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EyBTqN Brrm, Hdwottjv, t. m., friday, :vvt s, mo.
Honolulu Third Degree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lcl Alolin Chapter Xo.
All visiting members ot tne
Jrder are cordially lnIUd to
utond meeting" of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Aho-
BENEFICIAL ASVSIATIOH. ciations cor-
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening al
7:30 In I. 0. 0. P. Hall, Fori Street.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All vliltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
Meets every first andrthlrd -Friday
evening at 7:30 In K. of p: Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. VltltlnK
brotbors cordially Invited to attend:
0. F. HEINE.JiT.R, B
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. I, I. 0. EfH.'
Meeu every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knlghta of
Pythias ilall. Visiting broth'ers'cor
dlally Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem,
B. V. TOOU. C. ot R.
HONOLUIU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cvcnlnga ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Vliltlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend W. R. K1LEY, W. P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Bee.
HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, D. P, 0.
Elks, meets In tbelr ball, on KlnK
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
. Invited to attend. - -
JA3. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, 8ec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE N0H8, 2
K. OF P. j
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall. cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothel s cordially Invited to t
'end. !Ai 11. A JAIIjUJV. j. U.
E, A. JAUUUBUN, l. 11. D.
Tho delegation of Filipinos who ar
rived for the Island plantations by
tho Toyo Risen Kalsha llnor Chlyo
Mnru weie released from tho Fedoral
quarantine station Tuesday and they
hnvo taken up headquarters at 'the
planters' shed pending their transfer
to the various BUgar estates.
A number of Japanese and Chinese
also arrived at Honolulu by tho Chlyo
Muni nnd these wcro turned over td
tho Immigration Rureau upon leaving
quarantine at tho expiration of a five
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 7, 1010.
' From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Frank R Vlda by ntty to Knto
L Vlda D
Est of B C Allen by trs to J II
Maria D Cummlngs and hsb to
William O Smith M
Maria D Cummlngs and hsb to
Trs Est of W C Lunalllo M
Edgar Heurlquea and wf to Jn-
clntho R Souza D
Hen P Manoanoa and wf to Tarn
Entered for Record July 8, 1010,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
J H Schnack to James C L Arm-
strong ,. '." Rel
Maria T Furtado and hsb to
Mrs Edith Dovd
Hawaiian Trust Company has been
appointed trustco for W. F. I. KaaoJ
lxmd of $400 being furnished.
NEW - TODAY
.COURT OF.LAND REGwIRATION.
I TERRITORY OF HAWAII to It
FOCKB; TRENT TRUST COM-
I'ANY, LIMITED, Trustee of
Cummlng Minors; P. F. PE
TERSON; Mlb-PACIFIC INSTI
TUTE (by F. V. Damon, Preal-
dent ) ; WOODLAwtf o OAJft
AND STOCK CO. (by f!?N?p1n'
ker, Manner): CITY ANt1
iniivfv nu imvnt.m .ft lUA
Joseph J. Fern ha Mayor and
President of the iloafitof Su
pervisors) t and to ALL, whom
It may concern!
Whereas, n petltlbri1 has 'been" pre
sented to said Court by THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII t'n'reglster'nnd
confirm lis title In Hie followlng-de-
Land situate at' Knuwnlatt, Mnnoa
Valley, Kona, Oaliil. Territory of Ha
waii, being Orant 118 lo T. Melcalf.
anil more particularly described ni
Beginning at Hie north corner of
this plero nl the Jon-tlnn ot the
stonewalls, Mild point liking by Irtle
azimuth 291 to' and being distant
867. 5 feet from an Iron pin at the
south corner of land described In
Land Registration Court Certificate
No. 87 to V.. A. KlnneV, said Iron
nln belnir nlm the lnlil.it point In
tho notes of survery urcnnipauylDS
Land Registration Court Petition No.
