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Ballot for Worn n Voted
. League Ssssion.
Though It wns expected that there
would be- urguitients against woman's
suffrage At the meeting of the Manoa
section of tho Womans Cooperative
League yesterday afternoon, none
were present. Ab3tit 'fifty members
of the league met At the homeMf
Mrs. V, 'G. Sfeero to listen to a talk
ty Mrs. H. M. Rhodes of Seattle.
Airs, Rhodes' address Airs. Steere
"I for'qne do not behove in woman's
BiilTrago in Hawaii."
In her tnlk'AIrs. JJliodcrf said that
women, objected 'to going to" the ballot,
box, lirit sho emphaslrod the fact that
In cleaning up a city n woman's vote
counts moro than the, individual woman.
She also said that wjiilo a large number
of women weip gathering funds for
homes for fallen women and others of
that type, the b6mos when erocted
would nover remedy the causo for their
necessity. Shfl also dwelt upon, tho old
idenlmen, liavo towards women. They
look upon them a creatures to bo protected
but they Ho not always protect
Western Men Liberal.
''The men in 'the West, however,"
said Mrs. Rhodes, Vnre willing to grant
women the -vote 'Because' the women
havo iought .with, them shoulder to
shoulder 'in the business 'world! I
smile at th,o Men in Honolulu for thoy
seem to havcMhe Idea that woman is
n Fluffy ufigsort of person that
has to be looked after."
Having been aq advocate of suffrago
for many years aiul liaving been octlve
in tho light iOuffrngo in Washington
Mrs. Rhodes was ablo to. give tho women
of Maiipa a pretty 'fair knowledge
of what it has dqno in Senttlc.
The question that seems to bo bothering
tbo women is whether or not the
women of Honolulu: at6 ready for the
vote. Ono woman asked if tho Hawaiian
woman , w.'ould vote any moro intelligently
than her husbdnd.' The suggestion
also made that many of
tho whito 'warden would "not take
enough iiutcreat,ln suffrage to go to the
polls and cast'Jhcir .ballot.-
These questions wcro.easlly answered
by Mrs. Rhodes. Sho1 "said that if the
woffled wanted to have good' government
they would h'avo fo vote. Wheti
tliat tho women did
not 'A.tidwi'nnythlng of tha1 candidates
that Wero plirfip for office and had no
way of finding out, Mrs. Rhodes said
vote tho ,men whg nra candidates will,
be tho first to.'volugteor information'
concernlngjt&jr'lpwfnltyolicy ianul toll
uii mo uniavoruuie tilings they, ,know
ab,(jii,'0?ri)rljnniii,cffor 'tbo same 'oflicc.
Mrs. J. M. Dowsott president of tho
local suffrage organization answered
for tho, Hawaiian women,. She said
that from't(io begiun'ing"'tho Hawaiian
woman, jindbeonthe voter1 but during
tho fast fow years tho men had brokon
nwny nnd had voted. as thfcy.iwisked or
as they wero told to do by some other
man. Mrs. Dowsett said that when tho
women of Hawaii are given tho vote
they will stand for tho right.
A piiporvmarkod, "For Suffrage,"
"Against Suffrage" and "Undecided"
was circulated. The canvass showed
that tho women. undecided on suffrage
run in tho load, the following
closely and there wero but fow
who stood for ydtes for women. There
are to bo two moro mcotings when this
Biibject will bo , discussed. In two
weeks tho speakers tfill nfguq against
suffrage and at .the .next meeting u
-summary of ho, different speeches will
bo gicn. . , ,
Tho next meeting will bo held at tho
Library ojpjfa'wnil if the Cooperative
League can secure permission for the
life of omTor the vacant rooms at tha,t
' ' '
Tlio special .veuiro St ten men who
were selected to fill tho vacancies in
tho 'federal grand jury until tho close
of the term iu October, will bo sworn
by Judgo Dolu in the United States
district court this morning at ten
o'clock'. The new grand iurorstarc:
Jlruco Cartwright, Jr., F, '0, Ather-ton,
II. C. Carter,' D. Howard
Norman E. Gcdge, II, Williams,
Percy II. Xottage, Seeley I, Shaw,
aiuniey stopnenson ana lfuke J. na
'f hcitiry"itV. dVoct'ed to return, in,
dicfmelits in ccrfain long-standing- fed
eral cases early next woek.
"Wo have a number of men in jail
for offenses against the regulations of
tho postofiico and other federal departments,"
said Assistant United States
District Attorney Hitting yesterday.
"We have been holding these men for
some time, and we are- lu nopes tuai
the grand iury will clear un these fed
eral matters first. Af.ter that will come
the more recent cases, like the Fcrrcira
and nclireiber .smuggling charges."
