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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 27, 1912.
Hawaiian -1'lrM Di.th
I lilr.l !)itie.
AH Tliltlmc marac-em of tar
Order arc cordially lnvltsd to
attend meetlnrs ol local ledfM
WHEN YOU WANT TO
DE MOVED BY MOVER8
" H" CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Meet on the
'.'ml mid llli
nl K. 1'. Hull
7:31) P. 31.
(Additional Shipping on Page 6)
TIDES SUN AND MOON ""?h.?'per Encounlered
9 2V I
10, I -.1
1 ' ' I SI
4 10 R.W OKI
r..si r,u! 0 31
D III '
1.10 Ml! Oil
5 D 111' 0 81
or, jao, 0.8;
710 409, OSV
',S 6 Sell
1'lrnt quarter of the moon April 23
Four inniinttilnous Icebergs uilr' . off
Cme Horn Mere i.ihciI lis tli Punch
li.i'k Plciro Loll, Captain Al'n rcn 'h-
liM Llnntim rocetitlj, white n mute
limn irrdirf tu TtHiipllla mil Port-
jhnid AlthiiiiKh pome distance awn)
It unit Judged that In size encli would
ocix compare fiivorublv with Mount Hood
Weather condition holni! favorable
'""the Hone l.otl completed tho run
I nrouiid tho limn, ftom the Atlantic lo
the I'm lllc, hi seven 1nK, n stretch
of tho passage that Usuallv.occupleH
Till from two tn lx wicks Tor live (H)s
1fi In the South Atlantic tho cnptnlii -mid
nun e-vee-iiuumiiiy oau vveuincr un
i ik-iiuiiii rni uiies continue!! in rniiul
I ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
MrhlM I lOllfiE, .0. 8,
K. of 1'.
?S5i. Moots every 2nd ai
''it v''i " "Iiib at 7
and 4th Satur-
30 o'clock in
cor tort and
lter.iaiila Visiting brothers
cordially United to attend
a r geutz, c c.
r f kilbey, k n. s.
SIERRA HAS TEN LIFE BOATS;
LATE TITANOAD BUT TWENTY
Oceanic Boat Has Accommodation For One Hundred and
Fifty More Than Her Passenger and Crew Capacity
Harpalion Departs for Australia Mauna Kea Brought
Oelitihted Vocano Tourists New and More Powerful
Propeller for Quarantine Launch.
i:cn passenger Bhlp that sails In the Hit of trailers, who numbered
out of this port under the American ""'... ,. ,, ,, .
flag has enough boats mid rafts to ac- . ., Slcrr S3rlIM0 iias uccn
icunmod.ite eery person that the ship spcnt In converting the Sonoma Into
Is Ilteti8(d to larry," said Captain tho up to date steamer that sho now Is
lloudlette of the Oceanic liner Sierra, said to lRive become under tho dlrec'
Ir montlng jesterday on tho tlon of an army of workmen.
equipment of American ships Thoj Jus
conversation of course grevv out of the M shpg Hu,t)e H,0i
terrible disaster of the Tltnnlc ,,() ..hi,,,,!,,,. trclos du Bonl0 mlBl,
u is ine amc-ricui ni ...ui uiii )nK )nst W(,ek n tnkI1B cnro of th(J
flipping laws ie cspociaii) seme u.H!,eIll lil-l are either present In or
iionoi.i'i.i' loiiok, me, . r. o. i:
y.ltOCOIUlU UOURO u
vi ft ii r i1
i r j -.
their hall, on King St.
near Fort, every Friday
evening Visiting Broth
ers are cordially Invited
a r. MrnniY, n n
11 IH VSHKK Sec
OVIIP I.0HCE M). 1, K. of P.
AP, Meets every first and third Frl
F$t day at " 30 o'cIo:k. 1'J thlari
Hall, corner Deretanla and
Fort streets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
S DECKER.. C. C
O HEINE, K. of R &. S.
that noint. and the Inspectors are
uilBlity thmoiigh In their Inspection
1 inn tell )ou that I was pleased when
appoarliig off the port
from many polntx.
The Ilobert Searlcs,
the Inspectors remarked after Bolng fr()m 10 Son,lu wnf) ' arrha, )agt
HA1VAIIA TIIIIJE NO. 1, I. 0. It. 31.
