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F ' VRf!W6 uBttfffm, atWn.tit.tj, t. it, Thursday, juke 29. 19,10
A A I
! Weekly Calendar
Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Keg.
Honolulu Second (JJrgrcc.1
Hnnnll.in Tlilnl Degree.
Occnnle Second Degree.
All visiting members of ttie
t Order are cordially Invited to
tteud meeting nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at E. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Marine engineers- 5S.b,M...?
HARMONY IQDGE, No. 3, 1. 0, 0. F.
Meets every Monday evonlng at
7r30 In I. 0. 0 P. Hall, Fort Stroet.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
t H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
'All visiting brothers very cordlalh
0AHT7 IODOE, No. 1, K. of K
jMeets ever first and third FrlJ
t oay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
brothers cordially Invited to attend,
Z VM. JONES, C. C.
U O. F. HEINE, IC It. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. MV
' MTa... ...... n . 11.1.J ,
K Days of each month at Kntghta ot
Pythias Hall. Vlsltlnir lirntlirrn rn.
P dlally Invited to attend.
P. HIGaiNS, Sachem.
E.V, TODU, C. of It.
HONOIUTU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
u Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED-J
NBBDAY evenings of each month ia
ritJLO-o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
jweretanla and Fort strocts.
M-yUItIng Eagles are Invited to at-
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
PHONOIULU IODOE 010. B. P. 0. E;
Kl Honolulu Lodse No. 'C1C. 11 P. (I.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klni
Street, near Fort, every Trlday even
ing. Visiting Drothers are cordially
invited to attend.
3AS. D. DOUGHERTY, E, R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM McKINLEY IODOE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Mets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
venlng at 7 30 o'clock In K. of P.
Malt, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brotheis cordially Invited to at-
H H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
1 C. A. JACOI1SON. K. R. 8.
WE HAVE WITH US
j AT THC YO
AT THC YOUNCj.
Monday, Juno 20.
Jaa. Stern, 8. 1'.. J 11 Conev . i.ihn-
,9 F. Rank, Maitawcll; II c McDon
aid, Washington, D. C. It G. Hemlni-
'J son, B. F.j G. Garamettl, Olaa; J M,
Ross, Hakalau; E. F. Nichols, Hllo;
3. T. Rader. Phlladelnhla: E. N
polmes, Mrs. E. N. Holmes, M Lyle
(' Holmes. Everett Holmes lllln c.w.
Una A. Porter. Hllo! Mm r r.n.
I 6.' F.J Mrs. A. Henderson S r, R M
iicnison, Philippines: Win Nichoi.
Jpilo; W. Dlctr, Seattle; Mrs F W
Arouse, b. 1:: Urs. J. MIiMlpinn h
t.; Mrs, W. r. Dlgnnn, S, F, Homy
Ohlandt. S. F.J Win. Ohlandt, S, F,
Xtm. A'rich, Is Ang.; W. A Co
iiey, Llhtio; E E llnrtiiiiiii, City.
Bundny, June 13.
D Q Butcliart, wife and child 1
R.'wall; Mrs Fred Martin and child,
Lriilladnlphla; A. T. llonderoon, l'.wa
' , . Qaturday. June 13,
ME, CJlattalle, WAlliiku. O 8 Ano,
i";jjy A. Jllljliigor. I'imaliiii
'Tor Sale" enrds nt nullctlo.
If ILL REMAIN
(Continued from Pnj-c 1)
I?1 popular md cfllclont assistants,
Thomas Pmin and J V Cnum
Had the nrlgli nl ilecrca been car
rlcd out, theso ou1tln'n would hnvo
taken their ilepnrturo for the main
land the lalter pnrt of September.
Messrs Itotnborgcr, Dunn and Cnum
hnve linn msoclnted with tho Hono-
lulu imvnl station for Kiiflletont length
of time to enroll n bout of friends
Tho receipt of the c.iblo will bo
hailed in good news bv nil who havo
to do with the ntnfl cither In business
or n social way
(Continued from Pace )
biicx to tho rotil, where ho was
found by some Havvnlliins. Ills head
h id been badly briitrcd, nnd both
ears had been cut, ono of them be
ing almost completely severed from
Ovcretid has arrested n couplo of
Filipinos nnd believes that he Is on
the right trdek.
22 8TORY DUILDINO TO DE TORN
DOWN TO MAKE ROOM FOR
ONE 42 STORIES-HIGH.
