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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
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Honolulu (liaptir, It. . .11.
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Honolulu ( iiinnmmUr
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Oruiutr Si i mid Degree.
Id Molt i (hiiplir .:). 0.
1'. s. Iligul ir.
All Tliltlnz members, ol tar
Order are cordially lav'ted to
attend meetlnro o( local ledjn
Hut on tliH
'.'ml mid ltd
nt K. 1'. Hull
"130 Y. M.
I inhere ol
VSl. Mi MM I nilKil.-, M). S,
Iv. of r.
Meets oveiv Jni! and 4tli Sattir-
1 tin evening at 7 JO o clock In
I K of 1' 1 lull, i or Tort and
Itcidnnln Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to itttcnd
a r glut., c c.
r r kii.uuv, k ii s
iioMM.i'M iomir, em, ii. l". o. r,
v. Honolulu ix)Ukc ino tiiti
II f U I.IKS, I110C18 in
their hull on Klug St ,
neir Tort, ever 1'rld.i)
CMMlng Visiting llioth
eis tic cordlully lnl(cd
A J It Itl'HY 13 It
II IK NMIFC Sec
onu i.ow.i: mi. i, i.. or r.
. Meets cer first .tnd third Krl
Iduy nt 7 .in o i lock, lthlan
Ilnll. corner Ilcrttunla and
Tort stnets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
I A IIWVMNH (' c
o IIKIM. K if It S. S
II.iVUlIV.N Till ill'. 0. 1, I. 0. II. 31.
Meets every first and third
Tuesdny of each month in
rrntcrnlty Hall, TOOT
building Vh.ting brothers
cordl illy Invited to attend
IILMtY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A P13UIIY, C of 11
no.M)Mn,r ijkii: no, r. o. k.
Meets mi second and fourth
.Wednesday evening of each
month at 7 30 o clock. In
K of r Hall, corner Tort
and nrrctiinl.t Visiting brothels are
invited to attend
VvM JONES, W P
J W ASCII, Secy
IIOMIM'I.r 1.0K0K 0. 800,
1- . 0. M,
will meet In Odd rcllovvs' building,
Fort street, near King every Frlda)
evening at 7 30 o clock
Visiting brothers cordially invited
AMHHOSI3 J WIIITZ, Dictator.
K A JACOBSOX, Secretary
Importer Fort St
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are, Always Found at the
THE VERY LATE8T IDEAS IN
Mll'inery Parlors, Boston Block
Just received (X hhna lattst In
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS and LINGERIE GOWNS.
ROOMS 66-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
1027 NUUANU STREET
IJp-to-dato Millinery and Men'a Hate
tJ,'Jfc..iliitti'Vifc.Wv.y.u.,j. .. 'C. '"
NEW PACIFIC MAIL
(Additional Ship ping on Page S)
POSSESSES NEW ADVANTAGES
Liner Persia From San Francisco to the Orient Inaugurates
St.... C.l... T.. r
IMtiW Oct llliy i 111 IU UctlU lIKUIIlcl txvitl uiuiiync cn m.i
of Passengers, Including Tourists Fire Draws Many
Visitors to the Waterfront.
sSntuiilnv iim a dav of departure of
I'adlh Mail liners from San Trniiclsco
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iq ucmiiicii ui uiiiik aumu witim iiui'i.i-
tant changes In the srhedulo of nrrlv
als at the several ports of tall
The 1'irsla ono of the Intermediate
KlCaillCTH 111 (III' I HCIWV .11111 lll.-l.-l,.
was an arrival nt Honolulu this morn-i
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rtrlcal companv now en route to the
realm of the Mikado The) have been
mdiiied to remain over here for a pe
riod Another passenger In the Persia
who was iHTHiiuiliil to break bin Jour
noi nt tills port is a Japanese who at
the Instance of a volunteer promotion
(onimltt.e consisting of CHIif of Do-
teclives Arthur Mdlulllc and his able
deput John Kellett was polltclv but
nonetheless til ml tnken in hand on
nrrlvnl of the steamer and escorted
to l ho Cllv and rounn bnrtllc thero
to await iiiKlriK lions from the Sail
Prime Iscn pidlie aulhorlths The laiv
anese Is (barged with cmticzzloment
and his rlTxts all practhall) brand
now win removdl from the Persia.
