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BVENTNO BULLETIN, nONOMTLO. T. It., THURSDAY. MAT 12, 1910.
Hawaiian Second Degree,
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch
Honolulu Commandery Stated
7:30 p. m.
Honolulu First Deoree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All vlaltlng member! of trie
Order are cordially Invited to
attend mooting! of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Iiniur i-Tin.itrrnM XUCIHOCn 01
ninc cnoinccny other Aiso
KNEFICIAl AVIATION, ciationi cor--tally
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday cvonlng at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. V. Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble-Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C. '
o. f. heine, it nra .
HONOLULU L0DGE616, B. P0-E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, Dl-PrO-V
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday-evening.
Visiting Brothers are cordially
'Invited to attend.
JA8. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It.
GEO, T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
$ HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
rymias nail, visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited to attend.
P. JUGGINS, Sachem.
E, V. TODD, C. of R. '
HONOLULU AERIE .140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec:
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meots every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In It of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. C. 0.
E. A. JACOBSON, It n. B.
A COMPLETE. LINE OF
f Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
May's Old Kona
HENRY MAY & CO.
Consult Sachs' ad today for special
u-galn, for Thursday Friday and Sat-
urday. Very nurhed cuts In pricog of
Dunn's Hat Shop Is now located In
handsome now quarters on Fort
street Jusl obovo Hotel. Completo
new arrortment of millinery.
The pleasant Criterion It tho placo
to go when you want a drink of tho
best boor nr liquor. Everything served
In Just the right way. Corner of Hotel
and Bethel streets.
John Nott, the pioneer plumber, 1R2
Merchant street, near Alakca street,
has n largo stock of the most modo'rn'
plumlilng appliances, Rcforo giving
your ordor for plumbing work you will
do well to look at this stock.
WE HAVEJITH US
Wednesday, May 11.
C. II. Brown, city; P. II. Sheridan
Schnftcld Barracks; A. L. James, Jr.,
Tueiday, May 10.
Ilownrd Sisters. Stephen D. Hcnder.
Schofleld Barracks; W. A. Anderson
nnd wlfo Chicago; E. S. Bob and
wife. Chicago; J. B. Ross, TreUa. Ok
lahoma; Miss Mary Maxwell, city; C.
M. wahnm. cliy.
With tho denial of a motion for tx
now trial this morning by Judge Rob
inson, tho famous 110,009, damago
caso brought by Edward Campbell,
stevedore, (against Hackfeld & Co..
has como to a close.
The first part of tho present week
the Jury In tho trial ot the caso rend
ered, a verdict for the defendant Hack
feld. but the counsel for tho plaintiff
filed a motion for new trial, stating
IhaCfho verdict was not supiwrtcd by
WILFUL PERJURERS. IS
CHAROE OF LIGHTFOOT
(Continued from Page 1.)
floors should I sit here and listen to
tho counsel tor the defense pouring,
out tho vials of his wrath against
them and make no reply- Ho calls
McDuffle, that fellow McDuffle. I
iionOtlthlnk that counsel should loso
ills tempor and call others names or
brand them as perjurers In the open
court. I bcllevo that tho verdict of
JJi'e. Jury .In this case Is In accordance
with the testimony given.
"I have not peeked through the
hole that tho counsel for the do
fenBe has, but I have heard from men
who did so, and In whose testimony
I have every confidence. Any dis
crepancy In the testimony Is due to
the. case being tomewhat old, and
witnesses could not expect to remom
ber unimportant details.
"The testimony of these officers
was given in good f.'.lth and tho ma
terial facts are true. Theso officers
need no vindication at my hands
tholr work speaks for Itself."
Attorney Llghtfoot was on his feet
as soon as Cathcart finished, and he
said that If tho prosecutor had look
ed through the holo he would not
have made the statements which he
had just made. "It what McDuffle
and Kellett tald Is true, then .1 am
a perjurer for my testimony on the
stand In this case, and 1 Invito the
City and County Attorney to set' the
law In motion to see It I did commit
perjury when 1 stated that McDuffle
could not see what ha' said he saw.
