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EVENING BULLETIN, nOMOT.OT.O, T. It,. FIUDAr. AtJO. 5. 1910.
- Oceanic-'SocoikI Dcgrtr.
! visiting members ot the
lijer aro cordially Invited to
ifri il raeotlng (if lorn lexicon
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
Illnmr riininrrni.1 iUCmDCrt 01
man nc md inccnv .11... a...
KNEFICIAl ASSn?IATIOH. ciation. coT
HARMONY IODQE. No. 0, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening ai
7:30 in I. O. O. J'. 11.111, Fort Street.
K. n. HHNDilY, Secretary.
It. B. MiCOY, Noblo Urund.
All visiting brothers cry cordial!)
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mcots every first niid Jlilril Frl-:
day.ovcnliiB at 7:30 lu K. vt l'. Hall,:
torner Fort and llcrctiiulfi. Visiting"
orothers cordially Invited to attend.
W.M. JONES, C. C.
0. !'. iii;ini:. k. it. a
HAWAIIAN TKIBK, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meeti every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythias tiiill. Vlkltlng brothcrxxor
dlallv tntltea to attend.
A. 1,'. BAKIN, BTMiclil. "
B. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AEnrEt.UO.T.jO. .
Mvvtb ou the 2nd and itluWED-
VESDAY cvonlnRs ot each mouth at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot I1. Hall, corner
' Reretanla and Fort strceta. 1 -
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at-
w. n. niLRY, w p.
WM. C. McCOV, Sec.
SONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodge No. 61G,'n. P. 0
Glks, meets lu their hall, on Klu.
- Street, near Fort, overy Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers nro cordlall
' Invited to attend,
JAS. D. OOUailUKTYj:. II.
GEO. T. KLUEQHL, Sec
Wit McKINLEY L0DQE NO. 8,'
K. OF P.
t; , Meets every 2nd and 4th 8aturda
Huinttutilng at 7:30 o'clock lu K. ot P
Halt, cor. Fort and Dcretanla. Visit
lug brotbcia cordially Invited to at
Mw. ' H A TAYLOn. C. C.
B A JACOnSON, k. it. B.
YOU CAN LAY IT
When you Ret n ready roof.
iiiB that has nil the Rood qunl
itics 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.
tewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KINO ST.
Ml. E. Silva,
UNDEMAKEIt AND EMBALMED
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN I NE. OPPOSITE
Phone 17 Night Call Ml
WW ,. ASSESSMENT NO. 12
n - Honolulu Branch of the Hnrrisoi
Hit Mutual Association
V' . Has been called nnd U DUE JUNE
Mt, , 15 and DELINQUENT on JULY tC.
Kg jt j ryu SlKsSxiSByQjjH
; RECREATIONS :
'O'Ormli Friend will be given
Hit Inst pei ri tiiniKc tnnioriow nlgut
at tin- Nov Orphouiii. No produc
tion Lh.il the Casino Musical Comedy
Cniupnti Iiiik glien Iuih made such
a hit wlili the pulill , tiud It has
been acknowledged to bo Iho runhl
rst of any of the pieces set present
ed. The nightly change of niusl-
eal numbers has helped to make
'O'tlrndys Fiieud" popular with Or
phctini patron. A special matlncu
wl'I uc .given tomorrow.
'- a7j evening 'of hits.
liKt evening nt "tho Now Orphuum.
Hi Casino Muslc-xl Comedy Co, put
on a Potpourri of all the aongs which
made a success In their former pieces,
and Judging fromjljwuitoriim of ap
plause iho iiuoitflcu. thoinnghly en
Joyed It. Tlio"Urow'orm" and "II
liuclo?. wore .Miss Rockwell's conlrl
biitlon and Laurel Atkins saiiK "Sml.o.
