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T II. WEDNESDAY, AUG .11, 1910.
; WceKIy Calendar
Oceanic Slated nml Tlilnl
TUF-SOAYa t. , J
Jlnirallun Second Degree.
I.enhl Chapter No. 2 Spi cl.it.
Violin Temple Regular.
All vlMUnK members of ttie
Order are cordially Invited to f
uMend meeting of local IoUes
Meet on the,
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M
U1RINF FHfilUPttc.i Members of
MMEFICIAL ASSIATIOK. rinuonsor-'
HARMONY LODQE. No, 3, 1. 0. OF.
Meets every Monday oicning at
7:30 In I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
, , K. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
r II. E. McCOY, Nolilo Gmnd.
AH visiting brothers lory cordially
Invited. , ,
OAHU L0DQEt No. 1,- K. ofP.
Meets every first and third Frl
day-evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fo.-t and tlorelnnl.1. Visiting"
brothcra cordially Invited to attend
'L WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. S.
Hawaiian tribe, no. i, i. o. r. m.
Meets every first and third Thurs-
Vlays ot en-h month nUICnlhtp;-or
Tythlas Hall. Visiting brotfifcriHori
many invited to attend:?-. ':. -
., ., Ij. EAKIN,""Sachni.
E. V. TODD, G. ot It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E,
Meets on Iho 2nd nnd 4th WED
KE8DAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K, n( P. Hall, cornor
"Borctanla and Tort streets .
Vlsltlnc Eagles aro invited- to U
, , V. It. RILEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.,- -
HONOLULU LODGE, 010, B. T. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. GIG, n. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every FrMay clo
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
.IAS. D. DOUGHERTY.. BT UF
' GEO. T. KLUEGEL, Sec," -
JVM McKINLEY L0DQEv NO. 8,
MNt every 2nd and 4th Saturday
)T.muIiis! at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
.IIi.iLjr."Vort, and Herctnnlu.- Vliit-
IniHTirothers cordially Invited to at-
M A TAYLOR, c. c.
I. A. JACOUSON, K. n. s.
When letting their contracts
for paintinc. specify W. P.
Fuller & Co.'s
It last longer, has n more
beautiful finish and is more
economical than paint hand
mixed by local painters.
" ' Sold by
.Lowers & Coolce,
177 S. KINO STREET
M. E. Siva,
imDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
rhone 1170 Night Call 1011
'"" 'AkiSjESBMEHT'HO. t
Honolulu llranch of the Hcrriion
llm Mti ml I id dim! u lii'k! jhnr
If- i4 NWMWiJl'HKT hh JUUY (I.
AVer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic
nnd alterative, free from alcohol.
What Is a "tonic"? A medicine
that imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, fi!;,cS
vigor and power. W';.at Is an
"alterative"? A .ncdlclnc lint
alters or charges unhealthy ac
tion to Wealthy action. Aycr's
Sarapariila docs all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor if a family medicine, like
Aycr!s Sarsaparilla, is not vastly
better without alcohol than
numlliii' i i r-
II. (I. A,
'(Continued from Pace 1)
Iho foimer faction tlic "Insurgents,"
and ho claims that Ms p-iity, tho Itocn
one. won Iho flcht. On the ollu'r luild
It npprars that If (ho Irwin faelloti
rcgnidoil tho sltimllun In tho llsht of
a liattfc, they glo up Iho lclory ol
lintarlly when Miry h.nl II ilrtnl) In
Tlio ileli'Kilcs who were elected 10
rolled Iho following icilo:
v II. Jolmoon-. 2: Harry Irwin.
21; V H.Jlrunt23. .1. A. M. Osorlo
2.1, Jim Kopoa .at; Dai Id P.walikti
Si; Moa Kolllnui."48: Kahapi l'ooltoa.
llj Hookano Oilor 1G; .1. 11. Kama
hlal, 18; Nlcol.-i Slnieona. 17.
".Of theso llA-alllio classes Johnson.
