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i Masonic Temple I ELECTRICAL CURE 1 local and general
I A INSTITUTE OPENS
C Weekly Calendar
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llniTnll.iu First Ilrgrrr.
All Tltltlng members ot tB
Order nr cordlully Invited to
attend meetings nf locni lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Iiniiir'ri7nl.irf-ilt AlMnDCri 01
1 MAn nc r.no nttna ,.. ...
' iiau invito
HARMONY LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets erery Monday evening nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0 I'. Hall, Kurt Streol.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Nolilo aruml.
All visiting brothers very cordially
DAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ofciPit
Meets every first and thlrdErl-
day evening at 7:30 In K. c( i;."H(ll,
iorncr Fort and Ucrctnnl.i. VlsUIng
Orotbors cordially Invited to auenTT,
VM. JONEB, C. C. -XT' .
O. P. HEINE, K. n. -a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Mecu overy first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias (lull. Visiting brothers cur
i dlally Invited to attend.
' A. L. HAK1N. Sachem.
J E. V. TODD, C. ot n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
riESDAY evenings of each month St
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Vitlttng Eagles aro Invited to at-
w. n. niLEY. w. p. i
VM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODOE 616, B. P. 0. E.
r tionoiuiu L.ouge no. tno, u. j-. u.
Slk, meets In their hall, on Kin?
BtrfHt. near Fort, overy Friday even-
Ing Visiting Brothers are cordially
t Invited to attend.
, JAS O. DOUGHERTY, E. It.
IV (Itfn T. KMIRRRI,. Hon.
WM. McKINLEY LODQE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every -2nd and 4th Saturday
evening nt 7 U'Jl (o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Flirt n,nd llerolanla. Visit
fng brothel 1 cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
B. A. JACODSON, K. It. S.
A preservative and permanent In
, color. For shingles and rough wood
work. Numerous artistic and har
monious combinations of color.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN I fE, OPPOSITE
.Jhone 179 Nieht Call 10M
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
' Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
J 2 MNU"CTUeRJ
tj 4 3ANrnANC!9CO.
HHas been called and Is DUE JUNE
E&15 and DELINQUENT on JULY IB.1
With mnliy distinguished people
In iittcndad 'e, the Honolulu Insti
tute for lh)slothornphy, corner ot
Ilcrctanln and Illchnrds streets,
Monday night opened Its dours to
eiirTcrin'it Immunity. The medical
manager. Dr. Slrnuli, nttcr wclcom
Ing the guests1 and n few Introduc
tory remarks regarding tho destlna
lion and working' plan of the Insti
tution, led' the vIsKois through the
different room,' explaining tho Man
Ifo'.d apparatus nnd their uses. Tho
guests' never" stopped wondering, tl)o
Umax bol'dg re'jehod by Mr. Dors
sln the technical maiiRgcr's, demon
Btratlqn of the powerful X-ray ap
paratus nnd' tho workings ot the
liLgh frequency currents. Electric
ity sparked out of every corner, and
even by going Into other rooms tho
guests could not escnpo tho pono
tratlng magic power of the X-rays.
A few radiographs were taken and
tho plates developed Irt pre'senco of
The Institution Is magnificently
equipped and especially designed far
treatment of nllments prevailing In
those Islands-. The waltlug-room
leads Into the consultation room.
From thcio one walks through the
operating loom, laboratory and dark
room Into the power station. Here
tho visitor finds tho seven-horsepower
direct current generator Installed
by the Hawaiian Eloctrlc Co. Then
follow three rooms with resting
beds, massage benches nnd clc:trlc
light baths for local treatment.
