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EVENING lYvlLLETIN, HONOLULU, T H, TUESDAY, SEPT 13. 1910.
Monday! , ""
Jloiinluliltiitrd., i ,
Oceanic Third llrgrce.
JIoti61u1u Clinptt r Regular
4,n. 'hi. -. ,
fridaV: '' '
l'rrfcrlluii llli Degree mill
All visiting members of tn
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at X. F. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' Xr Asso.
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION. cbtiwi cor.
HARMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening; at
7:30 In I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
R. It. HENDRY, Secretary,
s 11. B. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
'All visiting brothers very conllnlly
OAHU 10D0, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third- Vrl
Uay evening at 7:30 In K. of !'. Hall,
corner Kurt and Iieretanla.f'YIsltliis
brothers cordially Invited to attend
WM. JONES, C. C.
"' O. F. HEINE, K. It. 8.""
HAWAnAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
1'ythlas Hall. Vteltlns brothors cor
dially Invited to attend.
, A. L. KAKIN, Sachem.
"' E. V. TODD, C. of It.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, FePaX,
Meets on the 2nd' and 4tliTw5b
NESDAY evenings of each month n.t
,7:30 o'clock In K.-ot-PrHall.amer
J3eretanla nnd ForTslreets. " "
Visiting- Eagles ore Invited to at-
--.- .i Wr n. niLCY,. Vlr-Vr
L' ' wm. o, Mccor. soc
HONOLULU LODGE, 61G, B. P. 0. E.
' Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, II. P. O.
nika meets In their hall, on King
Otreet, near Fort, every Friday etet
ulng. Visiting Drothcrs are cordially.
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY,' E. It.
OEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec.
' WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
U X. of P.
' Meets overy 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening ot 7.30 o'clock in k. or. .
Hall, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend, ' H. A. TAYLOR, C. 0.
""' K. A. JACOUSON. K. R. 3.
the water supply
won't help any, but a
attached to the city main
twill give you a constant sup
ply of clear water. We will
he pleased to furnish details.
Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
ML E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
' Prompt and Polite Attention
I CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1170,. Night Call 1014
m J '
flf rtfcbmpartments 1 the
For J'aitlculuu inUie of
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f flwtiW 1 POWDER 1 IHtf
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I IlttlXTW-Ca lOTkiq.iffU'yl ViniiH J I
& sis iaiwtiiiW
will coma to
tho child who hcs
been taught tho
virtuo in clean
ROYAL SALUTE TO
(Continued from Pace 1)
Am Hit lit i-i innrlilii, hc.irlng the
Prince utnl Comic llln Chow Tszehl
emerged fnun (In whnif Under the
Slurs ami Mrlpes nml lh II.nwall.it!
line Hit- Kmal Hawaiian Hun nt I lie
tool of Al.ikei street struck up lllO
At the- conclusion ir llm -air tlio
mounted escort wheeled Intn line,
then the band, the marine, innd Infuii
try esrnrt und j)n ilelarhnieiit of. the
riflh Cavaln .r ceded lhoMniitom
1,1 1 on wheeling up Richards .street off
tho wny to Hie palace.
All the Chinese members of the
crew of 'ho Manchuria. Hi? stewards
mid others of tho Mongolian race on
.tio blK liner made a rush for tho bow
of the? "vessel ns Ihe pnily rleppeil on
tho wharf anil from ibis wiping point
watcjml- tint .pnwrix Inn Mart mi Ha
In tho first machine "was Prince
Snun nml Councillor TrzcIiI of tho
foreign ofllco nccompanled by Chief
of Detectives McHulIlo.
Admiral Snh wns Ihe only Chinese
occupant of Urf&'X'md ihaclilno ac
companicd iiy&sos'tg'i' Mutt smith
Admltil Roes, ColontTiScliiiylcr'aild
Socrcr'Agenb Connell qUtho Treasury
i Fo'llowine lhcxo, two, lii other nil)
Ahlnl.'o pnme.'tlio'hVeiilbe'i'iluf tbo iar;
ty hnd the consular riireJentalvoj it
chinnu iiouoiuric.. -;'- -1-
As soon ns the. paUeo Krounils wero
reached tho leaders irf Ihn escort halt
eil a 'tho, right of tho jnlaen stc)M
I ho band nt I ho bfl anil the leiu.iln
dor of tho escort (ii open order the
niuoniolfltn :5art -psfml Ihioiwh.
