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Honolnln First Degree.
Oceanic Second Doirrrc.
All YllltlriK uieiubem uf -U
order nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting' of loral lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
, MARINE ENGINEERS' S Auo!
BtHtNUIAL AJVWIOH. ciationi cor
HARMONY L0DOE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hull, Fort Street.
D. K. UBNOnY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noble Orand.
, All vliltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1", K. :of P.
Meet ever first and third Fri
day evening at 7.30 In K. of P. Hall
jorner Fort and Ueretanla. Vlsltlni,
orothen cordlall Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
o. f. Heine, ic n. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meeti every flrst and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias ilall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem
B. V. TODU, C. ot II.
.HONOLULU AERIE HO. P. 0. E.
il?it on the 2nd jud 4 th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
1:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Ueretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at-
W. 11. HILEY, W. P,
VM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
SONOLUIU LODOE 610.-BrPrO.-Er
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D.-PrO.-dlks,
meets In their ball, on Kim;
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY". ISTBT
GEO. T. KLUEOEL, gee.
WM. MoKINIEY LODOE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4tb Saturday
venlng at 7:30 -o'clock in K. ot P
Hall, cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H. A. TAYLOll. C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON. K. H. 8.
YOU CAN LAY IT
When you (jet a ready roof,
ins that hat all the good qual
ities of pure rubber and none
of the bad, and outlasts it ten
times over, besides being wa
ter proof and climate proof,
you have just about a perfect
roof covering that's CONGO,
Lewers & CooRc,
177 60. KING- ST.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED
! Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
CATHOLIC SISTERS '
Phone 179 Nieht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Blanch of the Harrison
Has been called and Is DUR JUNE.
JD and DELINQUENT on JULY 16.'
(Continued from Pace 1) ;
go his way. Hint was shortly after
tho plolilucilp totlns day.
"I tultl him that I wouhl 5ie him
Liter about the matter.
"The clay after that I met Cohen
and he asked me If I had Been An
drews. I replied that 1 had,
"Did he maka jou any hlteiV cald
"'Yes,' I refilled' but It wasn't
"Then Cohen Bald that ho would
make It one hundred' ami fifty dollar.'
"I told Cohen (hat I could not nc.
ccpt the offer. I wan at that lima
working with the executive commit'
tee of tho Antl-l'rohlhlllonlsts.
"Cohen said he was. sorry for as
long as I worked for the Antl-Prnht
hltlonltlx I could lo little for lilm ns
ho and 111' executive committer? did
not hitch. 1 asked Cohen why hn did
not go to the committer nnd mako up.
Ho said ho hnct hcen In them nnd
dono what he could. He said he had
done more limn his, share In making
advances and still they would havo
nothing to do with him, or al least
would not deal with him In his Rati
"About Ihroo weeks ngn Mnthcsnn.
the editor of the Advertiser1 wroto n
letter to t'harllo Achl asking Achl to
meet him on certain Imikirtanl mat
"Finally when Achl ngrced to meet
him, Mnthoson asked Arhl If lie would
not support Weaver for County At
torney, J, C. Cohen for Senator, and
Correa for the. House. Correa Is an
employe of Iho Advertiser. If ho
would agree In Oils' the Advertiser
crowd would support practically any
thing Achl wanted.
"Achl's. response' was that he had
already seen Weaver, and Weaver
had refused to run. Slnco he had re
fused, lw Achl, had pledged his. sup
port to Cathcart.
"Mathcson then gave Achl to under
stand that J. I'. Cooke had maito tho
statement that unless Cathcart was
put off the ticket and they had tho
full say as to who should he sent to
tho Scnato and-the House, tiio Plant
era would not, put up a single cent
for tho Republican campaign. ,
"Achl replied, 'Money can't always
"In the meantime, whllo tho Achl
Mathcson conference was simmering,
Joe Cohen made the boast tlat ho
hid the Republican party In hls'h'aritts
and that he was tho' man who'was go
ing to framo tho Republican platform.
"The Hawallans arc satisfied thai
Andrews was brought hack hero to
do politics for Thurston.
"Tho Hawallans also feel that Co
hen Is nothing hut a mallhlnl and If
ahoy should comblno to knock, out the
Cohen anarsndrews combination It
ts-a--work""naT should bo supported
by every decent citizen In tho Uepub
llcan party. .
