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Tne iP. 31. S. S. 3Iong61la got away
for the Ctjast yesterday at 3:15 p. m.
The band; was not in attendance at
the Hackfeld wharf, but a large crowd
witnessed the steamer's departure,
The steamer took 100 steerage pas
sengers away from here, including
Among the departing passengers was
J. P. Spindle who has been doing the
surveying for the Koolau railway. Mr.
Spindle has been in bad health of late
but, as a result of careful nursing, is
now well on the way to recovery. He
goes to his home in "Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore, who left by the
Mongolia, have spent the last three
winters here. Mr. Moore is a prom
inent Iowa merchant. He and his -wife
are In love with the country and ex
pect to return here next year.
xMiss M. Ena, a niece of Senator John
Lane, was a passenger to the Coast.
.Miss JETna'came to Hawaii after her
father's death. Her stay in .Honolulu
was prolonged on account of bad
health. She has entirely recoverd from
her indisposition. Miss na returns to
Long Beach, Cal.
Other well known .passengers to San
Francisco by the Mongolia were Mrs.
Z. K. Myers and .Mr. and Mrs. C. .A.
On Tuesday night sixteen of the fire
men and oilers aboard the S. S. Mon
golia broke quarantine and went
ashore. The police were notified of
the occurrence and the wharf draw
bridge was raised in anticipation of
their return. Toward midnight som&
of the crowd returned to the Hackfeld
wharf feeling pretty m"ri rushed the
police .and managed to swing, by grab
bing the drawbridge, over the breach
in- -the wharf.
Two of the men were stopped at Cap.
tain Riley's office, one being knocked
down and out by a policeman. He
was taken back and over the .draw
TjrJdge. A third .man managed to get
clean aboard the sh:p but was captured
and taken on the other side of the
drawbridge. Finally the whole six
teen were allowed to go aboard the
vessel. The trouble seems to have
foeen that the freight clerk and a num
ber of unlicensed and low-pay men
were allowed to leave the ship while
the licensed and Mglier paid men were
kept aboard. The fractious sixteen
apparently broke quarantine more tor
the fun of the thing and, just because
they were forbidden to leave the
steamer than for any other reason.
THE MARION CHILCOTT.
The American ship .Marion Chilcott,
Captain Larsen, arrived from iMonte-
LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED
STATES WEATHER BUEEAU.
Alexander TunK Butldin. Honolulu.
Wednesday, May 8, 1907.
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TO. B. STOCKMAN.
Issued Every Sunday Morning y the
Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau.
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errors, and loeal gravity, and reduced
to sea level. Average cloudiness stated
In scale from 0 to 10. Direction of
wind is prevailing direction during 24
hours ending at 8 p. m.t Velocity of
wind is average velocity in miles per
hour. WM. B. STOCKMAN,
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
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New moon May 11 at 10:28 p." m.
The titles at Kahulnl and Hilo occur
about one hour earlier than at Eono-
luln. . .
Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time beii g that of the meridian of 157
.JeeTees thirty minutes. The time whis
tle blows at 1:30 p- , whieh is the
game as Greenwich, 0 hours ft minutes.
Sun and moon ars for local tlma for
th whoki group.
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rey yesterday morning with a full car
go of oil. Her trip took seventeen daya
and she had fair weather all the way.
Nothing occurred to ruffle the unevent
fulness of the voyage.
The Chilcott is one of the smartest
little craft on the Pacific and has sev
eral record passages to her credit. Sh&
was formerly the British ship KUlbran
nan. A former commander of the ves
sel was Captain Weedon, well known
here, hut that was in the days when
she loaded coal, grain and general car
go. Since then she has been converted
into an oil-tank.
About three years ago the Chilcott
used to make trip for trip with one of
the American-Hawaiian steamers. Both
vessels nearly always got here about
the same time and the round trip was
completed once a month. Capta-n
Williams had her in those days.
There is no delay with the Chilcott's
cargo in the matter of working. It
takes only twenty-four hours to pump
her either in or out, and only when the
machinery gets out of order is any
The British steamer Virginia, 2790
tons. Captain Crocker, arrived from
Sydney yesterday, with a cargo of 60C&
tons of coal consigned to W. G. Irwin
& Co. The voyage from Australia oc
cupied twenty-two days. Fair weather
was experienced throughout, with occa
sional heavy rains.
