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WmWMWiSW T-W T SSWPW&w. -r I EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1908 "'I , ' J f ; . J KV I a? bHp? y-m ""' i "" !! 1 WijW No More Foot Aches R ' MONDAV rlW?,n9 K- Hawaiian-Stated. 7:30 fi , V5sKL"U kA fcvL' fc? F.iclfle First Degree, 0.30. OdCT IfSiS Bfw Mi. -mkHjay , V4"L.?' ? 6-Lrt Hfc v i :! hi jay &lJ(if iKc-i r-OtiO'UILl -' i " " ' rt.iwc ZlUir't' ' rm -r Hfr flast Cro' -Fegular. IKv lMIOAY BR1 i NA I I'DDAV H' Aloha Temple Rcnular 7:30. MeV." Bp, All visiting members ot tbe n'. order (ire cordially Invited to fife attend mrjtlncs of tocal lodges I Wjj It:1. jBMa i " HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F, Meets evory Monday evening at 7: SO In I. O. O. K. Hall. Fort Stieot. K. H HENDRY, Secretary. DEN. F. V1CKERS. N. U. All visiting brothers very cordially Invited. fj MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P. Meets overs' 2d and Ith Tuesday ot each month at 7:110 p. m. nt K. P. Hall, corner Port nnd lleretanla Sti. Visiting Uiothcrs cordially welcome. .W. L. IA'I.K, C. C. F. WA1.DRON, K. ot R. & S. 0AHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every first nnd third Fri day evening nt 7:80 In K. of P. Hall, corner fort nnd lleretanla. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend. A. O. DEERING, CO.. JAS. V. WHITE, K.R.S. HONOLULU LODGE G16, B. P. 0. E. Ktitoliilii Lodge No. G16, U. P. O. ,. will meet In their1 hnll on King I.CH. Knr fpnt ovcry lv'day even- ng. ,i or thi a it HENRY C. EASTON, Secretary. II McINERNY, E. R. TnV M KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.of P. v. !( svery llaturday evening at -Kh In K. of P. Hall, cor .-.i I Hwretuntn. Visiting broth- r IIhi1 Invited to attend. V 1.. FUAZEE, CO., E A. JACOUSON. IC.R.3. HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E. JleeU on the 2nd anil Ith WED NESDAY evenings of eocti month nt 7:30 o'clock In It. of P. Hall, corner Berctanln nnd Fort streets. Visiting Eagles are Invited to at end W. L. PRAZEE. W Prest II T MOORE, Secy. 1AWAUAN 'tP.iE. Ho 1, 1. 0. R. M vi-ts n y Orbt nnd third Thurs iy . of each month at Knights ot r-ytlilan Hull Malting brothers cor Hull) tnvlud o nttend. J. V. ASCII. Sachem. A. E. MURPHY, C. ot R. Spring Flowers, New Ribbons, Feathers and Hats Are Arrived. Who frames made by order. OUR PRICES REASONABLE. K. ISOSSiiMA. SO KING ST. NEAR BETHEL. Woman's Exchange for Lcis, Cut Flowers, Curios. HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT Vienna liakery li making the Best Home-made Bread in town. Be sure and try it. The wagon will deliver at your door. CALL UP 107. LUNCHES and DRINKS The most popular place in town. The Fashion Saloon, Hotel Ft. near Fort. lack Scully, Jack Roberts. Mtflghe Favorite The Best Whiskey on the Market. THOS. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS. 101-105 KING ST. PHONE 140. PO. BOX 755. Fine Jd Printing at the Bulletin, The r;-""" tmv.dy xnive wm assist yo t nerfo-t comfort in walking 't you have troublesome corns. 