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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOMTMI. T. II. WEDNESDAY, AUO. IT, 1910.
Wit t ' I LIIMMMMHma
' Masonic Temple
.I.tuhl Xo. 2 llrgulnr,
All visiting members ot tn
Order are cordially Invited to
ii f'lrcd meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
illDlur runmrceei Juemucri oi
numinc cnuinccno otner Al,.
KNEFICIAL ASSftqiATIOH. elation cor
HAEMONY IQDQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets every Monday cvciiIuk at
TJ30 la I. 0. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. II. IIENDKY, Socretary.
11. B. McCOY. Noblo Grand.
rXfl visiting brotuers very cordially
OAHU tODOE, No. 1, K. of I.
, lltoi. every flrt and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of p. Hall
torner Fort and Derctunla. Visiting
irotuur cordially Invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
iMeou overy first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias ilall. Visiting brothera'cortT
. many invuea to attena.
A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. oMt.
I HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E.
iMosts on the 2nd and 4 th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend W. It. niLEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
KONOLULU IQDQE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOIIERTY, E. It.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec.
iWM. MoKINLET I0DQE NO. 8,
' E. OF P.
iMuets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
vening at 7 30 o'clock In K. of P
Hall, cor. Fart and lleretanla. Visit
ing brotheis cordially Invited to at
tend. H A TAYLOR, C. O.
I E. A JACOnSON, K. It. S.
,lt is much better to buy
See our larpe stock of JAF.
ANESE and CHINESE MAT
TINQ and CHINESE MAT
TING RUGS both twisted
Colorings and Patterns that
will harmonize with your
walls and furniture..
Lewers & Cooke,
"177 South Kinp; Street
i M. E. SHva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED
' Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LrTE, OrrOSlTE
' CATHOLIC SISTERS
.Hone 170 Niebt Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Hnrriioi.
Haa been called and Is DL'K JU.NT
IB and DEUNtJUENT on JULV IS.
use nothing but Ivory
Soap, even for washing
the coarser things.
As for curtains, laces,
blankets, dainty dress
goods of all kinds the
housewife who cleans
them with anything but
Ivory Soap runs a greater
risk of injuring them
than most women arc
willing to take.
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
EnlcicJ fcr Record AuBust 16, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Hnir Itobei i to ftoilec...... Notice
Makallke Miller nnd heb to City
Mill Co Lid . M
A-.illI l..l,,..i ! I A V I'
Thump, o i CM
A W K Tiiompiuii tr Miller
Salvage Co l.ld AM
Duideu, 'i Lansing to Now Judd
Kukauu Apno and bsb to Solo
mon Nnwnl el ill L
I. Ill Oratiln' ami bsb to Ilium
lulu l'l.iiiln Co M
Agnes 11 II Judd by ally to A II
Dondoro ct ill Par Ital
Agnea II Jl.Judd Ly ally to A II
Dondcro ct nl Par IteJ
J Alfred Maguon tu Tr ot Est of
J I. Illnlsiloll AM
J Alfied MngiHiu to Tr of Est of
J I, Illalsdell M
Dallcy & LaWKi.n rt all to C I.
Sejlmlt, tr Agrnil
William It Chilton aijd vf to
Ceorcc Tnlt , , I
Entered-for.Rccoiii AuRUJt-17. 1010.
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a.' m.
Ji sl!ihclden to Philip Kj-
iiinaA v-'f nut
W t. nec'olo lp C;U Mmll'ji;....Ho
Hlrnm Jesse to llnlrama Oplo. . . I)
Kalho and wf to .ojio I, Novea. . , I)
THE IKTKIM8I.ANI) strainer W. (1.
Hall lias arrived from Kauai port"!
....... .1.. ..,!...... .. .-11 ..nnl...
Willi llie loinirtin L-am uiiw puiin.
CJ. & It. sugar. SO blips hides. 12 shccji
.skins and 39 naclmgri siliidrlc''.
The fdcal noh-grcase, "non
Makes copies ns clear as
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GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
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WALL-, NICHOLS CO.. TiTD., Agents
Boofc!. Books! Rooks!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Yonne Bldir.
Rebuilt Remington Visible Writing
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO.
Folding Chairs & Tables
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $1 per hour, Lewis Stntiles.