The Virginia is a typical tramp the
kind that are turned out by thousand
and which are to be met with ?n every
part of the world. She was bui'.t abock
six years ago by Napier & Miller of
Glasgow and Xhis is her first trip to
Hawaii. Her last trip was from Se
attle to Sydney with lumber. She
-will remain in port ten or twelve days
and will then go back to Sydney to
SCOTTISH MONARCH DIPS.
As the transport Buford with the
Congress'onal party aboard, passed the
British steamship Scottish Monarch
yesterday morning, the latter dipped
her ensign and the salute was returned.
The steamer also dressed ship in honor
of the occasion, being the only vessel
in the harbor to do so. A great many
comments were heard along the front
yesterday as to why the Scottish Mon
arch was dressed up. Some folks
thought it must be in honor of an Eng
lish hol'day, while others opined that
the bunting was being flown because
it was the captain's birthday.
The British steamship Scottish Mon
arch, Captain Dower, will depart for
Hilo about 2 p. m. today. At Hilo she
will discharge the balance of her cargo
of coal, about 1500 tons, and will pro
ceed thence to Newcastle for anothe
cargo which may be consigned to this
port. Captain Dower expects to be,
back in Hawa i by the end of next
THE BUFORD 'S ERRAND.
The U. S. A. T. Buford docked at
Naval wharf No. 1 at 7:15 a. m. yes
terday. She brought the Congression
al party and will take 28,000 barrels of
flour to Chinkiang, China, for the
benefit of the famine sufferers. The
Buford's cargo of flour cost $150,000 and
AMERICAN SHIP DIBIGO,
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I " , nroT a ctt.F. TJDTD TYPE OF SAILING VESSEL, NOW IN POET.
OF HONOLULU MYSTIC SHRINE
will be worth at least $250,000 at current
prices in China, when unloaded at
Chinkiang. The flour will reach China
in about a month and will be distrib
uted immediately. The number of lives
it will be instrumental in saving is
inestimable. The cargo is in charge of
E. R. Johnstone, a well-known news
paperman. Passengers for Honolulu other than
the Congressional party were Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Hatch and child, Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. McCleJlan and child.
Thomas Sammons, IT. S. Consul Gen
eral to Seoul, Korea, and his wife and
son, are en route to the Land of the
"Going to Manila are a number of
army officers and wives of army men.
The transport will sail at 11 a. m.
SAND IN DEMAND.
The ship Manga Reva'e ballast ot
San Diego sand is in great demand
among local builders on account of its
peculiar gritty qualities.
The barkentine Irmgard, Captain
Schm'dt, sailed for San Francisco yes
terday morning With a full load of
- A report from the Maizuru Naval
Station received by the Naval Office
states that a floating mine drifted
ashore at Kasumi, Shirosaki, in the
province of Tajima. Japan Times.
The N. Y. K. steamers have suspend
ed night traffic for a long time in the
Japan Sea and the Tsugaru Straits on
account of the danger of floating mines.
Quite recently the company having re
ceived information from the naval
authorities assuring the safe naviga
tion on those waters has decided to re
open night traffic. Japan Times.
The S. S. Chiusa Maru is due from
Yokohama today. - - -
The ship Bangalore has arrived at
Kahului from San Francisco.
The S. S. Nevadan and Mexican are
due from San Francisco today.
The oil steamer Santa Rita is expect
ed from Port Harford this week.
The steamer Nlihau brought, 6000
bags of sugar from Kekaha yesterday.
No freight will be received after to
day for the S. S. Sierra for San Fran
cisco. The bark Emily F. Whitney sailed
from Makaweli for Columbia River on
The S. &. America Maru is due from
San Francisco today with three days
The S. S. Nebraskan sailed yester
day froin Salina Cruz for Honolulu
with a large eastern cargo.
The U. S. A. T. Buford will sail for
Japan. China and the Philippines at
11 a. m. today.
At 10:15 last night the Federal jury
grew homesick and returned a sealed
verdict in the Yong counterfeit case.
GET IT TODAY.
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Diarrhoea Remedy cures diarrhoea and
dysentery In all forms and in all
stages. It never fails. For sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith Co., Ltd.,
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WHICH HAS WON THE HONORS AT
GLORY FOR HONOLULU
(Continued from Page One)
reived by Mr. Phillips from Jas. S. Mc
C'aTidlesvS last midnight, it would appear
that there was no competition for a
prize.- Yet the Honolulu Shriners had
the biggest ovation of all the patrols
in an exhibition drill and every one of
Col. Sam Johnson's "boys" with him
self receives an individual prize that
will be a lasting souvenir.
