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Oceanic Third Degree.
Hawaiian First Ucgrcc.
llnnntnlu Tlilnl liegrie.
All visiting members ot toe
Order tiro cordially Invited to
attend meeting of loent lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M
fllnmr riinlnrrpM iUCIUDCri 01
MAnine rnomttny 0ther Aso
HARMONY IODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets' every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. O. 1'. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOV, Noblo arnnd.
All visiting brothors very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meots every first and thlrd-Frl-day
ovenlng at 7:30 In K. ot I'. Hall,
torner Fort and Dorctnuln. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
VM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. R. S,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
. Meeti every first oud third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias itall. Visiting brothers cor
. dlally Imlted to attend.
. A. L. EAKIN, Sachem. I
: E. V. TO0U. C. of 11.
- HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
". .Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
i f.MESUAY evenlnca nf each month at
KfeVi o'docU In K. of P. Hall, cornacf
' ieretnnla nua Fort stroots.
f Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-"
rt H RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
F, HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E.
t. iinnoiuiu Lauge iso. oio, n. r. u.
g Elks, nlcots In their hall, on King
? 'Street, near Fort, overy Friday even-
y Ing. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
. Invited tn attend.
i-"U JA8. D. DOUQIIERTY. E. It,
GEO. T. KLUEGKL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
ft K. OF P.
ft 4 Meets every 2nd and 4 th Baturdav
evening ai f..iu o ciock in tv. oi j
Hall, cor. FJrt and lleretnnla. Visit'
Ing brothel h cordially Invited to at
tend. Jr. H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
" E. A. JACODSON, K. It. S.
prcsorvntlvo anil permanent In
i'. color. For shliigtcs and rough wood
Rework. Numerous artistic and hnr
?inTonloU3 combinations of color.
viewers & Cooke, Ltd.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMDAIMER
Prompt and Tolile Attention
CHAPLAIN I ' HE. OPPOSITE
Jhone 170 Nfeht (Jail WM
.ASSESSMENT HO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the llnrriion
h& been called and Is DL'n JUNR
J5 and DELINQUENT on JULY 10.
I HiNU'Acrjptns '
1 1 9ANPHANCI3CO.
WE HAVE WITH US
r ' ' U
AT THE YOUNb.
Friday, July IS.
Mrs M II. Itortun, Seattle; 0. N.
I.owrcy, N. Y ; Mrs. Lowiey, New
York; Mr. and Mrs Wherry, ljot
Ang.; C. II. Mcllrldo. City; n. W.
Purvis, Win. Pun Is, Miss Purvis, Ka
uai; A. C. Coburn, Phlla ; C. A. Nil
list, Kansas Cltj : Con. Moslcy, Kan
sas City; Dr. J. N Vroom, Denver;
Mrs. and Miss Hertschoy. Denver; E.
Alexander. S. F.: I.. Ilaldwln. 8. F.;
Rosa HimtHin.in, S. P.; C. II. Lclp-
ert. I.os Angeles; II. Covltz, St.
Louis. Lillian M Lcminuii, Los Ang.;
.1 llmvrhvr, Los Angeles; Miss D, J.
Salisbury. Apploton, Wis;; Miss Ora
A Mnpson, Hon Diego; Mrs. Coombs,
S H. Sierra.
Friday, July 15.
W. II, Thomas, Wahtnwn: T. J. Me
grath. H. F . A. II. Frrihbiirg, tlerke.
ley, Cal ; C. W. Kelson, San Fran
cisco; Mrs It. A Dow, Ocean Park,
Ca,; .Jennie A. High, San Diego. Cal.
FcJIx llrugliolll, the homo ownei
or ltllo. claims (lint ho was robbed
of Iho trotting race at Kahulul on
llio Fourth of July. Ho says that
the -race, wns for named horses and
lluil'-Matil. who eventually won, was
hoi. entered properly for tho event
J. KIrkland was seen this morn
ing and ho stated that the race was
Originally for horses named, but that
when Mr. Orlss of Walluku found
that Maul was able to trot, he had
consulted the racing authorities
about entering his horso for tho
stakes. Tho Maul racing people de
clined to allow Maul to tako part
In the raco unless all tho owners
ot tile other horses consented.
