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I UK UIAX STAR. SMTRDAY. Jt'N'K -. I'M'.
SIPPING MWATERFRONT NEW!
P. M. STEAMERS SMUGGLING OPIUM
1 Consignment on Mongolia Confiscated by
Federal Uthcials Mongolia quarter
master Involved in Plot
I From Yokohama, per Persia, .Inly
To Yokohama, per Nile. ,1nm 2!'.
To San Frnnclsco, por Persia, July
Hllo for Sallna
"Thousands of dollars worth of opium thousand tons of coal wero put in lief
nuitPil hunkers and a few passongers wero
B ? iiu y j u- j ti iuuftfivu ..-
It States through San Francisco by the booked' lor Yokohama and Hongkoug,
Btoamers Mongolia ami Siberia during among tnein mciuueu mo iokoikum.i
n.u ftnot ., vmrc ntui nithnnifti mmiv trntmo of acrobats who have boon
fines have been imposed upon their showing at the local moving picture
masters, the result bus been negligible
owing to the fact that upon applica
tion these fines have been rea'ueed to
ridiculously small amounts.
These facts have been brought to
light as the result of an investigation
houses for the past month
MAUNA KEA'S ARRIVAL.
The Mnuna Kea arrived from Hllo
this morning with nr. cabin passen
gers and 3C deck. Her purser report
ed a smooth sea with light trade
Jibuti HO IJIU 1 V 13 14 L, Ul unu'ci l QIUUUMi J --C7 - "
begun last week by Collector Stratton. winds on both the outward and inward
Tenyo Marti from Honolulu at Yo-t
kolmma, Mny 10. , '
Ventura, from S. F. for Hon., Juno
22. 1 p.m.
rrur., June 13.
Wllhelmlna, ar. S. F. from Hon.,
W. F. Horrln from Kaanapall at
S. F., May 20.
Zoalandln, ar. Victoria from Hon.,
Alert, schr from Hen. at Grays
Harbor, June 11.
A. B. Johnson, from Hon. at Qrnys
Harbor, May G.
A. F. Coates, schr., ar. Kahuul from
Abert, bk., ar. Grays Harbor, June
Alton rnnto. nt. Hon. from Port
StMinlni AuMit. Lemuel W. Bean and
j Customs Agent John W. Smith of San
Francisco, who have already brought
' charges against three customs officers
accused of smuggling the contraband
oft Pacific Mail liners.
Under the Impression that night
watchmen of the customs wero engag
ed in this traffic, the two treasury
agents concealed themselves on the
Mongolia's dock early on the evening
nf Tunsdnv. Juno 18.
For several hours they watched and!
voyages. Her cargo consisted ot n
M. T. beer kegs, 10 barrels or old
sacks," 2G packages of tank material,
ten cords of wood, 2 barrels of wine,
10 tubs of soy, 1 1 sacks awa, 40 sacks
carrots, 10 sacks barley, " sacks kero
sene oil, 00 bundles ohia flooring, G
crates chickens, 1 crate turkeys, 250
head sheep, 4! packages of sundries
and 1 crate ducks.
The following sugar is reported as
awaiting shipment: Olaa Go00, Wala-
To Australia, per Sonoma, July 8.
To Vancouver, per Mnrama, July
For Hawaii Ports via Mam.
Mauna Kea, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Wednesday and Saturday.
Claudlne, Inter-Island S. N. Co.
For Maul, via Molokal.
MIkahala, every Tuesday.
For Kauai Ports.
W. Q. Hall, I.-r. S. N. Co., every
Klnau, I.-I. S. N. Co., every Tuesday
For Kona and Kau Ports.
Ktlauea. I.-I. S. N. Co.. alternate Gamble. Juno 13.
Tuesday and Fridays. Andrew Welch, bk., at S. F., from
Dpn.iPr.TPn arrivals. I Hon.. June 14.
