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gflhmto flttitftm, rWHotW t. ., eWese-at, june a, mo.
Lcnlil Chapter o.'S Itcg.
Honolulu Sccuud Degree.
Ilnnnllnn Third Drgrrc.
Oceanic Second Degree.
All visiting members of tn
Order uro cordially invited to
atteud meeting nf locai lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
. - MARINE ENGINEERS' other Auo
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
i Meets every Monday evening ol
7:30 In 1. 0. 0. P. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
f 11. E. McCOY, Noblo drand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of Pd
1 Meots every first nnd thlrd"FJI
flay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
nma CVi.t anrl llnfAtnriln VlelffTTV
h ? brother! cordially Invited in attend.
v WM. JONES, 0. C. ' '
, i t O. I'. HEINE, K. n. a
$ HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R."M.
jfMeets every first and third Thurs
r?dtt'y ot each month at Knights' pt
'Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
P. 11IGGINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
1H0N0IULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
FMeets on the 2nd and 4th WED-
INESDAY ovenlngs of each month at
MpG o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretnnla and Fort streets.
VUltlng Eagles nro Invited to at-
W. H. RILEY, W. P. ..
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
'HONOLULU LODGE CIO. D. P. 0. E.
"Honolulu Lodge No. 61G, D. P. O.
ftElks, meets tn their ball, on Kins
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing.. Visiting nrothcrs aro cordially
invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. n.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
F WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets oiery 2nd and 4th Saturday
Bevenlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Rcretnnla. Visit
FIng brotheis cordially Invited to nt-
H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JAl'OBSON, K. R. S.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUHO.
Monday, June 20.
Sunday, June 19,
Jas. Stern, 8. IV, J II Coney, l.lhue;
jO. P. Rank, Makawell: II. C. McDon
nldrwashlngton, P. C . It. O Mender
non S. F.; 0. Onrnmettl, Olaa; J. M.
Ross, llakalnu; E. 1' Nichols, llllo;
J.' T. Rader, Philadelphia; 15, N
Jlolmos, Mrs. E, N. Holmes, M. L)Io
Holmes, Evqrctt Holmes, llllo; Caro
lino A. Porter, III!"; Mrs M Deane,
8.HF.; Mrs. A. Henderson 8 F . It. M.
Dcnlson, Philippines; Wm Nlrlml,
Hllo; W. Dletr, Scattlo; Mrs F '
Kfauso, S. V.; Mrs, J. Mlildlcton,
Vy, Mrs. W. V. Dlgnan, H, I"; Henry
Ohlandt, 8. P.; Wm. Olilandt, B P.;
MM. Aldrtcli, LomAns.i W A, Co
jioy, Llhuo; K. K. Harlman, City.
Oundr.y, June 13.
IJ. 0. llutchart wlf and child Ha
wnll. hlra IVa.I Ulnrtlll mill rhllll.
1 'U'"'1 '' .-" -
.ftTii.ll.lf..l.ln. A 'r I ltulirunn l.un.
osiuruay, wiiiib ia,
l P., Ruttellii, WollnVu, (1 BMyrtM,
yf.0. A. Milliliter, I'iiii.iuU.
asjp"For n'nt" e-rds onj
y')ir,,4u- r ' '"
(Continued from Poire 1)
chnrrd outride nw.iltlng tho vIMt ot
the r'laranllni', Immigration and cus
Tho Nendan recohod an early
prnctlnue and cime nlnngsldo the
Oceanic wharf and there remained ttn
til after tho silling of the Wllholmlna,
when the carfio steamer was shifted
to her regular licith at tho Matson
At three o'clock on Iho aftornoon
of Thursday, Juno IClh, the yacht Ha
waii was sighted by Captain Ander
son. The c8fcl was passed at, about
eight miles to tho northward and at
that time the Novadan was approxi
mately flvn hundred and fifty miles
from San Tranctcn and seven hun
dred and twenty miles from San Pe
dro the destination of tho yacht.
'The weather was fine but n trlflo
oiercist There was a moderate
breczo and sea at tho time nnd from
tho distance It would seem that tho
Hawaii was Jogging along between five
and six knots an hour," said Captain
Anderson this morning.
Tho skipper of tho Nevadan had
ample opportunity to noto tho amount
of sail tho yacht was carrying but re
liorts that tho vessel set no signals.
Immediately upon arrival at Hono
lulu Captain Ahderson reported tho
sighting of tho yacht to Will Mcln
crny. It was but b short tlmo later
that tho cnulo from tho coast was
received, announcing tho arrival of tho
Hawaii at Snn Pedro.
