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eVenIng BULLETIN, rtoNOLULtJ. t. II., TUESDAY, .JULJ? 19. idlO.
IcnlJ So. 2 Regular.
Occnnlc First Dcgrte.
llnwnll.ui Third Ptgric.
vl) vliltlng members ot tn
irdor are cordially Invited to
(tend meeting nf local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7,irv t xr
Qbh " A
lllmur ruiMiirrrr.' Members, 01
maninc cnoinccna 0U,Cr Asjo.
IEHEFICIAL ASVqiATIOH. ciation, III
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
iliV in I. O. O. I'. Hall, Tort Streot.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noblo Orand.
Alt visiting brothers very cordlallv
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. o P.
Meets every first and third Frl-
day evening at 7:30 In K. of r. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanlo. Visiting
trothars cordially Invited to attend.
YVM. JONES, C. C.
o. p. liniNc, k. n. a
4 HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meet every first and third Thurs
tays ot each month at Knights of
.Pythias ilall. Visiting brothers cor-
dlslly invited to attend.
j A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
I E. V. TODD, 0. ot It.
HONOLULU AEHIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets on the Ind and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tnnd w. n. niLEY, w. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODOEOIO. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, II. P. O.
Kll;s, meets In their hall, on Kln
Street, near Fort, every Trlday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
jas. d. DouaiiEim', re. n.
QUO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Snturday
evening at 7 30 o'clock In K. of P.
ilnll. i or. Tort and Borotanla. Visit
Ing hrntheis cordially Invited to at
tend II A TAYLOn. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. 8.
Wherever paint is needed,
j5S-nl , id' ' tfi vjf ' 11
177 So. King Street
M. E. Silva,
undertaker 'and embalmer
, Prompt and Tolite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
. CATH0L1L SISTERS
'Phone 170 Niriit Call 1014
ASSESSMENT .HO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
if - Mutual Association
Ilrta been called and Is DUE JUNE
no and DELINQUENT on JULY 10.
WE HAVE WITH US
- -i-- T ".' ' 9 w: J3I
AT THE YOUNQ.
Sunday. July 17.
H. V Killer, llllo. Mrs. II. D. nry.
ant. Kobala, J. Atkltu Wight. Ko-
nam, air and Mrs. V F Baldwin,
Maul; M. Flournoy, Chicago; A. K,
Taynci, Mrs. A K Jnyncs. A. L.
Jtincs Jr., t.cllcliua, Mr. and Mrs.
0 1). Hell, City. Mr. ami Mrs. E. C.
Smith, Katm.iH City; Cling. D. Brown,
l-os ahshcs; Fred T. Williams. Wnl
nliui. It. P. Shoemaker, Tacoma; C.
U Oray. K.ipna; Paul F. do I.a
Wnjne, Lob Angeles; Mr. and Mrs,
S. Smith 8trnlh. Or Schncnlng. Hllo;
I. onday, July 18,
I Warmvcr 8 r.j Miss Ethel Han
spn, Oakland, Cal.J Mrs. K. W. Krnuse
S 1 , Mr?. A i: Ames, Portland,
Oro ; W, O. Scntt. Kauai. E. II. Ar
nold. T Hogan S. 8. Chattanooga:
II 0 lloswoll, Simon Wile. Cincin
nati; L. 8. Ocrrcrh, Chicago; P. Haw
kins and wife. 8. F; Mrs. W. O,
North, Hubs North, Julia North, Mini
Vldn Ross, Wnlnsh. Ind.; Miss 11.
Rich, Miss A Rich, S F.. Dr. F. D,
Falrchlld and wife, I .or Angeles; A.
I illlbert. Milwaukee, WK; Mrs. R.
C P. Smith, Lo Ang; Mm, 11. I),
Hazard. Lob Ang.; F. C Condnrtcr
and wile. Los Ang; P F. Bpeldcl. 8
F; E, T, Grimes, 8. F.. (Icrlrudo
Mncfarlanc. 8. F . I W. Smith Jr..
