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lcVfcrhtfo ftttT.tJtm, itttfouTLTj, t. n., tue&day, July s, ioid.
Honolulu Third Degree.
Lil Aloha t'hni'tcr o. ft
mi visiting members of the
i tier ire cordially Invited to
'c ml meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
it K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other a..o
BENEFICIAL jWKMTIM. elation, cor
HARMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
i.au u i. u. u. l'-. imii, Fort Street.
E. It. HEN.DKY, Secretary.
11. B. McCOY, Noblo qrand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU I0DQE, No. 1, K. of P,
Meets every first andrihltd IV I-
day evening at 7:30 InK. W Frltgll.
corner rort and Bcretanti,' Visiting
brothers cordially lnltsd-to-tttnd-
' WM. J0NKS7 &:-"-
o. r. iiniNfiTJt .iu-a. !
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, NoU-.O. R. M.
Meets every- first and thlrd-Tnnrs
days of each month afc .Knights of
pytnias Hall. Visiting Withers cor
dlally Invited to attend: '
P. H100IN8, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of'each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
tend W. R. niLEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616. B. P. 0.
" Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday oven-
f Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
uviiea to auena.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, K. H.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
.. ui jr.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
.evening at 7; 30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor Fort) and Beretnnla. Visit
ing brothei s cordially Invited to at
tend, H. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
4 E. A. JACOBSON. K. R. B.
IT WA8 AN early departure taken
by tho Pacific Mall liner Siberia this
morning. Tho vessel cast off from
Alakoa wharf shortly after Ho o'clock
taking a dozen cabin passengers from
this port Whllo hero tho Siberia
le(t noarly six hundred tdns of freight
which Included four thousand Backs
of cement from San Kranclsco Tho
Siberia will call at the regular Jap
uncse porta und uiion leaving Naga
saki, will thrn proceed direct to Ma
nlla. The Dickinson Edwards' party
win leavo tho vessel at tho Philip
FIVE HUNDRED tons of Oriental
freight Is duo to arrive from Hong
kong nnd Japanouo iorls by tho Paci
fic Mall Intermediate steamer Asia.
This vessel is expected hero on Frl
day though no wireless advlqjs have
thus far been received at tho iiguncy
of H. Hackfeld and Company Tho
Asia will receive a prompt dispatch
for San Francisco and will probably
got away for San Franiilsco tho fol
'For Sale" cards at Bulletin
Arizonon Will Bring Cargo
Prom Fire-Swept v
Agent C 1' Morro representing tho
American Hawaiian steamship Lino Is
of tho opinion Hint but very little
freight Intended for Honolulu Import
ing firms wi damigod through tho
scveie flro that raged for dns In tho
hold of tho big freighter Alaskan,
whllo that vessel, lay at San Diego,
According to ndvlccs received by
Agent Mono. Urn Alaskan will not
come to the Hawaiian Islands. Owing
to tho great damags done the vessel
sho Ins boon withdrawn from furth
er service pending ncccssiry repairs.
Tho NVvv York rargo trsnsferrod
to tho Alaskan nt Tchuantepec will
bo brought hero by tho freighter Arl
ronan This vcsel Is scheduled to
arrive nt Honolulu on or almul July
2lst. and xv 111 come down from San
The Alaskan has nrrlvml nt Kan
1'ranclsco nnd It Is presumed that tho.for
work of restoring tho big esscl to
nor former usefulness will bo done nt
tho California port.
Tho withdrawal of tho steamer Arl
ronan from I'nget Sound for one trip
will result in tho Virginian, duo hero,
about August 3rd, being tho next
American Hawaiian vessel to nrrlve
at Honolulu wllhSoottlo cargo
ARE THERE ANY
JSjich Arc the Questions Written in
different Forms Received by the
Promotion Committee Yesterday
Ycstorday's mall brougnt to the
local promotion committee tho usual
amount of lnqulrits: from all parts of
the world on 'Hawaiian subjects,
Transvaal, Germany unl tin United
Suites .nil being j-cprewntcd lii the
Tvo teachers who havo made appli
cation for positions hero want Informs-
3 Gin. about cost of living, etc One of
ttcsuiis from Ohio and tho other from
In Los Angolcs th-jra Is a youn
ii an in department store wno wishes
lo ongago In tho snmo lino of wor'c
here, and a physician In I o Ant'cle?