There has been a rumor current
-1-lha.t. Cohen has been supplying An-
-4 ... . T .L- . ..
Tlrurcs with fund's, tho practical result
iif-9ilch would be. to secure him the
-rfinmbatlon to-lhs.'. Senate, If posi
tions li. tho Senate or nnywhero eiso
aro to bo put up to trade nnd barter
what chanco will tho poor people
"I am not aspiring for any position
as a political boss but I am willing
to comblno with any citizens in tno
rnrtv to down a dictatorship by such
men as Mathcson, who has no vote
and has lately taken out citizenship
papers, Androws Iho Imported polltl
clan, atid Cohen who ought to e:
plain some of his actions and anions
.hem how he loft tho hand boys after
lint famous trip,
"As for Andrews, I am reliably In
jnrmfd that tho suggestion came from
him to tho liquor people, to iho effact
that If thoy would stand by him to
handle the preliminary campaign, ho
could see that nothing antagonistic to
tho liquor Interests would bo put In
tho Republican platform.
"1 am quite certain that there, aro
affidavits In existence that support
this assertion anil i:ame tho definite
"I nm very certain that tho liquor
peoplo turned the thing down flat,
atr-mJLCETiN ads pay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. . All druggists,, refund
the money if it, fails, to cure.
E. W. drove's signature is on,
each box .
PARIS MEDjetN&CO, St. Uuii. U a. A.
HG-yV - TQ'-DAY
To the Stockholders of the Hawaii
Tobacco Plantation 'Company,
The annual meeting of the stock
holders ot this company will be held
t the offices of Thompson, demons
fc Wilder, Campbell block, Honolulu,
mi Wednesday, August 17, 1910, at
0 o'clock. a, m,
Honolulu, August-1, 1910, :
408b;2t , '
I LOCAL AND GENERAL
1 ' '. ' " '-
Ceo Two Elsht Ch,. It
Autoi, l per hour, LeiyH Stables;
If yo'ur hofae dr dog h sick. Iff R.
Rowatf'D. V. 8., fhone 1429.
It goes without saying that every-
tilntfls Rest, at Tho Encore. . '
VPeatell Auto for hlfa. Phono 193
James Uakcr.' Yohne H6tel Stand.
The, quality, ot our soda Is, hlgH.'
Lelthtsad and Woodward, phono Gf7.
City and County Attorney Cathcart
prosecuted1 In the police' court this
it)o Jrbuv want a cleah comfortable
room $1:60 or $2 -week? Call 1281
If ybu want' a good Job dono on an
auto or carrlago tako It to Hawaiian
Carrlttgo Mfg. Co.. 417 Queen St.
When, burglaries aro 'nttmeron's. n
safe deposit box Is n grpat relief
(rom worry. Kent one today from
he Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd.
For distilled water. Hire's Hoot
Deer and all other popular drinks.
Ring up phone 71, Consolidated Soda
Pay cash and ask for green stamps:
They're free. Call at the show rooms
and see what you get freo for
Jerry Rooney Is now at. the Auto
Livery Co. with his Packurd car.
No. 270. Hotel and Union streets;
' Joe Wcsthrook was found bullly of
)iecd'ess driving it nn autnmoMI6
pnd lined 140 nnd o.osts this morning
by .IiUgp Andrndn. Wosllirook had
collided with another machine put
on Kalakatia avenue somo time ago.
and Iho present case nroso through
(Continued, from Pace 1)
Is no more consistent worker at the
polls or a voter than the fellow that
Is drawing down his dally wago as
an employe of the municipality.
As one well-known city official put
the case this morning: "There' arc
between threo nl:d four hundred men
employed at tho nreseut tlmo In the
maintenance 'nnd the building of new
roads In Honolulu district alone.
These workers nre In most nvcry In
stance drawn from the rankn ot clt.
Izen labor and all have n voice at
the polls on the day In November
when the fate ot office-holders are
held In the balance.
"To carry out the paving scheme
aa.outllned for the business section
of Kort street would entail nn ex
penditure, roughly speaking, ot
about 118,000. To settle this claim
Svould necessitate the abandonment
of all further road work, in, Hono
lulu, district. What would ho the
"Between, three and four. hundfe'i
men and voters loso their jobs. Then
comes tho weeping and walling and
gnashing "of teeth.
