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RVEMNO ntJt.LETm, ItONOLTTLU, T. II, SATURDAY. JUNE 18, 1910.
1 l'nclflc Slated, 7:30 p. m.
t Honolulu Hlulctl, S i. m.
Hawaiian First .Degree.
Honolulu ("Implcr ltcg-
iilnr, S p. in.
All visiting members of tbe
Order nro cordially Invited to
attond meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
at K. r. Hall
7:30 P. M.
IKNEFICIAL ASWIATIOB. ciation. cm-'
fcHABMONY IQDQE, Mo. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday ovenlnc nt
2,7:30 In I. 0. 0. V. Hall. Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
11. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
All visiting brotbors very cordially
IQAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of p.
it, Mcati every Drat and third .Frl-
fday evening at 7:30 In It of I Hall,
tfcorner Port and Bcrctanla. Visiting
fc brothers cordially Invited to attend.
L WM. JONES, C. 0.
fa o. r. heine. it it. a
HAWAIIAN TMBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meots every first and third Thurs-
Jilays of each month at Knights ot
iFytnias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
Cdlally Invited to attend.
1'. IHOG1NS, Bachom.
e. v. todo, c. or n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Mnati An lhn In.l .. . A I I. ..rn
IttESDAY evenings of each month at
17:30 o'clock In It of P. Hall, cornor
ueretania and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
W. R. KILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY. Sec.
(HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016. B. P. 0.
fGlks, meets In tbelr hall, on Kint
fc Street, near Fort, every Friday oven-
tf'lng. Visiting Brothers are cordially
gumted to attend.
JAS. D. DOUQIIEnTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec. "
t .WM. McKlNLEY LODGE NO. 8,
rt.. ur r.
i-Meets everv 2nd nml 4tli Rntiintnif
Revenlngat 7:30 o'clock In It ot P.
mllall, cor. Fort nnd Borotnnla. Visit
ing brotheis cordially linked to at
?"s II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
iJV.. V! 'A. lArnncnu v n a
- 'IVWUMW., ,v. jv, o.
A. C-P. Jl. C. GAME
TO BE REPLAYED
At a meeting of the Oaliu lcaguo
inrbltrallou board which was hold
Itqllay at noon, the urotest of the
IChlnese Athletic baseball team
fct . . . . . I
K'liiuiiiBi me game piayeu uy mem
wuh thp Portuguese, on May 29,
rilio binrj dc Ided that tho game
woma na,vo to bo plajcd over again
rat the most convenient time that
COUld bn selected. Mnnacpr Pnrnz
jof the Pprtugucso put In a plea for
J his team, and considered that bo-
;'4rntlflA ttlft Phltiftftn nnnaMntU l.nrl
( - - ......-. H'J'-lkii; ..UK
nan no chanco of winning on May
v29, tho board should Btrotch tho law
; ana not orucr mo game replitjed.
The board, however, said the 1910
rulos wero clear on tho subject, and
Lthat rules wero made to bo obejed.
ji was uniortunato that Mr. JO),
who Is an excellent umpire, made a
fliln nnrf tnvn tlin innn nt.t Kut thnvn
vjwas no getting pway from tho fact
'V--4 "-1- o v . mi., uui. iiiviu
juiai an error naa ucen mauo. The'
game will, thercfuio, havo to bo to-
played as soon as possible. ,
A woman who claims that sho wait
assaulted by a Portuguese last night
on School street r,vor,e out a warrant
( Ihls morning for t!'e man's arrest Po
Ilco Ofllccr Kahaawlnut took the man
Into rnfitnHv lint tho ari-lltAl nn lit
or on allowed out on bon(' ' t2S
Threo gamblers v)io were playing
'Til" wore g-ithcrod In by the po(Iob
Knmj fined JC earn thij inoiiilng by
uJludgB Andrade; ono of tho mon waj
of the JuJgo bjt he GiU'
The Memorial Servicer of the In
ippondent Order of Odd Fellows will
bo held nt Odd Fellows' Hall on June
19, 1010, nt 2 30 p. m.
