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BVENINO nULLBTtN, HONOLULU, ,TH SATUnRAT. jqMO.ip,,, 19,0p
r " fta.M:
Pacific Tlilnl D'nrec'
Honolulu Cominandery lleil
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings or locaVlodges
KAHMUNY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mw every Monday evening at
1130 in I U O F Hall, Fort Street.
K It. HENDRY, Secretary.
V D WICKU. N. a.
All visiting brothers' very cordially
0A1IU LODGE, No. 1, K. of. P.
Meets every first aad third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of I. Hall,
cornar fort and llaretanla. VUltlac
Druthers cordially Invited to uttenit.
'. n. NtlfiUNT, 0. C.
It. (JOSLINQ. K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. C1C, It. 1'. O.
Kill, meets in llio'.r hall, on King
Street, near Fort, ovcry Friday even
Inn. Visiting Brothers nru cordially
invited to intend.
h. a. noirniiTT, i:. n.
II. C. 13ASTON, Sicy.
m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots every Suit and 4 Hi Saturday
reultig nt 7;30 o'clock In K. of t1.
Uall, cor. Fort nni' IJeretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
F. M. McGlinW, C. 0.
n. A. JACOiiSEN, K. Tl. S
HONOLULU AEP.IE 140, F. 0. E.
Afc-cta on the 2nd and Ith WKD
NKSUAY evenings of each month ai
3:30 o'clock In K. ot I'. HaII, corner
Boretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting F.aglei are Invited to at
lud. V. Sf. McCOY. W., Trest.
II. T. MOOl'.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TK1BE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and time Thurs
day" of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
ai:0. SANOHIISON, Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of n.
Can Ic made to last
longer nnd keep more
correct timo if prop
erly attended to nt
rctjular intervals by n
man who thoroughly
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watcbdcalen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Sts.. Honoluln.
5 - C E II T 0 J.G A B
M, A.'Gimst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
"'WALL. NICIIOLf COMPANY. LTD.,
xrort nnti Meicnant sis,
cT Q YEE HOP &, CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
2J?rr- DULLETIN ADS PAY -fj
Wc are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
' Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for trib kind you
LclinharcU'j Candles always
Kinjr nnd Fort Sts.
Miss Kate Woodard
11-11 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken t'or all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387. ,
The latest styles in BARRETTES
Mid C0MB3 just arrived.
Fort and Berctania Sts.
The smallest, most powerful Fire
Extinguisher on the market. Just
the thing for automobiles. C. W.
Macfarlanc, Agt., Masonic Bldf.
The ideal non-grease, non
Makes copies ns clear as
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young BIdg.
Will do it
New SUMMER OUTING HAT at
BOSTON BUILDING. FORT STREET.
Rules, transparent squares
and protractors and other
mateiials used by architects
Sec our stock.
Oat & iiiossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLOHIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
HO FOR THE
FIREWORKS ard FLAGS at
A. B. ARLEICH & CO., LTD.
TAPVS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fori '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of boo1
paptr for twenty-five cents at .the
Ten good nuto-hacks. Phonn 6.
The Royal Annex is the place to
get the best meal in town.
Take your L-iirrluKe or automobile
tc Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fot
Intor-lsland and O. II. & U shipping
Looks for sale at the Uullotln
omeo, CU each.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office.
People going lo tin) mainland Tor
their vacation should tnko Hawaiian
preserves to -their friends. Seo Mm.
Kcnrtis about It.
l.ukn Nuuhlwa, co-defendant with
Supervisor Charles Kiihoo, of Kauai,
pleaded not guilty In tho Federal
Court on tho charges ngaliiHt her. She
was Indlctod together with Ktiheo !iv
the Federal Oraml Jury for violations
of tin- nimtinds Act.
Four gamblers were up before Juilgo
Umg this morning on a charge of play
ing "7-11". One, u Chinese', wan dis
charged, and tho rest of the bunch
wcro Unci in amounts that ranged
from five to six dollarM. "
Jack Pnvln got Ills somewhere on
Saturday night, and hud n hold over
Jag on thli morning. a Jack had to dig
up Uirc-u do'lars tills noon at the Po
Kulk, u damsel who halls fioni the
(lllbcrl lidaudii, was loaded for fall
last night, mill was gathered In by the
cops. Sho present eil u woe-begone tip
penrance (and aim throe bucks) in
the upkoeii of the county this luornlu:;
at the solicitation ot Judge l.ons
William Sunders, a booze lighter
from nvvuy bnck, must hnu been out of
form on Saturday, as ho collapsed and
got tho hook from trie police. HIM
was hit for the price ot thirty beers
nnd allowed to depart.
