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HONOLULU BTAH-BULLE' IN, SATURDAY JULY 134012.
PELE'S FIRES FAR OUT AT SEA
The company of Island people and
tourists traveling towards" Honolulu In
the Inter-Istend steamer Mauna Kea
were treated" to a rare spectacle lait
night, wljcn the bright reflection from
Tele's fires at Kilauea were distinctly
seen for a distance of on?? hunarea
and fifty miles.
For some hours after the liner clear
ed Kawaihae, the honvens were illum
inated with the ruddy slow arising
from the burning lava pit. ,
Tbc scene Is one that many of the1
passengers will not soon forget. j
u a 11 11 ii '.- du) i yj i l di i M ai i inn i
morning, that a faint reflection from
volcanic fires could be detected at Las
Travelers' returning from the ; nat,
i , . . ,
urai wonuer, ucciarc mri me voicanov
is in a high state. of eruptivencss at
ho nr,EMlt imn u la di ii i iti t ihn
V ; .:.r" ':':.
while there has been a marked ln
crease in the smoke arising from lh
pit Old Falthfiil.has'lKjromk extreme
ly active Judging from the long dis
tance which the reected light appetrs
In the sky.
The Maun a Kea returned a number
I a n.llUOer
of Fourth of July visitors who n'arf i-
l ill H . . v . ....tl
cl pat ed in Hie program-of sport, pull-
ed off at the Hawaii metropolis oil the
Great American natal day.
The voirel met with fair weather on
(he . hompwan, trip, there hems torn ' b)(Tcl(s for P(.ar HarlK.r, sln.ctu
a'rXWrctT 1". of Wic, an, cse
Ka:", .nn,n,er i, due to arr.vo
40 sacks corn. 10 cords wood, crates of
turkeys and chickens and 173 pack-J
' The Mauna Kea is scheduled, to sail
for Hilo direct at four o'clock this sft
ernoont taking a number of passen-
gers, many being tourist.-?.
Ifrifrnnbine to Carrr a Thousand.
A. V. Roe. one of the best-known
,-iators in England, makes the
ling prophesy in the Daily Mirror that
the hydroplane of the future will car- i
ry 1000 passengers and revolutionize
ocean travel: He says the speed ob-
tainable will be enormous, exceeding
150 miles an hourand, as the hydro-,
plane will soon be as safe as any hu-
man Invention can be. it -will do away
with seasickness. There is little
doubt that ocean travelers would ,
choose it In preference to a steamship.
If Mr. Roe's startling prophesy is
ever realized, passengers from New
York can be in London within twenty
four hours after their start
Nakomit Comes In Second Place.
The schooner Nakomls with CG5,00tf
feet lumber from Tacoma, which' left and China ports,
that port the same time as did the The Nippon remained at this port
cebooner -William H. Smith, was boaro- but a few hours as there was no-cared
by Federal customs authorities at gc for discharge here. A half dozen
5:30 o'clock last evening. The Nko- cabin passengers joined th'e little
mis and Smith were understood would white yacht at this port for a tour or
be hurried to the Hawaiian Islands and the Far East. .
a prospect of a fine race was featured 1 1 . Pa
in Sound shipping circles. j Hilo Shipping. '
The Nakomls arrived at Honolulu ; The Matson Navigation liner Wilhel
nearly twelve hours following the' mlna, the freighter Hyades of the
Echponer William II. Smith. , same line, and the schooner S. T. Alex-
Captain Jensen, master- of the . Na- under were the aeep sea representa
komls reports a fine passage with fav- tives at the port of Hilo during the
orable winds and seas. The - vessel stay of the Inter-Island steamer Mauna
brings lumber and material for the
construction of the new drydock.
Local Notice to Mariners.
Hawaiian Islands, Oahu Islands,
Honolulu harbor Channel Gas Buoy,
No. 0, reported extinguished July 5,
wasrelighted July 12, 1912. By or
der of the Commissioner of Light
houses: Leo Sahm, Lieutenant,
s. n. ' '
Passing of a Seaman's Landmark.
