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tafriA jHtfftti, ,MitfTj t. , Mpat. tyy s, imp.
Oceanic Third Dcfrree.
Ilnwallnn First Degree.
Honnlulii TMrd Degree.
ill vltltlug memDeis ut tne
irtler are cordially lDlted to
cttend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
ut K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE EN6INEERS" other Ao
KENEFIGIALASSIATIOR. cation, cor-
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening al
7:30 in I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY. Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordlall)
t OAHU LODGE, No. 1. K, of P.
Meet, over) Ural antf tnlrdrlortho Island Empire before leaving
day svcnlng at 7:30 In K. of p. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. VUilllote
nrotbars cordially Invited to ttVnd7
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. It. H
EAWAUAN TRIBE, No. 1. 1. 0. R. M
Meeu every first and third Thurnt
days of each month at Knlghta of
Pythias ilall. Visiting brothers cof
dlallv Invited to attend.
i A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
" E. V. TODU, C. of R
HONOLULU AERIE 140. P 0. E.
Meets uu the 2nd uud 4th WED
NESDAY cenngs of each month at
7:30 oMock In K. of P. Mall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
W. It lULEY, . I
WM C McCOY, Sec
HONOLULU LODGE 616. B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. U.
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klnr
Btreet, near Fort, every Friday even
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordlall.v
Invited to attend
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, F H
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, See.
WM McKINLEY LODGE NO 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Tort and Deretanla VIstt
Ing brothels cordially Invited to
H A TAYLOR C C
E A JACOUSON K It S
nrcservatlvo and nermanent In
color. For shingles and rough 'wood
work. Numerous artistic and har
monious combinations of color.
M. E. Silva,
""UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEH
Prompt and Polite , Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Nlpht !1! flM
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ASSESSMENT NO. 12
T Honolulu Branch of the uafriioti
. Mutual Aiiociation I
f' dins been called and. Is DUE JUNE
t -. . nn. :.. a. ...... imv it
iu anu utiummiucn uu yHt K"
WE HAVE WITH US
, I .11 ..II ..I I
i . -n .
AT THE VOUNO.
Friday, July 15.
Mrs M. I) Morton, Seattle: 0 N.
Lowrcj. N, Y : Mri lowrey, New
York, Mr tuld "Mis 'WhVrr),' IJoi
Ang.; C II McDrlde, City' n. W.
Punls. Wm 1111-1 In. Mil) Purvis. Kh.
uali A. C. Coblin,-Phlla.: 0. A. Nil-
list, Kansas Cllyj Con. Mnsley. Kan
sas Clt, Dr , N. Vroom, Dcner;
MfB, nnd Miss Unrlschey, D liver; 12
Alexander,. 3 F : .1,. Iiatdwln, tf. F.;
Rosa Huntsman. S. r j 0 'll. Lelp
ert, Los Angles, II Coltz, St
Louis, I.I II Lap M Lenimon, .ne AnB .
J BoWclier Loa Angeles; MI n J
Salisbury, Applcton, Wis;, Miss Ora
A. Mapson. Sin Dlegi, Mrs. Coombs,
S. 8. Sierra
Friday, July, 15.
W 11 Thomas Wablawn; T J Mc
grath, S R, A II Fcrshburg. Ilerkr-
ley, Cil , (' W NeUon 8nn lYan
Cisco, Mrs It A Dow, Ocean Park
Co.! Jennie A I Hull San Ulcgo. Onl
(Contrnued from Paze 1)
warships for n cruise around the
world. They still first make n cruise
Yokosuka September 24 to cdmo to
this port, arrhlng off port In the
morning or October 12
After taking on coal nt this port,
during which time t,lie commanding
admiral and officers will bo the guests
of Consul General Uyeno and local
Japanese merchants, the two war
ships will leave October 10 for San
Pedro, hrrHIng there October 30,
They leae that port November 4, and
arrive at Magdalena Day November 7.
thenco to Sal I mi Crui, arriving Kovs
ember IB. Leaving that port Novem
ber 20, they will depart for Panama,
arriving there November 26. After
leaving that place December 3, they
will proceed to Acaptllco, Mexico,
where they nre expected to nrrhn De
cember 1Q. They will remain at that,
port uvo days, arter wnicn tney win
return to this port While here the)
will spend another week before re
turning to Yokosuka, the home port,
Consul General Uyeno has not been
officially Informed of, the coming uq
the two warships It Is generally
said, however, that other Japanese
warships will be heading this wuy In
tile near future .
