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EVETfTtfO BTOLKTm, HONOLTTtTj, T. H fttp IfE.ADAT, JUtT C, 1?10
Honolulu Thlnl Degree.
Orcnnlc Third Degree.
l,il Aloha Cunptrr No. 3
All visiting members of tn
Jrdcr nre cordlall) Invited to
Mend meetings nf local lodgei
Meet on the
2nd and 4tu
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
MARINE. ENGINEERS "tta Asso
WHEFICIAL ASSIATICH ciatlonj cor-
HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. I1ENDIIY, Secretary.
II. B. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All vliltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first an3JT5lr4itt'l:
day evening at 7:30tn B?oa. Ball;
corner Fort and DerotnnlR. "SslGiuE :
brothers cordially lnvltedtoattena
o. f. liEififeid-jt-y,
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M."
Meets every first and thTrd"Thur-
days of each monlfiat" Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
e. v. todd, cpir nr-'
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
. Meets on the 2nd uud 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend W. It. RILEY. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, D. P. U.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klni
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturdv
evening at 7:30 o'clock -In K- of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanta. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOIt. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON. K. It. 8.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Wednesday, July 6.
C. I). Lufklns, Walluku; J, II, Dar-
nard and Mrs. Rarnard, Schofleld
Tuesday, July 5.
h. II. Tonbrano, John Hlglifleld,
(valet), England; D. V. Uurckard,
Walluku, II. H. Chapman, Tacoma,
Monday, July 4,
'Will P. Stevens, Los Angilos; Lor
on Stevons, Los Angeles; Mrs, J. E.
Anthony, New York; W. H. Smith,
Hllo; J, Warman, San Francisco; L.
Aaron, San Tranclbco; W. J. Raid
and wlfo, Chicago; Clias, A. Urown,
I,os Angeles; C, A. Owen and wife,
Oklahoma; Ella M Cotes, Los Ango
loa; Mrs. II. Van Every, Los Auge
les; Dr. O. M. Polln and wife, San
Luis,; Mrs. Paul A Adams and child
Chicago; F, 13. Tukpatrlck, wlfo and
child, Chicago; J m Dickinson. Wash
ington; Ooo. Edwards, Washington;
C. R, Slmpklns, Wabhtngton.
Wednesday, July 6.
Miss Kato Mossman. San Fran
cUco; Mrs E S t Ooodhuo,
Tuesday, July S,
Opo. A. Baker nnd wlfo, Los An
poles; L. Aaron, San Francisco,
im t&n$, KMutfnt. r-ijf
Ul : i'.
(Continued from Pace 1)
Jlllv 1. 190!) tn Juno 30 iflin. (tfil
petitions withdrawn or dlieAnUntte.l,
July 1, 1909, to Juno 30, WMl.
petitions pending art1, 1 undlsptisPil r,
June 30, 19 10, in; reports rif ex.fM
Iners filPd, Jul) 1, 1900, In Jutin 30,
1910, 17; nntlcpa and citations Is
sued, July 1. 1909, Iti dune 30, 1010,
14; area of land Included In lltles
registered July 1, 1909, to Jitno 30
1910, 03,3111 nrrns; assessed vnluo of
land Included In titles registered
July i, 1910. to June. :to, 1910, $r.oo,.
000, uren (if laud Included In titles
pet.dlng adjudlrnlinn, June 30, 1910,
0432.034 nerts; assessed value ot
land Included In tltliw ponding ndju-
dlcntlnn, J II no P.O. iniO, $214,275;
fops earner, July 1, 1909, tn June 30,
1910, $001 25; nssumuco fund col.
tccled, Jills 1. 1909, to June 30.
1910, $ T, r, 0 Id, area nf land Includ
ed In tltliM tuglftieri'di October 13,
1903, tn Jm.P 30, 1909. 04t.nsn
acres; nssesrrd value nf land In 'lud
ed In titles registered, October 13,
1903, to Junp 30, 1909, $1,178,902:
assurance fund cnllc-c IpiI, October 13,
1903, tn Jlllin 30, 1909, $1204.13:
fees earned mid rollpitcit, Oi'lnlier
13, 1903, In Juno 30, 1909, $3,
C91 24; total area nf land included
In titles roistered, Oelnlier 11. 1903,
tn July 1, 1910, 72,nr,7 .1S(! acres;
total assessed value of land Includ
ed In titles roistered, October 13,
1903, to July 1. 1910, $1,739,722;
totnl asiuranee fund lollectpd, Octo
ber 13, 1903. to July 1. 1910. $1,
170.29; total fees colle-ted, O tober
13, 1903. to July 1, 1910, $4292.49.
