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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, MAY 31, 1811.
I.inlil fluii(cr n. 2
llini.ill.in -lliinl Digrtc.
Honolulu (li:iili r r.f-l
Miislirtuiil Jin I I'vt lit ill.
tlnlm 'li'inplc (miliar.
Ail visiting members o( tkt
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodgee
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
iioihc cuiMtitecci mcuiucu ui
sAninc rnoinccao othel All0.
JEKEFICIU rWIWIQH. ciation. cor
ITAWAIIAN IBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M,
Hosts every nrst and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor
SUilr Invited to attend.
II. rOSTKIt, Sachem.
E. V TODD, 0. of R.
HONOLULU AEREE, HO, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Bsretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. OP.O A. DAVIS W P.
U.M C. McfOV, Se-C
EONOLULU LODQE, 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616. U. P. O.
f.lks, meets In their hall, on King
Itreet. near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting llrothers are cordially
Invited to atttmd.
i) p it isKxnnna, i: it.
i:o t ki.ui:ui:u sec
WM. McKINLEY I0D0E. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC of P.
Hall. cor. Fort and neretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
Und. F. F. KIL-DCY, O. 0.
E. A .TACOHSON, K. It. S.
A. N. Sanford,
Doston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
LATEST STYLES IN SAILORSI
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Hotel Street, opposite Young
When Building a
Put in your house the most con- I
vement and economical arrange
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Sun Heat Cost Nothing. For In
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more SUN HEATERS," write to
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669, Honolulu; or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
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A Ink in.
Tim ImM l.i mm' in (nun o lit uterr
IflU'NCIL PATTCnNB snd
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I mi I hlrsil
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Murnli.il Hetidiy Is repotted to bo
ill In llllu
'Uiiiind tho Island slimmer rate, $30.
fowls' Stables and Oarage Tel 2141
(la's and Joe Kal aim's locomobile
can be Touud at tliu Autu Liver) ;
All ir Hip plcusiiro resorts adjacent
in tho ii) report a good day's busi
ness tlntii' jcMeul.o
El) I.OltU 1ms returned to llllo,
after siiendlng n few days here
MRS LAWUHNCU M. JUDI) and
child U'fl for the Coast on the Sierra
(i:0U(i: 11 n.NN left on the Sl
um today und may locale peimu
nently on tho Coast
CAM. S SMITH returned to llllo
on tlio Mauna Ken jcstcrd.iy, utter n
brief business trip here
C I) LUFKIN. cashier of the FliBt
National Hank of Walluku was an ar
rlnl toda In the Clauillnc.
IVAN MO.NTUOSi: (HtAIIAM. for
mer Piimilioii student, sailed on tho
Sierra this morning to enter the U
S Naval Academy at Annauolli.
W A HAIUlL'Alt, brother-ln law of
James S McCnndiess, was a dcpuit-
lug passenger on the Slurr.i this
muruing Ho li.is been In the Is
lands only a few days.
Hit lH'OII 1) MITCHEI.t, has gone
to Chicago to ifttcnd tlie meeting of
the National Dental Association. Ho
wilt return to Honolulu und resume
practice July 15
SENATOR CHAS. F. CHII.I.1NG-
WOIITH, who went up to Knuiio,
Maul, last week lo attend to certain
legal business, returned this mornliu
Mi the Claudlne. He expects to go to
Maul again shortly.
