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RVTSNTNO DOLLBTIW, ITOWOtTTLTJ, T. It.,' FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910.
Lcnhl Chapter '. - llcg-
Honolulu Second Degree.
WEDNESDAY: " '
Hnnnllaii Tlilrd Degree.
All visiting members o( tne
Order are cordially Invited to I
attend meeting of locai lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
nt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
' llintup ptimrrftftt Jucmucis vi
uninc cnomLcna , ..
-HARMONY IQDGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday ovenlng at
7:30 lu I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Streou
E. R. HENDIIY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
All vltltlng brothers very cordial!)
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. ol-JS?i
i .-. -
Meets every Drat and third Krl-l
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
eornor Fort and Herotnnla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend
VM. JONES. C. C.
: 0. F. HEINE, K. n. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
, Meets every first and third Thurs-
days ot each month at Knights-of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothors cor
dially Invited to attend. -
P. HiaaiNS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R. r
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. X,
Meets on the 2nd ,and 4th WED
l;NESDAY evenings of each month at
1.4A 1..l. In ir n Unit nAi-
n'er..Bni nnrt wn'n ..reel,. '
1 -'-Visiting Eagles aro Invited to aU
W. R. RILEY, W. P.
' WM. C. McCOY, Sec.' - s
HONOLULU LODQE010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 610,' D. P. 6.'
Elks, meets In tbelr hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUCUERTY. E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Soc.
WM, MoKINLEY LODGE -NO. 8,
' ' Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:20 o'clock In K. o( P.
Hall, cor Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brotbeis cordially Invited to at-
A. TAYLOR, C. C.
A. jAcodson, K. R. S.
ADELINE OCNEE, FAMOUS DANC
i ER, TO DESERT STAGE,
LONDON, June 5 Adeline Genee.
tho groatost dancer that ever visited
America, Is going lu du'erl the stage
for married Ilfo Adeline (lenuo dur
Ingnhur tlirui- visits to tho Dnlied
States danced her way Into tho hearts
,j , iJgtf "For Hsni" csrui on saiv '
i, J thoiBullctln office,
4 (Continued from Pace 1)
weio ollglblo to tie honlestcaded.
Also that All lot's In I lie city should
bo advertised n shorter time In tho
papers hero, as they were only for
Notice Is to ho Inserted In adver-
tlsomchts Hint anyone who desires to','",. ' ,
object to (he inlc of lots by auction ' "" J",.!,..
or allotment may do so, and In this L ; , .
way evoryone will have nn equal
chance nt them.
Tho board desires to experiment
witty the nllottncnt principle and has
selected the Mnkliil lots for (his pur
pose, which will bo drawn nt the ap
praised value by .thoro who put In
In tho past when lotu lor home
steads have been put up nt auction
they have been hid up to ten times
their nppra'lsod vnlue by exc'ltedcoh.
tcstnnts who desired them very
This plan Is bad for the Territory
and bad for tho homesteader who
pays several times the real value of,
tho lot, and If the allotment 'plan,
whero everyone has an equal chance
In the drawing, Is successful, lt(wlll
do away with this Injustice.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works has n plan whereby a small
tract of land cat: be exchanged with
property owners In Kalmukt and tho
wholo crater mado a part bf'tho'rmu
He park which has already been'
started out there, but this question
was not discussed formally at the
Chalrnmn Carter and ,Mr. Kinney
wcro absent from the meeting lo
day, and Mr. Ilrown wns appointed'
chalrmnn of the meeting.
Ten principals nndu bevy of pretty
chorus girls, members of tho Casino
'Musical Comedy Company, who aro
under contract to Joseph Cohen of
the! New Orpheum, arrived this morn
Ins on the 8. S. Sierra. The com-,
fiiny Is headed by Mies .Maud Rock.
Well, a prima donna of musical com
edy fame, whoso wonderiul voice, and
pretty face have won for her a placo
In tho front ranks of the profession
Resides Miss Rockwell there nre four
other stars, all of whom arc well
knownthroughout tho Stntcs.
jIhojiew company is under
direction of Frank n. Hlalr, who for
years occupied tho important post
tion ot producer nt the Casino, New
YorJu. J. Harry Stewart. Harris Mc-
ftJiiTre.iiurry-Garrlly and Carlton
Chaso aro among the male members
of the company;
ThoTJasIuo players will make
their Honolulu debut next .Monday
In. the tuneful and hilarious musical
comedy, ''Tho Telephone Girl,"'
Among tho members of tho Casino
Musical Comedv Comnnnv aro Harry
Stewart, Carlton Chase. Harris Mc-
Oulre, Harry Garrlly, Frank Hlalr,
Maud Rockwell, Elsie S huyler, ulga
Steck, Laurel Atkins. Ethel Canfleld.