In carrying " out the lighting
: -scheme Tfor-thB.'-clty of Honolulu a
Mrangcd by-tho tlty and county
llgnt committeo anu supennienueiu
Frazce of the electrical department,
four hundred new lights will be In-
stalled In otlrtrwlso darkened dis
tricts within the next four or five
mo nth &.
A large map of the city has been
prepared thai snows the location of
the now lights. The proposed Instal
lations cover all districts and In
clude the suburbs. (
'Petitions now before the board call
for about one hundred new lights.
The scheme now under consideration
allows ample leeway for other'clalm-
ants for Illumination. City Elec
trician Fraieo lins been working on
the plan for supplying tho munici
pality with more lights at small ad
ditional cost to the city. The plan
covers all localities from Knllht to
Kalmukl. As funds hold out, the
work of Installation will be carried
along, and It Is expected that nt tho
end of bIx months tho work will bo
Today tho nineteenth annual net
count of tho estate of Henry A., P.
Carter was rendered to the court by
the trusteos, Oeorgo It. Carter and
J. II. aalt.
The account shows that the trus-
ees charge thomsehes with the sum
There Is Invested in various ways
tho sum of $273,042.80, and a bal
ance in the bank ui.lnvcatcd of
IN NEED OF LIGHT
Twenty-three resldeiitB and tax
paers on Chrlstley lane have appeal
ed to the city nnd county fathers for
relief from n darkened thoroughfare.
They ask for tho Installation of four
lights. It goes to the light commit
tee for action.
use can you
make of a
nickel than to exchange
it for a cake of Ivory
What else Wiir give
you so much satisfaction..
What other sop1 'can
be used for so many
different purposes; for
the bath, the toilet and
for fine laundry use?
99o Per Cent. Pure
LOCAL AND GENERAL
V 'hits itr.n rr.l"riSp -Vtrl- Ju,'t
rccened 'at JordanJ r ' 7
Order a case of Plhectar LelthMd'ft
Voodward( Phone DS7. ,
It goei without saying that evcryf
thing Is Beet at Tho Encore.
If you want a good Job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 427 Queen St.
For distilled water, Hire's Itpot
Deer and all other populnr drinks.
Ring up phone 71. Consolidated Soda
The last shipment of npparalui for
the Honolulu Institute for Plostotlie
rnpy, corner llerclnnln nnd Richards
streets arrheil today on tho Matron
liner I.urllnn and will be Installed nt
once. The opening takes plno Mon
day, July II,
iheie will be n midweek service nt
Central Union church this evening at
7(30, Socral genllemeu, prominent
In rtllglniis ilrcleif will speak on mat
tors pertaining tn the recpnt Hawaii
an Evangelical Association ronven
tlon nt Knllua, Uit-rjrioily Is wel
come. Two petitions for divorce havo been
(lied In court today one petitioner
being Japanese nnd tho older Hawaii
nn. Imn Klinuni nska for divorce
from Salklrhl Klinuni nlleglug non
supiKirt. and Kanlokal Knhlamoo nski
fur legal separation from Piineo Kn
hlumoe giving fnllitrn Ui provide ns
Suit has bten (lied by Y M. Wee
doing business under Inn firm name
of Knonx Loo Yuen Sun Kco against
Wong Ynti doing business under tho
Bnv, name of Knong Lung Tal for
tho, payment of J1G7.G0 alleged to be
diio on a bill or merchandiso amount
Ing $3.17.00, tlio amount nf $170 hiv
ing been paid on account.
(Continued from Pan l.i
driver over tho head, and then rob
bed the unconscious man of some
Two similar assaults took place
wltliln a few days of tho first outrage,
and High Sheriff llonry says that ul-
though direct evidence could not bo
secured, thcro was little doubt that
Tin Soon was the thug who did tho
"Wo must get this follow back, no
matter v. hat tho cost may bo," ro
marked tho High Sheriff this ,mpcu
Ing," he Is it bad actor and at present
Is serving a sentence of from one
year to ten jcars. It looks as If tho
latter will bo the one ho will do"
LEXlNOTON, Kjr.., Juno 20, Noxt
to tho unwisdom' bf having' bad or
Incompetent advisers, Henry Clews,
LL. D said Ih an address at tho an
nual commencement of tho Stnto Unl-
amity of Kentucky, are porsons pos
sessing characteristics, which he
enumerated, whom tho youthful wish
Ing to do well mid mako n fortuno
honestly should be careful to avoid.
