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HONOLULU STAR BULLE'' IX, TI1URSDAV, JULY 11; 1912.:
FOR TERRITORIAL WHARVES
The System of whirves ovTHd av!f
. controlled by tho 'Territory or tlu w.i: j limited to the li.itcd States and Ger
. .,.,. ,,,, ... ' , ' ir.nnv, but 'with completion of an or
re either totally w.tftout or woolly .j R-an-(ion )f t,,rroHml,nts and re
Jacking In needful protection ti preservatives through, the world. the
lire, in the opinion of jnmliK of .the jervico is-. extended to any portion of
- JjarLor Conimission,"vhf r t :d n j globe where Amorb'ah. English,
' tour of- inspection along the .wat I 'rem h of Germany um-ncy. or any
lront this morn in it, in cohipany v:ih '.r all of them, are ro ogi.i-d on an
Harbormaster Fost r. . . e. hange basis. , :
Commissioners, Perndt, Wak-n 11 ! v;
and McStocker, spr nt some 4jo:irs in Commodore a Grandpa,
limiting the several 'wharves, ; Commodore W. K. Kilmer, the vet-
- Durinir the tour r,r ihn shii.i.in" .L's cian of tlx' T. K. K. service, who is
trict, the commissioners vefe ji nt
at a tost made by (Se'orse . 'Paris, who
rctresentH a mainland 'JKoline. forc
The ejuipm('nt has? been install? 1
at the city boat landing. The i;w,iir.
'Vi.asoiicrateTi for some little lUw an J
durinR the course of the ni;:I a four at pier :'.4. and was greeted by hi.
inch stream of sei! water w-s tiirov.n son ari,i grandson. The last time The
for a distance of one .hundred'. fe't. ;eouimorfJye saw the latest addition to
Ilarliormauter Foster'has for months the family of Kilmer, said latest ad
, past urged a'heUer fire jnotertion for dition liad not jwt mastered the Kng
ubarves. In one or two instances' thV lish language, and yesterday it was
wharves are' but L j artially "served ''with equal surpri- that the old skip
through the city water maijis. ' j per heard him-li called "Grand dad"
It is' freely predicted, however, tliat hy a lisping voice,
fehould a fire gain fair heacjway on i v,)fJ0 the Nippon departs again for
anv nf tl uh:irv,. it ur..il.M, im.
lossible to sa7 -the structures, be
it i V V. ' W 14 V ' "
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uor pumY'V JaiiU operatwj-::hy
itiiiiiii', mMuiifUt ui. 1 lie . . tTverii
wharf --buildings -4he danger from
iciai urstru lion 01 -tue wnan uouu
. . . ... " . .1. . .
ie reduced to the minimum.
Another jtoint btwught out
. fathering tf the Harbor Commission i
was the fact that no insurance is c;ir-
lied by the Tertipry on the several
f .wharf buildings.
"The Commission also made an in
spection of the . two " Interisland
wharves to better determine the feasi
bility of widening these structures. It
is proposed, to condemn the old Kinau
5 wharf, and remove the structure. Then
- r "uould follow the widening of both the
Mauni'Kea and newlv acnuifed
son wharves, In order that the co isf-! 'and 'Islandsoii April TCtlr after hav
irig Kteamship company might Letter; l" remained there, for scmie months
1 n .v.. .'. 1 undergoing needed repairs. A few-
handle freight shipments
Four Mw Vhlle Star Liners.
me report tnai lour wnne star. . . . . .. .
-iinnr,. 0lii ,.r fWim ien,,a in onoAnlto. the Jalklands. Again the vessel
tons, were to be built for the Austra
lian trade, is somewhat premature.
