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gYBKmo Bunmw, HpwpLTjyp, 7. it. oaV, jl'f it. i?io
K-- -Masonic Temple
OiOcvhnlo Third Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
llonulnlu Tlilrd Degree.
All visiting uietnbei of tue
lider are Lidlall Invited to
lifpnrt miwiliiKs nt local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at X. F. Hall
7:30 P. H
iiihiiip r..nt.rM iUCDOCII DI
hahinc cnBinttny other A,l0.
BNEFICIAL ASSIATION. elation, cor-
HARMONY IOSQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meota every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. P. Hall, Fort Street
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
11. E. McCOY, Noble Qrand.
All visiting brother! very cordial!)
OAHTJ IODQE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
MftAtb . A( M kail tt !. Il
any evening at 7.30 la K. orrcTTanf
corner port una oeretaniarvuitini;
'irotbem cordial); nvlte3"3o:istuntt.
WM. JONES, 0. C- "
0. F. HEINE. K..B. H.
Meeti every flril and third Tburn
days ot each monthat Knights of
Pythlaa flail. Visiting brotoerrcor
dlally Invited to attend
A. U EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TOUU. C. of it.
BON0LU1U AERIE UP, F. 0 E.
,;.Ueta;on the 2nd aud 4th WED
NESDAY evenliigi ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles, ore Invited to at
tend : - t ,
W. It, KILEY. W V
WM. C. McCOY. Sec.
HONOLULU LODOE GIQ-B.tF. 0.JE
Honolulu Lodge No'tlC-B; P. TJ,
Elkt, meet! In their hall, on Kin
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Drotherrirtrcordlally
Invited to attend.
JAS. O. DOUCIHERT-Vy-E, R.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 1,
Meet! every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at" 7:30 o'clock In K.'-of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brotbeia cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A TAYLOIt, C. 0.
E. A. JACODSON, K It S.
(Continued from Pace li
or Islands as well as Honolulu, who
could not ho turned away, that the
exponso of maintenance was greater
than the Income In other words, tho
Homo run behind.
Thoso In charge decided there was
hut ono thing to do. They must hao
n larger endowment. Tho campaign
ngalnst tuberculosa had resulted In
bringing to light many cases that
should rccclvo medical treatment
.Therefore, Jt was decided to go out
"for'H'ITtWOO-endowment that would
provide for the care of ten additional
patients a year, housed in a new tub
'orculosls pavilion built on tho plan of
tho first pavilion erected through the
goneroslty ot the late Mr. C. M.
'Cooke and Mrs. Cooke,
v The cause was a good ono and the
money rnlsed in a comparatively
While this good work was going oil,
money obtained for the much needed
kitchen for tho tuborcular patients.
Increased room for servants and a
-headquarters for tho Superintendent
Construction work nn all theso build
ings s now goln? forward and In n
comparatively short time the new
equipment will bo In use The build
ings ore all of wood, neat and sub
xtantlal. As evidence of the fact that
tho Homo Is satisfying a community
nod, tho managers can already soo
where another J70.000 to build and en
dow another pavilion could bd usfd
to marked advantage
tTh'o Le'ahl Homo furnishes a home
for nml iiI!oImI tt ihn mirroring of
fitly flo patient. Forty six ot this
humeor tt" r:r. pt7'r? f.-l Crcm tt-t
it nny r 3c:r. -..-.: -.c? iTsr.s.i.
mlnlstcri to 'the. v.oilhy nnd nobjy
Splendid v.rr his teen dor.3 ftr
the patlend ur.Jer tb Immediate -care
of Superintend' nt Tailor T.ho is a
very offlcient cxccittltc and finds an
-bio and kindly assistant In his wife
This HomiJor which -nn addd en
lowmcnt hajojiut h?en subscribed is
broadU Territorial In Its scop?r-
asks no c oErauhlcal oucctlonsr of 1
p-ticnta brought to Its doorsf afyl it
it does not talc In a descntns face
is soon as'ffio appljtatlon H reach
ed, It Is because over pofcslblp 'cot
Is dcchplpd, and there U neither mo
ney nor space nor attendants to caro
For jenrs the attendants htvo dqne
their Work tinier man dlsadvntageft
The Homo for ItiRtenca has no hot
wnter system. Tho wards uro in HO'
tached cottages nnd for ears the nt
tendants have had to carr) hot water
In palls from tho laundo to the
rooms of pnttents. ThU meanH n
great many extra RtefH nnd lols M
hard work. Hut there is no ihoiiq
for the hot water njstcni no the work
has to bo done
The first Troanurr "f thn Home
whs tho lato S 1J namoii who took
n deep Intercut Iri the Institution, nnd
abl seconded the great ork done
by Mr. Alexander Young in mteru
Ing the public nnd railing funds to
build the preiont linspllal Tho splen
did electrical rqiilpincnt In the oper
aline room wan Kiwi thn Hospital
by Mrs S M Damon in memory of
Joint bond In tho sum of J 11.' ,000
was required of-IS. D. Dole, A Lewi!