108. J. Kldwell, PelltlohVr', and tbo
coordinates of said point of beglu
nlfig referred to (lovernment Survey
Trig. Blntlon "Hooky Hill" being
387.4 feet south and 3537.8 feet
ennt, and running by true azimuths:
(1) 291 16', 1K..8 feet nlong
stonewall along land described
In Conrt of Land Registration
Petition No, 117 (Henry Peters,
(2) 291 20', 7234.6 feet along
67-', 73.0 reet along
00', 17.0 feet nlong
(8) 301v 40',. -74.0 feet along
stonewall, along Orant 3C93 to
(6) 296 40', 74.0 feet nlong
stonewall along Orant 3698 to
(7) 309 06. 173.0 feet along
00', 21.0 feet along
20', 107.0 feet along
(10) 207 40', 146.0 feet along
stonewall along drant 3698 to
II. Focke to the center of the
(11) 21 26', 783.1 feet down
along the center of tho stream;
(12) 82 46. 130.0 feet along
the Government laud Ot I'm-'
(13) 88 20',; 99.0 feet along
stonewall along the Government
land df Puahla;
(14) 102' 16', 143.0 feet along
(16) 124 10', 61.0 feet alorig
(16) 128" 25', 12C.0 feet along
CW) 147 15', 127.0 feet along
3ld) 128" 20. 137.0 feet nlong
(19) 141 05', 105.0 feet along
(20) 143 16', 17.9 feet rildne
land described In Court of Land
Registration Petition No. 116
(H. Focke and W, E. Wall, Pe.
tltloners), to a pipe;
(21) 222 62', 81.0 feet along
stonewall along L. C. A. 1828:3,
to Ewaloa; '
(22) 223 10', 129.0 feet along
, stonewall along land described
In Court of Lnnd Registration
Petition No. 108 (John Kid
(23) 163 46', 72.1 feet along
46', 169.0 feet along
30', 39.0 feet along
06', 128.0 feet along
20', 89.0 feet hlong
20', 27,3 feet along
22', 61.2 feet along1
stonewall along L. C. A. 1827 to
Wahabee to point of beginning.
Area. 16 9-10 acres.
You are Hereby cited to appear at
the Court ot Land Registration, ta
be held at the City and County of
Honolulu, 011 thd 2nd day 'of Aim
nml A n 1Q10 nl 10 nVln'xV Itf
llln fnrAnnnli In flllAiv rnusn If nnv'
you have why the prayer bf said p?. Territory oi1 .Hawaii, i '. , .
tltlon should not be" granted, And City and County of Honolulu, u:
unless you appear at said Court! I. Cecil Ilrown, President of the
at thi time and' place' aforesaid above-named bank,' d6 solemnly
y'our default wjll be recorded, j swear that the .abfiVe statement Is,
and the said petition will beitrW I" the best of my knoVledgq
taken as confessed, and you 'will bo
forever barred from contesting said
petition or any decree 'entered
Witness the HON'ORABLHTw.' J.
ROBINSON, Judge ot said Court, this
7th day of July, A. D. 19lo.
' Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal) M. T, S1MONTON,
4600 July 8, 16, 22, 29.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Order a case of Flnectar Lellhcad a
Woodward. Phone TC7. t
A son was-born Ho Mr. afc'd Mb.
A. N. Campbell on Thursday. '
It goes without Baying that every
thing Is Host at The Encore.
Drink Rainier when you're' dry. U's
the beer ihat suits the people.
If vou want a Rood lob done on -an
inito, or barriage toko it to; llawallau
Carriage :Mfg. Co., -427 Queen St.
-"MarshtNHendrr ttnd tf.- S. Dis
trict Attriey nreckorrs departed fur
nnuai iSEi).nigni. on omciai nusinwr,
1 For Bistllled' 'water. Hire's Root
Deer ah'd fhll- other populat drlriks.
Ring up 'phono 71,, 'Consolidated Soda
July 20 Ihero Will bo'a drawing held)
for grand lurors to servo tho TeVrl-
tory during the remainder of tho 1910
term ot the criminal court.