Arctic Soda Water Is tho host In ii
high ball. Phon 657
If jour horso or dog N nick A It
Itowat, I). V 8 . phono 1 129.
It goes without anting thnt overy
thing Is Ilcst at Tho Hncoro.
One thousand rplenillit hooks, R5C.
Hrown nli'd I.) on Co. Until we move
Return of resale In Hip case of Paul
Muliluidnrf versus Hawaiian 1'iih
Company was tiled today.
For distilled water, , Hire's Itool
Iloer and all other popular drinks
Hlng up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
Pay each and ask for green stamps
They're free Call at th show rooms
and kco what you get free fijr
Horses for sale Just arrived per
Hllonlnn. a fine lol of work nnd hack
horser.. Ca'l nt Club Stable, or Tele
Lull Sang nnd Chang Slug versus
Unit Ka,) and l-iui l.cn for a bill nt,
Injunction wan nrgucil )ic(orc Judge
, llouln8"' "ll8 "'"ruing Tho dctnurr-
er In the case win sustained nnd the
j l,l '""'."'f
I, ?Umfro "." granted Miriam Ivnmall
'"''W.-nom Iut husband William.
(Alimony of $D.on weekly was nllnvvel
"'"' "l0 ,,lv,,rc,!c' hilflbind has to paj
""" ""- "en "' t'J.iri
.loli a . VIIbu us special ndmlnls
tnilnr of Hi estate of ,lbn IL.nnu
lath, bail lilf flnul iicoiiiiIb approve,')
Inilaj- by .liulgo llobliihon The C'ini
inlstlons which Wilson received for
UiIk. work amounted to 3S3 3.
IJeiilenant llmclillelil'H nnmo wns
rn lb, rlinrge sheet nl Hip pollro court
this morning but tho matter was" sent
oyer till Augut -I. This Is the same
old crsq In which Iliirehtlcul Is chart;
cd with tiding thrc.ilenini: language
Alexander .1. Fraser. a prominent
Sydney newi.'pnpcrnimi. w:ih ii through
pauyeuscr on the X.e.ilaiulia. He is
luoeeeiling to I oiuiou. where bo will
occupy an Important position cu tho
Elqff ot the Australasian cable nor
Mrs. Coirca, who Is e.lmrgo.l with
jtractlclug incdlvliie without a license,
had bsr rase tent ocr till August 21
by. Judge Andrudc this morning. Tbo
woman Is allegeil to irvo given n sick
friend' smo herbs that might do her
Tb launch Elizabeth licringliiR to
the lliiwnllnu Dredging C;inpany cm
ploved nt Pearl Harbor was destroy
pit by tiro last Monday night. Tbo
fire I supposed lo have started from
sparks dropping on deck which burn-
- , i
i inrougn 10 mo r .
Krltnds of the lato Mrs. Hopper ate
expecting that her remains will ar-
live on Ibo Mongolia that roir.es Into
poit t winrrnw. Cables have been ro-
.jeetv d that Mr. kind Mrs. Wlllard
I Hi own, Mr. W. U. Hopper nnd Miss
j Margaret Hopier will arrlvo by that
steamer and It Is assumed inai incj
aeeompany the remains of Mother
iiikh.ns Hint ikiut to
.MHAKi: IIAUMVI.N'S IISTATII
Dauglilcr ul 1,1111am Ashli) Marls a
I,U.mI Hal lie.
I.OS ANClKI.KS, July 2a. Tho In
itial cllort of sixteen-year-old Hea
trico Anita Turnbull, or Ileutrlco Ani
ta lliildwln, as alio prefers to bo
known, to tceuro n one-third shiuo of
the j;i),000,0O0 estato or "Lucky" Ilald
wln, began In tbo Superior Court hero
today when sho asked for and secured
tho appointment of a guardian. After
hearing oUdenco submitted by tbo
girl nnd her mother, MrB. William (1.
JiiinbuU of yrookllnol Mass., to the
effect that Haldwln wus tho fntlier of
Miss Turnbull, tho Court nppolnted
Leo J. McOuIro as guardian, nnd llxcd
his bond nt S.100.
