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HONOLULU STAR-BULLET IX, TUESDAY, JULY 0, 1012.
MERRY PARTY GATHER AT
TIDESSUN AND MOON
Eschewine affairs nf state, smi
Sidestepping national or local politics,
rpDovernor; Walter F. Frear, of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, proved an interest eu
'attendant as well as participant at a
;dlnner given on board the good ship
" :VIIhelmina, as that gallant liner
neared the port of Honolulu last
Seated at the tables Jn the pretty
Irom the Pacific Coast run Vs months
a?o, after many rumors as to what
tervice they would be placed In. It
was said that they had been bought
by the Turkish government as trans
ports in the naval service. Both ves
bcls were intended when launched for
the- Dutch Itoyal Mail service to the
Kast Indies. In their day, the com
I anion steamers made several fast
I f I
9.47 5.S6 6.45
7.05' 10.33, 5.27 6.4 ' 3.17
APPEAR IW COURT
AT THE PORT
7.6 11.15 5.27 4 23 Judge Hears Both Sides on
3.55,' K46 11.53 5.2 6.44 Set , DcXUCIJ , VHdl UCb TiV
. serves Decision"; ,
New moon July 14 at 2:42 a. m.
row by Police
cases of CLee
Wa Hing. Po
women, and seven
Per. M., N. S.'. S. "Wilhtlinina from'
Francisco, for 1 Honolulu: Mr. L.
Aaron, Mrs. A. M. Aid rich and two
children, Mr. and Mrs. J S. Anderson.?
Miss Alvira Arville, Miss Violet Ath
erton, Mr. Otto M. Behr. Mrs. Annie
Bird, Mr. FrahV Iiisland. Mrs. 7
Blaisdell. Mr. and Mrs. IaMV. Branch.
Miss Edith Bush- Miss Mollis Carsum
Miss fc. Castle, Mr. Geo. Cheebro, The next mail from the mainbni
Miss Eva Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Jack -xpectca to ax ri ye on Friday in ice
Curtis, Miss Delaney. Mr. J. F. C. Japanese liner Nippon Maru.
Doscher, Mr. J. L. DriscoU. Miss I)e- The Pacific Mail Uner Korea sail
horah Dyer. Miss , Clara Edgerton, fr , San Francisco this mor.i ir,z
Miss M.. A. Eggleston Miss- M. V. carried a large mail for the malnlan l.
Elmer. Miss A. M. FerrelI." Miss E. Tle schooner Repeat in ballast
M. Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Fitz Fields, from Honolulu is reported to h..w
will be rendered tomor-' yiiss DoHie Tinnerty. Hon and Mrs. arrived at An iliana -Jlarbor on last
Judge Moiisarrat in the r-re?r'ia,an?.,0 , ,
You Hung, editor of tU : JvMnora:. 3" t eraf"ce pairojn me .isi.
QO,w .-,j umora, -Air. .jno, t. uinora. iiiss auua is cremiea ma American DarK-
V ortb Giving
' i Jn!Mihin flfnnr XHs Tinf fln1sfv ! entine Araco whieh has nrrivpi! at I
L J . i r I -.11- .1 i...
dining saloon, were millionaires, of- uu.5' wuu:n f " '
lormances being a spin by the Erna
ficlals high In the councils of govern
ment, prominent business men, thes-
plans, society folk, globe trotters and lo fanta Cruj.in establishing
iettlers who intend making their cord t stood for a long time
vessels of Its displacement.