J, S. McCandlesa Is confined to
his room lit (be Young Hotel, Hn la
making good recovery from his rn
rent uccldent and Is able lo sen bis
All documents are ready for tbn
Issuance of executive proclamation
for openlog of homestead lands and
the proclamation will ho Issued as
noon as Uovernor'FreuY arrives homo.
Mary 116 Lcong has filed a petition
for tlm annulment ot her marriage
from l.ebng Fit which occurred April
1C, 1010. Bbo alleges Ihat at Ihn tlmn
this ceremony '.was' performed Fat bad
a wlfo living In China.
MIks I'houbi) Heen, a pchool (earli
er will go (o llllo ntixt week on the
steamer Mnutta 'Kea. She will stay
there during th(i summer vacation.
Her brottier. Win. Heen Is Deputy
County Attorney of Hawaii.
Hattle Vivischavts was given Judg
ment against Y, Akuu In (ho sum of
$16, costs and Interest, this amount
duo on rent. The caBH camo up (o
Judge Robinson on appeal from the
district court by tho defendant.
NSW - TO-DAY
REPORT OF THE .CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF HAWAn, AT HONOLULU, IN
THE. TERRITORY OF HAWAn,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
JUNE 30, 1010.
Loans nnd Discounts.. 1
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Bonds to secure
U. S. Ilonds to secure
U S. Deposits
Other Ilonds to secure
U. B. Deposits ....
Ilonds, Securities, etc..
O t h 0 r Real Estate
Customers' Liability oh
Letters of Credit . .
Due from Stato nnd
Private Ranks and
Hankers, Trust Com
panies, and Savings
Due from approved Re
serve Agents ......
Checks nnd other Cash
Notes ot other Nation
Fractional Paper Cur
rency, ' NlckeUt, and
Lawful Money Resejre
in Bank, viz.:
Specie . ... 323,646.95
notes . . 220.00
Redemption fund with
U. '8. Treasurer (6Jfc
ot circulation) ....
Capital stock paid In,.)
Ujidlvlde'd Profits, ' less
- 'Expenses and Taxes
National llahk Notes
Due to Btato and Prl-
vato flanks and flarik
ers 1 .
Dividends Unpaid ....
Individual deposits sub
ject to check- .-. . . 1
Demand ' certificates ot
Certified checkll ....''.
Ulilted States deposits.
Deposits of II, S. dis
bursing officers ....
Travelerc & Commercial
Letters of Cr.edlt ..
Xotal i , ; ; . . .$2(404,34C.4a
CECIL BROWN, President.
M. P. ROBINSON,
' " ' O. "p; OABTLE,
Subscribed and sworn to beforq
me this 8th day of July, 1910.
(Sealj F. F. FERNANDEZ, -.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
ASIATIC. WIRKLKS3 HYBTKMo.ilh
reporting a movement to establish n
wireless telegraph Station (it Sln.!0
poro In connection wUti Installations
at .Manila, Hongkong and Bangkok
Consul General James T, Dubois nay
-r-Thp company Interested Is .-lialS to
be ah American one, and Is asklrn;
for license for tho sole right to con
itllitt 'n ir I MAI Aatn InlHirsnnll knelnAun
for 25 vrara. olvlntf thn invornmest
(ho tirlx-ll&trr. of imrehnslnir th liusl-
ness it, tho end of 10, 16, 20 or 26
years. Tho company promises a first
ClhsS service, claiming Hint It would
greatly benefit Ihe romtnsrolal and
shipping Interests. Thoy proiiosp to
Install nt 'Hongkong n station equal
to Ihelr station In Now York, which
will ho capable of communication with
'Yokohama and Shanghai on tbo north
and fllfignpbro on tho soiilh, They
agree to make .llio Insinuation soon
nfter'the' license Is' qranled.
