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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
y i 1 w : Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY: Honolulu Stnlril. TUE8DAY: Ntiiiniiu Chapter Uovp CmU - .Si('llll. WEDNESDAY! Hawaiian ililrd lleurec. THURSDAY! Honolulu Cliiiplir. I!. . H. lioinl Vnli. FRIDAY! Oceanic VIM Uiltcc, ATunDAVi IlnriiMiii ( hnpler u. I, (I. h. Sr Hi mil. ir. AU visiting mmbrs ol t Order tree cordially Invited u attend mectluri ol local la it Meet on Hie Unci mid llli .Motnlajs of each montli at K. 1. Hull 7 ISO 1'. 31. MARINE ENGINEERS. ' "' UttEFICIAL ASUTIOl ZtZ'. Jlallj Invited. W.M. MchlM.Kl I.OIIUE, NO. 8, h. ii f 1'. Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur- jd.i evening at 7 30 o'clock In IK nt I' Hall, cor Fort nna liere-lnnU Visiting brothers cordlallj Invlte-d to attend a r iinirra, c c. K F KILBBY, K. H S. HONOLULU LODGE, 610, 1!. 1. h. i:. .Honolulu I-odge No. 610, 1 D. 1. O Elks, meets In their ball, on King St., near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting Broth ers are cordially Invited to attend a v. MrnriiY, i:. n. H DUNSHKi:. Sec OAIIU LODGE NO. 1, K. of I'. . Meets every first and third Frl- 5 day at 7 30 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Berotanla and Fort streets Visiting brothers cordially Invited ta nttend r a iiawkins. c c o m:in k of it & s HAWAIIAN lltllli: NO. 1, I. 0. It. 31. Meets every first and third Tuesday of each month In Fraternity Hall, I. 0. O. F. building. VWitlng brothers cordially Invited to attend HKNIIY A. ASCII, Sachem loitis a. rnitny, c. of n HONOLULU AEIIIE 1 10, F. 0. E. Meets on second and fourth Wednesday evening of each montli nt 7 30 o'clock. In K of I Hall, corner Fort nnd Iieretanla Visiting biolliers urn Invited tu uttend W.M .IONRS, W. P. J W ASCII, Secy. HOMII.I'l.r LOIHli: NO. 800, I,. 0. 0. .il will meet In Odd Fellows' building, Fort street, near King, every Frldaj evening at 7 30 o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to attend AMilllOSn J WIRTZ, Dictator. H. A. JACOIISO.N, Secretary. A. BLOM, Importer Fort St DCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR Are Always Found at tha Mary-Ann Bonnet Shop FORT STREET THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN Spring Hats Miss Power, Millinery Parlori, Boston Block tellr vtv. J i f . a 1 ZEAVE" Bl Just received ex Sierra, latest In SyJ LINEN TAILORED 8UITS. WHITE ttjjf COATS nnd LINGERIE GOWNS. Mm ROOMS 66-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL I BON TON m& HIGH CLASS MILLINERY B.! Club Stables Block K MRS. E. E. DAVIS, Proprietor E' Millinery K. MILTON & PARSON8 H Pantheon Dldg. LlllUlKQ K PHONE 3088 FORT STREET K K. UYEDA BiiUq paipu-Bu. K 1027 NUUANU STREET S! 3Jnl!UJ"l J" U0U.M W IW SJ PB SJUJL B HATS iKl Up-tocUto Millinery and Mtn't Hati - PACKING SHIPPING aTORAQC CITY BAQGAGC FURNITURE MOVING MATSON STEAMERS CARRY MUCH DREDGING MATERIAL TO THE COAST Lurline Was Heavily Loaded On Departure Last Evening Wilhelmina Off for Hilo This Evening Hyades En Route to the Port With General Carqo and Lumber Luke Given a Tryout Hercules Sailed for San Francisco With the Dredger California. With the departure of the Mntsun Navigation steamer Lurllno for San Francisco last evening there was shipped another large quautlt of ma terial thnt had been Incorporated In the several dredging plants which had been employed In the deepening of l'enrl Harbor. For Homo weeks past (hedge equipment has been brought to Honolulu from I'earl Harbor. At this port I lit, material las been translil)) ped