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RVrniMo nm.t.RTiN. noMol.tti.ti, t. it . Wednesday. Atio ioiAii
Occnutc Tlilnl llcftrrr.
lltsMnllnii Sccmnl Pierce.
lloso Crdlx ISIh Negri r.
' ,rl Alnlm Chapter n. II -Regular.
All visiting members of tne
Older are cordially Invited to
Mtontl meetings nf Inrni ttfilges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. H.
-uinnjc cucmcctct members of
SEHEFICIAL ASVqiATIOR. StanE
EARMONY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets evory Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Streoi.
E. R. HENDRY. Secretary.
II. E. McCOV, Noblo arand.
All visiting brothers very cbrdlall)
OAHU IQDGE, No. 1, K. of P,
Meets ever llrst and tlilnl Fri
day evening s.r7:30 In K. nl P. Hall,
torner Fart and Ucictaula. Visiting
crothera cordially invited ta'ntiend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
0.. V. HEINE, K. Jl. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meeu every first and third Thurs
day, ot each month nt Knights ul
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attoud.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of 11.
HONOLULU AERIE 140 F. 0'. E.
. Meets on the 2nd and 4tli WED
'NESDAY evenings of each mouth at
'.1:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, corner
Geretsnla and Kort streets.'
- Visiting Eagles nro luvltcd to at-
W. K. RILEY1, W. P. '
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG. II. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G16.U1. IV 0.
adlks, meets In their hull, .gn Klnij
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. VlBltlng Drothnrs aro cordially
ttnvitcd to attend.
JAS. D DOUGHERTY, E. It. '
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Bee.
WM McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
fc '- K. OF P.
CijMeotB every 2nd and 4th Saturday
grycnlng at 7:. 10 o'clock In IC. ot 1
Silnll, cor. Furl and Ucretanla. Visit-
lug brothei b cordially Invited to at-
.H..A TAYLOR, C. C.
E A JACOU30N, K. It. S.
The Most Durable and Satisfactory
Lewers. & Cooke, Ltd.,
177 South Kinp Street
i . M. E. SHva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
j Prompt jnnd Polite Attention
m CHAPLAIN I ME, OPPOSITE
B- ' OATHOLIU SISTERS
Nicht Onll 1014
(jk. ASSESSMENT NO. i'i
Honolulu Branch of the Hnrriion
p' i ' Mntual AsBociRtion
Has been called and la DUE JUNE
1G and DELINQUENT on JULY IC.
M .iv -. r
PfM'i-''"- ' ,.
WE HAVE WITH OS
T THE YOUNQ.
.s'uiiiii), jni) ni.
P 8 I'. KMIninuu, l.oiidon; W. O.
Aiken, Maul, I torn Ice Iliindloy, Kh-
pna, Mrs. Win. Hyde llco. Llliuc;
Mlsn Chilly Itli-o. I.lliuo; Clnrcnco
While, city; A C. Struyne, Aug. John
AT THS HAWAIIAN.
S:ilnrd:t. .lull .10.
Miss Jennie McIiUokIi, Chns. K.
lloal. MrK I'hns K. Itoyal, Miss K.
SI Hudson. W. II. Frlcdly. Viililiirn;
J I; llln.-l. ih:h. and wife, It. I'. Bald
win. S W ttmng and wire, Ixji An-
UT A FEW
OF US LEFT
Our hundred and fr.rty pawangerH
look thlr (Icparl.uic nr !-'iiii Francis
co liy the (Ktmifr liner Slenu t ID
o'llod; this morning
Willi the exception of the police nhd
the (UjWBpiiperinen there me but a
few or us left In Honolulu the to (i.ns.