Tho Court stated that If tbo rtnlri,
of tho girl for a share of the Pnldwln
millions wns homo out n much jnfgor
bond than the one mimed would bo
required Inter. Tbo girl tcatlfloj that
shn wus born In Urn Angeles, Decem
ber 7, 1893, wilch ovldenco wns cor
roborated by her mother. The latter
was formerly Lillian Ashley, and tho
contention of Miss Turnbull Is that
sho was tho Issuo of i marrlago bo
tween Ualdwln nnd her mother, tbo
manhigo afterwards being declared
IN FOREIGN PORT
Wednesday, August 17, 1910.
San Frnnrlscii Arrived, Aug. 7, 1
a. m., S, S. Lurllne, jiohco Aug, 9,
San Francisco Sailed, Aug. 17, R.
S. Santa Hlta, for Honolulu.
THU FItKNCIl 1IAIIK Joan Hap
lisle, vvlili h a n I nul at the poit on
August 1, with foitlllzor and gen
eral cargo from Kuropo, will scon do
part for Han Francisco. It Is under
stood that, (ho vcsbcl has recclvod n
ehoitcr to loud whcat ror Kuiopenli
plrcctbr Walters of tho Pittsburg
board of health advocates a munici
pal lionhoui-'e, en us to Kcop icalilcnte
riiiui hoiulng lovvls In tliolr baso-
Mrs. John Huglits at tbo suffrage
meeting in Cl.ilnsburg, III., suvoiely
stored several Stato olllclals who arn
A cloudburst at Dcai, Ilitngaiv,
enured the death tf twenty flvo portions.
Our Now Phono
Cltv Tiansfcr Co.
HIS Si:PUI.CHi:it a g-ntln of tho
ocean, his requiem or mo rla in olt,m Conipuiy. wnith for sevenh
llin i.mii ttrt itull. tt. ..,,1. ..f H. .... I
;;;: -.miriam c im,. . .;; niti. "y ? ?
that wns mortal of CTnnlilii A'li on It.l
Simmons hasvbecti committed to the
ueat (lulf Btronm. It wns his desire
"scented t" tho lottei; not tho fancy
if n moment, nor the whim of nn ex
clt d mind, but n ilelllierute plan.
The yacht Samoa of New York car
ilod tho body of Captain Simmons, re
poring In n metallic casket on Ibo bow
of tho vessel. The acbt wis steered
lo tbo middle of the ttutf stream
where the flmple i rciuony of com
mitment was performed. The rcmulns
In the casing of cinviu were lifted
from the casket nnd gublrd silently
over tbo side. Captain Simmons left
Fcaleil Instructions ni lo the disposal
of blq biiily
BACK FROM TRIP
William R. Wlicelcr Returns From
Vacation in Tahiti nnd South
SAN lIlANCISt'O. Aug. 2. Wll
Irani It. Wheeler, manager of the
tralllc bureau of- tbo Merchants' Kx
chango, ictiir licit fiom Tnliltl yester
day morning on the ctcntnrhlp Mtirl-
pota after an iihtcnco of several
weeks In tho tropics, where ho vvcn,t
to ic uporato frcin ovcrwnrk. As
arsistaut sceictnry of tho Depart
ment of Commci e and Labor, ho
made an olllclal visit to Hawaii
seme time ago, and drnwj kiiiio. In.
leresllng coiuiiarlcnus between the
Tahiti Is tho largest of more than
100 Manila lompilKlug the Soclct.v
giottp, which Is nailer Iho ilnmliilon
of France. It Is about tho slzu or
tho island or Oabii. In I tic Hawaiian
group, but imich less duvcloped. A
number of.tljb other Islands aio In
habited, althcugh tome of them are
In discussing his Impiesclons of
the trip, Wheeler said:
"The Krcnih (luvcrnment In
Inno very little for Tahiti, and de
rhes llttlo benebt from Us posses
sion. Agriculture, for Instance, Is
carried on In a morn 'or less primi
tive fashion, without government ns
slstanco or direction, while In Ha
waii thero are thrco experiment sta
tions maintained by the Federal gov
ernment, tho Territorial govcrni
ment nnd tho Sugar Planters' Afcso
elation, "Thu vanilla plant Is nrtlfi -Jnlly
polleulzcd, vvhllo' jiu other countrlej
tbo Iiin-tlou Is' nj'coqipllsbcil natur
ally fhrough "ontxinidloglral ii'gchls.
