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rfiwpfq Bm,yETnr, Honotn.tr. j. f illf,iAf iiP h, mo.
Ocennlo Third Ilpgrfr.
Hawaiian First Degree.
llrtnolnlii Third Degree.
All vltltlug uieuibem ut tus
)rder are cordially InzJted te
attend meetings nt local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
it K. P. HaU
, 7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENBIHEERS" other Alio
KHEFICIALAWIATIOIL nations cor
HARMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening l
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. n. HENDHY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meeti ever) first and thlrcF. rftl-
day evening, at 7:30 In K. o( P.rllall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
nrothars cordially Invited to aliened
WM. JONES, 0. C " r
O. F. HEINE, K. R. a
f HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. O.E.M.
Meeti every Oral and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghta of
Pythias iiall. Visiting brothers cor
tlnllv Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
B. V. TODU, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. OiiE"
Meets un the 2nd and Ub WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in K ot P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagle are Invited to at
W. K ItlLBY, . P.
WM. C McCOY, Sec,
HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61$. D. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Kin'
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brother are cordlall;
Invited to attend
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec
WM. McKINLEY. LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur'da
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
Ing brotheia cordially Invited to at
H. A TAYLOR, C C
E, A. JACQfiSON, K R 8
A preservative and permanent In
color. For shingles and rough wood
work. Numerous artistic and har
monious combinations of color.
Lewers CooRe, Ltd.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALME
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Nieht Call 101
j' ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
lln. han called and Is DUE JUNE
IB and DELINQUENT ou JULY 15.'
(Continued from Patre 1)
Olaa wliti'M altcgrd to 1rart tlancer
omly wounded 'another Japanese ut
Eight Mllei, wai charged, vvltli assault
with a weapon. Correu was appointed
to defend Mm.
Ramon de la Cms, who Is charged
with having struck lhr prison guard
with n hummer In llin course of tlio
Jail break last week, was charged Nylin
assault with u weapon. r
Tranquellno Paaqunl and llnnlfuclo
Plsarrii wero charged with burglary
In the first' degree. They nro alleged
to have burglurlrcd a Japanese store
Nil bill wai found In the ease of
William I!rnfi ami Ah Fnl, n charge
Involving a young girl which wns
brought up by the probation otllrcrs,
No bill was found In the rose of Kua
nal, who whs alleged to Jinve tried (o
blow up n police ollleer by means of
STEAM PIPE BURST
A bursting sleam pipe In assignee)
as tho cuiso for Iho delay In the sail,
lug of the Unite.! States army trans
port Sherman for Manila at six
o'clock last evening,
An hour before tho advertised time,
of departure the Rteam bad been turn
ed Into the pipes which supply the
transport's engines. It may have been
through an excess prermirn upon n
weakened pipe that caused Iho burst
ing. At six o'clock Inst evening It was
Sound Impossible In dispatch the
foopshlp and the announcement wair
-H! P'ide. flint the Sherman might
aaraimrco ger nw'ny nlioul two bourn
"The damaged pipe was finally re
nalred but when the sleant was
igaln tuincd In from tho boilers another-
break resulted nnd then It was
decided that a new section of pipe
would be necessary to carry the trans
noft'- to tthc Philippines,
A'large force of workmen were en
taged all night and throughout the
morning In replacing the damaged
It was Intended to dispatch the ves
el for Manila at ten o'clock this
morning but when that hour arrived
the repairs were, not completed nnd
'he time of sailing was further post
Tho Sherman has taken on about
seven hundred tons of coal during the
May at the port.