Cbar'es Schrpiber, former baker on
the Wilhelmina. who is charced with
attempting to smugglo four tins ot
unstamped opium into IIllo, was 'released
on ilie furnUhlne of n t7.'i( bond
to tl,io United Statei marshal's office
Saturday afterncon. The bond wag secured
from the United States Fidelity
& uuaranty company of iialtlmore.
- M .A
HAWAIIAN GAZEr, TtTSDW MV J0 1 WEEKLY l "
Death Comes to
Life to Service
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nt rcsidenco in Mano.i Valley ,,,,,, tjvcii for the .l.isUparado In
at ten o'clock- this morning for reliruarv sho ovinced the deepest
only The public sen ices will be t(,re,t al".(1 roi!rctted that she wns
at Central Union Church' nt Ihrnn .. n.. .....i.i. .i. .:.i... ...!
Miss Rosalie C. K. Daison died at
five minutes past rour o'clock yister.
day afternoon nt tier home lu Mnuoa
Valley. Her de'ath was mimentaHly
exjiected for some days.
Acute illness, which continued during
the past year, compelled lier to" give
up her active duties us agent of the
humane society in this city before tho
close of IU12. Tho ravages of disease
compelled Miss Davison to seek rest
nnd health in California, where sho
went in February, accompaniod by her
sister, Mrs. A. 1'. Taylor, remaining two
months. Feeling that she was Hearing
the end sho returned to Honolulu n few
The deceased fought death n,s '",ri
as she hud fought social evils in this
community and with as much determination
as sho had shonn in her work
for tho betterment of the condition of
destitute nnd Til-treated children mid
dumb animals. It was known two
wcelta ago thntiMcath was not for distant
and sho was ijwaro of its approach,
but oven nt that timo she motored
uroiWd the island and inspected stables
and barns at various villages on tho
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Her splendid constitution and vital,
ity warded off death ns long ns this was
possible. Tho n'ear end was seen
when four days ago her conllition was
such sho failed to recognize relative"
and friends who crowded to her bed
side. Sho sank into n comatoso state
and on Saturday became unconscious.
After thirty-six hour's, still struggling
to ward off tho .inevitable end, she
passed away peacefully.
A Trintn fttniirnl unci.!...? 111 l.n I
o'clock this afternoon. Dr. Doremus
Scuddcr, pastor, ufilcinting. Tho second
servico will bo hold in uccord with tho
wisnes or tho ouiccrs of the humane society
and women associated with other
is cxpecled many scliool teachers
Id pupils Will bo Drcsont. as for snmn '
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j... ,..Da "w!uii nus rounecied wun i
tho departnient of public instruction,'
us agent and assistnnt secretary.
following tho senices nt i Central
lTnl,.1 Plmv.!. 4t.n l..l ...;ti i.
wU,u.. ulll.,v,., lUu win uo ere-mated.
The interment in tho
Cemetery will bo jirlvntc.
(Kauliuiiinnu tho Christian)
Davison, was born in Jlonululn September
22, J8CS, tho daughter of. tho Into
Ilenoui Itichuiond D.ivlson, superintendent
of tho first United States
murine hospital in Honolulu, und also
first superintendent of the infniio nsy
him. Her mother, nfter tho death of
Mr. Davison, married A. A. Montano
Descendant of LHoa.
Through licr mo'ther she was a descendant
of Liloa, first king of Hawaii,
and tho great great granddaughter of
tho high chief Malulani and Kclaliunn
(w), whoso daughter M.Vkuloa married
Kahn, the cliiofess 6f Awlni,
Knhaoiulanl was the foster mother
of Kainehnmeha tho, First.
Ahia, the daughter of Kaha and
married Captijin (leorgo Ileckloy,
an English sea captain, nnd tho first
military commander of the Hawaiian
fort which was built nt tho foot of
Fort Btrect nearly a century ngo. Ho
wps made a chief by Kamohameh.i, and
is also credited with tho designing of
the first Hawaiian merchant tlag.
Through her grandfather, Abram
Henry Fayerneather, sho was tho great
grandnleco of Rev. .Tunic's Richards, one
of tho five young mop who Locarno
famous at tho memorable "haystack
meeting" at Williams College, whera
laid tho foundation of foreign mis
sions and through which missionaries
wero afterward sent to llnwaii.1 Dunn tho taking of tho 1800
her was related toi Sus Misk, Davison was an assistant to
tho Itirlimonds, Compftons and Uavi , the late Alatau T. Atkinson, who was
sons of England, ono of the latter superintendent.- Duriug tjie
nnving ueen it secicinry io ijiiecn
Miss Davison first attended St. Andrew's
Priory, of which Sistr Herein
was the bond and Sisters Albertinn and
Ileatrico, teachers. She afterwards attended
the Fort Btrcet school under
Prof. M. M. Scott aud finished there1
One Who Gave
of the Friendless
with honors. She attended Oa'hu
in the class with Mrs. Walter
Frear, A. M Hiown, Horace Chamberlain,
Fred Whlfiicy and many others.