Ai bill turning over the old Sailors',
Home at San Francisco to the city foronomea 1S.002, Pepeekeo ltj,300. Ho
charitable purposes was passed by.. npmu -6500, Hakalau 3200, laupahoe
the IIousc of Representatives on June i,oe 10.500, Kaiwiki 11.000, Kukaiau
19. Before the passage the bill was ;-roo, Hamakua Mill 15,700, 'Paauhau
amended to give the Secretary of the ir,oo, Honokaa 6G50, Kukuaihaela
Treasury supervision over the char-ono, Punaluu 13.C57, Honupao 7227
i table purposes for which the; .build-
ing may. be used.
Hnna Surprised at .Muriel's Fat Trip. Reports received by the Pacific
Hana shipping was given a surprise coast Steamship Company from G. W.
in the arrival of the American schoon- Dickie, superintendent of construction
er MuViel, which covered, the distance cf jts new passenger liner building at
between San Francisco and the Maui (ne plant of the New York Shipbuild
port in eleven days. -.ing Company, Camdea. N. J., state that
The Muriel brought a full cargo of (tne YpSsei js well under way. The
general merchandise and lumber. The - now coaster will not only: be the hand
time made by tlie Muriel is considered j POuiest and most elaborately furnish
about the fastest recorded from San vossoi plying in the coastwise serv
Francisco n island ports in manyjjCOf imt one of safest ever con
The vessel is to be given a prompt i
discharge, and will be supplied with a '
full shipment of -sugar, destined
the Coast refineries.
Open Season for Log Rafts
The preliminary work on log raft.s
for towage to California indicates
that more timber will be towed out
of. the Columbia River this summer
than ever before. The - .Hammond
Lumber Company will sship at least
three log rafts this year, and it may
be derided later to. ship -two-, more.
. - T .1 T v 1
serves. to keep all inter-inland -si;eam-
Tne lienson k . aim i, wuoer, S!igar to the amount of 2034 sacks
Company will also, ship a number .oi T,as,i!u.lt,-,lca iu the shipment thai,
lafts from Wallace Mougn. arrived this morning from Kipaluili.
: ' 1 Jin the Inter-lsland steamer LikeVke.
Inter-Inland Steamers Are Bury. iTlie vessel met with moderate wids
The accumulation of sugar at ports and teas on the homeward vo.Vjge
alog the coasts of Hawaii and Maui with the exception of some roTijU
Office, King Street opp. Union Grill
VIEW REFLECTION FROM
ers' busy in the movement of the prod
uct. Purs"r Phillips of the flagship Mau
n a. Ka, that returned from Hilo and
way 'ports this morning, reports hav
ing passed the Kauai at Pepeekeo, the
Kaiulani at I'apaikou, the Maui at Ko
holalele, the Wailele at Honokaa, the
Uelene at Honokaa. The latter vessel
is due to arrive at Honolulu this aft
ernoon with 4C0 sacks sugar from
tire Union Mill Company.
Kelly s Famous
' Four, beautiful California society
girls arc passengers in the now fam
ous bark Andrew Welch, which Is car-
r inR a" Sall?ana?i
under the guidance of bkipper
.i. .. M i
'eleom puts to .ea without a
bevy of feminine beauty as cabin prs
sengers. The Andrew eicn is one
of the very few windjammers now
trading between '-the. -coast' and Hono
lulu that has become a prime favorite
with touring femininity. In many In
stances the passerser.i are so pleased
with the courtesy and gallantry dis-
, , ,,,, j it hov remain nvor
.' V " -X " vTf Th. hk
fill! T JlllIltl l"c j 11 l oiaj .
t ;. . J? .,.,v , ..m
at this port, and decide upon a return
;to the California coast in the Welch.
- 'Ti w,n, 3
1 3Iore Tonnage, Bettor Rates.
A new regulation governing the fix
ing of freight tariffs in the Philippine
coastwise service" has been made an
Is reported to have created consider
able stir among the inter-island steam
shin companies operating there. The
rpoara or raie reguiauon uas iuu
start-'amendment to Order No. 15, fixing the
. I J ! 1 1 .
rates for inter-island, transportation,
which affects very decidedly vessels of
small tonnage.' Under the previous
ruling vessels, of 150 tons net register
and under were permitted to charge
20 per cent, above the regular freight
rates.. The maximum has been chang-
ed to 225 tons and the additional
charge for subsistence over the rates
Sail for the
Forty-Six Japanese, three Chinese
and one Korean steerage passenger
left Honolulu last evening in the
Toyo Kisen Kalsha liner Nippon
Maru, their destination being Japan
Kea at that port
The Hyades has completed a cargo
of iugar, and departed for San Fran
cisco on Friday night.
