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Itlrf ?WfFf. ?vH( j. it., frf j)J$ljAf, jiffi t,
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ill vteltluti, weuiDets of tn
order are cordially Invited to
ittend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
MARINE ENGINEERS' other Aim
BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. elation, cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, L 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
1:30 tn I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
I E. R. HENDKY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY. Noble Grand.
j All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
V Meets every first and third Frl-
t aay evening at 7:30 In K. o'f JVHall,
corner Fort and Deretanla, visiting
f orotbers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONE9, a C.
0. F. HEINE. K, Itva
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
iltou every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlgnts of
Pythias ilall. Visiting brothers cor
Jlnllv Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TOUU, C. o! n.
aoNOLULU AERIE 140, F, 0. E.
Mvvia on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each'montb at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
, Deretanla and Fort streets.
- Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
n1 V W. K. ttlLEY, W. P.
lV WM C McCOY. Sec.
f f "SONOLUIU LODQE 010. B. P. 0. E
t., Honolulu Lodge No. U16. u. r. u.
Klks. meets In their ball, on Kln
SfBtreet, near Fort, every Friday even
Silng. Visiting Brothers are cordial!)
r 'invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUQHERTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec
WM. MoKINEEY LODGE NO. 8.
' rj.. ur r.
! Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
Ing brothei s cordially Invited to at
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' CATHOLIC SISTERS
p.i'hone to nigui i,hii iu
- ma Tft.& 4.11 miy
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
'Honolulu Branch of the Harriioi
4 W..i..i1 AaaAAtnlfnn
It ft uuiuai aiivibwuuu
ftl heen called and Is DUE JUN-
?:jBjand PEWNQUENT on JUY 15.
Vote Settles Question
The following expressions of opin
ion on the plebiscite and tlia annihila
tion of thf prohibitionists worn oh
Governor Fre.tr1-"The Tesnlt of the
plebiscite shows that the sentiment
of this Territory Is nglmst' prohibi
tion, nml that tho penplo'hcro'do not
"It must be remembered however
that prohibition and nntl-prfthlbltlon
nro not the name a saloon nniLbettaf
control nml that there are a large
number of people In tb Territory, who
would favor n more strict regulation
of the llnitor Irafllc, amendments be
ing made to the present law to effect
this. , ',' ' !
"I was Interested In the vhto from
an ncademlc stiiiiilixilnt iiIho as It was
a test In direct gnvcrnhicnt. I don't
think thcro will li nny prohibition
ugltatlou for n' long l:mo'ti como for
this voto yesterday settled Urn senti
ment of the people upon that point.
"Tho liquor men want to renllr.o
however that there Is' n sentiment
hrnr for a stricter law of control than
the proscnt ono."
Secretary Molt-Smltli "The result
of the balloting was n surprise to me
for I thought that prohibition would
poll more votes. 1 thought that tho
church element would come nut
stronger than It did against tho liquor
business. Tho returns show that the
noonle hero do not want prohibition
and I bellbve that settlCH tho matter."
Attorney General Lindsay "I 'ex
pected a larger voto for prohibition
than was registered nt the polls. I
did not think for a moment that pro
hibition would curry but I thought
tho voto would bo rather close."
POLICE COURT AND.
Chief McDufflo has not yet concluded;
'hi mv -stlgatlon of the alleged murdor
caso which took place at Kahuku.
lhito witnesses have, so far, becri
examined, but they nil declare that
tliey think that Chung Ton' killed
himself, as ho was alwuys threatening
to .do so
This afternoon' Deputy County At
torney Mllvcrton will resume his ox
mlnntlon of tho Chinese suspects,
and It will then bo dcen If tho men
have made up some story to account
i'or tho death of their countryman.
Duck Soon, still adorned with an
Oregon boot, -remains at tho police
station, anil when: tlio man who la al
leccd'to have assisted him to escapo
comes up for trial, tho notorious Jail
breaker will testify ugalnst him.