tn departing Matson. steamcrsniid i lie consignment which monopolized the forward as well as after deck of tlie I.urliuu repieseiiled one of the biggest shipments hi weeks A number of large pontoons were forwarded to the mainland jesterdav. Other equipment nnd gear Included quantities of piping, Joints, anchors, fittings, "spuds" and sundries. The "spuds" are listed as the heaviest and most bulky portion of the equipment unless It be the pontoons Instead ol being tubers these "spuds" are sticks of timber ranging between 70 nnd !)0 feet In length On n previous voyage of a Matson sieamer two steam launches which had seen dall service at I'earl Har bor were shipped to tho Coast. The dredge materials uro being removed In more or less piecemeal .fashion uiid the last of the machinery will soon liave been sent away The Lurline departed at C o'clock last evening amid the blare of music from the Territorial band. Forty three cabin and a dozen steerage pas sengers departed In this popular rteamer for the mainland. The Lur line sailed with one of tho largest car goes In her history. Of course the bulk of this consisted ol sugar. A small mall, being the accumulation following the departure of the China, was forwarded to the mainland in the Lurline. rfli Sierra Bringing Few Passengers. There are comparatively few pas sengers In the Oceanic steamship Si erra, duo from San Francisco on Fri day morning. A wireless messago re ceived at port last evening states that I lie vessel was SC3 mites off port at s o'clock last night and was expected to berth at tho Oceanic wharf early I'llduy morning. Tho steamer Is bringing C2 cabin, 12 steerage passen gers, 1073 toils general mainland car go nnd 27 sneks latest mainland mall. Sierra Report. Tho following wireless messago has been received fiom the Oceanic S. S. Co.'s Sierra, bound for Honolulu from San Francisco- S S. Sir.UHA, nt sea, May 14, 8 p. in 8C3 miles from port; C2 cabin pas sengers, 12 steerage passengers, 1G73 tons general cargo for Honolulu; 27 sacks mall. Will anlvo early Friday morning, May 17, and dock nt the Oceanic wharf, foot of Fort street. la Dollar Steamer Has Changed Ownership. M. J. Savago of San Francisco has purchased the steamer Graco Dollar from tho Dollar Steamship Company, and will place her In regular service between Coos I!uy and Snn Francisco. It Is undui stood the new owner in tends to equip her with passenger ac commodations. Lumber will form her cargoes out of Coos and returning she will carry general freight. Hereto fore tho steamer has been operated as in exclusive freighter. A report has it that Captain T J. Macgeun, master of tho steamer Breakwater, has been requested to take command of the Graco Dollar, but it Is said that he will remain on the Harrimau liner. Inter-Island Departures for Friday. At least three Inter-Island steamers will take their departure on Friday. The Kllauea Is loading general cargo and supplies for Kona and Kan coast ports and Is scheduled to sail at noon. Von 8unoA )xan R 0JB0 U.1. IM dn OpiS U.QjJ S 1 Union-Pacific Transfer Co. TRANSFER CO. JA8. H. LOVE rhls vessel will leave witli a fair list of passengers. The W. O Hall, which, according to tegular schedule, should depart for Knunl ports on Thursday, will be held over twenty-rour hours to await sier ra passengers, malls nnd express mat' ter The Hall sails at ., t clock, j The Claiidlne, for Maul and Hawaii points, Is on the boards for departure for 5 o'clock. This vessel will prob ably carry a number of Portuguese and Spanish Immigrants to Inland plantations. n Matson Steamship