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EVENING BUtLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THtrMDAT, JtiT 7, 1910.
Honolulu Third Degree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
UI Aloha Chapter No. 8
tii visiting members of toe
order are cordially Invited to
ii lend meetlngi nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
UiniUC CUCIUCCBC Member of
iKiMiJicelSSnii .T A"0'
BENEFICIAL ASS"Q!ATIOrL ciatlon,
HARMONY I0D0E, No. 3, 1. 0. 0, F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
0AHU I0DQE, No. 1, K..i;of P,
- - .
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In It ofr.-Hall,
corner Fort and Doretnnla..:VIItlng
brothers cordially Invited to -attend,
WM. JONES. C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. R. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
. P. HIOOINS. Sachem.
f E. V. TODU. C. of R.
, HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
P"-' Meets on the 2nd and. 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
17:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
uereiauia udu ron sirens.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. R RILEY, W. P.
y WM. C. MCCOY, Sec.
I- HONOLULU 10DOE 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. Q.
'Elks, meets In their ball, on Klmjl
Street, near Fort, every Friday ,eyen
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordfally
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY I0DOE NO. '8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In' K. of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla, visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOR, O. O.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S,
Some Forfeit Bail And
At tho police court this morning
tho bunch of gamblers appoared who
woro arrested for shooting craps ati
llio Arlington Hotel owing to a youth
, claiming that ho had lost $65 there.
Most of the men forfeited their ball
ot $10, and let It go at that, Several,
however, appeared In court and plead
ed guilty and took their medicine to1
the tune of $12 each. ',
i' Joo, Leal pleaded guilty to tho
vMuibc uuv luuuu u tHuiuiuuiii ui iiio'ai norao,
effect that Ferraje. tho youth Who I In a Htninnmnt nnnmmMno u wn
claimed ho lost his money at the Ar-
' ,,. !,, .-I ..... V ,
-. .m-wo, w.wV, ..-. iHutuuaiiiK
some new clothlnc. hail lost the lial '
hnce at another place. Leal said that'
p'-, tho chauffeurs. had simply played for
-'V'"!,!!!! nmmtntit ilnrlni h Inn,- unit.
. lietwcen calls, and that only half do!-
If'Jars and quartern wore rlBked,
Ed. Cluney, who had been convict-
fuf 'ed of gambling on a former occasion,
was finod $17 In all. W. Cluney, whu
fS. , was defended by Attorney Rawlins
fllftta IV1UUI1UVU U( lllltl llfl autit.uu
:. " .InfoHsland and.O. n. & L. shipping!
hooks for sale' at the Bulletin.
, pfflco; 60c each. J
He Scorci Herr Ballin aj Head of
Trust and Associated Press Rep
resentative for Being in Its Em'
Representative William K. Hum
phrey of" Washington, the author of
the administration rM knbsldy hill
In the House on June 1C, sprang u
sensation when he Raid that the for
elgn trade of the United States was
fixed until it Is absolutely at the
mercy ot foreign ship and foreign
Mr. Humphrey gnvo nq his author
lty u report by the "Royal Commission
on Shipping Rings," appointed by ord
, er King IMwnrd VII, and declared
that hi- rould not explain why the
Information had not been spread
throughout the United Status.
At the same time the Washington
member called attention to the cm
nlnvmont nf Mr. Jerome J. Wilbur, of
tle Washington staff of the Associated
Tress, by Herr Ilallln, the head of a
wdrld wide foreign shipping trust."
Mr. Wilbur tuts admitted this before
tho special committee of the House
that has been imcstlgntlng the ship
subsidy lobby. He resigned from the
Associated Press today when request
ed to do so, after an investigation by
the authorities of the association.
