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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 13, 1912.
Honolulu Mali el niul l'lrst
Honolulu ('liii)i(t'r, II. A. M.
1'. M. niul Jl. K. Jl.
v w.Uiittnllan Tlilnl Hcgror.
. , J.il Violin Chapter Xn. 3,
0. i:. ti. Higiilnr.
AH Tliltlof mambe.ni ol tM
Or4r r cordially luflttd to
attend meetings o( local lelgM
Meet on the
L'iiiI mul llli
.Manila) s f
ill KM'. Hull
7:3U IV 31.
II1RINP FNRIUICUP -Members ol
IflEFICIAL ASUTIOI. "laiionr
MM. MrhlM.1'1 l.lllllii:, M. 8,
It. of P.
Meets every 2ml and 4th Satur-
Iday evening lit -7 30 o'clock 111
' K ol P Hull, ror Fort niul
Dun (aula Vlaltlnir brothers
conll.tlly Invited to uttond
A V UF.ItTZ, C. C.
r v kii.iii:v, k. ii. s.
lio.Noi.ui.ii i.oixir, (iiu, it. r. o. i:
llouoliilu 1idgo No CIO
II 1. 0 KlkS, lllectS ill
their lnill, on King St.
near I'ort, every Friday
evening. Visiting Ilrnth
i'Fs nro cordially Invited
a i: MfiiiMiv. i: it
ii iii'NHiinn. Hn-
(IAIIII l.OIMiK NO. 1, K. or 1.
Meets every llrst nml third Frl
I day at 7.20 o'clock, t'ytlilau
1 II.ill, corner llerulanlu and
Fort Rtieeta Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
s di:cki2u. c o.
u uniNi:, k. or it. & s,
HAWAIIAN Tllllli: NO. I, 1. I). II. .M.
Meets every llrst nnd third
Tuesday nf each month jn
Fraternity I inn. I o o r
building ViMtlng brothers
cordially I m lied lo attend
IIKNKY A ASCII. Sachem
LOINS A. PDItltY. C ot H
iioxoi.i'i.u a kiii i: no, v. o. i:.
lfH Meets mi second and roiirth
JC, Wednesday evening of each
aF' month at 7 'So o'clock, in
Sin Antonio Hall. Vineyard
street, near Kiniiia Visiting brothers
' uro Invited lo atteud
' W'M J0NT.S, W I'.
"" J W ASCII, Secy.
iio.Noi.ri.r i.oiuii: nil son,
I,. (I. 0. Jl-
wlll meet In Odd Fellows' hiiltdlni;.
Tort stiict, near King, every Friday
evoulng at 7 .'to o'cloik
Visiting hiotherH cordially Invited
AMUKOSK J W1UTZ, Dictator.
K. A. JACOI1SON, Secretary
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SUSPECTED PLAGUE DETAINS
HONGKONG MARU IN QUARANTINE
Two Deaths Occurred After Steamer Sailed From Callao
Maun a Kca Was Laden With B!g Guns In Political Affairs
Sugar Received From Hawaii Ports Logan Due This
Afternoon Persia Will Arrive Late Tuesday from Or
Two Chinese passengers In the Too
Klsen Knishn liner Hongkong Mnm
died fiom whnt is thought may hnq
hern an Infectious malady after that
vessel sailed from Callao en routo to
llonohiln and ihe Orient, with tlic re
inll thai liiHtend nf onterliiK tho liar
lior toil.i. ihe Japanese, steamer now
ndi'H nl author wllliont The essel
will he d( tallied In strict quarantine,
until her release, presiimahly at an
carl) hoin tomorrow morning.
I'rom meut;er ncioimts Rlen tho lo
cal iiiaraiitlini medical olllrers hy the
lupanese doctor on hoard the IIoiik
koiiB Mam. the Infrrrnro was Kalned
that the l'lilne-t siucnmhed to ineii
monln Tlic hodlus, hnweer Instead
of helm; cmhiilincd were consigned tnj
uie sen. lOKeiner wnn nil ineir enecis.
at well ns heililltiK, which action has
lent color to Ihe heller that tho Infec
tion nun hae heen iil.iKiie iineiiinoiii.i,
One Chinese, a sleeinKe pimeiiKer,'
was lal.en silk on Match 27th. Ills'
i .iko was not iciorted to Ihe lions
kiinc Mnm medical olliter until three
dn)s later, the man passitiK away some
hours niter haWiiK recehed nttentlon.
