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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., TUE8DAY,1MAY 30, 1911,
r . ' A "
l.r.ilil t'linplrr Nil '-'
Hawaiian- 'I lilnl IllgllC.
Honolulu Chaplcr I'.isl
.Mnlornnil Jlusl Dvcillctil.
Mull, i Triiiilr Itcgular.
All Tlsltlnx memlioro ol tat
Order nre cordtnlly InTltcd to
attend meeting! of local lodgea
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
.iinutf ritniittrcpt mcuiucn ui
alanine r.nomccna the AlI0.
BENEFICIAL AVIATION. eUuou cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE. No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! cor
lally Invited to attend,
II. FOSTER, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
SONOLUItJ AERIE. 140, '. 0. E.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WEl
NKSDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I', llnll. corner
Btretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ire Invited to at-
G1X) A. DAVIS V. I.
WM C. McCOY, Sec.
E0P0LULU I0BUE, 618. B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. V, O.
Clk, meets In their hull, on Kins
street, near Fort, every Friday ave-
Ding. Visiting Kiotliers nre cordially
invited tn attend.
u p it. iHcxninia, n it.
ar.O T KIAHUIIIU H'-c.
WM. McKINIEY L0DQE. 110. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
renins at 7:30 o'clock In It of P,
Hall, cor. Fort and Tlcrotanta. Visit-
Ing brothers cordially Invltad to at-
P. V. KILH1CY, B. O.
13. A. JACOUSON, It R. S.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building - Fort Street
Ovtr Mjy & Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORS!
COLORED AND BLACK
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel Street, opposite Young
Phone 3088 I
When Building a
Put lAyour liouso tho mosi con
venient and economical arrange
ment lor HEATINQ THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For in
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HCATERS," write to
WARREN D. CRAW, P. O. Box
Ei69, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Cervine Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Jliuonlc llullillug, curiMT Ilnlil ninl
'I'lin liil Lmim's in (nun In HI cur)
6'TllUUIL PAT TURNS and
HI1W 1'II.XOVV TOPS
, fort Street
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tin Bulletin1 telephone number!
have not been changed with the loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
tame as printed In the telephone direc
tory Duiinoie office, 2206 1 editorial
Tliuro who drink at the Anchor
Saloon nre Immune from cholera.
'Hound the Island gummcr r.ito, $30.
Lewis' Htnbles and Uarnge. Tel. 2141
Clay's and .loo Knlana's Locoinohilo
ran bo fonml at tho Auto Livery;
Now Khlpmcnt of men's nml hoys
straw and felt lints. Kam Chong Co.,
If oil want n good Job done on an
unto or cnrrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Cnrrlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
LUCAS IS LOW
Makes Fitjuc of $22,222 For
Building Laboratory For
.lad. I. urns, wllli a hid of $22,222
was tho lowest bidder last Saturday
on tho nintriicl for building tho new
labointoiy for the experiment million
of llio llnwalliui Sugar Haulers' As
sociation. The lilils were opened In llio nfllccs
of 11. I, Kerr, tho architect, and wore
Honolulu I'l.iiilng Mill (Lucas) $22,
222 Tline, 100 wofXlng -days.
(1 D. .Dudley, $22,501). Time, to
October 3. 1911.
Pacific Knglnccrlng Co., $22.9.'i0
Time Kill da.vn.
Kied Ucdwatd. $23450. Time, lr.n
dav s (
1-3. P Chapln, 2l,r.no. 'rime, 1t,rt
I.oril-Voung Co.. $2.1,:i."i9 50. Time,
Samuel Hvans, $27,200. Tlmo, lf.O
The big (Ue-tusisled schooner W. It
Mtirslon which hai left San Fran
elseo for Pearl Harbor with a quan
tity of supplies for t lie new system of
dock.i and fortifications thcio hut was
abandoned oft Golden (Into on May
19th' In a waterlogged and sinking
condition was lowed into Tort Hnrt
ford by Ilic lltltish Oil Tanker Trln
ciilo Captain Horsey ami his crow, 14
men In nil, wcro Inkcn off the dere
lict by the Ilrltlsh tanker Triiiculo,
which landed theni In Sun Frnneisco.