These persons, he said, aro not al
ways known by appearance, being
generally wall disguised, but In their
manner and conversation they may bo
found out. Any of the following, ho
said, should bo kopt away from.
A man who vilifies his benefactor.
Who unjustly .accuses others of
Who never hns a good word for
Who, when ho drinks, habitually
Who boasts of tho superiority of hh
Who talks -religion downtown In
connection with his dally business af
fairs. Who talks recklessly agaltist tin
virtue of rcspcctablo women.
Who runs In debt with no appar
ent Intention ot paying.
Who borrows smull sums nn his
note or check dated ahead,
Who will not work M nn honest
Who looks down upon thoso who
Who Is always prating about his
, Who imputes baj mothc.) to thos.'
trying to do good.
Who botrays confidi'iici.
V ho Is houott ,1) for .ollc 'h
Who deceives his wlfo and boasts
lot It to others.
Who chews tobacco In a public con
tl Wl"i f08' Intoxicated In public
Who partakes of hospitality nnd
talks behind his entertainer's back.
Who borrows money from u friend
I nnu uit-ti uiuL-KKuurun iiiu n-iiucr.
i With a imputation of 91,000,000,
which this country now has, ho said,
It Is easy to And associates In Ufa
without solactlng men posscssod of
J nny of those rharncterlstlcs, and life
1 Is the better worth living without
RJ-"For Rsnt" cards on salf at
I tho Bulletin office,
DO LONG TERM
BAG Q AGE
City Transfer Co.,1- -'
JAS. H. LOVE. PHONE.152.
IN FOREIGN KPT
. . rreanesmyj Juiy o,
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BAN KHANOPCO-HnlUM July f,-
TrntHport Sherman fiirlfnnnliiln.
SAN FHANPISCO Hailed Julj 0 1
H. WllhPlmlna, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Bnllcil .luy 0 S
H. China, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed July 2: 8. H.
Virginian, for San Francisco.
NEWCASTLE Sallod Juno 27: llktne
Maknnell, for Honolulu.
II1I.O Ariheil July ! llkliic Albert,
from Port (lamble.
II1I.O Hailed July 4: Hchr. Robert
Searlen, for San rrane.'scn
IIILO-Salled July 4: H'br nitn-
slnii, for San rrnnelrcn.
1IANA Sailed July r: Hchr. O. M.
Kellogg, for San 1'rnnclnco.
Monday, July 4.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 2:
llktne. 8. (I. Wilder, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Salted July 2: U.
8 Collier Prometheus, for Hono
lulu. SAN TRANCISCO Arrived July 2:
S. 8. Enterprise, from Hllo, bonco
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Julr 3:
8. 8. Arlzonan, from 8an Diego.
SAN FRANCISCO Cleared July 2: 8.
S. Hyndes. for Honolulu.
ABERDEEN Arrived July 2:
Borcalls, hence Juno 8.
Tuesday, July 5,
SALINA CRUZ Arrhol July 4;
Mcxlcin, from Hllo, Juno 10,
ANTWERP Sailed July 1: 8.
(Ireystokc Castle, for Honolulu
NORFOLK-8alled July 4: Ship E.
M. Phelps, for Honolulu.
Arrheil Julr S. C
a. m.: S, S, Sierra, henco Juno 29. 1
Saturday, July 2.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 2: 8,;
8. Manchuria, henco June 2G.
NORFOLK Sailed Juno 30
Selsdon, (or Honolulu
H1LO Arrived June 29: Schr. W. II.
Marston, from Snn Francisco.
Friday, July 1.
Port Oamble Arrived, June 30.
schr. Camnno, hence Juno 9.
Kahulul Sailed, Juno 29, S. 8.
Nevodan. for San Franclucn.
, Thursday. June 30.
Victoria Arrived, Juno 28, 8. S.
Marama, heme June 22. --
Fort Bragg Sailed, Juno 30, bk.