Vol ma Steck, Ilcth Lang, Mary Alns-
lee, Etbcl Haines, Rita Abbott,
Evelyn Shaw, Gladys Clifton, Hatol
Hall, .Mazle Nlpert and Edith Catlw
OVER FOUR thousand tons of coal
consigned to the United Statos naval
station nas arrived at tho port by
tho Norwegian frclghtor Torsdal. This
vessel' was seventy days in making
tho passago from Baltimore whero
tho shipment of coal was taltcn
aboard. Tho Torsdal met with some
vory nasty weather In rounding South
America. For I wo days gales and
heavy seas kopt tho steamer back'.
Uio green water sweeping her decks
as sho nearcd tho Straits f Ma'cellan.
Tho vesRci wll commence to dlsi
chargo coal at thu naval bunkers!
When tho work Is completed th
steamer may bo sent to Australia for
UNDER A TIME charter of J:800 a
month, tho British steamship River?
dale was to arrive nt Portland early Id
Juno to load lumber for North China,
Sho Is from tho Philippines, whoro she
recently arrived Jroni Newcastle,, N,
S. W w(th a1 carpo of coal. Tho
steamer la of' 3752 tons not' register
lind wl take out'.allput 3,600,000 feel
ot prcgon ll r. SIih is in command of
Captain Hay, '
TUB .PACIFIC Mall liner Manchu;
rla .from Hongkong via Japan ports
1$ ilu0 to nirlvo off the port at about
nine o'clock tomorrow morning The
vessel will louvo ntteon hundred tons
of orlvnlnl" cargo.' The vessel Is ox'
pected to sail for San Francisco a)
rivo o'clock the samo ovvnnlg.
HKFQnt: SAILING for Kona and
Kau ports at noon today the Inlor
Island iftoamcr Muuna Ai underwent
Homo ii)nor repairs. The steamer
carried ahrjinumially largo list of cab
In and stcerugu passengers.
TWO IIUNDItF.I) hacks of later
iiialiiluiid liuill nrrlvod nt tho port
this iiinriiliui by tho Orennlit ulenur
ship Sierra. The vtiuel brought am-
sldorublo exprofcs imitter,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Au)qs, 4 per hour. Lewjs' Stable.
Jt co?s Without saying that every
thing Is Dest at The Encore.
For fireworks of alt kinds, go to
Wall, Nlchojs Co., Ltd.
7;8oatca" Auto, for hire, rhone 199
JnrnesDakor, Young Hotel Stand.
Boda'walor "from Lclthead and
Woodwar,d,, 1263 Miller, Is purest and
SergeantBarry returned from Mftul
yesterday,- and ho Is once moro run
ning around getting tho ball players
cd water. Illro's Root
Beer, and all other popular drinks!
King up pnono ji. uonsoiidatcd Soda
Tho performance nt the OpeM
House tonight by the McRacs Is
given for the benefit of tho Human
Society and Is worthy of all patron
agcr Full adult prices will bo charged
for' every admission Co the 'fifteen cchi
sections .of the Empire Theater for
night performances excepting children
The Unlon-I'acinc Transfer Co., tele!
phone 68, make a specialty of wood
;der ,,,,.,, w,(h thcm w conVnco
ana coal ror family trade. A trial or
you of tho superiority of their fuel.
rhlljljis, tho soldier who Is In cits
tody' at present' and charged with
pointing ix rcvovcr at a woman down
In.iwiiei,. will npjH'ar In court on Mon
day morning and answer to tho
A man was, taken to tho Qucch'it
Hospital this afternoon and a wound
iVhls head wss treated'. It appears
that ho and hls-'w'lfo had had a row
and tho woman' bad hit her husband
over the head wth a.lamp.