The Korea, Falling the llrst of the
nek, i.nrlccl mrr una humlreil peo
ple, then followed the Matfon Naviga
tion steamer l.uillnu InsMneiiini; nilb
There is nothing doing along trans
portation line n to the toast until tl.e
ceiling of Tii'-'liiv the lUih f ttlQ
.nornliig of ih lol'owlne d-'V wlici
the Canadlan-Auntrnliun steamer
Ke.ilandhi will ho dispatched for Van
couver. The Mntson steamer Wllhol
mliia will get nwiiy for San Frauds
co nt 10 o'clock on the morning of
Tho drparturo of tho Si"rra was
marked by tho usual display of floral
uu-aths, fond ami lu somu liiHtunevs
tearlul, lurewulls, and the crowding
and the crush on. tio decks of the
Tho terillorl.il hand rendered u
program of inelodl-i ranging from
Hiavw to gav. Tin iirrangoinent foi
Iho handling of the passengers and
the crowd provtd satisfactory. Two
g.mgwiDs mriod to take care of tho
people while baggage, mall and de
layed freight vent Into tho ship
tliiough nno of the forward ports.
Iho Sierra carried !. cabin ami -IC
BtcOVhgo pashengers At least a dozeu
Itusslans were booked for tho const.
ivhcro It Is onderstood that thfy will
tako iip'Mnplojinent with tho lumber
mills or Dm tianm-ontlnentnl rallwnis
or. the 1'aclllc Mope
Tho Sierra left witlm rather small
curgo and In comcinence tho ohso1
was well out nl tfte water as she
steamed down tho rl'iiunel and out tp
sen. 1a.'SS than n thousaml tons of
bugar, rlco, piueapp.es and sundries
weio taken on this trip.
A number nl well known Honolulu
pcoplo sailed for the nmlntund by the
Several pei formers who hao beon
nssbcljted with Iho Casino Coniedj
lelt for Iho coast by tho Sierra.
W. 1). Alexander was n passenger
for tho mainland.
Victor llurd, ono of tho charter
members of the Wiihlne Kapu Club,
Irft fur tho States und It is rumored
that he will return with a bride.
Colonel C. Miles of tho Salvation
Anuy wjis among thoso leailiiR by
"Dick" SiiUlMin, tho woll known
business man and sport promoter,
was gleu a lusty farewell by a
buiii.li of his Mends. "Dick" will re
main on tho coasU for a month and
perhaps get In touch with several 11s
tlc stars of the llrst magnltudo who
inny bo Induced to try tliolr fortuno at
William FiivIiIrc, formerly with the
rinntcrs' Asfoclatlon, took his de
parture for tho coast by tho Slerin
(Continued from Pane 1
of Honolulu there wero ia2 commit
Ilv nntlnnalllliH tho bivs nt tho
Mhonl Ian year wci-o eighty four Ha'
Tviillnu, forty flvo part Hawaiian
three American, fifteen rortuguosc
"even I'ortn Hlran, two Jnpnnene, ono
I'rltish and three of other natlonall
Mr. Tucker although new nt the
work In Honolulu h exiiertd to mal;p
an excellent bend for the Industrial
tdiool an I will enter u.onn his duties
it the beginning of the sihonl jenr
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stnblos.
Order Plnectnr from l.cllhoal and
Woodwnnl Phone 667
It goos without snjlng Hint every
thing Is Host nt The Encore.
For dlsllllcd water, lllro's Hoot
Heor and nil other popular drinks
lllng up phou,o 71. Consolidated Soda
Pay cash mid iiBk for groon stamps,
TUey'io frco. Onll st the show rooms
nnd sco whnt you get freo for
Joe Forrest nnd Ilex Kvnns wl'l
pull oil their mile skating rnc( next
Katuidny night, and n big clowd of
spectators tloubllesi will attend.
Tan dice, who wni founil guilty
of felling fish without a license, wni
lined Jin nnd intts by Judge Thnjcr
at the pollfe court this morning.
Mntsunaga. who Is thnrged with sell
ing liquor to n minor, hud the cae
ngnln't him continued till Friday next
nt tho police court this morning.
The polo club, ni usual, has come
through wllh transportation for the
press, nnd the name old party left nt
two o'elod; this nftcruoon for Moana
Appeal to Supreme Court In" the
in;o of John K. Sumner versus A. V.
(irnr has been dismissed by that
body In n decision handed down to-
D!ck Sullivan left on the Sierra
Mils morning for a trip to the main
Intnl. dlo will be nwny about sit
weeks and will endenvor to put on
romo flesh whllo ho Is absent.