Tho Nevadan brought n large mall
for Honolulu there being 376 sacks of
letters nnd second class" matter. A
nuantltyiof Wells Fargo 'rx press was
-"OWng lt the shipment . nvo hun
dred driininofgasollnc nnd n ship
hiclflFcasc oil.- theJN'cvndan brought
no passengers from the coast.
h"Hrfl7islliQ"u'8uar .gcncrnljcargo on
4board3oJ dlfwlmrgrtl here. Including
plamttion-fiilpplle and mercnontiiso
for local Importers.
Tho Novndan will visit tCrinapall,
TObuTuiTTort Allen and llllo before
sailing on a return voyngo to Ban
Francisco. A't each of tho ports cargo
-wllli bo left, and shipments of sugar
f Continued. from Pace 1)
mobile and drole to within a short
distance, of the. cove.
Tho sheriff nnd his assistants then
secured lanterns and entered tho cav
crn. which Is an extensive one. For
at least five hundred feet, tho party
climbed through tha underground pass,
ages, but excepting a sodn water hot
tlo nnd an empty sardlno tin, noth
ing was found.
Tliorp nro dozens of small open
ings that branch off tho main passage
nnd most of theso wore too small to
nllow of tho odlcers squeezing
through, Somo boys who had follow
cd tho police managed to crawl
through somo ot tho openings, nnd re
ported that thero wcro largo cavca
branching off from tho crevices.
After a couple of hours search tho
officers gavo tho matter best, and
emerged from tho cave. They wcro
coiercd with dust and to add to tho
general merriment McDufflo slipped on
a rock and landed tn a sitting posi
tion on top ot somo cacti. Sheriff Jar
rctt laughed so much that ho did not
notlco whoro he was going and hu
nlso sat down hard on a gluo bush.
Tho party returned to town tired and
dirty, and -arc now waiting for tho
noxt "'Saw Oraco" story.
J, j. ,, s i t $
Tho results of n special
salo li. the domestic dopart
nicnt lit Jordun &. Co.'s, ad
crtlbcil last week, demon
strata the effectiveness of
R i 1 1 e 1 1 n .publicity, A
largo halo with tho city trade
resulted, und In nddltlon a
great rjlany mall orders were
received from all parts of the
qeorgo II. Curtis, manager
of Jorrtnu & Co., staled cs
tordny .that hn ulwnya wUh
cd to give credit whoro credit
was due, utul that ha has
credited the results of this
sile to I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n adver
tising In speaking nf the sale, ho
said; ''Our 'lty sales wero
exceedingly large, and wo re
ceived n rontldiirablo number
of mail orders that I belleva
wrn iliin nlonti lo thn d
erllkemeut In tho Hullo
1 1 n '
I i 'i 'I
l aHr""ror Kent" cards on mi-
.tltha.nuiietln.offlce. - u - - ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos4 per hour, trfKls'-Stables.
7-Boatcd Auto tor hire. Phone 199
James Baker. Young Hotel Stand1.
BodA water from Lelthead and
Woodward, 1263 Miller Is purest and
Victor talking machines and records
at Dcrgstrom' Music Co. Don't fal
to got a seloctlon of tho latest.
Mlkq Patlon received a post cap
from Dlck'Cullcn by tho Marsma; thd
clover lltllo boxer sends aloha to
ceryono In Honolulu.
, If time Is Important uso tho Wire
loss nnd aolil tho delays Incident to
the malls. On Sunday mornings- the
ofilco Is 6pen from eight until ton. .
Tho latest fnnclcs In neckwear, ho
siery and suspenders at 8llva's Tog
gery. Such things ns men like who
glvo attention to tho finishing touches
There was a runaway on rort.strce
at noon tlmo today and a hack was
tho ratiso of excitement. No damage
was done to speak f, and nobod)
Ilcforo starting on your Journey pro
vldo yourself with funds In tho shape
of tho cheques Issued by tho Ame
rican Hankers' Association nnd for
salo In Honolulu by tho Rank of Ha
wall. There Is nothing so icfreshlng theso
hot days ns n glass ot good beer. It
Is thirst-quenching and n Ionic. Ypu
will find tho bfst beer served Just
right nt the Criterion, Hotel nnd
ncthol Jtrcots. ' 'j
The Garden Island reports tho cap
tLurd of n bunch of 37 gamblers at
one haul of the net. TJicy woro all
Chinese except one lone Japanese.