Sho opened tho first English school
in Manoa Valley for tho goellent)
nnd nfter teaching there" for u few
years entered the ollico of the board ot
education" as school ngent. and later
became nssistaut secretary of the board
under tho late Alntau T. Atkinson, then
tho superintendent of tho "public schools
of tho Territory. -During her Incumbency
sho was selected as commissioner
of education to represent Hawaii nt
the liultalo exposition.
Friend of Dumb Animals.
When the humane society wns reorganized
liv' the ivomcu of llonqlulu
Miss Davison was appointed humane
oflicer and during tho regime, of Sheritr
Curtis P. Inukca received a police commission
na humane officer for tho department,
serving two.years. She wns
activo in her duties ns humane' officer
until several months ago 'when her HI
ncss becnino so ncuto that sho was
reluctantly compelled to givo only n
linof t,imo to looking after dumb ant
mals and children.
Lovo of horses and dogs was ono ot
tho deep set passions of her lifo nnd
from childhood she wns devoted to
their best, interests. Sho wns ono'' ot
the finest horsewomen in tho Islnnds
nnd until a few years ago always drove
n Mii in u light, carriage, ucing an ox
The samo love of horses prompted
several director-generals of floral pa
rndes to ask her to assume charge ot
Ihq riders' section, one of tho
horses. Her illness becanio so' acute
that she wns compelled to seek a
chance of climate-in February nnd
As humane officer she was out early
n.l n(n ..lEttldn ilin attllllna n ,i il
f owrers of nlbnntionalities here,
:.... ,ln inunn.4inn. nkin. Imrxns
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n,ni mules out ot shatls in tho streois.
r0inlolling owners to change harnesses
f 8uit nnlirtils, dropping cl eck reins
Und requiting that stablo nnr bum ac
. .. " . .
commodations bo brought up to a better
standard. She always held the opinion
t lint mi ounce of provpntlon wns worth
a pound of euro, aud rarely mJdo arrests
when other means would effect
losults in favor of dj'mb nnlmnls. In
nil th's work she had the friendly
oration of nnimnl owners.
Devoted to Children.
Her tamo devotion to tho helpless led
her into tho field for children who wore
ill treated nt .their homes. Drunken
fathers nnd mothers recehed no pity
from Miss Davison and from them she
would tikn children, pass them through
the courts and find foster parents for
them, or plnco.them iu institutions such
ns the Kalvntion Army Home.
Childless mothers of many racos
sought iTer to givo homeless children to
them. Hardly n day passed but that
some woman did not visit her at her
homo to ask her to find a child that
needed a good homo. Sho nlso assisted
in the work of tho associated charities
Young girls, whoso homo influences
droo them to seek pleasures elsewhere
nlso Decamo matter of Hccp, concern
to Miss Davison. , dly night ,sho" went
into tho lowly paits of tho city, watched
places which young giris wero .said
to irenuent, ana which lea to tnci
, in mu'L'Muri iu nave mi ".
For those who wero incorrigible Miss
Davifon always resorted to the courts
und sent them to tho wirls' Industrial
School, and when girls enmq out of this
institution her same desire to aid led
d.er to find employment for them.
cholera .outnreaK iliss uavison was an
One of the women prominent in the
liiniinno society work, nnd who was one
of her most ardent supporters, said of
Miss Davison only a fow days ago:
"Rose endeared herself in tho hearts
of the high nnd the low, tho rich ami
nnnnr uinTnnu i
;Supreme Court Sets Aside
Decisionof Judge Cooper
in Important Suit
Entirely reversing Circuit .ludge
Henry 1J. Cooper's decision of - last
January, when the wjll of,t'lnus
thb deceased sugar magnate, wns
ftirvrttlnil 41m ..... ntltil.iti nf ... Ilia, uti
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court of California overridden, and
John D. and Adolph H. Sprcckols 'il
lowed to share ecpmlly with the other
three children in the distribution of the
.Min,0i)U estate situated in Hawaii, the
supreme court of tbo Territory jester-day
morning lyindcd down u decision
which hold? tho last testament of the
sugar king valid and ordered judgment
'against tho two sons ignored in the
Hut the adverse decision of the highest
court iu the. Territory 11II not pnt
tho ipiictus bir tho last hopes of the
two brothers, according to their attorney,
Robbins li. Anderson of tho firm
of J'rosser, Anderson & -Marx, the
cne. as it affects the Hawaiian
ertles, will probably bo carried to t lie
Supremo Court of the United SttitiM,
possibly within thirty days.
"While the tcrritor.i supreme court
did not follow' tho oxnet rcnEomiig ot
tlio supicme court of California," said
Mr. Anderson Inst night, "it reached
tho same conclusion, essentially."