FOUR HUNDRED nnd fifty (onh of
Oriental cargo brought to Honolulu
tho Punlfic Mnll Intermediate
steamer Asia will hn discharged' nt
the1 Alakdn wharf. This vessel ilias
been reported by wireless and wlli nt
rlvo pff tbo iKir on lr about four-
thirty this afternoon. Tbo Asln comes
froh Hongkong, calling nl tho sOV'
eral. Japanese iorts. It Is understood
Ihat the A'bssol Is 'bringing between
fifty and sixty Filipino laborers for
Irtltind 'plantations. The Federal quar-'
untlne ofllclnls will Inspect tho ves
sel and her passengers provided such
Inspection can bo completed before,
ONE OF THE FINE cruisers bo-,
longing to tho French navy Is duo to
arrlvo hrro on or about the middle
of tho coming week. Tho Montcalm
Is tho war vessel thai Is proceeding,
from tho Orient carrying the flas of,
tiliuiiui uu jusuin,
Is a comparatively
now vessel of
nearly ten thousand tons. She car
ries 612 officers add men. The vessel
Is returning from a term of BCrvIco
In Indo Cbtiia. Her station has been
nt Saigon, tho gay French capital
ot Cochin Chlho.
ACCORDING to latest advices tho
United States naval collier Prome-'
thcus Is due to arrive from San Fran-i
cIsco on Sunday. In such event It Is!
bclloved that the cruisers Cleveland
and Chattanooga will depart on the
following Wednesday. ' Tho Prome
theus will tow tho dlhaled Chatta
nooga to Pugct Sound navy yard!
whllo the Cloveland will proceed to
Maro Island where that vessel will
be placed out of commission.
THE DIHTISH freighter Alden
which has besn reported as coming to'
the Islands from Nowcailio, N. S, W.,
bringing n full shipment or Australian
coal will In nil probability be diverted
to tho Island of Kauai,'' Tho Aldcn
IS scheduled to dlschargo coal at Port
Allen and irhaps' ut Makawell The
coal Is consigned' to Uie Wntcthouso
Trust Company while Ti H. Davles
and Company Will look after the In
terests df tho steamer.
COAL INTENDED for Iho local
naval station is reported will soon
leave tho Atlantic coast by tho Ilrl
tlsh freighters ItumOra' and Masunda.
These vessels visited Honolulu somo
iribnths ago at which time they
brought cpal for Iho Honolulu sta
tion. ONE HUNDRED nnd twenty-fouf
days has already'ibecn marked up
against the Norwegian bark Lady
CTI.nl.nth nrn nnrnlltn frnni TlremOr.!
haven- to Honolulu. The- vessel Is'hs ward room oPdcers proved agree
bringing general .merchandise to tlio,nl,,l ""? Tho Territorial. band n
agency of II. Hackfeld and Company. 'cr " direction of Herr Berger on.
WHEN THE Norwegian bark Lady
Elizabeth sailed from Uremorhaven on
March Utli He'r dcfctlnallon was given
as Ildnblulu with Callao ns an op
tlonal poVt. This vessel Is bclloved
bringing a shlfirhortt of fertilizer for
THE FltlBt log raft to bo brought
to San Frurfdsco 'this year left. Co.
lumbln river In tow 'of thd steamer
Ooorgo W. Fenwfck. The raft cdn
talmt' 6.600.000 ''feat df idmbeV and
Is consigned to'Hhe Hammond Lum'is the only windjammer reported as
IT'S A LONO passage, that made
by tho French liarar "Joan " Baptlslo
how one htln'drod' and ,forty.scvon,,""B wk m ma iream ui mo uau-
dnvfc-out frumiLoltl with general car -
go' to the flkericy of II, Hackfold and
THIS LAST -of tho general icnrgo of
European" merchandise has gono out
of the Oerman ship Relief' Rlekmora
and that vessel 'Is expected to sail
for San Francisco tomorrow,'
A SOCIAL dnnco Is planned by tho
, men on the cruiser Cleveland before
! tho war vessels take their departure
for the coast,
The trouble with most political
booms is that they' go bff without
making enough noise to attract geh
nnt nlldnllnn .