Judge Thayer was on tho District
Court bench this morning in Judge
Andrnde was not feeling well. A. M
Hrown pro'ecuted, hut most of. tho
rnsei were tent over to future dales.
On Saturday nftcruoon there will
be two games of baseball nt llin
leaguo grounds. The first ono will
ho between tho St. Umls nnd Mili
tary teams, and the serond will be
put up h the N. Ci, II. nnd the Ma
rines. The aulnmoblle Hint Ins been rented
for the police department Is In nitlvo
crvlie already, nnd this morning
Chief McDufno nnd a (ouplo of' his
'tuff were around (basing up suspect
rd burglars In It.
Pedro Mcndonra felt hungry this
morning to lie calmly walked up to
i Japanese store whero some rlpo
pineapples wero fir rale and annexed
one of the pines. Pelro win caught
i .few mlliutei nflrrwariU nnd taken
lo the pollic nation where ho was
charged with larceny. -
Final accounts of tho cvtate of lint
tie lllrnin were npproicd today In
court and A Fernandez the admin
istrator of the cstnle wm discharged.
Will of Choy Ngock was admitted
to probato before Judge llobtnson this
morning ami llee Fat was appointed
by tho Court lis executor of tho ostntc.
Ilnnnnh llenjamln lias been granted
n dUorcn from her husband Oltvu,
mil this morning Mary I.. Oost re--elved
n decree of absolute, divorce
from her hiifbaiid William n, who
hart not bren heard from by her In
nenrly two years after sho sent him
money In Ohio to come back to Ho
nolulu. Deouty Clork' A. A. Ilea of Federal
Court has returned from n month's
vacation which was spent on Maul
inil In a trip to llllo nnd the Volcano
F. L. Forter hns been performing Mr.
Dcas' duties during his absence. Clerk
Murphy goes on a ten day vncatlnn
'Mivlng noxt Tucday and will spend
tho tlmo at tho Volcano.
D. M. Keohn leads In tho batting
nerngo of tho Post Offlco buselmll
team and bis figures nro .000. A. Lino
Is Fccnnd, nnd ho stnuds at .IKS 'with
N. K. Honpll third on the .3H3 mark.
Paaluhl nlso la running level wllh
Hnopll nnd his figures are tho same.
Joe Kubcy is well down tho list with
.12. nnd Kello nnd -Punl 'arc last with
tho magnificent figures of .000.
The local Mock mnrket Is slowly
picking up bo in o of tho business re
cently done In the past nrar weeks.
At FC3s!nn sales Olua held tho in
tention of thoso looking for n "put
by Investment. 1U5 shares of the
abovo stock, In several rmall lots
(hanged hands at Cull. A block of SO
was taken at 0.C2D. lly tl'ils It may
bo Ftirinlscd that thoro Ij n boot
some where in tho near futuro for
Ten Ewa nt 33.C0 shows a Blight ad
vance over tho last prcvloiu Balo of
Tho only other itocl; at socslon sales
was 50 Honokaa nt 1S.25.
Tho between boirds sales wero
more varied. 1C0 Honokaa nt 18.25
and enf) Olaa at ti.S0 (hanged han,ds.
Tno lots of JUKii) cadi of llllo 1901
Cs moved at 10U.
Dividends wero as follows;
Paauhaii 20c per iharo, Walliiku,
S1.S0 nnd Hiitcltliiynu ID emits per
THE ANNOUNCEMENT has been
received here of tho projected sailing
of tho American bark Footing Sucy
from New York on or about October
15th. This vessel wtll bring n eon
cral cargo of merchaiidlre from tho
Atlantic coart port.
Al'TKfl AN' eighteen days' passage
from Honolulu to Port Townscud the
American solinnnei- M. II, Foster Is
reported to have, arrived at tho Sound
yciterday. Thn Foster brought a ship
ment ot lumber to the Island.
...... -. Sjftsj
Our New Phono Number Will Ho
City Transfer Co.