"To pavo Kort street or any other
downtown thoroughfare by the hltti'
llthl; process would not require more
than twenty or twenty-five men. One
or two of, these Vould bo high-prlcert
experts who would attend to tho
mixing andt superintend the laying
ui uit) pmuuieu preparation. i n
remainder of tho laborers would bo
drawn from the ranks .of the un
"The offset In favor of the contln
hatlon of the present scheme of road
Work Just at this critical time Is
plainly apparent to (he most ardent
supporter- of1 pavement from among
' "It looks as If there was"no onai
at present enrolled In the board who'
would have 'the hardihood to stand
MP and recommend that tho meal
tickets' of several hundred, ronstltu
ents be taken away' from inem.
".The. city-coffers nre. woofully snbrt
tH. iuuus, inem is uoi mo ri'mui
est possibility ot paying for the pave
Ing. of Fort street and at the same
time carry on tho present, schenie for
road work In Honolulu district."
AGED MM USES;
GUN ON SELF
f Continued from'iPaire IV
Alongside the body was a revolver,
and two empty shells were found In
the cylinder. The pollco'Wero' h'otIV
lied, und Officer Nobrlga went to tho
scene ot tho .tragedy, Later on. Cor
oner Hose and a jury Inspected tho
remains hnd an Inquest will be hejd
Tho old man was considered fair,
ly well off, having about 1C00O In
That It was a clear caso ol.sulcldn
there Is no doubt,
- Yesterday he- said to a friend.
don't feel well, It anything, happens
f-n mn vni. Innlr nnl fn. h(n... Mill".'. '"'I ,. """
'- ' , "T" "r " '"
III, BUI. hl lisio.
C i T" " i ..I
other. Islands. The, -have been r.otl
.'.L ?T . u",S"fc1 -"V;
father and one of them Is .expected
to corao to Honolulu at once,
Our Now Phone
City Transfer Co.
WIRRLESa reports ttaclvcil at Ho
nolulu- last pvnlng Include tiding
from the-roUowlnE veMel. It H. HI-,
Cfra, nt Sen, Inbound, 8 pi m , Alt
glut 1. 1243 mllet from Honolulu;
northwest winds, sea smooth, all
well. S. S,l.urlln, at Sta, itih.iund.
8 p. m August 1. ICiJ mllM. light
south winds, smooth roa. H. H. Tenyn
Maru, nt Hea, oullmii'id, 8 p. in.. An
gtist 1. 187 miles, smonlh son. fl. 8.
Hyndcn, at Sea, imtlinund from Port
Allen, 8 p. m., August 1. 77 miles
THKRK WAS A goodly number of
cabin passengers wim look their do
pnrture for Hawaii mrln tlil.4 morn
ing by the Inter-Island steamer Ma
.una Ken. Tho vessel carried runny
iwhn will proceed In II llo and from
Ihero 'Journey In tho V)ilcann and
wllness the renewed actlvllj1 of Iho
natural wonder on Hawaii. The Ma
ti"i Kea Is salllnB on her now sche
dule and departs for Hllo nnd way
ports nt ten o'clock each Tuesday
ON NKXT Saturday Is cxieclcd Ihe
arrival cf the Pacific Mall steamer
Korea. This vessel Is reported as
bringing fourteen hundred and fifty
tons' or Oriental mcrchndlsc for Ho,
nolulu. Tho. Korea will l given a
prompt dlBpatch for San I-'ranclsco
through Iho agency of H. Hackreid
and Company. The vessel will berth
at Alakea wharf.
Bonds' Of $135,000 Are
, To Manage
A deal was brought oft yrvsterday
whereby the Raymond Ranch, on the
Uland of'.Maul, changed hands. This
nctlon broi&ht into effect a bond is
sue of li 35,000, '
The direct control of tho ranch will
be, In tho hands of tho First National
Bauk of Wulluku, and the bank vlll
nppolnt nn agent who will tnko the
superlntendency und rcelilo on tho
James II. Raymoad and hit v.lfe.
