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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1910,
Lenlil Jfo. 2 Itcgulnr.
Occnnlc First Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members ot to
Order aro cordially Invited to
Hltonrt meetings fit local lodges
Meet an the
2nd and 4th
Monday i of
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
II1DIUC f-nni.irrr.Pi luemoen 01
""line cnuinccna other Also
tKEFICIALASSnqiATICH. elation. e"r.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. O. F,
iltem every Monday evening at
J in I. O. 0. F. Hall, Tort Streol.
E. n. HENDIIY, Secretary,
II. E. MCCOY, Noble Grand.
ah tliltlng brothers very cordlall)
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P,
Meeib every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of IVJlalL
torner rort and Deretanla. Visiting
biolhers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, It II.. B.
J HAWAIIAN TKIBE, No. 1, 1. O.R.M.
3 Mcol4 every flrBt and third Thurs
da ot each month at Knights of
gt Pythias ilall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagle are Invited to at
W. It. RILEY, Vv. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, II. V. 0.
Clks, meets In their hall, on Kln&
Btreet, near Tort, every Friday even
inc. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUailERTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evonlng at 7 30 o'clock in K. of P
Hall, cor. Tort and Uoretanla. Visit
ing brotheis cordially invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. II. 8.
Wherever paint to needed,
LewersS Cooke, Ltd.
177 So. Kinc Street
M. E. Silva.
, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN l.t NE. OPPOSITE
t CATHOLIC! SISTERS
Thone 170 Nieht Call ION
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
JIIaY'tW cali'ed and Id DUE 'JUNE
Uieand DELINQUENT on JULY 15
(Continued from Page 1)
Angle I'anRollnan, llonoiilu, Miss
Sasaki, Honolului MM Sarah Cock
ctt, Muni, Miss Emma Akamu, Hllo;
Mrs. W C Monro. Honolulu; and
Mrs Slcmroti ot lllln MIm Mary
McCabo, who was ono of tliq success,
fill contestants, left on n previous
Wllhclmlnn and plans to Join the
party vvhcji thoy arrive In San Fran
cisco. Mrs Hoggs only arrived nt Hono
lulu thU morning Slio was a pas
ccnger l tin' Intcrlsland steamer
Clnudlnc Tho part) Is extremely
forfunr.ln In the sole tlon of Mrs
llcggs as Its illrrctor, as she Is no
stranger lo the famed Yoscmlto Park.
Mrs. Bcggs Ins vlrllcd I lie natural
wonder on n previous occasion and
Is familiar with alt Its scenic beau
Tho remnlnder of The B u 1 1 c
t I n party or ladles nrc making thcli
first trip to tlin United States. With
the exception, or Mrs Ilccgrt, tlie)
hao never been outsldo the Terrl-
tor of Hawaii
Upon arrival nt Sin Francisco next
Tucsda) mornll g, The II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
California Yosemltn party will lie met
b representative!; from Hotel Manx
The part) will bo entertained In a
lavish manner at the (loldcn (late
city for a week to ten da) a before
taking up the rait Journe) to Cen
tral Call fori. la and to the Yoscmlto.
Them will bo nothing too good for
The II u I I e t I if party while they
remain t ho guests at tho palatial
Hotel Manx Ever) attention will
bo shown them. Tlio leading thca
(ers and places ot amusement of the
gaj "'Paris of Atne(lca'" wll bo at
their command. Thcro Is not n mem
ber of tho jinrt), but has a host ol
friends Aloi g tho Coast or In San
FranclAcp. Those will, of course, vie
with each other In adding to the
pleasure In store for tho membors
of The 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u party,
Nothing will escape Tho 11 u I
I o 1 1 n party In touring tho Yoscm
Itc They will bo tho recipients ol
special attention and favors from
guides and also tho United States of
llclals who liavo to do with looking
after tho Federal reservation.
Tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n party Is due to
return to Honolulu by tho Matson
stcamijr Wllhelniliiu. arriving here
on August 8,
The Indies occupied ns Dun cabin!
is theWllhclmlun possessed. There
wero but two mombors of tho party
placed in a room, und In consequence
tho party word pot crowded In the
Tho Territorial band rendered
somo special airs In honor ot the
departure, of tho distinguished part)
of )oung people.