Tho .strictly up to date woman will
be pleased with tho black cravanctte
shoe for sale by tho Manufacturers'
Shoe Co., 1051 Fort street. These shoes
are mado of black cravanotto cloth and
aro soft and pllablo and easy to clean.
Oily secretions In' tho pores of tho
skin cauio black heads and pimples.
Keep the pores freo from dirt and you
will have a clear comptoxlon. Thoro,
the powilorcd r,oap andcorn meal, sold
at penson, Smith & Co.'s storo will
This afternoon at about one o'clock
a small boy named .Maka was knock
ed down by a , motorcyclist on Queen
street. Tho lad. was not hurt much
and. as .It was h'ls own fault that he
was. hit, no proceedings were taken
In the case.
.Continued from Pace 1.)
Another Interesting feature of tho
program, was, tho doll drill by "little
Board of Supervisors.
jAsldo from principal J. O. Davis, the
school management Is under iWb
School Boar'd of Buporvlso'rB. Thoro
aro six members, of the board, which
consist of Miss Thomas, Miss Ka
namu, Miss Daniel. Mr. Tcshlma, Mr.
Pcrrcira and Mr. Kahn.
Praise for Davis.
Tho parents of tho students of tho
Royal SchooT wlio attended tho exer
cises this morning said that they were
glad that their children obtained their
education under the tutorship of prln.
clpal ,Davls. They dlso bad words ot
pr,alsc for tho other members of fa
The teachers' names under nrlncl-
pal Davis' are! Mrs. Brown, .Mrs., Mar-
celllno. Miss I.add, MIsb Lycett, Miss
Angus, MIbs Blndt.'Mlss Douglas, Miss
Browning. Miss .Grace, Miss .McLaln.
Miss Pllkol, Miss Robertson, Miss
Morrison Miss Goo. Kim, Miss Tancr,
Miss Whlteman and Miss Paxto'n.
Some of tho, graduates will enter the
Normal, while the rest will go' out
In the world to niako their marks.
T)io Royal School closed Its work with
bucccss and prosperity.
Following Is the program for the
Opening Chorus Magnify Jeho-
' vah's Name ..... ; Class
Address . r-..,..,. .Jubilee Lukelu
Dance rPop Goes ttho Weasel....
.' Room 1
Song The Ltttlo .Housowlfo ....
.... Room 2
Doll Drill LtttU. Nurses... Room 3
Hawaiian Song Halona Class
Japanese Kan Drill (Kimono)
Maids of Japan Room ',7
Gymnastic Drill Room .4
Work Soog' Room S
Too Lit tin H6usekeepers,..,Room ,0
.Hawaiian Songi lla lllkl No Me ,
au , t...iae
Reclta,tlon Our Duty to the .Re
public t.Ben .Wlllanif
Tho Llttlo Army .Rooiii.Q
Swing Song, Hoouis'i) and 10
Itecitation , .uoriruuo wong
Chorus jFlowerB of Spring (Ro-' j
(urii)ng , ..."Clas
Scarf Drill Room 11
Indian Clubs Room 13
MoUon Sqnr The Fiifier'airls. .
' (. !'....... Rooms 15 and 14
Hlcoplng lieu ll I)', , . ,.,.,,, Itoom 13,
Itecltatlpil-rlli-hllijl Time .......
'. . . .". X . . .'. . .' 'Kilwin Viillaninhn
Hoiik nnd I'autiimlinf- Hjick 'fp In !
.file'eji. ,..',,,.', .'Itooiim 17 nnd Is
CIikIiir Kong Our' Htnrry llnnner (
I tf I
City Transfer Co.,
JAB. H. I07E.
HANS BENSON and John Larson.
two ,8an Pedro fisherman, ,aro c.ld
by tho Mexican authorities nt Ense-
nadn under suspicion of being ronnon
slblo for tho death of Tetrr Hanson.