S. C. Aijkn, for Honolulu.
I Satf-'tlantfscd'-i Returned, Juno
30, collier Prometheus, damaged by the Idea as a mnltor nf sheer Jus
lighters. tlce, but we are for It because wo will
Wednssday, June 29. not hnvo tho word "proteptlon' tisod
SAN FRANCISCO-Snllid Juno 23: S. "' clonlc al"1 i'xcun larltt iexc0c
8. Lurllno, for Honolulu. .which nro not only wrong In them-
NORFOLK Sailed Juuo 28: S. S. l)a- 'elves, but which Insulting the moral
mara, for Honolulu. . Instincts of tho pcoplo endanger tho
VOKOHAMA-Salled Juno 29: S. 8. protective- prlnclplo lltolf,
Asia, for Honolulu. "why nro tIl08 wn0 Intend to be
Tuesday, June 28.
SAN rRANCI8CO 8allcd Juno
S. S, Siberia, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 28,
3 p. m.: 8. S. Welhelmlnn, honco
COMAX Arrived Juno 28: 8. B. Hen
ley, henco Jnno 16.
Monday, June 27.
8AN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 25,
, V. VTVn, J V i..
Ionian, for Honolulu.
(1AVIOTA Sailed Juno 23
Chllcott. for Honolulu.
1'ORT LUDLOW Sailed Juno 25:
Stli. Alice Cooko, for Honolulu.
DHLAWARU IIRKAKWATKR Arrlv
cd Jutio'26: nk. Nuuauu, from Kaa
napall. PORT TOWNSKND - Arrived. June
25: Allco Cooke from Honolulu.
OAVIOTA-Sallod June 23: Ship M.
Chllcott. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlved Juno 25.
. m t
THE ltKPORT of tho trustees of
the Sues Cai.al for the last year, Just
lulled.' shows tho most pror.tablo
)ear In tho history of tho canal. Tho
receipts of the company amounted t-
nlmcBt pr.O.OOO.OOll. Omcers of the
tompany nttrlbulo the Increahe In re.
feints tn increased activity in Indian
trade and tho development of Man-
Report oF Resources and Liabilities
. ,. ' AT.0L0SE OP BllsiNEiC. 7V17S bOTH,ioijD't .,
I.oaiiB, Discounts and
Overdrafts $1,095,086 20
Ilonds ' 14,278 0(
Duo from Hanks., w,. 139,701 42
Cash 205,900 9C
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oahu.
1, K. I. Spalding, cashier of thellank of Claus Spreckels & Co., do
folemuly swear that tho abovo slalemeut Is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belleL H. I. 8PAI.DINO, Cashier.
Subscribed and worn to beforo me this Gtli day of July, 1910.
Henry c. Uapai,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
4003 July 0, 8, 11. s
(Continned from Pile 4)
strictures that seem surn tli bo In
eluded In tho 11 li il report.
It Ik stnled that Hie falluro jo re
port this morning was ilm to Hip re
fusal of snliin nf the Jurorrt tn sub
scribe tn olio or two wntlnieiilH in
rurrniiiti SIcHtocker'M reiMiit draft.
This iiiailc tho adjournment npcpssnry.
MILLION NEEDED FCW
THOUSANDS AT HAND
"It will taki n million illillnrs to
rompUto tho work reaulrod In fulfill
Ing the demands made iiinn Ihls
board by the blgucrS if Hiokp peti
tions," stated member Quinu before
the City anil County1 8upprImrs at
tho regular meeting hold last crn
Ing tjulim refcrreil to a liuiulroil
or inoro tielltlnns (hat hnvo been
imurlng Into tho Me1nlrc building
from nil inactions of the city. Relief
froni'mlrey and ilelaptdated roads Is
bought. In many Instance property
owtjora haru como forwaid ullh n
proposition to assist In raining the
funds for carrying on tho Imple
ment. McClellan thought that the
boaid should trcnnslder these offers
and enter Into smbo of tho propor
tions. "Well, what nro wo going to do
on less than tl 1.000 a month for road
work for Honolulu district," Inquired
SENATOR DEVERICQE. SEES
. QREAT FUTURE FOR
A TARIFF BOARD
. WASHINGTON,' June IB. Senator
neverldgu. v.li3 Introduced a tariff
uoart, ,)U B0Vcra J0I, nK0 nnj i,aB
)Ccn ))CipiBtcnt,ln advocating the Idea
n!,Ioii ,10 appropriation for such n
.board Friday afternoon In tho Senate
,n9 triumph to be followed by big
-Tho Etory of tho growth of the
powers nnd authority of tho Interstate
commerce commission," ho said, "will
lie repeated. Wo aro not only for
for n tarm tor rovenuu nniy in in r
chamber against this meanU'o? Are
they alarmed nt tho prospect of facty
being lnld boforo the Aim-rlcan K-(h
pie? Is It because) tiny know that
If tho actual truth about the differ
ences between tho cost of production
In this country and In foreign conn
tries Is lnld beforo tho nation by tho
cold ro,ort of impartial exports In-
rtead of ny tuo neaieu iivcrsiaicnii-niB
Mr. IU'vertdgo's speech fc:iovvcl a
motion by Mr. Clay (Hem., (U) tn
ellmlualo from tho sundry bill tho
Item npproprlatlng $250,000 for a ta
IT HAS llKHN REPOHTIJU tlilil nil
tho ships which were su nk al the
entrance to Port Arthur nt tlio time
of the war have now been removed
and the harbor may now be safely
cnlercd both by day nnd night. 1 hero
nro st.M a numbor of minor obstrtr-
tlons In tho shape nf timbers, btolics.