Twenty-four casea wero on me no
llco court calendar this morning, and
most of them were of the ordinary
typo of nBsault and battery. Manuel
Dcncz was bound over to keep tho
pcaco In bonds of SSOIt, In default of
which ho was ordered to bo kept in
custody for four months. Pedro Na
lal, another threatencr", was ordered
o find bonds to tho amount of $250,
or clso go to Jail for sixty days.
Joe Wctlicrbee, who was charged
with heedless driving, reserved his
defenso and was committed to tho
Circuit Court for trial.
John Ilachus denied that bo was
drunk last night and ntso said that
ho did not Insult and try ta strlko n
Chinese who was waiting outsldo n
moving picture show with his two
young daughters. Bachus nppoared to
jo Bllghtly demented, and Judge An
arado ordered that ho bo oxainTned by
Or Emcreon as to ills' sanity .".'"
Tokuiiagl, a Jnpaudso'whd-Js nccus
! of having iibciI tllfentenlhg langu-
ago to a woman w'ns remjmded,' for
trial till Friday next. Honda' wero
fixed In tho sum of ISOObuf tip till
noon thero was no sign, of tlio amount
1 . Ofj'Atpp
Yesterday the Federal CoWt) held
i Bhort BCEslon nnd then adjourned
intll Saturday morning nt 10
'clock, when the noxt session ( will
At yesteniay's setslon Kantnro
iCondo was adjudged u bankrupt and
". W. Thayer 'was appointed by tho
.ourt ao referee.
The liabilities stated In the petl.
Jon amount to $2241,1)0 und the ca
nts to $1093.57. HoffBChlacger &
"o. hold the only ee'ured paper
gainst Kondo, a mortgage for 1U,
all other debt being unsecured. As
"rets Kondo has canned goods and
other uroncrty to tho value of
1188.22, and debts' duo amounting to
Inter Island and O. It. & L. shipping
books for salo at the D u 1 1 o 1 1 n
ifflr9, EOo cacb.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
1 Avi?i, ? ;erJM- I-rt5'.s!ti'i
.Atctlo 3oda, Vs.er hii.-r.sp. ta If.
Phoria 657. '"
It Jgous wlthbut saying that every'
thing Is Beat at. The Edcoro.
Nune.MaevVa riap been nranled a
'divorce sfrom- Jtcr 'MisbtiiiiT ' Solomon
dn Uib ground' of desertion.
For distilled water, Hlro'a Itoot
Deer and' all other popular drluks,
Itlng up phone' 71. Consolidated Soda
Jerry Ilboney ls now at the Auto
Lively. Co. with his Packard car.
No. '-'TO. .HotUl and Union streets;
phone G. ' ' i
'Delays 'nro dangerous. Send a'Vlre-
less message at once and nail the
proposition. Hates' are loW. Orflcoi
Fort' Btrc'et near Merchant.''1
Mr. and 'Sirs. Eugene I.yman of
Hllo- last Tuesday welcomed n little
girl to thelrf home. Hot II mother and
child aro In th'e best of health.
Divorce was today granted Nellie
llalley from, her husband Charles,
and the citsfody of Inn (wo minor
children wns given to the mother.
No prohlbltt6h -wag' the. vote 'of tho
patrons of The Criterion who are ac
customed to only first-class liquors.
C. J. McCarthy Prop". Corner Hotel'
Tho front portion of tlio Itapfd
Transit car barn on Alnkca street Is
being' torii dowji, ' It Is .slated that
an Iran front wilf.'rcplaco'lh'e present
brick front. ,
I.uke Lclliond N ut present offi
ciating as clorW at the llllo Hotel.