Meets every first and third
Tuesdj) of each month In
Fraternity Hall, I O O F
building VHiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
IIEMIY A ASCII, Sachem
1.01'IS A I'EIUIY, Coin
IIOMMXLl' UIIIIE 110, l ). E.
Meets on second and fourth
Wednesday evening of each
month nt 7 SO o clock. In
K of V Hall, corner Fort
and Berel.inia Visiting hi others an
Invited to atti nd
W.M JO.NKS, W P.
J V ASCII, Secy.
IIOMIU'LI' LODGE M). 800,
L. (). O. II,
will meet In Odd Fellow s' building,
Fort street, near King every Frlda)
evening at 7 30 o clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMI1UO.SE J WIKTZ, Dictator.
K A JACODSON. Secretary
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONC 3088 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
MlHlncry Parlors, Boston Block
Received ax Lurllne, tho very latett
In WHITE SERGE TAILORED
SUITS) alto LINGERIE and LINEN
TAILORED SUITS. Now on display.
66-67.68 YOUNG BUILDING
HIGH - CLAS8 MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
over the Sierra a few months ago that
the considered her to be in the best
all-round tondltlon of utiv steamer
stilling out of the port of San Fr.in
dsco And thev go through everj llt
tln detail of the Bhlp
Novel siuh a fate as that which
the Tltnuli passengeis met could full
to the lot of passengers on an Amer
ican ship The Bhlp might meet dis
aster but there would ulvvajs be
mough boats und rafts to carry all
the passengers, ahd the crew as well.
The present British law Is one that
has not been changed since a ten
thousand-ton ship vvus the biggest
"There b another point our coun
tr has niado for the Rafety of the
travelling public about which tho
foreigners have been making a great
roar but I guess they 11 quit after this
After July 1, every Bteamer that car
ries passengers to or from an Amer
ican part must be equipped with u
storngo batters (hat will carry tho
wireless Independently of tho usuiil
source of electrical suppl from the
fehlpx motors 'lhat guarantees the
wlieless will be working after everj
lire in the ship is out and over motor
"Fnfortunatolv we havent mail)
ships under our Mag hut vou (an bunk
on It that tlie passengers carried on
oil! ships are bettei piotectod than
those Hailing under any other tlag
The Titanic disaster was awful It
ought to lesult In laws against the
high speed and also to prevent ships
taking the noithern routu across the
Mlantic when ho is known tu be in
'The recoid shows that tho olllters
of tho Titanic knew they wero ap
proaching Ice, and knew Just about
what time thev would meet It I
don't see any record of the ship Blow
ing down lou can bet your life that
I would not run a ship with thousands
of women and children on board
through the fog and toward Ice at full
speed, whether the owner vvns on tho
bildge or not. A captain is respons
ible for overy llfo on board nnd It Is
up to him to protect them, If he has
to quit his Job when ho reaches port,
and get no thanks for his courage "
Regiments Come Sailing Home.
'1 hat the United States Army trans
ports passing through Honolulu en
routo from Manila to San Francisco
no to bo crowded to tho limit with
olllccrs, civilians and troop piissen
gers Is the prediction now freely made
at this port At tho beginning of tho
new tlscul year on July 1 tho proposed
reorganization of tho Philippine) divi
sion of tho Arm j will have been com
pleted There will remain to garrison
the Islands two regiments of cavalry
and four of Infantry a reduction by
one half of tho number of reglmentB
now maintained there However, thoso
remaining villi bo iccrultcd up to full
war strength, which will give them
practically tho same number of rlfleB
as the twolvo regiments now have.
Tho movement homeward already has
begun. The Fourteenth Cavalry and
Third Infantry are now en route to the
United States, tho Twcnty-tlrst Infan
try embarked fiom Manila April IS,
the Second Cavalry and Nineteenth
Infant rj are to omhark on May in and
me Bixin ana mo Nimii mrantry on
luno 1ri, This movement is in lino
with the proposal to keep permanent
leglmentH In tho Philippines, changing
niily the olllccrs, whoso terms of duty
I will bo Increased to three years. A
list or olllcerH Is being Hindu at tho
War Department, and those having tho
least foielgn service will bo the first
picked for dut) away fiom tho States
lo lilt vacancies as they occur.
