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EVENING 11DLLKTIN.. HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUO. 9, 1910
1 .a ..-.-,
WEDNESDAY: . ,
.vQceanlc Third Pcgrrc
THURSDAY! a n,l i -.
'HannUan Second Degree.
FBDAYt- i n
,V Ilosn Croli ISIIi Degree.
SATURDAY- , ,
Lcl Alohn Chapter No. .1
ai 'idling members of trie
niur are cordially Invited to
rifn1 d meetings of local ledges
tt.tt,w iii i
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
each month !
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
iimiur rKiurrrxi iiemDeri o:
MAmnc cnoinLcna otlier All0.
ENEFICIAL AWUATIOK. elation, cor
HABMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meet every Monday evening at
1 7:30 In I. 0. 0. H Hall, Fort Street.
B. n. HENDRY. Secretary.
I II. E. McCOY, Noble Ornnd.
All visiting brothers very cordlall)
OAHU LODGE, Ho. 1, K. of P.
Meets every flrst and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. at P. Hall,
'torher Fort and Iicretanlru Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
o. p. ueine, it n. a.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0, R. M.
' Meets every flrst and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
itlallv Invited to attend.
A. L. BAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODU, 0. of It.
f HONOLULU AERIE HO,. F. 0. E.
"Menb on the 2nd and .4th WED
( fJESDAY evenings ot. each month at
1 r; 30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Oe'rel&nla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro Invited to' at
tend W. R. niLEY, W. P,
r , WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
EONOIULU LODGE 018, B. P. 0. E.
ii.-HonolUlu Lodgo No. 616, II. JV.O.
Itlki, meets in their hall,' on ,KI;m
, Street, near Fort, every Friday "even
ing: Visiting BrolhnrB are cordially
invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUCIHEIITY, E. It.
. GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE N0.6V
! K. OF P.
i lleuto every 2nd and 4th Saturda
" ivenlng at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P
itlnll, cor. Fort and lleetanla. Visit
.'. Ing brothers cordially "invited to at
II A TAYLOn. o. a
i6 IS JACOU80N. K. R. S.
, The Most Durable and Satisfactory
' " ' Tninf
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.,
. 177 South King Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED
Prompt and Tblite Attention
CHAPLAIN" LANE. OPPOSITE
V ( Jrti
,Phone-179" ' ' Weht Call' 101
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
'' Honolulu, Branch of the Hnnison
i vHa&t.beon' called and(jUDUn JUNO
fc'VlS and DELINQUENT on JULY 15.
WE HAVE WITH US
T THE YOUNO.
SmihI.ij, .Inlf .IK
F. 8. F IMImnnn, Umdon; W. O.
Aiken, Maul: Ilcrnlcq llnndlcy, Kn
pan; MrR. Wm. Ilydc lllcc,' Llhuo;
Mlstf Emily lllcc, Mhuej Clarence
White, clt ; A. C. Btrnync, Aug. John
ton. AT THK HAWAIIAN.'
' lilt l
.Saiurdny, Jnly, 30.
Miss Jcnnlo Mclntqsh, Chns, E.
Royal, Mm I'has. E. Royal, Miss 12.
M. Hudson, W. II, Frlcdly, Wnhlawn;
J 1) lllnckslotio nnd wire, It. I'. llatd-
win, S. W Mrong unit wire, los An
fides. TOURISTS COME
(Continued from Pase 1
11. .1. Urd Is bark from n combined
buMtiCKK and plcasuro trip to thq
Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Wilbur aro tou
rists vi ho expect (a remain oer foe
se.rral weeks I.IIhk place of Inter
est. Mr. WJIIiiir Is an nltonry from
Victoria, JJ. C.
The MJsscs Itoljcrtsori. Kascr nipl
Uall aro yoni)B laillfs from Oakland
and expect to remain In llio Islands
for a brief season.
There was a larj;p ilcL gallon of o'd
timers at the lmjf-ta erect Larry
Deo. who Is well kpQif in Honolulu
and -throughout tho Islands, "Larry"1
has not aged during his flvo years'
.ahsfneo but oij tl( )lber hapd has
dovcloied marked Indications of tal
ent beauty. Tho lienlal Elk Is accom
panied' liy Mrs. Deo nnd two daugh
ters. The party will spend a short
Mrs. Mills, president of Mills Insti
tule will remain In (he city for a
few weeks and look Into the affairs of
tho educational liutltutlon that bears
Tfor namo. "
l)An.rannllMW 1 1, a ..vaa 1 k . .... -
J'jcklnR intbrests, C, II. Davidson Is
lrinklng a trip to Hawaii 'to Investi
gate tho plnoapplo Industry
J Waller Doyle, who not many
moons ago was both ornamental anil
:nscfut1n rtho offlco of tho milted
States-Tovcnno -collector has return
ed from n month's visit to tho coast
and Is now a full-flodgol oil magnate.