Tho enpture was mado at Kapaln by
Sheriff ftlco with the aid of two om
cers. t '
Attorney George Davis became mix
oif up ,ln-rnn aflnir at tho pollco staf
lion yesterday afternoon nnd It result
ed In- a little trouble. Dals wanted
to see nprlsoncr who had already un
caged another lawor for his dofense.
All sorts of threats of prosecution
have been mado In connection with
Iho case, and tho matter may bo nlrcd
In the, pollco court.'
FOR HUMANE SOCIETY
The McRao company Is going to
give a .benefit performance for the
MdJaanoi Sflflely,- Friday evening.
The bill for this porformanco Is
'Dorothy Vcrno'h of Haddon Hall,"'
the well-known Colonial play. This
will bo the next to the "last show
given by tho Mcltne company, as It
closes Its Honolulu engagement next
Saturday and will leave tho follow
ing week for San Francisco. As the
profits of this porformnnco aro to go
for such a deserving cause, nnd as
tle Mcltacs nro certain to mako tho
performance a creditable one, ns al
ways, the seat salo should bo cxccedi
Ingly large. Bent 'reservations can
be. made nt tho Hawaiian Opera
.. t- . ir
lipUBO OOX UIUIU. ',
ctntk nuAQh' l
(Session sales on tho 8tock rKx
change this morning did not exceed
the sales of yesterday, thero being
but one transaction a blpck of five
shares ot Bwa nt 33.870.
lUetwccn-boards .business assumed
a better status than on jostorday,
although but twq stocks .figured In
tho movement" One hundred' and
ten of Honokua. moved ut 18. 7C, a
trlflo below "asked" yesterday. Three
hundred and flfteon shares ot 11. C.
& S.) In five various blocks, chnngod
hands nt 39.70; also a trlflo holow
"asked" on yesterday's sheet.
Other stocks-show no signs ot any
quick Jumping nnd oulctness Is para
mount! '- v
You can no doubt recall tho col
lection of roots, herbs and barks
your grandmother made every fall
for the family medicine chest,
It Is interesting to note thnt tho
most successful remedy for female
Ills had Us origin morq than 30 years
ago In one of theso homo medicine
chests, and Lydla B. Plnkham's Vcg.
ctnble Compound Is made today In
Immense quantities from those same
roots nnd herbs with extreme accu
racy, caro and cleanliness.
CAPTAIN HUail RODMAN, Com
mander pf the Unltod States cruiser
Clotcland now at thu port Is the au
thor of a valuable compilation of a
set nt sailing directions for tho Ha
waiian Islands. Th,o work was Issuod
by tho Unltod BIuIiih navy dopartmont
somo yyurB ago and shortly following
upon tho doparturo of captain liod'
man for tho Far Kast. Local pilots
and coastwise skippers materially s
slated In tho preparation nf tho work
which .while iMilnsr subject to altera
IIiiiih, is rerognlxod ns n standard nil
llinrlty hy mailni'r ilio norld vcr.
Bulletin Builneti Ofllce Phone 250
uuiigiiii jjuuiich uiuvw -.
'Bull-tin Editorial Boom Phone4B8
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE,
WILL BE BETTER
Automobiles to Sunolant Old Style
Vehicles on Mail Routes in
Many Districts Samoa Route
Still Open for Bids.
Hawaii's now mall scrvlco will
commence, on tho first of next month
nnd, according to arrangements that
havo been made, there will bo quite
a departure for the betterment of tho
On of tho principle features In the
now order of things will bo tho sub
stllntlng of nutos for the old lumber
Ing coaches nnd wagons that have
heretofore been-used In the service of
transporting tho malls especially on
tho hie Island.
Regarding tho Inter Island servlcl
tho Mauna Ken will depart for llllo
and .way ports at ten o'clock In the
morning Instead of at noon, but this
sorvlcd "Will 'riot -to' Into effect until
the 12th, as Bpeclal 'excursions in the
beginning of tho month will mako it
Impracticable to start It from tho first
Th'o Claudlno will nrrlvo In port on
her return trip twenty-four hours car
Her, roachlnp hero Wednesday Instead
bf Thursday morning. This will also
e(iedllo tho mall. The Mnmin Ken
will arrive In Hllo In tlmo to catch
tho mornlns train to the Volcano
The service In nnd between tho 8a
rooasls still open for bids nnd super
intendent Carr, of Iho mall service
Is now hunting ,for Frank Dresschler
who, ns reported has purchased the
schooner I.uka from the Miller 8al
vago Company, Intending to uso It on
fhreo months' cruise for tourists
through tho South' Seas.
Mr. Dresschler will be asked to bid
on tho Samoa contract.