Wash. I). C ; V (I Will, Waih. D. C;
lesse Howard, Johsp How-nrd Jr Miss
llownrd, I. Howard, Providence.
AT THR HAWAIIAN.
Monday, July 18.
II. P. Schcfflcr, Dcnxcr, Colo; II. 8
Hownoii. 8. F.j Mr. and Mrs. II. T
Hnyscldcn, Donald Hayscldcn.
Sunday, July 17.
A Iludd'c. S. F., C. A. Hlckmin.
England, John Rlckmnn, England; J.
8. Morrow and wife. 8F., A. T Hen
dcrson, Ewn; M Vance, Los Angeles;
M. Thomson. I.ok Ang.; E. E. Cald
well, wllo and children, Denver; L.
E, Jlennls and wife. Phoenix. Arizo
na, F. O. Rartlctt and wlfo, Socorro,
N. M., Miss C. E. Moffltt, Socorro,
N. M ; Mr. R. E. Myatt and daughter,
Oakland, Cal.j T 0. Hayseldcn. City.
ADVICES received nt thq offlco of
the United States quartermaster nn-
Tiounco Hit dopartura of tlio trans
port Logan from Manila on July 14th.
The eshel proceeded to Marlvcles
and thera remained one day In quar
antine. Tho os4pcI la duo to arrive,
at Nagasaki, Japan on or about July
22nd nnd there takp on n tdilpnicnt
of coal. The troopphlp should reach
here about August 3rd
AFTER DISC1IAROINO 4400 sacks
of sugar brought from Kuwalliao, tile
steamer Hclcno has lwen placed on
the berth to sail for Hamnkua coast
ports at 11; o o'clock this evening. Tho
vessel will take u general cargo for
tlio Ills Isbiid.
THE RRIVAL of tlio hchooncr a,
W Watson ul (Jrays Harbor Is re
ported hy tho MerchautH Exchange.
This vcsbcI brought a shlpnient of
lumber to Hllo come weeks ago.
IN FOREIQN PORT
Tuesday, July 19.
PORT OAMnLE Sailed July 16:
Hphr flnmhln ffir Illki.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sailed July 10: 8,
S Chlo Maru. for Honolulu.
(Continued from Page 1)
trespass on quarantine reservation,
two for bringing aliens unlawfully
Into tho country, and one for as-
Buult on tho high seas.
That Is tho record which tho Jury
made, and Chlneso, Japanese, Ha
wnllans and sonio whites are await
It g trial on tho first two charges.
Max Schlemmcr has tho charges of
Importing nllens and poaching
against him, thrcn Russians were tho
trespassers on quarantine reserva
tion, and one American and two
others aro charged with unlawfully
placing matter in tho malls.
During the past two jcars the
Federal Court hus taken up 283
ni pen, disposed of 170 and thero aro
now ponding 113.
A Louiimrlbon ot tho caves han
dled by the court during the twp
past fiscal 5 curs shows that for tho
M'.ir ending June 30. 1310, there
were 111 crlmli.al inses against 114
for tlio previous ear, und that on
the civil docket thero wero twenty
five rases during the past twehe
months against thlrty-thrco for the
There will bo no session or the
Federal Court until next Tuesday.
Jiidgo Itolleitson ndjournod thocourl
josterday uutl) that dato.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
tt goes without saying that ercry
thing Is Rest at Tho Encore.
Quality Is flist with Lellhctd am
Woodward In making soda water
It )ou can't sec that Rainier It
the best beer brewed, your taste Is
wrong. Try again.
There wore thirty-one cases on the
police court calendar this morning,
and Judge Andrado sat till late.
Eleven Japanese gamblers appear
ed In court this morning nnd ivcrc
alt found guilty- nnd fined $9 each.
For distilled waler. Hire's Root
Boor nnd all other popular drlnkB
Ring up phone 71. Consolidated Soda
Tho final accents of the estato ol
Andrew Wlssmann hao been approv
ed and administrator ordered dis
charged. Jerry Rooney Is now nt tho Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car,
No. 270. Hotel nnd Union streets;
phono 6. tf
Canon Simpson and wife arc leav
ing tomorrow on the Withclmlna In
stead of tho4'SIrrn as stated In the
Tho case for annulment of mar
riage brought by Mary Ho Leoug
against Lcong Fat has been set for
trial on July 29.