"Jr Waller" represents tho Crcmo Pe
trolcum Company of Uakersfleld, Coal
Inci and San Francisco. When Dojlo
now.rssays to spo-ik ho fairly exudes
facts nnd figures concerning his com
pany, a) other liff'n:; but mere
greaeq spots op tho faco of tho map
In comparison In thq big show. Tho
"Oil Klpg"' will remain In Honolulu
for sonio weeks preaching tho gpsplc
of bctro eum.
II. I. Wood, tho head of tho Hawaii
Promotion Committee Is back fropi
his Gojoimi along Iho Atlantic coast.
While away Mr. Wood Installed the
Hawaiian exhibit at Atlantic City. At
ono of tho entertainments ghen ou
board tho lln'r Mr. Wood delivered
an, Interesting nrtrtress, his topic be
ing "What Our Islands Ileally AreV
Two automobiles for tho agency of
II. Hackfcld nnd Company wcro In
eluded In tho freight list. Tho post
office rcccUed 230 sacks of mall by
the 'Wllhclmlna. In addition to the
cabin passengers ten travelers arriv
ed In Ihc stccrago.
At a very cnjoyablo concert given
laRt evening a program of much merit
Among tho features wcro:
Piano Solo .Mrs. Wl)iur
Tenor Solo Mr. O. Dyson
Itccltatlnn Miss McKqnzlq
Few Words of Philosophy
Solo Mrs. Drcfus
Just a Fow Words Mr. Doylo
Quartette Tho Mynnh Illrd rtrnthcrs
Charllo Hall. Joo Daker. Ed. I.ord,
Jlmmlo Lynch, Harry Simp
son, Waller Doylo,
A Dcsertatlon on What Our Ulands
Ileally Are . '. -. .H. P. Wood
TO REPRESENT HAWAII
As tho representative of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii Charles A. Btanton
will leavo for tho mainland within a
few days to bo prcsont at two nation
nl congresses . '
Tho latter part of tho present
month ho will visit Pueblo, Colorado,
and tho National Irrigation Congrear
to bo bold Up to nnd in September he
will by In St. Paul, Minn., at tho Na
tional Conservation Conpiess.
Mr. Stanton was named today 'v
flovenwr J 'tear as tho roprMontnllvc
SMP-BULLETIN ADS PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
g" i; i n
Autos, It per hour, Lewis 8tahlcs.
Order lllnccfar from l.elthe.id and
Woodwnnl t'hono 657.
It goes without sayln; that every
thing 18 Doit ftt Thp Encore. "
For distilled water, ' Hlro'g Hoot
Deer and al oth.cr tQpuar, drlnkB,
ttlng up phono 7i. Consolidated Soda
Pay tcash nnd ask for green stamps.
Thoy're free CaJI at the show rooms
and see. what "you get frco for
An automobile has been rented for
tho police department nnd It was
taken to the police station this aft
Sarah Hoots wan granlqd'n dlvorco
today by .ludgo Ilolilnsop from hor
husband Elmer It., tho ground being
An Inquest will be Irgun Ibis even
ing Into the circumstances surround
ing tho death of Agular, the youth
who wan drowned at Walkjk! on Sunt
A verdict of accidental detalli was
returned by tho coroner'B Jury that
Investigated the death of llttlo Adnlph
Kroll, who died from lockjaw a couplo
of dnjs ago.
Attorney l.lglitfoot nnd Chief Mc
DufTIo had a small debato In court
(his morning about n Korean case.
and tho matter ended In tho lawyer
g' Ding tho wore of the talk.
Kltano Knno alleging cruelty nnd
non-supporti wns grantel her freedom
from her husband Manao today, and
Shlgo Amtoka also had her bonds of
matrimony dlssohcl for non-support.
Mutsanagn, who Is alleged to havt.
told bonzQ to n minor, has been ar
rested and charged with tho offense.
Ha wns released on a bond of S10U
and will have to appear In court to
John Hnhua has been arrested on
sIStlclon of Hn Ing rpbbed n Chinese
named lice Wnl of n sum of moncv
amounting to $45. ThcTcoln was hid
den In a trunk, nnd It Is alleged that
the Hawaiian took It from tho box.
