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Oceanic ShlUd-Tblrd lie
Hnnnllnn Second Degree.
a visiting members of the
irder are cordially Invited to
tttend tuectlngs nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Abio
CMEFICIAL ASSQIATIOrL cUtion, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday ovenlng at
7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
H. n. HENDRY, Bocretsry.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brother! very cordially
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrst ant) third Frl
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot I. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanlo. VIsitlngH
brothers cordially Invited to attend
wm. jones, a a ,
O. F. HEINE, K. n. a.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first and third Thuri
, days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Vliltlng toothers cor
"dlally Invited to attend.
P. HIQQINS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanlo and Fort streets.
' Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. R. RILEY, YV. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. tl6, II. r. i).
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Btreet, sear Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are ctrdlally
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R, -GEO.
T. KLUEQEL, Sec. i
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
, Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
'' evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
, Jfall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothel s cordially Invited to at
jMend. ., H. Av TAYLOR. C. C
itmt E- A Jacobson. k. n. s.
fc inJCII WORK FOR TIIE
" LOCAL CANNERY
The first BhJpnvjnU of plncitF'o for
tho local cannery to put ln'o vliape
for shipment to the nmln'.nnJ aro ur-
rlvlng at the works fiom tho Wnlmea
,i plneapplo pluntA'lou; uoruHli'.ng like
a Jhousand tonu havo lo?n ioccvrd
up to date. ' Ml
, The canning of via'8 haa not been
started yet at the loc.il fictory: tbn
demand for the Juice ou tlio rium.aiid
haB beeu su great and tho orders have
pi ltd up (o such 'tn extant tliut the
Julco question will bo handbill liu'cro
the canning businns co'iuiienra.
,It is not oxpcctcrl that tho nil mil
canning season will begin much be
fore tho mlddlo of rwxt month. Tho
company expects to turn out fully
210,000 cases of pln.ij thU jtur.
KAN CHOSEN FOR
R. B. SECRETARY
In response to u requc.it made to
John F 'Moore, secretary of the In
,j tornaiionai commute) or mo v .11
t C. A. by tho Oahil Railway luauhgu-
raent that ho find ppmcono, to (II) tie
position of road sscretiiry for ,iho Y.
M, C. A. to doote hlrt time aii.ong the
employes of tho local system, Mr.
Mooro has statid that 11 Mr Gordon,
.who has been acting bticretnry on Hie
' fines In Rt. Luuls, wlil luko I he poal-
It Is expected Hint Mr Gordon v III
tlako up Ills duties wiMi tile (Mini lull-
1 1!, Muy about tho mldilln of September.
HU hendquartcis vtll Wi wlih tho
railway company mid ho wiij triitel
outr tho system In the Interest of Y.
M,'C A. work. -
A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei !
DH. T. FELIX qbnUDB'SORIENfH
ropiu A3 nur.iri'i RPiimnPB
CREAM OR .MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
lth. fil ki 1U ,
inn tjvrj Dtrmia
bMtloM IM tHfl
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punt. Pr, L 4.
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dnitantia aft4 FftMV
Uoda Pvkttrt in tk Unlnd
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tlHLT.HVDK Pro , J Gitit J.fitt Sfrtd Inr V
On Saturday July 30, four days af
tor the plebiscite election, tho politi
cal retention of the Home Ilulo par
ty will bo held In Kahlllnul-inl Hall
on Kukul street. Tho delegates trom
tbo other Island will cirlvo hero In
time to bn present at '.lie cp-jtilng of
While It Is doubtlers that the con
rnllnn this year will not be as In'
tcrcsttng ami enthusiastic ns that of
tho former yoar, tho delcgatos expect
to tnako It ns great an occasion as
they can jmislbly nrransq,
Charles K Notley. president of the
Home Ituli! party could not bo seen
this morning and on that nccrount no
dcflnlto Information could bo obtained
from him. It is truo that vico profi
cient Knlauoknlnnl Sr., Is at present,
busily engaged In working for tho suc
cess and prosperity of tho prohibi
tion party, of which ho Is a mombor.
Ecr slnco he was mado a special
prohibition agent, he has been keeping
In clone touch with tho Hawollans
from whom he expected" to get sup
liort on prohibition.