He Is a kntnaa'lnn at this business,
having held n similar position In the
days of the eld1 hotel, and another
excellent feature has thus been add
cd by the mnaagement of the hotel
which Is much appreciated by; lift pa
trons and those vbd have to do bus
iness there. '
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SIXTH' I'ltECIXCT, STH VISTItlCT
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ElflllTH l'ltECIMT, r.TII
NINTH PHECIXCT, ftTH I)ISTltlLT--
Knllhl Pumping Station;
TENTH ritECINCT, .".Til IHSTIIICT
Knlllilnnenii School t
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No- , 150
EMiVENTH PltEOINCT, ftTH
OTIHOT h'lilulatil Sc
TWELFTH liRECIXOT, 5TII IHK
TItlCT Llllhn nhd' School Streets l.
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TIIIItTEENTII PHECIXCT, 5T1I HIS;
TItlCT KuiiVlnl nnd Nuuaiiii,St!,:
ii t 1P1
FOUHTEEXTH 1'ItECINtrr, STH IHS
TItlCT Vineyard, M'ot.of Nuuh'pu
Strenmi ' ' ,'' ,'H
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FIFTEENTH PHECINCT, STH 1)18.'
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The following wireless
has been re:clved ,from"tho tl, 'S.' S
Plnvnlnnit! ' ' ' ''
"8 p. m., July z6'.hiii 1'ead
nf winds and sea. Distance, 540 injles
Murgaret IlllriBtorj has returned to
tho stage ThereVjmtst ba-a' scarcity
of stockings wtt ltole' In then). At:
lanta aeorglan. ' .'jv ' .J'' '
. i -1 ' . i
Oi)r New Phono Nuinber Will Ho
City f-rarisfef Co.
t Continued from Pacre 1)
Oahu, and with a quaking heart and
a yellow r.trcak, betraying the most
contemptible brand nf Journnlliim,
the Advt-rtlfer failed to prist the re
turns (hut proved Hi l.i to bn n fuel.
It' rtmilii It eiiilv.Mili'lil to tliinw tilo-
tiir- of "l.lfo Hi China" and oilier
tllsta'nt'VountHcs, somctbtilg mure to
its liking. Perhaps China ls,ici bn
tHt next stopping place of wodlley.
Tho Hull 1 1 n posted tho re
turns complete In every particular,
as was evidenced b) the constuiitly
iiicrealng irofril that bloeknded
King street from 6:1B, when the
report1 irorn (be Wnlmftnalo pre:inr't
was received, showing the u'i'uillilla
tlon of the jirohlbltlon forces on tljat
side of the Island.
Returns Aie -Applauded.
I'ubllc sentiment' was plainly
r bow it by the-outbiltsts-'of applause
that lireeted the CoiiKtnntly-lnereas-
Irig p'e'rcc'ntage of prvdi'et majorities
agalnBt thb plan or ;irohlblllou. In
the meantime It was daylight, nml
the niovlng'.plcturc machine, of the
Mourning Mother of llllnd I'lgs was
wrapped 'In' blankets. The returns
fiom the Islaild.cit Oahu were posted
by the 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n before dark In
sufficient numbers to show the tre
mendous majority ngalnst tho plnti
to Inlllct the Territory with the
blight! ot prohibition.
Automobiles with business men nnd
their ' families lined up before tho
II ul 1 e t I n returns, and the atmo
sphere was distinctly nntl-proh'lbl.
Hon, every posted return Bhowlugnn
antl-prohlbltlon majority being greet
ed with a cheer.
Tho return) from all of tho Island
had been nested, on by. tho Hull o
1 1 1) ,l9,(ojyf the Advertiser started on
)s cruw-j7atlsjr movlng-plctdre oxhl-blllK'-jiPLtfo'
In China. Cold nnd
rrosiy mornings prujuiniiiuieu in me
Chinese landst'apes, but Woblley.was
"How did Hawaii go?" shouted an
Impatient onlooker when u picture
of a .collection of ccollcs on n Telclng
street wero Shown by tho Mourning
Mother of llllnd I'lgs, but there was
' Th6 posting ot the I! u 1 1 o 1 1 n
returns showing the overwhelming
landslide of votes ugalnst Woolley
Ism was a surprise to the majority
of tho nutl-prohlbttlnnlsts. There
was never a doubt as to the outcome,
but that the result would bo moru
than three to one wob not expected.