NEW YORK, May 15. "That's a
nice, noat looking building." remark
ed a stranger ns ho gaud at tho Oil
lengor building, 1 Nassau street, cor
ner of Wall street. "Yes,". replied his
guide, "but on Juno 1 n thousand
workmen wero swarming over the
twont two storlos, nnd In record
breaking tltuo what jou ciHI a nice
building will bo torn down." It may
Bound foolish for an owner to destroy
a twenty-two story building that Is a
perfectly good building Just hocauso It
la not tlg enough, but bticli Is the case
In tho Gllllnger building. New York
wants a bigger building In fact, Walt
and Nassau strcots aro to liuve the
tallest odlco building in tho country,
n giant thnt will tower forty two
stories In the nlr. Tho owners want
ed to stRrt destroying the building
April 1, but threo tenants had leases
until May 1, nnd notwithstanding the
frfel lliat they wero offered a bonus
of $1000 each for tho uxtin monlh they
refused lo move. Hut thoy cot out
Mn 1. and then brick by brick down
In-Ironies the elruotiire to make way for
modern prngrpsR Iho Glllenger Is
ucnws Iho street from tho odlco of J,
I. Morgan . Co. ami Iho United
Inter lalnud and OR L alilnnlnc
books for salo at tho nullotln
offlco, COc each.
"OttW f ? -
(fit I tTrPiHiBgtl'..ii PI
I LOCAL AND GENERAL I
, 1 r I
Aulod,' M'per hour. Lewis'-Stables.
It goca without saying that every,
thing Is Best at.The Encore.
7-Boated Auto f6r hire. Phone 199
James BakerYOung- ltdtel Stand.
Soda water from Lolthead ami
Woodward. 1263 Miller Is purest and
For dlstllletl water. Hlre'a Root
Deer and all other popular drinks
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Boda
There, were only four cases on the
pollen court , calendar this morning,
nnd three of them were sent over till
fut tiro dates.
Hb'Loy this mdrntng pleaded guilty
to tho charge of burelarv Iri tho firm
Megree bcforo,Judgo Cooper and will
no sentenced on Monday morning.
EJ E. Lane, who was to appear In
court tomorrow morning' on a' charge
of assaulting a young girl, may possi
bly hno to answer to a minor chargo;
L. M, Strauss' Js appearing for Lane.
"Anderson Grace, Ma goon niock "
was tho address on' a postal card that
found Its way to tho police depart
ment. The sender of the card advls
ed Grace to, "thank God he was clear
of Jail." t
Maps hae been prepared for Isbuo
to each precinct board of ltccnso In
spectors shorting boundaries of their
respective precincts'. These maps will
bo a great help to the Inspectors In
the coming election.
It can confidently bo denied that
Anderson praco will take part In tho
coming Inter Island polo tournament'.
Tho noted player's leg Is still troubl
ing him, and It Is doubtful It ho will
bo seen In the saddle this year.
Tho smoker nt the llcalnnl Boat
Club tomorrow nlgh't will bs one ol
tho best, and all the nvallablo talent
of tho city will bo on show. The
"Humari Organ" Grace will not be
seen this year as he has another en
gagement. Attorney Light foot had filed a bill
of exceptions' In tho Nakamurn caso to
tho decision of the court. Nakamura
arid several other Japanoso wero found
guilty of being present nt a gambling
game nnd on May U new trial was
A. F. Judd, J. A. Thompson. Charles
Hopkins, S, Mahaulu and Dr. Emerson
hao boon tho men co-operating with
Becn-tnry Mott-Smith In the trans!'
tlon of tho plebiscite resolution and
tho English on tho ballot' for tho spa
'clal' election Into Hawaiian.
John liana, who Is charged with
malicious Injury, Is being defended by
Clem Qulunj It la said that Halm
connected Up 'some sewer pipes, nnd
In doing so Is alleged to havo damaged
something or another; Senator Chll
llngworth Is also appearing In tho
(Continued from Pice 1.)
,them over trTtbo police". Thoy wero
employed as laborers on tho Hono
kaa plantation, and It Is bellovcd that
they proposed to derail ,tho train In
order to got' back at the plantation
on account ot sortie grudge!
The trial ot Edward Clunoy,
charged with manslaughter In tho
first degree, Jms been postponed un
til September 1,
Judge Cooper this morning post
poned the caso on account ot the III
hoalth of Attorney Hnwllns, who is
defending tho accused and who will
not bo able to present the case In
court this month.