The care against (loo Wan Hoy
was sent ocr till tomorrow nt tho
pollco tourt this moriiltig. He Is
charged with gross cheat In regard
to somo furnlturo deal.
W. P. Fuller & Co.'s Puro Prepared
Paint will resist tho run's rays but
lasting every other point. It covers
the surface and Is the best whero
qcr pnlnl Is needed, For sale by
Lew em ft Cooku, Ltd., 177 So. King
Threo of tho Vlnpjard utrrct
toughs had two charges each against
them this mornlug at the police
court. The matted was sent ocr
till tomorrow morning, when Chlet
McDuflle'wtll tell what he known ot
The record In tho msa of Edward
Campbell vs. Hackfcld & Co. was
filed In the Supreme Court testerdty
and tho cause placed upon the cal
endar goes up, on plaintiffs excep
tions, to!' the Supreme Court for the
Motion for resale of property tins
been made by Paul Muhlcndorf ct
al.. trustees for S. C. Allen, In the
caso against Hawaiian Land Com.
pany, the allegation being that $300
recehed for the property sold was
below Its alue.
New goods are filling the shclvca
that wero emptied during tho blg'salo
at Sachs. Uy tlio "Sierra." were re
ceived Lingerie Dresses with tho over
skirt effect, Princess Slips and many
inoro of tho very newest creations,
Sachs Drygoods Co,
Tho Smith Premier Typewriter with
tho double kcj board and tho speediest
etcapement eor devlsefl has also a
gear driven carxUgu doing away with
straps and bands. Sco tho Smith
Premier ut tho Hawaiian News Co,
Alex. Young Ilulldlng.
W. II. Singleton, h marine, was jcv
terday released on his own recogniz
ance by Judge Robortbon of tho Fed
eral Court upon request of tho com
mandant of marines who desires to
hold tho man himself. Singleton Is
under charge, nt adultery.
Angus MacDonald, who Is alleged
to have used threatening language
towards his wife, wan defended hy
Attorney Mngoon at tho pollco court
this morning. The Judge took the
cuso under ndlr-men, an1 J Mac
Donald was released under bonds of
There will bo a competitive Civil
Service examination I eld on Tues
day, July 26, commencing at 9
o'clock n. m., for the position of ste
nographers and typewriters In tho
focal and Philippine service. Appli
cation forms for tho examination
will be furnished u;ii,n application
to tt. d. StatLablctnti th'o local liis
(Continued from Paj-e 1)
Journeying to the mainland by tho
Makura. T. M. SliUterly Is u
through passengorT and ur tjno tlmbH
was Postmastcr-Ueueral for the Com
monwealth, Ho also served us Min
ister of Justice for Australia.
O. 8. Yul'l Is heavily Interested In
one of the largett steamship com
panies doing business along the coast
of the great southern continent.
D. E. Ulgelow Is a Ronton mining
man. He 'Is accompanied Uy his
wife nnd daughter.
F. R. Caldwell Is a representative
ot a San Francisco Ink, house.
F, W. Jackson Js tho general man
ager for the Canadian Australian
Line, with headquarters at Sidney.
He In on a business tour ot tho world.
Manager Congdon ot the Park
Theater socured a number of clever
performers for his Fort street hoiue.
These pcopfe have been Induced to
remain over nt Honolulu for ont
t Bulletin Baslnes! Office Phone 230
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
City Transfer Co.,
JAS.g. LOVE. PHONE 1B2.