Judge Cooper, In pronouncing sen
tence, confirmed the sentenco ot the
lower court partly, but In the other
caBcs ho did not. Nine of tho jnon,
never having beon arrested previous
ly on the same charge, were fined
$7 and to share the costs. The other
four, being old offenders, had a fine
of $50 and costs assessed against
Counsel for the defense gave no
tice of appeal on a writ of error and
was given until June 6 to preparo
tho bill or exceptions, Prisoners
were admitted to ball, nine In the
sum of 120 and four In tho sum of
Attorney Llghtfoot wanted tbem
released on their own recognisance,
but the court thought otherwise.
NBW .- TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of E. 0. Hall & Son,
Ltd., held May 12, 1910, tho follow-
I Ing officers and directors were
Rioted for the onsittng year:
Prealdent W. W. Hall
Vlce-Presldeut and Secretary,,...
B. O. White
Treasurer ami Manager., E. II, Paris
Auditor Malcolm Mclntyre
Director Wm. Lanz
Director Chns. II. Atherton
.Director. ,, , ,T, .Seymour Hall
E. 0. WHITE.
Sccrotnry, ,R. 0. Hnll & BonLtd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho best soda water. Lclthead &
Woodward, 'phono S67,
7-8cated Auto for hire. Phone 1S9
James Baiter. Young Hotel Stand. ,
-L'r"' " " " n " f??ro
m1Ja ,or drafl of Freh buttV
-Call on Mike Puton at the Encore
Embroldoretl ttousseaua anil fancv
needlework, .Mr. H. Bell. 192 Hotel
If you want a Rood Job done on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
uarnage Mfg. Co., 417 Queen 8t
Taxes property, Income and con-
emtion. First half ( dn nn Mon.
day. Pay np and avoid penalty;
Miss Ruth llokenkamp, who con
tinues the voyage to Guam, will be
come the bride ot one of the staff
Tho Kentucky Baloon Is as famed
for good liquors as the Stato of Ken
tucky. Jack Roberts Is thn nmnrl-
Masano Nakamura was todiy grant
ed an absolute divorce from her hus
band Rlnta, tho grounds being npn
support. There was a very small calendar at
the Police Court this morning, and
nearly all tho cases were sent over
till a future dato.
Manager Tsurushlmn of the Japan-
esu Dally Chronicle, accompanied by
his' family, will arrlvo ort the Tcnyo
Maru tomorrow afternoon from Japan.
Mrs. Onodera, ' wlfo of Editor Ono-
acrn or the Japanese Dally Chronlelo
Is among the passengers to arrive on
tho Tcnyo Maru tomorrow afternoon.
8. Nekemoto. who Is charged by
Food Inspector ( Duncan with soiling
cumpouna 01 nn injurious nature, is
being defended by'E. C. Peters and
the case was set for hearing on May
The preliminary report .of the com-.
njissloner appointed by the court In
the partition .of certain real cstato In
the caso of Mallana Kamakei vs. Let
llhua Kamakca and others, was filed
Sheriff .Jarrett and Chief McDufflo
wont down to Pearl City this morning
to Investigate the'Alea store robbery.
It was thought that a prisoner who
was on trial at tho court know some
thing of the burglary, but nothing was
divcovcrcd In tho way ot clues.
The Women's 'Society of Central
Union church will glvo a social Thurs
day evening In the parish houso. A
very Interesting program will bo giv
en, ono rif the features being a one-act
play entitled "Why Mrs. Gordon DM
Not Hire a Servant." A cordial Invl
tatlon Is extended to evcryono to be
Harry t. White, convict 3d of re
tailing liquor without a license, wan
turned over to tJnltcd Stiles' Mar
shal Hendry by his bondimen fbls
morning, one ot. ills sureties having
withdrawn from tie bond. Ho la hed
by tho .marshal awaiting the orders
of the court.
IMMIGRANT RULE FOR HAWAII.