Kathleen Kanahoa was committed
to tho Insane Asylum this morning b
Annie Mncajo, about whoso sanity
I hero appears to bo some doubt, Is be
ing held for Investigation nt tho Po
The team of baseball players fiom
the St. Louis are going to play u
game with tho- Sialics on Wednesday
next mid a great match Is expected,
Thero will be a meeting of tho
Kallhl Athletic Club this evening at
7:30, and some. Important business
will -.)inu up fur consideration.
Two games of ball wpro played nt
tho league grounds yesterday, and lu
the first tho Chinese beat tho Ashls
10 to 3. The second gamu was be
tween tho Jupunesu and the Murine.
i teams, and ended lu favor of the for
mer by u score of 8 to C.
tlovurnor Frear received n wlrclcas
from l.loyd Coukllng this morning,
haying ho would bu homo on the M na
na Loa tomorrow. In resisinsu to Iho
message sent by tho (lovernor In ic
gard to Mr. Cnnkllng's now npixilnt
meiit ns Treasurer.
THE MR ABOVE
Rare Hawaiian Sea Fowl
Are Being Offered
Tho Japanese flbhermen of tho Ha
waiian Fisheries Company arc- doing n
lushing business In Hawaiian wnters.
Not only Is this true of tho flsbea
which they are catching, out (hey aro
also catching the fowls of the air.
They catch thoso birds and sell them
nt the flshmarket and ccitalu portirna
of tin) market, It la said, tun' ho 10
serVed for tho snla of sca-blids.
When tho JnpaneSQ fishermen re
turned fiom their fislilng excursion
this morning they brought uloug u
number of Hawaiian Boa birds for tn!e.
Thero were about two dozen -of unit
end pupu, and 0iesdpzcn of ltula. Theiu
nru good eating, and lu no time tl.ty
worn sold by tho agents of tho Ha
wallitn Fisheries Ltd,
Tho fact that Iho Japanese fii.hcr
ment evidently Intend to make a bus
iness of catcMng these raro Hawaiian
sen birds in worrying the kmuaaliias
of the land, aa It Is feared that the
fishermen Will In a' short while lei initi
ate tho existence of these fine and
Captain C. I. Itces, commandaio of
tho Naval Station, may bo Qbkul to
mnko an Investigation and asceitnlu
If tho protection of thoso birds dr.es
I not. coiuo wltliiu his jurisdiction. s
We cater to the men who' want'
good clothes well made and with
W. W. Ahana & Co.
G2 S. King St. No Branches.
II A nil ,
H IB H ' IS l B
IT, AND DO IT RIGHT,' PHONE YOUR BAGGAGE AND FURNITURE
MOVING ORDERS TO US.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. U. LOVE. v i S PHONE 152.
O'BRIEN COMING BOM
TOKIO, June 27 - Alnbassudor O'ilrleu has nailed for Ameilcn on
the Mongolia it has been nnuouiicd that his trip Is for yarallon piii
WASHINGTON, Juno 2(1. Ambassador Tulialilrn lias been recalled
to Tnklo to illtcuss with his government mullein lu (onueetinu with -a
ivaIsIoii of the tieaty between-Japan' and America in those sectlunH
dealing with commerce nnd navigation. lie will leave Washington ns
toon ns Congress ndjourns and will Bill from Seattle.
The fact that the Ambassador will null fium u poit which will ennblo
lilm to reach Japan without touching al Honolulu Is rather significant.
He evidences a disposition to keep away from Hawaii so long ns there
exists any (banco of bis being npprotebed lu the Hawaii labor iiueitlon.
m i m
' HOT WAVE'S SCORE OF DEATH.
I'lllLADKI.l'lllA, June 27 Might deathn from ln-at pioatrallon
occurred here today.
DHATIIS MANY IN I10STON.
1I03T0N, Juno 27. During Iho past wcii!', ns a lesnlt of tho heat
wave, thirteen deaths and ono hundred and HouMily-lle cases of piim
t ration have been reported.
