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nvENiNo nnu.nTiN, noNoi.tTLrt, t. it. Thursday, auo. n. mo.
Oceanic Third Prgrre.
llawnlliiu SrconJ Degree.
Hose Crelx lSlh llrgrrr.
Lei Alolin Chapter No. 3
suiting members ot tne
ii-r Are cordially Invited to
i meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hal
7:30 P. M.
mniiir rTTiMttrrftf.! aiemDen 01
wAwnc cnoinccna other All0.
EAHMONY IODQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday ovonlng nt
7:30 In I. 0. 0. V. Hall, Kurt Street.
E. It. HENDIIY, Secretary.
II. 12. McCOV. Noblo Grand.
All vliltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of- P.
Meets every first ami third Frl-
lay evening at 7:30 In K. ot I. Hall,
(orner Fort and Ucretaula. Visiting
Brothers cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, a C.
0. F. HEINE, 1C It. a
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
MeeU every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cir
llullv Invltea to attend-, Tr. .
A. L. EAKIN, SacEem.
15. V. TODO, C. ot It.
BONOLULtl AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
Meets un the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cornor
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Vliltlng Eagles are Invited to at
tend W. n. RILEY, NV.:I
WM. C. McCOV, 8cc.
HONOLULU LODOEGIO.TJ. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. OIG.HP. O.
Clks, meets In their hall, oir King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially.
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, B. n.
OEO, T. KLUEGELjScCi . . .
WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
tvenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. 'Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brotlwra cordially Invited to nt
end H A. TAYLOIt, C, C.
E A. JACOUSON, K. It. S.
The -Most Durable and Satisfactory
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.,
177 South Kinp; Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Nicht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
' . .
Has been called and Is DUE JUNE
1C and DELINQUENT on JULY 15.
Proves To Be
Much For Fond
Frank (lumen, a youthful Portu
guese ,wus nrrosl" 1 this afternoon
nnd booked fur Investigation. Ho Is
Said to be u regular young tough,
who has ercd his time it tho Re
forin School for buys.
It Is alleged that (Ionics refused to
lene his father's, house, whore ho has
been causing trouble for some
months. Whenever threatened with
expulsion from the finally quarters,
Frank Is said tu have hated his arms
and offered to du up the whole fam
ily In shnit order.
The hut oscapndo was related tu
the polko a. id, at the lather claimed
that the Kin hail stolen $2 Irum hlni,
the youth was gathered In and taken
to the police million lie Is said to
hate claimed that he roidd wipe nil
his relatives out If glvin a free hand,
nnd as there niu a desire of tho po
llr to save the Tamil)' If possible, t!ic
man was lodged In Jail
Haw. Com. & Sugar Will
There was n marked revival or
business In loral storks today, both
between boards and nt session sales.
Hume of the sto.cks show a healthy
move In the right dre Hon fur those
who desire to turn ticlr money over
.llclwecti hoards $1,000 M'llrydo
(5s wont at OS. (in. Ono Hundred Ewa
changed hands nt .13.50. Ono hun
dred nnd sixty llnw. C. & 8. nt 10.75
show an Increase, over the last pre
vious Bale, which recorded 10.60.
Ohm did business with 200 shares
nt the ruling price of (J.r.O.
At cession fairs the bidding was
fairly lively. Twenty-live Paining
Hubbcr ratno to the surface at 17.
- A hundred nnd llfty-llvo Hon. II.
.& Mi. wc.ro quickly snapped up at
21.025, and 35 Haw. C. & S. hioughi
41. Olaa' did ImtitiierH with ion
shares at ii.Ul'.'i, and 30 Ewa went
A cable to Alexander & llaldwlii
states that Haw. C. & S. will pay
an extra dividend of r0 rents per
thnrr Sej ember 5. this In addi
tion In the usual 2 cents per share.
According to the report of tho
school children on the Islands, us
compiled by (lovernur Frear, the
Japanese fnctlon has steadily In
creased, whllo other nationalities
During tho Inst school year tlfcro
were 26,537 pupils registered In tho
public ami private schools of tho
Territory, an Increase of 018 over
tho number fur tho piovloua year.
Hut there were registered last year
003 more Jnpanrso than w'cro In tho
IiooIh the year before. In other
words, the Japanese Increaso was fif
teen ninro than tho total Increase, so
there must havo been a decrease
among other nationalities.