Heyond the fact a9 was announced
rome months ago that one lS,000:ton
vesseU intended for the . Common
wealth service, was under construc
tion for the "White Star" line Dal
gety and Co.hava received no infor
mation from Liverpool, and . are,
therefore, unable to either affirm or
-deny the rumor current in Hobart
that the "White Star" liners would
probably call there regularly for gen
eral cargo, water, and coal when
homeward bound. At present, during
the fruit season, the ""White Star"
liners make a call at the Tasmanian
lwrt to ship apples for London. In
stead of making this call at Hobart,
as the mail liners do when coming
from Sydney to Port Melbourne, the
White Star" vessels go to Hobart
after leaving Melbourne. The reason
for this is that if they took fruit on
board at Hobart, before coming 4 o
Melbourne, to complete loading, their
draught, when again leaving Mel
bourne, would he possibly loo great
for them to pass through Port Philip
Heads in safety.
: Discussing the question of the navi
gation of Port Philip Heads by the 18,
00 ton lines now being built, Mr.
-.Clements, shipping manager at Mel
bourne of Dalgety and Co., Limited.
states that it would be impossible for
' such a vessel, when 'fully, loaded, ol
navigate the' "Kip." where a draught
of onlv 2! ft. is regarded as the limit
of safety. The draught of the new
liner is 34V. ft., so that, she could
only come into or leave Melbourne
when her- holds were anything but full
of cargo. If is interesting to hote
that with the improvements made by
the dredge Triton in the eastern
channel of Port Jackson the new
' liner would have no difficulty in navi
gating these' waters. The new liner,
which is being built at the llelfast
yard of Harland and Wolff, is to be
German . Lin? Encourages Travel. -The
North German Lloyd. Uremen.
has forwarded an announcement of
. the extension and enlargement. of its
"travellers' cheques" system, which
as a result : of the plan now put into
,effect. will - make Norddeutacher trav
ellers' accommodation cheques world
wide in scope.
The adoption of the "Ma-ndats do
Voyage." the French isue. and the
Circular Notes, the British issue. 'com
pletes the cheque service. The com
pany now issues. the following: Inter
national Ueiseschecks" Ulermany) ; for
SO. TOO and 2rt marks; Travellers'
Cheques (United States for SP', ?2.
$.i0, $10i. and $2mi: Mandats do Voy.
age (French) "(. Ton and 2u francs'.
Circular Notes (HritihP 10 and
20 pounds sterling. The latter is for
issue in all countries of the world.
The N. R L. offices -now number
about r.000, and travellers can go to
jew places on the globe-, without find-
ing an office that will cash .-.these
"cheques. New offices are being-' eon-
laty i ransiei
Hcirtofor Hie j'sisp of rhjups wasj
hHd in Kroat .f'Stffnv in the .Japanest;
maritime world, never looked more
l ale and liearty than whn ho camq
in on the bridge of the Nippon Maru.
f-ays tiie Call. The distirituislifvl-look-
. , it, ,,,, ma f.,,, ,.,,,
luiilt'c Mfttr inakinir a iwaf dotkinir
i uie uneni i.apiam miner win go out
' cs a jtassenger. ("aptain Alt red 1.
J Stevens, whfm he relieved for one
trip on the, liner,- will take his com
mand hereafter a vacation spent
ASi t,w, u Commodore Kilmer.
I 1 roiiri-ii Hot if llm laiiQiitica fnmiiilnv
..! will "make his residence at Yokohama,
ready t be called upon whenever
& j needed.
Bark Nuuanu Pursued by Hoodoo.
A ."hoodoo" of no mean propor
tions and apparently endowed with
a persistency that would put the
studied efforts of a dead beat collec
tor to shame. Is. believed to be tag
ging after the gallant hark Nuuanu,
judging from late reports concerning
the tardy movements , of the well
known windjammer. The Nuuanu is
Mat-'understood to have cleared the Falk
days following the departure the Nu
uanu is said to have lost a topmjast,
necessitating the return of the bik
was placed in the hands of the ship
wrights and a new mast was stepped.
The Nuuanu is reported to have made
a second start from the islands on
April 22nd. '
It is believed that the bark should
be nearing the islands, and her ar
rival, is looked for daily. The Nuu
anu will be the first overseas cargo
carrier to. be berthed at the new
Richard street wharf.