etc.. under water, nml the recovery
of nil tho debris is expected to tako
more than u vear to complete.
Tho expected Is freaucntly
trucked for tho unexpected
Hellish pcoplo expect n lot of crodlt
for being self-micrlllclng.
& Co., Bankers
ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINO ON PAQE EIGHT,
.1 ; J.,. . 1 ,
j ARRIVED i I t DEPARTED ,
Tufsrfav. Jul v 1
Ran Franeltico i Beattle llllo
nlan, M. N. 8. 8., 1 p. ni.
Wednesday, July C,
flan I'raticlrcn Lurllne, M, N. 8. 8,
7 3d n. m.
Hawaii nnd Maul pmin Olaiidlnp,
i-lini., a. in.
Knunl ports W. fl. Hall, stmr., n.
Tin: Nordileutschcr Lloyd is lu
ting fifteen of Ihelr steamers en
gaged In the I'nr Eastern tradn with
Tclefiiiiken wlreWn InitnllatloiiH.
Some of the wlrelcsi InstnllatlunRnrn
now In IJnngknng nnd will ho In
stalled nn those vpcbpIh which do not
make tho home trip. It Is expect
ed Hint thoCnhtPiiz, I'rlnr. Slglsmuud
and Prlnz Wnldemar will be supplied
The Tclefiinken Bjstcm la said In
bo one of the best wlrpless sysloms
In thn world, nnd rpcent instnlla-
(Ioiih nn Rome of the Herman Bteam
ern hnvo made rccprd illspnlrhes.
Tho longest dlstntico was covered
by tho Herman mull Menmcr Ktlst.
whl.li nent,n tiicsi.ign fropi Ihn Med.
Ilerrntip.iii Sea tu North Sea, acrim
tho Alps nt Switzerland, 2500 kilo
meters distant. Another steamer,
Anlgert of the Roland Line nr llreni
en, Iiiih made another iccnrd by fend
ing u message from Vnlpiimlso ntrosi
the Amies, to lluenos Ayres.
KfiNKHT II. W. C03SI.EP or Mel
bouri.o has Invented u device rnn
rcrnlng unvlgalliiu, vvhl.-h ho de
tribes: It Is claimed, that tho In
vention will Indicate the location of
n wrecked vessel, the d.i'n when It
met with disaster, the depth nt .vhlch
thp wreck lies, nnd nlm the co'irtn
Hint thn veisel was taking nnd ILj.
port Hint fl was innklnq for when
It me with disaster. Tho apparatus,
which Is In the form of n buoy, Is ro
leased automatically from tuu btldgo
deck when the vessel meets with dis
aster, and a wire nttuchnieut holds
It over the spot where the esscl
dlsappcnrs. The apparatus would
piovo useful, tho Inventor claims,
should n vessel beroino helpless In
mlducenn through nn accident to hor
ma'hlnery, ns specially floating "mc-v
tengers" lould ho set ndrlft In pre
vailing currents. Plans nnd specifi
cations nf the Invention have been
(lied In the government pntentipnice-
nnd a patent applied for. t
THE TENDER of $415,000 mndn
by tho Australian Wireless Telegraph
Co, for the construction of. n wlro
less telegraph Installation at Fro-
mantle, W. A., and Sydney has been
accepted. The plant must be capa
ble of communicating with llritlsh
warships nnd mail nnd other steam
era up tn 1000 miles, ami it Is stip
ulated in the contract that only llrlt
Ish subjects may he cinplojed upon
the construction works.