There were 10,009 pupils enrolled
In tho public schools hibt year, an
Increaso of 402 over tho year be
fore, and In tho private schools tlmro
weie 6G28, or 2 id morn than enroll
ed the year before. In tho public
schools thero woro ISC. tea hers and
In the private schools 200. Thero
woro 1!2 public and 55 private.
rchoolB In tho Territory.
During tho past ton years of Ter
ritorial government the number of
pupils In tho public and private
schools of Hawaii tins rUon from,
lii.IJ.17 to 26,637, an Increaso of
As nbovn htated, the largest In
creaso laet year was of Japanese pu
pils, n;,l morn of them attending the
t hoola than woro enrolled tho pro
vlmui year. Tho pupils from that
in o havo Increased In ten ycara
from 1363 tu 7078, nnd thoy now
cntuprlse 27.33 per cent, of all pu
pils. The Portuguese comprlso 18 27
per cent., Ilawallana 17.16, part-Ha-wailans
I5.ni, Chinese. 11.25. and
all others 10. SO por cent. There
wns no Increase last year among tho
Americans and piirt-llawallans. hut
a falling off of llawnllans, I'ortu
Riirse, llrlish, nermann. I'nrlu Hl
' nus pml nlhera.
jar-DULLETIN AD3 PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, (I per hour. Lewis Stables.
Order Plncctar from Lelthoad nnd
Woodward, Phono f57
I It goes without saying that ovcry
thing Is Uest nt The Encoro.
Ah lloo, a Chinese, wai arrested this
morning ami charge w(th peddling
nth without n llccnro.
The National Ounrd baseball team
will pr.ie.llco at (ho Mnklkl ground!
this afternoon nt 4:30.
For distilled water, lllro'a Hoot
Beer nnd all other popular drinks.
Itlng up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
I'ay rash and ask fur green stamps
They'ro free. Call nt the show rooms
and seo what you get freo for
I'cdro Mrndonza, who stole n pine
npple vnlued at five tents, will have
to work flvo dny3 nt Asch's hotel lo
appease the majesty of the law.
John Una who was found guilty of
Mealing $15 from a Chinese, wns mi
tenred in one year's linprlrnnmrnt by
Judge Andradc this morning nt the
penal summon Ins been Issued
against .1. Halt. Jr., who Is alleged to
have driven nil niiloninliile nt execs
Five speed when returning fiom the
polo game yesterday.
Kang Mam Cbo, who Is charged with
having nisIMcd littck Soon, tho notor
ious nrl'nn breaker, to etcape, waived
examination nt the poll it court this
morning, nnd was sent on for trial to
tho Clrrull Court.
Judge Andradc has arranged to have
a new halite covered table put in the
District Court room, anil It will be
used by l'roieculor Drawn, who at ore
sent Is using a' xmall wooden nalr
that Is hardly largo enough for the
John Nakca Is charged with having
ctolcn n suit of clothes from a friend:
the defendant claims that the friend
owed him pome money, and that he
took the Fiilt lo squarn matters.
"Homebody Is lying." remarked Judge
Andradc. ns he set the case down for
decision on August HI.
There wns n rearrangement of tho
I'oll ee Court ns regards tho situation
of the furniture this morning. Judgo
Andradc suggested that tho witness
Rtnnd, lawyers' table, press table nnd
tho clerk's desk be shifted around so
that tho witnesses might bo heard
easll) by everyone
As snun ns court adjourned, u
couple of trusties were called up, and
then Chief McDulllc, I'rosccutnr
Ilrown; Attorney Chllllngwortli and
the press gavo a hand at moving fur
niture and fittings. Tho result was
that tho court room now looks bet
ter arrnnged, and tho business nt
each day will ho mora easily attend
Prosecutor Urowli drew tho atten
tion of the court to tho dlllplduted
contlltloti of tome ot tho tubra unil
desks. He suggested Hint n coat of
varnish would not bo amiss and said
that something should bo dono In
mako the furniture look better.