Chi f McDutlln and Ollleer Kellelt
visited the Persia at niiaranllne nnd
soon had this Intense Iv wanted Nip
poiieso illicit r arrest He was arraved
tn tine linen and appeared exceeding
In spinklng of tho Important cliango
In tho sailing txhcdulc, one ollleer in
the IVisIn slated this morning that
hertaftir Instind of leaving San Prnn
dseo for the Pnr Kast on 'Iucsda)s or
Veilnesdn)s, as lias been the practice
for t long time, tho slenniors of tho
Paeitle Mall nnd To)o Klson Kalslia
will start their westward o)ages
from the Coast to the land of the rls
lug sun on the last dav of the week.
I he airhal d.ts have also been
i hanged on the new joint schedule nr-
Hinged b) both the American and
laimnese companies Mislead of
icaehlng San Frnnclcn on 'IhtirFdns
and I'llilajs the homownrd bound Mil
i rs will enter tho Golden Oalo on
Moudas and Tuesdn)s, tho big liners
on the former da and tho Iiitcrmcdl
btcnmeis on tho latter. Tho chungo
was made In order to accommodato
i lie liner Nile which is now making
her tlrst round trip in tho service As
usual, there will bo a weekly sailing
nnd it is believed that tho now meth
od for departures and arrivals will bo
more satisfactory than tho old
Tudor the old schedulo esscls ar
riving late In tho week liovcr got cll
started In the dlschargo of their car-
goes nt Snn Francisco until Monday.
Now however, the tlmo of their ar
rival will glvo tho gangs a straight
stretch of soveial das to discharge,
loading beginning the flrst day of the
new weeks and completing in tlmo for
departure on Saturday
Captain John Hilt roportB a lino
trip down from tho Coast. 'I ho I'er
sla leaves no enrga here. Her
through passengers lucludo CI cabin,
7 second class and 60 Asiatic steer
aw of whom nro twenty deported
Chinese Two liundrod sacks of Inter
Coast malt arrived In tho vessel. No
stowavvos wero reported Tho spe
do tanks hold a million dollars for
the banks of Jnpnn and China
I ho totnl freight tarried In tho liner
amounts to .1000 tons, of which nro
2'no bales of cotton 4000 sacks of
Hour 100 sacks of tanbark, 100 sacks
of walnuts, 400 boxes of llsh and fiOO
cases of cigarettes.
Among tho through passengers nro
William V Wilson, representing tho
l'aelllc Commercial Company of Ko
bo, Kdwlti M Almcs and Thomas II
Pellet of tho Navy auxiliary servlco,
V Lawronco a mining engineer eon
nc c n il with tho Chosen Mining Com
pauy of Korea who Is on his way to
Seoul, accompanied by his wife, Jan
Iluvliiha, an author and journnlist of
l.ohomhi who Is In tpicst of Oriental
color, V Hall, wlfo and child, on a
tour or tho Par l.ust, r itoinoto, an
Importt r of Snn Francisco, (J C Moi
gan and onh Jnynor, connected with
ift&& I)lll 0l ivoti U)S fliiM MU0S!Bt 'IMI ouo'ltl
ojcoinjMdn opis )ifiu si i
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oij Aq popuci
s ojniiujii anoA uoiv inq iqBjcclBi sj pc sii
JAS. H. LOVE
S"niliin V nn Dpnllriht Plir ICt .
the Itrlllsh American lolwcco Coin
imn of Shanghai, ami 1 I Laurie
and wolfe, who nro hooked for Ma-
The I'ersla Is scheduled to sail for
the Par Kast
nt 6 o clock tomorrow
Sierra on the way.