Tho Sherman may sail for the Ori
ent at five o'clock this evening though
the local quartermaster's department
can not guarantee her departuro nt
CHINESE MUBT WAIT
Demand for Immediate Calling
- PEKING. July 2. An Imperial de
cree Issued today refused tho popular
demand recently made for the, Inline.
illato convocation of a national par
liament. The urgent petition, which was pro
enter! by delegates to, the provincial
assemblies, was considered at the first
-Meeting of tho council ot the empire
during the regency of Prince
' ,pcars that tho regent purposes
idliere to his original program,
-li'rli provides for a general leglsla-
e body to bo summoned nine years
'ter tho first meeting of the provln-
al assemblies, which were constitut
ed by a decree, of tho throno made on
May 9 last.
Concurrent with tho summons of
tho national assemblies to meet on
October 3, announcement was made of
91 members representing all classes,
nnd the peoplo wore Instructed tq
urepare for a constitution and parlia
ment. FALLS 8,000 FEET
Louis Millionaire on First Balloon
Trlt ard Avlnlo," Drop Into the
RT LOUIS, Mo., June 15. J. Q.
Wonstcr Lambert, who came Inld pos.
session of about $1,000,000 .when ho
reached his majority recently, fe(l
8,000 feet Into the Mississippi river,
at lladcn, North St. Louis, while-making
hla malrton Tiallooti trip In the
78.000 cublr. foot St. Louis No. 3 of
tho Aero' Club of St. Louis, with S
Louis von I'hnl, pilot.
Roth wefp rescued by a itioloo;1)oat,
Tho balloon was saved.
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA.
Skin suffcrorsl Drop greasy salves
and nasty medicines. That mild,
loothlng liquid. D. 1). D. Prescription
stops tho avful Itch wth the first
drops, A doctor's prescription of ac
knowledged Value. Get a bottle at
Honolulu Drug Co.. Fort street.
tnterlsland and O R. & L. shipping
books for sale at the Bui lot In
offlco, COc each.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
M-fir. r-u Sill f?r "JJi sfi'c ft
Plnrcfar from iSe Arctic '
It.oes without saying .that, every.
8 thlng;ls Best at The Encore.
or dlBtined water, Hire's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Oernldo. a Snanlanb who iiiteil some
fierce language, was found giillty this
morning by Jndce Andrado ahd the
fine inflicted was fl
The j. P. Transfer Co. has organ
ized li ,baseball 'team, nnd have la
shed n challenge lo the Union Peed
Co. iTh'e Transfer Co. learn Is as fol
lows; P, Guerrero, p. MnkAl, Oi 15,
Andrews, lb; Bllm, Sh: Wlllk 3li; R.
McCorrlston (captain), ss; IC. Pun,
rf; Cftlnno, if; Demto. cf.
I-ONDON, July 2. A year's work
ing of the Court of Criminal Appeal
In Kngluud has opened up a terrible
plctnl of wrbngful .nt.vli-ilou. livery
day while this Appeal Court bus been
fitting, glaring cases have been
brought up nnd sometimes ns many
ns (lirre iiinvl'tlnns a day have been
reversed. Ilerore tlin Appeal CouU
was cstnblhihed then1 was no nope
for anyone convicted In Ki:gl:iud or
n criminal offense, though the Judge
might have misdirected -the Jury or
allowed Irrelevant evidence calcu
lated to prejudice tle mind nt the
Jury tow.ird the prisoner.
Some Judges strongly opposed the
Institution of nn appeal courl. It Is
easy now to see why they felt l.er
vous about It. Take the last day's,
session of the appeal Judges. -A Cor
nlshman named Robert Rodda had
been sent to five years' penal servi
tude, though he had a bona fide de
fense, liccnuse he had reserved that
defense In the pollre court common
practise In Kuglal.d and the Judge
at the assize court told the Jury It
was merely nn after thought. Thut
was two years ago, but the Court
of Appeal has decided the Jury were
misdirected nnd the remaining three
years of the sentence have been
In another well-known rase, an an
tique dealer, Arthur T. Kills, was
charged with charging excessive
prices for clili.a sold to a millionaire
dry goods merchant named Dlcklnn,
who had the collecting erase. The
Judge admitted n lot of evidence ns
to other offenses committed by Ellis,
not connected with that charge, unit
a long rcntenee resulted. The Judges
have now delded thut such evidence
should l.ut have been admitted and
tho conviction Is annulled, This
Court of Criminal Appeal promises to
become one of the busiest courts In
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 2.
