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II lulii-'Ililril llignc.
Honolulu Cluiiir, !. , II.
II. . I'millie.
lligiihir, ." ii. in.
Oceanic Siroml DigrcT.
1.(1 Miilm Cluiptir No. :i. (I.
L. s, Regular.
AH Tliltlna mtmt)r ol t
Order tr cordially InvltH te
attend aeetlnri ot local ItdtM
31 (ot on tin
'.'nil and 4th
nt K. 1'. Hull
7::m P. .11.
TO. MchlM.IIl I.UIMIK, M). 8,
K. of P.
Mi't'tR cverv 2nd nnd 4th Sattir-
l-l.lii uiaiilniF t 7 '111 ', 1 rtr In
Ml -- B " yv.-v.. ...
'K of 1' Hall, cor Fort and
Uerctiilii i Visiting brothers
cordislly Invited to attend
a r aniiTZ. c c.
I v KILBF.Y. K n. S
IIOMII.ULI I.ODflE, CI8, U. 1'. 0. 1.',
. Honolulu Lodge No C1C,
n H O Klks, meets In
their hall, on King St
near Fort, every Friday
eenlng visiting Broth
crs nro cordially Invited
A 1 Ml'IU'HY r. n
11 Dl NSlIIIi:, Sec
OAIIU J.0IH1K M. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day at 7 30 o clock, 1') til Ian
I Hall, corner lleretnnht and
Fort streets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
1 A IIUVKIVH C C
o hi isi. k c.r u ,t s
HAN Aim 'I111HK M). 1, 1, o. it. M,
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall, 1 0. O 1
building Vhitlng brothers
cordially Invited to attend
HENRY A ASCII. Sachem
LOUIS A PERRY, C. of II
iiooi,ri.r .until: no, r. o. k.
"Jffy Meets on second and fourth
fcC Wednesday evening of each
.Pti mouth at 7.10 o clock, in
K of P Hall, co tier Fort
nnd Ueretnnla lsltlng brothers .no
Invited to attend
M .10NKS, W P.
J W ASCII, Secy.
noNoi.n.u mhhji: m. soo,
i (). o. m,
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7 30 o clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMiIROSIJ J Willi Z, Dictator.
i: A. JAl'OIISON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
Just rece-ind e-x Sierra latest In
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS and LINGERIE GOWNS.
ROOMS 66-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL
WIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON & PARSON8
PHONE 3088 FORT S1HEET
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Milllnsry and Man's Hats
(Additional Ship ping on Page 6)
INTO HAWAHNOW PREDICTED
Representatives Said to Have Visited Field With View of Es
tablishment of Plant and Steamer Service Front Will
Partially Assume Lively Aspect on the Morrow with Two
or More Arrivals Lurline Away For Maui to Gather
Is Han all net soon to be Invaded by
the Itoal Dutch''
Lest this solemn query be consider
ed in the light of a deep, dark hint
towards a militant descent upon this
mid Pacific haven of peace and plenty,
let It bo said thnt thu "Rojnl Dutch"
means the Roval Dutch Shell Oil S)n
dlcate, with extensive oil holdings In
t.ivn and the Par Hast, which concern
is now obtaining a firm foothold on
the Pacific Coast.
The presence of two prosperous ap
pearing businessmen In Honolulu with
in the past two weeks, who have been
recognized as large oil magnates on
the Coast, has lent strength to the be
lief that a rival to the existing fuel oil
companies Is planning to enter this
Ihe actions ot the businesslike vis
itors while here have been such as to
Indicate that the) did not cross tho
two thousand miles of Pacific water
for the sole purpose of en jo) lug tho
matchless climate of Hawaii, or Ho
nolulu In particular '
Ii was learned this morning that a
quiet investigation was pursued about
Ihe possibilities for handling fuel oil
nt this port Guarded Inquiry was
made concerning available lands near,
the waterrront at Die Hwn, or Kallhl,'
end of the harbor. The almost total
nbsenco ot brass hand methods em I
plo)ed by the duo, who were for tho
most pnit Inseparable during their
brief stay here, caused more flian pass
One who has followed tho fuel oil'
game as pla)ed in these Islands made
dm statement this morning that tho
Royal Dutch petroleum outfit has spent
a little more than a )ear gaining its
present foothold on tho Pacific Coast
unil It Is oul) a matter of a short time
until the company will havo In opera
tion a fleet of steam tankers. Tho plan
Is to light the Standard In Its own
tcrrltnr) nnd the battle will bo ono to
the last ditch Tho Standard lias but
recent 1 begun a trans Pacific service
In Hawaii with the last few trips of
Ihe Maverick. I
"Havo )ou noticed," said a local bus
inessman who Is Inclined to the be-
lief that a rival oil coinpan) may )et
enter tho Held, "that tho Ro)al Dutch
Is extremely busy on tho Coast7 Just
beforo my return from San Francisco
tho eompaii) mndo application for per
mission to liullil tanks nnd to con
struct and maintain a plpo lino on tho
waterfront at San Pedro for loading
vessels with Its products. Tho nppll
cation was made by the Indian Oil Ru
nning Company, which Is a represeu
lathe of the Royal Dutch. The South
ern Pacific has granted a site to this
company on tho bluff at tho end of tho
lioverument's breakwater for a mari
time loading station.