KIrkland states that tho other
owners were consulted and that they
consented. 'Maul was therefore al
lowed to start In the race.
Acting Governor Mott-Sinlth has ev
erything .ready for tho homecoming of
Governor Frear on Monday, business
all cleared up and ctcn n corn broom
on tho desk.
This broom Is a come back on tho
Governor for his letter nbout Yale
beating" llnrvnrd at baseball. It has a
large bow ot crimson ribbon at tho
top and nt tho bottom n wco bit of fad
yd blue baby ribbon.
- There Is n placard on tho broom
which reads: "Harvard Acting Gov
crnor to Yule Governor. I. Ono game
Ynle-Ilarvard scries baseball. 2. Tho
dual meet. 3, Clean sweep boat racos.
I, Etc., etc."
"Tho General's Dilemma," ono of
tho best musical farco comedies pre
scntcd so far by the members of tho
Casino Muslcnl Comedy Company at
tho Now Orphoum ,wlll havo Its last
performance, tonight. The musical
numbers by MI3S Rockwell, Olga
Stcck, Miss Schuyler, Miss Canflcld
nml others will bo repeated tonight,
Miss ConMcld adding to her program
ono number by special request "Got
Mo a Daby" Is Stago Director Dlalr s
offering for next Monday night. It Is
a farco comedy ot laughabla lines and
situations and has created n furore
wherever it has been, seen and heard.
Alt of tho musical Interpolations arc
said to bo now and up-UxJale.
Of courao you know, just what you
would do In another inan'H place, but
why don't you do tho right thing In
your own place? Chicago Nows,
The best way to understand womqn
Is not to try.
Cornell la not a virtue, yet IMs well
to havo u IJttlo of It In your make-up.
Subscribe for the CALL, CHRONI
CLE cr EXAMINER, and get the
rews of the world,
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P. II. BURNETTE
Com'r, of Deeds for California n.i
Hva York; NOTARY PUBLIC i
flrant Marriage Licenses! Draws
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District Courts. 79 MERCHANT BT
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New tailored waists at Whitney &
When jou call for soda make It
Plncclnr from tho Arctic.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Dest at The Encore.
It )ou can't sec that Rainier la
the best beer brewed, your taste Is
wrong. Try again.
For distilled water, Hire's Hoot
Deer and all other popular drinks.
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Special writing paper value at Ar-
lclgh & Co.'s, Hotel atrecl. Fine qual
ity boxed paper and envelopes, 25c
Mary Rawlins has sued for di
vorce from her husband Manuel, to
whom she was married In 1893.
Cruelty Is the charge.
Joseph S. Ferry has been npolnt
ed district magistrate at Puna by As
sociate Justltio Perry, tho appoint
ment being mado today.
Action for quieting title to property
has been brought by Joao Uorges
against Jaclntha Hote'ho ct als, tho
complaint being tiled today.
Troy Laundry Machinery Company
has asked that a date be set for the
hearing of Its case against Sanitary
Steam laundry of Honolulu.
You won't b happy until you get
a care of Jersey Cream from Hawaii
an Soda Works,. phono. MO-..The-inost
dellghttul bovcrago on tho market.
In the case of Ilattlc K. Vlvl
chaves against Y. Akarta, appealed
to the Supremo Court, the hill of ex
ceptions has been allowed and the
case has been placed on the calendar.
"Dlttcrmead" Is one ot the many
popular beverages made by Rycrott's
Fountain Soda Works. All tho stand
ard flavors In soda water, etc. Also
distilled water In bottles. Phone 270.
Herman Focko at ancillary admin
istrator has filed -a report on the cs
tato or Lllllc L. Illrd, stating that
thcro Is Homo real estate, value not
given, and personal property In cash
amounting to (170.
Monday, July 18th, will bo the last
day ot tho big sale at tho Sachs Dry
Goods Co. and on this day a feature
will bs mado of trimmed hats. Ho
sure to bo at tho store early for tho
last day ot tho salo.
Wong I.co who was up for con
tempt hoforo Judge Robliuou several
days ago for not paying alimony and
costs In a divorce suit decided' against
him, appeared today as told and mads
his first payment to the court,
Flvo weeks more ot work will com
plete tho Honolll brldgo ot the Hlto
Railroad Company, according to Mr.