Hio ".eanlc steamship Sierra,
her Inst trip to Honolulu In snuio
months left Sail rranclsto nt 11 30
todn for the Hawaiian Islands
'I he bleira Is to arrive hero on Prl
d is morning following tho regulnr
Hiludulc 'I ho Stcira wilt on her re
turn tn tho Const port bo turned over
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f ,"'" n"
to the union Iron Works for n gen-
Tho vessel will bo
provided with n complete set of oil
burning innehlner) It Is also pos
sible that a material change will ho
made In tho pnssongor accommodation
on ooaro (ins vessel ino proiuciioni
is further made that tho Sierra vvlll'1n,i ..,tl ,, ,ii,,it ( ,, m .
be Httcd with but ono fiinnel In futuro,
in en mi ee, cuiiiBi.umi ii, mej jicmiui
iciiiiniii nnunpifli in t in Nniwitnn nun
the Ventura, her sisters
1.1 tug up of the Sierra, Hie Sonoma
will be utilized ns the Oceanic San
Francisco Honolulu "ferryboat "
Transpott Sherman on the Way to
The United States Arm transport
Sherman with hcadqunrtorH and en
listed men of tho First United States
Infantry sailed from Vancouver Ilnr-
racks for Honolulu yesterday, leaving,
Portland, Ore. according to n cahlol April litn, nrrivojl nl ban Krauelscoj
iccelvcd nt the local Quartermaster, yesterday, nccordlng to tho iccclpt
Dcpirtmcnt. The Sherman is expect-!"' a cnhlo here. The Klthet took but,
ed to nrrlvc hero about May 11th. ac ' small quantlt) of sugar from Hoiio
cording to tho present calculations of I"'", "' bulk of her cargo being Blip
nrms olllclnls lho Shermnn Is to re
main at Honolulu for some class pond
ing tho discharge of a largo quantity
of porsonnl effects, camp equipment
and supplies. Tho vessel will nlso re
ceive n considerable quantity of coil
besides freight which is being brought
down lo tho Islands In tho Mntson
Navigation steamship Wllhclmln.i j
Olaa Leads the List.
Sugar stored nt Olaa plantation
wni chouses lends tho list of sugar on,
Hawaii awaiting shipment according
to n report received in tills city todayi
with tho arrival of tho steamer Man
na Kca Tho following shipments nro
reported Olaa 24.010, Wninkea 12.
000. Hawaii Mill S000, Onomon 12,020,
Pcpeekco 17,100, Honomii 1B.000 Ha
kalau ir.,700, Lnupahoelioo 21,000, Kal j
wlkl 1S00 Kukaiau OiOO, Hamakiin
Mill 21,200, Paauhau 10 000, Honokna
in100 Kukulhaelo 9'.00, Punaliui 10.
23", Honunpo 62G1 sacks.
Schooner Prosper Reaches Hllo.
With tho arrival of tho Inter Isl
apd steamer Manna Kea from Hllo
nnd way ports comes tho ndvlco that
the American schoonor Prosper, from
Wlllnpa Harbor, reached tho Hawaii
port on last Tucsdas. Tho vessel
brought lumber and went to the rail
way wharf to dlschargo. Tho Maunn
Kca was ail early arrival this mom
ing with a rather small list of cabin
passengers. Her freight lnt hided tha
usual linos of merchandise and empty
drums and bottles Purser Phillips
reports n lino trip.
Captain Dignlls, mastor of tho Falls
of Clyde, succeeded in gathering a
crow to man ills ship and the wind
jammer took hor doparturo for Gavl
ota this morning Tho Falls of Clydo
was tho sceno of a frco light put up
by rebelling sailors, who, falling tn
gain tin Ir point regarding tlmo to ho
allowed for meals, nttemptcd lo tnko
tho mailer of disciplining tho sklppor
and his staff Into their .own hands.
Pollro Interference succeeding in
quelling a riot.
A largo accumulation of mull Is bo
Ing made rondy for transit to tho
CoaHt In tho Pacific Mnll steamer Chi
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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Last quarter of the moon Mm '
VESSELS TO AND I
(Special Cable to Merchants' j
Saturrtav. Mav II.
ban fuancisco -. hniu.i May n.