Unret.Sfccelfy-lJmlfo"- as only she can
sing a. l.iino Schuyler sang "Fatln
crland'' and Introduced u new ono
"Tho Samo Old Girl" with great cr
feet. This uvpnlng-sho Is going to put
on her Doll hour with HarrU Mc
Quirt' and Ho 0110 should mlsa tho
last rhanco to seo IIiIh very clever
skit .of hers, vlluia St'ck ropoatod
!bxrsucccBS In "Peggy O'Orady" and
U singing It Jinltcr uwry time. Ily
reiiii-t-Oarlelon Chnso and Olga
Sleek- ii'iKiatcil that pretty nong
"WluU Makes the World (Jo Hound."
Tho nnalo "Vou't; n Oram! Old Flag"
with tho whole company was well
supg. There art- mi'y two more
nlRhtH and the company reserve
ACADEMY DANCE. '
Tho first quarterly dan. a of tho
Itojiil Acailcni) of Dancing was held
last night and piotcd a eucccsn in
aoty way; The nttcudanco was
large, fifty or Blxty enjoying tho
'jnautlful atrulns of tho Hawaiian
Tho t-cvorul features Introduced
wcro unjojed Immensely by every
one present, as wiib bIiowh by tho
repeated encores that were callod
for. Tho Tag Dauco was claimed by
all as (lie best una of tho two, the
other being the llltud-Man's-Duff
Dance. A Hawaiian quintet club
waa engaged to dlrpeiiko tho music,
which wns entrancing.
GOOD PROGRAM AT THE PARK.
This evening MIkh Ktliul May, thu
sweotost singer oer engaged by tho
Park management, will sing "Just a
Song at Twilight.'1 It Is an old favor
Ito and will no doubt win for tho llttla
lady enthusiastic applause. Mr.
Thompson will sing, by special re
quest, "Casey Jones." Dyso and tho
Desmonds will havo new acts, songu
and dances Tho attraction, aside
from oven other numb'r on tho bill,
will be, however, tho FrcresCrotton,
stiong men, said to bo without pcerH.
Their wnik tho cm ly part of tha week
mis llltlo Icnti than marvelous. Tliero
will be new featH In hand-balancing
mil oilier wonderful foals of 'strength
onlght, which na 0110 should mlsa tco
'ng. THE EMPIRE.
Tho l.ftest iiml ono of tho best at
ractlons at tho Kuiplro lu Hovcr.il
Tinullm will be callod tho "Emplro
TwlliH, ' 11111I thoy nro little girls of
uhoiu tbo I'oitugilfso of Honolulu
nay well bo proud, They liavo sweet,
bpugh' not very strong, oIcch and
they possohH tlid grnco of swans. A
cry pretty iipncurunco thoy make on
the plngo, apparently unconscious of
Jiolr Huriouudlngs. They will havo
1 now turn tonight, In hlch thsy
will Introduce now songs and new
'tips. Carl Wallner will contlnuo to
Irllght tho pali ous or Iho Empire,
ml llm motion plctuira will provo
liicntlnml ns well aa Intsrcatlns.
Anu.ng tho 1 isseng rs booked for
'una nnd Kan porii by tho stcamor
Miupia I.o(t sailing ;it iiuoit today wojo
jlarU'al J1'. It- lltuulr". M., BhorwoqiJ,
Mr and Ira.- It: -It. Elgin. Dr.- Mjd
itr' Fre.tr and' it. V, Ureckons J
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Best nt Tho Encore.
, Tho quality of our soda la high,
I.elthcad nnd WbodWard, phono S57.
If you want a good Job done on an
auto or carrlago take It to Hawaiian
Car'rlago Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
For distilled water, Hlro's Hoot
fleer nnd all other popular drinks,
(ting up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
About thrro miles of new ditches
on Hawaii are about to bo opened up,
Tho promoters of these now water
ways aro Frank Woods and James
A F Knudsen has been appointed
a delegate to tho conservation con
Rrss nnd national Irrigation congrcRs
to bo hrlit In Minneapolis nnd Pueblo
Hon. A. S. C;c5l:nrn and Judge II.
13. Cooper wrre reappointed inetn
b rs of tho Park Commission yester
day Their tnrns of office having ex
pired tho day before.