The Amerliun Consul stationed at
Maiizunlllo reiioilH that the HonckoiiK
Mam was snhjeded to a thorough fu
nlcailon nt that iort, while a similar
procedure and precautionary lnensntn
was taken during the stay or tho liner
at Snllna Cinr.
Uoth deaths occurred twelve days
tgo ai cording to the statements mado
o Dr. Sinclair, the hoarding olllcer
his mornliiK. Dr. Trotter and Dr.
Marshall, however, nro not at nil dls-
poied to toke liny possible chamu or
an Infecllons disease gaining foothold
in llonohiln. Despite thu fact that tho
period or limitation Tor Infection from
plague germs has expired hy six days
the Hongkong Mnm was ordered fu j
litigated This work will he completed I
late this afternoon, following whlcn
the medical ollUern will institute a
rigid search for plngnn rats. I
falling to find rodenlnry evidence,'
'he vessel Is to he hronght inside tho
Inrhor some time on Sunday, and tho
work of dlHihaigltig sl hundred tons
nitrates brought from Chilean poitu
will begin nrly Monday morning. ,
The Hongkong Mnrn met with u fair
iiip from South and Central Amerl
ran ports. i
Tho vessel has four cahln pasten
gers lor Honolulu. The cahln list In-
tildes elKlit Chinese nnd lhiropunns
en route lo Ihu Oiient. In thu steer
age uie 11.1 persons ol a wide variety
ol nntloilalltles. The vessel will bo
given 30U tons coal before Hailing for
lapan and China portn next Tuesday
May Install New Engine In Makena.'
After an nhsenco nf ten days from
port the power schooner sampan Mu-
I n, which met with disaster on tho
maiden vojnge, was towed Into port
late last evening hy tho Japanese lisli
lug hunt TenJIn Mara.
Captain Tom Mason, muster of Ihe
new I) built irnft, which Is intended
lo operate In tho refrlgeraled-ment
tl.ule between Maul and Honolulu, Is
or the opinion that n more powerful
engine must ho Installed In tho Vessel.
Ills BtntcnientH hear out In overy do
tall those set forth In tho I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n
nt tho lime tho llltlo vessel was de
clared overdue. Ilo prnlses the ellorls
made b Supervisor I'.hen Low In
coming lo tho rescno or the ciow or
three famished men and towing sam
pan and nil to Miikenn, Maul. It Is
predicted that tho Makena will ho
placed on tho inailuo railway to lo
iclvu Roino repairs mndo necessary
through going ashore on a reel. It
may ho sotnn weeks before tho sam
pan resumes her tun to the neighbor
ing Island ixirts. I
Lumber In the Rough. '
Japan will attempt to cut Its own
lumber and Instead of Ihe regulation
Hhlpmeuts ol I be sawed product llnm,
the lumber mills several Into (barters'
tall for tho transportation of huge
lorfs to the Island Empire. i
A uuhiue slilptnent aboard tho now
steamer Hoheit Dollar, now en routo
rrom the Coast lo tho Orient, Is llftyj
huge logs about loity reel in lenglli
ami seven feet In diameter, (unsigned,
lo Kobe, whole the Japanese nre lo
test the value of tho new method of
shipping lumber h sawing In their
Customs Ruling Applies Here.
Attorney Geneial WUkershnin has
decided Hint a Collector ol Customs
cannot rerusn clearance papers to a
vessel on which opium has heon
round, pending tho payment or Hues
Imposed hy the Collector ror alleged
smuggling. This ruling will ho of
moio thuu usual Interest nt Honolulu
In that ouo or mote masters ol vessels
ftfufc.) f ,fct"V J ,.
have spent some rather anxious mo
ments In tho shadow ot tho "Federal
building" pending n satisfactory nr-
iniigcmcnt or a bond to Insure their
presence nt the liort at tho prellmlnn
ry hearing brought hy thu authorities.
How Macaulay Met "Kitchener",
Pilot John It Maeaulnv Is still try
lug to snunrc HiIiiks with his host of
friends along the waterfront since hiti
memorable meeting with lila old vnr
sit) (hum, Uird Kitchener.
It appears that Homo practical Joker
whispered In the attuned ear of tho
skillful pilot that Ills Lordship wan
traveling Incog, as It were, tho guest-of-honor
of ollUers In tho United
Slates Army transport Sherman, to
visit tho States and avoid all tho bally
Inconvenience, don't you know, placed
upon many distinguished gentlemen
hailing rrom foreign climes, through
Importuning newspapermen nnd other
ubiquitous Individuals. Macaulay vvns
told that Kin lienor had cssaed the
garb, and disguise, or a Scottish piper.