A "number of prospective passen
gers, desiring to travel to Vancouver
in the Canadian-Australian liner Ma
rama are doomed to disappointment,
judging from the length of the list of
applicants on file at the office of .T. H.
Davies & Co. The vessel Has sailed
from Fiji and should arrive here on
Tuesday morning. The liner has
room for 40 first- and 20 second-class
passengers. The Marama is bringing
a small general cargo from Australia
to be discharged at this port, includ
ing ' fertilizer, refrigerated meats,
fiqifors and vegetables. ?
The Zealandia is reported to have
Bailed from Vancouver for Honolulu,
Fiji and Sydney, with a large list of
second-class passengers. A small
number are booked in this vessel for
the colonies. t
Honoluian Sails With Big Cargo.
A large cargo for Honolulu and K re
huluf.Teft San Francisco today in the
Matson Navigation steamer Honoluian'
nnd this vessel 'with :J.j04 tons mer
chandise for discharge here should ar
rive at destination on next Wednes
day morning. The Honoluian also
blings in transit for Kahulni, StO tons
According to advices received at the
agency of Castle and Cooke, the Ho
noluian went into Ury dock on the last
visit to S.in Francisco. The vessel
w.ts cleaned, and repainted. The 1 re
diction' is now made that the Hono
luian will make much better speed 1.
ciosslng the Pacific. " i
.,- .. ,; y:'V,;v;v.-..-Msny
Passengers for the Wilhelmina.
When the Matson Navigation steam
er Wilhelmini departs for San Fran
cisco on next Wednesday morning,
.that liner will carry over one hundred
cabin passengers from this port to
the mainland; v ' p
. The Wilhelmina is taking on a good
ly shipment of sugar and on leaving
here will have 4."iiM) tons sugar an l
HUo tons molasses stowed below the
hr'tches. The liner is to siil from the
Hackfdd wharf, leaving at ten o'clock
in the morning. I
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Sparks From The Wireless.
A wireless mesage from the Matson
Navigation steamer Lurline, enroute
from Honolulu to San Francisco, for
warded from that vessel at eUht
o'clcH-k last night give the .'ships: nosi-
titin as'2!9 miles off thf port with ll
well on board.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
la.m.i i.n. m
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j iio t j 2.3 11 15
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27 6-44. 4
New moon July 14 at l': 4 a. in.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants
Thursday, July. 11. -
HAN FRANCIS 't Sailt-1. July
, p. to.. . h: llnolulan. for Honolulu. . ,ayVin a fortnight past. )noin-a's to
SAN FRANCIHC.(--ArrivMl, July 10', ! tat ah s are niore than f'ur times as
; h p. in . V. S. A. T. "Sherman.' hence', yreat .in number of shares than' those
VICTOPIA- vSaib d. July 10, S. S.. Zea
' lamJia. for Honolulu.
S N-IPPON MAHU Will arrive
froni Sarr Francisco tomorrow ( Fri-
day) -at 21 a. 111.. and w ill, sail for
Yokohama at 5 p. m.
