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Lcahl Xo. 2 ncguliir.
Oceanic first Degree.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
iriiilit. uieiuue, if
uder re cnrdlall) Invited to
"pnrl iriPftlMK-nf local lodges
ieet on the
2nd and 4th
at K F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
tunttrr run oippr At ucwuci vi
MAninc nnoinccna other Auo
HABMONY IODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
3:30 In I. 0. O. P. Hall, Fort Street
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
11. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No, 1, K. of P
Meets every flrst und third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Derotanla. Vlsltlnr
nrothers cordlallj Invited to attend
WM. JONES, O. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. a
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M
Menu every first and third Thurs
day of each month at KnlghU of
Pythias ilall. Visiting brothers cor
illallv Invited to attend
A. L. EAK1N, Sachem
B. V TOUD, C. of U
HONOLULU AEBIE 140. P. 0. E
Mu uu the 2nd and 1th WED
SESDAV evening of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Uall, corner
Oeretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagle are Invited tu .'
rini1 W it rtlLBV, W V
WM C McCOY, Sec
HONOLULU LODQE 610. B. P. 0. E
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O
Elks, meets In their hall, on Klnf
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordial! (
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E R -GEO.
T. KLUEOEL, Sec.
WM McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8.
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturda
evening at 7:30 o'clock in K. of I'
Hall, cor Fort and Deretanla. Visit
Ing brotheis cordlall) Invited to at
II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACODSON, K. R. S.
Wherever paint is needed,
177 So. King Street
M. E. Silva.
L UNDERTAKER AND EMBALME
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Nieht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
'Honolulu Branch or the Harriioi
jS j Mutual Asjooiation
IHm hes'n called and Is DUE JUN'
Vj.C and ppLINQUENT on JULY 15.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
ltj goes, .without sajlogjka every
thing Is Bpst at 'The Encore.
Quality Is fit st with l.etthe.id an I
w wdward lu making soda A&'er,
It Its "Pointer llrand" of whlto
goods Its reliable See Jordan'n !
I)lvore T granted Hattie Kel
hum today I row lior husballd Kahl
luwl.a desertion being allege!.
If you are doubtful about where
y6u vota on Tuecdsy, look It up to
diy Vote civ Tuesday.
I p till noon today 5G4 automobile
had been registered at the police sta
tlcn and thcro are still more to come
tor distilled water Hlros Root
IVc i j tul ill oilier popular drluks.
1 mi. ii llKinn 71 Consolidated Soda
Jeny Rroney Is now at the Auto
I lie y Co. vtlth his Packard car.
No 270. Hotel and Union streets;
phone 6 '
Fifteenth annual account of the es
tate of James Gnv hi,i been died with
tho court b) the twti trusted, Cecil
flrov. n ninl II. Kocko.
Thcro wero thirteen cases on tbo
po Ice court calendar this morning
and most of them wero sent over till
An old man named Soarrs was
bound aver In I ho sum of f ISO thin
morning to keep tho pence, ho was
alleged to hao expressed n desire to
enrvo up his tehttvc with n bread
Tho engagement of Marshall D
Talor, one lime of the II til lot In
staff, to Mls Illanchp Sparring, of
Wllkesbarre Pa . Is announced In the
society column of the Los Angeles
Attracthe dlsplaja of brand new
giods at Sachs I)r floods Co. this
week Sre advertisement In this Is
sue Among the new goods Is n com
plete assortment of the famous Onyx
Alexander Elston, a motorman In
the .riuploje of the Rnpld Transit
Co., died this inori.lng1 (r'om the
b cnklng of a blood vejsel. He had
uen II for some time past and had
jecn attended b a medical omrer
Hcnry C. nrovvn who Js, alleged to
Lave torn down a tJgn that Henry
Davis had put on a fence, was accus
ed of malicious Injury this morning
at tho police court. Judgo Andrade
nld that there was a matter of law
involved,. and ho took the case under
advisement and will glvo his decision
n Thursday next.
The Postal Clerks will try conclu
hlons with tho St. Louis College
vlumnl team tomorrow week, and the
.Uamptonihlp of 1910 will bo de.
lded A dinner will also be wager-
d on the result, and at. Interest
ng game Is expo ted Tho 1909
Championship Is held by tho Saints,
'vho defeated the paatnl bojs two
lines out oi "three.