During tho past jear tho public
schools of tho Territory woro main
tained at an oxpenso of $35,950.16,
according to a statement of Superin
tendent Pope of tho Department of
Of this total expenditure, l.ahalna
received $7702.73, tho Hoys' Indus
trial School $11,371.92, (Hrl's School
$1043.90, mid tho remainder of tho
public schools (n mo In (or tho mini
Tho teachers' salaries for tho year
Out of' tho general oxpenso appro
priation tho department has spent
$3001, and tho travollng oxpensea of
tho normal Inspector nmuuuteil to
Judgo Robinson this morning ap
pointed S. M. Damon us one of tho
board to apprnlso tho estate of the
late Alexander Youns.
Mr. Damon wns appointed In place
of A. W. T. Hottoiplcy who could not
serve as ho was not an American citi
zen. The other members o: tho board re
main tho tamo, M. T. Slmontou and
It. W. fihliiglo.
Tho following wireless message
has boon ro-clvoil by tho agents from
tho S. S. Slorra:
S. S. Sierra, at Sea, August 10,
1910, 8 p. in. 142 miles out; mod
erate north wind and sea; passing
PILES CURED IN O TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, mind,
WcciHnR.or Protruding Plies in 6 to
i. days or money refunded. Mado by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint LouU,
U. S. of A.
Our New Phono Number Will Ho
City Trnnsfcr Co,
(Continued from Tare 1)
Ing nrhnrs the sklpjicr ordered the
display and firing of distress slgnnls.
Homlis were exploded, rockets were
wnt up and even the ship's boll was
repeatedly rung with a hope of bring
ing nsslrtance It wai at daylight
that the vessel's pllcht was noted by
rcsldent't along the beach nnd tele
phone calls were sent to tho various
Platio nnd Cat Sated.
Tho shin's rat. (he prl of Cnntaln
Wall's little daughter ns well ns the
crew of Hie lldgn sal iism the cap
stan head of the tug Intrepid and
calmly surveyed the llttlo gathering
that grcetrd the vcssrl and her ship
wrecked "people as she enmo along
'Ido tho Mnt-on wharf. The cat was
only rescued after miici difficulty. Tho
small boats hail made several trips
between .tho Helga and the Intrepid
when the cat was noted ns missing.
The young lady at unco brnko forth
Into trara. Beveral men volunteered
tu pecure the feline and tabby Is now
enrolled ns a member of tho ship's
A regulation upright piano wns
among tho few articles that wcro not
only removed from the stranded ves
fcl hut were transferred to tho shore.
The "ni'Mlo box" .wnt lowered over
tho side Into n small boat and towed
lo the wharf. The skipper wns for
tunate In raving a small portion of
his belongliiKs and personal effects.
Tho mon also brought their slop
clients and kit bags ashore. Tho deck
of tho Intrepid pretentcd a rather pic
turesque scene as this assortment of
clothing and luggage was transferred
from the tug to oxprcw wagons. A
few looto articles sm'.i oa brass lamps,
nautlrnl Wtrumcnts, compasses nnd
the chronometer wcro brought ashore
with tho crew.
As roon as tho men gained their
"land legs" they made Immediate In
quiry for the headquarters of tho Sail
ors' Union. The Helga Is manned by
n whll crew. They nro In the mnln
Englishmen. They claim that this Is
not tho first unfortunate experience
Hint the Helga hat met on her nearly
twenty years at sea.
Lights Were .MMcaillng.
From all accounts the officers mis
took the lights near tho Mnana Hotel
for the beacons guarding tho entrance
to the harlior. However It Is claimed
that Incorporated In the chart In tho
po3rcirlon bt tho skipper nro special
Instruction lonrcrnlng tho grave dan
ger to be met by coming In too cloro
to the reefs surrounding tho Island nt
Oahu. It Is claimed that thero was a
light rain fulling a portion of the time.
Jint n few minutes before tho vessel
hit. the man with the lead lino an
nounced two fathom. It wnt hut a
moment following this declaration that
the Helga gently purlicd her noso upon
the reef. Kho seemed to finally bct
tlo upon n point or knuckle of rock
and her pounding fell with tho rising
and falling of tho surf. As the hours
pasted tho vessel gradually went far
ther on tho rrcf despite thu fact that
the anchors were lowered.
Wat (lure Iiiionn as Fnrluna.
A jiecsillar cnlncldciuo of the wreck
Is that tho llclgn In her early days
at sea wns known ns tho Kortuun.