Official Returns Slow.
mo omciai returns oi mo elec
tion, that ute turned In Sejre
tary of tho Territory Mott-Smlth,
have been slow, and It will probably
lta onvnrnl itnvti tiefnrA tho'. RecrttarV
of the Territory will be able to an
nouncc definitely the actual voto cast
In all precincts of the Territory.
The returns that nro published in
today's U ti'lj ft in are practically
?:T':." '"UK' ;',"''.,'" iw!
offlclal' rettlni are' ro:o!vetl.
ii . -,;i.i t.B ililit lint tivrt
precincts bn-'llrfwall wero carried i,yKatherlng of both iiuval and marine
the nroh b t oulsts was wrong, for
tho- wlrelcbs published in todays
II u 1 le 1 1 n states that Hawaii pro
cincis went untl .prolilbltlon without
Exception. Wnlinea au'd Laupahoehoo
wero the two p'r'eclncU reported last
. " ' ' " i
The condition of tho local slock
market this morning would show
bowX.wcnt tho Prohibition election
evoiVltno rcttg-ns had been posted,
At iesiAoii 'sales, a large imiiflio'r
of'4ho'irrrterent stocks canto lo'Ui'e'
siiVfhc'c'.' aiid so'mo of thorn rttade rel!-
lord'sdlcs'atid Jumps. "
Thb most notlceablo ntaong tlio
many'woves at Bett'lon snles wob 104 Bunj'moned, Inclndlrig Charles Crozler,
II. n;'&' M. at 2a''riSt! At'tlioiame'lwh'o ta -Buia tolmvo' Btated that ho
mtni'KlfJ'nr the sairie fctorlc thniiged
hands' u't 21.50 nnil'. sf .75;' Thei-liist,
pfevIouS sale quoteilu)l. '1 & .M. nt
i;'',"very foW shared or Walalua
ino'vcl at 128,50 and 128.75. Kwa,
; Lii.., .J.T.i -i.-. . i o ' iwunanu, ocbk-c erK nt tne po ecs u
in smh)t ldt.s. turned w at J4.2S. . ., ., ,.,...,.,, Ur ., ,.-
r A- feature "of-the"' iil.V vere $3000"
Wo'rth'of'Mc'nryde til 9?;D0. Oihui.. ''" ; ' Kn'a'
Sugi v'nloaded a' BnTalf bloV of flvof Motorcycle Offlcer W. It. Chilton, Hr,
ai "ii.Giy'OlolWceu boards lhlsIi K Case, Jj ,Ki Kea(a,wttlo, Manii
stock did a'la'lriy gbod move. toiHejUao and O. Anderson,
stock did 'ri' fairly gbod move, feoue
rnvntv 'chures chnliilnc at 21.62W,
'Ten Wloneer ai. 22G'.'5Q' titi'd 2001
Olah-at (J.2& filled out h' good-morn
jne'erork',; " . - .-
(Job. H, Love)
CHEERIirS ALL OVER
(Continued from Paee 1)
portatlon on the trolley was avail
able for- the voter.
One plearlng feature of nnle was
the nliwncfl 'of ntiythlng like trnnlile
nt tho polling p,ee-i. The best of
lirder Wml maintained' Ihroughnlil
the dil.. " 1-Voni' lfp'rldck in the nft.
ornoon until tho cibsh'nf lhe'llllllK
places', the Judges-nnd llispel-lors uf
clcctlbn wer"i kept fairly busy ' Iti
handing nut ballots nnd recording
the nanies and- registration nuinber
of the volcr. '
Kahnnku iirVislit'e't hail been prrfi
dieted ns-ilne from whenre might em.