wants to know tho oppoitunltle-i for
prnitlclng rqedlclno and If a'l the peo-
pie bore of different deuomlnut'oiis
Notice was received, from tho dls-
trlpt passenger agent of tl.o Ran Ped
ro road that through tralllo from Los
Angeles to Salt Lake huj been re
sumed and that passengers could now
travel from Ixs Angoles to Chlego in
threo days ns before tho Interruption
of traffic several weeks ago.
Land to rnlso fruit Is wanted b) ono
man In tho west nnd nnothor nskB
about living expanses and the oppor
tunities ror investment of a man of
moderate means who !lfty thou
sand dollars to Id ace.
St. Clair Uldgood, from J.oi Ange
les, wants foldora and otlinr Infori'ia-
tlon for his Hawaiian Specialty Shop,
and requests for literature come from
South Africa and Germany also.
The Itch Gone, the Skin Soothed and
Instant Relief from that Itch
A fow drops of a soothing liquid
And Itch Is gono as If by magic.
Just a drop or two on tho skin and
no moro of that torturing, endless,
norvo racking Itch.
Can you Imagine how It will feel
that Itching ugony swept away In a
You enn know tho relief, If you Just
try Ihe tdmplo remedy slmplost ,of,ex
lernal liquid remedies oil of winter
green ns compounded In D. D. D,
Wo positively know that It allovl-
itea (ho Itch Immediately wo vouch
for this and guarantee t for wu!nn-d ""n.support. and asked (or nil
huvo soon It used In too many cases,
and tho euros that 'follow, as far as
wo know, srcni to bo pcirnancnt.
Honolulu Drug Co, Fort Street,
(Special Correspondence )
acOHALA, Hawaii, June 30 A
mule was sevorely Injured today at
Koiuiia plantation by a falling brick.
The brick was intoxicated.
THE B'AllKKNTINE Rnlnt Kn'ther-
ip reported (o Jwo sailed from
Ban rrnnecrt jesterdny wjth destin
ation s HIJo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Order a case of Plneclar LcKhoad A
Woodward. Phone 657.
It goos without saying thnt every
thing tallest at The Encoro.
If ou want a good Job done on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Jtfg. Co , 427 Queen St'
Kor distilled water, Hlro's Itoot
Deer and. all other popular drinks.
Ring up phone 71, Consolidated Soda
Several Honolulu nutos were to bo
seen on Maul yesterday and some Joy
ous bunches of sports were flying
around all day.
When "Maul" won tho trotting raco
estcrday tho crowd wont wlhi with
Joy nnd tho liorso was quickly dec
orated with lets.
Many Honolulu girls made tho trip
to Kahulul and they seemed to en
Joy tho fun as much ns tho fellows
did and that Is going somo for sine.
The saloons wcro closed yesterday
on Maul but thcro was no shortage
of "wet" goods as most of tho sports
packed cases and barrels from Ho
nolulu C. It. Ducklnnd, who has but re
cently returned from a trip through
the far oast for his health, leaves to
day for a slay at the Volrnno Houso
Mr Bucklnnd's doctor ordered tho
change of cllmato as he was not pick
ing up as well as could bo wished
Considerable- readjustment of oftl
ccrs connected with tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company has taken
place commencing with tho departure
of Island (steamers today that will
result In sovcrnl promotions to dis
serving men who have been Identi
fied with the service- for a period cov
ering many jears.
IVank C. Poor, chlof clerk at tho
Mauna Loa wharf will bo transferred
to tho Queen street offlco. "Frank"
ns ho Is generally known bv n host
of shippers and others who havo to
do with tho local stoamshlp company
wilt servo as a general assistant at
headquarters. Before taking up his
duties thcro however ho has been
granted a vocation of two weeks af
ter which ho wll( ho on hand to greet
prospective travelers ns well as shln
Tho transfer of Mr. Poor from tho
Intor-lslnnd wharf will bring about
the Installation of James L. Frlel as
chief clerk at tho wharf orilce. Who
doesn't know;'Jlmmlo" Frlel? He has
been tho genial purser of tho Kona
and Kan liner Mauna Loa for tho
past soven years Before- that tlmo
Frlel served In a llko capacity on tho
Hall "Sunnv Jim" as he is known
U tho thousands of people who havo
buslnosB with tho steamer that makes
regular vUlts to tho windward ports
along Hawaii, numbers hU frlonds as
legion. As an accommodating oRlclal
ho has fqw equals.