AMONG RECENT sales of wejl
known vessels Is that of tho llrltlsl
bark Pass of Kllllcranklo, which hat,
been tuken by tho Norwegians fo
$10,500. Tho Kllllcranklo was built It
1893 by It. Duncan & Son on tin
Clydo and was ownod by Gibson
Clark of Glasgow. Tito tale of Oil
vessel marks the passing nf tlio las
squaro rigger owned by this firm. I
formerly had lho Pnsx of Ilalmaha
PaBs of Lcny nnd Pass nf Mcfort It
addition to the Kllllcranklo.
IT IS REPORTED that the nev
United States naval collier Prome
them now enrouto from San Fran
Cisco tn Honolulu Is not brlnglnt
down Ilia two coal lighters vvhlcl
vveio assigned tho cnuso of her uccl
dental hicaklng down and delay li
leaving tho California port. It It
believed that thn collier can mako tin
vojago to Honolulu In eight or nlm
K8TAHL1SI1MENT of n Govern
ment owned steamship lino on tin
Parlflo Cnast, to bo operated In con
Junction with the lino nnvv owned 1)
tho Government on tho Atlantic it
connection with tho Panama Railroad
was advocated In tho House of Ropro
sentatlvcs on Juno 1G by Roproscn
tntlvu Mcl.achlan of California.
THIC Sllll'PnilS' Clipper Lino, op
orating between Philadelphia, Now
York and San Francisco, Is confront
cd by n rnlo war precipitated by tin
American-Hawaiian Steamship Com
pnny, which controls tio Tohunntepoc
Isthmus route from Sun Francisco tt
t'lilladclphla and Now York.
PRIOR TO THE departuro ot tin
United States roveuup cutter Thctl
on n ciiiIgo to tho neighboring hlri
Ulauds yostetday thut vessel was vis
Itod by Captains Rodman uud McDon
aid of tho Cleveland and Chattanooga
Captutn Cochrane of tho Thetis prov
ed nn agreeable host.
THE BIKRIIA, ot tho Oceanic Lint
Is reported to hnvc arrived at San
Francisco at six o'clock yestcula)
' . . .
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
Tuetday, July 5.
Maul, Moioku! nnd l.anal porta Ml
Irahnli, stmr, 5 p. rn.
Kauai Jiorts Klrjftil, slmr., n p. n.
Cruise Thetis, 11, 8. Rev. Culler,
Per slmr, Clnudlnb from Hawaii
nnd Maul ports, Jtily 0. Capt. V. 8.
Acclcrfton, Alex, Mny, Mrs. Marlel,
Miss E. Kilnfttnii, Miss 15. Wltiroek,
Mir. Medelros, Mrs. Wm. Walsh, ,1ns.
Klrkl.ind, Mr Vnsconccllns. Mis V.
Martin, Chas O. Sullivan, II. Ilrlght
well, Miss G. Hi AyrcX Miss 8. Wil
liams, M, l Rego. (!, II. Judd, Mrs. '
'Jmld. W, C, yida. 8, G. Cohen. Chas.
lleynnldH, Geo. Ilruns, II. N. Clark,,
K. H. Caicllos, ,Mrs. Johnson, Miss" It.
Niiuk inn. Miss I Nniikana, W. J.
Coplho, E. Dunn, S. Jlntiu, O. P.
Dann. II. lllshnw, II, Koh6n,.T. II. Coo
kctt, Mrs. Cockctt, Wi T. Drake, C.
D. Lilfkln. Miss I. At.' Hookox, A. W.
Todd, Gen. Kun,
Per M. N. 8. S. Lurllno from San
Francisco, July 0. II. O. Denton, Miss
(I. Smith, Mrs. 8. II. Derrick, F. It.
Fnssilt, iltss 1, Curtis, A. J. Wurts,
T, Wurls, Mrs. Wurts, Miss L. Wurts,
Mrs E. S. Good line, Miss E. May, M.
Ovpihiilso, Mrs. Overhalsc, Miss K.
.Mossman, J. Hutchinson. Mrs. Hutch
inson. Miss K. Hutchinson, A. IL
Case Jr.. Mrs. L, O, Case, J. Cordoll,
J. E. Llnd, Mrs) Llnd and 3 children,
Mrs. d. R, Hnnf, Mrs. W. li Pink
limn, Geo. Gardner, W. II. HaiiWi, II.