. .Prince- Kuhlo, tho Delegate and
Link McCnndlerfs, who Is aspiring for
the honor ot dclogatcshlp to Congress
havo expressed themselves respective
ly on prohibition matters, which aro
vory Important to tho local people.
Notley, the. prospective candidate for
Delcgato to Congress on Uio Homo
Rulo ticket Is tho only nominee, who
lias not said an thing about this
Although he was repeatedly asked
to express himself on the question.
Notley has absolutely declined to en
tertain tho subject, apparently fear
ing that, his statement might bo mis.
I represented. In which event, ho woufd
bo placed In a peculiar position.
Those who aro fairly familiar and
acquainted with the limbic, workings
o( tho Home Ilulo party aro waiting
RSr" tho convention when they expect
lp ask. Notley what ho thought of
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Juns 27, 1910,
German Savs & Loan Socy by Atty
to Jonah Kalanlanaolo et al..,.llcl
U W Rico and wf to William II
Rico !..,... D
Pakilo Imu k, Imp'rmvt Co Ltd to
Antono Louis D
Ronl D Mead and wf to Tra Est of
-W C Ltinnlllo M
E S Cunha and wf to Territory of
Hawaii ....'.... D
J Alfred Magoon ,by Agt to T Mo-
rlta ,..., Rcl
T Morlta and wf to John Schutto..D
John Schutto and wf to Mud Bldg
& Loan Bocy of Haw Ltd M
Kcawclwl and wf to Ano Kala et
Bernlce P t Cook to Bishop Trust
Co Ltd ..,.,,,., Jf,i-..M
Entered for Record June 28, 1910,
Henry Holmes nnd wf to I)lthop
& Co D
Trent Trust Co Ltd to E E Tong..D
IIou Rutherford et al to Mrs. Es
ther K. Trask D
Esther Rutherford by Odn ct al to
Helen Rutherford ct al ............ D
Recorded June 17, 1910.
James K Kalama and wf to II C
Searlo and wf; DA; male child, John
W K Kalamu, 10 years old. B 336,, p
105. Apr 2C, 1910.
Henry Smith Tr to Caroline Clark
(widow); Rel; 2 pc Bland, near Fort
St, Honolulu. 11000. B 333, p 169.
Juno 16, 1010,,
Honolulu Cafe to Quon Choon; C
M; leasehold and furniture, fixtures,
warns, mdse, utensils; accts of Hono
lulu Cafo, 79 Hotel St, Honolulu. 500.
B 333. p 1G9. Juno 10, 1910.
A II Dondero to Lo Roy M Ed
wards; D; Lot 28 and 1-2 of Lot 29,
Walalae Heights, Honolulu. 1300. B
337, p Gl. May 10, 1910.
Lo Roy M Edwards to Mutual DJdg
ft Loan Socy of Haw Ltd; M; Lot
18 and 12 of Lot 29, btdgs, rents etc,
Waluluo Heights, Honolulu. $1000. D
333, p 171 ,June 1C, 1910.
Illchaid It Trent Tr to Elmlra M
Johnson; Rcl; Lots fi and 8, Blk 16,
Kalmukl Tract. Honolulu. $600. B 333
11 17L Juno 17. 1910.
Elmlra M Johnson to Trent Trust
Co Ltd; AM; mtg R M Qioreml nnd
wf 011 lita 0 and 8, Kalmukl Truer.
Honolulu. $700. II 333, p 17S, Juno 17,
r W Hi'ckley to F I) Wnlkor Tri
f; R I 6219. Kill 4091, Kawalhao, 8
tulinla. Hawaii. R rs at $60 per )ti
I 330, p 79 Jmio (i 1iin,
Trent Trutil C-o Md in Klmlra M
'olinwu; lli'l; Or HSl and iws Grs
122, 788 unit 67. Mnknwao, Maul. $600,
II 333, p 171, June 17, 1010, ,
tii'y v. fr
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, l per hour, Lewis Stable,
It. goes without, saying that every
thing Is Best at The, Empire.
7 Seated Aulo for, hire. Phono 199
James Daker, Young Hotel Stand. '
If you want a good Job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 427 Queen St.