(Continued from Pace" 1)
(b) Aliens manifested In good
faith to Porto Itlco or Hawaii, who
shall reside there for a time, and
who subsequently desire' to proceed
to the 'United States, shall, upon ap
plication to the Commissioner of Im
migration at San Juan or to tho In
spector In Charge at Honululu, ,be
furnished with the certificate herein
referred to, attesting their previous
(c) Failure to present tho said
certificate shall be deemed presump
tlve ovldence that examination has
not occurred In Porlo Rico or Ha
waii, and the alien shall be1 arrested
In the manner provided by sections
20 and 21 of the Immigration Act,
and deported, unless he shows that
his presence In the country. Is lawful
or that his residence In Porto Rico
or Hawaii or the .mainland, or both,
has exceeded the period of three
(d) Head tax Is not to bo cot.
lected In the cases of aliens 'who ar
rived In Porto Rico or Hawaii prior.
to July 1, 1907, at which tlmo tho
Act of February 20, 1907, took ef
fect, ' (e) The certificate shall be In tho
Form 649. . No
Allen Certificate Insular Territory.
Department of Commerce and Labor,
Port of 191..
This Is to certify that
a native of who arrived at
the port of per steamship
on the 19.
has'been duly Inspected arid register.
ed, and will be, admitted into the
United States upon proper' Identlflca
tlon and payment of head tax, and
surrender ot this certificate, to any
Immigration officer at a designated
port of entry.
The' description of the holder is as
follows: Age .,..; height ....;
weight ....; color of hair ;
color of eyes ....
Remarks (note destination, etc.):
Surrendered at .to Inspec
tor ...i. 191..
(f) Special material facta should
be noted on the back ot tho certifi
cate with proper reference thereto
on the face.
,DANL. J. KERFB.
liF.NJ: 8. OABLR,
City Transfer Co.,
TAS. H. LOVE.
BODY OF SAILOR
This morning at about 1 o'clock n
Hawaiian made n gruesome dlscov-
ery at the Mauna Lna wharf, when
he saw a dead body floating around
near the piles. Tho Hawaiian at
once dived overboard and caught the
corpse by the hand. Anotnor native
threw a ropo to the man In the wa-
tcr. and it wn made fast to tho
bodv. which wa thn hauled out
onto tho wharf. Shortly nftcrwards
tho corpse was Identified as that of
a sailor named A. Lundblom. who at
one time' was a member of the crow
ot the Bab:ock
Lundblom. who was
a Swede and
huoui J I years vi bru, r. .. ...
t . .. ... - M
7 o'clock last evening by a fellow
sailor, and he at that tlmo seemed
In his usual health. The dead man
had announced his intention of ship-
plng.on the bark Foohng Sucy, which
Is to sail soon for the mainland.
Death, however, stepped iri nnd took
chargo of things. Therowan a slight
scrach on the dead man s forehead
Just over the left eye, but no other
signs of violence were found.
An Inquest will be held this oven-
ing at half-past seven o'clock, nnd
Coroner Rose will preside. Foul
play is t:ot suspected, ns It Is thought
Lundblom was partly Intoxicated
when ho fell Into the harbor.
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Mir Kill AN KKIII lllHI
Ulik-lllUnil UIIUUUll 1
kCUf rAVAl RVUFfu
rril It. HI llllnril
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mo iroop quariers oi uio uiiiivu,
States army t-ninort Sheridan .',. 10 cnarK0 of tho c01lnty of Ho
which arrived nt tho Channel wharf ,,. but , lnk u phnilta ,)e n Tor.
at 11 o'clock this morning after n rltora1 offnr t wfls t10 oarllor
seven days' uneventful voyngo from ,, -hcn ,rl)!) wcro maUo j0- othcr
San Francisco. . i.tnnds each vcar nnd it was good fbr
Tho 8herldan Is to make nn ex- 0t,,drs as well ns Honol ilu." said
tended stay at the port, mainly for ll0
tho reason that 620 tons of general "This band has become, a .fnrhbiis
quartermaster supplies must be dls- Institution." ho continued., "and. tour
charged here and' then the troopship B(, Who come hero remember It along
will bo obliged to take on seven vth the Pall, tho surf riders and oth-
hundred tons of coal In order to
carry her to Manila.