Movements. Tho Matson Navigation steamship Wilhelmina Is to be dispatched for Hllo this evening, taking a rather small list of passengers. Tho vessel will receive a big shipment of sugar at the Hawaii port and nt the same lime will be discharged of about ono thousand tons general cargo brought down from tho mainland. The Wllhelmlnn Is expected to re turn to Honolulu by Monday morning. According to advices received nt the agency of Castle & Cooke, the Matson Navigation freighter Hyades, from San Francisco and Seattle, Is duo to arrive at Honolulu on or about May 22nd. This vessel Is bringing cargo Including the following consignments: Honolulu, 1300 tons general and 230,. 000 feet lumber; Port Allen, 300 tons general and 10,000 feet lumber; Kn hulul, u2.1 tons general and 200,000 feet lumber. to Three Windjammers at Hllo. Three windjammers are reported nt Hllo with the departure or the Inter Island steamer Claudlno for Honolu In. Tho ship John Kna Is loading the mst of a full shipment of sugar deS' lined for tho east coast of the United Stntes. The barkentlno Kllkltat Is be ing discharged of a consignment of lumber. Tho American schooner Prosper, also nn arrival at tho Haw-all port with lumber, Is being rapidly dis charged of her cargo, At the time the Claudlno called at Kahului the ship Udward Sow-all was receiving sugar intended for tho east coast and tho schooner Sudden was Icing discharged of lumber. Tho Claudlno returned with n fair list of passengers and cargo. Including (J00 pieces oh la wood, 3SC pineapples, lSr, cases empty bottles, 10 cords wood and 308 packages sundries. Purser Klbliug repoits a lino trip. na Luka Ready for Sea. The Miller auxiliary power yacht Luka, now lies at the Itlshnp slipway nwaltliig but- few finishing touches urtnr t.i Inltlliir mi n trlnl nut Itt mi, I ........ ... . n ..J. ..... ... .,.. lout of tho harbor. i Tho Lukn lias been fitted with a small gasoline engine as well as a completely-equipped wireless plant The little vessel Is being made ready to convey Fnther Kougler, tho South Sea copra king, to his lauded estates nt Fanning and Washington Islands, Should all go well In the trials to bo held today, Father Hougler expects to get away for tho South Pacific not later than Friday morning. The Luka will bo In command of Captain I'lltz, formerly of the Flaurence Wnrd. M Korea Has Small Cargo. The Pacific Mall liner Korea, from San Francisco to the Orient and duo to call hero tomorrow morning, will berth at Alakea wharf to discharge 280 tons general cargo. Tho Korea , to bo dispatched for Japan and China ports at b ociock, according to tno present calculations of II. Hackfeld & Co. Hall from Kauai. With less than a dozen passengers and a cargo Including C000 sacks su gar, shipments of geese, chickens, an auto, empty gasoline drums and 3; packages sundries, tho Inter-Island steamer W, O. Hall was an arrival flnH MU05!8I fi8I auotl.T ! TIDES SUN AND MOON n ?S f rs i s D" Sa 3 Ih sg h ? I 31a? utii Hn.mi k tn Ww ia IT arm sasnjit 5.JI ewiii, I, m " SV, IC SO CWIJJ:! 6.11 e.w cujtt ion .' mo ms' ei mi' tow 1,4 ti.41 sm tut1 sir1 cm or,; p n i 10 u.3.1 u use ou urtaui lit 11 .... (n Oil CM t2J' 0.31 JOT, BUI I I.IOJlall 701 ':) (kill CM J19 Ijit qunrter of the moon Muy 8 WEATHER TODAY Wednesday, May 1". Temperature 0 n. in., 72; 8 a in., 77; 10 n. m., 7(i; 12 noon, 77. Mini mum last night, 72. Wind C a. m., eloclty 10, direction F..; 8 a. m velocity 14, direction H.; 10 a, in., velocity !, direction V..; 12 noon, velocity 13, direction N fi To tal movement past 21 hours, 21' miles. Ilarometer at 8 a. in , 3U.15. Iteln tlva humidity, 8 a. in., fit. Dew point S a. m., C2. Absolute humidity, 8 u m., B.877. Total rainfall during past 24 hours, .03. VESSELS TO AND FROMJHE ISLANDS (Special Cable to Jlcrclmnts' Kxchnngiv) Wednesday, May 15. 