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gYgTTTO BtrUOTry, FOVOVTW, T. H., TUESDAY, ;E 21, 1910.
1 Weekly Calendar
i J "'
I.cnlil Chapter Xo. 2t- Reg
, Honolulu Second Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
' Perfection Regular.
' Oceanic Second Degree.
vii visiting memUtji. uf too
irder are coidlull) Invited to
mend mcptlng nf local lodger
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
( limine ciinuirrnM ucmocri oi
Imnninc tnumtCDi 0ther Atio.
ENEFICIAL ASWIATIOK. elation, cor
, HARMONY IODQE, No. 3, L 0, 0. F.
' Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. T. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. linNDUY, Secretary.
, II. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
tOAHU IODQE, No. 1, K. o P.
r .Meets every nrst and third Frl-i
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hallt
corner fori ana ueretama. visiting
rbrolhors cordially Invited to attend.
t WM. JONES, C. C.
o. r. heine, k. r. a
4 HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
arMcets every first and third Thura-
Hriays of each month at Knights of
Npj thins Hall. Visiting brothers cor?
dlally Invited to attend.
ft P. HtaOINS, Sachem.
ff B. V. TODD, O. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
'SttMeets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings uf each month at
b7;30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
tfleretanla and Fort streets.
j Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
' W. It. K1LKY, W. P.
J WM. C. McCOY. Sec.
HONOLULU I0DOE 616. B. P. 0. E.
.Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, D. P. O.
Glki meets In their hall, on Kln
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ting. Visiting Drothers are cordially
f Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
I WM. McKINLEY IODQE NO. 8,
L " K. OF P.
B Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
Eeventng nt 7:30 o'clock In 1C. of P
Cllnll, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Visit
ing brotbeis cordially Invited to at-
TAYLOR, C. C.
JACOBSON, K. R.
WE HAVE WITH US
if AT THE YJDUNCI.
Monday, June 20.
Sunday, June 19.
Jas. Stern, S. F.; J. II. Coney. Llhuo:
hO. F. Rank, Mnkawell; H. C. McDon
bold. Washington, D. C; R. 0. Hender-
buu a. r.; u. uarumeiu, uiaa; J. M.
Ross, Hakalau; E. F. Nichols, Illlo;
'J, T. Rader, Philadelphia: K. N.
Holmes, Mrs. E. N, Holmes, M. Lyle
Holmes. Everett Holmes. Illlo: Cnro
Bline A. Porter, Illlo; Mrs. M. Deanp,
, v.; airs. a. Henderson a. v.; It. M.
Denlson, Philippines; Wm. Nlchol,
Illlo" XV. Dlctz. Seattlo; Mrs. F. W.
Xrause, S. F.; Mrs. J. Mlddletnn, S.
fc; Mrs. W. F. Dlgnan. S. F.; Henry
Oulandt, 8. F.; Wm. Ohlandt, S. 'F.;
. M. Aldrlch, I.oa Ang.; W. A. Co
neyK I.lliuo; E. E. Hartman, City.
Gund.-.y, June 19,
D. Q, Dutchart, wife and child Ha-
cwall; Mrs. Fred Martin and child,
Philadelphia; A, T. Houdorsou, Ewa.
Saturday, June 18.
i E. E. Rattelle, Wniluku: O, S. Ayres,
City; C. A. Mlllluger, I'linaluu.
JJSB-''For Rent" cards on sale at
MDUt1JlUL lf. IV,
AN 'ORDINANCE RELATING Tl)
PLUMBING WORK IN TUB CIT
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Ho It Onlnlue.l by (lie I'eoplt of tne
City nnd I'oitnly ut Honolulu:
h sunn n unlaw mi
for nny pt'iMiuor persous, nun oc
icorpoidtlo. , to' do uny plumbing
worls for another In the City and
County of Honolulu until he or they
shall have iirst olitntneil n license
'lo do plumbing work in accordance
with the provisions of Sections .'! mill
I of Ordinance No. C nf the City
I mid County of Honolulu, an amend
'ed by Ordinance No. Id of the City
'nnd Ccunty of Honolulu.
