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MONDAY: , v
leahl 'o. 2Hegtilar.
Oceanic First Degree.
lllnnnlinn Tlilril Degree.
til viaitlug members of tor
uder are cordially Invited to
ittend meeting nf local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hal
7:30 P. M.
limine rumurrnni juemoeri 01
manirtr. poinccny otter Ao
BENEFICIAL ASSqiATIOK. ciaticm. cor
HAEMONY LQDQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
C. It. HENDRY, Secretary
H. E. McCOV, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHTJ LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. ot.p.-Hall..
corner Fort and fjeretanlaxytsttrnir
oromers coraiauy invited to attend
WM. JONES, 0.'d "- '
0. F. HEINE. K. U, a "
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. VfcO-fcrjM
Meoii every first and third Thurs
day of' each month at Knights ol
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llallv Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TOUO, C. of K.
HON0LU1U AERIE 140. P. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4 th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanlaoand. Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
nrt W. R ItlLEY, V. P. si.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec- "-
HONOLULU LODGE 610. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 0. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on' Klnj
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, Sec,
WM. MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8.
K. OP P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Snturdav
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. II. A. TAYLOR. 0. 0.
E. A. JAfODSON. K. R. S.
Wherever paint i needed,
Lewersfc Cooke, Ltd.
177 So. Kinr; 'Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEF
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Night Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harriion
,-,Has been culled. and Is DUB JUNf
vj0.ana.wttw,wup u wn
8 ' '
Blind Pjg And Opium
. Seller (augW At.;i
Chlcf McTliirn and tiln nloitltin paid
a visit to Wn'pahu nml. Alr.i 1,-nt
night, and tfoic fry fortnhale In fcff-
ting in touch with two I licit endora
of booze mid one seller of nplom.
Tsunada wat the Walpahu admir
er of tho morning paper and ho was
running a blind pig ami doing a roar
ing hmlncs. Iln wni caught red
handed and llio marked roln that nl
wayH llgurcs In a ease like that, wis
found In his possession.
While tit Walpahu, tho Chief
thought that ho would rail ami Bi?e
Mr. Wong l.eo. who wan suspected
of selling lhi lioppy Julep to nnyojfie
who had 111 ' necessary prlt'.P. An
Informer v. a gten n marked coin
and ho had ni sooner got tho opium
and paid fur It. whm McDufilc landed
In and grabbed the seller.
Then tho nulo tixik a run nrOund
for n while and finally reached Mat
suynma Shii'h place and the old mark
cil coin noon worknl overtime nnd
bought somo beer. The proirlcrur of
this blind pig wan Ktudylng one of
Woolley's editorials when Mcliiiirio
dropped In. and arrested ' him after
finding the coin with a eroM on It In
the- Japaneno' pocket.
This morning ot tho pdllea court
Tsunada forfeited hN ball money of
1100 and did not make any kick
about tho matter, In fact hn did not
show up In tho vicinity nf the court
at all. Wong I.oo. the seller of Opium
was fined $50 nnd costH, and Matsu
.una, tho booio Jljpenser had his
case sent over till Monday next.-
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"athome" to visitors only during the
mornings, the whole of the afternoons
being devoted to tho-reikrt.
Already nearly all chiefs' who report
to the Governor and upon whose re
ports ho bases bis Own, have submit
ted .n! record Of nqtotniilUhnient for
tho twelve' months ending' with Juno
30 and these records are ready to be
Incorporated Into tho report which
SOfKfoJ-wqrd to Washington.
This year the report Is scheduled
to nrrlvo tit headquarters In the na
tion's capital Jjy the first of Septem
ber and this means mailing here by
tho middle of August.
The data 'sit for the submitting of
tho report this year Is nearly four
weeks ahead of the time that It has
reached Washington In years past,
and this is ono roanon why other
things must take a buck seat until tho
report Is finished,
The Governor wishes to Incorporate
in the report the census statistics of
(ho Territory but. this will probably
be Impossible In the manuscript copy
which is sent on. However, at least
the total population ot the different Is
lands and towns will be at hand by
tho time the first proofs como from
Washington of tho roport and at. that
time an additional section will be add
od covering the census findings of the
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(Continued from Page 1)
calling us Indians. Ho ought to be
rshamed of himself. He has degraded
Jiir condition and Is still trying to
disfranchise us from exercising our
"If ho Is a man of courago, let him
come forward and speak to us Hn
. allaiiB, what he IntenCs to do with
h. Jt Is his placo to coma here anJ
xplalntho reason why ho Insulted
ur good, lovable and peaceable race,
Lot us show him next Tuesday that
we can hadlo our local affairs with
out his valueless and 'unreasonable
"Who is responsible, for llqiior'traf
1c here?" asked Markham,
"Why. ono of Woolloy's kind was
irlglnally responsible for bringing tho
liquor to Hawaii ncl, It was the
wimo iiuiii mm urui uruugni ma II;
quor hero and taught tho Hawaiian'
to drink It.