, The Wilhelmina is due to return
to Honolulu tomorrow morn'.ng.
Hawaii Sugar Report.
Purscl Philipos of the Steamer
Mauna Kea brought the following re
port of sugars awaiting shipment on
Hawaii: Olaa 5.000: WTaiakea 5000.
Hawaii Mill 2300. Hilo Sugar Co. 3000,
New (atrr FInet of the Fleet.
Jlarrion Direct Line Plans Extension.
Business is increasing so rapidly be
tween European ports and the North
Pacific that the Harrison Direct Line
is expected to shortly double its serv-
ice.-' - Instead of once a month, steam-
ers will probably be dispatched every
fortnight. Thjs company operates no
.less. than four routes, which carry car
go for Pacific ports from the United
Kingdom, three indirect and the direct
line via Magellan.
weather in crossing 'the channel.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
;p.m. m r
1.1 ,0XH i.i
6 25 5 25 tM.V 0.1 1
1.7 111 13
.5 7.M5 5-25 6.5 0 43
9.17, 5.2t 6-46j 5 a
4. 2.l' 2.1
7.06 10.3.1 5
fl-: 3 17
76 u.15 5.27 6.44, 1.23
f i t '
3.23, KM5 1! 5. 5.2J 6.44 Sts
New moon July 14 at 2; 4 2 a.' m.
i Temnerature C a. m. 74: 8 a. m.
7S: 10 a. m. SO: 12 noon. 82. Mini-,
mum last night, 73. "
Darameter at 8 a. m. 23:9S. Rela-jthe
live uuiinuii.;, o a. in., ui. .
Wind 6 a. m.. 5, E; 8 a. ra.. 10, NE;
10 a. m. 11. E; 12 noon. 12, E. Move
iaent, past 24 hours, 196. ; .
Dew-point at 8 a. m., 66. Absolute
Humidity, 8 a. m.;, 6.785.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable, to Merchantit
Saturday, July 13, 1912.
SAM VRAKflSnn Arrive Tnlv 17
S. S. Enterprise from Hi'lv July 3.'!
ini.n RnfW Jntv n fi r, m s s
Hyades for San Frahcisco. "
TACOMA Sailed,' July 12, S. S.
Alaskan for Honolulu. (Not as re-;
NOYO. CAL. Arrived. July 13. S.' S.1
Indian Monarch, hence July 2. v
S. s: Shin) Maru will" arrive from
vtr,i,nrv,o nf A o o f c
Avn.uwuiiia ."""a; ol u a. iu. aim
will sail for San Francisco at 9 a.
; m. Tuesday. ;
U.- S. -A. E!SrioC IHanlli
! from Railway wharf at 5 p. m. - , d"" w " l ; " v
mmmmmmmmmmimmtmmi children, Master Moberg and son,
Miss Margaret Pierce. For 'Manila:
Noeau Met With Rough Weather. j Col. R. II. R. Loughborough and wife,
A heavy swell along the windward Lt.-Col., D. H. Boughton and wife,
coast of KauEi, prevented the dis- Miss Blackwelder, Capt.. C. G. Morti
charge of considerable cargo carried raer and wife, Capt. J.- M. Love, Jr.,
in the Inter-Island .steamer Noeau. Capt. F. R. Curtis, M Lt. Win. E.
This vessel returned to Honolulu this unn, 1st Lt. G. S. Blakely, 1st Lt.
morning bringing 3366 sacks sugar, F. R. MFagdalski, wife and child; 1st
465 sacks rice, 42 empty drums, 31 Lt. T. P.. Bernard, wife and child r 2d
sacks potatoes and 38 packages sun- Lt- E- M. Watson, 2d Lt. VV. K.
dries i W, R. Weaver and wife, 2d Lt. R. Iv.
i For a time eKalia, Kuai, was storm-' Fletcher, Capt.O. G, Brown, wife and
bound, Purser Fichter reports the fol-
ioTtir.a- coro- nwotMno- CMr,rr,o a
Kmuxt nnrta- K'tiaiioa 1 fion Ahiitini
20,000, Kealia 26,000.