' 10 AMUR'
lor rolling liquor to n minor one Construction work ft 11 goes for
Klmiira who Is proprietor of HiinrNe wariI 0I1 ,iir, ,tnicttiro nt tho corner
Saloon on lller street will probably , Q,,, ,.., , .. . , , .
nil iKcnse, nt least ho wui come;0' 8o,Uh 1-S."'- UiVon streets
uu to the. pnlnio and tell tho liquorOI,1""ltn Tll"a' Square, and a build
(onimlssloucjrs on Augiifl 15 why his 'nK lileli Is Hearing completion Is a
llccn'c should not bo tnkeu awny for dlfgrncc to Hie neighborhood, erected
this Infraction of the law. on the prdperty of J. Alfred Magoon.
Liquor Inspector Fcnnell nrrested Neighbors nnd residents In that sec
John .Maknl several days ago for cn-;tlol l'ne protcfted against flic creo
tcrlng tho raloon lo buy liquor, John """ "f H'c flimsy firm Hire which Is
liclng u mlupr. Ho was before Judge evidently designed lor n Chinese or
Aiiuiiiiie jetlirdny and pieadrd guilty Jnpanero rtoro below nnd for living
to the charge of entering the saloon nunrtcrs for Asiatics on Iho uppor
lu iniri'N.iou liquor. Sentence was floor.
suspended in his case for thirteen; Tho inattrr was taken up at Super
months, iVI-or'a meeting rcrently but nothing
inn niornln.-t Mntsunaga who was could bo done to stop or forbid (he
the b-irkccper at the Suiirlro nnd told erection or the building necordlng to
tho liquor to young Mak.il was before the opinion of Attorney Mllvcrton.
the court anil his cuse n; continued' 'Tlierc must lio some wny," said n
untl) Friday, bond being llxcd nt $100.! """n ''" "ves near Thomas Square
Klmu'rn has discharged his barkcc;v "'Is morning, "to stop Iho building of
cr Mntiunaga but this does not let uch a rtrticturc designed for the pur
him out for the Inw In the case ton-'I'oso It Is, Just opposite ono of tho
templates Hint tho holder of n license beauty spots of this c'.ty.
shall bo responsible for anjthlng that' "I I'avo no propel ty Interest right
his iiibordlnntos do or for anything ' In Hint neighborhood, but I nm "glnd
Hint happens In the place covered by ,0 ")' H'al- ' liavc enough civic pride
the llcinsc. i oppose n building such ni this nno
On this account Klmiira Is to n'i- n "ie Magoon property In tho dlf
pear Iwforo the commlssloii next week trlct where It i being constructed,
nnd tell them why he thinks ho; "Thomas 8qiiarc Is one of tho spots
shiiiihlnt not bo iltpiiu-J of his II-'w nro proud of, for ninny of ua ro
fflnntlnnrd from Pnfre I
Tho sentiment la iinanliiiously In thing mnro In harmony with the sur
favor of a public road lo the whnrf. A rounding would bo plnced there,
few of our cltlzeiu nro of opinion' "The nlll boards wrre bad enough
Unit the Itnllronil i-liould construit but this structure now being construct
this rnnd lit i mtilltlon to their own , ed Is Infinitely worse. What Is the
right of wny. but by far tho majority iifo of spending largo sums of money
bclevo the public road bhould be con- for nronioilon work nnd bringing ton
strutted by the flov eminent. rlets hrro Just to Jiaro them sco u
I herewith hand voti copy nf tho Chlnoo thop opposite n beautiful
resolution paed itt Siturdny's meet-J park. Visitors will have a flno Iden
Ing, nnd vvlilrh clcnrly sets forth prac-: of Honolulu in riding out to the
tlcnlly tho unanimous opinion of tho bench nnd pnsslng nnythlng like Ma-
cltUcns lu this vhlnlty on the Hall
road wharf proposition.
Thanking ou for your considera
tion, I remain. .
Very truly our.
v i: E. HICIIAHDS.
