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fV' EVENTNO BTTJVZTVS, gOX0X.TO7, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JUfE 15, IJLO. ....
i - 11 yu) "Srv II IATAI Aiim rrntrnAi I
riielflc Slated, i!10 p. m.
Honolulu Stated) 3 p. in.
Hanallun First Degree.
' Honolulu Cluiplrr Reg.
utiir, A p. in.
All visiting memberi of tne
Order tire coidlully Invited to
attend meeting ot lornl lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS other Ano
BENEFICIAL ASS0(JIATIOH. ciationi cor
HARMONY LODQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. 12. McCOY, Noble Grand.
' All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of P.
, Meets every flrst and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In It. ol P. Halt,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. a
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B, P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their ball, on Kln
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are co'rdlallr
Invited-to attend. 's-
JAS. D. DOUOHERTY, EoH".
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and' third Thurs
days of each month ut Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
ilally tnvlted to attend. ' "
P. HIQOINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It,
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F." 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner.
Deretanla and Fort streets,
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
Wll. RILEY. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE N0.-8?
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 730 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit'
Ing brothel s cordially Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON. K. R. S.
The promised song recital to be
j given by Mrs. Carrlo Jacobs-Ilond
. on Friday evening, nt the St. An-
1 drew's Purlnh House, Is being looked
i' forward to by music-lovers all over
' tho city, and from expressions heard
on all sldeu. there will be no lack
Mrs. Jiicuhs-Hond'H Interpretatloiig
I linvo r.iado her famous wherever she
has so favored, The complete sym
I palliy with whl:h she clothes all of
, iter soi:gs has como from actual ex
perience, and Is, therefore, right
from the wellsprlng of her heart,
A gentleman who once listened to
this great Interpreter likened her to
, something of a hypnotic nature.
- Still, It does not go that far, only
far enoueh to carry one along In'
perfect accord with .the mood of the
, performer; and therein Is the great
secret of this woman's power to ei-
Honolulu Is always ready and
willing to recognize entertainment
of the highest order, and the song
recital of Mrs. Carrlo Jacobsrllond
", '"will remain In tho minds of 'those
who hear her as a shining light
among the many who pass this way
l endeavoring to brighten the world
' ...lu n.. n.i ,,.....
with song and Btory.
ANDERSON At liana. Maul, July 14.
Isabel, tha infant, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. w. A, Anderson,
A Doston fisherman lunded a six
foot cod one dny luBt week. This
merely goes to show what can be
done under a Republican admlnlstrn
ilon.' Bprlngfleld lUnlon.
Tho Memorial Services ot (he In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows will
be held nl Odd Fellows' Hall on Juno
19, 1810, nt 2 HO p. m.
(Continued from Paje 1)
against the .action of the Hoard.
Magistrate V. A. McKay was chosen
chairman of tho meeting Jas. N, K.
Keoln secretary, and Mr. t'bns. Wil
cox and J. M. Vivas us Hawnltan and
Portuguese Interpreters respectively.
It was nnn of the most enthusiastic
public meetings bold lit the County
Scat. Tho following resolutions by
the. committee were adopted unani
Whereas, tho Honorable Roard of
Supervisors uf tho County of Muul
havo adopted a resolution, known Km
Resolution No. 1018, concerning mid
relating to tho supply of water to
tho Inhabitants of tlu towns of U'ul
luku nnd Knliulul, mid,
Whereas, the said resoultloii Is 111
our opinion unjust nnd oppressive 'In
Whereas, the subject matter Is yet
within the power of the Hoard to
modify, change or nmend,
Now Therefore, Do It Resohed,
that It Is unfair and unjust to com
pel the purchasers of 'water from tho
County nnd to pay for and Install nt
their expense, "water meters." Thai
said meters are merely for the pur
pose of enabling tho Bald county to
measure and properly charge for
water. That nowhere on tho face of
the earth does either a public or pri
vate corporation supplying to the In
habitants 'of a city chnrgo the cit
izens thoreof with the expense of
their, own measure or measures.
De It further resolved, that the
water system of Walluku and supply
thereof belongs to tho public, nnd
that water ought to be supplied to
the public at the cheapest rato pos
sible, compatible with the mainten
ance of tho plant and the operation
thereof. That takng Into considera
tion all legitimate' expenses 'Incident
thereto, that the rate fixed by tho
Hoard, to-wlt: 7 1-2 cents per 1000
'gallons, Is far In excess of a proper
and needful charge. That tho re
bate provided, Is uncertain and will
lead to much confusion und discrim
ination and probable litigation, and
will require adjudication to estab
lish what Is meant by "proved water
right" nnd especially tho right of tho
county to fix rates or charges for
tho use of one's own property.
