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Oldeit agency for securing patenu. 1'atenu taken tbrouih Alunu St Co. receir 'trttu aoliu, without chanie, In too Scientific Jfitiericati. Afcandtomelylllaitrated weekly- cnlaUon of any eclenuflo journal. Tercne. is a rear: foor months, SL Hold brail newedealera. " MUNN 8 Co.36"""" New York Bianco US.ce, C35 V BU Waihlcgton. D. C BTJBINES8 OABDS. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Machinery of every description made to order COURT NOTICE in 'the circuit court of tub fifth circuit, tehiutouy of hawaii. at cham bens in phobate. tn the Matter of the Estate of L. Poopoe (k) of Hulcla, Kauai, Uceeased. Ordor of Notice of Hearing Petition for Administration. On reading and filing the Petition of Xmma, Cukeaka Poepoe, widow of said iJeccnsed, nlleglng that I Uknuka Poe poo if Huleln, Knual, died Intestate at til Huloln - on the. 28th day of Tebrunry, A. D. 1909, leaving property In the Territory of Hawaii necessary to be administered uiqn, nnd praying that LcttcrH of Administration Issue to her, the said Emma Kukcaka .Poo- JrfK?, It fs ordered that Wednesday, the TCth day of May, A'. D. 1909, at 10 a'rlock n. m., be and hereby la appointed for hearing until Petition In iho Court Itoom of this Court at nt which tlmo and place nil per-.ions concerned may npiiear and show rnuse If uny tlicy have, why sold Petjtion should not bo granted, nnd that notice of thin order shall bo published once n week for three successive fecks. In the Hawaiian Gazette and Kuokoa newspapers published In Honolulu, In their issues of the 23rd nnd 20th April, and 7th and 14th Mny, 3909. Dated at IJhue, 16th April. 1009. 'Signed) JACOB HARDY, Judge of the Circuit Court o'f the Fifth Circuit Attest: U. W. T. PURVIS, Cleric of the Circuit Court of the. Fifth Circuit. 23. 30, May 7, It. TO GO TO A. J, tampbell, former Treasurer of lhe Territory, has been selected by iho Hoard of Immigration to go to Portugul within the next few weeks . the agent of tho board. Between Afteen hundred and three thousand laborers are ready to take passago from there and come to Hawaii as agricultural workers, .according to an announcement made nt the Immigration Board meeting- the other day. Tho members have been In correspondence for some tlmo puHt with the people who' handled tho shipment f the last lot of Europeans to the Islands, and no difficulty In securing (rtuirters for the necessary stiamera In .anticipated. That the sugar trill be ready by the first of July to pay the additional I per cent. Income tux, due in November, according to n InwpaHsed by the late Legislature, thus providing plenty of funds for bringing tho immigrants here, Is an nullturltatlve statement. RichanLJveri', who was recently ap. pointed president pf tile Territorial 'Board of -Immigration, presided ntthe iicertnir,jA. L. C. Atklnnnwan named an wcretary of the board and E. II. ri'iKlefffvse um auditor. A. J. 1tl be employed as the of the board. The Nippon Maru, leaving tomorrow jenornjrig at 10;J0, will carry the mall za the CoaBt. IC IP K K K If K1 If f f tf J MARINE REPORT. J (From Ban Francisco Merchants Exchange.) Thursday, May 13. Kurekn Sailed. May 12, bk. S. C. Allen, for Honolulu. Sydney Snllcil, May 10, S. S. frr Honolulu. San Francisco Sailed, May 13, 1 p. m., S. S. Tenyo Maru, for Honolulu. Kahulul Sailed, May 8, Bohr. Pros-per, for IIIlo. Seattle Sailed. May 33, 8. S. Texan. for Honolulu. Snn Frniicisco Arrived, Mny 13, U. S. A. T. Logan, from Honolulu. Tuesdny, Mny 11, 1009. Sim Pranc'iico Snlled, May 0, S. 8. Texan, for Senile. San Francisco Arrived, May 11, 8. S. Alameda, 4 p. m., lienco Mny fi. Wednesday, May 12, 1000. (Irava Harbor Sailed, May 11, Bclir. Met ha' 'Kelson, for Iillo. Seattle Arrived, .May J., o. o. from San Frnneinco. Salina Cruz Sailed, Mny 32, S. 8. A'lrclnian, for San Francisco. Snn Sailed. Mny 12, schr. S. r. Allen, for Honolulu. PORT OF HONOLULU. HiTZfcf',VVJ 4- . AHBIVED Tuesday, May 11 P. M. S. S. Mpngollu, Morton, from S. F., 9 n. m M. N. S. S. Hyades, Alwen, from Seattle. 