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Honolulu First Degree.
Oceanic Second Degree.
tn welting memoera of it
(rder are cordially invited to
nif il mptnBnf lorai lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hal
7:30 P. H.
.ifM.,r- r,, .,,.. .nemoert 01
WAnmc CHbiHttny other All0.
BENEFICIAL ASVSIATIOH. mtion. cor
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 in I. 0. O. r. Hall, Tort Street.
E. II. HENDKY. Secretary.
H. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All plaiting brothers very cordlall)
OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrst und tblrd Erl
ay evening at 7.30 In K, at P. Hall,
erne Tort and Beretnnta. Vlsltlngj
eroiusrs coraiany invuea-lo auena:
VM. JONES, C. C.
0. F. HEINE, K. n. a
HAWAIIAN TIUBE, No. 1, 1. 0. TL. M.
ik'uti overy first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
ilnllv Inflted to attend. - -
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem --
K. V. TODD, C. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F 0. .
Meetb on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each -month at
1:30 o'Uoclt in K. of I'. Hall, corner
Beretanla and fort streets.
' . Visiting Eagles are invited to at
W It KILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sef
.HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. OfE
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B P. O
Glks, meets In their ball, on Kin'
Street, near Fort, every FrJ,dayeven
Ing. Visiting Brothers nr'e; cordially
Invited to attend . ZL
JAS. D. DOUailERTT.-B-itl..
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec
WM McKINLEY LODGE NO 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd uijd 4th Saturda
ivenlug at 7 30 o'clock In K of H
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanla Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to nt
end. II. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
B. A. JACOBSON, K R S
YOU CAN LAY IT
When ycu (ret a ready roof,
ing that has 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.
Lewcrs & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt anil Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
, Phone 179 , Nieht Cl 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Hanolulu Branch of the ITarrijon
Has been called anil Is DUE JUNE
.IB and DELINQUENT on JULY 15.
(Sreeial Pall "tin "jrTeirir.dT.-el
HILO Aj;. 1 Attorn?: rsrl
Smith counsel for thPpWpeereo '"ai
ar Co in the famous bojindlrj'-i-p in
v.hlcli the Territory teal, an appc'Al
from' Jilitre ParFon a derlilon in the
Sunremo f'onrr. has iisen ndWieJ
tint the appeal Mill not ),t heard on
Aim 2, an hail linen decide I, tint ihu
It has licvn liidr-niilli y ,pfis,tponci
awaiting lln rptnrn cif .Iii.Irt Hart
will fnini the inalnlaiid.
Frank Woods has liefn njipolntcd
li) Judge MntihVwmnn to ho exocn
tor of the estate of his mother. Mrs.
Stlllman, who died n few mirths ago
Nntlnn.il , Committeeman llolsteln
v.-ns last we I. suffering from n severe
ntlack of dengue, loior. hill liai now
recniercd Jt wan the first lime lie
had been slc'i In hi life.
Shcilff I'm ntil County Attorney
Ibois lelii'iied last week from Ko
hala where thej ntirinjeil the term
of Judge Mntllicwmnn'a'cnprt,
The regular meeting of Hie Hoard
of 8iiienlii)isfnr Hit- month of Ali
gn! Mill b cln tnmoirow morning.
.Inn?" Matiliewmnu last week
granted M, Kcpaa n dlwirco on
grounds rf Intemperance
halls from ICnu
S Ilotn Ins filed a milt in assump
sit nMlnst Nlchldn V.ao'i miking for
Judgment In tlh sum of S4!)S..tu, nl
lcsTd to lie owing on account of mcr
The Lnlior ITnlrn of lllh) has form
ed n lirnnch club at Laupilioehoe.
which cl.ilnir a membership of thirty
fle. It I rcporled that Iho n'niccnt
nr E. IC. Simmons nnd Wilson Nairn
Deputy 8herllt Fetter list Thursday
ocnlng made, a rnld o.i somo Japan
ese lodging .hoiiios In Hllo. bagging
ten Japnneso nnd seni Porto Rleans
In two iilfferciit plaeos
Kalua, the IInw,altan who was tnk
en to Incu Judge Matlhcwman at ICo
hala on a rhirga cf rontempt of
court escaped with a reprimand.
County Attorney Ilcors pointed out
Hint the m'au had. nlrcaijy received
consldorab'o punlshmont, lialng,lioon
held lu.'jall for tno-immtbs waiting
for n hearing.