Mncaulav sought ns a favor that ho
ho granted permission to bring tho
Sherman Into port, which request was
readily granted by his brother pilots.
Climbing on board and gaining tho
bridge his attention wan soon directed
to tho presence of n atartlingly-array-ed
Scot, arrayed In all tho spectacu
lar bablllaments or n genuine, blown-lii-the-hottlo
denizen or tho good old
boot-mon 'Ighl.md fastnesses.
Pilot Macaulay of Honolulu descend
ed upon this uncanny spectacle with
all tho fervence or a long-lost brother,
whan, alter soiuo minutes, It dawned
upon both "parties concerned' that there
had been mado n mistake.
"And to think that ho was only a
plain, unfcrincntod piper In a regi
mental band!" sorrow'fully sn)s Ma
caulay when mention of his inlx-up
with British aristocracy Is vouchsafed.
Mauna Kea Returned with Many
Politicians and tourists were Includ
ed In tho largo list of cabin passcn-l
gers to airlvo this morning rrom llllo
and way ports In tho Mnunn Kea.
This vessel alTorded moans o! trans
imitation ror delegates who will at
tend tho two political conventions lo
bo held hero next Monday Tho steam
er met vvltli moderate trades and seas.
The freight lht Induded a quantity of
empties, 30 lords wood, :ISS pineapple
Iravs, !l bales hides, 177 packages sun
dries, 1117 pic-Lei hardwood, vurloun
ciales ol chickens, pigs and turkeys.
Purser Phillips icporls Ihe Maul at
Koholalelo and this vessel will bo In
Sunday with a rail load of sugar as
well as n shipment of cattle.
Tho Wnllclo was passed at Hono
knn and I he. Kalulaiii and Kauai at
The schooners Spokaun nnd tho Pat
terson are being discharged or lumber
nnd both nro berthed at tho railway
Inter-Island Steamers Prepare for
Them will bo something doing In tho
IntcMslund fleet of steamers on next
Tuesday. Tho Mauna Kca, uu arrival
ft out Maul and llnvvnll this morning,
is to bo dispatched ror llllo and way
ports at 10 o'clock In tho morning. A
delegation or tourists has honked pns
wigo lor tho Volcano.
Tho Konit and Kail liner Kllauea Is
to he loaded with a MU cargo ol sup
plies and merchandise, and Is listed to
get away Tor tho lllg Island lit noon,
Tho llltlo Noeati, trading along
windward Kauai polls, Is to sail on
that date, Tho Klnnti Is scheduled ror
depnituio at 5 o'clock, taking passen
gers, malls and cargo lor Kauai. This
vessel will hn followed by tho Mlka
Imla, lo call at Maul, Molokal and l.a
Sugar on Hawaii.
Sugar awaiting shlpmont nt Haw-all
and Maul ports' Includo tho following
shipments according to a report
brought to this city with tho arrival ot
tho steamer Mauna Ken: Olaa 39,200,
Walakca 20.000, Hawaii Mill G200, lll
lo Sugar Co. 21,500, Onnmeu 21,223,
Pepeekeo 14,200, llonomu 8000. Ilnku-
Inn 30,100, I.aupuhoehoo 19,000. Kalvvl
kl 5i;ii0, Kukalnti I'. 1739 M. 2982, Ha
makim Mill 17,800, i'aauhau 22.300. Ho-
noKaa 7700, Kiikulhaelo 2000, Punaliiu
15,583, lltmuupo 10,100 sacks,
Persia Will Be Delaved In Sailing.
Tho l'aclllc Mali liner Persia, from
the Orient with 500 tons cargo and 200
Asiatic sleerago pnssengois, Is duo to
anlvo ut 3 o'clock next Tuesday aft
ernoon. This vessel will therefore bo
dispatched ror Sim Francisco on or
about 10 o'clock Wednesday inoiuliig,
taking inter mull and a lew lay-over
M WteiV'."iifesV.il'l,J --,
TIDES SUN AND MOON
pin In tu. p tn
H !7 t 6 X 10 1 OU
WW, IS It 111 SM
p in n id.
It It 7W
mu la U.1I ;:to
0 I J t.t7 T.9
i,H) t, sin Km
im s i x as rii
s.4i, e in
ctv mil t om
i" m'' . J - .J
4 Kl d-47. U.IV
SI'i Mil 019
CM &.40 ate
Hull' 7,41 t.W( O.t0l
f iv r 33 t, Tri 0 Sol
Ivst (U.irter or Ilia moon April 9.