The Young Peoplo'a Society of
Christian Endeavor will hold Us next
meeting at tho home of Mist May E.
I'.ity, 1611 Anapunl street this oven
lug at halt past seven. A cordial In
vltatlon Is extended to all members
to be present.
Tho grand opening of tho Univer
sity Club's now home will ho colo
bralcd with a ball tonight. There
will bo about 100 prccent at tho din
ners which will bo followed by tho
dancing, Dr. Hodglns and Lieuten
ant McCloJiV aro among tlioso who
have tho affair In hand,
Tho weekly danco of the "Itoyal
Academy of Dancing" takes place thle
evening nt tho Odd Fellows Hall. In
structlon 7 p. m, to 8 p, in. From 8
p. m. to 10:30 p. m. a social Is held
for members onil their friends. Mem
berrhtp cards permitting tho holder to
Invite a friend can be obtained at the
(Continued from Pace 1)
Completing a tour around the world
in which a portion of tho wny ho ac
companied n party of flvo Portugueeo
who had been refused admission to
tho Islands, Ituymond C. Drown, In
spector in charge of tho Federal Im
migration station, returned this morn
ing hs u pnsscngcr by tho Sierra.
MIks Elslo Dlctrick comes to Hono
lulu to become tho wlfo of a well
known young business man, accord
ing lo reports from tho ship.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dixon, two
daughters nnd a son nro tourists from
the Stuto of Kansas. They hopo to re
main hero (or some wecjjs.
M. J. Gideon and Mrs. Gideon nro
vaudovlllo performers nnd come here
to tako up work at ono ot tbo local
After n month's vacation, GcorRO
Hcnshall, tho newspaper man, Is back
and ready to resume tho grind. Ho
returned with Mrs. Hcnshall and Mas
ter W. II. Hcnshall.
Frank Hare of the local postal staff
is buck from n trip to tho malnluud.
Mrs. William Langton, publisher
and proprietor of The Service, was a
pasRcngor by tho Siorrn. Mrs. Lung
ton has been nway on n combined bus
iness and pleasure trip to the main
land. It. M. Shrove, n well known hunker
and business man from Tularo Count-
ty, Calif., will spend a fow week 'n
Honolulu on buslnoss nnd pleasure
)!. M. Watson, uccompnu'jd by Mr.
Wnteon nnd child, lira Lie ion 11
(Continued from Pace 1)
by belonging to Queen Lllluokalanl
was approved by tho board, nnd tho
sale ot a half aero lot at Laupahoo
hoe, Hawaii, to Mrs. J. V, Marclcl was
authorized. . -. T ,
.Action pn tho application of Kaw
Sin Society for a throo-acro tract In
Kula district was deferred, and au
thority was granted for tho salo of
twenty ucres of wasto land 'In Vala
nao to F. J. Koster.
Henry' Peters can buy n half acre
trrtct at Knlaupoko, but Abram Knkal
was, refused a lot by sale from the
Hnula hnmestoad at Kaaluu. ThlB
land Is all for I;omostead,
Exchange of a amal' tract on Maul
(or n lot adjoining Royal School prop.
prty was authorized upon application
of T, II. Lyon,
Four hundred acrea of pasture land
on Kauai will bo sold to W. F. San,
born If thero are no applications for
fl for homestead purposes when It Is
advertised for salo,
Foster forJjlHOalyi Inml.
-1U.UUUH11 u t,vu ipoi or land near
Pplolo rond.f6r n, slralliit tract ncar-
Our New Phono Number Will lie
City Transfer Co.
lly John I!. .Monk.