. 'homes In the Paradise of the Pacilic
j passengers as the guesU of Captain ?P'Q c'rs May Have t0
Charles Peterson,' enjoyed a spread q,. 'ri?Q't j.'.,., , frt,eiQi
; prepared under the " supervision of . The, tai f Isf stf ht focused
i Chief Steward Ceorge I Paston which n v T c"g mre
VViU long remain as a pleasant re- llV iJn
LtnA-f o !iufi A,nv.ffo ment ot vessels, Us incalculable
i . Governor Frear as well as several I3 "enAh n(fss y..for
r others well known to Honolulu, was " ZJ. 3VS -T p ft V , i
I called upon for a few remarks. The HUelff4tdA , But . for the wireless
t .executive responded in a graceful
f inanner and a salvo of applause fol-
' 1 tTi'if Vila llttla 'InSnrfliflntii cnnorli
, Purser Charles Drew declared .'this YtlTZu t?L? 7' 7,ul d have
Haornlng that the .Wilhelmina passen- JJ1 left forever shrouded -In mys-
I f'live wires.
if. si clear that not a single person
on board the giant liner would have
been saved, and the fate of the liner,
The old salts who have their, mas-
- .. July Fourth was an occasion for JfT ??iInua!Iy .i?7!
much mirth and joyousness on board. ;- "..-tu
'The day was piven over to sports ns'Jr0V every year marks an addl-
program. feasUng and in the evening i1,9 fS??- nWil
ri fancy iiress; ball, proved a mecca f.eemS' Jlm, cIsco reports,
-Which' really banished all thoughts of ifMkn,nni9f 6 i!"0rki?g? ?'
mot ha mor . iWireless apparatus Is to be added to
,iaal de mer.
The presence of twenty members
the tests. The difficulty of the Ta-
? fcf the Teal Opera Company was suf- niIa" 0TPany !' Stemer CHna
fident to insure no lack of talent at lJ cisco when the operator
1he several social sessions held- dur- W11 -hJ nervous prostra-
tlng the six-day voyage from the T 5 Biettr "au lo oor
.Golden Gate. It Is safe tosay lhat fl111 f,rom ? oil tanke,r
seventy passengers arriving In the " ",SM,tMBrI1ru i""? resu'a
liner this morning are tourists. Many
; well known local people were includ;
ed In the list of travelers.
a A m a .A
f uia ivepiune ravorea tne present
tion.- The- following reDort from the
Examiner of. April 2 indicates the
feeling concerning the matter of
coast shipping circles:
As a result of the wireless equip
ment of the Pacific Mall liner China
being rendered useless by illness of
the operator while the vessel was
passage of the "Wilhelmlna to an: ex
tent that smooth seas and favorable
winds were the rule. The Wilhelmlna
amounting to 4100 tons, of which 1200 between San Francisco and
tons will be" carried to Hllo to-be dis- 0 "i" f. few wf ks t is prob
charged at the Hawaii metrppolis. tfSf0?"QfulreSenU-if the-ce,5
A quantity of steel for construct! on ' catesnof certain ship s officers will
ork at Pearl Harbor is on board, Qe fJ7, changed in the future It
and consigned to the local contract-?tfv.tnFea-S1Bt
ors . .an effort will be made to Induce Con-
The cabin list, nombered 124 pis-1 5reJSi? '?l0.!l?e4that .thf. cf rt!fite..of
sengersv, while in the5 steerage, were ' Z ,A e 4 V i uoer!
16 retnrnlnffV Portuguese and ''Zw-ffi ?wr" 'tteM P?at
lards who were glad to get back to ! orTf Jlss .... .
n v uccu jiuinieu uui iiiui in vne
case of the srippling of the Matson
steamer Enterprise the only thing
that .brought the vessel "safely back
to port so speedily was the presence
on' board of a good operator. This
V " - - v V v TTinPn in Mrs. Marshall Grover,. Mrs! J.' Taking -ballast only the -American
78;U6 a. m. 78r 12 noon, 80; m V
mum last niKht. 72. Th, M8fts hnv wn ,nH flin :; well. Miss May .Hay ward, have sailed from Kahului for Pnt ;
Wind-6 aT m , velocity l, direction' court ever since se " ?.OT..t .