Secretary of tho Navy Meyer, Just
beforo lonvlng Washington on a trip
to Hamilton, Mass., announced that ho
Is going to reorganlzo the accounts
of the department. He Said that tho
authorization ot tho naval supply nc-
enuift, In tho general deficiency bill
makes It possible for htm tu place
tho accounts of tho department on a
business .basis In accordance with the
recommendations of the civilian ex
pert accountants and the best com-
The, Secretary expressed tho fear
that the eight-hour duy provision may
niak'u, tlio cost of' building a battle
ship In n navy yard prohibitive. Ho
hopet to be ablo to try. In ono of
tho'feolllerB now building, n gcar-drlvo
device for propelling machinery ami
anT electric drlvo In nnother collier.
MRS. KK1TKL IIAIU.Y HU0KK.V
111' KIMI KJtWAItn'.S IIKATII
London, July 2, These are hard
I (lays for.Mrs. Goorgo Keppel, the chief
tstar In the late King Edward's circle
.Ever since, her last interview with the
dying monarch In Buckingham Palace,
she has been in bed Tvltli u ba'd nerv
ous breakdown. '
So serious Is her condition that two
nurses are with her ittght aud day,
and It will, be long before sha regains
her old sprlghtliness. Nevertheless,
Mrs. KeppeL. UiourU she will hardly
appear In (he court circles again, ful
ly Intends to malntuln her own In tho
social lmellght Just as soou as cir
cumstances und her health will per
mit. Nowadays, since, J, Plerpont
Morgan- gave h'er exchange tlpB, her
private, parse Is well supplied from
the .profits of steel stock and other
sound Investments und speculations.
Aluska is a largo body of valuahju
coal and mineral land completely sur
rounded by (luggenhclm, Baltimore
Sun. ' '
8-HOUR DAY MAY
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City Transfer Cof.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
LONDON, June 28 Alt airship
which Is lo fly from London to New
York lifts already been designed, an 1
Is expected lo bo ready for Its first
lllght lAjtvyrlvo months.
It la to bn 1000 feet In length,
sixty-five feet In diameter, will bo
worked by K(xleen propellers nnd
will have a lifting rapacity of thirl
eight tuns beyond lis own weight.
The designer, llntnii Roeniie. Is
ni imo rnnon iiimminn U
rLANaiiKUOD AMCKIlANd ..-,,,
0CEANR0U1E ARE SPURNED
HiiHslan. luif tbe nlrihlp M to li;ln Wniliiligtott ileadllig Willi 4..0
built by FlrlIsh workpien, wild Itrit-. governmeni nmelnls to lake radical,
Ib)i mntcflals, within ten mle orjartlon.
Iindoa and ou'l:r, by an exi'luiively, ",f America Is going In Bland by.
Ilrlllsb compntiy. I tho Monroe dotrlne," be Kald, "It Is
It Is lo tin n liHld dirigible, wllhjnhout time thai some action was
nn outer rover of an alloy called 'tuKcn lo remedy the'riTlitlltlim of the
chromium, llin surf.ire of which Isi
to bo to prepared ns lo re-embte n
This s to bo the pioneer of n
Heel of such Ilrtllsh nlrxhtps. Inlln.
entlnl men are considering Iho for
matlun of n company to promote tlu,1n"ow Bt"ue other government Instep
building of nn aerial navy and the
cstuhllMimcut nf n pnsienger and
Haron Rocnne has mapped nut
route ami charts, and lie hail drawn
up rough tlmetubies fur Iho mall
and passenger servl e.
The Journey from London lo Mer
lin und back will, for Instance, oc
cupy thirty-six hours.