6:15 p. m. May 12. Selir. Ada, from Koolau ports, 5:40 p. m. M. N. S., S. Hilnnian, .lolinson, from Snn Franelsco. 7:30 p. m. Str. Mokolli, Miller, from Pearl (towiiiR bargo Kalmiloa), 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mny 13. U. S. A. T. Sheridan, from San Francisco, 1:25 p. m. Str. Clnudlnc, Bennett, from Maul, f.Oo a. m. Schr. R. W. Bartlett. tmrr. Tncoma, 10:15 a. m. DEPARTED. P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for tho Orient, 5:35 p. m. A.-H. 8. 8. Columbian, for Kahului, C:10 p. in. . Str. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for Hawaii, 12:15 p. m. Str. Klnau, Gregory, for Kauai, 5it0 P. m. Str. Mauna Lon, Slmerson, for Hawaii, 12:15 p. m. Str. Mlkahala, Pcdersen, for Maul nnd Molohnl, 5:20 p. m. Str. Maul, Bruhns, for Hawaii, 5:t0 p. m. Str. James Makec, McAllister, for Pearl Harbor, 8:15 p. in. Sehr.'W. II. Mnrstoh, llcrsey, for San Franclneo, 1:30 p. m. Str. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Ka uai, 5:10 p. m. Str. Iwalanl, Mitchell, for Hawaii, 5:10 p. m. FASSENOEBS. Arrived. 'Per P. M. S, S. Mongolia, from San Francisco, Mny II, For Honolulu: Mrs. Louise E. Arlclgh, Mrs. M. C. Ashley, Governor J. T. Baker, Dr. Clara Barrus, Edw. Bclllnghara, C. Bolte, P. Hon, Miss Helen John HurrouRliB, Miss Leah A. Burton, Miss Beatrice Campbell, E. H. Cant, J. J, Carden Jr.. Mrs. Dr. G. II. Cassady, Mlsx Margaret CaRsady, Miss Agnes Cassady, Marcel E. Ccrf, Mrs. Marcel E. Cerf, N. A. Chapman, Mrs. S. K. Cockttt, T. C. Coognn, Mrs. T. C. Coogan. E. E. Crandall, C. 3. Desky, Joseph Elchwnld, G. W. Em. mnnn, George Ewart, J. T. Fox. Mrs. J. T. Fox, Miss Mnrjorlo Frccth. W. II. Gale. Mrs. W. II. Gale. Colonel Alex. G. Hawes, Mrs. E. Hcwson, Dr. W. C. Hobdy, Mrs. W. C. Hobdy, Miss Elizabeth Hobdy, Master Warner Hobdy. W. I Hughson, W. G. Irwin. A. V. Jullen, Prince Kalanlnnnole, Princess' Knlnnlnnaole, Princess Mnt. R. It. King, II. II, Meyers. Mrs. II. II. Meyers, W. W. Mines, Mrs. W. W. Mines, Lansing Mlzncr, Mrs. G. 8. Nixon, Jim Parker, Colonel Rnm Parker, Miss Allco A. Pnrmele, F. W. Ray, Mrs. F. W. Ray, Mrs. C. A. Rlee, Mrs. G. V. Jtogcns, G. F. Schwarz, Chns. Schweitzer, Alvah Scott. Mrs. Alvnh Scott. W. A. Scott. Mrs. W. A. Scott. Miss A. M. Spring, J. C. Sutton, Mrs. J. C- Sutton, Miss A. Walker. Jules Wllllnrd, Mrs. Jules Wlllard, P. S, Woolscy. Honolulu: Dr. D. S. Chamberlain, Miss I. L. Chnmberlaln, D. E. D. E. Perkins. G. V. Blackburn, Mrs. G. V, Blackburn, F, B. Cooper. Mrs. F. 11, Cooper, Ow Wan Tsoa. Per M. N. 8. S. Hllonlan, from San Francisco, April 1!. -W. K. son. W. P. Thomas, k. Bisnop, w. v. Catlicart, Mrs. W. P. Cathcart, Mm. Otiiinn and child, Mrs. Schumate, G. L. Smith, Mrs. O, A.. Nehls, Julian Maude, F. Marks. Miss A. Groh, J. lledhouse, T, J. McDonald, Miss Pollard. Per U. S. A. T. Sheridan, from San Francsco, Mny 13. For Honolulu: James Anthony, asslbtant electrician, U, S. A.; 2nd Lt. James A. O'Connor, Co. G, Engineers; Ciipt A. B. Co, o', Engineers, wlfo and son; Capt. W. II. Walflron, 23th Inf.; 2nd Lt. Lewis N. Watklns, Co. G, 2nd Bat., Engineers, and wife; MaJ. II. W. Wheeler. 