Manuel Monlz, n young Portuguese
was last week committed to tho Cir
cuit Court by Judge Swain on n
charge of attempted rnpo on n Jap
anese woman, rho'crlmn Is tillered
to nave, taxen piacoMiciow me nacu
fold lumber nrd where the ynuog
fellow -was employed,
A demurrer has been filed In the
suit of Manuel Ylelrn dgalnst bis stop
mother. Marin Vlclra. for the annul
ment of a, deed, on tho grounds that
there Is no" equity in " the bill, 'nnd
also becauso the, hill Is uncertain In
that it docs not set forth who are
tho heirs of Iho property of the late
Joao Vlclra, (he father of tho com
plainant and tho maker of tho deed
which It Is sought to hao set aalile
-Rex Hitchcock, formerly of Hllo
but nov.3, resident of Motokal, visited
Hllo last week to sea his rclatlos.
He was accompanied' by his oldest
News has been rccehod here of
-lJtovttcath on July. 4th, at Da j ton
.Quia: of Brother .Ignacliia, who was
Sjne;af tho first two teachers of St.
Jraryi School "liTur w ho lived In Hllo
for many jears. leaving somo twcho
yoariwigo Ho waa the first Instrup
tor of the Hllo Bjind nnd is well re
membered hero HJ died after having
been subjected to mi operation.
The following wlre.Icrs message hnj
been rccehed by tho agents from tht
S. S. Sierra;
S. S. Sierra, at Sea, August 2,
1910, 8 p. m, 878 miles from Ho
'lolulu; moderate NE. winds, sea
niooth; dark, cloudy weather; nil
well; barometer 30:34. air 71; CI
.'abin, 23 steerage pakseugcts; 19SS
ans cargo, 122 ea.lis. mall, nnd
Wclls-Fargo Express; will be nit port
early Friday miming.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Oahit Jal
unci, 8'ly Hide Honolulu Harbor Eli
trance Entrance Qas Iluoy, No, 1, re
ported extinguished, July 21, was re
lighted July 30.
Outsldo Entranco Ras Iluoy, 2, will
bo removed August 4 for cleaning
and recharging. It will bo temporar
ily replaced by a 2nd class nun.
SAN DIEGQ ENTRANCE, CAU
Notlco s, hereby given that tho In
tensity of Outsldo Bar Gas Buoy No.
3 SI) was Incieahod July J?, lpio,
by changing from a Plntsch gas buoy
to an ncetyleno gap buoy without
change In characteristic of light.
san ninao day-oal.
Notice Is also given that San Diego
Bay Buoy, IIS, a 1st class nun, mark
ing the SW'ly sldo of Iho cut nt tlio
ii'per end of Middle Ground half w,ay
f i mil DaHnst Point to Ln I'laya, hero
tWorn r ported adilft, waj roplaced
July 1!. 1910.
Ulirfi-In Honolulu. Allcust 1. 1910.
lo tho wire of C C James, a daugli-j
185 editorial rqems a50 u'
ness olfice. These are tht teephone
numbers of the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
SpDULLETIN APS PAY-qpg;
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autoi, $4 per hour, Ljvls fables,
H goes without sajlng that every
thing la Best 'at The rinrore.
The quality of our eoda Is lilEh,
Lelthead and Woodftard, phone 557
There live been t72 nutomoblles
registered at the police court up In
Thaclty fathers Jiato been nstidl to
Install two Jlghts on Alcwu llclgdls.
no request may lie granted,
Knopua Ifnkll, who was found cull
ty of iissnnlt was flneil Sir, nnd routs
b) .ludgo Anilrailo this morning.
For t dlstled water, lllro's Root
Beer and all other popular drinks.
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Woiks . ;
John Dick,' captain of the Mol IVn.
bine, was fined !2n this morning for
najng assaulted n Korean member
or pis new.