Antono Ilodrlgucs, wall known to
fame as ono of tho men whom Mc
Duirio got after In connection with
tho Arlington gambling cases, com
plains that some one robbed his house
of somo grocTles early this morn
Sheriff Jnrrctt stated this after
noon that bn would look Into 111"
civil cases pending against Llcutcn
ant nurchllcld and re what can bo
dotio In tho matter, now that the
Icourt-martlal proceedings aro .fin
WAR IS ON
(Continued from Pnce 1)
persons regarding prcvnlcnco of mos
qultos ua then tho inspectors conld
get at tho scat ot tho troublo nnd mnko
a thorough search for tho breeding
places of tho pests.
If anyone Is troubled by mosqultos
Dr. ,1'rntt requests that n notice, be
Kl en him at the Doard of Health and
tho complaint will bo Investigated at
once by the Inspector of tho district
from which It comes.
At tho Police Court this morning
Mho only cases of nolo w.oro thoso In
which Wnlwuiolo Knhlnl, chnrged with
attempted murder; Kung Che, chnrged
with assisting a prisoner to escape,
and J, Johnson, tho chauffeur who
ran over a Chinaman, woro concerned.
Walwnlolo was committed for trial
to tho Circuit Court on u charge ot
having shot his wife nt Kallhl somo
weeks ago. Ho waived examination
and Judgo Andrado thereupon sent
hint up to tho higher tribunal.
Kung Cheo Is tho Korean who Is ac
cused of having assisted Soon Duck,
tho notorious man who ebcaped from
prison, to do his getaway, Knng Is
said to have provided food, clothing
and a homo for Duck Soon whllo ho
was at largo. The case against him
wns sent ovor till Thursday morning
when moro ovldcnco will bo Intro
duced, J, Johnson, the chauffeur who, ac
cording to three oyowltnosscs, ran
ovor a Chlnose-'on Merchant street,
was defonded by Attorney Llghtfoot.
Tho accused waived examination and
was committed lor trial ut tho Cir
cuit Coprt: bonds werq set In tho nun;
of $200 and tho accused released.
CHKSTEIt KINSMAN formerly of
the Malson Navigation stoamcr llllo
nlati serving In tho cu pa city of First
Assistant Engineer has arrived at Ho
nolulu by tho Wilhclmlnn. Ho will
tako over tho dtttlos ot Chief Engineer
of thq .Malson tug Intrepid. JJorrls
DarreU w'bf? has been witltho Intro
pld ns engineer Is rumored wl re
turn to tho mainland nml join the
runkn of tho bcncdlctB.
THE OCEANIC steamship Slerru
was shifted to the. railway wharf this
morning whoro tho vessel will tako, oil
nnd load sugar. Tljo, liner will be
dispatched fur San 4'rancjscn nt ten
o'clock tomorrow morning. Nearly
y. ,, . iii
for thq coast. ,
iifncni iTf) dl?t
III!. llll I I II I I .1 I
Our Now Phono Number Will He
Clly Trnnsfer Co.
IN FOftEIQh PONT
Tueeday, Awn- '
C1I1AY8 HAnAHOIt HaI'oJ Ain i
8chr. Ilclcne for llnn(dilu.
POUT TOWN8KND-Arrlod Aug. !
Schr. M. K, Foster, bene Ju y 18.
Monday, Aug. 8.
REDONDO Arrived Aug. C: Schr.
I -Expansion, from llllo, Jny I I
SKATTI.E-Salled Aug. Ri 8. 8. Ill-
1 "Ionian, for Honolulu.
8EATTLE-8allc(l Aug, C: 8, S, Mcxl-
can, for Honolulu.
SAN FItANCISCO-Salled Aug. 7: V.
S. S. Iluflalo, for Honolulu.
Saturday, Aug.- 6.
NEW YOHK Sailed Aug. fi: Ilk. Nuu-
aim for Honolulu.
OAVIOTA Arrhed Aug. S: Ship
Falls of Clyde, hence July !.
SAN FKANCI8CO Arrhed Aug. 6: 8.
8. Tcnyo Mnru, hence July 31.
POUT TOWN8END Arrived Aug. C:
Fchr. A. F. Coats, hence July 9.
OAVIOTA Snlled Aug. : Ship
Falls of Clyde, for Honolulu.
Friday, Aun. 5.
1IILO Sailed Aug. 4: 8. S. Arlio-
nan, for Sallna Ciuz.
SAN FItANCISCO AnUe-l Aug 5: 8,
8. Nevudin, from Kaainpall, July 28
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived Aug 5: S.
8, Mongolia, henco July 30.
8AN FHANCISCO-Arrlved Aug 5: S.
S, Mlfpotirliin. from Sallna Cruz.