Tho Mauna Loa sailing for Kona
and Kau ports at noon today carried
Henry Sheldon as Its pnrner. Shcl
don Is no stranger to business men
and other.) who aro regular patrons
of tho Interlsland service Ho has
successful!) hold down tho offlco of
freight clerk In tho Claudlne and tho
Mauna Kna and has been Idcntlflod
wl(h the steamship company for many
Messrs. Poor, Triel and Sheldon
havo bech receiving congratulations
from tholr friends oor their morltcd
promotion. All nro good men, do
scrvedly !opular, painstaking and ob
liging. DIVORCE THEY
IIILO, Hawaii, July 4. It seems
that James Ako, tho Merle of tho
Kalluu Circuit Court, assistant post-
mastor and tax assessor, and his wife
Margarot are doomed to llvo togethor
until thp bitter end, In spite of all
their efforts to split. Threo times
have they had-dlvorco suits In tourt,
and oyery time havo they been un
successful, The lutt caso came, up
recently In Knllua before Judge MaM
tliewman, when the libel of Mrs. Alio
for a modified decree of dlvorco was
Jieard. Mrs. Ako alleged debortton
mony on tho showing that tho llgel-
leo received salaries aggregating
(11)0 a month und that he owned
considerable property. Attornoy Ash
ford appeared for MrB. Ako, and Carl
Smith for thehuuban'd. After a bit
ter light on the part of tho llbollee,
the petition wus denied.
Tho first Ako divorce suit was
heard In the early part of last 5 ear,
when Ako sued for divorce, alleging
extreme cruelty, but was unsuccess
ful, In October, 1909, Mrs. Ako in
her turn sued for divorce on grounds
of desertion, bill she mot with no
better luck. It senms that tho AKos
will hnvo 'to cnntlnUo hand In hnnd
until thd'bltter end.
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City Transfer Co.,
STRIKttEADERS IPLEBISC1TE IN
ARE RELEASED! THREE WEEKS
Four Japanese Walk Out From Jail
Yesterday Afternoon With Com
mated Sentences, After Serving
Maklno, Ncgoro, Sogn nnd Tniakn,
the four slflko leaders who have been
serving sentenco In tho county Jail,
wcro ostcrday discharged as their
sentenced had been commuted, nn In
dependence Day gift.
The men wcro met nt tho Jail gato
by nearly a hundred friends nnd es
corted to town and to tho Athletic
It Is understood ' thnt the presence
of Ncgoro Is not desired in Iho Ter
ritory nnd thnt ho will depart for Ja
pan soon. It wns given out yester
day thnt his mother wns III In J.lp-in
nnd that ho would go to sco her, but
tho real reason for his trip Is n re
quest of tho Territorial minorities.
As the men wore rclenied uncondi
tionally they wll be freo to do any
thing they chooso Mnltluo will ns-iln
tako charge of his drug storo on
Nuuanu and Hotel streets nnd Soga
nnd Tasaka go back to tholr places
Ip the offlco of Nlppu JIJI, the firrt ns
cuitor nnu second as assistant.
Abate day in
It wns probato day today In Judge
Robinson's court when two wills wcro
probated and flvo flnnl accounts of
estates wcro approve.!.
In addition to thoso matters ono
dlvorco was granted and ono denied
Wo versus Wo being Iho . ono In
which tho ponds of matrimony wero
severed andjJCuratn versus Kuratn bo
Ing dismissed as tho court had no
Jurisdiction the woman having been
in tno country less than two joarB.
T. Clivc Davles and Mrs. Hart wcro
appointed administrator nnd ndmluls
tratrlx of the cstntu of the I ite
Charles F. Hart a Joint bond of $220,
200 being, filed with tho court.