.trnw III? St IBft (tlOllS'fflin'WCIO CSCOl t
ed Into tlfq ii!i&i i"i 5t fiOtornor Wal
ter I' l'rear in the throne inom wncre
ili JJl-itoBlcSaJIg iT)(t.med to Amo
Jlopfaeniri. f.?V J , , a
::WlS.'h'-flK)'crar:iiMnilK Prince Sunn
entered tho grounds tho national sa
Into was fired, nnd n llko honor wah
ghen him. hon ho entered tho car
to defiilft aftei the audience was over.
JMYlnK the alace grouniN aRcr
posing for lho moving picture) mini at
tbo lop ot the steps tho rnuto was
taken out Into King stied, Ihenco to
Richards, Hotel and Plshop In front
of tho Young Hotel wlilcli mo pari)
entered nnd there the formal call of
Governor Frear was made
From lho Hotel after tbo audience
with lho Prince lho whole paity pro
ceeded to the Naval Station nml there
were nccoided a salute.
After making tho call at the naval
station, all the party, with ine ex
ceptlon of Prince Sunn, went on
board the Kukul for the trip to Pearl
As tho nrlnco wnB not feeling well,
he preferred motoring nround the
city und environs until the hour for
the lunch ghen by tho Chinese Con
sul ami other members of the Clilneso
The party was met nt Pearl Harbor
by automobiles In charge of Sei ro
tary Molt-Smlth and was taken back
to Honolulu overland.
After the luncheon this afternoon
the paity was again taken in charge
by the Territorial committee nnd, In
machines, stinted olf lo Inspect tho
fortK und fortifications,
At the conclusion of thU trip the
inrinliris of 'the party will bo takon
back to tlio Alakea wharr, nrrlvuiK
ihero a few minutes before the Man
rliurla rails for Hull Fr.uilscn nt fi
RFRRITT wilder writes
OF HIS .WORLD TOUR
rrt intHl iltfVa
limit Wilder tends the editor ''VTsi.ys
...,uinn.,i imni1 i oiion says
inn ii ii i i oi i n '""""" "
Paris, miner dam oi .vuk .. - "' 'ton Is now In such shapo Hint ho cull
Wilder, commenting on the bu ' (lltl( ,, ,, ,,, , r,,r,
tho lomh of Nnpolcon. says: I Ills hul )n llt,.lls, tl, w,hdruw lonlnht
Is a most Impressive place, and hav- )f11 )1lrlll,R ,10 roiienlloii wHi
liigsein thu Held of W'ut'irloo liudhls m.t,MK iImihiiiiIiiIIihi of I lie liniiil
limb. I buvn senn Ihn two plnim tsmtloii Hand or Ihn piuly
whli li Nnpoleoii i mild mil coiHUr, Mr. Collin also suld lluil hu I'amn
Am IiuUiik such a llim trip, and KU n (lie llullulln In r,i u kiuiiiii
b wa iif AiMiiiMi nml ihiliailuf iiiiiiimii,
IIiuhiii hi Mitsl o llieii iiimm in
Hjiii J'Miii'lmui mid IIuimmiiIii
nl'i'Hj llHlhllnfl ,,,niM
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tablet sold by the Bullc
1 1 1 ii iuf u iiiukci is kwitu hs large
las the tablet usually sold for this
, Autos, Sl Jicr hour, Lewis Stables.
I Uethel Stieet Hack Stand Phone
It goe? without saying that every
thing is Dent at The Encore.
The Anchor Saloon Is now n curio
mu4elim worth rcelmj? Don'i forget.
If )Oi) want u goua. job done on nil
auto or earrlago take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 tjueen St.'
For, tllstllled water, lilies .Hoot
Deer and all other iwpnlur drinks
Ring up Phone 2171. Consolidated
.ommencini,' Sunday, August 28,
the B u 1 1 e t i n's phone numbers
will be: Busjiess office, 225G; edi
torial rooms. 2185,
An Influent Is being held on the
bodj of the Jnpanerc woman who
died from the ertects of n fall from
a Rapid Transit ear last night.
Another rult In the mailer of the
estate of 1'iank Antone which haa
been before ihe courts for twenty
enrs. Is now on before Judge Robin
roii. The nnine of the Japanese woman
who -fell from a Rapid Transit car
last night and was killed, turns nut
to be Eukl llomea, and she hailed
from Kealla plantation, mi Knual.
