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EVENING ntJLLETIN, HONOLtTLTJ, T It. Tt'ESDAY AUG 30, 181ft.
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Oceanic Stated mid llilrJ
Hawaiian Second Degree.
l.eahl Chapter No. 2 Sprrl.il.
Alolin Trtnple Kcgulnr.
All visiting members of tbt
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
jf J.B each month
' VAtokV at V TO T11
Bk Jfc. A. 'li
7:30 P. M.
uunuc cuoiuccne JnemDers oi
Icvccipiii leenpiiTinu Jne.r A,so
-ni.Muini.niiiiniiuii nations cor
! HARMONY L0D0E. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets ererv Mondiv menim. nt
, .7.30 in I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street
! E 11 lit." M nil V a.-..,,..
F II. K. McCOY. Noble Grand.
I f 'All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and thinl" Frl-
May evening at 7:30 in K. of 1 Hall.
t .corner Port and Reretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
. WM. JONES, 0. C.
' O. I HEINE. K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN THIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
U Unys of each month at Knights of
Cvt rytblas Hall. Visiting brothers cor-
;A ullully Invited to attend. J
li2'x A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
. E. V. TODD. C. of n.
HONOLULU AEBte, 140, F. 0..E.
' IV BCl Ull IIIU IJU. UI1U 11U HiiU-
' NESDAY evenings of each month at
..., - .w- . .. j.L. .i.c-r.
i .7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Port streets.
I8i ,!'lt'"E Eagles aro Invited to at-
. . W. r; iuley, w. p.
r WM. C. McCOY, Sec. .
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. BP,0,.E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. O.
El Us, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Kort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting D roth era aro cordially
iiuyiieu io uucuu.
'. J AS. D. DOUGHERTY. E. It.
'u GEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec.
.1. V 1J
fil' lfH.l. .it..w On.1 nnrf itli RntlirilnV
p mccm vi.i; .u w.. -.v.. M..-
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of I'.
JlHall, cor. Kort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers coruiauy invneu io ai-
II. A. TAYIvOR. C. C.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. S.
When letting their contracts
for paintine-, specify W. P.
Filler & Co.'s
It last longer, has a more
Jjeautiful finish and is more
, economical than paint hand,
mixed by local painters.
' """ Sold by
Lowers & Cooke,
M. E. Silva,
.UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEI1
Prompt and Polite Attention
. CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 18
Honolulu Branch of the lUrrlion
llM linn rIM Mi 'I U I I ' 1-5 JIJNII
ruJ DliUNijUliNT Hi JULY I ft
THE purity of it,
the mildness of
it, the lightness
and brightness of the
lather these are things
you notice every time
you use a caku of Ivory
The purity of Ivory
Soap is due to the ex
cellence of the materials
of which it is composed ;
its mildness, to its entire
freedom from "free"
994$f0O Per Cent. Pure
(Continued from Pase 1) J
tho spilt of the Republican rules,'
placing him In the untenable pol-
Hon of sitting In Judgment on
charges of trlckerj that are rredll -
ed to himself and his chief nld
Ilii .T tiilun nti.l nil ..r tottM.I. nn.'
pears to be certain to
county ommlttee lii due time.
,"""'"b "" "" ""'" '"itorlal rooms. 2185.
Kallmapehii exK-e of Hie Andrews! Hung Pak Soon wa esterday
Uuffandeau method of doing Milltl,fndopted by Yuen Chong She. Hung
Vonies another, moie glaring ulid.
braten thau an heretofore .ittempt,
ed alone .the sjiue lines Us the outllt
Uial.would manliulate the political
gumo lor ineir oeiixni nun inn pariy
AX the Republican precinct meet
Ing held last KrIJaj evening In the
Tenth Precinct of the I'lfth District,
Joao F. ue .NOuregH
that district, was prs
his no mo was brought
the Andrewfj-llurfaiideau represents
tlves he strenuously objectel to liuv-j Art.
Ing It entered ns n delegate to the) The Land Hoard met yesterday af
convention. Thinking that,twas.,nn tcrnoon to heur objections to grunt
end 'tovthe matter, Jlr. de Js'obrega 'nK land licenses und exchanging cer
was somewhat surprued, while nt- tl,ln IndH for public purpose. Final
tending n meeting of the same club nctlon wl be iuk"n on heHe matters
last night, to have a rc.-elpt handed"1 the Thursday night meeting,
him for his contribution of Friday1 ' T.l.,
night, and was iiImi Informed thutJUFUf&KflYS .HlVr
he wasadelegate to the convention
on tho AJidrows.Ilu.faiideau ticket.