' . 1 Annlo .Tnhnson. bk.. from S. F. at
Ventura, from San Francisco, June -
n m I iuttuunwiti.) ' "
00 Arago, bktn., from Hon. for Aber
Nile, from San Francisco, June 28J
ir. frmii Hun T.VnliplKr.n. Juno . utl-u J""1- lu
waited until 11:30 when they saw
Night Guard A. K. Hcilman desceno
the gangplank of the Pacific Mailer.
Two 'offlclals followed Hel'.man away
down the dock to a spot where they
stopped and .searched him. All his
pockets aud a hand-satchel which he
carried were crammed with the drug
the total amounting to fifty tins val
ued at $2000.
When questioned llellman declared
that ho had seized the contraand off
the steamer in his capacity as custom.s
official and when seized was on his
way to turn the drug over to the in
spector on watch.
Hel'man was stationed on a barge
lying alongside the steamsuip for the
purpose of preventing any opium be
ing transferred from the steamer to
the barge. Being taken suddenly in,
he said, he went on board the Mongolia
nmi was ou his way to the lavatory
when he stumbled over the fifty tinsl
which wore on deck covered wim a
piece of canvas. When asked by Agent
Bean why he haa' 'not reported his
seizure to Lieutenant Rush of the cus
toms Inspectors, he could not give any
reason for this breach of the regula
tions, but said that he had reported
the matter to U. It. Harris, a guarding
inspector on board the steamer.
May Dismiss Watchmen
kea 3000, Hawaii Mill 5700, Hilo Sugar
11,500, Onomea 13,952. Honuapo 7S00,
Hakalau 15,250, Laupahoohoe 21,800,
Kauwikl G145, Kukaiau GOO, Hamakun
Mill 20,200. Paauha-i 0000. Houokaa
8200, Kukuihaelo 10,200, Punaluu 9335.
The Enterprise is reported as load
ing at Hllo, tho schooner S. T. Alex
ander arrived Wednesday and is at
the Railroad wharf discharging lum
ber. The schooner 'Annie Johnson
sails from Mahukona today with sugar
for San Francisco.
The following passengers arrived vn
the Mauna Kea this morning:
From Hilo and way ports per S. S.
Mauna Kea, June 20 Hilo to Hono
lulu: N. Schultz and wife, Mrs. Rourke,
Mrs. J. J. Monell, J. N. Mills and wife
J. French and wife, R. W. Fuller, J.
Wornser, U. F. Heastard, .1. I. Morris,
G. W. Weighty Mrs. V. Weight, J.
Shaeuwalri, Mrs. L. Heidclbergcr, Mifis
F, Mo'ir, W. L. Stanley, R. Ivors, Miss
Sotnerfleld, Miss M. S. Lawrence, T.
Sasaki, Sasaki, M. Greenbaugh and
wire. A. J. Balfing, 13. H. Moses
and wife, Miss H. Hitchcock,
G. H. Force, II. G. Junkin, A. L. Rud
dle, A. U. Gurrey, .1. Breantt, l. .).
Hard, M. K. Saito Miss Toor, Mohu
kona to Honolulu J. S. Hargie, A. A.
Wilder, J. F. AVoods, Mrs. Low.. Miss
M. Dunn, Mr.i. L. Bal, J. Lightfoot,
Mrs. .1. R. Pierce, Miss Pierce,
Persia, for San Francisco, July
Nile, for Yokohama, June 28.
Tho Buford Is in San Francisco.
The Warren is on duty in tho Phi
Tho Crook Is in San Francisco.
The DJx Is on Pupet Sound.
Tho Thomas from Honolulu for Ma
nila, June 14.
The Sheridan Is in San Francisco
Tho Logan, from Honolulu at San
Francisco, June 9.
The Sherman from Nagasaki for
Hon., June 20.
The Buffalo from Hon., at S. F. May
Where Vessels Are
Alaskan, from Hilo at Sallna Cruz
Arizouan, from Island ports for
Buvo Maru. from Hon. for Yoko
hama, Feb. 20.