Tho vefsel at one time Hew the Nor
wegian colors. Hho wns afterward sold
to it llrltlth shipping concern and her
registry wns then changed. She Is a
vessel of 1215 net nnd 1311 gross tons.
Her present owners nro raid to he
. H. l.iino and her homo port Is Syd
ney, N. 8. W. Tho Helga has been
engaged In the Australian coastwise
trado for some years nasi. It Is
claimed that about four years ago
the vessci paid a visit to Honolulu
bringing u shipment of coal to tho
Tho Helga Is n vessel of 209 feet In
length ttlth a beam of 12 feet and
a depth of 21 foot. Sho Is capable ot
transporting about fifteen hundred
tons ot coal.
No Insurance on Vessel,
No Insurance was carried tin. the
liolga, according to a statement
mado by Cnptaht Wall this at'tor
noon. Tho skipper wus a onn-thlrd
owner In tho vexbol, and tho loss
rails heavily upon him ami wipes
nut tho saving nf n lifetime; spent
Tho Helga would probably bring
$15,000, according to tho present
btato of tho market. Her cargo,
amounting to botweon fourteon nnd
llfteon hundred tons of Australian
oal, la easily worth llvo dollars a
ton, and this would bring tho
amount to between seven and eight
thousand dollars additional,
It is cmihorvntlvcly estimated that
Hlil v and cargo loprescnt a sum
pretty near to $25,000.
M'"er I.ookintr to Salvace.
Captain Krederlek Mlllor ot tho
Miller Salvage Company has practi
cally closed a deal whereby ho will
take over tho balvugo 'operations ot
(Jas, II. Love)
JOHN ENA TOLD
I'lIUADEI.PHIA, Ju'y 24. - The
body of Captain Jn'nra 1 nrcna of the
bark John Ena, whose death occurred
forty-two days ago while the hark was
oft Capo Horn, was removed from tho
cnbln of the bark today and shipped
to Han Francisco, tho late master's
Inline. .Accompanying tho body was
the young widow of the captain, who
for forty-two days and night's watched
by the hldo of the rough jilno box. Ail
id with alcohol. In which tho body
was lncned by tho ship's tarpentcr,
while tho crew grumbled and threaten
cfl mutiny If tho body wcro not enst
overboard, their superstition persuad
ing them that Its presence would
Mate Hr-ni Olson, nrmed with a re
volver ami a belaying pin, wnt com
pelled to uso force a number of timet
to cheek the mutinous spirit of the
crew, which was made nji of Japanese,
Porto Itleans, fnndwlch Islanders and
n few white men.
The members of tho crow declnro
that they knew something was going
to happen when n black cat belonging
to Mrs. l.orcnz wat discovered on
board shortly after the beginning of
the crulro from Honolulu to this city
nnd the sailors demanded that the ani
mal bo in-1 overboard. It was Mrs.
Uirrnr.' pet and the (aptnln nnd Olson
refused to comply with tho demand.
When, Just off Cane Horn, Captain
Jim, nt ho wat called, was seized with
an attack of Ilrlght's disease. For
two days his wife fought heroically for
For several days tho captain's death
wns kept m-rct from tho rrew, hut
when they learned nf It, they demand
ed that tho body lie cast overboard.
Olson, the mate, refused to comply
with the demand and watched over
tho young wife and her dead day nnd
night until the vessci wn-i towed lo
her nnchorage off Morris street last
It wns Mrs. 1 oreii)!' first trip with
her husband. Thcj- were married only
a few jcara ngo.
The John Ena made thn trip from
Honolulu In cighty-flvo days, record
breaking lime. Her cargo wns sugar.
Senator llurton, of Ohio, has an
nonnecd authoritatively Hint ho ex
pects In remain a bachelor us long as
he lives. Thero Is, of course, no law
against n bachelor's thinking he Is
living. Dallas News.
Thcsa fat aviation prizes nro going
tu put it good many mep In the air
nnd we father oxpect to nco some of
them put under the ground. Hous
wmmr "l-'W Hole' enrds l nilllelln...
t: t: t! tt n n ts ts tt i: it it :t tt u it ti
tho llrltlnh barkcntlne. It Is stated
that no attempt will bo made to pull
tho cfol oil tho reef. Tho liolga
now Ilea In about llftceu feet (if wa
ter. Sho bus a list to starboard at
mi nnglo of forly-llvo degrees. Heavy
rc.is are sweeping the vessci, and oho
la almost brnadslde to tho full forco
of tho swell. Tho how Is pointed In
tho direction of tho Moaua Hotel.
