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K , 9 ' evening nuLtrr in. honlomj. t ji.. SATtmoAV, AT-n.,, wo. , . . ,
P.j .1 Sn.lw I II III. I III! III "'.-i-L.-' J-l V 1-r.'"-- V "
Honolulu First Degree,
Honolulu Chapter, n. A, M.
note Croix Rcaular.
Hawaiian Second DeQrec.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting members of the
Order tiro cordially Invited to
attend wee tlngi of local lodges
Meet on the
2ml and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' Sh ' A.,ol
BENEFICIAL AVIATION, elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
McetH every Mondny evening nt
7:30 iu I. O. O 1 Unit, Furt Streot.
E. R. IIHN'ORY. Secretary.
II. K. McCOY. Noble Gramt .
All visiting brnthcru very lordlnlly
.:OAHU I0DQE, No. 1. K. of P."
Mcots every first and third I'rl
day ovcnlngnt 7.3(1 In K. of I', lldll,
corner l'urt and llerctuiila. Visiting
brothers rordlallv Invited Id uttond.
WM. JONES, C. C.
o r iii:iNU. k. u. s.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. G1C, II. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Ilrotlicm are cordially
Invited to attend.
n. a. nouTiiiTT. i:. it.-
11. U. EASTON, Sec'y,
-HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
i,u uays oi eacn nionm in iinignis oi
fy l'ytlil.iB Ilnll. Visiting brothers cor
dially luM'Pil to attend.
1'. lIHiCHNS, Sachem.
i:. V. TODD, 0. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O.'E.
Meets on the 2nd nnd 4th WED:
NESDAY evenings of each month at
r? 7:30 o'olock In K. of P. Hall, corner
fi Dcrctnula and I'ort streets.
, Visiting Eagles aro invited lo nt
F v. n. riley, w. p.
' , b VM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
p Wm, McKinlcy Lodge, No. 8, K. of V
V& Meets ever 2nd and I til Saturday
K cvonlng at 7 3D o'clock In K. of 1".
Hi-Hall, cor I'm c and llcretuula. Visit
'uliig brotheiH (ordlally Invited to at-
jf- II TvYLOR. C t'.
$ a. a. jacohsuk, k. it. s.
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO, 0. GUILD Manager
.Stop Paying Rent
' Sco the
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO. .
Phone 653. 83 Merchant St.
, $500 to S15.000
HOMES I'OR SALE in different
parts of town and near town, Easi
" UNIMPROVED PROPERTIES
HOUSES FOR RENT
83, Mr reliant St Tel. 7Rfl
W win I mmhiiii
UUm.ti.Mhi AUa rn "tou
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOIjNCj.
Friday, April 8.
C V Wnlfcrs, Nnnlvhn, W. Irwin,
Thunday, April 7.
(I. I) O'Nell S S. Wehster, Wnter
town, Mrs I,. C. Tinln, llnnn; J. J.
Walsh Kahulul. it Dars'o-i, Hnnn.
Wednesday, April 6.
II 1 1 1 dt'ii Hun Francisco.
AT THS HAWAIIAN. .
Friday, April 8.
M .Inngenrrl. Wnhlawa; Mrs. A
K ieKt r Yokohama; .1. It Davis.
Thursday, April 7.
A SI John T A lltnry Maul, Mrs
V II. Anderson Maul
Wednesday, April 6.
Mr and Mrs V. I.. Armstrong, Lei
lehua; D. I. Clnik. Los Angeles, Cnl
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Whltnc) & Marsh have n special
showing this week of towels, sheets
and pillow cases.
YVIieiever there are people who np
pfeclato n good heir jou'II find that
ltalnlcr llecr Is the moit popular.
if your fountain pen Is nut forking
Just right take It to A. It. Arlclgh &
Co.. who will repair It and ginrantoe
nil their work.
Mlsi I'ower, Huston Illock, has re
cently received some St tho prettiest
hats ever shown here. Theso aro In
the wry latest tnodels.
Among the handsome Hart. Schaff
uer & Marx suit recently received nt
Sllva'4 Toggery aro some particularly
stunning effects In grays nnd blues,
both plain nnd pattern weaves.