Chirlle ChllUJIjcwortli'.iind Frank
Thulnpiicii pulleiJlsii hpVd In their
training yesterday nftenoon that
two oars snniipul.lil two. Six ill of
fourteen, oa'm thu' hnvctliccn pur
chased by thu HJAlanls'Mately hitvu
alibr.olvQiint thi)H-ipiut place -Just
ouf4ld lho''narliickJ. i '
Thio'aftprniion.nt 2 V- lock n pris
oner named W'nbllanl. who was ton
lined nt the police station, tiled to
escape by scaling the wall at tho
back of the station. lie succeeded
In getting over tho wall, but a trusty
raw him and grubbed blin bcfoio he
got down tho street.
Roal I). Mead, l(ead of tho plant
ers' labor bin can, was n "passenger
on the Nippon Maru today for Ma
nila. Mr. Mead goes to the Philip
pines to look over tho situation as
regards further Immigration. I.. E,
Plnkhnm nnd Mr Steven arc now In
trip Islands operating under tho nus-
I pk-cs of the bureau of which Mead Is
lh director. '
Bifj' Ship Is" Decorated In
Honor of the Royal
Ills Imperial Hlghness-Prlnco S.uun
of China, special high commissioner
to the United Stntcs to study naval
affairs, and party arrived this morn
lug from Japan on the.Paclftc Mall
liner Maiichutia. In honor of the
prince, Captain Saunders, tho popu
lar skipper, whose Blilp seems to lie
favored by traveling rojalty, had tho
Manchuria decorated with Intel na
As soon ns tho Manchuria anchor,
cd oft port early this morning. Prince
Suun congratulated Captain Saun
ders upon his safe and comfortable
trip across the Pacific.
Officials' Quick Work.
In order to expedite matters. Dr.
Ramus, chief of the local quarantine
seivlre, and his staff hoarded the
Continued on Page 3)
COHEN SAYS HE
Immigration Plank As lt' Plat
form Satisfies His
"I have not withdrawn from the
contest for lho Republican nomina
tion us Senator fiom lho Third Sen
atorial District." J. C. Cohen
This Is the statement Hint Mr
Cohen this morning lequested Ihn
II ii lie tin to make In his hehnlf.
Ho says that Ihn Advertiser this
morning did not publish tacts when It
said bo would piobably withdraw
from lho contest for nomination to
Unit Hid Republican
.platform on the subject of liunilgiii
Hloii'i'.lil liii 'lint u'li'lmHed her
fill) I'll Mill.'!)' HUB 0IIH.HI Ifl liars I IK! I
Our New Phone Number Will He
City Trnnsfer Co.
("Continued from Pace l.i
who had come In comaet with the
sick man. This did not fcem to bo
right to the crew nml they entered n
strong protest with Ihe olllcors ugnlnst
their detention on the ship when nil
others. Including Ihn nnfiimlHntcl
ones were allowed shoro liberty.
Stevedores nnd others wero allowed
the full run of the eisel
When night came th crew conclud
ed that they had ns much light and
more so to go ashore thou lli'no who
had not been fumigated and accord
ingly they filed down tho ginsway
flit mt ntrfinl mi noliKi n Wliftu Htm
rclrnC(, ,0 tho-,,,, ,-, BPnB0I1.
time lumr the) wen pietonteil fiom
going on bonrd by officers Matloncil
about the ship.
The men nio at a toss to under
stand tho movo on tho part of lho
ship's olllcors In the mailer, nnd emu
of them siigg'stcd the Men that If It
were possible to keep tho men Iff the
ship twenty our hours they weiii sub
Joet t,c ;i Hnn of n iho's pay. i
'ihn men are ordeily. nnd 1i.ii' giv
en tho locnl police no lioulile what
ever, nor did they mako any fins nt
the. ship last lilgut when r fused ml
uilttnnco to tho Wilhelmliia.
An Inquiry at the ship brings forth
statements fiom tbo otIWors in direct
contradiction to thobii madu by the
men who lett'tho Wllheliulna against
Slnco'tho Wllhnlmlnn was placed
In quarantine, cveooue on bonid thu
ship was fumigated and vaccinated.
This Includes the olllceis, tho slew-
aidesi. and thocrew."