"" ".. -
ALFRED A. ROOTH. cJBrrfja.tf;or
the board ot .directors, of thf Qunard I
Steamship Company,., aunouiuea that
the line Is planning for another .
gteat steamer to take ItaitilaveM)-
slde (be Maure(ui;la .and I.uSltafiln
In tlm Llverpool-N'nw York Service.
nnd that tenders already hnve -been
Invited for the ronslru Hon (i('-4n
olher vessel of the Frnnrntilif type.
This Is offlclnl conflrmallon of ear
lier reporlH regarding I he company's
plans. On the general subject of
transatlantic shipping, Mr. Booth
said: "The future of the New York
trade lies not with the ln.iiflO-tnn
cargo boa(, but with the 40,000 nnd
no,000-tnn combined puBxchger niul
cargo steomers." lie warned Liver
pool that It behooved llnr to hurry
up nnd make proper nccomtnotlii
llnnd f... t,.,M. .odoln l,f,.fn nllmra
stepped lnn..d lured them pIse. , far he vessels have kept qullo busy
where. The new vessel or tbo rran-;V' w ng between lonnln u and
conla type will be added to the: Hos.'1'""'1 "n,rl,nr "'" '"""'"B nf'M bus
Ion service. Mr. Ilnoth sab) that llio.,n" lo, ,'n r"n' "" ,,ln n"r ,I,.1
relations between th North Allan
tie lines were runst friendly,
ADVICES RECEIVED from Kobe
stato that as n result of tho practice
o ftho Osaka HI103911 Kalshi steam
ship lino In giving a 6 per cent dis
count orr silk cargoes lo Tacoma, .the
lines In tho traiispacino."frclght con
ference have decided In begin a rate
'war, and now Inrlffs nre now being
prepared,' The ctltK will bo made In
silk freights only, Tho, Osaka Sboseu
Jtalshs'. operates' In connection with
the Chicago, Milwaukee nnd Pugel
'Bound railway,- and the other trnns
'pacific lines running out of Seattle
and Tacoma opotnto In connection
-with the Hill roads.
Till.' Itiillo,! Gin I en nrmr (rnnsnnrt
lhlfnr(1 ,,,,.,, ,r,j ,, a voynBC
,0 A,Mkl nexl. (mollt lt MnK
the first time, The' tr'oopshlp is nt
San Francisco undergoing ah over
hauling, and will - tnko troops to
Alaska points, In'nddltlon lo govern
ment' supplies, null hiso'brlngback n
detnchmolit or soldiers Who have
been stattilned In the North.
DISPATCHES III Sttn Francisco
stnte thut (he British bark Ixins
dald, which put Into Port Stanley
some months ago III distress; has'
been sold ms a hulk. . While on ni
voyage, from Hamburg fur Ma'zallali
tho1 vessel encountered nirinj-i'inlsfiir.
tunes, being swept 'and later' burn
ed by fire. Tho I-nnSdnlo made sev-
eral visits to Sail 'Francisco yonrsi
THE NEW steamship Kentucklnn,
built by tho Maryland Steel Com
pany for the American-Hawaiian B.
B. Company, was docked til' Phlla-'
dolphin recently to have her hull'
cleaned and painted and nil outside
t mnMilnnii Innkoil nvnr tiratiarntnrv
I, hnrt ,n , r.i,i. imv
, Tho KclUurklim wlll tllon lir()ceo,,
to New York.
NOTWITHSTANDING official de
nials, the rumor persists nt Port
laud that the steamers of the 1'a
clfic Coast Steamship Company will
soon "begin making Portland a port
of call on the Seattle-San Francisco
run, In retaliation upon the San
Francisco and Portland Company,
which Is to Invade Southern Cali
fornia. THE INFORMAL reception held on
board tho United States cruiser Cleve
land yesterday afternoon proved a do-
Captain Hodman and
livened tho occasion by a fiuo pro.
gram of 'popular molodlofi.