Tho men lost all their personal ef
fects and four of tho Trlnculo's crow
narrowly escaped drowning In llio op
eration of launching a lifeboat.
Tho Marston's cargo was valued at
$3(1,000. Outside tho lightship a hea
vy northwest galo was encountered.
The khlp worked considerably and
began to leak. For n tlmo tho pumps
held the leak umler'Voutrol, hut ns
tho bp.i developed in fury tbo leak In
creased, When 9ft nilles southwest of the
lightship Captain Kersey decided to
return tn port. Tho head wind ninda
It liuposslblo lo work llio ship to San
Francisco, ho tho skipper hoaded UU
leaking vessel for Monterey bay.
When llio schooner cached llio
track of coasting steamers the wind
died, but the sea continued so heavy
that it was IiiihwhIIiI to work tho
.pumps. About (3 p. in. Friday tho
Tiluculo. linmnvAirit bound fiom Pa
nama, came along.
The Trlnciilii stood hv the Mnrston
until 10 30 o'clock when Captain
llersp decided to abandon Ida ship,
whoso decks were now under water
Tlio trulibfer was uiado with dllilcully
ami occupied four Iioiiih.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
Schooner on Steamer Time.
A coast oxelmngo Ih icsionslblo for
Hie olor that almost passenger-
le.iiuer time was mnilo by tho bIcuiii
Hcliooiicr ltaluler on n lecent passage
from Kan Francisco In Portland. Kbo
made the run from Sail Frauclbco tu
AxtniKi In fifty-four Iioiiih.
Sierra Away Tomorrow Morning;.
Over oho huodicii and twenty cabin
mid llili l Kleerago pasHougerK ato
expected will mill for llio mainland
tniiiiuiiiw moinlng In tho Oceania
ii'iinishlp Klorru sclieilulcd to leavi
fm Kim ! rniirlM'n at Ion o'clock Tin
vomcI has been ut tlio Itullway wliiif
to'ln. (lilting on sugar und other lluoa
of lluwailnn 'products.
Iwalanl Off for Sugar.
Tlio liilor-Ulmiil aliiamiT Iwalanl
was illilclmi ut noon loday fm Kl
piliiilu, Hoiiiilpii, MHliukoiia und Ku
wallitio I'iklliii a klilpiiieul of llilillior
liiilllor and ulhnr llnnit of viipplliv
'llll' V,iS Hill Kllllini HIIM.II III l.
n nnri for irHii.lilpiiu'iit ni Huiiim
lulu Iii the imhIhUhiI
I IIIW I 1 I I
lllullk li.liil lit llll Nil In, llKIra,
Passengerat Pdione us your baggage order today. CITY TRANSFER CO.
(Jas. H. Lovo)) Phone 1281.
CHIYO MARU MIRED WHILE
STRONG HAWSERS SNAPPED
Bitj Liner With Heavy Transit Cargo Makes Brief Stop at
the Port Inter-island Steamers Getting Away on time
Today Hilonian Will Leave General Cargo' and Lumber
Before Sailing for Island Ports.
Tbo nernsRltv for itredclne nortloiiH
of Honolulu harbor was again brought
to tho fmo Willi the docking of llio
big Japanese turbine liner Chlyo Mnru
Hint arrived 'off the ipmrantlno nt an
early hour Ihla morning nfler a picas-
ant trip down from San Francisco. J
The Chlyo Mnru went hard and fast'
on u rapidly growing mud bank not '
many feet nway from Alakca wharf
ami lieforo tho vessel could ho
brought alongside and within such
distance Hint n gangplank could bo
tlinwn across,' a large fho-liich Ma
nila hawser snapped with llio report
of u gun. Luckily no one was stand
ing In the near viclnlly of Hip part
ing cable. Sovcrat wharf attendants
had a mighty clone call from being
lilt und probably malueil for life by
tho swiftly flying end of heavy rnpo
us It hurtled through the air and went
up ngalnst tho side of llio wharf with
tho force of a catapult.