Mr. Humphrey said that ull foreign
ships running between this country
and Europe, South America, South Af-
rivu uuu mu urieui, uru lunueu iuiu
"different combinations, 'conferences
or-pools." He asserted that these
ppools hiakc rates and eliminate com
petition, having- an agreement to de
stroy any company that attempts to
competo with them. One of theso con
ferences he called the "Continental,"
which he said included the French
line, Holland-America line, Hamburg
America line, North German Lloyd
Steamship Company, Scandinavian
American Company and tho Russian
"The hend of this world-wide trust,"
ho continued, "Is Herr Ilallln, by com
mon consent the most Influential man
in Germany, excepting otily the Em
peror himself. Herr Ilallln today sits
In Germany and absolutely 'fixes' the
price-that the American merchant, tho
Amcrlcan:nianufacturor and the Amer
ican .farmer must pay on every pound
ot freight he sends to Europe or to
South America. He absolutely die
tales the amount ot money that any
American citizen must pay to visit
Europe" ox to .visit South America.
"Ilerr, HailCn and Herr Boas, the
general manager of this company In
this country, havo frequently, through
tho American newspapers denounced
the efforts made by tho American Con
gress to do something to assist In
building up our merchant marine
Herr Ilallln came to this country a
few years ago and made a speech in
New York city to American business
men, Insisting that America should
permit Germany to carry her com
merce on tho seas.
"Tho hired representative of Herr
Ilallln and his interests Is here In
Washington today on the staff of the
Associated Press, the greatest news
gathering agent In the world. This
gentleman's name Is Mr. Jerome J
Wilbur, and when you remember how
closo to tho German merchant marine
Is to the Germany navy It Is at least
suggestlvo that this representative of
this great foreign Bteamshlp trust
should also bo the representative of
the .Associated Press assigned to our
State, War and Navy Departments.
"This Is the Herr Ilallln whoso com
pany voluntarily withdrew two of Its
fastest and best ships and sold them
to Spain to sink, burn nnd destroy
"This Is tho man and this Is the
company that today absolutely dic
tates how and on what terniB this
great nation shall transport Its com
nicrce. All this Is done without com
plaint nnd without protest on our
part, and this while the whole country
Is filled with the sound and fury of
tho verbal battle to exterminate com-
paratlvely small trusts and combines
bur's resignation, tlie AuocUted Preas
Th, ,., , ,,,. . ..
. ..- w. ...o iu..b, uu-
ul nU nono"'D ""vice !es not
Justify any assumption that he has
been consciously guilty of any mis
conduct, nor that In tho work ho hai,
performed for the steamship com-
panjes ho lias done anything which
one not connected with the A. P.
might not have dono with perfect nro-
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The Drltlsh freighter Alden Is
twentyono days out from Sydney, N.
- " ne vessel is reported as
bringing a cargo of coal for Honolulu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Order a caso of Plneciar L'elthead Si
Woodward. Phone 657, '
It goes without saying that every.
thtng'ls Rest nt The Encoro.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg: Co., 427 Queen St,
iIror .''distilled water. Hlro'sl Rodl
T.y- i ....'. . . . .
uiter.ana, an. oiner popular anns.j
King'tip pnotib T, consolidated soda
Works.- ' i - '
Attorney-Geiqpral Ultidsay and M,
P. grosser "wl'jrjall ;for Kauai this
evening as passengers: In the steamer
W. O. Hall.
Win. Kamnkawlwoolo had n vicious
dog, nnd as It molested pisscrs-by,
the .owner was fined $13 this morn
ing b'y Judge Andraric.
Copelnnd, a youth who assaulted tho
doorkeeper at tho Empire Theater,
was fined $11 this morning for hU
part In the affair.
General Davis celebrated his sixty
second birthday today, nnd passed
muster ns the youngest slxly-lwo-year-old
general , In the rniintr'y.
II. E. Walker, Of this city hns don
ated a gold medal which will be pre'
scnted to tho' best Waseda batsninn
nt the end of 'the Onlm league and
Japanese series of baseball games.
Sam . Pack, an nged Chinese, who
was found guilty nf selling opium, was
fined xf 50 and costs this morning nt
tile lo I ce court. Judge Humphreys
appeared for the defendant and noted
Tho Executive Committee ot the
Home Rule party Is meeting this af
ternoon to set a day for the general
political convention to bo held In a
nsnr future. President Charles IC.
Notley Is presiding.