There Is one room with the big
electric light bath for general treat
ment, where one can havo his body
.bathed In red, white, blue And chem
ical rajs. Just ns he requests and
thtjfllociotr-ploaBcs. Next op? comes
To a compartment with a Stcnmnnd
lml-sir bath, -tiid from there, to the
.shower... room, where watrr flows
from" ovory direction. This Is di
rectly adjoining the bathroom for
medicated, carbonic acid and oxygen
baths, doing across the hull tue
visitor enters tho gymnnstum, with
nil kinds of gymuastlc apparatus,
and -mother bathroom for hydro-
olectrlc- baths. From there, ono
steps through the olectrlc.trentniont
room with tho four-cell bath nnd
tho big Dermo are lamp, and Into
tho X-ray department. Hero we
and nn tmmenso X-ray- coll, giving
an 18-Inch spark, with all Other
utensils for up-to-date Xray work,
and Instruments for the production
of -high-frequency currents of Im
menso onorgy, curing dlseaso nnd
stimulating vitality, but absolutely
harmless under the guidance of the
After opp and a half hours' dem
onstration, tho visitors departed,
convinced of tho fact that physio
theraphy, or treatment by forces' of
naturo, hns by this day conquered a
jihicp amongst tho other brandies
of modcrli niedl:lno And that, ap
plied .scientifically, regarding suc
cess It can vtfry well stand compar
ison with many other healing meas
ures, even such which medicine
rightfully used to be proud of.
Arrangements aro under wny by
which the Institution will offer Us
sorvlces to the general medical pro
fession, with tho result that nhysl.
clans will be nb'e to send patients
for treatment under thcVj- own di
rections. Tho Institute will be open for In
spection by tlfe general public on
Sunday, July 17, from 9 to 10:30
a, m. . y '
TWENTY YEARS FOR
Felix Mansan, a Porto Illcan who
killed his wife on March 28 of this
year at Elcelo, Kauai, was sentenced
to twenty years' Imprisonment on Sat
urday last . The murder was commit
ted with n sharp-pointed dagger and
nns the result of u family row.
The chargo against the man was
that of murder In tho Bocond degree,
and tho minimum sentence is twenty
years. Mansan was brought to town
on the steamer W. O. Hall this morn
ing, and was at onco taken to Onhu
prison, whoro he will begin his torm
"Syhtoin," bsld Mott Smith In re
ferring to tho finding of all tho bal
lot boxes In all tho precincts of the
reirltory this morning
Thero nro throo boxes for each of
the eighty-one precincts nnd with the
exception nf those In Honolulu they
uro turned over to doputy sheriffs for
ciro. It has been twenty months
since these boxes were last used and
every ono of them hns been located
as loady for uso on July 28. Tho only
exceptions nro those which hav,o to
bo suppllesd with now locks.
Preparations for tho election nro
nearly completed nnd with, tlu? Jlxlng
up or the ballot boxes will bo finished.
Order cnsoof Plnectar LoIlhcail,&
Woodward."" Phono 5J7.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Host nt The Encore1.
Tlid Woman's Society of Centrnl
Union church will hold a meeting at
thfi church tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock. K )
! HltlV Itnrtnlrf Jim una r.-iWlit
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gft!iil)llqj'wn-i" found guilty and sent
to take Vchanco with Vasllleff A Co,
aC Arch's .sdnltorhwi. . .
( J6n(ais have decided to quit all
manes injLunrscis excepting Manama
Irene anil ( D. Just rite' a salo of all
Others beglnii tomorrow.
There; will bo an Important meeting
of tho- Oaliu League tomorrow even
Ing afhalf-past seven o'clock nt tho!
oftlco of Senator C. F. Chllllngworth.
tn.i.ti tinu.Hna .h u.n rnnn.ilto tho front moru nnd more, and alt
guilty of having assaulted his wlfo!ovcY Europe tho Christian nations
' sent over to Asch's hotel for six
ty days this morning' by Judge An
drado. Tho tired business man finds com
fort In tho attractive surroundings ot
tho Criterion, corner of Hotel and
Itcthcl Sis., whoro tho best liquor and
beer Is served.
Defendant's bill ot costs, In tho
suit brought by Mny T. Herbert
against William Henry et at., has
beon filed' with the court. It
amounts to !!!). 7fi.
Motion hns been filed by Au i.