Ncwa of their being held In a Mexi
can prison was brought to San Po
dro 'by Captain J, B. Swcnsen, mas
ter of the sloop Yankee Boy. Whllo
working In a small boat on8anto
Tomas with Benson' and Larson, Han
Bon was drowned. Tho body was
buried on tho shoro and no suspicion
of 'foul play waB attached to the two
men tinder arr est by th'o other mem
bers of tho crew. A few days later;
howc'Vei1, "tho Mexican authorities be
camo suspicious and Benson and Lar
son were 'taken into custody pending
nn Investigation.' '
THE BIG NEW United Statos naval
collier Prometheus which recently ar
rived on tho Pacific coast has been
deslgnatedto como to Honolulu and
tow tho disabled' cruiser Chattanooga
to Puget 'Sound navy yard. The ves
sel Is scheduled to ro out of com
mtcslon upon arrival there. Tho
Cleveland and tho Chattanooga aro
taking on con! and supplies prepar
atory to 'getting nway. Tho Cloveland
will go but of commission at Mnro
Island. Tho Prometheus Is said to bo
well adapted for Iho work of towing
the cruiser- to Puget Sound. At any
rate the feat can much hotter bo
accomplished by iho collier than wcro
It attempted by the cruiser Cleveland,
Is tho opinion of local naval officials.
CAPTAIN George I'lltx will osusmo
command of the bark Aldcn Bcsso
when that vessel Balls for 8an Pc-
dro. Southern California, tho last of
noxt week. Captain Miller will re -
main ashore, as ho has buslntwsMn-
tcrcsts hero that will prevent his
making tho trip across the Pacific,
Captain Plltz ' Is an old South Sea
trader. For twenty years ho oper
ated vessels In and among tho Islands
of tho Southern Seas and at ono tlmd
In his career ho was rated a vory
wealthy. Captain Plltz of tho Inter-
Li . ,, 4
I WATERFRONT NOTES WATERFRONT. NOTES
Island service Is a son. Tho Aldon ,rom H-" n-munmmo nl AnRcl IB"
desso Is expected will take a good ""'' " ihe artemoon of Juno 17th. Tho
sized cargo to tho mainland Includ- s"n Francisco newspapers claim that
Ing nBhlpmcnt of pineapples, rlco ami"1'5 PMengoni havo completely ab-
THE 8TEAMER8 l.yfa' And Plei
ades, of the Boston Tawboat Com
pany, tho latter running iiiTder char
ter to tho American-Hawaiian Com
pany between the Coast and tho Ha
waiian Islands, hro.on'lho market, ac
cording to tho ..annual report of tho
company. Tho Boston Towboat Com
pany recently disposed of tho steam
er Hyadcai tothc Matson Navigation
Company for '225l00. It Is report
ed that several Inquiries havo been
recoiveo, wmen may n . to u.o
Lyra and Pleiades hanging hands.,
OFF TO A missionary gathering to
bo held nt Knllua, Bbmo soventy pas-
sengers will sail for the Hawaii port
at .thrco o'clock this nftcrnoon, Tho
occasion Is tbo cclobrallon'of tho 90th
anniversary of the Ian ilng of ' tho first
missionaries In the Islands. The party
win inciuuo ueicgatcs :rom an ovor.jHBOu Bay w th lumber. Tho Grigs
the group. '
ACCORDING TQ advices received
at the' local agency of tho American
Hawaiian lino the' .freighter Arlzonan
sailed from Sallna Cruz for San Die
go',. 8an, Francisco, Seattle and Jlono
lulu yesterday. This vessel Is bring
ing New York catgo via Tohuantcpec.
IN INTER-ISLAND stcamslilp cir
cles the steamer Cascade Is hereafter
known as the Wail'ole. Tho vessel
has been renamed, authority to chango
ber tiamo having been received from
THE ARIUVAL of tho .bark S., C.
Allen at Fort Bragg Is reported ,
-through tno Merchants tixenango. ino
vessel sailed .from Port Allen, somo
An ideal, ihoe for ttreet wear; strictly new, neat ap
pearing, lerrloeable and comprtable. '.
Made of black cravenctte cloth j 10ft and pliable on the
loot; .eajiyJolMn, A rich jet-black jcojor.
We .thow them In Fumpi and Button Dooti.
$ 4.50 and $5.0O
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Streot
A FIRE RAGED In tho hold of tho
American-Hawaiian steamer Alaskan
while that vessel remained at San
DJego on Juno 17th pending' the .til
chargo of her cargo. Tho Alaskan Is
duo to arrlvo at Honolulu on July
ldth with much mainland freight,1 At
nn early hour of tho morning on. tho
data In question the flro was dlfcov'
orcd as burning fiercely.