China, trom Hon., at Yokohama,
Chiyo Maru, from S. F. for Hon.
Columbian, from Hilo at Sallna
Cruz, May 24.
Crown of Arragon, irom San Pedro
Ariel, scb., for Hon., from Everett,
Ilakeey, schr., ar. Port Townsond
from Hon., June-'23.
Camano, schr. at Port Ludlow, frotr
Carrier Dove, schr., from Muklltco,
at Knhului, June 15.
Cecellla Sudden, schr., at Grays
Harbor, from Kahulul, Juno 10.
Cumberland from Hon. at Newcas
tle, Aus., May 22.
Defender, schr., at S. JT., from Ha
na, March 30.
Edward Sewall, ship, from Kahulul
for Delaware Breakwater, May 18.
Eldorado, schr., from Hon. at Port
Townsend, May 22.
Eric, scb., from Tocopilia for Hon.,
Erskine M. Phelps, ship, from Hon
for Philadelphia, Feb. IB.
Elfreldo, ship, at Newcastle, fron.
Hon., April 14.
E. M. Phelps, ship, at Delaware
Breakwater 'rom Hon., June 5.
E. K. Wood, schr., from Grays Har
bor at Hon., May 25.
Falls of Clyde, ship, from Gavlota
for Hon., June 5.
'Flaurenco Wnrd, schr., at Hon. tron.
Midway, Jan. 15.
F. M. Slade, schr., at Grays Har
bor, from Hon., Jan. 6.
Foohng Suey, bk., from Mahukona.
'for Delaware Breakwater, May 15.
H. Hackfeld, ship, from Hamburg
for Hon.. March 24.
Hawaii, bktne, from Mahukona at
Kohah MldKet. June y: -With
President Arthur Mason in the chair,!
pud Hecretary O'llrlen nt tlie Irttjo,
half a i core of gentlomon answered
to their names nt the roll-call of The
Kohala Civic League, at hair-past two
o'clock, or maybe three, or possibly
half-past three anyway it wasn't quite
four on Wednesday afternoon, June
The special object of the meeting
was to take action on the Invitation
from the Hllo Bonrd or Trade to take
part In a gathering at Hi'o, In Septem
ber, to which the Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce, The Honolulu Merchants'
Atsociatlon, The' Maui Chamber of
Commerce, nnd The Kona Improve
ment Society were also Invited.
The object of this gathering is to bo
a drawing together of all tho elements
so represented, and the discussion of
forming a permanent conference, to
rotate around the Islands. Tho League
was asked to exprcsvj Itself as to the
nrnnrietv of such a movement, the
number of delegates each body should
have and the powers that should bo
The Invitation, was accepted and
Messrs. Mason, Watt and Tulloch ap
pointed to represent tho League, with"
power to act In regr.ru' to the three
propositions just stated.
A resolution wns unanimously car
ried to the effect that the Leaguo ap
proves of the re-appolntment of Judge
Atkias as district magistrate, his term
expiring soon. The Judge has served
the district faithfully for over twenty
years, and there is no other aspirant
for the position.
A motion was made by Mr. Tulloch
and seconded by Mr. McDougall, that
the Board of SupervVsors be asked to
state if the bridge at Puwaiole Gulch
was to be buiit by contracj; or day la
bor, the Board being "respectfully re
quested" to communicate with the
League before definitely committing it
self to the latter.
The occasion of this rcso".utlon
which was carried, was a statement by
P. P. Woods that the lowest bid on
this bridge, that of Arlole Bros., was
$300,0, and this wtii considered too
high and so the proposition-wns made
by a member of the Board to o'o it by
lavs' works. More about the po
siblo animus in this, later. The Ko
hala Civic League doesn't want an
other bungle of that kind in the (lis
trlct. There is one bridge that cost
over $1 (.000 by days' labor, and it drag
ged ou, and on, world without end but
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Entered nt tho Postolllco at Honolulu ns second-class mall matt.r.