Of course, the arable area Is much
less than In Hawaii, for In tho So
ciety Islands tho mountnlns slopo
nearly lo tho sea, leaving only liar
low sliips for cultivation. Tho cit
rus fruits hnvo been quarantined on
account or scale, and no effort It
being made (o icmovo It
"1 found many aged Chinese In
tbo Islands and learned that they
had been sent theie by the Hiltlsli
government In 18C3 to grow cotton
tor the Manchester mills, when -the
American supply had been rut ot ly Captain J. Frank, owner of tbo Sun
tho Civil War. They aro gradually , light, said that ho had lost bs bear-
returning to leave their bones lu
"Copra Is tho chief product for ex
port, while breniirrult, wht.h grows
wild and In profusion. Is tho princi
pal article or diet or the natives,
Plantnlns are also larcelv ronsiiniod '
nml imiiniin. no, I nthrr i.ool -l .
ffrultB grow iibundantly,
"San Francisco jtote tho chief
trade of Tahiti, although thero are
regular lines of vessels plvltig be
tween tho Islands and Wolllngtnu
Knglnnd Importr pa !
rlu, a cheap calico, printed with
I.ll. r.... .nlnnl .. I.I..1. ,... . 1.
i.Mh.... w u.ur, ,.. , ..,-,
main dress rubric of tho natives.
Frunco has llttlo trade with Iho Is
lands except In Importing eham
pngno nnd wines, which she would
do H Tahiti wac not under Fiench
"Tho natives aro mild, pleasant nud i
hospitable. They do not take kind .c,
ly. however, to 'ontlnunus hibor, nnd ; H
nnvni In lnnm uiiffninil rrnm nlnllNii
rlH .U IHl.l, JillUCieu llUHl..enljj,.,I)jllnla wJlth ,ft tIuvl 1K(rt (llrln(?
iigu i,iiui-r iiiuii in iiiivu iiiiiiruveii
Wlionlcr has roluriied much lm
proved lu health nnd strengthened, Aftor cr,,sK ubuut for soiiio tlmo.
by his trip nnd lo-nmmonds It to ,h t.row Wlls .,,,, tu pi,t ,,ii,
nnynno Bullorliig from overwork oi'!U1,j ru,vsoiis run out. The, crow ot
nervous exliniistjon. Ho has been th e vvno reduced to drinking salt
outside or eablo communication nu.I
know nothing ot the developments
'n traffic circles during tho past
few weeks Ho said ho had rather
expected sonio of the decisions or ( agonies or tl)lrst. Soon utter tho cup
the Interstate Cnmmerco Commission tatn also succumbed, und a lad ot 19
which wore mentioned to him. The was left tho solo occupant ot Iho Ill-
only matter or Impoitnnco In puis-
V ' .'.'.. '""" "lm.i oi ni .-.uu wiiai i "a- if" """'
August 19 of tho complaint of Los
Angeles against rates Into tho Sail j
Joaquin Valley. The rates wcro al-
leged in he discriminatory ngalnstl
th tniithern illy In favor of Sai
Fian it.ro. whlrh ileelded the trnllle
bureau to Intervene.
Dy "For Salo" cards at Dullotln...
Number Will Ilo
(Jns. H. Love)
Till: PACIKIC Htoimshln Niivlca
""'" ""'". ",v ' lK"lc " V'rougn
Slialts or Mugp'lnu lo tho west coaM
of Houtb America, Is about tl b" nti
sorliod by Its powerful lU-al. Hie ltd
yal Mall -Sle.im Packet Company of
meat Ui-ilaln. The luliuiry reason
lor Ibis is lliat Ibo coi.ipletlon or the
transatlantic railway h,.s ended the
lino's lucrative past-enger trafllc and
robbed It of, Us mall service, as malls
and passengers will now bo landed nl
llu nos Ayies nnd transported over
land to Valparaiso In quicker time
says tbo New York Marino Journal.
This steamship lino was started by
Y.'llllmil Wheelwright of Newburyporl,
Mass.. win conceived Iho Idea when
American Consul nt Guayaquil. Ho
npptiilc.1 to Congicss tor nld, only to
be refusal), so ho vvejit to London,
where he obtained tho requisite sub
sidy, nnd tho service wan started in
tho NPs and nil Immcdlnt" result was
Iho passing of commercial supremacy
In the South Pacific to Kngllch con
tml where it has slnco remained.