SAN KJIANCISCO Sailed Aug. 6:
Transport. Sheridan for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Aug. 5: S. S.
Chlyo Mnru, henco July 2C
POItT OAMI).K Sailed Aug. 4: Sell.
Cnmnno, for llllo.
Thursda. August 4.
llllo Sailed. Aug." I, schr. W. II.
Marston, for Uedondo.
San Frnnrlsco Arrived, Aug, 4,
U. 8. f). Cleveland, henco July 23.
San Francisco Arrived, Aug. I.
8. S, Enterprise, from llllo July 25,
Urnya Harbor Arrlcd, Aug. 3,
schr. Fearless, honro July C.
Schooner Jns, Ilnlph nnd cargo a.
When tho 'nrwcglnn steamship
Aldcn put Into the port of Honolulu
on July f, with n Rlilrmicnt ef 4512
tons of Australian coal from Newcas
tle, N. S., W.. consigned to the
agency of T II. Davlcs & Co., her
skipper ('.! not reel,' n 'upon the
payment- of u double, duty on the
prndirt of the Southprn Continent
pi I lies.
According to Son 'Kra'nclsto, nil
vices. Collector titration has received
n dispatch from tho Secretary of tho
Treasury Instructing him to collect
tho duty on 1600 tons of bitumi
nous coal thought to that port from
Australia on the Noiweglnn steamer
Aldcn, and to allow tho coal to b.e
discharged at the port-. Tho master
of tho Aldcn was authorized to ro
cclve fiom Collector Stnckabla at Ho.
nolulu thn duty paid by him on the
came roal at that pla 'fl.
The oilglnal cargo consisted of 4500
tons of coal, of which the Aldcn dis
charged 3000 at Honolulu; but Co).
lector Slacknblc collected tho duly ou
lh wholo cargo. Tills error on the
Collector's part Placed the Alden, a
foreign vessel. In thoprodlcamcnt of
unlntertloually violating tho coastwlsq
regulations, which prohibited foreign
bottoms from trading between two
ports of tho United States.
The coal brought to Hawaiian Isl
npds by tho Ation was dls.chargqd at
Port Allen. Tho yossol proccqded
from the Kauai port to the coast.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
FOIIT POINT CAL1FOHNIA.
Notice Is hereby given that the in
tensity of the light ut Fort Point
Light-Station, San Franalscu Day, Cal.
was Increased July 2ff 1910 by chang
ing tho llliinilnnnt trom oil to Incan
descent Oil Vapor without other
POINT IU:YKS CALIFORNIA.
Notice Is also given that .clmut
goptoniber 1, 19U) the lAlnch. stoan)
whistle at Point Itoyoi Light-Station,
scacoast of California, will & Co
placed by a Ist-class Compressed Air
Siren, to sound thus:
Illast 2j sec. Silent Interval 35 sec.
Illnst 2V4 sec, 8)lciit'lntervnl 35 sec.
. Should the 12-Inch sfcani whlBtlo
become dlsa,b!nd at any thno before
So'ptcmbcr 1. tho sfren will Bound
tho present characteristic thus:
IJlast 5 sec. PJIoht Interval 70 "sec.
Didst 5 sec, Silent Interval 70 sec
m m i
Mrs Ella Flagg Young, who ha
been elocled president of tho Nation
al Educational Assojlutlon, Ib the
first woman to hold that ortlce, aa
sho was tho first woman to become
ichool superintendent of bo largo n
city as Chi ago.
Walter llrooklnu rcaehed n height
of 0175 rent with bin nlrshlp nt At J
lantlc Cltj rpcnnjly i
'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.,,
(Jas. II. Lorn)
I LINCOLN 8TINQ
D, F. Staymates Hurls ntlblpartftant,
"To Thslr Objure Wallowi1'
I1I.OOMINOTON. Ill,, July .tMlcp
resenlallvo II. F,- Staymatei. slung by
Iho action of tho convention ot demo
crals nt Lincoln In their oxcrj'atlou
of tho democrats who voted fpf Wilt
llnm I orltiior. Tor Unlle.l Stilm -n-ntor,
today relumed their fro. Ho
siys Ihese democrats have becti "hurl
ed back with Impunity to their oh
scuro wallows." -
"A mov-ment, therefore-.1 that has
for Us purpose (ho smirching of thi
pcrsqnnl nml political character of
honest men and tho wrecking of pirty
nnly by Insn'ilng h'uMlreds of thou
sands of vqlc'rs who will defend their
slandered officials. Is it movement
that never will sneered while decent
ivoplq qrq born nnd n sqnsq of Jus
tlco lives. Spurned out of Peoria,
Illoomlngtpn nnd otlior cities by local
democrats who abhor redlflon, turned
down by such wnrhorses as Adlal B.
