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evening noLi.ETiN, nONoun.o, t. ii., fiiiday, auo. is, 1910. "" - ....-.. .
Lentil Xo. 2 Regular.
n "lilting members of trie
irdar are cordially Invited to
tltnml loei-tlng of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M
MARINE ENGINEERS "tSr Aim-
KNEFlCIM. ASS'SIATIOR. ciation. cor-
EAHMONY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday ovenlng at
7:30 in I. O. 0. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. 11. 1IEND11Y, Secretary.
, II. E,,McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting' brothers very cordially
OAHU IQDQE, No. 1, K. of F.
Meets erery first and third Fri
tay evening at 7:30 In K. of 1 Hall,
(orn'er Fort and Bcrctanlo. Visiting
orotbars cordially Invited to attend.
VM. JONES. C. C.
0. F. 1IUINI3. K. Il.'S,
EAWAUAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Menu every flrst and third Thurs
days ot eacb month at KnlgbtaTol
Pythias Hall. Vltltlng brotherBTcor?
llallv Invited to attond. -' "'
A. L. EAKltL Sachem,
E. v. todo,,o. otiit; cr
HONOLULU AERIE HO'.'F.'O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of. each month at
f:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
land W. R, RILET, V. P.
. vm. u. 'Mctjuif, sec. t:
80N0LULU LODGE 018, B. Pi Q. E.i
, Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 13. P. 0.
' Wit!. IP,ej8ts InthPlt hill, on Kin
Street) near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, 12. It.
QEO, T. KLUEGEL, Sec
WM. MoKTNLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
. Mutb wvery 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall. cor. Fort and Ucretnnla. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
'and 11 A. TAYLOn. C. C.
E. A JACODSON, K. It. B.
It is much better to buy
Sec our lnrpc stock of JAP
ANESE and CHINESE MAT
TINO and CHINESE MAT
TING RUGS both twisted
Colorings and Patterns that
will harmonize with your
walls and furniture.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 South King Street
M. E. Silva,
TrarDERTAltEIl AND EMDALMEH
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Nieht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
P'. 'Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
EVlIai been called and 1 DUE JUNE
p 15 and DELINQUENT on JULY 16,
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Thursday, Aug 13.
0. 11. Pence Indianapolis, Intl.,
Frank Mrilrcwcr. 8 K , Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Gelt, 8 F. I A. Varno'r, 8. F.;
0. M. Oilllspy, City; 11. it. llonicri
Los Angeles; It. II. Itnlns and wife,
Clnclnnnll; F M. Rains. Cincinnati;
Mrs. 8 Mlrh-toU. S. F.; Mrs. Mary
foster, l.clloliu.i; T. lt l-awrciice, g.
V; V (1. Kadcr, 9. P.; Geo. P. Ma
son, H P.; Mm. CI irk Wilson, 8. F;
Miss t:n Chrk, H. F, L. II. Self and
wife, llono, Nov.
Thursday, Aug. 18.
V II r-rt tlley, Wuhlawn; i:ilza
belli M Horry. Ilonton, Mass.
Wednesday, Aug. 17.
M Jongsnell Wahlnwn
NEW PHONES TO
(Continued from Pace 1)
new system should begin opcrntlnn
Just ns noon as the necessary wire
connections nru made.
Tho company management states
that no general demoralisation of tho
scnlco will occur wlicn the change
Is mndo and that ttio nrtual Miapcn
slnn of scrvlco will be npprnxlmulcly
half an hour
0N; IGUST 2ND
itr. 1L "CJnMi who wait formerly
roimcctcd -with tlio2tntor-lsland
Stcam-Niivignllon Cdmpiny, who left
.Honolulu somamonths-agu and, mar-
VJcdi wh'llo1 vh"l'tlng"tn the pastern
oiaics, woo very mucn nnve on All
gust - of tho present year of our
Iord, dcsplto tho statement appear
ing lu tho AdvortlEcr to tho effect
that ho jiiul panel away, leaving u
In tho malt ro-clvrt by the steam
er Mongolia, M,r: Clapp rcnirinhcni
several of his former arcoclatcH at
ISjrei'lntrr-lstJcntl ofllco with cither
betters urpsiiars, telling or his ar
rival on tho Atlantic- coast.