"Another thing not to lose sight of
in this matter Is the fact that the lat
est development Is the purchase by
J C Van Kck of a block of land In tho
business center of Seattle, and the
construction of tanks and warehouses
on the shore of Lake Union. A distrib
uting H)stem for tho city is also being
planned Tho Shell Royal Dutch stor
age plant at Richmond bench, on I'u
l,ut Sound, Is being rapidly pushed to
completion nnd will be ready for busi
ness lu a few months."
1 he opening of tho Panama Canal,
It lu believed, will prove an Incentive
for still more fuel oil companies to
entci the Hawaiian territory. Hono
lulu, It is piedlcted, will yet become
a large fuel station for many passenger
and cargo-carriers. An Increased lino
of sail and steam tankers will be re
Sparks from the Wireless.
Wireless messages from liners pro
ceeding to the Islands received last
ovenlng Include the following
P M S 8. Persia, en route from San
Francisco, May 9, 8 p in 402 nilleB
off Arrive Honolulu C 30 a m Satur
day M N S S Wllhelmlna, en routo
from San FranclBco, Ma 9, 8 p. m
1G39 miles from Honolulu, 83 cabin, 4G
ctecragu passengers. 111" sacks mall.
bherman Will Be Much Delayed.
A delay of several das Is predicted
In the arrival of the United Slates Ar
in) transport Sherman, which vessel
has sailed from Kan Francisco and is
piosiimahly at Poitlnnd, Oregon, em
barking headquarters and enlisted men
ot tho let Infantry Tho Sherman
should arrive hero not later than May
20th, ntcordlng to present calcula
The troopship. It Is bellowed, will
make an extended atop at Honolulu.
covering it period of between thrco and
four da)s Tho vessel vvill take on
considerable coal and there Is a quan
tity of enrgo nlso to bo loaded that is
being' brought down from San Fran
cisco In tho Wllheliulnn.
Tho transport will berth at Alakea
as well as at tho railway wharf, at tho
JAS. H. LOVE
latter place to discharge the effects
and Btippllcs of the 1st Infantry These
are to bo loaded onto tho railway cars
for transportation to barracks.
Wllhelmlna to Alakea Wharf.
For tho second time In her history
the Matson Navigation steamer WI1
helmlnn will berth at Alakea wharf on
nrrlval from Sail Francisco next Tues
rim Wlllii.lmlnn la rminrln,! no
' bringing about 600 tons United States
quartermaster supplies In tho 28SS
tons freight for discharge at Honolulu.
Ihe quartermaster supplies will bo
transferred to the transport Sherman
on arrival here, which vessel Is en
mute to Manila.
Tho .Wllhelmlna wns heard from
b) radiotelegraph last evening while
steaming at a distance of 1C19 miles.
The report states that the vessel has
83 cabin and 46 steerage passengers,
Hllo cargo amounts to 1211 tons. In
eluded In Honolulu freight are live an
lomobllcs, whllo eight machines aro
destined for Hllo. Mall to the amount
of 3ft" sacks Is duo to arrive by this
vessel, l.lglity packages express mat
tor are nlso aboard. The Wllhelmlna
goes to tho I;vva sldo of Alakea wharf.
Morse Can Point with Pride.
Oenernl Freight Agont C. P. Morso
of tho American Hawaiian lino can
point with pardonable pride to the fa'
cllttles offered at tho port of Honolulu
l lor the speedy handling of sugar.