THE NEW CfL TANKER Coai
llnga, built by Mdoro & Scott for the
Union Oil Company, was given her
builder's trial on San Francisco lluy
on Juno 9, 'and It was stated that
sho lilted "II requirements, John
T. Bcott of Moore ft Bciitt and a
number of engineers mnde the trip
on the Conllugn.
THE DARKBNTINE 8. O. Wilder
having thus far sailed from San Fran
Cisco for Honolulu with merchandise.
According to lato reports (herd nro
a number of well known sailing ves-
. ,or,"a P"" "waning oruera.
1 THE. BARK Annie Johnson of tho
lMats,n")i, Navigation 'Company, which
arrived nt'San Francisco on May 31
from Honolulu, Is credited -With the
fastest passage from tho Islands this
season, Tlie Annie jontiktin occu -
pled only fourteen days from Dia
THE BRITISH, BARK Almora, 23?,
, days from-Euglahd. one ot the long-
l est passages In recent years, arrived I
I nt lirt TnWIleantl frnn Vnnrf.no, ln
lfcw,. " .,v,. iiuiii ,ivn t.MQlu
on-Tyne. Off the coast of England,
the River Plate and about Capo
- .Hotn, storms wero met with much
j ADDITIONAL SHIPPINQ ON PAQE EIGfiT .
A new steamer service to Knolau
porta, on the windward side ot Oahu,
..ui been Inaugurated by the gasn-
line schooner Mnkolll, Ibis vessel
now mnldng semi-weekly I rips to
Hint portion of the Island heretofore
In (ouch wllh Honolulu only by In
frequent steamers or sailing craft.
In n settlement of a parli.vrshlp
between lOben t.ov nnd Captain
Frederick Miller In the Miner Sal
vage Company. Mr. Low has taken
over the schooner Mnkolll, the low
boat Knenn nnd Ihn launch , Elisa
beth. The threo vessels comprise what Is
i ,...... ... , ........ . llln nn M.ti.aa
"" lll"Hll "'' . ""
of the Island.
The Mnkolll has taken up tlm
trnnsporlntlou of n large share of
the output from Ihn Hawaiian can
ning Company, which Is pulling Up
pineapples In Knolau. The Mnkolll
brought 1200 cases of pines to Ho.
.nnltilit tin hnr Inst 'trip.
Tin Soon, escaped
cd forger, horsn thief and thug, will
If the charges against him continue
to pile up, have Iho rest of his life
lo servo In Jail, Tho latest Is thai
Tin forged Iho deputy high sheriff's
slgnnturo to several orders for sugar
bags nnd, afler procuring tbo goods,
sold them nt half price to somo .lap-
Tin did well nt this business nnd
elenred about $100, which came In
very handy In helping him to finance
his trip on (he Slcrrn 'to tl.o main
hind. Tbo forRerles were not dlscov
ercd until High Henry was checking
over some bills' from Hackfeld and
other firms. Noticing tho sugar bag
on the bllls he telephoned and en
quired If (herd' had not been soma
mistake Tho reply was that the or
dcrs for Iho goods Iwro what pur
ported .to ho tho slgnaturo of T.
Hourke, who holds down (bo Job of
dertuty to Henry.
1 Investigation proved that the sig
natures were tank forgeries and that
somo olio had procured the sugar
bngs'on'tho orders, and then had sold
them to Other people, who had been
In some liistsiices,- been given re
celpts signed "Oeorgo Knla."
High Sheriff .Henry is rushing
around town today trying to Incnto
the peoplo who had dealings wllh
.the 'alleged forger. It may turn out.
that tlicru wcro two men In the deal
and that Tin Soon did not do all tho
- . t
Olaa and Honokaa held their po
sition in the line or popular stocks
today, each advancing on Bales ot
Over five hundred shares of Ho-,
nokan changed hands nt 19,76, and
the stock Is now held at 20.