Thu mtpremo court of tho Territory
arrived nt its conclusion by an im
plicit following of tho precise wordin
of tho will of Clans Spreckols. It Jield
."tnat tiie words in n will uro pre
s'umed to have been used in their pri
mary and ordinnry sense; thnt of two
reasonable modes of construction, ono
of which will lead to intestacy nnd tho
other to a vnlid disposition, tho latter
will be accepted nnd that nn estato or
Interest given is to bo regarded as
vested unless it clearly appears that
ii contingent estntu or interest was in
Contention of Plaintiffs.
Tho nttomoys for f.lolm 1). nnd
Adolph II. Sprockets; based their claim
10 snare in me csiuio uu iiiu gruunus
that tho wording of the will made an
intestacy contingent as to tha ,rcat
estate in Hawaii. Thoy held that it
would require an indefinite length of
time to partition the cstnte according
to tho terms of tho will. Such a period,
they claimed, would.'cnuse tho cstnte to
bo illecal under the law against per-
pctuitics. And if tho provisions of the
will were thus rendered illegal nnd void,
John D. nni) Adolph H.f apreckejs wero
entitled as dliect descendants of tho
sugar magnate to shuro pro rata with
tho other threo chlldtcn iu tho estate,
Tills contention wns held invalid by
tho supremo courU of California. The
brothers then transferred their nctlvl
ties to tho courts of tho Territory in
un effort to acquire title to a shuro In
tho $300,000 ctnto located here. Last
summer two suits wero. instituted by
them against tho direct hcneilcinrios ot
tho will and against CT. lirewer A; company.
Tho circuit court, 'in a jury-waived
trial boforo Judgo Henry K,
Cooper, granted tbo opponents of the
will nn equal slinrc with mo ncirs in
tho division or tlio proporty. ino
of tho supremo court yesterday
vacates tho verdicts of tho lower court
und fnvora tho direct dcWseecs of the
will, ordei'.ng judgment ngninst John
I), nnd Adolph ji. spreciscis.
California Case not Affected.
It is said this decision will not affect
in any way tho ruling of tho supremo
court of California on a similar case,
Estato of Sprcckels, 1UJ, C"al. 55U.
The high court of the Territory folt
that it ought to follow the decision of
tho California supremo court
it is intrinsically sound nnd
just." Hut this wub ot allowable as
the law of tho Golden Stato materially
differs from tho law of tlio Territory.
There tho creation of a trust to con-cy
real - property to beneficiaries is
prevented by statutory provisions.
Therefore, tho torritorinrmiprciuo court
held that "thu construct.on and effect
of this, will, and tho validity of its
provisions with respect to tho land in
dispute must bo" dctcimlncd with reference
to tho Inw of Hawaii, and
this court must examitio tho will to
ascertain tho Intention of the teslnL.r
and give effect to that intention if it
bo not repugnant to tho law of th'.!
jurisdiction irrespective of what May
have been hold in California."
Appeal Is Probablo,
There is Baid to be ono loopliolo al
tho poor, irrespective of 'nationality,
end people in troubjo never hesitated
to go to Rose becauso they wero always
sure of Kelp."
1 Beloved by Urchins.. ,.
Oftentimes a woman or a eirl in
trouble telephoned to Miss Davison's
homo nt night and no matter -what tho
hour Mips Davison hitched her horse
and drovo down into the purlieus of
mo city to give a helping hand. Hard
ly u school child In the country,
whether white or l.rown but knew Alls
Davison nnd tlio boys always toolc off
tucir hats to her ub sho passed them.
"This city owed a lot to Miss Davi
son aud I believe it was a better community
for'her big-hearted work," said
another of her women friends. "She
wns generous to n fault and would give
ler Inst dollar to help any ono in
Miss Davison leaves turvivlng her,
besides ner mother, iirs. aiontano, two
sisters, .Mrs, Aluert P. Taylor nml Atrs
Mnrearet I). Drown, and n brother, II.
lowed the lixers in rtefliv division,
according to John I) md AJulph l),
HprftkrU' attorneys Tn.i' is mi the
law of the Territnn cnw'f'iig Urn car
tying of final npjicnU til the Supreme
i ourt of the United Stntss In Call I
foruln. the esse ns It ntlnctn mntH"HV i
'Mtunted in that Nntc, i soUl'ti fur
i good and nil b the lhw th'-e, whlih
I holds that n Htate supremo court deel
moii is liimiiug ami mini, wituau at
mittiiuce of any legal right to appeal
to the United States tribunal. Here,
In the Territory, however, n decision of
tlufisiipri'iue court uf tho Wanda
be questioned once again lu tho Unl
ted .States Supreme Court. i
That Is just whnt tho disinherited
inemberH of tho Spreckols family, no-cording
to the will, nrn supposed to be'
contemplating. tt will menu tlio
of-. litigations appertaining to
lauds-and other properties situated in
the Territory. Hut, nt best, it can in
nn manner or form nffect tho larger
estate in Cnlitornla or tho provisions
of tho supremo court of thnt State, it
HAVE LEASE RENEWED
Ten Thousand Dollars Per Year
Offer Made for Area of
Formal tipplicnlion has 1ieen made to
tha commissioner of public lands, by
the Parker Ranch officials, for n renewal
of tho lease, which expires July
1 on tho .government lands of I'liu
.kapu, Walinen, Knwalhao nnd other sections
of the big cattle ranch on Hawaii.