A, SI. Iliown proiecutrd for tho
County at the police court this morn-
Ing; ho has been nn"nn Mnul for
some dajs but has returned lo dull
A cidlct of suicide ,wns relumed
bj thqi (iironer'H Jury that cmpihqd
Into, tho death of W", Knhlmait, whose
body' wan, fimnd nt his chicken ranch
tn KnJIIii. (i
Dr liruee' Ma'ckall has nsked the
City nnd .County authorities to place
a police cnll box at his premises. Thn
matter wlI ba taken up by the proper
J'harlotto" L., 6erend has bought
Irnm Earl H. Williams 9.120 square
feet of land In Hllo for Iho sum of
S2,C(in. The land Is situated on Pit
Dr. Chas. Paul Durney. phslclnn
at Kahukti, was appointed sanitary
milk, food nnd meal limpertnr for Ku
bukii nnd lCoolauloa districts without
J. Miirtlnez, who Is charged with
gross client In connection with en
largement of photographs, has len
released on bonds; ho will bo up for
trial on August 9.
A fire alarm box may soon bo In
stalled at the corner of Second and
South streets near the premises of
tho Honolulu Iron Works. The cost
of Installation Is estimated at about
Joseph Vlcrrn has been nppolnUd
chairman nnd John Kakao another
member or tho registration board for
East Hawaii in place of Messrs. ltnsc
and Pacluco who declined the ap
pointments. Col, Parker likes to i;ho luaus hut
he doesn't want to claim credit for
happy occasions gUcn by other pco-
pic. Mr. Pnrker has been credited
with giving n luau to tho jachtsman
ntl'carl Harbof, but the honor of the,
courtesy belongs to Mrs. Allen nnd
Mr. Jaeger, the commodoro of the
yacht club. The colonel says ho can
guch for Its btlng 'a good luau but
ho wishes (ho honors lo bo bestowed
where Uicy, be)oigr
The program at tho New Orphcum
during thy remainder of tho Casino
Musical Comedy company's engage
ment will bo arlcd to tho extent of
a complete changQ,nlghtly In tho way
pf musical Inttrpolatlons. "O'.Orady's
Frlomi" will bo rtalncd throughout tho
wepk with all the successes fit seawm
Introduced nightly Tills arrange
ment Is tho result of popular request
and the Idea will entail n deal of
variety All the prettiest numbers of
the various pieces will be given. Tho
members of the Casino Musical Com
edy company wlllt loslttyely close
their Honolulu engagement Saturday
night nnd depart on tho Sierra Wed
nesday next for San Francisco.1
l 'J . Li
(Continued from Pace 1)
money, not tho check, to tho tight
ful owner nt Wulalua un roquested
by f'ho Marshal.
The check from iho benovolont so
ciety to Garcia amountej to tjilrteen
dollars und wan dated December 2,
Il was cashed wlihlji a fo,w dflys from
the tlmo It was received by him at
tho sani? tmo as ho pjii bo pionc)
to Patteison on -tho other check,
Attorney Prosscr appeared at the
hearing for Patterson and United
Stales Attorney Breckonu appeared
for the Government
Piosscr mndo a strong fight lo
show that a charge of forgery could
not bo laid ngalnst his client for tho
reason that he had wllnpsijd (Iio
Blguuluro .of Garcia on, l)io check.
Uicckons. however, contended that,atatomtnt. "Do United Status
ho was, guilty of passing tho check
Ull Hlieil 11U All n li 1" III) will Uliusn.
Ho had turned It In as cash' after ho
hai) been paht Iho money by Gnrcla.'n Is the exception wnun a poor man
and all this tlmo ho bad the twenty-1 breaks Info tho Henato," ho said,
eight seventy ln his possession, ..jrifty or ..., uro uo.ll5h, i ..,..
Tho prosecutor held that If iho gov-i
ernment hud not becomo nwaro that', ' ' , ' .. '" ,
Iho check had never been receded, "cu" y "t tho i-iioLbiw ..o
by tho man nt Wnjalua that Patter-' ,mi0 PlW. s Is alh's.,.1 to bo Hi
son vould have kept It as 1its own ca8a of 0I1B HUnon Senator. Money
Ie also held tha PAtterspn had seen1'1' I'ent by Interestol pjibuim to cio
Garcla In tho stoio and ipst omcojt Miillmont lor or apmrt u i mll-
sorarai times cacu wceic ami as inu
check Blated on ls fuoi that It was
in jrajfjntnt for, witness fees ho should
havq known tlmt there was spnin nils
takes ns Gaicla had not been In Ho-j
nolulu. . I
Our NVw Phono Number wm J39
City Transfer Co,
Wood , Alcohol Poisoning
' w ' Cduse, Thinks '
UILO, Aug. J During tho past
week I)eput Sliilff Fetter has been
looking Into the mutter of the death
of JnpicH I'uulnii, a painter, who died
nt Pepeckeo ns u lesailt of wood nlco'
Pulling was working for Harris,
Iho inaser painter, nt Pepeckeo, und
It appeal ii that ho wanted n lilt of
liquor for n Saturday night leerea
Hoi.. As far ns the pollco bao been
able to find out, he rent for home
wlno through Mime Clilhnre, irtid this
he drnnk, us well ns ennui S-otc'i
wblrltejr-whlcli was l.iougbt tti-the
house by u tcuplii qt Scnlchmcn.