REAI ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 22, 1010.
Front 10:30 a. m. to 4 n. m.
D Donatdeon by atty to Ulshop
Trust Co Ltd AM
Kalanlwahlne K Ezera and hsb
to Hattle Kamanoulu D
Nancy U Maholonu add hsb to
J J Drummond' M
Edward K Hunt to Oahu Sugar
Co Ltd . . , . . . L
V A Kinney to Il II Trent.... PA"
D Campbell to Henry Holmes.. PA
John D Paris and wf to Caroline
J Roblneon D
Entered for Record Jane 23, 1010,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
Elltabetb K Dootb and hsb to
Kohala Ditch Co Ltd Can L
W O Aiken and wf to Joe M
Tavares , . D
Jose de Souia and wfvto An-
tone P' Pico 1 . . . . D
Manoel Fernandez and wf to
Leonora Tavurej D
Julian It Yates to Volcano Hta-
blos & Transport Co Ltd.... CM
Y Akata and wf to Edward K
Wougbam and wf DA
Ed IC Wongbam and wf to Ed-
waid IC. Wonchnm -
Samuela Kemohe and wf to Kn-
mehnpirhn InvstmtiCo Ltd,., M
llnwelu hn'd wt In Olaa Sugar
Co Lid '. II
Albert 8 yilrox' to" Prlncovlllo )
nantrtj t,'or. V' ' u
- . -
,ijvit atnuji. akjfc.'
City Transfer Co.,
7AS. H. LOVE. .
FOR ELEVEN DAYS:
(Continued from Pace 1)
persons Waited tho exhibit dally.
The plncnpplo Julco Is tnklng
great shap nnd the demand comes
from people nil over tho Stntcs who
unxi msicu 11 at Aiianuc uiiy. uno sundries. Tho Clnudlno will bp ills
man In Milwaukee tried to get a caso patched for Hllo via Maul nnd Hawaii
of It from scornl largo firms but ports lit five o'clock tomorrow even
could not get any, tho answers ho re- Ing.
eclved being thnt they could not do- ,. .
liver before fall. In thl, eitromltv SHIPPING AT Iho port of Hllo on
ho appealed to Mr. Wood at Atlantic
City, who supplied him I ,;,. Tho ,chooncr obo'rt 8car,CH
in n letter to A. W. Adnms of tho nrruC( from Aberdeen. Washington,
plncnpplo company hero Mr. Wood Inst week with n cargo of lumber con
ndvlsos tho putting up of n lnrgo signed to tho Hllo Mcrcnntllo Co. Tho
quantity of tho Julco ns tho demand schooner Expansion nrrhed from I Ib
is Increasing nnd will bo largo and nolulu Inst Snturdiy, She will tnko
steady within a few months. load of tics for Rcdondo Reach The
Writing of his work Mr. Wood st-nmshlp Enterprise Is expected to
stntcs thnt he believes ho should stay,!.0,11 ,0,r 8nn Francisco direct cither
until after tho nr.t of July as by Zl "'Ll lLZl
time tho stream of visitors will bo
largo nnd stendy for tho season nnd
ho will be nbto to gaugo tho work
which can bo dono among them.
'Should the Chamber .of, Commorco
trilnk this nbsenco too long Sccrcturyi
Wood' contemplates' resigning ns scc -
rotary nnd treasurer nf tho Rlinmlmr.
rotary and treasurer of tho Chnmbor
to devote his time to tho Atlnntlc City
exhibit for tho season.
UF HADDON HALL"
Tonight tho Henry Mcllao com
pany will offer for1 their closing pro
duction a charming piny entitled
"Dorothy Vornon of Hnddon Hall,"
a sister play to "When Knlghthooil
Was In Flower." It Is n most de
lightful story of Old England.
Mr. McRne hnu spared neither
pains nor expense In making this,
his closing, production ono to bo re
membcred by his pntronB The scen
ery and costumes will bo historically
correct, nnd every member of the
company will bo teen to advantage.
Miss Oswald will bo scon In tho tltlo
rolo of' Dorothy, a part that sho has
played many times, and her many
friends will bo delighted at her rcn
dltlon of tho famous part.