Tho two mates who woro left on
board by the skipper this marnlii
still hold tho fort. They uro hang
ing on by their eyebrows, so to
speak, and (heir position on board
the wrecked vessel Is fur from being
an enviable one.
Captain Miller Is In possession of a
very complete wrecking nnd salvago
plant. Ho It prejinrcfl to get a largo
quantity, of thn lilting and gear from
Hie doomed ship, Captain Miller took
over the extensive wrecking gear that
was brought down hero by tho Med
calfs at tho tlmo of the disaster lo
tho Pacific Mall steamer Manchuria
and (ho transport Sheridan.
Crew Complain of 111 Treatment.
Almost Immediately upuu lauding,
several membcis of the crow mado
omplnlnts of HI treatment as well
as a woeful luck of provisions on
their long mid unpleasant trip up
from tho Australian coal port. It
Ib possible that the murmur o( dis
content will bo embodied in a state
ment to ho presented bufijro tho
Hulled States shipping commission
er. H It claimed tnat tho men suf
fered (rom a huk of nourishing food
und that thulr lot,wua rendorpd spe
cially hard owing to maintaining u
constant vlgllanco at tho .pumps, The
vessel mado water at a .rapid and
discouraging late. It Is also alleged
that through Iniittundaiico tio mato
fell 111 within a week after leaving
Newcastle, and his condition was
ccitalnly a pitiable one when the
ciowd was taken from thu ttranded
ship this morning. Tho officer was
ro weak that ho could scarcely stand
without Hit' suppiiil of his men.
Them matters may come up lor
an investigation whllo Captain Wall
and his men are at the port.
I Sh lop-fling'
Wednesday, Aug. 10.
ficntttc-i-DIx, H. H. A. T., p. m.
Thursday, Aug. It.
Kauai ports Nocau, stmr., a. m.
Ncwrnsllp, N, H. W Helga, llr. Hktn
wrecked off Wnlklkl, enrouto to Ban
Prnnrbco, n, m,
guarantee nf $100 per month must
bo given In order to hold tho sta
tions nt Aberdeen and at Wcstport,
but not waiting for this to be given,
tho later orders were given to dis
mantle and retire nt once. Tho dls
"ontlmilng of the bar survlce will bo
a serious Inconvenlenco to shipping
Interests, ns nt present It Is possi
ble In get positive and nccurato In
formation as tu ,the exact hour Hint
vessels pass in or out over thn bar.
In,, the winter months, when a stprm
Is un, vessels nro often held up In
side the bar fur a -ouplo of tlas
waiting for tho weather outside tu
moderate, and without the wireless
rcrvlro .It will -bo mpoaslhlo for
Hicbo Intcresta In Aberdeen or Ho
qulam to know Just when they did
get to sea. Also the inward reports
are of great value to tho local mer
chants nnd shipping people, ns hav
ing a report of tho passing In of
any steamer proper arrangements
can he mado for getting freight or
arranging for a berth for her. Here
after no accurate report can ho uad
THE SO-CALLED deep-water sail
ors' trust on Pugot Sound, prevailing
for many years past, and which,
whatever may bo said against It, has
effectually kept up tho wages of the
sallnrmen to a top-notch place. Is nt
an end. Internal dissensions among
the members broke tho trust, and the
first evidence of tho rupture camo
In the shipping of a crew tor the
Amorl-an ship Alexander Gibson,
which wns loading at Tacoma for
Jj'ew York. David Evans of Tacoma,
fpr years representing that port in
tho combine, secured tho contract for
tho crew In 'Competition, but $20
Instead of $26 wns Ixcd ns tho wage,
It being apparent from this that the
tallormnn himself is to bo the rent
sufferer. With the single exception
df u small schooner provided with
men somo years ago, this Is tho first
decp.wnter crow that hiiB left Puget
Sound In the past ten yeara tor leav
than $25 per month fur able seamen.