Irwin, Osnrld, Kepoo nnd Kiinialiial
us "Insurgents," Iho lest being Iloon
men. Tho scrap started when, at the
end of tho count, It was round that
Mcligor, l.i'lllon.l and Hooliaun 0lo
had lied for tho lart placo with ilx
tocn lotos each. Ii ln HnuoHod thai
tho three mon draw for tho placo, tint
JB,m!Heliilmil that this coutd lint
ho dono under tho rules. Ho Indited
that ii now clcctlin una necessiry
unless tho threo candidates could
cnmcrtji all agreement between thorn
sclics. Law was quoted at length (m
both Bides, and lhori was great nrgti
tnent, ti'itll llnall both Mct7gcr mid
LcUlond iiltlu'iow voluntarily. It was
pointed out that only omV of them
had In withdraw, as thero wcro two
places to till, but they answered tint
thny wished to glio Iho HawallailK
Iho majority rn Iho precinct dolega
Hon. As a consequence Kahapa Peo
koa, who polled only fourteen votos,
secured a placo on the dflegitlon. It
will thus bo seen that If Ewallko's
"Insurgents" bail wantol n majority
they could bnio had It, as both l.e
llloud and Metzgcr are ratcil in that
Those who were defeated wcro:
Ioano Mohan, 12, Nachu Al.iri, 8;
I. Keko.i, G; Manuel Kurta'lo, ft.
Ill tho Walnkea precinct things ran
a bit moro smoothly, nit hough there
was some, discussion owing to the fact
that Henry West nnd C I.chmann
were candidates for both the Territo
rial and tho County cnmcntlous. It
was decided that they could not run
for both, and their names wore utrlck
en oft tbe list for County couioiillon
Tho following were elected dele
gates to tho Territorial eunientlon:
C Lehmann, 21; Henry West. 23;
D Napeahl. 23.
There was on opposition
The following were elected dele
gates to the County convention:
llculu Namahoe. 20, Kalclhn-a, IT.;
M Napeahl, 20, (', K. Malkal. 11;
Win K Ciuipbell. II, Nnllinu, in.
Iteprcseutatlvo K nlawaa, who in-
celved sixteen loles, wlthilien Those
who wero defeated were
ICiilapu, 10; Kauoha Plko. 3: Wm.
After tho election n coniinltleo was
tip filntcl to (iH-nrtain whelhi-r lleen
was (i in 11 lie d as a candidate for tho
ollleo of ('niuity Atlorne
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record Aucust 30th, 1910,
from 10:33 3. m. to 4 p. m.
J II Daggett lo .Limits B .McUaiid-
loss , I)
.1 U Daggcll 1 1 nl to James S Me-
Dnusetl Co lid ut nl In Y Alllll-.D
Br Shoo 10 Ynng Kong Ht'li ... . 1'A
Y Ahlu und wr lo William It Cntli
'1 1 M
r.r.'cicd lr llscsrU, Auyust 3IM, 1015,
frtni 0 s. in to lOlJO a m
luoiiyu Kuinajlro 1 1 Wm Klnnoy (!,M
U'uitnhu Hiikbi' Co in w I! tlalknl Hl
litlitt fHlMtid Blii! (I II JL I. Kliluiilliy
r i y'
j y r-j - i
hmU fur Miv m ill iulluiiiLiu, It 11 tlitmihi sppusi Mniiii ibwl
m, Vk iIj. iJuihjw's utw I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, tl per hour, Lewis Stables,
llelhel Street Hack Staiul Phono
1 152 .
Try if case of PJticctar. It Is piiro.
It koii without sajlng that every
thing Is Host at Tho r.ncore.
One thoiiKand tplcndld books, r,5c.
Ilrown nml I.jon Co. Until wo tuovo
I.lslen! ror n tion l hack, ring up
Phono ir.13 mid nsk for Frank llakcr,
Piilon street. .
If you want ix oa Job dono on an
auto or carrtgo Ul)(c u l0 nawaan
Lart"e Wfg. Co.. 427 Queon St.
The Pnllco Court room this mom
lug was crowded with pcoplo who
weio taking nil Intciest In tho differ
jui i itooncy Ik now at tho Auto
I.ticry Co. with hln Packard car,
No. 270. Hotel -lid Union itrcots;
For distilled water, lllic's Itoot
neer nnd all other popular drinks
ling up Phone i 1 7 1 . Consolidate 1
Soda Works. ,
CommenciMp Sunday, AuRTitt 28,
the Bill let in's phone numbors
will be; Bun ms dfilcC, 2350) edi
torial rootirt, 2183,
There weio lllteen cnss on tho Po
lice Court i.ilcnd.ir this morning, but
only Hie Cannon mid Marino onoa
were of nn lnli'rt"st.
l.leuloimlil II. II. ItolliiiMlti (If the
rovontle CUltL'r Tllells relllrtied lot
llf.nnli.l.i I... tl,n I ...ll..A tl.l ......'
