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51? Ifpf' !?PTrt7, T. H.. THDAY, AUG. , 1?10.
p Hawaiian Slated.
Honolulu First Degree.
Oceanic Second Decree.
All voltlug memBers o( tn
Order re cordially Invited to
ittend ineMlnE of local lodger
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. a,
f Altiita tt
MARINE ENGINEERS other Aiw
KHEFICIAL ASVqiATIQH. oiationi cor-
Amity m'vUea .
HABMONY,ipDQE, No. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
t:30 in I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. B. McCOY, Noble Qrand.
All flitting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of F.
Meets every Aral and third Frl
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
jorncr Fort and Deretanla. Vliltlng
erotheri cordlall Invited to attend
WM. JONES, a C.
0. F. HEINE, K. It. a
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M,
Menu every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythias ilall. Visiting brotherTcor
Itallv Invited to attend.
A. U EAICIN, Sachem
E. V. TODD, C. ot It.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140. F. 0. E.
-Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
.NESDAY evenings of each month at
,'7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Oerotanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. K RILEY, W. P.
"i WM f! MpCOY. Sec.
faONOLULU LODGE 610. B. S.'Q. E
k' Honolulu Lodge No. Sit, D. P. O.
folks, meets In their hall, on Klne
Street, near Fort, every Friday even-
ling. Visiting Brothers are cordially
(Invited to attend. -
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, B. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
WM MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th SaUrda)
revenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P
lHall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlstt-
(Ing brothers cordially Invited to at-
1 H. A. TAYLOR. C. C.
li E. A. JACOBSON. K. It 8.
V0U CAN LAV IT
.When you get a.ready roof
ing that has all the good qual
ities of pure rubber and none
of tho 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.
177 SO. KING ST.
M. E. Silva,
JUNDEBTAKEB AND EMBALMED
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
' CATHOLIC SISTEES
Phone 170 Nieht Call 10)4
icoroowrwn rrn 10
ft4 4 ABQUOtJVLJll X HWi
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Rough weather encountered 'be
tween the count of Japan and the Ha
waiian Islands had soweUilug to do
with the delay In arrival of the
.United State! army transport Logan,
The vessel Is en route from Manila
to San Francisco and li carrying a
large number of flrnt arid second
Severn! hundred' soldiers, sailors
and enlisted men Connected with the
service In the Philippines' nnj return
Ing to tho hbmclnnd v otter having
served their tour of duty. There are
no regular organisations on hoard tho
The I-ogan went alongside tho naval
wharf early this morning. The trans
port will sail for Kan Francisco at 6
o'clock this evening, taking about a
dozen passengers' from Honolulu. The
esscl will lie given lb nlalnland
Upon arrival here the officers
turned over two Filipino stowaway
who will be held hero pending the ur
rlvnl of the next transport from the
K. A Kckman U the lieutenant gov
ernor of tho .Mountain Provinces of
Northern Luzon with lieudiiuartent at
Rugulo. lie It on Miration leave and
accompanied by Mrs. Kckman.
Director Frank 1'. Helm of the Bu
reau of Nnvlgutlun In the Philippine
government service Is taking a six
months leave of absence, the greater
part of which will he spent In the
United Stales. Director Helm hai
under his Jurisdiction the operation
and maintenance of a large fleet of
coast -guard vessels. His department
Is one of the uiott Important In the
Theodore D. .lenklns Is n newspa
per man who has been associated
with tho staff of several American
dally papers at Manila. He is now
holding down a, responsible position
with the Insular government.
J..A. Hoggsctt, the assistant direct
or of tho million dollar printing plant
operated by the Philippine Insula
government, Is n passenger by thai
Major Dolamere Skerrclt Is leaving
the 'transport at Honolulu.
It. D. Park, an omployeo ot the
United States navy, also left tho
transport at this port.
In addition to a .full list of cabin
and second class passengers, the
Logan arrived with 108 enlisted men
ot Battery D, 2nd Field Artillery, 217
enlisted men, casuals of tho United
States army, 15 discharged enlisted
men, 17 men In hospital, 37 men be
longing to the United Stutcs navy and
marine corps and a dozen military
The. ranking ofllcer on board
MoJorl'CornolluB Dfl W. Wlllcox.
Tin Soon, who was brought bach
to Hawaii by Hilly Woods, from San
Francisco, Is now located at tho Ter
iltorlal Prison, where High Sheriff
Henry will seo to It that he haB no
chance of escaping again.