There Is lioal'li and happiness In ev
ery bottle of I'rlmo Deer. It puts rich
red blood In your veins and gives you
vim nnd lgor. Order n cRse for your
Tho very best of laundry work Is
done by tho French Laundry, 25b Hero
tnnla Muet. All tho vvolk Is douo hy
hand mi that even tho most detlcato
ifurmejits ran bo safely Intrusted to
Tho bachelor In Honolulu will find
no more delightful homo than tho
luMcl Majestic, corner of Fort and Her
ftnnla Btrects, Ths rooms nro nicely
furnished and well cared for and tho
: : AT KIPAPA GULCH
Tho 'rock-erushlng plant which
Ii.ih been In opcratlou by the city
and county at Kwa district, for many
months past has been transferred to
K I papa Oulch. The plant w'JII fur
nish material for tho now roadway
now being built through the gulch.
ISLANA BOY DIES IN CANTON.
Soraph K. Chang, former student of
Oahti collcgo. died In Canton, China,
on March C. Ho wan a brother of
Messrs. Chang Klin nnd Chung Chuu
of this city.
Tho rcwit ot his death was received
hero yesterday by (ho Manchuria. Tho
deceased was an Island boy, and made
many frlonds. Ho was one M tho en
thuslastlc nthlctcs In, school.
j3SJf-QULLETIN ADS PAY
Special Sale of
For Four Days Only
All High-Grade Goods at a, Great
Saving Over Regular Prices
Thursday, Friday and
April, 6, 7, 8, 9
Fort Street, opp. Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL'
Autos, $1 per hour lO.wls' Stables.
Telephone 603 m havo Uiundry
called for and delivered quick
Pine copperplate engraving and
pt luting at Ileakbano's, Fort street.
Arctic Soda. I.clthend nnd Wood
ward, phono 657, 1203 Miller street
Don't miss tho Ilehedak masqucrndn
ball Saturday night nt K, of I. hall.
Embroidered tiousseaiiB nnd tnncy
nccdlnwork. Mr. II. Dell, 1C2 Hotel
Frederic L, Morong. M. D., physician
and surgeon, has opened offices nt 270
tlcretanla street. Offlco hours 1M,
3-5. nnd 7-8.
There is no cracker Just as good aa
Pnradlso. Your grocer will supply
you. 10.000 free sample packages will
be distributed hero next week.
Tho only soda uorks In town where
ou can get Hires' Hoot llecr nnd Iron
I'ort also hnve distilled water. Con
solidated Soda Water Works. Feb 71.
Mul Jiick itolierts nt the Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
Tient. You will get gnol goods nnd
iourtepiis treitmenl the-p,
American Steam Laundry docs deli
cate fabrics by hand. Dry cleaning
ladles' dresses. Clothes cleaned nnd
pressed. Work advertises Itself. Auto
delivery. Phono 503.
Call nt the thow rooms nnd get
twenl.v-flve Orcen Stamps free. Every
thing In tho show room Is froo for
flreen Stamps. Call today or nny day
lU'ictiinln opposite Klro 8!ntlon.
Much complaint has been raised
over the wretched condition of n por
tion of the road lending from Walakcn
district to the Inter-lslnnd wharf at
Hllo. Tho papers from tho Ilalny City
call lustily for relief,
n. V. Dillingham of tho Hllo Hall
way Company lias written a lottcr lo
tho Haw-all Herald In which he states
that tho rnllwny company will not bo
ready to extend that lino to tho vol
enno for several years.
One of our local garages has
iccclved orders from F. A. Rudforil
to havo two nutos nt tho wharf to
meet tho Siberia when that vessel nr
rives here Mr. Itudford expects to
spend soino tlmo in tho Islands.
Tho Auto Livery Co. l'hono 6, is now
under tho management of Qulnn, Itcli
and Qulnn, eleven first class 7-sontcd
cars; Packards, Thomas-Flyers, etc.
Round tho Island trips a specialty, C
passengers, JtO.OO. Rest city scr.
A Russian named Ancsee Klslloff
appeared beforo Cork Murphy of tho
United States District Court yesterday
nnd secured his first naturalization
papers. Ho states that he will en
deavor to Join thy, United States Army
as soon ns lie learns English.
Leo Kocn, who it seems is mixed up
In the opium smuggling business, has
been nrrestcd at Honokan with some
of tho goods In his possession, also a
few empty opium cans that wcro
stamped nnd in a condition to ho filled
nt tho convenience of tho prisoner.