Eight Hnwallanr, who are alleg;d
to have destroyed some growing rlco
over on the other sldo of tho Island,
were arrostcd yesterday but released
to apicnr by Deputy nose. Judge
Humphreys Is appearing for the men,
and tho trouble seems to havo arisen
through a dlspnto as to the owner
ihlp of certain land on which tho rlco
(Continued from Page 1)
ardly one which might easily havo
resulted In his death,
Ilefo'ro Commissioner Judd this nf-
ternoon a hearing was held and tho
native against whom Jerry had the
warrant sworn out wns bound over
for action by the Grand Jury, prob
able cause having been found,
Jerry was tho first witness nnd his
appcaranco with one side of Ills faco.
nnd left eyo out of business was elo
quent testimony In his behalf.
The only other witness In tho caso
besides tho accused man and Jerry
was tho first mate of tho Claudlno
who testified that tho native was
drunk and that when he got to tho
hold after being told thcro was a row
there ho found Jerry bslng held down
by tho sailor. Ho ordered him to let
him alone nnd go to bed.
The native testified that Jerry had
used insulting names to him nnd
that ho was drunk, having brought
liquor aboard the vessel with Mm,
but this testimony was directly op
posed to that of Jerry and the mate.
llond In the Bum of $100 wns re
WAS THE HOST
I.ast evening Captain Rodman en
tertained nt dlnnor on board tho
Acting Governor and Mrs. Mott
Smltfi wero the only civilian gucsth
present nt tho function, the others
who were present being Admiral anjl
Mrs. Rcos, Captain nnd Mrs. Low.
nnd Captain Mncbonald of tho Chattanooga.
ino iiincuon was grw-ai '" ought to bo thankful to us mosqul
tho stringed orchestra of tho ship t f . . tn won(,orfu,iy
-which furnished music mnklng a ht
wth Bomo Hawaiian airs which they
havo picked, up since arrival tn iort.
Governor I-'rear ,1s nt Oakland, ac
cording to Information received by
cable by tho Acting Governor today.
The Governor Btntoa t)iat ,ho wll
sail from. San Francisco for Honolulu
on JuIylSJ 'This means that he leaves
the 'coast on 'the Miinchurla, which'
sails that day and arrives In port hero
on Tuosday, July 18.
THE AMERICAN" schooner Fear
less, having dls:harged a shipment
of Coast lumber at the port, depart-,
ed for the Sound yesterday. The
vessel sailed In ballast.
i ; i: 'I--
Clold cuff link; Chinese character,
Reward if returned to this office,
HSIM-St ' I
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. I0VE.
M J -
By Miss Quito
My recollections of rhlldhood dayu
are not as vivid ns those of "tliii
oldest Inhabitant," for I have not al
ways been n good, big, healthy mo.i
qulto, still I can remember when 1
wan a little wriggler ami had thou
nnudii of little brother nnd sister
who lived In an old to.
I guess I must have been
born In that tomato can. Old .Mr.