Thin information was given out
by Governor Frear yesterday.
Over ,50.000 acres of pasture and
mountain lands lira embraced in tho
area covered by tho old
leases which expire Saturday. '
"Tho Pnrker people offer in tho
nqighborhood of $10,000 yearly reutal
for these lands," said Oovernor Frenr.
"This would mako it an nverngo of
about twenty cents per ncro. Tho offer
Is not mndo in u lump sum. From ten
to twenty cents per ncro is offered for
the pasturo lands, whllo for other tracts
tho nilnunl rental offered per ncro varies
from ten to twelvo nnd n half nlul
twenty.fivo to fifty cents."
Tho wntcr for tho upper Ilamnkua
ditch is collected from the
Puukupu faction and is considered
a very valuable territorial asset. Up
to a week ago nothing had been said
or dono by tho Parker Ranch officials
ns to whether they wanted to renew
tlio lease or not nnd tho tcrrltonnl authorities
were nonplused over this apparent
show of lack o'f interest by tho
parties most concerned.
Tho publication of tho story in Tho
Advertiser oor' a week ngo rovlved
tho question and the Parker interests
sat up nnd took notice, with the result
'hat, following tho story and tho
receipt of a communication from the
commissioner of public lands also bearing
on tho subject, the formal application
for'n renowal of tho leaso has now
The application will bo considered by
the land board nt its noxt meeting
which, nlthough tho dnto has not been
announced may b0 held tho latter
part of this week.
TRULY RURAL HEW
Garden Island: If tho strenuous
fight against tho billboard proposition
which is iu progress in Honolulu is
simply one wherein ono advertising
medium is endoavoring to frcezo out
u competitor, tho pcoiilo are being used
ns tools in a mighty poor cause. The
billboard nuisance if such it can bo
considered is of no consequence on
Kauai, aud, being hi (he advertising
ijusiness wo wouia nuturuiiy
feel opposed to liaving "our beauti
ful scenery" innrtcil with unsightly,
gaudy boards. However! thero seems
but little need iu the public taking
such dnistic measures as it would appear
the Honolulu pooplo nro doing, in
Mj'iuucii as some or our lending nusi
jugs iiuusua nuru jiuuuiio
of tho Honolulu billboard, it seems u
little unfair for these samo firms to
discontinue their lmtronngo with an
abruptness which would spell ruin to
a firm which las so much at staKo.
Mr. Frazlcr should bo notified of the
impending discontinuation of the bus!
nerH, that he might sort of shapo his
circumstances accordingly. His is a
legitimate business, and, being such,
should not bo attacked iu any suffragette
form which is being done at
present. There seems so many other
things which the people of Honolulu
should do towards making "beautiful
Honolulu" more beuutlful, that when
thoy wipo. tho billboard out of existence
we hopo they will enlist tho
of tho Morning illadder in
tlieir'nttompt to continue the improve-mint,
it is a toss-up ns to which is
the most unsightly to tho visitor tho
billboards, or tho,(elty's fitrets which
are constantly being .torn up for the
laying of pipes, etc. No, dear old Honolulu
will not. lmvo put on tho finish
ing touch by n long shot, when sho hns
dono uway with the
WAIKANE WHARF FINISHED.
Superintendent of Public Works .1.
W. Caldwell issued a statement yesterday
morning to tho effect the now
Walknne landing hud been completed
hv the contractors, tho Lord-Young Engineering
Company,. Vim) that the, landing
is now ready for business. Tho cost
of tho Vnlkan,o landing to the Territory
"Tho landing has been practically
accepted by tho Territory," said Superintendent
work was wolf done and I nm moro
I than satisfied with tho job.
HLWsMnP I wm
By Merchants Bxcnttt.
Monday, Mny 20, 1013.
Sun FrniiciscprrjArrlvVd, Mny 20, 8
n. in., S. S. Mny 20.
San i'rimelsco Sailed, -May 20, bark
Andrew Welch, for Honolulu
Sydney Arrived, May 20, 3. &. Von
turn, hence Mny 12.
, Sailed, May 20, S. S. Ramses,
Tocomn Sailed, May 215, schr. Melrose,
liana Arrived, May 25, schr.
from San l'rancisco.
Yokohama Sailed, May 21, S". S.
China, for Honolulu.
Cardiff Sailed, Mny S, S. S. fllennrt
ney for Honolulu nnd passed Teneiiffo
on Mnv, 15.