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Arrived, Mns 10, bark It I
et, from Mahuknnn April 17
POUTLANI). Oro -Sailed Ma in C
S A T Sherman for Honolulu
SHATTLH Arrived Mn) 11 S S
Arlzonnu, from Snn Frnnilsio
1IILO ' Arrived, Mn o sehr Pios
per, from Wlllnpa Harbor
II takes a waterfront lire to elrtivv,
the Clowe) I
Tho Paclllc Mnll steamship KnroV
Is now on tho was from San Prune Iseo
I to Honolulu, having silled from the
yasl .lort jestcrdn
... .i,it.i ,n rP n, 1i
Nllvl(.nlnn 8Cnmpr i(IirillP l0 K.,ll
Ttiesdav oven nc for S.m Pr.indsi o
Owing to nil extra large ouautll of
coal required for the I'm Hie Mall II ti i
cr i crsia. dial vessel win uoi no cis ' ,
puiciie'ii nir me crieui uiiiii h iiciiok
Mine urn nun?
UUUO rtllU UIIJiJ
1 AT THE PORT
"F.voryfhlng is Insured' declared
Cnptoln on Dehlreii. nnster of tho
burning bnrkcntlno Castle as the llre-iTn
men plnsed soverul streams of sea
wnicr now n ino uoicis oi ins cominaiiii
'I ho bark II. P. ltlthot, with n full
shipment of sugar, leaving Mahtiknn.i
piled at tho Maul pon.
II r imm.(AHi,,W
Distilled in the Highlan
Duff Gordon & Co, Port St. Mary's
Cockburn, Smithies, Oporto
"Dogi Head" Brand, Kentish Town
The Old Bushmille Distillery, Ireland
Heldtlck & Co.
G H. Mumm &
Louis Roderer ..
Marie Brizard and Roger, Bordeaux
Otard, Dupuy A. Co, Cognac
D. & J, McCallum, Edinburgh
Uiher &. Co. Edinburgh
Buchanan, & Co, Glasgow
James Ainslle & Co, Lelth
E. & J. Burke, Dublin
Hiram Walker & Sont, Walkervllo
OLD TAYLOR, In Bond
OXFORD CLUB DRY GIN
MONT ROUGE CALIFORNIA WINES
Mi:itniM' m:vii Four sritu.r.
i i.i.i piiom: not.
Aiilonlii I'lrrl, Ihp 'strong limn" who)
iii(iiKil lurp at n local tlipatcr gut
inlMcl tip with tlit law ov i r the tiiklng
if hN wlftH trunk and nnnll) vvint
In Han rraticNoo has been reconclUd.
and the Han IYniiilcn ipprt tell the
storv a lollowH
hen Antonio I'lrrl nppenrcd In
imirt to niisvver a charge of grand lar-
tiii) preferred b IiIh wife, formrrl)
1'carl ItnthclilUl, thp protec dings fnll-
Ui develop all) thing new or senia-
I tliinal Mrs I'lrrl declined to nroe-
eole and Judge Dens) dlsiiilsned tho
FREAR NOT ON
f.nvnriinr Crenr liitlmnlnil
Hint ho will innlto twi n.Hvo i.rfort in
pcisonall llont tho next bond Issue ,s '" renllzod from the sale of tho
In lliu Slates Ho Bald ho would inri'"
spend some tlmo In Now York and1 A" " ,lr, -,cl,t -brough the hold,
Washington Investigating tho mnrket tlln llm,c'" "'' ,f n11 ,locl timbers, ns
condlllons nnd the lcgnl phaso of tho "p" " several 'knees" are badly
mntler, and Hint If ho llnds tho tlmo charred The llanies nto their way for
propitious will ndvisp Territorial "" l,lrl1 "r m"re lnt" ,ho lmnl "01a
Treasurer Conkllng In go i:nst and UHC'- '" tI,c construction of the ship
attend to tho flotation I Sails Are Rendered Uaeleti.
The bond Issue will bo slmllnr to 'rl"" '"'ruing toprn sent Itames to n
the list one, he snld. and Hint Issno h Ight of 12 feet above the hatch toinb
was for nbout $lJi0li,ntlO. Practlciill '"K and this soon conimiinlcnted to Hki
til the ftituls from tlio Inst ono linvo '"alnsall the lire (limbing the cnbUs
been used In appropriations, though halsntds. snnipliig thpin asunder
nil tho ninirniirlatlons havo not been u" " ".v were mere thrnid
taken tin ns set
IIILO May 1 Former Supervisor
kai.linla was Indhtod b the (Jriind
luis In Kim on two churges, the at-
ln. ,1 , liilirotnmniit nf fnnils ili,,n
,m ,j the keeper or the Kamueln
water works to deliver to the Count
asitrer, these Knnlanla cases being
icpiiitcd on the secret Hie
DR. CLARK OFF ON PERSIA.