Tho best medium for quoting prices
to customers on tho-other Islands Is
(ho Wireless. On Sunday mornings
the office Is open from eight until
It Its a morning or afternoon glass
of beer'; a midday cocktail; an oven
lng highball you will find the bout
at tho Criterion, corner ot Hotel and
Will RjdiAhy Water It Is Put In of
the Pests Pacific Fish Sings to
WASHINGTON. I). C, Juno 5.
Prof, E. E. Prlnco of the Canadian
Fisheries Servlco has given tho
United States Bureau of Fisheries
particulars of n fish that sings white
It nurses lis oung. The account,
though remarknbly interesting, does
not Indicate, the singing fish Is
ready, Just ct, to take a nlaco In a
According to Prof, Prince tho
plscntorlnl songMress Is of the
genus Porlchthys Porlssimus (toad
fUh)i and Is very unprepossessing In
appearance. But, It has the pecu
liar habit of staying besldo Its eggs
during their development.' "And
not only silting by and watching
them," says tho Canadian, "but
singing to them, and as ou walk
along the Pacific coast beach you
hear tho strango cooing sound, or
kind ot croaking sound which tho
parent fish makes when sitting by
her brood and watching them. Whnt
the meaning Is wo can not as yet
Prof. William P. Seal claims to
have found a breed of tiny fish
which cat mosquitoes with such
greediness thoy will rid any neigh
borhood In which they aro put ol
tho malarial pest. New York will
soon bo rid ot tho bad Anopheles,
he says. If her people, will culti
vate the "Gambusla AOlnus," a
small fish, now found on tho South
Atlantic coast from Delaware to
Florida. A still smaller species of
another genus, "Hebranda For
mosa," about half an Inch In
length, 'is generally to be found
with "Gambusla," and Is of thesame
general character. Hoth ot these
species are known as top minnows,
from their habit ot being at the
surface and feeding there. They
have protruding lower Jaws.
Both are to be found In vast num
bers In tho South In the shallow
margins ot lakes, ponds and streams
In the tdc-wa'ter regions. They are
also to be? found In shallow ditches
lnd surface drains, even where the
water Is but ,n .fraction 'of an Inc
deep. They find their way to the
remotest possible breeding places of
the mosquitoes and cat the mosquito
larvae by the million. Prof, Seal
also advises Northerners to cultl.
yate god nth and two small kinds
of, sun fish, known ,aa the "roach"
and the "shiner," which live among
plants, .The gold fish Is, lazy, but
cats Immense numbers of mosquito
larvae, Rut It Is cannibalistic. Tho
top minnows nre foragers, always
ou tho move In search for food,
skimming over the tops of plants
with reEtless energy.
".While tho children," sajs Prof.
Seal, "are bolng stuffed with 'Greek,
Latin und Geometry, they do not
learn bow to prevent tho growth ot
mosquitoes about their own' homes.
or how properly to screen tho houses
In which they live."
HE WAST8 TO PLAY
BOMIJiOEH FOR $300,000
Mr. Spring's Plan, to Compromise
Villi Hrjidlcatc nnd .Finish 3cw
Hotel. Is Rejected. t
San Francisco, Juno C. John
Sprfng, an Oakland banker, who owns
a half Interest In the unfinished
Claremont IjoteJ, .of Bqrkelpy, has
challenged the fjakland RealtyBdl
cato, wblc,); owns the other half, to a
game ot dominoes Involving $600,000.
The construction, of tho Claremont
wa.fi stopped by the financial flurry of
Walter Lelmert, formerly n stock
holder, recently said to Mr. Dpi In?;
"Why don't you and the syndicate
get togethor and finish up that hotel?"
Mr. Spring replied;
"I've got $260,000 In that hotel and
thu syndicate has $250,00Q. Toll 'cm
I'll p)ay 'cm one game, of dominoes,
my Interest against theirs, tho winner
to be pledged to finish tho huuue."