STANI.KV LIVINGSTON, registrar
and business agent for the Kutnehu
mplia schools, was a departing pas
senger on the Sierra this morning. He
will spend his vacation on tho main
land, going as far east as Chicago,
and returning In September His
nung son accompanies him
Tiro llcnjnmln Pills and Snap have
arrived anil a large stock ot the other
remcillei-. Honolulu Drug Co, 1024
nrt "jntt near King Odd Fellows'
Ileeent reports from Island planta
tions bear nut the earlier prophecies
fnr splendid crop Tim latest estimate
nu Oaliu. as Indicated b reports given
nut today. Is fur a crop nf close to
::'', 000 tons. liirlkr estimates were
around 2'l,000 tuns. Pioneer Is said to
he due for a 29.000-tun crop this jear
V. Pfotcnhatlcr of II Hackfeld ic
Co 1ms iitiirmd from a trip to Ha
waii and Maul, In the courso of which
lie visited n number of plantations,
and brings back reports that even tho
most conservative will accept. Ho says
th.it probably all of tho early estimates
will b reached and In many cases ex
reeded The, cane for "next year Is
Inoklng particularly well, and tho 19U
crop po far taken off In very satlsfac
Tho wetk opened up today with more
activity on the "street" than for some
time A good deal of Oaliu Sugar was
sold between boards at 30 2li, and a
llttlo Wnlalua at 113 CO Torty-flve
Miares nf l'ahang preferred (rubber)
wire sold for 22 75. Tho session sales
wro few Mcltrjde went for CM, Ewa
weakened a little and sold for .11 76
nud Hawaiian Sugar was taken at 41.50
Forty shares of Olaa went at 4.00
Tho usunl dividends wero declared
today $2 l C llrewer & Co, 20 cents
by Ewa. 2.C0 by Wnlmnnalo, 75 cents
by Hawaiian Electric. 2 by Olovvalu.
It." cents b Honolulu llrevvery, C5 cents
'l... .l. .... ... 1 .A ...
iv lilt jim-i -minim cumiiuiiy, iv iii'mn
bv Kuhuku and 25 rents by Hawaiian
On the Hawaiian exchange ten
rliares of Pnhang rubber brought 23,
and .10 of Honolulu Consolidated Oil
brought 1 85
The following were tho oil quota
tions' Did. Asked
Creme Petroleum 35
Honolulu Consolidated... .... 1.87',4
Templnr Tianeh 15
Vi utiira . . , .00
Pjramld (it 75
Associated OH . 50 00 51 00
COPIES OF ORDINANCES
Clialrmim MrClullan of tlin Hupnr
vIhoi Jul rnmmlllun on Rnnllntloii nud
llenllli tlntOH tlmt lliero aru u lliiilleil
iiiiiiibnr of roplOH of llio now biillillliK
iirilliiiinei) together wllh Hid mow
hnniiii und wiiilliillnn I iw on lllo ut
Hill nlllie of llllllilllIK llllil I'llllllblllK
liisiioeinr Mnllilli.ln inni nviilliililn ror
illslrlliiiilnii a i in in h InlnrrMlml iiiiilln
'I lie Ill'Vt bullillliv lllilllllllllu will
mi ii ip up for fiiiinlilmiilliiii by llm mip
ftfvll'ue ut u U iiiwiIIiiii In tin
111 llll fvmmit!
Paitengertl Phone ut your baggage order today. CITY TRAN8FER CO.
(Jas. H. Love): Phone 1281.
Many Japaneso Leave Islands.
Two hundred and llftctn Aslalh
passengers left Honolulu lust even
ing ns passengers In tho Tojo Klsm
Knlsha liner Chljo Mam. The vos
sel sailed at four o'clock jcsterdtiy
evening taking many Japanese,
there being but a few Chinese Includ
ed among the outgoing travelers The
Chlo nlso carried three first class
lajover passengers During tho stay
of the vessel at the port a rigid
search was made by customs ofllclnW
for contraband opium One fcaturo
of a visit of the steamer at the pott
was the crude attempt made, by a
Japanese! ofllcer to suiugglo a quantity
of 8l)k ashore. In passing a hand
about tho iierson of the Japanese the
customs olllcers detected sevenl
large lumps"and upon making n more
careful search brought to light a col
lection of silks and other valuables
Tho man was placed under arrest.
A Graceful Act.
