt Hawai
ian candidates for ollke He had. ho
said, tliioiiHhout his long life, always
suppoilul Hawallnu oHlcc-scckcrs, and
the) had always been humbugs
The dlhciisslou llnnlly vviimiJ too hot
to be wholesome, und Hivullko culUd
fur a vole on tlio names hUKgictcil It
riHiilte'l us follows:
AS Illinois, GO; King, II; I.ym.in. 3.
Kculoha mnviil to inako the volt 'or
llllums u tiiiuiiluinii one. ami this
cm ried. on motion by KlIcKoIu.i, It
wits' dieldeil to notify (Jowinor Freiir
b wireless of the uitloii of tin union
The suspension of the rub thill
i'u.i-'cd, uud i:w'ullko mude a speech lo
his luilrlis, telling tin 111 to lie goull,
Mir. ml nod comcrvillllo diillliK Id' ah-
me He lllllllld d till-Ill tin- tin Ir in
linn in sending lilni to the rmm nllon.
nnd oionilseil to luok out for tin In nt
ihli i atH of Hie Ullloll,
It, nil' a bust mi which he had Ihhiii
or Mag, l 'mi I Hkium, a well kuuwi
hi ulptnr, wns rmid diii'iiiiM'tiui In Ills
kIuiIIii In New Yttih from wis which
In uii lob .Hns lliiiuiHli u liihu uttiti'li
i d to imi iip'ii Ji t
i Wrs'. y a '
i7w iLJ -lj -v fTi" v rT a
Friday, May 26.
I Vancouver and Victoria Zealandlii,
if -A. S. H., 2.30 p. in.
Saturday, May 27.
llllo via way ports Miiuiui Kcu,
Btmr., a. m
Friday, May 26.
Australian inula via Suva Zenlan
dla, C.-A. S. S., inldlllKhl.
Kauai pints V. O. Hall, stmr., t,
Huwail via Maui putts Cluudliic,
stmr, i p. in. 7.
Kutiul ports Nocnti, stmr., p. 111.
Per stmr. Mnnna I.oa, for Konu and
Kan pnrtM, .May 20. Airs. .las. Divls,
Mrs Nellie .1. llrown, Ml?s Clinton
M. A Sllvn, Itev. A. 11. Wcjmotnh,
Rev. 1). I). Wallace, .Ino. Onsiiar, Rev,
J. N. Model, F. C. Paetow, A. It. Hur
ley, II. V. M. Mist, V. Cinnslon, Mis
CinliBtnti, .1. D. Purls, Miss Wnssey
Mrs. Curlls, AI. It. Monsurrat, i;. V
Miller, Mrs. B K. Conaiit. Mlos N
Conaiit, W. .1. Uickyer, F. K. Mc
Lean, R. Coniint. iv. II- Ciuiuiil.'
Per stmr. Clnitdlnc for Ililvvnll and
Muni ports, May 20. Mrs. W. A. An
dorsou, Ah Illng, !. P., Rosecratii,
Mrs, Rosecmna, 1. S. "Walker, C. II.
Hall, 0. F. Zligler. Max tlreenliaiigh.
Sister Ri neter. Miss B. Fernandez.
Per C-A. 3. S. Zealaudla. for Aus
trnllHii ports Mrs. .lined Smith and
sun ,1. Dorgaii, Mrs. A. II. Smith.
IN FOREIGN PORT3.
Saturday, May 27.
YOKOHAMA May 27: Arrived, S
S. China! hence May 10).
SAX FRANCISCO May 27: Sailed,
S. S. Houoliilan for Honolulu, 1 ,
S. SChlyo Mnru nirlves on Tuesday
morning, 7 o'clock and sails for Yo
kohama, 1 p. m.
S. S. Hllonlan arrives from Seattle, I
p. in., Monday.
American Stowaways Joined at Suva,
Two Americans round llfo nt FIJI
not at all to their liking and nwnttliig
an opportunity swung aboard tlio
Canndhiii-Atistrnllan liner Mnranri
that pulled out from Suva on May
' H there Is nuo'thlifg dial Is a great
er abomination In tho opinion of Cap
lain 11 A. Monlshy than nil the rest
of the Ills of lire put together. It Is
tho picscnco or ono or inoro slow
awavs on hoard his ship. A scnich
or the Mariuua brought to light live
gentlemen who had fnllcd to connect
with tho ngeiils for tlio bit of paper
that iiiKiiios n unlet and uninterrupt
ed passage to llrltlsh Columbia. Tiny
were called before the highest tribu
nal on ih,i ship and two gave their
nationality as Americans. One de
veloped Into a Herman (lie other two
admitted that they had last resided
In lliltlsh Columbia mid would lie
glad for a chance to gala those, shores
Two stowaways weio landed at Ho
nolulu alter having gouo through the
legiilntlon quiz by Iho local Immigra
The roik on which (llbrnltur stands
likes 14311 feet from tho sea
Quality Havana Cigars
Our Factory at Tampa, Fla., is
running full blast again, turning
out Quality cigars, such cigars as
the VAN DYCK factory alone can
We are now receiving our
regular shipments, and, are in
position to supply your wants in
M. A. GUNST & CO.,
"The House of Staples,'
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
PA8SENOER8 ARRIVED 1
Per Canadian-Australian 8.