(Continued from Page 1)
have leaped into a hack and completed
the Lochinvar. stuff in style..
i Shortly after the episode at the
Young Hctel the irate mother Of the
bride-to-be appeared at U. S. Marshal
HendrvV office. In her ereat" indlgna-
tlon she was aimost incohrent, butjJ. Gibson and two cons, Mrs. D. A.
the federal officials finally succeeded ' Norrison and three children, MIs
In pleanirlr tTio Infnrma H-n that it. Katherine Enright, Miss Katherine
uantPd thn sheriff tn nrrt th'mishtn
and prevent the marriage. I
Sought to Cool Her Wrath. ley, Miss Mary L. btabeium. ;
: Knowing nothing of the Incident' Per stmr..Mauna Kea, from Hilo via
that has just occurred, and unable to way Prts. July 13. Mrs. II. W. Boyr
gather definite retails from the worn- den. Mrs- H. E. Proctor, Miss E. W.
an, Sheriff Jarrett, . who happened to "Goepping, R. F. Lange and wife, J.
be iu the marshal's office, sought to W- Cottrell and wife, W. S. Strop and
Induce her to sit down and cool her wife' F. A. Stump, wife and son; Miss
wrath until she-could talk intelligibly. ' A- Groves, Mrs. L. B. Groves, Miss E.
But she declined to wait, and wav-, L. Haffley, C. Menke, Miss F. L.
ing her arms and rolling her bead she "be, Horogochi, Mrs. H. Heyward,
started downstairs. Halfway down Jas- Campsie and wife, Miss Amana,
she fell ton the stairway, and lay I Miss Zane, Miss H. Kapuna, Miss M.
graoning as though in deep agonyy Maltterre, Miss C. P. Gomes, Sister
rolling her eyes and creating an awe- Suzanne, W. A. Holjt, C. B. Chapman,
Inspiring spectacle of misery. She' 11 Young, E. H, Wodehouse, Charles
aroused very suddenly a few moments Lam, A. A. Wilson, A. G. Horner, C.
later however, when one of the court 'Sullivan, Mrs. Farrel, Miss E. At
attaches dashed a glass of ice water kins. w- P. Bluet, Miss E. Hall, Mrs.
over her face and neck, and jumped Ie Coito and daughter, Master Oarcia,
up and rushed down info the street ! L de Silva, Master Chan Luk See, A.
When last seen by the officials she '. Carter and wife, Miss M. Kalama,
was rushing down Fort street as a W'.' ; Wanabe,. A. Menzler, N. Oss, R. L.
pace calculated to induce sun stroke Coleman, J. Garcia, W. D. Weight, R.
or heart failure, or both. 1 A. Rath, A. Crbpp and wife, Mrs. Sum-
'v-'"'". , "" ' ' "'- :' .';; 1 ner, F. E. Howes, Mra H. II. Mur-
Judge Whitney tocay granted a di- ray, Miss'-T. Choy, G. K. Tackabury,
von e to Ascbi Chu Kan, from Chu Miss E. Haaheo, Mrs. T. Tread way,
Kan. on the petitioner's allegation of Rev. Y. Yamaka, sses Meek (2),
non-support, Wong Hoon.
If you didn't . read in yester
day's Honolulu Star-Bulletin:
"Sale of Palmyra
"Big Increase In Tax Money"
PearlHarbor Proposed Pacific Key"
To Systematize Charity Work"
"Outrigger Club Improvements"
"New Ruling On Opium"
"Healanis Will Not Loan Boat"
"Will Make Fight On Kuhio"
U. S. GRAND JURY WILL PROBE
POLICE AFFAIRS, IS INDICATION
That the. conduct of the Honolulu
9Ci v 1 lJWVioMce department in general, or of
Certain iiidivltiual members in parti
' .- - -.. .
cuiai. is to be one of the first subjects
ot investigation by the federal grand
itirv. summoned to mwt Mondav morn-
, , InHit W iho irchnnot nf
the witnesses subpoenaed 'today to ap- Wednesday, July 17, H. H. Holt,
pear and testify before that body. ,.' IJquor License Inspector W. P. Fen
Beyond giving out the names of the nell. T. Pone, C. Ahana (member of
witneiVes called, the federal officials police department). .Miss Bcnevitte,
decline to reveal the- nature of the John Adler, Mrs. Kimi, NY Crabbe, all
investigations or charges that may be of Honolulu; -I S. Matthews, and G.
brought i befere the grand jury, the
j United States district attorney mere-
ly saying mat a number or routine
matters will be taken up."