Seafaring men at Honolulu ester-
day remembered their departed brclh-
ten by marching to Nuiinnu ccmeter
and scattering floral tributes on tho
grnves of those burled there A party
of merchant marine seamen, accom
panied by Harry Turner, tlu nctlng
superintendent of the Senmen'H In
stitute, started from tho homo at two
o'clock yesterday afternoon and
marching to Nuiianu cemetery, laid
upon tho graves of seamen of many
nations, tiny bunches of (lowers, all
white. There vvus no ecremony, no
pomp, but vet a silent, loving token
of respect and esteem. Irrespective
of color, creed or nationality. Tho
Brotherhood. of the Sea Is a strong
hand, and each one participating In
tho little remembrance yesterday,
considered It a privilege to du so.
Buford Will be Heavily Leaded.
Tho United States army transpoit
Utiford due to airlvo fiom San Fran
cisco on or about June 13th will bring
a. large list of first, second and steer
age passengers. The vessel Is ono of
the smallest In the trans-Paclllc licet
of government transports. According
to advices received hero today, tho
Huford In her next sailing for tho
Philippines will havo on board seven
ty cabin passengers, 500 casuals nnd
lecnills and fifty marines. Captain
C F. Williams, formerly of tho Crook,
goes out ns master of I he Ilufoid.
Captain James V. Heldt who has been
at Ban Antonio will bo Quartermaster
Captain. Tho other oincers !t the
Huford aro Chief Engineer F. P. Elt
tlefleld and Chief Steward Ned Pick
ering. Tenyo Maru Here Tomorrow.
A wireless mossngo iccclved nttho
agency of Castlo and Cooko an
nounces tho arrival of tho Japaneso
liner Tcnjo Maru at the port at or
about ten o'clock toniorrow morning
Tho vessel comes irom the Orient nnd
Is bringing 14G3 tons cargo taken on
board at Hongkong and tho Japanese
ports of call. According to advluea
tho Tcnjo Maru Is bringing 100 Asia
tic passengers for Honolulu of which
38 are Filipinos for the Hawaiian Su
gar Planters' Association, Owing to
tho amount of the cuigo for Honolulu
It Is more than likely that tho vessel
will not bo dispatched for S.m Fran
cisco before ten o'clock on Friday
Hawaiian 8ugar Has Reached the
Sugar Bhlppoil from tho Hawaiian
Islands by tho Matson Navigation
steamer Hyades, arrived at tho coast
yostorday, according to cables receiv
ed horo. Tho vessel sailed from Ho
nolulu on May 17th taking a consign
ment of sugar and pineapples. Addi
tional sugar was gathered up at Isl
Andrew Welch rvfay Sail Friday.
C. Drowcr and Company may dis
patch 'the bark Andrew Welch for Sau
Francisco on Friday or Saturday.
That vessel will Inko a quantity of
sugar nnd perhaps n few passengers,
Borealls Is Returning to the Coast.
Having left a shipment of Austra
lian coal nt Hawaii, tho American
schooner HoiojIIm sallod fiopi Mnhu
koiui. for Ahcidcou, Washington, on
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roikio Wlnos
Solo Afjonts Miimm'R Clininpnano
( Sohlit Bnor
Many Passinger, In Claudlne.
With tho arrival of tho Inter-Island
steamer Claudlne this morning camo
many cabin nnd deck passengers from
Hawaii and JInul ports. The vessel
brought general cargo Including 20
cords wood, 11 crates chickens, 12
buircls wine, 32 hugs and 130 pack'
nges sundries. Purser Klbllng re
ports strong northeast trades on tho
Off for Cattle and Sugar.
leaving for, Hawaii ports to gather
up (shipments of cattle and sugar tho
lnter-Uland Btcamer Wullelo wn dlS'
patched at noon today wllh orders tu
call at Panuhuu, llonokna and Kukut-
hnclc. Tho esRel carried consider
ablo general cargo Including lumber
Helene Sailed for Hawaii.
Having left a largo consignment of
sugar, the Inter-Island steamer lit
lene wns dispatched ut noon today
for l'aaiillo, l.aupalioelioe and Pnpaa
loa, taking shipments of lumber, fer
tlllzer nnd general plantation sup
piles. The steamer Is duo to return
New Ferry a Success.