Dfego flip department wns summoned,
and a number of streams were soon
playing on tho conflagration. At the
tlmo of tlio departure of the last Wall
Captain Bennett,' master of tho Vessel
declared that hn wns nn.ililo In stnle
"tho oxact amount of damage to' thS'
WITH BRITISH, German and Nor'
weglan stenmors carrying coal from
Atlantic and Australia to tho- North
Paclflc, and all seeking outbound car
goes, shipping men bcllovo that ail
other field for tramp tonnago to 'tio
Coast has been created by the coal
situation In .Alaska. Within a few
weeks tho .Japanese steamer Tcmlyn
,Maru. with 3506 tQns of coal rom
Muroran. will dlschnrgo cargo at Se
ward. It Is understood that tho ves
sel will como to Puget 8ound seek
ing n lumber charter for a roturn
across' tho Pacific.
CAPTAIN J.UEDER Hopken, vete
ran Pacific mariner and for many
years San Francisco su'rvoyor for'tho
German and Austrian Lloyds, died 'at
Alameda, aged 78 years. Captain
Hopken wns the only survivor .of tho
brig Shcllckuf, which ho owned nnd
commanded and wnicn united a nopo
lc?8 derelict on, tho Pacific .between
"" Francisco and Honolulu for 108
, da'- hpr crow "" on passenger
Mm from thirst beforo tho ship
Mo"cs Tlpr, Captain Bennett, sight-
cd tho waterlogged brig and 'roscuqd
SIXTY-FIVE inssengcrs Who pass'
cd through Honolulu oh tho Japanoso
I "ncr IW Mr ami nrrlvcl.at San
Francisco on Juno 10th wcro released
: .. .: . . r.r
solved tho steamship company from
blame of tho mishap which compelled
thcm to remain In detention.- Thoy
now pass tho Incident as' an' "unfor
THE NOTORIOUS ship Balboa,
which was used as a resort at Santa
Cruz several years ago, has been, sold
to San Pedro parties and will be con
verted into a warchouso'at tho latfer
Iiort. Tho vesiol Is now In Oakland
Creek, where che has been lying Idlo
for the past two yours. Originally
thc nnllioa wns ,ho r,llt'.rjRKetJ Xrob.
r,ca M j j,- ana ,
yoaVs gho WM , h0 Hom ,,
coustwlso trado. '-
,prtOBABLY tho first Balng vessel
n ihe world to bo equipped with wire.
ieBs telegraph apparatus Is tho s)x-
ntastnd British barkcntno Everett O.
nricra hnninin'R.' n. ntnrtin whi'-ji
i9 BOon to. loave Royal Roads for Do"
t L . ... .i . ' . . I .'
nas pocn utieu wun wireless instrii
ments at an expeuso of ',$700 by" Cap!
tain Sterling ono ot tho owners of
the vessel. . ';
THE SAILING SHIP Alexander HI!,.
'son will leavo Puget Sound this sum
mer for her last passago' around 'tly
Horn. For two years sho has been
Idle at .San JYoncisco, but Is' now en
gaged to carry lunjbor and heavy tim
bers from Tacoma to Now YdrjU.-Wiore
slip will bo sold and converted Into
a barge. Tho Paclflc National Lum
ber Company Is .tbo charterer.
THE' NORTH Gorman Lloyd; liner.
Main arrived at Philadelphia recently
with the largest number of passengers'
urougnt ny any vessel during tho his.
tory of the iwrt. Sho' carried 2300
niuuinhu nl,u u uitiiui jinHBvnHurn.
1 1 i
' Thursday, June 23.
Baltimore, Md'. Thorsdal, Nor-stmr,
Hawaii ports Iwalanl, stmr., 7 p. m.
Friday, June 24.
San Francisco sierra, O. 8., S. 7 ,n.
in. , k
Perp. 8. 8. Sierra from San Fran
'Cisco, Juno 24: Miss Rita .Abbott,
?"8 Ell'h A,1ra". Ml8 MarX Alng'
Ico, Dr. II. E. Aldcrson, Mrs. Alder-
son, W. D. Aloxandcr, Gcorga C. Ab
le.n, Qoo. A. Becker,' Mrs. Becker, P.