' A Filipino laborer at I'uaullo plan
tation on Hawaii has stabbed a follow
countryman. Tho uffalr occurred over
a Filipino vvonutn supposed to havo
been the qucredn of tho llttlo brown
man who committed tho crlmo, Tho
man wns killed nnd tho woman badly
Injured but will live.
Yesterday afternoon while a Japan
ese wall I no vvaB busy Ironing gomo
clothes tit her homo at tho back of
tho Old Plantation, her two-year-old
baby who was playing nround tho
backyard In some way fell into a pond.
nnd although allvo when taken from
tho water, died shortly afterwards.
Today nt noon there was a sheriffs
snlo on nn automobile that nnd been
attached by Harry T. Mills on a Judg
ment. Tho machine Is an OldsmobltH
of tho runabout typo, nnd Is in a vory
dilapidated condition. At miction it
brought tho magnificent prlco of SU,
nnd was bought In hy Attorney Mills,
who, it In rumored, is going In for tho
Our observation of tho nvorngo
collego student lends us to conclude
Hint smoking a pipe Is about the
only thing ho cun learn without tho
Kjrvlccs of u coach. Topcka Capital.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
RUSSIAN. GIRL IS ,
NOT GIVEN AWAYi
Another Thought That
Child Was Getting
Another attempt of tho mornlns
paper to misrepresent the Immigra
tion question nnd the situation of
the Russians wns the harrowing
story of n Russian mother giving
nwny lior daughter to a Hnwnllnn
woninn. The mother was reported
to havo given her starving baby girl
to a Mrs. Dinah McDurhnm, who
had expressed n vvlali for children tn
Hake cato of.
This morning the woman convej
cd the Russian child to the sheriff's
oftlco nnd, producing n copy of the
morning paper, enquired If It was
meant that she could adopt tho
child. The Hawaiian woman was
surprised to fli.d a delegation of Rus
sians nnd nn Interpreter waiting nt
tho sheriff's olhce. As soon as tho
womnn entered with tho child, the
Russians showed every sign of Joy,
and tho baby girl at onco jumped
Into the nrniB of Its mother, who
hnd spent the nlghl weeping nuJ
searching for her daughter, whom
sho mourned "ns lost In this vast
Then the Interprc.er took n hand
and there was a lively five minutes.
Tho look of horror that overspread
tho mother's face when "Sho heard
that sho wns supposed to have given
her child nwny, wns evidence enough
to cnnvii.ee nnjbndy that there hnd
been n mlstako ninde somewhere.
It appears that the Russian moth
er hnd met the Hawaiian woman
and, after n lot of signal talk, the
mother had Imagined that Mrs, Mc
Durham wanted lo tako tho little
girl uptown nnd buy her some
candy. This was readily agreed to.
and the merry party started off. Late
that night the mother became alarm
ed at tho absence of the girl, and a
search was Instituted, No truce of
the lost child was found until the
pollco stntlon was reached. The
mother turned nngiy on tho Inter
preter when ho slid that It had
been printed In n p-pcr that she hnd
given her baby nwuy. "No, no,"
she cried; "not for one million rou
bles would I part with my llttlo
Anna. I never gnve her to tho Ha
waiian womnn; I t Hough t she w.n
going to 'buy sweetmeats for Anija.
I did not understand tho woman's
sign language. (Ilvo Anna away!
Not for anything; she is my pre
cious one." That speech settled the
matter and all tho burly Russians
shed tears on each other's shoulders
as the reunited faintly departed for
tho camp nt Iwllci.
Per P.-M. S. 8. Manchuria, for San
Francisco, Apr 9: Julius Bayer, Por
cy Cleglrnrn, Mrs. II. Schultzo nnd 2
boys, Wlllnrd E. Ilrown, wlfo nnd 2
children, Geo. F Davles, wifo 3 chil
dren nnd maid, Mr. nnd Mrs. Warper,
Mrs. John W. Turner Miss Sadlo Tur
ner, Miss Sndlu Cox, J, E. Adams nndJ
wlfo, F. M. Bwanzy, wlfo and daugh
tc'r, Miss Miriam Coffee, Mrs. K. S
Darnctt, Mrs. A. O. Hawcs, Jr., Miss
Deartlco Castle, Mrs. J. II. Hough, J,
F. C. Hagcns and wlfo, MlsstlCcaloha
Kekclu. A, Humbiirg, wlfo and child,
C. E. Cliapln and wlfo, L. 11. Tonne
kins nnd wlfo, Thos. Weir nnd wlfCi
Mrs, C. II. rtrown, Mrs. Mortimer
Smith, F. A. Somors and wife, W. T.