Arrangements are now completed
for the visit bf Colonel Charles
Ml iet, who Is In charge of tlie.Salva
tlou Army work for the PaclQa
Coast Province, which Includes Ha
waii. the colonel arrived on the S. S.
lorra today and will leave In the,
ulng bn the steanter CUtldlne for
1 ailuhu, where ho will conduct ser
In the Arniy hall tind In the
liferent churches on the Island.
1 'loin there he proceeds to Honokaa,
. hen to llllo, Koloa nn'it Wajmea,
I holding' meetings In each place and
Inspecting (ho condition bf 'tho
Army Work bn thb different Islands
In Honolulu the colonel will con-
luct a rerlcs of meetings In conncc-
Ion with tho celebration of the flf-
eenth anniversary of the Salvation
nuy's advent on the Islands, com-
ine'nciiig du Satttrda), AtigUBt 6,
when a great reception Vlll be
given him In the Army hall on King
and Nuunnu streels,' n't which all
the officers from the various posts
on tho Islands will bo presont. '
On Sunday mori Ing, August 7,''bQ
will speak In the Methodist church,
In the 'afternoon he "will address the
chUdron of the Army Sunday
school!, and In the evening Will
preach in the Christian church.
Mondty he will hold three 'sessions
of 'bracers' cbunclls, and dn TUeSday,
evening wilt conduct a great puljllo
wedding ceremony of two prominent
Army 'officers In jhe Army hall.
TbV colonel Is "a 'riueiif sneaker,
and has Jiod a wide experience in
galvntlbn Army work In different
parts of the world. During his,
visit he will go minutely Into all
details jf the Army operations on
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MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Beit in the Market
HEN.tT HA.Y & 0 0.
"local and general I
If'fcofS. Wlthrfllt krulnpltliit ne.rU'.
hlhg Is tiest at The Encore. '
There -were fourteen cases on the
police court calendar this morning;
,...- nuutfluu jftcaiutru uu tut
J. TI. T-aVeoo'was 'married hist 'even
ing to Elizabeth A. White, the cere-
ffipnr .being heM at .the Kalufaril
For distilled water, Hire's noot
liefer and all other popiilardrJiiks
Rldg up phono 7i. ConsntMatcd Soda
the case Against Goo flh Hny
who"ls charged with gross choit, was
sent 'over till July 22 nl 'llio police
eburt this morning. '
Chu Fon and Tnl Knii, tun alleg
ed nellcrs bf opium, had Ihelf cases
sent oer till tomorrow mornlne nl
'the' police court today.
Wan Tew, a Chinese who was
charged with assault anil battery, had
his case strlckm from the calendar
this morning ns the witnesses ogilnst
him did not appear In colirt
Oaliti Lodge No 1, Knights of
P)thlns, wlllrn)ei loiilnjit at fetnn
o'clock In Pjfhlan Hull. Vomer Fort
nt.d lleretanli rtroeln. Work In flrct
and Ihjcd runks. Uefrcshments,
VIEWS" ON "PROHIBITION
By leaden of, thought and
action in Hawaii will be
' ' SATURDAY'SJBULLETIN
A flrd cVtlnRfilslier promptl) ilsdd
saved tho home of Tom Holllngcr
from destruction nfew days ago. Tlfo
moral to this Is to supply jotlr hauso
vwth n Dadgor flro oxllnwilsher and
be sure It Is safo.
John V. F. Stcffen. a German priest,
has made out his final papers for nat
uralization as an American citizen.