nnd J H. Heriderson who w'cro this
morning appointed administrators of
e estate ot tho late Tom May by
Ti ? Hoblnson To. tho circuit court
jf. t Joneswna named as an ad-
aaji tritot out ne wmiurow nnu a
,ewls was nppolritcd In his stead.
Mr. Jones" wtuT special administra
tor nppoInte.dLwoidays after tho no-
ItCO ofTdr. Mliy's'-death was received
hi Ilono.ulu and ha was allowed tho
(mm of (2,473 23 by the court as com-
mifslnns for tho work ho had done
since the will was filed June 4. r
The entire estate ns enumerated In
the will amounted to $G52,114 07.
rap-Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin offleev
Return of Your Favorlie '.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Woodward, l'boue 067
tt goes without saying that 'every
thing Is Dest at Tho Encore.
Eva M Kxbors was this .morning
appointed administrator ot thV esthtai i
of L. J.ExberK without bond ,'iilTT
SLj . .... . ... . ..J'rVi.
dlBllllpd water, Hlre'n Jtcwt
-.all' other popular drinks,
nono fll. Consolidated Soda
Qjlprge Frledenberg was today
gratled a dl?prce from his wife
3nMli, the grounds being decertlon
for" inoro than one ear.
i Xbswor of defendant In the suit
brought by Henry St. J. Hahaolelul
hgnlhBt II A Heen'was (lied thla.l'ijltod Sl'ntM cntlseta TlfvelaM nnd
morning. Tho suit Is for quieting
title to proporty.
Former Editor Hugh M. Coke of
Iho Maul News and his family are
In the cltj on their waj to Cali
fornia, where they will nnle t,helr
William Schlmmelfcnnlg hns been
granted permission to practise! be
fore tho district rpurts of the Ter
ritory and hriB been appointed sec
ond district magistrate at Koloa,
Tho Ihreo Japanese children who
wero brushed oil the tristle at Wn
hluwn dam wero nit ilrowned. nc
rordlng to the verdict of the cor
oner's Jury that Iuostlgaled tho ac
! FROM ALAKEA WHARF
On'lng Jo lio possible rongCKtlon
of freight at tho Malson Navikatlon
wharf Hint will result from the visit
of tho liner Wllhelmliin tomorrow
morning, the Htenmer Lurlinc, sched
uled to sail for San Francisco nt 6
o'clock tomorrow evening, will do
part from the Alakea street wharf,
This vc sel will take a full com
plement of cahli. passengers. In the
steerage there are booked a dozen
Russians and Portuguese.
The Lurlinc Is taking a large con
rlgnmont of Island products, lrtclud
ll.g 4000 tons raw sugar nnd fiOOO
cases of pineapple Juice, this being
the Initial shlpm6nt of thls.commod.
Ity to leave 'he Islands. Other Items
of cargo include 3000 cases ot tinned
pineapples, 2000 sacks rice, 2S00
bun hes of bananas, and a quantity
ot honey, In barrels and tins.
and ESMEL MAY
at 6.30 p.m.
B AGO AGE
City transfer. Co'.,,
JA9. H. LOVE.
frV IN rORRIQNORT
SAIf ItANCISCOBalted Jills' 'v' Ot
S. Enterprise. Wr Hllo
ii. . - i
THE United States army trara
port Bherman will go to the O.-einlc
whar( upon arrival at the pott to
morrow noon, The prefence of I he
Chattanooga at the niy wharves
has caused this shifting of the berth
nf the troopship.