Peers, who has chargo of tho work.
This means that It will only be a
short time before Papalkou will he
placed on tho map through a dally
Libel for divorce was filed today
by Wallace Jackson against his wifo
Emma tho charge being adultery' with
Ilrcwcr with vthoni sho was bound
over to tho Federal court undcrtho
samo chargo by Commissioner Judd
yesterday. Emma has (lied her an
swer to tho llbol denying the charge
and tolling Wallace to provo It.
DANG Pfll HAS
Dang Pol has been deprived of his
power as cooxecutor In the estato of
hla father Dang Young by tho court
upon petition ot Chlng Shal and tho
latter appointed bolo executor of tho
Tho young man had been spending
tho estato and refused to mako an
accounting to the other executor, ac
cording to tho charges filed by him,
drawing money from tho bank and
depositing It In his own namo be
ing ono of tho charges.
In addition to dismissing Dang Pol,
tho court enjoined Dlshop and Com
pany, First National Dank and First
First American SaVngs and Trust
Company from paying htm any mo
ney on deposit by him In his name or
that of his father.
HENRY WATERHOUSETRUST CO., LTD.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1010.
Cash on baud and in
Bonds ,....'... 3,-Ono.OO
Real cbtate 27,415. 2t
Stocks and other Invest
Mortgages secured by
real estate t... 24,30700
Loans, demand and time 267,666.0!)
Furniture and fixtures.. 4,000.00
Accrued Interest receiv
Other assets 239.79
Territory ot Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu)
I. A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of thi Henry Waterhous Trust Co.,
Ltd., do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the beet of
my knowledge and belief. A. N. CAMPDBLL.
HuhACilhl'd nnd hwom to before mo this 1 nt dny of July, 1910.
N'ntnry PublU, First Judicial Circuit.
4666 July 9, 8, 23, 30; Aug. 6, 13.
City Transfer Co.,
JA9. H. L0YE.
(Continued from Page 1)
for temporary alimony In tho sum of
thirty dollars a month until the case
On the stand this morning she
told her story freely until Rawlins
nskcrt her about the whole use that
a dollar a day was to be put, and
then fire flashed from her eyes as she
told Rawlins "none ot his business.'
The father Is a teacher and testi
fied that he earned from twcnty-flvo
to thirty dollars a month nml that
to support his entire family of seven
cV'djx und his wlfo took from
sixty to veventy dollars monthly.
This was a problem In finance that
mado the :ourt wrinkle Its brows In
That wa.i In the same class as tho
testimony of "Leong himself on fho
stand. Ills wife had said he mado
seventy-five dollars a month, and ho
looked It In a swell-fitting brown
suit. This wns denied emphatically
by him, and he said that his earn
ings were uul thirty dollars. How
ever, It Was brought out that he had
loaned his father-in-law mnro than
two hundred dollars and that ho hnd
furnished a house In good shapo at
the time ot his marriage, Hero wns
another financial problem.
Andrews and Rawlins had lively
spats during tho examination of wit
nesses, whl:h enlivened an othorwlso
dull day In court for spectators and
Judge Robinson, In handing down
decision, gave, alimony In the sum
of twelve dollars monthly, attorney's
fees amounting to fifty dollars and
costs of thirteen --dollars, which the
husband must hay..
(Continued from Page 1)
they may be looked upon ns guiding
stars In their llttlo communities.
Thos, Hnae, principal ot Hookcna
school In Kona, mado ono ot tho
best speeches of tho evening. Ho
told his friends that most of tho
schools In Kona Aero under tho con
trol of tho Kamchnmeha graduates.