(Continued from Page )
Legislature to be elcctod In Nov cm
bcr, nineteen hundred nnd ten, bo re
quested to pass, nt Its first session, n
law prohibiting the manufacture or
sale within tho Territory ot intoxlcat
Ing, spirituous, vinous, and malt
liquors except for medicinal and sci
Kurthei Instructions as to the form
of ballot aro contained In tho fol
lowing words: '
"Said question shall be printed on
tho bnllot In the English languago
and Immediately following It shall bo
a translation of tho same In the Ha
waiian language, below this. In large
type, shall be printed tho word 'Yes,'
with Its Hawaiian translation, nnd
opposite thne two bracketed words
shall be n square, ruled space for the
marking of a cioss; below that In
smaller tjpp, shall be the word 'No,'
with Its Hawaiian translation, brack
eted, and opposite to them n similar
square, ruled spaco for marking. The
ballot shall also contain tho follow
ing Instructions In both tho English
and Hawaiian languagcv
"'Vole by mnrklpg a cross (X)
after tho word "Yes" or "No.
Mott-Smlth sa.vs that this last In
struction It logically followed out
would result In the Invalidating nf
many ballots ai d their throwing out
by election Inspectors. The Instruc
tion Is that a square shall bo placod
after tho wards In which the cross
of the voter Is lo be placed; but thp
niiai insinrcuon roans: "vote uy
marking a cross (X) after tho word
'Yes' or 'no.' " There Is plenty ot
room to make the cross directly aft.
er tho words without placing It In
sldo the marked square space. This
would Invalidate the ballot, and so
specific Instruction has been placed
on tho ballot by Mott-Smlth that tho
cros3 Is to be made In tho square
spaco after tho words.
"No lawjer cicr drew up that reso
lution," said tho Acting Oovernor In
discussing It this morning.
"Said special eloctlon shall bo car
ried on under the general election
laws of tho Territory of Hawaii; but
tho territorial committees or chair
men and their local committees and
chairman In charge of the campaign
for and against tho proposition herein
submitted may each appoint two elec
tors as challengers and watchers for
each voting proclnct, who shall have
such powers and bo subject to such
limitations as aro conferred by tho ex
isting territorial election laws upon
similar representatives of political
parties, or candidates."
Tho aboo section Is causing Mott
Smlth to lie nwako nights trying to
60o Just exactly tho meaning Intend
ed by the paragraph
Under tho regular election, law
there aro three Inspectors for each
precinct appointed from tho three re
gular parties, but tho paragraph quot
ed provides "the Territorial commit
tees or chairman... -., In
charge of tho campaign for and against
tho proposition horcln submitted may
each appoint two electors as chal
lengers and watchers for each voting
This apparently means that tho Pro.
hlbltton forces and those nrrajed
against them may each appoint two
men In addition to those regularly ap
Pointed as Inspectors from tho throe
rnfMiljit- tvilllltal nnrtlnB
regular political parties,
In this case tho election booths
would bo rather crowded with tho
threo regular Inspectors, throe or six
voters according to tho site of the
booth, two challengers and a police-'
man to preserve order.
In speaking of a holiday for elec
tion day Molt Smith stated that he'
know; of no provision of law whereby,
he could declare tho day an ofOclal
All tho saloons in tho territory will
bo closed from tho time thn nollj
open In tho morning until they 'close'
in tho afternoon under the provisions
of tho laws of 1907, tho only places
which may sell liquor of any kind dur
ing those hours being clubs and hoJ
tela and restaurants under the terms
or their licenses.
Tho Acting Governor stated in res
ponse to a question that ho thought
tho election could bo conducted with
in tho appropriation of lip.OOO mado
by Congress for It. Ono largo ex
pvnso will bo for election Inspectors
who wllltoat tho sum of f 2,4.30. Shduld
thero have been registration boards
necessary for this eloctlon they would
havo Involved an expense of over Jt.
000 H. HACKIXI.n nnd Company ro
TOIt the arrival of tlin .Inn-inn llnnr
Tcno Moru at Yokohama Janin. voa
rJl'v' Ths vessel cleared Honolulu
.l.A ... 1- - v mil
vu iuu evuuiuK ui tiuuo 4in.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 4 rr hour, Lewis' Stables.'
il goes wunout saying that every
thing Is Best at Tho Encore.
Tho Juno torm of tho Hllo circuit
court opened on hst Wednesday.
7-Scated Auto for hire. Phono 199
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand.
New Silk Cropo for Evening Dresses
65c a jard at Whitney & Marsh.
Mrs. O. L. DIckcrson's enllro mil
linery slock Is on sale at half price.