De It Further Resolved, that a cora
mltteo bo appointed by the chairman
of tlils, meeting to present their pre
amble and resolution to tho Hoard of
Supervisors and use every effort In
their behalf to secure such needful
and .necessary amandment to said
resolution adopted by them as will
protect our peoplo from being bur
dened with unnecessary living ex
penses which, are now unite, too high.
Messrs. E. It. 'Bailey, J. W. Kalua
and Hon. W. T. Robinson were ap
pointed a Committee of Threo to pre
sent the above resolution to the
Board with instructions to report
again to tho meeting on Friday night.
Mr. J. Qarclsi moved that tho coun
ty bear the expenses ot Installing tho
meter system whenever thought nec
essary. Carried unanimously. Mr.
Keoln moved that It was tho Bcnso
of the meeting that tho county fur
nlsh tlio same quantity of water
which tho residents have been get
ting heretofore at the same rates,
Jills waB also pusscd without a dis
senting, vote. The meeting then ad
journed. On Friday afternoon the Commit
tee of Three was accorded an audi
ence by the County Supervisors at
which time tho resolutions wcro
presented. The Hoard then kindly
informed the commltteo that they
had already reconsidered their action
and had agreed to prolong the on
forcement of tho ordinance until
October of this year, as tho Honolulu
Iron Works wero unable to provldo
the metors required;
The feeling has run high In this
town and at no time havo .all classes'
ot- men, of all races united on any
measure with such unanimity for the
populuce well knows that Walluku
Is u place which has had from tlmo
immemorial plenty of. water, but
when the population has been 're
duced to about ono-fourth bIuco the
days ot King Kahekill, tho price of
water has gono up almost a thou
sand per cent, n vexed problem which
requires the most technical, scientific
and above itll, the most magnanimous
mind1 to solve. P '
Autos, tl per hour. Lewlif Stable.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Rest at The Encore.
7-Seatcd Auto Tor hire. Phone 199
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand.
If, you .want a good Job done, on an
auto or' carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St
Soda water rrom Lelthead atid
Woodward, 12C3 Mfller Is purest and
If you want flags or fireworks for
tho Fourth of July, go (o Wall, Nlchi
ols Co.v Ltd,,
Graduation books, a largo assort
mtntjjiist received, somo very choice.
Drown & Lyon Co.. Ltd, ,.
For ,dlstjled water,, Hire's Root
Doer nnd nil other popular drinks.
Ring Up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Anderson Clrnco gave tho "good
night" -signal by wireless last night,
It was caught by the Oahu Prison op
erator. Mrs'. C, .L. Dlckorson will commence
her nnnu.il summer clearance sale
Thursday morning, Juno IGtti., Prices
cut In half.
Horses for sale,
Lurllno, n flub lot
lug horses. Tel
Stables. 112S Fort slrnel.
n'A.'ll,' Smith the baker, had (rou
ble on board tho transport l.og.iu, yes
terday, aud the. result was tlta.1 ho
received n black eye. It? Hworn out
ii warrant for the man who did tho
damage hut was uunliln to have him
arrested before, tho 1mA t loft for Ma
nila, STILL SLMHINO
(Continued from Pare 1)
In tho Star that "tho city and county
attorney's ofllcc takes tho 'stand that
thoro Is no ueo of pursuing tho line
of Investigation further on the ground
that there Is nothlnz to pursue."
"This Investigation Is to bo carried
through, to the bitter end." declared
Milverton this afternoon. It would
havo been brought before tho Grand
JttrorB this morning had either Ay-
lett or, Alila been on hand with their
Decauso ot this delay we havo call
ed a special session of tho Jury tor
Thursday or Friday ,
An Indictment has been filed against
Ho I.oy a Chinese who is charged with
Unlawfully entering tha premises of an
oriental shop keeper and making away
with a quantity of merchandise., t
This, Indictment together, jvith sev
eral others of Ilka Importance were
handed .down by tho territorial, grand
Jury which met. In regular session at
tho uMdntyro building this morning,
and filed their report at noon today.
Several of the Indictments' wpre
placed upon tho secret file pending
the Issuance of warrants for tha ar
rest of the parties concerned, i
i.Tho alleged attempt tb,brlbp Super
visors Ahla and AyletU did not re
ceive attention at the hands of tho
Jury" this morning. This case will como
up before the lomits'ltorlal body at a
special session to be called on Fri
day. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Em rid for Record June 14, 1910,
Mrs. KMInlein Ha'o to Moon Ona. -J.
JoBophV.lC; Clark to floorgo 'Slier-
man ..." i , , . . . . U' M
W. O. Irwin nnd wf M' Robert W,
Shingle t at , I)
Robert, W. Shlngla ct al to William
0, Irwin . i, ,M
Henry HoIiiioh to Jcanette P. dig.
noux - Rcl
Oiaa Sugar Co, Ltd. to Joso Mo-
doena t . . . . . ...n
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd, to S. Carchlra.,1)
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd. to Antono M,
Rains .- t . . l.D
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd. to Itccardo
Mnrncrnn -.,,.. .U
Y. lllratn to Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd.. CM
Kanlau Kcplo rind - wf to Uihalna
Agrctl. Co. Ltd D
Mrs, Emolla Dechert to Plonoer Mill
Co. Ltd, j., ,.. ........ ...,wL
Entered far Record, JUne .15, 1910,
Chu Chew to Manuel Agnlar. .,...-. .D
Den M, Muh( and wf to Noa N.