nnnte Mime strife 'or nlllkla. The
good order inalnlulned 'thero 'was a
surprise. Time hung heavy on the
hands of one ro'ne'o'lIl?ef,'s(nironed
tltcro? ' ' ' ,"
In 'Honolulu tho u6es' reglsfercM
thrco to one'ngalnst a draught In the
First of the Fourth. The same per
cenloge will apply In the serond pre
The grcateft. slump In prohibition
stock came with the returns from
the Sixth of the. Fourth, which vota
t'eglstercd 'ten. to oiic'iignliiKt profit
When the dry heard the news
from Kenlnupoko courthouse, show
liiRf.ll fen and 4r noes, they moraen
tarlly tobk eoiirnge. lTom' nri upper
room In the AriverttiXr office eame
sounds thnt resembled the mild-mannered
braying of'r a "mountain ca
nary." Thero was moro nsslslnc.
melody when from the Third of the
Fifth thero was reported ftC prohlbs
and i" nntls. I'oor' mosqulto-rldden
Kahuku came thrmrgH with addition-
Lal prohibition cheer by enrolling u
vote of'uO drys al:d'40 wctK.
From this time on there was noth
ing dollig along prohibition lines.
Upon every hand this morning
could be heard congratulations over
the great victory hrhleved at the
polls against the false doctrine ot
Burchfield's Case Now
Befjjrp" Court Of s
'Officers Lieutenant William Uurchflcld of
tho United Stntes Mnrlno Corps, his
nttorney, Claudius II. Mcrlryde, and
representatives of the dully newspa
pers of Honolulu wero politely ex
mi 4 Ail fpnni I tin (11111 mn rilii 1 vovttl-'Vi
convcncd nt hcadnu.irtcrB at Cump
Very at 10 o'clock this morning.
Tho Inquiry Into alleged misconduct
of Lieutenant Ilurchneld drew out a
Tho Nnvul oniccrs appeared In the,
regulntlon white nnd woro their Bldo
arms. Thosa oHlceru summoned from
among the murines' wero dressed lA
kuhkl and also woro their swords,
Immediately upon the convening of
tho board, tho olllcers removed their
swords nnd Lloutenunt Willis, acting
as Judge advocate, read tho charges
filed against Lieutenant Ilurchneld.
Tho -court Is composed of tho foli
lowing olllcers; Cuptaln Mnrix, U. S.
M. C, president: Cuptnlns Iiwe, Ho-
bards and Itumsuy, U, S. M. C; Pay-
rnae'tor Hornbergur, II. S. N.; Lleulcn
lan'i Kllgore, II. S. M. C. und Dr. Lane,
'IrMB'innrn ihnn llkelv Hint the court
m,;riii'v.in .,.,, 0nr,,i ,i,wu i.i
...I.IV.M. "... uyvi.1V BW.WM.. u . .
forcr'tlm lienrlng' draws to n close. A
largo number uf Witnesses have been
was tho man thntlllfrchfleld nccostci!
on tho; night of th'o alleged assault.
Ofti'er 'wftnesses' who Ure expected to
teHdry, before thobour'd are: Akong,
Klit Nahadloliia, Tom Trice, Danle
JA'...l.. '-i .i.. .'...i. ... :i .,
:j; I -. i . . . . -j ...
!rub', Jr1,'. Police Officer '.'' (V.Kaha,
" " i. '. ' .... '
it Is ttl8o'protablo-that lovo often
regrets It' laughof'''nt' locltsmlths.
; Shipping; ;
' ADDITIONAL 8Hlp.eJNQ.9W ,ApE(JrT. A'
' ; ,; I-' ' -' ;
T 4 ARRIVED ' ,'l DEPARTED ' i
1 i t
Wednesday, July 27.
Hawaii via- Maul -'ports Claudlne,
stmr., ; m. -
Kauai ports V. O. Hall, ttmr., a.
WATERFRONT NOTES .. i,
"ACCOIUUNO toad'vlcesTecefveit' nt, 'nt' hd "lloJftArlzonan,' A.-JJ. R, S..