In traveling across the tvvcnty.onc
hui drcd miles or Pacific Ocenn as
passengers on the good ship Wllhcl
mlna, Tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n party will
occupy a prominent placo nt Captain
Peter Johnson's tnble.
Their departure vyao an auspicious
one Even nature smiled us they
steamed out tho harbor, waving
atohn to tho tluoi.g on the wharf.
Yes, Tho H u 1 1 o 1 1 n Callfor-nla-Yosemlto
party Is off on n trip,
tho memory of which will nover bo.
(Continued from Pace 1)
This work was dono at tho request
of tho Ranch Company tindor tho
standing offer of assistanco to tree
planters nude by tho Division of For
estry. It Is expected that tho Com
puny will begin actual work In tree
planting next winter.
Distribution of Trees.
Owing tn a setback In tho growth ot
tho scodllngs, due to u spoil of wet
weather tmti wcoks ago, tho ship-,1
nit'iit pf trocs for tho planting of Wa
ter Reservo C, at Puflukca, has been
temporarily discontinued. Somo 10,
ftoo trees aro being got ready for this
place however, and will be sent dawn
at tho ond of this month. During May
and tho flrBt part ot June several
shipments of seedlings wi-ro made
tipm tho Government Nursery to vari
ous persons and coiporatlons; in all
about ,17,000 trees havo been sent out
since May I, 1010.
Delay can be avoided In obtnlnlng
ticus Irnm thu Government Nursory
It persons or corporations desiring to
jljtaln Boodllugs will submit u memor
andum ot what they wunt u fow
months prior to tho date the trees
Hie desired As seedlings In tho Nur
sery keep on growing and soon get
lo n size too largo to bo successfully
h milled, It Is Impractlcublo to keep
largo numbers constantly on band.
I takes from two to four months to
ginw most of tho Eucnl) plus from sep.t
in a ulre sullnhlo for planting Tho
Division n'f Tnieatrv staff mould do
cfdcdlyfappreclafo having '"advance no
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It goes without .sajlng that every
thing Is BBt at Tho Encore.
Quality Is flist with Letthcad and
Woodward In making soda water,
It. T. P.urvls made a buy )csterday
offtiearly.a half block of land In Kal
mukl.".' For distilled water, Hire's Root
Deer and all other popular drinks
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Jerry Rooncy Is now nt tho Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car,
Ko. 270. Hotel and Union streets;
Judge' Andrado complained of tho
loud noise made by automobiles In
tho vicinity of tho court room, this
morning, nnd asked If there was no
way or slopping an unnecessary cnug
glng of engines.
ILL LUCK FOR
(Continued from Pace 1)
Tho ntrlng of troubles through tho
Federal court are well known. Tho
ship wns finally gotten under way at'
tcr tho expenditure of a considerable
sum of money.
Tho vessel left hero for Australia
and South Africa, her shlpmpnt of
lumber being consigned to Table Uuy.
The troubles of tho good ship Hub
cock wero however far from being
considered a closed Incident.
Ofllcers connected with the Cnnad
lan-Australlan liner Mnkurn that nr
rived nt Honolulu bring u story of
additional nnd fnr more serious pill
kin in which tho American chip has
Just figured. On July 2nd nnd two
days prior to the depnrturo of the Ma
kura for Honolulu the ship Pabcock
put into Port Jackson in distress, Tho
vessel is In a bad way, having suffered
somo damage In a hurricane In tho
Pacific, during which sba lost her deck
cargo, amounting to 200,000 feet of
Tho ship left Port Townsonrf as far
back as January 20, nnd had ahnrd
tusslo with tho olemonts after clear
ing tho straits, tho result being that
sho put Into Honolulu with her rudder
damaged and the hull knocked about
Repairs wero completed In n fort
night, and tho ship then resumed her
voyage. All went well until reaching
latitude 31 degrees south, longltudo
1GI west. Hero n cyclonic storm of
hurrlcano forco burst on tho ship,
tossed her on her beam ends, and
threatened to send her to the bottom.
