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All visiting nicmbors of tne
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend meetlngi of loc-ii Indues
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. .M.
MARINE ENGINEFK' I i.mer.
KHEFICIAL A?SnqiATIC(L elation, cor"
HARMONY I0DOE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Monday evening at
:u in I. o. O. F. Hall, Tort Street
E. It. HENDRY, Socrctnry.
II. E. JIcCOV. Nublo nrnnri.
All visiting brothers very cordially
' OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
, Meets everj first nod third Ffl-
day evening at 7.30 In K. o I. Hall,
corner Tort and Boretanto. Visiting
brutbors cordially Invited to attend,
WM. JONES, 0. C. '.'
I 0. P. HEINE, It R. a
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
AIeu ovory first and thlrd'Thurs-
day of each month at KnlgliU-of
Pythias ilall. Visiting brothors cor
diallv Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN. Sachem.
e. v. todo, c. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Aims on the 2nd and 4th WED
SK3DAY evenings of each month at
7:80 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornor
Jieretanla and Tort streets.
' Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at
W. R.jniLEV, W, P.
WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
80N0LULU LODGE 010. U, P. 0. E.
t Honolulu Lodr.e No. 61C. 11. P. 0,
fclks, meets In tbelr ball, on Klnij
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing, visiting urolnrs are cordially
invited to attend.
fc JAS. D. DOUailEIlTY. K, It.
ULU, 1. IVLiUL.UL.1j, ace.
WM McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
t K. OF P.
Meets ever) 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7 30 o'clock In K. of P
cor. Tort and Berctnnla. Visit
U alnir brothers rorrilallv Invited tn nt
u k rr a vt nn r r
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ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrlsoi
ft Mutual Association
iKs.boon called and is DUE JUNf
felBfjnd DELINQUENT on JULY 15
THE WRONG MR. SMITH
Allowing that the het part hat
been taken Irom the funniest of all
fnrco cn.nedlos, "My Friend From
India, (o frnmc.lhe musical version
cu the ilcce which will lie olTcreil at
the Nov OrphfUiu thin eiculeg.undor
llio nomenclature of "The W,rpng Mr.
Smith a laic tirat Is III store for
lo al tlioatcignvm tt would be Ini
tio slblo tu Fit h dull moment during
.the iicifounntuc f "My Friend From
India," and as tho arrangement
which Stage Director Frank Illalr
will preFcnt comprises only the
funniest situations, tho success of
the new offering seem.-) already as
Tonight at tho popular Hotel.strjcet
plaj house, the latest musical Interjio
latlong will bo heard In "Tho Wrong
Mr Smith" Muidc.ili Director Chas.
Jubtl has m ringed tnnic splendid
duels and sextets, and there aro
man ciitchj and liuicttil numbers
fur, the iirli.dii.ilg to do In specialty
Items Mlrs H(icKell will again
sing two numbers bv request, while
Miss Scluolcr will Introduce another
onn of lier erpitllo numbers that
promlHcs to go ns big as her "I Am
on My Way tu Itcno," which she.
sang last week and tcored her big
gest hit In Utile VJIrut Stcck, who
Is rapidly omli g to the. front as a
roubrctte, nlll appear In n separate
number Harry Oarrlty nnd Laurel
Atkins hac Kplcndjd comedy parts
In this p.ut of the week's offering.
Carlctoti Chare and Olgn Sleek nlll
slug n duct, while Harry Stuart and
Harris MiQulrc "Ml Introduce, spe
cial numbers Mlmt Canfcld will
play two pieces on tho lplln, nc
comp.mlcd by Frank Anderson on the
'i in: km pint:.
