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EVENjNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H-i WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14," 1911?' "
- 1 r 1
ll.nvnll.tn Ihlrd Hignc.
Hnlliiliilil Chapter, I!. I. .11.
Regular, " ii. in.
Harmon) Chapter o. I
(I. K. S. Iltgul.tr.
All YlBltln isembem oi tkr
Order are cordially Invited to
iittxml meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Halt
7:30 P. M.
.URINE ENGINEERS' X A
BENEFICIAL ANIATIQK. ciution.Tr.
HAWAIIAN TEIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meeto every first and third Thurs
ya of Mih rnonlh at Knlghta of
Pythias Hall. Vlsltlm? brothers cor
tlslly Invltod til attend.' i
II. FOSTfcU, Sachem.
K. V TOUT), C. of II.
BONOLUIU AERIE, HO, !. 0. E.
MxeU on the 2nd aud 4th WI3D-
NF.SDAY evenings of cnch mouth at
7:30 o'clock In K. nf Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Ragles t-re lnTlted Ui at
(ii:o A DAVIS W. I.
1AM f. Mcl'OV, Sec,
HONOLULU I0D6E, G16. B. P. 0. E.'
Honolulu lodge Nojloi.ldpjto.
Klks, mecta In their hall orVJKljig
lltreet, nrar Fort, every Friday eve1
oIdr. Visiting Hrothcrs are cordially
i) D n isiiNHUiia,' i: ii
una. t. kuii:i:l, sec.
WM. McKINLEY L0DOE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K, of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Bcrntanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. T. P. KILT1EY, C, C.
K A. JACOIISON, K. n. B.
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Makes New, l!lch
Stomdch and Liver
Cures the Kldno)s.
Glasses Supplied '
A. N. Sanford,
Doston Building - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
For Autoing and Afternoon Wear
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel 8t., opp. Young Phono 3088
STENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
New Stylish Hats
Summer styles in millinery atxpar
BOSTON DUILDINO, FORT STREET
K. CAT AT THE
1;, Capitol Cafe
jmfi Everything New
MRS ,1 V UURQBTUOM Iclt on
the llonuliilnii or n trlii lu tliu roast
MISS I) Ii FA1KCIIILD departed
on the Honolulu!! en rinilo to her
homo In Obcrlln, .Mini
I. M GRANGUR. of Frankfort, Kv .
n recent visitor In the Islands, ti
pcrls lo return hero next fall.
UDUARD COIIF.N, n brother Of Joo
Cohen, has been appointed a collector
for the clly of Chicago nt a salary of
$G00u per car
RUDOLPH II. WACKKR. of Rock
ester, N Y , baa returned lo bis homo
and writes friends Dial ho will bring
a party out next jear
MISS IJ .1 LITTLB was an out
going passenger for the coast by the
Honolulan Her homo Is In Iloston,
whero she will spend tlio summer
MAJ H II. WIN8LOW, who Is now
III tliargo or the fortification of (ho
Panama Canal zone, Is In Washing
ton. U". C , having returned from his
Hist Unit in (he 70HO.
MISS M U. ARMSTRONG Instruc
tor In Kngllsh nt Knmch.imcha left on
Hie Honolulan for ,i pleasure trip to
Ronton e3lcrila Slio will return in
Seplrinber to resume her duties.
.1 O LllTTi:i) was tenitered a fare
well card pait nt Vlda Villa Mnndiv
evening liv .Mrs l n llvans, llio"J)ro
pitctor of thin pretty retreat All of
the diesis took a h nut In. the even
PROF VAUGIIAN MACCACGHIIY,
of the College of Hawaii, left on the
Honolulan for Hie Const He has been
Imitcil to becoino n member of thq
facility of Hip University of Callfor-
nl.t'n summer cr.hool
MISS DOkI PUILKR was a depart
ing passenger on the Honolulan vos-
lenlay mornliiE Kim graduated fnmi
Knniehamch.i Schools a few weekr
ico ami Is on her way to the Iloston
Seminar wheru hbc will resume her
"HERO". (IF LATE
(Continued -from Pg1)
Iroopa wore sent to patrol the border
on Iho famoiit niancuxcrH that stirred
tho world. Ills "tlmo" was up whllq
lie was In K.ui Aiilonln, and he rc
rehod his discharge, mndo a ultk
dash across tho Rio (ir.indo nni an
tioed hiniEclr lo Modcro's troops, .the
ragged rovolutlonlsts that knocked
tin' federals Into bits.