It you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
Soda water from Lclthcad and
Woodward, 1263 Miller Is purest and
Robert W. Holt has been npjxilntod
administrator ot tho ostato of Moses
Kunny what a difference there Is
between Rainier Beer and the othersl
Try a glass and think of It.
There wore seventeen cncs on tho
police court calendar this morning,
bill only a few were acte'd upon.
Judge Cooper of tho criminal court
is sun connncd to his homd by HI
ncss and did not appear in court this
Motion ot plalntllls for new trial In
tho land case of Bishop Estate versus
Kalcjahl was denied by Judgo Whit
ney this morning.
Will nf tho lnlA Athfk. Wlfrc-tna waa
admitted to probato this morning, M.
II, Houghtolllng being appointed ad
mlolstrator by the Court,
Mis. George Kimball, niothor of
Clifford Kimball will bo In town for
several weeks at 324 Plikol street as
ihu .guest of Mrs. X J. King.
Illchanl It. Trent was sworn In this
morning at tontwonty as -Jury com
missloner .In the Federal court. Clerk
Murphy ndmlnlbtcred the oath.
Threo Chinese who nro mixed up
In an assault case had their cases
sent over till Juno 24. C. F.JJhllllng
worth Is assisting In tho 'nrosecutlon
nnd Is down tho country today look
ing Into tho inattor. -,
Walter White, tho soldier who Is ol
leged to havo assaulted and robbed a
woman down at Iwllcl. waived exam
Inatlon this morning and' demanded a
Jury trial; he was sent, over for trial
at (ho Circuit Courf. , )'
Hlrano and Tokuna. tvo; Javanese.
wero charged at (ho police 'coort this
morning having assaulted a Korean.
inc nrst named defendant was nnctl
$10 and costs and the latter was dis
charged from custody,
Judge W. L. Whitney ofythr civil
court leaves tomorrow on thq steam
ship China for the coast and will bo
absent from the clly until Spptcm
ber 6. In his absence tho business of
his court will bo conducted by Judgo
Nigel Jackson was up before Com
mlssloner Judd In Brcckons' ofllce
this morning but waived examination
ou a charge of adultery andhls"caso
wns continued until tho Octajvr term
of Federal court, ball being: fixed In
the sum of $300. r.rj ...
-J ' .- ? 5. -
Chief McDtitne Is working on a caso
of robbery thatoccurred at Ewa last
wctk, and ho has hopes that tho want
ed men will be laid by the heels In a
day or so. It appears that a Fili
pino pamed Blmfnroso and two other
men of his nationality, lived together
at one of the plantation bouses, and
last week two ot tho Filipinos sud
donly disappeared. Simtoroso had by
hard work saved up some fifty dollars
in sliver, and had placed his hoard
on a ledge above a window In his
When ho noticed that his psls had
cleared out he searched for his mo
ney but found It had vanished. He
waited a few days thinking that his
ono-tlmo -fiends might return a,nd
bring along tho coin, but as thoro was
nothing doing In that lino, he came
to 'town nnd told his tale ot woe to
A short soarch rovcaled the fact
that the two wanted mon had gone to
Kauai to work on a plantation there,
so McDuflle. is despatching an officer
to the Garden Island in hopes of get
ting tho men who robbed their little
brown brother. ,
(Continued from Paje 1)
tion. He was released to appear by
Sheriff Jarrott, and then this morn
Ing had a fre3h chargo ot spoedhm
laid against him, Five charges In all
are now pending against Johnson, who
has rotatned Attorney Llghtfoot to de-'i
This morning at the pollco court
Johnson wulved examination as re
gar (I s four charges, and demanded a
Jury trial. Ho was therefore, cum
mltted to tho Circuit Court.
Spoclal Officer Chilton has the times
of all the men who are alleged tr
havo exceeded tho speed limit and It
Js linugbt .lljat (hero qro ntlll more
chauffeurH lo ljf.cnnmoned, Qn .Mon
day morning tlin moo swho were sum
moned today will appear nt tho po
Hoe court. '
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
Homesteading Clause And
The new method of opening up pub
lie lands In this Territory, by the ap
plication for tho samo by twenty-five
Interested parties, was thoroughly
threshed over and rocclvcd much com
ment by tho House Representatives.