Ilut K. A. Horen, president of (ho
syndlrnto, declined And so thu Knimi
of donilunes nns mil plniil nnd no
Kurk Is being dono nil tho hotel. Ilut
Mr, Spring ny ho In gnmo to stand
by his offer any day.
sisstl liiuli Hill' il litssJUift-utkttiiii ('foJKrttitb&L'&&Jl- to it . J.jA.fl.!M;iKl.j(H'- J fjl" jii'itht 'I' jtsi ' ' u.AiJtfi. fc. 'J
City Transfer Co.,
" i t
FOR JULY 9
Good Program Is Being
Arranged By The
There will bo n boxing show nt tho
Aoha Park on July 9, and Jack 'Mc
Faddcn Is figuring on 11 good pro
gram to pull off. Arrnngomtints are
being mado tp match Irnnman Mc
Collough against Jim Hoao for fif
teen rounds, and tho go should be n
very Interesting ono. It will bo re
membered that McCollouch defeated
Vahllanl some weeks ngn, nnd slnco
then lloio has figured In a couplo
of battles that have mado peoplo
think that he can tako McCollough's
For a second contest. McFndden Is
figuring on Wnhllnnl nnd Tcrrlen,
and the pair may be matched for
eight roundin .Terrlon "got his"
from Hoao a llttlo time back, but Is
said to be willing to take on Wnhl-
lanl, who la about tho snmo weight.
A third match will bo arranged
between- Crowley" bf the Chnttnnoogn
and another Jackie from tho Cleve
land, nnd with three bouts the fol
lowers of boxing Bhould be satisfied.
8TATUE OF SAMUEL SPENCER
UNVEILED MAY 21.
ATLANTA, Ga., Jurto 2 In honor of
tho lato Samuel Sponccr, first prrst
dent of tho Southern Railway Com
pany and one of Georgia's most dis
tinguished ronB, a portrait statuo of
heroic slzo in bronze, sot upon a pedes
tal ot Knoxville marble, placod on tho
plaza ot the Atlanta terminal station
was presented to Atlanta and to
Georgia nt 2 o'clock on tho afternoon
of Saturday, May 21, as tho glfo of
30 000 employes of tho railroad sjs
tem which reprcnentH (ho great work
of his eventful life. The statuo Is the
work of Daniel Chester French, per
haps the most famous of living Ameri
can sculptors, und has been declared
to bo among tho best that has come
from his hand. Tho ceremonies mark'
Ing tho unveiling wero In keeping with
the occasion and tho life of the man
It- will honor. On, behalf of tho cm
ployes of tho system J. W. Connolly
ot Washington, ?hlef apodal agent and
chairman of tho general commlttoo of
employes who raised tho "funds for
tho monument, Introduced J. S. B.
Thompson bf Atlanta,, assistant, to tho
president. After prayer by Right Rev.
Cleveland Klnloch Nelson, bishop of
Atlanta. Judga Alexander P Humph
rey of Louisville, a lifelong frlond of
Mr. Spencer, delivered an address on
"T)io Llfo and Character of Samuel
, THE AMERICAN ships Falls of
CI) do und the Marlon Chllcott aro on
,tho wuj'i down from tho California
coast bringing a shipment ot fuel oil
to tho local branch of tho Associated
Oil Company, ,Tno,.;'ul .f Clydo
sailed from Gntlota nlno days ngo
whtle tho Chllcott Is reported hut
threo dujs V'ut.
THE ARRIVAL ot ihi schooner A.
Vi Coatos- fiom Hndlock, with lpato
rial for Poarl Harbor docks Is expect
pd dully, Tho vessel Is now out twon-ty-ono
A Russlun ijumed Klrlloff, iwho
was employed o'a tho new residence
of, J. W,. Wnldroty at Nuuunit Valley,
manuKPiI In toniu way to fall head-
ling Into un ouavatlon this morn
ing and was lei.dercd unconscious.
The unfortunato hum was conveyed
to tho Queen's Hospital, where he
wus admitted fur trcutniont
Crescent brooch of iiiirhoIs,
If returned to, this oillco,
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Cleveland And Chattanoo
ga Will Remain Till
Cable advices hao bcon received
nt, the Naval Station that. thO'U. S.
Collier Prometheus left Maro Island,
June 26th for Honolulu bringing two
empty coal lighters In tow for ,tho
locnl service. ,
It is expected that the vessels wilt
arrive nliout July 10th, and aa sqon
ns prnctlcallo thereafter tho Prome
theus will start back taking tho Chat-
t Innoogn In tow the latter vessel hav-
'"C l"" disabled by tho loss of nor
Tho U. S. S. Cleveland, command
er Rodman, will, convoy the two- ves
sels as far ns tho Fnrraloncs whence
tho Cleveland will go to Maro Island,
nnd tho Chattanooga and Promothcus
will forward to Bremerton,. Pugot
. ; j,
THERE IS LITTLE doing In
freights for tho smaller wlndjammors.