This morning Governor Frcar Is
sued a pardon to Tin S00I1 on ac
count ot tho sentence he Is serving
.n the County Prison for horse stealr
lug. The clemen;y of the Governor
did not make Tin Very happy, 'ns It
menus nothing more than that ho
will at once begin to servo a sen
tence In tho Territorial Jail that
may last from ono year to ten
years, with ctory probability of tho
latter term being served.
The Chlneso youth almost con
vinced the detectives In San Fran
cisco that I16 was not tho wanted
man, and right up to tho last he
laughed at the Idea that his name
jvas Tin Soon. Hut there was n sur
prise In storo for 'him, and whon he
was ushered Into a room wherellllly
Woods was 'already sitting, Tin Jubt
gnvo In, anil remarked: "Hullo,
Hilly; how aro you?"
The matter of tho forged orders
for sugar bags that were gathered (n,
and sold by Tin Boon before ho got
4 way for tho Coabt, Is being looked
Into, nnd tho youth may got addi
tional sentences for that crime, ns
woll as or escaping (rdni Jail,
Thrco Chinese Goo Pang, Ou Joy
Hlng nnd Chang Chan nave serves
thirty days extra on their sentences
and have been released from Jail b
Inking the poor man's oath. All of
theso men were In for smoking or
having In their 'possebslon opium
ontrary to law.
Thb creat advertising novelty and
calendar firm of Whitehead and Hoag,
To. or jsowaric is rcpresenicn in no-
noltilu by The Chas. R. Frailer Co.
who wilt be' pleased to submit Ideas'
LOCAL AMD GENERAL
AStn, Si f A Hr. LvU S'.ftUe.
It goes trithot.t sarl&r ttu every
thing Is Best at The Kocote. ..
Tho quality of our soda la 'high.
Lelthead and Woodward, phono 657.
If you want a good Job ,dona on on
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.'
There ylll b n regular meeting ,of
Land Board tonight bt "eight o'ctock.
Koutlne business- will be transacted.
For distilled water, Hire's Hoot
tleer and all other popular drinks.
Hlng up phone 71. Consolidated Soda
'Judge? Amlrarie did not feel well Ihls
morning, and imiat of tin' bases "at
the police coutl woro sent oer till
Don't forget that Micro's n cool
drink and a wnnn welcome waiting
for you rlfht around the corner nt
The Fashion bar. ,
Your Kodak films will make good
bromide enlargements. Takn them to
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Enlarge
ments from 35c up.
United Slates Attorney Dreckons
loaes for Maul tomorrow morning
and will lot urn Rat unlay morning.
He goes on olllctnl business.
Kumuhnld. a ljawullau, was fined
$1(1 nnd costs this morning by Judge
AnTlrndP; K. used mime fierce langu
ngo that could not bo put down in
, .. i... . .
" rr r '- . rev
4 it i i
them tho form as far as It was pre-1
pared, nnd I told 'them that as soon
as It wnfenln'ahapetiheislimtlU have
BietJpy"of He dnd' theyMId.
I '"A's 6 Walter Dllllngham'ri copy,
I'klioWnothlng1 about that, but '1
hreslihie that 'ho obtained It from
Thurston, 'who was his attorney- In
the'mltter tlnd -who had been work
in"cVri'th(i Ilcehse for several weeks
with the govenimout. Thoro is no
reason' vhy Tie tould not have had
as many topics as he wanted from
that source', 'but he received none
from-my '6fnee." '
' i i
le'ges to soil liquor. It Is expected
at this afternoon's pesslon of the
Hoard of License Commissioners,
which meets at 4 o'clock ut tho
At the meeting last week, four
Sunday privileges wero given to
total hotels and restaurants, and
others which had privileges before
are expected to put In applications
Walklkl Inn, tho Seaeido Hotel
and Sanoucht all had Sunday privi
leges bcrore, ana tnese are cxpeetei
to bo tho first to apply for renewals
of, rather, granting of tho privilege
In addition to 'the special prlvl.
leges expected to be asked, Joe 811 va
will be. given a hearing on' tho re
cent trouble In the Pantheon Saloon,
where II M. Ayrcs was attacked by
two men and beaten on election
night. Ayres will be n'wltness be
fore tho hearing at the board this
afternoon, It ts-,expccted;nnd"tx)me
members of tho board were In the
police court when tho easo 'brought
by Ayres was heard, Bd 'that the
board has a good Idea of what trans
pired on that evening. '
No line can he gained on the
action ot tho board this afternoon
In regard to the llconse ot tho Pan
theon, but It Is not thought that the
license will bo 'revoked. A"sovofs
roprlmnnd'"wlir probably ho 'IhA '(in.