Phoebe K. Raymond, executed n first
mortgage to the Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, to secure iho 1135,000 Issue,
James II .Raymond, J. .M. Dowsctt and
P. I). Lufkln wcro r,utuod at trustees
to direct the manii'geme'nt of the
ranch, nnd the First National Han't of
Wnlluku was duslgnatcd as agent of
the hoard of trustees.
The bank is to ricelvo 1100 per
month for its services.
The bonds will bo duo August 1,
1930, though the board of trustees
make take them up at tho end ot ten
years or on August 1 of any yenr be
tween 1920 and 1930. Tho profits of
the ranch will bo distributed by the
board of trustees.
The ranch, according o tho provi
sions of tho agreement, must bo kept
In good condition, and any falluro'lo
pay taxes or Insurance or to' keep the
entlro property In ftrst-ratq cpndltlon
will give tho bondholders a right to
STACKS. ARE QUIET-
Th biKlnqis rtoilpm sugar stocks
ut tension und between boards was
not ot such magnltudu. as to mako
one sit up and taku notice.
lletwccn boards id Pioneer went
at 22S. Thin-Is 'a, drop ofll from tho
quotation at tho last previous sale
Four hundred Ewa changed hands at
.34, which shows mi upward move
ovor the last prevlouq salo quoted at
A block, of 16 Haw, Sug; moved at
There were, only, tw.n transactions
at session sales. .- Flvo Honokaa at
18.25, and flvo, Oabu Sug. at 31,125
Tho la(ter Is- a slights advance over
(lie Inst previous salo.
DO NOT" ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE
when you want P'orry. Duvls' Painkiller,
as nothing la as good ror rheuniatlsni,
neuralgia and slmllari trouble's., ' 70
years lu constant uso, '26c, 35c and
Dr. H. W. Wiley, chief .of tho
United States. Ilurcau ot Chemistry,
hereafter will devote' his attention
In tli lnl,n.nlnnr nn.1 th 1an-.il wn.l.
wi'i be doija by a, layvycr,
,.,. ,,,,, T,h ,o.,,0 ,-.
tack,ed aa sho lay asleep at Mount
- '',", M'sh.. by an nssallant who
Mcmi after cl,(tng ,
1 thlC nhtr'fractuclni; her skull with
l-ft 8booniaUf.s udmrt(!ri
Number Will Ilo
(Jas. II. Love)
' I WATERFRjJNTNOiea, ,
TUB TRANSPORT Crool contrary
la recent rumors, will remain' In Ma-
nllaC bay fonsever'al months to cam!
"Ihe expense of helping her there Is
great aa comtared in (hat In San
Francisco. Thf monlhly cost of main
talnlug Iho transport In thin city. In
eluding an fapetiMvo crew. Is nboilt
$5.rifl while. In San Francisco tlin
coit would bo only Ibid as Ihe orcw
cnlil'd ho released nnd till vessel kept
at tho dock. Upon Inquiry at bend
quarters It was learned thai Iho'
Crook would remain In Asiatic waters
until (hn departure of Ihe next regl
ment of troops for thn United Slate.i
when she would bo mod to Iran.ipnrt
them tn Hnn Frnnrsco. The 13lli
Carntry will lo Iho next regiment to
Mil hut It will not depart before
FINF. WUATIIKR along tho coast
of Kona nnd Kau nnd no rain In Ha-
makua Is tho weather report brought
In Honolulu tliU mrtrnlnir hv Ihn ofll-
cers of the Inter-Island steamer Ma
unii Ua. Tho Vessel arrived at nn
early h6ur with n large number of
cablti nnd 'deck passengers. Tho Ma
nna Loa brought a freight list Includ
ing 8500 sacks sugar. H5 sacks cof
fco, CI hunches bananas, 41 cases
fruit, 10 hogs, 11 crntos chickens, I2i.