B. Blair. Mrs. Blair, C. G. Bockus, F.
S. Bolton, Miss F. Bonettl, Miss E.
urtscher, Miss T. -Burtscher, Miss
Grace Campbell, Miss Ethel Canfleld,
Miss Lc8lIo Cathcart, Carlton Chaso,
E. M, Cheatham, Mrs., Cheatham and
two children, Miss Oladys Clifton, Mrs
L. Cogshell., E. C. S. Crnbbo, Mrs.
Crnbbe and two children, R. P. Drake,
Miss M. Dunn, Mrs. Eva Engel, Miss
t. FAhy, MIsb E. Falrwcalher, Rob.
ert Farley, Edward Finn, Mrs. Finn,
C. E. Forry, Capt. J. R. Poster, J.
Fricdenstcln. wm. Froehllngcr. F. M.
Fultz, Mrs. Fultz, Harry Garrlty, Miss
is. Goldsmith, Miss 0. Goldsmith, A
V. Good, Miss Marguerite Gosse, Mrs,
Fred B. Halght, Miss Elinor Hnlght,
Haslett H. Halght. Miss Marjqrlc
Halght, Miss. Ethel Haines, Miss Hazel
Hall, Miss Christina Harper. B. F.
Heastand, Wm. Hcllbron, Miss Cora
Hcr'rlck.,MJss,Jcanlo Hill, T. R. Hinck
ley, Leon Honlgsbcrgcr, A. Horner. H.
Hordon, M. O. Johnston. Mrs. John
st'on, C.has. Justl, Princess David Ka
wananakoa and maid, Miss Anna
Kccfc, Jas. A. Kennedy, Miss B. Lang,
David Lasar, E. J. Lctson, W. Lid
gate, M. M. Lord. Mrs., Lord "nnd child,
J. A. McCandlcss. Mrs. McCandlcss
J. C. McCandlcss, Jas. S. McCandless,
Miss L. F. McCarthy, II." McQuIre, H.
McQulrc, Miss Maud Madden, Mrs. ,
T. Mills. J. S. Morrow, MrsMorrow.
Miss Mm'c Neppcr, MfB- aco- Ord
way, Sam Orton. Mrs. Orton, Mrs. N.
Pa'lmantoor, A. K. PolBlase, J. L. Ren
on. Miss Maud Rockwell, Mrs. M.
Sclieollne, Sol. E. Schcollno, Mrs.
Bchocllno, Paul D. Schcollno, Miss El
slo Schuyler, Miss Mlnnlo It, Sovcrns,
Miss F .11. 8h"auer, Francis I). Smith
Mrs. Smith, Miss Louise Smith, MIsb
Mary Smith. Miss M. L. Sllyelra. Miss
Evelyn Shaw, Miss Alva Stock, Miss
(Jlga Stock. Harry StouarC Loo. B
Stiles. G. A. Sturtevnnt, Mrs. Sturto
v'ant," Mrs. E. Thonless, Geo. Uhlcr,
Mrs. P. M. Wand, Miss Wand, Mrs.
M. H. Webb. Miss Kaul Wilcox. Miss
II. Williams, .Mrs, L. Wills and child.
f . -. i j-
Per stmr.-CIaudlno. for Hllo and In
ternieJInto jiorts, Juno 24., 5 p. m.
Mrs. Ida Ktmeston, J. L. Cockburn
Jtllss Rodrlgues, Miss S. Kallno, Mrs.
yf. E. Bbckwith.'llss L. ,M!sht. Irs-
it. u. uieson, Miss flannestadt. Miss
Morris, Miss Alona. .Mlss'.Nagototanl
Edward Lyon's, Mrs. JIoopll, II. M.
Ayrcs, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cleaner.
Mrs, Davidson, Mrs. M, Scholtz, Mrs.
O. A. Arnold, Miss C. Belts, Miss Eng
llsh. Miss Julia Belts Mrs. A. IL Hart.
,Mrs. Kcqhokalolo. A. Slender, H. Stcn-
ucr, .r. aiuciei.ji. u. wuiKcr, iv. mc
Kcnzio, W. Halo, J. S. King, A. C,
Pcbura, A. Nccnoji. Mrs. J. Smyth
(Robert Smith, J. W. .Macklnzlo, .Mrs."
A. T. Anderson, J3. ja. Johnson, W. F.
Per stmr. Clnudlno for .Maul nnd
Hawaii ports, July 1, S. ,8. PaxBon.