IS EN ROUTE
The United States ship lluffiiio. In
Hie ro.'vlce of the Navy Department
In the movement of men nnd Hip
piles, Is eu unite to Honolulu, (Junta
nnd Moulin. Tho vessel has been
cruising along the const of Califor
nia, whcie she hau transported thn
divisions of thn uavul mllltln it
San I u llnrbarii, Sun Pedro nnd Sail
Diego for a pra tlsa erulso nt Hen.
lu this liistanco thn militiamen
manned the ship from bridge to llro
room, nellng under the direction nf
tho regular staff of ((Ulcers cm board
the lluffalo. Captain Stono Is re
ported ns In couiiimiid of tho vossel.
Tho lluffalo sailed from San l'rau
clscn on Monday. Tho vessel .should
coiuo down to the Hawaiian Islands
within eight or nlno days, Sho Is u
vcbscl of six thousand tons, nnd will
lenvn rupplles nt (liinm and nlso a'
Manila. The ship bus ti'cclvod n
general overhauling at Mnro Island
dining her sojourn mi Iho Const.
WATER PLANT FAR
Tho Honolulu Construction Com
pany will coniuioucu work on tho now
and modem w titer tupply plant for
A cable has boon leeched from
Washington authorizing tha local
quarantine authorities to lot tho con
tract for tha construction and liutal
latlon of u plant tor tho stutlon not
exceeding e cost of lilno thousand
This sum was appropriated sumo
months ago and It .has now become
A WIRELESS message received last
evening lrom the Paelllc Mall steam
er Korea 879 miles oft tho port ruroiito
to San Francisco announced tho pass
ing of tho transport Sheridan at six
o'clock that evening.
Some men don't know enough to
get married, nnd wimp others know
Occasionally tho roan with an etigle
cio proves to bo u human vulture .
(Jas. H L6vo)
incniDer It when untlilng. but a tan
gle nf bushes, flood homes hnvo been
erected nil nronnd the nolghlmrhood.
Jind to think Hint by tnls action of
Mngocu, who cares for money mori
I than anything else It fecms. the see'
. tliM Is to be opened to Asiatic shop
' "If U'!l? Il.lll fnmtr-ll In lin.n 1 1, , t
corner bln.lng with li'll boards, and
when thejo wrre taken clown recently
there was, 11 ulch of relief Ihiit unme.
goon Is putting up there
"If the linnril of supervisors can't
stop tho erection of this building then
the Promotion Committee or Chamber
of Commerco should step In nnd In
some radical way forco Magoon from
C 11 ii 1 1 n 1 1 11 Correspondence)
llllo, Aug. 8. Tho peoplo who have
taken Milium r lots nt 23 Mites, Olait,
bellovn III Improving their section by
mutual assistance, unci In this man
ner they will without doubt accomp
lish wonders. 1-ast Tuesday a num
ber of thy lot owners, togcthor with
their guests, ninny of them school
teachers, assembled and bold an
Arbor Day on tho Vicars lot., planting
tl'cicou teventy-thrvo Jupaneso cednr
Among thoso who took part were
Mr. and Mrs. W. Shtpmnn, Mr. and
Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Tnylor, of Honolulu;
Captain nnd Mrs. Klt7gcrald, Mrs.
Filler, Mrs. Ilowmnn, Judgo Lyman,
Mr. Clowes, nnd Misses Carter, (!cn
ovlevo Young, Johnson, Mncdonnld,
Slinvv, Dorden, Hover, llosmer, Mcr
lit. Wynne, II. Lyman, Allen and
THE KAI1IY IJUKhTIOX.
Editor Evan Ing II u 1 1 o 1 1 lr
Now Hint tha tuberculosis question
has bcon dlscusFcd by most evoryone
but tho pound man, I wilt (If grunted
Hpuco In your vnluable paper) "sit In"
and take a bund. I believe tho pub
lic, that Is, tho cow Julco Imbibing
public, may find tolnco In the words
of the Immortal Koch ho wJin first
Isirhitod tho tuborclo bacclllus. At
the International Congress on Tuber
culosis ho said "Human beings may
bo Infected by bnvlno tubcrculo ba
cilli but serious diseases from this
tn"sn occur very rnrely."