Temperature C a in, 69: 8 a in,
72; )(J n m., 75; noon, 7G; morning
Baronieternt 8 ii in, 3014; dew
point 8 a. in, 50; relative humidity, 8
u m, 65; absolute humidity, 8 n m ,
Wind C n m., veloclt S, direction
i: ; 8 n in , velocity 3, direction X K.;
10 n m., velocity 7, direction X 10.;
noon, doclty 14, direction N K
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended 8 a in., 11)3 miles
Halitfull for 21 hours ending 8 a m ,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchant'
Saturday, April 13.
1III.O Sailed, April 10, hkln T. P.
ninlgli, for San franclsco.
SYDNKV Arrived, April 13, B. S.
Mnkurn, hence Mnrcli 27.
S. S. VII,Ili:i,MINA - Docks nt
Ilackrold wharf Tuesday morning
with 79 cnbln and 15 steerage pas
sengers; 501 sacks moll, lo nutos,
2030 tons cargo; for llllo, HM5 tons
S. S. PKItSIA Will dock nt Alakea
wharf Tuesday from Yokohama, .1
p. in., and sails for Snn I'ranclsco
nbotit 10 n. in. Wednesday.
I'. S. A. T. I.OOAN - Will dock nt
Oceanic wharf about 5 p. in. today
and sail ror Manila about 3 p. m.
Per Btmr. Mauna Kea, rrom llllo via
way ports, April 13. -Dr. W. II. Dav
is and wire, K. (i. Swirt and wile, Mrs.
M. K. Coulter, W II Tavlllo and wire,
II. II. Anderson, Mm. II. It. Phelps,
Mrs. J. Sebastian, Mrs. J. A. (laugcr.
Misses Hradshaw (2), Irn. S, llrad
shaw,. Miss A. Walker, Mrs. I,. K.
Walker, Jl. J. Oarrney, Miss 8. .H.
I-'orster, Miss M. Cliristophcrsou, Dr.
A. Irwin, II, Irwin, A. L. Moses, (J.
II. Hitchcock, II. J. Lyman, B. M. Oso
Ho, I). Nnmahoo, S. V. Kallclhoa. C.
Weatherbee, II. II. Austin, O. W.
Koso, .1. Ilohiienberi;. D. liwnllko, W.
II. IJeers, i:. da Sllva, A. M. Cabrln
hn, .I, Waldron, Miss C. Held, .1. ,M
Itoss. T. J. I'llipatrlck. C. II. Drown,
J 11. Townsend, Mrs. Pan and child,
Mrs. U. A. Cash, Miss U. Horner, (1.
T. Coulter and wllo, J. Young, I). Mr
Corrlston, K II. Vnn Ilnrlluger, J ('.
Murine, Mies Harrison, Mrs. Harrison,
I'. II. Lamb and wire, D. (1. May. V
Welters, I.. Sing Clio, wlfo und child;
I). V. North. II. H. Mnyuard, II. S.
Klckard, Ceo. Miindon, J. Lewis, Miss
Kinney, .Master Kinney, I,. C Malt
lnnd and wile, Miss Leslie, W, Haley,
It Merrlwether. Masters do Mello (2),
Mrs. Abdul and son, II. I. Kelsey, It.
K. julpo, S. Kaiiehallua, II. L. Hols
leln, W. (!. Allen and wire, (1. ilueli
holtz, Jns. Snknl, Itev. Y. Nakamiirn,
wllo nnd Ihrco children; II. 1). Mead,
II. II. Patten, A. J. Williamson, J.
Ii I.aau, M. Piirtado. T. N. Nalelh
hun. It. II. Mnkokau, .loo Perlz, W. M.
S. Lindsay, A. Ahrens, A. Monition,
Wm. Hookniiul, II. Parker, II. P.
lleckloy, wile, two children und nurso;
A V. Ilottlesoil, W. T. lloblnsoii. 12.
F. Dnlnert, Joo Froltus, II, Goodness,
Jas. L. Coke, T. H. Lyons, J. W.
Ilnlemanii, S. Kuuaja, Itov. S. K. Kal
lua, 8. M. Kanakanul, W. Wilcox.
Mrs. K. Hardy. Miss II. McCorrlstou,
J. P. Cooke, F. F. Baldwin, II, A.
Baldwin, St. U. Snyres, D. Kuamu, J.
W. Ithnrd. II. K. Kcakl, C. Wilcox,
J M. Bright. Sun Kul Fong. Yeo
Kong Yin, It. W. Ilreckons, Miss Mac
Donald, Geo. II. Dunn, Jr., Master F.