LAND OFFICE' !WHOHASllRY
NEARLY READY; TO GIVE AWAY
Everything Is Made
Perhaps lato todnvJJovcrnor Frear
will Issuo tho proclamation throwing
open public lands for homestead, but
.t Is doubtful If the proclamation will
ho Issued until tomorrow or tho fol
During both tho morn'ng nnd after
noon today tho fiovcrnor has been
going over tho question and (ho pa
pors Involved looking nt tho lands
designated for this first opening nnd
asking questions about points which
iro not qnlto familiar nnd It may bo
possible that ho will not bo able to
Tho Organic Act provldci that tha
first opening of lands must ho mado
Morn January 1 nf next year and
so lands which wcio surveyed several
years .ago aro tho first to be thrown
oien tu tho public.
Thero aro four survey pllrtleu iiovV
In th field lining out other lands and
as toon as they finish with largo
enough tracts these will be thrown
open to homestead s
"We want to nnko this opening
of public lands ns convenient na pos
sible to applicants" said ttovernor
Frear this morning, "and to that, end
wc aro going Into all details thorough
ly before the, lands are thrown o;en
so that (hero will be no misunder
standings or trouble afterward."
tn ordci1 to make tho provisions
of taking up land local in nature In
stead of centralizing everything In
Honolulu many outside land offices
aro tri bo opened nnd nt any onu
of theso applicants may (lie applica
tions for land on any Island In (he
Territory. Full detail maps ot nit
land to bo open will be on filo In each
ofilcc so that nny who wish may' See
nil thero Is.
In tho noxt registration It Is ex
pected that nn oUco will be h?ii
In 8an Francisco orsomo other coast
city, so that. k.toiTh thero desiring
to tak'e land may do so.
Brinckerhoff and Anderson
Leave For States On
Dr. nriuckerhon nnd Attorney An
dorsun will sail from Honolulu next
Tuesday on the Chl)o Maru for Ju
lian, en route to Huston and New
Tho trip will bo a hurried one, as
Dr. Rrlnckcrhon must ba In Cam
bridge early In September to tuko
up his work at Harvard, und ro tho
two men will go directly, via tho
Trans-Siberian route, tj Moscow and
Paris, and thence to the States,
Leaving hero on July 20, the
will arrive In Yokohama on August
R, and will take tho trail, nt that
point for Kobe, perhaps stujtng u
coupla of dajs en routo to bee Toklo
Osaka and one dr two other Interest
From Kobe the trip will bo re
sumed by steamer through the In.
land Sea and across to Fusan, 'In
Southern Korea, thenco by rail north
through Seoul, und onward lo Har
bin, where connections will bo mndo
with 'tho trunk lino to Moscow.
Rut little time will bo spent In
Europo. as both men wish to reach
the States us soon as possible,
HEAL ESTATE ' TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 18th, 1910,
from 1PJ30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
William R Castlo tn M Ohta Rcl
Allco K Kcauo at als to William It
Castlo Tr M
Alexander M Mcllrydo ct uls to
Hans Isonbcig , Ex D
Kojaa Sugar Co to Alexander M
Mcllrydo ot als A M
W M Mlnton and wf to Alfred War
Sarah A Svvnton ot nl by Regr
Mrs A M Stangenwald to Julia II
Albert Waterhouso Tr to John W
Est of W. C. Lunalllo by Trs to
Qcorgo O Cooper A M
Sanfnrd II Polo nnd wf to David
David limy nnd wf tn William O
Smith ,. ........... M
Boiensou & Lle to Inter-Island
n t A ft 9
Louiu Lecture On Hawaii
Or Start Dairy At
After writing four pages describing
her accomplishments Jind asking as
slstnnco with views nnd literature to
lecture on Hawaii through seven
States 'west of the Mississippi In ord
er to buy n homo for somo children
whoso father Is no longer nbto to
work Mrs. Van Riper of Ixi Angeles
says she would like to come to Ha
waii nnd start a dairy.
Tho letter received by tho Promo
tion Commlttco Is tho most unique ot
anything which tins como to hand In
a long time, nnd perhaps tho gem of
the whole thing Is In tho postscript
which occupies a full page.
Mrs. Rose Miles Van Riper tells of
the big hearted men of Hawaii nnd In
asking for the help nf tho commlttco
In tho lecture tour (luring which. In
cidentally, sho Is to represent tho San
Francisco Examiner In getting sub
scriptions, she says that in tho broth
erhood of man tho only slinon puro
articles lire In Hawaii.