Mountainous seas swept her foro and
aft. and tho deck rargo vas wished
clean away. For six hours her 'posi
tion was extremely critical. Thn
weather then moderated", but tho con
ditions continued more or less rough
for threo Jays. Oil wns used to calm
the troubled waters with good effect.
Eventually tho ship emerged from tho
encountor in a crippled condition. The
heavy working of tho vessel had oaut.,d
nor to leak freely In tho topsldes, and
showed thnt tho foremast was sprung
and tho foroyard nnd foretopsnll yard
wero carried away. In this condition
It was not deemed prudent to nrocccd
on tho voyngo round Capo Horn, and
tho captain doclded to bear up for
Sydney for repairs. Tho run to tho
coast was marked by nne weather. On
arrival off thnt port the ship was do-
talned for ten days by head winds.
eventually making tho Harbor July 2.
The ship originally started out wlti
i.uuu.wu icci ot umber Sbo anch
ored In Berry's Day on arrival, and a
survey was hold to ascertain tho ex
tent of tho damage to the vcbscI. The
captain has ca'bled for Instructions,
tlco of probable demands.
A New Forest Reserve.
Following a, public hearing on Juno
13, Acting rjovernor Motl Smith" on
tho sanio day signed a proclamation
creating a small forest reserve In thu
District of Hamakua, Island of Ha
waii, a portion of ths government
land of flauola, some eoven acres on
.tho edgo Of tho bluff ubove tho son.
J no object of thlu llttlo reservo, wl(lch
la called tho Ilanoln Forest Itoscrvo,
Is to mako possible better care than
could othorwlso bo. given to a shelter
belt of ifonwuod-trccs that projects
thuooda'grlcultuinl land bohlnd.
Forest Fence ii Pun'ukes.
Ono, of tho forest fences at Pupukoa
that on tho Walme'a bmindary has
now been completed and tho other is
In process ot construction.
Slncfl May 13, Mr J. F Rock, tho
Dutanlst or tho Division or Forostry
has been In tho Kolml.i District 'on
Island of Hawaii, collecting herbarium
material In tho natlva forost, weeds
and other plants on tio ranches nnd
gathering data In general In rcgnrd
to plants now growing on tho Islands
On tho slopo3 of Mauna Kea, nlong
the ditches pn The windward sldo( of.
nit; (wimiii juuuMiaiil, mm in lite Ifall
docks of tho "Parker Ranch ho has
got ninny valuablo specimens. Mr.
Hock expects to ixeturn to Honolulu
at tho end of Jiiiip.
There no fool llko tho one who
thlnktflhc Is wise,
Ihlnktfllic Is wise, g 'H
4 City Transfer Co.,
WARDS FLY COOP
(Continued from Pare 1)
cldcnlnl expense occasioned by the
sending of "Our, Jack" Atkinson and
J. W. Pcrclstrouso lo fnr-off Man
churln on their recent nnd rather dis
astrous recruiting expedition.
Tho Russians tiro quietly flocking
to the coast upon the first nvalhiblo
transportation. Thoy nro willing to
pay the thirty dollars required for n
stccrago pnssagn to San Francisco
All seem to be well supplied with
funds and thoy gonernlly proffer the
money for their fare tn gold coin
Tho Mntson Navigation steamer Wll
helmlnn, sailing for tho const this
morning, carried thirty Russians
Most of theso arrived here from liar-
lu from the other Islands tor the past
They havo been slipping Into Honolu
lu fro mtho other Islands tor tho past
week or so nnd booked tor tho coast.
Tho Oceanic steamer Sierra sailed
this morning and had eight Russians
among her Rtceragu passengers A
number or Portuguese also left by the
Thcro is n constant drain ot tho
laboring element going on, nccordlng
to those who hnvc carefully kept tab
on this pbaso of tho Immigration
question during tho past year.
Thnt tho const cmplo)inont firms
aro making a campaign for laborers
hero Is pretty well established by tho
present exodus of Immigrants.