Ho sends copies of tho Falmouth
(Mass.) nowKpaper, under date of
Aigust 2, and at this date stntcs
that he was enjoying fair health and
wan to nil Intents and purposes a
long way fiom bring a dc.id man.
Tomorrow night nt half-past seven
o'clock there will bo a banquet given
by bo Oaliu League to the Wnsctlns.
Tho iffalr promises to bo one of tho
best over given by any Binding asso
ciation, und tho Voting Hold Is to be
the place whero tho feast will bo held.
All the oulclnts of tho O.ihu l-eague.
and tho managers of tho different
teams nro to l;o present, and a very
largo gathering will sit down to tho
On Sunday otcnlng tho Wasi-das will
ho entertained at tho .Iup.ineio School
on Nmiaim street, and that will ho
the last foiuml reception tendered
THE KEEL of tho Alscntlne battle
ship Morena, to ho built by tho Now
York Shipbuilding Company, wns laid
at Camden, N. J., on July 3 In tho
presence of soicral oflTclals of thn
South American country. The battle
ship will bo of InimcTH-) sIzq and Is
tine of two HlKlor-shlpH being built for
tho South American republic.
A prlvnto settlement on Colowim
Hand, near Macao, was nttacke.d by
Pnrltigiioito tioops mid a gunboat. Tho
Chlnono retaliated by capturing tho
I hereby g(o notice (hat ) havo
this day sold tho Criterion Saloon
to Mr. C. A. Peacock.
All accounts duo said saloon up
to and including August 13, 1910,
aro to bo paid to mo, it ml nil nc-
coutilB awing by en M salcoii to tho
Mid dato will lie paid by inc.
I tlinnk my patrons for their pat
rnnngo In tho pact and trust that
they will treat Mr I'eucock ob well
ns they have myrQlf.
C. J. MCAItTIIY.
Honolulu. August IT, 1910.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, (4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
Arctic Sodi Water Is tho best In n
high ball. Phone 657
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Ucst at Tho Encore.
One thousand splendid books, S5c.
Ilrown and L)on Co. Until wo move
If you want n good Job dono on an
auto or carrlsgo take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Cu.. 127 Quocn St.
For distilled wotei, Hire's Hoot
fleer and ull other populnr drinks.
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Soda
I'ay cssh nfid ask for green stamps.
Thcy'ie free Call at the show rooms
and st'o what you get freo for
The AfliiRU sisters will entcrtnlii
tho children with n song nnl il.tncc
litis coming Saturd,i inallnt-c nt tho
The Myrtlo dance tonight will ho
onn or the host cvor given nt tho
clubhouse, and a big crowd Is ox.
ported to attend.
Ernott Knal and his nuinlchns will
lcno fo Iho States on the Sierra.
They will b) nluent from tho Terrl
lory, about three months.
, Illshoii Tiust Company will niu a
mntjou for dlsrfmtlnuanco In tho suit
brought against John F. Culburn as a
comprimbVihaH been effected outsldo
Manmcr Ah Ping of Klraliulii Sugar
Cpmpiiny. win has b'en visiting In
iionoiuiu on iiusiuess, win leave (ins
artoriuxm for his poit. on tho Clau
dlue, ublth salts at u nclork.
W. C. Arhl, ,lr Mm of S nutor
Ac-Ill will hr among Iho outgoing pas
sengers mi the Siberia, leaving hero
on the 27th. Ho will le.sume his stud
ies In tho St-inforil University.
The remains of Mrs. Mnhy. who died
yesterday at Iho Queen's Hospital,
will lie In state nt Sllvn's Undertaking
Pallors tomorrow night at 0 o'clock.
Tho body will bo taken to Kauai on
Up till noon today fiSO automo
biles had been registered nt tho po
lice station, and there nro still soma
moie to come; (ho six hundred mark
Is expected to be passed boforo tho
end of tho eur.
L'dllor Soga of tho Nlppu .11 I will
leavo for Japan on tho Tenyo Mnru,
due to nrrlvo ftom San Francisco early
Monday morning. Mrs. Soga who de
parted for Japan a few months ngo
tiled Ihero iteentl) of heart disease.