NKW YOIIK. Juno 20. TliJ. ibi ath list, as a lesult or the present
heat wave, for the past live days, lias been one hundred. The hot
weather piavalls unbioken. Today there were many prostrations, and
even horses diopped overcome In th o street.
PITTSBURG CARS TIED UP.
I'lTTBIIl'lin. Juui- 2fi. Three thmuuind employes of the hlreet ear
company went out on strike tonight. All the street ear lines lu the
city are tied up. '
I'lTTSUUim, Juno 27. Onu or, carrying the malls, was moved
over tho Btreet ear linen of the tled-up system today. The strikers did
not clash with the lompany men.
STOCKHOLM, Juno 2C Dining the festivities In connection with
the arrival hero today of the Czar and Czaiina of Russia, (ieueial lleek
nian, Chief of the Swedish Coast Artillery, was assassinated. ' Tim as
sassin committed suicide lo avoid falling lulu the bands of Hie authori
ties. The Incident marred the celuliratlon.
CAPTURING BAD MOROS.
MANILA, Juno 27.--Thlrty-ono Morn bandlls bnvo been killed or
captured by the American Mildlery during the past month. Tho Cav
alry on chore lias been co-operated with by Iho mospultci licet, guanl
ln Iho water approaches to the vnrlius tmallci- Inlands.
Ionian's linen d It play fnday
Ileinllfiil lino of gold and silver (111
lette razors Just received at llolllsters.
(let ready for the big lace salu nt
Sachs' next Thursday. Marvelous bar i
Jordan lias u money-saving sale of
ladlus' wnlstH going on this week. I.alo
styles and low prices.
On account of good scrvlco tho City
Transfer Co, (Jns. II. Uivo) Is doing
tho bulk of Iho baggage and uxprctu
Put your packages and letters In tho
hands of tho Territorial Messenger
Seivlce, phono 3G1, If you want prompt
Tho Schumuii Carrlugo Co., Ltd., car
ry a largo stuck of harness ami harness
findings, Seo Ilium befoiu purchasing
a new harness.
W..W. Ahnua & Co. ipcelved by tho
Liu lino a now lot of light weight wool
en suitings lu very attractive patterns
entirely new to Honolulu,
West ICnd needle cases nt Jordan's.
There Is no objection from tho liquor
commission to selling Consolidated
Soda Water any day In tho week. It
Is pure and Invigorating. Order a case
by telephone 71.
Thero will bo n clearance snlo of
towels of all descriptions nt Illom'n
this week, Corsets will bo Included
lu tlm snle and housewives havo a
fine opportunity to secure wonderful
bargains In thoso lines.
Tho butler received from tho Crystul
i Springs creamery by tho .Metropolitan
fMarket, Is said to bo better than any
made by the mauufneturcjrs for u long
time. This grndo la In demand by con
noisseurs. Order on telephone IS.
Jordan's Is bhnwlng for tho first
time toifaja largo Invoice of house-
'lloUl ,11,1'i'nf specially Imported.
Amongst other Hues nro high grade
ua-nasK cioins lor rounu inuien vviiii
napkins lu match at $21, 430 and $3'
Mr? HarrlKian says ho Is a new man.
Hut on may safely bet your bottom
dollar that ho Is still up to his old
: ' !
Till': MAUNA KKA, the llagshlp of
the Inter island licet, will leave for
Hllo via Maul pints tomorrow noon.
She will t'lke a large number of pas-i-engers
for Hllo. In the afternoon,
the Kliiau. going to Kuunl, ami tho ill-l.-ihala
to Molokal Mill mil, wllPIOavo
at A o'clock.
TUG MAUNA LOA. relurnlng from
the Knu Kflira urn, will nnlvo toiiinr-
iiow morning "Willi her usual caigo of
general Island piodiicls fiom Koha. D.
L. Crinkling, chief clerk of the Secre
tmy'n ollleo, will be apiong the ui rivals
TIIK MIKAIIALA 'Oluriied fio;n
Mi'iil-Moloknl run yeslerday Willi 1S0U
Irig of sugar froni Olowalii, Till head
of cattle ironi Molokal, 12 hngi, III!
racks p-ilatoei!, and 12 erateh chick
TIIK IWAI.NI nirlved from Hawaii
yeslerday, biluglng GOOD lings of Ko
hala sugar. 20 head of eattlo ninl 30
calves The Iwalanl was delayed ul
Mahukoini by rain squalls.