Stevenson. Daniel Donahuo and J. M.
Gray, these 'democrats' ffcctcd an
cntranco to our noblo and pcacefpl
district nnd hnve thrown anions us
tho spumo of their venom, only to be
hurled back with Impunity to their
"If tlnlr diabolical doctrlno Is right,
that ono party must not nsslst tho pa
triots of another, eve?! In unsolemn
crisis when 5,000,000 Indignant people
wcro up In nmis demanding tho break
of n tax-dodging deadlock, wo may as
well glv u pr government.
"The best way to servo a party Is,
tq sero tho people, and to repruEont
the people, one must ol'y them, 1
do not for n moment bqllevq iha.t our
district will Btnnd fqr a brutal and
msllclpus djsctlmlpntlon of n;y lisrd
legislative work ir Hint of no' honest
oollc.igup, qspcclay nt Iho b,eh"st of
"Personally, I boar no Ill-will to
ward good ineii whq bnvq been falsely
led hy mlstcprcscnlallon Into this
business nnd I nppicclnto thq noble
souls who fought out thu vljlalnous
blackguarding diatribes carefully pro-
pared by personal majlgrilty for their
$875 PER POUND'"
. PAID FOR 8T0NB
Farmer Olves $3500 for Qold Drjek
That Hadn't Even a Coat of Gilt.
AU11URN. N. Y. July 20. DaMd
Dennis, n rainier of Mornvln, jestor
day Informed District Attorney Ilurrj1
that lo was buncoed nut of $3504 last
week. DJnnls was coming; to Auburn
last Wednesday when ho' m6t n
slranccr on or Lehigh train who askod
If lie knew of any abandoned farnjs
for sale hereabouts, THorurmcr at
onco offered his own nnd after several
days' negotiations camo to Auburn to
IKisl u forfeit of $3500. Ho drew tt)o
money from tho 'Auburn Savings' Hank
and with the man, whti snld be was
"Mr. Kcater. of Cortland," counted
out tho money. ,
In order to bo private, tho trans
action took place at Soulo Cemetery
near tho grave of Chestor Olllctt.
each placing his money in u metal
box. "Renter" kept tho key and told
Dennis to take tho box homo to Mo
ravia and that ho would ' bring the
remainder duo for tho farm. Mon
day Donnln received tho key In a
letter which said:
"You had belter go' to sours quiet
place and open tho box. Mako no
noise, becniiso evoryono will laugh nnd
somebody may blackmail you.
Dennis' found a four-pound alono in
the Ikix. " "
IN THE CIRCUIT COUIIT OF THE
I'll st Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
At Chambers, in Prqpajc. No, 424.
In the matter of- the Estate of
Ucorge C. Hockluy, Deceased. A doc.
ument purporting to bo tho Last
Will and Tcstnme'nt of Gcorgo C.
Ilecklcy, deceased, having on the
18th day of July, A. D. 1910, been
presented to said Probate Court, and
a petition for probate thereof, pray
ing for tho Issuanco of Letters Tes
tamentary to Mary C, Deckley, Henry
P. Ilcckley pnd Uruce Cartwrlght
8r. having been filed by them; It Is
Ordered, that Monday, tho twenty
second day of August, A. I). 1910,
nt 10 o'clock a, m. ot said day, at
tho courtroom of said Court, In tlie
Judiciary llulldlug, In tho City nnd
County ot Honolulu, bo and tho same
Is hereby appointed the time apd
place for proving said Will and hear
ing said, application. Dated n Ho
nolulu, July'.JO, 1910, Uy order of
the Court: J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.'
Circuit Court, First Circuit. Kin
ney, Ilallou, Prosscr & Andurepn, at
torneys for petitioners,
46.74July 19, 9: Ang. 2,-9,
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LW'ATIVE BROMO-9UININE, re
moves the cause. Used tho world over
to cure a cold In ono day, L W.
OROVU'S signature on each box. Mada
PMUS MEDICINE CO. Saint Um U. 8, A.
Tuesday; Aun, 9,
San Francisco Wllhclmlna, M. N,
8. 8., 7:30 a. m,
: 2 : 1
, " WATERFRONT, NOTES , ,
' WITH! THE barks Andrew Welfch
a'ri'd Annie Johnson, of Iho Mntson
Navigation Company laid, up Ifi Oak
r .: :.., .'
land creek And the nrojocct that Sqv-
cral ojlier wpII known fugar imekpts
will Shortly follow sun. it appears
that the' windjammer service hilWccn
Ban FVanilsco and tho Ilawaljan lsl
ands has seen Its best day'.