Following treats on tho debnto of this
Interesting phaso of tho Innd laws:
Tho Clerk read as follows:
Sec. 7. That rcctlon 86 of
said act Is hereby amended by
tho addition of tho following
"Provided further, That do
clstons of the supremo court of
tho Territory of Hawaii upon
bills of exception from Inferior
courts, wnlch are In their na
ture final and conclusive of tne
controversy, thnll bo deemed
and construed to bo final Judg
ments of said supreme tourt for
purposes of review by the Su
preme Court of tho United
States on writs of error."
(Continued on Page 11)
IMMIGEANTS TO SAIL TUESDAY.
Tho Russian nnd Filipinos who nr
rived at the port over a week ago by
tho Pacific Mall steamer Siberia have
been rclcasod from quarantine with
the exception of two Russian children
who were found to havo taken down
Tho Immigrants havo now passed
through tho Inquisition b) tho Federal
This morning a number of the late
arrlvnls applied for wo-'- at tho Ka
kaako recruiting ofni of iho Hawaii
an Sugar Planters' Association.
Tho majority of thoso accepted will
bo sent to Island plantations by steam
ers scheduled to sail on next Tues
IrTHB W1LHELMINA, the Matson
Navigation liner now at Hllo taking
on sugar for San Francisco Is to sill
from tho Hawaii ports at flvo o'clock
this afternoon and according to sche
dule bhould arrive hero early tomor
row morning. Sevoral passengers
havo booked at Hllo for the coast by
The dictionaries will have to bo
revised. Under tho light of recent
days the definition of autobiography
ls-a correct list of those run over by
tho chauffeur. Memphis Commer
A St. Louis paper Inquires when'
a dub la not a dub. Whenever he's
an umplro making a wrong decision,
but making It In favor of tho homo
team. Louisville, Courier-Journal.
Probably tho easiest kind of an
easy mark is a man who labors under
the delusion that he understands
Double Value Why?
Becaute we make our cigar in Tampa, Fla., initead
of on the Iiland of Cuba.
Havana tobacoo cots half as much when imported in
the leaf as it does in the form of cifjar.
And this saving of 100 per cent; duty goes into Van
Dyck "Quality," and it afforded each imoker.
" Quality " Cigars
In Cuba we have our
own warehouse and pre
Through our experts, on
the gTounti, we get the
pick of the choiceit tobac
co grown the finest Ha
On native toil, these
Jwet are mellowed into
their fullest fragrance and
flavor then thipped to our
factory in Tampa.
At Vonr Dealer 8 -
M.A.QUN3T&C0 'The Hoitse of Staples Dlstnbuton
I THERE IS twelvo "Hundred tons of
general cargo and s implies on board
tho Matson Navigation freighter Hy.
ades now la) Ing at tho Railway whirf,
Tho vessel Is expected will complete
the discharge of this merchandise
brought down from San Francisco by
tho way of Seattle tomorrow nnd will
call In tho evening for Kahulul. Tho
Hyadcs will then proceed to Port Al
len and will sail from tho last named
port for San Franclo direct. The
vessel will recolve shipments of sugar
nt all Iho Island ports of call.
THE MAT80N Navigation Blcamer
Entorprlso Is scheduled to sail from
Hllo for Ban Francisco on Thursday,
June 23rd. It Is stated that a largo
number of passengers havo been
booked for tho coast. Tho vessel
carrlo sa full shipment of sugar and
other lines of Hawaiian products.
BY THE Mauha Koa arriving here
this morning comes report of tho ar
rival of tho schooner Robert Searle
at Hllo on last Wednesday. Tho ves
scl experienced a flno trip down from
the Sound and brought a cargo of
lumber consigned to the Hllo Mer
C. BREWER & CO. aro tho agents
for tho bark IL P. Itltlict that has ar
rived aftpr a fourteen dajs' passage
from San Francisco. Tho vessel
brought a full shipment of merchan
dise. Tho Rlthct now lies at tho
Channel wharf whero a portion of her
cargo will he discharged.
J'er stmr. Mauna Kca from Hllo and
way porlB, Juno 18. L. Ames and
wire, Miss W. Wills. Miss M. Drajem.
Miss L. Merchant. MrB. T. Woldon,
Mrs. M. Elscrt Mrs. A. M. Taylor.
M. Elscrt, F. Ellcsman, wife and
daughter, A. T., Dredge, Capt. Jenkins,
Count do Rays! Count do Ncvelln, D
C. Harrison and wife. J. E. Walsh. T.
II. Donno, MIbs Noodecker, Miss A.
Walsh, K. Okomoto, Y. Hamada, Mrs
J. Napier, C. C. Kennedy and wife,
F. Franks, C. Gllllland, M, Bodrlgues,
Long Tong Sao and wife. Miss K
Toro Mrs. Kock Lum nnd child. Mas
ter, Yock See. Master Yock Sing. V.