Kwnl, defendant ,ln tho suit brought
by Emmoliith & Co., to havo hear
ing nnd; final determination pur
suant to the opinion of tho Supromo
"Lucy Thomas' was toduy adopted
by Joseph and Antoncn Sllvn, the
decrco being signed by Judge Rob
inson, The girl Is eleven cars old
ind the dnij;htcr of Autonc and
I)y Wireless you can reach friends
and customers on the other Islands
without any dolay. This is Important
when ttnio Is a consideration. .On
Suuday mornings tho ofllco Is open
from olght to ten,
No one over succeeds until tho les
sons of saving nnd mothod nro learn
ed. Start the lessons todny by open
ing a Savings Account with tho Dank
of Hawaii, Ltd., corner of Merchant
and Fort, streets.
William Henry, as appraiser, Iibb
reported to the court that he fallen
to find any property left by tho
Into Thomas II. Lucas, cither per
sonal or real, whl h was subject to
an Inheritance tax.
Three cocktail champions wero on
tho police court calendar this room
ing nnd .only two put In au appqnr
onco, Ono gtot a suspended sentenco
of thirteen months, nnd tho other n
flno of St. Tho third thirsty Tim for
feited his ball of 16.
Information was given to Chlof Mc-
DufTlo this nftcrnoon that a tcrrlblo
crime had bcon committed by a Porto
Rlcan on a young girl of cloven years
ot age op July 6, at Punchbowl. Tho
man has gono down tho country to
n plantation and MoDufllo haB left
town on his trail. Death Is tho pen
nlty provided by law for tho offonso
and thero appears to bo no doubt of
tho Porto Rlcan, who Is a married
man,, being the guilty person
This afternoon at ono o'clock tho
education commissioners met at tho
offlco of Superintendent Popo to finish
up tho business which called them
Tho only matter to bo considered
this afternoon was tho looking over
of tho estimates to find if tho appoint
ments mnde woro covered by tho ap
propriation available, and as soon as
fills was' ascertained tho meeting nd
Journed having completed Its labors
toy this session.,, t
DR. COOPER WILL
Dr. C. D. Cooper, after completing
his tour of military duty at tamp
Perry with the rlllcmon of tho Na
tional Guard, will mako n tour of tho
leading hospitals of the country nnd
get In touch with th loaders of mod.
Iclne and 'surgery In tho East. He Is
to. Include Johns Hopkins, leading
Now' York hospitals and tho famous
establishment of' the Mayo Urothers
In Rochester. Minn., and take up oli-
tervatlon and study of special lines
COfiRT WAS QUIET
Atfornoy Qenoral' Lindsay has r
turnod from Kauat whoro he" went" to
attend court session and assist tho
count'y attorney lu handling soma
Lindsay says thero were but two
Important cases' before the, court, ono
being that of a Porto Rlcan mur
derer who received a sentenco of
twenty years and a Japanese who had
'maimed another and was punished by
two years' Imprisonment,
Other than these two ensos tho
term Was nnlot: No' so -with tho w.v
tor nnd on tho" Halt coming over Inst
night tho robust Atlornoy tlencral
was fomo tcaslck.
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
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th'o Moslem nations? In oarly history
they wero noworful. psrteclallv In war.
nnd they havo gone, donn steadily,
the Christian nations havo como
aro nations of drinkers.'
RdV. Folmy did not caie to express
on opinion ns to tho effect of pro- last Monday, Tho American bark AI
hlbltlon hero In tho Territory oxccnl hert was discharging lumber, Tho
In this general way looking at tho
success of tho prohibition Idoa through
ccntmlcs rather than through years.