plecca koa. lumber, lfiS packages sun
dries and shipments of ginger, fish,
pears, butterst preserves, wool and
turkeys. The Mniinn Iia will bo dis
patched for windward Hawaii ports
on Friday noon. Tlicro Is a largo
booking of- passengers for Iho out
ACCORDING to ndvlres received
by tho Tenyn Maru, Alfred Hull &
Co. have placed nn order for n new
llluo Funnel liner with Scott's Ship-
building nnd ICligliienrlng Company
n't Oreeiioak. It, H preHiimahly for
the Llverpool-Tncoma service. Thtre
aro three new steamers nlready
under construction for the Holt com
pany, hut these are designed for the
Australian service, according to an
nouncements recently made. The
new type Is to ho of the came,' type
as the Protest Inus. She Is also ,to he
equipped with accommodations for a
limited number ot passengers. She
will bo englned by the builders,
. ,. . (
A WIRELESS, telegraph. Rfntlon will
soon be In operation at Durban. The
question of wireless' telegraphy in
South African waters camo promin
ently to Iho front Inst July In co'nncc
tlou with the disappearance of tho
Wartah. At Iho present tlmo not
many steamers engaged In the South
African trade aro fitted with tho no'-
cessary apparatus. With tho, provi
sion ot n station at Durban, however.
It may bo anticipated that all vessels
engaged In tho South' African' trade
will see ' Iho' advantage nt adopting
A NOVEL METHOD of recovering
h, sunken cargo has. been adopted by
tho United States. Steel Company. A
largo magnet, 3f, feet In diameter
and weighing 300 pounds has been
employed In raising k'6gs of nails
from n bnrgo that was sunk In tho
Mississippi River near New Orleans,
Tho magnet raised flvo or six kegs
Jit a iimc, or aooui a ion ai encu
Ift. Tho magnet Is soon to lip used
for raising' "a sunltcn load, of woven
wlro arid also "of. steel baling strips.
A OENERAL CAntJO ot merchan
dise and supplies from New York' and
also additional from San Francisco
nud Seattle, Is duo to arrlvo al Hono
lulu' tomorrow morning by (ho tile
Anictlcnn-lthwullun freighter" Vlrgl-'
hlan. Tho' vessel will proceed, to iho
railway wharf, to dschurg3 and then
take cm, n srilpmcnt of stiar des'tlri
od'frtr tho. IsU'linus f Tchuanepcc,
' -n. .; ' ."-
THE MATSON Navigation Blcamcr
Liirllnc Is duo to. arrlvo at tho port
from San Francisco lomo'rrow morn
ing bringing over five thousand tons
general cargo fi-om tho mainland. Tie
vessel will arrlvo with 40- passengers.
6 sacks, mall besides express matter.
Tho: vessel- will proceed to Kahulul
from hero. The Lurllno has COO tons
mcrcliandlso for Maul.
CATTLE FROM Kawalhoo and a
sh'rlpmc'nt of. sij'gay taken on nt Ho
nuapo should arrlvo lcro within n
few days by the,' Inter-Island steamer
Maul, Tho vessel Is duo at Kawalhoe
THIRTY Japanese will popart for
tho Orient this afternoon by tho Paci
fic' Mall Intermediate, steamer Asia.
The vesse) will Vail' at threo- o'clock
hnd' also 'tako 'about a dozen passen
gers In Iho saloon. '
' THE RATE" WAR among, tho lines
operating stoamers between Hong-
ong nnd Canton, has been brought tu
nn end by an adjustment, arranged
by tho Interested companies,
l SIR JOHN ELLERMAN, controlling
owner of tho Ellermnn, City nnd Hall
lines, la negotiating a deal for the
Snv ' ,he Alb'' B?eam9h,P
'" ''li ii
Monday, A"0- L
San Francisco Ada, P. M. S. S.,
St 40 p. m.
Lclth Jean Baptlste, rr, bl: 4:30
Tunday, Auq. 2.
Kona and Kau porte Manna Loa,
rtmr., a. m.
i " '
Per P. M. 8. S. Asia from Ran
Franrlsco For Honolulu: Dr. II. W.
Coo. For Yokohama: O. A, Hlngloy,
F. A. llrown, C. O. Dltlmr, T. Do-
moto, Mrs. W, Ehell, Rev. Wm. C.
tlemmllt, (1. Hnrvlo, Mrs. (1. Ilarvle.
Master Tlios. IIarflp, Henry Hilton,
T. Komada, Walter E. Mnnldey, MrR.
O. Hovel, II. W. Schwart!!. Mrs. C.
Taiiahaslil, fl. I-'. Tii'mer. For Kobe!
l-'rank P. Ileal, .Inn. Heeche'r, J. P.