Carl Wallncr, whoso singing nnd
ImpcrsonittonH Innc pleased so
many of tho thcatergocra bag been -on
gaged by Mr 0crcnd for the Empire
Theater nnd opens thcro tomorrow1
nlghL In addition, the best moving
pictures that nrrlva In town will be
shown on tho screen
TRENT TELLS OF
City and County Treasurer Trent
has reported .a cash balance of $38,-
332 13 In the colters at tho closo of
business on Juno 30th. Tho rocclpts
for the month amounted to J86.727 B2
whllo during that period 148.305 39
wan illsporscd through various chan
MOM. WA.MS '10 HE
co KCTicirrs no vkk ok
Former .San Jose Suffragist Files Pa
pers Announcing Candidacy.
Concord, N. II , July 9 An nttor
ncy, acting ior Mrs. Murllla M. Illck
cr of Doer, Washington, D. C, and
San JosOj Cal j presented to tho Se&
retary of State today her declaration
of candidacy for tho llopubllcan gub
ernatorlal nomination at tho direct
primaries In September, accompanied
by tho $100 fco required by law. They
ttcro accepted by tho Secretary of
St ft to Btibjcct to an opinion to bo ob
tulued from tho Attorney-General as
to tho right o.t a uomnn to become
n candidate. Mrs ltlckor bus been
pi eminent In the woman suftrngo
inotcment, and us n taxpayer has at-!
temp tod to voto, but without success,
at many elections In Now Hampshire
During President McKtnloy's admin
istration alio applied for (he position
of Minister to Colombia The I'rcsl
dent was Inclined to fuvor hor at first,
but on tho advlco of others he dccld
ed ugdlnst Mrs. .nicker.
MEN WILL FIGHtI
Will Ask Courts to Decide Right to
Show Jeff-Johnson Films.
PHILADELPHIA, July C That
tho movlng-pleturo syndlcato owning
tho Johnson-Jeffries fight films will
resort to courts of tho several States
to detormlno their right to produce
tho pictures, was Indicated hero to
day whMi ono of the best-known
rjiovliifi-plcturq men In tho country
who ban a big Intorcst In tho ayn-
dkato, said that tho agitation agulnst
tho dUpluy of thp plfturcs would bo
Ho bald that tqo much money bad
beon Invested by ,Uie syndicate,
which represents twelve different In
terests, to stand by and see the fight
uluturcH prohibited' "without making
i contest to detormlno tho right of
ity authorities to Btup tho display.
Tho pictures, It was further un
nouncod, would be placed on public
vlow In New York, Uoston, Philadel
phia, Chliago and Bovorjil othor
Itlcs rfn Jul) 18.
Major Re) burn bald toda) that
there wlfl be no Interferpncft with
the pictures In thla clt). "We will
not atqp the production of the pic-
turpa In a prqpor placq,- he said.
"If atii rioting Is attempted weJ
villi stop t. but ,1 don't anticipate
my trouble "
LotH of pooplo am sorry Ihej
Lotight it eery tlmo the Installment
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Autos, 4 per hour, Iwls Stables
New Linen Drewes at Whitney ft
Arctic Soda Wntor has snap to It.
It eoos '-without saying that every
thing s Dcst at Tho Encore.
Ask for flalnler Deer when Iho bar
keeper sa)B to you "What 'II y' have?"
Jerry Jloonoy Js now at the Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car,
No. 270. Hotel and Union streets;
phone . ,
An enormous Clearing Balo Kill be
gin next Mondn) at A. Ulom, on Fort
alffct near Mcrctanla Heavy reduc
tion In all lines, Hoc ad In rrlday's
Fannie Costa was today granted a
dUorcc from her husband Jaclntho
Costn as ho has been taken to tho
loper settlement suffering from Chi
BIG SUPPLY OF EGGS IN
, STORAGE FOR WINTER
Fartytlve' MnUonArc Held in Chi
cago for High Rates.
CHICAGO. 111.. July C The hens
of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and
Ohio have slnco April laid 45,000,
000 eggg for the coldttorngc man,
according ito tho farmers wbo bavo
sold their product to tho represents
thes of the .Cbhaso. cold.storagc
houses. South Water street com
mission merchants admit that the
warehousemen hae canvassed four
States for the last thrro mouths,
buying fresh eggs from the farmers
nrd egg commissioners.