With r.O por tout of tho dairy cows
on this Island Infected with tuber
culosis nnd nt least 75 per cent of the
population using raw milk, whero will
we nil ho In another decade
If tho Infection Is as virulent ns It
Is claimed to bo whero should tho inu
Joilty of inf bo at present? In tho
hospital for Incurables, or croninted.7
Put tho cow stables In n good san
itary condition, eliminate tho cow
dung nnd stable filth, and hi my opin
ion vory llttlo nocd bo feared from
the use of cow's milk.
A II. HOWAT, I). V S.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1910.
Bulletin, Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE EIOMtT ,
1 ARRIVED t!1 . DEPARTED
Wediiosdsr, Aug. 10.
Kauai ports W. O. Hall, tlinr., a.
llnwnll nnd Mnttl" ports Clnudlne,
irlinr., a.ttn, '
i . i
I IN FOREIGN PORT
Wednesday, August 10.
Caspar Sailed, Aug.!). schr. Ethol
drays Harbor Arrived, Aug. n,
schr. Espndn, lien-c July 20.
San Francisco Arrived, Aug. 9.
schr. O. M. Kollogg, from Hnna
Sydney Arrived. Aug. 0, S. 8, Ma-
rnmn, henco July 23.
1 Jilo Arrived, Aug. , schr,
Wenlhervvnx, from Eureka.
San Francisco Sailed, Aug. 10,
schr Hnnolpit, for liana, (
Superintendent 'IIIIs T. Pppe of
the Deprtrtincnt of Education, has
mnda announcement of tho calendar
for tho coming school year, which
opensvon September 12, the first term
being of Intirtcon wcuks' duration.
Dntcs for tho (onus nf school nnd
tho holidays to bo obsorvcdfollow:
The school terms for tho coming
school year 1910-11, will be ns fol
Full Term II weeks, .September 12
to December HI, 1910.
Winter Term 13 weeks, Jnnnary 2
In March 31, 1911.
Spring Term 11 weeks, April 10 to
Juno 23, lllll.
Holidays when tht-ra is to bo no
school: Ijibor day. If during school
time; Thanksgiving day nnd the day
lollowtng; Washington's Hlrthdny;
Good Frldny; Decoration Dny; Knmc
On tho following holidays the
schools arc to bo In sosslon with romo
time given to appropriate oxcrclsos
Arbor Day; Lincoln's Hlrthdny; Mny
Day; Flag Day. r t
There wns nn open-air boxing
match cm the private property ad
joining tho rear nf tho Art Theater
last night. Tho scrap was a good
one, and although no admission was
charged, n select audlonco gn there 1
around to vvafh the fun. Ono spec
tutor who wits witnessing his first
boxing contest ran for a policeman
nnd hud the pugs taken to tho po
As tho men were not assaulting
one another, and jib thcro was no af
fray about tho matter nud, further
more,-an tho boxing bout was held
nn private property, tho pollco did
not seo nny reason to Intorfcrc, cs-
pcclnlly as nn officer saw tho con
test. Tho pugilists wero According
ly allowed to dcpait, much tn t,ho dls.
gust of tho man who thought two
men with pillow-case gloves could
hurt one another.
Three Juvciillo thieves, have been
nrrested on n chargo of having
robbed a Japanese, of tliroo watches
nud X$7G In ensh. Tho rpbbory Is
said to have taken placo last night,
and Chief Mi'DuIllo was not long in
locating tho youthful thieves.