..w.x.ii.t, 1, j 1111T i.iiimiit; turn ini'lii
lng fiotu a va at Ion on tho Coast.
A youth named ftuizn was n wltnosu
In the Cnnnilll ensn Ihl.i mbrhltig und
Id IntUitier of answering iiicstlons
remltcd In his being culled down by
Olive llranch llolifkah Lodge, No
2, I. O O. F, will Imio 11 Ciird party
toliimniw oionlng. tu which all
friends arc Itulted Refreshments
will bo sen ed
Y Stokes, 11 Spaniard, who was
charged ttllh assault nnd battery, bad
his iMsn sent over till toinorrotr morn
ing at the request or his attorney, C.
Onlj tld best material Is Used 1
John N'ott, Tim Pioneer Plumber nnd
only the most skilled 'labor employed.
If you need (my rduniblng sec Notl at
183 Merchant street.
Nnkamiirn c.iso taken to supremo
Couit oil exceptions was up for fur
ther argument lodny, I.lghtfoot repre
senting tho JnpanoH) us In the lower
court, on the gambling ebarge
Tho HcrgFtroni Music Co., Odd Fel
lows Illnck, have for rent' pianos of
exceptional lonotand nrll'iiV. Seo (hem
about rates for lite renting or these
plalios for short or long periods.
If you nro considering Accident In
siirniico, ou should examine tho pall
eles Isrucd by Iho Insuranco Depart
ment of Ibe Hawaiian TruM Company,
I Iniited. Tiny nio Iho "last word" In
this- clurs of Insurance.
TJie l.L'Innil, under tho management
of Mrs. Dlnklago, has Opened at G27
.ncretunla street. This Is very con-
icnlcnt lo tho business district mid
tho rooms nro cool nml mosqulto
proof. Hoard nnd room can bo se
cured nt mndemto iirlceA
The Inmates of Oahu Prison de
Birc, through John Martin, to ex
press their thanks to Dr. N. Whlto,
who spoko to them last Sunday nft
ormon under tho knnianl tree. I)r.
White left this morning Mr tho
mainland on tho Oceanic liner Sierra.
One witness this morning at tho Po
lice Court, who was testifying In tho
Cannon ease, was so cncrrietlc In
demonstrating how;ii man was sup
posed i Halo klckeil another, that In
throwing out bis foot, bo (lung bin
shoe right over tho lawyers' tablo nnd
out Into l!ln(mlildlq of, tho court room.
Of tho four marines who wcro
charged with assault nnd battery on
two Hnwallun girls at Punchbowl last
Saturday afternoon, two 010 found
guilty nnd two wero discharged
Tho two who wero conilcled by
Judge Anduide were Olaf P. Pohlson
and Arthur Docker nnd tho sentence.!
handed out wero thirty das and six
months respcctliely Tho result of
tho trial eaiue as rather a surprise ti
most of tho peujilo w(io halo been
following tho case, and when Docker
got six months theio Was a g.isv of
nstntilthmciit from tho cionded court
Oeorgo Ken lent, a Portuguese youth
with a hail k1Icu iccord. rooms to
liavo ruined all Iho troub'o on Hatiu
dny and bo Mils morning was found
guilty of a far moro serious offense
than Disknr. Even prosecutor Iliown
rcmmkcil In upon court that hu did
not consider tho soldlots, who nil have
oxcollciit army iccords, wore in Iho
vaino class us I'crrlcra. .ludgn An-
ilrndo gave Feirlern a stiff ledum und
thou reiiloiicoii blm 1 1 six months'
Tho onsn iaiuoi iiiurli lnlmo.it nnd,
as I lie million hud 110 legal udvUor
nml iho wholn n trnlr whs imly an or
dinary ky larking bit n' fun, ihu sen
Ifiirn nf U iiHWiilis lnllli'ii 011 Duck
er surprifMI poopm PnplHlil Itmnx-'i
U? itiM Iqd1uh b. m.i lit niitirl 1111.1 t.it
Our Now Phono
City Transfer Co.