I In tho ofllco of Mr. Morso there Is
exhibited a largo photograph showing
llio American-Hawaiian freighter -Vir
ginian at her berth at railway wharf.
wmio alongside tho huge vessel aro
five Inter-Island steamers each dis
charging a qunnttty of sugar Into tho
spacious holds of tho freight carrying
Tho claim Is made that local Btovo
dores sent 47.0S2 sacks sugar from tho
wharf and the small steamers into tho
Virginian between tho hours of eight
In tho morning nnd four lu the after
noon, on thu occasion of the last visit
or the Virginian ut Ibis port,
Barge Launched at Noon Today.
Tho largo bargo built for McCnbo,
Hamilton a itenny, local stovedores
at tho shipyards of tho Inter-Island
steam .Navigation Company, as exclu
flvcly noted In the Hill lot In. was
successfully launched at noon today.
Tho ceremony If such It might be
termed, was attended b) a number of
snippingmen as well as representatives
Irom tho builders.
The barge is a tlno pleco of work,
there being nothing but full lengtn
tlmbei of prime quality used In Its
construction. It hns n capacity of 300
tons coal or cargo. .There Is ample
spaco for freight ns well as fuel, spo
clal compartments being fitted for tho
segregation of cargo. The craft was
sent into tho water from a slide near
the marine railway.
The following wireless message has
been received by tho agents of tho 8.
S. Wllholmlnn, bound for Honolulu:
S. S. Wllhelmlna, May 9, 8 p in.
1C39 miles from Honolulu; flno wenth
or; all well. For Honolulu 83 cabin
pnssengers, 40 steerage passengers,
3ft7 sacks mall. 80 W. F. X. matter, ft
automobiles, 288G tons cargo. For HI
lo: automobiles, 1211 tons cargo
Ship docks at the Alakea wharf
Tuesday morning, Mny 14.
Klnau Returning with Sugar.
The Inter-Island steamer Klnau, due
to return to port enrly Sunday morn
ing from Kauai ports, will bring 7000
sacks sugar, according to advices re
ceived at tho ofllco of the Inter-Island,
Tho steamer Iwalanl Is also expected
on the samo date with Kauai sugar to
the amount of 4000 sacks and COO bags
Noeau an Arrival Today.
Today's arrivals Included tho Inter
Island steamer Nooaift from Kaunl
ports with 4000 sacks sugar. Accord
ing to report brought by her officers,
tho vessel met with fine weather go
lug nnd returning from tho Garden Isl
I'm lilt- Hull Oilli.rs Demi.
Word of the deuth of two mon who
havo been prominent In tho servlee or
tho Pacific Mull Steamship Company
for years has been received They aro
George W Maxwell, formerly purboi I
und lutely agent foi (he Pacific Mall
at Acapulco, and A II Heney, who1
held tho position of purser on various1
vessels of tho company's fleet for ten'
yi'nra or more Honey, who was u'
cousin of Francis J Heney, died ut i
his homo In Oakland. Maxwell con
tracted appendicitis at the Mexican
port where ho wub on duty und ob
tained leave to go to his home ut Keo
kuk, Iowa, whero he died.
lIM,c ...., ..... ..
i uiw-oun jnu muun
ii ii r,!i
I 40 6 SI
111 6 3.1
6.14 t. 32
lilt 623 C1I
Till T40 f,3ll 0.131
l.nft quarter of the moon Mn) 8
Temperature 0 a m
72, 10 n m, 72, noon,
Cft, 8 n. m,
Inst night, 05
Wind 0 u. m velocity 4, direction
N;8n m , velocity 7, direction N K ;
10 n in , velocity 8, direction 8 ; noon,
velocity 12, direction tt
Total wind movement for past 24
hours, 194 miles,
llnrometer ut 8 n m, 30 00; dew
point nt 8 a in, ft1), relative humidity,
8 a. m, 66; absolute humidity, S u
Total rainfall during past 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable lo .Merchants'
Friday, May 10.
HONOIPU Arrived, May 8, schr.
Muriel, from 8an Francisco
HILO Sailed, Ma) 9, S S llllonlnti,
for San Frnndsco
MUKILTHO Sailed, Mav 9, schr.
Carrier Dove, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Mav 10, S. S.
Tenio Maru, hence April 30
S-tlled. May lfl.i
1-30 p. m S S
Korea, for Hono-
Pirsl.i to Take Mmh I'nal.