Tho now Santa Fe ferry-boat San
Pedro wns given her trial trip on San
Franclscd Hay and went through tho
various tests to the satisfaction of her
builders, tho Union Iron Works, and
tho owners. Tho San Pedro will bo
placed In scrvlco on the San Fran-
clbco-Polnt Richmond run.
Schooner Woods Changes Hands.
According lo coast udvlces, tho
schooner E. K, Woods which has made
u number of visits to Honolulu, bring
Ing down lumber for locul conslgnco-i
has changed hands. The vessel Is now
tho property of James Madison and
will bo converted to uso ns a can
' ' Ha
Wllhelmina at San Francisco.
At noon jestcrday, tho Matson Nn
vlgntlon steamship Wllhelmina with
over ono hundred cabin passengers
and nearly six thousand tons sugar
nnd other Hawaiian products, nrrlvcd
ut Sau 1'ianclsco. Tho vessel sailed
f i oiu heiu on May 24th.
Persia Sailed from Japan.
Thu Pacific Mall steamor Persia
with 350 tons Oriental cargo Is ro-
1oi ted through cables rcCelvcil at tho
ugouc) of II Hackfeld ns hnvlng sail
cii from Yokohama, Japan. This ves
sel Is due to arrive at Honolulu on
Juno Iith and will receive u prompt
dispatch for San Francisco.
Maul from Kawalhae.
The Inter-Island steamer Maul with
11,044 sacks sugar from Kawalhuowas
an ai rival at the port this morning
In addition to sugar, tho vessel
brought 7 head horses, tight winds
und mnootli scuh aro reported on tho
AcruiilliiK to report brought to Ho
nolulii by Iho Claudlne this morning
tho Matson Navigation steamer En
terpilso and tho American-Hawaiian
fielghler Vliglnlnn woio ut Hllo on
last Monday afternoon at tho tlmo of
departtue of tlio Inter-Island steam
Sugar on Kauai.
According to report brought to this
city by Purser Uigun of tho steam
er W (1, Hall tho following sugar In
nwaltlng shipment on Knunl: M. A
K. 471": Melt. 21.429; K. K. 11. 2100;
K. B, M. 4270; M. 8. Co. 8G1C; K, P,
10SS0; (1. p, 2(97; P. U 15,223.
Fair Trip for Robert Lewers.
Tho sclioonor Ilobort Lowers made
n fair (rip up to the coast, tho wind
jammer arriving at Port Townsoiul
jc'slerilaj Tho vessel sailed from
Honolulu on May Cth after having
left a full shipment of luuihor nt this
Tho steamer W. O. Hall, scheduled
In dopnit for Kauai ports nt flvo
oYlocI, tomorrow night Is loading 100
Iniis fertilizer ami 25,200 feet lumber
among oilier lines of freight for tho
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Wfdncsihi), .Uuy .'II, 1 V. jr.
YOKOHAMA May 30. Suited: ii. S.
Persia, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO Mny 31, Arrived.
llktn. lrmgatd, from Mnhukonn,
hence April 22.
NHWCA8TI.1J May 31, salted. Schr.
Komi, for Honolulu.
WlltKI.USS S. 8. Tunyo Maru will
arrive from Yokohama tomorrow,
Thursday, at noon and Bull for San
Francisco Friday morning.
Oil Tanker Bumped Whales.
Tho llrltlsh oil tanker Ashtabula,
which recently nrttved nt San Fran
cisco from Shanghai, passed through
an Inimeiiso school ot whales In tho
vicinity of the Pnralloucs. Bovernl of
tho Whales measured nt least fifty
feet. Ono threw himself out of thu
wnter for his entlro length, which
Captain Harding declares was not
less than seventy-llvo feet.
Hllonlan for Island Ports.
Iior San Francisco nnd Scattlo by
tho way of Knhuliil and Port Allen,
tho Matson Navigation steamer Hllo
plan will bo dispatched this ovcnlng
taking no cargo from this port. Tho
Hllonlan will gather sugar at other
Island isjrls and will leave Hawaii ncl
with n full cargo of this product.