Millions of rges bought by the
cold-slorago representatives will not
be put on the Chicago markets for
sale until thcro Is a scarcity. The
eggs were purchased from tho farm
ers at an atcrage price rf 23 1-2 to
21 cents a dozen Two cents n
dozen Is added to cover Insurance,
storage costs, etc, which brings the
total cost up to about 2G cents a
If the eggs can be retailed In Chi
cago next winter at 45 cents a
dozen, at which the were sold last
winter, thcro will be a profit of 19
cents a dozen, or a total of some
AT UAHE JSLAM1
I)cntrojori 1II1 Ho to Suntn Iliirlinm
After Being llcpulred.
VALLEJO, July 10 After Becral
weeks spent In cruising along tho
coast ot Washlngtofi, tho torpedo boat
destrcjers Whipple, Hull, Truslun
and Stewart reached tho loivl navnl
ctation Inst night, nnd will ronuiu
btri for Homo time. TpJny tba.Mi.-
art wont on thp .dry dpek jor tho pm
poso of bating Jicr ludl iHiai'Cl mid
palntod Tho others will also under
go slmllnr repairs and vtjll receive
other minor overhauling and repairs
before leaving Maro island.
Upon their departure, tho four mos
quito vessels, which now maku up tho
first division of tho Pacific torpedo
feet, will go to Santa Barbir.i chnu
nil .where tbey will cngago In turgfll
I niUicc. Tho destroyer Hopkins,
now moored In Mare Isla td channel,
is to bo extensively ot("i!.iuWd at (ho
local Htutlon noon. Tii ll'.tlo beat's
englies are Bald to bri Ii ery bad
AMERICA TO SEE
, SULTAN OF SULU
MANILA. June 28. Tho Sultup
of Sulu, who once offered his hanii
in marriage ,to Miss Alice Koosovelt.
Ih to visit America. He announced
thut tho chief object of his trip
abroad Is to dispose of a collection
of pearls"! alucl ut something like
4250,000, tho proceeds from wrilch
will be devoted to Improving the
condltlpn of his people. He will be
accompanied by fourteen prominent
Moron. He already has sailed for
India and will make stops at seyeral
In .August, 1Q.00, "President 'I'aft,,
whp In his capvult) as Secretary ,ot
War was touring the Philippines
With a Congressional delegation and
an unofficial jpArty, vlsltod , Sulu.
The AmerlcansJncludlng President
iioosoveu b, uaugnier, were enter
tallied lavUJily b) Sultan HadJI Mo
hammed Jamahil-Klram, -who'shew-l
rod tpjm .witn gnu ana tuutly de
olured.hU wish to make MIbs Ilooso-
volt Sultana ot-tho Bul)l ,archlpolago,'
He Irrslsted th.t Jils people were
unanimous In their desire that ae
remain among them.
jMIss Jlooseielt, however, roturneu
homo tp becomo the wife of Con
gressman Nicholas Longworth, oue
'i I. i
C.UtIUUA. SKI CU.VKU8
Ii I I 9
There are burled cities of magnif
icent proportions Irsneath 1ho waters'.
ot the Caribbean Bca at no very great,
depth, according to Dr. Emll Monson
yl; of Budapest, Hungary, u well
known peologlst, wbo Ims spent some
time In -CVntrnl. Ame.rfcn, vulnclpaUr
Gunmnln, In archoolpglcnt rusench
BULLETIN AD3 PAY'SJ
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Clt) Transfer Co.
(Continued from Page 1)
tho Criterion aaloon ho loll In vlth
SIU a of tho Pantheon saloon, and
went ocr to the latter's wot Roods
"i'liad .a lienr at the Panthoon."
stated A)jes who has been laboring
in inc cause ot woiio) ism
siica ii no was soiicr nt tho tlmo
.. ,!. n.t.. 1 .. .. .