Tim STEAMKU Wnllelo was last
reported m taking on a shipment
ot Riigar nt Ktiklilhacle, the cargo
Intended for tll)n
Lively Business Is bone
x At Steadily Advancing
Olaa held Its position as the pop-l
ular stock today, nnd every Indica
tion points to this story making n
new record lie tore It stops.
Over six hundred shares changed
hands on Saturday afternoon nt fi.76.
and early this morning orders were
In the market at C for good-slzod
blocks. The closing quotation was
6 bid and G.12C asked. The uctlvlty
Is regnrded nB one of the awaken
ings that frequently marks the local
murket. The plantation has been
making a. splendid showing nnd the
public has Just begun to renllzo It.
Walalua sold as low as 130 be.
twecn boards, with tho dividend to
bo paid on tho nrteenth. The splen'
did physical condition ot the planta
Hon has not changed. McDryde took
a turn In the market, selling at
t,87& and closing strong at C nsked.
Hanokaa. nppears to have weakened
nnd can now be obtained nt 19.i"
Ploneer,has, strengthened and sold at
218, two dollars a share higher than
the last previous sale. The general
drift of the market points to n sum
mer ncllvlty In the cheaper slocks
both for making a quick turn nnd
BOX JIM HOAO
i . t
Jim Hoao, who jot tiro 'decision over
McCollough oil 'Saturday night, has
come through w Hit a chnllongo to Jack
Cordell; tho two men will meet In the
ring at the skating rink on Saturday
night and It will bo a ten-round con
test. Will PreBtlge Is in charge ot the
affair nnd besides tho main event there
will be a preliminary.
Hoao has done so well since ho
made his debut In the ring that peo
ple are wondering how far ho can
go without defeat. Ho will surely
mako things Ihely while In the ring
and it wont ba from want of trying
if the natlte goes down In defeat.
Cordell Is not exactly In form for
fighting now, and that will ghe Hoao
a chanco that ho might not have If
Jack bad a feW Weeks more training,
Cordell stnrted In this morning to gel
as fit as possible and in u week ho
will he feeling pretty good.
ST. LOUIS AND POST
St, Louis Collogo "Alnmnl 'baseball
team beat tho Post Ofllco nine on
Sunday morning at tho league
grounds, and thu ecoro was 7 to 6
Tho boys who handle the mall won
the first gamo p. week ago by n score
bf 5 to 4, and the third and deciding
Same will bo played on Sunday next.
The7 Alumni bunch feel sure that
they Can tako tho third jramo and a
dinner has been wagered on tho result-
Twentv men wilt nit. rtnwn fn
real banquel and tho losers will have!
uie pleasure qi paying ior me ircai.
Itehull' Smith-Premier double key
board typewriters for only $35 at Ha
wallan News-Co. Boo samples of
theso remnrkablb 'bargains m their
show; window, Tho lypowrltors are
practically as good as now as all worn
parts hae been replaced by absolute
ly new parts.
Masters report filed by M. T, Sim
on ton on tho 19th annual accounts
of the estate of It, A. P, Carter cer
tifies the correctness of tho trusteo
and tho accounts hao been approved
by the court
THE NEXT VESSEL to arrive
f . the Orient wl be tho PacltC
lsx) steamer Mongolia, due at this
poit on or about July 23,
advices. ta,the efffntithat thejrelgbt
jr ..-Ikon tin witH'call froH I'an
rYanclsCjQ for Honolulu direct ton
Jul' l.li ITh( esnel ! expected1 to
bring down the cargo for the Hawaii
Ian Iblands which left the IMhmiift
of Teliiiantepec by the Bleamer Alas
kan, the latter vessel hiving her-ll
obliged In put Into Ban Francisco
because nf n disastrous fire jn hel
bold. " n
THE KUAt 'liner Klmu returning
from (larden Island porta brought 41
cabin und. 62 .deck passengers. The
freight list Included the following
lerns! 42r,n KcTcahn Biipai', 2ufH ICo-
loa sugnr, l pc, machinery, 2 hrla.
tnlloW. ID empty feas drums. 21 brls.
honey, S5 crt1. peara, R8 hdlea. hides,
f0 Bka tare), CO sks. rice, CO ska cocoa
nuts, 13 pkgs. sundries.