'This ralciilntlou," he says, ' al
lows for strong head winds of n ve-i
oclty of flfty-flvo miles per hour,
flf llin elaht innlnru tilth U'litnl. nnnli i
nlrshlp will be provided, only four., Kola'lons hnvo bflen broke), nff. bui
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five, or at the utmost six, would lie
working nt u time, thus enabling
them to Lo kept In perfect order."
This Is the beginning of Huron
Roenne's scheme. Ho has mapped
out n pasbengcr service from Umdou
to New York.
"I fancy It will lake about sev
enty-two hours to cross the Atlan
tic," ho says. "That, of course, U
allowing for a head wind of 'about
nfty-f.vo miles per hour. I shall
mako tho trip as soon ns my first
ship Is btillt to show thnt It Is feas
Other services proposed nro from
Loudon lo Paris, Vienna, Rome nnd
With regard to lil.s schnine for
passenger nnd mall services, he has
omitted no detail. Each vessel will
carry 200 first-class and 200 second
class passengers. As an earnest of
Ilnron Roenne's Intentions it may bo
stated that a tract of nbout 100
acres ot land for the erection 'of
iicrlnl stations nnd docks has al
ready been secured, and thnt work
men will shortly bo emptnved day
aud night upon tho cot.JtruUlon ot
tho first aerial liner.
LONDON'. Julr 2.-Qucoh'Alexnn.
dra's nervous 'Condition since King
Edwnrd's death Is worrylug King
George. Sho Is Irritable to u degree
and nioEt touchy on tlio subject of
her status Ih the, land. Contrary to
nil precedent, tho has continued .to
live nt llirklnghahr Palace and to
fly the royal standard, tho banner re
served for tho monarch alone. When
remm.strated with sho retorted thut
tdio Intended hi fly the flag till ono
was provided of a. special design- for
her use. As to llucklngham Pnlaco,
she Is greatly attached to the place
and also to Sandrlngham, but she has
no regrets about Windsor Cnslo,
which sho never liked uny more than
She bus been very nngry nbout a
picture of herself published a few
days ago In un illustrated paper and
seeming to have been (alien qulto re
cently. King George, even, was de
ceived and aeU'e.l the 'Queen Mother's
constant tompanldu, the Hoi.. Char
lotto Knollys, .to persuade her not tq
poso Just novv,r That roused tho wid
owed Queen from her reveries In thu
palace gardens nnd a frightened
newspaper proprietor has slnco been
explali.lug volubly' that the publish
ed photo was taken, beforo King Ed
wanliLoBth. .' .JL.
Mrs. Ulobbs Docs our hired man
mako many mistakes; Dlobbs Doe
lie? Why, ho was Just asking where
to find tho milkweed to frd thu coWs
with. Chicago Nows. '
Hats worth ono liillllon dollars have
been seized by American customs of
nclals, All six of them will bo sold.
"Are cannibals Vegetarians?" "No,
dear, 'humanltarlarui." Yflle Record.
WASHINGTON, I). C, July
An Amnrlcan'a life Is no. wnrU.
lu.ythlng- In Nicaragua. Our con
duct of .the Crnce-dnnnli nffnlr naa
mndo America the subject r,f ridi
cule." today derlared Colimel (I. II.
Fowler, Texan nnd soldier tif for
tune, who served as rbli'f of nvlll
ler under General I'huhniiTfi, In the
tebel nrmy for four miiiillm nnd In
unfortiuiales tf Nicaragua.',
Kovvler then lifted a leaf out of
Roosevelt Guild Hall speech on
"If America Isn't going to ntM,"
he tnld, "It had better vacate nnd
In nnd maintain, tinier, for order
must bo maintained. The civilized
world Is not. going to stand much
longer for Iho tyraunl.al rule Hint
exists In Nicaragua.
Not Comic Opera War.