The vessol will probably be dls-,1
patched tori the Philippines by the
way of Guam at noon on Saturday
or is soon after that tlmo as circum-!the
stances will permit,
curgcons connected with' tbe'Foderal
hospital there. A dozen or more or
dinary seamen aru bolng taken to
Guam for station.
Upon the Sheridan departing from
Honolulu, Captain J. S. llerron ot
the Second Cavalry will be the rank
Lleut.-Col. H. W. Wheeler of tho
Fifth Cavalry leaves
, th. .nnuin-
omcer on bokrd th. vessel from San,
.,, ',',., ,u n wt,. ih
-"L"!?.. :. ! n,leL0t
Among the army people for Hono
lulu were Second. .Lieut. Homer
uroninger, ana secona ieui. v. w.
Btewart of the yiftn oavairy.
iwoniy-iwo eiiiieieu men ,ior ine
Fifth Cavalry and also the Twentieth
Infantry arrived by tho troopship.
Those, who left the 'transport at this
port Included one .private connected
with the hospital' corps.
THREE MONTHS . .. .
'Harry"-. White, tho cha'uffour who
took four cases of whlskuy to Lclle -
hua and retailed ho same to Boldlcri
on January 10 last, was this afternoon
sentenced Jiy Judge Robertson in tno that liquor cduld be shipped into thu
Fcdoral court to a ffho pf 100 and .Territory undor a prohibition law by
three month's imprisonment. tho statement that ho "thinks It proU
Attorney Harrison for tho defense able" that Congress will stop" tho shty
asked for a minimum sontonco in that men of liquor Into prohibition corn
It was tho prisoner's first offonso and munltles In tho near future. But
ho had not mado a business of selling wpolloy's predictions. and Congressldn.
liquor, also on account of his family. 'B) legislation aro recognized ns con-
The Court In pronouncing sentence stltute two different things,
said that had the prlsonor sat by and . ' m
loft lt to the prosecution to prove the CORKSCREW LANE '
case against him, or If be had pleaded
guilty, the Court would havo folt Jus.
tilled In Imposing the minimum son
tence of one month Imprisonment and
iuu iino. uwing w uio .uci. nu.
evor, that tho prisoner had takcri the
stand on his own behalf and had com-
mlttcd perjury, the orfense took n
more, serious oBpoct as perjury was a
more serious oBcnso than ono salo of
liquor without a license. On this1 nc-
count White received a heavier sen-
. ' , . ,
Tho wo Russians who wore arrest-
ed for trying to get Injo the Immlgra-
tlou ntntlon tho night morn last, navn
been charged undor (ho vagrancy nee-
tlon, which covers n multitude of
As Is usual upon this day, Dandraas
tcr flerger at 8 o'clock this morning
appeared with his musicians nt .tho
Nuuanu resldcneo of Secretary Mott-
Smith and gave an hour's concert, tho
occasion being the thirty-seventh
birthday of tho secretary.
Tne out bandmaster nas a warm
spot in his heart for tho son of the
man who brought him from Prussia
' W ago to Honolulu as leader ff
'" "' . H"" miuu.,
Motl-Bmlth tho bandmaster brings
nis musicians 10 nis uomo cany iu
the morning for a surnrlso.
It is usual' for him to telcphono to
1.1IO. UlUll-DIUIlll IIV WI.IIIUUII
tl.. Ifntl.Clmtlt. II.A .riSMnAn
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tcntton and to mako snre that the
husband will bo at homo when tho
Ttita i.Aftt- hnwntnr tin fhnltplit hil
ou,(, ,,'. rcg, rprlwj nnd saW
notnn-, Tho rCglt WM tnBl whcn
s .!t, ,.i..i Mr.ti.smii), innbp.i
UI) n( hU- ...ro nni, rcmnrked that
nrlrpr ,..,,. DQ 0in . mi.. ih0 con
,rt tng ycar but tho wordsj had
'hardly left his lins beforo tho old vet
cran ami his men appeared nt tho
house, and for nn hour nnd more
rendered the music for which the or-
ganltation Is famous, especially Ha.