Dr. Kilwnril Marshall, one of tho
... t.ki'.t..i.. li.M .1.-1 I I..
arautli'ic' fiflljljils of th'bi pi(!
e abjive Matijifttmt todily tvliii
about ttiuN riif.frAtitltie regiilL'
(luiirauiiiie oiiu inis oi uiwi pfcjiui.iti.
the nbpve Mutijiotoil loilily vlnjij utk
ed about tliutclif.iraiitlne regitlhlloiis.
which affpitjS ,tlie..MiiLsup liner Wll
helmlnn, wplcfi is,ilo(k!eil nt thu Ral:-
lie s.iiu tnai a cerium nunioci- oi
the olllcers ot the steamer have been
permitted to cniic iishotn to transact
steamship Inlslnnsv. The crew are
not allowed to come ashore. They
are detained on board thu steamer,
where they will remain until she
sails for San Francisco tomoriow
morning nt 10 o'clock.
Asked wh) It was that n certain
number of olllcers wero allow I'd to
comb nshoro and tho crew 'wero re
fused the same privilege. Dr. Mar
shall said that the olllcers tiro bet
ter able to lake raro of themsohes.
while ashore, than are tho members
of the crew.
One of the principal reasons why
the crew were not allowed to come
ashoie, while In quarantine, la bo
caiuo they aie more likely to get
mixed with Ihose who nro not over-
careful In rc-guid to health condl
In order to nsccitain moro nccu
rately the condition of the men now
on board the steamship, Dr. Mar
shall this forenoon made another ilh
spectlon. Purser Drew assisted him
In his medical Inspection of the. Wll
When Dr Marshall was lenxlng
the Wilhelmliia at noon today, one
of the crew desicuded tho gangplank
nnd insisted on coming nslioin. He
was politely tolii by Dr. Marshall to
stay cm board or else he would get
"What's the difference between al
lowing the otneers to come nshmt)
and tho new?" ho asked Dr. Mars
"Nover mind about arguing. You
had better stay on bonrd on else
j ou'll get Into trouble," answered
Although at present there are
eighteen men of the crew missing
from tho Wilhelmliia, their places
will bo filled by local men boforo
.the vessel sails tomoirow morning
for San 1'rauUsco.
Dr. 'Marshall will ho n passenger
on the Wllheliulna when sho fuills
out for lho mainland tomnuow. He
will go lo meet his family, who aro
lo inturn to Honolulu
The Wllheliulna ".l tnko as pail
of her cargo 3100 tons of sugar, 10,
000 rases of pluenppliM nnd general
Island prndurls. A nimiber of Island
people will be among Ihn oulgolni'
TOMORROW morning, tho summer
W (1. Hal! of Ihe lulnr Inland tin I
will reimn fiom Kauai with n IIk list
of pawi'iiKcis. Hint will sail again on
Thuisilii), at 3 o'clock In Ihn nflnr
noon Till; HIUAMHII Kliif.,1 will will Hiln
iilli'lli'Miii ui A n'rluek fin Kaput wild
lintitiilgeiN nM, Ki'imiul iKijtu, Hjin
4111 rHIIIIII (iKiilii hi llifi peiil iMily
IHHU iadirilg)' iHBinlHH, i
(Jns, 11 Love)
Opinion Rendered in Case of
The Supreme Couit hns lnnded down
n decision In the care uf-Ocrhard Se
gelkeil versus ll.r.wi.lan Trul Com
pany, Limited, administrator of the
estate ef Charles W, Ilooth, deceas
ed, and Ida I" Hall, holding Hint the
claim ngilnst lho tiustcc was not en
fnicnblo until lho death of Rootb
nnd Hint It Is not ban oil by Inpso of
Opinion of tho Court by Do Roll,' .1.
This Is an Inlnrloriilory appeal
brought by Charles W Ilooth. one of
the original lespondcnls, from n do
crco overruling his ilunnrrcr to tlio
complalnnnt'H bill Itl equity for nri
nerounlliig. Slivoe the uiieal wns
taken Mr. Rooth deceased Ills death
having been duly suggested, the Ha
waiian Trust Cnm'.nii). Limited, n
corporation, ns nilmln'.Hlrator with tho
will annexed of Ihn cstilto of Charlos
V lloolll, deceased, has hem dul
substituted as n party icspcmdctit In
this cause In tho placo rind stead of
Charles W. Ilooth, deceased
The facts all'ged In tho bill are.
In siibstancn. that tho respondent.