In the shooting match nt Cnmp
Perry of National Itlflo Association
llilwnllV first team stool sixth 011 the
list wllh a score of sol nut of n p-issl-
li'o 900 points, nml (be iccoiid Icnnl
stood at twenty s-cond place with 753
points lo Its credit
The Hawaii men certainly "sung
tliclr way Into Iho hearts of the Amo
rlcail 1 co lo" by tin' shooting they
did In this preliminary work, tho first
(rum winning 11 cash prize of $21, nml
Major Itoso Of Iho flist team making
n tolill score of tft out f 11 isisslhte
tO points on the 1 "00 ard range.
Major Rose. Captains Coster and
Hopkins, Lieutenant Evans nnd Ser
geant Lemon ami Evans composed the
(list (mini and their work may bo sized
up better In making sixth placo with
n total of 801 points when It Is known
that Iho winning toun. tho sixth
Massachusetts, made n total' ef but
$31. (ply 27 prints ahead of Ihu Ha
The scores of the winners nnd lln
wailans representatlios as compafed
on Iho three tangos was:
200 yards 272 2CS
G00 'yards 281) 272
1000 yards 270 277
This table f.hows II1.1t Hawaii was
stronger nt long dlslanco than at Iho
nearer targets during Iho shooting.
Thcio wcro 32 entries In nil nt the
shoot and the serond team eomnnscil
ef Captain Johnson. Sergeants Stone.
Plnao, Longley, Sllva nnd Private
Eians inado n good mark In getting
lweiity-sec.ond place with a scoro of
Tho shooting on the regular nnleh
un-'cr tho nusplres of Iho War Do
pattment began on August 22 nnd de
tailed news from that oiont should
reach Honolulu op the next mall.
SAN FILiNCISCO. Aug. 23. Abra
ham llucf appeared beforn Judge Law
lor yiclcid.iy In responso to an oft
continued order to fliow cause why
ho should not bo recommitted to the
County Jill pending bis appeal to the
Supreme Court from his fourteen-year
sentence for bribery. With him wore
his nttoriics, C.eoige Koane and Tho
mas II. Dozlcr. Assistant District At
tome Horry was also present.
After an extended argument, how
ovtr, tho case was lott In Jntt tho
condition It wns before court conven
ed, and an adjoin nmciit was taken
until August 30lh.
Konno renewed his legal objections
tu the consideration ot tho subject,
salng that lb? Court having by an
order Issued by Judgo Culuiitss, ad
mitted the defendant to ball, It had
lost Jurisdiction In tho matter. The
Court failed to rulo on tho point or to
determine whether Ktuno wns right.
"I think Iho Court should heir some
testimony In regard to tho physical
condition of the defendant l(efore mak
ing any ruling," said Judge I.uwlnr.
Iluefs nl torn js could nit seo what
difference Kind's physical condition
Jiad on tho legal aspect of Iho mutter,
but were compelled to bow lo tho op
I11I011 of the Court. An array of ex
perts will th-refore bo 011 hand when
the case Is again called.
The present proceedings are being
had under an order to show cuusb
Issued 011 complaint of the District
Atloinej, a similar order previously
Ibsued by Judge Lawlnr of Ida own
motion haling boon superseded. It Is
Ibe coutuntluu of tho I'losceutlon that
the original order admitting Ruef to
ball haling been based upon his phy
sical Inability to omiuro confinement
in the Jail, an order for recommitment
would hu In order if It eo'ibl bo shown
that tho physical disability 110 longer
Dozler and Keaut contend that tho
only authority the Superior Court now
lias over tho person of Ruef Is do
rlvablo liom section 1310 of tho Puual
Code, ami that 110110 ot the proilHlnus
of that section apply to existing clr
eiiinslames, IN FOrtEIQrj PORT
Wedp-idy, Aug, 31.
HKATTI.i; Hulled Aug. 30 H. II Pol-
iimlilau, for Honolulu
IIII.O- Hulled Aug. 30. H. H. Killer-
pilsn. for Hun Fiiiiirlicn.