Me was born In Luxembourg. Ger
many, thlrt)-two years ago. Another
priest who appeared at tho ofllco of
Clerk Murphy of the Federal Court
this morning was Justin Van Schnyk
who made his first declaration.
The Russians must lesve Iwllel, Is
the verdict bf the railroad company
and the .Hoard of Health, but as to
Just how tb;y will be moved t(as
not yet been decided.
For Foveral months now n large
numbui of Russians bate been liv
ing nt Iwllel as squatters, and tho
railroad company has allowed them
to remain. On this account, force
enn not be used to evict them, uinl
perhaps Yccourso to thn law will Do
made to remove them from the laud
they have preempted nit home sites.
Had the company which owns the
land at, first refused to let them rb'
main, nil would have bten well, but
as they were allowed to stay without
any notice to letyvp, a question of
law Is raised In their remqtal.
Practl'ally all of the men who
havo homes at Iwllel nre now ut
work In the city and hae been iioid-
Ing Jobs for several weeks. On this
account, for one reason, the authori
ties believe they should get houses
of ttjelr owp by rent rathei than
longer occupy private lunu wnoui
the consent of the owners.
Some of the families have already
left to find homes. In other pnrs of
tho towp, and the railroad coniixuiy
Is going o try to Induce the others)
to leae within a short time.
JOE M'GURN COMES
Anolher pugilistic star 'arrlVVd In
Honolulu this morning by the Sierra,'
and hl' name la Joe McGurn; ho has
done sbme pood work In the rlrig on
tho mainland, and n couple of wceku
'ngo beat Andrew's1, wh'd fights at tho
MctJurn and Jack Corde1)! n'ro old
opponents and, "when lounger, used
to box In tlfb llghtw eight class. The
pair met tin soie'ral occasions and
jiavo had Bomo ier lmttleB
Things In tho boxing lino art) look
Ihg up and with 'Cdnloll, Cornyn, Jfc
Gufn 'ondNposslbly Doer Unholz and
DicU Cullcn hero In a fow days, there
should be p'teh'ty of good matches
seen in the local ring.
Twenty head offhorslu from tho'
to Honolulu 'this, morning by tho Tn
tor-Island steamer Wallcle,
The animals havo been purchased
k , , iiuti w ill. Kill iv i, 1'ii-v.va n "ihU4hvt
by" tno United States quartermaster .- A ..romlnent leader In tho Salva
ijhfparment and, will he used 'by the iIo 'Atwy' in jll0 porKra f ColoncI
F)fth Cavalry In tlfo senlco hero. gnarlJs Mllos nrrlVcd this morning by
Tho ncqulaltlon of theso animals Is tho 8crr!,. colonel Miles Is in charge,
a result of n vUlt of several promln- of ,no rarmy work ror (ll0 pacinc
?nt array pedplo who mado n careful coast' provinces Ho will mako n
Inspeetlon of the hnrsrs to bo found general inspection of tho situation
on various Hawaiian rahches. fthwuuhotit Iho Islands and will nlso
Tho horses are pronounced a fine conduct a series of meetings In Ho
ilp'tandlrig of animal, suitable fornblulu.
army service, ' I Qufto a number of tourists havo
tJity Transfer 'iCo.,'
JAS. H. LOVE.
Tho OConnlo Steamship CftmpMiv
has hecomn a er reluctant contrli
butor tnwnrds the landing of Itmslin
Itnmlgrnntn on the coast.
On each trln of' thA llnor Sierra
from Honolii'u to Ban I rantlsro from
two to, a half ilozVn HusslaPB hao
bten tincarthct within the ship's how.