I The witnesses subpoenaed to appear
firtt three day of the grand jury
J ; Friday, July 12.
San Francisco Nippon Iaru, Jap.
stmr., p: m."
Sr.n Francisco Logjin, U. S. A. T.,
p. m. j :. .'"'''.' . - ;' '. ' '
Saturday, July 13.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., a. .m. .'. . '
Hawaii ports Likelike, stmr., a. m.
Friday, July '12.
Japan ports and Hongkong Nippon
1 Maru Jap. stmr.. 6 p. m.
Hawaii via Maui ports Claudine,
stmr., 5 p. m.
-4) - ' ' 1
PASSENGERS-. BOOKED ,
Francisco. July 12. For Honolulu:
Capt J. A: Janda,. Capt. L J. Owen
,swi?' Ja W' JJ?kIm:', Mw l!;,?'
W Uliard . and son, Mrs. -H. M. Fales
. : r t t -t.i... Miw
ana sen, mrs, u. r. lupiinm,
Mary G. Gee, Mrs. P. G. Petti tt, P. G.
Pettitt. Uss Louise Bennington, Mrs.
G. Bostrom, Mrs. II. C. Bostrom, S. T.
wife and child i Capt. C. L. btone,
wife and t wo children; Capt
: Joss, wife' and two children; Capt. R,
J A .L 11 J
P.- Stoneburn and wife, . 1st LL ' A'. J.
Conroy Thos P. Ballinger, Passed
Asst. 1 Paymaster; ' LieuL .Max M.
Frucht, wife "and child; Lieut. Robert
j A. Dawes, wife and child; Ensign
v,Tianes j. Moore, cjQwara ii. iJiiue
field, P. M. clerk. U. S. N.; W. W.
Johnson, W. W. Drumraohd and wife,
Frank A. Smith, checker; Mrs. Brooke
Payne. Mrs. J. B. Pedicord, Miss Ed
na Kostmayer, Mrs. Emma Vhltney,
Mrs. M. M. Gardner, Isaac Adams,
Frank FW. Cheney, Jr., Miss Genevra
Nance, Mrs. Wm. C. ; Carroll, B. F.
Bennington and wife, Mrs. A. F.
Fischer. Miss Vera Slater, fiancee,
Empl. Bl. Pub. Works, P. I.; - Mrs. A
Clubetich, Mrs. Grant L. Miller, Miss
Lyda Rodgers, Miss Callie D. Wood-
and 8 hour Law"
session are given out as follows: Tues
W." Fred Belmont, M. Olcson, A. Mc-
Duffle. D. Kamauoha. P. Swoden. all
members of the no'ice department;
Kva Hakuloa. Mrs. Hakuloa, Kirk B.
Porter, J. R. Kellett (member of police
department) . F. V. Weed, and M. Mc-
W. Williams of Leilebua,
Thursday, July IS, Joseph Gall, Vin-
cent Keumi, cnane Kose, tmiiy koe.
Kiwata. Domingues Ferreira, Philip
Kaauwal, Robert K. Mabikoa, L. B
Reeves and L. R. Medelros.
BIFF, ALSO BANG!
A big; gnyly-decorated steam-roller
ana a band in the vicinity of the fnl
versity Club today gave notice that
there was something doing Inside. It
was a sort of political high jinks, with
George R.. Carter and others as the
pleces-de-resistance. What ent on in
the .sacred precincts of the club is not
revealed, but it is said to have been
aplenty. .':"' '
(Continued from Pago 1)
more than eight feet ahead."
Hustace says: "I was coming in
King street on the right'side. within
three or four feet of the curbing. I
saw an auto comingout King on my
ngut siae, out i aiani minx u was
going id iuru imu riinui treeu
turned . right .in front of me, giving
me but 11 feet in which to stop. I
applied my brakes and had brought
my machine nearly to a standstill
when the collision occurred." '.