(Continued from Pajjc 1) i
Zealand were found qulto a numbdr of
caterpillars among tho niosi picklm;
belonging" to' Itio TlncdKey'lhe1 ferns
wero not eaten b) the" 'past nhd the
caterpillars wero.fccdlrtgltin tho mosj
and refuse of the shlpntontr
Several lotH o(small paltml front
Iho Eastern States slightly Infested
with Scalo Insects arrived by mall
and wero first fumigated beforo re
In tho baggngo of tho Chlneso 'Irnm'.
grants some sweet potatoes Infcstct
wlih tho sweet potato borer, were
found and Wert) destroyed This pest
is ulready well established tn the
At tho port of Hllo tho following
report of Inspection was received.
Seven vessels wero boarded and the
total of 105 lots containing 1.0S0 par
cels wero examined. Nothing rom
talnlng Insect pests or fungi was
found. In the future tho Inspector
will glvo a more Itcmlrcd account of
tho work, ns It Is most Important to
know Just what fruits and vegetables
aro being shipped into tho country
Two scodllngs of parasites have
been rocolvcd from Mr. J. P. Uaum
bcrgor, who Is collecting for our Divi
sion In California. Thcro ro hopes
that thene parasites will help rcducp
tho ravages of the cocoanut leaf fold
er, und other caterpillars Infesting
Kornn of (ho truck crops or tho Isl
ands. Tho ono species ol Plmpla
In the Islands Is doing excellent work
In tho reduction of caterpillars an 1
moro species will naturally greatly
add to the efficiency of tho work of
those already hpro.,
GOO WAN HOY
This morning at the pollco court,
the case of Goo Wan Hoy, who Is
charged vylth, gross cheat, was start
ed nnd the dcfo'nse was undertaken
by Llghtfoot nnd Humphries. Deputy
Count) Attqrnoy Mllvertou proao
ciited, and ho ollqltcd tho tact that
tlio maijnger erf the Clt) Mill Co, had
boon ordered by (Joo Wan Hoy to
ma'ko three bedsteads. The price
was to bp $30, and when tlio arti
cles were ready, Quo Wan.ljoy Is al
leged to huvo handed oypr, a check
for, tho amount and ordered thnt tho
bedsteads be bunt by railroad to a
Accprdli j- to ttcmunugor ot the
ml1, (ho check was fefurppd whoh
prct'eiteil at tho brink1, arid as Ono
Wan Ho) would not squuro up (he
matter, tho groes client char go was
Tho ifeXcnse maintained that tho
bedsteads wero not nccordlng to
agreement, and that they were
wrupped up In paper and string whon
Bhjpppd Upon examination It was
fnu,iid that tho furniture wns not as
Tho rnio was not finished nt rioon
and was cnmipuoil till tomorrow:
, -.1 ia
v , iuim'iii
(Continued from Pece 4)
lease lo Eben P. Low, and when this
lence runs out, on Jnnuar) t, 1913,
no Idea nt Its renewal will he con
sidered At that time nil etnek which
Mr. Low wants he Will take away
and tho goats nnd other ni.imals
which nro of no use will be de
Tho report of Ralph S. llosmcr,
superintendent of forostr), on the
condition of tho Island and what
might lie dono with It ns a forest
"Ab tho result of Ion;; )eart or
over-stocking, Kahoolnvvc has become
locally a name practically s)nono
mnus with desolation nnd waste. The
object nt de:lnrlng tho Island a for
est reservo Is to put It In n posl
ton vvheic, upon the expiration of
tho existing leaso, effective steps
could bo taken toward Its rcclamn.
tlon It Is trup that to bring back
a cover of vegetation over the whole
Island would requlro a long time and
n considerable outlay of monoy. Hut
not A llttlo townrd saving what re
mains can be accomplished through'
the complete removal of the livestock
now on the Island, so that what
vegetation thcro Is may bo given n
chance. This could bodono nt small
cost. Moro claborato plans car. wait
"Admlnlstratlvolj, tho reclamation
ot Kahoolawo can best bo nccom
pllshcd II tho Island is In tho con
trol of the branch or tho Territorial
government that Is equipped to un
dcrtnke such work tho Hoard or Ag
rlculturo nnd Forestry, it is for thlr
reason, 'and nlro that the public ma)
know definitely tho Intentions ot the
government In regard to this ptcci
or public land, that it Is proposed tr
ret Kahoolawo apart as atorest re
serve. The proposal Is mado at this
time at tho suggestion and rcqucs'
ol tho rjovornor.