Five hundred and II My tons coal is
to be supplied the Pacllle Mull steam
er Persia during her sta) nt this port
The Persia Is expected to arrive from
San Francisco at an tally hour to
morrow morning It Is the present
Intention to disp.ileh the vessel for
tho Far Cast at ft o'clock hut tho load
ing of a quantlt) of fuel inuy delay
tho departure until the following
morning. The Persia In lugs no cargo
for this port. A few passengers are
hooked for the Uast In tho Vessel
Setvnll Iteiiel) fur hen.
Tho big Red Stuck tug Jlercules Is
reudy to take a line from the Ameri
can ship Edward Sewull today
tow the windjammer tu Kohulul. The
Sownll has been supplied with sugar
ballast, and will complete enrgo of
sugar nt the Maul port The Sewall
and her cargo Is bound fur Delaware
Ilreakwater, where Captain Quick will
receive latest orders
Smaller Vessels for Philippine
The cableshlp Rlzal, purchased two
jears or mora ago by tho Philippine in
sular government for tho purposo ot. clioiiKlit tho voyngo was about lo end,
restoring and maintaining coiumiinlen 'ndverho winds kept tho vessel cruising
Hon with Manila, tho seat or govern , nuout t10 0,len ,. a fott W,,.H -
ment, and tho southern Islands, It lsl1)ort for days, unable to mako tho bar-
now said will ho sold and tho ruuilSj tor.
Ccrlved from tho disposition ot this '
vessel will bo used to secure a smaller New Sound Wrele p,ant Panned.
Btcamer nnd ono thnt can bo operated t-,. ,,, u , ,.,. .,.. ...,,
at less expense. Tho Rlzal has becnldullt lmu, tccclu,d mM( l0 , uf
declared by those who proress to know ft.a ,at ,,, Nnvv I)el)ar,mcllt ,
as an expensive luxury. It Is claimed tcn(ls , 10 ,lear rtltllrt!',() Ilmko Tn
hat tho stenmor with very row exeep-1 lonsh ,,, most 1K,wc,rflI, roless sta
tlons has been employed In tho truiis.,ion .. .,, ,,',,. ,,,., ..,, ,
t teciflmi tt Iticiilni Imilnf l,n iinrll.iu'
, v.. ...,.. . ...au.... 4... ..... ,.. ww
through Bimimery seas,
At the time of departure of tho Pa
elllc Mall steamship Siberia from
Hongkong, tho ltrport was current nt
the China coast port that tho Rlzal wan
lo bo offered for sale. Acting tiovorn-'
or General Gilbert Is alleged te. favor
the sale of the steamer provided a
Hiltnblo offer can bo secured.
During tho past two years Secretary,
llllott has been attempting to arrange
for tho disposal of tho cableshlp Rlzal.
as tho boat Is considered to bo poorly,
adapted for the purposes of tho Bureau
of Navigation. About a year ago a
inue.iusc- lou.u .., uii, "masts are lo bo ncrcased In height,
reasonable) price, but the salo fell1., ..vum t tho navv vnid iS
llirniii-l, lnn.n Mm uliln ilrnw Inn L" ' .'" "K "l '" .. "aNJ "' " "Bet
;". .:;;,"..." ,.""'.f .1" .:. l
niiiiwu nuiui iui iiiu iidi-o ui iiiu jiiit"
With a part of tho salo price of tho
ltlvnl Qn,,lnM, I-11lte It, mtnonu tn m.
rancu nun of the const cunrd boats for.
cable work. There Is some dlffeienco a nuinuer or iiremen and othei
of opinion as to whether llfeso boats 'niembers of the ciow or the Nli
aro largo enough to bo utilized ns nl'1" Kalsha at Kobe were trying tn
cableshlp, but from Inquiries mndo l"rsuadu their fellow-woikiuen ut Yo-
thrniiL'li inmiiAlniit onnreoa Snnr.ilniv kolialllu llllll clsewlieie til Join III the
i;iliolt Is Batlsllcd that nno of tho llu
renu or Navigation boats can do tho
wnrk nl n mnol, lnoa nnol Willi II, I.
mnnnv cnnnrn.l Inr ll.n tll'.nl Ihl. .,!,, I
can be easily carried out and tho Jial -
... . i T .. . .