Wry and when brought In forn Cap
tain Ilo'ifdlettb Ihey hnM- pleuled jkiV'
ert). A rlcld senrch of tholr hilnne
llilis'lids "aiwaVs resulted In tlm re
velation of most ever) thing but tho
nredfill L'rtsh with whfih tu paj tliclr
"Theitp Itusslan slowawajs aro bi
cominp nuisance of tin- first water,
decla'red one official on lionrd thn SI
errn this morning, "'llipro iippenra
to bo no law under wlihh tlu-y can
ho brosccuti'd. When wo nrle ut
San t-YnncUco there Is nothing lit Im
ddno hut to release tlieni llmv .(ro
then ready to accept the firit Job
offered by tlfo vmplojnu'nt agencies
n'nd they praitlc-fll) laud In tho Unit
ed States without having paid out n
single dollar" towards thUr pisdjg'o
from thb flmo of tholr departure from
To add Insult lo Injury, tho Oceania
Steamship Com piny Is obliged In
each rasp, to dig down Into the "Sprcci
kela' barrel'' and produce four dollars
M n poll tax-' fro. If this sum Is dot
forthcoming n heartless Immigration
officer will refuse them landing at San
Francisco and It would then bo up
to tho stcamshln compsn) lo rctiirn
tho dead hoiii passenger to the port
or embarkation and thai wmM en
tnll an additional expense of bringing
tho Rii8lnn back to Honolulu
It ban proved n dlfllcult tusk In
round up the 8towawns on the Ocea
nic boat beforo leaving Honolulu.
While some nro found, a number al
ways succeed In secreting thomselvos
until tho vcsecl Is far and awa from
the barren slopes of Diamond Head
About tho second or third day at sen
the Russians will eomo nut from their
hiding place, make a noise llku n ra
enous appellto In search of satisfac
tion and throw themselves upon tho
mercy of tho offlfcs.
There Is nothing left for Ciptaln
Houdlcttc and his 'staff of otDcers In
do but to'put the stnwawnjs lo wilrk
and on Niiftlclcnt diet to keep them
nllvo and then draw upon tho bte.un
ship ofllco for Up hesil tux in order
that tho ship may bo rid of IIh uu
Tho Slorra arrhed off Dlamonl
Head with tho usiml promptness and
was'nlong sldo tho Ocoanlc wharf be
foro tight o'clock thlavmornlng
"Wo had n flno trip down from tho
roast," stated Purser "Tom" Smith
Tho vossol brought 7.'! cnbln, and
eight ofecrngo lusscngers Tho
rrclgbt list tallies about 1M1 tons.
In this cou'slimment there nro five
aiitomolilloH, threo'fnr E. O, Hall and
Sons nnd two for tho on Ilntnm
A mainland mall of I ill sicks m
rived by tho liner.
Tho Sierra came down from San
Francisco In five days, eighteen hours
and forty-four minutes.
Mrs. W. T. Lucas, wlfo of tho latfc
w, i. i.ucas, rciurueil,!))" tno merra
irom a visit to tno mainland
After n visit to tho Yosemltn, MVB,
M. F. Prosrer, wlfo of Attornoy Pros,
ser, returned lo Honolulu as a paB'
itnstr In tho Sierra ,
Ralph L)on and Mrs. Lyon nro
back from a lslt to tho coast, Whllo
away Mr. Ljou nftinilcil Iho Jnblleo
celebration at tbo University of Cali
Mile. A. Dreyfus Intends to spend
some tlmo in the Islands. On tbo
oge down from San t'rancUcor
aiic. ureyius gaio a numiicr or read;
Ingk beforo an appreciate o uudlencc
Lesllo Houdetlo, Is tho son of Cap
tain !!buillett,o, roaster of tho Sierra.
Ho Is hero toVpcnd tho jiiimmor holi
days Ho Is connected with tho Ban
Francisco Really Company,
"I have come back to stay," was
tho rcsnonso from Claudius II, Mc
Drlde, tho former prlvato secrctan
en.i envov pxtraonllnary to Governor
Walter r. Frear, an lie Impatiently
trod tho lower deck bf tho Uhcr SI
crru as that vessel ucarsd tho Oceanic
Wharf this monjlng. Clahdlus appears
none, tho worse for his extended reap
denco on tho coast during which ho
acted In tho capacity of clerk al n
San Francisco hotel. McDrdo do-
nlni-Ail li I a ttt nttni rt until ilntili vitltli
,10 8ands, "Mo'nolulu looks good to
mo." wasr tho tuning rejoinder ns
ClaudluB steppcil Into a big red mitd'
mier k)iiik uiri'cuon ior ine uihikisi
,. r ii i,r.ii.t r i. ,..,
The recently n .nolnlrt shpcnlslng
principals who will havo ilnrgo of
tin. relinol work In n. n.rMnrt iiA-.