. niu iiKiu ill ino euiojn, Aires nu-.
milted Hint ho was
Tho mix lip occurred about nlno-
thirty tho nlghl following tho fearful
routing of tho "dris" Tho flooring
of A) res by tho combined onslaughts
of the pugnacious McFadden and
llelno caused man) bjstandcrs to
clear Iho floor for action.
A) res told tho court that lin was
minding hln own business. McFadden
declared 4halsAroi was "soro" when
he entered Iho barroom,
Arcs udmlttod that Jio had been
mm uy oaioonist Bin a t lat t wni
nOISed nllOllt thn alrnnta Ilm, l.n
Ares bad ,iotcl Illegally nt Wallcle ' iha,st of '', ' l"lwB t one
prtclnct. Upon thla matter A res ha,i flnco th."m All shipping Is handled
nothing further to say before tho court J,y for0.K"''- New " 'l'c" ' ,a
this morning. i 'orclgu' harbor, as witness tho ari-
Attorney -Charles Chllllngworth 0,,s "nKB nw" b) ltB sllPnlnK- llc
representing McFadden And Helno Bt,ltM:lnc,,
temptod to secure an admission from' ,ul3'' '"""'Co, Ocrmanj, Holland
Ajivs that he was the aggressor In nnu areat Hflln'n all aubsldlzo their
tho wrap. Thurston's ally did admit merchant marine., but man) men In
that ho wndod Into tho McFadden fea-
turcs nnd bolleicd that ho landed four
or fho well directed blows. Ho said
that ho had struck tho first blow,
Consldtrabtu djscrcpcncy was man- subsldy'of Its kind ecr undertaken
Itcstod In testimony concerning whatl Mr, Corey also spoke of tho great
might hao started tho fuss. A) res South American trade which now ex
charged McFadden with tho use of coeds that of the Orient nnd which
Indecent profanity. This could not bo Is now nlmort untouched by us. The
proven and four witnessed stated that
JMCinddens languago was really
chasto and gentlcmanl). t I
Tho two dofcndnnlB Insisted that
Ayros was simply nettled oicr tho nc-
qulsltlon made against him that "ho
was a prohibitionist nnd that ho had
.ult-.i m ivHi.iiiini wiuiuui naving uoen
Slha. tho proprietor of tho Pan
theon told of his attempts lo separ
ate tho jolting find tumbling combat
.ants. 'lorn I.ano a local fireman said that
A"yres was In bad humor when ho vis
ited tho Hotel street oasis In tho
Sahara of prohibition, namely tho
Pantheon. He- heard -Woolley's -agent
tell Mcl'ndden tp "closo his face" and
then there whs something doing.
All witnesses with tho exception of
Ayrcs posltltcly stated McFadden
used no bad language. Lano declar
ed Arcs on tho othor hand uttered
broad and full grown swear words In
his encounter with tho llttlo pugilist.
At any rato tho row -roHiiltod over
a discussion of a very dry topic. Over
tho whllo and foam capped tops of
tho .full beer glsssos It ,bnd Its origin
This fact bolng tnken Into consider
a,tlan iy tho court, McFadden charged
with profanity and llelno arraigned
for assault and battery can bo Bald to
havq.gotteu off ery easily.
Ayrca still bears tho marks ot his
lato encountor,-wlth-"tho guorrlllas of
ovll nnd tlmldlt)."
OPl'O.SU JlOOhKVKLT .. .,
Lus Angrlei Man lo lie Candidate for
Ooiiimauder-Iu-t'lilcf of Nmu-
M War Vctriini.
Los Angeles, July 0. When Uio
Spanish War iVete'rnnB of Iho tlnltod
States hold their annual oticampuetit
In Denver, September 2d, thcri w.111 bo
two candldutes for commandorrlii
chlcf. Ono will bo Theodoro Iloos,
velt, .candldnto ot the Kiat, and tho
other will be J. I. McLaughlin, candi
date of the Wet.
The contest rests solely on tho
question whejher u WeUorii or an
Eastern man ebnll.hrue t)tP.Uonic. . , .