Hermann Focko was appointed ad
ministrator of tho osiato of I.llllo L.
Bird with bond In tho sum of $4,000.
Tho Mvo final accounts approved by
(ho court wero of tho estates of Paul
Neumann, Klsto S, V, Neumann, Kong
Len Shlng, Kong Kium On nnd John
Tho mall (flcrks of Honolulu got In
and did things up brown at the first
banquet of tho Mall Clerks' Associa
tion held since tho orgunltatlon ol
that order. It all happenod Inst night
In tho banquet room of the Union
Grill Manager Ljmrgus certainly
did himself proud In his ondeavors to
make things pleasant for tho boys
who Bhlft tho letters In this neck of
Sovcntocn of tho membors of tho
association nnd tholr invited guests
sat down to tho board, being Joined
lator by Postmnstor Prott, nftfr his
return from bo Dickinson banquet.
Tho president of tho association, T,
P. Mcllm, presided during the even
ing. Others present wore Vice Presi
dent J. C. Sou in. Secretnry M. K I loo
nil, W. C Boutollo, F. T. Sullivan,
William C McCoy, W. C. Kenako, A.
P Lino, John Kaloao, D, M. Keoho,
Joseph Llwal, P. J. Jardlnc, Louis
Fonry, 8 C. Kanoo, W. F. Bay and
Speochei wero mado by u number
of postofflce officials, among them
Postmaster Pratt;' Who spoko In glow
ing terms of the way life employes at
tended 'to business.
JOHN MURTIN 010
John Martin wishes It understood
that the Declaration of Independence
waaxead In Honolulu yesterday. Mr,
Martin and h.ls associates gave the
Inmates of tho Oahu Prison interest
ing patriotic exorcises that Included
Iho Declaration mid tulka on freo
ilom Thus the reputation of tho
city was saved, and It ran not be
truthfully said thnt on the Fourth
of July, 1910, too oxorclsos commem
orative of the Nation's birth wero
hlanft looks of All sorts, ledgers
c, manufactured by' tho n ii 1 1 o 1 1 d
(Continued from Pane 1)
ono nnd now wnrrnnts nny method of
Thurston Is not btlng i(ttold In tho
circulars and It Is, pcr.'ia.n, not exact
ly remarkable that he Is not, being
pointed to ns Iho Moses who inn lad
them from tho alcoholic mid parnlytli
Junglo. The prohibitionists nro continuing
their nppcals to tho motors In tho Ha
waiian churches nnd aro nuking much
of the moving pictures tint aro
thrown upon tho screen with John
Martin nnd Mr. Rider explaining tho
ndvantnges of tho Woolley platform.
Tho'plcturcs nro Interesting -iml ftnly
moving In tho senso that thny Innplro
tho profoundest appreciation for the
Imagination of those rcsponilhlo lor
Several of the cartoons that Imvo
appeared In tho Advertiser nro thrown
upon tho screen It Is understood that
tho production that was pulilUliOl by
Thurston's paper attempting to show
that Bishop Rcstarlck Is nn enemy, of
tho home und the community has been
"censored" nt tho prohibition hcod
quartors, It was apparently too much
even for Mr. Woollov,
- '. , -
(Continued from Patru 11
other words, tho ciillio sum will bo
nyullnljlo ns tapldly as It can bo
"In view of (ho great lllienilltv
wllli which tho Government has
treated Honolulu, In g vlng us thoso
largo sums for a building and slto,
I trust that public, scntlnient will
not permit of having nny exorbitant
prices placed on nny of Ibis property.
Tho Governmonf wants lo pay what
tho property Is actually worth, but
It ought not to Imvo to pay any
moro than Its fair valuation, which
Ought not to be ory much tnoro
than tho taxation value. ,
"Wo feel hero u great deal of sat.
(traction over haUng gotten this
Inst mattor through, and I hopo It
will ho appreciated In Hoi.olulu as
making pos.slbo a monumental, public
building with nn adequate and woll
placed location In tho ory heart ol
the city Very truly jours,
T "J. K. KALANIANAOLK.
"Dolegato. to pongrcss."