L. Stanley. It. I. Lllllo. Miss Kopke,
Mrs. J. MonBarratt, Mrs. Blcklford,
Mrs. Ludwlg and child, Master Lud
wig, 8. Desha, K. Kauai, C. K. Not'
ley. Dr. A. J. Derby, W. A. Wall,
Miss K. Wight, Miss A. Meheula, J.
Mclneckc, F. Spealght, Mrs. H. C.
Austin. Mrs. Furoknwa and 2 chl
drcn Adj. Lewis, Capt. Nclljon, J. A
Batch, Miss E. Horner, Tong Lee,
J. Garcia. C. A. Mclllnger, Mrs. Hen
dry, Mrs. Ksjatonl, A. Berg, C. IL
Richardson. Miss F. Ascora, A. J.
.Spltxer. F. W. Pavno, T. Osakl, N.
Shlmoharo, Dr. Hayes, R, II. Hitch
cock, Mrs. Takeda, W. Williams and
IN FOREIGN ponr
Saturdiy, June 18.
VICTORIA Sailed Juno 17: 8. 8. Ma
nuka, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANC18CO Sailed Juno 18
noon: 8. S Sierra, for Honolulu.
PORT SAN LUIS 8allod June 17: 8.
8. Santa Maria, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA Balled Juno 15: Bch.
A. M. Baxter, for Port Townsond.
HILO Arrived Juno IB: 8ch, Robt.
Snsrles. from Grays Harbor.
KAANAPALI Sailed Juno 16: 8. 8.
Mexican, (or Ballon Cruz.
Jlcro climatic conditions
ate similar to those of Cu
ba. And here we employ
none but Cuban experts
the world't flnett cigar
Van Dyck "Quality" it
to be hadin twentv-seven
different tize from the
thin, mild panetela to the
fat, full-flavored perfecto
each one the utmost in Ha
for - 25c to 25o Each
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE EIGHT.
AfcmygQ ' DEPARTED 7 f
I - ' ' ' !
Friday, June 17,
Newcastle, N. 8. W. L'Avcncr, Bel.
l. P- m, .
Saturday, June 18.
San Francisco R. P. Rlthct, Am.
icli.. a. m.
San Francisco via Scattlo Hyadcs,
M. N. 8. 8., a. in.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kca,
stmr., a. m.
8an Francisco via Seattle Hyadcs,
M, N. 8. 8, a. m.
8an Francisco R. P. Rlthct, Am.
bk., a. m.
Knual porta-Noeau, stmr.,i a. m.
I . ' -
I "A.8ENQER. DEPARTED , ' " "w.78
Per stmr. Claudlno for Matll and rcr stmr. Noeau. for Kauai ports.
Hawaii ports. Juno 17: Dr. J. J. Juno 20. 8. Devcrill.
Grace, Mrs, Grace, F. Marshall, Miss Per stmr. W, O. Hall, for Kauai
Chalmers, Alice A)re Mrs. D. En- ports, Juno 21. Mrs. Hodge, Miss
gle, Miss E. Baldwin, Margaret Cook, Moorchcad, Miss Bhaw.
Alex, Case. Dorothy Hoogs, . Stella Ver B,mr- Mlkabala for Maul and
Hoogs, Alfred Taylor, David 'Wads- M olokal gort Juno 21 -Mrs. M. Mao
worth, Ernest Baldwin, Mis. M. Hock- rp' ""' 'k' ' C' "llc
Ing. Miss n. Hocking. Mis. It. Cum- M"' ,llt:hcock. J- P
Ings. Miss Taylor, Miss Alice Bmlth.l por'stmr. Kinau for Kauai ports.
Miss J. I Nowson, Miss M. Thurstop, j,tne 21 Miss Benton, Miss Barnard,
Miss Olbb, Chas. Gay( Miss Town- MlssH. Hobron. Mrs. Julia Atherton,
send. Miss Rosecrans, Mary Bcholtz, Miss F. Forrler, Miss V. Damon, M.
Anna Richards, Alox. Richards, II. M, Fernandez, J. B. Fernandez, M. B.