Mr. de iN'obrega, who Is considered
qu'le a political nnwer In the Tenth
of tho Fifth, emphatically refused to
serve as a delegate, and denounced
tho whole thing, as manipulated by
the ma'hlno, ns being a crooked
piece of work from beginning to end.
llr.-ilo Xolirega slates that he
paid no contribution nnd that he
desires nothing to do with the An
Mrcwfjlluffaiideau crowd, and he
makes the follow hi rtatemont In
writing, over Ills signature, which
fully explains Itself- I
"Honolulu, Aug. 30, 1910.
"This Is to certify that I am not
a dolegato to tne county conven-
No one has n right to ttso my
Three dlllerent le'ctrs wre re
ceived In jesterduy's mall from the
mainland by Promotion Committee,
telling of parties coming to Hawaii
during the next few months.
From Lincoln Inn Company at Chi-
cugo S. J. Wetmoro writes for full
Information, Htatlng that several of
his friends aro coming to Hawaii dur-
Ing the winter upon his recommend-
r-tlon. He ulso tells of using Hawaii-
nn pineapple exclusively us It Is far
superior to any other
Agent T. I Rose, of the I.oulsvllle
und Nushtll'e railroad ut Qeorgiunu,
Alabama, exacts to bring n party
here during tho next few mouths, und
from Huntsvllle, Alabama, comes a
letter written by W F Streuve, rcp
lesentlnx the local brunch of the
Order or frigUs, telling ol u party to
Iim headed HitwuliU'iird ill tho near
cards on tile t
th. nilllotln nffics
STOP at the
Hut lug youi wilourii In Hun Fniucl.ro This miigullUeiit hotel situated
on PnwHI Hlii'ul, ttvu blocks rioin Maiket stttet, In thu linuit of lliu city,
cunt eiilflit In all ill" pilunliml shops, theuleis, iuIIkhhI lit lent iiIIIcmh und
points of liiluiiisi MIIK'i; OI'll IIVH.'Si CiirniMiiii riuu-lltnlioum,
with ilutuDli.nl b.illi, 1100 nml unwind., htuluumi. v. It It nilvulu hulh. liou
unit upwuidsj puilur, Itiiiiouiu mul iirhiitu Imtli, fit (iu in lln.no tiurrliMii
I'MH -lii.ou nun ,iii nr nn) iiriMiKijn
TimiiOr hmiIii's in liiitiiiuiibllii iim id all tniliu mnl imiiiiii Hiv nur
llniMiliilii ii'iHwiiiuih.., IHMIWI IHirillllTi Ilium S MiI'iiihIIim
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, 14 per hour, Lewis Stables.
Dethvl Street Hack Stand I'lxme
Try a cas of l'lucctar It Is pure
It guot without saying that oery
thing Is Ilest at ?)& Knooro.
One thouwlin'd splendid hooks, (irk-.
Itrown aniri.jjbn Co, Until we move
Listen! I'(ir' a neat hark, ring up
Phone lulS nml ask for Frank llaker,
If you nant a good Job done on an
nuto or carriage tuku It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Ota-en St.
A. .1 (lonsalves, who was sliced
Ing on Wnlklkl road last night, wiw
gathered In by Motorcycle Officer
The cae ngnlnat V.. J. Lord, who
Is charged with speeding his auto
mobile, has been sent ocr till Sep
Jerry Itooney U now at the Auto
Livery Co. with his Packard car,
No, 270. Hotel pud Union streets:
Kor distilled water, Hire's Hoot
Fleer and all other popular drinks
n ng up Phone 2171. Consolidated
Thp. Kte unship Wllhelmlnn, leav
ing San Train Ittrit today, will bring
home Hit- Vueiulti California II u I
let n par)y. t
A dinner will follow the annual
meeting of the Commercial club this
welling. There Wl nlmi be mi elec
t i,n (,f unic4rs. t V
There were seventeen cases on
ilk police court valendar thls;morn.
! Iiik. Iut oiilj threJof them amount-
ed to an thing.