The uiunl matinee will bo given
on Saturday, and ns lit Is tho last
matlt.ee of the Mcltacs, no.douht the
house will bo packed, On Saturday
evening Mr. McRao will glvo his pa
trons n trcnt In 11 llttlo Insldo his.
tory ot tho workings ot tho stage.
nnd every chango of e:enory will bo
mado In full view of tho nudlencc.
Tho curtain will go up on the first
act, and remain up until the close
ot tho performance. This will bo n
novelty to theater-goers who aro not
conversant with the workings of tho
stage. Seats for the bnlanco of tno
engagement aro now selling nt Uerg
strom'B. Mr. Alexander Young Is Improving
In health and thin afternoon was re.
ported to be feeling stronger Ho still
Is at tho beach home of tho Young
family, nnd every hopo Is expressed
for his recovery.
"Ono fly is worth n million In
August," sayB the Milwaukee Senti
nel: Perhaps, but n million In Au.
guBl aro not worth n Republican
vote In Texas, so what' the an
swer? Springfield Union.
li IVif 2' or 3 Tons
QUICK1 DETACHABLE POWER' PLANT '
I Speed, 20 to 25 miles- 40-45 H. P. Engine: 102-inch Wheel .
Baie; Thermo S hon; 3 Sneedj; 3 Brakes; Hardened Steel Bush
inB' - .. .' .. .. M-Y -Sfc . -.
Particularly ada"ted for carryinr; of mails.
875 'South Street
URBER KIDL1NO of tho steamer
Claudlne from Hawaii nnd Maul ports
i reported upon arrival mis morning
that the homeward yago was n
lough ono, Strong north winds nnd
choppy sons wero mot with moft of
tho way across. Considerable rain
nlso fell. Tho vessel brought a largo
number of saloon nnd deck pasKcn.
iferft. Tlln frnlpht Hat Infttti.lfwl t
curi,. ..,, - ..... ,,..'.. , ,,n..
127 packages hides an I 272 pickngoiv
last Monday the dato of departure of
(tin slnatnnr fin 11 ill tin In nrit-l A.I mi
passengers, n number .having booked
A FAIR SHIPMENT of sugar will
go Into'tho Mutson Navigation steam
er Nevudan and that vessel will sail
'or Son Francisco by the way of Is!
nn,l I10"" "lls evening. Tho Novndan
calling nt Kaannpall. Port Alien
nnd Kahulul on this trip. It Is ex
pectcd that tho steamer will depart
from thq last Hawaiian port of call
on or. about June 29th She will carry
no passcugOrH from tilts' port.
IT WILL 1115 nearly two weekn bo
foto tho rhtpmont of sugar Intended
for the coast icflncrles Is loaded Into
tho bark R. P. Rlthct. This vessel
nrrhed last week with general cargo
C. Rrowcr and Compan are looking
after tho Interests of the vessel dur
ing her stay In nrt.
THE DARKKNTINE Coronado, nr
ring here on Juno 10th has about com
plcted her shipment of sugar Intend
ed for tho roast refineries. Tho vessel
Is expected will sail for Sail Fran
clsro on Sunday. C. Rrewcr nnd Com
piny are the local representatives for
tho vessel .
SUGAR INCLUDING 3519 sacks H
S. and 3200 sacks P. S. from Kukul
haelo has arrived at tho port by the
Inter-Island steamer Llkollke. Tho ves-t-l
has also brought fourteen pack
ages sundries. I'lno weather Is re
pored on the homeward trip.
1 NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FRANCISCO ENTRANCE
I Notice Is hereby' given that Duxbury
Reef Whistling Iluoy, heretofore' ro
'ported not sounding clearly, was re-
iplaccQ by a perfect buoy Juno ll and
the number changed from "1D11" to
SAN FRANCISCO ENTRANCE
CALIFORNIA. ! Notice Is also given that Ronlts
Channel Iluoy No. 5, a Id-class' carl
,hcrctoforo reported adrift was replac
ed Juno 11.
1 SAN PEDRO RAY CALIFORNIA..
j Notice Is hereby given that San
Dltgo Ray Iluoy, U.S. 1st class nun.
marking tho SW'ly side of tho cut nt
the upptr' end or Mlddto around half
wnv from Ilnllnst Point to La!Ptny&.
ISnrl Diego Ray, Cnl, has gonylitdrlft
It will bo replaced ad soort ad 'prac
ticable. BULLETIN ADS PAYMt'
Wagon Co., Agts.