I. In speaking ot tho custom of tho
IgTlxzlcd handmnJtcr this morning
Mott-smith said that duo to mo tact
that his father had brought tho leader
.here and the first band was formed at
his Instigation in 1872. and that dun
ln '8' '" nni1 190 hR lllms(!lf hn'1
to direct control over It and had,
perhaps, helped bring it to notice out.
Isldo the Islands, more than any other,
tho trlbuto yearly paid him on h!a
uirthrtay was appreciated.
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cr noted attractions, and speak ot It
after leaving here. As I said beforo
believe that It was a mlstako In tak-
ing It away from tho Tctrltory and
giving It to tho County to lupport, for
County cannot afford to keep It
up to tho number that It really should
K. Maklno has been permitted to
carry oul n'8 l'lans 'or ,l10 crcc,,on
of n tenement houso on a lot k3tweon
K'8 .?l and Hustoce avenue
Tho matter wns brought up by In-
terestcd partloj and Uo trttestlun waB
! Anally" carried Into tho Board of Sup-
ervlsors. The Maklno proposed flat-
wore one of the ma ters that en
grossed the attention of the City and
County Altonioy'e om;o,
M noon ,,,, Dputy Attornv
(Mllverton handed down an opinion to
h .. ,lha, inasmuch as Beven ad-
Jonng property owners out of a
dozen registered on the city plat had
agreed to the erection o.' tho Maklno
tenements, the petitioner wan entitle)
tn go ahead with tho const,ructon of
CContinued from Past 1.1
and Is a. proper, vehicle tor tho en-
'forcement of local prohibition If there
.ho n sentiment favorablo to absolute
gupprcsston of tho liquor traffic. '
woolloy is meeting the objection
nnrkuprnw l.nnn tnnv nnt Im n Inner
on0i but (ne Uhahi'tints thereon make
l0U(1 comninim coi corn'ug' Its torf.i-
oug nBVgalion after nl.ihtfall, owing
(0 tne ahe0nco of proper IllumlnaUdn;
sixty-three petltlonera along tint rosd
nnil-adjacent thoroughfares have for-
warded a petition to Mr.yor Fern ask
ln- thal (hu CUy un(j county'fatheri!
BUpply n mto urll(icui )eht to a now
I darkened district.
Tho light committee of tho Super-
, w ,ti. f0 M
t m ,
Illrrli Rhprlrr llnnrv's men urn Hllll
on 0l0 lmnt for arCPf nj nll th
11Wfilv lace 'nro ltorit un'dor anrvoll-
1 AnBlUKn f 1 1 DEPARTED 7" V
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Thursday, May 12.
San Francisco Sheridan, U. 8, A.
T., 11 n. m.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlnu,
Etmr., a. m.
VE88EL8 TO ARRIVE
Norfolk. Va. Rokeby, Br. slmr.
Norfolk, Va. Vancouver, Br. stmr.
Friday May 13.
Hongkong via Japan ports Tcnyo
Maru, T. K. K. S. 8.
San Francisco Sierra. O. B. .8.
San Francisco-Novadan, M. N. 8. 8.
ACCORDINO TO the latest advlcw
received nt tho agency of II. Hackfeld
and Company, the Japancso liner Tcn
yo Maru will arrive hero from Hong-
vessel Is understood as bring over
ono hundred Russian Immigrants to
tho port. Tho Tenyo Maru goes to
tho Alakca street wharf.
IN ORDER to load sugar and other
lines of Hawaiian products, tho Mat
son Navigation steamer Lurllne sailed
for Knhulul last ovcnlng. At tho Maul
port, tho steamer will pick up about
flvo hundred tons of sugar. Tho Lur
llno will return hero In tlmo Jo rccclvu
a dispatch for San Franclpco at 0
THE MAT80N Navigation steamer
Hyndcs arrived from; Knhulul 111! 4
morning, having dlsctiargcd a general
cargo brought from the mainland and
loaded a shipment or sugar nt iho
Maul port., Tho Hyadcs Is expected
will sail for Ban Francisco this even
ing, leaving the port at nbout 8
THE PACIFIC MAIL steamer Ko
rea has sailed from Yokohama for
Honolulu and San Frnnclrcp nnd will
arrlvo hero on or about May 20th with
ono thousand tons of general oriental
cargo. Tho Korea hna room for tw'cn-ty-flvo
passengers. Tho vessel sallod
from the Japanese port ono day be
hind her rcgijlar schedule.