Within (he past month several largo
and more heavily loaded stcamcru
have cxpet lenccd much troublo In
gaining tho Wnlklkl side of Alakca
wharf. That isirllon of the hnrhor Is
supposed to bo dredged In u depth of
thlrly-flvc feet, hut when a vessel
drawing but twcnty-flvo feel meeU
with dllllculty and gocH on tin; shoals,
the need of a dredger there Is plainly
Purser Chapman reports n flno trip
down from tho coast. Willi tho ex
ception of a few concerts nnd n pre
sentation of moving plctutes by tho
Chlyosropo the small but Interesting
number of passengers enjojed a quiet
and rather uneventful trip.
Tho vessel brings eight cabin and
two second class passengers for Ho
nolulu. Thiougn passengers Include
43 cabin, SO sccoihl and 132 Asiatic
Kleerago passengers. Mall to the
amount of 307 sacks was left hcie.
The through cargo Includes about a
thousand tons, mainly consisting of
Hour, RO00 bates cotton and 2000 roll
or lenthcr. A half million In silver
bullion Is being carried to. Japan.
Tho flioat Jniibcn company consist
ing of a number of people left tho
vessel nt Honolulu, hero to open n
luicf engagement before resuming tho
Joiirnoy to tho Fast. Tho through list
Include 13. It. MeCiillnugh, son of the
Manila publisher, and M. W. Ciengh
who Is connected with a big morcati'
tlio house at tho Philippine port. Pro
fessor II. 8. Wheeler of tho Piedmont
school will make tho round trip on
tho Chljn. Allan Hamilton, i.on of
Dejuit) Colleclor.of tho Port William
Hnmlllnn, nm his chum, Loon lie
Frcmcry, aro alM scheduled to make
llio loutid trip voyage on the Chljn
Thomas F. MlllnAI, whir-It Is aald
will establish a newspaper at Hliang
hnl, Is going out, neeompinlril by II,
W. Flclsher nnd Hcrheil Webb. II
W. ItobliiMin. n liuer rrnni Los An
geles, and F. II. Henry, another com-
iinui.H man inun ni'f York are
making their summer Irijis to tho Far
KnM. Dr. .1. 13. Kett-ey nml famllv
of Oakland mo among those destined
Massachusetts Hearing Honolulu.
The big Aniailcan fielghler Massa
clnihctts, which has auived at San
Francisco after u very good piiHsago
through tho Stialls of Magellan from
Now Voik ami Is duo to arrlvo at
Honolulu on or about tho middle of
Juno to load sugar for llio I3.mt coast
of tho United RIhIcb participated In ,i
daring lescuo nt t.en.
Captain Flndlay, ninsler of tho Mas
sachusetts reiMirtH that Ihieo iluts
nfler llio collier left St. Thiiiiias.
whero she put In for liuukur fuel, n
llioman iiamed Harkej, crazed from
dllnldng bay ruin leaped Into Hie plial After Ills Injuries hail received
sea. Ills acl was wlliiobsed hv llpus ailintlnn din boy was removed to bis
Hansen n hciiiiiiiii who, nfler givllr jIioiim Ills Injuries, while painful, urn
llio iiliiliu, Jumped lulu the ore. in luMuli'il in, not rerlous
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rmido Wines
Solo AfiontB Mumm's Clmmpnono
( Snhlit? Boot
tho ntit of Hip ilrnwnlni? man 11 km
twenty minutes lieforo a boat's now
reached tit two men, who wcro cx-
hausted and on llio point of sinking.