50 cents Benson, Smith & Co. LIMITED. HOTEL AND FORT STS. RUN DOWN? OVERWORKED? TRY SOME b u i Extract It will build you up again. !' iBERS ORUG CO. FOR. FORT AND KING STS. PHONE 131. Boys from the Mainland Know good beer. will be in de mand at all bars. WHOLESALE. Rainier Bottling rks PHONE 1331. Baseball LEAGUE GROUNDS SATURDAY, JUNE 1:30 P.M. G, DIAMOND HEADS vs. PUNAHOUJ KAMS. vs. ST. LOUIS Admission 25c. Reserved Seats Grandstand 85c extra Owl Cigar THE FIVE-CENT QUALITY SMOKE. M. A. Guiist & Co. Stunning New Millinery at MISS POWER'S Boston Bldg, WtiYingGhonscOo. King Street, Ewa of Fishraarket. DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION. W&tfl lift K i E&'iLs RISERS LOCAL AND GENERAL Everyone wants to go somewhere for fin outing during the summer months. The Bulletin Vacation , Plan supplies the way and the means. Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3G1. Panama hats donned at tliu (Hobo. Ring up Scotty's wnen you want a Rood auto ride. Phono 107. Geo A. Davis, tlio attorney, toilcy cebbiates Ills flflloth anniversary. Auhiev and S. Robinson left 111 tile V. l Hull liirt evening for home. Tin liu.iid or Health will hold n i .hi next rrklny aftcrnnon at 3 In Uoarl cf Smiorvlsoi s will hold i i. '.ii.ii iiiK-tlng this otenim; nl 7."n i) I l(,ck Allcgrctti's delicious creams, fresh. Pounds and half pounds. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd. The Seaside onttiigos nru uuilgiuiui In the summer l lino. Engago a cot- tago now for tho i.cnson. IT yuu luni- a fnult In )onr flgnro. 75 per rent do, Oco. A. Martin, Hotel street, vtlll hldo It for yon. "or tho best Isloton Creamery but ter, phono to J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd., tlic family giocers. Phono 7C. Tl.p Alamcdn sailed promptly nt 10 o'clock tblH morning Tor San Krnn cUco, tnlilng ;i pasbengers many local people. Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic " Yoj will bo surprlsod nt Ua ctrillw: and prcsorvnthe properties. Call'ornlii Peed Co.. ugents. Tho Henry Watcrhouso Trust Co. expect h that I lie money to pay for the I-Vderal building silo will arrive In tho next nloamer fiom the Coast. Your tvuewritcr should be kept in rxcellent order. The expert at the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd., can attend to it for .voir. Phone 143. Winn imlcrliiK gtocerleH order a Mr of Mrs. Kt.iriiH delicious Huwnllan luosoiM'M. Tuko tho doctor'H advice and cat 1ok meat nnd moio fruit pro ducts. ITucIt Sam Is ono of the best etis- toiiiet-K for Mnlliold roofing. That's n pretty good guarantee of Its quality. See about It at the von Hamm-Young Co., tl.d. Sherllf Itiukoa, accompanied liv Clerk Jack Kalaklela. this morning started across tho pnll on a tour ol tho Island, during which ho will take up several pollco matters. The .Maxwell car glvci all the olll- clency of a lilgh-prlcod car ut a price well within the reach of every pros pective purchaser. Call and eco It nt the Mill Hnmm-Yoiiug Co., Ltd. Cntlc .1 Cooko have lecelvcd a cablegiam fiom tlio JIatson Nailga- tlon Company to tho effect that thu Illlonlmi called from tho Coast Tor Ho nolulu this morning. She carries the balanco of the armament for the foils heio. Tho funeral of tho lato 1. Muraka mi, ono of tho most prominent met- chants In tho Japaneso community, Villi bo held on Sunday