Sent'tle Sailed, May 2t, S. S. llyodcs
Friday, May 2.1, 11)13.
Ililo Sailed, May. 22, schr. J. II.
Bruce, for l'ort Hrngg.
Newcastle Sailed, -May W, &'. H. Hor-Helen,
for Pint Allen.
(laviotn Hailed, May 22, ship Falls
oi ii)dc, ior Honolulu.
rort unmlile Sailed, .May 23, schr.
Robert Lowers, for Honolulu.
Sun Francisco Arrled, Mny 23, 10
a. in., S. S. Enterprise, from Hllo May'
Sutu." li-. . May 24, I'.'lS
Mahukonn Sailed, May 21, schr. S.
T. Alexander', for Tncomn.
Snn I'lancisco Sailed, May 21, 1 p.
in., S. 8. Persia, for Honolulu,
San Francisco Sailed, May 21, noon,
U. S. A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu.
Snn Francisco Arrived, May 24, 7
a, in., S. S. Maverick, lienco Mny 10.
Port Sim May 24, S.
S, V. P. Herrln, hence Mny 10.
Saturday, Alqy 21, 1013,
Str. Niihiiii, from luiutii ports, 2:15
a. in. ''
Str. Helcne, from Hawaii ports, 4:45
a. m. i
Schr, Ida Jiayfom Oahu, ports,
1:50 p. iu. i
Str. Manna Ken, from Hllo via way
poits, 0.20 n. in.
Schr. Fluiircnco' Ward, from Island
ports, 7:20 u. m,
Str. Noeuu, from Knual ports, 11
Sunday, May 25, ll13.
Str. Miknhadi, from Maui und
ports, 12:05 a. m.
Str. lwalanl, from .Hawaii, 1:45 a.m.
M. K, S. S. Honolulnn, from
2 a. in.
Str. Klunii, from Kauai ports, 2:30
Str. W. O. Hall, from Kauai torts,
5 a. in.
Monday, May 20, 1013.
O. S. S. Sierra, from Snn FranciBCO,
7:30 a. in, "
A.-II. S. S. Mexican, from Seattle, 8
P. M. S. 8. Siboria, from Yokohama,
12 p. iu.
llr. Fishing Hont Ibccarla, from Suvu
port, 2 p. iu.
Str. Claudine, for Kauai ports, 0 p.
Am. schr. Helcne, for Port Town-send,
10 a. in.
U. S. L. II. T. Kukui, for cruiso,
2:10 p. iu.
Str. Milium Ken,' for Ililo via wny
ports, 3 p. m.
Str. Likeliko; for 'Kauai ports, 4:30
Str. Xoc.'iu, for Kn'uiil ports, C p. in.
Fr. bk. Notru Damo'd'Arvor, for S'an
Francisco, p. in,
Schr. Keann, for'Island ports, 10 a.m.
btr. Mokolil, for Hawaii ports, 10 a.
Str, NIIhai, for Kealla, Anahola
ports, 5 p. in.
Str. Kenhou, for Kauai ports, 5 p.m
Str. Claudine, for Lahuina nnd Ka
n u lul ports, a p. m.
Per str. Minimi Ke'a, from Ililo, Mny
'J t. Miss Townsehd, Aliss Huttoii, R.
(Juinii, P. (!. Jones, Ai Ourtlcy and
wife, Geo. Ljeurgus, A. Lewis, Jr., nnd
wife, 1), Sherwood, Q. Schreibcr, A. S.
fllbb, II. Johnson, .! A. Wilder, O. S.
Cnrlsmlth, .Miss Gray, -Miss do Cump,
H. W. Jlist, Ho Illn.'W. II. Ilrundnge,
.las. Sakal, J. F. O'llrlon, W. TT Frost,
Miss S. Mnsudn, O, Sorenzoiu Miss li.
iiurtwell, M. Lutz und wife, Wm.
C. It, Gage, Mr. Shimu'cupa, wife
and child, Mrs. Pang tSeo and child,
Master Hewcastlo (tw'o), Mrs, J, C.
IIouL'htiilllnc, Miss Houghtailing, C.
II. Urown, P. Tallet, M,rs, Tailed Jas.
Per str. Kiuau, from Knuai ports,
May 25. Mrs. Kalano Peters, J. Burgers,
Chong 'Iloug, II, Knhclc, Heo Fat,
Ah Lack, 1". II. Enos, F. JoTgenscn,
Mrs. J. M. Hell, S. G. Colin, O.
G. llustard, A. D. Hills, W. It.
Jones, W. H. Stewnrd, L. G. Ulackman,
L. A. Dickey, 'A. Hnmbcrg. Mrs. M. F.
Prosser, II. C. Waiitron, E. O. Vang-ham,
S. C. Crawford, 0. P. Wilder, W.
K. Schutzc, Mrs. Fook Sing Wo, Miss
Ah Fook, V. O. Philips, W. II, Rice,
Miss Matthews, Airs, Meir, E. A.