Witnesses of the accident were Fos
ter Davis and C. Herbert: The lat
ter took thex injured man into: his
automobile and carried him to the of
fice of Dr. Herbert, who- dressed his
injuries. -' ,.'
H is' Second. Accident.
McDonald figured in an j auto acci
dent some weeks ago, when his : ma
chine knocked down a Japanese at
Moiliili. The Japanese was to blame
on this occasion.
In speaking of the recent epidemic
of auto accidents Motorcycle Officer
Chilton said: "The police are not to
blame for ijot enforcing the speed and
other auto ordinances. We have ar
rested scores of offenders who have
been found guilty and fined in. police
court, only to have their sentences
suspended when the cases were an
pealed. -: .'-.' v;'- i V -l . '
"The fine Imposed, that of $.10 and
costs, amounting to. ?13, doesn't cut
any figure with some of the youths
about town who wish to take a fast
ride. They gather a load, of four or
five, assess each man $2 for a purse
with which to pay the fine, if caught,
and proceed to ; cut loose.
"We also have trouble In inducing
witnesses to appear against reckless
drivers, and so if we swear out a
warrant ourselves we are-. made a
laughing stock in court through our
ail tire to secure testimony."
WARREN REPORTS 'BILL
FOR SCH0FIELD WATER
A private cablegram was received
bere today from Washington," stating
that Senator WTarren had reported the
appropriation "for. buildltfg water
works at Schofield Barracks, Leilehua.
There was nothing in the bill regard
ing the leasing of surplus water. 4
By mutual consent the preliminary
hearing of the "white slavery" charge
against Norman B. Smith has been
continued to next Tuesday. "It is un
derstood the evidence will be placed
in the hands of the federal grand
jury at that time, as the gorernment's
witnesses are said to have been sub
poenaed to appear before that body
Tuesday. Smith is still held in jail
in default of $1500.
Lewexs & Cooke, through their coun
sel, Castle and Withington have filed,
their brief in the materialmen's lien
case brought EgDlnst Mellie E. IJus
tace and J. R. Davies. Lewers &
Cooke are suing' for $644.83 which they
p.isert is due them as the price of
building material furnished to Davis
for constructing a building on the
Mellie E. Hustace property, adjoining
the Moana Hotel on the Waikiki side.
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED j
Per. str. Claudine, for Hilo, via way
ports. July 12. MLss R Kalina. W.
H. Crawford, wife 'and two children;
Miss E. Crawford. Mrs. IV W. BooiU
and daughter, Miss Marlon Brown.
Mrs E. A. Turner, Arthur W. Brown.
Ed. Cockett. Mrs. B. Cockett. Mis
Stevens. Mrs. Stevens Miss L. John
son, Miss A, Johnson, Mrs. F. F.
Branco. Mary Caroline Branco, Mrs.
C W. Booth and daughter. Miss Ka
mesako. Lizzie Keaweiwi. Miss A. Ko
bayashi, J. M. Koko, Mi$s Morris. Mrs.
Morris. R. D. Morton. Geo. K. Timble
and wife; Mr. and Mrs. Nakano, Mas.
Nakano. : ; ; -,
Per T. K. K, Nippon Maru for Japan
ports and , Hongkong, July ,13. Miss
largaret Johnson, J. M. Lihme. Miss I
Trumphler, Capt.; and Mrs. E. W, j
liaii iv 4 - .
t PASSENGERS BOOKED
1 ' . :.. r
Per str. Mauna Kea, for Hilo, via
way' ports, July 13. Ernest Parker,
Miss M. B. Cassidy, Miss V. Jones,
Miss A. Jones, C. D. Samson. A. L.
Case, Bishop Kinney, Mrs. II. W. Kin
ney and son. M. Kinney, M. Kinney
F. A. Beckwlth. J. H. Brown, Mrs. F.
E. Brown, Miss Laura Haynes, Mr.
i Clayberg, Miss Clayberg, Mrs. Ween
j rich and two children.nT. Osr.kl, Miss
' C. E.' McCarthy. Miss M. McCarthy,
.John C. Curtis. Miss Clara Edgerton,
C W. Edgerton. M, Jpngeneel, P. M.