Snlfklns was n dear, good old follow, to slrk people. It does not matter
fdr he never botlieted with punching whether I made them sick, or no'
nnyholes In the old cans, ns tho If .tlioy hnvc wimn eontnglotia dls
Hoard' of Health wished him to do, ease, no much the heller 1 nm nl
before he threw the cans Into tho ways on the spot. I ean carry nwny
garbage hole. Since 1 have beconio more disease-breeding germs than
n full-Hedged mosquito I hnn hart nliy mosquito that was ever bred III
many a klrldly thought for old Mr. tho tomato enns In good, kind old
Shifklns, because he provides such Mr. Snlfklns' garbage pile,
dollghtful breeding plaees for nil my What do I do' with these disease
million children that I have raised breeding germsT Well, I certainly
arid' the millions I expert to enmo know' t'ny business. If the wind Is
out next week. 1 nm afraid I shall not too strong I make a hcc-llne for
hnvrf to hunt up some of Mr. Snlf- romo house whero there Is no slclt
klns relatives und see If they nro ns ness and bore Into some ot the fnni
cnrelcss with their old tin cans ns y, nnd heforo they turn In for tho
Mr. Snlfklns Is? fdr nryiamlly mono -night you bet I have unloaded n
will soon" be too large for all tho goodly supply1 of germs,
old cans ho throws out. If he had It wag only a few days igo that I
only punched wune holes In the lo-'sat on the corner of n picture frntnr
thn'to cans before ho threw them out an wnt:hed n young fathe- nnd
they would not hold water, and then mother weeping over tho lltt o dead
what would I do for n place In which boby of their firstborn. I wondered
to Iny my eggs? If we did not hnvo f they kilow that I was th? murder
hundreds of people like good old Mr. cr of that little baby. Ilut, then,
Snlfklni thero would certainly ho they must have wunted me, becnuuo
rnce suicide In tho mosquito family .when I left tho house In tho morn
In dear Hawaii. Ilng'to find u house whero th?ro who
Of my parents I know very little another baby, 1 nollred n lot or
In fact, I never knew them but I empty cans' In the rence corner, and
have heard that my mother got wind taTtlng a lcok nt them I saw n lot
of n lilce nlthy back yard In tho of fine, healthy wrigglers, and 1
next block nnd had started to take really felt sorry for the young cou
up her qunrtors there when a strong, pl0 whoso baby I had murdered, for
breeze threw her up against the Bide. i know they were friends of mos.
of a house nnd killed her. My fa-i qultoes.
thcr wandered off one nfternoon and j hnvo hnd somo narrow escapes
never returned. I also heard that! dining- my Bhort life, but tho one
ho wns foolish enough to get under nthnt gave mo the biggest scarp nnd
bed net to wait for a nice fat baby mado mo think that my mosquito
to be put to sleep, hut tho chnncej career was finished, was one evening
aro that tho baby's mother discover-' when I had Just loaded up with
ed my father and, killed him. Oh,, gome extra fine germs from theilto.
this is a Wicked world. I wish all nal, and had mado quite' a Might.
the men were as rood and kind ttl inAbin.. , .,,., ...., i., . ......
us mosquitoes ns Mr. Snlfklns Is.
...ra uo i wv-..u..iu uiusiiuii.i i
me nrst iiimg i learned was to hide
away In somo dark corner or behind,
n phture during the daytlmo. and.
as soon ns It commenced to get even
ing I would come out and make an
attack on the first person I saw. in
the first weeks of my 'mosquito Ufa
I tackled only babies, becauso they
would let me bite and suck blood
just as long as I Wished to. I was
nfrnldof grown-ups; they slapped so!
hard and quick. I grew braver as
I grew older, and take a chance at
anybody now, nnd have becomo quite
an athlete at dodging slaps. I some
times think us mosquitoes would
make good Woollcyltes', becauso wo
are so expert at dodging the Issue.
Family honors comb to mo thick
and fast. I had hardly flown ' out
ot good, kind Mr. Snlfklns' old to
mato cans before I was married, and
In ten days I was the mother of
1400 dear llttlo mosquitoes, and be
fore I was a mouth old I was grand-
mother to 210, SC3 little mosquitoes,
Rntna tinstrif a t til nlr t It i I xfa mna. I
""'"" ' '"" ', : "" """
qultoes have no business on earth.
nhd make to kill us nt every chance.
They even put! up money and
us; using filthy oil ond acids fn their
meanness, going from houso to house
and' Injecting the acids and olts Into
bit of our favorite breeding places.
Thank the lord, they havo not found
good, kind old Mr, Snlfklns' place
Hut there aro somo people who
for wo help them wonderfully
lri their business. If I had my say
eo I would demand a cdmmlsslon
from every undertaker, doctor, gruve
dlgger and hearse.'drlvcr; If It. wero
nbt tor1 ' Its mosquitoes tho cemo
terles would not be hah so full. In.
directly, we keep most ot tho crema
tories hot. Why, 'I know of lots of
coses' where I ihad "carefully absorb
ed' a million or so of malaria and
typhbld germs and unloaded them In
hotqes where thero wero'lfo- screens
to tho doors or windows.