"Dcieription of the Island.
'Kahoolawo Is tlio smallest of tho
eight Inhabited Islands making up
the Hawaiian group. It lies to tht
southwest of Maul, about eight mllet
distant. Tb'e lslni.d Is roughly about
ten miles long by Irnm two to seven
miles broad; Its area Is 28,2Gp acres
Tho highest point Is toward tho east
end Puu Knhoolaxvc, eleVAtlon, 1427
feet; Kahoolawo Is visited, by but
few persons. Who'n ono docs fco, the
trip is usually mado by whaleboat
or gasoline launch from Lahalnn.
"The Island of Kahoolawo consists
of ote gbvornment land, nt prcson
under an expiring lease hold by Mr
Ebcn P. Low, that runs out on Janu
ury 1, 1913, This leaso was for
merly held by Mr, C, C. Conradt, now
it Pukoo, Molokal, nnd wns trans
fcrrcd by him to Mr Low n fpw
jcars since. Prior to that time the
Island had passed through man)
hands. It has been used contlnu
ously for many years for iho graz
ing or cattle, and especially of sheep
A great part of tho time It has be,cr
badly overstocked, n condition which
has resulted In tho destruction or thr
Original cover of vegetation, tollow
ed by erosion and tho loss ot larg
quantities ot valuable soil, much nt
which has llterully bcon blowi. nwuj
to sea by tho sfrongtrado winds.
"It is snld by those who knew
tho Island In former tjmes that there
used to bo considerable forest on the
higher land and a good cover of na
tho glasses over tlio rest ot tho Is
land. It. tccent years toll donuda
tlon has gone on so rapidly that now
large ureas havo been eroded down
to hard pan. These anas are con
itnntl) Increasing In size, and It it
much to bo reared that unless tht
process le checked w(thlrr a compara
tlvely short time, by far tho largoi
part of the Isl.Ind will be reduced
to n llko condition. In many placet
aro to be scon tall columns ot sol
protected by n bit of tint. These
show the original depth ot tho sol
and serve as an index ot tho great
quantity that has been lost.
"In it few ot tho moro sheltered
gulches are scattering algaroba trect
ai.d eltewhore on the Island aro ,re
mains ot tlie oldtfmo growth Itc
lleved ot the constant cropping ot
shfep, the young plants from those
trtcrf would hofp In bringing hack
"Ecascns for Reclaiming Knhoolaw'e
"On general principles It s evi
dent that In a coiiimunlty botiovlnf
n conservation, such wasto as, Is now
going pn on an Island that was for
merly as iiroducUvo us was jOinoo.
lawo, ought to be stopped, As cro
slou continues, tile Island beconies, o
less and less valuo to tho people ol
the Territory, whereas, wero Kahbo
lawe to be effectively reclaimed, II
could in time again bo undo to be
a valuable nsset. Personally 1 nm
not In favor of nny largo conill
turo on Knhonlnwn under tho flna
clal conditions thnt now obtain
Wednesday, July 20,
Hawaii and Maul portsClaudlno,
stmr., a, m.
Kauai ports W. O. Jlall, stmr.,- a.
Per S. S. Makurn, for Vancouver
July 19 Sam Ortpn, Mrs. Leola Or
ion, Miss Ocrtrudo Tozhour, H. W.
Pope, T. A. Camoy, Miss Nclla Ellis
on, Miss Clara Long, Miss C. Llbby
McAbeo, Miss Myra Tumor, Mrs.
Knto Cable, Miss Dlancho Menuer, E.
R. McDuOlc, Miss Nancy Hunt, Miss
Agnes Illmmon, Miss Carolyn Young,
Miss Emily Carvln, Miss Grace Shan
non, P. P. ShocmaHcr, Thomas nnd
Alfred Rett, Mrs. Jcsslo licit, T. D.