Mrs. .Paxson, Lester Pctrle, Garrett
Hughes. ;Louls JVarren, W. .Rucklo, M
C. ;Corrca'. A. G. .Poscoo. Mrs. P. ,0
Brady, .Mrs. Win. .Brady, - -Miss JI.
Braily, K.'Vuld 'Geo. McCorrlflton, J
WUIIams. MIsh E. Lloyd, ' MIsb 11.
Lloyd, ,Mrs. Cj Cr.cwes, ll. Saylor, Hen
ry N. Clark, Geo. .Bruns, Miss Mary
Crowes, Jllss A. Dertlcmnn, L. Hart
K. Y. Kau, 8. flaffery.
Malls are Cue at Honolulu Iron
points as follows:
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Jiine 25. ,
Colonics Per Mnkura. July 19.
San Franclscc-Por Nippon MaruJ
Vancouver P,er 3Ianuka, Juno 25. ,
Malls will dopact for the foUuwIm
points as follows:
San Francisco Por Manchuria, June
Vapcouvcr Per Makura, Jply 19.
Yojfohama Per Nippon Maru, June
Colonies Per Manuka, uno 25.
i ' ' mm 'i
filotlio js 'hereby ,glvon that Point
I'ucnemo'SvhUtllng Buoy, Pt. H. 8, op-,
noslto 'Hucncmb Wliarf, Cal., was rc
portod adrift Juno 14, 11)10, It will
be replacfd as soon as practicable.
BUI8UN DAY CALIFORNIA.
Not I co la hereby given that Mlddlo
0 round Buoy 'No. 5 and Han' Joaquin
Buoy No, 8, both 2 class spare, hero.
toforo reported Adrift, woro replaced
Juno 10. 1010.
A WIRF.I.EHR rr-colvrd from tho
Mnlson Nnvlgallnn freighter llyiuh'i
U to Ihn (ffiiet Hint tlm vissiM will
sail rrom yon Alien ror Hun 1'idii-.
Cisco' oiminiiw iiflvrnnon,
ON PAGE EIQHT.
I ,, DEPARJED fV
Thursday, June 23. . j '
San Francisco via Kaannp'all. Kalui-
lul and P6rt,Allcn Novadan.M. NiS.
a 6 p. m. n
Hamakua and. Hawaii,, portB
cwle,. stmr., 4 p. nv , '
Friday, Jon) i4.
Kona and kau ports Mnuna
PA88ENOER8 BOOKED ff
Por stmr. Klnau, for Knllua, June
24, 3 p. m. Rev. T. H.vGullck, Rev, W.
B. Olcson, Rev. T, P, Erdman, N. For
bes, 8. Richards, Horace Chamberlain,
W, D. Wcstorvclt. W, JI, Rlco, ' A.
Ebcrsnlo, Mrs. Kellott. L. D. Kelllplo.
Mrs. J. J. .Wal, Mrs. ,W. P. Klna.. Miss
Kawcnla, Mrs. Julian Pcafiu, Errima
Onoken, Miss Mnkea, Mrs. Kauab and
child, Miss Kahala Kalau, 8'nmmlo 'Lo
ta, Allco Spcncor, Llzzlo Puulkl, Mrs.
J. K. Lota, Miss Let Iauhlll, J, Hi 8.
Kalco. D. P. Kollott, 8. Kaucmoml, J.
K. Kupau, S. Mapu Mrn. Lily Moho
ula, Hn Kwai Lak Ijf Y. Sli, Yce Kut.
Mrs. Gullck, Mrs. Champ'erjaln, E.' Ji
Recco, Mrs. M. K. Nakulna, Mrs. Jli
hnulu. Mrs. .Kapahu. Mrs',1 Hoaplll, Mrs
S. Peck, Mrs. D. K. Watson, MJs,s'ila
hoc, Mrs. W8. Shamto'n, Llzzio'Spon
ccr. Mrs.' Bowers, Mrs. "tth'ala, trs.
Rose Kano. Mrs. 8. Imo.' Doborah
Snipper, Mrs. Kanahelo, S, ,K. Piilo,
II. K. Poepoo. Cha.1. Mahpe, 8. K. fin
maloplll, Rev. J. A. AKInji. Winston
Aklna, Rov, Mr. Nakulnac. W. Daw
son, It. Puulkl, ft P.MohlJilla.J., IC
Nuuanu, R. M. Cajtro, YAio'n sick,
R.0V. .1. 8. Nacle, Rev. D. Murray, W.