Till: KlNAIJ arrived from Kaua
yeslerda) with her usual caigo of
sugar. She had passejigois and mall
for tills port.
GET TICKETS WEDNESDAY
FOIt VOLCANO EXCURSION.
Thcio Im.i I poii n very largo book
ing .nt the Inter Island Steamship
Co.'s ollleo for the big volcano excur
sion net Saturday. Tickets will bo
sold Wednesday morning and up to
Thursday evening, but not nfter
Thtusday. All thusu who have sig
nified their Intention of fnlvlug the
trli by booking ore notified that
they must procuie their tickets Wed
nesday, otherwise their accc,iniuoda--tlnns
will bo, sold nnd they will have
lo tnko their chances with the late
comurn. This Is necessary so tint t
thu company may know positively
who Is going and how many tu piu
paiu Tor. ,
The iiiiiiid tilp Ip tho volcano, In
cluding board and lodging ul the
Volcano House, Is tar,. The loiiud
tJ Ip to Hllo Is only SIC.
Bulletin Business Office Phons 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
IN FORCIQN POHT3
Monday. June ?fl.
OIv01l.MA Sailed June 28
s M 'iirolia for Honolulu
YOI50 IAMA Aulxeil June 27
I S S Siberia, lir-nco June lfl.
s?AN 1-llANCISCO Arrled June 27
, H 8 Ahla. from Yokohaniu. t K
SAN FKAN'CISCO Arrlod Juno 2S!
8 S Pliladis hence Juno 17.
Per Bllur. Maunn Kea, Ficenutn. for
Muni nnd Hllo. Juno 211, noon. Miss
Mknhl, Helen Kokl. Kdlili Kokl. Mnry
Kokl, J. M. Howsett nnd patty, Helen
Watson, (lliulyn Ilulnn. Miss M. Mulch.
Mis. C. It. Iliickland and 2 chlldien.
I.nura Anderson, Mb-n Hitchcock, Lil
lian Muiidon, Mm. N. Stewart. Mrs. L.
i:, Sturges, .Mrs. A. II. Foster, J. A.
Kennedy, Stanley Kennedy. Mrs. J. A.
Kennedy, Jessie Kennedy, Cnpl John
ston mid wife, ,1. 0. Smith mid son,
Carl Smith and wife, Mrs. Osner nnd
chlldien. Mrs. J. It. Wilton. Mis. 11
MeOlegor, Miss McConiber. Mil's LI
likuii, l.Mllh Hherrate. Loy Yrtu, Wing
Kill A. K. Nartoz, V. Hennlnssen, J
M. I.ldgale and wire. Mis. I'. W. Car
tor and J" rblblieii. .Toscph Atiiun. '
Msplndl, A. ltoberlsoui J .11. McKi-n-zle,
II. M. Avers, llerbeit Wllhera nn I
wife, J. A. Hleniul, I.oiiJh Waricil. II.
W. Lhleni and wife MsJes Carler (2).
C. S. llolloway ntnl wlfo, (leo. Itruwn,
I'Vanccn Ilrown, Hcihcrt I'ossendou
and wiTe, Mr. Duly mid wlie. Mm. A
F. Sldpmnn, Master J, K. Shtpnian
Mlcn J. .rililpmaii, It. F. (ininer. wlf.
and son, Holieit (Jiiluu. Mlrn (Julun.
John Illud nud wlte, Mhs Shlimiu,
.Mrs. "W. II. Shlpinan. C. Mundon. !'.
n. Snow. P. M, Cerrlng, Piof. It. A
Daly. Prof. T. A. .Inggar. II. I), ltond
11 V. l'atlcrn, .Misses Kauliii.iU-mle t2l.
.Miss Amy Awal, I'. Tallett. Mrs. Hon
doll. Mm. Leo. Miss A. J. Foster, Miss
Dora O'Connell. Mis-i linsliie, Miss
C. (I He Hllva. It. I. Lllll". Fu'd Harrl
roil, W. Noblett. Prof, llrighani. Mr.
Slohiie. Mlnses Won,; (2). Mlsa Mar)
Do KIImi, Mrs. J. I". Ciachlue. Miss M.