The Noeuti has been placed cm the
bertli for departure foi Kauai poits
Several Spanish nnd PortiiEiiCBP Im
migrants snlled for Kauai ports lasti
evening In the steamer Hall
llilnglng passengers nnd gcneial
niccexsion for (lie dns, buffeting the "no of Products from Kauai, tho In-j
windjammer nround most unmercirul- tcr-lslnnd steamer Klnnu Ib due to ar-J
Iv but she iminnRed tn esenne nn- rlvo at all eaily hour tomorrow morn-'
icnthed from the clutch of the storm l,8
Shlnyo Maru an Early Arrival Tuel oil and pioducts for the local
Monday. ' branch of tho Standard oil Compaiij
The Tojo KlRi'ii Knlsha liner Shin nie duo to nrilve here In the American
vo Mnru, fiom Manila by the way of stenmei Maverick on or about May
Hongkong and tho Jnpancso ports. Is 'h.
expected to arrive olT port early Mou- The Bteamer Claudlno In Balling for
(InV mnrnlnir. nneniillnL. In nn nnritrrnM, f..i 1 ,t m ... ....
HI 1.0 Hailed, April 20, night S S. received nt tho agency of Cnstlo & curried a numbei of novvlv ni rived lin-,'nB,-C.ta.8ilS,nCiJB.
r..r !.?VV'!!K. T1-. S'"' ""I"""8 ' ? " take up woik on
....., ....... .. .. .. , , ,, ..,,, ,,K ,.uu ,UIIH uriLiuni various Biigar estates
cargo and li.l steerage passengers for (Wain Chris llvdo. .ntr f n,
!,,,J'?.r.t...1 LV .'. ,0.".rpR0"t "c"l?n only "deep sea going" tug Intrepid.
io uusj.muii mo liner lor anil irancis 11IH uccn enj()i,, iirPr but vie II
r'n!n,r,.nbrt 1 f6" f Tnosdav eared Micatlon 'lu m be Ek a
kea wharf his post bj thn first of the week
"lie oivvtllllfl II1UU IJUIIUI. IIUI11 Of
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to .Mrrclinnts'
Saturday, April 27.
Port Son I.tils
Sailed, April 21, schr Spokane, for
MONTEUEY Sailed, April 20, S S
Win F. Herrln, for Honolulu.
KUHEKA Arrived, April 27, bktn.
M. Wlnklemann, htneo April 4
TACOMA Sailed, April 27. schr He
pent, fur Honolulu
POUT IUCIIMON1) - Sailed, April 20
S. S Maverick, for Honolulu.
8HINYO MAUI! Will dock nt Ala-
kea wharf Monday about 8 n in.
from Yokohama with 122" tons cai
go and sail for San Francisco Tues
day, 1) a in.
1I1I.ONIAN Will arrlie from Seal
tic Tuesday morning
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hats
Sundav- and went to tho railway wharf
to illstlinigu on Thursday. Tho Amer
ican tanker Lansing had fuel oil for
the Hawull port and spout a portion
of Tuesday nnd Wednesday there In
the dlschargo of tho oil Tlio Lansing
failed Wednesday noon for tho
Coast. The schooner Spokane was a
departure from the port on Tuesday,
but owing to unfavorable winds did
not succeed in getting clear of the bay
before the following day. Tho schooiv
er Patterson was discharging lumber
lit railway wharf at the time of de
parture of tho Mauna Kea for Hono
lulu Tho Matson Navigation Bteamer
Enterprise for San Francisco was to
have sailed on last Friday evening,
taking n fow passengers and a cargo
of sugar. The American ship John
Ena was to be given the first of n
large sugar shipment today.
David Evans Had a Close Call.
The schooner David Evans, which
not mum onrn ago was n regular vis
Iter at Honolulu, and from hor mast
head was proudly cllsplaved the Stars
and Snipes, appears to have more
than a IIoii'h shaie of troubles since
Hie change of ownership and colors
The David Evans 1h now sailing under
British reglstr. The vessel but re-;
ceiitly vvns towed from the Itonl
Heads to Vnncouver In distress, hall
lug from Osaka, Japan On tho voyage
acrnsH the Paclllc the vessel met with
n storm which resulted in tho snap
ping or cnroliig away of every gaff.
( nptaln Saunders fluallv resorted to
oil In order lo save a porllnu of his
Honolulan Back Sunday Morning.