I)r Victor S Claik, Commissioner
of Immigration for tho Territory, will
sail on tho Persia for Manchuria to
nigniilzo tho Immlgrntioii of Russians
to tho Islands llo expectB to bo
gone two or three months.
ALE and STOUT
MONOPOLE, RED TOP
MUMM'S EXTRA DRY
GRAND VIN SEC
( O. V. S.
Black and White
(Continued trom rage 1)
of Hie Castle Imiiiedlalrlj follow lug the
extinguishing of the blare b tht fire
lighters rev paled the disastrous pffects
of the. conflagration which, fed b a
mass of Innumm.il'lo dried copra, wi
torrent Ji nrp souriiiK iicuc-ovm. ......
slrnvlng hiiiik and iiaijanis
nun all account the lire originated
ninong copra stored mldvvn between
tho uiAln nnd after hatch The dried
product from tha coeoanut tree,
brought to this port In transit for
San Francisco, wns prepared at tho
Panning nnd Washington Islands cs
tales belonging to Father Hougler It
was consigned to Const Importers, and
after being mined Into blgh-grnde nils
would have ndled the inn-ilgmet n
good round sum
The copra that reposed In the hold
before the baptism of llrt and water
stood the owners nt npproxlmntrlv $100
n Inn The Castle, putting Into Ilo
noltilii In dire dlstrcfs on March 22
carried lifts tons of the South Seas
Tho copra while stond In sacks has
burst Its frail bonds asunder owing to
the swelling following tho volume of
water poured upon tho cargo It now
forms an tinsavor nnss which cov-
FrH "'p bottom of the ship and must
be removed without elelnv If (instiling
I l)l"' sail, that rem lined furled, hal
been burned through 'il mans places,
skssall. which had Just been re-
iirneel from tho Coist utter hnvlng
ee n thoroughly overhaulid and re-
alred. is hopeless! damiged
Those sails represent nil Investment
of J400 (nth." declnrcd Captain von
Dahhcir this morning
Lay Blame on Uncle Sam.
I nclo Sam Is to blame for this lire"
nr",,V1 " "'?tc "' 1,c ,,u
ol' "' '""""'"B V.'0 ""V"
tr,n'' '" ",u.lc?.tl,1p V.
Inslntid a unto as he buckled to tho
ps In an at-
me of wnlei
sent Into the holds bv the four streams
from the city dcpirtmcnt
The S N Castle was ordered funil
wilcel at the Instiinco of tho United
btutes iiiarnntlnc iiuthorltlis of this
P'jrt Acting under Instructions from
I)r Trotter, the quniantlno men placed
ii number of puis containing burning
sulphur within the hold of the burken-
tlne nt 4 o'clock josterdi afternoon
Ac cording to statements mado on
board this morning, the punlcnns wero
removed between 11 o'clock and mid
night At that time the greater p.irt
of sulphur had then burned nwn.
1h(S( puis, eighteen Inches In diam
eter nro made of henvs Iron and nro
placed In larger containers holding wa.
ter Tho Federal ollicers declare that
the greatest euro Is exercised In plac
ing the fumigating pans. In order to
Insure safet) uml also the best results
All sailing vessels before clearing the
port eif Honolulu urc required to fu
mlgiitu with the expectation of killing
off the ruts The Castle wus thercforo
no exception to the established regula
tion The last of the fumigating puns were
removed from tho hold when the
hutches were opened ut or ubout (i
o clock this morning It was an hour
or more later that lire was discovered
in the bottom of u huge pile of enprn
I)r Trotur In charge of the local
(liiiirunllno station, nnd Ur Hlnilulr
have taken tho depositions of several
olllcirs and sailors on board the Cas
tle Their tcstliiinns centers on ono
point uml that Is that no Indication
of lire was dlseovered when the pots
were remove d from tho huld during tho
"Everything Is Intured."