The only vessol now- onroutc.from tho
California liort Is tbo schooner W, 'II.
Maraton and this vessel w(ll go 'to
Hllo Tho bark Andrew Welch which
has been making more or less tegular
trips between San Francisco and Ho
noltilu Is laid up In Oakland creek.
THE AMERICAN schooner Omegl
Is ono of thrco vessels now enroute
from Grns Harbor with n. shipment
of lumber. Tho schooner was twenty
one dnys out from the Washington
liort today, Tbo schooner Espada
nnd the Golden Shnro aro also duo
to nrrlvo herb with lumber, from
Giaya Harbor. '
TIIE DEPARTURE ot tho schooner
Allco Cooke from Port Lu How with n
sblpmont ot lumber Is reported by tho
local branch of tho Merchants' Ex
change. Tho vessel sailed, foi; Hono
lulu on last Saturlay.
THE DEPARTURES for tho last of
tho week or tho first of tho next will
include tho schooners Mary E. Foh
ter nnd tho Robert Lowers. These
vessels are discharging a shipment of
AMONG THE vessels scheduled to
depart for Islands portB this evening
Is tho Intcr-lBlsnd steamer Helono
whlci steamer will call at l'aauhau,
Koholalclo, Kuknlnu linu l.aupiiioo
, Por T, K. K. Nippon Maru for Ja
pan ports and Hongkong1 Ethel Mo-
Corninck, I)r. Yanaglhara. Mrs. Yana-
glharu. C. Hodcman, Mrs. Hedeman
Dr. T- Ntnomya, Mrs. K. Tonunaga.
IN FOREIQN PORTA
Tuecdsy, June 28.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Juno 28:
S, 8. Siberia, for Honolulu,
8AN FRANCI8CO Arrived Juno 28.
3 p. m.: 8. S. Wclhelmlna, hence
COM AX Arrived June 28: S. 8, Hen
Icy, hence Juno 10,
N'ondsy, June, 27. r
8AN FRANC18CO Arrived Juno 23.
4' p. m.; 8. 8. China, hVnco Juno 19.
SEATTLE-8allcd Jdno 25: 8. 8, III.
Ionian, for Honolulu.
GAVIQTA Balled Juno 23: 8p. M.
Chllcott, for Honolulu.
PORT LUDLOW 8alled Juno 26:
Sch, Allco Cooko, for Honolulu,
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Arrlv-
cd Juno 26: Bk. Nuuanu, from Kaa-
Monday, Juns :7, '
PORT TOWN8END Arrived, Juno
25: Allco Cooke from Honolulu.
GAVIOTA Sailed Juno '23: Ship M.
Chllcott. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCI8CO Arrived Juno 25.
4 p. m,: 8, S. China, from Honoluld.
SEATTLE Balled Juno 25: S.'S, HI-
Ionian for Honolulu.
DELAWARE BREAKWATER Arriv
ed Juno 26: Ilk, Nuuanu, front-Kaa-uapall.
1 Friday, June 24.
Yokohama Arrived, Jutie 21,
8. Koiea, hence Juno 13,,
Hllo Sallod, Juno 23, 8. 8. Enter
prise, for 8au Francisco,"
Thursday, Juno 23,
Salluu Cruz Sailed, June 22, 8.
8. Arlzonan, tor San Francisco.
Fort Bragg Arrived, June 22, bk.
Bf C. Allen, from Port Allen.
WIRJ:LI:ss S. S. Manchuria will
arrive from Yokohama, Saturdiiy,
about 9 11. pi. H, 8. Sierra will ar
rive from Sun I'ranolsco tomorrow
morning (Friday); off port at day
light. Wsdnsiday, June 22,
flllATTi.R-ArrltPil Jmiio2- ft H III
Ionian, from Han Finiiclsrn,
HAN PLNlltQ-Arrlvoil Jimn 2r Vtwlit
Hawaii, lioiico May 31, ,
FOR TWO WEEKS
i : .
Per stmr. Manna Kca, for H,!o and
way ports, June 28 Mrs. J K. ROCha
V. A. Carvalho, W. Lldgate', Mr. and
Mrs. Jamcs-GIbb, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F.