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Dally, nnywhero In tho iBlands. per month
Dally, nnywhero in tho Islands, three months
Dally, anywhero In tho Islands, six months
Dally, nnywhero in the Islands, one year
Dally, to foreign countries, one year
Semi-Weekly, nnywhero'ln the Islands, one year
Semi-Weeldy to foreign countries, one year
Advertising ratoa supplied upon request.
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L. D. TIMMONS.
Business Office Telephone 2305; Pastofflco Box, 366.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
SIERRA, SONOMA, VENTURA.
SONOMA LEAVE HON.... JUNE 12SONOMA ARRIVE S. F. . .JTJNB 18
VENTURA LEAVE HON.... JULY 3 VENTURA ARRIVE S. P. ..JULY I
Rates from Honolulu to San Francisco: First-class, J65; Round trl.
$110. Cabin with bath, J50.00 extra.
Reservations will not be hold later than Forty-Eight noun prioi f
tho advertised sailing tlmo unless tickets are paid for In full.
FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
T" " a 7 ' GENERAL AGENT.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Co,
Steamers running m connection tne u. f. it., netween vancouyer ano
Sydney, and calling at Victoria, Honolulu and Auckland.
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA FOR VANCOUVER
8. S. ZEALANDIA JULY 17 S. S. MARAMA JULY 16
S. S. MARAMA AUGUST 14 S. S. MAKURA AUGUST 13
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGE.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., GEN'L AGENTS
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
aummara ot tka aboTo company frill call at Honolulu aat Inn ttli
n r ftDout ina aaies monuona a eeiow:
For th Orient:
S. S. MONGOLIA JTJL-Y 4
S. S. KOREA AUG. 1
S. S. SIBERIA AUG. 16
will itll at Manila.
For San Franclaaa.
8. S. KOREA JUL I
8. S. SIBERIA vXUliY 10
S. 8. CHINA -...JULY 10
S. S. MANCHURIA. ... t..iDQ, 7
When Hnrr'fi was questioned about MolaIe wlfe and ellia. Mrs. H. P.
th nffalr by the special agent he com- , M(,fil.e0..s to Honolulu: A. I.
Guernsoy from Newcastle,
11a, for Hon, June 8.
Harpalion, from Hon. at Newcastle,
Aus., May 16.
. ... .,,.1(,iQ f "tnrn.' ( HonoluIan. from Hon. - for S. F
routed ne ueiecuve iimn"""- . Suva, E. R. .Murray, iurs. annul, .miss
. .. ., .,.,,1 "tromhllnE . , , i Julie Ju.
::s vtji :T;M,r.rd H.ive.Mrr- ir r; .an mio & R. 3am
iikk :i icui.
tnr a V Atirll 17.
Enterprlse, at Hilo from S. F., June b June 1&-
Herzegln Ceciie, snip at Newcastle,
from Hon., Feb. 27.
Heleno, schr., from Tacoma for Hon.,
Honolpu, schr., at S. F. from Hana,
Irmgard; bktne., from Mahukona, at
S. F., May 15.
Inca, schr , from Mahukona for
from Hon. tor Manila
t.-.i c.nirwthinir about a seiz
jinui uuu omm u
ure to him. but he had only a hazy
iaea of what it was.
Special Agent Uean and Collector
Stratton agreed there was not suffi
cient evidence to warrant the arrest of
either of the men, but that there wc
.......t, tr. n-nrrant their dismissal
I Mrs. W. A. Conway, K. Ytwhikawa and
wife. Miss C. scnoiuo. -miss A, uuu. M from Hon. for Yo.
Mrs. Hei., MlM Lyons. Lahaina to
Honolulu: Willie Sam, N. Mahuka,' ...,' ... .