1 ' la
THE PA6nft MAIL liner China,
dun to arrive here early tomorrow
morning from Ban Francisco, will go
to thn Channel wharf to dlschargo
about oiin hundred tons nf general
caiigo. This vessel Is expected to
be despatched for Japan ports and
Hmgkong between 4 and ft o'clock
TUK TWO SCOWS or coal light
ers that were left nt Mare Ixlnnd by
tho naval collier Proinelheus. nfler
a mishap In starting from the Call,
fornla naval station, are constructed
of wood. They are tald to be capa
ble ot cnrrylng between two hundred
and fifty nt d three bundled tons of
A LATE wlrelesa message from the
Matsnn Navigation steamer Wllhel
mlna now enrouto from San Fran
Cisco -to Honolulu announce that es
scl as 1222 miles from S. F., sen
smooth, fine weather: 2011 tons ot
cjxgo for Honolulu, C2G tons for Hllo
98 passcngirs, 223 sacks of mall.
ACCOKDIN'O TO a late wireless
message from the Pacific Mall steam.'
cr China that vessel will arrlvo at
Honolulu at seen o'-lock tomorrow
morning. The ohs1 was reported nt
G33 miles off tho port at nine o'clock
last evening. Tho China Is now sail
ing under a six day schedu'e.
FOimSnVEN SACKS of mall
will be left at Honolulu by the Pa
cific Mall steamer China. This ves
sel has a shipment of 6C sacks of
mall Intended for tho Philippines,
Which will bb transferred nt this
port to the United Stntes army trans'-
BUQAll AWAITINO shipment on
Kauai nt the tlmo ot departure of
the steamer Ktnau Includes the fol
lowing consignments: K, S. M. 3100;
K. K. H. 2700; M. A. K. 3G.92S; Moll.
7C38; K, P. 10.210; M. 8. Co. C00O;
K. 8. Co. COO; II. M. f795; L. I. 8.I.
THE UNITED States army trans
port Bherman from San Francisco to
Manila by tho way of Honolulu and
Cliiam Is duo to arrho at thl.i port on
or about noon tomorrow. Tho vessel
will be given -a prompt dhipatch for
THE JAPANESE freighter Klyo
Maru salted for Japan porta and
Hongkoi g yesterday afternoon, aft
er discharging In tho neighborhood
ot three thousand tons of nitrates
brought here ffom Central and South
fltninilT from Maul, Molokal and
Lftjinl ports brought to Honolulu by
th? steamer MIkahata Included 2C4
sacks' sugar, 2G hogs, 21 crates chic
koHs and 183 packages sundries, a
humbir 6f passengers arrived by th
HAWAII BlTOATl awaiting shipment
nt tho tlmo of departure of tho steam
er Nocau Included tho following: 3525
bags M. A. VC sugar, 4654' Men . 1000
K.,11, 3100 K. S. M., 10,219 K. P.,
5000 M. B, tSOOUI. M, and 431 K, S.
v ' M
THE ARRIVAL, of tho little supply
schooner at tho Midway Island cabo
station Is reported, The Vessel sail
ed from Honoltil non Juno 25th and
reached destination oil laBt Saturday.
AGENT C. P. MOItSE expects the
American-Hawaiian freighter will
have'completed takli.g on her ship
ment of BUgar at Hllo today. The
vcpfcl will proceed to Sallhn Crux.
BEPAIlTUrtE of the Oceanic
steamship Sierra fromSan Frintclsco
Is reported on Saturday, Tho Vessel
Is due to arrlvo hero early TriAay
AMONO OTHER Items the Btcamor
Nllhau from Maul and Lanal )orts
brought a chlpment of 200 sacks su
gar to (ho agency of Castle and
SUOAn AND cattlo arrhCd nt tho
port jesterday from Hawaii ports hy
mo steamer Maul. The vessel brought
11.520 sacks sugar and 75 head cattlo,
Sunday, JUly 10.
Kahiiliil Hifllue, M, N. fj. fl , p. m.
Molokal, Maul and Lanal ports MI
kahata, stmr., a, m.
1 Kattal por irihatt, otmr., a. m.
Monday, July 11,
'Ban Francisco Prometheui, Am.
sltnr.. n m.