The Los Angeles mint, who is ut
prcrcnt n Junior yhj-pojiiiuindor of
tho organization, haj been Indorsed
b Rovcntoen Western Statin, nnd oth
er States, , whoso conventions tomu b-
tween now and September, IniUJIne
Ca'l'.ornla, aro oxpoctod U add to libt
'J lie McLaughllp. boo.Tj J(u.s ,bt9n oul
ctb but vigorously iindnr way for
tlireo months, bnt tho Irat V'tbllc uu
noimecment of it was .undo lodn.
In the East Colonel Hoot-emR Is
regarded as an jnvlni'lhlo candidate
' . .
'A, married man compJalnB that ev
ery time he mecU onu ot his- wife's
relations bo is,nsk.ed to explain some
thing. BUffrngello pnj thn niernge wo
man's faith In hor liushnnd Is tufly
rumbcr Will II?
(JB. H, JUove)
NEW YOilK, Julv r, George J
Corey, cx-Unltcd States Consul to
Holland, iiokc on the mcrcluint ma'
r I no before Uio members of tho Fiat-
uush onr(1 of Trade, who met last
ulclit int ithe ilanhaltnn .Terre.
Field Club for the final Bcsslon of
tho summer. Mr Corey discussed
ilm tinmtilirav mil nntu i.rnr rnn.
crotn wh eli alma tn correct rnndU
lions the speaker pointed out as
largely detrimental to the -safety nnd
progress of tho country, "and he urged
ih .,i.,.. . i. ,i. ,.m h,.i.
,lmK)rt tilrollch their renro.entntlvo
when I.' comes up for passage.
In Europe, said Mr. Corey, Amcri
lea's great war fleet Is looked upon
ns n "grnnd bluff."
During the first two cnrs of his
consulate In Holland only olio mer
chant ship filing tho American flag
optcred the harbor of Now Amslor-
idatu, raid Mr. Core), nnd according
ln" country object to .Buusmics, an
clnrcd tho speaker. They did not ob
Ject to tho Panama Canal, howcior.l
which, ho declared, Is the biggest
Humphrey bill, said Mr. Core), alms
to encourago u merchant marine not
by tubsld) but Indirectly by pajlng
$4 a ton to steamers of the first and
second class for transportation of
mall to South American portB otid
tho Orient, nnd hnlf that sum to,
stcamora of Iho third clnBS.
COLLEGE EDUCATION AT '
TIMES IS HARMFUL
President of Michigan University
Talks Plainly to the Students.
ANN AltllOR, Mich., July 9.
President N. II. Hutchlns of the Uni
versity of Michigan, In addressing!
the summer studonta )estcrday, told
them that, 1i. general, a tollcgo
course was worth while, but enumer
ated certain circumstances under
whl"h he considered It not -worth
"The man who studies tho an
nouncement of his collego sololy for
tho purpose of discovering snaps und
adjusting his lfo to thcoi 1b weak
ened menially b) his collego experi
ence. Ho drifts also Into habits thatl
undermine jind eventually destroy
any inunllness and force of charac
ter with which io may have by na
turn boon endowed." '
The spcakor mMntalucd that -the
-collego course. If worth while, should
bo nn,textcmlvo one, demanding tho
cxcrclso. of the student's best pow
ers, but ho said; ,. . ,
"A college courao is not .worth
whllo In 'tills age of nctivitl ,iind
l glnal thinking, lu- this age of,
gieat achlevemei.U and great oppor
tunities, if It imtkes.of a'.man a moro
!avo to tho teaming of others." ,
AMERICA RESTS IN
THE IIAQUJE, July l.T-dcorgo Tur
ner, of counsel for tho United States,
closed hla nrgumcut tojlay before the
arbitration tribunal that Is to decide
tho New Foundland fisheries dlsputo
between Anvflan and Oroat Ilrltutn
During tho eight dn nnnwhlch
Turner has spoken ho has doveloped
the contention that the United States
has an equal voice, with G,ruat Urltsln
In legislation Involving tthe fisheries
of the New Kuundland coast and In
thn nnmi-f-nmnnl if din rAiriilnllntiu .