Woodward, Captain and Mrs. Zander,
Miss Laura Andorson, Mrs. Folsom,
Miss Blake, Miss E. Borden, Ewn Cab
drlra, Mary do Hnlno, MIbs A Mur
phy, Miss 8ndlo McUIn, Miss N. Bar
ratlongli, Mr. and Mrs. 15. Brown,
Miss Hoyt. Miss Might, Mrs. Hoyt,
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Wall, Mrs. Kclll
kuhonu, Mrs. M. Kahanu and child,
Louise Choy, Mrs. Charles Wilcox,
Allco Mung, Mrs. L. Bllvaro. Mrs. R.
Lucas, Mrs. Hobenswltrh, Miss Kclll
nol. Captain nnd Mrs. Occlcston, Miss
MacDonald, Miss R. M. Hanson, Miss
Wilbur, L. D. Simmons, B. Lindsay,
A. McKlnxIe, Mrs. M. Taylor, Miss D.
Taylor. Miss M. Nuuo. Miss A. S.
Johnson. Miss Anna Silva, Miss J. A,
Snow, Mrs. J. Andrews, Miss Annie
Andrews, Fred Andrews, Chu I.ow,
Chu Dung. Mr. and Mrs. 1). Ii. I)y
man, Miss 11. Iloeh, Mrs. Sloggott,
Mrs. II. IIcou. E. Chine 8al, W. Sin
Yau, J. C. Aklna, C. Dyer, Rev. W,
Auss, C. Crockett, Bro. Mathlas, II. W,
Kimball. Pang Lum Chow, Mr. Bcrku-
show, Miss Mnkckau, C. E. Batclle.
Miss Ball, Wnl An, W. Noblltt, Y.
Chlng, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Watson,
Charlotte nnd Nellie Campboll, F. E.
Thompson, Col. Sam'l Patkor, "Miss
Beatrlco Campbell, Dn and Mrs. C. B.
High, A. P. Taj lor. L. A. Thurston,
Robort Thurston, L. D. Tlmmons,
4 . f
NOtADVICES hao jet been receiv
ed concerning ' tho amount of cargo
that tho To jo Klson Kalsha liner
Chljo Maru Is bringing from Orien
tal port. Tbo steamer is expected
hore on Friday and will go to tho
Alakca wharf. Tho Chlyo Maru will
probably bo dispatched for Snn Fran
cisco on Saturday morning unless sho
happens to arrive hore at n very early
hour on Trldny morning,
THE AMERICAN-Hawnllan freight
er Columbian now nt tho port taking
on sugar for the ls,thmus Is expected
will be ready to sail for Sallna Cruz
via Kaannpalt. Kahulul and Hllo by
Thursday evening- Tho vossel will
gather up sugar at the tnrlous Island
ports beforo leaving for Tchuantcpcc.
THREE THOUSAND tons ot, nit
rates Is due to arrive here on or about
July 4th by the Japanese freighter
,KIo Maru. This vessel Is coming
from South nnd, Centrnl American
portst II. Hnckfold and Company will
look after tho Interests of tho vessel
during tho stay at this port.
IT IB EXPECTED that tho ship
ment of coal brought from Baltimore
by tho Norwegian frelghtor Tbrsdnl
will be discharged at tho Unitod
States naval bunkers by the latter
part of tho wcok. Tho destination of
the steamer upon sailing from here
has not yet been disclosed.
THE NEXT ARRIVAL of Amcrl-,can-Hawa!lan
freighters Is tho Alas
kan which vessol according to latest
advices received at the local agency
shoud reach hero on or about July
10th. The Alaskan Is bringing Ntow
York cargo by tho way ot Sallna Cruz,
San Francisco and Scattlo.
WITH Av SHIPMENT of sugar, tho
American bark Nuuanu has arrlveJ
at Delaware Breakwater. Tho Nuu
anu came out to Honolulu With .mer
chandise from New York, and nftor
discharging at this port proceeded to
Knnnapall where the cargo of sugar
was loaded, ,
. II. 1IACKFELD and Company ox
pect tho arrival of tho French Bark
Jean Baptlsto almost any day. The
-vessel Is enrouto from Lelth and is
bringing fertiliser and general cargo
to Honolulu. Tho hark sailed far tho
Islands one hundred and thirty seven
THE INTER-ISLAND stoamer Maul
with a general cargo wub dispatched
for Mahukona and Kawalhao shortly
nftor tho noon hour today. Tho ves
sel will tako on a shipment of sugar
nt Hawaii porta and Is duo to return
hero by tho first of the coming week.'