Tbo Mastachusclls uiado n quick
trn, of fffly-sctvn days from the At-
lantle and camo Into San Frnnclscn
with her Biipply of bunker coal nlmost
exhausted. She will icplenlsh her
luinkerH before pioceedlng In Califor
nia City In dischaigo 9l!IS Ions of
Allnhtlc lango coal nt tho naval bunk
ers. The Masichiisc(ls Is ono of tho
few American steam bottoms that
havo cairlcd (lovernment fuel, tho
bulk of the fuel IransiHirtatlnn char
lera being iccelvcd by Ilrltlsh, (lor
mnn and Norwegian freighter at
rates cheaper than Ihoso that can ho
made by vessels tllng tho Stars nnd
The customs bqii.nl appeared at tho
llackfchl wharf early thin morning for
tho puriKiso of searching tho Matson
Navigation steamer Ililonlnn (hat ar
il veil- lalo last evening from San
Frn'nclsco and Sealtlo for contraband
opium. Thlp vessel brings n general
cargo and nhiiuiintllv of lumber for
discharge aPlho sl'vcrnl ports of call
In tbo Islands The merchandise ear-
go for Honolulu comprises 1204 tons;
Knhiilul, 310; Knannpall, 21; Port
Allen, 'lD7f llll". 117.
Ono teaturv of tho shipment brought
by tho ilihuifnii was ono thousand
empty drums that aro' to ho left nt
Kahulul ,thejc to ho filled with mo
lasses" A JaVgo storage lank nt tho
Maul port,; pin tains h large quantity
of molasses which Is to bo transferred
In the coastwiso steamers calling
A smalt mainland mall was for
vviydPil from Puget Sound In tho Ill
(Julie a petccutago of the passen
gers departing for Hllo In tho Iutcr
Iblund llagshlp this moinlng woio
tourists who propose visiting tho vol
cano on tho Island of Hawaii. Tho
Mnnnu Kea got awny on regular
schedule at ten o'clock this morning
taking n number of cnhln nml deck
passcngerH. Tho btcatnor carried a
fair sized tdilpmcnt of freight for dis
charge at Island porta of call. The
early arrival of tho Chlo Maru on
nliled tho post office otllclals to dis
patch a mainland mall to Dig Island
A CLOSE CALL
The little llve-ycur-old lad named
Willie I'arvulho who, with bis parents.
attended the exercises nt Nuuaiiu cem
ctery tills morning, bad n very close
call from u serious accident through
being run over liy n largo iiiitomiibllal)Pllt W18 ,,, I1Mltyrcil nn, Ht(.,i
In which wero bcatcd a half dozen per
At tho pollen slntlon a Japaneso
liaiuAl Vosblokn, driver of auto No.
028, Is under arrest pending a lieiirlng
before District Judge Monsnrrat tomor
The boy vvns attempting to cross Nu
uaiiu iiveuun at 'J30 this morning when
be wax struck by tbo machine, which
was coining down llio load at u speed,
estluialeil by Moiinted Olllcer t'lilltnu
at u'Vciileeu inilcH an hour.
The liny whs knocked down, lllseyo
was cut, right knee bruised and ho sus
tained other Injuries about the head
ninl hods T)r Hodgltis was called ami
tin. tittle fellow was taken to tho lios
WORK OF LIVING,
(Continued from Page 1)
In bc)ng ublc to sccurcMr. Cotlrlll to
ttioti tho conclusion of r'nttrltl's nil
dress, all prcKcnt Joined In tlio singing
of "America," and the benediction was
given by Ilov. David Cnrey Hinlth.
Itrfore the services began It rnlned
heavily In Nuuaiiu Vnlb.y, but n short
time after the arrival of the parndo at
Hie cemetery gates, the clouds parted,
the sky cleared and naturo vvns smlP
Ing during tho remainder of tho morn
Tho members of fleorge W. Pn I-ong
Post, many of whom wcro present to
day, are glvcn'ns follows:
.1 O I'opeland, C. 11. Dickey, p.
Diet. James Devlin. Teter Diilmls. W".
I 13ntun, N. 11. Emerson, J. W. Fran
cis, It. .1. Greene. A. H. Ilnrtwrll, 11. A.
Hutchinson, I,. U I.c Plrrre, Manuel
Martinez, Win. McCnndless, Kam Me
Kengue, Itnbrrl Overend, William A.
Perry. J. W Hlder, 13. V. nobrrts, Fred
Sherman, 13. A. Ktrout, fleorgo N.
Knillli, W II. Wilkinson, Freil Turrlll.