Newsi or,a jhopyyi ,riln t'VlownstJio
roan nan an immediate onect on
Oulm stock this morning.
What Oahu 'and Ewa hat'o' wanted
for some months is more, tain, n good
soaking rain. When it was learned
today that 'tho' rain fall was general
and particularly at Oahu 'and Kwn,
the hopes of tho Oahu holAers-'tmme-diatcly
began to rise, and tho iprlco
of stock-Jumped from 81 to 02:25.
These two plantations aro'not- espe-
1 dally short of water but Bhortage of
rain means moro expense of'pumplug,
Olaa nlso figured in tho 'Exchange
business ot tho forenoon. Two hun
dred and forty shares sold at 8.50 'and
tho stock closed utroug at that figure,
Ewa sold at ono eighth off, the last
previous sale lining at 34, Twenty
flvo Waliflua sold between boards at
129 but tho stock Is. weak at thafftg -
ru. uoucruiijr ein.-ni.ib w lignum,
cpndltlon'of tho market Is firmer,
though thero Is little bidding outside
the stocks mentioned.
Our Now Tliono
City Transfer Co.
. . . mi. . , . fc, mmJ
THK PACIFIC Mall liner Monilia
will sail from 1 flan iYinrl-rn llireo
days belilnd the feg'ular cfhedule a.' 1
cording to advices rceelel through
a table by II. Haekfeld and Pompm).
The Mongolia will b remcmlierc.l ns
having went nshore near' Yoknloma
nnd"bechuse of this accident lhn tea
sel was delayed six das In her ar
rival at ilonolulu, The Mongolla'wlll
pall frotn San Krnnclico on August
12th nnd will nrrlvo hero on tho 18th
Inntend of tho 16th ns formerly an
noimcCd. A SHIPMENT of fourteen hundred
tons coal has arrived by tin Ameri
can barkcuttnn Makawell. The ossel
remained ort- tiro xrt throughout tho
day- ami nw lilting' orders to prorwri
10 l.lhno.'Knnal. The 'Makawell comes
from Newcastle. N. S. W.. nnd will
probably get away fnrllio Harden
Inland thin evening.
THE UNITED STATUS erulsrr
Cleveland, noting ns convoy to tho
navul .auxiliary 'Prometheus nnd the
disabled 'cnilsrp' Cliallaiinngi In re
ported lo hnV4'nrihcd nl'-ttan Frau
cIhco thhf'mnfnltlg.' The- vessel was
twelve1 das'Wn' making- the vadBage.
THE'SAILINO of Ui'etFolmoncr'W,
H.-'Mnriton rrnmitlilln today Is .re
ported through tho Merchants Ex
thunic. Jrhla eMsel'has been load'
lug a' shlilmcht' 'of 'rallw'aytle.s des
tined ' f6V Ite'dondo.
. ,. . "
tA WIREliBSS 'mnt-sago received
fronl the 'Pacific- Mall Intermediate
steamer Asia last'evenlng announced
that Vessel 4 2S' miles off the port
stcatalng towards Japan with all well
THE FIRST Bifuare -rigged vessel
launched since ISO! Is the brlgan
tone Viola, nt Essex, Mass. Of the
year's shipbuilding, 07,208 tons wero
barges nud canal boats.
J- 1 1 - v
IH .FOIEION PONT
"Thursday, August '4.
lIllo-Sattcil,'Auir. 4. hchr. W. II.
Marston, for Ilddondo. '
f?.in Frnnsiftcoi Arrived. Alic. 4.
U, B, S. ClevelariiT, hence Jfaly 23.
Baii FranctaoiiArTlvW,' Aug. 4.
S. S. Enterprise, froltC'IIIIo July 26.
Grays Harbor AfrWd!-" Aug. !,
schf. Earless, hence"lfuly C. '
''iiclioonp'r1 Jns."lto1ph 'andt-argo a
total loss. '" '''
1 Wednesday'. Aug. 3. "
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Aug. 3: S.
S. Wilhelmlna, for Honolulu.'
SAN FRANCISCO Aug. 3i' Schr.
Jas. Rolph, Went ashoro at' Point
Pedro, U'full of' water and probably
n total loss'.
NORFOLKSalled Aug. 2: Ship I?.
M. Phelpsjiuot July 4 as previously
GRAYS HARBOR Sailed AS- -'
Sequoia, for Hflo.
U. S. DEPABTMENT OF AQBICUL-
TUBE, WEATHER BUREAU.