Mahl i D
Noa N. Mahl and wf to Edw. II. F.
, Wottcr Tr .. ....i-. ..,... M
EBt of D. P. Bishop by Trs to Es- .
ther Uakcr ... ,.Kxcli D
Est o( II. P. Hlshop by Trs to Es.
iner uaser .. ,..,.,.,.u
IN POREIQN PORTS
I L i . '. . ' v
Wednesday, June 15,
SEATTLEr-Arrlved Juno 1T: S. S.
Columbian, from San Francisco.
SAN Fit ANCISCOT-Salled June 14: S.
S, Nevadau. for Honolulu,
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Juno 14:
.Hktnc. j. L. Stanford, hence May '21.1
PORT LUDLOW Sallod Juno h;
Sch, C S. Holmes, fqr aual.
. , i
For sumtnor reading see nrown &
Lyon Co., , Ltd. A largo assortment
of new books Just rccelvod, also a
Bhlnmcnt of roprint editions, contain
ing many new titles,- ,
City Transfer Co.,
.JAS. H. LOVE.
THE AMERICAN itaw.itlMiT"fUeim-
ship .Company-icMsed negotiation on
Juno 6 on a five year lease of Iho
docks nnd wharves ot tlio tiak.ind
Warehouse Company. The Ms Pacinqt , , ' ' i . .
. .. ...... T '.'.. -r . - .. Miirrivn from ttp.tltlfv fnmnrrriu
transportation company ,h ont of .th
largest on the Coast, and It Will lanv'a '" Thin vessel la bringing con
Its place of, business to Ihls Kldp lit klgnmenls of freight tha left New
once. , lYorfk on Aprl) 26 by the OtegnnUri.
"Wo.hnvo been in communication The Mlxsntiilnn called nl 8;in. rilfgii
with ccvoral companies of late." 'raid nntl S!Ul i.inneisro en loulo I.I the
ihi;y;!!I.a.!lwrM i'Jth?'au'1 """ ' m- '
warehouse concern, "but the American- , . , , .,
Hawaiian lino was tho first to offer commence fo take on sugar ImniedL
suitable Inducements to warrant our atcy following. the di.eiurKe of ,her
giving' up p'ossssslon of the. wharves, cargo. , , .
This Is only thp first movn nlong Iheso K
lines, as thV advantages of freight ONE RY ONE, AmeHetin sailing
handling on this side nre Just being vpels urn coming to. New York from
realized. . nll parts of ho world fo no dismantled
I nnd erltivhrlp.1 Iriln nvil li-trrftd wlttnli
oiicier u iinuiwin, is one or llicpMcst
sugar packets on the coast. She was
built nt npstnn In 1874 and ran be-
tween Iho Jolden (lato nnd Now York
for somo llnio und later (.etween Snn
Francisco i' ami Honolulu, lor the last
couple or years, however, the old
windjammer , .has iccn disengaged.
Tho Edward May, Is to bo dismantled,
linmcilla.tqly.anil'converiiM Into n
i.nt-o rAt- m'rrvlnw n,,-,! r, n,n nn-i.
flc Const Stonnfshlp Company's stonni-
crs. ,,. ,
FIRST MATE Carl Anderson of tho cabin and 21 deck pntwngers. Her
schooner Oceanja Vance nearly lost his fre, ht lnclujcil, r.r,0b sacks. sugar,
llfo at, San , Francisco when he ,went e ,.,.. ,,.j .. P,ni.. .?..
overboard In the channel. Iln was lii'8, l,alM lldM' "n1..r'U V ,n;
the water over half an hour before be.
lug .rescued. The schooner put hack
to port , on account of the mishap,
When, the anchor was being made fasti
fdrward the lashing broke and Mate
Anderson was htlrlert over tho side. A l
rough sea .was running In nnd the
ruuBii ni-a ,wa.i running io ""u uie ,nr,. hn r,,iin
mate, hail, a hard and long struggle In '";,,,"," ,
the wator before ho was picked up by.lnK nlpment i
a ship's boat: H K. 8. M 21 CO
A NUMDER of passengers will avail K, P., 7722: K. 8.Co 1063; II. M
thomselvcs of the opportunity of mak. U722; (j, p lcisfli p., Ji5; M. S.