1 IU4UtlAUf AOO - W ft . A ill kj V 4PV UvVJliri , . I. W nHJ , I
.Northeast; 8 a. m., velocity y, direc- Chinese Hui. r. suffrag organization.
tion .North; 10 a. m.. velocity 4, direc- incensed al an eeditorial which Chee
tion Northeast; 12 noon, velocity 10, y0u Hung wrote in the Wa Hing Po,
direction North, Movement pVast 24 visited him in his editorial sanctum
hours, 125 miles. , , - . i on Smith street and forced him to give ?f
' .i. . .... J JIV 41
ferson." Mr. A. H. Jungclaus. v Mrs. , which brought a shipment of lumber
Fannie Kimble, Miss May G. Kimble,' to this port, completed the passage to
Miss Ruby Kimble, Mrs. . H. A. 1 Grays Harbor in sixteen days. ,
Kluegel and son, Miss ,M.iKIuegel,.Mr. j The Japanese steamer Shlnyo .Mori
rs. v;nas. xroy, mr. .uerv jLioru, ueparung lor san hTancispo on July
tlve humidity, 8 a. m.,' 71. Absolute n in the enlulnaVgimenra.
humidity 8 a. m, -. Dew: poinUat8 he is alleged, to have received several jlme Martin m"T i f 1 1 ? main'and-
a. ni.. 68. Total rainfall during past convincing blows over.' the heaa with xiortin Tr V fir Milt ?i . The f?urth of JuI' as celebrated an
24 hours. .04. . ? ; : . Ian mWiia . : v : v ,,r A' nrrr:L""ri hoard the Alatson. Liner WJlhelmma
' I i . . .. " " - - t - r -'. iutuiiiiu. Jir. u. iv. .ucvi -Airs.
VESSELS' TO AND .
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
I CHIEF CLERK McGRAIL
i SUCCUMBS TO'OPERATION
William P. MtGrail. chief clerk, in
the office of the army depot quarter
master, died this morning at the Fori
. Shatter hospital, following an opera-
i tion for acute appendicitis, which was
Tuesday, July 9, 1912. ; i performed yesterday. . .
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, July 9, l! Although he vhad lived only about a
a! m., S. S. Persia, hence July 2. ' . year In Honolulu, beinc ordered here in
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, July 9, 7. August of last year, .MrV McGrail wa.-?
Mary McGrath, Miss Heen S Mc
, is characterized as a fine affair and
luuvnam, miss nccu o. .ut-, nna 0k i
Means. Mr. J. T. Moir Master Xaw-, r: ?"a x" ata 'cu uau
rence Morel, Mrs. , Edward Murphy, " , 1 res . - V
Miss Helen Newbauel. Miss Lilianl Lumber consigned to local Import
Newbauer, Vs- J- H; -Newbauer and:ers is reported to have left the Co
maid, Master Tommie , Newbaue.r,lumbla riveV In the American schoon
Miss C. Nilsson, Mr. A. H. Otis,', Miss er Prosper,; which sailed for HomJlulu
L. A. Parkeri Miss . M. L.' Perley, Miss, 011 last .Friday: ' ; '
Eleanor M.- Schmidt, Mr. V Jqs.1 A delegation, of territorial official
Schwartz, Miss A. C. Sloan, Mis3 were at , Hackfeld wharf this mornlns
Edna L. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J.. S.ft gret Governor W..F. Frear-' uiou
Spitzer, Mr .Lewis, Stange, Mrs. Ella' his return from-thejniainlapd in tha
Sweeney, Mr. P, A. Swift, Mr. and Matson Navigation 1 steamer. Wilhel-
Mrs. Raymond Teal, Miss Pearl viv- mina.
a, m., S. S. Veutnra, hence July 3.
SYDNEY Arrived,' July 9, S. S. Ma- in both official and civilian circles. He
kura, Jience June 19: . , is survived by a widow, Mrs. Grace
SUVA, Fiji Sailed, July 9, .S. S. Ma- McGraiV The funeral services will be
rama, for Honolulu. i held from St. Clement's church, at
1 10:34). o clocK, tomorrow morning, nev.
well known ana universally respected . ian. Miss G. M. Voell, Miss Alice M
Wadsworth, Mr. Jas. AVakefield, Dr.