Whllo both Puulo.i ami his wlfs
drnnk of ,the wine, , I'uuloa drank
most of It, nnd us tlin Scntchmen
stuck to (he product of their home
tod nii.l as they did not suffer any
after cffcctB, It uppearH that thu wlno
was thn auso of the trouble, espe
cially ns Mrs. Puiiloa Is positive that
between the time when her husband
dtauk tho wine and tho following
Monday, when ho was taken III, he
did not drfnk nuy other liquor.
In the meant line Dr. Irwin, who
handled the case, dc lares that thelnrrUed by the essel Is Captain Hur
sjmptoniH Indicated btrongly that theimelster, who comes to Honolulu lri
man was suffering from wood.nlco-itblto command of the schooner Alice
1...1 .nllfiilllHi lln t.A n I.II...I .... I I f ,, .... ...... ...
wj tiuisijiimt, i,u uul-iiiu uuiiu iii.ii
surtcrV ncutel before he died on
the following. Thursday.
Tho fact that It Is n fairly com
mon thing for painters, who hno to
uso wood-alcohol in their work, be-
comp addicted to the uso of the drug
'" '",",,., , ' ., , ., .
fftct th"' ,' Ih '"' Mnullile that any
m1e1 Bhml,,11 '"'" fl'" wine
wltl1 wood-nhohol, ns tho latter Is
,nore "XPO"1 "'an tho wine, lcadj
mn"y wll rP familiar with the facts
f tho ca? t hellen that Pnulm
Rot. hold of the wood-alcohol In somo
nianner and drank It without his wlfo
unviiig un Knowicugn or u. un
Iho other hni.d. Mr Harris ktatcs that
there was no wood-ulcohol iimong the
supplies nt hand for thn Pcpeqlcen
Jcti, us It was nbt required for tho
kind of work which was being done.
I'uuloa was known to be n stcadv
workman. .Ho drnnk oe nslopilly,
but ho had never let drluk Interfnro
with his work Ho leaves n widow.
MASON TO TELL OF
BUYING SENATE SEATS
Chicago, July 20. Slnco former
Senator William E. Mason if Jlllnoin
declared that 00 per cunt of tho rfen
pte seats woro bought ho is bring
qtiowercd w;th requests tp ilsit nrl
9UH Stales and point nut to tho voters
some, facts that will L.i'U u,) ti In
wqrds . J(r. Mason ays Uo iili nuke
tho tour. In tho meantime ho uas
git en out an explanation of his flut
.ators Vcprosont humanity or :.ish? I
r. i csjii-iiuu lout lllu IVIUIIMJIII
tho power that makes Horn Kinntors.
,.,,, ,.,. ' ,.o) ,. , ,. ,
"ait. u amounts to i;m miiio iinur
Mono) puts them 'n WaniriiKloii, u'ii,
If. a ruro senator who ihioi not v;i
'resent the power that puts him tho;e.'
, m ,
'For Sahj" cards at Bulletin.
(Jas. H, Love)
4 ' I
Lurlinc From San Fran
cisco Brings Passengers
' And llai!v
Bringing tho largest enrgo carried
by u MaUinn Nnvlgutlon liner for thu
year 1910, the steamer Lurllne, n llt
tlo oe? six days from San -'ranclsco,
arrcd off thej harbor nt noon today
und within nn ho.ir was nlnngslde the
Tho essel brought f.500 Inns gen
oral merchnndlso vlillo on 'Ucit worn
21 head ofmujos for Gim -Jolim.iii
und fi bullocks for (ho uuial rancu
, Purser Wnyreu r.piorts line weath
er during tho i-ml'o t'rlp. On last
Sunday thq Lurllnu iiisscd the rte.im-
cr Nevndnn, .while on Monday li9 I'j
cldc Mall steamer Mongolia wni'i
sighted. The Jupancso liner Teii)o
Muru wi(4 ulso passed on tin simo
The freight list Includes n wide vn
rlcty of Hupplles Including u coimlgn
ment of 144 yimVterMofbceft 2, orgo
gqs buoys und ,n .quantity ijf stoies
for the United Stutes quartenimitor
department. . Thoro Is u shipment of
lu.000 sacks cement nnd u ai'toino
Among tho fifty passengers that
uooko. uiiiy voous, cnier warden
. nt Oahu prison, has returned with
Tin t-'oon. an escaped prisoner who
lied from the islunds by tho Sierra.