IT.. S. A. T. LOGAN YM1 arrive about
noon tomorrow irom. san j-Tancistoj
Opium Fines of. Two Skippers
Collector of the ' Port 1 Frederick
Stratton at San Francisco was noti-
tied from Washington bv the secre-
tary of the treasury; that the fines
posted by the steamship companies
for Captain H. K. Morton of the Mon
golia and Captain rH. S." Smith of the
Nippon Maru for having contrahand
opium on their vessels were refunded. I $20t0 Hilo Extension tis .um hafiged at
The . amounts of the fines in both' 4 nre reported,
cases had been 'reduced to 'nominal) Th',r. are more bu vers than sellers
and were posted to allow the vessels of sl r sfrK.ks at vrent, whieh ac
tc clear. Ihe government can stil t.ounts f(,r ,H .aiiness if blocks
proceed again! the captain ,n civil fhaWj;in. ,KHlds Evorv uttle mite of
suits to collect the amount of the . , . , . , . . ,
fines : ,s eagerly snatched up by brokers
-''.: : ".' :-''-' :'-J '.' Hj' ' ::- : ;. '... ' .' With orders to till. , . '
llusy Day at Alakea AVharf. : H
Alakea wharf will be a lively place
tomorrow with ' the arrival of the Uni
ted States Array' transport from San :
Francisco and the. Japanese liner Nip
pon Maru, also -.' from the California
port. The Nippon Maru is expected
to reach port along about ; 7 o'clock;
followed some hours later by the Lo
gan. The troopship will berth at the
Ewa side of the structure. The Nip
Don Maru mat be dispatched 'for the
Orient at .r o'clock while the Logan J
may be held ' hero 'until Saturday-
morning before sailing for Guam and
i Manila. '-'' .'- :
Schooner Eric Searing Port' j
The American schooner Eric, laden
with a, full cargo' of nitrates from To
couilla; is due to arrive, at the port
daily. This vessel is bringing cargo
consigned to the Pacific Guano and
Fertilizer Company and upon arrival
will be berthed at the railway wharf.
The vessel is now forty days out from
the nitrate port. ' "
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Hyades now at Hilo.
The Mat son freighter Hyades is at
Hilo today taking on the last, of a
large shipment of sugar, destined for
San Francisco refineries. The vessel
also carries 825 tons molasses secured
at the Maui ports. '
;;;:.5sa;:: "; : :r-l;y-
Japanese Buy a German Steamer.
- The Hamburg-American Line has
sold the steamer Hellas to Japanese
buyers.- She ' Js- of ; 2,438 tons gross
and 1,479 tons net register, and was
built at Stockton in 1894, with dimen
sions 290 ft. by 42 St. by 17.4 ft. . .
; .A big gen er al cargo f rom the Main
land including freight from New York
-is aboard the American-Hawaiian
steamer Alaskan now enroute to the
islands, and due to arrive here on next
Wednesday. The Alaskm sailed from
Tacoma on Tuesday.
Taking general cargo cargo and
plantatVn supplies, the Interisland
steamer Niihaii has been placed on the
berth for dispatch for Kilauea and
Anahola at five o'clock tris evening. .
A cable received at this port an
nounces the arrival of the United
States cruiser Colorado at Bremerton
yesterday. The war Vessel departed
from .Honolulu on July 2nd.
The Interisland steamer W. O. Hail
with a fair sized list of cabin And deck
passengers and a general jf N will
be dispatched for Kauai pqfV xfive
o'clock this evening . S
If you didn't
"Territory's Big Pineapple Business
'Schofield Water System Bill"
"Sugar Planters Don't Want Rus-
"More Street Paving Planned"
"Eight-Hour Law Hits Hawaii"
' ' Kauai Land for Homesteaders"
"Island Products Export Increase"
"Duke Gift Fund Started"
n n; a advanced- ltfa boards of
. th vtock KxchariKe 1 .u in salt' .of
'. a iid -10 ' .shares at 54:7i w hioh is :t
n t ga.jn vt . 1 :ZZ .im 1 1 .. w--k. h-'n
' t'if-- clir-iii)j i-rkv wa VJ.jO. : Th i ak
in L, price has gone to .V.".'. . ThL j;or:
I.- d-ie to an h'.crt-ase ot the diM nd
J o r 1 1 e r -! lay the 4 Lrec t or jr. y - st erd a y & f
' ternooU. froi:i forty CtntH to ixty ont
ia siar- untri further ntW-e,: Irc?f
' dt nt E. Faxon liishop of i HrewQr
V Co . Ltd.. s.tid tW morning . that
thf h. ra-d dividend would probatty
oiitinue tluotiglnut th yir. At to
da 's y-!!iiisj pri-' th- n;v dhldond
;iina:rits to :t yield of more than 13
pr 'Jit. ;-r aiinutn. .