The ltoyal Mall, which will take
over Iho Paelilc (onip-itiy,. lias already
been a much larger enterprise. It vyiib'
rounded In 1810 by a subsidy of $1.
200,000 n year, iinfl tills Vaa Increased
to 11,350,000 when Its service was ex
tended to the Itlvcr Plalto.
IK Till-: hulk or Iho old liner City or
Peking changes bunds n fow more
limes It may fall Into tbo hands or Iho
Pacific Mall Co., Its loimfr owner, nnd
become n iiserul vessel. The P.iclllc
.Mall suld tho Poking n-leiv months
ago to n junk dealer, who rlet over
tbo deal ono night and then hold his
purchase for glD.noo lo W. .1. Itog-rt.
& Co., win strlppel (he vo.mTor nil
the brass anil copper that Bccmod
woilh savin?, nnd then sold the re
mains to Hates & Chcscbrough lor
$21,500. This Ilrm. It Is said, sees
more than tho price they paid In tho
b'g hulk and what goci with It, mid
shipping men cvproH the opinion that
a-'olber transfer Is not Improbable.
The hi iimo prnprller. nlone. Is enld
to bo worth $2,000, and there Is
enough g-od slrel mid lion In the hulk
lo.iulurn n small fortune.
Hates & Chescbniugn plan to beach
tbo vessel and loosen It up by dyna
mite, In order t-i render tho work of
tearing It tn pUr.CH easier. Just before
Hales ft Chesebi-oiigh i-ccurod Ibo Po
king, a well-kuouii former shlpiuaJ
ter planned to buy tho hulk, rig It
wllli sails an dtako It to Now York
with n cirgo of -scrap Iron nnd mcr
ehandlso from this eoasl, a eclrme In
wlrleli ho saw a fortune.
TWO PAYS atle!1 leaving Ilarbados
on July 23d, tbo lliitlsh steamer 1 ka
ils, which arrived ut New York on
July 31 Irom Duettos Ayrcs, slghto.l a
sinking sloop flying hlgunls or distress.
Tho sloop turned out to be tho lit Ilo
Sunlight, u e.irgo cnrrUr that run be
tween tho Islands ot .-.iiligiiu and liar
bailm. Kbo lay hulpless with her mas
ter and her crew ol flvo flnt on tho
decks, When tho men bad been holst
nl nlhiatd iho steamer and revived,
lugs In a fog nnd for thirteen days
lie and his cicw bad horn living on
vlncg-ir nml sugar. How long thoy
had been iineoUFcloiib betorb tho lka-
Us hero down on them, he did notjpleted the- dlschurgo of tho cargo
know. Thccicw worked nt Iho pumps
'""" I'Nhaustcil. Distress signals
cot alter a Btnriii vvusnoii meir
fmiL npd water overboard.
When Iho weather cleared. It wus
found that the compass had gqno with
Iho piovlsloiis nn.d the crew 'pumped
and sailed iceklessly until ono by ono
II ....... -. 1... nu....... n...l
' ,L) """ ""'h
Klfii-viilltin nml f..i-li In hlu tmn
stretched hlniKCir on tho deck to die.
' I give In.
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Bteunipr Telemachiis on (heir arrival
111 OHIUIIUIU 11,111111. uuv;uiuiiih Li'
mall advices, llrlefly, ho facts ills-
,hat Hr,10oncr.I,BKC, ,,alk
Quccn of MaIL. , ho Scychclo
' . .
Iho curly part or January, was caught
In vrry heavy woollier, nnd wns blown
n enlislderuliln uqv out of its cuurso.
wuteiM-nd eating raw flrli, which they
weio ablo to catch. .Life under,, siith
tcnlblu conditions soou told on tho
men, and tho second hand died In tho
rated ei aft. Ilo i-xUteil nn tho rrugul j
und dew bo tould catch until ho wasiBil U nvo 0.coc lMn CVCI1K f.',AIis. White, MUs AI. Shaw, Mis. J
plrk-d up by the Telemaehus 1010 ,,.,allmlIi Kobul.ilolo. Kiiknluii Ooka- .. Hlsbop, fl. Kave, J, Kamakan
miles fiom Maho, , Laininhothou nnd Panaahm. I A. J. ralrwoathor, Mr. and Mrs. t
TUB HAIIKENTINF. Mnrnnilior win
ropoiled nt AhiiMnI mnl tlm Hrlllsh j
steamer Zambesi nt Kleelo nt tin tlmo
'of (jepartnto of iho steamer Ha'l from
Kauai ports yesterday. '
additional 8hippinq on paqe eight,
Arrived ,i departed
Wednetda, Aug. 17.