R. P. Quar'.es, T. M. Harrison, E.
Jllor, J. I). McVeigh, S. Weiuzhelmer,
t i.- k rr nmiiKi 1
... f. bouza. m. jucuiw, . r,c Mmch r
S. Tobriner, A. C. Tin Sing. H. Kaeha
nmi wif AUiKter Kaehu. ir.'J K. Wil-
Hyades, from Seattle for Hon., Juno
Klyo Maru, from Hon. for S. Ame-
Ipn. Mnrrh 19r-
Indlan Monarch from Mojl for Hon,
from the service. The report of the in- M(8a y chol Mrs A K noaillii, '
. -. ...... . in th. Secre- . i.i jvuic.
vMtiiralloii will be sent to the Secre
tary of the Treasury, with the recom
mendations of the agent and the Col
lector that they be dlsm'.ssed for vio
lating the regulations.
Misses HoaiilU, (2).. ninety-six cabin
Inward, 113 u'eck.
BOUND FOR HILO.
Several well-known Honolulans are
Korea, from Honolulu at Yokoha
Hon., May 26.
Robert. Lowers schr. from
Townsend at Hon., May 22.
Robert Searles, schr., from Hilo, lor
ting the reCTlBtlonB. men booked for niln Port Townsend, May 11
Heilman and Hairis mh t..,Ti,, , fl.,Qhm u-liini, ma. May 27.
the service about two ea s an gan LuU at
celvlug waBcB o $.0 th' al 4 o.c,0cU. xho followlllK ,ms. Hon., June 5.
fcoen cut from $00 sa era mont b g R Hon June
Williams is a ne ai poln te Mr8. Jelo Crane. Miss Cowles. Ad.' Makurn. for Hon, from Vancouver
watchman end recohr. G0 , June .
.ot" nu bS. cllla Canarlo. Mrs. S. P. Jacobson. oV"-
SI the dock with twenty tins K,0,.once Tonrr Mj . O. "oJJn.
. . ir l.ta clothing. R nhart. John Louis. M. P.. Ollval,
of opium stuneu " - May 23,
t, L Peter Grlfall, quartermaster of Mrs. Harrison. Mrs. Mary Hitchcock. '
he steamship Mongolia. As there was MIgB Kviyn Schoen. Miss Hitchcock
- na tn his gUllt, ue wan - unci imuu, nr. .un .iciiumn, rj. uui-
nu ,,,,iit ., ...
Mexican, at Hon.,, June 21.
Mexican, from Tacoma for Hon.,
no Qouut as iu -- . . Juno 1&
"'stedby Unlteu- States Marshal Kinou den, Virginia caires. Miss May uaris
on a complaint charging him with tlan, Mrs. Jno. Marcallino, Miss Laura
smuggling. United States Commission- Anderson. Mrs. F. F. Lewis, Mrs. J.
er Franc'.s Krull fixed his ond at $1000. P Lewis, If. E. Decker, W. Prestidge,
Neither Wi'llams, Harris nor Hell- Hannah A. Leleo. Hattie Sllva, Mr. and
man has been suspended from duty jir8. jt. H. Sheard and daughter, Mr.
pending the result of the invcstlga- allrt Mrs ,T, Mitchell. Miss V. San
tion tos, Miss It. Azevedo, C. H. Helntze,
About a year ago a night Inspector w. H. Meinecke. K. F. Lee, Miss M.
named Gibbons was d'mlssed from Stacker. R. G. Hattie, Mrs. C. O. Hat
the service under similar conditions, tie, Mrs. Onderdonl: MUs Stokes,
n 1.0,1 cnrorni tinE r mihini niidi-r his .ludcn and Mrs. W. L. Whitnov. C.
coat after he left his watch on one of Kennedy, H. S. Canarlo; Miss H. Ka- March 29
the steamer.s, ano' was Intercepted by Ina, W. K. Akana, John Detor, Mas. Santa Rita, from Honolulu at Ga-
a custonib inspector as he was on a Giles. Mrs. Jno. M. Giles, Brothers vlota, May 13.