Commencinp1 Sundav. Ann-nst 2S.
the Bulletin's phone numbers
-will be: Bunlness office, 2250; edi-
hut two jears of age. Ills mother
derertcd him and his father some
I Lum Sing and Illrano, who are
cnargeil wiiu selling inueceui iic
I Hires, had their rases sent over till
September 2 this morning at the po
ne i inn iJiuirici, Tviexauuro Kuuinova, n Russian
a, ,a resident if.MHl tllo alleged partner of "Phone)''
resent, and wlieii (Uatyl.was up before U. S. Commls
igli( forward ibisfoliHr tludd jesterday In ronnec-
vlexaudro Kudlnova, n Russian
tlon with lolntlng the Kdmunds
JS' sales contest
A sides concst-nmong the 11 u 1 1 e
l ' " newsboys wns started jesterday
'"H" "le very ueginning prom-
men iu neup mu uiiio tureei uier
chutits more thun busy lor tho next
seven or eight weeks, If they seem
more Insistent than ever before, one
of them would explain It to you In
this manner: "We ruco for prltes."
Further questioning would inform
you that tho prizes are u Sterling bl
cycle, a suit of clothes, u pair of
shoes, boxing sloven and u football.
While the newsboys muy think that
luck will liavu something to do with
me securing oi one oi meso prizes,
they know thut their luck hat to be
hacked up with "hustle" of the pure
gold kind. The prizes are to be
awarded to the boys selling the' most
papors In a stuted period.
This morning at 8 o'clock Mrs. Ku
nealli Pllmanumunu, who Is reputed
to be elghty-tlvo years of nge, was
found dead in the yurd ut her resi
dence on Nuuanu uvenue, The old
muy uau gouu oui io pics some cars
und when she did not return within
nn hour or so, lur relatives went
out to look for her. She was found
dead on tho ground beneath the pear
tree and a small child that wus with
her when she left the house, was
playing arounil the body,
j Coroner IUmo wus uotllled of the
matter und he at once proceeded to
the houso of the deceused. As death
was from natural causes, no Inquest
will be held, und 11. ct funerul will tuku
Inter-Island and O It 4c I Shipping
books for sale at the II u 1 1 e 1 1 u
olllte, 50u each
' II ii I let I ii K'dlliirliil lloiiin I'luitic
2185. II ill let In lliiilneis Ofiltc
aw, miih'ihoii mh iiiiiimr lion,
Our New Phone Number Will Ue
City Transfer Co.
KtlllkS ADOVC I llC OlllCr
p- ,. ii
(Special Correspondence )
VAllivnTnv ii r Anv
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uuring mu ns.ni )e.(r which cuueir
on June ::u last, Hawaii contributed
In Internal revenue to the Treasury
of the Un.cd States the sum of
J209, 132.51,' aetordlng to the pre
1 1 nl I nil ry rert of Hie Commissioner
of Internal UeVeliue Just made pub-
It, c Hawaii contilbuted more than
each of the following States: Ala-
bama, Arkansas. New .Mexico and
South Carolina. Tim total coIIpv'
tlont were S28!i. 728. 014.72. ns fol
S 19 090.91
inoi ?i'r i
49,lti.i,272. . .1
28, S8S, 240.02
Alabama . .
Arkansas , ,
(leorgla , . .
Indiana . . .
l"wn 1 1,127,172.01
10, 864,911. 8C
' ,834,2 16.53
"0 982841 76
Massachusetts . . .
New Hampshire ,
New Mex ro
North Carolina . .
X. and S. Dakotn.
South Carolina , .
West Virginia ...
r. ir.i'i7o an
Comin csloner says:
"The ordinary collections exceed
ed the estimate ijf November, 1909,
by SI 5,768,230.98, and the collec
tions from the corporation tax ex.