Section 2. Any person or persons
firm or cniporutlou, violating the
'provltloux of thl Ordinance shnlf be
deemed guilty of u misdemeanor. a'' AC'M ""', contnining onn cnnln,
nnd upon conviction thereof shall be I thirty-four fathoms nnd eleven feet:
punished by a line of not more than.000 nl Knlawnhlnn containing 4,000
Fhe Hundred Dnllnri ($S00.00), or i"Hiar feet and ono nl Knmanuwal
by Imprisonment for a term not ex- """Pining 1, 3 IG square feet
iceedlng six months, or lij both fine
Section 3. This Ordli.anco shn..
tnke efTeit f.fleen d.ljs from nnd lift
er the date of Ha approval.
Introduced by Super lor
n. v. aym:tt.
Date of Introduction:
May 26, A. I). 10 10.
Approved this 21st d'iy of June,
A. D. 1910.
JOSEPH J. n:nN.
4Gr,0 Juno 21, 22, 2.1, 21, 2:., Si
28, 29, 30; July I.
. V '
FUNDS 1H,L HE EXHAITStM
W1IEX ALL HILLS Alti: PAIK
AOITATKIN A.M(N(I HUSSI.V.S
AM) mSEASKS WEUK, CO.STLV.
Two. Jhousand, six iiuudrul nnd
thirty-three Immigrants h.iv.j b'ri
brought to these Islands lately. Of
this number seventeen hundred, nnd
sixty wero gathered In Manenurla ui:d
night hundred and sevonty-Ilvo cur.o
flora the Portuguese Ishudn.
The per capita cost to bring thoeo
people here was $91.23.
A source of loss to tbu Imiu'.mr.tlon
fund came about through troubla with
inn uussian ugltators nns was con
siderably assisted by t!e iccessity of
mi dlc.il attendance durlni; tl'o v.irciu.
outbreaks of contnglouj dtren-iev
Tho seventy-flvo per cnt of ilio
tpcclnl Income lax whlci win set
ntldo In the Interest ', Immlgiatton
amounted to J294.000. 0 th.it umount
tnere has already ueon expended
1232,000, which leaves but $50,000
available for Immigration work.
Ibero are a number of bllU to be
boiiit irora In reNinm to tlm M.in
cum la JcntUl and when thew nto
s'ttled there will le very imp, u( ti,(J
' AND THEY. H. C. A.
Honolulu. Juno 21st, 1910.
Mr. Editor: In this morning's P. C.
Advertiser tho heading of an nrtlclo
"Cltlien Labor Will Uu Used" In con
nection with tho construction of tho
. M. C. A. building, seems to call for
somo notice. ,
It should In my opinion he remem
bered that a large part of the Cumin
subscribed for the ubovo construction
emanates from cltizons of various
nationalities other than American nnd
it seems to be in bad tasto border
ing on lajiibtlce, to oxclnda their; res
pective countrymen from tho possl
blllty of earning n temporary living
by being employed In somo way or
another In the above, work of con
structlon No action on thoso linos having as
yet been taken 1 trust that tho trus
tees of tho Y. M C. A. will tako a
broad view of tho situation.
It is possible that tho Portu'guoso
Athletic bull nlno will be changed in
tho near future. Thut Is, If a now
mun bo signed on for the second ser
ies; the P. A. Cs. nro weak as regards
fir T1M1JF WfTsl MTTO
h short stop and yet In Trcltas, who I There Is but little increase 1n the
Is ut present doing tho pitching, they amounts appropriated for the conduct
have one of the best men In the Ter-' of the several departments of the mil
rltory, I nlclpal government.
Antone Medelros, who used to pitch Ono of the now Items Incorporated
good ball at Anla Park for the Aala
nine, Is available, and he holds tho
record of seventeen strike outs. With1
Medelros in the box and Frettas, nt'
shoit, tho, Portuguese should do hot-'
than tbey have In tho past.
TMT-"For Sale" cards nt Bulletin.
.v., t,. 1.&a'v'$Vi&,mm
LOCAL AND GENERAL
.Autos, $1 per tonf. Ir.lj' Eufcles.
It gpe wlthoutyiaying that every
thing Is Beat, at The Encore.
7-tiotUed Auto for hire. 1'hone 199
James Baker. Young Hptol, Stand.
lira. C. L. Dlckorson's entire mil
linery stock. Is on Halo nt half price.
. ,.- ,,,. tBtr i, tn itA..Aii..