(Special Ilu I lot In Correspondence)
Washington, July 2,". Tho Inter
state Commerce Commission has
handed down a decision sustaining
tho complaint of tho Harbor City
Wholcsnlo Company of San Pedro,
Cat., against the Southern Pacific
Company and numerous othor enr
rlors, that the carriers were discrim
inating In tho granting of terminal
rates in favor of Los Angelea nnd
other California cities against Snn
I'odro. As a result Ban Pedro will bo
put on a pnr with these cities In tho
handling ot freight occ.inward nnd
Tho Commission held 'thnt the de
fendants 'nro gtillfy of 111 unlawtul
(incrimination against nn I'edru lu
nut making it nlso a terminal point"
ii'i')ii the finding that I.01 Ani;c!ci wus
originally made a terminal riti point
because ot Its proximity ;o t'.i? liatbor
of San Podro and has since mnln-
tiit.cd that rnto status, .ml upon the
tti'thur finding that the actual nnd
po'untlnl competition I'trnug.i tho
harbor of San Pedro contribute at this
tliml tj tho malntcnjiice ot lcnr.nnl
rn'ei to Los Angeles Tho foKiml
iilon further said:
"A rutn adJuHmr.-rt t ! ' rim
San Pedro ot tbo benefit ot its own
gj it'.uinhlcal posithM while 4oi-iln;
tlic bi'iicnt of It lo Los A'ui'U-'i con-
hilt tlcx nn und':n discrimination. It
o.t.i.tl or potential wi.-o e r ,i.) . :i- 1
L'si'iigh the harbor of ? ''-ii :
rev:n!icd by tho dofvnda:!'.-! In tin
Ii4 .ugelen rates It c.i 1 1 i Invii.lly
!w i-'iMii.ed In the rntiit to Hun Pedro
i'svU. When 011 1 com: int: Ic.tux
upji n'.iothcr for . i'oi petltlvv
ratci-, Iho benefit of such rates oii:ji t
net t be denied to tin pjlnt 'li.-. e
the compctUlve conditions exist,"
Tho alt-rail rates from tbo cast to
San Pedro nro based upon the through
rates to Los AngoleB plus tho local
rates from Ixis Angeles to San Pedro,
and this for many years has been
tho relation of rates as botween the
two points. In Its petition tho com
plainant asked that San Pedro be
designated as a Puclfic coast tcrmlnnl
and accorded tho samo rates that ure
now In effect to Los Lngclcs,"San 'Di
ego, San Francisco, and numerous
other points In 'California' und ' nd
Jaccnt States commonly referred to
ns terminal points and taking the so
called terminal rates. It was not al
leged that tho ratoa to San Pedro nro
In themselves excessive and unrea
sonable, but aro discriminatory rs
ngainst Snn Pedro when compared
with tho rates to other points taking
As the complaint did not Includo ns
parties defendants tho carrlcrB cast of
the Mississippi river oxcopt ono thero
was n misjoinder ot parties all tho
carriers participating In through traf
He from the sonbourd territory being
necessary partlcB defendant. When
the proper parties have been made de
fendant tho Commission will require
all tho carriers to treat San Pedro
as 11 terminal point.
Concerning water competition ns af
fecting tho situation at Sun Pedro tho
"Tho American-Hawaiian lino Is
tho strongest competitor of tho rail
roads for Pacific coast traffic. "Tho
vessels assigned to the Atlantic ser
vlco run from Now York to Puorto
Mexico, whero the traffic Is delivered
to tho Tctuiartcpoc Natlonul Hall road
At Salina Cruz, the Pacific terminus o(
that currier, It is ngaln turned over
La Amerlcaq-IIawallan vessels, San
Diego is tho, first Amorlcancport of
call for those vobsoIs and ..San Fran
Cisco Is the second. They proceed as
far north1 as Seattle nmt Tacotna. Hut
Lhoy do not stop at San Pedro. The
larger volume of tho tonnage ot this
lino orlglnates'ut Now York and in
the Atlantic seaboard territory. Oc
casionally It gets some trufilo-from as
far west as DosMolncs, lu tho state
of Iowa. Its tariffs are not filed with
the Commission, but we nro adylspd
that Its, rates from 'Now York aro tho
same to Sun Diego, Los Angeles', and
San Francisco. Tbeso rates do not
apply to San Pedro, for, as Just stated,
Its vessels do not stop at that point.