Jensen, Anna Mundon, Miss I). K. Aka
na, Jos Dc Helmut Maty Meilonberg,
Ah Ilia llordcu, i:ilz:ibeth Muok. Mrs.
(I. U ltonuile Miss .le-in llioadhurst,
J. J. Souza, wife and child. Mrs. It. A.
Only. MlBs Haskett. A. I'. .Maby, Clny
Per stiur. Klnau fliegory, for Kami.
June til, ft p m. Helen Scliuniielp'ari y
Mlts W. Meyler. Mm. A. S. Wllcoi.
Miss Wilco, Mrs. K. Cinhluglinm, Ml.o:
Ireiio Holt. Mlns A. (lert., Mrs. (lallor
Mlxs Hannah Alu M:n lleleiiv.nllei
Mies A. Kiuse It. hern. L. Mlrner,
Men.' Young, K. C. Alum i, Masltr Wil
cm A. S. Wile ox, Aunle I'liroil.ui
Miss Illyaiit. Mis. Topharu, W. C Ir
win. .Mis. It. W. S. Piirers nnd child
ren. Mrs. J. Schmidt. Mrs.-C. P. Do.lgo
Ml km McDonald. Mlssea Lindsay (2)'.
Per i.tmr. Mlkabalii Tullelt, for Mo
lokal, Juno 2'J, ft p. in. AV. Cutlieuil.
Allen McCornett, Maig.UPt Meyer
Kalni Luther, Daniel l.iilli-r. Willi."
Luther, Iwa Itiither. Hiiro lliilher. Mis.
Kairatll. Lrnest Meyer, Mabel Meyer.
Mrs. A. K. Ponha. Mrs. Kmlly Poalin
Miss KIIxt Luther. Itev. I. II. laea
Miss I. Diidoll. J! lei Lily Maknlnal.
Carilc Dunn. Mnv Dunn. Mrs. Mallua
Mrs. l'aikci, Mrs. Pamau.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Iho iiiestlou, mid Llghlfoot reo,ilel it
in niioiher form.
"I mean III.; I you would like In see
them conv.Ucil whelher or no; lliey
aro guilty l Iho acts cha'.'Md in' im
poverish thu plantations?"
",s'o, I VMiiild not." raid Mr. Iloil
field. Ilunover. Iho defeii-o eerclsol a
peicmploiy challenge c.galnsl him mil
ho had tOfgci. In fact evcn.uie c.f Un
live defcudauts iued his two chal
lenges, while tho prusoculiiiii waived
two mid exeirlsed ono.
Tlio following juroin vti'io e.vcu'.ed
for cause and ono peremptory elmlleu
ges: Thomas P. O'llrlon. H, Meiv
bcj'y, i:. K. .lolinson, Cook, HelHiiou,
M. A. Abriui, John A. Iloililj.u (lieene.
II, It. Cmuplinll of H. W. .Ionian A: Com-
hi-iny. On .(couni of Iho f.-ct Ih.u the
i-viiienco in iiiolliU cum beioie .lulgi
Itobliii'On Is well lu hand, It wnti
agreed by both shies for u ciiutlnuanco,
mid Judgo Do Holt sol Monday morn
lug, July I, to beclii (lie ti :
(Special to the II allot in)
Wnlliiku, Maul, Juno '23. The lead
pis or tho Mairi Japnnuso Strikers' Aid
Association claim tho local Japaneie
to bo strongly supposing llio Malilno
High Wage causu ami are doii'itlng
funds to fiirlher Iho stllkeun' eiuso.
Tho Muni Slilnhim or Wulliiku. a Jap
nuusti nov spaper belonging to K,
strike Hymp.ithleis, hangs 'out dully
n laigo photo of a Billiorlug of Jninn
oso iincmi liiyml til the upper end' of
Aula, Park, Honolulu, biippotd lo lu
n crowd of MiikmO's surpurtois. The
pliuln naturally attracts .tho atteulloiv
of the Idlii nnd thu iiii'luus. but Ins
never yet received an oviillon fiom
the eUtltiisliiBtlc BiippnitcTH or llio
iiiuvement clalipod by tho leadois lo
bo veiy numerous cut Mnul.