Five hundred shares ot Olaa sold
between boards at 5.375, and on th
board today small iiioctis houi ni,
5.50. This new demand for Olaa Is
tho result ot the excellent showing
that will be mado by the plaritutldh'
this year. Tho returns front' the:
crop will give a net surplus bver
all expenses ot nbout two hundred
thousand dollars. In addition to
this, It Is expected by the buyeru
(hut the plantation will show 'from'
fifty to one hundred thousand dol-i
luis reduction In 'the running ex
penses. Walalua was weak today, and
there la said to be quite a block oh'
the market, although It Is held at a
considerably higher flguro than Is
quoted on tho board. ' '
Oahu Bolls nt the usual rate of
32,75, and Is gradually changing
hands In small blocks.
FERTILIZER AND genoral cargo In
duo to arrlvo at Honolulu dally by
'tho French bark Jean Bapttsto. TIiIb
, vessel Is coming from Lctth nnd is
nnd torly seven days
Do You Dance?
, , .. m. .
u not, wn-noii ine Koyai Acad-
emy of Dancing holds forth every
Friday, eventafc at the Odd Fellows'
'T-11 - T,-i. - 1
,bu, corner on aua iung streets,
snelacb .-via Port A
Island ports HlleuUtajlM. N. S, S
6:20, p.. m. ' "'vti;'
K'ahulul and Island ilorts Lurllne,
M.'N. 3. B., C IVhu'.
I ' PA88ENQERB' BOOKED
Per slain Claualjjellf'qr Hawaii and
Maul port's) July:,'?; MV; and Mrs. A.
M. Ilrown, J. P., Walker, Mrs, Wal
ker, A. to. Rrown; Jf.; Dro. Frank,
nro. Charles, Rro.'IjOuls, Mrs. .1. W.
Marshall, John Ahln,''Lbitls Akeo, Bro
Frances, Rro. RAbert,, Bro. Bernard,
Bro, Clement, lltj vAiigUBt,
Per stmr.. Mauii'a,KfiJ Jor Hllo nnd
way ports,, (July,, 12.-R.f 9. Hosmcr,
T. C. Davles," Mr'sW. 'on Emmon-,
Miss filaa ,Coles, Miss, Wagencr, F.
fl. Doilge, Mrs. ?dgo. Miss Bohctll,
Miss Adams, CI. P. Jndd, Mrs. Judd.
Miss F. M. Fults, Mrs. Coggshaum,
Mrs. Parmenter, Miss L. Ryan, Miss
P, Heen, W. CraWford, MnvCrnwford,
Capt Fi D.Valker,;F. W. Jamleson,
R. McCorrlston. 'I'V'R. Fassott, Jas.
Forreit, Miss 'E.'iPeterson, Miss B.
McCarthy,- Miss L. McCarthy, Miss
I, Young, Mrs. J, Monsarral, A. E.
Dale, Mm. Dole, It, I. Llllle, W. Owen,
Mrs. Owen C. S. Brown, L. Btovcn
son, 0. W, Dickson, Mrs, Dickson, A.
I). Cnlsro, M. A. Sllvn, ,
Per M. N- 8. S. Lurllne for San
Francisco, July 12. Robert Farley, J.
K. Forley, C. O. Hottcl, Mrs. Hottcl,
Miss L. Sturtcvant, Miss L. McStock
or, O. P. Hottcl, P. It. McStockor, Miss
tl. Clark, Miss P. (lesell, Miss A. W.
Dla it, Miss V. Cowan, Mrs. A. M.
Scott, Miss Mabel Snnter, Albert 8."
Baker. Mrs. Baker, Miss A. 8. Bart
lett Miss flroen Mrs. J. J. Orcen, Miss
M. Dunn, Miss C, Herrlck, L. Honls
bergch John Hind, Miss N. Smith,
Miss A. B. Collier. Mrs. E. T. Mills.