"I would like to teo him and hear
him tell about prohibition. "1 hcai
that he Is afraid to como out an''-
fnco the audience. What ho has been
telling to a few of tho people of Mt
kind and ot his belief would not hi
lirnce us one way or tho other. J
am suro that tho Hawaiian will vote
down Woolley and his proposition,"
Before descending from the stand
ho Invited tho prohibitionists to come
LOCAL AND GENERAL
i. i hi i
II goes wlksnt sltj-isg' that veryi
thing 'U fcest at The Eficote. "
Quality ii first ttlth'-Lctthcail ani
Woodward In making soda water.
f n. Hofgaard has been appointed
district magistrate at Walmea, Kauai.
. Unr till this mornlh? r,C,9. .".nlnWin.
Blbjis;,1)ad been registered at- the W i
A'ttorney AchI waa 'allowed attor
ney's foes of 250 by Judge Robinson
In his suit against Emma DreW
For distilled water, HtrJa "Itoot
Reer and all other popular' drinks.
Illng lip-phone 7t. Cousolldatod Soda
Jerry Itooney 'Is now at the Aiiloltaln land now occupied with the Tor-
Livery Co. with his Packard car.'rltnry for other land upon which lo
No. .270,. Hotel and Union streets; j construct a wagon road at Kahiilul.
puune u, .
Illll Chilton, the motor-
had n narrow escape from
dent Inst night when he ran full tilt.
Into a man-hole thai had been left
open on King street. Chill on wm
thrown ilown'bnt could not fit' through
tho cjrclc nrtri remained on top. The
motorcycle w'os slightly damaged Init
Chlltop pRCnped Injury.
Hawaiian views printed on post
cards are held to bo views "within
the United States," according to n
decision made Saturday by the board
of United Stutes general appraisers.
Tho test case before the board stood
In the narrie of I-'. 1 fl. Harper &
Co. of San Francisco. The cards,
which' Wer prli.ted lltlingr:i;ihlcaly,
were assessed for duty at thd Vato
of 16 cents a pound and 2B 'neiV'ciinl.
ad valorem under the provision of
the tnrlff act of 1909 for "views of
landscapes, scene, building, pln're or
locality In tho United States."'1
Thn Imiinritiifr nnnnitrn sai nn ittn I
coritentlon that thn rards .11,1 not de-!
nIM llliiitrnllnni uillhln Iho iinftiilArl
meaning ot tho United Sta(es'"ahd,
aitordlngly, lower duty was claim
ed'. One ot tho claims advanced Svas
that. Ilic4irtlcles should be allowed to
enter ns printed matter at 25 per
cent., 'or as manufactures of paper
with a tax of 35 per cent., while an
alternate claim was for an hpprOprl
ate rate under the provision In' the
lav 'for lithographic prints. New
York Commercial, Juno '20'.
nhend- nnd take the stand lkd-- trjen.
Milt nono availed tlcmsclves of 'tho
Tomorrow, 'another antl-prohlbltloii
nipefiig will bo conducted ,t tho
same' piace. The'ro will, be nidro
speaker's' present, lt"'ls expected that
Woollo'y- and a few tot his Hawaiian
lieutenants will como forward. -to faco
tho music. Markham and others'' will
lie-thurq with tho goods.
U- i vi.jr-4',' , '.It . ' if, i I. af ' t i. ai 15.1 n."
4 , . i --i .; - lilt .rf j,.,
They have just been opened
" in the rear of the'
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
Entrance from the alleyway near King Street
A beautiful line of Automobiles on
i r s
City Transfer -Co., '
JAS. H. LOVE.