"t l . t:
ing the next year will how m.et nK V' '0T6 ,f 1 ni m"'
tho latler part of .his minth " Colehowei ri'(w &,? if
final arrangements and melhods f 'or ,'c'oou rli, xu C"lmai1' M:.K
doing -tho work will b, d.vldo u,sin.1 uh ' ?"" '' ''" Sara C' f8'
Ihernh. four tiip-rtiriW outside 'f':. X,' wV" rf"?; H'M-J,a'
of Onhn, on 'this inland the 'mfporfl I ,' Itl",;I ' Crtt"; ''v't ?,
slon will h done b, SUper.ntendenl I & ": r,'' "t .T .'.JS.l "!'
Pope nsflstPd by Principal Wooj o'f
the NOi-mnl sl'hoOl -'
It Is planned that Iho NilpervlMng
lilnclpnls shall spend the greater
pilrt of their tlmo In the field Idling
thd Schools In tin Ir JurlUlletfon 'and
Iteoplng cldsn lib on tho viirl""whloh
Is being done In each school and In
porsonnl touch with bath teichen
nnd pupils '
Applications nro coming in from
Iho mainland on each mall for posi
tions ns 'teachers la tho Territorial
schools, two uppllcants having ap
peared nt tho offlcj of thp superin
tendent In poison recently.
Miss Lillian Haas comes from Phi
ladelphia, vrlioro shb holds n life cen
tlflcolo'lli tho'tsdmohi of that ellyj
Sho Is u Mlnnepol.i woman, havlnq
nttcnilcd the: public schools of thi
state and Ihn Statu University
and .., Sta.o University jffi' CV .te
ss Evn la trncitlipr comos frdnt ,. -i.,, ' i ,, ' ,.,- Xtr'i '
Francisco where rho hi, taught JjJfJ - Vmom
several ears In the graded ( . i ,
sis- ' ' , WATERFRONT NOTES J
hcrlntendent Popo Is busy on his - '. .:. . i
Snn Francisco whero rh" his taught!
for several cars In the gradeil
Superintendent Popo Is busy on his)
Annual report to Governor Froar
which will bo submitted soon nffei
tho arrival of tho thief oxecuttvd
homo next week Tho report will tell
In detail of thd work ucompllshed'
by the department during the past
year and will outllno thn phns foi
new work duilng the coming jear.
Manna's Republican precinct club
will hnve n fv) llvelj time of It
this e-vei ing ns the tesiilt of n tau
test over the election of secietarj.
The candidal! a are I' lluffnndeati
of the Couut Clerk's nlucf1, and Al
fred Cooper, tho broker. There was
n grtnt siurriiig for otes today,
and li good turn-out is certain, lluf
fandenu Is an' old political worker
nnd has alwiijs won out thus far.
It Is understood that he Is the can-
dldato of L. A. Ai.drews, tho pres
ent party boss, although some peoplo
think be Is allied with Citlirart. It
is thought, however, that Iluffail.
dean could hardly be n Chtjicart
man while doing busings for I.oijrlii
Androws. ' '
Alfred Cooper goes into the con
test ns the candidate of tho free,
thinkers ami opponents of Iiob
rule. Hlo friends are not necessir
II) opponents of Cntheart. lliifTnn.