Low, J. A. Costa.
t PASSII.NHKKS IIEI'AUTKI)
Per Btmr Cluudlne, ror llllo and
way ports, April 12.Mls F.dllh Dun,
I2llzaheth Seahury, Miss Colfals, Miss
II. II. Thoiuas, 0. W. McClanuhnii, W.
II. Ilahhltt, M. Jacob, Tnu Lo. I2lder
Pack, lllder Covvney, lOldcr Warner,
Lhlcr Wrlglit, A. V. Polors, Mrs. I).
Kalakul, II. C. Wong, )2. Madden, Miss
I'ASSI.'MIIIIIH ll(IOKKI) I
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for llllo, via
way ports, April 1C W. Olsteln, J,
T. Molr, Mrs. Barrett and daughter,
Mm, Morris, Col. Haml. Johnson, J. II.
Castle, Mrs. Mason, Mis. Patton, 13. N.
Holmes, Mr. und Mrs. H. W, Pnlton,
Miss M I.yinnu, I,. 12. Ponnimuii, F.
12. Richardson, Mr. Vogln, A. It.
Mitchell, Mrs. F. W. Tuylor, MrH. n.
Ilorncr, C. A. Sloblo.
Per stmr, Mlkahala, for Maul and
Mnlokiil ports, Apill 10. Mrs. Loder
er, Mr. and Mm. A. II. Jones, Miss
Per stmr, Kllauea, lor Konn and
Kau ports, April 10. Mr, and Mrs. It.
Wallace, II. W. M. Mist, Mr. Svvanzy.
Per stmr. Klnau, ror Kauai purls,
April 10. Itov. Dr. Scudder und wile.
Four humlrdl women employed by
the down Overall Company or Cin
cinnati, o, went on Htilke Ijecausetwo
or the Ii number had been discharged
!u ili.iiit.H eViiiifaUsV&ftiiji, i&tX-tA-SlAtkk&aitof-ik.
1 1 K. LINE TO
M Shlrnlshl, xon-ln-liiw or President
H Ahiiiio nnd n member of tho hoard
of directors of the Too Klsen KnNha
(Orlcntnl Stciuuxhlp Co ), Is nt prcent
inalilli!.- a pvrsnnnl InveMlgntlon of tho
I'anntnn Canal route. This company
ojierntes tenmiTs tn tlie west const
of South America, In addition to the
Han l"rnnclcn passenger nnd freight
When the Panama Canal Is opened,
It Is probable that one or more of the
three large JnpuiH-so stdimshlp com
paniesNippon Yuvrn KnlKhn, Tovo
Klsen Knlha nnd Osaka Hhosen KnJ
8ha will either extend their present
Atmrlcn-Japun-llongkonR sirvlce or
cMnhllh new lines to the Atlantic sen
hoard No report or plan on the proj.
ect has vet lie en made public, nnd In
iiulry nt the unices of the nhovo
imined compnnles elrcltpd the uniform
reply that while they must ihi some
thing to nvnll themselves of tho use of
tho rnnul when It Is completed, they
nre still Investigating, nnd no deilnlto
plan has birti or Is IjcIiih iniide
Round-tho-World Line New Boats.
Olllcers of the S'lppon Ynscn Knl
shn nnd of Osaka Hhoicn Kulsha hnve
Prsoiinlly Inspected the Canal Zone
Ituinor had It that the former will es
tablish n new rntind-tho-wnrhl line,
startliiB from Yokohama for New York,
via Piinamn, tin nee to Yokohama by
way of Kurope nnd Sue. This Is not
continued li the nlllclnls At preient
the company has 11 steaimrs. nil over
1,000 tons gross (besides 1 chnrtcied
nnd "I owned hy the (oiupmiy, used ns
extrn-cargo lleet) on the Kiiropean
line, nnd 0 sleniners on the Aimrleun
line In 19)1 tho company placed nr
iIcth with shlpliiilldhiK )nrtls In Japan
for 2 steamers, huth of 11200 tons, for
tho American line, nnd 2 of 10.S00 tons
for the Kurnpean line.
These new vessels will he built tn
meet all the requirements of the Jap
anese shipbuilding subsidy nit nnd thu
navigation subsidy net. liven should
the Japanese governnunt fall tu mnko
Htilixhlj provision for whatever new
line on which the company may place
these vessels they would draw subsidy
under I lie navigation subsidy net Thu
companj now owns 70 steamers, with
an aggregate tonnage of 2S0.000 tons,
nnd 7 (bartered (government nnd Itid
Cross Society) steamers aggregating
Possible Extension to New Orleans.