Monthly Meteorological 'Summary.
ainiion, uouoiuiu, 1. 11.; momu
Ttnosphcrlc Pressure (reduced ,to
sea level, Inches nnd 'hundredths)
Mean, 30.03. Highest, 30.11; date,
4th. lowest, 29.93; date? 27th.
Temperature Highest, 84 i date,
29th. Lowest, 89; 'date, i'rd. Great
est 'dally range, 13; date, 29th. Least
dally range, 7; date, 10th. Mean
for this month In 1890, 78; 1891
79;l1892, 78; 1893, 77; I189470I
1895, 78;-1890. 7S; 1897, 78; 189$,
77; 1899, 78; 1.900, 79; 1901, 78;
1902. 78; 1903. 78; 1904, 78; i90r
77; 1900, 78; 1907, 78; 1908, 7C;
1809, 70; 1910, 70. Normal foi
this month, 77.6; absolute maximum
for this month for 21 yearn?-88; ab
solute minimum fdf thlsvrnbnth fpr
21" years, 63; averdge' dally" deft,
elftucy df tliiamonthvUB 'comparod
with' tho normal, 1.25' arettnfhlatcU
deficiency since' Jamia'ry 1." 208.1:
'average 'dally, defK-ehcy''slnce''tfanu.
dfy'1,'1.0. ,j 1
'-Prrtlpltntlon -Total this mbntli
tf.JS! 'Greatest-prctlpltattbir t'h 24
hours, 30; dato, 19th-20th. -Total
nreflulta'tlo'n" this month!" ln'r' 1877,
'0.85; i878,"0:03i' 1870, 'f.72;''1880.
6.03; 1881, 1.C3; 1882. 0.34; 1883.
44;-'l884, 1.38; I880 5.20; 1886.
1.19; 1887, 1.05; 'l888', 11.61 ; 1889
'0:79;' 1890, 0.22; 1891,' tr.C8; 1892,
0.97; 1893, 0.41; i894, 0.75;'l905,
D.98: 1900. 1.'42: 1907. 0.97; '1903,
O'.IB;' 1909, 1.47; 1910, '0,95. 'iNor
mal fof this month, 1J30; deficiency
of this month' ns compared1 with the
nortjial, 0.1; accumulated deficiency
since January 1, 5,23, '
Wind Prevnlllnn. direction, NK:
total movement, 0210 mile's; aveiago
hourly velocity, 83; maximum veloc
ity (for flvo minutes), 24 miles pet
hour, from NE. on '15th,
'Weather Nutnbor of daya clear,
11; partly cloudy. 12; cloudy. 8; on
which .01 Inch, or moro, ot preclpl-
l tatWn '00CllrrPd, tn
WM, H. STOCKMAN,
-Section Director, Weather Bureau
Nlimhor Will Do
(Jas. H. Love)
Tim MATBON -Ifaliatlon llrfcr
l.urllhe In xpecfl, w))l' have dls
charged the largo thlpnient of mer
chandlse Intended for 'Honolulu this
evening and tho Vwtiel Nylll ttien'.W
dlfpstehtd Tor Kahillul, The I.urline
Is rxpecled wllfsall for the Maul port
fit nine nVloek, The pnsel l.t due
to return (o Honolulu on Snliirilay
and will commence to tako on sugar
nnd general cargo destlnM for San
Francisco. Tho frotght offerings thus
far holed at thu local agency will
aggregate nlwiut 4hree thousand Ions,
Including shipments Of fiigar, and "lie
twocn five and six thousand rases of
tinned 'pineapplwi- Tho ,-Lurllne Is
scheduled to depart for the Coast at
six o'clock -oul next Tuesday evening.
Tim .STRAMRR TIMtf between
Los Angeles and Ban Francisco will
bo reduced nearly two Iiouib under
tho new rrhedule of tho Sant Fran
cisco nnd Portland Steamship Com
pany, wlilrh'wetit InTd' effect on July
7 with llie"iteiiaVtUr of the eteamer
gers sVi'lP,1nhdi In Sk'n" Francisco
nt 9 n. 1 m.t-tht' following morning.
Tho only "'so'rv 'any whcre near
twonty-three aiillini'o f tei-ent Is that
of the Ptttlflc-'Coast'COntpany's Unas'
stenmJrs'.I'resldenl "ami Governor,
wliilh s!lll':frl)ttiReitouio HeuCh lit
ll'ifeo p.(!(''ntid,arrlvtlt,San Fran
rlsco at J li.'mVlhc.Mlldwfiirt day.