As a member nf tho class ot '01, ho
commented favorably of Wm. M. Ko-
olanul, his class mate, for having be
come tho first sheriff of tho Island
ot Hawaii, slnco tho County govern
ment. This, he concluded was an hon
or to tho school, Sam Toomney, prin
cipal of Alao school In Kona, popu
larlicd himself by making a humor
ous siecch which called forth pro
Hoforo Iho program wm concluded
chairman Spencer appointed Dan Pa.
hu for Oahu, Thos. Haao for Hawaii
and Kaal for Maul nnd Molokal, as
executive conimltleo to prepare and
arrange for tho fitting observance of
notx year's summer gathering hero In
After the singing by Haao's quar
tet, tho boys enjoyed themselves
playing pedro while refreshments
wcro served by Supervisor Wm. Ahla
chief waller and his assistants. Tho
winners of tho pedro contests wcro
Robert Pahau, who received the first
prlio nnd John II, Wlso who won tho
second prlxo. Tho first prlro was a
pair of gold cuff buttons.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-flM
tb'' paid-Yn.. " Tioo.ioo.'M"
liability . ... 100,000
Undivided profits 78,677.41
Trust and agency ac-
. counts ,.,. 300,548,40
Other liabilities 396.01
KAM STUDENTS h
fiv. m. .
KEHEI AND HIS
(Continued from Pace 1)
It Is ut par with Mi. Thurston's
usual rule or ruin policy, only In
this Instnncc, fortunately, tho voters
are here to check him In his ne
I have read his brief carefully, hut
I can not say that I have found a
single nrgument which could lead
any Intelligent man to voto 'for a
"dry" Territory, even his badly
drawn cartoons being not convinc
ing. In ono of his first articles ho
was worried over the poor soldiers
In Honolulu, who, ho feared, would
go to the dogs It they had necesa to
a glass rt beer. Now he has trans
ferred hla anxiety from the soldiers
to the poor sailors who como Into
Honolulu harbor. For their sake
poor Scandinavians, Germans, Rus.
slans nnd Finns we must nil cease
to enjoy our beer und whiskey, and
the liquor stores must close for tho
protection of tho jolly tars when
Peculiar, Isn't It, that tho coun
tries from which these sailors hall
don't go In (or prohibition for the
welfare ot their sons, In whom the
noblq promoter of Klhel Just now
feels so oicrwhclmlngly Interested?
That there aro people who drink
too much for their own good, is un
questioned, Just as there are people
who eat too much and smoke too
much, hut that Is hardly any reason
why tho butcher shops, groceries and
tobacco stores should be closed u-
If the people of this Territory de-
slro prohibition or any chango In
our liquor laws, Ihcy can and will
obtain their wish through the regu
lar channels ot legislation. Tho
plebiscite Is not heccMsary and the
result will only prove that tho vot
ers aro contont with present condi
tions; that they rcsont Interference
bo outsiders, whethet hero or In
Washington, and that Thurston &
Co. nro entitled to tho Juicy lemon
which will be handed them on the
2Gth of this month.
Thanking you for your space, Mr.
Kdltor, I nm,
, PHILIP MARGAUX.
llonokaa, Hawaii, July 14, 1910,
WIRELESS REPORTS received at
Kahuku station last night Include
messages from tho following steam
ers: P. M. S. S. Manchuria, at Sea,
July 15, 8 p. m. 1220 miles from San
Francisco; light northeast winds;
smooth sea. M. N. 8. S, Lurllpo, at
Sea. 900 miles from Honolulu; light
northeast wlndn; smooth sea. M. N
S. S. Enterpriser, at Sen. 617 mllos
from Hllo: moderate oast breeze. M.
N, S. S. Hllonlan, at Sea. 742 mllos
from Hllo; tight northeast winds;
H1I.O 8HIPP1N0 reported by Pur
ser Phlllpps ot tho steamer Mauna
Kea Included the Mat boh Navigation
steamer Wllhelmlna taking on sugar,
tho bark Albert discharging lumber
and tbo William II. Marston taking
on sui?ar for San 1-ranclsco
THE NEWS that the Pacific Mall
steamship Mongolia had been refloat
ed after having gono aground at Oktt-
su has been received hero with much
THE INTEIVISLAND steamer No
eau has been placed on tho borth to
sail for Kauai parts on Monday ovon
Ing ut flvo o'clock.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday, July 16.
YOKOHAMA Arrived July 16: 8. H.
Hlbcrla, hence July 6.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 16:
" BcM. Muriel, from Honolpu June 21
VICTORIA Sailed July IB: 8. S. Ma-
rama, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 16:
8, 8. Asia, lienco July 9.
OKITHU July ICi -8. B. Mongolia,
6.' INA CRUZ-Sallod July 14: S. S.
Mexican, for San Dlcgo.