Airs. E. A. Knudsen, Miss E. A.
Knudsen, Aiaster Knudsen, Aliss JL
Lornnge, Aliss Jackson.
Per str. Alikuhala, from Molokai and
of ewy 4lpWi uitU H
ord.r. V .
way ports, May 'Ml-S.' A. Cutter, d.
Mlndonknwn. 1 .Wj kl.y,.Mri.if?
kuinn, Frank. Kupenea,
Airs, rtost. Ernct'rMyr
Per P, M. 8, 6. ib0"8J "om utliy
ports, .May CO, For UiOnolulu: W. K
ltoth, Airs. A.'P. Forbes, T. Iloriguchl,
Win A, Johnson, Robert King, AIIh C.
King, 8. Kugumtfdfl,', "C, C S. Loclt0r
Airs. ( . C. S, II.
Itee, R. Rummelspncbor, Chas. Btwill,
Aliss K, II. Sowall, sO. Van, Wi Tan
Doom, Aliss F. 8. 'Wikendcr. m !"
Through or Ban Francisco: MrsM.
Abertheny, tier. linuTMrjr'. "Hakeminn
and 3 chlldreti, -F. S; Dion, Rev. Jj AIT
Ulain, Aprs. J. M. .-children,
AInBter Daniel Uliiiri'.'Ej li Driphsm,
Miss F. M. ,F.
Cameron. Lieut. b'.s T.,"Casdy, lira. X.
At. Church', Miss; R.Cburcb, .P. .DoU,
Mrs. P. Do! ami Cotl Felt
Oedge, J. G. Gro'dtmann, f. C. Harris,
Airs. J. C. Harris, nhd 2 chJldrin, J.
II lie, Mrs. J. Ilpndlp nndchild, Itev.
-I. W. Hitch, Mrs. J.' W.. Hitch and 2
clilldren. Dr. U, J).- Hollis,vMiss. JI..M.
Irwin. Airs, Knthorino JobbsonJ. II.
Jiidron, Mrs'Ji"!!. Jndson, Miss
Lias Ngantow, Lung Ping iKwan,
1 11. Lysens, Mrs, Jt?.cIInLyiensJ. N.
.Martinez, Jl R. JfaxsonUowB,
nnd 2 children, Kev. T, '
J. F. Olssen, Miss'ElsAOUen. Mis., AI.
A. Posey, Airs. R. Prescott, Dr. EA.
Schell, Airs. E. A. Scbell, h. J. Smith,
Airs. L. J. Smith and infant, ,Miu
Alice Ward, W. C. West, .Mrs. W C.
West and 2 children, , J, sEWilli,Dr.
T. C. Winn, Cl J. Bnylay. Mri. 0., J.
linjley, Atis. At. Helden, Miss
Airs. 11. Ilosthwick, John, 8. Hrad-street,
Airs, A. Coombs, Mrs". A: E.
Coombs, Airs. D. IU Coyflen, 'Mrs. Q. Vf.
Daw, Aliss E. Daw. B. M. Dyer, Mrs.
S. AI. Dyer, Miss .Judith Erk'sop, ,Dt.
W. H, Faunce, F.,(Funk, Bev. C. P.
Gnrmnn, Airs. C. P. flnrrnan, Miss
Garman, Aliss ' Elizabeth Garman,
Arnster Phllippg Garman,, At Garnett,
Airs. At. Garnett, Mri. IP.' AT. Greene, B,
Guggenheim, Ernest Hnnlcol, T. Harada,
A, Ilnskin, Mrs, A. Haskin, Aliss JO. A.
Honton, Airs. T. Hlrotsu,.Mra. J,
II, Janss, Mrs, II. Jinas- andlnK.
fnnt, J, A. Jevno, Mrs.. J A. Javie,
Wnlter T. Johnnon,;Mr3. F,
nnd infant, Mj. Kurosawa, 11 "Ale-Clung,
E. AIcGary, Mra,.K. M. Mageei'
K. Alntsui, G. Alolics, Mrs. (J. Moll'.
Airs. II. E. M..irlsdn, JJr., H. 8 Pali6;
Airs. II. S. Paina, P H. Patchlu,,Mi.
P. II. Patcbin nnd infantMjss il. F.
Ilandolph, Alias A. At. Jli1,4""r. tSy
Roynolds, Mrs. T. H. Jtoynolds, X.,noH
relic, Mrs. J. )lo;ollt', Ottc Rqprecht
AiIbs K. A. Siwyor, A. .Seefrjd, M).
A Seofrld, J, A. Skinnr, Mra if. A.
Sl.inner, Miss Rut'o bkinner, .Kisa
Aicrtha Skinner, Mm. IU I Thcu)as,
A Vivinn, Airs. A, Vlylan, ,Mriv F.