If a shipment Is dostlned to Los An
golcs over that line, It la unloaded nt
San Diego und carried thence to Los
Angeles by tho Santa Fe. It Is said,
In tact, that 9Q. per cent ot tho traffic
unloaded at San Diego by this lino Is
subsequently carried by tho Hnntn Fo
Into I.os Angeles county, the rule of
the Santa Fo to Los Angeles lietng ab
sorbed by the Amerlcan-IJawallan
(Jas. 11. Lovo)
line. Tho Santa Fa publishes propor
tional rntcH from San Diego and Snn
Frnnclsco npplytng only on traffic de
livered to It at thosa ports by water
carriers, nnd It Is our understanding!
that it Is this prnportlonnl rnto from.
Srtn Diego that is nbsorbed by the'
American-Hawaiian line. It may be.
noted hem Hint these proportional
rates from San Diego to Los Angeles
nro exactly tho samo as the local rates
from San Pedro to Los Angeles; tho
regular local rates of tbo Santa Fc
between 8nn Diego nnd Los Angeles
are mora than twlco as high ns the
proportional rates. Neither Santn
Dnrbarn nor Ventura Is a port of call
for steamers of the, Amorlcnn-Hawail-an
line, an dncllhcr placet so far hs
tho all-rail routes aro concerned, en
joys tcrmlnnl rntes from tho east. Tho
nil-water traffic to cither place Is
turned over by the Amcrlcan-llnwnll-nn
lino to tho Pacific Const Steamship
Company cither at Snn. Diego or Sau
It Is our understanding, however,
that 'the traffic handled In this wny by
tho Amcrlcan-IInwallan Steamship
Co. to Santn Ilarbnrn nnd A'cnturn
Is nlmost negligible In quantity. When
tho American-Hawaiian lino carrlos
tralfic Irom the enst thnt is destined
to Snn Pedro, It Is discharged at Ban
Diego and carried to destination eith
er over the rails of iho Knnta Fo
through Los Angeles or directly to
tho port of Snn Pedro In Ihto steam
ers of tho Pacific Coast Steamship
Company. In tho HmJ Instance Hie
Sau Pedro merchant Is rcquliH to
bear the burden of the local rnto from
I.04 Angolcs lo San l'rlro, mil in tho
second Instance ho must bear the bt-r-il-jn
of "'the local rate rf tho Pacific
Coast Steamship Company from riun
Diego to San Pedro; tho Los Angeles
merchant, on the other hand, has the
rnto from San Diego to Ixis Angeles
nbsorbed (or him, ns heretofore suit
ed." MORE COMPLAINTS
Numerous complaints havo reached
thu po!(ce with regards to tho opera
tions of J, Martinez, who is said to
b traveling Hawaii lu tho Interests
of n photo enlargement company of
Chicago. Sovoral peoplo from Wal
pahu visited tho police station yester
day and this morning and bitterly
complained about having given Mar
tinez old family photographs which
can utver bo duplicated. Ono man
stated that nearly a year ngo ho hand
ed over u family group to be enlarg
ed, but thnt so fur ho has seen nor
heard nothing of (lio picture thut la
to come from Chicago.
Martinez Is charged with gnus
cho.it and hns been released on
bonds; ho Is to appear 'before Judge
Andrado on Tuesday noxl. There la
talk ot more charges being laid
against tho man, who claims It Ib not
his fault that tho enlargements or
dered 11I110 and ten months, ngo, have
not como to hand. '
There was a docldcd flush In the
transactions in local stocks today,
which looks well for n near week
Uotween hoards, 270 Oalm Sugar
changed, hands at '32. This Is still
below thu prlco paid nt tho last pre
vious salo. At session sales two
small blocks of this samo stock went
Two hundred and 'fifteen llonokna
at IS. 25 and ten Pioneer nt 22C
moved between boards. This shows
a slight drop in Pioneer from th
last previous salo.