(Continued from Page 1)
tho regular stylo today. Hawaiian
Commercial. Onomea and Hononui add
ed I132.G0O to tho funds of their
stockholders today. This also Is tho
dalo jit which (ho (ncreasa lit tho
stock or tho Pacific Sugnr Mill takes
place. Tho capitalization of D00,000
was Increased to 1750,000, 1125.000 cf
tho lacrcnto lClng cash and tho re
mainder stock dvldend. Tho now quo
tntlon Is 123 bid and 150 asked. In
cidentally this plantation property Is
In splendid physical conditions and
will bo tho first to feel tho Impetus
of tho wiitur from tho Hamnkuu lower
ditch. Honokaa Is next in lino und
next jenr will tako pff a record crop.
Stocks aro alwas slow after u holt-
dsy Jmt, (ho,i prospects seem good for
inr activity uurns tho coming month
FROM THE SOUND
A vojago of eight days and twontv
hours brought the Matson Naviga
tion steamor Hlloulan to Honolulu
after a pleasant trip from Seattto.
The steamer brings fourteen hun
dred ton,a of freight for Honolulu,
tho greater part of which Is flour
Eight passengers arrived by the
J Oswald Lutted, who boiuo jears
ugo. operated a bakery and res
taurant heie, has returnod for n
visit He Is now In buslneEd In Se
Lloutonnnt Kllgoro of the local
army post also returned from n hur
ried visit to the mainland.
Tho llllnnlnn will depirt for Port
Allnn nnd Hllo tomorrow evening.
"For Rent" cards on kaVat
-tho Bulletin office,
Tuetdsy. July S.
Kahulul (excursion) Klnau, stmr.,
n. m. f
Hllo (excursion) Mauna Kca, stmr.
Hawaii ports Iwalanl, stmr., a.m.
San Francisco Hltonlnn, M. N 8.
8 a. m. ,
TWO HUNDRED or moro excur,
slonlsts who visited Maul nnd many
of whom witnessed tho races at Ka
hulul track returned to Honolulu be
fore four o'clock this morning as pis
scngera by tho Inlcr-tslnnd steamer
Klnau. ,TJic party rpryort having had
a pleasant trip despite tho rather
rough weather encountered after loaV'
Ing Honolulu on Snturdny ownng.
i no Klnau omccrs report flno wenth
or on tho homeward vojago. Tho
cabin accommodation In tho Klnau
was taxed to m limit, many passcn
gent being obliged to Bleep on mat
rcsses. Tho Ktnnu will bo dispatched
on her regular run to Kauai ports
nt nvo o clock this evening.
THE FOLLOWING wireless mcif
sages havo been received nt. tho port.
8. 8. LURLINE, AT SKA. July 4, 8
p m, 410 miles from Honolulu. Wot
ther modcrnto; sea smooth.
S. 8. CHIYO MARU, AT SKA. July
4, 9 p. m. Lntltudo 29:21. longltudo
144:19 west; 850 miles out of Hono
lulu. Pleasant weather.
THU MATSON Navigation steamer
Illtonlan thnt arrived at tho port at
noon today will bo dispatched for
Port Allen lomprrow evening From
Kauai tho vessel will proceed to Hllo,
Ihenco to Kahulul and sailing from
tho Intlor port to San Francisco. Tho
Hllonlnn will tako a ful shipment of
sugar from tho Islands,
Tilt: AMERICAN Hawaiian Lino
has I ecu ndvlscd of tho arrival of
the freighter Mexican nt Sallna Cruz
jestcrday. Tho vessel carried .n full
Bhlpment of BUgar taken on at Hono
lulu nud other Hawaiian Island ports
THE MAT80N TUG Intropld, Cnp
lain II do took tho American ship
Falls of Clydo In Jew this morning
and proceeded to sea. The Falls of
Cljdo has finished tch discharge, of n
shipment of fuel oil. Tho vessel will
return to Gavlota.
THR POSITION ns shipping mas
tcr for tho. Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company left vacant through
the death of Senator Frank Harvey
will bo filled by John Kokucwa tho
purser of tho Kauai liner Klnau.