Hlgaslil, tho Japane:o who for
feited his ball last week, it nil for
whom n bench warrant was Issued,
was arrested this morning iib ho wsb
ready to depart on the train for tho
country, llo Is charged with mi
sault and battery.
During the stay of the Tcnjo Maru
In this pgrt, preparatory to leaving tor
tho .Orient. 111m Excellency llnron
Otirn, Minister of Commerce and Agri
culture will be the guests of Consu)
General Uycno. Ho win also bo enter-
ttilni-il by the Japanese Merchants' As
sociation. William KalacDkckol, was loaded
for fair Inst night, and It wns all on
account or his trying to beat tho exist
lug recoid for beer -chewing. Will
failed to gel awn with his twenty
third, and then It was that he was
gathered In by tho police; It cost Hill
fiur plunks this morning to squaro
Thero was np accident at Ih.o Pen
insula last night and lu the mlxup,
John Do Panic, an employs of E. O.
Hull & Sons, wns rather badly Injur
ed. It appears that Dp Ponto was
following up ,nn automobile, the num
ber of which ho doe's not seem io
know, and In endeavoring to swing
mound behind It, ths motor-cjelo skid
ded and threw the 'rider against tho
back fender of tho car.
Do Panto sustained several cuts on
tho faco and dislJcatcd his wrist; bo
wns only half conscious whn plckud
up but toon recovered. Tho matter
Is being looked Into by Special officer
Chilton and If tho fnct3 JiiBtiry It. tho
chauffeur 'will havo to oxplaln matters
Children aro often worried because
tliclr mothers aro too attentive, unl
continually teprovo tho Btnnll ones
without reason, A child should bo
let ulone mid bo, allowed to play o
nmuto Itself In Its own wiiy, with
out tho constant direction or a ner
vous woman, s-iya Woman's LUo. A
boy, for example, onjojs,moro n few
slmplo'toys and something which his
own Ingenuity has worked out than
tho most clabora,to plaything which
has been bought. In tho same way,
tho llttl'o girl will lavish her uffec
tlons on a mUsluipun doll, probably
mado nt home, while the most urtls
tlj production of the toy shop .will
llo In state, to be taken up on rnro
THE A.MnniCAN-Hnwallan freight
er Virginian with ii largo hhlpment of
sugar gathered at various Wand ports
sallod from Hlln on last Tuesday with
destination na Sallna Cruz.
Our New Phono Number Will no
City Tinnsfcr Co.
WILL BE LEFT
But I000 Of 30,000
Homestead Acres Have
Been Asked For
"After tho llrst Inn I drawing In No
vt nilier It la expected that there will
always be homcbtead lots which hac
not been taken and anyone with tho
ncccHgnry iitialineatlons for a liotno-rte-idor
can prove up mid havo n
choice" said Marslon Campbell this
morning in discussing the hoincstc.ul
J There arc 30,000 acres to bo open
for drawing the first time and tip to
llhe present but 1,000 acres hive been
applied for, nccordlng to n ttatenniit
made by Mr. Cnmpb.-'ll today. 'Unless
many niOio applications are rcucled
licfnro tho drawing comes off, there
will be a largo amount of tills land left
after tho drawing Is completed which
nut bo taken nt any lime by nnyone
who Is u tpuililled homesteader.
There is ono ihiIiiI about Iho home
stead business which does not seem
to bo clear to cwryono and that Js
this. When twenty-tlvo )iorsons maks
application lr the opening of a' tract
of leased land for homesteiil purposes,
and their application Is grunted, tho
virtue of applying for tho opening
Any person u ipullflcd homesteader
may draw on uttj tract open and the
drawing Is not limit oil to thoso who
make tho application, everyone has a
chnuco lit thu dinwlng.
Tills does not s cm to bo general')'
known, as many who mako nppllc t
Hon for n certain tract think that they
are tho only ones who will hnvo n
chance to draw on that scclal tract.
To facilllato the distribution of In
formation on homciitcatl propositions
n large number ot pamphlets haNo
been printed and are being distribut
ed for general Information.