OWING TO tho disturbance in cen
trnl China there may" be a delay In thn
arrival of tho United States cruisers
Cleveland and ChattanoogA. Tho von-
sets aro du to show up here within
tho next two weeks,
THE ARRIVAL of tho American
hark James Rolph, which sailed from
liana some weeks ago, Is reported at
Ban Francisco. Tho schooner reached
tho Golden Gate yesterday.
THE SAILING of the Matson Navl
gallon liner Wllhelmlna from San
Francisco Is reported yesterday. The
vessel should nrrlvo hero on next
A SHIPMENT of lumber Is reported
to havo left Eureka by tho American
schooner Sequoia on last Tuesday
with destination given as Hllo.
CASTLE & COOKE report a large
booking for itio steamer Wllhelmlna
on tho next sailing of that vessel tor
THE OCEANIC steamship Sierra Is
duo to arrive from San Francisco
early tomorrow morning.
BIG CHOWDER AT ,
There will bo ono of tho ever' pb
nlar chowdcro down at Pearl Harbor
next Saturday ovenlng, and a large
number ot the members ot tho Yacht
Club Intend to sail down on Saturday
afternoon, and reach the club quarters
In tlmo to take In tho feast that will
begin about 7' o'clock.
Tho party will remain at Pearl
Harbor all night, and on Sunday there
will ba two sailing races for tho boats
that are down' nt' tho lochs. One
event will bo for tho wrenB, and the
other for second class yachts, and the
Ford Island courso will probably bo
All tho chowders In the past have
been very enjoyable, and It would Ap-
pear that tho ono one Saturday night
should bo as good as any that have
been' carried out In nrovlous years.
u n rt ,n n n tt tt h
U Three counts In the Yosemlto- f.
tt California contest this week tt
It chow tho activity of several can- U
tt d I dates who nro not listed among it
tt the leadors. Miss Johnson', In h
Jt (District No. 1 Is tho latest- to at-
tt tract attention by tho Increase' of It
tt her vote total. More votes were'll
tt ceBt for her yesterday than any -it
tt other candidate and she received tt
tt enough to placo her within four tJ
tt thousand votes of 'vantage point tt
tt at ho )iundrod thousand mark'. tt
U Miss Annanelle Mtindon, bucoik rt
tt ,lh District No. 3, cast thn largest tt
tt voto of any candidate In the out- tt
tt Wdc 'districts, but did not receive tt
tt enough to take the lead. Con- tt
tt trary to tho belief of some of the'tt
tt readers thU Is not the same Miss tt
tt Mundon who 'Was awarded a' trip t
tt'by tho Dull otln several years 'tt
tt ago. Miss Annabcllo Is a young-'tt
tt or sister of tho Miss Lillian Mun-itt
tt den Who nocurcd the trip before, tt
tt Additional contest nows anrtUt
tt the Vitnndng of thn contestants Isitt
tt given on pagn ton. tt
tt tflUl tt tt tt tt H tt tt.tt tt tt tt tt tt
Wednesday, May 11.
Kahulut Lurllno, M. N. 8. 8., 9 p. m.
Thursday, May 12.
Satlna Crui via Island ports Atl
zonlan, A.-H- 3- S- noon :
VE88ELB TO DEPART i
Thursday, May 12.
Mtnual ports W. O. Hall, stmr, D
p. ni, i
Friday, May 13. I ;
Maul and Hawaii ports Claodlno.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Lou,
"I" PA.88EN.ER8 ARRIVED;
' rer U. S. A. T. Sheridan, from Ban
Francisco, May 12. For Honolulu;
Mrs. W. II. II. Chapman nnd son, Mrs.