P. WVIIer, Miss L, Merrttnau. S,
l'er stmr. Klnnu, for F
July 6. A, E. Mlnvlclle.
Rice, Miss E. Wong, Master Leong,
Miss l.eviy. ,'. W. Wopdman. Mrs.
Wondnian, Mrs, J, A, Mullor, Mlss
Ames, IHhh M. lVrnnnder, L. Jt. Par
ker. Per stntr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Mnlol.nl ports, Jtily .l--AUss Lawrence,
Mrs. J. F, Drown, F. M Paty, Marlon
Dlehaw, Elizabeth K Parker, "Mulla
Devauchelle, Mrs. P, Nato, J. F. Rock,
Mrs. K. Vlelra, Miss M. Shaw.
Por stmr. Claudlno for Hawaii and
Mnnl ports, July 8. Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Iliown, J. P. Walker, Mrs. Wal
ker, A, M, Drown, Jr., Ilro. Frank,
Dro. Charles. )ro.Louls, Mrs. J, W.
Marshall, John Abln,' uls Akeo, Uro
Fuices.IlrpN ILl'ish,nr0- Uernard,
.Per stmr. KlnavC- for Kauai ports.
Juno 12 Miss Hadloy, Miss A. Holt,
Miss I. Iloyd, Miss "A. Hall, Miss J.
Per M. N. S. 8. Lurllno for San
Francisco, July 12. Robert Fnfley, J.
K. Farley, C. O. Hottol, Mrs. Hottel,
Miss L. Sturtevaut, Miss U McStock
sr, O. P. Hottel, F. D. McStocker, Miss
D. Clark Miss P. Gesell, Miss A. W.
Dla h, Miss V. Cowan, Mrs. A. M.
Scott, Miss Mabel Sunter, Albert B.
Oaker. Mrs. Dakcr. Miss A. S. Dart
tctt MIbs Green Mrs. J. J Green, Miss
M. Dunn, Miss C. Hcrrlck, L. Honls
forger, John Hind, Miss N. Smith,
vllss A. D. Collier. Mrs. E. T, Mills.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. for Kuha
ind Kail ports, July 15-t-MIss L. Hos
incr, A, C. l)rlmer, Mrs. S. C. Allen
and party, Miss Massey, Miss Walfacb,
Mrs. R. Wallace, Mrs. F. Iloogs.
' WATERFRONT NOTE8 ?
t. . .,
THE DRITISH froighter Greystoko -Castle,
a, Vessel of corisldcrable ton
nngo. Is 'reported1 all having sailed
from Antwerp for Honolulu and Pn
jot Bound ports yesterday. Thin
itnamer Is to Inaugurate a new ser
vice which hns hopn projected by Dal
four, (lutlirlo nnd Company. The
itcamer is expected hero the flrst
part cf September, according to coast
papers Lowers & Cooke, ot this city
iro nugntlntlng fdr tho purchase nf
tho 328-ton schooner Charles R, Wil
son, which Is being repaired nt the
Mooro & Scott Iron WorUs In tho
liny City, hnvlng run nslinrn nt Point
Reyes on, 3Jay 20 and sustained dam
ages to her sternpost and rudder, Tho
schoonor belongs to Wilson Brothers
ot Snu Fnliiclscn. I.owerH & Cooko'n
bid was $3,375, nnd tho lowest offer
ed. THE OLD runic Edward Mny.
which has been purchased by tho Pa
cific Coast Steamship Company from
Alexander & Unldwln, Is ono of tho
oldest sugar packets on tho CoaiL
Sho was built at Iloston In 1874 and
ran between tho Golden Gato and New
York for somo time and later be
tween San Francisco and Honolulu.
The Edward May Is to bo dtsmantUd
Immediately and converted Into a
barge for carrying coal for tho Paci
fic Coast Steamship Company's steam
THE COAL supplied lho American
ship E. M. Phelps and consigned to
tho United StntcH naval station at
Honolulu was taken on board at Nor
folk, Va. Tho vessel cleared tho At
lantic const iwrt on July 4th,
THE ARRIVAL of tho American
Hawaiian freighter Mexican at Sallna
Cruz with n full shipment of Island
sugar Is reported yesterday, The.
ficlghtcr sailed from Hllo on Juno
u .; i J$tJ- uwn