Klvo thousand of thoso have been
Kent to the Isud nsonts throughout
Iho Territory nd many more havo
been sent to persons who havo mndu
application for homesteads or whoso
names havo coaio Inti tho hmd onico
In connection with land matters dur
ing the1 past ten 'vcars.
tllnuk application forms to tlto num
ber of 10.000 i4o ulrmdy been sent
out from the hml offleo to hoiiicstoiul
era or thoso whom It' Is thought likely
would be interested In obtaining a
Tho first returns from tho pimphlcls
sent out ar oxpccled In tomorrow's
mall ns by that tlmo tho Information
will hnvo been widely distributed and
persons Interested will hao had a
chance to mako out applications for
Tho pamphlets contain full Inform
ation of tho steps necessary In making
applications for homesteads and also
contain specimen blanks or tho appli
cations which it Is ne.eessnry to fill
TAFT LIKES AUNT
DELIA'S ArrLE PIE
"Will" Strolls Arm in Arm With
Court ry Relative and Gossips
IIEVEHLY, Muss,, July Rl Presi
dent Tuft had a long iinlomolillo ride
today. Starting out a llttlo nflur 10
(t'-rlock this morning, ho motored to
Worcester, In Alio Interior of tho
State, and proceeded from thero to
the little village ot Mll.b'ury, whero
ho attended a family reunion nt the
homo of Aunt Dollit Torrcy. Ite
turning to Dovorly tonight tho
speedometer on tho rur Minwcil a
total for tho day of n fraction ovof
Accompanying thn President Io
Mllbury were Mrs. Tuft, llonry W
Tnft, n brother; Master Charles Taft
and Captain Archibald llutt. At
Miss Torroy's homo Horace D, Tnft,
another of the President's brothers,
Joncd tho party. Aunt Hejla had
perEonully superintended tho prop
nrntlon of tho meal nnd had baked
another of her famous npplo pies,
After dlnnor "Aunt Dolln" took
"Will" to nll on romo of tho nolgli
hot h. As tho two pnssod out ot the
Torroy placo arm In urpi ami wnlkod
nlong thu street, tho President could
ho heard chuckling and laughing.
"Aunt Delia" was ns happy as could
The President has a busy week bo.
foio him. Frank 11. Kellogg of St
Paul and Governor Ehcrhaidt of
Mlnncrotn will urge thn Prc3ldcnt
to speak at tho national conserva
tion congress In St. Paul curly In
September. Ocneral Leonard Wood
will also ho here tomorrow.
Oouflp.i havo nutomobllos hoatcu n
block when It comoj to running ico
(Jas. lt. Lovo)
- Democratic' SI Ic Would
Make Trent A
ItlrhnriMI. Trent, City nnd Coun
ty Trrnsuier fin e tho Inception of
luiili'lclpal government, as n candi
date on the Dcmociatlt- ticket for
Senator flom Oahu, Is ii frame-up
that has icrclvcd moro th.ui pawl
ing cbiis'dcratlon nt tho hands of
tho party leaders.
Chniles J. McCarthy tho present
Senator for this district, mid who
hns been heretoforo seriously men
tioned ns pcsscsslng nvplrntlons to
succeed hlnu'clf, is now being ills
ctjEMxl its u likely nonilneo for tho
city and loiiuty troasurershlp nt tho
renting Democrat!- roincntion.
"Senator McCarthy has every
qualm ntlon for tho making of all
cfllclont treasurer for tho city nnd
county of Honolulu," saltl onnwel
l.'nown Djnmiratlo leader this morn
ing. "He h.i's but recently disposed
of his liuidnces Interests nnd Is there
fore rreo to tnko up tho duties, de
voting Ills entire time to tho same.
The c.i'nry attached to the ofllco Is
onp that nee I mt bo Ignored by any
man or business attainments."
Tho preccnt "shite" Is believed by
llinro who credit tho rumor as Im
plying that tome doubt may exist
among tho leaders ot local Dentin;
racy as to tho po.wlblo strength that
might be shown by Trent should ho
agnln receive thu nomination for
treasurer. In past elections Trent
has always rallied a goodly follow
ing of Itcpub l-iin votes to his
Mnnduid. If tho throat of the U1
publicans nro carried Into effect, It
Is probable that they will offer a
piclty strong taudldate for tho con
yltternllon or Republican voters at
tho next election.