The next mail to bo dispatched for
tlio mainland will leave Honolulu In
tho Tojo K'sui Kalsha liner Tcnjo
Maru ilup to sal) for San Francisco on
(Continued from Page 1)
llko excrescences. Whut are wo bo
Ing to do with such buildings?
"Tho drainage problem Is aptly If
lustratcd by tho conditions nt Camp
No. 2 and down at Kallhl, mound tlie
"Honolulu fnecs nn alternative
here. Kithcr tho streams leading Into
tho harbor must ho kopt clean und
fresh nnd free' from stagnant pools,
or tho Hoard of Health will have to
forever prohibit swimming In the har
bor. It Is not only the stienms west
of Nuiianu street, tho problem of
drainage for College Hills and MU'
noa must Jio solved.
"Two big problems of general po
licy now face Honolulu. Ono of them
Is as to tho reclamation of tho ponds
nnd swamps In the Diamond Head or
Wnlklkl section of tho city. It must
lo determined nrst whether thes-j
ponds are fed by flood-water from tho
hills In Ilmo of rains, or by perman
ent streams, or by leaking artesian
wells. There Is no uso starting on
this work unless we have tho prelim
inary knowledge ,
"Then hero's another very Import
ant thing. Is tho City nnd County or
Honolulu going to tuko tho position
that it has tho police power, or tho
sanltnry power, to ordor tho condemn
ntlou of buildings that nro Insani
tary? "So far as wo can find out Hono
lulu now lacks tho power of con
denmtug Insanitary and unsafe build
ings, it can older repairs, but not
condemn. Unless Honolulu Is to re
main unln.no among American cities
this power should bo secured."
The Sanitary Commission Is booked
for nn Inspect Ion trip this nfternbon,
beginning nt 4:30 and taking In somo
of tho tenement districts west of Nuu
nnu street. Tonight tho commission
will probnbly attend tho meeting of
the Hoard of, Supervisors and listen
to Hie discussion of tho new building
flovtrnor Prenr has itcelved notlP.cn
tluu from tho War Department nf the
miming nf three batteries lu Hawaii
nftn brlgadlir-gi'iieials who have died
At Port Kamclmmehn, Pearl Hnrbor,
a new buttery is to be named Hattery
Huf-broiick, after Ilrlgadlcr - doncra!
Henry C Husbrouck, who died Decem
ber 17, 1010.
At Port Do Hussy n new battery Is
to be named Unttery Dudley, In memory
of llrlk-adler-Ceiural Hdwnrd fi. Dud
ley, who died January 9 of this year.
At Pn'rt Armstrong a. new buttery Is
mimed lbittery Tlirnnn, after llrlgn-dler-fleiural
John U Tlernun, who died
March 30 ot last year.
J A Hath, superintendent nf 1'nlnmn
Settlement, bus bun Investigating la
bor cundltliiiiH ut Sail l'ranelseo, und
the result nf his Inventlgiitliins lias
inn bed tho Tinltorlal Hoard nf liu
UilKliitlnii Hn Minis Hint the Hidden
(bite city Is rapidly lining up wllh nn
einplojeil laborers nud that nmiei ui'u
ELCCTniO CABINET BATMB WITH
A tutural inellinil of recovery (rant
bodily tlliarders ladles anil utnllaiiisn,
Phone B4o7 or (ill t W 0, Klnu Ht,
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health nnd testimonials, also doctor's
advice, sent free to any one who
'I he Ilnfl) .Malt WliIsM-j Co.,
Koclirxlcr, V. V., V. S. .
"Tlie newspapers will have definite
Information about the barracks situ
through their Washington representa
tives long before we get It olllelnlly
hero through regular channels," said
HrlKndli r-tii-neral Macomb this morn
ing In response to a question ns to tho
present status nf the matter.
"We have heard nothing new, offi
cially, nnd It will be some time beforo
wo do, probably.