THE ARRIVAL of tho big Japanese
freighter Kljo Marti Is expectod hour,
ly at tho agency ,pf II. Hackrcld -Company.
Tho vessel will bring u
shipment of nitrates from South nnd
Central American ports a
THE SUGAR to tho amount of 6850
sacks brought to this port from Kauai
has boon discharging from tho steam
er Nllhau nnd thnt vessel will bo
placed on tho berth for another trip
to tho Garden Island.
THE STEAMER Iwalanl was dls
patched for Mnhukona and Kawathao
at noon today taking n general cargo.
Tho vessel will return with a ship
ment of sugar and a deck load of cat
A CONSIGNMENT of lumber to
Lowers nnd Cooke that arrived at
tho iort by tho schooner Golden
Shoro from Grass Harbor Is being
discharged at tho Fort street wharf.
A FULL SHIPMENT of coal rroni
(he "Unllcd Slates by tho way of Phi
ladelphia Is reported as having left
tho Atlantic coast port jcslcrday by
tho American ship Kruklno M. Phelps,
THE UNITED STATES army trans-
port Shorldan salted for San Fran
Cisco nt flvo o'clock last ovenlng tak
Ing u number of army and navy pas
scngcru to tho coast.
THE ARRIVAL of tho steamer Air
den with n shipment of Austrnllnn
coal, Is dally oxpectod,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Enteicd for Record July 2, 10 iO.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Chan J Hummel to Henry Wa-
torhouso Tr Co'Ltd, tr M
A II Dondcro to G L Snmson.,.. D
Mrs Kahau ,Lawelawo to Ma.
kunhlno Nalnlolua I)
Cecil Brown ct al, tra, to Uawn
Land, & Imprvmt Co Ltd .... 1)
A H Dondero to Ernst Blschof
'and wf , )
Entered for 'Record July 6, 1010.
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a.'m.
Lin Bow to Mnn Fook Fong.,,. 1)
C C Kent.eily to First Trust Co
o( Hllo Ltd PA
Annie K Kentwelt and hsh by
altys to Trent Trust Co Ltd,
tr ,, . D
No man In n padded coll realizes
thoisoft place ho has.
Vkfrto n l.... ll ... 1-
l.iinuj n it;vi luiin Ml IllitlvU KOOtI
when given a trial. '
ON PAGE EIGHT.
Monday, July -4.
San Fianclsco-rShetldan, JU." 8. A.
T, S p. m.
Knunl ports-'W. (). Hall,) stmr., S
Tuesday, l'ly 6.
OAVIOTA Falls of O.'ydo, Am. sp ,
Japin ports and Manila Siberia,
P. M. 8. 8 , 5 a. m.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
Kona and Kau ports Mauna iV)a,
,, porvP, M, N. 8. B. IJHonlan from
San Francisco via Seattle Mrs. Her
shan, Rov, Clnpham, J. O. Lutted, Lt.
Kllgoro, Mrs. Faulk, Mrs. Smith.
4 . 1-
Per stmr, Mauna t-oa, for Kona and
Kau lmrts, July 5. R. Wallace, Mrs
Wallace, M, Melanphy, R. Kehumiiu,
Kdlth Kamnuona, B, Xnvlor, Mri.
Wleko, J. A. Smith, Miss Mary Pop
Per P M. 3. 8. Blberia for Japan
ports and Manila, July 5. Mlsi Car
rlo Jacobs Bond, Mist) II. It. Emmor
son, Mr. O. D. Mattson, Mrs. O. O.
Mnttson, Miss A.' E. Mudgc, Mrs. E
C. Perry. Mr. 8. W. Strpng, Mrs. 8
W. 8lrong, Miss M. Wrlnde.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hllo nnd
way ports, July 6. Capt. Fostor, Jon
nlo Macy, MIbh L. Smith, Miss -U.
Smith, Miss Goldsmith, Mrs. S. K lu
ll oy, Miss M. Kinney, S. E. Scheellnc,
Mrs. Scheellnc, Miss M, dosso, II W.