ONE OF THE schooneis now at the
liort soon to Ball for tho northwest
coast of the Untcd States is tbo Fear
loss whlcli arrived bote on Juno Hti
with lumber coiiBlgnod to tho City
Mill, Tho Fearless is bolloved will bo
ready tor sea by tho last of tho wcok.
., THE SCHOONER Inca, arriving
here on Juno 14th with lumber con
signed to Allen and RoblnBon has
completed the discharge ot cargo and
Is now taking on ballast preparatory
to sailing for tho- Sound, Tho essel
muy depart on Thursday,
' TIIE BRITISH ship William T.
Lewis Is now 08 dajs out from the
-port pf Cardiff, bringing n shipment of
coul: to ,tho Hawaiian Islands. Hind
Rnlph nnd Company will net asiiHiMUH
fur Urn ii'UKol upon nrilwil horo.
THE I'ACrVIO MAIL llnor Chins
arrlwil nt Ran rrnnclru on last Rat
uria). , J , V;
J : h
I UEfMn E.U I
) i Monday June Z7. 4
IportjTownBcnd Helono, sch., ft. tn.
j'Krtual pojts Noeou, stmr., D p m.s
lucsaay, tiuna o. 4 .
Japan ports nnd Hongkong Nippon X
Maru. Jbd. stmr.. 10 a. m. .1
Hllo via way ports Mnuna Otcn,
stmr., noon. I
Mnhukona nnd Kawalhao Ma
Per stmr. Mlkahala for Maul' and
Lunal and Molokal ports, Juno 28.
Mrs. O. P. Cooke, Mr. Mclnj trc, W. A.
Cathcart, E. Cnlhcart, Emily Pdahn.
Miss R, Reyes, Miss L. Meyers, Ernest
Meyers, Margaret Meyers, Albert Mey
ers, II. R. Hitchcock, Jn.iMIss Payno.
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports,
Juno 28. A. 8. Wilcox. Mrs. Wilcox,
Miss Allco Al, Miss Wilcox, A. Chris
tian, MIbs Mary Christian) Miss M.
Ahlnc. .Hannah Jacobscn, AnnloVFer
rclra, J. Pcrrelrn, MIbs A. Kolla,' Ma
jor Willis, Miss Fitzgerald, Miss Law
rence, Miss M, do BreUovlllo, Mis
Hadlry, Miss H. AkannMIss Tj Tn
shlmn, Mary Groto, I), Groto, A. Groto,
Ah t.nnk MIm fillvn. MIbs A. Sltvn.
Elslo K. Kapu. Miss Delnert, W.Jflry
nnt, II. Bryant, W, Mengher, Mils E.
Hong, K. C. Ahona M, Ahona.
v Por O. S. 8, Slorra,,for8arf Fran
cisco, Juno 29. Paul do Longpro, Mrs.
do Ingpre, Miss do LongTTro Dr.
H. B. Embant, Mrs. H. B. Embsnt,
Prof. Scott, Victor S. Cark, W. W.
Taylor. Miss B. Weight. MIbs E. Man
Bard, Mrs. Renjcs, Miss, Acnjes, Mrs.
E. Noyes, Mrs. A. Hashbrouck. Miss
Loyton, Mrs. E. Deacon, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Nott, Miss M. R. Roo, MIbs G.
Campbell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oop. Robs,
MIbs M. Orace, Miss McOrcgor, Thco.
Nlckclson, C. W. Smith, Miss Flem
ing. Miss Hnro, Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
P. Bcrnlco Cooke, Miss J. Taner, 'Mrs.
M. Restarlck, Mrs. E. Coulter, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. Kohl, Mnry T. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Becker, Mlsi Bandry, Mls
L. !dolln. Mrs. Beaumont, Mrs. C. L.
Iloogs, Miss Ryan, MrB. J. Gregg, Mrs.
Noble, Mrs. Werner. E, Horner. R. E.
Herdmnn, J..L. Lawrence, Mrs. J II.