SAN FRANCISCO Balled July 16:
Bihr. Transit, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 16:
Dktno Coronsdo, hence June 26.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlvod July 16:
Schr, Jas, Itolplr, 'from liana June
Will of the late Robert Fuller was
filed yesterday afternoon, leaving alt
property to his wlfo and children.
No real estate Is given, but personal
estate In the sum nf $482.47 .la men
tioned In the petllloii-tor probate of
the vlll. Trent Tiuit Company In
named M executor nnd August 17
has been sot for tho hearing,
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT.
., . 1
ARRIVED " , DEPARTED
Saturday, July It,
Hllo W way ports Manna Kea,
stmr., a. m.
I PABSENQER8 ARRIVED
Per stmr. Maunn Kca, from ltllo
via way ports, July 16. Nakasawn,
A. Horner, Miss F. Rlckard, Father
Patrick, D. A. Wight. Mrs. II. R. Pry
ant, J. O. Carter, Misses Hall (2),
J. A, Perclda, Father Maxim, H, il.
nrodle, Mrs. Otto Rose, 4 children and
servant, Dr. J. II. Raymond, Mrs.
Schradcr, J. N. 8. Williams, N. J,
Schoenbergcr, D. II. Case, Hi M. Ro
berts, A. Oartenhcrg, F. F. Ilaldwln
and wife, F, Bint and wife, D. Coc
kett, Wnterspoon, Mrs. 8. 8. Paxson
and child, J. A. Kennedy, Dr. Geo. H.
Huddy. Mrs. W. Hill, D. F. Neves,
wire and chtfd, Dr. Poltn and wife,
Miss L. Daman!, Miss K. McFadden,
Mis. Parmentccn, Mrs. Cogshall, Miss
Cates, F. M. Fulby and wife, W. J.
Raid and wltc. Miss C. Carroll, Miss
C. Fnlke, Miss K. Smith, Miss Hon
ettl, Miss Adams, J. 9. Morrow and
wife. A. K. Dalo nnd wife. Miss F.
Famln, Mrs. Sctsoh, tlcldman, II.
Vollncr nnd son, Mrs. C. Rlckman, J
Rlckmnn, R. 8. Thurston, U A.
Thurston, R. K. Ilonlno. F. M. Floun
say Miss Sncll, Miss P. G. Roberts.
H, C. Ross and wife, Mrs. I). Kuhn,
Miss R, Ranpp, Miss Hopkins, Fath
er Canaslns, Father Idcsbald. Mansion
Campbell ahd son, R. W. Filler. C. V.
Hush, R. 1. Lllllo, H. Armltago. Oco.
It. Robertson. Dr. n. V. Wilcox, C. 8.
nrown, Jas. Forrest, Jas. KIrkland, T.
A. nurnlngham, Miss Wolfen)n. Mlsi
L. McCarthy, A. Dv Castro, Miss Ka
namu, A. Frascr, E. Hunt, lrlko.
Pcr stmr. Claudlne, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, July 21. Miss C. ,
Schulngcs, A. Hnnelierg.
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports.
July 19. Mrs. C. Miller, Miss Had-
ley, A. C. Coburn. Mrs. E. E. Couant.
Mrs. Jas. Campslc, It W. F. Purvis:
Mrs. Purvis, Miss Purvis, Mrs. J. Ha
zclton. Per stmr. Mlkahola, for Maul and
Molokal ports Miss L. K. Hums,
Miss Mabel Moycr, Mrs. V. Meyer,
Glen Howard, J. F. Hack.
Per stmr. Mauna Kca for Hllo via
way ports, July 19. Frank naldwln.
Mrs. Ilaldwln, II. P. Daldwlu, Miss
M B. Jones, F. D. Lucas. L. Aaron,
II. Focko, Daisy Hell, Miss Oraco
Moorchcad, Miss M. Perry, Miss A.
Reaver, A. D. Ilaldwln, Miss Bald
win, Miss Margaret Castle, Miss F.
Ouppy, Miss n. Taylor, A. Frascr,
Mrs. Frascr. C. E. King, Mrs. King.