"I nm In favor of tempcranco In all
things, drinking ns well as over) thing
l am or IIIO Opinion OI lllSllop lira, onunn v-iui uu in. ii uoiu,
tarlck In tho matter of drink," said) n
he, "anU I think tho Bishop oxprcsied1 WITH THE ARRIVAL of thoJ'ael
n fnlr opinion In the matter, I doc Mnll liner Manchuria from San
not 'believe, however, that churches, Francisco on next Mondny morning.
should tnko decided stands, that Is 1'
don't think Hint mlnlstcis should '
preach prohibition or nntl prohibition
from tho pulpit. 1 nm surr that tho regular tour of Inspection of tho vn
churches' are divided among thcm-Jrlous agencies. In Pacific Mall ,clr
selves 'over this question. It makes' cles a number of changes nro bcllcv
a bad 'Impression upon both church-ed will result from tho trip ot the
goers and non cnurcn guers. i nnvo
never mentioned tho subject from my
pulpit, nor would I do so. nnd I do not
know how my congregation feel about'
It. 1 havo never nsked them. There'
aro prohlbUlonlsts and nnll-prohlbb'
tlontsts, but they both can bo good
Wo nro Germans, nnd nro ued to
drinking. Whin I came here I missed1
tho German custom of taking tno
family put to tlio uecr gurucu vtiioiu
there was muslo and tho wife could
have colfoo nnd tho children some
thing whllo tho husband and father
drank his beer. Tho saloon might bo
changed to tho German 'Knclpe' per
haps whero ovoryono could go nnd
nothing would bo thought of It
"It Is Impossible to suit all people,
John tho Ilaptlst neither nto nor
drnnk nnd they said he had a dovll.
Christ alo nnd drank and they ca.led
him a glutton.
"In this question ho people refer
to Christ as a 'prohibitionist but I
think that tho other Bide could claim
Jtlm as well. I do not wish to ho
moio of a Christian than Christ was,
and He drank vvlno which from all
nccoiinta was real wlno. Ho made
no law except ono 'Love ono another'
and I think that wo should have no
law to say n man shall not drink."
FINES AND COFFEE
. FORJpI TEAM
Through tlyi gorsrrylty of sov.
cral firms, tho N. G. II. team win
take with them a supply of Konn
cofl!eo, plncifpplcs, and 'Juice from
the fruit. Hnckfeld & Co. have ao-
nated the coffee, which will bo much
appreciated at tho N. G. II. head
quarters at Camp Perry.
Th6 canned pineapples anu uoio j
new pineapple Juice havo been given
by tho Hawaiian Pineapple Com
pany, and tho Jul:o should muko a
decided hit with tluj thirsty sol
diers. Dr. Cr H. Cooper, surgeon-gcncrnl
of tho N. U. 11., will accompany the
rlflo team when tbey go to Camp
Poland a. he hoTd'a ." K
In tho medical rcservo corps of the
United States Army, he will bo u
conspicuous person at tho big shoot.
GOLF CLUB PLAY
On Sunday next tho Honolulu
Golf Club will have a medal play
tournament nt Moanilun, nnd the
entry, list will close at E. O. Hall
& Son'B ut 0 o'elock on Friday nft
ernoon. Tho pluy promises to be good, as
all the best players of tho club
havo signified their Intention of en
tiring for the competition. The
Moanalua links aro In the best pos
sible condition, and 'Squire Damon's
beautiful place Is looking Its best
Glv,?n fine weather, there should
tie a big turn-out' of golfers at, MA
analua on Sunday, and somo fine pldy
should "bo seen. Play will start at
half-past ten o'clock, and by that
tlmo Intending contestants nhould
bo on hand to take part In the com
petition. THREE MONTHS LEAVE
FOR ENGINEER DEERINQ
August peering, whu has served
tho Houolulu Flro licpnrtment for the
pabt nlno jears without leavo of nu
senco has been granted thrco mouths'
Vacation' by au action taken at to-
dny's meeting of the City nnd County
Siip?rIrtnrR. , - to Hminliilu by California nnd Pugot
Mr. Denrlng wilt rommenco hla res- Sound portB cleared Snn Dlopo yos
plto from duty with tho department torday with destination ns Snn Fran
with the first or the coming month, 'ctsco.