Mrs. Ida Elizabeth Hall, being tho
owner r.f n one eighth Interest In cer
lain land, subject to the dow r right
of Mrs. Anne 1mg In Hie elitlre hud
mortgaged her Interest to lho com
plainant. Scgclken. to secure thr pay
ment of tho sum of $11)00; that there
nfter n p-iitltlou suit wns brought by
other p utles nlso Inlereited In tho
land to which suit Mrs. Hall, rs.
Ming nnd Stgelke'n wero niiiilo par
lies; thai by consent of nil the par
lies In the 'suit an or.Vr was enlered
Hireling that Ihn liunl bo sold nnd
he m'occods divtdc'd hninurt the Par
ties neenrdhiir III ifielr icsiuVtlto 111
terestsj that pursuant lo this order
lho laud was sold nnd tho pioceeds
1 1 turned into rourl for division: that
there-liter fAugust 1C, 18S2-, nlso by
consent of all Ihn parlies, a decree
was entered directing that two thirds
of the proceeds of tin -sain of tho laud
ho il hided among Ihn poisons llicrn
In named. Mi. 'Hall being one of
those, but Hint her sharo, 13CC0.12. lai
applied as follows: ir.33.33 in i)oient
of n certain claim and the balance.
1.1107 70, In part payment of thenScgel-
ken mnitgage. which, with Interest
niiii.iiiiled to lho sum of 1421(1.90:
that nnin lh payment of this sum of
$.1107.70 SoRelkeu, In nccordanco with
the terms of the decrco, executed a
re'eiiso of his morlgago to lho pur-
chuseis ot tho laud, that tho icmuln
Ing one third of lho proceeds of lho
sale. 111,71)0. was decreed to bo in
esled by n trusleo nnd tho Incomo
tlmcof to bo paid to Mrs. Long as
dower during her life, and upon her
dealh to be divided In tho samo man
ner ns lho twolhlnlH had been, tho
shaio of Mrs. ilaU. however, lo lie
Ch"rc4 Jv Itli thojpaymont ,tn Scgelkcn
of tho sum of lllll.SS, with Intnrest
being tho Imlanro duo him on lho
morlgaRj debt; tb.lt the ii'Ssindi-nt
rRooth liavlng becu duly apisilnled
ttlistfo, Mrs. Hall's share In the trust
(mill rimo' regularly Into his hands;
that Mrs. Long died Juno 17. 1908,
at which tlmo theio was duo tbo com
plainant from Mrs. Hall lho said sum
of $1141.83. with Interest, which was
a chargo upon Mrs. Hull's share In
lho trust Iliad In tho hands of the
icsondent llrcith; Hint the respon
dent, Mis. Hall, claims soino Interest
in the trust fu.id. but that lu'r claim
is subject lo cii.uplalnnnt's claim. No
icllef, how-over, Is sought ns against
JAPANESE WOMAN IS
DEAD FROM BAD FALL
Last night at the corner of King
and South streets, n Jap.iueso woman
Jumped from u Rapid Transit car us
It was In motion ami, landing on her
head, was rendeied unconscious nt
once. The uiifnitunate woman, who
appears to have lomo to town fiom
some plantation, was taken to the
Uuiwh'h llospltul, whcie It was round
that her skull was badly fractured.
This morning at an eaily hour tlio
woman, who still remains iinldeiitl
I'.ed, died without remveilng cun
Fi'lourucw. An Inquest will he held
by foioner Rose this evening at the
Theiu ban been a hg mil of In
quesls lately, nml Ihn olio held lust
night lulu urn iIimiii of Mrs. iviiiui
l.lii insiilteil In it veidlit that ll",
ileieliseil iiimii to nur ileal n iiiiuugn,
iinldeni, nnd llml I In wholo IiIiiiiih'
wbh mi nor own tiiiiiiuioii Hiif iMiu)t)IHt,ll(l (,,K,MI ttrsiiliur,
imimpii-u in unHUi nmu u ii"i"H pm ,M)WII wii uliu will RuiVM
Wllllll It SU III PPltloil' HU'I llll'l,hn i0 III KU l lllif llwlll4lil lb
Mleil lo Ilia platrnnn. '
j ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAOE FOURTEEN, '
j ARRIVED ,11 DEPARTED
Tuesday, Cept. 13, j Tuesday, Sept. 13. i
3. S. Manchuria, Saunders, from' Stmr. Mnuna Kea, Freeman j Tor
Yokohama, n, m. Hllo, 10 a. m. '
S. S. Romern, Fair from Newport 8. S, 'Nippon Maru, Smith, for. Ori
News, 10 a,, in, ent, 10 n. m. I
Stmr. Mnuna lia, Slmcrson, from 1 '
Konn and Kau Mirts, 8 a. m. I PASSENQEna DEPARTED ,
ARRIVED Schooner John C. j.er T. K. K. S. 8. 'Nippon Maru,
.veyer, irom urnys unruor, aepi. u,
11 a. m.