street cr.r on his way uptown. He told Frank, George Albert, .Matthias and Shlnyo Maru, from Hon. at Yoko-
the inspector that he ivas going to the Raymond. S. T. Hoyt, Chlng Pong, haraa, June 3.
wolzure room to report his find. Ho had Mr.and Mrs. O. M. Hudson, W. J. Shiatsu Maru trom Euraka for Mel-
failed to notify the lieutenant of the Beyer, Robert, Thomas, Florence and bourne, May 11.
...1. .....I tl,la r.ill,.A Iw. aa ,11a. f ) 1 1 r lin 1 ,v.n..n r.11 . . . - .,
"""" w,iiiiir,D. i niut'iiu, air. vokoiiama, rrom nun.,
THE MAILS. Juno 11.
IN, I Siberia, from Honolulu, for Yokoha-
From San Francisco, ier Lurllne, ma, June 11
MIssourlan, from Hon. for Island
Ports, June 17.
Mongolia, from Hon. at S, F., June
Nile, for Hon. from S. F., June 23.
Nippon Maru, from Honolulu at Yo
kohama, May 4.
Persia, for Hon. from Yokohama,
Prometheus, from Makateo at Hon.
Santa Maria, at Gavlota from Hon.
Astoria, June 15.
John Ena, ship from Hllo, for Dele
ware Breakwater, May 19.
Jane L Stanford, bktne., at (a
Harbor, from Hon., March 24.
James Johnson, bk., at Hon., from
port Townsend, May 6.
Kllkitat, bktne. from Port GamDlp
at Hllo. May 9.
M. Turner, schr., at Grays Harbor
from Hon., April 11.
Marion Chilcott, ship, for Hon., from
Gavlota, May 13.
Mary E. Foster, schr., from Port
Ludlow at Honolulu, June 13.
Mary Wlnkleman, bktne., from Eu
reka, at Hllo, June 13.
Melrose, schr., at Port Townseno
from Mahukona, April 22.
Minnie A. Calne, schr., from Port
Allen at Puget Sound, Juno 21.
Muriel, schr., from Honolpu at San-
Francisco, June 14.
Nuuanu, bk., In dlstresa at Kalklann
Islands, Nov. 18.
Prosper, schr., from Hilo at Colum
bia ,RIVer, June 11.
Repeat, schr., from Tacoma, at Hon..
R. P. Rithet. bk from S. F. tor
S. C. Allen, bktne., for Honoullu
from Fort Gragg, May 7.
S. N. Castle, bktne, from Hon, at
S. F., June 13.
S. T. Alexander, schr., from Eureka
for Hllo, June 0.
Spokane, schr., from Hllo. nt Port
from Hon., April 19.
Transit, schr., at Redonrto, trom HI
Gamble, May 15.
T. P. Emlgh, bktne., at Port Town
sen, from Hllo, May 2.
PRINCE OF WALES
LONDON, June 19 Will the Prince
of Wales be legally ot age on June
2P,d. when he is 18, or not? The news
nanors are making a feature of this
niiestion, but with contrary views. It
is customary for heirs to the throne
to be reckoned of age when they nre
18, and many newspapers on this as
sumption are listing various privi
leges which will automatically accrue
to the Prince on June 23d and othev?
in 1013. The society journal, Truth
dubs these ignorant, absurd inven
tions, saying no subject attains his
majority at 18, and that the Prince
will bo legally an infant until 1915
Whether he is legally of age ot
not, now responsibilities will fall on
the Prince on Sunday. He will re
n'aco the Queen as potential regent
of the realm and will come Into the
vast estates of the Duchy of Corn
wall, the Income from which in 1911
was $770,000, of which only $125,000
went to the state. lie will also be
entitled to represent the King at state
functions and attend levees and roynl
courts, which never hitherto has been
done, and accompany the King on
tho opening of Parliament, occupying
a place on his majesty's right side
His social status becomes vastly
different. He will be able to enter
tain his own friends nnd accept In
vitations to social and other func
tions. The Princo will also get a
shower of foreign decorations, it Is
expected he will begin his university
career at Oxford In the winter
for senaral information appljt t
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. - - - Agents
Matson Navigation Cos Schedule, 1912
Arrlva from San Franclaco. &all for San Franclaco.