afternoon nt t:30 o'clock. Tho remains of tho de ceased nio In charge of H. 11. Wil liams , lloforo tho yneht Hawaii sailed es terday n beautiful medicine ease was placed on board. It was tho gift of tho firm of Denson & Smith nnd con tallied nil tho drugB anil other medical suppllch which might be useful dur ing tlio vojage. A gentleman named Keyes, for whom thu pollco have been looking for tho past week, wni this forenoon arrested fur Investigation. Ho will piobably be called upon, to explain some of tlio facts ntti-ndlng tho dln nppcaranco of Father Vnlcntln's niov his plctuic machine. Tl.c bouid which cat at tlio Naal Stutlun jester Jay to Investigate tho manor of tl'.p ei,eipo of Marble Castlo berry from the brig at Camp Vrry 10 eeutly was composed, besides Lieu tenant Commander Cnitc1!- nf the Su ri mi and Paymastor IIiimiH". A b' nch warrant toi till? momlni Issued for Raymond Roycs by Judso ! LlndHa i IlcycB lied been i.rdered to niipeii In couit and show e'uise why he thmild not mid had not filed bis ac counts as tlio guardian of Huld Calla han. Ho was supposed to bo In court tlil:i morning, but did not nppear, uml therefore tho bench wnirant was Is sued. Tlio Hawaiian Entomological So ciety will bold a regular meeting on Thursday, Juno 4, at 7:30 p. m.. In tho Entoni. ropms of tho II. S. P. A. Ex pel intent Station, Keoaumokti street. Tho following will bo read: "Further Notes on Mellttobln hawalleiiHls," by O, II. Swezey, and "Description of a Now Cnllfornlan l.eaMIopper," by d. W. Klrkaldy. Frank Atmstrong was ono of the lcturnlng pasyengers by tho Slbeila. Mr. Annstiong has completed n very pleasant tour through Europo with tho Klebuhus. They travelled with tho lllshops and lloffninniis ns far ns Rome, and then went by easy stages to Ucrlln. Atmstrong took In prac tically nil tho slghtH of Eittopo that can bo covered In so shoil u llmo. "I hear a good many peoplo remark ing about not receiving letters from tho cast expected '' tho last mall," said W. O. Smith this morning. "It Is undoubtedly duo to tho destruction of a mall car on tho through mall ser vice. When wo wero coming across tlio continent wo passed tho burulp.g embers of a mall car which with Its entire contents had been destroyed by flro. I did not seo mention of It In tho papers, but the wholo business went up In smoKe. A Most Excellent Assortment of SUITINGS 1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN. W. W. Ahana Co., LIMITED G2 S. KINQ ST. PHONE 525. IK WM P0R1S OABLE REPORT OF SAN FRANCISCO MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE. Monday, June 1. NEW YOIIK ArrluM May 29: Am. up. Fort (lenrge. henco Feb. 18. 'IAN FRANCISCO- rialled May 31 . Am. bk. Androw Welch, for Hono lulu. YOKOHAMA-Sat!". Mu 31: Fr. S. S, Carneli.is for Honolulu Duo about Jim 11 i KAlII'Mit -Attlvi' nru- 1: S. H. Vlrglnlnn, f om Honolulu. I1IIJ Sailed May Ss. S. S. Enterprlfo. f.ir San' Francisco Tuesday, June 2. RAN FRANCISCO-i lived Juno 1: Ilk. (!eo. Curtis, hi iin Mny 13. SAN FRANCISCO -Snllnl .Itino 2: S. S. Chlun, for Honolulu. SAN DIEOO AirH.-d Iimo 1: S S. Arlzonau from Salln.i Cruz. Wednesday, June 3. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 3: S. S. Illlonlmi, for Honolulu. SAN DIEOO Sailed Juno 2: S. S. Arlzonan, for Kan T.-anclsco. KKaMJJOtj!iJtKiS5t t WATERFRONT NOTES lOlHltKMJJltXMXJOiXK'a ALAMEDA OFF FOR COAST. This morning was "Alameda day" on tho waterfront, and until tlio time when tho popular liner pulled from the dock, .tlio vicinity of tho Oceanic wharf was a sceno of frenzied activity, ns Is always tho case on bhcIi occa sions. Tho speedy boat carried with her 48 passengers In the cabin, 38 In tho steerage, nnd n full enrgo, below hatches and on do' k In fact, rhe wat, loaded until tiwasb above the water lino, nnd she looked rakish and racey enough ub she backed Into the stieam. Among thoso In the stcerngo wero two Hindoos, recent nriivnls fiom the Orient, bound for California, where so many of there people nro congre gating lutoly. Almost every steamer Into this port, also, coming either way, from tlio Orient, Canada, Australia, or tho States', brings some of thom The Alameda had a very good sized shipment ot bannmis mi 1 pities on deck, covciod with tarpaulins, and lining tho spar deck fiom amidships clear ait. For u number of days, a fitrlug of wagons has been continually biingllig these to the whaif. Tho ba nanas amounted to about G0U0 bunches. I.eln wero tossed about, the band vyns thcie, nnd the sceno us lively as usual. a NEW A.H. S. S. RATES. Thu A.-H. S. S. Novadan will rum IhIi tho next opportunity for passen gers fcr tho Coast to get away from Honolulu. She sails fiom this port on Sunday night for Kabultil, wheio she will be for tlireo daya loading, iur.1 then will go direct to San Francisco. The Asia, due In tomorrow, Ihoiish she Is owned by the I'acldc Mall Company, is under llu- Ilrltlsli ling, nnd so will cany no passi.igers out of tho port of Honolulu Tho rate of the Ameilcan Hawaiian Compiny will bo Hxod at $0.1 lor the tttp fiom this port to Snn ri.mclr.co beginning v.-ltb the voyago of the No vadan, and this rnto will bo made for thofo peoplo who wish to go out on her Sunday nlKlit, nnd bptnd .i d is or two cooing JImil bofoio tlioy go on to the CoaM. FROM KAUAI. The' lnttr Itl.tud eteamcr Klaia Rrogory, unlvi d 'oarly this mo.-n'.i from Kauai, with II nacgougers in tho e.tpltl, 51 on r, ok, lllld n good sl.cj cargo, const, lug for tho most imrt of sugir. The caigo wan 3350 bigs A sugar, Ifii' ha; taro, 100 ik nioehl gome, 31 oniity vrtuo casks, 8 bands empty lutlii-, r. crates C. plants, 37 bundles C til-iuts, 2 (ilgs, mid 1,2 pick ages himdlles. I'ho puin. rniiorts good woathor oa Knual. n THE It. 8. A. T. DIX Balled venter day evening a' 1! o'clock for Mnnll.i after most of tho day hud bocu spent In getting llvo stock aboard. UK THE IiniTISH baik Holy wood pulled nut Into the strenm this morn ing pioparatory to sailing. Pa THE INTEIMSLAND steamer Maul, Diuliii, sailed ut-noon today for wind- waul pints, Hawaii. THE UAltGE Melnncthou Is loading cement for I'eail Harbor. MANY BIDS OPENED Dlds for supplies, nnd tho like, wero opened this 110011 at tho ofllco. of U. S. Engineer Captain Otwell. As tlio V111I0R3 articles called for wero bid on soparatcly, It Is probable thut moil of the bidders will get contracts for nt least somo part ot tho goods. IlldderB