Thore was thal"lltt'ld girl, who
was Just' considered 'tlioprldo" of hor
school, -and her old auntie, a dear old
jady, whom I used to feast on when
no'thlng more tender-showed up, died
of typhbld, and vvii'on'th'e estate was
Bettjed up, the house went to some
people who punched holes In alt ot
tho tomato cn'ns" that they threw
out, and put screens on the windows.
That, from a ' healthy mosquito's
standpoint, Is Ingratitude.
Fom my hldng place behind tho
hunch of peacock feathers In the cor
ner of tho dining-room 1 hnvo watch-
ed tlfo family sit down to tho tablo
nnd start and finish the meal right
there. How different li Is with us
innrqultoeKl I like In lake n few
tucks In I he iilop pall, then u I urn
nt the gnrbagn can, then I am reluly
to snuggle down real r.ort llt.e on
the slee)lng baby of the house. Of
course, If the baby dies I have to
hunt r, another house' where there
is ti hn.iy, for I dote on hnhles when
It cotnei, to spreading disease.
I one of my favorJIo wiorts Is n visit
. ."uniHft ,l DUIIID (U UIUUU ttJ 111111-
(Be Iny hospital germs with, when I
nouceii mi open window with no
screen. A young lady eat near a
amp reading a book. Her cheok
looked-sn fnlr nn.i ninmn ihn t tnntr
a chance at It. As 1 was about to
alight she accidentally brushed her
hand across her cheek and yawned,
and In trying to escape tho move
ment of her hand I got Into tho In
halo of the yawn, nnd tho first thl'iji
I know I was half-way down hor
uiroat. Ot course, she commenced
to cough and expectorate and gag,
and I thought my time had como, but
nt last I came up with Borne of tho
tcrrtblo exortlons that wero being
mado and landed on tho wet grass
nutsldo of tho window. Yes, It was
a closo call, nnd In the m4lec I lost
my load of disease germs.
In the States, I am told, tho cold
winter season kills off large num
bers of oilr big family, but here,
thank goodncEs and good, kind old
Mr. Snlfklns nnd his sort, vfho have
such delightfully filthy back yards
and never use acids or punch holes
;m discarded tin cans
!,., .,.,, ,,
we breed the
Tho onr(, f ,, g
ln-!foCi nlJ1, t ,g mal(,ns t,l0
,?'"' - r "n
Hut let them do their worst. Let
them saturate Hawaii from end to
end with their vile wriggler-destroying
fluids, only leave us kind, good
old Mr. Snlfklns' pile of cans, hold
Ing stagnant water, and I ulone will
create 'faster than they can do
stroy. I havo not "crossed the
bridge on tho middle of life" ,yet,
still I can name my great-grandchildren
hack to tho tenth genera
tion; ni:d If I escape the slaps that
are aimed at mo for the next two
weeks I can Increases tho number of
my direct descendants to 910,038,
428,437. L00AL NOTICE 'TO MARINERS.
Hawaiian Islands. Maul Island,
northerly Side Knhulul Harbor
Kajiillul Dreawnter Light Establlsn.
ed-lrdn Jdly 1, 1910, a" fixed white
lens-lantern light, 40 foot abpvo tho
water and 34" feet above the break
water, was establlshe'd oil the break
water, about 400 feet frtnVlts pres
ent end! ' ',-i
Tho approximate geographic post.
Hon of tho light, as taken from
Coast and Oeodetlc Survey Chart No.
4105, is; Latitude north 20 rteg, 54
mlu (00 bcc.); longitude, west, 166
deg. 28 mln (14 sec).
Ily order of the Lighthouse Hoard.
V. 8. lipttSTON,
I.)eut.-C,ommnndor, U. S. N Assist
ant to tho Inspector, 12th Light
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAQE EIGHT,.,
i $T- inpiurn tf I PA8SENOER8 ARRlVfiD I
' .'.".: '.rz- a j : 1 i
Wednetday, July C.