TUB UNITED States nrmy trans
port Shorldan which salldd from IW
riiolulu on July 4th arrived at-'Ban
""Francisco yesterday. Four days,af
J' tor lenvlng HonolliW ihi Shoflilim
met with tho troopship Sherman cim-
Ing front San Francisco and tho
.1,"f,cr " n .,l0f,0n "townways from
,he Sheridan to the Sherman was cf
fected. Tho uninvited passongrs
rrtiirned to HonoSulu they be.
'"3 landed hero yesday afternoon.
ACCOIIDINO to Purser Klbllng of
tho steamer Claudlno tho following
vessels woro at the port of Hllo on
schooner W. II. Marston was taking
on sugar ns was tho Mrftson steamer
Hllonlan. Doth vessels wore loading
for Ban Iranclsco. Tho American
Hawaiian freighter Columbian having
finished taking nn sugar snlled for
General Manager It. P. Schwcrln Is
expected VIII bo a passenger by tho
vessel enrouto to tho Far East on n
THE AMERICAN schooner C 8
Holmes' was reported as discharging n
shipment of lumber nt Ahuklnl nt tho
(mo of departure of tho steamer Hall.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Nllhnu was
taking on sugar at tho port of Nlihau
whlto tho steamer Noeau was ds
charging freight and tnkln gon cargo
nt windward ports of Knuat.
, THE DEPARTURE of the Pacific
Mall steamer Manchuria from Snn
Francisco enrouto to the Far East was
reported yesterday afternoon. Tho
Manchuria Is ditA to nrrlv'o nt Hono
lulu nt nn early hour nn Monday
morning. Tho vessel will probably
make a stay of about twolvo hours nt
JOHN F. SCIIERR. outsldo freight
man for tho Pacific Mall company
nt San Francisco and ono of tho best
known men In tho local .shipping
world, died nt his homo in llorkeley.
July 3. n victim of Ilrlght's disease.
Ho was 58 cars of nge und a natlvo
of Now York.
THE IIATTLESHIP Dolaware' was
eu coKsfully docked for the first tlmo
at tho navy ard, Norfolk, Va June
23. She will have her hull cleaned
and painted before proceeding to
New York for her wireless equip
ment prior to Joining tho Atlantic
ALL THE SUOAR at Honuapo mill
has boon elenned out by tho shipment
taken by tho steamer Iwalanl on her
Inst trip to Komi. Tho vessel brought
4812 sacks of this commodity ami n
deck load of catile. Pursor Stono
states that tho Honuapo mill hns
stopped grinding mid will not rcsumo
bualncsH for some time.
A WIRELESS received by C. Urow
cr und Company repiosentlng tho
Oceanic steamship Slorru gives that
vessel's position nt nlno o'clock, Inst
night as S76 miles out (en ronto to
110110111110; moderate N. E. winds;
modemto soa; cloudy wenther; baro
3'3 J""" 6S
PURSER SHELDON of tho Steam
cr Mnunn Ken reports tho fojlowlng
sugar nwnltlng shipment at Kona and
Kau ports: Paauhau 2308; Kukatau
GG27; Kukatau (D) 1480; Paaullo J!,
800; Paauhau 2000"; Honoka 300ft;
HUT FEW ASIATIC8 left for tho
Orient by tho Pacific Mall 'ktcamir
China which sallod for Japan porU
nnd Hongkong nt flvo o'clock last
evening. Several cabin passengers
departed for tho Far East by tfio over
TAKING EXPLOSIVES for all Maul
ports of call tho Intor-lsland stcamor
Iwalanl haB been placed on the' berth
to Ball nt flvo o'clock this afternoon,
Tho vessel will call at Klpnhulu and
Mokulnu before Returning to Hono
lulu, ' '
THE FREIGHT LIST of tho stoam
or Mauna Loa from Konn and .Kn'u
ports Included brought 8C0U sacks 6f
sugar. 222 bags of conco. It barrois
pears, 21 cases, pears, Subhead, cattle,
zua pneaagss RunuriL'B.