' livers thing Is Insured," shouted eai
laln von Uihlren In response to an In
qulr along this lino iiiudo this morn
"Iheio Is Insurance on tho ship and
also on the cargo" Captain vniiDihl
ren also lidded, 'I earr Insurance on
ins life us will"
The skipper remained positive non
committal regarding tho amount car
iled on vessel or cargo
It Is gent rail) understood In local
shipping circles that when the Castlo
went ushore on a dangerous reef near
Panning Island, tlm vessel was Insured
for an amount exceeding $11,000 Tho
vessel Is owned by .Monro A. Co of
While the windjammer hns remained
ut Honolulu J2SO0 has been spent In
'lhe declaration has been made here
I'S those who pioress tn Imovv some
thing about the condition of tho ves
sel that the H K Custlc would not
bring one third tho amount of her In
surance It eorret!) quoted, should tho
vessel ho knocked down lo tho highest
blddir at t,hls port
New Chemicali Proved Valuable.
'Ilm new motor-driven chemicals re-
(cutlj acquired hy the elts proved the Ir
orin at ilm wiiteifront lire this morn
log 'I hose machines iiiude recend tlmo
In getting to tho sceno of tin blaze
llies were placid In iniindliit( action
1'lre Chief Thurston was moro than
delighted nt the perform mco of tho
'lhe llro was easll) undei control at
N ot lock although tho last of the de.
partnient tquliuiunt did not tenth the
burning windjammer before 7 10.
'lhe topra, now soaked with saltwa
ter iiiuj , mifil and set mado lo
leullzc a substantial sum to lb. mUi
rs It n tiiicd that silt vvutcr does
.... .i.i.i cii-nsirous to copra iih would
.ut. .-as( wen fresh water used In
subduing the lire
The removal of the copra will Mllnw
an Invehtlgutio,, f10m ,)l0 r(,pr,s,ntI1.
ttves of intirestcd Insiiranco com
panies lust what disposition will hn m,!,,
" " n castle Is
not set iiuidii
Is a necessity to every one lick
or it results ill no encrg, no M
tallts dp-li'iidenc poor digestion
Duffy's Pure Malt Whlokoy
re in eels will
bring sou re
and you vv 111 i
the old faiiill I
beccnu full ofl
nevr life and
Sold over -
where In HIJAI.I'D
The Duffy Mall Whiskey Co,
Roehe.ter, N. Y., U. S. A.
Home Itule lenders are making out
their slnte for the coining election,
and, If ovcrsthlng goes well, which is
likely, thero will be some intcrebtiug
material lined up for the congression
al, legislative nnd count tickets
According to the present plans, Win
White, otherwise known ns ' Oily Hill."
will be a candidate for Delegate to
Congress, taking the plnce of Cli is
K Notley, who has been defeated nt
tho polls ns many times ns he h is
been nominated for tho olllee Not
icy will run for the Semite, nnd I)
Kalaiioknlanl Sr , vlco president of
the part, will run for Ma) or of llo
nnliilii. Tho line-up Is Intocdlng, Ihuiuso
the Homo Rulers believe thai 'Oily
Illll' will surely beat Link MeC.md
less and Prince Knliuit in.iole
"illll Is nil right. boc.uiM) ho In
smooth enough to mnko things slip
per) for Knlanlnnnolo and Link,' sild
an aged Home Utile lendoi todi)
' Kal iiiokalutil would ceitnliil) tuuku si
dlgnlllcd Ma)or for Honolulu "
Notlc), nccordlng to tho lalest ic
port. has signed the Republican mil
on llnwull with a view to running fin
tho Senate This news could not ho
verilled and tho Homo llulirs du not
believe tho report
Sat in das. Ma) II.
Hllo via way ports Manna Kca,
slmr , n in
San Francisco Pcrsln, P M S S ,
I'rldns, Mh) 10
Kahulul Lurllne, M N S S.piii.
Knhulul Ldward Sownll, Am sp,
in tow Hercules.