"Tho piestlgo nf Amerle.T1iaa suf
fered greatly through Hie Oroco
Cannnn incident. Zel.iyn ordered the
two Americana hIiiiI, ns was proved
by Hie rourl-martlnt of tho officer i
who "hot them, nuil who worn while-
washed, yet Zolnyn himself was .nl-
lOWCll to CPClinn frnm II. n t.miltli.,.
mat incident Is tomolhlng of tutor
uiilmpiirtnncc In Mndilz ut this
"Amcrlcuns do not, take this fight
In Nlcnragua seriously. I did not
clller until I arrived there.
"It la at. a comic opern wnr, ns
It has Leen cnUed, but n real war
with the people heart and Mini lit tho
fighting. About 10 Kr rent, of tho
,mcn, wcro lo8t ln ,a,' u' "'0 lurgcr
"Chamorro, tho commnnder-ln-chief
of tho rebel urmy. Is tho great
est general I Ijavo ever met. Ho
would mnke his mark lit n largo
country. Ho lH nbsnlntely fearless.
"He left lllueflelils with ftOOU
men: they hud provisions for four
days, eating one meal each day. Tho
distance Is 1C0 miles across bwnmps,
over moui.lnlns und through the
brush, with rain falling scvcrnl
hours each day. When wo arrived
outside of Managua there wasn't a
man with a pair of shoes on his feet,
nnd n gicat many did' not hnvo
trousers. Yet they held the gov
ernment troops for three days before
MORMONS GAIN MANY CONVERTS
Missionaries From United States Are
Active in Scandinavia.)
CIIRIST1ANIA. July 2. Mormon
missionaries are at present working
very hard in Scandinavia, csneclally
In Norwny, whpro thero seems to bo!
particularly fcrlllo soil for such
Tho urowtli of n nrv '
Norwegian te.t related to this Mor-i
mpn movement has. In fact, of lato'
caused much uneasiness In Isolated
Tho Mormons, however, do, not
cqnllno their energetic and success- j
fill efforts to out-of-the-way pluces. ,
Without meeting any serious hlnd-i
rnnce from tho authorities or lha.n,c,nl m iiuwaimu sugar,
clergy they have established their
headquarters on Osterhaus stirct. In
Norwny and Denmark there are nt
present 132 Mormon missionaries nt
work, most of whom uro from thu
Unitod States. Norway Is divided by
tho Morniorj into three districts,
encli with Us, central city. Chrtetl
unla Is tho headquarters for tho east -
tho western und Druiithelm for tio
In Sweden, whero they uro work
ing under, less favorable conditions,
th'ero Is only ono center, but Den
mark," like Norway, Is divided into
The Mormon- congregation in
Chrlstlanla comprises nbout 75u I Portsmouth, N. H.. on September C.
adults; thero is a choir af'sbmo slxtv'mnr. r,.r,.,nii.. ,u ,i,.. uauin,,.
Vlnecrs nnd a Sunday school wltnj.fnpanouc war. -Tho Japanese Em
"" icnoiars. iasi year 4QD couvoi la i
were baptized InTthls centVai temple,
and many moroThnvo beqn baptized
una jiar. - .
ino raiBsionnriea are propaEfttlns
Mormonlsm with natoumlliii; fervor,
energy, by meetings, tllntrllm-1
of tracts nud the publication of
mill t.KU.IInt II... Olnu .. 0-. I
a special Journnl, Iho Star of Scan-
dlnavln, Issued In Copenhagen
"Klfty-four per cent of tlio mem
bers of tho class of '03 are married,"
says tho Smith Collego Annual Rec
ord, "and 73 per cent, have children."
Scandalous, wo Bhould sayl-Buffalo
i '. ,
Wednesday, July n. t
.China nnd Japan -imrts- .Montcalm
r,Kcrulser, B p. m.