, pi j"n 'inl ll
SlHPrKRS aV'ltrtf.rstei)'iln tlie
rumon'to the h ettectollhatgAnilrew
Weir Is to begln'the operation of n
llrie'of 5ioillblnal1oii,lfrclcht nnd pAs-
sehgor tehiers''triiu Krtropo to the
Sound' via 4heOrlent, In opposition
ttf'tlto niue'nMtnel line. ' During the
reel-ill vlslfttr-WVIr to Seattle he 111
veMllRalcJ HMpplM conditions fully,
and It 'liMie'lle'Vod' 'tllat Botue nil-
nohnf:crAeliit',rcJiftldlfr '.tbb new cer-
vlee'JtvMl'lbe'jbaWIn tM'ntar future.
" it )il't'-' ' '""
llattlaMAbhevi liBjiibc&nt-nurtha'ed hr
Htud. H0lph'& C0T1 ot S10.000. The
veswil, , which lui'n'OW' f(lrlng at
t heK-Bfds of MOore'&IScMl 'WHl rarr
lumber rromKurekniti5''the' Unltbd
KIngdomA'TheMlatlle AWJy arriv
ed lit'San'lFr'a.ncUfo'dfctjanunry 14.
'lljot; wltl(ft cargo1 of Voal'from Syd
neyO'Sho 1ms' bcdn'fwltW'ttio" illswi
gaged 'flt'ct1, ktn'Co' that lime.
Till: FIRST INSTANCK of the
Government chartering u sailing ves
sel, and 11 n American one at that,
to carry coal is that of, tho square
rigger Ersklne M. Phelps. The
Phelps ' tins been' llxed to carry 1
cargo of coal from the Atlantic range
to .the North Pacific, July loading
Tho 1 Phelps recently arrived ut
Philadelphia from Honolulu with 0
load of sugar.
TUB Bureau or Navigation -reports
that 154 sail and steam vessels, of
25,325 gloss tons'were built In the,
United Btutes during 'Juno. ' 'Tho
'nrgest stel Btenm vessel Included lr.
these figures 'was the Charles 8,
Price, of '0322 gross toml, built at'
Lorain, O., for the Mahoning Steam
' THE DEPARTURE or tho Matson
Navigation liner Wilhelmlna from
San Francisco lu "reported yesterday.
Tho vessel' Is' bridging 'down 'a- gen-
-oral cargo of-mcrclinmllso and a largo
numbor of passengers, The 'Wilhel
mlna 1b oxpectod to arrive hero on
next Tuesday, '
THE PROVISIONS of tho wireless
telegraph law recently blgned li.v
President Taft' aro already being
fulfilled by -many steamship com
panies. With but few exceptions
till passenger cnnlcrs on the Pacific
die. fitted with- wireless. '
CAPTAIN IIOLDERSTONK, mas.
ter ot the llr,ltlsh bark Holt Hill,
jvns drowned ut Vnncouvef, lit C,
on July 8, when he' slipped from thu
gangplank and fell Into the water.
He leaves n'Wjdow and daughter 'it
TWENTY-81WEN davs Was renulr.
cd by the American schooner Fear -
less In making tho passago from Ho-
nolulu to Grays Harbor, the vessel
arriving at the northwest port yes
terday. The Fearless brought liun-ber-'for'
ACCORDING to later reports re
eel fed at the local Uranch of the Mer.
chnnts Exchango, tlio American ship
E. M. Phelps sailed from 'Norfolk,
Vn on last Tueidpy. Tho vcsboI U
bringing coal for tho local nova) sta
tion. THE BRITISH steamer Knight uf
St. Ocorge, Captain Stephens, 31QI
ipnB, arrived ai Ban iratrisco 03
July 1.1 in uaiiasi irom Acapuico,
Slio Was sold at auction at the Mer.
chants' Exchange on July 20
THE AMERICAN schooner Sequoia also.' The' .vessel rcpialncd off the
with a slripnicpt of Juraber Intcndo'dj-port last -night iapd was brought In
Xor llllo Is reported to have sailed ( side this morning and at once pro
vh iuqi ucauuf tiuiu urut iiuruur.
ADDITIONAL 3IIIPPINQ.OH PAQE CIQItT.
Wednrtday, Aiiq. 3,
San Francisco '1 ranslt, Am. ech ,
Hawaii ports Ka Mol, cchr, p. m.