. .. Ho'noluin,
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAQE EIOHT.
ARRIVEfJ j DEPARTED
Thursday, June 23,
Kukulhaclo and iorts Llkcllkc,
stmr., n. m.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claildlne,
stmr.. n. m
"rY NINE O'CLOCK Saturday morn
Ing tho Pacific Mall liner Manchuria
(mm Hongkong via Japanoso ports
.should bo off tho harbor nnd awaiting
the visit of tho Federal quarantine
and Immigration officers. Tho Mnn
churln Is bringing 1G70 tons of orien
tal cargo, consigned through tho
agency of II, Hackfeld nnd Company,
Tho steamer Is not canning a large
list of cabin passengers this trip nrid
the ngents havo boon notified that
there Is room fdr ono hundred nnd
thirty additional. Thus far all appli
cants for transportation to San Fran
cisco can bo accommodated at tho lo
cnl agency. Tho Mnnchuria goes to
tho Alakna street wharf to discharge
It ID likely thnt tho vesicl will bo
dispatched for the const nlong nliout
flvo o'clock on Saturday evening,
SEVEN DAYS quarantine nt Angel
Island Was chalked up against the
Toyo Klsen Knlshn liner Nlbpon Mam
when that vessel arrived at San Fran
clscoon Juno 10th nftcr thnt vessel
had completed her voago across tho
Pacific from China, Japan and Hono
lulu. It Is stated thnt the Illness that
befell thrco Russian Immigrants Just
before tho steamer reached tho I In
-wnllan Islands wan tba direct cnuso
for exercising stringent health precau
tlons. Dr. Trotter wad compelled to
treat the Nippon Marti ns an lnfcctod
ship nnd this move resulted In n ills
arrangement of tho steatner sched
Tho vcssol wns expected w'ould be
rclcnscd 011 Juno 17th.
' THE ASSOCIATED Oil Company's
new oil tanker J. A. Chanslnr. In com
mnnd of Captain GeorEO MacDonald
'arrived at San Francisco on Mny 18,
fifty four daja .from Newport News,
whero sho wn built. The new steam
cr, which Is for tho coastwlso service,
sailed on her first voyago In tho ecr
vico on tho 21st. ,
, THE, SNOW nnd Ilurgcss, ono a
cllniier ship famod for her speed, but
'now n lumber HCl.oonor. showed old
'time speed when sho tied up nt the
dock In Fort Gamble on May It, four
'da)s and ten hours from San Fran
Cisco. Tho passage from dock to dock
wbb accomplished without' any tow
II. HACKFELD & Company, tho lo
cal representatives of tho Toyo KUcn
Kalsha havo been notified that the
Unci Chljo Mnru sailed from Yoko
liama bound for Honolulu and San
Francisco )cstcrday. No particulars
rcgaidlug the amount of cargo foi this
port aio given. ,
THE STEAMER men nt Portland
bollevu that a number of steam
schooner now pljlng on tho Portland
San Francisco routo will be driven
out of business by tho deal Just ar
ranged In San IYanclsco whereby the
'(ug Hercules will tow, barges to Port
land regularly for tho transportation
, . n
'THE MAT80i Navigation stoamcr
Hllontnn from Honolulu for Sail Fran
cisco and Seattle Is reported to have
arrived at Puget Sound port j ester
day. This vessel carried a full ship
ment of sugar from tho Hawaiian lei
NINE HUNDRED tons of oriental
freight Is duo to nrrlvo at Honolulu
by the Tovo Klsen Kalsha liner Clilyo
,Mnru which according to cables re
ceived nt II. Hackfold nnd Company,
has sailed from Yokohama.
THE S. C. ALLEN has arrived at
San Francisco tho vessel having sail
ed from Honolulu on May 20th. Tho
iAllon will probably proceed to En-
rcKa, tncro to taxo on a shipment 01
lumber for, tho Islands.
Per stmr. Claudlno from Hawaii and
Maul pqrtB W. W. Tajlor. MrB.Tay
lor, Mrs. F, Torres, J, Rego, Mrs.
Rtgo, Ws A. Hardy Miss N, J, Adams,
'W. O. Smith, K. S. Barry. D. Ccssaty,
rMs. A. T. Anderson, A, McSliano, Mrs
A P. Jones, Mrs. W. Doll, Brothers
Frank, Charles, Maurice and Louis, It.