HEHINNINO with tho departure
of the Japancso stca mer Panama
Ma.ru, which has left Tacoma for the
Orient, tho Osaka Shoscn Kalsba
practically Inaugurated Its fortnight.
ly service between Tacoma and the
Orient. Tho Mexico Mnru, now un
der construction, will outer the ser
vlco In January, nnd later the Canadt
Mam will bo added, completing the
fleot of six steamers, The Pnnam!i
Mnru, which Is now on her maiden
voyage, will leavo with n good cargo
and u number of passengers. The
through passenger scrvi.'o of tho Mil
waukco railroad Is tu ,bo established
next month, nnd this, with tho In
creased steaming of tho Osaka Shu
con Kalsha liners, wilt furnish excel
lent through connections from tho
East to the Orient.
IF THE (HIOUNDING of Its steam
era keeps up, tho Pacific .Mail com
pany may luaso a dry dock for fam
ily use. Tho company's expense hi
for docking steamers Is one of lW
big items, a tsuhJoU upon which Hen.
cral Manager Schwerln Is still to he
heard, Ho Is now In Japan. Tho
Mongolia has been placed In Hunt
cr'B Point dock for Inspection of tho
hull, and on August 4 the Denver,
whl-h grounded In the Columbia
rlvor u short ilmo ago, whllo trying
to oscnpo colllslqn with tho steamer
St. Nlcholus, ,was docked at Hunt
er's Point for examination. Tho Sap
Juan o( the Panama routo is on th
ways at tho United Engineering
Works at Oakland, being cleanod and
HAWAII and Maul cargo brought
to thla port by the steamer Claudlne
Included thu following: 4G cords or
wood, 69 bags rice, 50 sacks honoy,
10 barrels wine, 2 automobiles, l
horse, 20 hogs, 189 packages sun
dries. A SUGQESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested that eczema suffer
ers ask tho Honolulu Drug Co., of this
city what reports ho is. getting from
tho patients who huvo used tho o nf
wlntergrpen liquid compound, D, D. D.
' i . .
Why go to the trouble of reading a
woman'H ,mpil when by wnltlug n Ut
ile while vnu run hear II from hrr
Hpn7-r-.'laRqtli Catnrart Journal
OBF"'For Sale" carda at Bulletin.
W. C. 11EAN, Aherdcon manager A. A. Dear, Hlng You, C. W. nee, J.
or the United Wlretcs olllce, has re- A. Oilman, C. F. (lllmnn, J. C. Mc
cclved ordors Irom headquarters In Calidlcsn, Mrs, W. W. Hoge, Mis
Scnttlo to dismantle tho stations at E, Kckou, Mrs. Scholtz, Master II.
Aberdeen nnd Wcstport. Wnsh., on I'lloopll,' Mrs. it. N. Corbaloy, .Master
ship the Instruments to Seattle and Ordwny, Miss Turner, Miss M. Iloft
to ahntidon the two stations. Snme'manii, Ilr'othcr August. Hrothcr
days ago word was sent hero that n Clement, C. Sommerfoldt, Mrs. Som-
ON PAQE EIGHT.
Wednesday. Aug. 10.
Hllo Wllhelmlnft, M. N. 8. 8.. B
Per stmr, Claudlne, from. Maul
and Hawaii porte, Aug. 10, J. V.
Smith, Miss Smltli, V. A. Clowcr, C.
K. Meyers, J. V. Wlrud, P. O. IHlcy.
------- . -.
merreldt, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. l-ove.
D. Kekoowal, Mrs. C. Kul rtnd two
children, Mr. Cullen, Mr, Nlpholna.
Mrs. Nicholas nnd child, Mrs. .Kit
roda, M. J. Mnuro, Mr. ,Mattro, it.
K. Hoolapa, K. Kopaliu, eMfrt Kn
pahu. C. II. Olson, J. Olenn, Dr. K.
Mliglma, (I. Sosi, T. Nnmurn, I:
Togl, Ah Hong, D. It. Kahaulello,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Vf. 11. Crnwfor.il.
Per strrir. W. O. Hall, from Knunl
ports, Aug, 10. tW. II. 8tuart. A. Y.
I.cl:h, II, l.tudlo. W. C. Schlefer, O.
It. Humphrey, Miss Saylor, Mlts I-.