Smcvcrton, Mrs, Louisa Siilovcrton,
I, O. Rothwcll, William Simpson, Mr.
and Mrs. James Tdggart and' 3 chil
dren, Peter Scott, J. F. McKarklc, M.
Turin, J ,L. Collmm, Mrs; MnrthA
Onn7Cl, John Handle)-, Florence, Etsto
ind Laura lbson, Miss J. I Colburn,
Gibson McDonald, Miss Emily Adams,
Mrs. John Cullcn, E. I.tix, Mr, nnd
Mrs C. Castend)k, Arthur Handy, Mr
and Mrs. Edward Dank, J. Murray,
Joseph Leonard, Knrahl Kanal, E
Norrlo. W. IL Hoogs, Miss Elslo Eg.
gcrt, C. J. Cooper, Mrs. Kate A. CoO'
per, A. Mackenzie, J. II. Flddcs
L, -- ,i.
TllE DETAILS for the transfer of
the local marlno railway froni tho
uossesslon ot James Lyle to the lrt
'or Island .Steam Navigation Company
iro said to hnvo been completed nnd
tho concern will now bo operate!
under iho now management. As tho
ntcr Island steamers havo herctofQro
largely figured In the work dono at
ho )nrds. Tho Inter-Island Company
akes over tho lease- from tho govern
ABOUT FIFTY passengers sucqaod
-d In securing booking" nnd getting
iway for tho mainland, by Ibo Cana
linn-Australian liner Makura. Tho
cssel completed tho discharge of n
imall general cargo and sailed fron
lakca wharf at halt past eight last
tcnlng. Wlillo at this port a quan'
Ity or cargo was In ft which win bo
'ransferrcd to tho Mnrama and by
that vessol bo carried to Fanning Isl
tnd. UNDER TIJB nusplccs of tho Civil
Service Comrnlssfon an o'xamlnntldn
it applicants for tho position ot stcno
Trnphcr and Opevvrltir will bo held
it Honolulu on July 26th. All appR
'atlons for tho position must bo be
foro Collector ofuCustoms Stackable
by 4:30 p m. on July 25th.
IT IS EXPECTED that a mainland
mall will arrlvo tomorrow morning
by the Matson Navigation chartered
vtc'nmcr Novadan. Tho vessel IS
bringing down n fair general cargo
'or Island ports.
ACCORDING to Information receiv
ed In this city tho .Japapcso Rnitf
Chl)o Mnru sailed from San, Fran
cisco nt noon jestordny. Tho vessel
is enrouto to tho Orient by tho way
SMOOTH SEAS nnd fino weather
havo been met with by tho Pacific Mall
finer Manchuria reported last night
by wireless as 435 miles off the port
'nrouto to, San Franciscq.
BLANGHARD, CilULD ,
MIT HIKE TEAM
E 11, l)lanchard.,thp newly appoint
d Food, Commissioner and Analyst,
ind who was one of, tho selected rlflq
'cam to go to Camp Perry, found out
it tho last moment that ho could not
nako tho trip with tho N. G. II. boys.
1h appointment for his now position
was confirmed by cablo, and he hud
to start In at work this morning.
Ulanchard was on his way down to
ho steamer this morning when word
cached him that .he, was cxppcted lo
'ako up his now duties at once. This
sudden ciiango loft tho number of
Guardsmen shy ono, but as thcro nro
threo alternates with tho team, every.
hlng will be alright.
m a n rt n a it a n
Hawaii. There mo n considerable
'uimbor ot jotal(tle"s throughout the
Territory that deserve, and should re!
elvo attention before tho very lim
ited funds ut the. disposal ot the
peal gov eminent nro drawn uppn for
fdhoolawe, except (ho comparatively
imal) Bum, thai pi ay ba needed (6
rid tbo (stand of, animals that nro
iot removed by tho lessee at tho ex
jlrailon ot tho present, lease. H'ut I
lo djstlnctl) bellevo hat Uio Island
ihould bo definitely withdrawn from
he list gf lundssuMcct to lease
and put Into a class where. If tlio
line does come w'hpn thorp aro fundti
from uny source that may approprl
itely bo used tor such work, moro
letivp steps towards Its reclamation
ould nt once bo undertaken. Tills
' believe ran best fip done by mnUIng
'ahoolnwo n forest reserve Anil
this Is tho nnln object of tho pro
posal thnt It be so set apart,
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ON PAGE EIGHT,
Yuesday, Jul 10.