Hawaii via Maul ports Clauillnc,
stmr.. u. m.
llhii.ii ports W. (i. llail, stmr., n.'
Per stmr. v. (I. Hall from Kauai
ports. Aug. 17. F. Crawford, Mrs,
.faslle, Miss M. Hastlc, Mrs. Q. N,
Hundley, Miss II. Hundley, Miss Oija
vn, Miss Mary rcrnnndcz, M. tlfa'ut
Mrs. Illchcrt, John Mcndcz, Mrs. Men
CHANGE IN DESIGNATION AND
t In accordance with nulhorlty from
1ho Department or Commerce nud Ln'
borr on August I, 1010. tho offices of,
tne Assistant to tho IJiiglnccr, l.lii
Light-house District, together with nil
equipment, property, etc., were trans
ferred to nni tdaced under tho chnrgo
ot tho Assistant to tho lnscctnr, 12th
Light-House District. On tho same
dale the light-house districts or be
united Stnles vvcro rearranged, and
hereafter tboj l-lli LlglitIIauso Sub
dlstilct will bo known ns the 19th
Light-House District, omprlslug the
Hawaiian Islands und other American
Paclflc Inlands. All communications
official and otherwise, should be nil-
dierped to the Inspector of Iho 10th
Llght-Hoiisc Dlstilct. Iloom 311 Mc
Candlcas Hullding,. Honolulu, T. II.
STKONO WINDS nnd choppy Bens
wcro met by the stcnnicr Clnudlno
that has relurmd Irom a trip to Ha
waii nnd Mnul jsiits. The vpssol
brinight a general cargo Including 3li
conls wood, 50 raos lu'uey, .100 case-.
salmon. 2 niilos nud 2.111 naekaaes sun
dries. The cnblii wns well' filled with
passengers vvhllo n large number tra
veled on deck. Tho Claudlne Is sche
duled In sail on her icgular trip to
1 1 Ho and Intermediate ports on Fri
OLLli: SCOTT occupied tho iirjik In
tho purser's office of tho Inter-Island
steamer Mauna Kea when that vessel
sailed Kir 1 1 llu and way jiorts, ypstcr
day morning. Purser Philips sustain
ed an Injury to Ids kg that ot lata
has caused him considerable troublo.
As tho member required closo medi
cal attention ho decided tn remain
nrhnrc for one trip nnd thq Gianni
Kea went out with Olllo Scott tho
genial shipping clerk as substitute
Till: JAPANKSK liner Tcnyo Mnru
from Ban Francisco Is duo to arrivo
at Honolulu early on Monday morn
Ing. This vessel sailed from the
coast nt neon yesterday, Hclng a lop
elgn vessel thero will bo no passen
gers for Honolulu snvn those, stop
ping over from n through trip to the
Till-: AMERICAN schooner Transit
has been undergoing some repairs and
a repainting on tho Intcr-Uland mar
ine, rnllvvny. Tho vcsbcI arrived horo
on August 3rd with n shlpmont ut
lumber nnd general cargo from San
Francisco. Tho transit will return to
tho coast within a.sbort time.
AKTHIt A PA8SAOK covering tvvon-
ty-llvo days (be American schooner
Omega lias arrived at Pugct Sound.
Tls, vessel lirouglit u shipment of
lumber to Honolulu nnd having com
sailed from this port on July 20,
SHIPPING AT tho port of Illlo on
laid Monday the datu or Ibo milling
q.r .Dip stoamer Chiuiio Included bo
schooners 8. C. Holmes, J. M. Woath
erwiu, Gambio and AmcrlcnnJIawall
nn Ii tighter Virginian and tho bar
PUltSKIt LOGAN or thu Btcamer
Hall arriving fiom Kauai ports thli
morning rcMrts tho following sugar
us awaiting shipment on tho Garden
Island: M. A. K. 37.800; V. K. 650; k.