8 S. Manchuria, Saunders, for Sail
Francisco, 6:30 p. in.
Blmr. Klnau, Gregory, for Knual, C
Stmr. Mlkabala, Titllctt, for Molo
kal, G p, m.
I PA8SEN0ER8 ARRIVED I
Per 8. 8, Manchuria, Saunders,
from Japan and China, Sept. 13, 9:30
n. in For Honolulu: Miss jcsslo
Ilindley, Chang Chong, Mrs, An
Young Yee, Miss Carrla Church, Miss
Helen L Emerson, II. C. Meyeis, Miss
Lillian 11 Paly, Mrs. E. C. Perry. C.
S. Weight, Mis. C. 8. Weight' For
San Franrlscil: Hon. A. L. Ahlo, J.
W. Rains, L, (I Rernholmer, Mrs. P.
Rrooks, Hon. Clinou Ho I. In. Hon.
Chain: Pii Tslng, Hon. Chow Tszchl,
Capt Chu ChlA Pang. W. W. Clark,
Miss Anita Comfort, It, T Cozens,
Miss Sarah M. Dean, Rov. R. F. Ed
wards, Mis, It. 1". I'd wards. Master
Isaac C. Edwards, Miss Margaret J.
Edwards, Miss Mary V. EdworilsMrii.
D. E. I've and servant. Miss llorcneo
rpe). Miss Cathailno Fee. Lt. J. J( Kill
mer, U. S, A., Mrs. J. J, Fufiucr and
popinnt, Hon. Fung Shu, V. Green,
Hon. K T. King. Wang Shu Pang.
Lnu Kaan, O. A. Knox. Mrs, O. A.
Knox, Hon. 1e Ron Jinn. I.eo Hop,
O T. Lovy, Hon. Liang Yuo Clio,
l.leng Yo. Lt Sill Chan, Hon LI King
Huh. Hon. Lin Poo I.un, Miss Cornn
lla Lo Roj. Lt J. 11. Nallc. U. S. A.,
E. .1 Pace. Mrs. E. J. Pace. Mrs. S
Parker. A. L. Rock. Mrs. A. L. Rock,
II I. II Prlncn Suun, Admiral Bull
Chliig Ping, Miss Ray Schwartz, Scld
Rack Slug, J. .Oram Shcppard, Mrs.
J. Oram Shepiard, Master Arthur lt.
Shi ppard, Miss Margaret Sumaii, Hon
Tsao Yu Ylng, lion. Tseng Ju Cheng
Hon. Tson Tsoo Yeo, Hon. Tsou Ylng
Sung. Tsal Mo Chung.
Per stmr., Mauna Loa, from Kona
Sept. 13, 8't.30 a in. Jas, Mors, M.
MUs'lMargarct Forrest, Miss
,'Mlss Peterman, II. Hcrtlo
man. (1. Hewitt. A. O. Hnwse, Wllllo
Aim. Master K. loauo. J. L. Cockelt,
wife and child, Miss E. Nnlilnu. Mlsft
ICaal, Hen Kaal, J no. Knnl, Miss Allco
Paklkci, T. C. White, Miss Fletcher.
Mary Forrest. Carrlo Midler, Miss C
SlmCrsoii, Miss II. Slmcrson, Miss
Mary Ram, Miss Isabel Rarn. Miss
Knle Jjmm. Mrs. Jns, Grube, Jas.
Orubo. Ltd Gasper. Jns. Gasper. It.