Oahu potts t.'aena, stmr, 5 p. m
. WATERFRONT NOTE8
AGAIN COMER the rumored com-
bin.' by which the Oceanic Steam.
ship aniUtho tlnloh Steamship com -
nttilru tvlll rtivnprtln n lttnl unKi.lAA In.
" 8rtll ratlcU(.n' nnii A..,t.ll,
pons. Tlio lalo coast newspapers
stale that there Is n possibility ofjlio
steamers Ventura and Sonoma being
placed In commlnslon nftcr laying up
for tho past four years. The ptnry
has mil been .denied by the steamship
magnate:! though ho confirmation of
the report has thus far been secured,
The plan Is, lo lebiilld the Sprockets
steamers. They are to be lengthened
about forty feet, fitted with oil htirn
Ing iipparntus thereby Insuring great'
or speed with economy In cnnni
llon of fuel. Tim old spectre of n
subsidy however looms up strong and
n failure to secure such financial re
lief frrini Die Amctlcan government
Is declared will again Hcml the propo
sition In the air,
A CIRCULAR Issued by Secretary
NngeJ of the department of Commerce
nnd Labor notifies all collectors of
customs that the lecent enactment of
congress which provide that ufter
July 1, 11)11, no ocean-going steamer of
the United Slates or or any foreign
country carrying passengers and crew
of fifty or more ptisonn idi.il) bo per
mitted to leave n United States port
unless equipped with wireless tclo
The'secietary directs collectors of
customs to ftirnlch n copy ot (hu now
law nnd directions to the owner or
master of eveiy oceau-goliig stoamci
to which tho act Is applicable, nnd
! !ha' .l!,ov r,!nvnn' ,,?f'TP "
1 Kill) lit iKn rviimtnluiilniinH nf n i o I
." .,' , . , """"" " '
gallon n list of Hiirh steamers, stal
Ing jeparntely those which already
are equipped and thoso which nro not
equipped with wireless apparatus.
THE MATSON Navigation sleame
Wllhclmlna which sailed for nilo last
evening Is due to return lo Honolulu
i nn Sunday morning. While at the
Hawaii port, tho vpmhoI will lake on
n largo consignment of sugar. The
Wllhtlmlna wilt sail for San I'rnn
Cisco nt ten o'clock on Wednesday
morning. The agents aunownco Dial
the vessel will carry nt. least five
thousand Ions of raw sugar for th
coast rollncros. Tho Wllhclmlna Is
leaving for the mainland with about
ono hundred first class passengers,
THE AMERICAN schooner Mary IC
Foster ihouhl bo ready for sea l
Saturday. Tho vessel has bc9n ills'
charging n shipment of lumber. Tho
vessel is about discharged and Cap
tain Johnson hopes lo complete work
by tlio last of the week nnd sail for
a return voynga to Pugct Sound.
THE OCEANIC Steamship Coin
pany liner Sierra from San Kranclsc"
Is expected to arrive off tho port by
six o'clock tomorrow morning. The
latest wireless received from that ves
sel give her position us SiHi mile
frnm Honolulu steaming through mc
dcrato northeast winds,
ACCORDING TO a Merchants' E
chango report the American steume
Santa Miirln sailing from Honolulu o)
July 2nd arrived at Port San Luis o-
The vessel hroiigb
,tnw.i Hlilnment of fuel oil in ih
THE ARRIVAL of thq America
Hawaiian freighter Missouri. at Sp
Una Cruz yesterday Is reported b.
lato cables. Tho vesHCl sailed fron
",11" "" Juno -Stir, taking a full Ship
A WIRELESS received from th
Pacific Mall steamer China last oven
ing gives her position ln Lut. 22:17'
long. 101 : 20; 3iiG miles from lion-,
lulu. All well.
WILL 'DISCUSS ANEW
' THE TERMS OF PEACE
Japanese and Russian Embassador,
to Reopen Some of the Clauses.