S. M. 1150; ). L. ?510; II. M. 6130.
THU HAHKKNTINK Irmgard )un
nrrhed at )lllo after n twenty-day
passiigo Irom San Francisco. Thta
vosscl brought down(a largo general
caigo consigned through tho agency
or V. A. Schaolcr & Co.
HAyiNG DISCHAROEn u Bhlpmen
or fuul-oll at thq port of Kaanapull,
tbo American hteanior llosccrnns liai,
f purled for a loturn vnyngo to Gavi
ota. Tbo vessel sailed on last Mon
day. A CAHLti hns been received at tho
local agency of tho Oceanic Stcnmshtp
Company announcing tho arrival of
tbo steamer Slcrrn ut San Frunclbco
ut 0 o'clock on Tuesday morning.
Tm JNTICII-ISLAND stoamer Ho
eno has been placed on tho berth to
.II, Qary, D. Makena, C. P. Kneukoa,
TODAY'S departures Included tlmrl?. Kaal. Miss N, MuUii, ,Mrs. C. A.
steamer Nilliait for llnnokna. Tun DiMloii, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C Seotl.
voiscl Hailed oaily this arternoan nnd Miss A. NowinRton, II. V. Hill, C. P.
may return with a tdilpniont of sugr SickwlU. D. Ynrrthmugh, C. tl.
and' a deck load of cattle. Llepperb.
Tuesday, Aug. 16.
Illlo via way ports Mauna Ken,
stmr., 10 n,- m.
khunl jio'rts klnau, stmr., 6 p. m.
Maul, Molokalund Iinul ports Ml
kahala,. stmr., .5 p. m. i
Wednesday, Aug. 17.
Vancouver Zealandla, C.-A. S. S,, 2
Snn Francisco Wllhclmln.n, M. N.
S. 8. 10 n. in. i
i j L
Pcr. stmr. Clnudlno from llnpnll
mid Maul ports, Aug. 17. W. J. Dyer.
C. S1. Ilradl. n. F. Madison, Mrs. Nich
olson. Miss 8. Akco. Jno. Anln, Mrs.
Alircti, ilrs, A. Combs, Mrs. SyJva, V.
F. Fleming, C. Copp Jr Miss S. jOopp,
Miss W. Cppp,,Mlss Ilalcom, X.'lss
Wrenck. Miss ailillnnd, nro. Ilernard,
llro, Itobert, tin?: George, M, Urate,
Miss A. .Borbi, M, S. dp Pqntc. II. M.
Clark. Ilov K. II. Turner, Miss 12.
Lloyd. T Oda, Mrs. Lyons, H. A.
Strom, Miss K. Kingsbury. W, M. Ha
bcrts. I. S. Ilancroft, A. D. llnlitwlii.
Mrs. Haldwln, Mr A, B, Carter, F. K.
Haldwln. S.. F. Chllllngworth. Mrs.
Chllllngworth, Miss K. Kclley, A.
Gonsic, Mrs. Grossc, AAbreu, Miss
K, Cornwell. O, Mnrtlncll.jMrs. A.
Clark. SI. Dreler, A. N. Hayselden,
A. Sthimnnu, ,
Per iS, S. .ealnriilln, from Sydney.
Aug. lti. Mrs, T. M. and Alss'Uutlor,
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 'Monhl nud Inrnnt,
Miss Frnnkln, It. T, McpuUock, It.
'Itudln'nd'llodc.'P, Mulr, Si Orncc,.It.
T. Strnss, It. Langlcr.' ('v narnvrl,
W. qionv, T.,Patton. C, Jones, J. I)ac.
A. llagan, O, Andcrron. McCtillougb,
L. Hutchinson, K. Hoyt, II. f. Smith.
II. C. Mitchell. J. Wallace, J. Mc
Queen, N. Hath. J. W Page, C. South
coin nnd 198 In transit lor Canada
T PASSENGERS DEPARTED f
Per Btmr. Klnau, lor' itnual iiorla.
Aug. IB MJss Shaw, .Mrs. Chamber
tnln. Mrs. E. II. Hrldgewraicr, Miss F.
K. Miinson, Miss J. T. Mclntyrc, Mss
Kopko, Miss Kimball, Anna M. Held,
Per 8. 8. Zealandla, for Vancouver,
Aug. If. Mrs. K. M, Hill and child.