unco useu ror tno purciiaso ot now
modern Bhlps bottor adapted fnr tho
present purposes of tho Government. I
' .. . '
bints, lor 80,000 pesem Is nwnltlug tlio
in rival or the purchaser Tho terms
havo been agreed, upon by cable"
Iloiiitln W Kcjinour, tclltor In chief
of the Kl I.ouls Republic for the last
Jtur has rtslKiitd to resume his foi
iner pusitlun us tdltoilul supervisor of
the New York World.
in Ills communication to tho Acting, """"h" ""-," "i"eiininiiei, nmu
Governor upon this subject Societary sont " I'etn'0" lo Hie shipping com
Ulllolt states: panic's and private owners nsklng for
"The coast' guard boats are not and,"" '"crenso of wages
never wero ndapted to tho tarriagO of , ., ,
freight, and they nro oxptnslvo wheiilo'"ers "" ln Pacific Mall.
operated for that purpose. I "vtrul dianges In tho i'nclc Mall
"I favor constructing a boat to ho 0'"' l"vo been recently made and
used exclusively for a dispatch boat, nl 3"st "nimum oil s. It, Shephurd,
on tho plans long bIiico obtained by,lmr,ier "r ,,1U c" "r ''aimnia, has been
the Ilureau of Navigation, and then ap lra"sf-'"ei1 ,() ,ho 8umo I'oaltlon on
I loved by the Secretary of War l,1 8t"l""'r Newport, succeeding F it
"I huve ulso oiTered llvo of tho coast1 n'"U " rK. fonni rly freight
guard boats for sale, and tho closing of lork "" "10 Nowpmt, will take tho po.
a coutiact fen tho salo or ono or the. Hlt1"" vacated by Shepherd
OPEN IN FALL
The committee nppolnti d by Miss
Clara Zlcgler to consider plans for
obtaining buildings nnd grounds for
tho propositi vocntlonnl or Uncle school
pYolmbl) vvill Intel nt Stipt rlltti txlctit
Pope's ottleu next Motility morning A
report will be prepare d for prcMntn
tlon to the educational cominlKloiurs,
who meet hue Mny .'5
A surprisingly large amount of en
thusiasm over the propoed Institution
Is evinced bj p.irents of the clt. ac
cording to reports received b) Super
intendent Pope Ho snji thn Idea Is
gradually grow Inn nwnv from nn In.
siltutlon for girls only, nnd thnt when
"ic plans Imve innttrlitllrfd ami the
school become, a certain!), It llkel)
will be known ns n voentlonal or trade
Institution instcrd of Inelustrl il school
He believes the Idea will nniti rlallc
so rnpldl) thnt the school can ,e
thrown open at thn be ginning of the
next school lc-ii in the fall
I liATIIHFHONT M)tTIs
Tho United Stntes revenuo cutters
ordered to patrol In llehtlng sen nro
making rend) to start northward Tho
work of the patrol this year substan
tially will bo modified on ae count of
the ratification of the new fur sealing
treaty entered Into between the Unit
ed States. Russlu, Croat Britain nnd
Japan, and Instead of a number or
veseeis mussed around the Prlbylovs
Islands the milts of the licet will lm
distributed nlong tho AhiBkn coast
line and in liehring sen It is under
stood that the Maiinlnir. MeCiillei, h
nnd Tncoina will tnko the Ilehriug sea
patrol, with ono of them making n
trip along the Aleutian group ns far
wesi us Attu islauil, uiiother will
cruise the wnters adjacent to thu
rrlbjluts, and the third will take the
Inshore Islands, perhaps criilulnir on
the North Pacllle as fur cist as Ku.
UlaK Island and vicinity As usual.
uie near win inane Hie trip to Point
Harrow, tho northerl) apex of tho
Americas The Rush, .having head-
quarters nt Juneau, will visit the can
neiles in Southeastern Alaska as far
south as DKon enhance South of
Dixon entiiinee the United States will
huve e misers on dut) pirt of tho
Biiininer to protect the se-.ils as they
make theii wit)- northtvaid along the
In Storm and Mutlnv.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal , April C.
Alter n hazardous vo)age of 144 days,
marked by mutiny, death and disaster,
thu snlllng vessel William P. Fr)o Is In
port hero from Philadelphia todn) .