Her oxact words in the postscript
arc: "For 1 hnvo seen Ills star In
trra enst and know that Ills strongest
brothers itro among tho dwellers on
His thrlco-blcsscd Islos of tho Pa
cific." After telling how sho would like to
"spend hours In the surf nnd gallop
over hill and through valleys and In
hale tho pcrfumo of Mowers nnd grass
ns the hoofs' of tho horso stir them In
passing 'nnd they gtvo welcome to the
ildcr with the breath of their dow-lnd-cn
odor," Mrs. Van Itlcr says that
sho la a butter maker and would come
hero to stnrt K first class dairy nenr
Honolulu where tired city folks might
get tho real article In fresh bread and
butter mado by her hnnds to say
nothing of delicious buttermilk.
"I would llko to havo a first class
butter dairy nenr Honolulu nnd would
romn with a herd of Aldernys nnd
Guernsey Jerseys for butter, nnd Hol
stelus for cheeso nnd I would hnvo
buttermilk for the tired city folk and
fresh, bread and butter. Look at my
hands In tho picture and sco If they
cou'd not mnko nlco 'pats' of grainy
butter cf a 'plnkcy-goldcn' hue," she
Lnclostd with the letter Is a pho
toM'Hlh of a woman of nbnut forty
J cars carolng n largo bunch of fiow
rr, with u awect Btnllo wreathing her
litis line", eyes turned heavenward In a
moiit lnpt expression.
Tho commlttco 'dors not Intend to
fiiiniph tlio dairy, It Is stutsd authori
tatively. REPRIEVE COMES TO
MAN IN DEATH CHAIR
With Lesi Than Half a Minute to
Spare, His Life Is Saved.
TItlCNTON. N. J.( July 3. AVIHi
less than half a minute to spare,
Arthur lloco was saved from the
electric chair tonight by a stay sign
oil by Judge Mlntiirn on a moving
tialn and thrown from tho window
to tho condemned mun'sj lawyer.
Reeo wns strapped In tho chair
and the elcctrlilau was waiting, his
hand on tho switch, for the seconu
signal to send '.'100 volts through
the bddy of the wife murderer, when
tho frantic cry "Stop! Stppi" A
stay!" rung through the death
The culture which khows how to
burn money without making, too much
of a smudgo Is at all events n very
practical culfuro. puck.
u st tt tt a a h up n k m
Stoum Nuv Co Ltd US
Harriet' O Pelrco to F Santos, J....D
Joo P Oullhermo and wf to, Julio
M dos BantoB jj
J E Johnson to Mrs J It Macken
Lu's F Alvarez by Regr Notice
Mnry E Kalbcnul and hsh to Hen
ry C J'apal , d
J H Snllfon und wf to Henry C
Hapal , t)
Noah Sullfen und wf to Henry C
Hapal t ,..D
Mary do Rcgo tn Dlsmnrk Stables
Co Ltd Can Agrmt
Mary do Rego to Antonio Oarcla
John M Ulunahele and wf to Wil
liam It qastlu Tr M
Entered for Record July 19, 19ft),
from 9 a. m. to 10J30 a. m,
Hezekln Mniuiso to John Ntu....D
John Nua and wr to Hezokla Ma-
nnse . .,' it.T. ;; . .v:??;rfr.'. . . . D
Tuesday, July 11.
Australian ports via Suva Makura.
CM. 8. 8., 6 a. m.
I PA8SEN3ERS ARRIVED
Per C.-A. 8. 8. Makura from Aus
tralian ports via Suva, July 19,
Mis E. A. Plnkerton, Miss L Corn-
' illn' JiuuvriEuii, Mrs. . i-aicr
,on- j. no, Mr. t. r. itob-
crison. Air. r. HcnnnccKoi, miss i.
Coshman, Miss D. Miller Misses
Sw-nnson (2), Miss 8. Allln, Mrs.