Wnlzmnn, Mss 1). , Waiimjn, .lisj.M.
I! Wnterbury, Mni. P. Wicsttffeja,
Miss L. K- Wb.ff.ry; QSWryitMi'V.
L. Wriglit, U. Zlrfcoli: - ' Vr ,
Per O. S. 8. aicrra'froin 8an. Vtn
Cisco, May 20 Mrs, Albright
X H, .AlexanderUWy. A. Barked.
Aliss Nell HarriicloigliMMra.
inuii, Jno. Rratt) Mrit
Hoyd, C. C. Rrunnin'gton, C, ft,
O. B. Camp. Irs..Carnp,.Wa10pat;
II. Camp, M. C. Qatr'dl). J, L. CoilcburH,
Miss Alice G. Cooper '"Miss" E.' .Coitr
A. Dale, D. B, Pentpn, Miss Ifirl.
Denton, A. T. Dunbar, rs. M. Etkt,
Aliss, Jesssio Flanagan, Miss, Louuj
Girnrd, J. A. Gibb', Guy W. . OreWl
Arargaret Hind, Miss'Mona,'nina,.W
wnld Hind, W. B. Illrid, Mrs. A. Inge
soil aud Infant, .L'.i. N. Julian,. Mill
Knthlccn Kerr, Donald' Lewis, Q,'
Henry Locke, C. C.,LLayaland,l.,jOiUi
Ale), O. II. Nolbel, nt Vf, OgllvJeilMiif
Kntheriuo Ogllvlo. V.B. OuderklrW.'Si
l'atzold, Jos. I'helps, If. Bcintufa,
Aliss Frances Rood,, Mrij. W, .n.'i'Se'olt
and maid, Aliss Alice Bcott, Aliss Ap?)
Scott, Alias Eunice Scott Mis; Eleanor.
Scott, Aliss LolaiguTBcptt,, Mrs K CJ
Schocnstcin uid, moid, MnstcrRoW
Schocnstein, A. Seiner, ,Pi, E. Spafdlajr,
Airs. Thos. C, Spenccjr.and infant, Stanley
Stephonson, Misa" M, Tullocii,. MIs
Frances Witchor, O. Sf, Young", .,
Per str. Claudine, .for Lahaina an'd
Knhulul ports, May
Airs. L. E. Stovons, -Miss .M. MedolrcW,
Alias G, Gomes, Master '8. Inada, Mill'
S. Inadn, Airs. G. Inada, Rov": T.
A. F. P. Cbckclt, Geo.
Copp, F. J, JIcDonald, R. V. Boyd, J).'
L. Conkling, W. Prlnglo; W, Hdrley,
Wm. Roynolds, E. J. Jordans, B. H.
Rolic, F. II. Fostor, Rov. fa'. 8. Bc'udder',
S. Saki, K. T. Haruichl.
Per str. Mnuna Kea, for JIllo via way
ports, May 24. W. Burnett, Mr. aad
Atrs. W. S. Smith, J, D. Konnody, R. M.'
Lindsay, J. G. White, Rev. AY. 8. Short,
Snm Spencer, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Barnett,
Mrs. Job. Crozier and Infant; A. PI
Shortt, Rev. and Airs. Bodel 'and tnrja
clillilieu, Alias Caldwell; O, F. Eckart,
II. Yim, Ss 3. Reiser, II( Oallsen, H. D.
Curbctt, Aliss K, M. Duanft, Miss 'Lucy
Powers, Air. and Mrs. A.'T, Short, -Master
J. K. Bodel, Mlta E. Bodel, Rev, II.
P. Judd, Mastor Short. l '
Per Btr. Claudine," for Maul porta,
May 20. F. Oeseckj, Mra.1 V. J. Allen-caster,
Alfss E. Allen'caster, Mtft V.
Allcneaster, Mrav.J. Cj.f!iunira. Kim
Chong link, Jnsyjlehu'ela; E Kopke,
Jno. Robello, J. Fernandez, A4 ' $
Per str. WG, Hall,- for Kanal port
.May 20. Airs.' "W.1 IL Scott find party'
F. E. Rlchardaoh.
Aranagor Frank 'Chance of the Het
York Higlilandera'rocenily aia that he
would gladly pay10,00OJfor, the
of Joe Tinker of. the Cincinnati
team. This means that Chance realizes
ho is badly in need.of a shortatop.
r . .
She "Did you marry tnat girl you
used to say was the light of your llfef
in- no; x, ueciucd to live In the
A GOOD RULE FOR THB HOME. "
Alake it n rule 6f, your home to JL
ways keep on hand n bottle of
Colic, Cholera and pirrhoea
Remedy ns a safeguard agajnat bowel
complaints. It always cures promptly
and no household i safe 'without it.
For sale by Ben?on,-.Smith & Oo., td.,
agents for Hawaii- tCJvertUement
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