Another rumor vvns tn tho effect that
the Osaka Sliosen Kntsha, now having
a traiiKpaclOe fleet of six 15000-ton
strainers, being e-nrgo boats with llltlo
or no llrst-class passenger nccommoila
tlonx, contemplates tlie extension of Its
IloiiKklng-Jnpnn-Tncnma line to New
Orleans This company pun based the
America Mnrn (0300 tons) from tho
To) o Ivtsen Knlsha, mid It will proli-
nhlv hiiihl two or more steamers of a
IIII.O, Apr. 11 In reporting the
health building bids, the lowest hlddi r
uk Clmrlps II Will, 112.000
Deputy Shi riff Fetter hns bought
lilm u Ford machine from the Volcano
Stables When he uses the nutu for
i unity purpmes the e-ounty will pay
for the gasoline and other essentials.
Charles Aldin Is In the clt, renew
ing uiquaintauce with his numerous
C II Blown was an arrival In the
Malum Kea e(, rd.i He recently
purchased tin- old wharf at Will ikeu
ami Is up htie to lliilxh his duties In
that regard Brown Is past dictator
of the Loyal Older of Moose of Ho
nolulu, a recently Instituted oignnlz.i
Ibm of great popularity
There will bo n in-round contest on
Apill 20 between lien de .Mello or llllo
mid lloh Tail of Honolulu
A home for consumptives may soon
he establish d In tills illy Dr Sex
tun, President of the Board of Health
Pratt unit Sicretar of the Territory
Mott -Smith are planning the proposi
tion J F llarkreld will probably al
low 1:500. wbli b hi' some time ugo do
Imtid foi u contagious ward In the
liicul hospital, to go toward thu new
Picsldent Compirs of the Anivrlcnn
Federation of I.abiir wants Hllo's labor
leader, llvvallko, to report on the local
County Ihiglneir KnutbW'orth Is plan
ning lo Improve Churih street
Mrs. W II Hiers last Saturday nft
einoon gave u most pleasant lecep
lleiit. IncludlUK refreshments, ut which
the follow lug guests found phnsnre
Mrs Luilloff, Mrs. Pomeroy. the Mlises
Ilohneuherg (2), Mrs J. 1 In Ins. Mrs
Tall, Miss S I.viiian, Mrs e'ole, Miss
Alice Cole, Mrs McCutcluon nnd Mrs
The entertainment nnd dance nt the
MiiMinlc Hall on Saturday evening,
April 20, nt R o'clock, means a whole
hunch of fun Do )uu enjoy n good
laugh? Then iitlind!
Waller F Drake, formerly IJ 8
lnlirn.it revenue colli i lor nml now
manager of Maefarlane !t Co, llonn.
lulu, liquor dealers, got off tlie Manila
Km at Mahukunn friun Honolulu Ills
litimi rims friends In llllo hope that
business will soon bring him tills vvny
RULES COMMITTEE MAY
GIVE ALL ISLANDS CHANCE
A move bv tho Tntt-Kulilo Torres
whereby each Island may ho assured
or proper representation on tho Inipor
tnnl Rules Commlttco was spoken of
this morning, and it Is not believed
Hint It will bo opposed by either aldo.
Dilder this plan, each Island will
Imvo rcprcsuiilutlou on tho Utiles Com
jnilteo based on the number or dele
gates the Island has In tho convention.
There Is talk that a resolution will bo
Introduced novt Monday morning to
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
Politicians swarmed tho qnblnn In
tho Mauna Kca on tho homewnrd trip.
The transport Logan Is listed to sail
for Manila nt 4 o'clock Sunday after
noon. The bnrkeiitlno S. C. Allen dnnnrluil
for Puget Sound ports yesterday aB-
Tho stonmer Claudlno hns departed
for Maul nnd llnvvnll to return Wed
lllclmrds street wlmrr will soon bo
enclosed lr tho present rnto or con
struction In tnnliitnliied.
' Mndnin I'clo kicked up conslderabld
fuss for Ihe delectation or Ihe Mnuu.l
Kea's returning tourists.
Tho next mail from tho malnlaml
should nrrlvo In the Pnclllc Mall Mon
golla, duo heio Tuesday morning.
Victoria, II. C Is mentioned ns n
liosslblo terminal Tor tho Kojal Mall
Steam Packet Line on the west coast.
The steamer Persia or tho Pnclllc
Mall line, leaving hero next Tuesday
for San Francisco, w III carry the coast
".Ia(k" Young, who has represented
Young Brothers nt Illl-i In tho opera
tion of tbolr launch, Is making n dying
visit to Honolulu,
Cargo from the east couBt of the
United States Is rapidly going out or
mo American hark Fooling Huey, now
nt tho Channel wharL
Several politicians, great and (or)
nenr, vvero Included ntnong departing
passengers In tho Claudlno ror Maul
and Hawaii last night.