8AN FRANCISCO Sailed, Muy Hi, 1.30 p. in., S. S. Ilonolulan, for Ho nolulu. Arrived, May l.r, bkln. Irmgard, from Mahukona, April 29. SHATTLi: Sailed, May 14, S. S. AH zonan, for Honolulu. PORT QAMtlLi: Sailed, May 14, schr Alice Cooke, for Honolulu MAHUKONA - Sailed, May IC, bk. Footing Suey, for Delaware Break water. Arrived, May Hi, bktu. Hawaii, henco Mnv 4. HILO Sailed, May 11. schr Robert Searles for Port Townsend. AEROGRAMS. S. S. SIKRRA Will duck nt Ocean Ic wharf early Friday morning from San Francisco with 02 cabin and 12 steerage passengers, 1073 tons of freight nnd 27 sacks mall (one day). S. S. KORKA Will dock at Alakea wharf Thursday, 8 a. m from Snn Francisco and sail fur Yokohama fi p.m. from Kuual porta this morning. The steamer Iwalanl Is duo to re turn here with 4000 Hncks Kllauea su gar, according to irjiort from officers In the Hall. m Hercules Takes Up Dredge Tow. With n purling toot of her siren, tho big Red Stack tug Hercules hnulcd away with the dredge California In tow promptly nt 10 o'clock this miirn- lug and tho VnyagU of over 2100 mites began in earnest. Captain Daniel Thompson, tho denu of Pacific Coast skippers, hopes to cover the distance In something like seventeen days if all goes well with tho weathor and the unwieldy dredge. Tho California has been boarded up und precautious taken for meeting with rough weather on tho way across tho Pacific. (a Maul an Arrival Today. Today's arrivals Included tho Inler Island steamer Maul, from Kawnlline with 11,184 sucks sugar, 7Ii head cat- tlo, and 2.1 packages sundries. The American barkentlno Fooling Suey Is reported nt Mahukona taking on tho last or a consignment of sugar. Tho Maul met with moderate wind und seas. Sugar Report. According to report brought by tho steamer Hall from Kauai this morn Ing the following sugar Is awaiting shipment: MAK 4C.8C3. O< 32,"i0, Mcll CO.OOO. KKH 87C0. KSM 3.r,0, VK 710, KSCo 2.-.00, KP 13,430, LP 23,291, ok 4r,r,o. Ml The Commltteo on Commerce of tho 8cnnto reported, April 29, nn amend ment to tho wireless ship net making it uniawrul on and after duly 1 for any ocean-going steamer of tho United States or of any foreign country, "car rying one bundled or mora persons, whether passengers or crow, or botli to leave, or attempt to leave, any port of tho United States unlcsH such steamer shall be equipped with an ef ficient apparatus for radlo-communl- cntlon In good working order. In charge of two or moro persons skilled In the iiso of such apparatus, ono of whom shall bo on duty nt all hours ot the day and night, which apparatus Bhall be capable of transmitting and receiving messages over a distance of at least 100 miles, night or day. The foregoing amends the presont act, which requires wireless (with only ono operntor on duty part of the time) on passenger steamers cnnyln'j HO or more persons, Including passen gers and crew, on routes more than 200 mllos long, by requiring nil ocean steamers, freight or passenger, having 100 or more persons on board, ro gardless of the distanco of tho route, to bo equipped with wireless with two or moro uperators (one on duty all of tho time). Private advices from Washington indicate thut this bill will pass both IIouso nnd Senate and become effect ive July 1. W. C. PEACOCK & CO, LTD. FAMILY TRADE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS Merchant, Near Fort RIGID RESTRICTION SPOILING HAWAII'S SWEETJOTATO MARKET "Hnwnll's ability to maintain nhnvo tried n new fumigating scheme market on the Coast for bweet pota-nn tho Intesl lot Carbon bisulphide toes depends upon every potato thntwas used In the process, the; potntoes goes being Inspected hero cnrcfiillybeliig given an eighteen hours' treat first." meiit with the gns. This Is what H A. Welnland, ropre- "Hut oven this, I am sorry to say, settling tho Callfornli State Ilortlculls not certain death for tho pests," ex turnl Department, says, mid Ii'h whntplnlned Welnland this morning. "Wc goes so fnr us California l coiicerned.nlso tried hydrocyanic gas, which was for Welnland Is down here to see thatless effective. fruit nnd vegetable pests aro kopt out "It ninounts to this Hint tho Ha California. wnllati grower must cxnmlno every po Dy tho Lurline last night n lot otlnto, and, what Is more, to ninke sure sweet potntoes were shipped to thohe sliouhl nip olf both ends slightly Coast, the consignor being Chungto seo If the worm or borer has made 1 loon, n Chinese glower. It wusn hole and gone Inside. Cluing Hoon who lind tho unfortunate "It Is possible that the Chinese experience recently of getting back grower can do this with oveij potato some tons of potatoes which were and still make a profit, but I doubt If turned hack because they wcro found tho While man can do so. In fact, the Infected by, stem-borer and sweet po- outlook for the sweet potato Industry Into worm. In Hawaii, except for locsl consump Welnlnnd and the local authorities lion, does not seem ery good now Wireless Heard Six Thousand Miles. When the operator In cliargo of tho Marconi station at .lask. In tho Per slan (lulf, was clicking out a message to Home warships In tho gulf recently to tho accompaniment of his powerful induction coll, says an Australian pa per, ho little dreamed that his convcr hnllon would be overheard bv tho on- orator on the P. k O, liner Mantua, ! which wns then off tho port of Mel bourne, n distance of C24U nautical miles away. At the time the message was received tho Manilla was Just out side Port Phillip Heads. The opera tor (Mr. Sweeney) wns in tho net of tuning for the various stations when he detected a ctrnugo note, at lenst one thnt although familiar to Ills fa wns strange In these latitudes. No two stations are like In tone, and op erntois quickly becomo used to tho notes of the vurlous stations, nnd nru able to lecognlze them Immediately by reason of their peculiar limbic-. The Jask note Is what has been cull i1 hv ftm ntiprntnrs ns n hleh nr slmr ing note. Mr. Sweeney could Bcnrcelyj lelleve tho evidence or his senses, anil It was not until the slntliui guvo Its otllclnl call signal- J. K It Hint he wns convinced that he had been list etiliig to the operator at fur-away lask. This, sulci Mr Sweeuej. Is considered to be a record for the receiving of slg mils, but, he added, the same result nilght not be ngaln achieved for homo lime. He could only account for It by some exceptional condition of the ether at the time. It was a icinurk nblo fact, ho observed, that tho best distanco results had been obtained In, tho Southern Hemisphere, i no ai lnntlc for some reason was not con ducive to longdistance signaling. Ho had overheard tho Jask operator as clenrly as If ho had only been 100 miles nwny. On his return to Austra lla Mr. Sweeney will tnk6 up n posi tion with tho Commonwealth Wlre Iokh Deiiartment. Tho Manilla Is equipped with a Marconi IVi-kllowatt installation, standard snip type, in which tho Marconi magnetic deteclor, which on several occasions has prov ed Its great ability. Is einplo)ed. Tho Matlon ut Jnsk was erected for the (loveniment some three years ago, mid works under the Maiconl patent. Another New Coast Service. The steamer Hureka hits inaugurat ed a now mrvice bctwicn Uing Reach nnd Mexican ports, leaving tho for mer port on April 1ft with n full cargo of cement for Snn Diego and lighter fielght for Mexican ports The Kure ka will make weekly trips, leaving Long Ilcnth on Sntuiday. ra Navao Off the Railway. 