Doughlen, Jr., J, Livingston, Mrs, J.
Livingston, It. K. Purlnglon. Mro R.
K. Purlnton and Infant, Miss (Cather
ine Pitrliiton. Prof. Ambrose; II.' Win
ston. For Nagasaki: Mrs. A. Emer
son. J. V. N. Talmagp, Mrs. J. V. N
Talmago. For Shanghnl: Miss Emma
.1. Ilctnw, Miss Jullctln Clifford, Mian
ICdnn Davis, J. J. Evans, II. II. Haw
kins, C. E. Ilunno'.x, W. .1", Hunnpx,
W. R. Keller. King Ping Yang. Miss
E.ilth Parker, F. It. Pcatross. Mls.i
P. Wlntern, Dr. S. I. Woodbrldgo. For
Hongkong: Mrs. E. Aher, W. W. Arm
strong, E. W. Dauckham, Mrs. M. A.
'Collier, Mrs. J. Do Frlda, Master L.
Do l'rldn, Mrn. J. Dumas, Miss L.
Ewers, (Jen. A, Fisher. Mrs. Oen, A.
J-'Isher, Mrs. S. la flruvo, Jas. V.
Kldd, R. M. Denlsnn, Oen. II. Kldd,
Mrs. J. S. Mason, Mrs. Mndga Mitch
ell, A. E. Noble, Mrs. A. E. Noble
and Infant, R. M. Slmrtloff, V, W.
Smallman, Mrs. F. W. Smallnian, O.
Ti Sproat, Mrs. W, H. Taylpr, Mrs.
R. Wilson, Z. 55. Zee, J. n. Ynpger.
I-om Honolulu: Jesso Howard, JessO
Howard, Jr., Miss Nina Howard, Miss
V. Howard, Mrs. L. L. Wilson. Mlsn
Mildred Wilson, Master David II. Wil
Per stmr. Mauna Ixia from Kona
hpd Kan ports. Aig. 2. Mrn. Prlti
man, Mrs, Salisbury, Miss Ilcrlschy,
Mrs. Dertschy, Mrs. Vroom, M. Sher
wood, J. McCnmbcr, Mrs. C. A. Ole
pau, J. Oaspar, Rev. 8. U Desha, T.
O. White. ' O. Sorcnson, h. Stelnor,
Sirs. Soarcs, Rov. I.ono, H. Schoflold,
John Oregg, Miss" Hooper; J, Oreen
woll, J. Soarcs, J. S. Atavello.'j. Phil
lips," Mrs. Cant. Peterson. Mrs. M. A.
I.cnon, Mrs. Knight, Miss Porker,
Miss DowBClt, Miss Townrt, Mrs. To-
wart, A. Parish, II. Uecklcy, A. J.
Williamson, P. L. Weaver. C. A. Mc
Donald. Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. J. Hose,
IMPROVEMENT IN Ihe shipping.
trado has been, followed by nn In
crcas di-mands for maMcrs and offl
cers at rntcs of nay which arc con
sidered satisfactory. At. present In
England, mates of cargo steamers aro
paid from 10 so 11 a montn, rcmi-g'rint-carrylng
steamers In tho Cana-
lllaq trado hav'o engaged mates at
'XU, second mates nt 10, third
mates at 8. and fourth mates at C
10b, In tho caso ot u largo emigrant
steamer the master gets. 30 per
iimnlli Thn imv nt salllnc shin mas
tcrs Is now about ,18..to 20, Chief
officers In sail overago 9 to 10
and second mates 6 10s to C.
IT IS WELL understood among na1
val men that the speed of a vessel Is
affected by thq dqpth of. Iho water not
merely In slioal places, but In tho
f'eeper water ways.' With a view' to
determining What effect different
depths of" water have on, speed! tho
Board of'lnspectlbn am Survey have
arranged' that the standardization
trlalH of thre6"vesBcls' shall bo made
over threo' different courses. The
battfeshin Michigan and Iho destroy
ors Reld and KJu'ser will havo their
trial over' throe measured mile
courses, ouo nt Rockland, Maine, nn
other at Capo Cod, and' tho third In
i THE DEFINITE plan for making
Rome n seaport, has been completed,
and tho construction of tho maritime
port of- Ostla la to commenco In n
few, months, time. The Idea ot utiliz
ing ttio'bed- of tho river Tiber has
been, relinquished, as , tho task, ot
deepening It would bo too dlfllcult
A canal 03 'metres Wide, nnd, 8J4
metres deep will bo mado across Iho
plain ot Ostla and tho val fey of the
Tiber, about 100 metres dlstapt from
the Tiber, and will terminate, lu a
vnst basin near the church ot Saint
Paul at Home.