Molr, W. Harrison, P.. Mackle, Geo. Fernando Jr., F. B. Fernandez. Miss
Murray, W. H. Bmlth. Miss Oraco Cnmara. Mrs. Kaiser. A. Anderson,
Howell. W. I. Castlo Prof. Brlgham, ,J ' "- "" S1"." "'"i'
me8 J k' I"'' JaBr & "7 ' 223&T$ffl8R MUs
mcr, J. K. Walamau. Sam Whlto, C. u Wardmcycr, Mrs. E. A. Jones, Miss
J. Bchocntng, P. Esplnda, F. Richard- l. Jones, Miss M. Jones, Miss C. Jones
son, W. Hanson, 11. Ii. Lewis.
Per O B. 8 Rlerr for Ran rranVlT" Jw11'. i"0 - Nodenberg. A,
Cisco Juno 29.-Pnul do Longpro. Mrs.'
lro .T,,n 59 ' P.,,V t.;; m".
u ..oiiMiru. jwiim uo nongprc, ur. Miss Maddon, Miss I. Ahrens, Miss W.
!!. B. Embant, Mrs. H. B. Embant.'D. Ahrens. Miss M. Williams, Mrs. II.
Prof. 8cott, Victor 8., Clark, W. W. O. Austin. Marlon Austin, Mrs. O. A.
Taylor, Miss B. Weight, Miss E. Man- Harkr, Miss Byler. J. Hurd. 11. Hind,
satd, Mrs. Bcnjes, Miss Ronjes, Mrs. Do- Dunn. N. R Hauson, Thos. Coc
E. Noycs. Mrs. A. Hashbrouck. Miss jLe" " )Vcstfcrv.elHV- Dl,haf. "
Le ton, Mrs. E. Deacon. Mr. and Mrs.'J.' A'e""d"'n .uJ00- n u
r U.H mi., m n n .. n Bond Mrs. Bond, Miss A. Bond, B. H.
J. Nott Miss M. R. Roo, Miss O. ni. J. D. Bond, Miss Lindsay, Julia
Campboll, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rosv Wery, Chas. Zane, Jack Molr, O.Jitolr.
Miss M. Oracc. Mlsi McGregorK Thco.. Miss Molr. Miss D. Oampbcll, Miss
Nlckolson, C. W. Smith. Miss Flem- Lydgite, Miss D. Lydgate. J. F. Inlr.
Ing. Miss Hare, Mrs. J. Roscnberg.l Mrs. HT. Walker. Mrs. S. North, Miss
P. Benilce Cooko, Miss J. Taner. Mrs.M- North, R. 8hlnglc, II. F, Lewis,
M. noRtnrlrlr Mr. v. nnnitnr Mr on.4 Miss Blind, Mrs. J. Hind. Miss Stack-
Mrs B Kohl Marv T Moorfl Mr nnd
mrs. u. tvuni, wary i. sioore, wr. nna
Mrs. G. A. Becker, !iss Sandry, -MUs
L. Melln MV. Beaumont, Mrs. C. L.
Hoogs, Miss Ryan, Mrs. J. Gregg, Mrs.
Noble, Mrs. Werner. E. Horner, R. E.
Herdman, J, L. Lawronco. Mrs. J. II.
Kent. Miss Rosenborg. Miss Wells,
Mrs. N. D. Uoyt, .Mrs. 8 Burt. MIbs
Burt, Mrs. M. Elsert. Mrs. T. Wooden,
Miss E. K. Cowan, A. M. Scott. Miss
Woodford, Miss M. Mossman, Miss
Olasscack, H. W. Elsert, C. D. Miner,
Mrs. C. Dellon, John Hind. Mrs. O.'A.
Harkor, Miss L. Tylor, J. Sterns, a.tFrcdcrlchs Mrs. W. H. Bliss and 2
A. Harkor, Mr. and Mrs. Crossuty, W. children, Miss Frances 8. Smith, Mrs.
W. Klrkland, J. D. Neal, D. Jl. Mossl A- J,- Slovens. Mr. Andrew Bushnoll
man. W. E. Bell. Miss Zlegler, Mlss,B4nd J1"'' Ml" if Monta,su'1"1"
? uro-ui, a m.k.j if -p A- M. Stevens, i Miss R. M, E lings
L, WT Bmlth, & A. Richmond H. T. rth nnul.,r ..., ' T ,.