dcau Is ulwajs In politics to JteVp
up the Intorest of the voters. '
'Tills Is about thp only contest In
tho Fourth District Tho Fifth, ns
usual, has a few-. In tho 1'loveiftif
Preclmt Sam Dnlght, Frank Fer
nandez aud Pat Sllvu nio Hie con
testing candidates for prcsldeht,
treicurer aril socrelary, respective
ly, against llama, Sum SpnWer and
UenJ. Katie There doesn't nlipe.tr
to be any wrJoiiH fai tloual dlvlstn'i)
M.ilieloni has a ion test lit his
product against the forces led by
Holona, who Is a labor repretouta
tlve. In what Is Known as Charley
C'lark'B prcdnrt (hero Is n contest
between 'Willie Ciawford null Chang
Chau for tecrclarj Clark Is ut? In
OtherWIho tho tmu.y'loii ntipears
vory sereno, as tho great majority of
th'o Ju'oSlncts nmulnhted one ticket
nnd tho uecretnrj has nothing 'tn do
put rend In thn return
"THERM IS ROOM for flft7"Ias
songers In tho first, second and third
dabs of tho Canadian-Australian
jlner Mnkura, according to cable 'ad
vices received at tho local agunoyi
inn Miixura Is due lo arrive at Ho
nolulu cm nett Tuesday. The cs-
sel will brlug hut a small cargo of
Australian products for Honolulu,
and will l(o given n prompt dispatch;
"JIMMIE" ITtlEL, formerly with
tlio(Mauna Loa as purser, has taken
up ,Jils 'new duties ns chief clerk tit
the Mautia Lea wharf once, , '
A FAIR SIKE1) general cargo will
leavo for Hawaii and Maul ports by
the steamer Claudlne this eienlni- ,
K!tni! u'n a h u :: u t: n t:
Ofrlycul by tho vessel and sovcral
havo signified their Intention of tak
ing in tho volcano.
,-i ADDITIONAL SrflPp'lNiVON PCaE EIQHT.k
" Friday, )ly 15.' f'
Jr, .Caj rrancltco Sierra, O 0. B, 8
a. m. - ''
1'er O S H. Sierra from Hah Fran-
,-. i , r,
,clsco, Jul in K. R. Alexander, Mss
iUty John K nlmnnii 'ViiiH
.' Jon" K- Uonn,D.. 'Mrs.'IWnhell.
,1.' ."' '.'. Var.m. ." IM.H.Pl,!n
"," "Tl . '...''. ".'" MlM U nl"'
(Mrs. Jennie A High. Mrs. M. R.IIor.
ton, Leslie Houdletto, Mlrit R,. Hunts
man, suss Marj K. Kllllan,' II. TJ,
King, miss L. -M. Lc-mrhon ,'A. Y,
i.rii-ii, i-. ri i irpert. (leorro Nelson
LnwiP). Mrs Lowroy. Miss Fannin
Luhrman, Mis. Lee, Mrs. W, T. Lu
cas, It As Ljon, Mrs.'i.yon. OjfM
Mcnrlrio.a T J. SlcOr'aih. Mrs. M. ll
McNeill. Jlfss 'O. V. Mnpson, rHftrry
May, Col. C, Miles. Con. Morloy. C.
P. Nclllsl, C. W. Nelson, llitiu. I'or
ter. Mrs. Nelllo I. Poller, Mr. M. V
rrosser, it. w. T. Purvis. Mrs. Pur
ls.JMlss'U 'Purvis, Miss I. ileatrlee
Pillzman; Mrs. T. J. Qldnn."Mlss Mil'
dro(l')ulnn,'MlsR Ruth Qnlnh, .1. p
rtcMl, Mrs.1 Itee'd.' A. 'Rttddlo. MISs'Mn
hel Biillor' Mlas Dectina J.' Salisbury.
Mrs". 'ChiheWno parallel, 'Mlra Claro
a .Nt,w ai.uiiu. oi .steam pipe
wao fitted into the United States
army transport Sherman )esterday
afternoon, and thai vessel was pert
nfltted to sail for the Philippines by.