M. Morion Miss llaslda, L. A. Die
key, C." II, Olcson.'Chas, Chllllngworth,
M. Spencer, T. M. Harrison, Lorrln
Andrews', P, S. Weaver, Mrs, Hanal,
Henry Hapal, S. K, Lau, Ernest fillva
lAnnlo Pocioo, Ji S. Ralston.
Malls are cue at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Juno 23.
Colonics Per Makura 'July ID,
San Francisco Per Biorro, Juno 21
Vanrouvor Per Mahuko, Juno 25.
Molls will depart for the follnwlnp
points ns follows:
San Francisco Per Manchuria, Juno
Vnticomor--Por Mnkura, Jul) J9
Yokohama PrrJ Nippon Maru, June
28. J " -. --. .,.
nil- ""- ' T
Wednesday. June 22. t
Knual ports Nllhau, stmr., 5:20 pi
m - 1
Thbrsday, June 23.
Paauhau, Kuknlau, lOokala, Laupa'
hoohoo nnd ports pascado, stmi'.,
noon, " 1, 5
Per stmr, W O. Hall for Kaunl jxirla
Juno 2.1 C, 11. Wilcox, Miss llettcii
court, W. Knsscehcer.
1 Per stmr, Clnudlno for Maul nnd
Hawaii ports, Juno 24 Miss Rodri
guez, Miss S. Kaluo, MIsa L. Weight,
Miss R. D. Oleson, Miss S.JInnnesta'il,
Miss Morris, Miss Alann. Mrs. M;
acholtz, Miss C. Belts, M'ss Ehlrlchj
Miss Julia Belts, Mrs. A. H. Hart,
Albert Slender, H. Btendor; R. D. Wal.
ker, Wm. Hala, J. 8, Sing. s
Per stmr, Mauna Loa for Kona and
KaU ports Juno 24 Mrs. C. S. Hol
low ay, Una Conant, Nellie Conanl,
Miss Akcrman, Janp Alcrman, Elma
Conant, Fred Connnt, F. Btclnor, Edith
August, Elmer August, M.' Magoon, L.
Mngonn, J. Lino, Leo Tom, Cnpt, Wlrtj
ter, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. C. F. Hart;
Mrs. Klmokeo, Miss A. Magulre, Mrn.
J. A Magulre, Mrs. C. J. Robinson
Mary Drown, Isabel Brown,,Jr-A-Mit-goon,
Mrs. Magoon, Lona Jarrptt .At'
Ren Jarrett. Miss Clark, Miss E. Do
sha, C. S. Holloway, Miss Clark, Miss
PclermHn. Miss G. Alu."C W.'Xsfifbi'iV
II. Mlkl. S. K. Pedro, W. II. Rico Mrji
Rice, Miss Forrest, Rev. W. D. We
tcrvclt. Miss Clinton, P. D. Kcllett Ji.
Mrs. Kellctt, Joseph Bright, Rov. J.
M, Ltdgatc, Mrs. Rosa Kane. II. Knna
Miss L. Kahoa, Miss K. Pulcloa, MIsa
Per stmr. Mlkahala for Maui and
Lnnat and Molokal lKirts, June 28-4-Mrs.
O. P. Cooke. Mr. Mclnytre, W.' A.
Cathcait, E. Cathcnrt, Emily Poalil
Miss It. Rejcs, Ml B.i L, Meyers, Ernest
Meyers, Margaret Mcvors, Albert Moy
crs, II. R. Hitchcock, Jr., Miss Payn.
Per stmr, Klnnu for Kauai ports,
Juno 2"?. A S. Wllcoxi Mrs. Wilcox;,
Miss Allco Al. Miss Wilcox, A. ChrlA
linn, Miss Mary Christian, Miss M)
Ahlng Hannah Jacobscn, Annie Per,
rclra, J, Pcrrclrn, Miss Ai Kolln, Ma
jor Willis, Miss Fitzgerald, Miss Law
rence. Miss M. de Rrellovlllo. Mlsti
Hadlcy, Miss H. Akana, Miss T, Tij
shlma, Mary Orote, D. Orotc, A, aroto.
Ah I.oflk, Miss Sllva. Miss A. Sllvn,
Klslo K. Kapu, Miss Dolncrt'. W, Dr'
int, II. Bryant, W. Mcngher,,Mlss E.
Hong, K. C, Ahonn M. Ahona.