I). L. Wlthlngton has returned from
n business trip to the const and yns
an nrrhal by tb; Lurllne.
J, C. Illtchmanu Is allied with the
sugar Industry of the Republic of
Mexico nnd comes to tho Hawaiian Is
lunds to look over the Held 'ieie, with
n possibility of Investment.
Tho Lurllne nrrlyed tills noon with
n new chief ofllcer In the ior3tm of
M. A Madsen, who succeeds to the po
sition held by Jnmes Kuddcn. Oillcer
Ruddcn hns been trnnsferreJ to t.io
A. II. Turloton, who nrrlted today,
is connected with tho Oahu llullwuy
Company and ho Is accompnnloj by
Mrs. Tarleton nnd n son and daugl
Ncnrly six hundred tons of froliht
Is destined for Kahiilul. Tho vessel
will remain hern for seeral days.
Fifty-six sacks of mall were !
cehed by tio jiostonico.
When Cnptaln Greene, master of
tho Amorlcnn-llawallpn lino freight
er Virginian,, sailed from Sun DJeao
for gun Francisco on or .nbput July
I Oth, bo elum that tin medical clll
cera at Hint port 'took jp hid cortr
icato of lumlgitlun that bud Leon
granted bis o.ivl befoio leatlng v.u-
linn Cruz, tho P.idlli! terminal or tho
Tchuantcpeo r.illwn. '
Tho falluro to piodiics (hii Import
unt paper nt llonoli'l.l Ins rosullol In
tho Virginian being plnced In Uriel
quurantlnu oft tlm harbor nnd up un
til 2 o'clock this nfternopn Dr. Itiunus,
chief of tho locnl bnch pf tho Fed
eral quitpintluo Kcrv(e, refused to
Kiunt pructlquu to (ho Virginian nrid
shu will bo a-ompellpd to i cumin off
I the port qntll fffdx tlmo ns a cabled
reply can bq revolted from tho soutli
ern California-, port. 1
The Virginian has n largo and va
ried cargo for Honolulu. It Is claimed
that the steamer successfully passed
muster nt the port of San Francisco
Tho locat quarantine olllcers nre
taking every -precaution to prevent tho
Intiouuctlou of Infectious diseases lit
ho port pf Honolulu. Honco thu de
mand that nl vessels qonilng liere
from tlio nioro or less 'ijfoctml etc'
tlons ulong jUo Central ,mer(cai( nnd
Moxlcun coast, bo 'ropqily fjimijnt
od, has been uirrlod ujit to the Jotter.
It Is bolloted that .dtcna,J(r';ii,ban
Diego will bear nut, thq, -lec'.nmtlon
made by Captain Oraao to L'w effect
that ho hnd been given a prupijrly
fllled-ln health curtlitcnte, nnd upon
tho receipt of such Information ,y
cablo, tlio roleaso of tlio Vliglnlau
BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
Wednesday,. Aug. 3.
Rallna 'ruvlttH.in Franelsco aqit
Heatlle Virginian, A.'ll'. fi. H., n. m.'
Kaunl ports W. 0. Hall, slmr., a
m. ,. , ,
Hawaii nnd Mnul pgrts Claudlno,
Flnm, n, in.
SanJ'rnnclscn Lurllne, M. U. B. H.,
Per M. . B.f R. I.urllno from San
Francisco, Aug. 3. Mrs. J. II. Tnpirii,
J. Utile, Mrs. Lllllen!id child, A. II
;rnr!cton, Mrs. Tarleton, Miss Erna
Tarleton, Master C. Tarleton, Mrs,
Corn i rccm'an, (1. .B. Young, Drv W,
O. Rogers, Mrs. II. B. Trelhowny, Capt
Wm, Iliirmclstcr, II, A. (liiitter, Wm,
Wood, D. L. Wlthlngton, Miss Lniira
Sax, O. B. McLean, A. W. Wilbur.