Clark, Mrs. A. Lyle. Miss M. Walsh,
Mrs. Ella Austin, Mrs. T. II. Crozler,
Mrs. W. A. McKay, Miss M. M. An
dradc. Miss J. M. Barker, Mrs. L. B.
Arnand, J, Garcia, C. C. Hilts, Judge
W. A. McKay, Mrs, and Miss Need
ham, M. Rosenberg, W. Allen, Mrs.
S. Dccoto, Miss J. K. Grey, Mrs. A.
Knight, Miss M. Horner, Miss E. A.
Cameron, Miss E. Jacobson, Mlsa M.
O. Borden, Miss N. Moore. Miss M
M. Cooke, J. R. McLean, Mrs. Me
Lean. Miss A. H. Lycett, Miss Flor
ence Lee. Mrs. and Miss Douglass, Mrs
J. T. Lewis, J. Andrade Jr., Misses
Ruth and Cornelia Gelsscl, C. A. Blmp-
son, it. ii. waucn, Mrs. i. m. Aiea
calf. C. H. Llpplncott. F. F. Wood
ford. W. J. McNeil, Bro. Morris. Bro.
Eugene, Miss A. A. 'McCord, Miss E.
G. Cameron, K. 8. Ltdgate, A. K.
Malta are cue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per China, Juno 19.
Colonies Per Marama, Juno 21.
San Francisco Per Nevadan, June 22.
Vancouver Per Manuka, Juno 26.
Malls will donart for the folliiwloa
point a follows: ,
Ban Francisco Per China, Juno 19. i
Vancouver Per Marama, June 21.
Yokohama Per Manchuria. June 25.
Colonics Per Manuka, June 25.
DU. Arrived at Seattle May 14.
Logan, sailed for Manila Juno 14.
Bhorman. urilvod at San Francisco,
Sheridan soiled from Manila; June
"y """ " ""
'HILO SHIPPJNO at 'tho time of
departure of the .Maupa, Kea Include I
tho Matson steamers Knlerprleo an I
Wllholmlna. the latter to sail for Ho.
oohilu this evening. The schooner
n,,i. . rfii,.,in ill, .
fiequola was discharging lumber at
the i railway wharf while tho schoonor
firlnnrt Knnr-ln wn n rn-Anl nrrltnl
. ,.v ... ,.K..v ....B,
f rpm the Bound with lumbor. ,
BRINGING A LIOHT freight but n
iarge number of passengers the Inter-
Island steamer Mnuna 'Kca from Hlb
arilv-d at the port early tills morning.
SIT herrlT T"
and henvy northeast swells. .
tup mm- ,., ., ' PcholJ J. Miss C. BeUm Miss Ehlrich.
TIIK IRK HAWAII wai r.tllj dlr ,MJra. Julia lletta, Mra A. II. Hnrt.
charging coal biought from Necas -Albert Stender. IL Slender, R, B. Wnl
tlft N 8 y at the time of tho pass- fceJ Wm, Hala, J. 8. Sing.
Ing of the stoamcr Mnuna Koa atl ' ' '
Mubukonu. I JsF"'For 8aIo" card at Bulletin...
Friday, June 17.
Hawaii ports Cascauc, stmr., p. in.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudln'e,
stmr, C p. m.
Per P. M. S. 8. China, for San
Francisco, June 19. Mrs. A. B. Fos
ter and child, II. 8. Clark, Bishop
Restirlck, son and daughter, D. L.
Oleson, Comto do Noverleo, Comto
Poggo dl Borgo, Mrs. Mcdcalf and
daughter, Judge Whitney, Miss Elinor
Cowan Miss W. Well. Nan Annln.
(wall, Mrs. Lorcnicn, A. McKonzle. Col
f'q - m fnhnann Xtw nt.,1 Xt m W 11
W. R. Wlthlngton. Ah Chsck. Fred.
Christian, J. Fnstyth, II. Fassoth.
Per stmr Mauna Kea for Hllo and
I )? rtc.r. TJ- O. DaWklnS. A.
Kcnzle, ,i. Berg. Mr C. Pcd'erson.
v' 0o0, Akau. M. V. Berrao. Herbert
,, xt rri,t, t.u. t..ii.t. vin.
Hopp, M. Tulloch, Leslie Tulloch, Vio
let IUckard. Annlo Lindsay, Mrs. J. M.
Maby, M. Maby, E. E. Barttelle, Alex
Long. Walter Nelson, M. Mongler. A.