HAN I'ltANCIHCO Aug. 31, I p m :
H h Wllheimiiiii, roe Honolulu ,
HYDNKY-Hallwl Aug. !I0: H, H. Mil.
ruiiia fur lluimlulii
lllnl, lslui id all Mill". ImIwi,
t'lr, mmUm4 Uy lh ihiIIhIii
Number Will Do
(Jas. II. Love)
(Continued from T&zz 1)
ro.e, United Stales and luck ngaln
lei Hawaii ncl He si'd that be en
Jojed his trlp'lmmrticl) and Is glad
to gel hick to bis native place. Ho
will leaie for Maul on tho Claudlne,
sailing at S o'clock Filday afternoon.
'Miss Kniin.i Sasaki, ono of the II 11 1
lotln contest winners, icturned this
morning, after enjoying a pleasant
vacation. Stic said that the girls are
hiving tho time of their lives. She
had nothing but woids of pralso for
iho 11 11 1 lot 1 11.
Motes I.. Iloon son of II. A. Hccn.
a well known Chinese merchant of
Honolulu, returned from tho States,
where ho has been Btudylng law. Hk
will, It Is said, be appointed an offlco
nsFlstant of Attorney Lorrln Andrews.
Dr Victor Clark, who was recently
nppolntcd superintendent of tho local
Immigration buicnii, arrived to take
charge of tho office. Ho will consult
with the (lOieninr and the officials
of tho local Immlgr-itlon bureau, be
fore Inking up tho duties of tho ofllcc.
Dr. Claik, In response, state 1 this
morning that tho census report of
the Tcriltory, of which ho wns the
director, had not yet been completed
when he lsft Washington.
I. II. Hcadle, serretary of Trent
Trust Co., who has '.icon enJolng 11
well earned inritlon In the States,
Mis. A. II. Currey and daughter are
agiln In Honolulu, haling returned
this morning from the Slates on the
Tho Lurllno brought 3000 tons of
general cargo for Honolulu, 900 Ions
fop Kahiilul, Included In tho Honolulu
list, wero 4 bell bimys, consigned to
tho llRhlhoupo Bcrilcos, 3 cowg for
Pr. W. i;. Wall, 8 innnkoja Tor Dr
V. Cuirj uiid other lliestock, consign
ed to I, O. A'lcs and Sdiunnn.
Tho Matson liner will leave for Kb
I111I11I. as soon as l.er Honolulu cargo
has been discharged,
(Continued from Pane 1)
refcreo, has gone for 11 low months
mention In llrooklyn. Ilo was gll'pii
11 good send-off by his numerous
friends at tho wharf.
O. C. Scott, clerk of tho Inter-Island
wharf, accompanied by his wife, sailed
on the Sierra, lo spend a few weeks'
vacation In California
Mlllo Dreyfus, who lias been stay
ing with Captain and Mrs. Marlx, ro
turned to tho mainland after enjoying
a pleasant time here.
K. O. Faulkner, n prominent oulclat
of tho Santa Fo railroad, returned lo
tho mainland after making an Inspec
tion of I la wall's railway systems.
A number of tho members of Iho
Casino Musical Company, who have
been plalng hero for some time, re
turned to their scleral homes on tho
Tho Sierra's cargo consisted of 13,
881 cases canned pines, 412. crates
fresh pines, 9018 bugs sugar, 459 cases
honey, 90 barrels honey, 1513 bags
rice, 121)0 bunches bananas, 49 bales
sisal, 118t bundles hides, 37 bundles
una root, 3." cases crackers, 429
empty drums and barrels.
I WATERFRONT NOTEB I
CUSTOMS Admensurers of Vessels
Kagnr and Artlgucs have reported to
Colle-.'tor titration of Sun Francls:o
that tho net tonnage of the llrltlsli
sioumor .Needles of 29ar tons, uii
ttatod hi her icglstor, Is Incorrcrt
under the iiiliupasiiicmcnt rules of
the United States, and that tho not
toiilingo should bo 3715 tuns.
UN1TUD STATUS Steamboat In
fpeclorB Bolles and llulger at San
Fnwclrcn on August 12 exonerated
from blanio Fred MntthUon, pilot,
ami Huglneer Marshall of tho gaso
lino vesbol San Itafuol City for tho
II ro that tiok placo on that craft
on tho way fiom San Itafuol to San
FiHiielsco bonio mouths ago.