Mrs. Wilbur and child, Mrs. C. K.
Moon nnd chlhl, J, Opfcrgclt. J. ,C,
llltchmnh, Mrs. Illtchmnn, If. Vniv
lio'vetiberg. J. P. McCrncken, Miss
Mi Postpn, Mrs. J, if., Forties, C.
iliicucncK v vjiiiii, ii. ii, Hmmi, Mrs.
V . ',' : i . t" , 4
Till: DKATII of Joseph Donney a
well known silp carpenter and kairtS'
aluu wai.yoporjed Irotu Queen's hoX-
pllal ycs(enny. Tho deceased has
rrulfteil fit ffnnnlntu f,i tinnrlw nflu
years and followed tho occupation of
ship carpenter. For a consldernblo
period ho wns ennqeele,! wlih, Jie
ship jnrds of Snrenson nnd l.yto and
also sfvcd In n llkn rapacity with
thu Inler-Island Rtcani, Navigation
Company. Tlio fimcrn) toqk.playe. at
ona thirty this afternoon, intnrment
being nl Pearl Ql1-.
THH NBV Uiion Steamship Conv
pnny liner Zealandla nov placed on
(h Canadlan-Auslrnllan loutn is re
ported Hi hne sailed from Hydne
oi) last Monday, lier destination be
ing Vancquter, B. C, calling enrouto
at Quva and Honolulu. Tho .Zealan
dla is pronounced, by those wholjave
seen ner ns a lino typo oi passenger
steamer. She Is a csscl fitted wlfh
all modem conveniences and Is un
to dato In every respect. Thcro is n
largo booking; for the Coas by this,
steamer according to aihlces from
tho local agents.
WlRELUSS reports from steamers
either lealng or approaching tho Isl
ands received Ipst evening Include tho
following: B. S. Sierra, at Sea. In
bound. 8 p. m.. August 2. 878 'miles,
northeast winds, smooth Rca; baro
meter 30.34, 70.71. S. S. Lurllne, nt
Sea, Inbound, 8 p. -m.k August 2.
15 i miles, will arrive noon Wed lies
day. S. S. Hyadcs, at Sea, outbound,
8 p. m., August 2. 28G miles from
Hllo, rough sia, S. S. Asia, lit Sea,
outbound, 8 p. m., August 2. 05
miles, all well.
ACCORDING to Si'lviccs reccM 1
hero fiom tlio Mntson Navigation
steamer Hyades sailed from Port Al
Ion on last Monday with destination
as apn, Francisco, hls vessel car
ried a shipment of sugar taken on, at
sovcral Island ports Including llono
Tlin SAlUNGof tho American
schoonor Janica llolpli from San
Francisco Is reported. Tho vessel la
bound ipr tno port or nana ami sail
ed from tho Coast yesjerday.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Wedrssday, Aug. 3.
SAN FIlAtfpiSCO Sailed Aug. ii S.;
o. tviiiiviuiiuu. lur iiuuuiuiu.
SAN FRANCISCO Aug. 3: Schl
Jas. .Hnlplii went nshoco at .Point
Iedrg, Js full.of water and probably1
n total loss,
NORFOLK Sailed Aug. 2: Ship T.)
M. Phelps, nqt July 4 as previously
ORAYS HARBOR Sailed Aug. 2'
REAL ESTATE TBANSACTIONS.
r. L . I r 77T- i k f ut .
Entered for Record August 2, 1910,
it ron?. 1i3 am, to 4 p, m, .
Wm ,lle,nry nnd wf to MrsVnl Tshln
Kong ,.,v...,tI ,.,.,... ,v.., D
Wahlnellll (wj (o 8 R Moepono ,...J)
Elljali SnllTen and wf to Henry Q
Samuel S'nlffcu to Henry O HnpaL.D
Mahlna Snlffcn and w-r to Henry C
Entered for Record August 3 1910,
, wfrm 9 -!" Jo ,lQiS9.a. m, ,
M KoUuml to X"Shlmqmoto.,....Rel
K Hlrata to K Yoshjmura. BS
m ivuvoin to k psyuni)ra. ,..,,,, t'A
Mary I, Poller to'diuilcs Wllllauts
Karl II. Williams to Charlotte fi .1
Oieicnd .., D
Mrs Aflllno M Clark et als to Lanm
On......... ,. ........ 1.