Central alid 'South American ports
Klyo Maru, Jap. stmr., 2 p. m,
r A NUM11ER of slnwawnys are ex
pected will arrive hero by the United
States nrmy transport Sherman which
vessel is dno to arrlvo from San
Francisco on or nliout July 12th. Tho
unbidden passengers nm from tho
transport Sheridan which nailed from
Honolulu on the evening of July 4th.
According to Purser Warren of tho
Lurllnc, tho stowaways wero to be
transferred nt sea nnd returned tA
Honolulu, the place of their embark
CAPTAIN ZANDKR. master of the
Ilelglnh training ship L'Avenlr, Is
expecting to clear that vessel for
San Frnnrlseo on Saturday. Over
three thousand tons of Australian
coal have been discharged from the
Iieigian ship. Tho 1Avenlr nns
been lying In (ho stream nt the The
tis anchorage for several days past
awaiting nrdcrr. The ship will pro
ceed to tho Coast with the expecta
tion of securing n charter.
THE HEFFERNAN Dry Deck Com
pany of Scuttle Is believed will land
tho contract for making tho repairs
and refitting of the United States
army transiiort Thomas. This vessel
has gono out of commission and be
fore llio Vessel In rend)' for service
again, 'a large sum of monoy will ho
spent In making the tloopshl) ' sen
worthy. FLOATING SUdAR Is still going
Into the American schooner Rl P.
Rlthet, and that vessel will take on
n full cargo before sailing for San
Francisco. C. llrewor & Co. itro.
looking nttcr the Interests of the
vessel while nt the port. Tho Rlthet
arrived here on June 18 with a mis
cellaneous cargo fiom the Coast.
THE MATSON STEAMER Lurllno
will get nwny for Knhulul this even
ing. Tho vessel Is exported back at
Honolulu by Monday morning and
will commence to lake on cargo pre
paratory to sailing for San Francisco
tho following day. Tho Lurllno will
depart from Honolulu with n full
complement ot cabin pnssengcrs.
A LAROE SHIPMENT or nltratoj
amounting to noarly thrco thousand
tons has arrived nt Honolulu by tho
Toyo Klscn KaUha freighter Klyoj
Maru. This vessel halls from Central
and South American porta and will
remain here for about a week. II.
Hackfcld and Company nro the local
representatives of tho vessel.
A SHIPMENT of Kauai sugar to
tho amount of RCOO sacks has ar
rived by tho steamer Hall and has
been discharged to v permit the sail
ing ot that vessel on a return trip
to Garden Island ports nt 5 o'clock
this evening. Tho Hall met with
fresh trades on the homeward voy
age. PURSER LOOAN of tho steamer
W. G. ilall reports tho following con
signments ,of sugar awaiting ship
ment at Kauai ports: K. S. M
6750 bags; K.K. S., 200; M. A. K
5000; Mcll., 7C54; K. P., 12.219J II.
S. Co,, 29,725; K, S. Co., 3000; H.
M., 3195 P. L., 85; M. S. Co., 4000.
THE PACIFIC Mall Intermediate
steamer Asia from Hongkong by' tho
way' of Japan ports Is duo 'to arrive
at Honolulu tomorrow afternoon uc
cording to a wlroloss messago to
eclved from that vossol last night.
Tho Asia was eight hundred miles off
THE MARY E. FOSTER has been
at tho pbrt hi nee June 15 discharg
ing lumbor consigned to Allen &
Robinson. T)io schooner may get
away for the Sound by Saturday, ac
cording to tho present calculations
of her master, Captain Johnson.
A LATK wlrolofcs messago receiv
ed last night from tho Pacific Mall
liner Siberia gives that vessel's posi
tion as six hundred miles off tho port
steaming towards Japan through light
northerly wjnds nnd moderate sods
A LA RGB numb'or of cabin passen
gers havo' "booked foh San Fj-ahclsco
by'the Matsori Navigation steamer
Wllhoimlnn. The vessel will salt from
Honolulu' -on July 20.