Ing a round .trip to Hllo by the Matson c 6r,no
Navigation Jluer .Wllhelmina which! " ,
sails for the Hawaii port this evening. J ,,.,,., QTr.An , ,, ,.. , nI
Thj) WIliclnllna,wlll while there dls- ,rlCftAUA. Sl'CAU ' "' amont r
charge sevcrat hundred tons of gcn-l3500 8!lc"8 h nrrl'1 hero by the
eral cargo brought down from tho Inter-Island utcamer Keauhon. A
mainland, and will also tako on a big small quantity of tundrla was In
consignment of sugar now awaiting eluded In tho cargo. The steamer
tho vessel. The liner Is duo to arrive Nocau is last reported as discharging
nt Honolulu early on Sunday morning. frelsht nt Anaholn "
RECEIVING ORDERS to proceed to.
Mojl, Japan, there to .tako coal des-1
tlnqd for SlngarJorc. Captain Tlppett
master of the brlllsh turret decked
jteamer Hcathdcno will .dispatch that
vessel lato this afternoon. The Heath-
dene arrived at tho port on May 28th
with a mil shipment of Australian
coal. A portion of .this- cargo caught,
ore after tho vessel. reached port and 1
there was somo delay Jn. Betting the
- - . . . '
fuel nut of tho thlp In .consequence.
THE DRITISII freighter Henley will
bo dispatched for, Comax, DrlUsh Col
umbia, ,thls afternoon or evening.
Drawer Hnd Company represent tho
vesse) at tho port. Tha . Henley has
completed the.dlscharge qf a. shipment
ot Australian coal, which wqs con
signed to the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company. x
THE NEVADAN,mow tinder tho di
rection ot )ho Matson Navigation Com
pany has ,. sailed' ,f?oni 8an Fronclsco
Ihiough the aWcy.of Cnstlo & Cookp.
that vessel should arr.yo here ou or,
nyount, Juno .-nu. iuo rtevauan, is
undpfst'ooduWlli, Bring 'd,own a main
land mall, t
FRESH NORTH-wlndB andheavy
seas weroi.rne't'jliy the Jfateoi Navi
gation Btcamcr'Lurllne. This vessel
has been reported 'Ijy wlrolcss at 280
miles from Honolulu, enrouta to San
THE ARRIVAL of, the schoonCr Mil
at HqnolpnjH reported.., Thfo voA-.'
salle.1 rom San Francisco vl(h
;iui V"ht' .
' - -
' UNDER ARREST-
Chief McDuffie "haa. ntlast rdn'dbwn
tho, gang ot Korean thieves' who, havo
Hipeti stealing goqds .ffoni, garages and
stqbles ,Ths inpriilngJhrce,nieu1wero.
arrc.slvd und held for. IiivqattKutlfHi.
has been operating t tbon.etyt UrV
" .iv. ...y...rv" - '"""- '"""j
monins. me iniormauon came iu mo
chief In a lounda'bdut fashion But the.
tale seems to be' Straight enough.
That a gang has peqn (worktop, the
Inwn In v(ihnt nnH now that the
men havo been arrested, n dirtWncq
tvieiv Iia nni ,( ln'4hn tUattu nt unr.
may ,ho ; .noticed ln';thQ,,tlfefts of Imr
nes,nn,a an,u,uuu gs. .j,.. ., ,
Tomorrow morning, tho Koreans will
probably appear 111, court, and It may
turn .out that one of them will try
and makqhls plllkla lighter by Inform
ing on .the "fences", ytho havo been
buying tho stolen goods. . ,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maul Isl
and, N'Jy side Kahqlul Harjidr Ka'.
hulu Breakwater Light io b? cst6h
Ilshed About July 1, 1910, a fixed
white lens-lantern' light, 4Q feet above
tio water und 34 feet abpve the, break
water, will bo established. on tho break.
wator about 400 feet from lis present
Tlio approximate geographic posl -
tlon of tho light, as taken .from Coast
land Ocbdctjq 8urvcy Chart No, 4105.1
mln., (00" sec); longitude", west, 166
dec., 28 mln., (14 tec).
t j - . '
THERE IS ri gobd-slze'd' shipment
of general cargo 'for the Hawaiian
iind on board the Amerlcan-Hn'
,, ,..i,i. ,,i.,a ,i.. i,
-... ............ ...... .,.,.... ,..-r-- ,...... .f
cn, 3 lp at,.,t ,,ivnl. Tho Am
can Bllp Shenandoah, which Is
110 days from Han Francisco. Is
,,e,.tfll , t,s port .soon., nnd sho a
will .become n coal barge. Sho Is the
biggest American sailing ship nfloat
,, ,wonly ycan, I()i
,,.,.. wivtTiii-n i. ,.nnri.i nt
"AIM Wl.ATH.l.R Is reported nt
several KnunI pdrlsil according to
offlcerH of Iho Meniner W. tl, u)t
which arrived hero en'rly this morn'
tl 1-tA 'ii.ll I.J....kt. i - ...I ..(
nneB- mnB noriueosi winos nnu
heavy seas prevailed on the home-
PURSER LOGAN' of the steamer
w 0. Hall, from' Kauai ports, , re-
,iP, ,hn ,..,. ,, ,. ,n.