Shlnner now demand onfek ills-
patch. "whWh they can find In thlc In
e'rcaslng steamship 'fleet. 'Forrncrly
tho bum of tho Hawaiian sugar 'crop
wnf moved In sailing1 vessel, but this
business is almost wholly taken rare
of by steam carriers. Tho old time
salllug,n6ct has'decfeased until thcro
arc less (han a dozen sailers actively
engaged In the' trade.
'Any of tho old sugar 'packets could
probably lia' purchased, nW. ft htta
been reported' that' hnt'cs & Chcs'c
broiiRh llayo bc'eh negotiating with tho
MitUon people for a Couplp of their
vessel(i, thpso rj)f Injrt urj In Oak
land crook being under conslderatlo'n
The Idea of Dates & Chcscbrough was
In load Iho vepe with cenernl car
goes a,nd send them arMi'nd to trio
cast coast, whoro iho 'prospects bf
disposing of thchi might bo better
than on (he Pacific.
IT 18 HEPORTKD that with the
first of tho year tho Amcrlcnn-Hn-wnllnn
Steamship Company will lnai
curate a six days' Service between
8allnn Cruz, San" Francesco, Pug!t
sound and' thu Hawaiian Islands. At
firnHPtit llin ronmnnv has n twelve
days' scrvlco In tho big triangular
routo from Sallna Cruz and this port
to Tfugct sound and tljq Islands. In
-i tlvidnys' scrvjee bctvvqen, Sallnil
Cruz and' Ban Francisco the steamers
Ncbrn8knn. Isthmian nnd. Plclajlqs op
crntq direct, whll'q the larger steam;
rs Coliimblun, Mexican, Vlrglnfan1,
Mlsnourlan, Aiaskap nn(l Arizonnn Of
thq lafger route a)e'rnato with the
..IU. vn..nla ft-nm Rfllllin Prtlf. Th?
plan p'roposcd Is tq extend tho small
er stea,inpra to tho Sound from San
FrauclscQ, nnd In, this way furnish
an lncrcaspd service.
THfJRE WAS a lrago miscellaneous
rhlpmciif of rsitppllcs destined for the
Hawaiian Islands lost with tho Amu
rlcai) schoouer Jamjs Rqlph that went
ashore near San Francisco nnd soon
afterward foundered. Tha vessel
cleared tho California port with deS
tlnatlcn as liana. Her cargo included
SOri'c'lls barley, 39.5Q0 lbs bran, 110
bales hay, 10 bids cqpi flour. It ctls
corn, 7 ells wheat, 15 ldils and 5 cs
sal'mrm. r, CDS lbs soda. 125 bills lltllC
Off ijcb lupibsr, llM?0 Ihs coal, ldq
qs Koroscne, 1.--U ids arsenic, cic,
valued ut $3,'-!75,
THE VOLCAeiO 6N Hawaii sqi-vcd
as an attraclTon to draw a number 6t
tourists to the HIg Island, Tho, steam,
er Miumn Kqa sallng for llllo via
wa,v iiprt's at ten 9'clocl ths niOfalipj
carried a full quoin of tourists' as wqll
as locql people'. The vessel departcid
with if good 'sized general cargo for
.Maul and Hawaii, Close cgnnqctldn
wns made will) thq largo malnlarid
mall tliat arrived nt an early Wt
In tho mopifna hy tho Matson steam
FRED L, WAf.DRON is nnnnunccil
ns Hip gonqjal ugent for tho Ilalfour
Outhrlo and Comjjauy lino of freight
stcaiiicmthat Vs' 'to bo operated be
tween' Kiwopfnn. ports, (ho Hawaiian
Island's nnd Puget Sound. ThohDrl;
tlfh steamer Oreystoko la the first
vesscj to' lenvo Antwerp nnd jho Is
now thirty nine days out from thq
Relglnn port. It Is stated that two
other vessels will bo placed In coin
SAILING FROM Inckfcld whart at
six o'clock the Matson Navigation
steamer Lfirllno will carry about for;
ty passongcrs In tho cabin nnd a good
sized; general cargo In her hold, Sug
ar, pineapples, rlco and sundries will
mako up Uie freight list. Thq Terri
torial band will he present and ren
der n musical aloha to tho dopartlns
passengers for San Franpleco,
THE AMERIOAN.-Hawallan freight
er Virginian sajled fr yanl pprU
last ovciilng after having dischargd
u gonoral cargq of mqrqhandlse
brought, from the Unltqd States by
ttio way of Tuhuantopec, San Fran
cisco nnd Bent(,le. "Die visscl wIlH
njakq hor last call at UllQ bcroro sail
ing for Balina Cruz with consign
ment qf Bu'ar.