A traveling crano with ranarltv fur
vjirtlng fifteen tons, It Is said, will ar
rive lor renrl Harbor In tho American
llnwnllun ficlghler Mexican.
In the opinion of some vvnterf rout
ers, tho now Hlclinrds street vvharr
now Hearing completion would inaku
a dandy nnd cuto little dove-cote.
The old Walakca wharr nt llllo has
been purchased hy C. II. Brown, who
returned In tho Mauna Kca this morn
lug niter attending to tho removal of
With 1000 root liners soon worming
their way through the Panama Canal
en route nrross tho Pnclllc Honolulu
will need n shop-horn to get tho levi
athans Into our congested harbor.
The dear old "spud" of commerce
and Mulllgnn stew, to tho quantity of
100,000 pounds Is to bo included In tho
shipment of stores token by tho Navy
supply ship Olaclcr en routo to tho
Four Irnns-Pnciric liners nro listed
for dispatch from lli port or llouoliilu
on next Tuesday. They are tho Mon
golia Tor Hongkong, Lurline lor Snn
Finnclsco, Hongkong' Mnrn ror Japan
nnd I'cisla ror San Francisco.
Tho veiiernblo and mtichly-ndverlK
ed Alden Ilesso has ngaln been drag'
god rorth rrom decadent and well
eained retirement to llguro as a thrill
ing background for movlng-plcluie
"canned drama." It Is a sad hut over
Mall from Australia should arrive
hero in tho Japanese sleumer Shlnlsu
Mnm, duo to nrrlvo daily, though It Is
highly prohnhlo that tho Colonial post
al olllcluls failed to nvnll themselves
of such a menus or transportation to
the Hawaiian Islands.
Cominodoro Slioud has about react
ed the conclusion that If be accepted
all applicants lor n round trip to tho
Coast in tho jacht Hawaii, ho would
preside over tho destinies of n vessel
which should put to shame a liner of
the size of tho Mongolia or tho Mini
Mull and passengers leaving hero for
Sidney by tho steamer Mnkurn ar
rived nt tho Australian port today.
Tho Matsou Navigation steamer
Wllhelmliin. from San Piuuclsui with
79 cabin and 15 steerage passengers,
oou sacks mall, 20:iii tons cargo, In
eluding 10 autos, will dock nt Hack
teld wharf curly Tuesday morning.
KAHULUr. April 11. Tho Virgin
Inn nrrived from Fort Alton Inst
Thursday noon and stayed until Sat
unlay afternoon, at which tlmo alio
departed for llllo to finish her load of
sugar. While In tho port sho took on
a quantity of sugar nnd discharged a
consignment of rails ror tho railroad
Since tho sailing or tho Virginian
list Saturday there has heen a lull in
shipping circles. The Lurline, II. o
next big sleuuier evpecled, In duo hero
on Pildny morning.
The Kukui cntno Into I ho harbor
Inst Tuesday afternoon on ouo or hei
tours of Inspection of'tho lighthouses.
Tlie new railroad camp, southwest
of tho Kauulia polid, Is being erected
In rapid order and soon will ho icuily
Mr. (I. Iliittit und family huvo moved
Into the house formerly occupied b
Mr. Chas. Aldeu and family The
lit owns hnvo moved Into tho llurat's
Tho K.ister servlco at llio Union
Church was well attended. The audi
torium had been decorated with lilies,
esters, ferns and bamboo. The solo
hy Mr. Hat I ray wfls much applet hiled.
Mr. Judd gave a shoit sermon on
"Tho Messngo of Kasler" from tho
text Horn. 0:4, which was followed
hy llio celebration of tho sacrament
of tho Lord's Supper,
Mr. 1-2. J. Walker lias returned to
bis position in tho I'liuneuo store niter
his recent Illness.
Misses Carol ami Clorlnda Ixivv of
Honolulu, dniighleis or Mr. and Mrs.
12. P. Low, have, relumed to Honolulu
after spending their Faster vacation
ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. 12. J.
Tlie monthly ineeMng nf tho Union
('lunch l2ecutlvo Committee vvui
held nt tho Pursounijo on Monday
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Duffy's Puro Mall Whiskey
the old fsmliy
1 e m e il v will
bring von re
It Is n wonder
ful remedy fo
Ii e r o il n esM,
Klvcx power to the bruin, ir until
nnd elnsllclts to the imicles nml
rkhnexx to tin blood
Sold everyvvheie III SI2AI,I2D
HOTTLF.S ONLY Medical book
let nnd doctor's ndv Ice xent free on
Tho Dully Malt Whiskey Co.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A.