Tho hoys nro nil under eighteen
Kara of ugo nnd wtll consequently
bo sent up beforo tho Juvciillo Court
for trial. Thoro have been Bovernl
minor rohhorics also rcpoTtcd tn Mo
Dullle, mid ho Is ut work on the
cases ut present,, ,.,
Next Fildny morning Attorney
Ozavvu of tho law firm of Thomp
son, demons & Wilder will make
his first appearance beforo District
Magistrate Andrnde, In the liollo
ccmrt, on behalf of Mntsuringa, whd
Is charged with having sold tlfjUbr to
Tho case will bo wat:hee with In
toicst, ns Ozavvn Intends tp put lip
a hard fight. Tho Japanese, commu
nity Is watching tho outcomo ot tbld
Should Ozuvva win out, ho will
undoubtedly bet Jjuuquottod. by ills
admiring Japanese friends,
F0RT7 SACKS OF mall for tlq
mainland wa3 given the Oceanic
steapier Sierra thl owning, TbU
vessel Is expected wli) arrive at San
Francisco on'ol- about the samo hour
as the steamer Lurllno of tho Mntson
Line that tailed for the coast shortly
nfter rtt o'clock last evening ,
ACCORDING TO advices received
liere the American schhoncS; Helene
sniieu irnin urnys uarnor with lies-
tluallou ns Honolulu on last Friday.
Tho .vessel brlnglnr, down n ship
ment of lumber consigned tn tho nsen
cy ot Allen nnd Robinson.
TucFtlay. Aug, If.
San Franclscq J,urllno,M. N. 8. 8.,
0:15 p. m, , . . ..
Knusl ports Klnau, stmr.. p. m.
Mnul, Moloknland I,anal port-MI-
kahnln, stmr., S p. m. ;
Wednesday, Aug. 10.
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8. 10
Per M. N. 8. 8, Lurllno for San
Franclsce-, Aug., 9,Mlss K. Ilonlon,
Miss J. Atherlon, Miss Lcsllo Tulloch,
Miss Martha Tulloch, Mrs. O, P. Tul
loch, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, Miss M.
Linn, Mrs. 8. C. Linn, W. T. Carden,
J. J. Carden. Jr.. 1. 11. Ileftdlo, Miss
Prime, Mrs. Prime, Mrs. Oeo. A. Mar
tin nnd 2 children, Miss E. Mack,
Mrs. M. 8. Mack nnd child. Mrs. May
Smith nnd child, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0,.H.
Smith, Miss 0. E. Parsons Miss 1.
Cnrtls. Mr. nnfl Mrs. M. Fngim, Carl
Wnllner, A. Parish, H. Parish, A. Par
ish, Mr nnd Mrs. L. A. C. rnrtsh,
Mrs, V, A. Hideout nnd child. Miss
Nellie M. Crnuo, Mlsfj M. C.-issldy.
Per O. S. 8. Sierra tat 8an,,Fran
Cisco, Aug. 10. Mrs. Geo. Konyon,
Miss E. Illcknoll, Mrs. A. Hnstibrouck,
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Anderson. Miss M.
Center, Mrs. D. Center, Mrs. II. B.
Patrick, A. H. Patrick, Miss f. nonot
ll. Miss E. AdamM Miss N. Center,
Miss H, Center, Mr. and Mrs. F. I- '
Hill, Mrs. Harmon, Miss Colburn, Mrs
Colburn, Mrn. M. E. Townsond, Miss
L. F. McCarthy, Princess Knwanana
koa,, Mrs. J. McAndrows, .Miss Vl Oup
py, Miss Castle. Mr. and Mrs. K. D.
Lucas. Xtrs. M, Crolghton, D. F. SuPI
van, Miss L. II. Pdltzmnn, Miss Jlynn,
Mrs. M. II. Horton, F. B. Wltlilngton.
Miss Sailor, Miss I.uhrman, . E. A.
Joner, Miss J. Colehouer, Miss Si Cox,
Miss Leo, Dr. Vroom, Mrs. Ilertschy,
Miss Herlschy, -Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Fultz.. A. F. Dredgo, Miss D. J. Salis
bury, Miss Potior, Miss Hollack, Mrs,
i. Dyer, Mlns Mary Gunn, Dr. and
Mrs. F. I). Kalre.hlld, Jtlss EamJs,
iMIss K. Dntot, Miss M, Cook, Miss
Ella Roll, W. D. Alexander, Mr,.-8.
Colburn. Mrs. J. Colburn, Miss. M.l
McCstty. Miss I. Yoaus,,MIs B.'AVH
llnms,. Miss E. Mnlonoy, J( AVngncr,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. lKmnoll, Mr, nnd
Mrn. Otto Osa, Mr. and Mrs. IL H.