AFTER A PASSAOE of twcnty-tWo
days the American schooner Sequoia
from Hllo to' Port Townscrtd arrived
at tho latter port yesterday. The
vessel brought a shipment of lumber
from tho sound.
THE AMERICAN-Hnwallan freight
or Vlrglnlnn enrouto fiom Ballnn Cnia
Wednesday, July t3. ' ' I
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlno,1
8tmr a, m. ,
.Ka'unl ports Klnan, stmr , m,
Hawaii portsLIkollkc, stmr., n. ml
: rr-: :",;
Per stmr. Mauna Lon. from Kona
nnd Kan, July 12. Master P. Schco- Cisco, July 12 A, II. Andorson.t AI
line, II. Schcellno, Mrs. Schcellno, bcrt S. Raker, Miss O. S. nnrtlett) K.
Miss 8chccllne, Mrs'. M. Gosie, T. At, F, Dl'hop, Miss T. R. Cabral, F.j E.
Charles Hornwcll, Mrs. Comnrll, Rev, Clark, Miss It, Clark, Hugh C6kc,
S. L. Dcshn, Mrs. Ah Tnl, Master Ah. Mrs. Hugh Coko and flvo children.
Tal, Master Mailers. Mrs. Patten. AI
frod Patten, Father Glrard, Father
Mlndals, Father Hnboro, James A. Mn-Jtor Elhrcm, J. K, Farley. Robert Far
goon, II, T. Akul, Violet Cowan, Miss Icy. Mrs. Loulso Frnlne, Miss It. 'Go
nnpara. Master David Simpson, Goo.' soil, Miss C. Gosoll, Mrs. J, J. Green,
Pocults, Rev. A. S. Raker, Mr. IJowl
Ing, A, S. Ilakcr, Miss L. Kelll, Mrs.
Ai K-. Miranda, Mrs. Connnt, M. E.
Do Mcllo, Charles Kn, Francis Aknna,
13,' Mclanphy. Father Justin, Father
Ilc-drlguos. Mrs. Wilbur. Miss Kato
Raker, Miss Ella Raker, Miss JennlJ
Hansen, Mrs. Dovauchclle, Miss Do
vnuchcllo, Miss M, Mclnorny, J. A,
bVmlnor, L .1). Aldrlch, Mr. Dodcn,
Mrs. Do Mcllo.
"Per stmr. Claudlno, from Hawaii
and Mnul ports, July 13. O. W. Carr
C. Dyer, J. A. Glbbs, Ilcv. O. 8. Kopp,
Father JamcB, Wm. White. I). Kalau
oknlnnl, Father Francis, J. 15. Wil
liams, Mrs. Williams, II. Rawlins,
Miss I Vogel, Mrs. M. S. Simpson
R. 11. Kobe, Mrs. Ilohc, C. Illnko,
Miss T, llurtem, Mrs. C. Itnsn, Miss
15. ilo Rego, Emily do Hcgo, J. 8.
Donnghho, Jns. Fnrr, J. Sllva, O- Lar
son, Geo. Freeland, M. Bommnrs, Mrs.
Hofgnard, Mrs. Glbb.
Per stmr. W. (I. Hall, from Knual
txirts, July 13. Alex. Lindsay, Jr.,
Oco. P. Thlclen. A. E. Mlnvlllo, Eu
gene Alu. W. P. Martin, Father 8tc
phen, Father Victor, It. E. Hagenian
Robt. Hagenian, II. J. Luudth, C. A.
Rico .Miss C. Stuart, Rov, J. Wnd
man, Mrs, Wadmnn, Rov. C. II. Mtn,
I .'.. ..