ON HIGH SEAS
Politics fnlrlv xlrhd In saloon and
slnterooin ns tlie gallant luter-lxlaml
IhiKxhlp Mnunn Kea turned lur nose
nwny from the portx of Mi Cregor'sand
Lahalna nnd stunned In the direction
of Honolulu last night
Out (if n large list nf passengers
who hurried nuay fiom the whnir on
arrival this morning, there were none
more nnxloos to get Into the gaum
than forty-four delcgatix who had
heen selected to rt present their Sev
ern I factions at the two polltleal mii
veutliuix to be Iield In tblx (10 on
Tvveuty-elit delegatis (lumen to
stand for the banners of the (band (lid
Parly nt the Orpin urn Theater iiuivdi
tlon are bellev'ed to have been tlie In
centive vvhkh canned n change In thu
reported plans or Messrs. J P Ceiul.e,
It W Breehonx nnd xeviral politi
cians who silently palled uwu fiom
Honolulu on Friday with Maul anil
Hawaii us their destination
Purser Phillips of the Mauna K'e.l
exirulxed u coiislilirable iiniinint nf di
plomacy In the distribution of passen
gers which might assist in 1 1. pio
luiitlun of goeiel fee ling us well ax is
elusiveness. In the llepubllcan eleb'gatlon wlilih
iincheel Honolulu tbls morning win
A I. Mnscx. C, II llltclieeiek. II J
Lyiuiiii. V 12 M Omirlo. N. Nninihor.
C Weatherbee, 12 II Austin. Olio
Itose, J lloheuberg, W II. Ileeix, 12 el.i
Sllva. A M. Cnbrluha, It. K. Nnlpo. II
U llolxteln, 12. 11 Patten. A. J Wil
liamson. J M 1 osx, J F Iiau, M
Fuitndei, W M S. I.liidsny, A Ahmis,
W T Itolilnson, 12. F Delnut. Joe
Freltax, II (louilnexs, II A. luhlwlu.
D Kumnii, C Wlh ox.
Separating the sheep fiom the go its
may not have hee-u xlidi n phax.int
tnsk nx might lie pre sen I However,
fiom mining tho Island polltlelans six
teen Deiniieratx, who are the- regulnr
llecreillte'il ilelrgiitex to the K of P
Hall ceijiventliiu, wire roiiiuUd up, as
followx- Dr A Irwin, II Irwin S W
A Knlelbo.i, D Dwulll.o, S Kam-lia-Una,
J Perlr., T. N Nnlelldiua. It. II
Makek.iu, Jus U Coke T It l.viuii.
S Kuiihi. J W Ilnlemanii, II S Illc
nrd, 11 K Kealil, J M Bright
One of tlie funniest tilings In Hie'
days polllkal h.ippiulngs was lb.it of
u uu slei Ions si ilex ol IiimIuIIoiih go
ing out nun the I'li-nr League- li.-u.l-quailerx
Trustful lueinbiis of llio riear
League mrlveil with sei Inns expeet
uni on Iheir fiKex, were hi long nnd
earnest conniltiitlon with thu Ic.nhix,
und depaileel huh n with iiijsle rious
looking missives All liuiulilex ax to
what thu stir wax about vveie nut
Willi ominous xllenee Chairman A I)
Cooper, with Ihu weight of ii.iIIoiim
resting on blx chalrmanllke l.i ou, e oul.l
hardly hear to speak of the tiling at
nil above a whisper He sal.l It was
nothing of liuportami-, jind still, It was
too huportunt to muke public
Of ioiiiso It wns public the moment
the missives begun reiirlilui; tlielr des
tinations The missive's wire Invitations to the
dele-gates to go lo llalelwa toiuiuiow
for on nil-day Junlietlnc; tilp, tlie I n-ir
leadeis being the hosts.
Vrrj xeeret,very I2vervboel nppar
eutly wax wise hut the luxhliis,
Some ot the delegates, It Is repoiled
now, were overlooked (iitlrelv. bee a us. i
1 1 ivy we-iii known tn be Kiihio nun
mid the I-'rem- folks illdn't want tin in
The program In to take the ih le
gates lo llalelwa mid ke-ep Ibeun as
long nx possible Aflir that If they
dare to vole against the riear Leaaue
-will, It will he up to tin-in
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