.... ..,.. ww,..-,,.. -. .i; .ivi.li.i.i,, l
In closing. Turner declared that
though ho had spoken frcoly, Ha had
"desired throughout to show tho groat
ost respect to England. Tho United
Status and England, ho said, wora
common In blood, history, legislation
and language, ,
"Perhapi tho disputes -botwecn the
two tuitions were duo partly to the
closo relationship," said Turner! 'ifor,
when tho British lion roared across'
tho waters American bUod grow 'hot
and a idcflant roar was sent back
though peace and silence -quickly
again held away"
Sir James Winter will address the
court next week. v
When ),ou hear un underlnkpr
growling about the Increased cnat'pf
Jltlng ho Is probably tr)lng tn boost
Shijpptag I "$
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT. ' 1
. ' -
Thursday, July 28. ,i
Oahu ports J. A. Cummins, Stinr.J
a. m f jr-
Y WATERPHuNT NOTES
MIKE F1TZOKIIALD, manager id
the Merchants' Exchange at Mclgga
wharf, San Francisco, gazing sen-
waul for the mall steamer Asia,
espied a small dark object moving
toward the wharf about a mile oft
shore- In n few minute FltsgornlU
made out tho object to be a dog's
hCai. Tho tldo was, ebbing -fast, but
tho animal kent Its tourse , directly
Inshore to the breakwater of Fisher-
man's cove. About fifteen minutes
passed before -the -animal, a 'big
shaggy collie, scrambled weakly over
thn rockV nnd dracccd Itself toward
the lookout. There Is always a hos
pitable warmth ln tho station nt
Melggs .and soon the dog was tying
heforo the crackling tiro. It just
sank down In n heap and slept. Tho
animal had swam In a mile and a
half from the schooner Transit,
which was lying off ther foot lot
Powpll street, Tho Transit later.
went to sea -under hor own canvass
destined for Honolulu, with a cargo
of general merchandise.
WHILE PASSINO papers nt sea,
thn vrhnnnrri .fnmeji ltnlnh. .Cantatn
Olrou, and the British ship Hartford,'
Captain MacDonald, collided with
slight damage to tho former cssel.
Ono of tho bIUp's nrds split tho nilz
zen upper topsail of tho schooner,
Tho James Ilolph arrived at. San
Francisco after a passage "of thirty-'
ono da) s from liana with n cargo of
16,200 bags of sugar to Williams,!
Dlmond & Co. Tho mishap occurred.
nt 0:30 o'clock on the morning of
Juio 21, In Intllude 30 north, .longl-
tuao K.7 40 west. Tho vossels wcrq
npproachlng each other, and papers
wero to hnvo beon transferred by a
smnll boat, when It calmed suddon,'
ly. The Kolph struck tho shlp'ton
the port quarter, but the Impact did
no moro damage than to scrape a lit
tle paint off. Tho Hertford, which
le laden with n cargo of coal, la.ex
peeled -to arrive ut Sail Frauclscp ut
any time. She has a cargo of co.il
.IN A FOO on July 7 off-San Frnti-
clsco, tho pilot schooner America had
a collision with .the Anierl:n-lla.,
wallan ifrclghter Isthmian, Captain
Hall, but was, not seriously damaged.
Tho pilots hoard 'tho Isthmlan'H siren
In tho fog, and wero getting Into po
sition to put Pilot Mathlcion aboard,
when the bowsprit of tho echoaucr
scraped against the steel sides tif tho
freighter. Iho bowsprit waa car-,
rled away by tho Impact. The,
America came Jn, and the Jady
Mlno was tent out to take her place
.SATURDAY AFTERNOON Is the
time set for the arrival, of tho. Jap 1
jinceo liner Tcnyo .Harp, copilng
from the Orient and due to leavo
about twelve hundred tons of gen
eral cargo at Honolulu before .con
tinuing the vojago to San J-'rapclsco.