ceeded tho estimate of same date by
"It Is Impossible io state the
exact amount expended In the collec
tion of Interna revenue until nil
the accounts of collectors for the
usca yfar have been-received nnd
ndjusted, but the expenses of collec
tion for the past f.seal year, exclud
ing $131,200 expended from the np
proprlatlon for 'Withdrawal of de-1
nuturlzed alcohol' for the sume pe
riod, will approximate u total of 1.',
041)800, making the cost of collect
ing the internal revenue for -
past llscal )eur SO. 0174. The tost
of .'ollectui the pietlous jear wus
"The fotul ril elpts from the spe
cial excise tax on corisiratlons for
business done during the caleudar
year 1909 aggregate to date S27,
088,602.92, of which $20,959,
783 74 was collected during the lls
cal car 1910, und $6,128,719,18
since that time. A comparatively
final I amount Is still In process of
collection. It should be noted that
the amount, $6,128,719.18, is not In
cluded In uny of the above grand
totuls and belongs to the receipts
for tho llscal jear 1911. being cor-
porntlon tux which n. i rued during'
the calendar ear 1909. The tolal
collections to date for the calendar
jear 1909 exceed the estimates for
thut period by $2,088,502.92. State
ments from collectors luno not yet
been audited as to details of this
tax unci consequently complete ag
gregutes of collections by districts
en ii not ut till time bu glton on."
CAPTAIN II, O. NH.I.SON of the
Matwm bark Annlo Johnson will soon
111. JM. ... III,. In. u. .I,l I.. 1 ,..-1. ..I ... I
'.' .fill. Ill mu ltllll III IIU(HUII').
heiu hu has licon loulllicil for liver
two moiilhs with u fim tilled leg.
Cuptulli MhIwiu wus HiJiiii'iI by full
ing iliiwn nun of (he hutches mi Ills
WiMiil During his Mil) hi thu hos
pital, Cipiuln Hull) or the Imik All
iliew Wwl' h Iiiis been Nli'lmn's hiii
lillil i'oiiiijiiiiii mul hus lieliml lo
mm Ilia dim liiini ,iww)
I) i' I'M; II ii 1 1 1' 1 1 ii tl icr inr,
(jns. 11. Love)
I waterfront notes Hi
, . iii in .
TUB KRK.NCII cruiser Montcalm,
which wits to have remained In Han
Francisco until August .11, whs ord
ered to leave for the south Saturday,
August 27 The change In plans has
cuuscd u congestion of t'i entertain
ment program arranged by the Frrnch
, friends of the udmlrnl ami his officers.
Among those disappointed Is James
Holph, Jr., who hud arranged to take
n party of the omcers on a big deer
,,unt nt t,,a eml of ln,t upek Holph's
disappointment v.as sliared by the
ship's officers, among whom are some
very enthusiastic sportsmen.
THl: FI.AOSIIIP Manna Kea of tho
inter-Island Heot sailed promptly at
in o'clock this morning for Lahalnn
nnd Hawaii ports. She carried n largo
minib'r of passengers and a full loail
of general cargo. Among the passrn.
gers who departed on her were the
polo pla)els of Maul team. They
ere given enthusiastic stud off by
their admiring friends.
"y courtesy of Mayor IVrn, tho Hn-
wallan band serenaded at the wluirf
I for tho benefit of the outgoing pas-
,,e"K.,'n, r'lc Manna Kea will return
nrly '"'xt ,s?,,,r,,a' morning. t
,: WELL-KNOWN barkentlno
Archer, which carries llmo from
n"cUo ,iarbor ,0 Sa" Francisco, had
,,1P hardfst exierIeiico of her career
" "l0 voyaKo w,llcl1 "I" has Just com-
,iee,, t),0 Archer occupied nearly
fnrty (j.,, , ,(,!, 10 (rj( from ,ie
Golden Rate Io Roche harbor, which
Bnr in, prnnsly accomplished in
six das. Very, strong head wnds and
tho fact that the windjammer hm high
nut of water nnd unable to steer pro-
pcrly accounted for the slow passage
ON FRIDAY, probably early In tho
morning, the PaclflcMall liner China,
IH arrhe from Yokohama iwlth pas.
kcngera and a small nmnunliiof freight
for this port. II is expected that the
Chlnero students, who aro procsed-
'"B '" H'0 United Slates to cuter the
colleses there, nt'the expense of the
'"iperlul Chinese Oovernnicnt, will ur.
rlvo aH Passengers on her. Should
,hey com', they IH be entertained
'lvr' u""la Chinese Consul,
""" w '""' ,our
y" fronl Val,aral8'. CUUc "le Jal-
AFTBR A VOYAGE of forty four
..".(. aneso ireignter liii)o storu. arrived
2, 342, 355.81 1 yesterday, bringing three thousand
1.202,760.82 0f ft.riICr, consigned to H.
e.OSS.no.lSrackfuld & Co. She will resume her
1,215,130.84 j trip for Japan, ns soon as the Mono-
1.593.868.92 lulu cargo has been discharged.