'I he Unlled States liavnl tug Nuv.i Jo was hauled down from the marine iiillvvny tills morning, I I'ASSKMILIIS AllllIVLD I Per stnir, W. O Hall, fiom Kauai pints. May Hi. Mrs. Hans lsenberg, A. Robinson. S .Robinson, II. A. llro- dle, P. S Dole, 0. K. McClellnn, A. V. Peters. Rov. K. Nella, C. C. Pal meston. Chang Chun, Leo Sam, 20 deck. Yon must get (lie Ilulletln to get the N'ews. Mnor Peter Ilanraty of McAlester, Okla, was recalled In n special elec tion by a vote of 724 to 40.",. The PALM CAFE Ice ODDS AND ENDS m mi: 1 1IIU Tho Red Stack tug Hercules has been Inking on fuel oil nt tho port I repnrnlory to sailing for tho Const with tho diedgo California In tow. The Hercules und tho dredge are expected to get away this afternoon. Koine rapid work is being douo In tha ilscharge of tho Matson Naviga tion steamer Wlllielmlna This ves sel arrived vvllh nearly 1000 tons gen ernl cargo, The Wilhelmina Is sched uled to depart for Hllo at I, o'clock to morrow evening. The Territorial band olficinted nt tho departure of two Coast-bound steam ers yesterday. Tho musicians render ed n pleuslng concert nt the sailing of the Pacific Mall China und later nt the Matson wharf upon the dispatch of the steamer Lurline. , A qunutlty of empty gasoline diiimn (.atheiod, at vuilous Iskind ports weio shipped to the mainland ill the Lur line. The Matson Navigation stunner Ho- nnlulaii. with passengers, malls mid general cargo for tho Islands, Bulled from Sun Francisco ut 1 3D tills afler noon. A 10-dav trip Is eredlted In the bark- eutliio Irmgard which has arrived at San Francisco with n full load of su gar from Muhiikonn. The Irmgard reached the Coast purl today. Tho American-Hawaiian freighter Arlzonnn. with n largo general cargo, bus sailed fiom Seattlo nnd should or tlvo hero on W about May 24th, Loaded with lumber, the American schooner Alice Cooko sailed from Port (jaiiibln yesterdny with destination ns Honolulu. According to wireless, the bark Fooling Suey with n full load of sugar sailed for Delaware) llrcakwutcr today. leaving fiom Mnhiikoua, her lust port of call. Tho liurkentlne Hawaii, from Hono lulu, bus Just readied Mnhiikonn ac cording to Into wireless. Tho schooner Robert Searles sailed from llllu for Port Towiiseiid on lust .Saturday. GIVES FORTUNE TO GIRL CHUM PAI.TIMOIli:, Mil, Apr 30- Thir teen )tm-h iiku n tiny girl In u blue dnsH, with her bright linlr Kllxteulni; us It Hew to the sea breeze, uxed to go down to the ' big rock" on tho shore if Newport, It I, where almost every afternoon u 'inlet, iiilddle-uged man would be pcrciicd fishing. "DihmI luoriilng," piped the baby voice iigaiust the ro.ir of the ocean "(iooil inoiuliiK, Colli Hoc Us," came the cheery re-ply And thin, whether tho luck vvasKorm The RICHEST And BEST C ream Delivered to Any Part of the City Telephone 20 11 Duffy'" Pur" Mall Whiskey Made entlnly of malted grain n pleimiint stimu lant Unit should Hie III every huine Widely and fu orably known fur ovrrf.0 years Sold everywhere In SHALHI) HOTTl.i:S ONLY. Medical booklet nnd doctor's ndvlco sent free on application