Mrs, Hutlcr. Miss llullor. J. W. Smith
nnd, daughter, Mr. and Jlrs. It. C.
Adams and child. Mrs, A. C'. Alexan
der. L, K. Tullot, Miss Annlo Gabo,
Miss Grace Aycrs, W. K. Vincent, Mrs
Annlo. Kcownd, W. II. Uattcrsby, Mr.
and Mrs. II, Hi Irryant and two girls,
V .C. Knos, Mr. aiid Mrs. J. W.
Kvvlnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Clomcns.
Mr. mil Mrs. A. L, Stodart nnd thrcu
children, O. li D. Stnn'iey, Miss C. M.
Cummlngs, Miss M. Hath, Miss Mar
tha Hath, Miss Ii. M. Fenwlck. Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Hacnko. L. M. John-
non, J. Dyer, R. nnd O. -Grotton.
Per M. N, S. 8. Wllholmlnn for San
Frnnqlsco, Aug. 17. Dr. Harry 15. AI
dersrn, Mrs, II, lu. Aldcrson, A. C.
Coburn, I). T. Fullnway, Geo. Gard
ner, -las. K. Jnrrott, S. C. Kennedy,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hartt and Infant,
II. A. Wilder, W. Foster Horner. S.
Thompson, Miss C. C Desmond, Mrs.
Alqx. Lindsay nnd child, Mrs. L. G.
'Marshall, Miss Lydla K. Aholo, Mlsi
It. Raphael, Mrs. A. H. Lee, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Do Ccw, Miss Vlda Itoss,
Mrs. David Llttlo, Mrs. Itobert Scott.
Miss Ireno Young, Miss Louise Mc
Carthy, Miss Joscphlno Pratt, Miss
Mary Soxton, Mrs. A. K. Spinney,
Miss M. do nrettoylllo, J. II. Cox, W.
II, lUugh, MIsb L. Desmond, Mrs.
Desmond. V. A. Ilalley, Dr, J. N.
Vroom, Miss Jcsslo Kennedy, Mrs, J.
A. Kennedy, Mrs. L. 15. Arnold, In
Innt nnd mnld, Master L. Arnold, Miss
L. Arnold. Miss Dntscby, Mrs. Huts
ehy, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Cnrtcr and
child. M. II. Ihmsen, L. G, nichnrd
son, Ion U Clark, Miss H, Ilobrun,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hltchman, IL II.
Ilyman, Dr. J. 8. II. Pratt, Mrs. M.
Stone, Mrs. 11. W. Hyman, E. D. Ten
noy. Miss C. Richardson, Miss K.
Hutchinson, Miss D, nichardson, Mrs.
L. G. Illchardson, Mr. and Mrs, A. D.
Haldwln, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hutchin
son, Charles H, Frazler, W. M. Hon
oris, Miss A, Robertson, Miss Ella L.
Roll, Miss Vlda Ross, Mrs. Hubert
Scott, W. F. Schroder, Mrs. W. F.
Schioder, .Miss Mary Sexton, II. M,
Shrove, Mrs. II. M. Shrove, II. 1),
Stanley, Mrs, M. Stone( E. D. Tenii-jy,
IJr. J. N. VrooniCupt. L. T. War,d.
It. W. Wljbur. Mrs. II. W. Wilbur,
II. A. Wilder, Geo. Wlllfong. Miss
I'or San Francisco, per O. 8. S.
Sierra,, Aug. 31. W. J. Lyneh, M,r.
and JAjk yon I latum, Mr, und ML".
J. McLatchlo, Mr. aui,Mrs. tj'. Chalmers.-.
Miss Ajors, Miss Kulllam, Mr.
uud Mrs, F. L. Hill. MlB3 N. I). Wlu-
aton, Mrs. V F. Lucas, Mrs. p. N.
Ward,Mlks H, Ward. Miss .Ilryan,
Miss M, F. Ellis, MIsaQ. Uurr, L. Q.
Atteo, P. p. Jones, B.. 0. Fjtlkncr,
Cnpt. Marlx, Miss .C. .Bcluiniger,. Dr.
nnd Mrs. pgals. It. 8. Thruston, II.
II. Hond, O. W; Coleman, Dr. und