The Matson Navigation steumer Ho
nolulan Is due to arrive at this port
tomorrow morning after having ills
charged four hundred tons geueial
mainland cargo and taken on u mum
tlty of Biigar. The Honolulan will sail
lor San Francisco at 10 o'clock next
Wednesday morning, taking 8000 tons
sugar besides quantities of other Ha
waiian products. A fair list of passen
gers to tho Coast have already been
booked at the otllce of Castlo A. Cooke,
The Honolulan sails from Hackfeld
According to report brought by Pur
ser Phillips of the Inter-lsinud steam
er Mauna Kea, an arrlvul from llllo
nnd way ports this morning, tho fol
lowing sugar is awaiting shipment on
Hawaii Olau 30,9 30, Walakea 22,000,
Hawaii Mill r.000, Hllo Sugar Co. 1100.
Onomea 27,418, Pepeekeo 12,000, I lo
ll o mil 10,1100, Hakalaii 24,000, Laupa
hochoe 21,000, Kalwikl 10,500, Kukulaii
P 4014 M 3298, Hamnkna Mill 20,000,
Paauhau 10,000, Honokaa 9C00, Kukul
hacle 7000, Punaluu 13,700, and Honii
npo 547J sacks.
The Hookworm Invades Tacoma.
Tacoma, Wash , does not nccord tho
hookworm a vory enthusiastic wel
come and, lnfact, actlvo steps are be
ing taken to regulate tho entry of pas
sengers from Oriental portB who are
alleged to possess this insidious para
site, Tho declaration Is made by Ma
rino Hospital medical officers that ful
ly 2." per cent, of the steerage passen
gers arriving at Sound ports are af-
toclcd to u greater or less extent with
Samoans Rejoice at Costly Copra.
TUTl'ILA, Sumon, via San Francis
co SamoaiiB will receive this year
for copra 4 V4 cents a pound, the high
est price j-vcr paid. Thirteen jears
ago, before the Stars and Stripes float
i'il over tho harbor of Pagopago, tiad-
eis gavo from Jl cent to 1 cent a
They Surely Hustled Andy.
Thoso San Francisco BteVedorcs are
sure Bonio hustlers If the ncxoiiiits
now and Ihen wafted down from the
Golden Gate can be taken as authen
tic. Tho schooner Andy Mahony Is
credited with discharging 7110,000 feet
of lumber In thlrtv three hours at San
nama It Is stated that twenty soveiiFrnnclsco lecentlv. which is consider.
Pacific Coast cities were lepresenttded small work foi a sailing veBsel.
find the strength and ht.illh giving
qualities that lire bo necessary to
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
It Is a safe and
sine leuiidy for
all Ilia peculiar to
women It acts
directly on the
vital organs, slim
ulatlng them to
aids digestion mid
'1 he Hiiffv .Hull
llnihesli r, N.
i I'. !S. .
Saturday, Apill 27.
Hllo via wnv ports Mauna Kea,
stmr , n m.
Frldav, Apill 20.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlno,
I stmr , K p.m.
Kauai ports W O. Hall, stmr, 1
Per etmr. Mnunn Kea, from llllo via
vvny ports, April 2, Miss Ehrliorn,
-. InMli. 1.nl. n- ,. 1,1. , 1..... .... .1,
m....... i-- k . e r. . I "" vw. nn iiiiuuei iui vjiuiii
Mauna Kea Met Some Rough reached Hoynl Roads, B C. on March
weatner. . i,attered bv liurrlrnmw nnd innb.r
ino usual nraiHi or sticiiuous vvea- i..-.. ....i.i..- .1...1. , . ... ... .rra p. r. n.irbv. Mm .1 s it,n.i
''fns ciiroilntcred olT Lai.pohbehoo aml 0,.nvRo damaged She wlll''-M Campbell, Mrs. Post. M(ss
Mm irl ' n,cr;lB,",1"1 ,Lamer probably enter ESqulmalt drydock frl 'nmi.be 11. Mrs Campbell, Miss II.