i et ,o
on the Garden Island:
0 bags: M. A. K .12,-
.i.i: k. k. ii.. r.nr.o: jc .. 2r,.nnn:
THAT" OLD and .Jlmo honored tra
L, . '5?. ' J5A,?,e-r,H,m, ?nrK
nirnl!LM!'0r-t.!2 l?, h,av,:-1"alled J,m
ft? a'ml,1lol w "Jj Mnatlon as HI b
The ves sc Is bring ng down a ship
mc n . ,m,b.Cr W?lcwli1 I"-00,'
ft lol through, the firm otH
Hacl,fo1'1 ""J1 Company,
.,,,; ..; , ,
. THE STEAM Ell Nllhau. nrrlvlng
,muh Xffn... ....... , Iln. ..nil. ...... t.nn
lull, muui U.IU- liunuill iuria, 1U-
brought 2811 sacks sugar, andi cattle
on deck to the number, of 78 Jicail.
The vessel met with mqdernto
weather on .her homeward trip.
ACCORDING to.advlccs received at
the port;, .the schooner Golden .Shore
has sailed from Grays -Harbor vjlth
Honolulu as her destination, lowers
and Cooke, are' Jhe consignees for the
shipment of lumbor Uvarrlve here by
this vefccel, .. . .' ', 1
A RECENT ARRIVAL from the
J "'v, W XWMf
caigo of lumber from Port Ludlow
110; vessel came- pawn in nineieer
days -and shells consigned to Ailed C
A WIRELESS message received
last night from, the Poclflq Mall User
mirt-a announces inai vessel as luf
mllos,.pff.thc,j)ort steaming In.lhe dl
recyen oi japan tnrougn strong nortr;
east winds and moderate seas,
ti ". 1
, jJiJ rrtt,,.
THE STEAMER HKI.ENK is load-
Cargo and..ipplles for the
ports of .Paauhaii. Kukalau, Ookala
Laupahochoe arid Papaliloa a'nd Iti ir
me prQsoiiv-. intention ,10. aispatcn tli
yosscl fqr Haw;it this evening.
THE OCEANIC Eteamer Sierra Is re
; ported to havo arrived -at San Fran
! (!,l'n a' elgqi-.o Ciqiki yesterday morn.
1 l n,.A. .. ,.l. Knan..n .. ... ii.?.
TnE AMLTUCAN schooner 'W. 11.
Mar8tgn ,- nftw,nrouto from iflan
Fr0ijclsc-i to Hllo with a shipment of
Knerai .luercnauuiEo uuu luinuer.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Like.
-illko has beon nlncoil,pn Ihp. berth to
sail o?i iionoKaa nun rsuKtunaelp at
..f.i v.,wn. i..f ,,.11, if,.
T,j ALI w, 4 fof KaHa, ,
. 1 .. .i .. .. .
tomorrow cvpnlnin takpg a goodly list
3a passcngcra and. a,,(nr cargo,, ,;
.)! i. i. i
Mills are cue at Honolulu front
points as follows;
Yokohama Per China, Juno 18.
Colonies Per Marama, June 21,
San Francisco Per .Sierra, Juno 24.
Vancouver Per Manuka, Juno 2D., ,
Malls. will dopart .for-tbe folluwloi
points as folCTYs;M , .
San, FrancUcor-Per China,. .Juno 18.
Vancouver Per-'Maramo. June 21.
Yokohamar-'PerMMiC.nurla, Juno 25.
Colonies Per Manuka, Juno 25.
. TRANSPORT SERVICE.
ii? ' , '''.,',' VT,r.'r"
DU. .nrrlv.ed jit Seattlo,MayJi4.,
1.-ogan.. (tailed for Manila-Juiij, 14.
' June 10.
Sheridan salted from Manila. Juno 14.
Tuesday. June 14.
drays Harbor iljearless, ym. sell.;
San Francisco Wllhelmina, M. N, 8.
8.,-12:15 p, in. . i. ,, ,.
Wednesday, June IS. '
Port I.tulIow-tMary U Fditer, Am.
sell. a. m. :
Hawaii ports Cat cado. stmr., n. m.
Kauai ports, W. (I. Hill, ntnir., a, m.
Knual ports Keauhon,. stnir,'.n.Hm.
Eureka O. M. Kpllogg, Am, schv a.
VES8EL8 TO ARRIVE
........ a :. I' "I
. mursaay, uur.s 10. ..
Rallna Cruz, via San Francisco and
Seattle Mtssourlan, A.-IL fl. S..-
Friday, June 17. I
China, nnd Philippine,-!, Catanooga;
u- . a..