Lucas and wlfo, Mrs. T. R. Alley, Miss
Alley, A. II. Alley, Mrs. John II. No
vlllo, Mrs, R. N. Strong, W. A. Pablo,
Mrs. E. W. Anderson, Geo. W. Smith,
wife ami son Miss J M. Hummcll, Mm
Lombard, J. K. Woodrow, Chas I. Lin
berg. II. Grcppln, E. L. Marshall, Mjs
Mary Curtis, J. A, McCnndlcsSj Chong
Jock I.nl, 8. II. Cammnll, T. T. Or0Ives
Miss Dorothy Grcuvcs, Itov. J O'llrlcn
E. II. Hamlin, J C. Skinner and wife,
Ilurrows party, H, W. Hilton, Mrs, L
Swift, Mrs. J. Llbby and mnl-1, Miss
Ruby Longhran, J. Ota nnd wife, A.
U nonney and wlfo. Mr. nnd Mm.
Robert Lowers, Miss Ethel iloyer, Mrs
V ir 'rn!li..u .,h.i hti.i n tr tva.i
4 VUMIItO ,11111 i:il,IU, 4V. Alt 1 VIH
Miss T. Do Nlko, Chong Koon Cheo
Mrs. n. von Dnmm and 2 children, W,
H. Warner, Mrs. Warner, Miss H
IN FOREIGN POnT
Saturday, April 9.
SALINA CRUZ Bulled April 7; S. 8
Arlzonlnn, foi Sun Francisco,
SALINA CRUZ Arrived April 8: S. S.
Virginian, from Hllp, Mnr. 28.
YOKOHAMA- Arrived April 8: 8, 8
Korea, hence Mnr. 28,.
SAN FRANCISCO Anlved April 9!
8. 8. China, from .Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Anlved April 9:
8 S. Hyndes, from Kahulul Mar, 30.
"Tho courts have decided that a
woman has no right tn open her
hHibnud'n mnll " "My vvlln royoired
that decision bofnio It was inudo.'
OPEN 10 PUBLIC
Solar Transit Is The
Largest In The
A number of the subscribers of tho
Knlmuki Oucrvatory nnd rcprescntn
lives of the Press wcro present nt tho
opening Inst night when the different
Instruments wore explained tn them.
Tho observatory Is now complete
iinil the Inelriimcnts havo all been
mounted and aro ready for work. Tho
Instrument that required the greatest
nmount of care In setting up was the
astronomical transit. This la a !U4
Inch ()itecn Instrument nnd Is complete
with nil ncccssorles. Tho trnnslt frnmo
Is a massive bronze casting with vert
ical sldo pillars and Is provided with
n roverslvo mechanism to Insure nc
curacy of transit bearings.
Tho solnr transit differs from ' tho
ordinary theodolite In that tho barrel
which carries tho lens svstcin Is cap
able of compete rotation or a com
plete trnnslt, from which It takes its
nnme. Tho Collego of Hawaii's In
strument Is equipped with an elegant
set of levels for adjusting tho nxls ot
the Instrument to n perfect level,
which, incidentally Is tho most diffi
cult of Jill adjustments to make.
Tho V-shaped bronzo blocks on sldo
pillars piovldc an absolutely accuratu
and unjleldlng support for tho revers
ing mechanism. Tho crors hairs of
the transit aro Illuminated hy special
lamps at cither end of tho reversing
This trnnslt Is the largest and tho I
moU nccdra'o instrument of tho kind
In tho Territory, nnd will undoubtedly
piovo of much vnlue to scientific work
ers who with to engage In research
work along astronomical lines.
The College of Hawaii contemplates
tho installation of a time-hall, to 1)3
used In connection with tho Transit,
whereby the exact time can be given
every day nt noon, this observation Ic
ing tho meridian observation of tho
Tho observatory building In which
thu Instruments nro housed comprises
three rooms. The dome room In which
Is tho telescope. Is 18 feet square. Thu
wings on either sldo nro 10 feet square.