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427, Queen Bt,
i Soda 'Vralor from Lelthead nnd
I Woodward, 1203 Miller Is purest and
I Samuel Kanownnul has been an-
. ....... .n ...-. ,i , ..unuiiuu
I pointed guardian for George Winkler,
It. It. Trent hns filed with tho court
his flfth, annual account as executor
ol tho estate of Thomas Christie)'.
For a consideration of $15,000 Car
los A. Long havsold to Lena S Holt
three lots of land. Onn on the maiika
Walklkl corner of lleretnuln street
I H T U I t II IW K 111
(Continued from Face 1.)
two hours. Many s!nyd mull they
lud witnessed, tyo loui.drtd imiform
nnces. It- Is thl illouo tliut prevents
us from being .ibl-j lo moriiuindlit'o
thoso 'Mould-be patron. vim i'l'theV
are, unable to gain .idiiiUnlon or o?so
must crumt aro'lild llio' dnor1 of tho
"t predict ib.t somsllilng Will l.nvu
to bo dono (o wards ImprovUu Upon
patrons of the chcup-prlcei. nnd ion
tlnuouti 'vahdevlllo iiouses. th.tr be
causa they pay ten or fifteen centa lor
nn admission ticket, they lira not civ
titled to n night's 'lodging. It Is cost-
Ing tho local manig;r,d A. pretty' jenny
to furnish the hfgH p!ash Va,deVlllp
that Is now to o round nt the ilonb-
lulu play houses. Ilf: now hlnlot
lm)osslblo to make both end' meet
when the larger portion of the nl'dl
enco will sit, through uoverul hours
of pictures and vaudeville urns on n
Saturday night, -vhllo huiufrcU nro
turned away through lack nt fi.i.ils or
oven standing room.'1
There Is some tilk mnong tncntrlral
men of the town to Inceaao the price
of admission to their respcjilvo
Uoui.es on Saturday nlglitv If this
move falls through some of tho places
of amusement may cut out tliu V.r.idu-
villo features entirely.
If you havo the Intere-U of tho the
ater man at heart, you will vacate
tho placo when you have teen iho
show and thereby mnke loom for An
Miss Mary McCabe, second trip
winner In District 1 in tho Yoscmlto
Callfornla trip contest, lcacs tomor
row on the Wllhelnilnu. She Is tho
flrst of the fortunnt? D u 1 1 e 1 1 n trip
winners to start on the six weeks'
summer vacation given to popular
women of Hawaii. Other trip win
ners will leave here under the chap
cronaga of Mrs: C. F. Dcggs, on the
next trip of the Wilhclmlna on July
Miss McCabe goes In advance of the
mnln party on account of the advice
of her physician to secure a change
of climate as soon ub possible, Dur
ing tho month's Interval, preceding
tue arrival or tue main party in Bun
Francisco, MIbs McCabe -will spend
her tlrao with friends. When tho
n u 1 1 e 1 1 n party reaches San Franr
Cisco sho will Join them nnd make tho
Yosemlto trip and other side trips
planned. Many of her friends who
helped her to secure this trip, will bid
her "bon voyage" nt tho departure of
The City and, (jaunty ,Fathc;i will
consider the,, semi-annual appropria
tion bill for tho'tlilrd und lust time at
tlo regular meeting of tho Board to
The measure Is assured of a final
passage, nnd Its provisions will 'go
Into effect commencing July 1st.
In tho bill culls for tho purchase of a
new J1S00 automobile for tho use of
tho Honolulu fire department.
"rln l,n your children In tho way
thoy should go and In the end they
will support you. Cleveland Plain
B AUG AG E
City Transfer Co. ) ,
JAS. H. I0VE; ' PHONE 152.
Boys Industrial Work Nets
Large Income For
An fhn llflVCI hnoalnlilillnnltnHn nnnn
In by every mall for accommodations'7.0. " ;lr"Z T M''- V'.'V
nnd rnmii.n.n. i .i. , ..shipment of nbout nvo thousand lohs
. i , . . "-"", """"
,., uv t-uiuiucifu 111 iiouoiiiiu iiiiriug
July und August, the tnlnl up to this
morning being 130.
Superintendent Pdpo expected nt
the outset thut thoro would be nbout
200 who would 'desire to enter tho
school for thn Bummer session nnd
now thinks thut this- number will full
short of the millibar of applications
to bo received.