American Bd of Conns F M by Tra
to A. JmCaropbcll. ,.!,.. ,,..L
Anulo W Akpng to Frod Harrison.. D'
Yuiijj Mon I.uui tu Lam Quon.,..nS
Beout Bey, nctlirg coiisul-gcnoral
of Turkey. In 'ew York, apnqunqed
ro;ently that the rqlnlstrv of publlJ
works.lu Constantinople has Inyfted
bids for the construction of nl, .
ledsivn 1ltBm nr" ;. iinS. i
'ON PAQE ElBHt. I
Tuesday, Aug. 2. '
v TInwall pojfs Heleiie,' sMr.; 6 h.
Maul, Mololtnl and Lnnal prfVts
MlkaUala. stmr., 6 p. m,
Knual ports Klnnii, slmr., 5 p. m,
Jnpan ports and Hongkong AsM
P. M. B a.. 3 p. m.
1 ' ' '
rer ri m. h. a. Asia for Japan
ports and Hongkong, Aug. '2. Jesse
Howard. Jciye Ifoward Jr.. Miss Nina
Howard, Mlsn V. Howard, Mrs. L. li.
Wilson, Mlss-Mlli)red Wilson, Master
Dald H. Wilson. .'
, ii ,i riwi-
Per stmr Mlknhnla for Maul, Molo
kal and Ijinnl ports, Aug. 2. Mrs. L.
II. Novln. J. D. McVeigh, L. M. Judil,
Mrs. Jiii'd, Miss Judd.
For stmr. ICInau fpr Kauai ports,
Aug. 2. -A. Y. Lurch, Mrs.,A. WatOr
lmse, Jljss i: Kopko, .Miss, K'., Wil
cox, Mrs. M. Chctham, Miss "Sailor,
H. B. Lyman, Mrs. L) man, J. M.
Hencke, Mis. Henckp, C. dc Blltle
IIIe, I). O,, Mayo.,a.,G. Fuller, O. A.
Jordan, II, Alexander, 'Dew Itl Alexan
der, Allen Wilcox.
Per. ntnii. ' Mnuna Ixia. ride Knna
'and Kan jmrts, Aug. C Mrs". W. K.
P.eter. W II Farrlngtnn, Henry Davis,
W-, II. .Sprou)e., Mrs. J. 1 Mclanphy,
Mrs. W. 71. fririlngt'onT-a children,
l.ec Tnl. G. Pi Maydwcll. Mrs. May.
.dwell, N. Fernandez, Miss II. Fornan-
dez, A. Fcrnsnilcz, Mrs. Fernandez,
J. P. Mondoncn, M. W. Tschudl, Mrs.
Per M. N S. 8. Lurllne for Srin
Francisco, Aug. 9, Miss, F. .Benton,
Miss J.'Athcrtou, Miss Lesllo Tulloch,
Miss Mnrthn Tulloch, iflrp. G, K' Tul
loch, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pratt, Miss M.
Linn, Mrs. S. O. Linn, W. T, Garden.
J. J. Cordon. Jr., I. II. Beadle, Miss
Pilme, Mrs, Prime, Mpu Geo, A. Mnr
tln and 2 children, Miss H. Mack,
Mrs. M. 8. Mack and child, Mrs. May
Smith and child, Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Smith, Miss 0. E. Parsons, Miss I.
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. M.,Fagan, Carl
Wallner, A. Parish, H. Parish, A, Par
Ish, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. C. Parish.
Mrs. W. A. Rldcout and child, Miss
Nellie M, Crane, Miss M. Cassldy.
Per O, 8. S. 8lerra for San Fran
cisco, Aug. 10. Mrs. Qco, Kenyon.
Miss IZ. BIcknell, Mrs. A. Hashbrouck,
Dr. and Mrs. II. E. Anderson, Miss M,
Center, Mrs. D. "Center, Mrs. ' II. S.
Patrick, A, R. Patrick, Miss F. Bonet
tl. Miss K. Adams. Miss N. Center,
Mlsa II. Center, Mr. nnd Mrs.' F. I.