In Sail Antonio Stcelo had meet
ono of (lie JIuilcros Ibcio lire sov
oral -ami had expressed a wIbIi to
Join Iho lOMihillon. Ife was lohl how
to meet Generals Oailbuldl and Orozci
I and when ho went across tho river,
ho linil no troublu In finding the In-
Stcelo was with the Insurrectos for
some two months, and ho sajs that ho
and another revolutionists fired thu
first hIiiiIb of the liattlo of Juarez. On
tho Sunday preceding tho opening of
llie big fight, Stcelo and a companion
wero tuld to rcconnoltcr in tlio out
tklrls of Juarez. Wlillo bcouttiig
along picking out weak bKts for at
tack, they were seen by a federal hen
tr who tried lo glo an alarm. Steelo
anil Ills I'omp-uiloii both fired and tho
sentry fell (lend. Those, two bhots,
hi says leally began tho bjlto.
He went thiotigh Hie flglil at Jua
rez and emerged unscathed, and then
decided lhat (ho war was about over
anyway and quit. "As a matter of
fart, a friend of mlno wns getting Into
tomo trouble, go wo beat II," said
Steele in telling about his exicrleiicu,a
They ro-crossed the Hlo mid Steele
again enlisted In the It S iirmy Ho
Is now going nut to Iho Philippines
"imasblciied," .111,1 expccls to bo tlicro
Tho "Insuriccto" for two niniitlis
tnjn ho had a lot of fun during the
war, and that ho was In n good many
IIkIiIs Ho W113 under Oarlbaldl and
Orozco. and declares I10II1 aro brave
and patriotic men. Jlut for Gen. Mn
dero hlnibelf, lie has fowr words of
"Tho fact la, lh.it wlienovcr thoio
was any fighting, M-idom wna several
miles awa," ho says, niid to provo
it cxhlbltH pictures showing the
camps of Iho main body (if robcls be-
foio Juarez and Mndcio's camp two
mllQs In llio icai. "Ho was never III
any of Iho fighting, hut alu.os took
caro lo bo out of ilnuse,r. 1 Biippobo
lie n patriotic ciioiirI, but bo's no
fighter, mid tlint'u why ho Is not liked
by his own men. Tliey think ho In a
fileolo went into Iho revolution with
nothing but Honm (lothes and enmo
out of It with a flrsl llcuten.inej and
tlio plctuies to provo ovorj IIiIiik lio
B.iyn 'Iho lleulenniwv was lorclved
Tor enpluring r. federal flag, and 0111
or Iho plcluidii hhows I1I111 Just after
tho capture, standing by tho (lag
An Invontoiy of tho estnte of
Tltomns B Kay has been lllod In tho
Circuit Cdurt by tho Waterhouse
Trust Company, administrators.
Perton.il Attention to all orders.
CITY TnANSrCfl CO. (Jas. II. Love)
Examination ol Liner Revealed Hundreds ol Places Where
Seductive Dope Might Be Safely -Hidden Inter-Island
Vessels Here With Sugar Chief Officer Bringing Down
Sierra Large List of Passengers.
Captain Peter Johnson, master i(
the Mntsoii NnMgnlion liner Wllhcl
mlna simply milled when asked this
morning If tho iiorllons of his stonmor
were left Intuit sulllclent to continue
thn voj.igo to Illlo and return.
All day ycsleriln), a largo force of
energetic joung man (oiiuer(C( with
the Federal customs service rniiKcd
the vessel While boinc poked around
in tho loner holds and diiputcil, occu
pation with tho large Innl of gonepl
cargo, others made a vor minute In
spection of tho cabins wherein the
Wllhelmlna ofllcern hold forth.
It Is understood that owing to the
construction of tho vostel tlicro ato
a hundred mid ono places about the
big vessel where quantities of opium
could bo stored and left undisturbed
"To pr Into all theso places wool I
ncccsallitto (earing Iho vessel to
pieces," was (ho way In which sev
eral shipping men sized up tho Bit
"When wo first arrived at the port
yesterday morning, wo thought that
Collector Stackablo intended lo rit.
tho vesrcl from Rtem lo stern," com
mented ono.nfueor In Iho liner.. Tho
customs men bcllnvlni: that tbev
knew vvhero io look descended Into
all iMisslbla im well as Impnilnhln
nooks and corners In (bo )CsecI
iweniy-ioiir Hours wns spent in a
search (hap proved' fruitless.'