Kaifal ports Klnau, stmr., 6 p m.
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports
Mlkahala, stmr., 5 pm,
Hamakua coast ports Hcleno,
stmr., G p. m,
Vnncouverf Makura, 0.-A. 8. 8,
8; 3,0, p ,m, ,
Wednesday, July 20.
San Frahelsco Wllholmlna', M. N.
H, S, 10 a. m.
San Francisco Sl'or'ra, O. S. 8, 10
n. m, ' '
Per M, N, S. S. Wllhclmlna for Sail
Francisco, July 20,--Mlss p. II Mof
fat, Miss Elslo Waldron', Miss E. Hut
chason, Mr. Jt W. Dcrgstrom, Mr. U.
O, Hinders, Mr.) O. H, Ingalls,. Mr.
r .0. riartlett, Mrs. F. O. Dartlott, and
son; Miss E. 8asakl, Miss E. Aknmii,
Miss Wyatt, Mrs. W)att, Miss Pansy
O. Roberts, Miss Nora Towner, Mis
M, Atcn, Miss A. von Tcmpsky, Mrs.
Dora von ,Tcmpsky, Miss, S. Cockett,
Mrs. It. Slcmscn, Mr, nnd' Mrs. W. O.
rranklln, JIlss y, Peterson Mrs. D.
J. Curran, Mrs. II. A. Peterson, Mrs.
W. II Frlcdly, Mrs. E. A. Ames, Paul
do la Vorgnc, Prof, V. Thompson,
Srgt. Oustnv Dloodolc, W. H. Per
kins, Mr. R. E. Mist, Master von
Tcmpiky, Mr. F. 1). Urnden, Mr. J.
F. McCarthy, Mr, J. W. Pope, Mrs.
Horace Johnson nnd 3 children, .MIss
A, Pangellrtan, MrsW...C. M6orc,
Miss M. Vance, Miss' JI. Thorscn,
Miss O. A. Arnold, Miss S. C. Stcr
rltt, Mrs. n. O'Sulllvah: Mrs. D. 8.
Hcrriek. Mrs. II. Ii: Berry. Mrs. A. It.
Ourroy, MIbs O. Wllltong, Mrs. N. C.
Wlllfong,, Miss Ethel S. Hnnson, Mlsti
fr. Shlpman, Mrs. i. Marklcy, Mr. F.
N, Pnyno, Mr. A. Gomes,. Miss U,
Hurt. Mrs. Franklin Hurt, Mr. A. Ha
milton, Mr. E. Downing. Miss L. Glr
ln, Mrs. J. W. Glryln, Mrs. A. P.
Knight, Miss Allco Thompson. Mrs.
II. C. Coleman, Mls's Nclla F. Ellison,
Miss A. Harrington, Miss Mary Sex
ton, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stetson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. O. It. Ogler, Pf- C. B. Coop
er, Mr. J. A. McCnndlcss,, Mr. F.
Klnmp, Master L. Williams, Mr, nnd
Mrs. J. N, S. Williams and chlld Mlta
Klnmp, Mrs. II. Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. D. Ruddy. Mr. and Mrs. CJeo. A.
Smith, Miss Edith Meier, Mr. and
Mrs. W. O, 8mlth, mV,.A. D. Castro.
Mr. nnd Mrs. U E, Hcwlns. Mr. and
Mrs. Vm. Walsh, Mr,, and Mrs. II. C.
Ross, Mrs. C. , Diggs, Miss K. Mc
Carthy, Mr. J. A. McEwen', Mr. J. L.
Clark, Mr. C. Wright, Mr. D. Bow
man, Miss M. C, Fostor, L. Abrams,
Mm. Abrams, F. N, Payne, C. W. Mac
fnrlano. Miss E. F. Mist, Mrs. H." W.