A. C. Wall, Mr. K, R. G. Wallace,
r wut tf. m,n! -t- fAmeruran, tanKer Wiuiam I
j. nunc, an, iii.b. huum, iuiaa ej
H Wilcox, Mr, and Mrs. SL. W. Wil
Puei oil for the local branch of the
Associated Oil Company is due to
arrive here within a few days in the
S. S. Lurline sails for San Francisco f. G. Williams officiating. The re
at 6 p. m. . I mains wiil be cremated.
! Mr. McGrail resided at 1835 Makiki
Ma- a K.a Rp'linL. Mii'eia! vciArtx e street. He -ww born in New York
have been playing an engagement at ? J0M.nhal tan CoHege, of thatc -In
Hilo, returned in the lntr-lsland rmmre Vdenatoent Nicholls, Miss H. Grnt, . Misses Nel
steamer.Mauna Kea and- according to JU; (2). MLsses Duffield :(2j; J Wl de
officers in that ship, were the life of Zl X hn rnrlo i eradea to'Ford N-Lucas. Count Kesfeyling. Jas.
the voyage to Honolulu. , ; , I lTl eM Wilson and wife, Miss J. Martin, Mrs.
The Mauna Kea met with fine Vuc icoy" y X"
Weather on the hpmeward vbyage. A at he,time of;msatn. ; -; ;
Iflfw lief rkf 'naQaonp'orc nrrlvoH 4n ! ' ' .
O WV V. IUrWV AA V" - M Vft A. A U
eluding , several tourist parties who Q in I ID EL SUIT AGAIN ST
uccii viewing L11C nuiiucio- un
display at the volcano. :
The vessel .brought a small cargo
. A mail from the mainland amount
ing to 62 sacks was received with the
arrival, of the liner.
The Wilhelmlna is to be dispatched
Ins to the present vcalculations yof :"faV uie steamer
Castle & Cooke, the agents.
Hoatlng liallng Station.
Reports from the north are to the
effect that the innovation of a whal
ing station on the water which was
made by Norwegians off the Alaskan
coast has been a success. The station
was made of the steamer Admiralen,
which, on .its. way to the whaleries
some weeks ago, created considerable
excitement while in a gale off 'Hum
boldt by sending out many S. O. S. sig
nals after it had lost its rudder in the
heavy s?a. Then the Admiralen was
towed to San Francisco and repaired,
having been battered by the storm.
The vessel is fitted with refining tanks
and is averaging 200 barrels of oil , a
day. The Admiralen is a steamer xf the Uig Island.
M. F. Plant and other vessels that
have met with accident while out at
sea during the las.t year. It is said
that If the operator had been Inca
pacitated from doing duty at the time
of any of these accidents there would
nave been no means of communica
tion for assistance, and instead of
the "U. q. v. bringing prompt as
sistance, nothing would have been
heard from The, crippled vessels for
some time. . - . -
Interfsland Sellings This Day. -
The Kona and Kau liner Kilai'ea
With a fair list of cabin and .lock
passengers departed for windward
Hawaii ports at noon today.. This
vessel was liberally supplied ' with
cargo for ports of call on Maul and
950 tons displacement and was rembd
eled for service. as a whaling station
at considerable cost to the Norwegian
The steamer Iwalanl, with, general
cargo and explosives, but no passen
gers .was dispatched at the noon hour
owners, but reports. are that a grati-lffti. K.iwafhne. Mahnknn.o n.nii THtvi.
tying revenue will be returned fromhulu The iwaianl.was given a :ater
the Investment during the whaling (maiI arriving. from the mainland,
season, The Admiralen is among the j At five o'clock thus evening the
first vessels to attempt the usual op- Noeau fQr windward ports and the
- r-- ----- c . ivinau ivr regular rvauai ports .vi:i
oil on board, instead of on shore, butget away. The Noeau carries freight
next season may see other vessels fol-jand raaJis oniy whiie a large list of
Rowing the example. A considerable iFounh Df July visitors will return
saving can be effected through thejnome In-the Kinau.
new scheme, it Issaid. The litUe Mikahala'wath passengers
... ,, i, . , t. ; .and general cargo is scheduled to de-
. Erna. Well Known Here, Beheved i ft fof Maui.. Molokal and Lanai
The German steamer Erna. which n 3 at five o'clock this evening.