2JST- BULLETIN ADS'PAY -J
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p til. M tl m a at p m
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Jj'wjji Oirt cl 11 no: r. ti r. in
itvan i i r, i- lira .--J r, h.
,10)21 l i", 7 wiii si r. a I. m
a.tT'il 2 n r will 1.' .", a i ii,
t r.ii'j t ir,
tl'Ji I'.M lllll h !.' I, Ii. Kki-
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1 1 I I
Full moon July .1, nt 1:40 n. m.
Hawaiian standard time is Ju hours
3uviiiluuies slower than tlrecnwlch
lime, being that or thi uicrlillau of 157
iegrtcs 3D inlniiles Tl o lime whistle
ulcus at 1:30 p. in., which is thu same
as (lieetiwicli, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon aie for local time tor tue
Sunday, June 27
!-'lmr. Mlkahala. irom Molokal and
Maui portu. 2:. in u. m.
Sinn-. Kiuaii, (Iregon , from Kauai
poitn, lr:!.) u. in
Slmr. W. (I. Hall, fioui Kauai mii-v,
ft lu u. in. ,
Sttur. Noeail, fiom Kauai purls, r,.20
Satiuday, June 2ft.
Am. sp. Illilgn, for Delawaie Ureal;
water, via Ca I loin, 2.::u p in.
Si lir. I'l.ilirence Ward, 1'lllz. lor Mid
Mlmr. t.lkellktt. for Kukiilliai le. 12
Ilr, hit. (ileiiholin, lo outside utichor
age (In await iinlei-Hl.
Am. xp. Matlon ('Idlcutt, for (iavlola.
.'! p. in.
Bchr. Mnl Wuhllio, for Hawaii, r,
Sunday, June 27.
i'l-hr. Prosper, Tr.il for Itedondii.
'.) 11. in.
Moiulay June 2.S.
Slmr. J. A. CnnimliM. for Oahu
liorls. 7 a. in.
S. H. Ko.-i crans. fioni (Iavlola.
j SAILING TODAY ' 'f'
Slmr. Noeau. for apaa and other
Kauai porla. r, p. in.
Slmr. Jus. Makee, fur Kaimakakal,
Mnul and Kona portu. ft p. in.
Sliiif Milium Uia. Slniersou. from
Kona mid Kau isirls, a in
H. S. Hyades, fiom Seatlle.
Slmr. Mniint Kea, for lllln nnd
way porls. 12 noon.
Slmr. Klnau. for Nawlllwlll mnl Ko
loa, ft p. in.
Slmr. Mlkahala, for Molokul mid
.Maui ports, ft p. in.
M DUE WEDNESDAY. J
P. M, S. 8. Mauchiula, from San
Friinclcco, it. in.
A.-ll. 8. S. Massachusetts, from
Slmr. W. (5. Hall, from Mukawell.
SAIL WEDNESDAY f
' P. M. S. S. Mniichiirl.i, Tor Yokoha
ma, ft p. in.
Slmr. Claudliio, rtom .Maul piuls
Slmr. W. (I. Hall, for Kauai porta
ft p. in.
DUE FRIDAY. "
O. H. S Aliuued i, Dnwdoll, from San
Frmielsco a. m.
! .SAIL FRIDAY l'
M. N. H S. lairlliie Wecden. Jor Sail
Frmultco. tMay sail July 3).
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per slmr. Mlknhnln. from Maul and
Molokal Mirts. .Iiino 27. Master Tul
lelt rico Cockelt. Mis. KnPima Ko
kunwa. llcv. A. L. Wnvnmulli, A. IC
Cnllienil David ICnnl Mrs. llnvltl ICn-if
ind child Win Slaliht. Hev. I), laea.
Miss A. I'lihii. Jas. Palm, F. W. Pea to.
Till: SOHOONUIt Flaurcncr. Watd
sailed Satin day on her iiuailerly milco
to Mldwnv Island with piovKloiiii for
Iho men them, employ-es of the Com
mercial Cable Conip-inv. Sho Is e
lccted Inck lu nbuiit hW wec-lcs.
An application was. made today (t
Iho Territorial Treasurer by Queeii'H
Hospital, lo llio nn miieiidiiieut In llu
tinnier, in order In reduce thu numhci
of Iho Irinteis fioni twejity lo seven.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycu
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS. B0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St opp"'e South Si, )