11th Cnv.j Mrs. Frank Buhel. wlfo Bvrgt., Engineers; Mrs. P. Joyco and "four children, family Sergt., Engineers; Mrs, Wlnterbottom and child, family Sergt., Engineers; Patrick FltzgernliL Ord. Sergt.; Patrick Joyce, Batt. Q. M. Sergt., Engineers; 1st Sergt, A. G. Spencer, Co. G, Engineers. For Manllu: Copt. T. M. Anderson, 7th Inf.; 2nd Lt. C. S. Bendel, 7th Inf.; W, 11. Bishop, 1st Lt. Madison II. Bowman, M. R. Corps; Capt. It. C. Burleson, Ord. Corps, wife and 1st Lt. F. P. Burr, 7th Inf.; Capt. C. A. Caldwell, 7th Inf., nnd wife; Capt. I. J. Carr, 7th Inf.; 2nd Lt. O. E. Clnrk, 7th Inf., und wife, Co). D. II. Cnrnmun, 7th Inf., and wife; iBt Lt F. L. (Davidson, 7th Inf., wife and child; 1st Lt, J. A. Degan, 7th Inf., wife and child; 1st Lt. W. B. 'ElUott, 7Ui Inf., wife und two eons; dipt. II. Erlckson, 7th Inf., nnd wife: 2nd Lt. J. F, Franklin. 7th Inf., and wife, Cupt. a a. French, 7lh Inf., wife and daughter; Capt. J. J. Fulmcr, 7th Inf., and wife; 2nd Lt. II. S, Gillespie, 7th Inf.; MaJ. J. A. Goodln. 7th Infi; SUDDEN DEATH OF WlliS. LUTTED ,T. Oswald Lutlcd of tills city received brief cabled Information of tho death of his wlfo in San Francisco. Mrs. Lutlcd bad only arrived from here on the steamer Alameda tho previous day, and tho nows of her sudden taking oil caiuo nn n tcrriblo shock to Mr. Lutted and tho many "friends of tho family in this city. Although Airs. Lutted had been in ill-health for considerable time past, having been confined to her bed' shortly before slio left for tho Const, her consulting physician thought that she wns physically ablo to stand the trip and that, in fact, she would bo benofited by it. She jiakscd awny at tlio house of Mrs. liceu, a friend, in San Francisco, nt the ngo of fifty years. Tho sad feature, of Mrs. Lutted 's sudilon death is in tho fact thai she was on hor way to visit her daughter, Gertrude Sledge, who wns recently married in Seattle. Her daughter is now residing in Spoknnc, Washington, and, at tho tlmo of hor mother's death, was speeding on tho train .to meet her in Ban Francisco. Tuortmnins will bo sent East for burial nt tho old home in Western Pennsylvania. Mrs. Lutted 's father was a , very pronlincut man in Pennsylvania. He died n number of yenrs ago. two brotliors surviVo the deceased in Bulla-, lo, New York. Mr. Lutted will not go to tho States, as he could not got there, before two weeks, at the earliest.' Mrs. Lutted left a largo circle of friends and relatives in this city who mourn her loss sincorcly. Chief of Defectives Leal arrested Samuel Smith last evening late, booking him at the station for Investigation. f d aff Jm p O J aj jj J aj S a O a J lit. R. H. Hill, 7th Inf., nnd wife: 1st Lt. Hunt, 7th Inf.. wife nnd child! 1st Lt. C. C. Jcncs, 7th Inf., wife, child and niece; 1st Lt. G. N. Kimball, 12th Cav., and wile; Mrs. A. Kleltz and child, family Lt., Phil. Scouts:' Capt. Conrad II, Lar.zu, Q. M. Dept.; Capt. E. B. Mnnwnring, U. S. M. C; 1st Lt. J3. K. Massee, 7th Int. and wife; 1st 1 1, Archie Miller, 7th Inf.; 2nd Lt. J. C. Moore, 7th Inf.; Frank Morgan, clerk, Insp. Genl.; 2nd Lt. S. E. Morrison. 7th Inf.; 1st Lt. G. L. MEnee, 7th Inf., and wife, Capt. A. T.' Oven-shine. 7th Inf., wife nnd two children; 1st Lt. It. G. Peck, 7th Inf., wife nnd son; John T. Phelan, MuJ. J. Exporter, J. A Genl.; Brig. Genl. R. D. Potts nnd wife, 1st Lt. Douglas Potts, 18th Inf.. nlde, Genl. Potts; 2nd Lt. C. H. Rice, 7th Inf., nnd wife; Mss V. nlltcnhouse. Capt. C. D. Robert. 7rh Inf., wlfo and four children; 2nd Lts. E. Robinson. L. I. Snmuelson, W- It-Scott, 7th Inf.; Lt. Col. Geo P. Scrlven, Slg. Corps: 1st Lt. C A. Seenrc, 3rd Cav.. 'nether and sister; Jst Lt. W. C. Smith, 7th Inf." nnd wife; 2nd Lt. II. S. Spencer, 7tli Inf:. nnd wire; Lt. Col. T. S. Strongf A'dl. Genl., nnd wlfo; Miss Helen J3tout, family Col. Strong; 2nd Lt. D,. W. Blrong, 7th Inf., and wife; Mrs. W. J. Stumpf nnd Infant, 2nd Lt. .J. G. Taylor, 7th Inr.; Capt. J. J. Toffey, 7th Inf.. wlfo and child; Capt'. W. "Wallace, 7th Inf., wife nnd twoj' children.; 1st Lt. S. A. Wullen 7lh' Inf., wife and two children: Mrs.' 