S. S. LURLINE JULY 3 S. S. LURLINB JULY 9
S. S. WILHELMINA . , JULY 9 .8. S. WILHELMINA....JULT 17
S. S. HONOLITLAN JULY 17 S. S. HONOLULAN JULY 31
S. S. LURLINE JULY 31 S. S. LURLINE AUG. 6
S. S. Hllonian sails from Seattle o r Honolulu direct on or about July 31,
CAATLC A COOKE. LT D GENERAL AQENT8.
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
. L J 1.1
r n w m nun i wnn i w ivtiviaw i.w via a guuouiicovi m f a4 aA tai ft
rroleat racalred at all tlmai at tha Company'a Wharf, 41st BtraaL laata
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT!
S S. ALASKAN TO SAIL ABOUT JULY 8TH
S S. AHI550NAN TO SAIL ABOUT JULY 19TH
S S. VIRGINIAN '. TO SAIL ABOUT JULY 30TH
Tot further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.. Acenta. Honolulu
i. P MORSE, General Freight Agent
Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
maimer of the .bore Company will call at and laara Buaolm . m
.aaut tka tfatea mentioned balow:
FOR THE ORIENT: FOR AN FRAlMCtaCO-
3. 8. NIPPON MARU.... ..JULY 12 S. S. SHLNYO MARU IULY 16
8. S. TENYO MARU JULY 18 S. S. CHIYO MARU AUG. 13
S H SlIIMvn Al A T? IT AnfiTTST H 3 R Vlimnv ItilH! QCn'H 1
... .j. ......... .......vv..i .u. ..... w J U L . , o
S. S. CHIYO MARU AUGUST fi S. S. TENYO MARU SEPT. 10
uaija ai manna ouiiiuue vbii i ouniijjutu,
Oastle &, Cooke5 Ltd., Agents
watch, and for this failure he was dls
jnlised from the service.
THE NILE'S DEPARTURE.
The Pacific Mall steamer Nile pull.
Ac.d away from Alakea wharf for tho
JlPrlent at 10 o'clock this morning after
a- twonty-hour stay In port. Seven 1C.
July 3. I St, Kllda, from Honolulu, at Kuraka
From Australia, per Marama, July Sonoma, at S. F., from Hon., Juno
Horo Is a remedy that will euro
your cold. Why waste time and mon
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a preparation that has won a world
wldo reputation by its cures of this
dlsenso nnd can always be depended
upon? It Is known everywhere as
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and Is
a medicine of real merit. For salo by
nil dealers, Bonson, Smith & Co.,
agents for Hawaii.
VOLCANO RISING FAST.
Rising seventy-five feet in four days
the volcano Is once more keeping the
scientists ou the jump.
Pop Simpson of tho Crater House
was In town yesterday and he says
that there Is every indication that the
lava will continue to rise for some
A big crowd will be over on tho
Mauna Kea on Sunday morning nnd
If Madame Pelo continues behavini
herself they should go back bigger
boosters than uver. I In wall Herald.
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FIRE WOOD, COAL, ROCK AND SAND?
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ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
In the roof garden, Odd Fellows
building, Fort street, Sunday, 8 p. m.,
Wilson Frltch will lecture on The
Blue Bird; Us Philosophy In relation
to Orthodoxy. Liberalism, Agnostl
clsni, Christian Science, Theosophy,
the Now Religion, etc. A delightful
hour In a cool placo. All wolcome.
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