Mist, Rev. E. T, Simpson, wife nnd
2 children. t
Per O, 8; 8. Sierra,' for San Fran
Cisco, .July ,20. Mr. and Mrs. 8. E.
Sphecjlno, J. P, Erdman, Mrs. 8. M,
Needhani, MlsstNcedham, Miss M. T.
Kluchel, R. W. Robinson, R. P. Drake,
E. P. Letson. W. O. Irwin, Miss T.
Fahy, O. Bush," Aatln Whlto, Mrs.
W. Abloy, Miss M. Qasse, J. 8. Mar
row, Miss V.. Falrwoahcr, Mrs, N. B.
Emerson, Miss 8. C, Stcrrett, Mrs F.
Burt, Miss E. E. iMcler, E. R. Alex
ander, A. W. Emerson, Mrs. Sturte
vant, Miss Jary, Mrs. L. Baldwin,
Mlss,N. Burt, Miss Ryan, C. A. Mc
intosh, R. E. Bond,, R. E. Mist, C. 8.
Brown, I. Rubepstpln, C. II. Ltpplu
pott, F. B. Wltnlngton.. A,. F. Dredge.
Major Riley, Mrs. and Miss Koefer,
W. I Flotchor, W. Simpson. Miss E.
Kamnka, Miss M. Clark, Misses B.
and A. Goldsmith, Mrs. Blufn, Mr.
and Mrs. 8turtqvant, AHss Plnkerton,
Mrs. Pallcston, L, Hofnlngsburgcr,
Cnpt. Foster, Jas. McCaudless, Mrs.
M. B. Noblo, Mrs. J. S, Child's, Mrs.
AV, A. Anderson, J. H. 8chnuck, C.
F. Jenkins, M. Brodcrlck Mrs. t3ao.
pjcr, Miss L. AholoMIss N, F. El
lison, Mrs Ge)v Martin, W. Kasse
oenr W, Hcastand, Mr, and Mrs. a.
A, Becker, .J. K. Farloy.F. Fa'rloy,
Mr. npd Mrs. ,W. Cannon, Mrs. F.
Leo, Miss Lee, Mrs. C. A. BeUVn, Mr.
and Mrs. E. T. SlnpsonKMrp0Jycr
and bon, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hayden,
Mrs. J, Winter, Miss AC. JM, MacDon
aid, Miss M. Anderson; E, ,H. Brown,
Dr. Walker, Mfstf, Madden, Miss
O'Kecfp, Miss Huntsman, Miss Bald
win, Mr. and Mf?.'E."A. R9S8, Miss
L. Bt Putren, Miss D, Mnckoll. Misses
S, and T, Burtschen, E. C, Bond, W.
M. Glffard, C. II. Llpplncott, Major
Qua Rose, Lieut, J, W. Short, ,L.
Houdlette, M(ss M- Klngsley, Mrs.
Olivor and child, Captain, Foster. Mr.
and Mrs, James Lylo, C, P. Melllst,
Mrs. StejJart. C, 0. 0'NolnH, II. Wll
Hams, Captain C. M. Coster, Captain
Ed. Hopkins, Lieut. L. Evans, Ser
geant T. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. E E.
Smith, Captain F. B,. Angus, Mr. Sil
va, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Tnggart, Jno.
sl0D0 , ,j
Per stmr, Klnau, for Maul , ports,
July 19 Mrs. C. Miller, Miss Had Icy.
A.. C.Cobu'rn, Mrs. E, E. Conant, Mrs.
Jas. Campslo, II. W. F. Purvis, Irs.
Purvis, Miss Puryls, Mrs. J, Hazolton
Por stmr. Miknhala, for Maul and
Molokal ports, July 19 Miss, L K.
Burns, Miss Mabel Meyer, Mrs. V.
Moyor, Glen Howard, J. ,F, Rack.
t- " . . 1 i- -
Per stmr. Claudlno, for Maul and
Unwell ports, July 21. Mian O. .
Schulngos, A, Ilarioberg
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