Till: ST1:A.MI:R Georgia arrived
at Jiiiieuu, Alaska, on August G,
bringing tho passengers of tho
wrecked ideumshlp Princess May,
and also como of the members of
tho crew. Cupta ti Mi Lend and a
number of tho ollliers mid now nro
011 Snullmd Island uniting until tho
uiili'iigo operations begin.
An) (mo Unit wiiiits 11 imrkiigu, 11
mini, or anything else ievciil tu any
purl ur ihu rlly nui b iiMInd ut
IVlur'a MfMKiiKor Honlpo. All jiiii
IMIW In ibt la In mil plumes Hull nr
IW1 Olid )OIII K tMU Villi III! lUHHD
dBlul KUfHrtwl l, UniiKt) BHli lln
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIC.VJ.
1 1 ----- -
( 14 - :
ARRIVED ' , DEPARTED 1
Wednesday, Aun. 31.
S. S. Claudlne, Nelson, from H1I6
and Maul ports, Aug. 31, 5:11 a. in.
8. S. Lurllno, rrom San Francisco, 8
S. 8, W. O. Hall, from Kauai, n. m.
A RA1SK In tho passenger rates
between this city and Vancouver hns
been' made, and tho locnl agents,
ilavics k Co., have been notified to
Hint effect. Tho now schedule will
apply to passengers who arc booked
for the steamship Marnmn, which
leaves Ilrlsbano today. 1
Tho (lrst-claBs rato from Honolulu
to Vnncouvcr, up to tho present, was
$G3. The new rates to Victoria and
Vnncouvcr are: First class, ono way
(75, round trip 1.1G; second clnss,
ono wny $50, round trip $100; third
clars, one wny $30, round trip $G0.
Scuttle, via Vancouver First
clnss, 0110 wny $79.50, round trip
$141; second class, ono way. $54.50,
round trip $109; third class, ono way
$34.50, round trip $G9.
San Franc l,co, via Vnncouvcr and
railroad, limited tlmo First claB.),
one way $105.10, round trip $195.20;
unlimited lime, first class, 011c way
$110.10. round trip $205.20. , 'I
San Francisco, via V!):torla, by"
steamer First class,, ono wny $93,
round trip $171 : second class, ono
wny $G8, round trip $13G. I
Tho local agents have not been
Informed as to tho reason for tho In
crease ot ticket rates. I
Will tho present gcncraltlon sen ,
tho 1000-foot steamship?
Following nro tho dimensions of tho
Maurctiinlii, now crossing tho At
lantic, and of somo that are to bo
built shortly I
Tho Maurctnnln is 790 feet long
and her gross tonnngo Is 32,500. Her,
uiHiuiivviuuui ur wcigm wiicn loaucu
the truo comparative mensuro of a
ship, and tho standard used In nil na
vies Is nbout 45,000 tons. Tho Whlto
Star line Is building two boats 850
feet long, of 45,000 tons gross nnd
about G5.000 tons displacement. Now
tho Cundard Company In (urn an
nounces two 90.000-ton ships. Tholr
displacement will bo over 90,000 tons;
they will weigh nearly three times
us much us the great 32.000-ton bat
tleships which naval men aro Just be
ginning to plnn. or flvo times ns much
as tho original Drcadnaught.
AUGUST FOURTH marked the one
hundred and twentieth anniversary of
tho establishment of tho United Scales
rcienuo cutter sendee. The event
wns observed In nn Informal way by
all vessels of the servlco, mi matter
where they wcro stationed. 8hlps
wcro In "full dress," resplendent with
flags and bunting, nnd while tho crews
wore mustered on deck a brief history
of tho rovenuo cutter son lea wns
read by tho officers.
THE STEAMKR W. O. Hall which
returned from Kauai ports this ntom-
lng, brought 6500 bags of sugar, 20
empty gas drum, 20 Bks. cocoanuts,
11 emptj oil barrels, 135 empty lime
barrels, 59 packages sundries, Sho
will sail ngaln tomorrow afternoon at
5 o'clock for her usual ports of call
Tlin MATSON liner Lurllno, Cap
tain i ceden, bringing passengers and
general cargo for Honolulu arrived
this morning and docked nt the Ilack
fcld whurf. Sho also brought live
stock, Including 8 nlco looking mon
keys consigned to Dr. V. Curry of
tho Federal Experiment Station.