Tho Norrls-Mldway oil Company,
san Francisco. Cal . have commenced
.operations In Honolulu and Harry Ar
milage and Martin Gruno & Co, on
'Merchant street havo charge of tho
jtock! This company has holdings on
Section 4, 11, 23, of Martcopa-Mldway
District, Kern County, California. Im
ncdlately adjacent to Section 32. 12,
.3, nhere about 10 das ago the 2
icw. gushers of tho Midway Northern
Ml Co, and the Pacific Midway Oil
Jo have como In Only a small part
f the stock Is to be sold for develop
Every American. citizen should go
to the polls and vote, Tuesday. Vote
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for fcecbrd July 22, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
H Oondero tb G L Samson. ... M
Ambrose K Hutchinson, tr, to
Yu Len Kul L
takce (w) ct al to Laupahochoe
Sug Co L
oloa Sug Co to Mcllrvde Sug
Co Ltd AL
il Rahtm to Sarah J Grace.... D
'Jeorge P Castle and wf to Sarah
T Grace D
Juliana Oouvela and hsb to Sao
Martlnho Ilci.t Socy of II ... . M
ilcorglana W Wright and hsb to
William It CaBtle, tr... ...,. M
Entered for Record July 23, 1910.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mis Akala P Lum Nul to Ah Nul..P A
barles K Magulro and wf to
Earl H Williams D
irl II Williams to Mrs Abble
IC Magulre D
upo Kumalae and wf to Mrs
Abble K Magulre D
'enry Awong and wf to Jacln.
tha Awong D
tone Tonllililma and hsh to S
Shlmamoto , D
amuel Kauhane aLd wf to
Henry G Uertelmann , D
dwln Knlelaka to G Masuda... D
'ounty of Hawaii by tr to
County of Hawaii D
I Shaw and wf to County of
Hawaii , D
r Mokuohal (k) to Mrs Kola-
ri Kaoao (k) to Hong Kwnl L
Carrie Ringer et al by gdn to
Allen & Rgblnsou Ltd ...... D
I II Schnack and wf to Ten I- '
tory of Hawaii I)
If you are cjoubtful about where
ou vote on Tuesday, look It up to
jay, Vato orv Tuesday
m M SUBMARINE DEAD
Last night at the Mntil Hotel, Wat
luku, tho horsemen of tho district
gave n fine banquet and tho event
down to the banquet nnd many wltly!,he 8lln,ken rro,lcl submarine Pl.t.
was a unique one A big croud sat
speeches and predictions about tho.voise who were In tl)o Inner cjiii-
future of tho Maul Racing Association! paitment of the llttlo craft wiu i ti
It was announced that $2K.O was
takui nt the gutcs of Kahulul on July
Fourth nnd that after everything had
been paid, $'00 remains In tlio diili'n
coffers. This wns accomplished by
standing for nothing but clean sport,
and that policy will ho In vnguo nl
was In the future.
A list of rules wns printed on llio
back of tho menu caid nnd they are
very funny ones, loo. 'I hey go as
Tho Secretary has been unablo to
find any pirtlcutar set of mien to ap
ply to a bunch of pcoplo like those
present, but the following will an
swer: 1. No gambling on Racers (In -eating)
will be allowed. All bets will lio
declared off by Judgo Kcpolkal.
2. All those who do not drink beer
on account of the prohibition wnvo
wltl pleaso leavo It nlono. Other will
drink It Water can be furnished In
3 Those who never heard music
before, will please listen, while races
4 Tonstmaster Davis might call on
you for n llttlo hot air. Don't hosl
talo In speak even If jou cannot.
B. In nil races tho fourso must lie
followed exactly. The within courses
have been selected for this occasion.
C. Aujono misbehaving on account
of over enthusiasm or over Indulgence
or not strictly adhearlng to Uicbo
rules, will be sent back to tho pad
dock. 7. Don't leavo tho table until ev
er) thing Is cleared. The management
of tho Hotel particularly requests
that plates, spoons, knives, etc. bo
not cleared (by members).
Churchill Harvoy-Elder, at one ttmo
city editor of tho Rulletln, and
later on with another Honolulu paper.