Mclnytre. N Woo, R. Boloxnou. E. Hod
enhurst, D.' Makena, A. Ttolmann. Wal
ter Watson, Miss A. Kau, Miss M.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wllhclmlna. for Ban
Francisco, Juno 22 Mr. Chas. Hall,
Mr. W. Williamson, Mr. 11. B. Oltfard,
Mr. J. Evans, Miss Hanna Medoll,
Mr. and Mrs. Mcintosh, Mr. Tv J.
King, Mr. W. P. Cathcart, .Mr. H.
Mr. J. 8. Rcld. Mr. Jan. L. Holt. Mr.
M, L. McDonald, Mr. T. H. Moncure.
Mr. J- M. Lovy. Mr. W. II. Barrlnger.
Miss Craig, Mrs. J. II. Craig. Miss
Ruth Seybolt, Mr. O. O. Taylor. Mr.
Ricahr Kalfe, Mr. J. L. Lewis, Miss A.
J. Asplnwall, Mrs.. J, C Loronzen, Miss
Dori -Atwnter, Miss Juliette Atwator,
Miss Carrie McLean, Miss M. C. Dray
ui', MUs A. Williamson. Mrs. J. L.
Cooper, Mr. W. D. Huutlngton. Mr. II.
A Pcarco, Dr. A. E. Hackett, Mrs. A.
E. Hackett. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wight.
Miss Lola Craig. Miss Helen Lath
rop, Mrs. J. B. Lathrop Miss Mary
McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Clark,
Miss P. B. Dunlop, Miss Elizabeth J.
aillis, G. W. Paty, K. IC. Humphries.
VT, J. McNeil, Mrs. McNeil, Miss C.
L, Sheffield, Miss N. Qulhampton, Mr.
A, E. Jordan. Mr. W. Smith, Mr.
Blacklcy McBtooker, Mlsa Julia Mc
Stockor, Mrs. F. B. McStocker. Miss
J. K. Bcckley, Mrs. M. E. Green, Mr.
nnd (Mrs. Ev N. Hojtncs and family,
Mr. O. A. Davis, Mrs. E. D.Tenpey,
Mr. V. E. Tenney. MIbs W. Tonney,
Mr. and -Mrs. N. C. Foster, Mr. F. H.
g. Emmans. Mr. J. Andrade, Mr. E.
. Bodgo. Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Hazel-
loo and Infant, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Kinney and child. Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
McLean, Miss Helen McLean, Mrs.
A. Oartenborg and family, Mr .F. E.
Thompson Jr.. Mr. Th,ojT H poaoo,
Miss, M. A. Dean, Mrs! J. R. Dean.
Mrs. Oarwlthen, Mlisnr'ACarter,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Moses and -child.
Mr. and Mrs. p. C. Butchartt and
child, Mrs. Alice Brown, Mrs. R. C.
Keener, Mr. and Mrs.' G.CV BCck
ley, Mr. F. II, Armstrong.
, Per stmr, Mauna! Loa lor Kona arid
Kau ports, June 2l Mrs p. 8. Hol
loa ay, Lena Conant, Nellie Conant,
Miss Akerman, Jane Akerman, Elma
Conant, Fred Conant, F. Stelner, Edith
.'V.M8Utl' ,'"?? """ "'"Kr'"'V-
Magoon, J. J.lno IejTom, Capt. .Wirt-
Augutt, Elmer Augusti M. Magoon. U
tef. Mrs, Winter, Mrs. C. F, Hart.
J. A Maculre.' Mrs. O. J. Rbblnson.
...D. .L.IIVKVU, JII,D ,, IHUIIVl M.Ul
Mary Brown. Isabel Brown, J, A. Ma-
K0. Ww Magoon. Lopi Jarrott AI-
'cn ia"e"' MlM CUJk' ", ?-
'h- - 8' W10?:,111!? SW-J"?
Pe ermnn. MlssO. Alu. C..W. Ashford,
u mivi a v im w m ri x,.
n,Ve, m1(ib; Forregt, Rev. V. D. Wcs-
. L.i. ,.-- mi-i .' ' ,....1. vu
lecvi'ii, oiibs vuavun, r. w. rvciieu Jr.
, Mrs. KeUett, Joseph Bright, Rev. J.
IM. Lldgate, Mrs. Rose Kano. II. Kane,
Miss L. Kahoa. Miss K, Puleloa, MUi
Pcr 8,mr- Waudlne fori Maul and
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