Hill, Mrs, Harmon, Miss Colburn, Mrs
Colburn, Mrs. M, H. Townsemf, Miss
la l McCarthy, Princess Kawanana
koa, Mrs. J. McAndrciys, Miss F. Gup
py, Miss Castle. Mr. and Mrs. F. 1).
Lucas, Mrs. M. Crclghton, D. F. Sulli
van, Ilisa L B. 1'dltzman, Miss Ryan,
Mrs. M, B. Horton. F,p. Wlth'ngton.
Miss Sailor, Miss LuUrman, ,IC, A.
Jones, Mls.s J, Colehpuqr, JJIbs 8. Cox,
Miss Lee, Dr. Vroofn, Mrs. Be'rtschy,
Miss Bertschy, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Fultx, A. F. Drcdgo, Miss ,p. J. Salis
bury,. MIbs Potter, Miss Hollack, Mrs.
J, Dyer, Miss Mary Gunn, Dr. and
Mrs. r. D, Falrchlld, Miss Eam:s,
Miss H. Dutot, Miss M. Cook, Miss
Ella Roll, W. D. Alexander, Mrs. "8.
Colburn, Mrs. J. Colburn, Miss M. L.
McCarty, Miss I. Young, Miss 8. Wil
liams, Miss F, Maloney, J. Wagner,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, K. Bonnell, Mr. anil
Mrs. Otto Oss, Mr. and Mrs. II. Tl.
King. Victor Htird. D. Yardbrough,
Col. C, Mile, Mrs. Mary Smith. C. F.
Sackwltz, A. V. Good, F. L. HII, Wm.
Hoqpcr,, J, II, Douglas, 8, Ilamarnoto,
M. , Parmnntcr, Mrs. Cpggshall, , Mr.
and Mrs. J. p. "Reed, Dr. nnd Mrs. C.
R, McLean. "
Per M. N. 8. 8, Wllhclmlna fdr Sail
Francisco, Aug, 17. Dr. Harry n. Al-
dcison, Mrs. 11, n. Aldcrson, A. C.
Cobtin, D. T. Fullawuy, Goo. Gard
ner, Jas. IC. Jarrott.S. C, Kennedy,
Mr, and Mrs. A. Hurtf and Infant,
H, A Wilder, W. Foster Hqrner. 8.
Thompson, Mlsn C. U. Desmond, Mm.
Alex, I.ndRay and child,, Mrs- L. O.
Marshall, Miss Lydla K. Aholo, 'Miss
It. Raphael MrB. A, K. Lcc. Mr, and
ilrs. C. A. Tie. dew. Miss Vlila P-oss.
Mi 8, 'ilayld Uttfc, Mrs. Robert Scotl,
Miss re'no Yiiiiig, Miss Louise: Mr
Cm thy, Miss Josepblno Pratt, Mlsn
Mary sexton, iin, a, u. Bplnnoy,
Mlsa M. do UroUovllle, J. II. Cox, W.
IL Bnugh, Miss U Desmond, Mrs.
Desmond. W. A. Ilailey. Dr. J1. N.
Vroom, Miss Jcsslo Kennedy, Mrs, J,
A, Kinned, Mrs. 1 D. Afnold, In
fant ami (iiald, Master L. Arnold, Miss
L. 'Arnold. Miss Butscby. Mrs. Duts-
chy, ilr. arjil Mrs. A- ,W, Carter and
chlld,'M.H. Ihinscn, L. G. Rlthanl-
sou, Ion L. Clark, Miss II. Holiron,
Kir. and Mrs. J. C. Hllchman.' R. II.
II man, rjr. J, ,S. B. Pratt, Mrs. M.
Stone Mrs II, "V, l'yman, E, D. Ton
npy, Miss C, Richardson, Miss K.
Hutchinson, Miss D. Richardson, Mrs
L. U.t Richardson, M'r.arid Mi's.. A, D.
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. "Jos. Hutchln
THE INTERMEDIATE Meanier
Asia, of tho Pacific If all line called for
"""Ekong by tjio way of.' Japaneso
V0,'" m o'clock jostcrday qfter-
"00n- t&kl"t? 2!n9 "'Jr' Japaneso
steertigo passengers and a fow travel-
W in the pablnv BolnB.a foreign
uonom mo Asm ictt no cargi
no cargo at l,Io-
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