' With th- ext option of bonds, - the
I transactions r?coi-.led on today's Shet
are smaller" in -volum than ror anv
.f 'inv i.t)i.r
Olaa conies next with HO shares on
the board . at T.7.. an jidvance of a
jm;.rtr ir.int -it,. 1 V 'U -'now'" rvske.l
iM'on.'t r is um hanged with 13 shares
j a ; 4 reported - - .
Ewa sh(ws an advance of half a
nolnt for h:rt. f.t ?.l rm flie l.oMrd
Hawaiian Commervial sold up
ii 11 iiiitdi v i.i.iiiivm ..iv.. m ......
I t ismi). a snares gtong ai 1.. 1 uauu
gained an eighth in a sale of 14 fhares
at -1 .i. -
Other Advances. '. . "
Oahu Itaihvay ' liolds at 140 in sales
j shares in riH-esii ami at ses-
j sion. Pineapple ailvancedi point . in
a sale of :.o shares between boards at
Sales of $40iM) and $;UM0 Olaa Cs un
chanllKed at DTtiUA and of. 16000'. and
. As an aftermath of the sensational
William M. McQuaid divorce suit that
occupied the ' attejntion of the Circuit
Court about. aVyetiH ago Judge WJiit-
ney this )npt$ipgjheiird arcuiuents. 00
1 the motion of counsel for McQuaid,
' the husband" and father, for a modifi
cation -of the. decree to give hfm the
privilege of - sending ' the two minoy
children out of the jurisdictidn of the
court. '.". ' . ;'."-. ' ;-:? '.'
lie represents that tire children's
health requires a change of climate,
and asks that hie be given permission
to send them to the Dominican con
vent, at San Rafael, Cal. .Attorney E.
C. Peters, counsel for the mother, in
timated , he might consent i to the
granting of the motion if the children
were examined by .a physician ap
pointed by the court and found in
need of a change of environment and
climate. . ' '',.'";. . -'.
On this agreement the court an
nounced that Dr. F. F. Hedemann will
be selected to examine them." Later
he .will be placed on the witness stand
and after his testimony is given direct
argument on the motion will be
heard. ''' .'-" :. : : '. r
ACTING CHIEF. KELLETT .
A young man from the upper Nuu
anu district recently reported the
theft of his tuxedo, one business suit,
a $25 miner's cot,.nd a clock to the
jtolice. Within twelve hours Acting
Chief Kellett had the thief rounded up
and obtained a full confession from
him, .whether by the water cure, third
degree or suave, engaging manner the
Acting Chief does not say. But the
fact remains that the young man from
the "wet belt" is rejoicing in the -possession
of his clothes, for had that
business suit not come back , ne
says, "the Ostermoor for him" while
npit he wears was being pressed.
read in yester
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(Continued from Page 1)
.w. ,.mmmiM,-rfa an , Monnya. Kev. I . ian. .Miss AiiiCj i:.ikr. F. Ah Yo-!. uif,. a-d
enutK- and suinm.md Ir I, V. Jtenrstuppleb.n....:.! '. W . Halleona. Yee t hiUreri. Mrs. V. WMhlu-r. U
but .'Mr?.; Weh-barthV '5trussK- gnnl-j Kinu J. M. UroAU. Fva Saffery. MUs,Abbie Akc::i. Mms Akatia - vr.n.- Kn'
uyHy ful.st.j.-.t and she ,'.-i?'an to sttth Optintii, Mrs. SafTcry. Mis- May .Mat-; xvai. L Palke. C. . italke Ms i .;' r..
i.rapitlly. so r;tiid!y that wlu-rt I r, R-iixiM-n. Per. J. 'Davis. Mis M. A. Lame -
arrtvt-d sl.rrwa bi-Withlng her hist. . ;
In one hand hW -tUehUy;. cliiichod a
battle marked "Pots on " Tlurt- vr -
no burns 'oil 'her.' lin. to inHc;itt
Udie acid. n'M thl-r? was no iHlorut ont
thy- U.ttle which would indlcite te -
kind of iMiiM.n. and P-r Tenz h un-
able to say just what kind of i-viy-n
it was that caused, the woman"s death.