TWENTY-ONE FIRST, G second nnd
3 steerage passengers left tho Cans
dlan-Auslrallan liner Marnma nt Ho
holulu -yAlef dayu'PSft tho'"hrrlval of
that vessel from.-Sydney nnd Austra,
Between four and fivo hundred tons
of general cargo, somo of which con
slstcd of refrigerated supplies, was
discharged hore. Tho steamer came
alongside tho Alakca. wharf phortly'at
tcr three o'clock yesterday afternoon
and did not cast off her lines to re
sume tho voyage to Vancouver until
ono o'clock this morning. l( Is unfor
tunate that tho Marnma, 'which jln
roost every, respect Is -6n n jar with
tno .other vessels oi inc u.-a.i i.inu,
hi nn mlreless tclecranh. Accord'
Ing to vhHt can bo gleaned from tho
offlccrs there Is a possibility that ho
tlnlnn fileiimiihlii Cnmnanv wilt fol
low" n the Und of progress set by tho
Pacific Mall, and before ninny months
all steamers plying bctweon Canadian
ports'and tho colonics will bo cnulppod
with modern apparatus for overseas
communication. Tho Marnma was
crowded with passcngors, Nearly fbur
hundred persons aro traveling to Vjn
cpuvcr ' by tho vessel. Bomo rough
weather was encountered after the
Btoamor cleared Suva, and this Is as-
limed tho mason for tho slight Vie-
v ,.i... ,,
lay in arrival at .nonoiuiu.
flKlnir tn thn .'urdmllicnco of ilie
quartette of flstlc stars dn board (he
vessel, tho nrrlvaj of tho Aiarama
was of much Interest and a throng
visited tho wharf 'and tno snip,
THC ASSOCIATED Oil Company's
new oil (linker J, A. Chanslor, In com
mand of Captain George MncDonald,
arrived at San Francisco on May 18,
fifty-four days from Newport News,
where sho wns built. Tho now steam
er, which Is for tho coastwise service,
sailed on her first voyage In tho scr
lco on tho Slst.
THE MATSON Navigation Company
has disposed of tho barks Amy Turn
er and Gornrd C Toboy to tho Ocean
liargo nnd Tug Company. It Is tho
purpose of tho company to uso the-ves-scls
as barges to bo towed up and
down tho Coasti The Amy Turner
was built, nt Uoiton In 1877 and tho
Oorard C. Toboy atiDa"th, In 1878.
THE PELOIANciralnlng ship Is
moorci) at tho foot of Port street. Tho
four masted full rigged snip manes an
Imposing appearance' from that van
tage ground, There ds a shipment of
nearly three, thousand tons nf Alts
trallnn coal being discharged from
tho vessel, Tho date, of jocparturo
whllo not definitely fixed will prob
ably fall on or about July th,
ANOTHER SALE reported Is that
of-tho well-known freighter Lyra hy
tho Boston Tugboat Company to tho
Luckcnbnch cstato of Now York. Tho
Lyra wns formerly oiHiruted on tho
Coast Pha was built In 1901, has it
net register of 3516 tons und Is ro
gsrdcd ni one of Iho best cargo ships
(l)lnK (ho American nag,
OIL FOR THE Assorlntrd Oil Cum
pany locnl plant lias left flnWnla by
jho Kill i Pnlll nfJllydn. Thn iOAse
Is jpftortodit'f.'hnvii Hnllod fnuu tlm
California port yestordny,
FOR GOV. FREAR
(Continued from FaH: 1)
At first when tho Govornor received
in Invltntlnn from his class president
to bo nl Now Haven for tho qunrter
century reunion ot the clnss of '85,
he declined on account of tho press of
work hero In connection with the Or
ganic Act amendments nnd other Im
Soon ho received n cnblo from n
member of tho faculty stating that It
wns Important ho should bo there for
commencement nnd thnt a letter
would explain. When tho letter nr
rlvcd two weeks later It told tho real
reason why his prcsenco wns nccos'
snry, but even then tho Governor lies
itntcd about going.
Ho hns made four trips to Washing
ton nnd did not think It would bo
well to lenve again nt this time. Ho
was finally persuaded to go, however,
and nothing hns been heard from him
slnco his arrival as ho was to let bus
iness strictly nlone.
Only ono cablo has been sent him
by tho Acting Governor and thnt In
regard to tho salary Incroascs under
tho amended Organic Act to havo him
find out If thero wns an appropria
tion mado to cover tho Increase, oth
erwise these increases will not bo ef
fective until "after the noxt Congress
appropriates tho money.