Thurtdjy, Aug. 4,
Manila la hjagasal.l, Japan" Lo
gan, U.. tt. A. T , 7 dO a m
I , PA88EN0ERS ARRIVED
Per U; S, A. T. Logan, from Ma
nila, via Nagasaki, Japan. For Ilo
nolulu: MaJ. D. Skorrctt nnd R. H.
Park. For San FramlHco: Mrs. C,
T. Alden and two children, 1st Lt.
Scott Baker, L. D. Ileltzel, Airs. R.
Dennett and two children, Peter Hal-
kema, Mm. Chas. llrudshaw and
child, (leorco N. Brlggs. Mrs. W. .1.
Browne, 1st Lt. E. Murray limner,
2nd Lt. Feneloft Cannon, 1st Lt. An
drew I). Chnrtln and wife, MIps Olive.
Connor, Mrs. . Fred Dammnu an.l
child, 1st M. lleorgo Dan)-,'MrB. W.
A. Dinwiddle, Llout.flov. I J. A. IX'U
man. mountain province, wlfo nn.l
child; Mrs. ('. I). Elliott and Hire.)
children, 1st Lt. Edgar JiFanow,
wlfo nnd child; T. It'.-Hnc.k'anil wife,
MaJ. James W. Furlov. A. Gideon,
P. K. Oilman, wife nud two chil
dren; William W. Gilbert, David I.
Gilmer and wife, (t. o. llngen, 2nd
Lt. Charles- W. Ilnrlow, Frank' P.
Helm nnd wife, MrH. E. Hewitt nnd
child, J. A. Hoggsctt, II. I.. Hodgson,
J. HoWurth, Inl Lt. W. N.' Hughes
Jr. and wlfo; Theodore. D. Jenkins.
Mrs. A. V. Knutz, Miss l.yda M.
Keener, Mrs. J. Kennedy, 1st Lt.
Manfred Laura, A. J, Lawrence, Mrs,
J. C. LeSage, MrH. N. A. Lowell,
Mrs. Chas. E. Lucas nnd two chll,
dren, Miss Eda M. Lucas-, Miss Mary
Lyman, Walter Lyn-h, Samuel Mae.
LaMiInn nnd wife, Mrs. W. T. Maf'
fey and two children, W. W. 'Mnr-
quardt, John H. Marshall nnd wife,
Alexander Miller, MIkh Eilzn Moore,
Guunar J. Mortenson, Mls-s Kale Mr
(Unity. C.'ipt. Allan J. McLaughlin.
Mrs. 'John T. Nnnce and child, MYx.
T E. Ncely, Clipt. Marr O'Connor.
Timothy P. O'ICeefo nnd sister, Capt
Samuel A. W. Patterson, Miss Ethel
Pullman, Miss Elizabeth Read, W. W.
Roddy, 2ifd Lt. Wm. II. Rucker, MaJ
Henry 11. Rutherford. P. 1). Shelley,
Capt. W. D. Shepard, MaJr Delamere
Skerrott, Thad W. Stanley and wife,
MaJ. Charles E. Sfanton, 1st Lt. John
11. Starkey, 1st Lt. James II. Sthw
art, 2nd Lt. James (1. Taylor, Oscar
Teague, 1st Lt; Truman If. Thorpe,'
1st Lt. John C. V. TIIIfoii Jr. nn.l
wife, Howard M." C. Tobln, Capt.
John J. Toffey, wife nnd child; 11. 8.
Van -Valkenburg, Cornelius DeW.
Wlllcox and wife. Mrs. W. II.
Wright, It. KV Zerchor. Mm. Angolo
Alonzo and daughter, Miss (1 facie
Ilarth, Mrs. Llojd J. Ilowon, Michael
Benjamin, Mrs. William C. Dennis,
George Killers, Mrs. Bridget Feii
nessy, James 1-V. llamner, wife nnd
child; Frederick Horrltig, wife and
two children; Henry ' F. lloopCr,
Charles II. Hunter, MIhs Blanche
Keepltnger, Geo. D. Kees, F. A'. Ken
nedy, 'Ralph Marquette, Geo. W.
Mueller, William Pnyno, Earl Ruth,
Henry Stone, William A. Sullivan,
F. i:. Swain, George Vnnn, William
Hr West, Mrs. John B, Wilson.