Many favorable eomments wire heard
jf 'leetor Cotlrlll as a imbtlc speaker
on the coiiL'tiislon of his address this
morning, nnd tbo general opinion vvns
that his reputation as nn ablo speaker
was Justined, his delivery being easy
and his words easily heard.
SPEAKER TELLS OF HIS
. RACE'S ACHIEVEMENTS
Mr,. Cotlrlll, tlio speaker of tho day,
In his address ut Nuuaiiu cemetery
said In part:
"Mr. Chnlriniin, Members of tbo
51rand Army of tlio Ilcpiibllu, Sons of
Veterans, laidles and Gentlemen: I inn
unnblo to fully express the honor. I feel
nt being Invited to address on on this
occasion. When your committee's
chairman, Colonel Oreene, extended tlio
Invitation, 1 was tempted to decllno-
so com clous vvns I of my limited nbll
Ity. That I did not do so, may lie
attributed tn my belief that no member
of my race variety should p ver hesitate
In n.W irlboto to ttie memory of ttia
... ' a .
gallant Heroes lioui living ninl ueau
who fought for the Union during tho
Civil War. I deem It an ionor as vvcl
as a prlvllego to speak here and now,
for I regard tho present possibilities of
my rnco as duo to tho victory of Union
Wu breatlio today the atmosphere of
ft glorious spocli. Wo 'hold rdvcrentlal
communion with Its loftiest spirits.
"Sacredly conspicuous In tlio cnlen
dar df. tltu nation: W'tliln flny of reiqem-
liratieo nml reverence, vvnen oiu ngn ami
youth, stnndlng In tho edlllco of
great history, bow In humane to Its
Causes of War Past.
"Thii causes which led to tho Civil
War ure historic and need not bo dwelt
iilui. It Ih now forty-llvo years slnco
its close. In tbo passing of time, pas
sions havo cooled, visions havo cleared
and Just conclusions have been reached.
"While Its causes. Its principal actors
and Its great forces that accomplished
results uro historical, tho Influences
then set In motion seem to bo on In
definitely and aro still vigorously as
sertlug themselves In shaping the af
fairs, not only of Jtlils country, but of
mankind every w here.
"Tho war for the preservation of tbn
Union was not fought to destroy tlio
South, but tn save it; not to lilllii11l.lt i
or subjugate them, but to preserve tlio
Union and compel obedience to consti
tuted authority. H was n mighty strug
gle; It vvns real; It was earnest; It
vvns determined; it was attended with
cruelties, hardships nnd oven barbari
ties; It was American ngalnst Ameri
can and no braver men ever went Into
Struggle Not in Vain.
"Tho struggle was not In vuln--lhc
Union was saved. And by ono net of
him vvlio was Clod's eaitbly Instrument
for executing His will, u whole rnco
was emancipated. This earthly Instru-
Abraham l.lueolu, whoso piedomlnaiit
chanicteristlcb wcro bis lovo of man
and bis faith In Ood. Ho gathered
around him stub lieutenants as Ho
ward, Ktantmi, Chase, John Kberiiiuii,
J. M Ashley and men like them In
civil government; while In the war di
vision wero (Irani, W. T. Sherman,
.Sheridan, Fuiragut, Porter and llll
those other splendid spirits to whom
and to wlioso Lomriides, tilled nnd un
titled, living and dead, wo give humagu
as thn saviors of tho Republic.
Achievements of Race.
"As u member of that emancipated
race, I may bo pardoned u fow obser
vations on Us attainment during tho
brief period of Its freedom. It has
grown from 4,000,000 tn 10,000,000 nnd
I s now iippioxliualily 11 per cent, of
our population. It has reduced Its Il
literacy ER per cent. Theto llio 1.MI0,.
000 youth of this raeo In tbo schools
of tlio Hulled Ktatrs. while In llm
higher Institutions of learning there aro
40.000 students; SO.OOO also are learn
ing IradeH and 12,000 pursuing classi
"This linn has developed 30,000
loin hers nnd piofiwois, ll,r,IH) i lllll) -null,
IIHiO iiiush Inns ninl loin hi is of
music, join iiitors, 17.15 Pliysbluiih mid
am gi mis, 1000 luM)irn, Eton JoiihihIMd,
0 il iitlslH, Hi in litis, loo nullum,
nml poylM, 1H0 civil I'liMlni'cr, Nt bank
n and IiitiIihs, ninl It iiulilliils
''u nun and UdilioltvOo iiMlliitlu
for higher education. Including colleges
and academics, high schools, law
schools atul medical schools.