Midler. It. A. McWuyno, Mr Mn)
dell, Mrs, J. D. Paris, son and ser
vant, Mrs. L, 8. Aimgst and .1 chll
drcn, Mrs. J K. Nahal. Mrs. Nalialo
Miss Wall, Charley Ka. Mr. Alexnnder
nnd wife. Mrs. Hoge. Miss Case. Miss
i:. llaldwln. Harold llaldwin, Herbert
llaldwln, Ernest llaldwln, A. Do Rcgo
F. F. llaldwln. wlfo and child. S. H"
kunwa und wlfo, I, Ynmamato nnd
Till) STEAMER Mauna lia, which
arrived Ibis morning from Kona-Kdu
ports, brought 1 box lambs, 1 horse
2 crts chicken, 2 bags nwa, 4 calves
4 cows, S boxes pigs, 8 kegs butler
8 mt oil barrels, 8 hags taro. 9 hags
em p, 9 pc.i nhla. 9 pigs, 3 mt gai
drums. 51 lulls hides, 27 boxes chic
kens, 30 lid cattle, DO bags charcoal
71! bcha banana', 270 bags beans, Iflfit
bags colTce, 7401 bags sugar, 330 pks
THIS MORNINO nt 10 o'clock the
To jo Klsen Kalshn liner Nlpion
Maru. which arrived yesterday morn
lug from lho Stnles sailed for Yoko
hainn. Japan. Vlco President Oknwa
and General Manager Bhlralshl of Ihe
company, who woro passengers from
Ban Francisco yesterday will return
lo Jnpan cm tho steamship Siberia
which leaves this port next Manila)
Tho Bchoonor John C. Meyer,
which arrived this roronoon from
tlrnys Harbor, Is anchored off port
with n broken winch. She will sail
for S)duny as sewn as tho ropalrs
have been made.
FROM HILO nnd Maul ports, the
sleanmr Claudlno will nrrlvo oarly to
null low morning It Is expected Rial
sliii will bring a full load of general
(Uto Evelleslp, one of tho sailors
on board tlm four masted schoonei
John C. Meyer, which arrived this
morning from Gram llnihnr, U serl
)my jni as Ihn instill of a fall
fnunoiin of Dm musts, llu U rucnlv
ng mi'inil tiimliiniiil at this pint
''i, urhoiiiier luiuln tlm liln In
r,,iM tHM ilajs, iluilng wlil.h llnui slm
for Japan, Sept. 13 L. M. Sedg
wick. T. Odo nnd wife, Maor Ileum.
Per stmr, Mnuna Kea. .l-Vee'man,
for Hllo, Sept 13. 10 p. in.-M.oo Akau.
ii. i iviuim, n, iniso ami wire,,Mlss
Naone, Julia Qulnn, Joe Prlchnrd, Oeo
Watt, Mrs. W Soulh, Miss South.
Jsopeh Shcoley and wife. Carl 8.
Smith and wife. Miss Sarah Lucas,
Mfss Hell McCorrlston, M. Arakawn.
Miss K. nohnenherg, E. II. Hart, E.
F. Dclncrt. Miss Akona, Mrs. W. C.
Drown. Miss Ogawa, Miss Hisao,
Miss Uelo, Miss Aashl, Miss Tanaka,
Miss Furrnck, Miss Akainoto, Miss
Miyamoto, Miss Uycno, Mrs, Wong
and child, .Miss Wong, C. R. Rock
land. C. D. Green, W. Crnlg. H. I.
Llllle, L. S, Conness, J. O. Young. E.
1. Austin, T. O. Thrum, C. O. Rart
til and wlfo. Mrs. Williams, Miss Rar
toll, E. J, UinU Mm. K. Knpii'llma,
Mabel Makekau, O If. Robertsop, E,
1. Curloy, A. J. yilllamson. W. J.
Robinson, Mrs, HalMon, James 'Don
ald, Ruv. 8. 1 Dcslia, no,v. C, P. Jlong,
J, Yumaokn, Mrs! Aashl 'Mfs, Kea-
loha Nua, Miss F;. DavUont G. Aka
inoto, R, Niikaniura, Y "Wakauioto. J.
O. Lulted. W. B. Tern-, jO. K. Notley
PASS ENOERB PqOKED
Per Btmr. Mlkabala, Tullett, for
Molokal, Sept. 13, 5 p. m. I.eon A.
Gimeoii, W Mutch, Eslella Roab, Krfii
Foab, Miss F. L Gibson. Mrs. R. II.
Per stmr Klnau, Gregory, for Kau
nl. Sept. 13, S p. m II. M Olttel, T.