BE LAin OUT
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(Cofrtlnued from Paje 1)
II ni if it in;
Union streets; . construct n wagon road at Kahiilul. kcoiers lo oiwn their doorS and re-'.-,
I , tV' .'?y ""'" '" j,1,.r1"f0 " lot move tho screens li.lrlllg, 'fcuslneis
:oWple 'offlwr. Jj !n.l nt A Iowa Heights offer nr, 2,hours."-Prol.lbltlon ngAil. - "
om n bad ace r It- w. 1-. Knnborn of lr iiee e; -,. , . . " , ,-
.' " ii, T.'i-Innifiiinn u-t.i.nn .n ip, i.n.i ii The nhovo statement was made by
Plantation wishes to lease land nt
W: D, Adams will purehaso three wl, 1"ivn hrPa travelling jirnund the
abres-of-Kawalloa l.ele tract, 'Oaliu, Islands, and Jn Hie eourso of'llilr
and Vlrst National Hank or llllo wilt rampalgn, found the trile' sentiment
buy lots 5 IS nnd M0 now held under of the llnwullnti voters to be against
lo'sSo M llllo. It offers nn upset the jWoollc-y propaganda. In some of
price br $17.2.-3. ' uhe Island districts -they found that
11. II, Illtcheack would exchangs they wcro not received with open
Jbii.I ,wllh the Territory nt Hnlapitc,'nnnq i,y PVen some of their Intimate
.Molokal, ! friends. Notwithstanding the cool re
' A.Jnpanrto. Kamolkl Kantaro-, po.' tong ,. ,V0(, , , ,.
iJ T " .- , ?m "";' ? '" itlJ'hey ret. rn hero nt.tl submit to
ncrcB of Apana 0 at llllo offering $75 , , . ' .
rt,n,nj licndqunrters oncoiaging reports. ,
Abraham IC.' KeKal asks lo pur-1 ' 'tbey dn nnt rnre wh'6-wl happen
chase Jot , ,11 , at llniiula, and T. II. on lection dny. What they hre after
Lyons would like to-exchange for land H ttcf country (rips. They do not,
land at Walclni, Mdtil, H!lot oh Punch- however, deny the fact thnt they were
bowL street) Honolulu, nciir Itoyal nlwnys working for tho success of the
School. ' ; i party which they represent but seem
Marston Campbell has "asked an- to tli'lnl; Unit the Jig Is up nlrendy.
prova) of tho Hoard for subdivision! Kver since Knnlho, "the (,'unnon
nnd sale of Kuwllt. Kish Pondfi. n it-u ..i t.i.i. i . . i
,. , r , r ' .
trnft oMand which has recently !.. i
iee!a!iried. ' .
70A itfokhl.i, Wnlaliii,
Jinitii ,! Illlt'nni in ivup 11 illll nv I
Entered 'for Becord July 20, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
"? . W ' n'"1 1,sl'
to j-; a
j isniau to uina migar i;o mil.uaii That the voters on Molokal wcre,
S Suglmoto to Olaa Sugar Co nnxlously vnltlng for Knniho to come
J,t'd' . . . , . .. , CM Jhpro ugaln with "bon.PstiellB" Is ey-
list Of .Charles V rimy by dilmx Idenced by the remnrks of a few Sib,
to W C AeJil, tr Uel ! loknlans who arrived henflust Sun-
A M Merrill by nlty to Alice ',UJ. 1Cy calm tJmt h.mi,ho ,ms
l.K.eaweetnl . .......Ite ,BCC1, (w mnttcr befo0 hfm u
Ilono;,!!,, Iry floods Co . . .Co-P D senrchllght. that he
S'Dreler'LtT .. .. .f ' "?-' ln,t llP ,ro,"bU,on Bc,c fro'
Entered for Becord luly 21. '1010.
Haona Kaeo nnd wt to Warn-
AnMAVI . I .
li"'F.,l.oWls'nha' f lo'll V T
Charlie Ileynolds met with an accI-U""11 ,0 6r":s Tin ack. has cabled
dent yesterday afternoon as I.c was"8 ono wori1 "Correct," and tnnt
' . .B..n..rn K n . l.n .n.. l.l.l ... .,..
driving Ills' llllo auto number COD
around tho corner of Pllkol and Dere
tanla streets. -The' car skidded ou tho
oily road, and da,8bcd Into u tpjcphpno
post, no one was Injured but the car
-was considerably damaged
Come and See Our ,
King and Bishop Streets
"It wo want prohibition. hire In.JIn-
wnll, I menu n good prohlblllnn, the
0n'y Vvay to do Is compel tho saloon
kcoier lo open their doo'fa -and re-
",w "l " le" ,n0 prnniiiitinn agents
'lilll Ul lMllill.il, ...IIVI-U 111 11.111 lllUlll'
spp)lc,PK , thn" jent1i ou Maul.,
i,,.. -,.,i., ,i,, v0,;lv,ii. ,i, ,.