"Wo hnvo raised for our own educa
tion $10,000,000. Wo have 23,770
churches, with 2,C7K,000 members.
"You will pcrhnps be Interested to
know nlso that wo have 110 Industrial
schools being succestfully conducted.
"Wo tako grct pride In the fact that
Dr. looker T Washington of Tusko-
gee. nimsc f a former slave. Is "eknowl-
edged to be the most successful pro-J
moter of Industrial edueutlon In his
or nny other country and his life Is a
rnrlnllon of tho possibilities of those
of humblo birth. I nm especially
... , . , ..... ......... , ' ...,'
to thus speak of Dr. Washington In tho
homo of his tutor und friend, (leneral
Honolulu's Part. I
V"H should be a source of great prldo
for tbo citizens of Honolulu, to know
that their lato townsman and deserved-
ly popular fclIow-cltl7.cn, General Ann
strong. Is the mini who ro carefully ,
trained and thoroughly equipped tlio,
distinguished Dr. Washington for ills
great work of leading and uplifting n
"Savlous of tbo Republic! I bring
you tbo greetings of u rnco and, In
men iii.ioe, i pay iiooihkc u ino mem
ory of tbo dead, and bid nod-speed,
success and prosperity to tbo living
among your number.
'Wnrs stop, lint the duties ef citizen
ship never end. New questions are
constantly arising; labor questions,
trust quci.tons nnd many others nre
pressing upon us. They are dcmnml-
Ing our ntlcntloii-nnd receiving It. In,
duo time they will all bo successfully I
ri.ivi-u, im iiiviu in ti r.iii ,k ir, iiu.'iii-
gent nnd patriotic Amcrlcaulsm every
where prevalent strong enough to sur
mount any dllllculty.
"This tliut I havo described Is your
statuo and mine carved for us by the
labor, tbo trml. the patriotism and
loynlly of tboi'FouiiderH of tlio ltepuli
lle,' nml preserved to us by the hero
ism, the saerlllces and Hie lives of
those whoso memory wo cherish to
Over their sanctified graves, let us.clsco, Mny 31 Mm Aiken, Mlsa A. 0.
renow our pledge of loyalty to human
freedom and our beloved country,' Lllls, Mrs. .1. W. Harvey, Miss Sey
vvhnso endurance Is tbo security of bolt, Mr. nml Mrs, W. F. ICndcrs, C.
human rights; nnd under tbo guidance Snyder, Dr. Irwin, wife and two clill-
nnd with the help of Cod we shall go
forward to ;i destiny greater and grand-
er tbnn any language enn describe, the
rich blessings of which will bo a com-
moo berltnge to all mankind until the
end of time."
SPIRIT OF DAY, IS
Honolulu Joined nlmost unanimous,
ly today In observing tho spirit of.cadct Ivan flraham, Mr. Illshop, Mrs.
Memorial Day. Nearly every busl-, R R CInr(c ,, ,.,,,, (. ni.rBrrC(l(
boss houso-li, Jho city chisel, olllcu, M. 3. MaIol. F. M. Lowls Sanfor.l
doors wero shut, nml few business ,.:vaI!)i w Mn.i.ie,,. w. A. Hi'irgcar. F.
no . l.i.iiu uuwiiiuwii ai. an oxcepi 10
look ovor mall for a few minutes. Had
It not been for a steamer arilval, a
Snbbath calm would havo prevailed
every w hero,
Roth block exchanges closed down
ror the day and only a few of tlio, G 11. Sherman. I). .1. Durncy, Mrs. I.