Is nt present working on tho Los An
An old man In n poorhouso was
asked by a Visitor It bo bad any sourco
of income. He replied, "Madam, It
ou must know, I nm backod by ono
of the richest, counties in mo siaio.i
rTv.r-ir 7- - ifi7t
They have just been opened
in the rear of the"
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
Entrance from the alleyway near
A beautiful line of Automobiles on
W.-l l-l t
Von Hamm-Young Go.
' ' ' tlMITED . iV? . . t
King and Bishop Streets
) ' dity Transfe &-
JAS. H. LOVE.
Juno 11. The men uf
wns luuk by the Vllle de Calais Mj
3 lived a day after the colhiM
and slowly strangled to death. The
men In tho outer eompnrtmcntfl,
whl'h vveio ripped open, were otlhnr
mangled so the) died Instantly or
This report was made by th sur
geon who examined tho bodl a of
tho ameers nnd crew of the iiubma
While tho divers from the rencli
warships were working nn tho sunl.
uii fraft to raise It, the men hi tho
Ir.rer (ompnrtinentK nmldshlps weroi
slowly dying. Tho liivestli:ali(i.i
proves the truth of tho report that
tappings by the Imprisoned men on
tho sides of the siihmnrlnn were
Tho belief was expressed here that
If tho submarine hnd been raised
at once, halt the crew of twenty
seven men would have becu saved.
Tho hull was towed Into the har
lxr here today, lte'allves of "10
victims of tho nccldrnt nttempled to
get to the Pluvlose. but were re
strained by ofllcers. A big crowd
gathered on tho shore and watched
the rescuers at work. Photographers
who endeavored to get pictures of reparni; al tho Iocal lroa w0rkg;
the cne wcro mobbed cast.3 r honey, vegetables, taro, awa
Tho first body was removed attroai an.i .Moments of wood ond one
9:15 a. m. Tim work cf temovil
was slow on nteount of Ihn had ion
dltlou In which the bodies
Tho receding tides left the hulk
of the submarine exposed Tho port
side was crushed In lna submarlno
evidently filled almost Instantly aft
er the collision.
' Tho vessel should arrlvo here on Mon-
REDDING, Conn., July 9. Mrs. iliiy and" whllo nt tho port will tako
Clara Clcmens-Oubrllowltsch, daugh- on a quantity of coal sumclent to car1
ter of the lato Samuel L, Clemens ry her to Central nnd South Anurl
(Mark Twain), has formally notified can ports. II. Hackfeid and Company
the djrcctors of, tho Mark Twain ,aro the local representatives for the,
l'reo Library In this place that nho vessel.
will present to that Institution prac. ! ' I
tlcally the entire library of her fa-i THE nutKENTINE S. O. Wilder
ther, now In his Into residence, , Is icported to hpve arrived at Jtahu-
Stormfle'd. Tho gift Includes near-
ly 2500 volumes Mr. Clemens drew I
n check In favor of tho Reddli g LI-
brnry a few dajs before his death
nnd tho money will bo used to erect I
n ending ror tho Institution.
p-BULLETIN ADA pav-kwt
Come and Se6 Our
1I1LO SHIPPING nt the time or
sailing of the steamer Mauna Kea In
cluded tho Matron Navigation, S. S.
Enterprise, discharging n general
.aigo brought down front Han Fran-
Cisco. This vessel Is expected to sail
for tho cbast on Monday, tolling
rugar nnd passengers. The scliodn-
cr W.H. Marston has been fumlgited
""" -'- "" .v.-.u, ,,,.u,nu.,..
rflllwiy '" for Hedondo. The Mar
""' '"'"" " wr i..u.in u.
weeks. The bark Aloert has rom
ptotod the discharge of her lumber
and wns expected to depart for Port
Towniend today. The Federal light
house lender Kitkul dropped Into
llllo on last Thursday, whllo the
Frcn'h cruiser Montcalm was n via
ltor to tho poit nn Friday.
TWENTY-TWO Imndred tons of
Oriental cargo la duo to arrlvo hero
tho latter part of tho coming week
by tho Pacific Mall steamer Mongolia
and tho Japanese liner Tenyo Mam.