Per P. M. S. S Persia, fiom San
Francisco, May 11 For Honolulu
Coo Mizuuo, Nobo Mlzuiio, Mrs Xohu
Mlzuno and infant. Miss Ciitilo Mizu
no, Mnslcr Shlro Mlzuno, Vaster
I'tlile Mlzuno, Master Hddlo Mlruno.
For Yokohama It. M. Andrews, Mrs.
II. M Andrews and Infant, T Donin
to, .Inn llnvlasa, Mrs Ian Ilnvhisa,
H C Iliidlburg. Mrs i: C Htidlbuig.
iioland IL Hartley, Jr , F Uigaud No
guoira, II. A. Oherg, Mis II A.
Oberg. F. de St I'hnllc l'oi Ktilio
Willis Laworenco, Mrs Willis I.awcr
enco. Mrs J P Lavvrlo. i: Phillips,
W W Wilson For Shanghai 11
A. Ilakor, Mrs II A llaker. Miss
Mary Jircnincinnn, Miss Nora Dee ar
il, Geo A Grant, Miss M II Jenkins,
J N Jo)ner. G. C Morgan, ilov Win.
N. Ktihl, Mrs. Wm N Huhl and In
fant, Miss Ksther Huhl For Hong
kong IMwIn M. Amies, Mrs Mabel
U. Coppage, Miss Uorotliy Coiipigc,
Mrs (1. W. Davwnll, Miss Maigueillei
Decker, Mrs. J. Dyor, W Hull, Mrs.
W. Hall, Miss Anno Hall. Miss Anna
Hamblin, Mrs. G. Holland. It hum
mcrfeldt, Mrs. II. Kiimmorfoldt, Ino.
P. Laurie, Anton Lothlii, C II Link,
-Mrs Lllza J. MncGellck. Mrs C I)
MlGcc Thomas IT Pcllott. Qiiiu
Sluing Tuoy, Mrs Qunu Sluing iues,
i: F. Itussoll, Mrs 13. F Uussell Mrs
II. F. Schuldt. Aloxnndcr Seegiiillle I.
Per stnir. Manna Kea, from Hllo
via way iorts. May 11. Miss Slim
lion. Miss V. Thomas, Miss Loviuho,
Miss Mooie, Mis L. Mooio, 1' L Had
lc), W. L. Cuuiinings and wlfo. Miss
13. Cuiiha, Mrs. M. Plmontnl, C I).
Stephens, W. .1. Conroy. Mrs D 13.
Mctzger. C. O. Hottcl, II A Davis,
Dr. C. Adams, II. M. Simmons, L.
Horden, S J. Sill and wlfo, Y limit.
tin, llftshlgtichl, Mrs. .1 Willing uud
child. Mrs M Knmukauo ami child,
Miss M. Pllmokti, Mrs Shlgoluolo,
Cnpt. C. D Stiles, A L JIosos, 'I .
Cllvo Davlcs, Miss K Wight, din C.
Watt, Mis C Pcdorscu, child and
maid, ("apt C Gamo, II W i bourns
and wifo, D. Forbes, II U Ionian,
Mrs II Akonn, Win Hooknnul, M.
Plmontnl, F llutlei and wife, U it.
Zarie, It A, Driiinmond, Mrs .Inidlnn,
Mrs Porr) and child, Cadot MtCunu,
J A Ilortfoldt, II Turlshlina, P.
Koochl, A K llouplll. F O llojei,
Mrs Stono and child, I3iislgii Tiiiiiuer.
man nnd wife
Captain II llcrger, director of tlm
Hawaiian baud who his hem kraut
ed leave of absence foi six mouths hj
the liptril of Hiqiervlsors will lo given
il musical treat l his bo)s prepjr.t
tory to his departure from Huwall
After it poiusnl of amusltig pre ilk.
lions concerning his Immediate de
parture for San Francisco, Captain
von Dahlrun, inastoi of lho dlsliohsed
bnrkcntlno S N Castle, inns bo pu
denied In his attempt to oslnbllsli tho
Identity ot his "hoodoo "
When tho question of fumigation of
sailing ships comes up fm discussion,
Captain von Dnhlrcii of tho Castlo
doth eloquent wax.
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