The tip (hat opium, In goodly quan-
jiucri,,wnH ,pn imarii Is Ucllcvod to
ii,i,u'iivvi iiDiiucu uui,uw9i.vcKnivo My
tho representative or J W Wllkle,
cJilef of Iho Federal Secret Service
Who has, been quietly linvQilug about
tlio shipping of Iho jiort evcrTdnco tlm
arrival of tho last Sierra. Tho de
tective e.imo down hero In Hint ves
sel and he had hardly stepped nboard
Iho Sierra at San Frnnclsco before
his presencQ was known to practical
ly all Iho oIIccrs and cmp!i)ccs in
the ship. Tlio special agent has licen
making his headquarters whero ships
aro found and shipping men congre
gale. It Is predicted that tho search m.ido
of tho slcnmer Wlllirlmlna will not
(.top with tho one made here, but that
tho vessel will be met by another
sqund of customs men upon arrival
Passengers Appreciate Improvement
Tho largo number of passengers.
traveling In tho Pacific Mall liner
Mongolia wcio moro (hau dclighlul
over Iho Improved scivlco to be found
In that vessel witli Iho Inauguration
of several Impinvemcnts under tho
direction or Vlco-1'resldciit and Gen
eral Manager Schwerlii. Tho Mongo
lia arrived hero on last Mninlai with
a specially engiged Italian chief
whoso ilulicn lay along the linn of 11
traveling Instiuctor Ho will keen"
afloat the most of his tmc and wilt
devoto his enll.ro energies In tho In
Btruitlon of lio Chlncso chefs on Pa
cific Mall liners concerning tho pre
paration of new' dishes and other g.is
tronomlc.il llt-blts. Tho traveling In
structor will leave the Mongolia at
ono of tho Oriental ports anil (ben
connect with another Btcamer vvhero
another forco of cooks will receive t
courso or Instruction. It Is the aim
of tho Pacific Mall to bring tho lablo
up to tho highest standard of excel
lence. That New Matson Steamer.
Again has como Hint oft icpcilnl
minor of n posidblo now steamer be
ing ndded In the MiiIloii Navigation
lino. Tlio matter la slid to liavo le
eched sonio conshlciullou, Thq add
ing of additional toniiago Is simply .1
matter of Incieased business. There
lb fillll doubt hut If larger fielght ami
piKscngcr nflutlngs mea made, mote
hic.iinorn w,ll i;c;, Ipmtd " tr-VWI',1"'
Hip iiaino. tu shipping Circles It Is
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
claimed lhat there In very little ecu
tlnient wasted When Meamors of tho
Sierra and Wllhelmlna class depait
from Honolulu ..with a liecK.irly list of
cabin passengers as has been Iho case
on many voyages, Ibcio Ih not a grcn(
deal of rncour.igemcnf offered a ship
ping concern to mlil another, liner to
As una shipping man lidded this
morning: "Show us tho business, mid
ono or more steamers will very 00011
bo placed on tlio tun."
On Faster Gchedub".
Tho prediction U mide thnt the Drl
tlsh freighter Crown of Castile en
routo from London, Liverpool and
Antwerp to Honolulu and tho West
coast of the United Stales will at
tempt lo make tho voyiiKO within flfly-
II ye ila.vn It Is claimed that If Iho
present intentions of tho charterers
aro leallzed the steamer will clip at
least five da.vs from Hie best rccoriH
between Ihuopp and (he Hawaiian Isl
amis Tho Crown or Castile Is to load
cargo Trimi her last port or call 011 or
about July sth. and Is duo In arrive
here about September 10th. Fred, I,.
Waldron Is the local representative
Tor (ho vessel Tbcio Is n possibility
that In (he ne.u hiluro arrangements
may itf made for transportation of n
limited number of Immigrants on
steamers encaged In the rrelght ser
vice between Ihirnpe and Honolulu.
Korea on Saturday.
I.ato vvheloss udvlrcn aniioiinco tho
arrival or the Pacific Mall liner Ko
rea at Honolulu on Saturday mornlsig
with ono thousand tons Oriental, car
go, and n few layover passengers.