The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co, Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A. i'Assi:mh:iis ih:pahtki Per M N. S S Li.tllno, for San I'ruiiclsco, May 14 -A II Hallet and ,:re Col CI. Kronen II Mullcr, C J. Pherson nnd wife, W L. Cummlngs Hid wife, II. W MclCenle, W Rob ertson, Mrs, W l. Adams nnd rrlend, i P Rogers nr.il wife V. II. Hlndle, K flreen, Geo. II. Hiighiud und wife, C Porter. L. (I. Mnilland, W A. l.Meoul, II. II. Heislei' and wife, Mr. und Mrs, Rovvcll nnd child, W. A. Kumson nnd wife, Mrs. O. C. Dame nil, Mrs. 0. II. Tuttle, Mrs. I). C. I'clers, Mrs. T. P. Ha-rit, M. T SI it.onton, Mrs. O .Ordvvny, J. W. Sclira- der, Mrs. O. D. Schroder, W. W. Sa veronal, wife and child. Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and Moloknl ports, May 14. Miss Ilruno und servant, Mrs. A. II. Ilriiue, Mrs. (has. Hopkins. Per stmr. Kliinil, for Kauai ports. May 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. S. Water house and sou, Laura Wlilttington Mr. and Mrs. K. Roednhii and Infant, C. F White, .Ino. Ilrnult, M. Jacob, Miss Rose (illmtin. Per stmr. Kllnuea, for Kona and Kau ports. May 14. Robt. Hind. i'ASsi:n(ii:rh iiookkd i t- Per stmr. Claudlno, for Hllo, via way ports, May 17. Miss M. Rosehill, Mr. Hollow ay. Per slmr. W. (J. Hall, for Kauai pons, May 19. A. Robinson and par ty. Per stmr Manna Kea, for, Hllo. via ports, May 21. It. I. Leslie, Miss Mar garet and Leslie Tulloch, Miss Flor ence Harrison, Miss IL (I Hitchcock, Miss Wright, Mr. Phillip. Miss II. C. Hitchcock and maid, J. C. Anderson. Per stmr. W. (1. Hall. Tor Kauai ports, May Hi. A. Robinson nnd par ty. S. T. Carr, A. II. Ilanna, A. II. Rico. Per stmr. Kllauea, for Kona nnd Kau poris. May 17. Robt. Hind, (1, J. Uecker, Miss II. Hitchcock, A. 8. Ila ker. W. II. U. Arriomamt. Per stmr. Claiidluc, for Hllo, via way ports, May 17. Mrs. W. 13. Hal, Miss Hal, Rev. T. Horl, Rev nnd Mis. P. S. Scudder, II. (I. Plutniner. Mrs. E. Turner, Miss Minnie Rosehill, Mr. Hollovvay. Per stmr. Mlkahala. for Maul and Moloknf purls,'' May 21. Miss 'Ilruno nnd servant, Mrs. A. H. Ilruno, Mis. I has. Hopkins., hub. iiifiniui, v -t -l $-$- $ I- ! 4 or bail, the nnin would haul In ills line, Pick up his empty or ludeii creel nnd follow the wee em luiitro.su In n lulli j Htrcill ulung the lu-iich. i The innii vvus Itu-s It Winans. knonn thiougliniit two continents us uiuxler of one of tlu- errc-aest American fortunes, u le-utllng e Itlren of Ilaltiniore und own er of "Illi-ale House," the Bi'.it sum mer mansion Unit was thin the won cler of Newport. The child was the little i (lighter of Klilii,- lliitFiii.ui, Iceeper of lluteiuau's Jim nt llateinnn'H Point 'I lie chumship eoutlniiid through mail) hupp) Hummers, ou'ii until Dor- , othj was a big girl mid lung after the man had bccuine stricken by tragedy ninl 111 health. As the world knows, Wln.ins illed two vveelCH ngo. And jesteiday when thej lead ills will, they round that his friendship for "(loldilocIiH" was the i deepest of all his iiffe-etlons Ross iWIiiiui line cut .on his son with an , uiirmlty, had left bequests to many rclatlvex.; but he hud given, by his dy ,lng declaration, a half million dollars I to tho baby (now a beautiful iiung woman of 19) who lind charmed him on the beach nt Newport. Accompanied by her futhr, the Prln cchs of the modern fairy tnle came to Newport today to cliilm her fortune Ml vVKLkv lul 11 JL2H Ivj v HsBw- v j 4 BD& &a&Mbffi&AMjr . . -u- j Aiuo--w,,.ffli4. . t. - '-"' '-"' VKriMaU' MjLvilLiii:iAA ,0 llJf A'" l ile j iatt&AMi'. fBBKliHBsPJsHBssH