M. M. Oarrctt and Infant, 2d Lt. Hom
er M. Oronlnger, James F. Houlinnit.
". C W Bte-rt Mrs a W.
Stewart. Capt. E f. " "
J Wallaco and 2 children. Mra is. u.
Boede. Lt Col. II. W. Wheeler, 6th
Cav.J 1st Lt. JohnO. WJntcr, 6th Cnv.
rer stmr. W. Ol llnTI, for Kauai
ports, May 12. A. Robuson and par
rvr slmr. Mauna l.oa. for Kona and
kau ports, May 13. A. Haneborg. J.
F. Rack. '
Por bk. Annie Johnson, for ban
Francisco, May 14. R, ,W Look, C. F.
Bmlth, C. L. Wight.
IN -OrlllQN PORTS
Thursday, way i.
EUREKA Balled May 10: Sch'. So-
qulra. for Hllo.
8AN FRANCI8CO Arrived May 11:
Sch. Jas. Rolph. from Hana.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived May 11:
If S. A. T. Logan, hence May 4.
SAN FRANCISCO. Arrived May 12.
8. 8. Moxlcan, from Sallna Cruz.
YOKOHAMA Arrived May 12: S. S.
Manchuria, henco May 2.
YOKOHAMA Sailed May 12: ,8. 8.
Korea, for Honolulu.
PORT TOWNBEND Arrived May 12:
Bk. Albert, from Kallua. '
HILO Arrived May 8: S. 8. Enter
prise, from San Francieco. l
KAHULUI 8alled May II: 8ch. Ad
mlral, for Port Townsend. '
KAHULUI Sailed May 11: Sch. M.
Turner, for 8ah 'Francisco." .
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PEACE REIQNS A' '" ' r
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serenely at the planters' shed this
Perelstrous contlhues to act as In
terpreter and Intermediator between
the planters aud tho laborers. Ma
kawell plantation continues a favor
ite with the Russians, and this morn
ing twenty-four men, slx'womenand
three children were ticketed for Ka
uai', nnd unless they sail by the W.
G. Hall this ovonlng, a special char
ter may bo made with the local
steamship company for their trans
portation to the Garden Island,-
rata plantation, on Maul, has also
drawn a number of the Russians, and
this party Includes thirty men, nlno
women 'and seven chlldron; They
will .probably get away for Maul by
the Cluudtne, loavlng that vessel at
There still remain twenty Filipi
nos at tho planters' shed. These
will alio be sent to Pala plantation.
The' bulk of the Filipinos have left
Honoului They were assigned to
various plantations on Hawaii.
Thoso 'who havo to do with tho
booking of the laborers state that at
least a dozon Russians who arrived
here some weeks ago by the Tenyo
Maru havo also Joined their country
men ns plantation laborers, forsak
ing the unsanitary camp Ilfo at Iwl
lei. No disturbance ot any kind has
been reported at the planters' com
pound. The agitator, It at work 'at
all among tho newer arrivals,-has not
figured very conspicuously about the
One Russian woman who arrived
by tho Mongolia and had boen stay
ing at the compound wbb removed
last evening -to the Kaplolnnl -.Maternity
Home and, there gave birth to
a child. ' ?
Thero aro Mxtocn property owners
and rtuldentB along Metcalf street
wt.o do not1 hesitate to duolatn that
tho thoroughfare .Ib u illsgrjco'iant
they havo told tholr troubles to May
or Forn and the City and 'County Sup
ervisors through tho medlumshlp of
a petition. They state that the road
Ib In wretchod' condition and' ask 'that
It receive Immediate attention from
thb roaii repair Bang.
Tho 'light macadam covering the
stroct has been badly cut up owlnrc to
the' heavy traffic- over It during tho
construction of iho Mld-Pnelno Ir.atl-
lute. . ,
-Tho ntroet ln nronnunceil m nitrn
I impassible during rainy, woathir
sins; tho men, will nppoar ln court ,nnce nl ht atll, -aaj. ,
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