S. Hoben, Miss Wlckahdcn, Mrs. M.
1). Horton. S. Lalakca, Mrs. J. Du
Rcgo, Miss Woodward, Allen Herbert,
D. 13. Maocnachlo. J. V. Alexander,
Mrs. Alexander. Miss K Cox, Miss J.
J WATERFRONT NOTES
THE NEW schedule under which
tho Inter-Island steamer Mauna Kca
now covers tho run to Hllo Is much
appreciated by tho business Interests
of the Island of Hawaii. Tho Mauni
Kca returned from her first trip un
dor the reduced schedule. Tho ves
sel In leaving Honolulu at an carl
lor hour arrives at Hllo wharf be
fore soven o'clock on Wednesday
morning and this enables the postal
officials to get null as far as Walo
hlnu before dark. The Mauna KcW
brought a general cargo to Honoullu
this morning Including shipments of
cord wood, liquor, vegetables, coffee
and 225 packages sundries. Btronc
trndts and heavy swells wcro mot
with on tho return voyage.
' PURSER PHILIPP8 reported tho
following sugar awaiting shipment
on Hawaii with tho arrival of tho
steamer Mauna Kea this morning:
Olan 29,200; Walakca 1500; Hawaii
Mill 1300; Walnaku 9000; Onomeu
678S; Popeokco 1500; Honomu 3750;
Hakalau 6700; Laupahoehoo 12,000;
Ookala 7000; Kukalau (D) 1486, (II)
CR27; Hatnakua 13,000; Faauhau
3S00; llonokaa 1600; Kukuhaolu 3700
and Punaluu 4781 Backs.
A CABLE received at tho local
agency ot tho Canadian-Australian
line announces the departure of the
atcamor Marama from Vancouver for
Australian ports yesterday. The Ma
rama Is due to arrlvo at Honolulu on
next Friday, f
We Won't Pay Cigar Duty
And you don't pay for tho name ''Imported" In Van Dyck
It wo mado them In Cuba Instead, of the United States, the
duty would double the cost.
Bo wo located our .factory In Tampa,, Fla whero Cuba's own ,
But our warehouses are In Cuba. Our tobacco Is the pick ot
tho choicest Havana leaf grown. And our workmen are Cuban
expert tho finest clgar-makors In thq world.
All, tliu, "Imported'!)" eiqulslto rragtanco and flavor la only
enhanced by the rare Individual charms of .''
VAN DYCK- "ST
In 27 Different Shape One or,
M. A, GUNBT A CO.-
Friday, July 1S.
Hawaii and Maul porta Claudlne,
fettnr., 6 p. m.
Kaltal ports W. G. Hall, stmr., 3
Per stmr. W. a. Hall, for Kauai
pferts, July 14. W. Oehrlng, D. H.
Rohe, Mrs. II. II. Rohe. '
Per stmf. Claudlne, (or -Hawaii
and Maul ports, July 16. Mrs. J, K
Colburn, Miss L. Cockburn, Mist H.
Colburn, Mlsi P, Colburn, W. Zleg
ler. r 4
Per O. 8. 8. Sierra, for Ban Fran
cisco, July 20. Mr. and Mrs. 8. E.
Scheellnc, J, P. Erdman, Mrs. 8. "M.
Nocdhatn, Miss Nccdham, Miss M. T.
Klu'cgol, R, W, Robinson, n. P. Drake,
E. P. Letson, W. O. Irwin, Miss T.
Fahy, G. Bush, Austin White, Mm.
W. Abley, Miss M. Oasse, 3. 8. Mar
row, Miss it. Falrwcather, Mr. N. IV.
Emerson, Mis 8, C. Stcrrctt, Mrs. F.
nurt, Miss E. E. Meier, E. IL Alex
ander, A. W. Emerson, Mrs. 'Bturtb
vant, Miss Jary, Mrs. L, Baldwin,
Miss N, Burt, Miss Jtyan, C A. Mc
intosh. R. E. Bond, R. B. Mist, C. 8.
Brown, li Rubcnstcln, C. II. LI p pin
cot t. F. B. 'Wlthlngton, A. P. Dredge,
Major Riley, Mrs. and Miss Kocfer,
W. L. Fletcher, W. 8lmpson. Miss E.
Kamaka, Miss M. Clark, Misses U.
and A. Goldsmith, Mrs. Dlilln. Mr.
and Mrs. 8turtovant, Miss Plnkerton,
Mrs. Pattcston, L. HornlngsburgCr,
Capt. Foster, Jas. McCandless, Mrs.