called at Honolulu ajear ago enroute 'Mmm cm -; :
to tne Far East with a shipment of,ETr?re" of C ,m,l'?- - n,.
grain that had become damaged in! ? 6tetamf . ?Prsf of . Chm'
-frsit from Tacoma, is believed lost! hich, until July 26tb last, when she
According to reports which come from went. asli?r.e "n Shlrahama reewhen
i the coast. The .vessel has not been nfranne Yokohama, ran across the Pa-
heard of since leaving Greenock for, VIUV vul " Co, ' A,
T;hnissing a trin. Is to be scranped for
.tRined that the steamer will makehhe metal and other material, having
port, and it is thought probable fnat
s it was lost with an nanas.
Deen bought from the underwriters
by a copper and junk dealer of Yo
kohama for $fr,n0O. A number of bid
.. The Erna was purchased last win-! unaum ior uum ue r m uia-
fer by a British firm and was to liavelerf jpu8" Purchase, the steamer.
i hA ceiinir trao Tho I including both foreign firms and Jap-
Steamer registered 3.475 tons andwas ship owners, the highest pnep
The vessel sailed Xrom Gavlota on last
cox, Mrs. L. M. Withers.- Mr. Lbthroui - ; , ;.
Withington. ' ' ." "- ? Honolulu society was well repre-
Fer stmr. Mauna. x Kea .from ' Hilo sented at Hackfeld wharf this morn
end way ports: J. E: Sheedy, W. H.I iRS pending the arrival of the Matson
Hoogs, Miss H. Cochrane. Mrs, , B.f li"er Wilhelmlna from San Francisco
Cochrane, Miss H. WTalte,Miss, Doug- bringing a large number of well known
lass, Mrs. r. L. Haisey, Miss" M. H. iocai people.
Two pedigreed doggios were ruth
lessly snatched from embracing arms
my Territorial veterinarians upon tho
n' l ar!MiSS fOCOi T,ildeSv coast this morning, and despite re-
n 7 c' i "u if 'tin n , monstrance and a momentary. Ho'wcl
Ovey Miss Snook, Mr. M,.a Du,BolS,:femlnine tear n were cr-
Mrs. S. Ryan, Mrs. T. .Molinelli, Miss dArftf! tri fh7flnoM,t-ina. ."'I
TIQT 5HIP PALLED AGAIN ' M Ebner Miss s-5urham-:'TtonthsetU3n
LUb I onlr UALLCU HUMIIM . and wlfe w R Farringtoh, Miss f m"nu18 Retention. ... ,. , , k . . ,
rr- , , . ; : ' . M. ' Starker. H. C. Khieeel. .Opo-. w.l Ccnsiderable comment ariseth oVcr
including several packages of tank' 'After four years' time, a. $400 suit, arr. Mrs. G . H. Ruttman. Miss e conspicuous absence of the terri-
material, a quantity of empties, 6732 1 against a ship now. thought to have j Bailey, Mrs. C. H. Fairer T.'H. KellyJ iorial band at the arrival of the So-
pieces oi nauve nara wooa, one norsq passed out oi existence, appeal eu Kev E, G. Silva, Miss . l. Poihini, mum. irom me coast, yesteraay mom
fin auto and 142 packages, sundries., again this morningef ore Judge Dole Miss M, Wiggins, ' W.v Blauret,- A. 'L. I inS owing to the' fact that this vessel
Purser .Phillips reports the Kalu- jn admiralty court. . It , is .a . libel
lani at Laupahoehoe and the Helene hroueht by Paul Martin, a cook,
at Kohalalele. , ., . :,; . .. f nainst : ' the American' bark Fort
The Navy ; tug t Navajo and . the Georee. for maintenance -and fees. as
American schooner S. T. Alexander the result of 'an accident that occur- A. Bartels, J. Duggan," Miss Isoshlma;' .
were at Hilo during the stay of the red in San Francisco harbor in Janu-' Mrs. G. Todd and ' child,.- Miss K.