The Honolulu Arab Patrol which has
thus reflected luster upon this Terri
tory consists of Samuel Johnson, J. II.
Rowland, M. T. Lyons, Lester Petrie,
H. E. Murray, Chas. F. Murray, H. T.
Moore, J. A. Lyle, K. R. G. Wallace,
J. M. McKinnon, J. Lando,' Stanley
Stephenson, Geo. II. Angus, Geo. A.
Martin, E. J. Waterman, W. A. Wei
bourne, J. J. Belser, J. S. McCandlcss,
W. F. Ileilbron, L. C. Abies, R. II. P.
Lishman, J. H. Craig, II. II. Simpson,
C. S. Hall, E. J. Lord, J. W. Francis,
J. I). Tucker, F. P. Woods, Ernest Ka
ai, Dr. C. B. Cooper, Thos. E. Wall, E.
II. Paris and E. P. Low.
OFJHE NEW SOUTH
The Elleford company presented the
harming story of Dixie Land at the
Orpheum last night to their usual full
house. The play gave all of the cast
good parts. Meta Chamberlain and
True Boardman both did their best
work of the engagement and George
Hernandez, Anna Dodge, Mattle Lloyd
Luce, Joe Roberts, Clarence Ferguson
and William Marion deserve special
mention. The specialties made the
usual big hit and the performance,
taken as a whole, was the best given
by this popular company.
The same bill will be 'presented to
night and tomorrow, and Saturday the
offering is the big comedy melodrama
Swimming, Bowling, Turkish Baths and
MT HOTEL BATHS
Hours 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.
THE MEMBERS OF THE CONGRSSIOtfAL PARTY
are cordiallv invited to attend the
FINE JAPANESE GOODS
SM YEGUSA 9S
1 120 N.UUAXU STREET, NEAR HOTEL.
Fine assortment of Silks, Kimonos, Crepes Crockery, Ivory, etc,
received by every steamer from Japan.
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VESISEL. NOW IN POET.
Olga Keahikunl Kekauonohl, the
eighteen year old daughter of Keano
lanl, a high chief era of the Kamrha
meha line on both sides, died at 10:10
o'clock on Tuesday night, at the Drelr
She was a pupil of St. Andrew's Pri
ory, a communicant of St. Andrew's
cathedral, a member of the Kaahuma
nu society and a protege of Miss Lucy
K. Peabody. Her death was caused
by a heart and lung complication.
Miss Kekauonohl leaves two brothers
and a sister. One of the former Is
Kamehamehanul of Honolulu and the
other Hoapill Ulumahlehle living; In
the States. Keopuolani of Kauai is
the sister. A. K. Palekaluhl of Hono
lulu Is a grand uncle of the departed
The body is lying In state In H. H.
Williams' undertaking parlors, in a
white plush casket, decked with all the
due insignia of Hawaiian rank. In
cluding the Kahill-ku, the emblem of
royalty. Small kahilis are kept wav
ing over the bier by mourners for their
young chiefess. .Watches of ladles and
gentlemen, changing every half hour,
chant meles of her ancestral lineage
and lamentations for the untimely
death of their beloved alii.
OUT OF RIS BED
Late last njght U. S. Office Deputy
Marshal Temple arrested Inoshlta, a
Japanese hotelkeeper, in his bed on a
warrant charging him with counter
feiting the signature of a postal money
Temple went In evening dress from
helping to entertain the visiting Con
gressmen at the Hawaiian Hotel to
hunt up his man.
You arc not sav'ng anything
in the long run by allowing a
building to deteriorate for want
of paint. The paint question is
important to everybody, and the
best answer Is W. P. Fuller
Pure Prepared Paint
Best for Wear and Looks.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 South King St.
Read the Advertiser
World's News Daily
Chapter no of th ltevlmd Laws of
the Territory of Hawaii RUInc author
Ity lo the Supf rlntcndnt of Ijblll
Work to appoint pound Mtrr and
KtablUh -un.ln. havlna: txt n rrpfalrd
by Act 134 of the Sraslona Ijiwb of 1907,
all pron holding comm'anlona aa
Pound Masters are hereby notln-d that
the iam are cancellej and ahould be
returned to tie offii-e of the Fupertn
ten-rnt of Ptbllc Woika.