"n-. "avn co,;fi , r,l., that
they have been misinformed by Iho
oolleyltcs. Ono of tho prominent
- lenrncrs o: Jinui, wno is visiting in
wuen nsKcu apout l lie pieut-
'"'M, sr.ld that prohibition wil
i.r,'' " ""' "'" stnteircnti
corroboiiitcit by somo of tho prohlbl-
D tlou ne'enttf.
Tlu Soon will soon bo on his way
l!,ac!t..,I! "?" ?.n1 he ""f ?
'br)llghtSherlff Heiiry .wltM delight.
luiuy woaus, wno weni in me main-
Dliuna tliilk 411U mull iicsiu III uubiimij
at San Francisco Is really tho' want
Lowering tho gas makes tho world
brighter to lovers.
DDltJ0NAU',HJ.MN(,p,N Mt. CIQHTft
Thurtday, July S.U l ' ' '
fsland ports Mol WahlnoK och.j ,i.
Hawaii ports Lifelike, atrnt,, a.a:
, Nr.wi'nr:LRas'4iiipar(itiM has
. - . ryi t
been Installed on liharil the Canadian
f Australian liner Maritmti. Tlils;,veiJ-
sol has sent In n report rthnouhr(nfc
the arrival of tho vessel aU Honolulu
on or about eighty-thirty Friday even
ing. Arrangements havo been mado
wheTMiy thn P'ederal ipinrantlnc onl-
eers will lioard' tho vessel should Mlio
nrrlvo off the port' hffn.ro nlnn o'clock.
It Is' understood that the Mnrama Is
bringing down ultc,n number of pas
sengers from llio northwest, A small
cargo will bo left nt thn port. Tho
vessel will ho given a prompt, dis
patch l! Australian ports via t-'nn.
ulng liiland , and Suva, ihrnugh the
ogcticy of Theo'. II, Ilavles & Co. J
TllI-2 I'ltUIOllT LIST of tho
steamer Claiidlno, from Hawaii nml
Maul ports, Included 2,0 cords' wood,
&6 c.ws h6ney, 32 'hogs.and 263
pa'ckagrs sindrlt. TheClntulIno
meifcWirn line weniuer on inn .noine-
YESTKRDAY'S OHPAUTtlltl-IS for
the maliilauil Included the Ameri
can wh.bo'ncr Omega, which arrived'
here-on, July 1 'with a thlpment of
lumber' roi'islgu'ed t6 tho' Hawaiian
TIIR INTKn-lSLAND steamer i.l
kcllko has arrived from Ilaninkua
ports with a shipment of flimar ami
sundries. Tho vessel returned to Ho
nolulu this morning.
TIIR MATSON NAVIOATION B. 8.
Lurllne Is reported to have nrrjved
at San KrnnelKi'n nn last Tuesday,
After remaining at the port of
Honolulu slnco June 18, the Amer
ica u bark It. P. Itltbet will bo dis
patched for San Krancts.-n at 4
o'clock this nfternon.n, taking a ship
ment of sugar amounting to seven
teen hundred tons.
Ten passengers havo booked for
San Francisco by Captain Drew's
popular .bark. The Ulthet has been
handled through the agency of C,
Ilrewer & Co.
Owing to tho dftnrully In scenr
Ing freight offerings fur the old II me
windjammers, the return of the bark
Ulthet to Honolulu Is problemati
cal. Doth .tho Auulo Johnson nud
the Andrew' Wlsh, which ha've here
toforo made more or le,ss regular
trips betWceri Sdh Frnhtflscd and Ho
nolulu, havo benu laid tip at Oak
laud Creek. Captain Kelly of tho
Welch, who IS well known here in
bueiness and fraternal circles, write:
that he has hopes of some time be
Ing transferred to n steam vesse
making Honolulu a port of colli At
tlio present Unio tho outlook fdr the
Andrew Welch tilnl several othe,
iinllcrs resuming business between
tho .mainland and the Islands 'lr
rather a gloomy oue. Tho Amerl
can.IIawallan and Mntson .steamer!
appear to clean up. the business'.