Mauim Ken oft that port. 'I he liner re- repairs Wolfonl, Miss Cossols, Miss J. lone.,
turned to Honolulu this morning villh ,,. ,,, ,, .,, , Miss II llrewer, Miss Vnnderllp, It.
a fair list of cabin nnd deck passen ""!' '"J"8" E Kni,i?n ,, nr Guocfel.lt and wife. Miss A IlrUer.
gers. A small freight vvns received. '"" ,0 ' f, lll T"J,,Klsen ,Kn 8,ia, ,lm'! Mrs. I III llroncr, Jas I) Coyle and
Purser Phillips reports rough weather ' '" ,'"rc,rl? ?' ' "V "el,?, Tv &' ai"ni Hernitonn von IW
In crossing the channel with strong ,0 H'1 ,t,r tho Jnpairoso company. I , leI1.TfImnimi v. 0sorlo. .1. P Per
winds blowing nt Mahuko.iu and Mc- t,lc I'red 't Ion Is made Uiat tils com ' ", ' ''' ', '
Gregors. I'n' '" " forced by tho lapancso ,.,", A II .1 1 II U 'nie W P
" . ,i, ........, m , r,.u.:... .1 i.. .. , .1... taig, a 11. .loues, ic. u .nue, vv 1 .
3 r.V.V"" ",V"' "''"'"" "'""" " (;.,0. 1U ,,.n iilnl. II. K. nisi,,,),. !
Irmgard Carried Sugar.
Tho harkentlue Irmgard carried 18,
000 sacks sugar when despatched from
Mahukonn for San rrnncisco on Inst
Saturduy, according lo reports recelv
ed lipro today With the arrival of
the Inter-Island stenmer Mauna Ken,
Irom Hllo and way ports this morning,
It was learned thut the Kululanl was
sighted off Papaaloa, en routu to Hllo
The Wallole was discharging sugni
Into the Enterprise nt llllo Thu Wal
lole will return to Honolulu tomorrow
while tho Helcne, now nl Ookalu, will
bo un arrival here on next Wednes
A largo amount of lumber Is In
cluded In tho cargo to at rive from San
Fraticsco nnd Puget Sound ports In
the Mntson Navigation steamer Hllo
nlau, due hero early next Tuesday
The vessel Is bringing lfi7fi tons gen
prill cargo for Honolulu For Kaliiilul
there are 348 tons freight and 52,124
feet lumber: Port Allen, 371 tons of
fetght and f7,2M feet lumber; Hllo,
310 tons freight and 82,!47 feet lum
ber; nnd Kaannpall, 42 tons freight.
Tho Hilonlan will berth nt rnilwav
wharf and will receive an early des
patch fur Island ports.
Fuel oil to the amount of six hun
dred tons Is required by the lupaucsc
liner Ten.vn Maru, which Is due to ar
rive at Honolulu en route to Japan
and, China porticurly Tuesday morn
The Tenvo Mnru will berth at the
Hackfeld wharf according lo tho pros
cut Intentions of Castle & Cooke, her
ugeuts A number of Japauohe and
Chinese are booked for passage to Hie
Orient In this vessel.
I VI. ..',.. Vliu.,11 t..lul.n .. I. .... 1... .......
New and Faster Propeller. I ,,, nI1y Anglo Saxons 01 , vessels ' ,,ol,I""' P.' "lckK; ,W " Mn' AV'
A new and fnster 1110110 er s tn be ,.r n..,i. n. ... i,-...i.i i T. Havvllns, .1. S. C'nliarlo nnd w4fp,
filled to tho reientl) acquired, nibtor- Ul,.nl meeting of the hoaid of illicit "' V,- lllclJH- A; " 1!!'l?,1,""'r,, M' ''"
U...I-.. .luiiiniiiiiH-luiinin i-eiicnn 1 ins orB In Yokohama, urged Hint while of " , , .
uw.ii.iib ni- iiiiu-u ninies iign.iiouse nrpra be lelnlni-d, declaring th.it pas-
endcr Ivukiil went alongside tho HCII(.er tralllc would fall nlT If they
lnuiich and. rasllng the craft, deposit- er tken nwo from thn responsible
ed It oil the quarantine wharf, where positions
ine uinuiiiiiiiiiii 111 11 Intnl. poworilll
screw will be effected.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Milton k P.iisons rieelvoi!
II It Wnssiiuiii,
Hov K. Mitsui, F Laiks, F May, II.
SnllToii, II. L. Holstelu, (', Kulhor,
T Morlmoto mid son, I) Kcllllulooli',
C P lb ide, W Vldn. W. Kohololcnl,
All Moon, Mrs. Weildlcl. .1 Holt. Mm.