' Per Rtinr. Clniidlne. from llllo and
way ports,- Aug. 3. George Perrle,
F. B. Slmock, Mrs. Deas, 11. C. A.
Ahonx aud wife, Miss A. Ahohg, Mlst
J.' Toomey, 8. Y, Ktonn, Mrs. Klaim
and five children, Mrs. S. Poohela,
Misses von Tompsky (2), Mlss'Wdde
house, S. von Toiripsky, J. A. Oilman,
A. F. Oilman, 'Sister Flortnna, Mlnj
M. See, Miss J."See, Miss 11. Lay,
Miss M, Lay, E, E. Hattelle, Mastot
llattelle, II. II. Penhallow, Mrs. S. M.
Kamakau, Mrs. J. F. Oolburn and
Iwo children, Mlsh S. lfjolburn, Mis.-
P. Colburti, Ilss A. Colburn, H. W.
Kimball, M(tbter Colburn, F. J'.'HJse
crans, Mrs, Ci A. Wright and 'six
children, Mrs, A. Rosa and two chll
dren, A. M. Good, A. M. Hrown.'.Mrs'.
M. Kekahewn and child, John Rob
Bison, Nap Kce, Mrs, Dickens and
three children, J, It. 'Bouza Jr. W
I). Wlldor, Master E. Song, Mnstc
K. Song, W. Zlcgler, C, J. Schoenlng
uild soil; Mrs. W. llonnlng nnd six
children. Miss S. Tnkayama, Mastci
Takayama and W. Kuhlmann.
Ter stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kailal
Ports, Aug. 3. Major Willis, Col.
.MUes. I'- Knlymnnn, W. II. Rice Sr.,
P. Rico, J. Maiima aim Mrs. aianina
seven attendants Knual Polo Club
G. T, II. Haker. M. Hoffcrn, J. Hack
ett, W, Kelley. Mrs. Josephine Perry,
F. A. CuQulupham, G. Imoryl, J, L
Fleming, F. Kuhlmann, MUs Nuii
hlwa, Mm. D. Gomes nnd two chil
THE OCEANIC steamship Slorra
should bo off thu port at six o'clock
tomotroW morning und along sido tho
wlmif by n llftlo niter seven o'clock
A wireless' received from that vessel
last night- announced that the vessel
waa . 500 mites off port (.teaming
Huough fresh northeast winds.
THE AMERICAN schooner Transit
eighteen days from 8nn Francisco
has arrived at tho port with merchan-
porcu vi ulocuarge.
Per Btmr.'Mauna Ioa", far Kona
and Ka,u ports, Aur. p. Mrs. W. F.
Peter, w. It. Farrington, Henry paMs,
W. II. Sproule.'Mrs, J. F Melanphy,
Mrs W. R. Farrlngton, 3 children,
Io Tal. a. F. Maydwell,' Mrs.' May
dwell, it,' Fernandez, Miss R. Fernan
dz,"A.. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez,
.1. P. Mendonen, M. W: Tschudl, Mrs.
-Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno for 8a1i
Francisco, Aug. 9. Miss F. ''Benton,
Miss J. Athcrton, Miss Lcslln Tulloch,
Miss Martha Tulloch, Mrs. G. P. Tub
loch; Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, Miss M,
Linn. Mm. S. C. Linn, W. T. t'arden,
J. J. Cat den. Jr., I. II. Beadle, Miss
PrlniVMrs.'Trlme; Mrs.-'Geo. A1 Mar
tin nnd 2 children, Miss K. Mack,
Mrs. M. S. Mack nnd child;' Mrs. May
Smith nnd child, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. I).
Smith, Jdlss O. E. Parsons, Miss I.
Curlli, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fugan, Carl
Wallner, A. Parish. II', Parish, A. Par
ish. Mr. aud Mrs. h. A. C. Parish.
Mrs. W. A. Hideout nnd child, Miss
Nellh- M. Crane; -MlAs M. Cassldy.
Per O. S. S. Sierra for 8an Fran
cisco, Aug. 10, Mrs. Goo. Kenyon,
Miss IC. Hlcknell, Mis. A. Hashbroiick,
Dr.'nnd Mrs. II. H. Anderson. -Miss M.
Center, Mrd. D, Ceuter, Mrs. 11. 8.
Patrick, A. R. Patrick. -Miss F. lionet
tl. Miss IX A'dniox, Miss N. Center,
Miss II, Center, Mr. nnd 'Mrs. F. I
lllll, Mrs. Harmon, Miss Colburn, Mrs
Colburn, Mrs. M. 17. Townsend. Miss
I.. F. McCarthy. Princess Kawnnann
koa, Mrs. J. McAndrewn. Miss F. Gui
py. Miss Castle, Mr. and Mrs. F. 1).