Wheeler nnd child, Mrs. Albcrtus,
Mrs. K. Wlso, Mrs. E. F. Hrowno,
Mr. R. D, Wheeler, Mr. II. Whcolcr,
Mr. .1. Dyco, Mr. M. Albcrtus, Mr.
II. W Luccy. Mr. It. A. Wise. Mr.
Crotton, Mr. W. It. Harrison, Mr. E.
C Salmon. Mr. M. Swnnson, Mr. J.
Mnnlcce, Mr. A. Rlgglardo, Mr. (I.
Wlloon, Mr. Leon Knn, Mr. Shlmamo-'
to, Mr, C. Salvlnas, Mr. J. L. Shaw,
Mr. W. Tyler, Mr. II. Williams.
j WATERFRONT NOTES
ACCORDING lo n report from San
Frnnclnco Chief Officer M. F. nallcy
of tho Pacific Mall steamship China
has been granted n leave of nbsenco
nnd will visit his old homo In Mnlnc,
Ho was relieved on tho Chlnn hy F.
J. Fnllettc, who wns first mate on
tho Panama steamer Peru. W. K.
Clark, who wns formerly freight clerk
on tho Pacific Mall liner Siberia, Is
now occup)lng tho position of purser
on "tho now steamer Reaver of the
San Franclsco-Portlnnd Steamship
Company. He succeeds "Jlmmlo"
Ilyrncs, who, after twenty years In
tho samo service, has a greater love
for the Steamer Roso City than for
the new Heave r and her sister ship
tho near. Ilyrncs sought n transfer
so ho could rejoin hln old shipmates,
Captain Mason and others, on tho
A LAKOE number of passengers
left for Hllo nnd tho Volcano at ten
o'clock this morning hy tho InreMsl
ami steamer Manila Ken. Tho vessel
carried malls for various ports of call
Including points along windward Ha(
wall. Tha early sailing of tho steam
er brings mall and passengers at
Hllo ut nn early hour on Wcdnesduy
morning and a prompt transfer to tho
train Insures n quick dispatch to
IKilntk bevond tho Volcano house. Thu
now and Improved sailing schedulo
undor which tho Manna Kca Is now
operated Is greatly appreciated by
tho business interests of Hawaii as
well as Honolulu.
IN ORDER to vlow tho wonders of
the- Volcano, tho French cruiser Mont
calm now ut this port will sail for
Hllo on Thursday according to pre
cut plans, Tho vessel will remain
nt tho Hawaii port for several days
before departing for Scattlu and San
Franclrco. At tho Cullfornln port It
is expected that the Montcalm will go
Into dock. Tho crulso ns outlined
for tho French war vessel Includes a
call at various ports along tho Mexl
can and Central American coast and
an extended visit to Tnhltl.
FROM THE coast comci word that
tho present contract existing between
thu American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company and tha Sucar Factors As
soclatlon will expire by tho last of tho
year and will be superceded by nn
other agreement (hat calls for .the
transportation of nearly a million four
hundred thousand tons sugar hy the
Tchuantcpcc routo. It Is predicted
tha a ten day service will bo main
tatned by tho American-Hawaiian
IN SAILING for Vancouver at eight
o'clock this evening, tho Canadian
Australian liner Makura wll taka
nlHjut'flfty passengers. Tho oulco ol
tho local agents was throngod
throughout tho day by applicants for
transportation. After many hours de
lay a number wore notlflod that there
was no room on tho vessel for add!
AGENT C, P. MOR8E of the Ame
rlcan-Hawallan Lluo announces the
sailing of tho freighter Virginian from
Seatlo on July 2IHh. This vessel will
procood U Honolulu with large con
slgnmcnts of Now York cargo brought
out from the Atlantic by tbo way of
tho Isthmus ot Tohuantepec. Tho Vlr
glnlan should arrive, heio on or about
TWELVE HUNDRED and twenty
sheep were transferred from tho Isl
and of Nllhau to Lanoi by tho Inter
Island steamer Nllhau. Tho vossol
returned to iort yesterday bringing
a small shlpmontof sundries, Mod,
cratq trades and bcbb wcrq mot with
on nom ouivvnrd ana inward voyages,
THE DEPARTURE of the Matobh
Navigation bteamer Hyadcs from Se
attlo wan reiwted yesterday. Tho
vessel Is bound for Houolulu and
should arrjvo hero on or about Jub
SSlh. The Hades is understood 'ns
bringing down a Urge general cargo
and a quantity of lumber on deck.