PUR8F.H KIBLINO of tho tutor-
Island steamer Claudlno which arrlv
ed this morning from Hllo reports the
following ships at' Hllo on Monday
Aug. 29, barkcntlncs Irmgard. Deno
ela; schooners J, M. Wcatherwnx,
Qnmble, Transit, Camano mid steam
FOR HEROISM that Baled threo
lives, Earl L. Stout, ordinary seaman
In tho Navy, has been commended by
Reiir-Admlral Mason, acting Secre
tary of tho Navy. 8'0'it saved a wom
an and two children from drowning
while Mittachcd to 11 training ship nt
THE IIAMIIURO-AMDRICAN line
has made formal announcement ot Its
entry Into tho trndo between tho Unl
tod Suites, Cuba und Jamaica, Tlio
two 6000-ton Bteamslilps, Prlnz Kltol
Frodrlcb mid Prlnz Slglsmiind, will
THE IlitlTIBlt Btoamshlp Hollund,
which urrlied at Philadelphia rocont
ly from Luluu, reports having passed
two Icebergs on July 16 In Intltudo
48.40 north, longitude. 18.10 west. The
largest was f,ft feet above water.
Till: HCIIOONIIll H11111111I11. which
Iiiin been loniling Bi'ii'rul cargo nil
llllu left Hint .ir, Miuidiiy. Aug. 29,
fur lluiiolpu Klio will luko on bimiii',
III Hint Hil, befuro iuiIIIiik fr u
"11 1 IC I, ITTMt hi..jiui'' Niiujiii of dull
I ii I or I sin ml m KJIiinaa. 1;.,,,
Ill, h ihu Hill lufi ilyij imn )t,
u HMHWHintj iur mri.
Tuesday. Aug. 3U
Maul, Molokal nnd Lanal iK'rts Ml
kahala, 5 p, m.
Kauai ports Klnnu, slmr., C ;' m.
Wednesday, Aug. 31,
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. S., JO
Per stmr, Claudlne, from Hllo and
Maul orts, Aug. 31. A. E. Murphy,
L. M. Sedgwick, Miss May, R, Stress,
Dr. S. U Stow, A. Thome,' Mrs. Clias.
Akau, Gilbert Drown, U Joseph, K.
Alkali, K. Roendahl and wife, Mr.
Sherwood, Miss A. Hopanl, Miss M.
Plnehnkn, Mrs. W. P. Hnln, F. For
iclrn. Mr. Kagawa, IL lloscgawa, Tarn
Long, Ho Fook, Mr. Murakami, Miss
I. Kcnucston, Miss Jones, Ernest Par
ker, Geo. Kinney, Mrs. Alohlkoa, Mlssi
L. Kala, L. M. Judd and wife. Miss
Eva Kinney, Miss II. O. Forbes, F.
Mulr. 11. 11 Savago and wife. W. C.
Cuminlngs nnd wlfo, W,, ion' Scggern
Jr., Chns. Johnson. Miss II. Fung, Mas;
tor Fung. Chu Moy, Mrs. Knhokuo-
lUna, Miss M. Moldcnhnucr, Miss .Mi
randa, Mrs.-.D. DcckrJr llss Law
rence, M. Hnyasllllla, Haj'B Chack.
Mrs. Richard, Mr. A. N. Ilaysclden.
II. S. Hosmer, Capt. Soule, Mrs. tin
chnntin and 2 children, Win. Green,
C. Hi Drown, W; Tylor, J. Wilson,
Prof. 'Antonio. Miss Prestige and G2
Per M1. N. 8. S. Lnrllfi", Wooden,
from San Frnnclsco. Aug. 31. Mrs. A
R. Gurrcy. Miss Florenco Gurrc',
Mlrs K. Zimmerman, Urn. Joseph.
Mlrs E. Sasaki, Miss 8. Crockett, C.
A. Simpson, Lieut. IL R. Robinson,
Mrs. J. II. Moragnc. Miss Morngno,
M. O. West, 1. If. ReadlP, F. A. Tom
p'eton. Mrs. Tciupleton and child, F.