1 . .,..,. n..m.n.. . .
the vny of (limln Miortly nfter C
o'cldek. It looked for a time., As ll
tho troopship had met with 'fresh
pltlkln, for she had Just left the
wharf at d turned towards the en
trance of the channel when, to nil
appearances, tno steering gear be
came Jammed, Signals went tit
from thn transput, rtn.il the Matsdn
tug Intrepid rushed to the rescue
The essel hovered dangerously Uertt
the marine railway ni.d thn boat
houses, but sho finally steamed out
tho harbor and tp sea. It Is expect;
ed that the vessel will nrrhe a
Manila on her regular schedule, not?
withstanding the delay at Monolith
caused !) iKhroken steim main
WlRKLI.'SS Mi:sSA(li:S fromvar,
tents nneis received l.ibt night In
elude tho following:
S. S. Manchuria, at Sea, Jlij;
9 p. m Moderate NK. winds; 1100
miles from Honolulu: General Man
ager" Schwerln on board,
8. S. Kntcrprlse. at Sea, July 'lY;
9 p. in - 93J miles from Ban I'ran--cIsco;
moderate r.en; arrive llllo
S S. Lurllne, nt Sea, July 14; S
P, ill. Cuo miles from Honolulu;
chopp so j.
8. S. China, at Sou, July I'-l, 9 pi
in. Uit 2fI::S8! long., 117:20; 707
tillles out or Honolulu; nil Well. 1
WEDNMSDAY will bo "get-away
day" for two San Franclsco-bound
liners. Kvery fourth trip of tHe
MhtBOn Navigation steamer Wllhet
lulha brings' hei date of departure
al tho same tllnb ns that set by the
Oceanic' s'tc'nnishlp Company for the
Sierra. Thb ' two steamers Wave
from' thdlircspectfve Whnrves nt lb
o'clock. Morr Rcrgcr has promise'd
tri divide tho illatrlhiitlbn of melod
In n manner that will 'prove satis
factory tb patrons 'of either liner,
As the Slerrn travels bn a trifle (fast
er schedule than tho Mat'sou boitl,f
that sterfnlcr will (irobalil) be plven
IN ORDMR to connect with the
malnlai.d mall alid shipment of ext
dress mhtler1. the 'inter-Island steanil
of U" G, Mall was held over In sallj
Ing for KuunI ports. The steamei
will depart 'for the Garden Island at
S o'clock this afternoon. The Ilall
lh' duof lo returp to Honolulu oil
' ' aa
A SMALIj dMNMItAL cargo ar
rived at the port hy the steamer Nl
limn from Kauai portB. The essel
returned this morning, and Is to.
leave this afternoon on a tieclaL
t(l IU .MV l.uiliuu IBIU1IU.
FRANK C. POOR of tho Inter,
Island fcteimahlp whnf ofllco forces
has been granted a two weeks' va-c
cation, Upon his return to duty.
Mr. 'Poor will go Into tho main of
flee. ' ;
TUB INTER-ISLAND steamer Nl
Ihatl hi been fifaced on tho berth
to Vail for Nllhau at ,1 o'clock this,
afternoon The vessel wlll"tako oi
n derkload of bay 'L Rolilnsou sheep,
TllB STEAMER Helono whs ro.
ported discharging freight nt Papa-,
loa at the time dt departure of (he
Iuter-Islanll steamer ' Wallefe for
f.! .1- f S K I .
tlrtr iilrttf rnfeiiiiiiTr -til -?fih "h kaffi$m,iifit
Friday Jd(y 15.
Kom ana"Kf(ti.pbrts Matmi Loa
slmr, nootf.""1' - f
:- -. ' . ' 1-
1 Pef fittnr. ,Mauna Loa, for Koha
and Kiu port?, Jiily ifi. W. 'Craw
foVif, Sll-a, flrarn "Sioehead Miss L.
Hosmer. A.rM. lirlnier. Mrs..S., n.
Iceh.' Miss ilassey. Miss Wallace,
MM.' R. Wallace, Mrs. V. Hoojp.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Knttal
ports, July 1 1. W. Gehrlng, li. n.
Itohe, Mrs. II. II. Rnhe.
Per stmr. Clattdln,"rfor Hawaii
and Mnul ports, July in, Mrs. J. F.
Colburn, Mlsn L. Cockburn, Miss M.
Colh'urn, Miss P. Colburn,' W. 7.leg
ler. 'lVr RUiir. Klnalt' frtf Knual ports,
July 19. R. W. F. Pnls. Mm. J.