The domo is 14 feet fi Inches In dia
meter ami revolves hy means of spec
ial mechanism There is an opening
20 Inches vvldo through onu sldo of
tho domo a llttlo past the center,
through which observations will bo
The concrete footing for the transit
is masslvo and Is built down to solid
rock in order to give a thoroughly solid
mounting. The telescope support Is
much larger and Is mounted at nVomo-
what higher elevation In tho observ
atory to give as largo a range of ob
servations us possible. Tho concreto
foundations for tho telescope aro 0
feet squaro at tho baso. tapering to a
30-Inch circle at tho top, upon which
the telescope rests.
Tho barrel of thu telescope is about
7 feet long and carries u 0-Inch system
which Is nothing moro than n smaller
whlc his nothing moVo thnn n smaller
tolescopo nt the sldo, mounted with
its axis parallel to the tolescopo prop
er Knlmuki wns selected ns n silo for
this ohservntory on account of a par
ticularly clear atmosphere hnd Us ac
cessibility. Tho axis of tho ohserv
ntory building is set m a lino directly
north nnd south.
OVER 800 VACCINATED ON
(Continued from Pace 1)
In-law iir Honolulu, Dr. und Mtb.
Hon, J. P. Ilray. U. 8. Cbnsul-Gon-eral
at Sydney, Is on his way to
Washington, I), C
Hon, Hamilton King, II. 8, Em
bassador to Slain, Is also on his way
to Washington, and Is iiccompanlud
by his wlfo nnd daughter.
Ilaron von Rlchthofcn, having
been connected with tho German
Embassy at Toklo, now goes tn lake
up his new post at Washington,
0 A. Steven leturns home after
ton months In the Philippine Islands
resulting Filipino labor.
Melville E. Stono Is a proponent
newspiiper man of tho United Statos.
Ho Is president of tho Associated
Press of Ameilca, and Is nn his way
nomo after having i.uide a tour ot
The Manchuria will sat) nt six
o'clock this evening, taking over
one bundled" nassencers lo San'Fran
cIsco. Tho vessel's departure wilt
bo the occasion fnr nil mpiomplii
concert by tho Territorial hand,
ONE OF TUB Weir Lino frolghtors
has been dispatched from Nowcastlo
N. 8. W. with ii shipment of Australian
coal for Honolulu. According to n
"'bin received liv the Inenl branch of
tho atorchnntn' r.vchnnco, tho vo-inf-j
Hearing mo namo iu iiucriv n nun
onrouto to thia port,' ." , i
t ARRIVED J DEPARTED
Friday. April 8.
Hnngklng via Japan porta 'Man
churia, P. M. 8. B., 3 p. m.
Saturday, April 9.
Hllit via way ports Manna Ken,
rlnir., a m.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE
Sunday, April 10.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Kauai ports Klnau. stmr.
Monday, April 11.
San rranclsc- Nippon Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 8.
Manila via Nnghsakl Sheridan, U.
3. A. T.
Tuesday, April 12.
8nn Francisco Novadan, A.-H. S, 8.
Wednesday, April 13.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Thursday April 14.
Hawaii nnd Mnui ports Claudlno,
Friday, April 15.
Hongkong and Japan ports Chljo
Maru, T K. K. S. 8.
Saturday, April It.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Koa,
Sunday, April 17.
Sallna Cruz, San Francisco, Scatllo
Columbian, A.-H. 8. 8.
Maul nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Knual ports Klnau. stmr.
Per stmr, Mauna Kea, from Hllo via
way ports. April 9. W. II. Hoyt and
wlfo, D. Schnniway nnd wlfo. Miss E.
Rcld, Miss I. limes. Mrs. Robsnn, A.
V. Cooke, Mrs. Nellson, Mrs. Hunc
well nnd maid, Mr. Hunnewcll nnd va
let. H. II. rnuegor anl wlfo Misses
Pfluegcr (2), Miss it. Cooke. J. C.
Pltuegor A. E. Jordan. I). Lycurgits,
R. W. Filler, Miss Mngec, J. Grace, W.
L. Emory, A. W. Kerch, J. T. Molr. I).
T McCorrlston. Mnster QaspcV, Mrs.
J Carlo, Mrs. Mcldcros and son, P.