St. B. Noble, Mrs. J. 8. Chllds, Mrs.
W. A, Anderson, J, II. Schnack, -C.
F. Jenkins, M. BrodcrlcV, Mrrf. Jno.
Dyer, Miss L. Aholo. Miss N. F. Kl-
llson, Mrs. Geo. Martin, W, Kasso
Icen, W. Ilcattand, Mr.- and Mr. O.
A. Becker, J. K. FYirlcy, P. Farley,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Cannon, Mrs. F.
Lee, Miss Leo, Mrs. C. A. Belton, Mr.
anil Mrs. E. T. Blmpsoq, Mrs. Oliver
and son, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Haydcn,
Mrs. -I. Winter. Miss C. M. MacDOn
ald, Miss M. Anderson,. R. H. Brown,
Dr. Walker, Miss Madden, Miss
O'Kccfe, Miss Huntsman, Miss Bald
win, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross, MlSs
L. B. Puttcn, Miss D. Mackall, Misses
8. and T., Burtschen, K. O. Bond, W.
M. GlfTard, C. II. uppincott. Major
Gus Rose, Lieut. J. IV, Bhorl, L.
Hoitdlotte, Miss M. KIngsley, Mrs.
Oliver and child, Captain Poster, Mr.
nnd Mrs. James Lylo, O. P. Mclllst,
Mrs. SteKart, C. O. O'Ncll, H. H. Wil
liams, Captain C. M. Coster, Captain
Ed. Hopkins, Lieut. L. Evans, Ser
geant T. Evans, Zlr. and Mrs. B. E.
Smllb, Captain P. B. Angns, Mr. 8U
n, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taggart, Jno.
Per M, N. 8. 8. Wllhelmlna for 8an
Francisco, July 20. Miss E. Henri
quest Mrs. Hcnrlqucs, Mtis Hutchin
son, Mrs. Helen Slcmsen, Miss Alice
Davis. Mlsa Tansy, G. Robert, Ml?s
Nora Towhcr, Miss Von Tcmpsky,
Mrs. Dora Von Tcmpsky, V. 0.
Franklin, Paul do .la Vorgno, Prof.
V. Thompson, Bobcrt Mist, F. B. Bra
den, J. T. McCarthy, Mral II. John
son, Mrs. D. O, Curran, Miss L. C.
Sterrctt, Mrs. H. IL Berry, Mrs. A. R.
Ourry, Mrs. II. O. 8ulllvan, Mrs. E.
Hansen, Miss P. Shlpraon, Miss O. A.
Arnold, MIW M. Cook, Mlsa B. Dutot,
Miss L. Olnln, Mi J. -W. Olrjrjn,
Mrs. A. P. Knight, MIsVAllce ThArnp
son, Miss N. T.' Ellison, Mis A. Har
rington, Mist Mary Sexton, MUs Lyda
McSlocker, F! B. Mc8tocker, Dr. C.
H. Cooper, Dr.'-'BaldWln,. 'P. Klaiiip.
J, N. 8. Williams, Mrs. Williams, Miss
Klamp, Miss McCarty, Mlsa. Edith
Meyer, MIsa'Guppy.A. D.'Castro. Wm
Walsh, Mrs, Walsh, L. Abrams, Mrs.
Abrams, P. N. Payne, C. W. Macfar
lano, Miss E. P. Mist, Mrs. It. M.
. m m
THE STEAMERS Kauai-and Haiti
lanl were reported at Hlo at .the tlmo
of departure ot the Mauna Kea (or
Honolulu.- The steamer Maul was
loading at Kukalau and the Hclenu
discharging at Kohalalele. The lat
ter vessel Is due to arrive here to
day with cattlo and a shipment ot
A VOYAGE of seventeen day Is
credited the American schooner He
leno that Is reported lo havo arrived
at Port Townsend on list Friday nf
terhiUlng discharged a shipment ot
, ' lumber at Honolulu.
Every, Taste 3 JarJi'ioAaJiSq.SitU...
HiUie of SUplef DlitMbWUrtt'' "'"