. ..... ., ...
Hawaii ports Ukellke, stmr., a. m.
TCmiai ports Noeau, stmr., a, m
lunal ports Nllhau, Btmr., a. m.
PA88ENOER8 ARRIVF.D I
Per stmr. Klnnu. from Kauai nArts.
July 10.-W. HItlco. Mr. ;treckonp,
Marshal Hendry nnd 2 prisoners, Mrs.
C.'S. Hollow n nnd maid. P il nrnwn,
MIsh Harnard, Miss Denson, Miss Hob
ro'rt. Miss T. llamon. Miss V, Fcrr'elra,
Miss A. Low, Mlsi Emily Illce, Mrs.
11. Jaeger, Miss M. Jaeger, Miss A,
Kauahl. Master E. Knuahl. Miss Nlshl
mlira. P. l.ohr. Mrs. r, jnht. Miss
Anna l.ohr, Miss Frlda !.ohr. Miss
Anna I.ohr, Miss Trlda Iihr. Miss Ote
Umr, Master Win l.ohr, wni Schltn
merdnlng. M,r. Ituchholti, II. Mollcr,
Jt'll. Alcxnndcr, Mm." O. Ilotldton,
II. Andprmann Jr., A. Chrlstlnu, Mr.
Kaneolo. Mr. Kawaakauahi. H. Klunh'
ann, Mi-s. IT. .tafcksn'n, Miss Yco Ijim,
Miss IIej Kce, Master Hen Chow, J
K. Farley, It. Farley. M, Ft PiOHBcr,
II. F. Ilrodle, F. llnsh, Daniel Twce
dlc. I'eler Coney, James Ah Kong,
Allen Wilcox, P. 11. Ilradin and C2
1'er B. B. Lurllne, from Kuliulul,
Juli- 10. Mf. and Mra. Hugh Coke(
nnd ft children, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Rpcnrer. E. Walsh, W. J, Moody, Mrs,
J. N. S. Williams and child, w. u
Aiken. William Seahury, Mrs. W. E,
ncckwlth and child, 1). -O. Lindsay,
Mrs. Lindsay, MrB. I)velnnd nnd four
Per stmr, MIkahata, from Maul and
Molokal ports. July 10. Mrs. Ander
son. Mrs. Delnney, Mr Moore, Father
Faunce. Mr. nnd Mis. MclntJre, Doc.
tor and Mrs. Hollman, Mrs. Chase,
Rev. Oakunla, J, Oakunia.
Per stmr. MIkahata, for Maul and
Molokal ports. Chas. L. Martin, H,
W. Cathcart, Mrs. Cathcart, F. F.
Moyera, Mrs. Meyers.
Per Btmr. Klnnu. for Kauai ports,
July 12. II. C. Waldron, W. II.
Itlce. Miss Emily Illce. A. II. Wong,
Solomon Hoe, Mrs. D. K. Sheldon,
II. Nakamnra.iMIss Hndley, Miss A
Holt. Miss I. Hold, Miss A- Hall
Miss 'J. lloyd, Mrs, J. II. Cummlngs.
Miss 15. dimming!, MIsh Femandex
Mrs. M.'P. AMua. llav. J. A. Aklna.
N. Akana, Miss Rose Aloran.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports. July 14. W. Ochrlng, II. II
Rohe. Mrs. 11. II. llohe.
Per stmr. Maunn Loa, for Kona
and Kau ports, July 15. W. Craw
ford, MUa Grace Morehead, Miss l.
Hosmer. A. E. Larimer. Mrs. 8. C.
Aleen, Miss Mnssey, Miss Wallace,
Mrs. It. Wallace, Mrs. P. Hoogs.
'Per stmr. 'Clamllne, for Hawaii
aud Maul ports, July 15. Mrs. J. P
Colburn, Mlsa L. Cockburn, Miss II.
Colburn, Miss P. Colburn, W. Zleg
THE NOEAU has been placed on
the berth to sail for Kauai ports at
G o'clock this cvenlLg. The vessel
carries lines of general cargo.
THE INTER-ISLAND steamer Nl
lhau, from Hawaii ports, met with
fine weather on. (he homeward trip.