wero: Honolulu Iron Woiks, E. O. Hall & Son, Lewcrs & Cooko, Catton, Nelll & Co., H. Hack fold & Co., Allen & Robinson, T. 11 Duties & Co., Inter-Inland Steam Nav igation Company, Hustnco, Peck Co", Dearborn Drug & Chemical Works, Henson, Smith & Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstor Drug Co., Wall, Nichols Co , Hawaiian Nuws Co., T. O, Thrum, and A. II. Arlelgh & Co. DIED MANASSE In this city, Juno 2, 1908, Mrs. Sarah Mnmissc, wife ot Rev. II. Mannsse, from pneumonia. Seventy-nix years of ago. Funeral from tho Kawalahao Chinch at 3 p. m. today. Exercises under the direction of tho Knnhuma nu Society. Revs. Parker, Tlmotco, and I.ono will assist In the services. Glasses Repaired QUICKLY, ACCURATELY. Simple and complicated lenses du plicated. ' A. N. SANFORD, BOSTON BLDG., Over May & Co. m mis) R ;i in Mi F irnh K.dialcla m M-inrr. v.-i. - Of U'-V. II .M.lll.IMP Ol t ill I . ilif l of pneumonia yesterday ino.nin'i ut S o'clock nt her homo lit . ,.u Ik 3' 9' was 111 for about two v i ;i Iti .- Ill iioLB wuh not raiisldi 'ed 8crlou3 at llrst. Mrs. Manaso v ono of tho active Christian work. ; In Knwnla- hao church. Previous to hir coming heio she was at l'ukoo, Molokal. where her husband was pastor for man years. Tlio riiner.il win inKo piaco from tho Williams Undertaking 1'nr- lot this afternoon nt 3 o clock. After the i-i rvlci-8 at Kawnlilino chinch at 3:30 fj'elnrk the it-mains will be burled In Knvvnlnliai) cemetery. Tlio K.inhu niiinii Boclety. of which Mrs. Manaso was a member, will turn out In n body. She leaves n husband nnd children to mourn her. REAL ESTATE TJiLNSACTI0Na Entered for Record June 1, 1903, from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. J. N. Knaliua to William Heniy ....M Lowers & Cooke Ltd to W 0 Rog ers AM Aril OenJIro Co to Aril OenJIro ..l'A Aril OenJIro Co by ntty to Honomii Sugar Co CM I) Kawaununkoa by ntty to Gilbert J Wuller Sub l'A Walter A Hardy to Jacob Hardy ...I) John .Macaiilay to Tr of Mnllo Hyl va D Atilla Awaawa (k) to Eelniiilka Avvaavva (k) et al D J Kiiiihauo to Hairy (1 i!crtclmatiu..li Rlchnrd H Trent Tr to Victor M .S()U7a ltd David Knwnnannkoa by ntty nnd wf to Ella A C Long D Entered for Record June 2, 1033, from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. Sam l.tllkauo to Slug Clio I. Malkuiiboe to l'loueer Mill Co I. til.. I, Entered for Record June 2, 1308, frcm 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. in. First Dank of lllln Ltd to Joso S Canarlo l'nr Rel Joso S Canarlo and wf to l'onaba wal Coffee Co Ltd D- O 11 Vicars Tr nnd wf to l'onahawnl Coffee Co Ltd D Chaa A Mann and wf to Jack Kaliu nakalu M LcwerH & Cooko Ltd to J Alfred Ma goon , AM Ann Lldg.ito by Tr to -John T On- lick Rel William O Smith Tr to W M Mill ion Par ltd Ah Ting lo Yeet Man L Mai la .1 Forbes by Tr to Tr of Mary ' J Alexander AM Entered for Record June 3, 1S38, from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. ..Chniles A Iliown and wf to J A I Red Mngoon D Llllkalanl Fern et al In J Alfred Mngoon Tr D Fred 1. Wnldron anil wf to Alice E Harrison I) Alice E Hnrrlsou nnd hsb. to Katli orlno A E Murphv D Kulherlno A K Murphy and bid, to Mutual ltldg & Loan