'F. S. Young and Infant, family Lt., 23rd Inf.; Miss Mary Zlmerle, Mrs. 'J, G. Barney, wife Sergt., 7th Inf.; Mrs. A. Btomley, I. Beckman, Mrs. F. poyle, Mrs. E. Egner, Mrs. Elcholtz and son, Mrs. W. G. B. Erdmnn, Mary1 Mrs. A. Florence, Mrs W. Golden, Mrs. O. B. Gilbert, Mrs. H. Gruves, Mrs'., M. Hughey ami' son. Mary Jones, Mrs, Mary Jones, Mrs. M. T. Mnnn, Mrs. G. W, McCowen, Mrs J. Meltchen, Mrs. Moran and son( Mrs. F. Plnscn nnd daughter, Mrs. Gee Rupp, Mrs. C. C. Schellett, Mrs. H, G, Serrell and son, Mrs. F. Staples, Mrs. C. H. Stewart, Bessie Tarlton, Mrs. W. D. Walters, Mrs(. C. H. Wright, Chus. Hnss, Blanche Keeppllnger, 'James Donnelly, Owen Donnelly, Martin Dahl, Henry Alcklcn, Geo, H Ham grover, Jnmes C. Barney, Edward Hamford, Jns. J. Clark, S. IK Edwards, W. G. B. Erdman, John Fitzgerald, Ora Gilbert, F. Herring, D. Haynes, Geo, A. Jahant, I. N. Knrlsen, Peter Lally, W. A. Murphy, Irn Marker; Geo, Rupp, Albert Saledln, II,- G; Serrell, Rufus Sullenger, Frank Staples, Jn. H. Vnnscelke. W. D. Wnlterfc, Win. P. White. Wm. Walters, David Watt. Per str, Clnudine, from Maui nnd IIIlo ports, May 13. Miss Sullivan, Mrs. K. Smith, K. Itoendiihl nnd wife, Mrs. Baker, Miss A. Johnson, Mrs, 'Murray, Itov. W. Ault, Itcv. .1. Niia and wife, S. E. Lucas, T. Vnseoncellos Jr., Mrs. D. II. Case, Miss A. nse, Miss V llllea, (I. 0. Cashdollar, 11. Itnsenbcrg, I'. N. Kahokuolunn and wife, H.-Awa iimra, wife nnd child; Mr. Odn, A. M. Nunes, Weiuhelnier, .1. Reiser, V. N. Lorcnren, A. Itlchlev. W. Ii. Whitney, D, I. W'ithington and 42 deck. Departed. Per str. Mauna Kea. for Maul and Hawaii, Mny 11. Mrs. Rodgenv Miss Baker, H. P. Baldwin. Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, W, O. Smith and party, V. Hind, F. J. Hare, S. R. Robinson. Mrs. S. Hapnl, Miss 'Hnpnl, Mrs. R. A. Lucas, Mrs. Lindsay and child, Alvah A. Scott nnd wife, A, W. Carter nnd wife, F. F. Boyer, Thos. Smith, B. Waggoner, R, A. Kearns, W. A. Kinney. E. Delnert, J, Klrkland. S. M. Knnnkanul, J. J. Belsef, D. B. D. Dowsett nnd wife. Rev. S. L. Desha, Dr. O'Day, wife and three children, Mrs. Emma II. Sprngue', Miss Allco Harper, D. L. Wlthington, Di Case, T. A. Burninghnm, Dr, Stow, Geo. Mundon, Chns. Tltcomb, C Lambert, A. Kerroth, W. A. Baldwin, R. Ooslln. - Ter str. Mlknhnla. for MolokaU Mny 11. Marin Innes, Mai In E. M. Sllvn, A. F. Judd, Miss B. Judd, MIbs Mary Sexton, Per P. M. 8. S. Mongolia for'Ytilto, hamn, Mny 11. H. G. Burrows, Mrs, II. G, Burrows, Hon- C. W. Fairbanks, Mrs. C W. Fairbanks, Charles' D, Fprd. Mrs, J. W. Timmons, Henry W, Whiting. JVr str. W. (1. Hall,, for Kauai ports, .,. .- ' h .'..' '. - ;--,.,-. A.- j u, SETTLEMENT DF 4. u. DREIER ESTATE Through the signing of a consent de cree yesterday by Circuit Judge Do Holt, the litigation over tho estate of tho late August Drcier has been, brought to n conclusion with an adjudication of the differences thnl existed to tho satisfaction of, nil concerned in tho set tlement of tho estate. The provisions of the decreo make n distribution of the interest held by Mrs. Dfoier in tho capital stock of August Drcier, Ltd., tire widov to have n life interest in the stock, which will revertlo hor children upon her death. Tho formal suggestion of n settlement without litigation originated with Mrs. Dreicr. The estate was brought into court on n suit Instituted by a son to break his father's will, the action having been instituted by ,Mrs. Drcier in an effort to set aside a trust, deed for tho benefit of