THE AMERldAN schooner turn
sailing from Honolulu nn Julj 2nd Is
romrtPd In Inro arrived nt Port
Tnwnsend yestprday. Tho vessel lofl
b shipment of lumber at this p'ort.'
ON PAQE EIQHT.
Monday, July 18.
Hongkong' via Japan ports Man
churia, P. M. 8. 8., 6 p. m.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., 6 p. m.
Tuesday, July 19.
Hllo via way ports Maunn Ken,
stmr., 10 a. m.
PASBENQER8 DEPARTED I
Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hllo via.
way port?, July 19. Frank Baldwin,
Mrs. Baldwin, 11. P. Ilaldwlu. Miss
M II. Jones, F. D. Lucas, L. Aaron,
II. Fockc, Daisy Bell, Miss draco
Moorehcad, Miss M. Perry, Miss A.
Reaver, A. D. Baldwin, Miss Bald
win, Miss Margaret Castle, Miss F.
Guppy, Miss B. Taylor. A. Frascr,
Mrs. Frascr, C. E. King, Mrs. King,
8. Hobcn, Miss Wlckanden, Mrs. M.
R. Horton; S. Lalakca, Mrs. J Du
Rcgo, Miss Woodward, Allen Herbert,
D. R. Mnocnachle, J. B, Alexander,
Mrs. Alexander, Miss E Cox, Miss I.
Per 8. 8. Manchuria, for tho Ori
ent, July 18. M. Relchmnnn, J. Rick
man, Mrs. C. A. Hickman.
t k- . " f
I PA8SENOERS BOOKtD . I
Per stmr. Mlkahnla, for Ma'vl and
Moloknl ports Mlsa L. K. iNirni,
Miss Mabel Meyer, Mrs. .V. Meyer.
Glen Howard, J, F. Rack".
Per stmr. Klnau for Kauai ports,
July 19. Mrs. C. Miller, Miss Had
ley, A. C. Coburn, Mrs. E. E. Couant,
Mrs. Jns. Cnmpsle, R. W. F. Purvis,
Mrs. Purvis, Miss Purvis, Mm. J. Ha
zolton. Per O. 8. 8. Slorra, for San Frail
Cisco, July 20. Mr. and' Mrs. IS.'fc
SchVcilnc, J. P. Erdman, Mrs. 8. M.
Ncedhain, Mlns Nccdham, Miss M. T.
Klucgel, It. W. Robinson, R. P. Drako,
E. P. LetBon, W. O. Irwin, Miss T.
Fahy, G. Bush, 'Austin White, Mrs.
W. Abley, Miss M. Gnsse, J. 8. Mar
row, Miss E. Falrweathcr, Mrs. N. B.
Emerson, Miss S. C. Stcrrett, Mrs. Y.
Burt, Miss E. a Meier, E. R. Alex
ander, A. W. Emerson, Mrs. Sturte
vant. Miss Jary, Mrs. L. Baldwin,
Miss N. Burt, Miss Ryan, 6. A'. Mc
intosh, R. E. Bond, R. K. Mist, C. 8.
Brown, I. Rubcnstcln, C. II. Llppin
cott. F. B. Wlthlngton, A. F. Drodgs.
Major Rtlcy, Mrs. and Miss KCefcr,
W L. Fletcher, W. Simpson. Miss B.
Knmnka, Miss M. Clark, Misses If.
and A. Goldsmith, Mrs. iilnln, Mr.
and Mrs. Sturtovant, Miss Plnkertdn,
Mrs. Pnllc'ston, L. HornlttgsbUrgcr,
Capt. Foster, Jas. McCandlcss, Mrs.