Dartcls, C. Weallicrhec, C. E, King
Mrs. T Andrews. II. Kndamn, 8. 8he
ba. E. Sanborn, Mrs, Waldbrldge, W.
T. Rnwllns. L. M. Hale, J, Carvnlho I.
Y. Dlgclow. W. C. Achl. A Horner. F.
Sclby, M. Mnrllney, Mntsul, J. Hall
nnd wlfo, D. I). Mnconachlo, Mrs. A.
Mason, J. A. Palmer, Wong Bo, Okl
wlfo and child, Noglml and win, Yn
mamoto, J. Jorgenson, Geo. Kaiser
Mrs. J. K Notlcy. K. 8. GJerdriim, Si-
to, V, Komngo, K. Mcguno Joe Enos,
Son TJ Leo, Koon Hung Yung, 8, in
mamoto and wlfo, Mlyamaho and wife,
Chong Mon, Leo Ron, II. Akono, W,
II. Rico und wlfo, W. II. Rico. Jr.. R.
Ilnnd H. Ilond, A. Ronton, W. O. Aiken
and wlfo A. L. Paschall, Masters Wal
lace (2) D. L. Austin D. Hind, J. Hind
D. Carey, A, Sutherland, J. A. Gorman.
Per P. M S. S. Manchuria, from
Yokohama, Apr. 8. for Honolulu:
Poultncy nigelow, F A. Calno, H. IJ.
P. Cardcn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul do Kcr
borg, O. M. Harding, P. F. Kolly. Jas,
Mooro, O. A. Steven, A. O. Taylor.
IIII.O shipping Includes tho follow
ing vessels according to Purser Phil
Ipps report brought to Honolulu by
tho steamer Mauna Kea. Tho O. M,
Kellogg discharging general cargo.
Tho Matson steamer Entcrpriso load
ing sugar and sundries and scheduled
tn sail for San Francisco on Tuesday.
Tho schooner Taurus expected to sail
today for Elcolo to finish discharging
cargo, Tho bark Rlthct Is discharging
there; Tho Amcrlcun-Hawallan steam
er Mexican sailed for Sallna Cruz on
Wednesday with a full shipment of
THERE WAS a full list pf cabin
passengers arriving from Hllo 'nnd
vvny ports this morning by tho lutein
Island steamer Mauna Kea. Tho ves
sel met with fair weather on tho homo
war trip. Tho vossel also brought a
unull shipment of Hawaii and Maul
freight. Purser Phlllpps roports tho
Kululnnl having rcturnod to Hllo nf(or
having received her soml-auniial over
hauling clonnlru; nnd repainting, Tho
steamer Ilelono wns passed at Paau
hau nnd tho Likollka at Kukulhacle,
PURSER PHILH'PS of tho steamer
Muuua Kea from Hllo and vvny portk
rejwrts tho following sugar awaltlnp1 j;rcar- "J""0" 0'"nploll. Mrs. J,
shlpmout nn Hawaii; Plan. '383 00,n,VA- "'" Ml" Bton"-
Wnlaltoa, 3000:, Hawaii Mill, 1878
Walnaku. 20 SOU; Onomoa, ,14,000; Po
peoker 90P0; Honomu, 14,500; Hnkn
Inn. tS'QOO: l.uupa'lioelioo, 800Q; Ooka
la, 3000; Kiikalaii (D). 898;. Kuku'Uu
(II). 11(12: llaniakun, .1260; Paaphau,
10 300: lIonoKaa. JC.000; Kukulhacle:
4000; Punuluu, 8SS4 anil llonuupo 50St
THE A'mcTlcan-Hawitilan ficlgh(;r
Alaskan hearing New York cargo
leaving that po'it by tho Californlan
on March 8th, hah arrived nt Ban Fran
cisco onroutOkto Honolulu hy the way
Tho following wireless lu.s been ro
celYed by the ngeiits tiom thu 8, S,
"Slcira, April 8, 1010, 8 p, m. Eight
hundred twenty-flvo miles from Hon
lulu. Light nlnVilnnit easteilv swell,
clojir weather All well" -, t
Hp-QULL'ETlN ADS PAY-jp
Friday, April S.
Mnui ami Hawaii porta Claudlno,
stmr., 6 p. m.
Hawaii ports Mol Wnhlno, schr., 4
VE88ELS TO DEPART
Saturday, April 9.