THK STEAM RR Mlkahala. which
B"ei to Molokal-Muul-Lauiii ports will
collections the'1""' "IH nflPrnooii nt 5 o'clock. Sho
will take among her passengers .1. Mc
Veigh, Superintendent of the I,eper
Settlement, it Is said that sho will
take palals for tho Inmates of Molokal,
SHORTLY AFTBR 5 o'clock yesler-
day afternoon the Pacific Mall liner
Korea, which arrived early In the
morning from San Francisco, sailed
for tho Oriental Krts. She carried a
few passengers fiom this sirt for
Yokohama and Hongkong.
J EARLY TOMORROW morning tho
Intcr-lsluud steamer Claiidlnu will ar
rive from Hlli) und Maul iorts. As
usual, she will bring a number of pas
he tigers and general cargo. She will
sail again for her destinations at
o'clock Friday afternoon.
THIS AFTERNOON at 5 o'clock the
8lw,"l'r Kllla" wl" ,ea for Kaual
ihjiip, nun iiunni-uKcrs uiiu Kenerni
cargo. Among those who ur booked
to leuvo on her will bo Mr, und Mrs,
John Uiisli, well known kumaaluas of
THE STEAMER W. (5. Hall will re
turn from Kupal tomorrow morning
Willi general inerchnudlso. It Is ex
pected that tho Kaual olo players
will bo among her passengers, when
she sails again On Thursday after
noon. THE SHIP DIRIQO and sloamer J.
I.uckeubach luno had libels enter
'l against them by W. P. Fuller and
the 1'nclfle iruulwure Company for
danugu to cargoes shipped by h ves
sels frctu New Yoik.
THE Amerlcuu-Hawallaii steamer
Falcon, on tho coast run between San
Francisco und Portland, hud u sever
trip up tho coust, bucking head winds
and htuvy sous for llio whole ills
THE LITTLE steamer Noeuit sailed
,lei, lay m 5 o'clock for Kooluu ports
. ... . ' ' '
on KiiiiiiI. Him will ii'iiirn us soon us
rtissbu, bringing u cargo nf sugar.
THE ENTIlii: OAIKKI of tin. Clly
of I'iiiuiiiiu, wlili b sailed hum Hull
I'liilicUi'ii Aug 20, wus i'iiiiiHHi'i in
Hud) of 1,'iiliriirnla piodiius
AT 6 D'UlAlUK TIIIH MfltiiiHMii
thu hIhimiui' KIimiu will sail for KhmiiI
lru ouirtliiK muiihii nnd hhii
ADDITIONAL 8JHIPPINCI ON PAGE EIGHT. ' u '
I 1, 1 1 '.
J ARRIVED . DEPARTED T
Monday, Aug. 29.
S. 8 iluvo Mnru. from Valparaiso,
I WATERFRONT NOTES
J ' ' i i. ..
THE SHIP Dlllino, Captain Chap
man, of the Hates &. Chesebrough
fleet, cleared for New York from San
rVanclsco. The Dlrlgo was lo square
away several some time ago, but was
dela)cd on account of a libel filed
against the x ousel for goods alleged to
have been damaged on the Inward
voyage. The Dlrlgo Is laden with a
full cargo of wine, canned goods, as-
phall, barley, scrap Iron and scrap tin.
THE FOLLOWING changes In ship
masters have been made on the coast;
M. A. Mnttson has been appointed
master of the steamer Katherlne, vice
I). Jnrgensen; J. A. Peterson of the
steamer Napa Clly, vice Charles Ous
lafson, and A, It. Ilrnwn of tho steam'
cr Fighting Hob, vlco C. F Phlpps,
Standard Oil Company's schooner
barge 93, master, Alexander Kirk wood.
THE OCEANIC liner Sierra, which
arrivon from Hon Francisco last lTl
day morning Is Inking on a cargo of
sugar at the railroad wharf. She .will
berth at the Oceanic wharf late this
afternoon, or early tomorrow morning,
preparatory to sailing for her destin
ation. It is expected that she will
take general merchandise. Including
pineapples, bananas and rice.