Per stmr. Kinau, for Kauai ports,
June 12 Miss Hadloy, Miss A. Holt,
Miss I. Boyd, Miss A. Hall, Miss J.
Per stmr. Manna Ixia. for Kona
and Kail ports, July 16 Miss L. Hos
mcr, A. E, Iirlmer, Mrs. 8. C. Allen
and p.trty, 'Miss Masscy, Miss Wallace,
Mrs. R, Wallace, Mrs. F. Hooks.
Per M. N. 5f. S. Wllhelmlnn for San
Francisco, July 20. Miss E. Henri
ques, Mrs. llcnrlqdes, Miss Hutchin
son, Mrs. Helen Slemsen, Miss Alice
Davis, Miss Pansy, O. Roberts, Miss
Nora Towner, Miss Von Tempsky,
Mrs. Dora Von Tempsky, W. O.
Franklin, Paul do la Vcrgno, Prof,
V. Thompson, Robert Mist, F. B. Bra
ilcif, .1. T. MrCarthy, Mrs. H. John
Son, Mrs. D. O. Curran, Miss L. O.
Sterrctt, Mrs. II. R. Berry. 'Mrs. A. R.
Gurry, Mrs. II. O. BUIIIvan, Mrs. E.
Hansen, Miss F. Shlpman, Miss O. A.
Arnold, Miss M. Cook,. MlsS E. Dutot.
Miss L. Olrvin, Mrs. J. W. Olrvln.
Mrs. A. P. Knight. Miss Allco Thomp
son, Miss N, T. Ellison, Miss A. Har
rington, Miss Mury Bexton, Miss Lyda.
McStocker, F. B. McStockor, Dr. C.
B. Cooper, Dr. Baldwin. F. Klamp,
J. N. S. Williams, Mrs." Williams, Mlaa
klamp. Miss McCar'ty, Miss Edith
Meyer, Miss. Oupp'y, A. D. Castro, Wm
Wulsh, Mrs. Wnlsh, L. Abrams. Mrs.
Abrnms F. N. -Payne, C. W. Macfar
lano, Miss E: F. Mist, Mrs. II. M.
IN FOREIGN PORTt
,SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 8:
S. S. Nevndan, from Kahnlul, Juno
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 8:
S. S. Chlyo' Mam, henco July 2,
PORT TOWNSEND-Arrlved July 8:
Schr, A. M. 'Baxter, hence 'Juno 16.
.( : u .,
Malls are due at Honolulu from
points as follows:,
Yokohama Por Asia, July 8.
Colonies Per Makura. July. 19.
8an Francisco Per Wllhyimlna' July
Vancouver Per Marama, July 22.
Mails will dapart for the following,
nnlnts as follows:
San Francisco Per "Asia, July 9. f
Vancouver :Pe'r MakUra, July 19.
Yokohama Per China, "July J3. '
Colonies Per "Mdrama, Jnly,)2. ,
TRANSPORT, SERVICE. I
T)lx. nr. Seatllo from Hon.. May 14.
Logan, from Hon. tor Manila, June 14.
Sheridan, from Manila sailed from
Hon. July '4.1 ' .
Sherman, from S. F. for Hon, July B.
Eleven Innings without a ,hlt or
a run. This In the rccorirclniraed
by Harry Wernwood ot tbo Fall
River team, NW England league, in
a gamo against the Worcester ag
gregation of Iho same league' recent
ly. Tho Fall )tlvor team wou tlm
game by a score of 1 to 0, tho oppos
ing pitcher also being nil to tho
pit her Torrey of the Kentucky
Blue Ornss league la the present
holder of the no-hlt-no-run title. Ou
muy ju, jaw, Torrey went seven
i teen Innings while working for the
wiucnesier team against another
Blue Orass outtltt and retired with
out a hit or a run being registered
against him. The Winchester team
tar a3 Is kndwn this u i. , w,i,r
. ' " UlCj.WOriU
won mo game ny a small Wore. So
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