Ton shnrcK lu two blocks of five
each of Hon. II. & M. Co. moved at
21.025 at session sales.
Dividends worp aa follows; Haw.
C, & S. Cp., 2Gc share; Onomou, 10'
share, and Honomu, SI share,
The Kamehumohu Alilmnl. Associa
tion will hold Its regular monthly
meeting tonight In Its, clubhouse on
Fort street at 7:30 o'clock. All tho
visiting Island members;, as we'll ns
tho town folk, are requested to at
tend. Mutters of considerable im
portant will como up for dUcusslon.
IN FdRElQN PORT! )
Friday, Aug. 5.
IIILO Sailed Aug, 4: S. 8. Arlzo-
nan, for Salina Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Aug 5: 8.
S, Novadan, (rum Kaanapall, July 28
SAN FRANCISCO-Arrlved'Aug 5; 8.
S. Mongolia, henco Jul? 30;
SAN FHANCISCO-Arrlved Aug 6: 8
8. Mlssourlan, from 8a)ina Cruz,
SAN FIIANC18CO Sailed Aug. 5:
Transport Sheridan (or -Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA-Arrived Aug. ri: 8. S.
Chlyo Maru, henre July 20.
PORT OAMULE-Sallod Aug. i: Sch.
Cnmano, for Hllo.
ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ON PAQE'eIOHT
ARRIVED jl ' DEPARTED ' j
Friday, Aug. 6.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8., 7
Per O. 8. 8. Sierra from San Fran
cisco, Aug. 5. Jno. Andrndc, Itny
mond C. Drown, Warren II. Colson,
Miss Elsie Dlctrick. elms'. Dixon, Mrs.
DtxOn, Miss Agues Dixon, Master
Douglas Dixon, Miss Jessie Dixon.
Miss K. M. Douglas, A, I Duhy, Edw
Duncni), D, II. Elford, Clarendon D,
Eyer, Master C. Eycr, C. M. Falcon,
rr, E. O. Faulkner, Mrs, T M, Flour
noy, M. J, Gideon, Mrn, Gideon, Frank
J. Hnre, O, F, Hcnshall nnd wife, Mns.
tcr W. D. Hcnshall, Mrs. II, R, Her
tel, Miss A. Ilertcl, F. M. Jones, Mrs,
E. L. Klnslcn, 8 D. Kokl, Mrs, Kokl,
Mlsa L. O. Johnson, Mrs. Win. Lnng
ton, L. King Lanier, Prof, C. E. Lewis,
Mrs. Lewis, E. H. Miller, Mrs. H. II
Ronton, Miss Elizabeth Ronton, Miss
Mary Ilcnton, Mlsa Ittith Itcnton,
Miss E. W. nice, 8. U. Rose, N. Schar
lln, A. A. Schultzo, W, 8. Shearer, II.
M. Shrbve, Mrs Shrovo, Geo. II.
Spawn, Mrs, Spawn and Infant, Mns
ler It, Spawn, Master W. Bpawn. D
D. Stanley, W. E. Thlstlcwalte, Mrs,
J. L. Thomas, E. M. Watson, Mrs.
Wnlfon nnd child. Wm. Williams, E.
II. Wright, C, II. Miller.
THE GOOD SHIP Alden Ilcsso Is
nbout ready to sot sail for Sau I'e
dro. CalKornta. Tho vessel has taken
on about n thousand tons of cargo nt
Honolulu Including shipments ot
scrap Iron, canned pineapples, rice
and other Island products. Tho AI
den Desse has now made one or moro
round trips to tho Coast nnd It hns
been tho chcrlshod hope of her back
its that at no distant dale, n rcgu
lnr scrvlco between Honolulu and
.Southern California can bo maintain
THERE IS considerable oil nnd illu
tlllato on board tho schooner Transit
thnt has arrived at tho port from San
Francisco. About eight hundred toiiB
of cnrRO havo arrived hero. It Is pos-
slblo that tho vessel will procd to
Hllo after discharging nt Honolulu
nnd nt tho Hawaii port tako on a
shipment of hnrd wood railway tie
(or Southern California.