THE INTER-ISLAN.D stoamer He
lena has arrived from Kawalhao and
Mahik'onak w.lth, a shipment of 852
s'acsV sugar, 1578 empty llmo barrels,
7(5 head cattlo and u quantity of sun
dries,) The vessel Is scheduled'to sail
this ovonlng for ports aloug U10 Ha
niakua coast.' The vessel will depart
at flvo o'clock.
HOUND FOR Mahukona and Kn-
wnlhae the steamer Wnllelo was dls-
pnlchM nt noon todny. This vessel
will call nt tho Maul ports on tho
return voyage and bring soveral polo
ponies to Honolulu.
ON PPfi EI.QHTi
Monday, Aug. -8i
Kpunl ports Nocati, stnjr-. 5 p m,
JBallnn Cruz via' Kaniil'ttl, Kaanapall
and llllo Virginian? Ai-ir; 8. 8., p-m.
Tuesday, Aug, 9,i
1 llllo via', wny ports Mautja, Km,
stmr, lfn. m. - '' '
MahiiRqna, and Knwaliao Waclc,
slmr.. flpon, t
Per M; N. S, 8. Wllhglmlna; frhm
San 'Francisco) Aug1. 9-Mrs. tt.'K.
rtorcmannnd child. XV, Ci-Pafke, Miss
Ida Anderson, Mr . anil Mrs. Opq. II.
Crqw, Mrs. Z. K; Meyersi L. II. Dec,
Miss Norah DeJ, Mlfs' Mi Mr'
C. II. Dickey, MIss'a. RobcHson, Miss
R. Kascr, Miss If. nail. Dr. L. A.
Ocraldson, Mrs. M. 8. Jacobson, Mr.
and Mrs. . J. Reiser and child, A. II.
Cawdlon, M, E. Tcnnfy, .Mrs, Geo1.
Castl'o, Mrs. II. C. Colematf, Mr. Ami
Mrs. Chas. SulHvan, J, W, lJcrBstroni,
Mrs. I. A. No'wby, C. H. Henrehan.
J. W Doyle, Miss 'B. Pratt; Wm.
Schunian, Mr. and Mrs; A. t. Orimth,
Mr. nnd Mr. II. P. Wood, Mrs. von
Datum, 'two children, nnd maid, O. W.
Dyson! Fred Dyson, Mr, and Mrs. C.
II. Davidson, 'MrsTs.'-M'. Wlsncr, C.
Hall, 0, W. Ross, Mrs. O. Clear, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Dushncll, Mr; and Mrs.
UK, Dreyfus'. Mr: and Mrs. R, W.
Wilbur, O, R'." iliiVdlck. Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Fj Schroedcr, Mr. and Mrs. II.
C. Holmes, Mr, and Mrs.'W. D. Fen
nlmoro, J. W. Orlgsby. Miss M. V.
Armstrong. E. J. Lord, H. Simpson,
Miss McKenfle, Mrs. W. II. Smith,
Mrs. C. E. SCdgwick.
"Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllne for Ban
Francisco, Aug. 9. Miss F. Ilcnton.
Miss J. Athcrton, Miss Losllo Tulloch,
Miss Martha Tulfoch, Mrs, O, P. Till
Ipch, Mr. and Mrs. Prn(t, Iss M.
Linn. Mr78, 0. Ifmp, W. T. Cardcn.
r. J. Cardcn, Jr.. I, II. Deadle, Miss
Prime, Mra, Prlmo, Mrs. Geo, A. Mar
tin. and 2 children. Miss, E. Mack.
Mra. M. 8. MnqH nnd chllfl, Mrs. Mjiy
Smith and, child, Mr. nnd Mrs. O, II.
Smith, Mlsg G. Kj parsons, Miss I.
Curtis, Mr. apd Mrs, M, Fagan, Carl
Wallncr, A, Parish, II. Parish.- A. Par
ish. Mr, and Mrs. Ii, A. Q. Parish,
Mrs. W. A.' Rldcout anjl child, Miss
Nqlllo M, Crano, M,(ss M. Cassldy.
Per 0. S. "8. Blcrra for Ban Fran
qlsco, Aug.' 10. Mrs'. Geo. Keny6n,
Miss E. Illeknoll, Mrs. A. Hnslibrpi'ck,
Dr. ap( Mrs. if. E. Andersou. Mfss'M.
Center, Mrs, D, Cchtor, 'rs. If. 8.