Trouhlo started almost beforo the ves
sel, with a crew of green hands, left
1hee Ilednwnrn rlvnr. Knv 1ft A re.,,,.
for all tight started 01110111- n inimlw.r
of drink crazed sailors, with tho result
tliat three Jumped overboard and two
more drowned In December the ship
fought destitution for 11 week lu a gnlo
ore t ape ht Itoguo, and was saved Just
as the elow were uboiit to abandon her
In despair For tin 00 days lu Jaiiii
ur) she rode on a sonthwester olT
f apo Horn thnt shifted her enrgo A
log of 0110 of the sailors was broken
In the storm. Finally, after suvcial
moro mnnll stnrniu. ulintt ,.v.rw..
plans being worked out to renew tho
navy plant nt tho cntranco to Puget
Sound nro put Into elTeit. lie lug 11
connecting link between tho chains of
stations lu Alaska and the United
Slale(t all(, bc , of 0
lf lr,, , , ,, 11.' .1
le N r)oimrtmeIlt ,, ,&,,,,,, ,;
,0 Taloosh Htaton ,, bo f
,,, m.a, ..rfi i .,. ...... ,e- ti.
lalls foI1,Plnll,alo ,,,,. ,,, mi)ln
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. ' " ' ?",'",'" "
titer upart to glvo a greater spread lo
tho sonslllvo listening wires. Tho
""u. recoinmendlng that the
cut wooden masts bo superseded
steel masts 300 feet high.
"''Till hlrlke Mm Prcdlllitl
'""""i ; hm nn uu uicn-aso 01 1
)uf' m ,nV l"" '" lnu ''Miartuio or
mo IIIIVO JVlltril Or J 10110111111 tip
"I'ds Of tW O tllOUSUIIll II1CII Oil 111) 1 Til
1 J"p n3V- steamers outside the Ship-
Iltlni. I'nmttfiiilnu' lltil.x. ..H,. v,....t,..l
" --" . .-i..,n.-..
,0 ,mu' oxpresseil their willingness tn
r.1'!1!'"" inu movement Theso mon,
lliliviiirlt lliitli. nniii.A,irtiilll. hI. I.....
W. C. PEACOCK & CO, LTD.
WINC AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
AT THE PORT
Fort) passengers nro booked Tor the
Const In tho Matson Navigation steam
er Liu lino.
Tho nrrlval of tho schooner Cecilia
Sudden nt Knhiilul with lumber from
Puget Sound is reported,
'I ho American schooner Minnie K
Cnlne, from (lr.i)s Harbor with lumber,
has nrrlved at Port Allen
Mnll from tho mainland to nrrlve In
thu Matsonlnn liner Wllhelmlun on
Tuesday Includes 357 sacks, according
to n late nerogrnm.
Tuklng n full shipment or sugar, tho
Matson Navigation stcnnicr llllonlnn,
wns dispatched from Hllo last evening
destined tor San Francisco.
A mall for tho mainland will prob'
ably bo dispatched on Monday oven
I I.I .t . .. ... m .1
"1K:Vl".l"01,rojole',''?m"nroml,ltDowson Ilros. Sinltli and Hotel Sts
men k . vian steamer ciiina They'll look like they wero mnde for
Mall and passengers leaving this ou when you eet them from Geo A
port on May 1st in the Matson Navlga ?', , f,"" B ,,1 T V .ton
tlon steamer Hot.olulan arrived at San Ma.rtlD' tallor' llfl"iel Btrtct- '20
1'rnuclsco nt 9 20 )esterdny morning n,",),1 ...
Tho Pacific Mall steamer Persia.! . AeB";K Intoxication and cruelty Al
from San Frnndsco. Is duo to rench lakWiih . by her attorney, thin morn
this port at an early hour tomoriow " 'I'1"1 '" Circuit ( ourt nn nppllca
morning and will berth at lllshop ,l,u," for '"vorcf from Kolchl Titkegu
The I.urllnp. with passengers and Willy O. A. Slcbert today tiled nn
sugar, will bo dispatched for Sim Frnn Hijillc uthin 111 Circuit Couit usklng
elsco ut I! o'clock luesdny evening, tho Hint lames Sutherland bo appnlnte-d
vi'ssel sailing fiom tho new Matson' i:niill.m for Mrs Mary A SleMiort, lu
Const report has It that tho Harrison ,'rliu Hoiiolulu Gas Conipnny has call
Direct Line freighter Crown of Arm-11'1 n Poclal mee'tlug of the dliectors
gore crashed Into the new llluo Fuiinel' fur '?' Is- "t ' '" . '" 111"' "P I ho
freighter Tnlth)blus wljllo at Vniicou-
ve-r. II. tl. inrrvliiL' nwnv liulnnrku or
thu nnwer vessel.