Should tho number run much over
this flguro then thn requirements will
bnvn to bo lalsed no as to keep the
total around two hundred.
In 'dlscussihg tho work of the
school department; for the past yeur
this morning 'Superintendent Pone
Stated that'wltlin tho next few weeks
ho would prepare a report on tho
work In till Its brunches to submit to
povruor Fredr upon his return on
July 18. ' ' '
This report will lay' special stress
on tho' Industrial 'work which hns
been done ns tills branch lmi In
creased luigely dilring tho lust year
In both tho boys' nnd' girls' depart
ments. ' '
Frhin tho bovn esnorlnllv linn n
large Income been reeehed during
tho year, tho receipts' from Kuliuku
plantation 'alono for' 'May amounting
to over 'eight hundred dollars for
w6rk done on tho plantatl6n by boys
In the' Industrial school.
These boys are divided Into threo
classes, receiving senty-llve, llfty
and thirty-live cents ench dully nnd
thoy are tuken to thn plantation by
classes. It Is thosW lays who linvo
turned In nn income lor one month
of nearly a thousand dollars, half of
Which goes to theln nnd half to thn
school department. In addition to
learning Improved methods of agri
culture by this work tho youngsters
also learn habits of thrift nnd steady
work which is as important.
Within tho next year tho boys'
school at Lahatnaluna, Maul, will de
rive an Income of about ISOOO from
the cane crop planted upon land be
longing to the school and worked by
the boys there, numbering 121, with
out any outside assistance.
In connection with the Lahalnaluna
school Superintendent Pope wishes to
announce that the hend of that insti
tution desires to hear from all grad
uates of tho school In legnrd to it
during the time they were students
there. Tho reason for this Is that n
largo number of the records were lost
In the nro a few years ago and tho
only way to get them In shapo again
will uo from Information furnished
by former students. "
' At tho closa pf tho summer school
In August It Is hoped that the salaries
of many of the teachers now receiv
ing less than thirty dollars a month
can be Increased by their pusslng ex
aminations' or doing work In tho sum
mer session that will enable them to
The starting salary for certificated
teachers Is fifty dollars a month und
If thoso who do not now hold certif
icates can do work entitling them to
such it will bo a good thing for tho
sonlco In Increased efficiency us well
as to themselves In Increused snl
TIJE AMERICAN schooner ( Omega
Is now out fourteen days from Grays
Harbor. This vessel u bringing down
a shipment of lumber consigned, to
local importing linns.
When you see a girl with a bathing
suit on It's a sign she thinks sho has
a go(od figure. "
As time rolls pn, the still small
voice of conscience' Is apt to become
stiller and smaller.
Whon prosperity 'comes to a man
bis wlfo thinks Bhe must live up to
It and a, little beyond.
Aftor a girl has been In lovo threo
or four times Blm ceuses to regard It
as, u serious matter.
Tho worst thing about wisdom Is
that it cun only bo bad on tho Install
The Carthage woman who blow up
her rocalcltrant lovor at I'ralrle City,
lu., Saturday, took time by tho fore
lock, The blowing up usually occurs
nfter Jlu marriage. Burlington, (la.)
LADEN WITH tho products of Kona
hnd Knti Olslrlcts the Inter Islafld
rteamer Manna I.oa nrrl'vCd nl Hhno
lulu early this morning. " This vnisr I
brought n large number or cabin nnd
71 deck passengers. Included In the
freight 1IM was 7000 sacks aiignr. SUA
hacks coffee, IS sacks glngnr, 47 lofas
tobacco, -Ifi hunchcq liananns, 1 1 ti'wf
lumber, 2S ornloi chlcljent, 2S lu'.id
cnttlo nn.l 248 packagoH sundries. Tho
versel met with fair weather on both
outwnnl and Inward trlpu.