I.uhrmnnn, I). O. May, J. Cushlng
ham, W. Ilalley.
1 PA38ENQERB BOOKED
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wllhelmlna for 8an
Franrlsco, Aug. 17. Dr. Harry K. Al
dorson, Mrs. 11. E. Aldorson, A. C.
Coburn, D. T. Fullaway, Geo. Onril
ner, ,1ns, K, Jarrctt, 8. C. Kcnnody,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Hurtt nnd Infant.
H. A. Wilder. W. Foster Horner, S.
Thompson, Miss C. C. Desmond, Mrs.
Xlox. Lindsay mid child, Mrs, L. O.
.Marshall. Miss I.ydla K. Aholo. Miss
It. Hapliael, Mrs. A. E. I.ce. Mr. and
Mrs. C. A, Do Cow, Miss VIda Ross,
Mrs. David Little, Mrs. Ilobort Scott,
Miss Irrno Young, Miss Iiulso Mc
Carthy, Miss Josephine Pratt, Miss
Mary Sexton, Mrs. A. E. Spinney,
MISs, M. do nrettcvllle. J. U. Cox. W.
It. Haugh, Miss L. Desmond,, Mrs.
Desmond, W. A. Ilalley. Dr. J. N.
Vroowi, Miss Jessie Kcnnody, Mrs. J.
A. Kennedy, Mrs. L. E. Arnold, In
fant nnd maid, Master L, Arnold, MIbh
L. Arnold, Miss Untschy, Mrs. Duts
chy, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. V. Carter and
child, M. II, Ihmsen, h. O. IUchnrd-t
son, Inn L. Clark, Miss ,11. Houron,
Mr. nnd Mrs, J. C. Hltchman. It, II.
'llyman, Dr. J., S. li.. PrattMrs. M
Stone, Mrs. II. W. Hyman, E D. Ten
ney, Miss C. Mcharrfsoii, , 'MIsj K
Hutchinson. Miss D. Richardson, Mrs.
L. O. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Dnldwln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Hutchin
LATE WIRELESS advices rccolv.
cd nt Honolulu last evening are as
S. S. Lurllne, at Sea, Aug., 10.
325 mllcr. from Honplultt.
U. S. Transport Sheridan, nt Sea,
Aug. 10. Will urrlvo J'rlday after
noon. U. S. Transport Iluffalo, at Sea,
Aug. 10. 1210 miles from Hono
lulu; will arrive Sunday.
AMONG RECENT Hhljiplng sales
reported In Europe Is that ot tho
Ilrltlrh bark FallH of Dec, a sailer
.Hint haa been at Tacoma pn varloua
occasions In tho past. .Tho Falls of
Dee, owned by J. Herron & Co. of
Liverpool, has been sold to Norwe
gian owners. Thu purchase prlcu U
PURSER LOGAN of the steamer
,W. O, Hall, from Kauai ports, re
ports tho following sugar awaiting
shipment on tho Garden Island: M.
A. K 30,519 bags; K. K. II., 2400;
K. & M 3000; I,. P., 3510; II. M.,
WITH A SHIPMENT of lumber J
oiislgned to II, Ha:kfeld & Co., the
-Ameilcan schooner Wcatherwax Is
reported to huvu,Hrrlyed at IHIo on
Saturday last from' Eureka, Cal.
THE FREIGHT brought t6 thU
port by the steamer W. G. Hall, from
Kauai ports, Included 5P . case.!
honey, 2 horses, 53 packages sun
dries and u shipment ot .sugar,
AFTER A TWENTY-DAY passage
(rom Honolulu, the Amorlcan'oclioon.
cr Espailu' has arrived ut Grays Har
bor, This vessel brought lumber to
SAILING from'' liana on July 5,
the American schooner O, M. Kel
logg is roported. tu havo arrived at
San Francisco on laet Tuesday.
THE DEPARTURE of tjiq schoon
er Honolpu from. San Francisco, with '.
destination as liana, Is reported by
the Merchants' Exchange,
THE UAKKENTINH Maknwell It
btlll discharging n shipment of coal
at Port AUou.
THE ARRIVAL of the Canadian
Australian liner Mamma at Sydney
,18h, editorial rooms JJ3'(j hue'1
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
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