"While this matter of u barracks site
is a big iiuestlnn fur Honolulu, it Is a
small Uetlon for Washington and is
not attracting much attention there.
"It Is no more than right, though,
that the people of the city should ex
press their sentiments In regard to a
site, and this sentiment should be pre
sented lo Congress nnd tho department
through the Delegate."
Spiaklng further, Rcneiat Macomb
said that tlie idea of ban neks would
bo lo decrease tho cott of construction,
lor when barracks wixo built tho oin
cers could live outside und uso their
allow unco for quarters to hire houses
In dlfTfrent parts of the town.
'Honolulu must bo a big city In tho
near future," said tho general. "There
will bo mom troops biro eventually
Ihun In any other city In the United
States, und, besides these, tlioro will
bo u largo forco nt Pearl Harbor for
tho naval station there.
"It Is time that Honolulu waked up
to tho fuct that It Is destined to bo a
much more important city tbnn.lt Is nt
present, und to that end the sanitary
campaign. should bo continued vigor
General Macomb believes that tho
seawall should be built from tho pres
ent marine camp to Port Do Itussy and
it wldo drive built along tho bench on
tho nreu tilled in behind tho wallas ho
expressed In tho Ilullotln two
"With that tilling dono und tho low
land Hivn of Pllknl street nil filled
from King street to tho sen, and with
n wide boulevard all around tho urea.
It would bo one of the sights of the
"llesldes being used for maneuvers
for the army, tho mllltla could uso the
Hell regulaily, the Moral l'arndo would
find there uileuato room to reivlcw, and
airship lllghti und other events requir
ing n largo spneo could bo held tbero"
(encriil Mncnmh Is u strong believer
In tho future of Honolulu, nnd ho
thinks It Is up to the residents ot tho
city to get together on tho sanitary
cniiipalgn, on tho fllllng-lu of this area
fur n huge Held, and on other proposi
tions which will uu nn much to the fu
ture nf the town, and do tills without
Governor Frear lias boon notified
through olllclal channels that June
3id Is tho birthday of King Oeorge V
of (heat Hrltuln nud tlio (Itivuinor U
asked In miiko tho usual observance
by menus or Hug raising.
Local Drltlshers do not plan lo oh
Reive thu day pnrtlciilaily because of
tho minrm-ss of Coronation Day.
Juno 22ml. whou tlio festivities, will
I July Dudes, foiuiirly MIkh Vivien
flould, uudirweut n surgical operation
I for tin onto nppendlelllH nt the homo
of hi r inotliei'-ln-law, In London
t - ' '
Meet'All Inter-Island Steamers
Tuesday, May 30.
Port I.udlow Alice Cookb, Am.
schr., p. m. j
Wednesday, May 31."
Hawaii via .Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., n m. ' '
Kauai ports W. d Hall, stmr., a.
Tuesday, May 30. "i
Japan ports and Hongkonf-Chljo
Mniu, Jap. stmr, 4 p. in. ,u
Kauai iHirts Kinau, BUnr.,-?; p. m.
Mnul, Molokat and l.annlports -
Mlkahaln, stmr., 5 p. m.
Hawaii ports Iwnlani, stmr., p. m.
Wednesday, May 31.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S., 10
n. m. ,
i ' J.
j PA83ENQER3 ARRIVED 1
Per stmr. Clnudlno from Hawaii via
Maul ixuts J. I. Suillvmi, H. Murphj
J, H. llnkuolo, Mrs. J. O. McOIII, W
Liicjcr, F. K. .McLean, W. P. Moa'rtln,
MIsS A. Hnkuolc, TmIbs 8. llnkuolo,
C. F. Chlllliigworth, C. D. I.ufklii,
Mrs. I.urMn, H. Y. Chuck, It. s. Nor
rls, J. B. llluler, Mrs. T. II. Murrny,
Jtulgn Kingsbury, Mrs. Kingsbury
Mis, C. Tclxolrn, Mrs. T. Marks, H. It.