PURSER. SHELDON of tho Inter-
Island steamer Mauna Loa, arriving.
from, npnn ami uau-poriB mis morn
ing reports thb, following sugar await-
lug shipment on windward Hawaii:
Punaluu 3880; Honuapo 2350; Kukal
au 2247; Paaullo 15,000; l'aauhau
3300; Honokaa 4500.
OWINO TO THE largo Bhlpraont of
mcrcliandlso from' tho mainland that
Is duo to arrlvo at tho port by the
Mntson Navlgaflon. Bteanior Lurllne,
'that vessel will go to tho Hackfeld
wharf to dlscharite. Tho Ltirllnn i
Wnf8ln8,rove'; " thousanu loaa car -
go for Honolulu
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Monday. Aug. 1.
- Kauai ports Noeaiu stmr., t p. ra.
Tuesday, Aug. 2. ,
Mahukona and Kawalhae ijkellke,
stmr., noon. ,
'i-i "' '
! Per stmr, Mauna Kea, for llllo and
way porta, Aug. 2. u T. vjard, Mrs.
Saunders, Miss K. 'Kelly, Miss Mary
Warne, Miss Lyons,, Mrs. II, Ai Town
send, V. N. JVhlte., Mm. Wlll, J. M.
Haenko, E. A. Richards, Miss AUco
Winter, Miss A. 'Hendry, V. Lyon,
Miss II. Kntue, Miss E. A. Fletcher,
Mrs. Apo, Mrs. W. L. Wilcox, Mrs.
J, A. Victor, 8. Johnson, Oco, Lycur
gin. II. N. Clark, L. Hart, Dan Carey,
J. 15. Sumner, Miss Strayner Mfss
Wlthlnglon. Miss D. Wood, Mrs. Dr.
nymcud, Mrs. L. C. Abies, C. D. Luf
kln, O. n, Andrews, O. II. Richardson.
.w. .m. liuchanan, coi. u. i;. imvis, n.
A., P. Carter, O. Davis, Itev, T. Harl,
Rev. T Okumnrn
I PASSENGERS BOOKED I
ycr P. M. S. S. Asia for Japan
ports nnd Hongkong,' Aug. 2. Josso
Howard. Jesss Hdward Jr., Miss Nlim
Howard,' Miss V. Howard, Mrs. U L.
Wilson. Miss Mildred Wilson, Mnster
David II. Wilson,
Per stmr. Mlltahala for Maul, Moln
kal and l.innl ports, Aug. 1 Mrs. L.
II. Ni-vln, J. D. McVeigh, L.,M. Judd.
Mrs. .Iiu'.tl, Miss Judd. ' i ,
per stmr. Klnau for Kanal ports,
Aug. 2. A. Y, Lurch, Mrs. A. Water
house, Miss V., Kopko, Miss K. Wil
cox, Mrs. M. Cheiham, Miss Sailor,
I). II. Lyman, Mrs. Lyman, J. Ml
Hencke. "Mrs. Hencko, O. do Buttcr
vllle, I). O. Mnye,. O. O. Fuller, O. A.
Jordau, II. Aloxandcr, Dewltt Alexan
der, Allen Wilcox.
Per stmr. Mauna' Loa, for Kona
nnd Kan ports, Aug. C Mrs. W. F.
Peter. W. It. Farrlngton, Henry Davis,
W. II. Sproule. Mrs. J. F. Melnnphy.
Mrs. W. It. Farrlngton. 3 children.
Io Tal. O. V. Maydwlill, Mrs. May
dwell, N. Fernandez, MIsK R. Fernan
dez, A. Fernandez. Mrs. Fernandez.