Find Note in Flower Box:
;&rarvii of the room lirclosed a not,
hastily scribbled with a' pencit and
thrust in among the Mowers of a. window-box
which Was in the room. The
note was very hrief and stated that the
writer was seeking death as a riieans
to end the in-. r.t. tony of life, and con
cluded by asking that the htisband kiss
the baby for its dead mother.
Deputy Sheriff Iioe and. Poli Offi
cer Sinierson took the body from the
fitniily residence; on Ijwett lane anl
King street to the government morgue;
w here the inquest w 111 be held this
evening. .': -
(Continued from Jg 1)
Progressives intended organizing all
the -precincts or if they had any plan
of. organization mapped out, Said:
"I have a grow ing: list of names lu re
from all over the Islands. People are
writing to find out ju&t. what tho Pro
gressive party stands for. V
"No, I don't btlieve Ihe organization
o the new ki r ty w ill t h row e v er y thing
into the hands-of the lemocrats. TJuTe
are perhaps more Democrats than Ke
publiians )ii the. Territory who are tired
of the rule ot" bosj.es and w(uld like a
new deal. ,::'; .:i;.:'"' v '; :''
. "l"'or one thing. I believe the mu
nicipal act should be
tile people would el
deparlinents and not
ol'ices to be tilled by
politics. :;:-.;';' '--,; '.';;-
"Time to Cut Loose.'
"I believe the time has come to cut
loose from the - reign of bossism. '.In
stead, of .'.feeling bitter ovetsueh a split
as that in the late Territorial conven
tion, and continuing- factional disturb
ance within a party, let the past - be
buried arid all who favor progressive
principles and good government come
together and organize for' the common
good. This is what a great many peO-
pie have been wanting done in local
government affairs for. years past.
"it is a mistake to say that parties
luive been reformed heretofore from
within the party. The great political
reformations in the United States have
ljeen associated w ith the birth Of new
parties." : .;.::;;:; ; ' ' -. ' . ;;-' :. ',
FiRE AUTO TRUCK
SPEEDS .UP PACIFIC
HEIGHTS TO' BLAZE
Burning underbrush on Pacific
Heights this morning, gave the firo de
partment an opportunity to demon
strate: the ability o . the new auto
truck totsail up any kind of a hill
around Honolulu without trouble.
Fire in a rubbish heap, in front of
the Wakefield residence . on tho
Heights crept into' thV undergrowth
with the result that a part of Hono
lulu for a time, held the belief that
the Wakefield home was" burning.
: The fire department - was notified
?nd the big auto truck glided up to
the summit .within ten minutes 'after
the alarm was received, experiencing
no trouble either from the sharp turns
or its engine.
" Japanese laborers who had been call
ed out to fight the flames were mak
ing but poor headway with a short
length' of garden hose when the auto
truck arrived, it appearing that such
a thing as fire : estinguisbers are not
known on the Heights although this
district has no fire house ia its im
The Great Register for the City" and
County of Honolulu contained 4300
names at the opening of business this
morning. Clerk Kalaubkalani reports
registrations as- coming in very slow
'.' .' m :
Tile Shinyo Maru to arrive from Uin
orient on next Monday morning will
carry the next mail; intended for the
mainland when dispatched for San
Peri str." Claud ine. social trip to
j servM Us A. KaleikiniMrs. Mitch. 11.!
j 'Mr?-'.Kmma Kahalahtila. J. P. Kap.ike.;
' Kaloa. l.izxie Kaula.