A millionaire rnuM ... .. .
hotter BinoWthan n Van byck "Qual
ltvM niiFfiK Kf.. ir .. . ... .
chblcost plantation and had Ids cigars
m, i" nier, on mo ground,
For wo got tho choicest selections
irillll Al.l. ITt.lin-a n1nn.j..l
In our factory at Tampa. Fla., we
vijiiuj ma mum HKiued uubaii work
Thus, by maiclng pur cigars In the
U. 8. wn An7, lm.nVi J..'... ...,..
.1 . il ....i.i. uuijr, wnicn
equals the cost and doubles tho price
-..! viiimuiuacio BIKur.
No finer flavored or mnn i..v...i....
ly HatUfyluK Clear (hnn ... ... .....'
1 .... " uie Bum
at double tho price.
They sell as low oa 3 for 25c-tho
greatest cigar value ever offered.
And jou have our choice of 27
different shapes, In all degrees of
mildness and richness,
ONE WILL CONVINCE.
M. A. GUN8T & CO.-'The House of
ON PAQE rOURTEEH.
ftllnHlv. Julv 10
Japan ports and Hongkong Ktro
Marti, Jap. stmr, 6:30 p. m
San FrahctsCo Renee Rlckmera.
Qer. rp, a.'ru.
Per stmr. Manna Kea.for,Hllo and
way ports, July 12. It. B.4Hosmer.
T C. Davlcs. Mrs. W. von Emmory,
Miss uiaa cotes, miss Wagtner, F.
S. Ddlge, Mi's. Hodge, Miss Donettl,
tlR? Adams, fit 1 Judd, Mrs. Judd,
Miss P. M. Fultz, Mrs. fJoggshaiim,
Mrs. nrmehter, Miss L. Ryan, Miss
P. Hoen, W. Crawford, Mrs. Crawfgrd,
Cajd P. I. Whlker, P. W. Jamleson.
It. MrCorrlston, 'Pi It. Tassett, Jas.
Forget, Mlsa E. Peterson. Miss E.
MrCa'tth)', MIjs L. McCarthy, Miss
I. Young, Mrs. J. Monanrrat, A. E.
Hole, Mrs. Dole, n. I. Llllie. W. Owon,
Mrs. Oi'en, C. S. Rrown, Ij. Steven
son, O. W Dickson, Mr. Dickson, A,
I). Cntsro, M. A. Sllva.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllne for San
Francisco, July 12.Mlobert Farley, J.
K. Farley, C, O. Hottet, Mrs. Hotlol,
Miss L. Rturlevant, Miss L. McStock
er, O. P. Hottel, F, n. McStocker, Miss
IJ. Clark, Miss P. Ocsell, Miss A. W.
Dons, MIsh V. Cowan. Mrs. A. M.
Scott, Miss Mabel 8unter, Albert S.
Raker, Mrs. Ilakor, MIbs A. S. Dart
lett Miss Oreen Mrs. J. J. Oreen, Mlis
M. Dunn, Miss C. Hefrlck. L. Houls
berger, John Hind, Miss N. Smith,
Miss A. II. Collier. Mr. E. T. Mills.
Per stmr. Klnail, f'of Kauai ports,
June 12 Miss Hadley, Miss A. HolL
Miss I. Iloyd, Mlsa A. Ilall, Miss, J.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa. for Kona
and Kau ports, July 15 Miss L. Hos
mer, A. 15. Iirlmer, Mrs. 8. C. Allen
nnd party, Miss Mnsscy, Miss Wallace,
Mrs R. Wallaco, Mrs. F. Hoogs.
Per M. N. B. 8. Wllhelmlna for Sari
Francisco. July 20. Miss E. Henri
ques, Mrs. Hcnrlqucs, Miss Hutchin
son, Mrs, Helen Slcmsen, Mlsa Alice
I)als, Miss Panay, O. Roberts, Miss
Nora Towner, Miss Von Tempiky,
Mrs. Dora Vdn Tcmpsky, W. O.
Franklin, Paul de la Vorgno, Prof.
V. Thompson, Robert Mist, F. H. Dra
den, J. T. McCarthy, Mrs. H. John
ron', MrB. D. O. Curran.'MIss L. C
Sterrctt, Mrs. II, R. Berry, Mrs. A. R.