PrldhiV, Jury 15.
flAN FnANCISCO-Palled July Ifi: S.
. Novaiian, ror Honolulu.
TORT TOWNHENI) Arrived July 14:
HcbN Hclene, henco Juno 27.
BIIATTLR Sailed July 14: 8. S.
Arljomn, (for Honolulu.
OHITHU July' lfi: S. S. MotiRolla.
stranded, expect to float her In 3
dayi. ' '
MIGHT THOUSAND seven hun
dred neks sugar nnd 20 head hort.es
arrived nt the port llilsnornlng by
the RJ earner Wallele. Thls'essel
comes from Hawaii ports.
PURSER SI.MS of the steamer No
eau, arriving from Kauai pQrts, re'
ports tho 'following carc6: 1722
Fids' feugar, 2C9 sacks' rice nnd a
quantity of sundries.
' "' TjjEF CApp
A'ngimorl, a TViia'riestt.,hi&y''he 'con
sidered about the Coblest horso thief
who ever got away with the goods
In tho Islands. I In Is a pineapple
planter nnd reeling that ho "needed n
couple of horses, and that ho v could
not afford to bu thpm, proceeded td
annex lo animals from a rbuplo of
other planters nnd ptit them to use
ori his oWn plare;
'It w'or ;at Iho beglonlng of .Time
that the horsc-it, were missed rrom
Wulufanalo' ottd Information roc-iml.
Ing tlient was sent nil ocr Iho 1st-
mill. i iiiuii.v oupiiiy nnenn uox
heard that two horses answering tho
descriptions of tbo missing animals
Wferb being worked by Nagaraorl nt
Imestlgatlon proved that tho homes
wcro tbo stolen ones, nnd the iico
sot Inlay mid arretted Nagatliocl. This
morning at the local pollen court' ho
waived examination and wai commit
ted fur trial to tho Circuit Court,
mt U '
Captain Falls, U. 8. flfcpot quarter
master, Is In rcc't'lift of a conplo of
litrgo gun dafrlagcs. They fcame In
on -tho Wllhclmlna, and tiro reported
to ie 'for usd at Fort Ruger.
Property listed' with Pomerpy &.
Pomcrdy, Sulfe '38, Yburig, build
ing, will bring you quick results.
. WANTED 10 RENT-
Aiixono Jmvlng roltngos lo rent,
ol(irer rurlilshed or unftirntshed.
will do' well to Bee Pumefoy.
ollng bultdrug. ' "fC7'l.-ir
Elghteen-footor Knockabout, fin keel;
'sMIls cdmpleto "II. ir, C.". this
Wince. V -t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory or Hawaii.
U fhanibers. vn Probate. 'No.
428.1. m tho matter of the 'l&cnto
of Robert fl. hioi, Into of Mono
lulu, Oahu. deceased testate. A doc
ument purporting to be tho last Will
and Testament" 6r Itober'. M. Hi 1 1,
er, de cased, having, on the ISlh
da of July, a. D.'giO, lieen pre.
aenteel to said -Probate Court, nml u.
hietlllon for vhate thereof, praying
ior iuc iBsriauco of Letters Testn
meutary to 'lllsliop Tri8t Company.
LlnilUd, hnvlpg 110911 tiled by said
tntiit company i It. is Ordercjd, that
Wednesday, the 17th day of AugUBt,
A. D. 1910, at ten o'clock, a. m. of
said day, at the courtroom of said
Court In the.Jifdlclary llulldng, In
tho City jnud County of ifonolulu,
bo and the saraq Is hereby uppolnted
thn tlnje, and place fpr proyjug- said
VIII, and hearing snd appllc-atlon.
uaicu nt Honolulu, T. II., July 13,
J 9 10. Ry order pf tbo Court: J. A.
THOMPSON', Clerk-, Circuit Court,
First Circuit, Smith, Warren &
Romenway, attorneys ror petitioner.
U7i-July 1C, -22, 29; A"8. p.