Sue of II.... M MILLS LOSES (Continued from Ppx 13 Judged cilhy it any imitenipt or ueiilonccd therefor, the paitlcular circumstances of tho ofi'enso tJiall lio , fully sot forth In such Judgment and I In tho order or wuirant of eoniiilt4 meiit," and If thin qucEtlon Is answer od In tho ulllrniatlve. (3) Is It an ot- cn, r. U , ,h. w- ot,.lwn: 0llir,0 j,qy 2.T Jnl,. In 11 court 100111 while tho touit U ,-, ri,nFllM,(.tl,,ral Mr aiilinliu. engagod In tho trial of n ciusc, or, lina infoimod tho (lovornmeut hero ,ib clnlmed by thu petltlnnei, Is. tho that his Instructions from Toklo aro to (lghtlm ropp' eadble only when dlfctoiiruge. any ftiriher Inllu of Jap piovolced I.) the iia.ty iciibiircd or 1 aneso Into Can Ida., Every Indication .an led to nn oxtiemo unnecessary ''l v, ar and every report received for tclf-protectlon? ! !' '!"- "'"ulKratlon .lepartmcnt point ..,, ,, ... , ,, ,, to tlio fact Unit tho quest 011 of An utlo (.1) The i.igumei.t that tho pctl- ,1IimlKlalllm )0t,n bm,yrMtt.rliy Honor ought to lmvu beon ullowed b0,ti(,(1 K far H tl,i3 country Is cou to iiiovc his nveuuents that tho con- corned. r..--.. ..... .. ... 4..I .. ....... l n Mnl., GARFIELD FOR HAWAII WASII1NRTON, D. C, Jiin0jf5.--'decictary Cnrfleld Is en route to San Francisco, whence he wJll'biUl for Honolulu on the battleship Malno to Investigate labor, tho coastwise trade, and harbor tmpiovcmcnts. m 1 mtw Stop WASIIL N, D. C. Juno view, stutc Japan Is taking Hon ot laboJ to tho United States. -- m 1 CANDIDATE FOR INGTON, D. C. Juno t for Vlco President. V ittfb 1 Jsfat rs m tho coipj In Hays Hammond, tho famous mining engineer, Is now employed by O.m ?uggoiihelms ut a salary of Inco in connection with tho proidH wat-iP tttenccd to death. Oom Paul finally gi anted him clemency. Ho Is JiVc publican. m 1 i PRINCE'S REMAINS ON MANCHURIA dms SAN FRANCISCO, Calif,, June nn, who died today, will bo sen Ivliig hero tho 9th of Juno, ' --t for which he vyns held In con- I .-lpt wns n Justinnblc defenso of his .erson Is based on tho assumption nt this would not bo contradicting tlio adjudged fact thut ho took part I I n fight but would morely supple ment tho record by rIiuwIiik such nil lltlonal faetB, not contrudlcllng It, is would cxonerilto lilni. This eon .cntlon could be sustained In no nth- way than by regarding tho ton In:. -rot forth In tho mittimus us tjl-inolcss or tit tho least na having n .lrgMlve character. However It ... j i be regnrded under other clr- .- tnneea or In other than the. pc -fill, guarded surroundings of u ,-iit of Justice, is, for Instance, In i 1 1a of nn ordinary street fight, tho i ".ting pat t In a light In couit dur l.ig tho progress of n tilal Is neces sailly of n positive character, le ilillrlng Justification, nnd not prima fnclo Innoietit or coloiless conduct. In Ev Parto 0"cal, 125( Fed. 1(07, tho relator wan held for contempt In resisting an nlflccr of thu Federal Court lu tjio execution of Its orders. The additional fails allowed to bo picfcnti'd to bupplcmont the record "do not materially thaiigc the status of tho caso" us "It would seem to bo ImmatPilal -whether nt the tlmo of tho leslstnnce the couit wan actually In session with a Judgo