Mauna Kea at that port. - ftrv 1908 . . Akana, W. H. Heen, E. A. Miller, S.I
! ''. ' - ; r ' Just what has become of the vessel
. . no one seems to know.- It is reported
Korea bailed v lor San Francisco ;u Stonlecf?ftH?ipS
promptlr at ten o'clock this morning, retained as counsel for the
One of the largest crowds to, gather sought a 24-hour f rtfhYt;n
at Alakea wharf in many weeks as- ment .this morn ng". but At torney Geo
sembled at the departure, of the big A:-Davis, plead the lreadr long
liner. ' .delay, succeeded in having it set. for
One thousand tons Oriental freight ' this afternoon. r .- ; ;
Korea dhnolSfng the Stay ' """I Resident Gilmore- informed a Star
. With' the removal of nearly .tWo' I'""",!" IrJ.t.T1".!1'
hundrprl PMHnlnn etoorara - nomrore me OIU uuiiuing ,w.m uc ic-v.v.v.
SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A DIG
DISPLAY OF KITCHEN
Coyne Furniture Co.
v Limited ' -
nolulu an "extra boat in the regular ;
- With? twelyt? thousand1 tens suj;,
Leahies a quantity of prest;rved pu.
apples gathertnl at f the several 'isU.ul
ports of call, the American I lawai -on
freighter Mexican is reported to h ivo
sailed froHi Hilo for Salina . Cm
The upVer end of the harLor pre
sents a busy scene with thy AmorVxi.
Hawaiian freighter Columoian, tue
Matscn steamers Lurline and V:il 'l-
mlna, besides several sailiug an-l. In
terlsland craft berthed there.
A fatalist walking along the IV.v.i
end pf Queen street at the tirm of
arrival - of a transpacific 8teamsriM
may well keep fingers tightly acaa
In 'threading a passage th ion zh l.u
gliding and snorting automouiles4 and
over pi!ts of broken plank and j..rup
ircn.vnot to 4 mention a careful sUv
stepping ot great holes torn in tne
planking of the bridge cmss'.ns Uie
river at that point. '
- King George's former gardiner and
the Windsor Tower housekeeper have
e. Miss Lewis, Miss Ns. Porter, inaugurated a brand new lfawa:an-j just been raarreied and are to acUle
. M. P. Spinola and ,2 children, Australian. service, besides giving Ilo- on a farm iU Idaho.
.ATastpr P .Thnmnsnn Jnn Hptnr fr
hi... Miner, waster .j. Ajamppeu, miss
nma M Manoa for the purposes of a chemi
their troubles from clan fights among ca , laboratory. This ;Jiinrt ot the
the Asiatic passengers are at an end. college was left out o hejnain build
The Korea carried a large mail des-in.K on account of the fumes that
tined for. the mainland; - ' t win emanate frorn it, . , ;
v . TT.' , , I jbakley-r-You're right; most people
The American-Hawaiian freighter worry over what they haven't got;
Columbian with a' large shipment of ut j know certain people who worry
sugar is to proceea to is.anumi, naa- Decause of wnat they have;
napaa ana mho tnis evening, to coaklev That 4 so? What have
gather : additional, consignments of they?
sugar at the several ports of call be-j j0akley Nothing.
fore proceeding to Salina Cruz. ): The ; . - ' ; , tm 'm':' ' ' '
oiumoia isxpectea wui sail tor tne For ewg anxrtne trutIl aUout It. all!
Isthmus of Tehnantenee. with tht? ree-i . m .i.n i
With a large cargo mainly made up
of sugar, and practically all cabin ac
commodation comfortably filled with young woman stenographer. Coast and
passengers, tne Aiaison navigation local references, desires permanent
c9ast at six o clock, this evening. A; thi3 office. - 5283-eod-4t
. . . Pa . : . - -
Hawaiian Isands, Kauai Island,'"
northeast shore Kahala Point lieht '
previously reported extinguished, was ' ;"i "' " "Vi:
rplichfpd Julv 1912 Hv nrdr nf GUd Klk button
the. Commissioner of Lghithouses:
Leo Sahm. .Lieutenant, U. S. N. J
E. Lucas, A. Barau, Miss AJ Naka
kulua, Takashita, Nagata, Mill, HI B.