A CARLE received at the agency
of II. Hnckfeld nnd Company an
nounces the departure of the Toyu
Klsen Knlsha stcamor Hongkong Maru
from Yokohama. Tho vessel sailed
yesterday and is expected will nrrlvo
at Honolulu enrouto to Centrnl and
South American ports on or nliout
July 2Sth. Tho Hongkong Mnru Is
bringing nn freight for the Hawaiian
Islands. Tho vessel will probably ro
main outside tho harbor during hor
brief stay at tho port
A CHANGE has been mado In thn
sailing orders for tho dispatch of tho
United States nrmy transput Sher
man nnd that vessel Is announced will
depart for Mnnlla by tho way of Ounm
at six o'clock this evening. Whllo
at Honolulu tho Sherman left about
seventy tons of general and cold stor
age supplies nnd provisions and her
bunkers wero replenished by tho nd
dltlon of soven hundred tons of coal
Tho Sherman will depart from tho
VERY PLEASANT weather Is re
ported by Purser Klbllng of the steam
or Claudlno which vcsbel-arrlvcd from
Hawnll and Maul parts this morning-.
Tho stoamer brought a largo numhor
of cabin and C3 deck passengers. Tho
freight list Included among other
Items: 30 cords wood, CO cases honey,
2 mules, G9 hogs und 179 packages
HY THE STEAMER W. O. Hall
from Kauai ports this morning there
arrived a number of cabin passengers
and 5500 sacks of sugar. Purser
J nines Uignn roportH moderato woath-
cr on both outward and Inward trlpi
of tho steamer Forty-olght packages
sundries arrived by tho vessel.
THE STEAMER Claudlno snlllng
'for Maui and Hawaii ports of call, nt
flvo o'clock on Friday evening will
not call at Klpnhulu on this trip. Tho
freight for tho port will bo taken by
(ho steamer Iwalanl sailing for Maul
PURSER JAMES LOOAN of tho
steamer Hall roports tho following
sugar awaiting shipment: K. S. M
3100; M. A. K, 40,325; K. K. II. 4400;
"oil, 30 020; K, P. 4710; M. 8. Co.
7000; K 8. Co. 1715; P. L. 215; H. ii
THREE HUNDRED and ninety
tons of mainland cargo will arrive at
Honolulu on .next Monday by the Pa
cific Mall liner Manchuria. This ,vos
sol has sailed from San Franclqco
with a largo number ot passengers.
KAWAIHAE. Mnhukona", Jftnuhau,
Knhalnlclo. Kukalau, Ookala and pth
cr Kona portB will be visited "l)j""tlie
Inter-Island stcamor Maui sailing ut
four o'clock this evening. .
THIRTY MILES from Honolulu en
route to San Francisco a wlreloss
from tho Mnlson Navigation steamer
Lurllne reports moderate north east
trades and choppy seas,
THE AMERICAN ship Mai lon Clill-
co(t which nrrlvod nt tho port soind
days ago with n quantity ot fnol nil
Is expected will sail for Gavlotn this
ON PAQE EIGHT.'
i i in i
'' 'We'tfrYesdayrffiiy-IS. t
Klpahillu, Mokulnu and Maul ports
Iwalanl, stmr., 6 p. m. . j
Knwslhae,,,' iTlhukona and iduia,
const ports' Maul, stmr.; 4 p. m. 1
1 '..,. v i t
Per S. S. Lurllne. for San Fran-
Miss A, R Collie, Miss Violet Cowan,
Miss A. W. Dcas, 'Miss M. Dunn 61s
Miss M. Green, Miss C. Hcrrlck, Leon
Honlgubcrgcr, Dr. II. Hordcn, Oco.
Huublo and two chl(drcn, Msn Edith
Hunter, M. Ida, F. Loehr, Mrs. I)chr
and four children", Mrs. B. T. Mills,
Mrs. Emily Nelson and Infant, Miss
Roso Peck nnd child. Wm. Schuman,
W. L. 8rhownltcr, Mrs. A. M. Scott,
John Spencer, Mrs. John Spencer,
Miss Una Smith, Miss Mabel 8"urttcr.
Sister Stunnna. E, Wnlsb', W.J, West.
Olio Wlx, William Wood, Fnsa-Yat-sutake,
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
July 12. II. C. Waldron, W, II.