M. B. Noble, Mm. J. 8. Chlldsf Mrs.
W. A. Anderson. J. H. Schnaek, C.
F. Jenkins, M. Brodcrlck, Mrs, . Jno.
Dyer, Miss L. Aholo, Miss N.' V, El
lison, Mrs. Geo. Martin, W, Kasso
teen, W, Heastand, Mr. and Mrs. G.
'A. Beckor, J. K. Farley. F. Fnrloy,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Cannon, Mrs. F.
Lee, Mlsa Lee, Mrs. C. A. Belton, Mr.
'ind Mrs. tt, T Simpson, Mrs. Oliver
and son, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hnyden,
Mrs. J, Winter, Mlsa C. M. MacDon
ald, Miss M. Anderson, K. It. Brown,
Dr Walker, Miss Madden, Miss
O'Kcefe, Miss Huntsman, MUs Bald
win, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross, Miss
1.. B. Putzcn, Miss D. Mackall, Misses
8. and T. Durtschen. E. C. Bond, W.
M. Glffnrd, C. H. Upplncott, Major
Qua Roso, Lieut. J. W. Short, L.
iroudlttb. Miss M. KJngsley, Mrs.
OUver and child, Captain FoBter, Mr.
and Mrs. James Lyle, C. P. Melllst,
Mrs. Stewart. C. O. O'Nell. H. H. Wit
Hams, Captalri C. M, Coster, Captain
Ed. Hopkins, Lieut. L. Evans, Ser
geant T. Evans, ;ir. and Mrs. E. E.
Smith, Captain F. 11. Angus, Mr. till
rn, Mr. and Mrs,, J, M. -Taggsrt, Jno.
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhclmlna for Sail
Francisco,, July 20. Miss E. Henri
qucs, Mrs. Itcnrlques, Miss Hutchln
ton, Mrs. Helen Sternum, Miss Alice
Davis, Miss Pansy, G. Roberts, Miss
Nora Towner, Miss Von Tcmpsky,
Mrs. Dora Von Tempsky, W. O.
Franklin. Paul do la Vsrgne. Prof.
V. Thompson, Robert Mist, K,.B. Bra
den, J. T. McCarthy, Mrs. II. John
son, Mrs. D. G. Cuf.-an, Miss L. C.
Storrett. Mrs. II. R. Berry, Mrs. A. R
Gurry, Mrs. II. O. Sullivan, Mrs. E.
Hansen, Miss F. Shlpman, Mitts' O. A.
Arnold, Miss M. Cook, Alius E. Dutot,
Miss L. Glrvln. Mrs.' J. W. Gtrvtn.
'Mrs. A. P. Knight, Mfss Alleo Thomp
son, Miss N. T. Ellison, Miss A, Har
rington, Miss Mary Sexton, Miss Lyda
McStocker, F. B. Mc8tocker, Dr. C.
"B.1 Cooper, Dr, Baldwin. 'F, Klarnp,
J, N. 8. Williams, Mrs. Williams, Mlas
Klarnp, Miss McCarty, Mlsa Edith
Meyer. Miss Guppy, A. D, Castro. Wm
Walsh, Mrs. Walsh, L. Abrams, Mrs.
Auranis, F. N. Payne, C. W. Macfar
lane, Miss E. F. Mlsti Mrs. II, M.
Per stmr, Claujllno, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, July '21. MJes C. ,.
Schulnges, A. Ilancbcrg,
NOTICE TO MARINERS. .
SAN FRANCISCO BAY CAU
Notice, In hereby given that San
Antonio Creek ,Buoy No. 1, a 2d clats
fcpar, .heretofore reported adrift, wai
replaced July 8,
' i .
FEW ABIAT1U passengers depart
Pd for the Orient Inst' ovenlhg by (he
slt-ninpr Manchuria, During- ht stay
pf thpjrPBnpl nt Honolulu about flvo
hundred tons of mainland cargo wfro
discharged at Alakea wharf, '