It Is understood that Trout has
heretofore been content, to remain
wlthlir tho confines of the county
treasurer's omce. If he has possess
cd ambitions toward a peat In lcgls
latlvo halls, no ono thus fur has
conic to tho fiont and center ns hav
ing overheard tho tuoJeit Mr. Tront
expressing a marked preference to
tho title of "Setmtor" prefixing his
However, there nro many or Dem
ocratic ralth and principles who give
moro than pasting credence to tho
possibility or Charles McCarthy mak
ing n mil ror tho treasurershlp, with
Richard Trent shying his castor Into
tho nrona lu tho capacity ot bcna
PIllM'tlSS ('(MUX! IIOMt:.
Princess llndzlwlll.) ,
LONDON, July 30 -Dotothy Dea
con that was, is going to mako u short
ls.lt to her uutho countt y within tho
next (urtnlght, accompanied by her
husband, Prince Rndzlwlll. Prlncejs
Itadzlwlll, uu her friends In -Amoilca
Will hnvo to call tier, hns sorVod no
tice on the' prince, that she wants to
sco her "homo tolks" again, und It up
penrs us though tho prince would
ac, to make tho Jouri.ey.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 183
S-r- mttjUMV ri
Thursday, Aug. 18.
Sail Frandcco Novation, M. N, 8.
S. 0 p. m.
Friday, Aun. 10, ,
Vnncouvci Makitra, C.-A,, 8. 8., S
Per C.-A. S. 8. Ma It lira, from Van
comer, Aug. 18, Misses D. McCnl
litni. T. ttothwcll, i. Helton, II, Hal
stcail. O. Hnlstcad, M. Ollbert. Men
dames II. lloswell, McCalluni, Itoth
well, Hnlstcad, M. Ollbert, Messrs. T.
II. Oldham, A. M. Merrill. It. 111ms,
P. T. Ilalley. W. I). McCallum, A, K.
Jordan, J. C. ttothwcll, J. Molr, F
Drakln, F. Halstcnd, F. W. (lilbort.
Mnster Halstcad. Misses At. Cultcn,
Pliinkctt, Allison, It. Moore. Mcs
dames J. Ctilton, Pecke, Hiitchlns.
Messrs I). Illshor. W. N. Walton, A.
Bethel, II. It, Arncmann, ArahnniS (2),
Semllch. I). Pe.lic, II. A. Wright.
, HAItllV AWAIll), connected with
tho Mntsou Navigation steamer Nova
tion died yesterday morning ns a res-
run oi a proiuiiKiti eciko uihu iiiuci
'eulosln. The deceased had hoped to
'rcich his home In this city nnd had
tnken passage dn the steamer nt San
TIIK MATSON Nnvlgatllm line!
, Wlllielmlna bound for San Francisco
was reported through wlieless last,
evening ns 402 miles off tho lrt salt
ing through moderate seas with cloudy
I weather and northeast wind.
' It wns n rather roitureloss session
, of tho Stock Kxchiuigo this inunilng.
lletweni boards flfty-flvo shares or
'tll-in u-nnl nt K 7K mill flflpcn slinrOS )(
Wnlalua nt 130.50. 'Onomett figured
in tho fhIos, blocks of rorty and ten
I shares going nt 48.23.
Tho session sales Included twenty-
i two shares ot Hawaiian Klcctrlc nt
1 170.00 and flfteu'ii Oahu Sugar at 30.S0.
I llonokai figured In Ibo sales at i8.J("j
ami V.vta nt aa.ci.-'.
I PRETORIA, July 30. Ocneral
, Uotlfa oddrcssed a crowded aut)lqnce
. In tho opera houso recently, when
I tho premier ot tho union of South
hArrlca was nccorded an enthusiastic
reception. Tho picmlcr outlined his
.policy for Ihoruturo and said that
itho time tor sl'lonco had passed. Ito
said that theio was no other possi
ble wny or rormlng a government
thnn trom the governmentB that al
ready existed. Exporlenio had shown
that tho coalition wns tho weakest
form or Kovcrnniout, und so nnl'
prnctlcnblo whon othor wayB wcro
Impossible. Ho wus qutto willing to
nbldc by the will ot tho majority,
nnd tho majority did not want u
Referring to Dr. Jameson, General
llutlin said that ho apprecfatod hh
object ot continuing In tho spirit
of tho convention. He thought that
tho tlmo had (nine tor starting with
a clean sheet and ho hoped Hint thn
old party organizations, especially
IiIb own, would bo dlsaolvod and
aiualgnmatcd Into a great party wltii
great and broad principles which will
be called tho South African national
General llothn then read a mani
festo dealing with tho .Mtrlouu ques
tions confronting tho government.