Hollister. E. B. Wratson, G. E. Steph
enson. Robt. M. Smith, E. A. Mott
Smith, Ernest Mott-Smith. Mrs. Mells,
Miss Mells, Miss K. Mclntyre, Miss J.
Mclntyre, Mrs. M."- F. Murphy, Ed.
Fernandez. Miss Frances A. Brown,
Miss I. E. Ulanoock, Miss Anabella
Mundon, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E." Brown, Clayberg
and parties. 1 -"
Per. : str. Mlkahala. for Maui and
Molokai ports. July 16," John C Cur
tis. Mrs. F. Gibson, Miss E. Farley,
Miss Swanzy, A. M. Caulley, Sam Ka
laf, Ohoe, Miss Ahoe, Mas. Ahoe, Mrs.
J. Carlo, .Mary Isaac, Miss E. Kallno,
Chas. F. Loomls, C 'Kuhns, Miss
Mann, 'Mas. Mann. Miss Morse, Mrs,
Morse, Miss Elllcott, Mrs. Kingsbury
Per str. Kllauea, for Kona and Kau
Iorts, July 10. Mrs. Widemann, K
C. Smith, David Dowsett, R. McCor
riston and friends, E. Hedemann, Miss
Hitchcock, Mrs. Robert Wallace. Mr
and Mrs. Edgar Wood, Dr. C. II.
Hitchcock, John II. Harbottle and
wife, Miss Johnstone, G. A. Van Hlng,'
Rev. A. S. Baker, E. C. Smith, A. F.
Gay, Col. Sam Parker, Rev. C. G.
Burnham, Mr. and Mrs Geo. S Wells,
Jr.', Mrs. Young, Miss Johnstone.
Per stmr. Kinau, for ' Kauai ports,
July 16 G. Hcfgaard, Miss Ching
Ho, Mrs. Klamp. . :
With later mall for the islands, the
Toyo Kisen Kaisha liner Tenyo Maru
is reported to have sailed from San
Francisco at 2 o'clock yesterday after
npon destined for Honolulu and . the
coast of Asia. 'r . '
Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
AT THE PORT
The transport Igan ni t with I'm
weather on the trip from San Frati
ciseo to Honolulu, according h rr
port from her officers.
Taking general ; cargo for indu in!
Kauai iHrts. the Inter-Ir.land itp;nt. r
Noeau is on the berth to sail at
o'clock. Monday evening.
Mail for the Philippines will W dts
patched today with the sailing, of -th
Fnited States Army transport Ugati
at o'clock this afternoon.
In the course of a thorough fumigation.-of'.-the
Japanese liner Nlppm
Maru durlrtg the stay at San Francis
co a large number of raU were exter
I Vi t t f-rvi I1 1 trn rtnllara In liuuii i"ir.
ried to the Orient In the Japanese lin
er Nippon Maru, is for the most part
Intonrtod fnr thi hnnVintr hnil?fS of
Among the passenger booked for
departure for Hawaii In the Mauna
Kea next Wednesday morning Is a par
ty pf Invited guests who will attend
the Parker-Smart nuptials at Waimea.
Many local shipping men took pleas
ure in again greeting Commodore W.
E. Filmer, the, veteran navigator in
the T. K. K. service, who passed
through Honolulu yesterday afternoon
as a passenger in the liner. For
many years Captain Filmer was a
regular caller at this port while in
command of the steamers in the T. K.
K. trans-pacific, trade. He Is now on
the reserve. listwUh station at Yoko
m m ' , - '' '.
HILO HEARS NEW 1
DAILY IN HONOLULU
The Hilo Tribune pays:
That a new dally paper will within a
shorttlme be running in Honolulu U
practically a certainty. The men be
hind the proposition are boking for a
plant " at present, and, it Is said, tbi
whole of the Paradise "of the , Pacific
printing establishment may be pur
chased. -. -
It Is rumored that E. P. Irwin will
be the editor of the new paiH-i. Irwin
Is considered to be one of the strongest
editorial writer in the Territory, antl
be will be given, practically, a free
The new paper may ,be a lrtornlng
concern. It is not ..quite le'ided yet,
but tbc probabilities are that the paper
will , be publif.hed . in the mornings.
The Hebrews of San Francisco hate
begun the construction of a magnifi
cent country club at Boresford, just