ptesent In the district, or whether tho place; of resistance was forty or four hundred feet fiom tho nctual place where the court was usually held." Hut tho facts which tho petitioner olfeied to show would contradict tlio rctotd In bo far as they remove cul pability from tho net which had been held to be a contempt. If tho court hud termed tho petitioner's conduct disorderly behavior by taking part In n fight ovldonco would not ho al lowed to show that tho behavior was not disorderly. In habeas corpus n retrial of facts Is never allowed, the questions for consideration being whether tho court had 'general Jurisdiction, which was not exceeded, nnd whether the fnctB stated In tho warrant show that nil offense of contempt wiib com mitted. Question 3 Is answered In tho ninrmntlvc. Mills was asked this noon whother ho would pay tho line or chooso the alternative. He declined to state, nnd referred tho reporter to Attorney Ltglitfoot, who Is tho partner ot Judges Quarlcs, who acted us 51111s' attorney. Ltglitfoot, said MI113, could tell cvety thing about what his course of action would be, Ltglitfoot, when seen, said that he had advised Mills to pay tho lino. This, ho thought, was the most sensible thing to do, ns theio could bo nothing gained by go ing In Jail, nnd ho expected that Mills would follow his advice. AUSTRALIA PROPOSES TO GIVE FLEET SUPPLIES. Washington, Mny 24. Approximate ly fi.Oon.oun Is the estimate of tho cost of tho coal consumed by tlio Atlantic fleet when It will havo llnlshcd Its crulso mound tho world. Tho call mato ot tho eciBt Tlf coal necessary to move tlio fleet from Sim Francisco to Hampton Roads by way of Honolulu, f Manila and Suez canal has been ro- ported by tho chief of tho Iliiroau of Equipment ns nmomitlug to $2,039.C0O. Tho Navy Department has been In receipt of unofficial communications fiom the Australian flovornment, of fering to rural-h without co.st tho co I rcquiieil dining the visit of tho com mand In Awunllen v .iters. Of course, the Oovoinineiit could not think of co coining iiurli nn iirtor and nrrango- monts have been made In ti-u Auic.l c.iu coal for the entire crulua. JAPAN'S RESTRICTION-; SATISFY CANADIANS. Japanese 2. Ambassador Tiikahlra. In nn Inter- menbiues to enttiely stop tho cmlgru- 1 VICE PRESIDENT 2. John Hnys Hammond has entered S D00,000. per annum. Ho camo Into Jnuilcron raid In South Africa and 2, Tho remains of Prlnco Kawana- t to Honolulu on tho Manchuria, XSaSSKJtK 3C.K K K H S S X ARRIVED M Tuesday, Juno 2. Tug Knenri", Jorgcnseti, from Pearl Harbor. Wednesday, Juno .1. U. S. S. Iioqunln, Carter, fiom Pearl Harbor, I p, m. Am. schr. Robert Lewcrs, "Under wood, fiom Port Tovvntend, 2:30 p. tn. H K S K JI X X 3C 3C jr M )( 35 K 51 DEPARTED W K R K 3C X ft K X K Si V. K U X Tuesday. Juno 2. Stmr W. fl. Hnll. Tulloft, Tor Kan.il uorlx, at r, p tn Stmr. Ivvnluin, Of If, tor Molokal and Maul lioits, nt t p in. , Stun- twaliinl, :oir, for Moloknl and Maul p'irts, at S p. m. Ni'cdnesdny, Juno 3. O. H. 8. Alatnedii, Dowdell, for San Frnnclmi. nt 10 n. in. Stmr. Maul, Uriihn, for Hawaii portB, no m, II. S. S. Iroquois, Carter, for Poatl Harbor, 10 a., in. r . t g a m iv )(, H X . t. ;t X jf 3( J tt, Jt 1( f SAH.ING TODAY v k x 3i. if m ;; 3; ?f a 3: n it k it Stmr Maul, lliiihn. for Panuliau. Ko- hilalele, Kuknlau Ook iln, Laupaliuc lion. P.ipaaloa. ut S p. m. & 11 M 3t K X 3. 