Kniiliakou mid child, la- F. Hackfeld,
Ins Kennedy nhd wife, A 11 Kenue
d. .1. K Kenned), II MiCuhblii, II.
Delta r, W. Iliaiuo, W T Frost,
Tobrlner, Mrs. S. W Ledeier M
(i)lm, S Mnsukl, I Yuiuiimolo,
seaman, has roieiwoou, uia inuK.ini .11111 sou.
hhlp IMwnid !' Vlckeis, O. T. Whitehead, J
Noeau In with Sugar.
SlilpuiPiitM of sugar to thn nmotiut.
of 3IS0 sacks mid 731 sacks rise wen. hats and shnpps bv the Slen.i
Included In the list of height brought '' "lock Is now 011 dlsplii)
to tills poit horn Knual In the stealu i.owam niiiiivun,
er N'nnim Tin. nuunl niol ..III, ,,,.rll, (II 1 Slllt llglllllSt till)
east wind and rough season tho home ". claiming J3O.00O foi liijuiles llartcls,
wnrd o.vuge llio ollliere leport T.OO r,l',vi!" ""!'. wu"l",F "", l",Mr!1 . J , ,7771 ...T r-.,'. ,
saeks sugar awaiting shipment nt Kl 'llnln 1'll,' ,,f the ilirlcnl stall LOCAL AND GENERAL
inPIli of the road department has beenj '-"- """ "ul"-" "-
w .giiiiiiou ii 111 uioiiiiiH viicaiiou ue t til l
' miv IIikiiilIi iiitlmt f,f n ntntiirltv fnn.
Harpalion Off for the Antipodes. 1 .1,,,, r .1,.. Hoard. Muiinv oiinosod "li'Khniii will take plan- tnd.i)
Ilifoii! 11 o'clock this innrnliii: tho n,., ,,.,,n,. ,1. , i.,ri,, 11, .,1 iu ...ii, o'eloek fiom Williams
iuhi 11110 nun neon iasi 011 ine iiriiisn hi.i1 a bad precedent I'.ui'nn.
iut-iiiiiHiiii iiiiiianuil illlil llllll vessel Pin.liii.t. V htleluilih,. Ins twitlllnill .louir,- rinu-ii n line-.
. FIRE TRUCKS
Kalmukl residents, mid tlioso along
tho streets to ,Kulmul,l, will si n the
now auto trucks fur the lire depart
ment on display tomorrow The truths
are to bo tnken out King strut,
through Kuplolunl Park, to Port lin
ger und tiionee to Wllhiluiina Itlso,
where un ascent nnd diseont will he
made, the liniint lie'Rlnuiiig uliout
set her course through the channel u,,, iar, that lie will be lead) with J0111" ,(1, ''.is taken out his iiileiitlnn
VdJ." 'J'." ,ll,,','Ul0." f ,s,,,u'- N. , plans and speclilcatlons for the rev! ''""r'8 i"n "'lS '"'"' "l Tjmu""-
The Iluiiial on brought llfleeii bun. phi.iklng of Queen street bridge over M"U.,"B' "lUI''v ,. .. . . ,
.1 ii-ii i.ii.iiikii ins uiiii ii-coivei 11 inor- N',mnmi ntnain ns soon as the Teirl-
ougi 1 Kiiiioii neioro neing ins- ,rIal ,.,,,, roinp(.,. t,elr woik
patched foi tho southern continent. f tnlllsiK a H.inltnr sown
"t Thn Outdooi Cliclo of tho KllohniM
Mauna Kea Freight. 'Art League has been granted the koi
a sinmi iieigni nrrivou Horn iinwall ,iC(. (1f a snuad of nrlsoners to nsslst
The case of the United States
Geoige Otitis, all old opium smug
gling matter, was nolle prossed this
inoinlng Curtis has been In J ill for
Tiie (lovei 1101 Ibis morning up-
norttt In tin, lnf..r luliu.i , .1 , ... . . . . proven a i iiauge 01 u.iiue 01 nov 1 1,111-
pons 111 ine inior isianu in the nlaiillng of cocoanut trees ahum , . ....... . ....... ... .