tho children. Tho consent decreo was granted on n motion by Cecil Brown, trustee under the trust deed involved in the suit by Mrs. Dreicr, and F. A. Schacfer, guardian of August Dreicr nnd F.dwnrd Drcier, minors, beneficiaries under the deed of trust. Tho possibilities of long legal delays in the disposition of tho cases, which would naturnlly militate against tho intercuts of all holding nn interest in ,tho 06tnte, is advanced as a reason for tho lettlemcnt with tho approval oi tne court. , Settlement Is Full. Tho documents recited thnt tho guardian and trustee had received nn offer of compromise from Mrs. Drcier, which would also bring about n cessation of the suit brought by W. A. Kinney as the gunrdian ad litem of Kmile Drcier, to set nside the Dreicr will. The further statement is mado that Adcle Dreicr and Anna Dreicr Markham, under the will and both of age, desired to sea a termination of tho litigation. Under the provisions or the settlement Mrs. Drcier hns a dower right in 250 sharesof tho August Dreier, Ltd. which in the trust deed wore provided for Adole Dreicr with dividends on tho shares from January 1, 1000. The 240 shares also given Anna Drcier Markham under the trust deed nnd tho shares allotted August Jr. and Edward Dreier nre also turned over to Mrs. Dreicr for assignment to tho Hawaiian Trust Company to be held in trust for her during her lifetimo after which they go to the children. A proviso is attached that tho decree shall only go into effect upon the to Cecil Brown by Emma Dreier of 12.1 shares of the August Dreier, Ltd., stork for tho benefit of Emil Dreier nnd his family this being in accordance with th-, provisions of iho trust deed. Thompson nnd demons, the attorneys for Cecil Brown nnd F. A. Schaof er, cutors of tho will of August Dreicr, have been allowed a fco of $2500 for services performed in connection with tho estate. Reinstatement Ordered. A peremptory writ of mandamus was issued by .Tudgo Robinson yesterday through which t)io Lung Do Chung Ling Tong Benevolent Society will bo compelled to reinstnto Yong Kwong Tat on its membership rolls. According to tho views expressed by .imigo jtooinson, there was not legal reason why the petitioner should have had his name stricken from tho rolls of tho society, nnd that tho charges madoj against htm, nlleging fraud in connection with tho handling of tho stock of a railroad in China, wero not substantiated. The attorneys for the petitioner, E. C. Peters and A. G. M. Jiobcrtson, claimed that their client had been deprived of his rights and benefits which would accrue t,o him through membership in tho society, nnd that his pxpulslnn from tho organization was entirely contraty to law, in which view Jndgo Robinson fully concurred. Whitney Qualifies. Judge, W. I. Whitney took the oath of office yesterday as jndgo of tho Cir. cuit Court of tho First Circuit and is now roady for business. Upon qualify ing .ludgo Vtnitney couveneu cou't. una administered tho oath to John as clerk. Uillson D. Dell nt steno grapher and Kugeno K. Aiu as assistant clerk ana uniim. Jndgo Whitney was also commissioned by Chief Justico Hartwell as the interpreter of tho new juwnile delinquency act, and his first hearing into tho enses of young offenders will occur tomorrow morning, when two juvenile delinquents will como beforo him. ' FBEETII LONGS FOE WAIKIKL OCEAN PARK, Cnl., April 23. George Freeth of the Venice life-saving service hasn't been doing very much for the past ten days but enjoy the company of a rich uncle, Colonel Samuel Parker; Prince Knlnnlnnaole nnd party of Honolulu, who have been sojourning nt the Alexnndrln. In Los Angeles, since coming to the Coast from nn extended Eastern