Khntinll, Harry Schcollne, B. F. No
ves, Mrs. Neves, A, Dcas, Mrs. Boas,
Mrs. Wlkandor, Mips Wlkandcr, John
II. Jrncs, R, A. Kcnrns, Miss Nora
Stewart, Miss N Stow art. William
Rrnsch, Geo. Barker. M, Stanley, Mrs
Hoastmd, Miss Ahchuck, .Miss Hicks,
G. O. Kinney, Bro. Raynard, Bro. Ma
nilas, Bro. Vincent, Bro. Albert.
Per stmr. Mlkahaln", for Maul and
Molokal ports, July 5 Miss Lawrence.
Mrs. J. F. Brown, F. M. Paly, Marlon
Blshaw, Elizabeth K. Parker, Julia
Dcvauchcllo, Mrs. P. Nato, J. F, Rock,
Mrs. K. Vlclra. Miss M. Shaw.
Per stmr. Claudlne. for Hawaii and
Maul ports, July 8- Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Brown, SJ. F. 'Walker Mrs. Wal
ker, A. M. Brown Jr., Bro, Frank.
Bro. CharlcB, Bro. I-ouls, Mrs. J W.
Marshall, John Ahln, I -on Is Akco, Hi"
Frances, Bro. Robert, Bro. -Bernard,
Bro. Clcmont, Bro. August.
Per stmr, Klnau, for Kauai jiorts,
Juno 12 Miss Hadley, Miss A. Holt,
Miss I. Boyd, Miss A. Hall, Miss J.
Bojd ' .
Per M, N. 8. 8,- Lurlino for San
Frnnrlsco, July 12, Rc-bcrt Farloy, J.
K. Farley. C. tVllottel, Mrs. Hottcl,
Miss L. Sturtovant,iMlss L. McStock
er, Of P. Hottcl. F, B. McStockcr, Miss
U. Clirk, Miss P. Gesoll, Miss A. W.
Din k. Mies V Cowan, Mrs. A. M.
Scott, Miss Mnbcl Sunter, Albert 8,
Raker, Mrs. Baker, Miss A. 8. Bart
lett Miss Green Mrs. J. J Grocn, Miss
M, Dunn, Miss C, Derrick, L. Honls
bergcr, John Hind, Miss N. Smith,
Miss A. B. Collier Mrs. E. T. Mills.
Por Btmr. Mauna Loa. for Kona
and Kau ports, July 16 Miss L. Hon
mcr, A, Ii Lurlmer, Mrs. 8. C. Allen
and party. Miss Masscy, Miss Wallace
Mrs. R. Wallace, Mrs. F, Hoogs
IN FOREIGN PORTt" t
Monday, July 4
8AN FRANCISCO Sailed July 2:
Bktno. 8. 0. Wilder, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 2: U.
8, Collier Prometheus, for Hono
lulu. 8AN FRANCISCO Arrive July 2:
8. S Enterprise' fiom 'llllo, henco
SA.N FRANCISc6-JXrrlved July 3:
S. 8, Arlzonait, from San Diego.
SAN KRANClSCO-Clcarcd July 2: S.
8 Hyndes, for Honolulu.
ABERDEEN Arrived July 2: Sch.
Uoiuqlls, henco Juno 8.
Tuesday, July 5,
SALINA CRUZ Arrived 4July 4: S. S.
Mcilcnn, from Hllo, Juno 16,
ANTWERP Sailed Julv 1: 8 8
Prcjbtoko Casllo, fax Honolulu,
NORFOLK Sailed July 4- Ship K.
M Phelps, f6r Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jul) 5, 0
a iri.: B, 8. Slerrn, henco Juno 29,
A wlroless from the; Big Island
states that JanvUT McCandlcss mot
with au accident while riding In Mr.
Kennpdj's puto on the Fourth. Tho
sudcen breaking of nn axle of the
maphlne threw the occupants to tho
ground with such force that Mr, Mc
Candlesa sustained two broken ribs.
IN ADDITION to n number of cabin
insscngcr, only a few Asiatics left
for (ho Orlont oary this morning by
tho Pacific MalMlncr Siberia. Jap
aneso and Chtnoso mad up the num
bor 'nnd enntrnr'y Id expectations nn
iiiiRsnns wero Inelildfd In(tho parly
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