, China riml Phlllpidncs Cleveland,
U. 8.-8. . , , v . ,. I . .
1 Hawaii nnd Maul orts Claudlnn,
Saturday, Jiihe 18. I
Hllo via way; f jtiorls-rMniina Koa,
stmr. ,, ,.,' t .
Sad Francisco hud Seattle Hyadcs,''
M. N. S. S. , i .
iiuiiKKuuK via .iwpuii purin v.mua,
P. M, ,H, B, , , j
Sunday, June, 19.
Mini and Mnlokal rrts Mlkahala,
Hllo Wllhelmina, M..N. 8. 8.
Kauai orti Klnnn, stmr.
t Tuesday, June 21.
Austtalla'n ports; via Suva Marama,
C.-A. S. 8.
Wednesday, June 22.
San Francisco Novndnn, M. N, 8.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
Thursdays June. 23. ...
Maul and' Hawaii ports Claudlne,
' Friday, June 24.
San Francisco Sierra'. O. S. 8.
Saturday, June 25.
Hllo via way, .ports -Mmina Koa,
stmr. , 'i
Vancouver Manukft, C.-A. S, 8. . ,
Hongkong via Japan ports Man-
ohurla. P. M. 8. 8.
Sunday, June 26.
Maul nnd Molokdl ports Mlkahala,.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmrv
Tuesday, June 28,
San Franclsco-rNlppon Marti. T. K.
K. S,,S. . ,
Wednesday. June 20.
San Franein9qrrI-rllno.,M, N.S. 8..
nauoj iioris ,w. u. nan, stmr.
Thursday, June. 30,
Maul and llnwnll norts Claudlnn.
slmr. ' ' .
. Tuesday, June 21.
Kona and Kau , ports Mauna Loa, '
1 Pr Rmr w. f3. llnl! .from Knii'
rorts-fl n. wiicox. j. rfaTu?&XJmi
?Jal.nnllon.J,'.L.80n.rt'!,"Mre, w- " Wlthlngton, Ah Chack. Fred.
,F, Frost, E, L. Olazer.-K,. Matsu- christian. J. Fassoth. lL.FOssoth.
UU. . t 1
PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED , i 2," . po"8' Jr"9 ?rSif",'i,C' 8wHoI
4 ,.,, .'."". r-b i i-4llowa.. Una ,0onant,, Nellie Conant. ,
J'cr.atmr, Mauna Koa. for Hllo and
way ports. Jun, 15-Mrs. Forrest. Mrs. V"a"J' ?" a.!S:'. u er' d,l,h
A. Sleget,E..n., Holmes, L.,Ames and A"8"t. Elmer August L Magaon , L.
wife. Miss R. ME llpg'sworth. MsstV. Maeoon, J. L . no, Jo Tom; Capt. Win
Wells. Miss Elizabeth 'cWg. Mrs. ""s' ,wln.le,r Mfw Q. F. Hart.
Harry E. Murray.F, Alicrmari, wife & ":' Wmoko,Mhi A. Magulre Mrs.
child. H. P. Baldwin. Mrs. ,H. P. Bkld- i; A Mfsn'te.' " J. noblnson.
( t nn.i. ,ir H,;U .t,n.irn Mary Drown, Isabel Drown. J. A. Ma-
: - - '
ina servant, aiihh Kllf-nswnrtli. Mm.
Baylor. M.T. Warden, Mr M.,Eisert. 'lcn ,J,a"V ., Cla..' V,"..?0
J. 1.. Young. E. A; Douthltt. Thoipoa , fe"-8' " '.TVo U?vJI,V
Wodehoie, IL B. Booth, Captain Jen-' "; Mlk,V,8' S' ,,p',1rov- ":FIU3 IrB
kins, Hftl, Cavalry; ,11, Holmes. Ca.f'1?? W-Ji. V,; ,y?B"
tain Day. Mrs. H. Shampson. onbchlld .toltIV "lB" C"ntoi: V,; P' Kcl'ctt Jr
and nars. MU X. Oosllng, Mrs. Clara "I"8.' ,eI(Ieli Joph U,BBt-',R?J- J'
A. Betoo, C. J.choeninfc 1I..H. Ien- "; U?BaicKMi?',iJ08'VKnnl' ."' Ke'
ton. llr.',uhrta, M!u Stahrka.-J. T.uIJU?,'It,kahoa'- M1" fc p"ioa- M,sa
Drua. A. C,Alxander, H. B-Brown. MTiKan?a. - ,;
Woajj Losk. Kon? Sing liv, II. MBit. ' per B,,mr-, Ria""a ca 'or H lo ami
C. Ayet. MUa IlAky Koharny. Mis 1&JE& -3J?t 2Jr onb.crf; A
Beh.V E. Wabih, Mrs.'Walih. Uln JV-c.af,e1f, Thos, .0. Dawglns A, Mac
Motzri, Jtr,. M. Dreycm. Miss L. nil; J- f. MrJ d WW
Mercluat. Mr.. A. N. Hayselden and MUf.MaA,ea'1U1B life M.,,,s
child. M.'K. Jameson, T. P. W. Gray, " Ahrch8,isa H.iW.I lamsMw. H.