Welbourne, J. Andrndc, A. (loniez. A,
Hasmussen, J no. Carey, Miss A. Ka
loo, J. It. Souza, Mrs. Souza, Mrs. M.
Nunes, Miss A. Nuncs, Miss Cupu
las, Mrs. J. XI. Medelius, Mrs. F. Mo
delros, M. J. Medelros. Y. Amoy, J.
K. Itlchardson, It. C. I.) decker, 3
Per stmr. W 0. Hull from Kauai
poits Puul Isenberg, II. J. Holmes,
Mrs. Holmes. Judgo D. K. Knpahee,
Ynmamichl, Hcv. J. K. Kodcl, F. H.
Howes, IB dock,
-i . j
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall, for KaiialT
lmrts, Juno 1. W. A. Kinney, A. W.
Curler, Miss Fussolh, Miss Hggerbv.
Per stmr. Claudln for Huwall and
Maul ports, June, 2. H. C. DonneN,
Mrs. Uonnels, J. c. Robertson, Mrs.
Robertson, H. C. Donnels, Jr., J. K
node!, Mrs. C. Hnyselden, P.. M. '
Campbell, Geo. Ljcurgus, C. D. I.uf
klii, Mrs. I.urkln.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken for Hllo and
way jiorts, June C Judgo Kingsbury,
W. Chllllngworth, Mrs. Chlllliigworth,
Mrs. II. McLean, It. T. S Diiraton,
Mrs. Illusion, Miss F. Harrison, W.
Lindsay, S. Lindsay, Miss Hva Cild
ers, W M. filrfard. .
Per Stmr. Klnau for Knunl nnrti. L
Juno C. A. Wilglit, Win. Wright, S
Ponhu. Mrs. M. J. Carvnlho, Ito To
gana.. j j
Cnptnln II. C. Houdlette, tho vener
able euiiiiiiuudcr of the Oceanic liner
Sierra, will bo n passenger In his ship
the most of tho way to the Coast.
Chief Olllcer J. II. Trask was on the
brldgu this morning and will nssuinu
chnrgo of the navigation of tho steam
er owing to tho Bcrlous Illness of Cnp
taln Huudlette, who has been obliged
to remain within his cabin cluing the
entire) stay nf tho populur v essel ut Ho
nolulu. Captain Houdlette passed through a
trjlng operation tho other day and,
Willie slowly nn tho mend, bo was far
from being ii vve-ll nun when the Sierra
steumed out tho harbor and on tho
way to Kan Prunelsco shortly nrier 10
o'clock this morning.
The vennc'1'H departure was marked
by the presence) of ono of thu lurge-st
ciovvds of Bpeetutors that havo gatheied
at the Oceanic wharf In many months.
The Hk nn sailed with 111 cabin und
!5 Kteerage pUMSongcis Huch had onu
to u si ore or fi lends piuhcut to bid
him bou votugu. These) hovered about
the gaugwnjH und gathered In bunches
uliiug the outer wharf, causing a' slight
ilelu) In the loading of sumu hundred
bunches of bananas thuturrlved at tlio
The Hlerin, sat rather low In the vva-
ter. nnd In leaving fur the Coast slio
bus some 3S00 tuns of Island products.
Including over 2000 tons migur, nnd
consignments of pineapples, rice, cof
fee, hides, honey and sundries.
One fciiluiu of the shipments for
warded to tho Coast was n consign
ment of forty-flu) crntis of alligator
pears, vvlileh huvu risen to u high de
greo of fuior with epicureans on tlio
IMcllfb CniiBt. The pe-urs wero packed
with great euro und nru said to reach
destination 111 line condition, thereby
bringing top-notch prices. TlieXjUro
known to bring from 25 cents to 40
cents apiece, according to tho tupply
The Sierra is said to be will adapted
for ciirrjlug this grade, of fruit. A
large peicintage of thu ste-iragu paa-sc-uirera
were I'nrtuuuese. families.
lllank books of all sorts, ledgers, 1
etc., muniirnriureu ny me iiuiiuuu