FROM THE United Stales revenue
cutter Shells yesterday was displayed
dags and hunting of all nations In
honor of the dsparturo of Lieutenant
Chalkcr. engineer of tho cutter. Lieu
tenant Chalkcr accompanied by Mrs
Chalkcr sailed for the1 mainland by
tho transport Logan,
AWAITING THE arrival of the
Wlnlaml mall and n quantity ot ex.
press matter the Inter-Inland steamer
W. O. Hall wus hold ovor last even
lng nnd will get nway for Kauai ports
at flvp o'cloik today. The Hall Is
tnktng out n number of iassengcrs
and n laigo general cargo.
PURSER SIMS of tho steamer
Nocau (rom Kauai tiortg reports, the
following sugar awaiting shipment on
tho Garden Island: Mak. 30,319: M
S. Co.. tOOO; K. 8. M. 1500; II. M.
1555; O. & It. 6100; L. P. 1025; K. K
TODAY'8 AmtlVALS Included the
steamer Noeau from Kauai ports with
n shlpmtnt of sugar amounting to
2927 sacks. Other Hues of freight In
eluded 50 sacks rlco, 13 bales and 10
THE ARRIVAL of tho Hainan Na.
vlgatlou liner Enterprise, at Hllo Is
reported. Tho vessel sailed from
Hllo on July 25th. Sho carried a few
passengers and a shipment of sugar
Per stmr, Claudinc, for Hawaii und
Maul ports .Aug. 5. Mrs. J. Vaneon
codes, Mrs. W. W. Hodge, Miss M.
Plkol, Mlsa E. Kinney, Mrs. II, Jo
soph, Mlsa Honsnor, E, A, Straub
MUs Straub, Mlsa Carruno, Mrs. D
U. Puuhallow, C. J. SJhbonliiR, W. J,
Lowe, Miss A. Williams, A. Andrudc,
It. . Penhallow, J, A. Oilman, O. II
WIIIIaniB, A. F. Oilman, Oco, Gard
ner. Mather Francis. A. Welbur. Mrs.
Wolbu'r, Miss Klnau Wllder.'MIss K,
S. Sherman, c, wicnert, Mrs, I,.
Marclel, Miss II. Voss, Miss E. Kin
ncy, Mrs. Wcweomh, Mrs. Vroont.
The arrest and imprisonment of It
F. Hortpn and lls two iibslstunU, all
Amorleans, ut Collmu, Mexico, tins'
aitscd excitement among the for
eigners. ThS nibu woio held or,
ennrgos or trespass nnu trcqicu bo
Following heated words relative to
tho scttlemeut of the estate ot J. S.
Drown, Otis Ilrown, his son, shot his
stepmother, Mrs, J, 8. Hi own, at Ox
ford, N, C, and thou turned the rn.
volver upon hlmuolf, ending his own
Two men arrested In Sacramento,
Cal for horse stealing, nro suspect
ed of being bandits who held up n.nd
million 1110 rwulhnru I'ni-lfie fast mail
rtpni jt at uoouenr. Cal.
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Kdan and Kau ports Mauna Loa,
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Aug. 4. Lieutenants O Connor nnd
James, Fifth Cavalry: Mr. Wfomi.
Mrs M. M. Garrett and child, Mtss
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Per stmr. Mnunn Loa, (or Kona
nnd Kau ports, Augi 6. Mrs. W. F.
Peter, W. R. Farrlngton, Henry JJnvl.
W. II. Sproule, Mrs J. F. Mclftnphy.
Mrs. W. n. Farrlngton, 3 children.
Leo Tal. O. F. ,Mnyrlwo1, MrsJ May
dwell, N. FcrnnAdczjfMIss R. Fernan
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J. P. Mcndo'n'ca.'M.'Wl'tachudl, Mrs.
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via way'portB, 'Aug. 9. M'. Thomp
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field, Miss E. .A.uFlctCher, W. W.