Per O. 8. 8. 8lerra for San Fran
Cisco; Juno 29. Paul do I.ongprc, Mrs.
do Longpro, Miss do Longpre, D.
II. B. Embant. Mrs. II.- B. Embant,
Prof, Scott, Victor 8, Clarke W. W.
Taylor'. Miss B. Weight, MlssE."Mnm
said, Mrs. Rcnjcs, Miss Rcnjcs, Mrs.
E. No) 38, Mrs. A. Hashbrouck, Miss
Lc)ton, Mm E. Deacon, Mr, and Mr.
J. Nott, Miss M., R. Rcm;. Miss Q.
Cnmpboll, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Rqsty,
Miss M, Grace, Miss McOregor, Thoy.
NIckelFon, C. W. 8mlth."Mlsa Floirj
Ing. Miss Hare, Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
P. Bcrnlce Cooke, Miss JtTaner, Mrs.
M. Restarlck, Mra. U. Coulter, Mr. and
Mrs. B, Kohl. Mary T. Moore. Mr. anil
Mrs. G. A. Becker, Miss" Sandry, Miss
L. Mel'n. MrB. Beaumont, Mrs. C-.iXi.
Hongs, Miss Ryan, Mrs. J, Gregg, Mrji.
Noble. Mrs. Werner. E. Horner, R'E.
iHcrdman, J. L. Lawrcuco, Mrs. J.' H.
.Kent, Miss Rosonborg, Miss Wells,
Mrs. N. B. Hoyt, Mrs. S. Burt. Mls-i
Burt, Mrs. M, Elscrt, Mrs. T. Wooden,
iMIss E, K. Cowan. J. M.cjott, jfl'as
Woodford, Miss M. idsrnarl, yM,wi
Glasscack, II. W, Etsert, Ci'D. Miner.
Mra. C. Bellon, John Hind Mrs. 0s A.
Haiker. Miss L. fyler, j.' SIviiihVG.
A. Harker, Mr. nnd "Mrs. Crcsuaty, W.
W. Klrkland, J. D. Noal, D. It. Moss
man, W. E. Boll, Miss Zlegler, Miss
L. W. 8ralth, F. A, Richmond H. T.
jClark. Mrs. A. Lyle, Miss M. Walsh,
Mrs, Kila Austin, Mrs. T. 11. crozier,
Mrs. W. A. McKay, Miss M. M. An-
drado, Miss J. M, Barker, Mrs. L. E.
iArnaml. J. Garcia, C. C Hllta, Judge
,W. A. McKay, Mrs. and Miss Need-
nam, M. liotcnborg, W. Alien, Mra.
S. Dccoto, Miss J. E. Grey. Mra. A.
Knight, Miss M. Horrior, Miss' E. A.
Cameron, Miss E. Jacobson, Miss'' M,
0. Borden, Miss N. Moore. MlssM.
M. Cooke, J, R, McLean, Mrn." Mci
Lean, Miss A. II. Lycott, MIbs llor
,enee Lee, Mra, and Miss Douglass, Mra
Li. T, Lewis, J. Andrade Jr., Misses
.Ruth and Cornelia Gctssel, C. A. Slmb-
.son, it ii, wnuen, Mrs. t: m: iea
calf, C. H. Liiiplncott. F. F. Wood
ford. W. J. McNeil, nto. MorrlsxBro.
Eugene, .Miss A. A. McCord, Miss E.
0. Cameron, Kl 8. Lidgato, A. F.
Cooke . t
Per stmr. Claudlne for Maul' aud
Hawaii ports, July' L S.'B. I'ixbon,
Mrs j Paxson. Lester I'otrlo: Garrett
JHughos, IJiila Avurren, Wi Uucklo-, M.
u. uorroa, a. u, t'ascoo, airs.'rtu;
Brady, Mrs. Wm. Bradft 'mhta M.
Brady. K. Auld, OeO. McCOnlSttfn, J.
Williams, Miss B. Lloyd,'" MlssslH.
Lloyd, Mrs. C. Crowes, D. BaylorHen.
ry N. Clark, Geo. Brims. Miss 'Maty
Crowes, MIbb A, Bertleman, L. Hart.,
K. Y. Kau. S. Saffory.
DlxT arrived at Seatllo May 14.
Logan, sailed for Manila" June' It.
Shorman. unlvod nt 8n Franc(Bco,
Sheridnn sajlei from'Manllai .T11110 14.
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