trip. George visited Long Bench yesterday In company With the distinguished visitors, who left last evening on the Sunset Limited over the Southern Pacific for San Francisco, in which city they are to remain until the first of May, when they are to embark on n steamer en route to their native Hawaii. George did not go to Snn Frnnclsco with his friends lust evpntng, but he will follow them in time to take their bout to Honolulu, to which point lie has been provided with the necessary ticket nnd also with one by which ho mny return to Venice If he llk"s. A BARGAIN. When you can save from twenty-five to fifty per cent, on any article, you hnvo a bargain. Yben you buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at tho regular price, you will probably save several times its cost In doctor's bills before the Slimmer is pver with, besides the feeling of security you Will have in know- May 13. Miss Hlscock, 0, II. Fair-1 ing that your family is prepared for I child nnd wife. Mr. Cnheon. . sudden nttaeiis of dvsentcrv or Mrs. Grny and daughter, family Coh.JKaahi and child. E. A. Knudscn and rhoea. For sale by all dealers, Ben' Med. Corps; Mrs. M. R. Healey, 2nd party, Itcv, F,. V. Tawing. son, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. ,, PERSONAL. , I i . . (From Wednesday Vdvcrtlser. Miss Helen nrlnckcrhort was an arriving passenger on the Mongolia from the Coast, T, L. Coognn of Oakland, Cal., is among the Monna Hotel guests who-arrived on tho Mongolia yesterday. W. L. Hughson of San Francisco Is domiciled nt the Monna Hotel. He arrived on tho Mongolia from San Frnnclsco. Mrs, George L. Nixon ot Reno, wns nn arriving' passenger on the Mongplnf She Is a guest at tho Moana Hotel. Lieutenant Philip H. Wrlghtson, Twentieth Infantry, has been granted three weeks' leave of absence, to take effect on May 24. W. W. Mines and wife and Mrs. R. B. King of Los Angeles arrived here on tho Mongolia yesterday. They ara staying nt the Moana Hotel. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Scott of San Frnnclsco, who arrived here on thd Mongolia, from the Coast, yesterday, arc staying at the Moana Hotel. G. W. Emmons, an arriving passen ger on the P. M, S. S. Mongolia, la,l among the guests ot tho Moana Hotel. His home Is In Alameda, California, Miss Bentrlce Campbell, who returned from, the mainland on the Mongolia yesterday, was met oft the harbor by her sister, Mrs. m W. Shingle, yes terday morning. Dr. D. S. Chamberlain and Miss I. L. Chamberlain, who arrived here yesterday from tho Coasti will remain In the Islands for several weeks, then continuing their trip to the Orient. A private cablegram from San Francisco states that Mr. Balch, manager of the wireless, was married yesterday to Miss Helon B. Skelly and that they are stopping at the Hotel Wm. G. Irwin, head of the firm ot W. G. Irwin & Co., arrived hero on tho Mongolia. Mrs. Irwin was booked to como atso, but at the last moment decided to stay In San Francisco. Sam Parker's fifty-sixth birthday was celebrated on the Mongolia on tho 7th. Tlils was the fourth time since Jnnunry 1 that this birthday had occurred, ench event being generally observed by the Colonel's friends and acquaintances. John Burroughs juid his party wero the guests at luncheon yesterday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Warren ot this city. Mrs. Warren is herself a writer of considerable note, and was ac quuinted with the famous naturalist before he arrived here yesterday. Mr. Burroughs will live at the Pleasanton Hotel during his stay here. . ., ;ajjJbit a... JJ'-X iiJi.i. G. Frederick Schwarz, a man with a reputation as a forester, arrived here yesterday on the Mongolia, and Is domiciled