FIN.B WEATHER Is reported six
hundred mlioa oft tho ikirt by tho
United States nrmy transport Sheri
dan now enroutb from Honolulu to
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THE PACIFIC Mall .steamer China
destined for Japan and China ports
by '(bo way of Honolulu Is reported
to hnvo sailed from San Francisco 1 rol,ca cnrGo brought to Honolulu by
yesterday, I the Gorman ship Reneo Rlckmers has
' I been discharged and that vessel Is
A SAN FRANCISCO cablo nn ready for sea. It Is understood that
nouncrs the departure of tho Matson."10 R'ekmers will proceed to San
Navigation steamer Wllhclmlna from I'rnnclsco for further orders. The.
San Francisco at noon yesterday. vessel arrived here on Juno 15, con,
- ' Blgned to the agency of H. Hackfeia
8- For Sale" cards at Bulletin... ' & Co,
Per stmr. W.'G. Hall from Kauai,
ports W. Ahana, O. Inoue. Mrs. (1.
Muller, Miss M. Klescl, Wm. Knyser,
Ml-R. Knyser, Miss Mumford.
J,. , : ui-l .'
Per stmr. Claudlno rorJIawalt and
Maul ports, July S. Mr, and Mrs. A.
M. Drown, J. F. Walker, Mrs, Wal
ker, A. M. Drown Jr, Dro. Frank,
Dro. Charles, Dro. Ixuls, Mrs. J. W.
Marshall, John Aliln, Louis, Akeo, Dro
Frances, Dro. Robert, Dro, Bernard,
Dro. Cloment, Dro. August.
Per stmr. Mnuna Ken fo'r Jilllo nnd
way ports, July 12. R. 8. Hbsmer,
T. O, navies, Mrs. W. "von Khlmory,
Miss Elaa Cotes, Miss Wagoner, F.
S. Dodge, Mrs. DodR'.' Mlss.'li6nettl.
Miss Adams, G. !'. Ju'dd, Mrs. Judd,
Miss F. M. Full!!, Mrs. Coggshaum,
Mrs. Parmentcr, Miss I.. Ryan, Miss
P. Hccn. W. Crawford, Mra. Crawford,
Capt F. D. Walker1. F.W. Jamloson,
It. McCorrlslon, F. R. Fassott, Jas.
Fnrrrst, Miss E. Peterson', Miss K.
McCarthy, MIps L. McCarthy, Miss
I. Young, Mrs, J. Monsarrat, A, E.
Dole, Mrs. Dole, It. I. Llllle.-W. Owen.
Mm. Owen, C. S. Drown," U Steven
son, O. W. Dickson, Mrk. Dlck'son, A.
D. Catsro, M, A, Sll'va,
Per M. N. 8. S. Lurllno for San
Francisco, July 12. Robert Farley, J.
K. Farley, C. O. Hottol, Mrs. llottel,
Miss L. Sturtovant, Miss L. McStock
or, O. P. llottel. F. U. McStocker, Miss
II. CI irk, Miss P. 'Gesell, Miss A. W.
Dla it, Miss V. Cowan, Mrs. A. M.
Scolt, Miss Mnbcl SifutCri'Alhort S.
linker, Mrs. Halter. Miss Af 8. Dart
lett Miss Orcen Mrs. J.' J. Green, Miss
M. Dunn, MIss'C. Derrick, L. Honls
bergcr, John Hind, Miss N.. Smith,
Mss A. 11. Collier. Mrs. E. T. Mills.
Por stmr. Klnnu. for Kauai ports,
Juno 12 Miss, Hndley1, Miss A. Holt,
MIbr 1, Doyd, 'Miss A. Hall, Miss J.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. for Kona
nnd Kail 'ports, July 15 Miss L. Hos
mer, A, E. Iorlmer, Mrs. S. C. Allen
nnd pirty. Miss Mnssey, Miss Wallace,
Mrs. R. Wallace, Mrs. F. Hoogs.
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhclmlna for Snn
Francisco, July 20. tlsa E, Henri
qu'es, Mrs. HenrlqilcS, Miss Hutchin
son, Mrs. Helen Slemsen, Miss Allco
Davis. Miss Pansy, G. Roberts, Miss
Nora Towner, Miss Von Tempxky,
Mrs. Dora Von Tempsky, W. O.