II. Acklcy, IL D. Porter. Mrs. lorter,
M. W. Alull, V. 8. Clark, C. C. Jojh
Jr., Dro. Eugene, T. J. King, If. 8.
Kmu'son, T. K. Heard, Mrs. Heard.
Mrs. A. U. Heard, F. A. Cunning. Hro.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, Sachs, from
Knunl, Aug 31. Ah Sing, Miss Ah
Kim, Rev, Y, C. Kim, Rov. J. A.
Aklm. Aholo Kauai. M. Klin, Amano,
Sono-.nurn, C, K. Kublman, A. Kuhl
man. Miss S. Kulilman, A. Schlcber,
J. II. Moragno and 33 deck'.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Plltz, for Mo
lokal. B p. m-Jlrs. E. F. Urown, Mlra
Per stmr, Klnau, Gregory, for Kau
ai, 5 p. m. H. Morgan. C. II. Jen
nings, Mrs. Hazelton, A. Hansberg,
John Ilush and wlfo, II Scbultz. Mrs.
J. W. Asch.
For San Francliico, per O. 8. S.
Sierra, Aug. 31. W. J. Lynch, Mr.
and Mrs. von llr.mm, Mr and Mrs.
J. McLatchle, Mr. and Mrs. O. Chal
mers, Miss Aycrs, Miss Kelllam, Mr.
and Mrs. F. U Hill, Miss N. U. Win
ston, Mrs. W. F. Lucas, Mrs. P. N.
Ward. Miss H. Ward, Miss Ilryan,
Miss M. F. Ellis, Miss O. Durr, L. C.
Attco, P. C. Jones, E. O. Falkncr,
Capt. Marlx, Miss C. Schumger, Dr.
und Mrs. Ingalls, R. 8. Thruston, H.
II. Hond, O. W. Coleman, Dr. and
Mrs. Whlto, Miss M. Shaw, Mrs. J.
3. Illshop, G. Kaawe, J. Kamakau,
A. J:' Fnlrweathcr, Mr, and Mrs. L.
IL Cary, D. Makcna, C. P. Kalcukoa,
E. Kaal.Mlss N. MuUh.Mrs. C. A.
Hoi;ou, Ii and iMrs., O.iC. Scott,'
Miss AjkTiowlngton, H, F. Hill, C. F.
Sackwltz, D. Yardbrough, C. II.
Llepperb. j J
Per M. N. 8. S. Lurllne, for San
Francisco, Sept G. A. J. Wurts, Mrs.
Wurts, Miss L. Wurts, Thos. Wurts,
John Fassoth, D. 8. McAlllstor, 8. Bos
Ingcr, II. It, Hitchcock, Jr., ,H. F.
Thurston. B. II. Bond, J. F Dunn,
Mlbs Edna Henry.
THE AMERICAN sMp Alexander
Gibson, Captain F. E. Southard,
which has carried the American flag
for moro than thirty years, sailed
from Port Townsend on August 11
for New York on her last voyage.
Sho has been sold to bo dismantled
for a bargo on. the Atlantic, Tho
(Il)ison was built nt Thoniaston. Me.,
, THE STEAMEIl'cinudluo, urrlvlng
tills morning from Hllo; Launahochoo
and Maul ports, brought tho follow
ing cngo: 3G cordsn-ood. 20 eases
M. T. bottles, 45 bugs potatoes, 15
ungs corn, bii.cs uonoy, 1 horse, G8
hugs ami 238 pkgs bundrles.
THE STEAMER Ukollke. tnklnic
general curgo for Hawaii imrts, will
Hull this afternoon at 5. o'clock. On
her return trip. IL Is expected (hat sho
in iiring ciiiiiq anu Hneop from Ka.
THE FRKIOIITICH ZlllllbllHl. neeni.l.
lug tu puiser I.okiiii nl iho w. ci. iiuti
which ruiiiu In this morning irom Kuu
ut, was inning 1111 sygsr at Kloula
Hho will bdiu luturii to her iIoIIiik
Hun UN MKIIIHT , ihu .ni.idiiim M11
laiwidl khIIisI frmii AliiiMul, Ifmril
for Aiuflii inrrtliiK 11 full Imd nr