brokers appeared on the stieot. Allij. h, ,, nfnl, clement Smith,
of tho banks and Btores wero closed, ifo nlllj cllU(( Mr. ,, Mrs. ji. Mud
except a fow of the .smaller shops i)r. j, t. Wnyson, Mrs. A. A. Dens,
i mi caivr io casual sircei iru.ic, nm:
tho big ofllco buildings wero deserted
The big shipping agencies woio
opened nt least part or tho tlmo dur
ing the day, nd ono steamer camo In
and nnothor goes out tomorrow mom
Ing nml passengers nnd ft eight must
be looked after. However, only tho
nm'bt necessary of tyislncss was trans
acted. Threatening weather reduced tho
street ciowds and Ihcro was a marked
lack of enthusiasm when tho vctornm
passed along llio streets In their an
nual paiade. On Mug street tho ln-
erfnipnee or sliccl cars broko up
the parade to soin0. extent and In tlio
Kciamblo tho various sections wcro u
4 " 1
Dtx nt Seal lie. out of commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, fiom Honolulu for Manila,
Sherman, fiom Manila, for Honolulu
nnd San Francisco, Mny II.
Crook, nirlvcd at San Francisco, Apr
Hiirord, irrlved San Francisco fiom
Shuuglinl. Mny L
Much Work on South Bay,
Tho diedger South Hay that left
Honolulu romo weeks ago for nn ox-
lenslvo oveihaullng at tho const will
be plai'cil In (irsl clasa condition be-
roio taking up work at San Diego.
Tho dredger la iceelvlng now hollers,
steering gear nnd winches as .well as
Tho Btenmor Hazel Dollar, which
grounded on Whldby Island on May 3
whllo hound fm China with n cargo
or lumber, got nfr on llio .Mb arior dls
chaigiiig her cargo and pioceedod In
Hveielt t will ho ilecosssary for
her tn dock fur tepalrs.
Coney Garage Automobiles
MeetVUl Inter-Island Steamers
lcr T. K. It Chlyo Mnru, from San
Francisco For Honolulu- Wni. do
Hollls, Mrs. Win. do Hollls, II. A.
dniison, Mrs, 11. A. .lanscii, Mnstcr
Alvln JniiRcn, Miss Dorothy .lanson,
Mlsg Dalso I.undy, M. Story Through:
Itov. S. A. Ilcck, J. It. Fernando. II
T .VlntaUnf 1. If llmirv. Mrs. F. H.
, ,.,,,, M IIcnry Pr((f. y.
iwakaml. T. Komuchl, II,
J Namlklrl, T. Oknmoto,
'w M ,,
"' ' , ', ,, ... i,i.i-
J ' 1Mnr'nn1I1,'T,,3'1 U 1 ' p Pm'
Mr8' "''W;, ,".' u ' t os I M
cry, Allen V. Hamlllon, Tims. K Mil-
', Herbert Wchh. Mrs. Herbert
Wr"' Jll" Virginia. Wchh Miss M.
Webb. 13. M. Aycrs. Mrs. B. M Ayers.
win. names, v. u, unuioiiii in.
W. Creagh, Master i. (Jieaco, .ir., r
t. ...... t t T.- rnlsMI It laid
'" i "' '''," ',',..
" Kelscy. Harold Kclscy, Wal Man
Iiit. Miss Pearl It LettcDcr, Miss V.
Iowrey, .;. R. McCullough,
I'hlpps, Mrs. W. II. Phlpps,
Phlpps, Miss M. Simian, Prof. 11. S.
Per stmr. Milium Kea for Hllo and
way ports, May 30. I.lcut, .1. W
Soailo, Mrs. Scarle, .1. (1. Smith, J.
13. tllgglmj, Chas. Hall, Mlsa Woods,
Miss Simpson, W. Chlltlngvvorth, Mrn.
Chiltliigworth, II. It. Hryntit, A. M:i
boii, Mrs. Oliver, Miss S. D. Iloyo,
i I.oiiIh an Kchmli?. Mrs. He Kehniltz.
Krc,f 8h(irti Wf n.'shoit, Capt. W. 13.
,,,,' .. , w. ,, .. i... iIrmvll
8nc0,,c Mls, iIpst.Crans, K. A.