Itip iKirt; the American Hftwftltany', m'. ,, )', - . . i
flelghter rtilumblan, sailing- front j pA88ENQenS DEPARTED
illlo on'Mhly lllli has arrived hr Si-' fc -j-i , , i.
Iliia Cni with n large 'BlilrimelnV'o'f-' "I'or tmr. Mlknh'ala, for Manll and
IlU'wallbh sugar.'Tho vcsol! rcoeh'cd' Molokat ports At Trask, Fathor Tho
tho lBthmii3 on Monday. '' ' -imas .. I. Morse, Mrs,. 3', Wilson.
TI1K LOCAL army nuarlormaster'A
odlce has been ndvfopd that the Unit- Mrs. Wlleh, Allen Wilcox", .Fn'ther
ed States transport1, liigan'trofm Ma- Victor, Father Stephen, T. A. DiirBfng
nlla via Nagasaki will nrrlvc at IlOno- ham, J, II. Bole, 11, II. Drodle. Miss
lulu on or about August. 3rd.. .TU!.!
vr'scl Is enroute In flan Francisco,
if -. fa i. ' ' 1
THK PACIKIO Mall In'lcrmedlalo
sloamer Asia hhs ' dallcd from San
Francisco and Is due to-nrrlve'at llei
nnlulii oh Tuesday August 2nd,
vessel Is bringing neither passengers
or freight for this tort,
. , .I"M ' '
!f FORCIQN PORTt
8i:ATTLM-Salled" .Inly 211: . rf.
VlrRlnl.iii'. for 'Honolulu.
SAN KIIANCISCO Sailed July 26
S. Lurllne, for Honolulu.
NKWOASTLE Salleil July 2: 8. S.
Zambesi, fdr Honblulu.
POUT' LUDLOW-Salleit July 27:
llklne1. lrmganl. fur Honolulu.
HILO Sailed July 21: Ilk.Albert
for' Port Townsend.
HILO Sailed July 2.: S. S.,nnter-
prise, for San Francisco.
Cable Employe At Midway
Breaks Neck While
News has reached llonolnlu, that on
Saturday last Vernon TlnkSr, an em
ploye of 'the cable company at Mid
way, dived from a ledgo ot rock Intii
shallow water nnd ' fractured jho
bones of Ills neck. Ills splno wasnlso
Injured, and ho became paralysed
from the neck downward. Tho imfor-
tunato young man retained consclAW
ncss till this morning when he died
from 'his 'InjArleiC. ' ' ' ' ' ' '
Tinker had only been promoted lb
Midway four weekx ago, nnd he made
tho trip down In company with Mr.
Wlnthron. who had also been trans
ferred. Thcro wero thrco TlnkeJ
boys In tho cablo .company two at
Midway nnd ono at riuanii'the lad
who died today was eighteen years of
ago, nfavdrlto ''wllh everybody, and
wn sa 'bright' young fclliiw. "
AMAIN 111 .Ml 1:1
p;j ;":i-j - t;.jjsi
.1 -t ! I , V.V
COnTE MADEHA, July 12. Mil
llonatro William I). Uradbury,- recent;
ly released from San Qucntln, may
again bo placed behind Jail, bars- tot
morrow morning' If L. 'A.'Ifcaono of
the 'Sehmitx' board 6f suiiervlsdrs of
San Francisco, ailllcios' to' his' oxprossl
ed Intention of swearing to n Warrant
for Ilradbury'S nrrest on a chargo of
disturbing 'the peace, 'Uradburywotifd
havo been arrested last nlcht It 'thd
former supervisor could havo located
Jnstlco of the Peaco William V. Ma!
gee.' ' '
Tho dispute, which nearly brought
tho two men to blows, Is over tho
boundary line of Ilea's- property here!