Iiilocklug tho Wllhidmliiti nt Alakea
wharf, on occasion of her arrival heru
next Tuesdn), will making tho second
appearance or Hint vessel nt the wharf
sllito her advent lu thn Mntson serv
According to the regular sclii'drtli',
tho Matson Navigation steamer I.ur-
II110 will be dispatched for Knhulul
this evening, there to complete ells
dinrgo of six hundred tons mainland
inerchnndlse. The vessed will lond su
gar at tho Maul port and will prosu
malil) return lo Honolulu not later
than Sunday moiulng
While local "Hundsome Harolds"
peaceful!) snoozed In thn vnlu heller
Hint thu Ameilcau ship Falls or Cl)ds
wns )estciduy sailing on Its way to
the Coast, us eiroueoiisly reported h)
n morning publication, that Vessel was
tho Kteuo or tho liveliest or lights be
tween rebellious sailors and deleimlu
ed officers. Tho ship Is still here.
Per 1. M. S. S. IVrsln. fnr Hrlmil J
May 11. Dr. Clark. K. Oshlnui, O J.1
Dell, wife nnd Infant; A. Phillips and, mainland.
wife, i:blsii)n and wife. ' Testimony In tho assumpsit Btilts of
Per Etmr. Claiidlue, for Hllo via wayl "10 Hlvorsldc' Portland Cement Com
ports, Mny 10 A. Hanehcrg, K. Il.il'nny against tho von llantm-Youiig
Holler, Mrs. D Sherwood, Miss Agues,
Lindsay, H. 11. Heller. Geo. W. Carr,
Fred Mulr, G Nlcolar, Mr North, Jno,
Hi own, Miss It Naoho
Per Htmr Manna Ken, for Hllo, via
wii) pen Is. Ma) 14 Miss M II, John
1 ami William F Poguo, Miss II Ho
lier, Mr and Mrs J. Baptist and In
funt, Miss Tolmle, J. llurrls Macken
Per slmr .Ilkahala. for Maul and
Moloknl ports, Ma) 14 Miss Uruno
nnd Bcrvnnt, Mrs. A. I J. Prune, Mrs
Per Btmr Klnnu, for Knual ports,
May 14 Mr and Mrs. Geo. S. Wntui
house and sou.
Malls are due from the followlnc
points as follows:
Yokohama China, Mny 13.
San l'rniicist 11 PitkIh Mm 11
Victoria Marama, May 22.
colonics Makiira, May 21,
Malls will depart for the followlni
points as follows:
tiKoliamn Persia, May 11.
Vancouver Mnkura. Mav 21.
Colonics Maramn, May 22.
San Francisco Chlnn, May 13.
Logan, from Honolulu for Manila, sail
ed April 14.
Sherman, fiom Snn Francisco ror Ho.
nolulu Mny 6.
Sheridan from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Arrived April 7.
Crook, at San Francisco.
!luford, sailed San Francisco for Mex
Warren Stationed at the Phlllpplnei
Thomns, from Honolulu for Portland,
Ore, May 4.
LONDON, Dug 'Ihe well-known
French feminist, l)i pi lie tin, his re
ceived fiom Dr. Sun Yat Sen tho fol
lowing leltti, HnjK the Ilnllii wnuitu'H
pupil Din PrniitiihcvviKiiUK 'I Iiiivh
the honor to Infoim jem that In thu
elections ftii the provincial Assembly
of I'uiitoii four women lmvii been
c host n iigulni iiiiiiiI.uk 1 hope thu
news will be of Inteust to jtni"
i Tbt ('union elections piovldi-d the
Hist iipublleiiii gov 1 1 nun iit's trial of
woman HiilfriiKu 'Ihe qunlilli itlou was
uu i ilue itlonal one, und reMilittd thu
Villi to Wllllltll Willi UlllvtlRit) llt-BlttS,
oi who had Mudlcd tliiti) )tnis nt it
('Kiibtnl iduiiitlonul Institution
Ihe posKllillll) r i, 10,ito faiiiliie!(cjitliineu King rie) ,, . , ' .