Rice, Miss Emily Rice, A. II. Wong,
Solomon Hoe. Mrs. D, K. Bheldon.
11. .Nnknmaru, Mfss Hadloy, Miss A.
Holt, Miss I. Ho j d, Miss A. Hall,
Miss J. lloyd, Mrs. J. II. Cummlngs.
Miss E. Cummlngs, Miss Fernandez.
Mrs. M. P. Aklna, Rev. J. A. Aklnn,
N. Aknna, Miss Rose Aloran.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal oris. Chas. L. Martin It.
W. Cathcart, Mrs. Cathcart, F. F.
Meyers, Mrs, Meyers,
PASSENGERS DOOKED . I
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for iclual
ports, July 14. W. Oehrlng, II. ll.
Itohe, Mrs. II. II. Itoho,
Pec stmr. Maunn I-ba, for Kona
and Knu porfs, July IB. W. Crjiw-
ford, Miss Grace Morchcad, Miss L.
Hosiner, A. E. Larimer, Mrs, 8. O.
Alecn, Miss Massey, Miss Wallace,
Mrs. R. Wallace, Mrs, F. Hoogs.
Per stmr. Claudlnej for Hawaii
nnd Maul ports, July 15. Mrs. J. F.
Colburn, Miss L. Cnckburn, Miss II.
Colburn, Miss P. Colhurn, W. Zleg-
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports.
July 19. R. Wf "F.ruyls, Mrs1. J.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, July 13.
Port San Luis Arrived, July 11.
S. S. Snntn Maria, henco July 2.
Port Towi-sond Arrived, July 11,
rchr Sequoia, from IIIlo Juno 20.
Ahuklnl Scbr, C. S. Holmos, dis
charging, July 13.i
JAPAN TO BE
Jnpancso Ambassador lnou)o, who
hns been selected by Ills Imperial
Japanese Majesty, the Mikado of ja
pan, to represent his government In
a centennial annlversnry to be held
In ono of the small republics In
South America, In August, will ar
rive on the stcuniBhlp Hongkong
Maru, from Yokohama, on tho 25th.
Tho ambassador was formerly In
Germany and Is considered ' one ot
tho' ihrevvdest dlplomnts 'In 'Japan.
Whllo hero he will be tho guest of
Cnnaul-Gene.rnl Uyeno. Ho Is ac
companied on his Important mission
by the military anil naval uttachen
and members prominent In tho dip.
Tlip FIRST D1V1BION of the Pa
cific fleet, under the commuiid tot
Ucar-Admlral 0. II. Hurtior, U. 8. N.,
consisting of tho California ( flag
ship), tho Washington, tho Colorado
and tho Pennsylvania, will loave' San
Fran.lsco on August 14' for Valpa
raiso, Chile, arriving'' nt that plsco
on September 10, to tuke part in
tho Chilean centennial celebration,
beginning September 12, This Is lu
accordance with a formal Invltutlon
extoi: led by the Chilean Govern
ment. ltcar-Admlral Harbcr Is llho
commandor-ln-chlct pf tho Paqlflo
fleet. After tho celcbrntlon" tno
Washington will proceed to llamp.
ton Roads by' wuy ofthe Straits of
Magellan, HrrlylngnSt, lator than
fv'ovombor 15. Tho jfotfjer voijols
will letufn to4San "Francisco, arriv
ing rot later thanOctobr 22. The
division wllpc6al at Chlmbote, IMru,
en ronto (p 'Valparaiso und on the
return voyag'S) Tho Olacler wlllfuc
company the division as fur south as
Kiel, Oflrmany, July 2. The Malnze,
bearlig Prince Honry nnd the entire
complement of the Zeppelin party to
arrango preliminaries for the North
Polar balloon expedition, sailed for
Spltzbergcn today. Several srlen
(Ists, who will study conditions In thn
Fnr North with a view to determining
nhethor tho project is pr&ctlcnblo, nro
Included In tho company,, 4 0
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