Morris, J. C. . Cohen land wife, ..G.'
Bromley, ; C, Salisbury, . J . Barr. ' B.
Laing, Miss J. Casad, Misses" Myling!
(2), Miss B.- O'Neill, .Miss I. Mitchell,1
Miss Crawford, Miss" L. Mason;. Miss.
Monroe; Miss Kelly. Miss-Stoddard,!
Misses Henry (2), Miss McElree, Mrs.
1 P. Smith, ,AvMyhre, A. Harrison, H.
m.: Ayres, Miss t,-uoyae; . w. Hays,
Geo. pwight, P, Frendo, Miss . Naia,
A. de Costa, Mrs. I. Desha,, Mrs.. M.
Kaihenui, Mrs. J. R. Akana, Miss Ki
Pillwall, WV Hauwela, Miss M. Nal-
lima, Missc- K. Apu, Miss K. Kamphu,
Miss M. Hele-la, Mts. M, ,Keahlr ; 'A.
"Kalai-hoa and wife, H. ' Naope and
wife, J. Ilalaole, Rev. Z. Mahaiula and
child. Miss M. Chalmers,- M. Chal
mers, , Rev. J. H. Kalwi, S. Konia,
Miss K. Mahaiula, Mrs. SC Kaimi,
Rev. J. Kama, .wife and daughter,
Mrs. E. Conradt.
Maui business Interests are said to
complain over the failure ! of the
Mauna Kea to stop at the Valley Isle
on the Saturday trip of the 'flagship.
Taking over-seven V hundred tons
coal, the Japanese liner Hongkong
Mara sailed from . Alakea. wharf on
Saturday evening bound for Central
and South American porits. The
Hongkong Maru left no cargo at Ho
nolulu, her freight being, supplies and
sundries for the southern continent.
Small i diamond In
- Owing to the great length of I lack-h
feld wharf with its. recent addition the
suggestion is forthcoming from a
weary salt, that the rapid transit run
a branch line the length of ibe tieck
center. Liberal reward if returned -with a five minute car service on
to Star-Bulletin office. 52S3-2t steamer days.
built at Greenork In 1S90, with a net ""r 1 , , . '
.vXation or$123,000. When the Erna Jt was, efiend that between
KuTln and out of the Golden Gate i fl0.000 and $200 (K0 would-be re-
iquireu 10 nit-paiK me vfssei lur sea.
'11 .1lniu1 rr (do runs wlfii tlio
j -j. .fiirt voceoio Komio-i -wironicje.
downed by M. Jebsen of Hamburg and
Iflying the German flag.
Diligent inquiry Is being made to
Guernsey Ready for Sea.
The Norwegian freighter Guernsey,
Acortflin when the Erna was last which has been discharged of a full
Spoken, that some idea may be gained, shipment of Australian coal, will pro
of the'fate of the vessel, and crew.,ceed to sea tomorrow morning, ac
" Indications are that the name of the cording to the present calculations of
: Erna will be recorded in shipping an- Captain Sorensen. The steamer has
:nals as one of the unexplained mys- been lying, at the Inter-Island coal
.'pHp? of the sea. s wharf. -The vessel is to sail for
The Erna andElia werewunarawn -ugei oounu pons.
rfM0 n -
0 mm. m '
Cmce, King Street opp. Union Grill -
If you didn't read in yester
day's Honolulu Star-Riilletin:
"Masked Burglar in the City"
"Water Supply Again Low"
"Race War On S. S. Korea"
"Capt. Sam WiU Get Relief " -"George
Ward's Terrible Fall"
Shipping Commissioner Almy
Ousted" : :;
"Italian Camorrists Found Guilty"
"International Swimming Here
;- ::. Planned":, , J ; -i: '
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' W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd:
"Wine and Liquor' Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street