' -UNDER REPAIR
' ' '. t t ' !
The engines of ithetllnlte'd Blalei
revenue cutter Thetis nro undergo
Ing repairs ond''thnt vessel may hi
laid "up for at Jeajt n iiK'ntli ti'etun
,'tho vi'prji Is completed.' ' ' '
j "The1 Thetis liaa been 111 commls
slon In Hawaiian waters for a con
isldernble period Without having re
Jcelvcd inu';tj attention to her ma
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Oahu Isl
' and, S'ly sldt Honolulu Harbor Kn
tranco Entrnnco Oas Huoy, No. l,.rv
ported occulting Irregularly, will
havo Its regular characteristic' restor"
ed ns soon as 'practicable, 'I '
San Fra.nclspo Uay, California.;
: Notice Is hereby glyon that San An
tonlo Creek Bu6y No'. 1 a 2nd.-'clasi
spar, Is retried adrift. It wlll'bt
replaced us soon as practicable.
San Francisco Day, California.
Notice is also given that South San
Francisco Heacou, a 4-rille 'beacon
heretofore marking the liori'h side
of the dredged channel 'leading to
the San Ilruno Canal, South San
Francisco, which was destroyed lii'
February, 1910, has been perma
nently discontinued, It being no
longer of use as an aid to liavlga
Humboldt Hay, California. No
tice Is hereby given that Clarke
Slough ' Light No. 6, heretofore re
ported destroyed and the" light ex
tinguished, was rebuilt and relight
ed June 29. ' '
Wednffdsy, July ?a.
Oraya llarbor'-r-Eanada, Am, nch.,
p. tt, '' ' " '
Aberdeen brriflejt.'ArJ. scri., p. m.
' ThUrtday, ,uly, 21.
lljlo and rulae-ilbhtcalrn, French
cnllcrj-, h. m. '
i jrtrr.'CJaiKllrt,-from Hawaii
nnd Maui ports, ,lu'jy 20. M.Im i.
A. Ilowcher, jatnes tlowcher, U.
llalno, I). . Ma'yt Obrdon Vakefleld,
Mrs. W1. A, Anjlersdn, )' Ka'nekd,
Jatne..- Vnrion' Mrf. It: Mopl'er. A.
Anilrmle, A. Kbhs; Jatnefl iooy, A.
Illchley, Mrs. Illrhiey,' K, cllnrt
Jr., Sllss S. K. Ilar(. Mss M. Tow
J:fr, Mrs: O. flcggs.'.'R. R, Hat tie, O.
It. Soitzn, Mr, arid Mrs. I, Muramaka.
Mr, nml Mrs. J Xnwnrnkl, W. R.
'Ati'deison, I), voji Teinpaly, MUs von
Teroptky,SlBHter von Tempsky,' MIs
J. Davidson, I). ,Lelth, C. D. Litfkln.
J. K, .Q.inuon,, Itev'. ,C. .0. Ithnmham,
Mrn'. Iliirnham, .8. A. Sawallsh, Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. Matsushita, Mr. nc
Mrs. A. Frellas; iU. Ling, '
PA8aENQER3 BOOKED I
Per Am: Dark 11. IVTIIthnt-fnr flan
Francisco, July 21. L. He Cow, Mrs.
J. L-. Vlnnedge, Mrs. F. R. Hnffne)',
T. .Dozlcr, Y. Uoilcr, M. Doohms, Mrs.
borlitas, A. II. .Uilslol. Mrs. Ilrlstol.
Per' Wmr. W. Ol Hall, for Kauai
poris.Uuly 21. Mrs. A. Schleber, MrH
J. fimlth," II. A. Moeler. Mm. J. Hel
led, Mrs. II. Clark,. II, Itelclmrt, Mls.4
II. Ilrt.0. Moyno, It. W. F. Purvis,
Mrs. Puryls. Wj II. lllco Jr., Jt. U
Hnlsoy, Jas. LKrlelo Jr.
Per stmr. Claiullne' for Maul nhit
Hawaii ports; July 22. Miss A. E.
Jmii; Miss C,.fK. Schwelzcr, Mrs. W.