Franklin, Paul do la Vergne, Prof.
V. Thompson, Robert Mist, F. II. lira
dent 'J, "Tt McCarthy, Mrs. 11 John
son, Mrs. D. ,0. 'Currnn, Miss U C.
Sterrctt, Mrs. II. R. Ilerry, Mrs. A. R.
Gurry, Jlrs. H. O. Sulilvnn, Mrs. E.
Hansen, Miss F. Shlpman, Miss O. A.
Arnold, Miss M. Cook, Miss E. Dutot,
Miss L. Glrvln, Mrs. J. W. Olrvln,
Mrs. A. P. Knight, Miss Alice. Thomp
son, Miss N. T. Ellison, Miss A, Har
rington, Miss Mary Sexton, Miss Lyda
McStocker, F. D. McStocker, Dr. C.
I). Cooper, Dr. Dnldwln, F. Klamn,
J. N. 8. Williams, Mrs. Williams. Miss
Klamp, Miss McCarty, Miss Edith
Meyer, Miss Guppy, A, D. Castro, Wm
Walsh, Mrs. Walsh, J Ahrcns, MrB.
Ahrnns, F. N. Pnyno, C. W. Macfar
lane, Miss E. F. Mist, Mrs. II. M.
Per O. S. S, Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, July 20 Mr. anil Mrs. S. E.
Scheellne, J. M. Scheellno, J. II. Fid
dos, .1. P. Erdman, Mrs. S. M. Need
ham, Miss Needham, Miss Harbaugh,
Miss M. T. Kluegel. R. W. Robinson,
R. P. Drake, E. P, Letson, W. G. Ir
win. Miss T. Fahy, d. Hush, Austin
White, Mrs. Wm. Abloy, Miss M.
Ga'sse, J. "S. Marrow, MIbb E. Falrwea
thcr, Mrs. Nd', Emerson, Miss1 S. C.
Sterrctt. Mrs. 'F. Hurt, MIss'E. E.
Meier, E. R. Alexander, A. W. Emer
son Mrs. Sturtbvant, Miss Jnry, Mrs..
L. Daldwln, Miss N. Hurt, Miss Ryan,
C. A, Mcintosh, II, B. nond, R. E.
Mst, C. S. Drown, I. Rubenstoln, C.
i. l.lpplncott, F, D. Wlthlngton, A. T,
Dredp'o, M.ajor Riley, Mrs. and Miss
Koefer, W. L. l-ietchcrj, W. Simpson.
,Mns E. Kamaka. Miss M, Clark,
Misses D. and A. Goldsmith, Mm.
Dluln, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8turtovun,t, Mlsn
Plhknrton, Mrs. Palieston,' L, ' Horn
ingshurgcr, Cnpt, Fostor, Jas, Me
Cnndloss, M,ra. ' M.i li;. N'bto, Jrs. J.
.S. Cbllds, Mrs. ty'A Anderson, J.
II, Sclinnck, C. F. Jenkins, M. Urodor
'ick, MVa1! 'Jno. Dyer", MIsb U Abolo,
Miss N. F, Ellison, Mrs. Geo. Mar
t(n, W. Knssoleen, W. Heastand, Mr.
nnd Mrs. O.' A. nocker, J, K. I-'fir-16,
F. Farley, -Mr. and' Mrs. W. Can
non, Mrs. 'F. Leo. Miss lleo, Mrs. C.
A, Helton, Mr. and Mrs. E, T, Blmp
son, Mrd, Oliver' and son, Mr. nnd
MrB. E. D. Hoyden, Mrs. J. Wlntor,
Miss C. M, MacDnnald, Miss M, An
derson, E. H. DrownDr. Walker, M.
I TRANSPORT SERVICE. I
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Dix, nr. SeaUlo from Hon,, May 14.
Logan from Hon. for Manila, Juno 14.
Sheridan, from Manila stdlcd from
Hon. July 4.
Sherman, from S. F. for Hon, July; 5.
THE LARGE SHIPMENT of Eu-
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