Tho degrco conferred upon Gov
ernor Frcnr today by Ynlo Is an es-
pcclnl honor and has been conferred
upon both Tnft nnd Roosevelt during
tho past fow years by tho itnUcrslty,
Qovernor Frcnr Is the third resi
dent of Hawaii to receive this honor,
tho two previous ones being Chief
Justlco A. P. Judd of tho Supremo
Court nnd I'rofcssor'W. D. Alexander.
r . " ".'
(Continued from Page 1)
Colonel Schuyler and President
Wnldron of tho Merchants' Assocla.
Hon wcro In consultation with' the
Acting Governor today to Bee about
making some arrangoment whereby
tho War Secretary could visit the
fortifications and Pearl Harbor and
still have tlmo for tho merchants.
The Siberia arrives at daylight or.
tho Fourth, and should sail tho sumo
aftornoon, but somo arrangement
may be mado with the Pacific Mall
company wheroby tho vessel will be
allowed to stay over hero until the
next morning, or late at night on
the Fourth, at least.
Should this bo accomplished, then
there will he plenty of tlmo for Beet
rotary Dickinson to see tho military
side. In .which he In Interested, and
would give tho merchants an yppar
tunlty of entertaining him at dlnnei
after the day's Inspoctlun wns fin
THE WELL-KNOWN steamor Aln
meda, which was formerly on the run
between San Francisco und Honolulu.
Is keeping up hor rocord In tho new
nrvlco In which sho Is engaged for tho
Alaska Steamship Company. Tho Ala
meda has established a record between
Soattlo and Cordova of three days and
ten hours. Tho provlous best tlmo
was mndo by the steamer Oregon,
which belonged to the old Northwes
tern Steamship Company's fleet.
THE SNOW and Durness, ono n
clipper ship famed for hor speed, but
now n luniucr scnooncr, snowed oiu
units spocu wnon biio uca up at tuc
dock In Fort Gamble on May 14, four
days and ten hours from San Fran
Cisco. Tho passage from dock to dock
was accomplished 'without any tow
THE STEAMER men at Portland
believe (hat a number ot steam
schooners now plying on the Portland
Sun rranclsco routo will bo driven
out of business by tho deal Just ar
ranged in Snn Francisco whereby tho
tug Ilerculos will tow barges to Port
land regularly for the transportation
IT IS EXPECTED that thu school)
nr0. M, Kellogg will bo roady for
sea by tho first of thu week. This
vessel biought down n shipment nf
railway ties. Tho work of dhcharg
Ing should bo completod by thu lust
of tho week.
185 editorial roomt-2"G bus!
ness olflct, Thus are the telrphons
numbtrs of tho D u 1 1 1 1 n olilos,
MP'Tor Bala" cards at Uullotln,,,
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE E.qMt ,ly
' Tuesday, June 21.
Australian ports via Suva Mft'
rnmn. C A. H. 8.. 3 n. m.
China nnd tho Philippines via Guam
U. 8. S. Chattanooga In tow U. S.
S. Cleveland, 12:30 p. m.
Wednesday, June 22.
8nn Francisco Nevadan, M, N. 8.
S., 7:30 n. m.
Per C.-A. B. S. Mnrnma, from Syd
ney. Juno 21 Far Honolulu: a, u
ncy, Juno zi ror nonoiuiu: a, ".'."""" ''":,"'.;: S "i, , n inv-t,.
nalcombe. II. J. Edmonds. O. Hums, Intm. g. II. "telle, W C. HI ch
W. P. Corbett, II. D. Mcintosh. "Mrs. ! Mr8' J-y p'
nnd Miss Mcintosh, W. Lang, Miss D.
Rroadhurst, Mr. and Mrs. U Prcntlco.l
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. J. Turner, Mr. nnu
Mrs. Ross, Miss Ross, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Currier, Mrs. J. J. Hicks and
maid, Mrs. Furnoaux, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Coburn, P. E. King M. Foley,
Mrs. Foley, P. Lowtry, Messrs. Mur
ray, Ford, Vlnccno.
Per stmr. Clnudlno for Maul and
Hnwnll ports, Ju.lo 24 Miss .Rodrl-i
Kuez, Miss S. IUIuo. Miss U Weight,
Miss R. R. Olcson, JSss 8. Hannostad,
Miss Morris. Miss Alana. Mrs. M
Scholtz. Miss C. Dotts, Miss Ehlrlch,
Miss Julia Uctts, Mrs. A. II. Hart,
Albert Stender, II. Slender, R. R. Wal
ker, Wm. Halo,, J. 8. Sing.