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Taylor, R. I. Lllllc, MIbb B. II. Nich
olas, Mrs. Tucker, Miss Tucker, J.
M. Hoenke, A. J, Williams.
Per M. Nt S. S., Lurllno (or San
Francisco, Aug. 9. Miss F. Ilcnton,
Miss J. Athcrton, Miss Lesllo Tulloch,
Miss Martha "Tulloch, Mrs. O. P. Tul
loch, Mr. nnd Mrs, Pratt. Mlsa M.
Linn, Mrs. 8. C. Linn. W. T. Garden.
J. J. Cardcn, Jr.. 1. II. llcadle, Miss
Prlmo, Mrs. Prime, Mrs. Geo. A. Mnr
tin nnd 2 children, Miss K, Mack,
Mrs. M. S. Mack nnd child, Mrs. May
Smith and child, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 11.
Smith, Miss G. E, Parsons, Miss I.
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Mrs, W. A. Rldeout and child. Mlsa
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Per O. 8. 8. Sierra for 8an Fran
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Miss E. Dlckncll, Mrs. A. Hashbrouck,
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Center, Mrs. I). Center, Mrs, II. 8.
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tl. Miss E. Adams. Miss N. Center,
Miss II. Center,, M""- and Mrs. F. L.
Hill, Mrs, Harmon, Miss Colburn, Mrs
Colburn, Mrs. M, K. Townsend, Miss
U P.- McCarthy, Princess Kawanana
koa, Mrs. J. McAndrows, Miss F, G tip
py. Miss Cftstlo, Mr. nnd Mrs. FI).
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van,, Miss il- D)iPditzman, Miss Ryan,
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Miss Sailor, Miss Luhrman, E. A.
Jonca, Miss J, Colehouer, Miss S. Cox,
Miss Loo, Dr. VrcKim, Mrs. Uertschy,
Miss Uertschy. Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Fultz. A. F. Dredge, Miss D. J. Salis
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J. Dyer, Mtss Mary Gunn, Dr. and
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Miss E. Dutot, Miss M. Cook. Miss
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McCarty, Miss i..,Young, Miss 8. Wil
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Mrs. Otlo Oss, Mr. and Mrs:. II. D.
King, Victor lurd, D. Yardbrough,
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Hooper, J. II. Douglas, S. IUmamoto,
M. P.irninnter, Mrs. Coggshall, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Reed, Dr. and Mrs. C.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Knuai ports,
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Palmer, Mrs. J. IL Sopor, D.'; II. Ly
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Per M. N, 8. sfwnhelmlna (or San
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ner, Jas. K. Jarrctt, 8. C. Kennedy,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hurtt and, Infant,
If. A. Wilder, W. Foster Horner, 8.
Thompson, Miss C, O. paumoad, Mrs.
Alex. Lindsay and child. Mrs. L. G.
Marshall, Miss Lydla K. Aholo, Miss
Hi Raphael, Mrs, A, E. I.co, Mr. and
Mrs, C. A. Do Cow, Miss Vldja Iloss,
Mrs. David Llttlo, Mrs. Robert Scott,
Miss Irono Young, Miss Louise Mc
Carthy Miss Josephine Pratt, Miss
Mary Sox'ton.'rMrs. A. B. Spinney,
Miss M do. Urcttovlllo, J. 11. P. W.
il. llaugh, MIss'L,', Desmond, Mra.
Desmond, W. A, Ilalley, Dr. J. N.
Vioom, Miss. Jessie Kennedy, Mrs, J.
A. KennedyJwr.v L. E. Arnold. In-
ifant and maid. Master L. Arnold, Miss
L. Arnold, Miss Uutschy, Mrs, Uuts
chy, Mr. and Mrs. A- W, Carter and
child, M. H. Ihmsen. L. O. ttlchard
son, Ion L. Clark, Miss II. ilobron,
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Stone, Mrs II. W. Hymun, B IJ. Ten
tie', Miss C, Richardson, MUn K,
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