at the Young Hotel. Ho is from Boston. Mass., and is a friend ot Territorial Forester R. S. Hosmer. Mr. Schwnrz came here for a vacation solely. He was. formerly connected with the Federal Bureau of Forestry. Cnptaln H. P. Wilbur has been relieved from the Twenty-eighth Company, Coast Artillery, at Fort nnd placed on the unasslgned list. Ho will report at tho Presidio on July 1 to Major John K. Cree for duty on the latter's staff, and will proceed with tho Coast Artillery companies, under Major Cree for Honolulu on July 5. Chronicle. (From Thursday's Advertiser.) Miss Pollard of San Francisco came down on the Matson steamer Hllonlan, which arrived here yesterday. Delegate Jonah Kuhlo Kalanlanaole Is confined to his bed by Illness. He Is threatened with pneumonia, A. 'Robinson, ytfe and two. ohlldren arrived here from Kauai on tho Inter-Island eteumer XV. G. Hall yesterday. Julian Maude, who was an arriving passenger on the Hllonlan, from the mainland, will associate himself with Roscoe Perkins in the photography business here. W. P. Cathcart and wife ot San Francisco arrived hero last evening on the Matson btoamer Hllonlan. Mr, Cnthcurt Is a well-known business man of the Golden Gate City. Mrs. Otman and child and Mrs Schumate of San Francisco were ar riving passengers on the Hllonlan, from the Coast. They will return on the steamer next wtgek, making the voyago ns a vacation. Yefterdny was the thirty-sixth anniversary of the. birth of Ernest A. Secretary of the Territory ot Hawaii and president of the Board of Health. Tha strenuous official was remembered with many ilower tokens. Mrs. Mllo Potter nnd her attractive daughter. Miss Nina Jones, have sailed for Honolulu after a brief visit in town. They will remain about a month in the Islands, and on their return Miss, Jones will be the guest for a short time ot Mrs. Baldwin Wood, Miss Suzanne Klrkpatrlck and Miss Harriet Alexander. Wasp. Mr. Henry 11. Meyers, the senior member of the firm of Meyers & Ward of Snn Frnnclsco, the architects ot tho Alexander Young building. Is In town, accompanied by Mrs. Meyers, on their first visit to Honolulu. They nre registered at the Young, and will remnln with ns two or three weeks. visiting the volcano and other points Of interest In the meantime. Miss Florence Yarrow Is ill. Rev. E. W. Thwlng left for Kauai last evening on the steamer W. G. Hall. J. J, Belser was an nrrlvlng passenger from Maul on tho Claudlne yesterday. Senator George H. Falrchtld and wife returned to Kauai on the W. G. Hall last evening. E.' A. Knudsen and party returned to their home on Kauai last evening by the W. G. Hall.. W. L. Whitney was a returning pas senger to this city on board the jeRterday morning. D, L. Wlthington returned on the Claudlne yesterday from a business trip to the other islands. Mrs. D. II. Case of Maul, wife of the Wnlluku nttnrney, arrived hero yesterday on the Claudlne. Rev. Dr, Doremus Scudder Is among those booked for the voyage to Maul on the Claudlne this evening. Lster Petrle Is booked to leave for the mainland on the Hllonlan. He will return In about four months, mJdiJt u fti.t PIP. ml MilicaxTili. Bwteiifiwl &AKlH5 POWDER 0. Brewer & Co, ...., 8coa. awa....M, ...SMM..,j..., Haw. Ail 'cultural . naw uom a sugar vo naw eugar l.o ....... Honomu ............. Honokia... Haiku IlntcoiDion Suj Plan i;oH...MMn. .... Kahuku .,. ....... Hekaha Sugar Co Koloa ..... McBrrde Sue Co Ltd.. Oahu sugar Co Onomea Ookala .. ., Dlaa Baiar Co Ltd Olowalu Paaubau Dug Plan Co racinc. .. Paia ......... Pepeckeo nuut;t;i ..,,............... Watnlua Agrl Co.... waiiutu H ., Walmanalo., Walmca Sugar Mill, MiscillaNious BBL'o..., Haw Electric Co , II RTALCoPfd H RT a Co Com Mutual Tel Co Naiilku Rubber Co .... .Nanuu KubDerco D1UI, Co..... Hllo URl'o Honolulu Brevrlne A Mailing uo Liu Haw I'lucapple Co. Bonds flaw Ter ipc (Fiv Clalmi) . Havr Tr 1 pc (Refunding 1805 .. ITawTet H pc. .. HawTeMK pc, ... Haw ter SH PC CalBeetkiugA Kel Co 6 p c ...... , lUIkaHPC Ilamakua Hitch Co tuDncrditchl fls.. Hawaiian Irrigation U" ,b Haw 'Com A Sugar CO fi D C . 