COAST PAPERS tell of n dense
fog that amounted lo almost a black
cloud In dens.vy, and Coast steamers
were considerably delayed In their
trips up nnd down the coast, having
to travel under half speed.
. THE UNITED STATES transport
which will arrive off ort early Friday
morning, will be dispatched In the af
ternoon, as soon as she has taken
enough supplies from the local quar
THE SCHOONER Annie M. Camp-
bell, which has been consigned lo
the boneyard for a number of years,
has been i bartered to load lumber
on the Northwest coast for San
THE A.H. steamship Nebraskan.
Captain Knight, Is' reported as ar
riving at"San Francisco' from 8allna
Cruz on August 21, Good wenther
characterized the voyage up the
ACCOnDINO TO a wireless receiv
ed jesterday the Matson liner Lur-
lino will urrlto off port early tomor
row morning with passengcis and
freight for this port,
THE OILER 8anta Rita, which bat.
been discharging her cargo at tho rail
road wharf, slnco her arrival a few
days ago. sailed jesterday for San
i.uis, tier home ki t.
A LARUE LOCI RAFT IS on its way
from the lumber port of Stella, on
cue uregou coast, to San Francisco Iu
tow of a rmall steamer.
THE American-Hawaiian freighter
Alatkun Is reported an leaving Sa
Una Cruz on August 19 for Ban
THE SCHOONER M. Turner Is on
her way to Pearl Harbor, having
lert Hadlock yesterdaj'.
(Continued from Pace 1)
The uleiiogrupher Immediately Iden
tified the hut as one of her own, and
the silk coat as one of her sister's,
both of which hud been given the girl.
With this revolution Breckons bad
nothing to say, but us the girl had
wulved examination und ulreudy been
committed to Jail to awult nctlon of
tho arand Jury she wus sent down to
uwult the action of thut body,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, August 29, 1910,
from 1040 a, m, to 4 p. m,
Earl II Williams to Wm II l!eeu,.PA
Trent Tiust Co Ltd to Anna I.
Jo'lin Wong Chan und wf lo William
O Smith m
Suiuh Whllo by Allk to Ouhu Sugar
Co Ltd i.
Entered for Record, August 30, 1910,
from g a. m. to 10130 i. m.
Goo CIioiik to Uu Choy 1IH
lllcliurd II Trent Tr lo Rosa Rodrl
uues iii at . ii
" "- " Ii
I.iiiiUii KihiIu und huh et ul In Junius
IIHIWI l' HI , II
J Alfred Muhooii by Ally in (Idu of
A .Milium ,. ,,. v
UlHri lillliirlill ruunu - 'Kil
Im.lni'.ii unit i', 'time are ir ,j,.,
Illume nuiiibrr- m llm lliirlu,
Tuesday, Aug. 30.
For Japan Korea, P. M, S, 8., 5
Hllo nnd way ports Manna Kea,
pttnr., 10 a. m.
8chr. Santa fUln, for Port San Luis.
Kaual ports Noeati, stmr., S p. m.
Per 8. 8. Korea, Sandberg, for Ja
pan, Aug. 29, G p. m. Mr. and Mrs.
8. M. Schultz, Lee Chu, Mrs. H. Ma
chaels, J. D. Ileal and wife, Misses
Deal, Miss L. A. Atkinson, Miss Ma
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman,
Aug. 30, for Maul and Hawaii ports,
10 a. m. It. J. riuchley, F. F. Baldwin,
and wife, H. A. Baldwin, wife and 2
children. Mrs. Hussey, Miss R, Him
sey, Mary Cabrlnha, Lucy Kopa, An
tone Frago, Paul K. Jarrett, Mrs. C.
A, McDonald, Miss Cameron, Mr. and
Mra. Flawnan, Mrs. Ilornard, Mrs. J.
D. Kokl, 8., K. Sydcp. E. V. Shutes.
Miss Wright, Lucy Wilcox, Mrs. Chas.
B. King, C. H. Hrown, II. It. Itenton.
8. nlchardson, C, Waldoyer, W. .1.
lwrey. It. K. Newton, V. A. RamRey,
John Hall, Jennlo Oaspar, N, Nich
olas, wife and child, Frank K. Hoopll.
Wm. K. Hoopll. Mrs. C. Jesus, Mrs.