King. VJctoT lliird, D. Yanlbrough.
Col. Cf Mlln; Mrs, MaryjSmlth. C. V.
Snckwltz, A. V, Oood, F. L. Hill. Wm.
Hoor.-J. It. Douglas, 8. Hamaiuoto.
I. Pnnnanter, Mrs. Coggshall, Mr.
and Mrs. -J. D. Heed, Dr. and Mra. C,
Per M. N. S. S. WHholmlna for, 8nn
Frniiclsco, Aug. J7. Dr. Harry E. Al
dersoti, MrB. II. E. Aldorson, A. C.
Coburn, D. T. Fullaway, Geo. 'Oard
tier, Jas, r. Jtlrrdtt, 8. C. Kennedy,
Mr. ,nnd Mrp, A. Hnrtt nnd infant,
H. A. Wlldor, W. Kostor Ilomcr, 8.
TJiompsori, Mlss C, C. Desmond, Mrs,
Alex, Lindsay and child; Mrs, L, O,
Marshall, Miss Lycila K. Aholo, Miss
It. Raphael, Mrs. A, E. Lee. Mrand
Mrs. C. A, Do Cow, Miss Vtda Ross,
Mrs. David Little, Mrs. Robort ' Scott,
Miss Irene Young, Miss tioiilso Mc
Carthy, Miss Jpscphlho' Pratt, ,Mlsa
Mnry Soxton, Mrs. 'A. U, 8plnney,
Miss M. do Drcttovlllc, J. B. Cox, V.
H, Bnugh, Miss L, Desmond, Mrs.
Desmond, W. A. Bailey, Dr. J. N.
Vrooiti1 Miss Jbsslo Kennedy, Mrs, J.
A. Kennedy. Mrs. L, E. ArriolcLi In
fant nnd maid, Master Lv Arnold, Mlsn
L, Arnold, MJsb" Dutsch)' Mrs, .Buts
chy, Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Carter and
child, M. H. Ihmsen, L. O. Richard
son, Ion I,. Clark, Miss II, Hobron,
Mr,-nnd Mrs. J, C. Hltchman. It. II.
Hyman, Dr. J S., B. Pratt, Mrs. M.
Stone, Mrs. H. W. Hyman, E. D. Ton-,
ney, Miss C. Richardson, Odlss IC.
iIutcliln,son, Miss D, Richardson, Mrs.
L. CI. Richardson, Mr. and Mra, A. b.
Bnldwln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Hutchin
son. -J ' -: -t
I WATERFRONT NOTE8
- r i i
IT IS UNDERSTOOD that there Is
a considerable quantity of quartermas
ter supplies such as feed and forage
for Honolulu on board the United
Sratet army transport Sheridan. This
vessel Is duo to arrlyo ,herp on Fri
day morning nn'd .according lo pres
ent cclculntlons will go to tho No. 2 na.
val wharf .to discharge. The vessel
VI II Hsko on it 'shipment of coal VKllo
lyjng at tho port, The Sherl'd'an Ball
ed fro'm Sin 'FrancTsco on August Dth
and U said to have made a record In
loadlhg her cargo -destined for Hono
lulu nnd Manila. Tho vessel Is cram
med wlth supplies and tho mall Is
piled between decks.
THE NEV steamer Zcalandla now
In service of tho Canadian-Australian
lna wll arrive here on Tuesday morn
Ing according to tho calculations of
hejr agents. Tho vessel sailed from
Suva on last Tuesday morning uhd
was tomo hours ahead of her schedule,
Tho 'Zcnlaudla Is making her Initial
joyafco on thb "All Red, route." She
Is, pronounced a nno passenger and
freight steamer, There Is a large
booking Df passengers at the ofneo
ot T. II. Dnvles nnd Company the
local ngcntH for'lho vesse'1. It Ts be
lloycil t)in but n smalt pe'reeniugo' of
those vhu have applied for IranipcSr
tntlnn can bo accommodated by the