Alfe,l Hwo. F.Hratght,.K, I. Ml- H' l;,,?.,ar'." A1u,Un.' ?Ir,' S', A.'
it. ar. it ,a, iiaidKUvMiss li.iA,.."8'1 i8".!'- ""
BaMwl), I; P. Iianjsou and wife. H. '"010; WnW-110' c
HW. jJra. A. lianbrouck, U AndroV,lV,i,,, f8lm5ltft?D?fha;,
John Hill Waiter Androws, nilUoul I' A,,H?ndC' h i0'0; D S" 5
Arthur King, .CoWie, Pozzii dl Borya. g.ni Mra; Boni1; " A. Bond. 0. II.
O.mte Z. do Xaferloo;. C,', If; Olupn. g?"'1' 3-- "on,l MIb? n.d"aJf' J."Va
mix'; niani'-y, i.i-kw, h. ru-Htniiu,
E, Kr Bou-lho. M P., Mathas. Rev., A.
y.8ar Axiie Bias. Mrs. Schoen, T.
I), HlSBnJr. A- l'dgo, J. It. Cans-
niige Hianiy. K.i-Kew. u. KrHm tn.
ten, j.,A.iliaicD. t .w.., ... ,..,u(,iu, n. ., .uvhh,
Per stmr. Klnau for Hawaii ports. Miss Illpd. Mrs. Ji.Hlpd, MJss Stack
Juno 14-Francls (lay, Douglas Bdldi,ff' Spo.kau..y.lStrw. Herbert
win. Mrs. C, K. FrazlJr and two ciil. " "jl'A " TnilpCr.IslIp Tulia.ch'.VIo
dreii, Mlus A. Kinohl, Mastfcr U. Atn) ot ftlckttrcl .j-Antlfp IJnilBay. Mrs. ii fjf.
win. Mrs. M. Kcawe. the Mlsso J. Kb- """' " Jlaby,iKE DarttcIl6.,Vics
ae, Oeorplan Sheldon, ElliiaShohqlo, .!fnP",Wa,'!T.,N-,85n,o Mn!'(W A.
Master James. L. Kxlel, LIlan aknp,, s!c.I,Irc-Nr)V00. Solonlqn., Bjltod
na,,Nnl Montgomory,. Harry. Ayrnoit cnhtfrfft, D, Makcna, A. Ilemantr iWal
Chang Year, W. M. Stewart, D I-Ais- jr AValson, Mlsa, A. KauMiss M.
tin, Choy Vow, Chan Chin. 8, 8. fax- "PV- ' . ' '
ton, It. W, Robinson J 8teln.II. Hano. er..tmr. Claudlne tor Maul and
hrfg. W. Ellis, H. Bryant. Mfa. fU, Hawull ports, Jtino18. Dr. J J.
D. Newton, Mis Julln Mahlkoa.- Sarah Praco, ,Mre. Oface, F,, Marshall. Miss
llano, Mrs.J. Camard, E1lz6betlj Hwis, Chalmers; AllceyAyrea, rs, d:, Erf-'-"llo.'WIshard.-p
Hryahtj Esther .lga- gie. Miss E. 'lWdwIn, Margaret Cook,
n.L'iCC'I,aM,,a," a?,ur0",0AlMi Caio.'-borotHy Hoogs, Stella
Miss Kumaslilmu, Mario Keawe, Rose jrAni,, ai.j n...iL ii iirw.!.
Comrades, Halsu .Yonaslilroya. Mabel ,"Ju' "- J"1'1! ?T "av ld, Y, f
Yonashlroya. Ha'glve Ncla. Iusa w 0fU''Er,1t DaM'. M'8 "' Uock"
Sheldon, lllinnn Kamku. Antiii Knmili lng,,Mssr It .Uocklng.i.MisB R. Cunr.
..-.: r.. . .- ' " " ..r
un, Mr, wong tso Tug, ii, Ney?
'. W. Knmau, D. Krasllef, A. V,
rtirn. ir. nniwari,,u, neinncn, Y, oiiss uion, Jjnas. Uay,
lioopal, D K. lloaplll, K. Morlna, Mr3 aend. Miss Rosecrans
.. .uu.uiu.. lAnna Richards'. Alei,
PASSENqerr snnifFn f Molr; W; Harrison. 'R,
n j i"i , .. nil-. 1 -'Murray, w: H,- Smith, Miss Grace,,
ICC. stmr.. Claudlne. for Maul, and Hnwr.il w t. r-n.iin n,f ti.1 !,;,.
pprtB, Jpup- 24 Miss Rodrk mishiIC. .t itn-iii. i..n n a.ti!