Bcckley, Rov, J, Kckahuna, L. D. Ko
Illplo, ncv. 8, P. Kaatn. j
Per stmr. Mauna Lon I'or Kona and
Kau ports. ,Juno 21-tMrs. C. 8. Hoi
loway, Lena Conant, Nellie Conant.
Miss Akcrroan. Jano Alcrmnn, Elma
Conant, Fred Conant, F..Stclnpr, Edith
August, Elmer August, M. Ma'goont.L.
Magoon, J. Lino, Leo Tom, Cnpt. Win
ter, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. C. F. Hart,
Mrs. Klmokco, Miss A. Magulro, Mrs.
J. JV. .Magulro, Mrs. C. J. HoblnBon,
Mary Brown, Isabel Brown, J. A. Ma
goon,, Mrs. Magoon. Lona' JarrctL Al
lecn Jarrctt, Miss Clark, MIsb E. '.Do
sha. C. S. Holloway, Miss Clark. Miss
Pcterman. Miss O. Alu.'C. W. Ashfprd,
II. Mlkl,(S.,K. Pedro, W. II. Rlco. Mrs
Rice, Miss Forrest. Rov, W. ,D. Wen
tcrvolt, Miss Clinton, P. ,D. Kcllett Jr.
Mrs. Kcllett, Josoph Bright, Rcvw J,
M, Lldgatc, Mrs; Roso Kano. II. Kline,
Miss L. Knhoa, Miss K. Pulolon, Miss
M Knhoa. t
i in roREiart,'p.pnT. j i
r rr? v -t J -
r Friday, Juno 2.
Yokohama Arrived, June ,24, S.
S. Korea, henco June 13,
Hllo Salted,, June 23, S. S. Enter
prise, for Sail Francisco. . ,
' : ' ,
E. E. Lane, who was charged with
assault on n glrl.faf .tender years,
appeared In the District CourtMhis
morning and, on alio ichargo -bqlng
reduced to one of lewd conduct,
pleaded .guilty and wsb sentenced to
ono yoar's Jail. '',
It Is Relieved that tho .matter has
not ended hore, however, and "hat
tho. case may go before tlio grand
Jury. Lorrln 'Andrews appeared In
court this morning, and wished to
prosecute, on behnlf of the pa'rifhtH
pt (ho clld, on the'orYfllial clfargo,
but Deputy" Couuly. Atlbrn'oy.Mllvcr
tbn decided to reduce thfl.chargo and
prosecute on tho lighter fineV ' In
Mllverton's opinion It woufd ;jhavo
been cxtremoly hard to obtalff 'a con
vfctlon on the charge first laid
against iho dofonda'nt, ''
Atjprey Straua; appeared for tho
accused, but us Land plca'dc'i! guilty,
there was no(evldcnco brought fur
ward In tho ,ca s
STOCKS SHOW ,
Pronounced activity1 did not enter
.into the trapsa;tiqns on the .Stock
Exphcpga this moruing, althobgh
thero wns a far healthier showing of
movements of stocks than nt nhyjtes
Blpn ro Jar this week, .2iK
A i:mat block-of iie shaf.or II.
Q &' S. changed 'hnds-n'tH0r.Thl8
is a Hiigut lujiping irom tno quut.t
tlons earlier In tho weeV. On Tues
day'! Ills stock" w'h Jiold ati39 7-8J
Mcllrydo and .b'liaV'bbth at ses
sion sales, and UcXwociU-Upards, aro
frequently oh the move In small
blocks, but with little fluctuation" In
the price . Sixty-two shares of -Mcllrydo
moved over nt session utiles
ti(s naming at Ml!!, the sunie pflce
prevailing on 2Q0 shares between
,01a a Is hpldtng at a fairly even
ngu,'r(o, 6,135, and with only thirty
shares coming oiit'at 'thul flgurp.
Fifty ouim Htigar Co. rhanged
linii'dii lietwVcii bniit-ds. wllt'i 'nn tin
nr down tfnilnucy, and' flro Hoiinlihn
wunt itt is nt sowlon ,es, a slight
rlb H'r-atUod nt'iipmiliiB nf weak,