Lucas. Mrs. M. Crcinhton. D. F. Sulli
van, Miss I- B. IMItznian, Miss Ryan,
Mrs. M. B. Horton. F. B. Wellington,
Miss Sailor, Miss l.nhrman, E. A.
Jones, Miss J. Colt-honor, Miss S. Cox,
Miss !.co, Dr. Vroom. 'Mrs. Bertschy,
Miss Bertschy, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M.
Fiiltz, A. F. Dredge, Miss 1). J. Balls
bury, Miss Potter, Miss Hollack, Mrs.
'J. Dyer, Miss Mary'Ounn, Dr. and
Mrs. F. D. Fnirrhlld. Miss KamJn,
Miss E. Dutnt. Miss M. Cook, Miss
Ella Roll, W. D, Alexander. Mrs. 8.
Colburn. Mrs. J. Colburn, Mlns M. I
McCarty. Miss I, Young, Miss S. Wil
liams, Miss E.i Mnlonoy, J, Wagner,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Bonncll, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Otto Os.s. Mr. and Mrs. II. D.
King. Victor Hurd, D. Yardbroiigh,
Col. C. Mile, Mrs. Mary Smltli. O. F.
Sackwllz. A. V. Good, F. L. Hill, Wm.
Hooper, J. R. Douglas. B. Hamamoto,
M. Parmantcr, Mrs. Coggshall, ' Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Reed, Dr. and Mrs, O.
Per M. N. S. S. Wilhelmlna for San
Francisco, Aug. 17. Dr. Harry E.'AI
derson, Mrs. II, E. Aldcrson, A. C.
Coburn, D. T. Fnllaway, Oeo. -"Gardner,
Das'. K. Jarrctt. S. C. Kennedy,
Mr; nnd Mrs. A. Hurtt anil Infant,
H. A. Wilder; W. Foster Horner. S.
Thompson, Miss C. C. Desmond, Mrs.
Alex. Lindsay and child. Mrs, L. G.
Marshall, Miss I.ydla K. Aholo, Miss
R, Raphael, Mrs. A. E. Lee, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Po Cew, Miss Vlda Ross.
Mrs7 David Little, Mrs. Robert Scott.
Mix's Ircno Young, Miss Louise Mo
Carlliyj Miss Josephine Pratt, Miss
Mary Sexton, Hrs. A. 13. SplmJy,
Miss M. do Urcttevlllo. J. II. CoX W.
II. Baugh. Mls L. Desmoniv, Mrs.
Dosmond. W. A. Bailey. P.r. J. N.
VroonTT Miss Jesslb Kennedy, Mrs. J.
A. .Konnedy, Mrs. J,. E. Arnold, In
fant and maid, M'stcfTi. Arnold, Miss
L. Arnold, M's's ,-Butschy, Mrs. IliltB
chy, Mr. and iMrs. A. W. Carter and
child, M. H. Ihmsen. L. O. Richard
son, ion L. Clark, Mies II. Hohrnn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Hltchmon, It, II.
Hymen. Dr. J. 8. B. Pratt. Mrs. M.
Stone, Mrs II. W. Hynian, E D. Ten
noy, Miss C, Richardson, Miss K,
Hutchinson, Miss D. Richardson, Mra
L. G. Rlchnrdson, Mr. and Mrs. A, D.
Baldwin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Hutchin
son. j MAILS. J
l- 1 . -
.Malls are nun at Honolulu from
.oolnts ns follows;
San Francisco Per Sierra, 'Aug.' 5.
Colonels-Pcr 'Zealandla, AUK. 10.
Yokohama Per' Korea, Aug. 7.
Vancouver Per Makura. Aug. 19.
Malls will depart for1 the following,
points as follows:
Sail rranelrco IOgnn, Aug. 4. ,
Vancouver Per Zoalandla, Aug. lfi,
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Aug. .IS.
Colonies Per Makura, Aug. 19.
Dx, nt Seattlo for Hon.
LOgan frbni'Manlla July li. Arrived.
Honolulu. Aug, 4,
Sheridan, arrived at San Francisco.
Sherman, for Manila sallod from Hon.
SIERRA TO" ,
-. COME IN EARLY
Tho following wJrelesH rn??s'C
has b'en received by tho agents from
the. S.- S. Slorra:
9. S. Sierra, at 'Sea, A,ugus,'t 3,
1910, 8. p. m, 600 miles from Ho
nolulu; fresh NE. winds, moderate
fen; dark, cloudy weather; all well;
barometer 30; 36, air 75; will bo oft-
port at C o'clock Friday morning.