Foremost among thesp wus tho tusk
or welding- tho different races Into
ono great people, recognizing that
parties should bo tonrjod on( prin
ciples, A party should do Its utmost
to piomoto the-spirit of union, ap
plying this sympathetic treatment to
natives nnd colored persons. A parti-,.
should aim at an educational policy,
always beurlng In mind tho need oil
tho workers and tho duty of the em
pire In regard to detente.
Rererrlhg to tho govefiiinent's. poi.
ley of n(crnal development, Gcnornl
llothn stated (lint (ho educational pol
icy must bo acceptablo to ull In pro
venting South Africa from falling
back Into nnrrowniin'dodncss. A con
ference would, ho Bald, bo hold of'
partl6s which supported this pro
gram., Tho general then donlbd o ru
mor wich had been clrfulatod thut
ho would not reside In Qrooto Bchurr,
mid ho stuteil tlmt both English an I
Dutch had asked hint to stand for
tho constituency whero ha hifd rcsld
etl sluco the peace, anil he rcgrptted
that so much hnd boon said with re
Igard to his opposing Sir Per"y Fltz
, pat rich for Pretoria.
No. Alnno. a man Isn't nccossarllv
a coward hocauso ho Is nfrnld of a.
ON PAGE EIGHT.
'Thursday, Aug. 18,
Japan nnd China traits via Manlln
Mongolia, 1. t, 8. 8 6 p. m,
Knual ports-W; O. Half, stm'r.. 5
" "' , , .
, , Friday, Aug. 19.
Yokohama nnd' Asiatic station AJ
bany, U. 8. 8., B n, m.
, Manila vlu auani Duffalo, V. B. 8.,
6 n m,
,1 PAS8ENQERS BOOKED J
Per stmr. Clnudlno. for Haw-all
and Mnul portj, Aug; 10. L. II.
Dee, C. Doyer, E. Smith. U. A. It.
Hart, C, E. Livingston, Mrs. Living
ston, M, Cnrvalho, W. Kekapo, Mrs.
C. Somcrvlllc, Miss' E. Knlco, 'Jlrs.
Mary Hoffmann, Miss M. K. Kama
kurl, W. fuller, Julia Lee, Mary
Lee, C. nadc'llffc, F. Heaver, Miss F.
Chnlnicrs, Miss Jamfcron, Mrs. Cnpt.
Mosher, A. .Wlttrock, J. P. Coc.kott,
Mrs, Cockctt, Miss Cockctt, Miss B.
r.'opp. Miss II. Plckard. Miss L. Hart,
B. S. Capellas, Mrs. Jl. C. Achong,
II, It. Ilonc, Mra.,Rohc,'n. ti. Aglol
well, E. Sanger, C Somdrflold, lt. It.
TJmmcrman, J., Molr. '
Per stmr. Mtkahnla, for Maul, Mo.
'oknl nnd Lanni ports, Aug. 23.
Misses Ilcrgcr, i'lles' llpne, II. S.
Per stmr, Klunti, for. Knual ports,
ug. 23. P. A. . Itamone, Mrs. Itn
hionri, Mrs. H. i(l"ehrlng, Miss Stew
ard, D( Lynns, AJrs. Lyons, II.
S-.hultto, 'Jtfa. IL'MenoTnlco, C. P.
Ilcnton, Mrs. Ilonton. ' '
, Pc.r stmr, irnuna Kc'a. for Hllo
nd way ports, Aug., ,23. J I. P.
liahlwln, J. F. W'oods. Mnudo tVoods,
I. Vincent, Mrs. Vincent, Miss, J.
Heltcti, K. P. Chapln, M. Harris,
Miss Harris, Miss K. K. llurnliaur,
Mlrs Oatcs, Mrs. Capt. Mps'her, Miss
Mosher, Lucy Wilcox, Mrs. J. 8. Cft
.narlo, Miss Allyn Miss Lawrence,
Uev. D, W. K. Whlto, Sarah White,
,Mrs.. White, Mrs. W. Dtikcr. F. Mc
Urcwer. It. It. Lllllc, hr. Hitchcock.