THIS NORWEGIAN I ramp freighter
or American coal Is due to nnlvo nl
tho port dally. ThM vesel li bring
ing ro.il to icplruMi Ihs United Stales
Navy bunkeiH. This shipment Is
iibnut the lait of tho lot contracted
for by Iho government koiho months
NO RAIN HAS fnllcn In Knu dis
trict on Hawaii slncn tho last renort
brought to Honolulu by tho officers
or Iho steamer Mnuna l.oi, Ovei" In
Ilamnkuii light showers nro irpoiled
to nave rallen. Tho Inler-lslaiid Monm
or' met with strong nlndii while at
Punuhnu and Iho gales wcro of such
Intensity that It wni found IiiiikikkIIiIo
to work cargo on last lYIday,
SUOAK TO THE nmount of f.900
sacks consigned to Iho local agency
or Cnstlo & Cooke has arrived nt llu
port from Mahukona und Knwalhau
by tho steamer Nllliau. Tho nossc!
also brought a shipment of cattlo from
Parker Ranch numbering fir, head.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Maul
was nn arrival nt the port this mom
Ing bringing a considerable quantity
of sugar from Hnwnll The Maul
brought cargo from Illlo.
Per stmr. Clnudlno for Maul and
Hawaii ports, June 24 Miss Rodri
guez. MIes S. Kuliie, Miss L. Weight,
Miss R. 13, Oleson, W.ss 8. Hannestad,
Miss Morris, Miss Alana. Mrs. M.
Rcholtz, MIes C. Uotts, Mist Ehlrlch.
Miss Julia Belts. Mrs.- A. It. Hart.
LAlbcrt Htendor, II. Slender, It. B. Wal-
kor, Wm. Halo. J. 8. Sing.
Per stmr. Muuna Loa tor Kona nnd
Knu ports June 21 Mrs. C. S. Hoi
loway, Lena Connnt, Nellie Conant,
Miss Akcrman, Jano Alcrman, Elma
Conant, Fred Conant, F. Stelner, Edith
August, Elmer August. M. Magoon. L
Magoon, J. Lino Leo Tom. Capt. Win
ter, Mm. Winter. Mrs. C. F. Hart
Mrs. Klmokco, Miss A. Mugulrc, Mrs
J. A. Magulrc, Mrs. C. J. Robinson
Mary Brown. Isabel Brown, J. A. Mn
goon, Mrs. Magoon. Lona Jarrett. Al
lecn Jarrett, Miss Clark, Miss V. De
sha, C. S. Holloway, Miss Clark. Miss
Peterman. Miss O. AIu. C. W. Ashrord,
II. Mlkl, 8. K. Pedro, W. II. Rice, Mrs
Rice, Miss Forrest, Rev. W. D, Wcs
trr!lt. Miss Clinton, P. D. Kellett Jr.
.Mrs. Kellett, Joseph Bright, Rev. J
M. I.ldgate, Mrs. Rose Kane. It. Kano,
Miss L. Knhoa Miss K. Pulelon, Miss
IN' FOPeiN roriT
Tuesday, June 21.
SAUNA CRUZ Juno 19: S.' S. Vir
ginian, from Port Allen, June, 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 21:
S. 8. Lurllne, honco Juno 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 21, C
p. m : S. S. Nippon Mam, for Ho
PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Juno 21:
8. B. SI. Duustnlu. hence Juno 7.
OAVIOTA Sailed Juno 19: Ship
KallH or Clyde, for Honolulu.
HONOIPU Sailed 'Juno 21: Sell.
Muriel, for San Francisco.
REM ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 20, 1010.
c Winston to niunop tiusi
Co Ltd Addn Chgo
Tbco r Lansing by tr to Koolnu
Agrctl Co Ltd ,. I)
J Kunputkl (k) to Uliiluul
Keno (w) ..t....' D
W M Mluton and wf to O A
Reeves .i i . . . D
Akula Knl and hsb to Charles
A Reeves . , . . i . , . .' D
Charles A Reeves and iv-f to Tr
of Caroline S Bond M
Jus 11 Castle by ntty und vf to
Kooluu Agrctl Co Ltd D
M P Lechandro mid' wt to C
Brewer' & Co Ltd .t . . . D
Clnus Sprockets & Co by ntty to
I, Ah Leong , Rcl
H F Lew In and wf to Henry
Waterhouse Tr Co l.td,..,,,,- 1)
Wa Leo to Lau Sul IIB
S K Kallmneka and wf to T K .
Tieo V Lansing by1 oUV to Ko-
oiau Agrctl en Liu .! u
Jas II Cnstlo by ntty und wf to
Kooluu Agrctl Co Ltd D
Entered for Record June 21, 1010.