These cnseln sailed from Yokohama
Japan, within n dny of each other
The Mongolia Is expected to show up
at Honolulu on July 29th with 1000
tons of freight. Tim following day,
the Too Klsen Knlshfl steamer
should arrlvo and will bring 1200 tons
of cargo. Tho vessela will go to Ala
kea stroct wharf. The Mongolia has
room for one hundred and twenty-five
MODERATE trades and smooth
seas wcro tho rtilo on tho Inward trip
of tho eteamor Mauna Kea. This ves
sel brought a general assortment of
freight Irom llllo and tho ports of
call Tho list Inc'.udc'd machinery far
iot of hardwood riillwnv tied On
deck 273 sheep were brought lo Hrr
erninolulu. A fair sized number bf cabin
nnd deck passengers' arrived by tho
THE HOXGKONa Maru. a Tojo Kl
sen Kalsha liner from Hongkong and
.hnan ports will go to Illshop wharf.
kona on last Sunday.
Poet "Here, sir, Is a poem which
'came to me In tho middle of the
night." Editor (handing It back) "I
would advise ou to keep a light
burning n club Bide of your bed." '
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ADDITIONAL 8HIPPIIt4Q ON PAOE felQrtX
( ARRIVED , j DEPARTED
?. - - m y- i , i i ...
frlday, July 22.
Vancouver Alarama, C.-A. S, S., 11
Saturday, July 23.
Ran Francisco Nevadan. M. N. 8
IIIIp via way ports Mauna Kea.
Mtmr., a. m.
Hawaii ports Maul, stmr., a. m.
I WATERFRONT NOTE8 I
'' THERE IS considerable agitation
upon the part of prominent commer
cial bodies of llllo towards Inducing
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company (o change tho etlstlng
schedulo of tho steamer Mauna Kea
In order to enable that vessel to
I'omplelu two round trips to tho Ha
waii metropolis each week Instead
of one as Is nuw the case. The mat
ter has been brought to tho atten
tion of General Mni.ager J. A. Ken
nedy, who H.iH but recently return
ed from n business trip to tbo other
The 'plan which was talked over la
a new one, nnd means that the
Mauna Ken will still make her regu
lar trip from Honolulu, leaving here
on Tuesday as sho dnes'now. A change
Is suggested, having her to leavo llllo
on her return trip on T)iiirsdny, Jin
stead of f'rldny, thus reaching llono
lulu on l'rlday before 7 n. in. The
plan would then be to have her ins
charge her freight at once and leave
for llllo again on the same evening,
probably at about 8 o'clock, going
direct to llllo without making any
of the usual stops. This would en!
able people to finish their business
l'rlday, have dinner at home, and
still reach llllo at a fairly early hour,
tho next mbrLlng. Returning she
would'leave llllo Sunday afternoon,
In time 'o get to Honolulu before
business opened on Monday,
ACCORDING In wlrelesB reports re
ceived at Honolulu nt eight o'clock
last night Ihe Oceanic steamship Si
erra was so'venty miles In tho lead ol
tho Matson Navigation steamer Wll
helmlna. lloth vessels left Honolulu
on Wednesday" morning hound for San,
Francisco, Tho Wllhelmlna cleared
the. port about fifteen minutes In ad'
vanco o( the Oceanic steamer. The
Sierra officers' report flno weather'
northeast wlnds'tand smooth seas. The
81erra' Is carrying tho mail.
tlARRINO ACCIDENTS tho Japan
ese liner Chlyo Maru from Snn Kran
Cisco' shdulil arrlvo off tho nort at an
early hohr oft Monday morning. Tht,
vessel will ko to Alakca street wharf
Tho'Chlyb Mar'ri'-ot course brings hb
cargo from tho coast. A few layovei
passcngors may arrive by tho vessel
THE AMERIOAN-Hawa'tlan freight
cr Mexican sallluit from Sallua Cru
wltlf'icneral carro'lcivlnti Nov? York
oi( JuBp "24th byho steamship' Ame
rlcan.'ha& urrlvitd Itltiaif hRl nr
cording to cftlfloii rBcelvftd'hc'ro. riie
Mexican' Is duo t6 arrive o't Honolulu
I on or about1 August I5lh: ' n'
.' ' t M ' . - K lie
THB'lNTEfc-IBLANTJ steamer Maul
jho arrived from "Hawaii ports, with
a 8hlpmoht'igt fi52VHicks' sugary 61,
sacks, coffei, '27rbaie8,wool, BtPpases,
honyj '?0 nacka' suliarles1 aila 7S
, ho'aa'cattuV. Tho 'vesgcAw6 dlscharg1
I In.ni,. nfl lfnlAn M.f.A.f1 - k
1111. IUB.I -Muwyw nuuit,
n 11M '" to fV I,
ACCORDING to-Purser Phillips o''
the steamer Mijuna Ken, the steamei
Knual was. at Hllo, the Kalulanl at
Itqnoblna and, Jhe WaJ.lele. a Hono
kaa at the time of departure of the
HII61 liner. ' V
s ' '
NORTHEAST winds and smoolt
seas aro roported hy the officers nl
E the Matson Navigation liner, WUhel
njlna wblcl according 19 a, wlrelesi
rocelvod hero la$t night was 820 mljoi
off io iort en'routd to San Kranclsco
' ' PA8BENQERB DEPARTED '"
. Ii 1 , ., ' , , i. 1 j '.