31 K X !S It 3f 3t 31 31 PASSENGERS ARRIVED . K rf 3C 3C X X A . ;:, 3f K 3t !C M 31 3t Per stmr. Klnuu, Oregory, Juno 3, from Kauai. N. Oielg, Mrs. W. (Irelg. child and Foivunt, Mrs, Linrron, I,.' Wcliizheliuer, Mw. Dehllug, John Men des, K. Tnkela, C. W. Daldwlii, Mys. Gomes. O. Inoiiye, M. Motsiicliltu, It. Ito nnd 51 deck. V K 3? A 3t X 3? 3 M C 31 VC K 3t 1!- PASSENOERS DEPARTED 3 i Xi Jt )t K X. 3C A X ;. g v. Jt V. Jt , Per O. S. 8. Alameda, Dovvciell, for San Franclbco, Junu 3, 10 a. 111. Miss J. L. Drown, Rev. II. Dlnghim, Mis. p. J. Cooper, Miss A, Crozler, J. S. Carton, Mrs. L. II. Coau, M. I. Dow, Miss A. P. Dcnnlson, Mrs. Feirclra, T. F. Oasslgan, L. T. Oarnscy, Mrs. O. L. Keeucy, Mm. S. L. Montnguo, C. D. Miner, Miss L. Mutch. I. P. Now-some, Dr. O'Diy, .Mrs. O'Duy and thrco chil dren, Capt. I. It. Parker, R. Sharp, Mrs. Sharp, 2 children nnd maid, J. A. Scott. S. Toplltz, Mlt,B Underwood, A. K. Virgil, .Mrs. Virgil. Mis. J. A. Vorrot and Infant, W. O. Walker, Mm. II. Womer mid child. W. H. MntheV md wife. MIbs A. C. Hendricks, A. O. M. Robcitsou and wife. Mis. O. C. Scott, Dr. Raymond, F. C. Eiigleston, II. W. Prouty, C. A. lliowli and wife. II. Roseiibiiig. Per stmr. W. 0. Hall, for Knual ports, Juno 2. Miss W. Silvn, S. Hob IiiFon, A. Robinson, E. J, Hanks and wife. Mis. P. Weber, It. O. Heudeisoii, C. Hay, Judgo Haidy. Per t-tmr. Iwalaiil, for Molokal nnd Ma-nl iiortSj,Juno 2. Wm. Mutch, Rov. A. D. Weymouth, Leo King. HONOLULU WEATHER Ji-il Juno 3. Temperatures fl n. m., 71; 8 n. 111., 71: 10 n. 111., 73; noon, 78; morning minimum, 71. Ilarometer, 8 a. m., 30.10; nhsnluto hunildlty,. S n. m., 4.9S4 grains per cubic foot; relntlvo humidity, 8 n. in., CC per ce'ht; dow point, 8 a. m., C3. Wind 0 a m., velocity 3, direction E.; 8 n. in., velocity 12, direction N. K.f 10 n. m.. velocity 12, direction N. E.; noon, velocity 12, direction N. K. Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 iu m , trqeo. Total- wind movement dining 21 huuiB ended et noon 258 miles. WM. II, STOCKMAN, Section Director, U. 8. Weather Ilureau. Piesldcnt Roosevelt holds confer onco with amateur lightweight chnni plon nnd tells him to "lick Hrltlsh erfl." QET IN EXT to yourself and let us build that ca noe, roviiiR-boat, or yacht which you have in mind. We'll have it ready in no time, and the price will be 50 low that you will wonder how we can do it. We've done it, however; so we KNOW. Charles D. Walker, Boat and Machine Works, , King near AJapaf. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES. Yeo Chan & Co., PHONE G27, King & Bethel Sts. CHOICE CUT ROSES" CARNATIONS VIOLETS, ETC., ETC. Mrs. E. M. Taylor, VOUNG BUILDINQ TEL. 339 Bread The Best In Town. SINGER'S BAKERY, TEI. 527. KING ST. The latest and largest assortment of hand-made and painted leather postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow ers and Fruits, at WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,' Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant. & u w (I