Pcr stmr. Mauna Loa for Kona and
Knu ports, Juno 24 Mrs C. 8. Hoi
loway, Lena Connnt, Noltlo Conant,
Miss Akorman, Juno Alcrman, Elma
Conant, Fred Conant, P. Stolncr, Edith
August, Elmer August, M. Magoon, L.
Magoon, J. Lino, Leo Tom. Cnpt. Win
ter, Mrs. Winter. Mrs. C. F. Hart.
Mrs. Klmnkeo, Miss A. Msgulrc, Mrs.
J. A'. Magulro, Mrs. C. J. Robinson,
Mary Drawn, Isabel Drown. J. A. Ma
noon, Mrs. Magoon, Ina Jarrctt. Al
Icon Jarrctt, Miss Clark, Miss E. Do
sha, C. 8. Hollow-ay, Miss Clark, Miss
Poterman, Miss O. Aln. C. W. Asbford,
If. Mlkl. 3. K. Pedro. W. 11. Rico, Mrs
Rico. Miss Forrest. Rov. W. D. Wcs-
tervelt. Miss Clinton. P. 11. Kolictl jr,
Mrs. Kcllctt. Joseph Rrlght, Rov. J.
M. L Ideate. Mrs. Roso Kano. II. Kane,
Miss L. Kahoa. Miss K. Pulcjoa, Miss
Tor O. 8. S. Blerrn for Ban Fran
Cisco, Juno 29. Paul do Longpre, Mrs,
lo Longpre, Miss do Longpro. Dr.
II. H. Embant, Mrs. II. D. Embant,
Prof. Bcott, Victor 8. Clark, W. W.
Taylor, Miss D. Weight. Miss E. Man
said, Mrs. Ilenjcs, Miss Rcnjcs, Mrs.
K. No) 08, Mrs. A. Hashbrouck, Miss
Lcyton, Mrs. E. Deacon, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. Nott, Miss M. .R. Roo. MIsS G
Campbell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Ross,
Miss M. Grace, Miss McGregor, Theo.
Nlckelson, C. W, Smith. Miss Flem
ing. Miss Hnro, Mrs. J. Rosonberg,
P. ncrnlco Cooko, Miss J. Tnncr, Mrs,
M. Restarlck, Mrs. E. Coulter, Mr. and
Mrs. II. Kohl, Mary T. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs.-O. A. Decker, Mls's Sandry, Miss
L. Molln, Mrs. Dcaumont, Mrs. C. L.
Hoogs, Miss Rynn. Mrs. J. Gregg, Mrs.
Noble. Mrs. Werner. U, Horner, R. E
Ilcrdman, J. L. Lawrence, Mrs. J. II.
Kent, Miss Rosenborg. Miss Wolls,
Mrs. N. R. Hoyt, Mrs. S. nurt Miss
Hurt,, Mrs. M. Elsert, Mrs. T. Wooden,
Miss E. K. Cowan, A". M. 8cott, Miss
Woodford, Miss M. Mossman. Miss
Glasscock, II. W. Elsert. C, I). Minor,
Mrs. C. Rellon, John Hind, Mrs. a. A.
Harker, Miss L. Tyler, J. Stems. G,
A. Harkor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Crossaty, W,
IV. Klrkland, J. D. Ncal, D. R, Moss
man. W. E. Rell, Miss Zlcglor, Miss
L. W. Smith. F. A. Richmond. II. T,
Clark, Mrs. A. Lyle, Miss M. Walsh,
Mrs. Ella Austin, Mrs. T, II. (Crozlcr,
Mrs. W, A. McKay, miss m. ot. nn
drnile. Miss J, M. Darker, Mrs. L. E,
Arnand. J. Garcia. C. C. Hilts, Judge
W. A. McKay, Mrs. nnd MIsb Need'
ham, M. Rosenberg, W. Allen, Mrs.
8. Decolo. Miss J. E. Grey, Mrs. A.
Knight. Miss M. Horner, Mlss E. A.
Cameron, Miss E. Jacobson, Miss M.
(, Dordcn, Miss N. Moore. Miss M,
M. Cooko. J. R. McLean. Mrs. Mc
Lean. Miss A. II. Lycctt, Miss Plor
ence Leo. Mra. and Miss Douglass, Mrs
J. T. Lewis, J. Andrado Jr.. Misses
Ruth and Cornelia Oclsscl, C. A. Simp
son. R. H. Wallen, Mrs. T. II. Mod.
calf, C. H. Llpplncott, P, P. Wood'
ford. W. J. McNeil, Rro. Morris, Uro.
Eugene, 'Miss A, A. McCord, Miss E.