". 1 1 . . I " '! I IU .-SIMllll III IVlTIIV tlll1III Villlllll
hienmor .vinunn iea tins morning n nnMimi of ivnlni.nun n ti-
Among the Itoins were n quulitlty of matter has been brought lo tho atlen
empty bmrels. casks and drums. 0 ,()I1 r tho Board of Supervisors
ciates chickens. 2(1 hacks of lilies, old Hlshop Libert has entered coinplalnl
lonpor, 14 (rates carrots, 7 bales hides. nll011t ,), eondltlon of n portion id Ka
li pieces or hardwood lumber, 20 colds IMI r(Mll lUh in , i,s Is at iliuih
wood, and Pi. iiackagos sundries. Impassable Attention of tho City aim
County fntheiH hns been colled in tin
The Intel Island steamer l.lkellke, l,giwn Tho suggestion is made t lull
which lotuiued lioiu Kuual polls )es-a hill bo cut down to n belter guide
tcrdav with 'mm sacks sugar, brought and severnl largo holes bo lllled with
P Schmidt nud S Spltzci as piissen broken rock.
,;,'IH I An Hawaiian named Hull was this
" inoinlng sentenced to two months lui-
'lheaoht Hawaii went on the mar- prlsonment on u cluiigo of sti tiling
Ine rallwaj this mornliig for a clean- mal fiom thn navy heuii Doiuitv
lug mid ovciliniillug.
Tho American ship Anno, reienll)
purchased bv tho Alaska Paikeis' As
snciatloii from tho Standard Oil Com
pany, has been chartered b) tho Gov
Fnlted States Dlstilit Attorney Bit
ting stilted that he rimoniheied pros
ecuting lliill beforo 011 11 chargo of
stealing twentj-toui bags from tlib
Paclllc Mall heap
A report received b the Depart
me lit of Common o and Labor from
eminent tn load lonl In May at Nor
folk for tho Coast. The ships Aryan Yokohama sas that when the Pminmn
nnd Diilgo nro already en routo for Canal Is opened It Is probable that 0110
Bremerton with Government coal or more of the three largo Japaneso
cargoes. 'I ho Dlrlgo, owned by tho steamship loinpnnlos Nippon Yusen
Sowalls of Maine, will, on hir arrival Knlshn, Too Klsen Kalsli.i and Osa
nt Snn Piandseo, be equipped with ka Shoscn Knlslia will either ostend
o'clock Much Intirt-st Is taken in this nn auxiliary engine In anticipation of their present Aincrlrn-Japiin Hongkong
font Returning, the tiuiks will mine the inireaso In Intoi const business on service 01 establish new Hues to tho for the new Union school that Is to
back to the city by Berttanlii nviiiue. the completion of the Canal Atlantic seaboard. bo built.
comes hum Pe.irl ll.uhtir, when ho
Is well known
Clt nnd Count) Engineer While
house has been granted now onglueei
lug Instruments to the value of $1 ST
"0 Action was taken toward the pm
i ill. 10 of Hie Kiilne last evening.
I.iitilicitus 11 VlhH r of Holland was
this iiioiiilug mule a iltL-en of the
Unitid Slates On nusvwl to Attcu
iie Hitting he stated tliat lie would
light against Holland If necessai)
M.iiu 'lopit.i, one of the Russians
M'lc.iHcd 11 low divs iigo by Hie iiiuui
grutlou authoiitloB, has taken out liis
Intention papois lie Is th!it)-thi(
)iars old mid wits hoin at Nokolsk,
The tuberculosis exhibit which is
now istabllslied nt tho Ccnti.it (I1.1111
iiuii school will be opi n to Hie piihllo
eveiy nllonioon and at uiglits On
luxt I'l Ida) nlglit Di Sim lair will
give a tulle explaining tho various
Deputy Attorne) General Aithur (I
Smith stilted this inoinlng that h
hoped to bo able to at quite the Mason
pioptrty In Hllo without condemn 1-
tioii procic dings The silo Is waiitid
Sonoma Carried Distinguished t
The Oceanic sleamshlp Sonoma, iiih
011 which a fortune hns been expend
ed In converting Into a thoroughly
modern liner, sailed from San "Fran
eifceo this week with a very distin
guished list of passengers who aro
bint on seeing first-hand tho tremeii
clous work being accomplished nt Pa-
W. C. PEACOCK & COMPANY, LTD.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant near Fort Street
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