JrTom u a. m. to W.ua a. m
Allen & Robluson Ltd to Henry
Waterhouse Tr Co Ltd.. .Par Itel
Henry Waterhouse Tr Co Ltd to
Chailos Arstad I)
D Donaldson to Henry Water-
hoilfe Tr Co Ltd ,.,.PA
Cailos A Long to Lena S Holt, . D
Edward II F Wolter, tr, and wf
to Lokulla K Holt D
Mrs Kamal GaBpar to Jeo U-
li uuopur io ji-o .jyi.i r
'i t ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT. '$, ',!
. T .rkiuesoay, jur.e i, , (
,1 - . .... n.
Kona and Knit jiorls Manna Lon,
Hawaii ports Maul, stmr., a. in.
Kauai portn Cascade, stmr., n. m.
I, PA88EN3ER8 ARHIVED "7
V'r stmr, Mniuin Loa from Kona
nnd Knu nnrls. Juno 21. Mr. Wm.
afintfi, Mr. T. C. Wells.'E. If. Ilolmei.l Mahukona nnd Kawnlhae-Mwnlatu".
A, C. Alexander, J. Hill, Miss M. Hill, '""-. r.oon, . -f ,
J, Aea, E. W. Hulton, Max Green- "j pA8SENQERS BOOkED t
baugl), A. J. Tnlle, E. V. Todd, Mrs. O. ' aaEPlaE" BOOK&o 1
V. Mnydwell, L. C. Chllds, J. O. Smlth, Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kniil
O. D". Sprlngle. A. W. Perelstrous, J. portn, June 21. Mrs. Hodge", Miss
II. Parker, J. F. Woods, Mrs. Woods, .Moorehead, Miss Shaw. " .
J. 8 Meaiton, Mrs. Menslon. .'!er ?,mr' -M,lklinla for Maul, and
I Molokal ports, Juno 21. Jlra. M. Mao-
' WATERFRONT NOTES . IntJ're, R. II, Hitchcock, W. C. Hitch
' - cock, Mrs. Hitchcock, Mrs I p
A TWENTY DAYS voyago Is credit-. Cooke,
ed to the American lurkcnllne H. O. Per stmr. Klnait for Kauai ports.
Wilder which ban nl lived at San Frnn-'Jnno 21 Miss Benlon, Miss Barnard,
clico, fiom Mahukona. Ths vetsel ,IH " Hobron, Mrs. Julia Athorlnn,
rnmo down lo tho Islands bringing n J'lss. ''' '''"fler. Miss V. Damon, M,
shipment of gcnernl cargo nnd lnni- f.1' :"'!'"1II' J,'. D,; WI'S;.."
ber. Tho Wilder reached the Ca.lfor- l""T' ? Jxr;'J 'XTTl":"1"
nta jxirt yesterday.
PURSER FRIELU'of Ilia Inter Isl
nnd steamer Manna Loa reimrts thn
following sugar awaiting shipment nl
ports of call on Hawaii; Puunluu
;:'IX; Honuapn 27X0; llonol.aa 4r,0fl;
Kukiilhaclo 0320; Pnaulln A.00; Kit'
kalnu 7010; Paauhnii XilUO.
WHEN THE Inter-Island at earner
Hknhnra sails for Molokal U-iual nnd
Maul purls this evening Hint vossel
will carry nmong other lines of freight
tho following items, lti.000 feet lum
ber, 3.r, tans nitrate nnd 30 bnlen sug
THE STEAMER I.lltellko was ro
parted at Ilonokaa dUcharglng rrclght
and the Helcno 'taking nn sugar nt
Pnauhdii at tho time that tho Maunr.
Lon called nt these ports.
FAIR WEATHER win met by Iho
Inter Mnnd steamer Cascade that has
arrived at tho port from Knual. The
vit.se! biought u shipment of 9850
sacks of sugar.
LUMBER ANDOTHER material for
Pearl Harbor docks Is enrnuto to tho
Islands by tho schooner A. F. Coatcs.
This vessel sailed from Hadlock four-
torn days ago.
TOWED TO PORT
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Islnnd where blio will also go out of
Thero aro reported but fow Inci
dents of tho trip across the PaclOc.