G. Cameron, K. S. .Lidgate, A, F,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, June 22.
SEATTLE Arrived Juno 21: 8. 8, III
Ionian, from San Francisco,
8AN PEDRO Arrived Juno 22: Yacht
Hawaii, hence 'May 31.
YOKOHAMA SaHe,d Juno 22: 8. 8,
i.nio piuru, lur'iiunuiuiu.
THE MATSON Navigation freighter
Nevadan was shifted from thu Oceanic
lu tho Matson wharf Immediately fol
lowing tho departure of thu steamor
Wilholmlna for the coast at ten o'clock
this morning. Tho vessel will receive
n prompt dispatch to sovcral Island
THE DEPARTURE of thn Jnptiiioso
llnor Nippon -Mnru Is Iopnrted from
Ban Francisco ot two o'elock yuster
day afternoon, This vessel Is proceed
ing to Iho coast or Asia ami s duo
lo uriUt) ut Honolulu on next Mon
day. THE SOIIOONEIt Muriel nfler h.iv-
I..K dlHc.,a,R,.,l n Milpm,,,. of l.,.,,l.o,'frora , 7 ' ," " X", '
Hid other niruo nt llnnopn, i re,Vnh. Tlila M.esel I, ft.n shi melt of
k.ii,., In l,n,. s.ilU.1 yenienlay will. .p at iho li W i iVfl3l?Ko
desllnalloi, ns Ban rranclsco. ' 8o.n.l on jff ft WW !f '
m ' ll V
TuesdsV. iuftrm. ',
Kauai ports KlnSt, sltnr.. B p.-Jm.
Maul, Molokol and Lfli!al ports-AMI-
kahala, stmr., C p. m
Vancouver and Victoria n.'nramn,
C. A. 8. 8., 12 midnight.
Wednesday, June 21. h
San Prnunclscc WJlhclmlnn,
S. S., 10 n, m.
PA8SENQER8 BOOKED I
Per stmr. Mlkahaln for Maul and
Moloknl ports, June 21. Mrs. M. Mao-
pcr tmr K)nft or KnUtt jxts.
j,lno 21 Miss Ronton, MIbs DarnirJ,
Miss II. Hobron, Mrs. Julia Athorton,
Miss P. Ferrter, Miss V. Damon.' M.
M. Fernandez, J. D. Pomander, MI n.
Fornandcx Jr., P. n.i Pernnndcr, Mlsit
N, Camnro, Mrs. Kaiser. ,A. Anderson,
M. Crano, Mrs. Chas TJrane, Miss J.
M. Soper, Miss D. Whlttlngton, tint.
O, Dlackstadt, Miss RUckstndt, Mls
L. Wnrdmcyer, Mrs. PA. Jones, Mlsa
II. Jones, Miss M. Jones, Miss C. Jme
w. H. Wlthlngton, Ah cnacK, rcu.
Christian. J. lassotn.M. rassoin.
Per, rtmr. Maunn Ken for H"1"""1
way pons, juno n .. ucuuv.b, ...
W. Carter. Thos. C. Dawklns. A. Mac-
Kcnzlo. II. Rerg, Mrs; CT ronerson.
Miss Madden. Miss I. Ahrcns, Miss W.
D. Ahrqns, Miss M. WJMIamsM,rs, .
0. Austin. Marlon Austin. Mrs. 0. A.
Hnrkcr, Miss Sylcr, J. Hurd, H. Hind,
Geo. Dunn. N. R. Hauson, Thos..,Coo
kott..H. Wcstorvelt, ,W. Dosha. W.
P. Alexander, L. A.' DIckjey, Dr. R. D.
Ilond, Mrs. Rond, Miss A. Ilond, 1). II.
Dond, J. D. Bond, Miss Lindsay, JUlla
Wery, Chas. Zane.'JackiMolr, G. Molr,
Miss Molr, Miss D. Campbell, Miss
Lydgate. Miss D. Li'dtfato, J, P. Molr.
Mrs. H. T. Walker. Mrs. 8. .North. Miss
M. North. R. Shingle, II. P. Lewis,
Miss Hind, Mrs. J. Hind, Miss 8thck
or, Geo. Aknu, M. V. Serrao, Herbert
Hopp. M, Tulloch, Leslie Tulloch, Vio
let Rlckard. Annie Lindsay Mrs. J. M.
Mali)-. M. Moby. E. E. Barttdllo, Alex
Long, Walter Nelson, M.-Mengler. A.
Mclnytro. N Woo, R. Solomon, B. Rod
enhurst, D. Makenn,.A. RcJmnnir. Wal
ter .Watson, Miss A. Kati, Miss M,
"opp. ,:'KH' .