Hen- claims- ho Is entitled to place a
fence a-fow Inches from the north side
of his property line, alleging that, (he
offlclal mail, known ns No. '4, fclinws. -sj
public road on that vhto. On-thoothcr,
nana urnunury goes by map -No. 3,
which allege him to be tho owner n(
Last night men started laying ou(
post holes. Thti tho fun began. When
1 1 ho .men'rcfuBcil to stop dlgglng'Uradl
- J. - -- - ,
uury, ucL-uruiiiH in jien-if siuxomuni
called tho latter a name which; had
tho millionaire still been In prison!
would lurve put hlnvluMho dungeon on'
bread and water, for a week; Both
men used expressions not usually
hcurd In pollto society.
Uradbury, though mora than 70
years old, advanced to combat wltl(
iienr who is yuuuger mil smaller, itcn
rushed forward-to-lahd tho llrst punch
shouting. "I'll knock-the hump off youi;
back." referring to. a dcforniltyVm tho
millionaire's back. . '
, Hut there wus no affray. Onlookers'
sioppcu u unci- ilea went on 10 book
bis redress In a warrant for the an
rest of his would 1)8 opponent in fis
-"For Sale"-cards at Bulletin.,,
Hawaii. ixrts Jtelcne, etmr., S.tn,
Mahukona,' kasyalbie .and Konrt
potliiMattt, 'ittmri, 5"p. rn', T
Mairt, Mnlokal -ai?(f' l.anal'- ports
Mlkahala,(8tmt) b. p. mi
Hallna Cruz' via. Port' Allen. Kabu-
per stmr. Klnnu for Kauai trts,
.Tttly ifff IVA.' Ifomnno, A, B."Wllcox,
arab(un,W.,F.. Martin, V. II, Locty,
K. a. Will, A. DIas.
t PAS8ENQER8 BOOKED1
fper- "athir. ' Clauiilno ,for4tanl. and
Lllnwll norlq'.-.tilll- ?fl -Mrs T)r. ItllV-
T,1,lift)nitMlsVl'V. jlakoe,Mlits it. Lifcas,
C. K Short, Mlsu B.. Kinney, E. E.'
llatte'.Ie, Father, Fronds.
Per- M." Nf s: S, Lurllne Tor San
Francisco, "Aug. St. Mrs. O. P. Till
'loch, Miss Mi Tillloch, A. D. llaldwln,
Mrs. liahrwln. Miss Kthel K. Cox, Miss
11. Henry, V..'T. Cardcn, J. J. Car
den Jr., Mrs. Prime, .Miss Prime, Mrs.
Geo. A. Martin, Miss K. Mack, Mrs.
M. S. Mack, n., Hclmann, M. C. Har
rison, .Miss I. Curtis, Miss Ella Ma-
joney; 'M. iFngan, Mrs. Fagan", J.'n.
i)nllgs,;rA,. Parish'' II. Parish', tjrA.
C. Parish, MrB.t Parish, itlsn NVlllo
Crane,' M(m T. Cassldy.'
H-r-i -T-T .
Malls are nun at Honolulu from;
points as follows:
Sah Franc'IsVoJ-Tcf'Asia, Aug. 2.
Colonels p'er "Zealandla. Aug. 16.
Yokohania-M'or Ti'l6ng(illa. July 28.
Vancouver- -Per Makura, Aug. 19.
Malls will depart for the tollnwloi
points us.follcwg;. - '
Vancouyor Per Zcalandla, Aug. 10.
Yokohami Pdr AslrfAlig. 2.
Colonies Per. Makura, Au,g. 19.
)lx, frot'n Scattlo for Hon. July 14.
Itogan,-from lion, for Manila; Juno 14.
Sheridan, arrived nt' San Francls.co,
July 21, ., . c. . .i
Sherhian, for Manila snlle'd' fromllon.