0110 It It Co 8 PR. Honokaa Bug l!o 6 p c Hon IITlLCoIu r Mclirjdo Bug Co 6 p c OR & Leo 6n c Oahu sugar Co 5 p c... uiaa bugar co e P e, Pacific sugar Mill Co 8 ................ ... Paia 8 pc .... Pioneer Mill Cotpc Walaltu AS I'oSp c. ra .000,000 S,000,C00 ,1300,000 2 812,115 2,00 '.OOP 750.1)00 2.000. 000 MW.IW 2.500.000 500.100 800.000 500.000 J.500,000 ft.BO0.000 1.000,000 00.000 5.000.000 150.UX, 5.0O0.000 500,000 750.000 750,000 2,750,000 4.500,000 11.500.000 '.UZ.O00 123,000 l.SOn.000 500.000 1.150,000 150 000 60.000 A!eS. ,OO0.000 1.000,000 400 000 400,000 mt.out atandlDg 815.1M 600,100 1.000,000 1.UU0.UO0 1.044,(01 1,000,000 225,000 200,000 l.COO.COO 1 210.COC 1.000,000 450.000 647.000 2.000,000 2.OC,0OO flOOOOO 1,250 000 500 .000 WAX) 1.250,000 1,500,000 val (100 20 100 SO 100 100 25 20 100 100 20 20 20 20 20 100 tc 100 100 100 100 loo 100 100 loo 100 100 100 10 100 100 100 20 20 20 Bid 220 27;; 0 151 17H KO 19H 1IB tiffl 147 US 102 75 23 22 00 100 100 IK) ICO 10C?; l'O ice 81 103 io2: 1CK l5i" Jot I0S 100 1 4 W 28 30 : Absolutely Pure Tha only baking povntai made with Royal Oramm Cream of Tartar No Alum, No Lime Phosphite HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honolulu, Thursday, May 13, 1909. NAME OF STOCK. Uacltal Paid Up vk 20X 200 115 fig 45 sS'k 221 iei jlfjC 121 21H et llOtf 23.123 on ?100 paid. ii per cent, paid. Session Sales. 30 Ewn, 2S; 5 Paia, 220. Between Boards. 75 Hon. B. & M. Co., 23.50; 65 Honokaa, l'.zb. nfter a tour of the States and Europe. First Lieutenant Thomas H. Cunningham, Sohofleld Barracks, H. T.. is designated for detail in connection, with the progressive military map of the United States. Among tho arriving passengers on the Claudlne yesterday was Rev. W. Ault, who came down to take part in Mrs., A. B. Ingalls' recital last even ing. He will return to Maul this evening. A. B. Arlelgh and wife are booked to leave for Maul on the Claudlne this .evening. Mrs. Arlelgh recently returned from the mainland. Both Mr. and Mrs. Arlelgh expect to leave for tho 'Coast again in the .near future. H LEASE DF TIE BECEI1E STATION President of tho Board of Health expects to complete tho extension of the lease on the tract of land on which (ho Kaiihi Iteceiving Station is located within the course of he.next week. Tho land,' wsi (eased from Mr. Samuel Damon, ond Vrhuo a number of propositions have been considered the president and members of (he Board of Health are convinced that the extension of the lease on the pres ent sito la far better than considering a change iu tho location of the receiv ing station. Mr. Damon has stated that ho is willing to extend tho leaso on tho land at the same rate as tho first lease, tho new' lease to run for a long period, probably thirty years. President has full power to act in the matter and states that there will be no difficulty in concluding I the negotiations that aro now pending, r -! OH, THitf WJOELESB MAN, Wherevor ho goes, whomever he knows, Ho talks the wireless game. t Tho shape of a spark, in the pitchycuark, And the flash of a signal flaine,r,' It's hard for the mamho tafkjfs When ho starts' on a. wireless alk, , And the truth I tell. I wou1Tro anywhere To escapo that . i t'S i . ,' boen; BBGO Tn this city, May 13, 1609 to the vrMe of Julio P. Rego, a (laugh ter. Jl. u.,fA..,i.