Pcr M. N. 8. 8. WIlhoMpS. for Ran
Franclfco. Juno 22.-TMt, Ohas. Hall,
Mr. W. Williamson, Mr. H.H. Olffnrd.
Mr. J. Evans, Miss Hanna Model!,
Mr. unl Mrs. Mcintosh, Mr. T. J.
King, Mr. W. P. Calhcart. Mr., II.
Frcdcrlchs. Mrs. W. II. Bliss and 2
children. Miss FrancesB.'BnUWMr8.
A. J. Btcvons. Mr., Andrew, Bushncll
and party, MIbs Ida Montague, Miss
A. M. Stevens, Miss It. M. Elllngs
worth. Omsted Atwater, C. T. Pltz,
Mr. J, 8. Hold, Mr. Jas. L. Holt. Mr.
M. L. McDonald, Mr. T. II. Moncure.
Mr. J. M.jLovy. Mr. W. II. Harrlngor.
Miss Craig, Mrs. J. II. Craig. Miss
Ruth Eeybolt, Mr. O. 0. Taylor. Mr.
Rlcahr Kalfp, Mr. J. L. Lowls, Miss A.
J. Asplnwall. Mrs. J. 0 Lorenzcn, Miss
Dora Atwater. Miss Jullotto Atwater,
Miss Carrlo McLean, Miss M. C. Dray
eur. Miss A. Williamson. Mrii. 4. L.
Coopor, Mr. W. D. Huntington, Mr. II.
A. Pearco, Dr. A. E. Hackett, Mrs. A.
E. Hackett, Mr. nnd MrB. C. L. Wight,
Miss Lela Craig. Miss Holen Lath
rop, Mrs. J. B. Lalhrop Miss Mary
McCabo, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. O. Clark,
Miss P. B. Dunlop, Miss Elizabeth J.
Olllls, (1. W. Paty, E. K. Humphries.
W. J. McNeil, Mrs. McNeil, Mlos C.
L. Shof.leld, Miss N. Qulhampton. Mr.
A. E. Jordan. Mr. W. Smith, Mr.
Blacklcy McStockcr, Miss Julia Mo
Blocker, Mrs. P. B. McStocker. Miss
J. K, Bcckley. .Mrs. M. E. Green, Mr.
and Mrs. E. N. Holmes and family,
Mr. 0. A. Davis, Mrs. E. D. Tenney,
Mr. V E. Tennoy, Miss W. Tcdney,
Mr. and Mrs, N. C. Foster, Mr. P. II.
G. Emmans Mr. J. Andrude. Mr. E.
B. Bodgo, Dr. and Mrs. II. H. Imzel
ton and Infant. Mr. and Mrs. W. .A.
Kinney and child, Mr. nnd. Mrs. J. L.
McLean, Miss Helen McLean, Mrs.
A. Gartenbcrg nnd family, Mr .P. E.
Thompron Jr.. Mr, Thos. II. Doano,
MIbs M. A. Dean. Mrs. J. It. Dean,
Mrs. Carwithcn, Miss R, A. Carter,
Mr and Mrs. E. 11. Moses and child.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Butchart and
child. Mrs. Allco Brown. Mrs. R. C.
Keener, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C, Deck.
loy, Mr. Y. II. Armstrong.
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall, for Iaunl
ports, Juno 22. Mrs. Hodge, Miss
Mooichead, Miss Shaw. '
Malls aro due "at Honolulu from
points as follows!-'
Yokohama Pcr Manchuria. Juno 25.
Colonies Pcr Makurn, July 19. 1
Ban Francisco Pcr Blerra, Jun 21.
Vancotivor Per Manuka, Juno 2fy
Malls will depart for the follawlni
points as follows: '
San Fiaucluco Per Manchuria, juuo
Vancouver Pcr.-Makurn, July 19j
Yokohama Per .Nippon Maru, lluuo
Colonies rcr Manuka, Juno.25. I
Dix, nrrlyeo at'Beatllo May 14. '
Iigan. sailed for Manila June 14.
Sherman, arrived at San Francisco,
Sherjdan sailed from Manila. Juno It.
THE MATSON Navigation steamer
Lurllno sailing from Honolulu, on tho
evening of Juno 13lh with small
list of passengors lint n largo ship,
ment of sugar Is reported to two ar
rUtd nt 8n Francisco yesterdoy.
TWELVE days slenmlng brought
Hio Hi IIIhIi fri'lKliler Hnlnt DuriKlaii
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