On Sunday ocnlng last, Chief Mach
inist's mate Sinclair died, his demise
being- duo to heart dlsesse. Owing
to tho uncertainty of tho tlmo or nr
rival of the vessels, his body was con
signed to the sea. Sinclair was sent
overboard while tho Cleveland stcauv
cd somo twenty miles south of the
island of Nllhau. He was burloil yes
. Tho Cleveland was ono of tho first
essols to reach Hankow. China, nt
tho tlmo ot tho recent disturbance.
The American river gun boats soon
Tho vessels will icmaln nt tl.o port
for ut lenst a week. No attempt will
bo made to repair tho Chattunooga
here. The officers repoit the wlrolc3s
as working In lino shapo.
Dally bulletins of news as well as
kllsputchos passed between tho vessels
nnd tbu Honolulu naval station.
The mm wero paid off four days
ngo nnd are keen upon gaining tio
land niter a long cnilbc. Thoro nro
a number ot habcball ami other nth
letlc oigaulzatloiiH on board.
ACTION IS NOW
Action hag already been begun In
condemnation of property for the
extension ot Illshop street, nnd It Is
hopod that tho work will bo conn
pleted 'ami the streot open for traf
II c from Berutnnla street to tho wa.
torfront Inside or u )ear.
The papers in the case havo been
turned ovor to Attornoy-Genernl
Ltiidsn-, and court proceedings tor
condemnation will be commenced as
bcoii us possible.
With the extension of Illshop
etrcot, much pmperty will bo open
ed up that win bo valuable for busi
ness purposes, especially that makul
of King street.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS,
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Oahn. H'lvL
sine rean iiarnor Dredged Channel'
uoy C, a MclM. nun was temporal-- vt rrop, one of tbe'faruoua long Ills
ly removed Juno 20, ending cample- tuC0 French bounty earners Tho
mod.aV'XnUy t",Cra"0n8 '" "' la'W ' fT' n 1,,"",r'c'1 '
muuiaui vicinny. , thirty-two dnys from Leth Is bring-
-.o- j,. , , x "" lnf a Bhlpmcnt or fertilizer to .11
185 editorial room.-250 bui. Hnckfeld and Company 0 tills 0 tr
!LV IC0;.LTh",?r0 he leP"" Tho arrival of the vessel ut tho norL
nurnben of the B g 1 1 0 1 1 n office. u expected dally ' P
Monday, June HO. -Aw1
Kauri portHJ-Noeau, stmr.,r 5 p m.
H.illu.1 Cruz la Kahulul and Island
torts Mlssourlan, A.-Hr S, S., R p. in.
Knual ports W, G. Hall, stmr., C:30
Tuesday, June 21, , , . v.
Illlo via way ports Mnuna Kea,
M. Cranu, Mrs. Chns Crane, Miss J,
.M. Soper, Miss D. Whlttlngton, Mrs.
0. Blaukstadt. Miss Blackstadt,' Miss
L. Wnrdmeyer, Mra. E. A. Jones, Miss
H. Join s. Miss M. Jones, Miss C. -tones
W. It. Wllhlngton, Ah Chnck, Fred.
Chrlstlun, J. Fassoth. II, Fassolh.
Per itmr. Manna Kea for llllo'and
wny ports, June 21 1- Nedenberg. A.
W. Carter. Thos. C, Daw kins. A. Mac
Kciulu, II. Berg, Mrs. C. Podcrson,
Miss Mnddcn, Miss I. Ahrens, Miss W.
I). Ahrens, Miss M. Williams, Mrs. II.
O. Austin, Marlon Austin, Mrs. G. A.
Hnrker, Miss Syler, .1. H,urd. II. Hind,
Geo. Dunn, N. R, Hanson, Thos. Coc
kett, 11. Westervclt. W. Desha. W.
P. Aloxnnder. L. A. Dlck'oyf D. 'B. D.
Bond. Mrs. Bond, Miss A, Bond, B. II.
Bond, J. D. Bond, MIes Lindsay, Julia
Wery, Chns. Zane, Jack'Molr. O. Molr,
Mlsi Molr, Miss D. Campboll, Miss
Lydgato. Miss D. Lydgate, J. F. Molr.
Mrs, H. T. Wnlkcr Mrs. 8. North, Miss
M. North, R, Shingle. H. F, Iewls.
Miss Hind, Mrs. J. Hind, Miss Stack
er, Geo. Akau, M. V. Serrao, Herbert
Hopp, M. Tulloch. Leslie Tiillorli. Vio
let Richard, Anule Lindsay, Mrs. J. M.