M Flamoy, Mrs. J 11. Coney and
wife, (1. Iluildy. C. A. Rice, Mrs. Ly
dla Miller, Raymond E. Drown, Moth
er Grnno, A. E. Ilallcy. Mrs II. Wol
ters nnd child, Chuck Hoy, Mrs. Y. It.
Chew. Miss Era Akann.
Per 3, 8. Manchuria, Saunders, for
San Francisco, Sept. 13. John Gait,
Carter Gait, E. E. Paschalt nnd wife.
Gesj. Sherman, Miss Sherman, Master
Sherman. A. J.. Lowrey. Miss A. L.
White, Miss II. White. Miss R. White.
Ff-anclb lirown, ijavld II. Lyftmn and
wlfp, W. 'Lldgato.'Ai Horner,' A. 8.
Wilcox, wife and Maughlor, "Sam II.
Mahelona, Francis Gay and wife. Mlntc
I., cle;, la Cuetar. Mrs. tSenbort Voa.
Miss M. Hazel E. O. Perry. Mr. and
Mrs. If. II.'lfrafnord,"MlsBl'larlc Wil
son. Miss Eva Clark, Geo. P. Mason.
Thomas I-nwrcnco, Waller Eadcr, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. W. Hawkins, C. C. von
Hosmer, Mrs. It. It Kenton, II. ft.
Robinson. C. A. Walton. W. 8. Smith.
Miss R. K. Dwlght, S. A. Connoll. Oeo
F Howell, Mary S. Howell, Louise M.
Per S. B. Wllhelmtna, Johnson, for
Ban Francisco, Sept. 14. Mr. nnd
Mrs. E. E. Cndwoll and child,' II. 11.
Simpson, C. 8. Davis. A. Ulom, L. 11.
Dee, Vincent Genoves, Mrs. Chaa. lt.
Flazler and child, Arthur Oilman,
Walter Doyle, T. C. White, Dr. IS.
R. Marshnll, II. W. Poguo, Mr. anil
Mrs. Harry White, A. Bchnntk, W.
P. Kclley, Miss Edna Henry. Mrs. J.
Farnsworth, Mr, and Mrs. L. Ii
Dreyfus, Mrs. G, F. Roreman and
child, Misses White (2), Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Hill and child, Mrs. A.
W. Adams, Mrs. E. Olmsted, H. W.
Knight, Dr. Oeo. .1, Huddy, Mr, antt
Mrs. II. Ii. Penhallow, I. L. Clarlr.
Wm. Lldgate, Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
Haysclden, Mrs. J. 8. 11. Pratt ami
two children, Ernest Gay, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Gay, Mr. and Mrs. F.
K. llaldwln and son, Miss V. Ather
ton, Herman von Holt, Miss Mary
von Holt. Mrs. T. K. Heard, MrB. A.
E. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Dll
Unchain,, Mr, and Mrs. Fenatmore,
Mr. and MrsII. C. lltlfnViiflsa i.
II. RobertB, Mrn.U, u. HobertB, Mr.
J, A, Oilman, S, M. Damon, Ma and
Mrs. L. A. Thurston.
Ifalt. A.,Z w.. .. . . "
.....o o.c Uut, m iionoiuiu irom
points as follows':
ColonloB Pec 'Marama, Sept. 13.
Malls will depart for the followtni
points as follows:
Vancouver Per Zoalandla, Sopt 1C
Colonlos Per Manuka, 8ept. io.
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Sept. 10.
Sydney Per Zealnndla, Sept. 10.
IN FOREIQN tORT
Tuesday Sept. 13,
SAN FRANCIBCO-Hallod Sept. 13.
p. in : S. 8. Siberia, for Honolulu
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Sept. 13: 8
8. Mexican, from Hllo, Aug. 27.
BAI.INA CRUZ-Sulled Sept. U: 12.
fi. Virginian, for Han Fiauclt.cii.
BEATTLE-Sallcd Kupi. 12. B. 8.
Illloiilan, for (lopolulii
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Tho following wliu'.css I'.iisaagu lug
liifil li'd'Di'd by tho AkimIs (iiiiii lh
H. H, Hleifii
H, II Hlmr, HI Hun, K p, in, Hup
U'iiiIht 1), IVJli: hlH mill Cum tun
liui'.i ,1K)i rjlilii Mu,uih)4 N,l',
vvIiuIh Hua Hiiusiili, yuuiii- ruai
Blj'l liii AH "ill- llaimnvivr SQi?T.