(lurry, Mrs, II. O. Sullivan, Mrs. K.
Hansen, Miss F, Bhlpman, Miss O, A.
Arnold, Miss M. Cook, Miss B. Dutot,
allss Ii. Qlrvln, Mrs. J. W. Olrvln,
Mrs. A. P. Knight, Miss Alice Thomp
son, miss n. T. Klllson, Mls A. Har
rington, Miss Mury Sexton. Miss Ljdl
McStocker, P. II. McStocker, Dr. C.
D. Cooper, Dr. Baldwin,1 F. Klamp,
J. N. S, Williams, Mrs. William!, Miss
Klamp, Miss tycCarty, Miss Edith
Mcer, MUi Ouppy, A. D. Castro. Wm
Walsh, Mrs. Walsh, L. Abrams, Mra,
Abrnms, P. N. Payne, C. W. Macfar
lane, Miss E. F. Mist, Mrs. II. M.
Per O. S. B. Sierra, Tor San Fran
cisco. July 20 XIr. and Mrs. S. E,
Schecliue, J. M. Scheollno. J. II. Fid
des, J. P, Eidinan, Mrs. S. M. Need
ham, Miss Needham, Miss Harbaugh,
Miss M. T. Khiegcl, IL W. Robinson,
.1. P. Drake, E. P. LetBon, W. O. Ir
win, Miss T. Fahy, O. Btisli, Austin
Whlto. Mrs. Wm. Abley, Miss M.
Oassc, J, S. Marrow, Miss E. Palrwca
ther, Mrs. N. B. Emerson, Miss S. C.
Storrctt, Mrs. F. Burt, Miss E. E,
Meier, E, It Alexander, A. W. Emer
son, Mrs. Sturtevant, Miss Jary, Mrs.
L Baldwin. Miss N. Hurt. Miss Ryan.
C. A. Mcintosh, R. E. Bond, R. E.
Mist, C. 8. Rrown, I, Rubensteln, C.
II, Llpplncott, F. B. Wellington, a. F.
Dredgo, Major Riley, Mrs." and Mlsa
Koefer. W. L. Fletcher, W. Simpson,
Miss E, Kamaka. Miss M. ClarV,
Misses B. and A. Goldsmith, Mts.
Illiiln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sturtevant Miss
Plnketton, Mrs. Paleston,' I.. Horn
Ingsbiirgcr, Capt. Foster, Jos. Mc
Cundlcss, Mrs. M. n, Noble, Mrs. J.
8. ChlliU, Mrs. W. A, Anderson, J.
H. Schnack, C. F. JenklnB. M. Broder
Ick, Mrs. -Jno. Ier, MIbs I Ahojo,
Miss N. F. Ellison. Mrs. hnn Unr.
tin, W. Kasseleen, W. .Hcnatand, Mr.
anu jurs. u, A. ueckor, J, K. Far
ley, P Tarley, Mr, and Mrs. W. Can
non, Mrs. P. Loe, Miss lie, ;Mrs. y.
A. Bellon, Mr. and Mrs, B. T. S'nn
son, Mrs. Ollvor and eon, Mr, nnd
Mrs. E. D. Haydon, Mrs. J.WInter,
Miss C XI, MacDonnld, Mjes M. An
derson, E. H. Brown, Do.' Walker, M.
Malls are flue at Honolulu from
points as foliows:
Yokohama Per Mnnrnll Ti,lw -i
Colonies Per Xlakura, Jhly 19,
aan francisco Per Wllhelmlna, July
Vancouver Per XIarama, Jut;' 22.
.ubiis win acpart ror tne following
nolntm nn fntlnwo. ,
Ran Pranclsc6 Per Xttrlino July 12.
Vancouver Per Makifa. July 10.
Yokohama Per O.lnn, July 13,
yuionieB i-er Marama, July 22.
I TRANSPORT 8ERV1CE. I
Dix. ar. Seattle from Hon.. Xtay 14.
LOgan frOtU Hoh fnr Mnnlln Ti,r.li
Sheridan, from Xlnnlln sailed froin V
Hon, July 4.
Bherman, from 8, F, 'for Hon, July 5.
Bulletin Busineu Office Phone 25(
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