At 8 o'clock last night the Tcnyo
Maru was a thousand miles off tho
, - 9
JUST AS OWNERS nnd Bhlppcra
witjro beginning tog,t anxious re'
gardlng hor, the American ship Dl
rlgo. Captain Qhapman, arrived at
San Francisco on July 4, completing
n slow passage pf 464 days fronuNew
York. She brought a cargo of mer
chandise to Bates & Cbesebrough.
ONE IlUNDJtKD And flUy-ione
lighting .ships were launched for the
varloua navies of tbo world, In 1009,
according .to Llods'annuur returns.
Thoy had a collective .displacement
of 404,470 tons, approximately 100,
000 tons grqatoijban the, ships of.
the preceding year,
VES8ELS Aim searching the-coast
of Valparaiso, Chile, for the.,Btoam-
shlp-Q.ulpue, .whloh sailed from An-
cud on Juno 24, for Corral, ,and bad
I not reaqhcd that port on tho 29th.
TJie dlstanco botweou the ports Is
only no miles.
ON THE 0IIUAT LAKES, 47 steel"
steamers of l4C,spc,tons wero built
fin 1910, as compared with 3Gsteam-
ors of 88,420 toua during tho prc
A SHIPMENT of lumber-dcs'tln'ed
for Honolulu has left Port Ludlow
by tho.bnrkentlnp IrniBujd, which
,wHcd yesterday. f
REAL '.ESTATE IRANaACTJONS.,
Entered Tor Record j'uly ?7, 19)0,
Peter Malao and wf -to' Holcniauo
Lnnd Co Ltd ;D
Lau Sang.ct al by Atft of Mtgce '
to Lau Kapl Fore Entry
J 'Nagatolshl to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd
Mariano Joso ot al to Olaa Sugar ,
Co Ltd CM
Kauai Fruit i. Land fci Ltd 4o U.
band RpdrlHilos . il
' Entered -for Record sulv efl. 1910.
J Wra-'ll Castle Tr to W M -ICalal-,
..wait ,,.,, ,,....M".M.Kel
4i - .
Wedr,edy, Jply 27.
San Francisco via Kahulul and Port
Allen Hyadds, All K.' B..B, v m.
j PAa'ENaEWt l?OokcO 1
"" Per stmr." Clandlno .tor Maul and
Hnwnll port July 29.-J-Mrs. Dr. Ita)
,raond, Miss V. Makcc, Miss II. Lucas,
C, K Short, Miss K. Kinney, S,.K
iDatlollc, Father Francis.
Per M. N. S. 8. il.urllno . for an
Francisco, Aug. 0. Mrs.-iO. -P. ful-
loch, Miss M. Tulloch, A. D. Baldwin,
Mrs. Baldwin. Miss Bthcl E..Cox, Miss
H. Henry, W. T. tCardon, J. J. Car-
den JiJUw. Prime, Miss Prime, Mrs.
Geo. A. Martin. Miss E. Mack. Mrs.
M. 8. Mack. .n.JIolmann,.,M. .C Har
rison, Miss I. Curtis, Miss Ella Mo
loney, M. Pagan. ,Mr, Fagan, J.'.'Jt
ponglas, A. Parish, II. Parish, l. A.
C. Parish, Mrs. Parish, Miss Nolllo
Crano, Miss T. cVssltly.
JIslls are ituo . at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Son-lFranclscar-Per Asia, Aug. 2.
Colonels Per gcalandla, Aug. 1C.
Yokohama Pet Mongolia,' July 28,
Vancomcr 'Per 'Makura, Aug. 13.
Malls will depart for the follnflog
points as follows: .
San Francisco Mongolia, July 29.
Vancouver Pcr.Zoalqndln, Aug. J6.
'Yokohama .Per Aela,:Aug. 2.'
Cgloplcs rcr Makura, Aug,? 19.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
YOKOHAMA Sailed July 28:
Korea, .for Honolulu.