San Francisco Atnnchurla, P. M.
8. 8., G p. m.
Sallna Cruz via Port Allen, Kahulul,
nnd Hllo Mlssourlaii, A.-H. 8. S., p. in.
Monday, April 11.
Japan ports and Hongkong Nippon
Mnru. T. K. It 8. 8.
Knual ports Noeau, ntmr.
Tuesday, April 12.
San Francisco Lurllno, M. N. 8. H.
8an Francisco Sheridan. U. 8. A. T.
Hllo and way ports Mauna Koa,
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul nnd Moloknl porta Mlkahala,
stmr , )
Thursday, April 14.
Knunl ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Friday, April IS.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, T. It K.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Saturday, April 16.
San Francisco Nevadnn. A.-1I. S. 8.
Monday, April IS.
Japan ports and Hongkong Siberia,
P. M. 8. 8.
Knual ports Nocnu, stmr.
Tuesday, April 10.
Hllo via vv-ny pvts Mauna Kea,
Kauai portB Klnau, mr.
Mnui nnd Molokal ports Mlkahala,
Thursday, April 21.
Knual ports W. G. Ilnll, stmr.
Friday, April 22.
Mnui nnd Hawaii ports Clniiillno,
Saturday, April 23,
Snn Francisco Asln, P. M. 8. 8.
Monday, April 25.
Knual ports Noeau, stmr.
Tuesday, April 26.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea.
Japan ports and Hongkong China
P. M. 8. 8.
Japan ports and Hongkong China,
I". M. 8. 8.
Victoria and Vancouver Makura, C.
A. S. 8.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
' Wednesday, April 27.
Ban Francisco Wllhclinlna. M. N".
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Friday, April 29.
Australian ports via Suva Mnraiun,
C. A. S. 8.
Saturday, April 30.
Japan ports and Hongkong Manshu
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Monday, May 2.
Japan ports and Hongkong Man
churia, V. M. 8. 8.
PA88ENQERS DEPARTED I
Pcr stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Hnwal ports, April 8. Mrs. Mur
phy, Mrs. Pcavcy, M. Ilonson, Mrs. .
C. II. DeBky, Miss J. Massey.
. PASSENGERS BOOKED.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo and
way ports. April 12. Sirs. J. Van Baa
len Miss Renny Catton, E. Longer, A.
L. Stotson, Mrs. Stetson, W. Lanr.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno for Sail
Francisco, Apr. 12 F. M. Swanzy,
Mrs. Bwanzy, Miss Swanzy, Mrs, Slat
tery, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Murphy, Geo.
W. Peary, Mrs. Peary, Mr. und Mrs.
Mcars, Mrs. D. Ancona, Mrs. Mongel,
Daniel Smith, David Manaka, Jan.
Crowd!, Mrs. J. .J, Carey, M, Fisher,
Mrs. Fisher, Mr, Slattcry, J. A. C.
Poterson, Harry Clark, Mrs. E, N.
Englohardt, Miss M. Englchardt, II.
Goodalo Mrs. W. W Gnnilnln. Mluu
Clara Frank, Miss C. A. Cartor. Miss
K. Athortou, Mrs. J. R. Atherton. E. T.
Parsons, Mrs, Parsons, Miss I), Greav
es, Miss 8. Flaxman, F, J. Vierra, Mrs.
Vlcirn. Mr. and, Mre, II. I), qiu Utlaii,
W, P. Thomas. Mrs. W. P. Thomas.
Per stmr, Klnau, for Kauai portJ,
April 12. Marshall Darrach, W. II.
Rico, Mrs. Illco, Miss E. Rico.
Per stmr, Mauna Loa, for Kona
and Kau ports, April 12. Gov. W.
, Malls am ruo at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San Francisco Por Nippon Maru,
Yokohama Per Chlyo Maru. April Hi,
Vancouvor Per Marama, April 29.
Cqonlos Per Makura, April 2fl.
Malls will depart for the follow Ing
points as follows:
San Francisco Por Manchuria, Apr. 9.
Yokohanin Per Nippon Mum. Apr. It.
Colonies Per Marama, April 29
Vancouvor Per Makura, April 26.
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Shorinan, to nrrlvo from San Fran
cisco, April 12v
Sheridan. Balled from Manila for Hn
,nnltlu, March 23.
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