.r in ': ut
THE HAIHIOR U-woofully., barren
nf sailing craft these days; The old
familiar bark' Ald'eri Hesse Is slowly
taking, on a shipment of- scrap-Iron
and small codslgnments of Hawaiian
products preparatory to Ballfn'' for
SiTiilhtfrn California. Tho vcjis,el".8
.expec'led wlU'cel ijway In abbut'ono
Week.' Tho American schooner 'Allco
CbAk'o nf riving hero oh ' Jul 18'th''wltri
lumber for Lcwtra nnd. CodVe'ls 'dis
charging nn'd may finish by the last
nf the week. The schooner K.'fJ. Al
len"! thd tlilrd and last' dccrl'sVit
tvlndjammer at th'6 poVt ''6f 'Honolniu
pnd'ii' MilpTncnt'bf .idmlicV is;'goidB
0k' froni'lhlS vessel bY'tho hgVncVof
Allen and 'niib'InsonT; ' ' ' '
' .' '
WHtELEH rcpWts received from
several largo' Ilnors'Mast night Includ
ed the following1 ncssages; S. 'S.
MONOOLIA.'-'AT' SEX,J Inbo'urid, 8 n.
rnVJIr'20. Will afrfve'' Friday rco'rh
Ing.. S."S. -TENYO'MAHU, 'AX'SEA,
lnbouiid8' f. 'frt?, .July 2T. 1 W0 'mile's,
will arrive SatnnUyi S. S; MAlTAMA,
AT SKA,outbound,- 'July '!Gr-?Arrltpil
At Fanning Island' 10:23 p.. in. 'S. S.
CIIIYO MAHU,'AT SEA; outb'oiind.
10 p'm:. Jul 20. 149-miles, latitude
22:20, longitude 1S9:56: - S s. EN
TEHPH18E. AT. SBA'i utbOund from
llllo. '8-y.. in,-, JuiySO: 259 miles, .N.
E, wind's, moderate'-sea.
"Tim OCEANIC .j steamship 8lyrrn
nrrlyod at-Saiplfronclsco seyon Vonrs
In advance qf the. i Mat boh '.Navigation
yner Wllhelmlpa, accorcHng-'o cahlo
.that ha.Yo. roached-.tho .jgy.t, through
tho local branclf'. qf .yic-MerQhants'
Exchange., Tho. SlerrBiysallPrtt f,rptn
Honolulu at twentyirriuteivoftijr tijn
o'clock on last; yvdiipti'dqy ' mn,rn,tng
and was about ilftfcf n-mnutes b jjilnd
tho. Mafsoii.stcimejp. .Wllhel'mlnaJha
Sierra" hrrlvoii aV-8dn r'lj;ran,ol8co' at
flyo o'clock xcstcrilaymorning'oilow
eij.by tho' -Wilh'elmria 'att ppon': . The
luuiiuuiiu (iii hiw turncii ,oy ino ay
.erra. ' ' - -
ii . . ,i. , .
THE UNITED Stales armv trans-
pott nix has hot filled from Seattlo
ns iiir us nny ,iiormaiion to ,ium
unici huh uuua rccciveu ai ino iimco
'of tha'locdt rjuartelrm'aster. Tho' X)x
frft'hero'somrf hjijiiths' ago nrter' h'4V-
Itll?' rtlHrKnVl-nH1'.!. Vnrn eiilnnilinl tt
Wal broiigrjt 'from 'Nagasaki. '" Ity was
'understood hat ino trahsiiort .-would
go -out' of'ycommlaslon' In order that
u,a1.1.j...'...i' ..'.l'. ' .."1.. J
cmuniivu' vrpairn cuma uo inuue. ino
Vi Was'oxpec'tod 0 go I'nto'dock, (5n
1'UBCt' Round. Ta dato no, news has
b'Mi received' hel-o concerning the ilo-
parture or tne vessel,
i , .' ,
THE AnUIVAI."'ot tho Canadlan-AifctnllanllirerMakura-
hs been reporrfcd 'the vessel reachlttg;
ino iiriusu-uoiumnian portyMterday
bflcf.-a- sbvon da? Voynfio from'Ho-