Kent, MIbs Rosenberg, Miss Wells,
Mrs. N. B. Hoyt, Mrs. S. Burt. Miss
Burt, Mrs. M. Etsort. Mrs. T. Woo'dcn,
Miss B. K. Cowan, A. M. Scott, MIbs
Woodford, Miss M. Mossman, Miss
Glasscacki II. W. Eisert, C. D. Minor,
Mrs. C, Bellon, John Hind. Mrs. O. A.
Hnrkor, Miss L, Tyler, J. Sterns, O.
A. Harkcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Crcssaty. W.
W. Klrkland. J. D. Ncal. D. R. Moss
man. W. E. Bell, MIBs,, Zlegler, MIbs
L. W. Smith, F. A. Richmond. II. T.
Clark, Mrs. A. Lyle, Miss M. Walsh,
Mrs. Ella Auatln, Mrs-T. II. Crazier.
Mrs. W. A. McKay, itfss M. M. An
drudc, Miss J. M. Barker, Mrs. L. E.
Arnand, J. Garcia, C. d. Hilts. Judgo
W. A. McKay, Mrs. and Miss Need
ham, M. Rosenberg, W. 'Alton, Mrs.
S. Dccoto, MIbs J. E. Grey. MrB. A.
Knight, Miss M. Homer, Miss Ti. A.
Cameron, Miss E. Jacobson, MIbs M.
G. Borden, Miss N. Mooro, Miss M.
M. Cooko, J. R. McLean Mrs. Mo
Lean, Miss A. II. Lycctt, Miss Flor
ence Lee, Mrs. and Miss Douglass, Mrs
J. T. Lewis, J, Andrado Jr.. Misses
Ruth and Cornelia dolssel, C. Af Simp
son, R. II. Wallen, Mrs. T. M. Med
calf, C. II. Llpplncott, F.i F. Wood
ford. W. J. McNeil, Bro. Morris. Bro.
Eugene, Miss A. A. McCord, Miss E.
0. Cameron, K. 8. Lldgato, A. F.
Per stmr. Clnudlno for Maul and
Hawaii ports, July 1, S,w8( Poxboii,
Mrs. Paxson, Lester Petrle, Garrett
Hughss. Louis, Warren, W. Buckle, M.
C Cprroa, A. G. Pascoe, Mrs.' P. G.
Brady, Mrs. Wni., Brady. .Miss, M.
Brady, K. Auld, Oca. McCorrlston, J.
Williams. Miss E.' Llpyd. MIbs II.
Llojd, MIbs C. Crowos,iB8y.or. Hen
ry N. Clark, Goo, Bruns, MIbs Mnry
Oowcs, Miss A. Ccrtleftilfhrn: "art,
K. Y. Kau, S. Saffery.
Malls are due at Honolulu- from
points as follows: YA'
Yokohama Per Chlyo'Maru July, 2.
Colonies Per Ma,kum? July 19.
San Francisco ?cr Lurllne, July 0.
Vancouver Per Maramn, July 15.
Malls will depart tor the following
points as follows:
San Franciscq Pf r Sierra, Juno 29. (
Vancouver Per Maklirn, July 19.
Yokohama Per Siborta, July 2.
Colonics Per Marama July 16,
4 , .
Dlx, nr. Seqttlo, from- Hon , May 14,
Logan, from Hon. foVlanlla, Juno 14,
Thomas, ar. 8. P. from Hon. Mn. 10.
Sheridan, from Manila for Hon, Juno
1B- Orv .
Sherman, ar. 8. F. from IwtuJ-iiuo 11.
ONE HUNDRED and'stxtymve cab'
In passengcis and a laige crowd ot
Japanose. Russian, Filipinos and oth
er nationalities on deok sallod at noon
today for tho Maul and Hawaii ports
of call of the stbiuiicr Manna Koa.
Tbo ilonartura of th'a (similar Hllo lln-
jor was witnessed by a largo dslega-
Iiun which uiruiiK,(i in" iinuriiiiiiiii
wharf 0)0 deck of the stoamer and
tho itungways. Tho Territorial hand
was mi hand nnd plnjod n nilisl nod
lileosliiR nolartlon nf (liolodloi, Amonn
the passengers worn a number of pen
plo who will w Unas tho owning coro
monies of tho Hunmkua dllch. 1
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