BOSTON', Juno 2.1. Rumors nn
current ut Manchester, N. li., that
the Emhacsudors from Russia nud
Jnp.-yi will meet thero this summei
to reconsider eortuln parts of the
Treaty of Portsmouth, Blgned n
bursty Is already settled for tho sum
wer llt KMi oiouccster.'
Ilurun Rosen, head of the Russian
KmhaBSV In thn ITrtltHil Slalpn nnd n
promlnont figure ut the nogotlatloufi
at Portsmoath. haasiuiacnly thancert
bla plnus and Is coming to Manchos
ter to spend tho summer. Inst end ol
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---,. mi riniiM liiu nuilllllCl, lU9lt'illl ill
golug trt liar Harbor. While uo of
flclal, confirmation of tho minor
to i) Id bo so uied, It wn leurnod.
frcni a source worthy of credence
that tho coming negotiations were
tho causa of Huron Rosen's going
there for tho summer.
"For Sale" catd at Bulletin...
ON PAGE EIGHT.'
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Wednesday July 13.
Hlln WllhPlmlna. M. N. n! H.. C
'p. m. '"""" . - .
Hawaii porta tw.ilanl, Rtmn, 5 p.
Gav lota Mai Ion Chlleotf, Am. rp.
Knvvnlhae and Mahulcnnn Maul,
' lmr., i p. m.
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I PA88ENOER8 DOOKEti f
Per stmr, W, O. Hnll, for, Kauai
ports, July 14. W. Oehrlng,, II. II.
Roho, Mrs: II. II. Robe.
Per stmr, Maun.i Lon, for Kona
am) Knu port's, July IS. W. Craw
ford, Miss Orace, Aorehead, Miss L.
Homier. A, E. i Larimer, Mrs' 3, O.
Aleen, Miss Mnssey, Miss Wallace,
Mrs. R, Wallace. Sirs. V. Hoogs.
Per stmr. Claujllne, for Hawaii
and Maul ports, July lfi. Mrs. J. V.
Colbitrn, Miss L, CoeMuirit, Mltu It,
Colhurn, Miss P, Colburn, Wt Zleg
Per stmr. Klnnn for Kauai -wis,
July 19. It. W. V. Piivls, Mrs. J.
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelmlnn for San
Ernnclscn, Jqly 20. Miss E. Henri
ques. Mrif. Henrique, Mis.s.Hulchln
son, .Mrs. Hclcu Slemsen, Miss Allco
Davis. Miss l'anay, O. Roberts, MIbs
Norn Tovvner( Miss '.Von Tcmpsky,
Mrs. Dora Von Tenipsky, W. O.
Ernnklln, Paul .do la, Vorgne, Prof.
V. Thompson. Robert Mist, K. 11. Urn
den, J. T. McCarthy, Mrs. II. John
Ron, Mrs. D. O. Curran. Miss L. C.
Slerrett. Mrs, 11. R. Berry, Mm. A. R.
Gurry, Mrs. II. O. diilllvnn, Mrs. E.
Hansn,(Mlss !'. Shlim-an, Miss O. A.
Arnol I, Miss M. Cook, Miss E, Dutot,
Miss L. Olrvln. Mrs. J. W. Glrvln,
Mrs. A. P. Knight, Miss Allco Thomp
son, Miss N, T, Ellison, Miss A. Ifar
rlngton. Miss Mury Sexton, Miss Lyda
McStocker, K. U. McStockor, Dr. C.
11. Cooper. Dr. llaldwln. P, Klamp,
J. N. S. William. Mrs. Williams. Miss
Klamp. Miss McCarty. Miss Edith
SIcyei', Miss Glippy, A. D. Castro. Wm
Walsh, Mrs. Walsh,- L. Abrams, Mrs.
Abrnms, E. N. Payne, C. W. Macfar
lane, Miss E. P.' Mist, Mrs. H. M.
Per O. S. S. Slerrn, for San Fran
tlsco, July 20 Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E.