Frledonborg and child), Mrs. McCor
rick, Miss Illckford, Miss Orase, Jack
Downer, Miss Louisa Hapal, Miss Ed
na McIIoner, Mrs. J. S. Low, 8am
Johnson, J. W. Hamilton, It. 8. Nor
rls, I). A. McOowan. Miss Benton, J,
Bright, wife nnd child, Mrs. It. V.
Warlinm. O. Hind, John Hind, F. J.
t.inderman, W. n. Farrlngton, J. Oar
cln, J, Ambrose, David Fleming. Miss
K. Osarlo. J. It. Davles and wife. Ruth
Kaonohl, E. Kckiiku, 8. Wong.
Per stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Knn
al, 5 p. m. H. Morgan. C. H. Jen
nings, Mrs, Hazclton, A. Hansberg.
John Bush and wife, If Schultz, Mrs.
J. W. Asch.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Plltz, for Mo
lokal, 6 p. m. Mrs. E. F. Brown, Mils
For 8ah Francisco, per D.' S. 3.
Sierra, Aug. 31. W. J. Lynch, Mr.
nnd Mrs. von Hr.mm, Mr. and Mrs.
J. McLatchle, Mr. aud Mrs. O. Chal
mers. Miss Ayers, Miss Kelllam, Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Hill, Miss N. 1). Win
ston, Mrs. W. P. Lucbb, Mra. P. N.
Ward, Miss B. Ward, Miss Bryan.
Miss M. F. Ellis, Miss O. Burr, L-. C.
Alteo. P. C. Jones, E. O. Falkner,
Capt. Marlx, Miss C. Schumger, Dr.
and Mrs. Ingalla, R. 8. Thruston, B.
It. Bond, O. W. Coleman, Dr.t and
Mrs. Whlto, Miss M, Shaw, Mrs. J.
S. Bishop, G. Kaawe, J, Kamakau,
A. J. Falrwcather, Mr, and Mn. L.
H. Cary, D. Makena, C. P. Kaleukoa,
E. Kaal, Miss N. Mutch, Mrs. C. A.
Bcllou, Mr, and Mrs. O. C. Scott,
Miss A. Newlngton, It. F. Hill, a- P.
Sackwltz, D. Yardbrough, C. It.
Per M. N. S. S. Lurllne, for San
Francisco, Sept. 6. A. J. Wurts, Mrs.
Wurts. Miss L. Wurts, Thos. Wurts.
John Fassoth, D. S. McAllister, 8. Bes-
ingor. II. II. Hitchcock, Jr.. It. P.
Thurkton, B. II. Bond. J. F. Dunn.
MIbs Edna Henry,
Dlx, Balled from Honolulu for Manila!
Aug. 12. '
Logan sailed from Honolulu for Ban,
franciBco, Aug. ,tn. ,, ,.
Sheridan, sailed from Honolulu, for
Manila, Aug. 14.
Sherman, sailed from Manila, 'Aug. 14.
Duo Honolulu, Sept, 3.
IN WORKING on the wreck of (he
steamer Ohio, which struck an un
charted reef In Helklsh narrows last
Auguct, a remarkable condition was
found Bays the 8. P. Call. Thd vessel
lies at the mouth of a small river,
the discharge being less than 500 feet
from the stranded vessel. At low
tide the water on the surface of the
bay alongside the wreck Is so fresh
It can he' used for raising steam. Not.
withstanding this, ten feel under wa
ter the teredoi are unusually active,
and experienced marine men say that
never before havo they seen such
destructive marine life as there In Ira
thut locality. Tho decks and every
thing not painted 'on tho wreck have
been attacked and practically eaten
up. Scows drawing but four or Ore
feet showed that even la brackish wa
tr they were not protected from the
worms In walking on the decks or
tho Ohio the weight of the dlvorB fcar
rieu iiieui through the wornveatcu
wood, On the after part of tho orlop
wej-o slowed ten tons of angle bars.
During tho abseuco of the diver for
lunch ut noon one day this deck col
lapsed, owing to the activity of the
wutcr Insects, Had the diver been at
work when this happened ho would
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timet i decuy
Till! TIIIM YAOIIT Hwnsihriiri,
UlUl ullguusil In lbs lac. from Hsu
I'mliii In Honolulu I hi yr, lit
arrived at br homs miit rmmrljuic
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