S.'Clilllliig'wortli:' Mrs. 8. F. Chilling
worth. C. I), l.iifkln, M. Iladley, Miss
Klngfjiury, Miss l.ee, II. M. Roberts,
A. llcneherg, Mrs. (leo. Wilbur, Mrs.
Qrnsl, M. (Irnsl. M. Morllnotll, J. R.
naiiuiin, Mrs. (InnriAn, Father Itodrl
gues, J-"alher Juatln, J, Knuohele,
Per stmr, Klnau ' for Kauai ports,
July 2C J. II. Dole. II. II. llrodlo.
Mrs. Voss, Miss (Iraham.-'M'ss A. K.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa for Kond nnd
Kan tiorts, July:' 2C.4-Mrs. M. F. Pe
ters, Henry Davis, Mrs. J. F. Melon
phy, Mrs. W. It. Farrlngto'n and 3
children. O, F. Maj'dwell, Mrs. May
dwell, N. Fernandez, Miss It. Fernatt
Jcz. A. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez.
1Per stmr. Mauna Kea. for'HIlo and
wayiligrts.Jrtly; 2. J. 1). Heed, Mrs
Reed. Itcv. Anlt, J, R. Turner, A. F.
Jltdd.-W. O. Smith. Miss .Alice Hen
.lry. Miss Winter, Miss Peaucr, Miss
W. Foster, I H.Co'rey,, Mrs. Corey,
Mrs. X. O. Ferguson; 'Miss R. M. Ar
thur! Rinma-Hall, Kdytho Hall,' J. A.
Porrlda, Itev. D, W. K, White, I. M.
Cox, "Mrs. Cos1, J, D, 'Cox, Miss E.
iVjiMMr-i. Hugo itoblnowltz, Mrs. O.
L. 'Sn'n'nders,' Miss Sailor, Miss Luh
man, Miss Pletzman, Miss Salisbury,
Mrs. F. P. Ilerlschy, Mlsi llertschy,
II. L. Ilenson. I.nura IC White, Miss
Kllllnn, Mln's Aycrs.
' WATERFRONT NOTES f
WiltRLESS' IlKPOflTS from oil
jvard and' lnwnrii-hound steanrers re
ceived last evening In everWtnnco
report flno weather within n radius
-l seven hundred miles of .Honolulu,
the 'following' ships ha,ve been heard
S. S. Mnr.ania, .nt' Sea, July 20,
3 p. n. Will arrive fe;30 p, m., Fri
day.' S. S. WJlhelmlna, at Se.vJuly 20.
3i30 p, m. 138 miles out of Hono
lulu; "light cast winds, sea smooth.
S. S.jllcrra, at, Scai'july 20. 8
iJ. m. 140 mllM from Ilonilulu;-Eea
imootfi. j f
S. .8. Manchuria, at Sea, July 20,
3 p. in. 773 miles Out of ijunolulu;
'Ji:.e weather, ' ' ?.
S. 8. Makura, at Sea, July 20, S
p. m.-.-3!ir( miles from Honolulu; sea.
NOTHINO AS YRT has beon heard
from the Norwegian bark Lady Kllz
abeth, en route from Ilremerhaven
to" Honolulu, and now out one bun
ked and thlrty.tseven. (lays from, thn
aermn,tipr)rt. ,Th Is vessel li'mlng
,o' thflk agency of III llackfeld &.Co
nd thbuld arrive ")iefe any day.
PliRSteR IxSo'AN of the Inter-Is-land.steaBier
W..0L Hall reports the
ojlowlrig sugar awaiting shipment
on. Kauai; M. A, K 1125 baes:
Mxll,; 7047; K. K. P;, 4000; K. 8.
Ml, 3100; IC. P., 2389; M. S. Co.,
3000; K. S. Co., 1500; K.. 2949; II.
TUB AMHRlCAN.tSCIIOONRrt Rs-
pada, which arrived here on June
30 with a Bhlpmcut of lumber from
Grays Harbor, completed the ,dls-
:nargo or ,ner cargo iind wept to sen
yesterday. Lowers & Cookh ncteJ
as local agents' for the vqssel.
TUB FRENCH llARK Jean Dip.
tlste Is certainly making, a long pas
sage from Lclth to llonolulu. This
vessel Is 'now ou( one hundred and
clxty days dndJs brlpg(ng general!
qaro consigned tor' H. llackfeld &
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