In llotoii und vlclnlt) was averted ' after 1 , w A ' t ' '"'
when the sttninti Armciilin arilved King and Fort
at that port Irom Liverpool with II
100 lugs of lilsh potatoes In her bold
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307.
Curios rom till over the world nt tho
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest nt The Kncorc
Picture Training, Aria and Crafa
Shop, Fort nhovo Hold street.
Always buy ot tho stores that give
Gietn Stamps, They're as good its
Tho Underwood Typewriter Vlslhlo
nono bolter. Wall, Nichols Co , Ltd.
Wanted Two more passengers for
nrouud-the-lsland nt JO. Lewis
Stables and Oarage Tel. 2141.
If you want a good Job done on an
aulo or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen SL
Island ni'onls, Dverrendy Auto start-
or; nm repairers, M O King, mgr.,
Quern and Mllllaiil Sts. Phono 3CI6
Something new. Roynl Nnvy hi.
cycles Freo wheel, roller chain,
nickel rims, double brakes, ? to 0(1.
r'ri1" """' or n uo"" ll"," ""' "' l,ri-
'"'" '"' " mine out 11
J. D McGrow, manager of the Cioss
roads Rook Shop, will leavo shortly
for a four months' tour of tho prlncl
pal cities of tho mainland to study
book and publishing conditions
The Missionary Gleaners will hold
11 delicatessen sale on Saturday, tho
eleventh of May, between tho hours
of 8 3D and noon, at the store form
erly occupied by 1uvls & Co, King
'I lie annual report of W Proteiihuiier
nnd II Rchultz, trustees for tho cstnto
of Otto llrnesl Isenherg, Hied In Cir
cuit Couit this inclining, shows re
ceipts amounting to $,!4,ft'i" 17 nnd ux
pnndltures totaling $3 t.'Mt; on.
Dr. I. J. Shepherd, generul hi'nlth
and snullnr) officer, has gone tn Wnla
line to Investigate sanllnr) conditions
there prcllmlunr) to thu Issuance' of
licenses In the various Industries
there. The licenses tro to bo granted
The plans of the Hawaiian Pineapple
Company for tearing down somo of ltn
present buildings nnd replacing theni
by ntciro substantial concrete- struct
ures will not hu carried out until after
D. Dalo returns from tho
""d ll10 A"v,i Robinson companies.
for the value of 1S00 sacks or cement
alleged to hnvo been suld to thoso
cone ems, was taken lu Circuit Judgo
Cooper's (ourt this inclining.
New houses for Palatini Settlement
wurkeis nro being planned, lnclncllii,;
ho erection ut u building that will
house thu nduilulstiutlvu offices, nn In
dustrlnl school and the proposed chi
nurscr) A donutloli n flaiul on Hotel
street near tho Castle Kindergarten
will allow tho Settlement toeiect boiiui
J W Pratt, Charles Hustaco and
loseph Audrudo havo been appointed
uppialsers on the Punchbowl lauds by
Govornor Frenr, llio lauds uro to bo
divided among tho residents In tho dis
trict by preference rights or miction.
They will set values on the property
not already occupied und dispose) or
them at public auction.
A il. GHIIHN, ror tho past thirteen
months lu charge ot the Piinu quarry
on Hawaii Tor the I-ord-Young c'o.
has resigned his position and re
turned tu Honolulu
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Tho mon asked tor an hour nnd a
har ror meals, and when this demand
was turned down they took occasion to
things unconventional and not compli
mentary to tho skipper and his uffi.
Pollen wero rushed lo tho ship sldo
and nrter tho spilling or red corpuscu
lar fluid lu quantities, peaco was re
stored, rollowecl by thu desuitloit or
practically tho entire crow
Cuptuln Hugulls with tho nsslBtnnco
of his local ropresenlullves wuh bus)
today rounding up a nuvv crow with
tho expectation that tho Falls or Clyde,
would bo sufficlentl) manned tn pro
cecd lo sen this afternoon
Baseball for Sunday
TWO OAMHS - . TW0 riAMHH
1l30 J. A. C. vi. STARS
3130-P. A. C. v.. HAWAII
Reserved seats fur center of grand
sluiiil mid vvi..4 elm , i,,,,,!,,,! Ilt I:
O Hall Hon Huitrit,,.. i-
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Pricei Mc, 35c and 25c