Iniulla, from Vancouver and Victoria
A. L. Mobcs, .Mr. mid Mrs. C. W
Rhodes, W. Peiry, Mr ami Miss llul
chnrt, Miss M. McLvnti, Miss U Hew
itt, Miss 15. Lclk. Mis. M. Uregg, Mrs.
.1. A. J.yle, Miss M. Qulnti, Mr, niul
Mrs. F. A. Oullon, C. do Trnflonl, 1L
L. Leuch, U. Doerltigcr, T. Whlteley,
Mis. II. Wuulaway mid child, It. Hills,
Mr. uud Mrs. II. Jackson nnd child,
II. llrowor, M. Mosul.
per stmr. Mnuna Ken from llllo via
Maul ports, May 27. 0. L. Rimyou
and wife, Miss Ronton, Miss II.
Swoct, W. A. Hnrgeur, Miss II. M.
Dobbin, Miss O. Cnnut, R. I. (Ileudiu
Ing nnd vtiro, A. Hwase) itml wire,
Mis. II. Little, Miss I.. I Il.iscon, T.
AbiiI.1, Chuck Hoy, R. C. Itiown. W. J.
Comoy, I), Hiitchnrt, II. Dllllughain,
Mrs. P. McLaln, J. M. Rlggs mid wlfo
I). Hwnllko, H'.'ll. Heen. C. A. Wright,
Misses Klmura 12), Miss Y. Kolzunll,
Mis. Ilnyaslil and 2 ctilldinn. MrsK.
Waluniibe, K KoJIinu, wlfo and
daughter, B. A. Campbell, C. S. Smllh,
II. V. 'I'litteni, R. 1. illicitly. Dr. A.,
Irwin, wlfo and 2 children und muse, '
Jllsn ledti, Mrs. a. Artonso and 2 chli
dien, M. Perry, Mrs. (Jen. Mnllnti, Miss
Canarlo, J. Roiirdon, (I. Iliistnnl, Mus
ics Dunn, Miss K. Dunn, Mrs. T. II
Kuhns, W. B. Plineiilal. C. Ahrens
Miss M. Crowes, 1). timy. M. R. Jn
mlosoti, R. T.Dursion, W. K. Nolloy,
W. P. Fennell, K. B. Ilosworlh, A. V.
Peters, II,, Duiker. Mrs. J. Wilson J.
D. McVeigh C, All Chock, J. S. Ral
ston, 11. Cm man, 11. "Waggoner, P
Schmidt, Miss B. . Scott, Mrs. J. F.
Hiiliiburg, H. Foeko, wOPfiitouliauer,
Por stmr. Maul, from Mahukona,
May 27 -A. Mason, II. R. Ilryant.
Per Mi N. S. S. Luillno Tor San
I'r.mclscn May 29. Mrs. U Hnbott
mid 2 chlldien, B. A. I.evhomiie, Mrs.
B. II. Hnllerstedo ami child, Mrs. B.
W. Weaver, 11. 11. Trealhway, c. 1).
Prlngle, Dotmld dray, W. Caiinoii
Min. W. Camion, S. R. Clark, Miss M,
B. Chlpmnn, Mlsn Malllu Hong, Mis.
M. Johm-'on, Miss Bsther Btcauor l'O,
Miss Bthol Lee Tonia, Mrs, M. C.
King L. Crowshy, Mis. I,. Ciowshy,
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai pints
Mny 30. A. F. Knudsen, Francis (Jay,
Mrs. Tnklma, .1. P. Cisiko, Mrs. M. .1
Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, for Kami
imi'ls, Juno 1. Miss Fussolh, Miss
Per stmr. Klnau for Knual pints.
May 30. A. F. Knndseii, Mis. Taka
nil, .1. P. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. M. .1.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona and
Knti ports, Juno fi. Mr. and Mrs. Les
lie, Ml KB Wallace, o. Mnyall.
Dlx nt Seattle, out of commission.
Ignn, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, fiom IIouoliilii for Mnnlli,
Sherman, from Manila, for Honolulu
and San Frnnclbco, May M.
Crook, in rived at Sail Francisco, Apr.
Riiford, arrived San Francisco fiom
Shanghai, May 1.
2185 eilllnrl.it rooms USCiG
huslness ollice. TIicmi are tho tele
phone nuinluTs of Hie II u 1 1 e ( I n.
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