Edgar Wood, W. Felmy, Mrs., Ii.
Marks, 8. It. Hart, Jas. T. Taylor,
B. S. Capcllas.
Por stmr. Maunn Loa. for 'Kona
and Knit ports, Aug. 26.. A. Pol'una,
J. 8. Cockctt. Mrs, Cqcctt. 11. V.
Jutld. 8. 8. Toomoy! 'Mrs: Tbomey.
Miss Case; Miss h. Meinc'cke, j. J.
Fern. Mrs. Fern.
CAPTAIN Frederick Jcbbjfn. form
erly a member of' Jh'o shipping' firm
of Jebacn '& Ostratiilef, which operat
ed n line of stokmiblps between Pit
Vt Sound tJ9'rt8, ahV Central Amo)rlcii
until a. tew months ago, wjion tho Arm
dissolved, nimopnccdon 'uly Jt "that
next fall ho will put m n line of
steamships between, Seattlo, Tocomn.
San Francisco und Southern Califor
nia 1 oris and Mexico, , and Central
Amcilca. Captain Jobson still con
trols tho German steamers Krna and
Ella, which wcro used by tho old com
ANXIETY Is felt nt Aberdeen over
tho non-arrtval ot tho Bchoofior David
Evans, Bovcnty-sovcn days trom Tn
lara Day, and rcio'rfc(( several days
ago off Tlllaniook out or provisions.
It Is reporfed that being , tinablo to
'scciiro ii rew nt jho I'cruv'lan iwrt,
daptaln Suol Is bringing tho csscl
fioith with onl himself, two mates
ami u cook aboard. a
THE STEAMER Moxlco Maril, fifth
of thn Btcamers or the Osaka Shosen
Kalsha ror tho trans-pacific trade, was
launched from tho yards ot tho Mltsu
Blshl Dock Yard and Engine Works 'tit
Tntcgaful on July 3, and 'tho' steamer
Canada Maru, last of tho fleet, in well
mulct -way, und Is expected to be ready
for hunching In a fow weeks.
THE I1RITI8II bark IUttlo Abbey,
1-J05 tons, under charter to load at
Eureka, for England, hns been sold to
llind, Itolph & Co., for 119.000, Tho
vessel Wns partly owned und manag
ed by J. J,. Monro & Co. Sho hns been
laid up tit Sau Frnncl6ca slhcu Janu
ary II, l'JOi, , ,
IN FOrtEfQN PORT
Friday, Aurj, 19.
SEATTLE Sailed Aug. 18: 8. 8. Mis
ton, bin, for, Honolulu.
"Thursday, Aug. 18.
Hllo Sailed. Aug, 10. 8. 8. Vlr-
glnlaif,. for Sallna Cruz.
' Wpdncsday, August 17, 1910.
San Frnnqlsco ArrjVcd, Au'g, 7, 1
u. ni S. aTWrUnehonco Aug, 9.
Sun FrijnclBCo Siillodj Aug. 17, 8.
8. Santa Rltator Ilonolujti.
Tuesday, Vho. 16.
COOS 1AV Arrived Aug.( 14: Schr.
' Omr;ga,'licpc6 July it).
SAN liTtANClSCO Arrived (!' h. m
Aug, ;6': 8, 8. Slo'rral hchc'o Aug.-10.
SAN FRA'NCISCO Sallqd 2 p1. in.,
Aug. 10; 'S. S. Tenyo Muni, ror Ho-
illLO Arrived Aug. IS: Uktno. irm-
gird, from Port Ludlow.
KAANAFAlI 'Satr6d'"Aug. 15: 8. 8
Itosccrans. for Gavlotu.
' Monday, 'August IC,
Ban Francisco AVrlvetl," Aug. 1,
hid. Itownll, trnnl'Mohuknna.
' tOkOUamn Arrived, Aug. 13, 8. R.
j Asia, hence "Aug. 2.
I Tort Gamble Arrived, Aug, 15,