Cnm1,lolli w , ,,&,, Met. w. F
Knnl, Ilcv. I), D. Wallace, 13. 13. Crau-
Inll, Mrs. Ciaudall, 11. C. Donuols,
Mrs. Donncls, J. C. Robertson, Mrs
Robertson, M1bb Cohen, II. D. Cohen.
Carl S. Smith, II. V. Patten, A. S.
Prcscott, .1. i;. C"ookP, II. A. Jaeger,
Mrs. .Inccor. Fiithcr Joscnh. Itov. W.
I C. Merrill, 1). O. Ilutcliart, Mls3 Mc
Per O. S. S. Sierra, for San Fran-
Hicks, Mrs. U M. Iloone, Mrs. O. 11.
dien, Mrs, I,. M. Judd and Infant, Mlsa
Helen Holiron, Otto Fcndlus, W. 1
Ilrlnd, Mrs, W. W. Fish, A. A. Young
and two children, Mr. and Mi8. HillT-
man, .luck Younger, 11. K. Hlblet, Mm.
J. A. Sttceper, Mrs. flllbcrl, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. II. Cabin, Mib. 13. L. Klnslea,
.Mrs. O. Young, Mrs. I J. Moses, II.
M. Pnssmnre, T V, King, Stanley Liv
ingstone, Donald Livingstone, Mr.
unit Mrs Ollllon. lru 1.? Cnvtiniimli
mi-. ., ,. ,.,. "i, ,. t. n.,i..
K jjcCcalli u. Ki iiosworlh, O. 11
Williams, F. II. Craig. Win. Water
house. F. A. Poor, Mr. and Mrs. O.
nowler and bon. C. (1. Ilartlctt, wlfo
and Infant, Mrs. M. P. Cardmorc, Miss
n. 1. Kim- w i.' i,v.,, ,. n...,.
j88 p. a. vclnol, Msa r,nr. MiKR
M. 1-3. Chapman, Miss (1 p. Cross, Mis j
Hockctt, Miss C. Davles, Mr. and
Mrs. Du Fosse, Miss AI. M. Voder,
Mrs. C. I,. Hiiiiiphioy, Miss Vivian
Anker, Miss Dagmar Anker, C. New
man, Ceo. II. Finn, Miss L. School,
Mis. M. Amlcison, Aha. C. A. F.ilr
wealher, Mr. nml Mrs. Henry Rosa
W. S. Stouo, D. Kvvnllku, Miss tlllbort
and Mend, B, S. Jones, W. J. Cow
dry. 11. llcamo.
Per T. K K. S. S. Chlyo Maru Tor
Japan pints and Hongkong Mrs. T,
H. Kiinna, A. J. Hllbert.
icr tmr. Klnim. rr Kauai ports,
May 30. A. F. Kniidsen Francln (lay,
Mrs. W. It. Haley Mrs. Takaml, J.
p. cooko Mrs. (J, llerkerl.
,.r .... w n .
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nntr. miiiiu J.--ltllhO CilbbOlll ailUi
Per stmr. Manna !.u, for Kona nnd
Kau ports, Juno C Mr. ami Mra. Lea
He, Miss Wallace, O. Mayall.
mans aro quo irom mo lonowlm
points ns follows:
San Francisco llonnliilan. Juno 3
Yokohama Tenyii Maru Jimo 2.
Colonics-Per Miikura. Juno 20.
Victoria Poi Marania, Juno 23.
Mnlls will depart for Uie following
Ran Fianolhcn -Tonvii Maru, Juno 2
Ynkolinma-Chlx, Mam. Mi 30.
Vnneniiver Per Mukura Juno 20
Sjilney Matama, Juno 23.
4 . .,
I IN FOREIGN PORT8. I
1 I'. )U Mimila, Ma) 211.
BAN' '"ItANCISCO-Muy 27, atrlved:
n. n. isiuinian Ilnlil riun JMegy (Not
ns bofoio mported)
WlltHLKKS H B. illloiilan nrrlvon
from Heiilllo I! p m.; H B Chlyo
Maru arrives from Ban Fianclsco
tomorrow, 7 a in.