J. P. Mendonca, M. W. Tschudl. Mrs.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllno for San
Francisco. Aug. 9. Mrs. fl. P. Till
loch, Miss M Tnlloch, A. D. Baldwin,
Mrs". Baldwin,. Miss Ethel B. Cox, Miss
II. Henry, W, T,, Cardcn, J. J. Car
'den Jr Mrs. Prlmo, Miss Prime, Mrs.
Oeo. A. Martin, Miss E. Mack, Mrs.
M. 8, Mack, R. Holmann. M. C. Har
rison. Miss I, Curtis, Miss Ela Mo
loney, M. Fagan, Mrs. Pagan; J. R.
Douglas, A. Parish. II. Parish, I,. A.
C. Parish, Mrs. Parish, Miss Nelllo
Crane. Miss T. Cassldy.
Per O, S. 8. Sierra for Saa Fran
Pisco. Aug. 10. Mrs. Oeo. Kenyon,
Miss E. Dlcknell, Mrs. A. Hashbrouck,
Dr. and Mrs, H. E. Anderson. Miss M,
Center, Mrs. D. Center, Mrs, II. S.
Patrick, A, It. Patrick, Miss F. Bonot
tl, Miss E. Adams. Miss N, Center,
Miss II. Contcr, Mr., nnd Mrs. F. I..
Hill. Mix. Harmon, Miss qolbur.i, Mrs
Colhurn. Mrs. M. E. TowiischiO.'mIss
L. V. McCarthy, Princess iK,nwanana
koa, Mrs. J. McAndrews, V.iss F. aun
py, MUs, Castle, Mr. una Mrs. F. T).
Lucas, Mrs. M, CreJgbton, D. F. Sulli
van, Miss L. U. Wltzman. Mies Ryan,
Mrs. M. B. Horlon. F. B. Withlngton.
Miss Sailor, Miss Luhrman,, E. A.
Jones, Miss J, Colehouer, Mies 8. Cox.
Miss Lee, Dr. Vroom, Mrs. nertschy.
Miss Bertschy, Mr. and Mrs. F M.
Fultz, A. F. Dredgo, Miss D. J. Salis
bury. Miss, Potter, Miss Hollack. Mrs.
J. Dyer, Miss Mary Ounn, Dr. and
Mrs. F. D. Fnlrchlld, Miss EamJs.
Miss E. Dutot, Miss M. Cook, Miss
Ella Roll, W. D, Alexander. Mrs. S.
Colhurn, Mrs. J. Colburn, Miss M. U
McCnrty, Miss I. Young, Miss 8. Wil
liams, Miss B. Malonoy, J. Wagner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Bonnell. Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Obb, Mr. .and Mrs.- II. B.
King, Victor Hurd, D, Ynrdbrough,
Col. C. Mile, Mrs. Mary Smith. C. P.
Sackwltz, A. V. Oood, F. L. Hill. Wmu
Hooper, J. n. Douglas, 8. Hamamoro,
M. Parmanter, Mrs. Coggshall, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Heed, Dr. and Mrs. "c.
I MAILS. !
Malls are du- at Honolulu from
points as follows;
San Francisco Por Lurllno, Aug. 2.
Coloncla Per Zoalandia, Aug. 10.
Yokohama Per Korea, Aug. 7.
Vancouver Per Makura, Aug. 19..
Malls will -depart fo the following
points, as follows: '
SanI-Yancjsco Logan,, 'Aug. 3.
yaijeouvor Pprj Zoalandia, Aug, jc,
Ypkolfama er Mongolia.- Aug. 15.
Colonies Per Makurri,' Aug. 19.
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A OUHIOUp Qiinounccmcnt wns re
cently madq In St. PeterBburg, to tho
ettect that tho company to which had
been., entrusted, tho cutting of tho ship
cannl between tho Baltic and Black
Seas, Intends to Issue shares to tho
value of-3t0 million roubles, "ot which
75 million roubles will bo expended
In tho bribing of members of parlln
ment and the officials," says tho an
THE PACIFIC Mall Intcrmodhto
stoamor Asia Is sailing for Japan
ports nnd Hongkong at three D'clodk
this afternoon, Tho vessel will de
wlll carry.a small mimbP.r of"
part irom Alakea, street -wharf and
gers booked from .Honolulu. ,