; .miss .tuna rvamna. .miss .m. uo)-atK'f
pns. Jiny l". 3irs. AliUViJuly; 11 K. ijk a. II.- Iloblnsn'n nn.t.
JWIcK Mrs. K. Kanahele. Mrs. P. Ku !rarty. Prof. S. Shisa. Mjs I. i)5.Munl.
h:a. Juo. V. Kahia. Mrsv J. K. Kalua.i Mbs A. Opunul. Mi- 11 Vuri(',.!f-:
J. S. Koonioa. Harriett Lefaloha. s.:i irii !... n... .
I'ranK I-etalotia. irs. Nam. Miss X; Ca Uishop Kinney, Mrs. H. V. Km
lHa!n'' 'il,iam Hawelu. Miss K. Ka-frey and' son. M, Kinney. M. Kin:;, v
kaua. K. Miatt John F. A. iteckwith. J. fi. Pro,: Mrs. i'.
Aawalei. Mrs. Marv ivaiuinui, .Mrs.;
Fung. 1 Tans Kwai Aou. Y. Cho Ping.-flavberg. Mis Claybevg. Mrs. W, i
1 You Fu. P.ev. J. Kama and wife,:rU., anJ lv,0 chlldreu. T. (h-aki. Mis..;
Stanley Keliett. Miss Kalapiki PiU ; E. McCarthv. MUs M. McCarhv;
wale; Joscplt PaTaole. Mrs. Emily ;John c Curtis." Miss' Clara ' Elc-rt.:i.
ConraJt. S.. Nagamori. T. Sato. .Mrs.ic W. Kdgerton M. Jomie.teei. I. U.
A. A kiu. Mrs. M. Keaki. Mrs. M. II"-; IloIUster. E. IV Watson. G. E. Sf i n
leia, Kaulutulhele. Rev: S. D. N jtjhiwa.; Benson. Unbt. M: Smith. M. A. Mo
Mrs. Annie Kahiapo. Moses Kuhrai Utrith. Ernest Mott-Smith, Mrs, Mcils
P.ev. li. P. Whitta.ser. lUn. J. P. Enl- Mdls. Miss K. MclnfVTe. Miss I.
man. Rev. H. P. Judd. Kev. C. T. Per- s yit jntvre. Mrs. M. F. .Mnrphv. j-M.
nim. Kev. C. How Fo. Kev. E. G. dai Fernandez, Mists Frances A. Pro!..
Silva,- Kev. W. K. Poai. Kev. Podge.; Miss f. E. Hanco k. Miss AnabelU
Kev. J. K. Paele. Kev. ; "S. P. ; Kaaia,;-.Mun.!oiu Mr. and Mrs; J. J. Prow u.
Kev. 0. M. KamakawiwcHde, Kev. L. J jr ai;j irs J K Urown. Clayl-rg
Mitchell. Kev. S. W. Kauhi. Mrs.(ami parties.
Lydia Kaahaaina. Mrs. M"ary Mapu.; jVr. str. Claudlne. for Hilo. via "way
Mrs. Kalei Kupu, S. K Kamaiopili.! ports, Julv 12.MUs.E. Kalina. W.
M rs. f Ma ry H . Kel iihoa. Ds( ai P. Cox.s j -.Crawford, wife wul two children;
J. IL K. Kaiwi. Mr. and Mrs. Harry jMiss E. Crawford. Mrs. C. W. Unih
Naopu. Ant6ne tie Costa. Mary Fhal ( anti daughter. Miss. Marion Ilrown.
mers. Mt)ses Cnaimers. Solomon Ko- Mrs K A;TurnVr, Arthur W. ltnmn,
1.1a. saml. Kauka, J . K. Kaahmaa, Kd Cockett. Mrs. P. Coeketr. ..MUs
1 f:;,Mar?''KJ-ai-t:Mrt ll K- HJ!a- Stevens. Mrs. Stevens. Mi.s L. John
phi. 'MrA t 1. Puuku, A.Akana.Mr.Lon Mss A. Johnson. Mrs. V. F.