AT. Govrrnnirnt Und hrretofor prt
alde aa Pouvida are no longer to te
uid f.r auch purporn.
C. S. HOLLO WAT,
Supt-rintrtident of Public Worka.
Trrrlto,- of Hawaii.
IWfartnient of Public Woika,
H.T.oluluT. II.. May 8. 1)7. T7:2
TERIUTOKT OK HAWAII.
IIOAKD K AdKIcri.TUHi: AND
Dlvlii'on of Animal Indutry.
llule 4. To atnrnd Uule 1 vt the Di
vision of Animal Inuatry governlnc
the lnxiectlon and tevtlng of Imported
It having tM-rn found Impracticable,
for want of competent invptora, to
h.ve hone atxk ttnoludlng mulea and
an) and cattle subm'tted to repc
tlvely the mallHn and the tuberculin
teats at any other port than Hono
lulu, it Is ordvrrd that Paragraph 4 of
Hule 1 of the Division of Anlma! In
duvtry of this Hoard be and la hervby
iiinendfd to rend aa follows:
-CntU further notice tha imrt of
Honolulu shall constitute the only J-oit
of entry for horse stotk and cattle.
uiiIik) the sinie shall be accompanied
by certificate of tnallcln or tuberculin
ttsts as prov'ded fr In Hule 2 of the
Division of Animal Industry of tnte
Any violation of this rule la a tnla
This regulation shall take effect at
(Signed) W. M. GIFFAItD,
President, Hoard of Agriculture and
Approved May 2, 1907.
O. 11. CAIlTEU.
Governor of Hawaii. 7711
UNION FEED CO.
The adjourned quarterly mating of
the Union Find Company, Ltd.. will be
held in the Cmiany'B ufflce, this cltr.
on Friday, lftth lnit.. at 10 e' lx k a. m.
F. W. M AC FA 1 1 L A N E. Jit..
TO SHIPPEHH 8. K. PIEItllA.
?h!pr-ers by the 8. 8. 8IEIIUA are
hereby notified that no freight will be
recehvd after Z p. m., Thursday,
WM. Q. I It WIN & CO- LTD..
Agents, Oceanic Meamshlp Co.
The 8. 8. llilonlan will b due to ar
rive on May 12 and w'll nail for an
Francisco direct n May It. For
freight and paa;e apply to the un
WM. G. I It WIN & COMPANY, Ltd
Agent, Matson Navigation Company.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
HAWAIIAN GAZfiTTE CO.. LTD.
At the adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholder of the JJwn.in Ua
xette Co.. held-al-Jr of lh om
pany on 8aturday.' May 4, 107. the
following officers were eleteI to rx
for the ensuing year:
L. A. Thurston. President
G. L. Hamson vu-e-1'resuent
Edward Dekum Secretary
Chas. 8. Crane Treasurer
W. M. Pomroy Auditor
Honolulu. May . 1907. "720
In the Matter of the Petition of jarma
W'.ght Atkins for Change of Name.
DECI'.EK OF CHANGE OF NAME.
On consideration of the i-tltlon of
ames Wight Atkins, of Kohala, County
of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, and of
the evidence adduced 'n his Iwhalf, for
a dtree changing his name to James
Atkins WUht, and there appearing t
be K'mwI reawn for granting si d peti
tion: Now, Therefore, by virtue of the
authority In m by law vested and me
h-rto enabl'rig. I. Ceora- It. t'arter.
;overnor of the Territory of Hawaii,
do hrby order and Icree, that Xh
name of James Wight Atkins afore
said te. and the s.ime Is hereby. hang
ed to James Atkins Wight, and that a
copy of this decree be published once
a week for five rons'-cutlv weeks la
the Pac'fic Commercial Advertiser,
newspaper published In Honolulu,
County of 0hu. said Territory.
Done at Honolulu this 2)th diy of
Mirth. A. D. 1? 7.
.--!c,e o 1:. ai:ter.
f;vernor f il " Territory of Hiwil.
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HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Machinery. Black P1p. OalvanUed
Pipe. Boiler Tcbee, Iron and 8teel, t.n
OFFICE Nuuano 8treet.
WORK B K akaak 0.