I Per stmr. Claudlnc. forv MuJ am
; Hawaii ports, July 22. Miss A. E
.Juad.'Mlss'C, A. '8chwclrer.',,Mrs. W
8. Chllllngworth, Mrs. 8. P. Chilling
k vn.ll, h I .,rlln t r?A.lla'., Nf la.
Kingsbury, Miss Lee, H. M. Rohcrtr
A. Haneberg, Mrs, Goo. Wilbur, Mrf
Orasl. Jt. Qraal M, Jfartlnettl i. E
Oanndn, Mrs. Gannon, Kathor Rodrl
gues,' Father Justin, J, Kauohelc
Father Gerard. '
-s-In Taiapi?, Fla we. make our olrare.'
' Thu we avoid paying a duty that would equal
their cost, r '
Thi, sdviuR is put ihlo'the'cW. liahWV'to
the obacco the chojqest Havana , leaf that ,Cula
In' the finish the 'deft handiwork of expert
And no imported cigar, at double the price, 'ri- "
vals m duality in fra-Tance cr in flavor-i -
van pyciK "rQs:
, , , x ., AT VR DEALERS v
In 27 Different Shanes One for ,Evfrv Xaste 3-for-25o to 25fl
M. A. QUN9T & CO. 'Ihe HoTue of SUplepUtrlbntW'
Friday. July 22.
Kauai borjs Noeau,' stmr., 5 p. m.
Maui nnd Hawaii ports Claudlne,
stmr., I p. m.
Honokttjv, nnH kukulhseie Llkol'lke,
s.lmr.. B p. m.t
Knllua KaMof, sch., 9 p. m'. '
8aturdy, July 23,
San Franclscd Cletcland In low of
Prometheus, a. m.
San Francisco Chattanooga, U.' 8.
8 , a. m. k
Per C.-A. Si 8, Marama, from Van
couver. For Honolulu: Dr. C. K.
Cum mines, Misses C. Mi and L. Cilm
mlrig, Misses M. and M. Rath, I, M.
JohiiMin, Mr. and Mrs 8. WUt'e,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J M.' Haenko, Mrs. Av
W. Iinbbldge, Mr.'apd Mrs. L. O.
Richardson, Misses D. and C. Rich
afilton, Miss E. V. Fenwlck, Miss Ray
Dell, Miss A. G. Dunne. Miss G. (lnr.
ney, II. A. Nelld, W, D, Lowell, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Gardner, Mr, ami
Mrs. J. Kills, Miss C. Ellis, Mrs. W.
A. Welbourn, Misses A. J. and M.M:.
Welbourn.-Mrs. J, l)rrest, Misses M.(
l. and I). Forrest, Mrs. D. Critter,
Mrs. E, Nape and child, W. R. Golds,
I. J. ritrpatrlck, I)'. Jarvls, W. 3.
Newllit ' , i " ''
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, from ; llllo,
and v,-ny iorts, July 23, J. V. Horn
or, Jno. Fait. Mrs. II. II. Horbon.'F.
8. Dodge nnd wife, J. Howard and
.wife, Misses Howard (2), Miss S( Cox,
Miss J, Colebawer, Miss C, Macfar
Inno; R. T. Grlnlerf, ll, II. Cornby.
Misses McCarthy (2), MlsJ. Voung,
MlHri K. Peterson, Mls's U Wagner,
Mlrs M. Poppleton, 8. W. Wilcox and
wife, II. J, l.vman'nna wife, Mrs.