Schecline. J. M. Scheellne. J. II. Fid
des, .1. P. Erdman, Mrs. 8. M. N,qed
ham, Miss Nccdham, 'Miss arbaugh,
Miss M. T, Klucgcl. R. W, Robinson,
X. P. Drako, E. V, Lctsnn, W. O. Ir
win. Miss T. Eahy, O, Hush, Austin
White Mrs. ,W;m "Abiey. Miss M.
Gasse, J. S. Marrow, Miss E. Falrwoa
thcr, Mrs,., N. n. Kmcrson, Miss 8. C.
Stcrrett. Mrs. !', Hurtr Miss, E. 'n.
Melor, E. It. Alexander, A. W. Emer
gen, Mrs. Sturtevnnt, illss Jnry, Mrs.
L llaldwln. Miss N. Hurt, Miss Ryan,
O. A- Mcintosh, It, E. Bond; R. E.
Mist, C. 8. Brown, L Rubenstoln, C.
II. Upplncott,iP. D. Wllhlngton. A. P.
Drcdgo. Major Riley, Mrs. and Miss
Kocfer. WJ.. Fletcher, W. Simpson,
Miss E. Kamaka. Miss 'M. Clark,
Misses D. nndi A. Onldsnilth, Mrs.
Hluln, Mr. and Mrs. Bturtovunt, Miss
Plnkcrton, Mrs. Palleston, U Horn
ings,burgor, Capt. Foster, Jas. -Vc-Candlcss,
Mrs, M. R. Noble, Men. j,
S. Chllils. Mrs. W. A. AnderKm, J.
it, Schnnck, C, F. Jenkins, M. Ilroder
Ick, Mrs. Jno. Dyer, Miss L. Aholo,
Mlhs N. V. Ellison, Mrs. Geo. Mar.
tin, W. Knssclen, W. Heastand, Mr.
and Mrs. O. A. Becker, J. K. Fan
ley, F, Farley, Mr. and Mrs. W. Can
non. Mrs. F, Leo, Ml'ss Leo, Mrs, C.
A. Bcllon, Mr. nud Mrs. B. T, 8Im
win. Mrs. Oliver nnd son, Mr. and
Mrs. E. I). Hnydcn,, Mrs. J. Winter,
Miss C. M. MncDonald, Miss M. An
derson, E. II, .Brown.",
Malls aro due at Honolulu from.
points as follows; ' .
Yokohama Per Mongolia, July 2.
joiones per Makura. Jnly 19.
3an Francisco Por Sierra, July is,
Vancouver Por Marama, July 22.
Malls will depart for tho followlnR
joints as follows:
Sun Francisco Per Sierra, July 20.
Vancouver Per Makura, July 10.
YokohamaPer Manchuria, July 18.
Colbnles Per Marama, July 22.
IN FORFICS, IBon'-rt, '
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Thursday, July 14.
HILO-Sallcd July 12: 8. 8. Hllonlan.
Tor Son Francisco.
SAUNA CItiJZ Arrived July 13: s.
8. Mlssourlaii, from Hllo, June, 28.
NORFOLK-Balled July 14: S. S. Ho
mers, for Honolulu,
SEVENTY THItritY caliln nnd 0
jiteorngo passepgers aro diiQ to arrive
at the l0t fiom San Francisco nt an
?urly hour tomorrow morning by tho
uceapio uqcr Hicrra. Tho venscl ban
fiftcou hundred tons of rargo anil
merchandise for Honolulu, Tho Sierra
should bo utong bldo her wharf be
fore eight 0 clock,
FRESH northeast breeze nnd r.'aop
py seas have been met by tho r.ntBon
Navigation steamer Lur!luo"slnteH imp
ilcparture from Honolulu on la'jt Tues
day evening. A wireless received hero
last evening gives (ho 'vo-Jsol's posi
tion as 030 miles oft tho port, enrouto
to San Frunclsxo,