Mnby, M, Maby, E. E, Barttclle, Alex
Long, Walter Nelson, M. Mcngler, A.
Mclnytro, N Woo. It. Solomon. E. Rod-
onhurst, U. Makena, A. Rclmann Wal
tor Watson, Miss A. Knu, Miss M.
Per II. N. 8. 8. Wllholmlnn, for San
Frnnclico, June 22. Mr. Chas. Hall,
Mr. W. Williamson, Mr. II. II. Glffard,
Mr. J. Evuns, Miss llanna" MedelL
Mr. an I Mrrf. Mcintosh, Mr. T., .1.
King", Mr. W, P. Calhcnrt, Mr. It.
Prcderlehs Mrs. W. 11. Bliss and S
children. Miss Frances 8. Smith, Mrs.
A. J Utovens. Mr. Androw Bushncll
and party, Miss Ida Montague. Mtsn
A. M. 8tevens, Miss R, M, Elllngs
worth, Omsted Atw'nter, C. T. Flti,
Mr. J. 8. Held. Mr. Jas. L. Holt, Mr.
M. L. McDonald, Mr. T. II. Moncuro.
Mr. J. M. Lovy, Mr. W. II. Barrlnger.
Miss Crulg, Mrs. J. H. Craig. MIsh
Ruth Seybolt, Mr. O. G. Taylor, Mr.
Rlcahr Knife, Mr. J. L. Lowis, Miss A.
J. Asplnwall, Mrs. J. C Lorcnzcn. Miss
Dorn Atwuter, Miss Juliette Atwater.
Miss Carrlo McLean, Miss M. C. Dray
our, Miss A. Williamson. Mrs. J. L.
Cooper, Mr. W. D. Huntington, Mr, II.
A. Penice, Dr. A. E. Hackett, Mrs. A.
E. Hackett. Mr. and MrsCL. Wight,
Miss Lelu Crdlg, Miss Helen Lath
rop. Mrs. J. B. Lathrop MIbs Mary
McCabe, Mr. and iMrs. B. O. Clark,
Miss P. B. Dunlon. Miss Elizabeth J.
Qlllls, O. W. Paty, E. K. Humphries.
y. J. mcncii, Mrs. McNolI, Miss C.
L. SheMold, Miss N. Qulhampton, Mr.
A. E. Jordan. Mr. V. Smith. Mr.
Blackloy McStocker, Miss Julia Mc
Stocker. Mrs. F. B. McStocker. Miss
J, K. Ilecltley, Mrs. M. E. Green, Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Holmes and family,
Mr. O. A. Davis, Mrs. E. D. Tennojf,
Mr. V. E. Tonney, Miss W. Tenner,
Mr, nnd Mrs. N. C. Foster, Mr. F. II.
Q. Emmans Mr, J. Andrado. Mr, R.
E. Bodge. Dr. and Mrs. II. 11, Hazel
ton nnd Infant. Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Klnucy and child, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
McLean, Miss Helen McLean, Mrs.
A. Gartenborg and family, Mr .F, K.
Thnmpion Jr.. Mr, Thos. ,1L Doami,
Miss M. A. Dean. Mrs. J. R. Dear),
Mrs. C.irwlthcn, MIbs R. A. Carter,
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Moses and child
Mr. an I Mrs. D. C, Uutchnrt ana
child, Mrs. Alice Brown, Mrs. R, q,
K.eencr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo; C. Beck
ley, Mr. F. II. Armstrong. '
MoIIb are due at Honolulu from
poIntB ns follows:
Yokohuma Per Manchuria, Juno 25. '
Colonies Per Marama,, Juno' 21.
San Francisco Per Nevadan, June 22.
Vuncoucr Per Manuka, Juno J5.
Mails will depart tor the following
points ns follows:
San Frsuclscp Per Wllbelmlna, Juno
Vancouver Por Marama,' Juno 21. i
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Jun'-s
Colonics Per Manuka, Juno '25.
Dlx. nnlvod at Sentllo May 14.
Logan, sailed for Manila Juno 14.
Sherman, nnlvod at San Frun'.Ucp,
nerldan snlled from Manila, jm0 14,
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