SAUNA CItUZ Sailed July 27
8. Mls8ourlan, tor San Dlcgo.
, wiVtnvnnMT unrri f- ""
..r..-... ..W... .-V.W
Tjm HKiTlbll trninp trcignter
Zambesi, with a shipment of oyer
five thousand tons of Australian coal
consigned! to HonoluJi),-, ha ,saR,ed
trnm -Newcastle, N. 8.'.W, ,Tho Zam
besi U ono ot the ilmo-honorcd fig
ures in tho coal trade. For, a rar
at a tlmo the Zambesi made regular
trjps between tho Australian vCoal
port und ttvo Philippines. ,The,tran.U
.fans also beon t'rcfluently,chartered4o
tako BhlpQients of srlcp from Saigon
and llangooi), destined for Mediter
ranean ports. Thc,Znmbctll8 onoof
the lucky -trantni 'that1- hns alwajo
managed .to Mti husy.i ,,
(.Installation, its certainly, living, u Jo
tne most itapguinp expeciojions pt
the- orflccrs' ot that ship. Great
thlngi were expected from the pla.qt.
Jt was predicted .that the Mararoa
wireless would equal nnd perhaps
eclipse -tho .existing records ,ou tho
J'aclfli At 8, o'clock last evening
tholnramn was heard ,f,rom at, a dis
tance of 310 mlcs off the port, Tlio
vessel is .senmlng towards usirn
Man jtorts nnd departed from Fan
ning Island at 3;20 yesterday after
CASTLE & COOKE, tho Jocl rep
rcsentatlves .for Uio Matsau Nnvlga-
4lpn .Ltcanief JUurllne, have, beep ad-
yled of the sailing or the Hnpr,from
San ,1'ranclnco. Tho Lurijpe should
arrlvo here next Tuesduy morning 'it
all goes well. Tho bookings at the
offlco In'dlcato that the Lurllne will
en) I on her return trlitp-San Fran
cisco on August 9 with a'' goodly
company of cabin jas.engera.
' a i
' A CABLE rrec,eved at the office of
tho American - Hawaiian line an
nounces the departuro of the freight
er Virginian .for Honolulu. The -vessel
sailed yesterday ,a.nd s under,
stood to bring down freight that loft
Now York on Jnne 12-,by .tho. steamer
Luchenbach. The cargo wat.,trun
shipped at Tchuantepec to the Vir
ginian, and tblsjsscl shoptd arrive
here on "August 2. , '
ONE HUNDRED (an,l 'twonty-flve
passoiigors can bo aicarfimodaod ,fyr
transportation .to, San FTanqlsco by
the Pacific Mall steamer Mongolia,
jl.H-t9 arrjvu.herp toruorrpv morp
Iqg. .Tbo voisel k coming, from the
Orlrnti Tho Mongolia ,ll ,rccf lye a
prompt dispatch Uirpugh the Agency
of II, ,Hackfeld &. Co. One thousand
tons of general cargo will be left at
Honolulu. ! ,
I , t
MODERATE nnrtheast, winds and
yrmoth seas UaYe'becn, njet wltb by
the Matsun Navigation teame,r r-'i-trprlse,
Recording to a wireless 're
pqrf ,iecelvcd frpp IJint vessef'last
plght, Thp Rnterpjlsp 'is stemming
frpm Hllo to.Sanfanclsco, and was
471 nUcB off the jiortat 8 p, m.
FHTKEN NEW steel ocean steam
ers were launched, the largest of
which wus the Wllheluilna, -of-6974
tons, , Thp Bchooner.'Vyjpmlns. 3730
tonB. built at Rath', -Me., Is the'lars-
est wooden vessel ever built, ln the
United Btates. '
IT IS1 NOW predlcted.that.thej'a-
elff' Mall titeamer' Moi.colla, from
Hongkong In.Jnpnii fmrts, wllljir
rlro nt Honolulu about noon tomor
row. The vowel goes, to the Alaken