MT &JSaJuJ:"lBg hlO&S-Mtt 1. K. Walnmau. Sa.n .Whlte.C.
MIsb M,?rrts, ' MIm Alan... $ $, J' BcVOenlng. l'.fBplp(,a. F. Retard
Schpltz, Mls C. Bolta, MJ Ehlrlch,, fi0' w- wqn, II, B. Lewis. '
Miss.. Jnlla ,BpU, Mrs, A, H.. Hart,, Pcr 'mr. w- ? a" fcr,Kaual
Albert Slender. IL.Stendor, R. B. Wal. ports,, June 1C Ernes'l"aay,,
kcr,' Win, Mala., J., S. .Sing.' , - "V A"5' '..iJ
- .. --n - , ' ' . , I BriUe1Iri.Bujriesi Pce ihono 20
r-"For.Salo'i card.at.BulleUn. iuUctln, .Soitoriai ,SofmSX8a
'fiif j-.,,.. ? v. f , ,r:ti.gr-'k i
Tuesday' Juris 14.
, Mnni and Molo.sai pprts Mlkahala,
stmr., K p. m.
. Kauai ports K(pau, 'stmr., 5 p. m.
: .Manila via Guam Logan, U. 8. A.
T., 6 p. m; " tr't
I ; VESSELS TO pEPART.
4-1 ' T
v- Today. ., . .
' Mojl and Japan porta Heatlldenc,
Dr, gitmr. '. . , .
.Comax, D. 0. Henley, Ilr. stmr.,
11116 WllhclfnlmJi M. N. S. i., p. m.
TliureHaw. .tun.. 1ft
.''.. T-J-' "-"-. ".-
1 inuni iioris w. o, Hall,. stmr.,r 0
'p. m;. '.... ,
,. . t.. Friday, June 17.
wa, and Hawaii iorts-CIudlno.
Saturday. June 18.
Snn Francisco China, P, M. S. S.
i." ,T'ueday.,J"ni1 . e
Hllo via way ports Mauna Koa,
stmr , ,
Victoria, vD. C Marama. ,C, A. S. 8.
Mcndry .Juhe 20,
Kauai ports Noeaii.itmr.,
nnuni por.is Kipau, stmr.. D p. m.
Maul hnd Moldkut ports' Mlkahala,
Btmr.,6 p. ,m. r 4 V
Wednesday, June 22.
San Francisco Wllhelrulna, M. N.
8. 8. , ' ,
Kauai noru f, n.'tllall, stmr.
, ; Friday,; Junrf.i 24.
Maul nnd I HawattjiPorts-Clatidlne,
stmr. f -'jir '
Aiistrallah tJorts.vItt Btfvn Manuka,
C''A:'8;J' . . -.'Wfe. I',-
nan rranciscu Aiancnnria. r. M.
Knual ports Noea,i)simt.
, t, Tuesday, 'JUitiT1 23.
Hllo via way j. ports Alanna Ken,
stmr. i-; .r'-. , .
,vMapl nnd Molbkai pofis Mlkahala,
Rtmr., C pm. , . , ' 'Vj..
Japan ports-and Hongkong Nippon
Maru. T, K. K. S.S. v 'J..
i 'Tuesday; June ffl..
Kauai ports Klrfad.'iittnr.; C p. m.
San Francisco Sierra. O. 8. 8.
Thursday, 'JUne 30. '
Knual ports W. Q. .Hall, stmr., 5
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauht nnrt
' Junol MISS Denton. .Mia Hdrnnr.l
Miss II. Hobrori. Mrs. Julia Atherton.
.Miss F. Ferrlor. Miss V. Damon. M.
' yernandcz, J. D. Fernandez. M. II.
Fernandez Jr., F. B. Fernandez. Sllsa
enmara, Mrs. Kaiser. A. Anderson,
.. i-rano. air?, unas crane, .ftlss J.
M.jSoper, Mips D. Whlttlngton.VMra.
O, D!acktodtj Miss BlaF.kBtadt,MlBS
PfP Blmr Xfailtl'l l.nmfn Vnn a
. i - " -T.r. ..-y...vcnviiii IIIHI
rrnrtrt fra M ft o-nrtn Irtnn IuppaU tl
Dvw., ibi 1'-6" MWHU UUIICll. l-
j:.iw-i.iv rr." ""h'w .', "".
,i -,vt T it, ;. "s " K'V ..' ...
MlB?;.fI,'rI'v.","a . .Camppq L MIsb
l?dBHVM,?"I'i,d8l,,Dc' It M.1lr'
"t8'''- wyalkup,rj M,rB: B.North. Miss
- .,i . w..i. ... ..... ....
."w. ap" inyior, iiss aiico. nmiui,
Miss, J. INowson, Mlsa Mr Thiirsto:i.