Murray. Saml. Mapu, Miss - Mary t. .
f'm16- 'I1' ""T1 u ; na; I'er. sir. Mikahala. for Maui ind
Iemnu James Palau P. D Kelle t andMolokal t July 16.--John C. Cur
w,fe. Mas. P. D. Kel ett. Jr.. MlssH.tI,f Mrs' F. Gibson. Miss K. Farb-i-Makuakane.
f Sarah l anohano .' Peter Mfss swaa2y, A. M. Caulley. Sam Ka
N. Kahokualuna. !Im Jennie NuaJ, ()h Mlsg. Ah0ff M Ah Mr ,
Mrs. A. K. daoao. Miss I Karashi. j CarloM ary isaACt Mis-li Kall.io.
lM .n.uum, .xumau.,
.Ilia. JlrtlU-lnllllV, illlS, Oil.l, iOIUiiiM,
Mrs. Hoapili. Iiev. L. P. Kaumeheowa,
wife ami daughter; Mrs. Sarah White,
Miss Sarah White, I); W. K. White,
Mrs.VMary A. Foster, E. K. Kaana,
Mrs. Haae, Mrs. E. K. Kaana, Geo.
Kauhi. Jho. Harbottle and wife, ..-.Mrs.
E. K. Waiau, John Pahia. F. Kuhoki,
Miss Eliza Kalaukoa. Mr. and Mrs.
U. N. Kaue. William Isaac Nui,
Iogan, sailed from San Francisco for
Honolulu July i.
Sherman, from Honolulu for San
Fraucfsco. sailed July :.
Sheridan from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Arrived April 7.
Crook,- at Sun Francisco. -Bufotd,
stationed on 'Pacific Coast. : .
Warren, stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for Ma -
nila, arrived July 2.
Supply, sailed from Honolulu for Seat -
tie, June 1..
recast. SO tnal '. .'OiiiMiainua, r,. i. .uiivuieiiu. v . ; ml Mrs t-Mi'-ir IVUI lip r II
. i t it' x f i. :.. l.' t t i t i
ect the heads of IK Mammae. John Kaea. Miss M. Snif.; jutchcock, . John "II. HaVbottle ' and
leave important len.-.ui,. i A. Vat; IIin-5.
me-ois i.f dirtv ' iaiP". juss . iaiA, k. i. iaipo, . a o iintor r Smith v i,-
W. C. Pcacock & Go., Ltd.
Wine'and 'Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
Per str. W. G. Hall, for Ka iai rT.
! N v
N-r. str. Mauul Kw. f.,r' Hi'o. ia
way pons. July t.:t.-Kmet I'arkt r.
. Mss Caidy
Mt--s V. .!! ,
P. Saini-ou. A. I..
v. - itmivn Miss Laura Havn.-s. Mr.
rh F. Loom is. C.-Kuhns. Miss
Mann, Mas. Mann. Miss Morse, Mrs.
Morse. .Miss Ellicott, Mrs. Kingsbury
Per str. Kilauea. for' Kona and Kait
ports, July 19. Mrs. Wldemann. E.
C. Smith. David Dowsett, U. McCor
riston and friends, E. Hedemann, Mis-
Hitchcock, Mrs; Robert Wallace. Mr.
Sam Parker, Kev. C. (
Phosphate Rock from the South Ssa
Phosphate rcyrk from Makatea, t(
the amount of two thousand" tons i-i
expected to arrive at the iort.wfthiu
a few days; as cargo in the Norweg
ian freighter Prometheus. This ves
sel has sailed from , south sea ports
and should show up In tho harbor not
later than next Monday, according to
the calculations of T. H. Davies Hz
Company, the local agents-, for thf
The Prometheus has made
i several trips between the phosphate?
1 islands and Honolulu
will be berthed at the railway wharf..
.. ..... , . nt-
' 4 .
(JAS. H. LOVE)
Office, King Street, opp.