Patrick. A. R, Patrick, Miss. F.' nonet
if. Miss E. A.dams. Miss'N. Cfcntcr,
Miss II, Ccntcr,vMr. niij Mrs. Fi'I
HIII, Mrs. Harmon, MlssTCplburn, Mrs
Coiburn, Mrs. M.'E. 'Townscnd. Miss
L. F. McCnfthy, Princess Kawanana
koa, Mrs. J. McAndrewrf. Mlsrf F. Oup
py. Miss Castlo. Mn d Mrs. V. D.
Lucas. MrB. M. Crclghton,T)."F. Bnill
"van. Miss L. D. Pdllzman, Mips Ryn,
Mrs, il.'D, Horfon. F B. Wlthlngton,
Mlss Sailor, Miss' lAihrman, E. A.
'lo'ncs'. Miss J. COluhoucr, Mies S, Cox,
Miss 'Loo, Dr. Vroom, Mrs. Bertsqhy,
Miss Dcrtschy, Mr. and Mrs. F; M.
Fultz, Av F. Drcdgo, Miss D, J. Balls
bury, Miss Potter, Miss llollaqk, Mrs.
'Ji Dj'er, Miss Mary Ounti, Dr. and
Mrt.(F. I). FalrehJIdl Miss Eam:s,
Miss U. Dptot. Miss M. Qook', Miss
Ella Roll. Wi I), Alexander. Mrs. -8.
Cqlbirn, Mrs). J, Olbqrn, Miss M. 1
MqCarty. Miss I, Youpg, Miss 'S,' Wit
lJaniB, JJJss E. Ma!Pey J. 'WWRpr,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, K'. Donnqll, MS "and
Mrs. Otto Oss' Mr. anil Mrs." II. D.
King. Vlptor Hiirit, D. Ya'rdbfough.
Co), C. Mllo, Mrs. Mary Bmlth. C. F.
Backwltz, A. V. Good, F. L. Hill,' Win.
Hooper, 'J. R. Douglas, 8. Ha'mamoto,
M. Pnrmanter.'Mrs. Coggehal'l, Mr.
and Mrs? J. D. Reed, Dr. 'and Mrs. C.
R." McLean. "r
'' Per atirir. Kluau, for Ksual ports,
Aug. 10'. Mrs. H. Alt, Mrs: J, )A.
Pnlrher", MrS. J. II. Soper, D. R. Ly
man, Mrs', Lyman, Ella Gookln. ,
H Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelmlna for San
Franeiscd, Aug. 17. Df. Harry E. Al
tlerson, Mrs'. H.v K, Aldcrson, Ai -C.
Cobum, D. T, FUUaway, Oeo, Oard
her, Jas. K. Jarrett, S, C, Kennedy,
Mr. npd' Mrs. 'A, Hurlt a'nd Infant.
H. A. Wilder. W. Foston Hornpr. 8.
Thompson, Miss C. C. Dpsmond, Mys.
Alci. Lindsay and child, Mrs. L, O.
Marshall, Miss,.J.)da, J. Ah?lo. Miss
R. Raphael, Mm. A. K. I,cprMr. and
Mrs., 0. A. Do Ce, Miss; Vido,'Ross.
Mr. David MUlo, rs. Itpqcrt Soqtt.
MJas Irenp Young, Miss Louise, Mc
Ourtljy, -VJIss Jjoscphlno I'ratC Mss
5Jnry S,extq(i, Mrs. A. E. 'Splpncy,
-Miss. M. ijq Urettpvillq, J. II. C6x, W.
II.' Hamuli, Miss L. Desmond, Mrs,
DesmondJ' W. A. Dalley, Dr. J. N.
,Vreoii,'(lss Jessie Kennedy, Mrs. J.
vA. Kennedy, Mrs. L, E. Arnold, ,in
'rant and' njald, Mastpr L, Arnold, Miss
L. AiuoldV Miss Ilutschy, Mrs, nuts
Ch', Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carter and
chljd, M. H, Ihmseh, L. O. Richard
son, Ion L. Tjlark, Mjss II, Hobron,
Mr mid Mrs. J. C. Hltchman. R.ML
Hyman, Dr. J. 8, U. Pratt. Mrs. M.
Stoni?, Mrs. II W. Herman, B. D. Ten
no'y. MIbs C, Hlchardbon, Mil's K.
Hntehlnson, Miss D. Richardson, Mrs
L, G. Richardson, Mr. add Mra. A. D.
rValdwIn, Mr. and Mrs. Jos, Hutchin
son'. I Federnl nuthorltlcn kelrrd 70.00(1
Ira cream cones In Now York City,
Thb coiiok contained boric acid nnd
artificial coloring material.
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