Jas. Stsson, I). E. Metier. J. Down,
It. F. Ludewlg. Rev. C.-Mlyagawa, T.
Kilo, C, Nakamu'ra, "Miss E, A. Per
kins, M. Splnola, It. R. Marrlner, J. P.
Davis, C. P. Ilurlon, wlfo nnd child,
Mrs. II, Dowsett, J. Ilutchefloo and
wife, Miss lliltchesnn. J. K. fakoo
k'oo, ,llsn Keawehano, Minn Kauai,
Mrs. Ja'mesoh,' Mrs. M. Anderson, Mrs.
J.' Rrlght and child, Rev. R. Kashtwa,
Rev1; N, -Nakanlshl, XV. Jordan, iV J.
Lfndcrtnan. W. T. Frost, Miss Uotllge,
C W. McClanahan, Miss Kawewchl,
Miss Frost, It. T. Darclay and wlfo,
L II. Jones, Mrs. L. A. Parish and
son, P. J. Iiwrey and wife, A. Low
rcy, 8, Kennedy, A. Makekau F, W.
Jameson, W.v 8. Kabayokawa and
wife, it. T. Kukoda) 118. Hosmer, M.
Illnn, Takalmnlil and .wife, K. Naka
miira. T. Kauasakl, 'Miss 'Italismer.
Rev. J, 'Tanaka,' Younn; Ouong Sam.
Rov C. Nnkamura, 8 KduiLi dnd wlje,
Mrs. Kodami nnd chlltl.Ilss'Ro, MVs
G. Lindsay nhd 2- chl!dtcn,'Ifov.,J. V
Wadman, Mm. W. 'Weight and 3 chil
dren, J. 8, Walker, A.' M.,Bro,wn H.
M, Kanlho, J. Douglass. Mrs, IVp
Rego nhd 2 'children, firo' Francis,
Rev, C- II. Min..Mls'sos I!oitS.(2). '
I PA88ENQER3 BOOKED" !TT
" Por stmr. .Kloi'l fpf KaitAT .porta.
July 28 J. It. Dole. II. H Brodle,
Mrs. Voss, Miss Orabam, MLss . K.
Per.slmr. Mauna" Loa for Kona 'and
'Kan' ports, Jjily 2,6. Tdrs, MJ.F- Tp-
ters. Henry Davis, Mrs,- j, i Meao
phy, Mrs, W, It, Forrlngton ' rind 3
children, G, F. Maydwell, MfsMay
dwell, fl, Fefnander, Mls R.,FerntLn
dez, A. Tcrnandez, Mrs. 'Fernandez.
Per stmrv Manna Kea, for Hllo and
way jiorts, July 20, J". D. Reed, Mrs
Reed, Rov. Anlt, J. E. Turner, Af,K
Judd, W, O. Smith, Miss Alice Hen
dry, Miss AVIn ter Miss, lio auer, Mrss
W. Fvsr, L H., Cnjoy, Mrs. Cnfe'yv
ilrs. A. Q, Ferguson, Miss E. M. 'Ar
thur. Emma Hall, Edythq Hall, J. A'.
Perrlda. Rev.'D. W.-K.'WhltQ, lm,
Cox, Mrs. Cox, J.v B ,Cox. M)s E.
Todd, Mrs. Hugq Roblnovv ItV Mrs. 0.
U Saunders' Mljjia Sailor, .lU tuli:
ruau.t Miss Pleliman lss Salisbury,
mr, , i uuijiutny, ous pcriscny,
Hj L. llenso'n. Laura B! V6U''iJlCa,
Itllll-I.' MI'S'vBri "' '"'
vyifltiq - w flVfU
"pUltSUR PllLLPH Qf thoyOlnterr
Island kteamef MaufiorTKejeports
he following sugar ii awa'IHi.g ship
ment at Hawaii pbrVof call! ,0aa,
33,800, bogs; WalAkea Mfll, 10.Q00:
Hawaii, Mill, 2000; Valhftku, 16,600:
On'omoa, X2',200;' Hoponiu, 3C0OJ l'o,-,
kalau, 9006; Laupahbah'oe,, tf.OpO:
Ookala, 7C00; Kukalau'a, 148fl:'Kii
kalau H,. 87.S; 'JlatnaWua,, l.tog:
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