There is but little room on b'ard for
applicants for transportation to Hie
coast. 'Iho local otllco has ImnklntM
front over seventy mid ncrorillng to
wireless the vessel can iicconimodnto
but Ihiily passciiKors. Tlicro Ik ,1
possibility (hat (ho Korea may bo dis
patched for San Francisco on Satur
Mlssourtan Away Tonight.
nound for Knanapan and other Isl
and ikjiIs, the American-Hawaiian
ficlghtcr MIsHonrlan will leavo tho
port at this evening. Tho Mlssoiirian
Is (o gather up shipments of sugar
and (icroro departing rrom llllo, tho
last Kiri or can, 1110 vessel will liavo
lu Iho uelghborhoixt or twelvo thou
sand tuna or this commodity for Sa
linn Cruz aud transhipment to tho
Kust coast of thu United Stales.
Claudinc Drought More Melons.
Thmo was all torts of temptation
offered Irnqand tried Inter-Island
1 inplojees. jvheu tho one hundred or
moro luscjoiis watermelons wero un
loaded rj-gm (ho steamer Claudinc
Tho melonii como fioin tho ranches or
the Maul, Agriculture Company Tlio
vcuie!, met wllh fair weather on tho
I rip and, returned, hero wl(h u fair list
of passengers mid a cargo Including
20 coids wood, ID elates chickens, 3d
lings corn, 25 sticks ihiIiiIdqs, is hogs
and 217 p.ickagcs bimdrlca.
Captain Houdlctte Not Coming,
Captain II C. Houdlctte will lemaln
over nt San Fraiiclbco for ono trip nt
le.ibt of tho Sloira aud Iho vessel Is
coming down to thn Islands under tho
ioiiiiiihiiiI of Chief Ofllcor Trask. Cni
lain Houdlctte is still a very sick man
nnd It was at thq Insistence of his
phyi,h l.ius lhat lie wns compelled lo
fontako the blldso of tho popular
uceiiito lino;' at Iho last moment
Moio Elbow Room.
1 ue pionsing ininrmalioii was
bioiighl down III tho Mongolia (lint In
fnt 111 o (hero would bo no further at
tempts upon Iho part of Iho Pacific
Mail lo compel four passengers to
ciowd Into ono cabin, no matter how
. v . Ji
- - f irnnrri-tMiftfniii-iii rn iiiiumMtMiirmr TMOiiiiirfiMninniiiiitiityiiiiinjiMMiMiM iiiiii j iini i'Mi-iMMM 'nr , 11 Mitvt-' i ,
Rreat wns (ho demand for nccommo
dallon. Tho fninlllar "fourth bunk"
tho bnno of oxlstcncu of every purser
nml chief steward In Iho Bervico Is to
bo eliminated ns a meanB of torture.
With but llirco In n 100m Ihoro will
nt, le.ibl bo a Utile moro elbow 100111
Mlssourtan Ready to Take on Sugar.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Mlssoiirian Is at Iho railway wharf
taking a shipment of sugar destined
for tho Kast roast of tho United
Slates. Thq steamer was an arrival
hcio on last Sunday nioinlng bringing
In addition (o general cargo shipment
of fine horses lo tho number of alxt
flvo head Charles Ilolllnn, of 4tho
Club Ktnblcs was In charge of tho
stock The Mlssoiirliin Is. oxpeelid
will bo ready lo sail for Isl'amf ports
and sallna Cruz tomorrow evening.
Wallele In With Maul Sugar.
Rrlnglng 7.102 sacks of sugar, .If,
bales wool, 71 head calllo nnd 13 bun
dles of hides, Iho Inter-Island steam
er wallcic was mi arrival from Maul
ami Hawaii polls this morning Thu
steamer fell In wllh strong trades and
Wllh Supplies for llonolpu.
With cenernl cargo for llonolpu
(he Amerlcin schooner Murlol Is re
ported 11a how being on Iho way down
rrom San Francisco,. Tho vorsel Is
believed to have left the California
Iiort on Inst Saturday.
Purser Klbllng of the Btcamer
Claudinc from Hawaii and Maul ports'
reports Iho American-Hawaiian
freighter Mexican the schooners Kl
dorado and Ktliel Zano nt Illlo on last
Taking a general cargo of fertilizer,
coal and supplies, the Inter-Island
steamer Nllhaii will ho dlspalchcd fo
AliiiKlnl nad otlior Kauai ports or cnll
at flvo o clock this evening.
The steamer Ileleno salllins at flvo
o'clock this evening will tako n laige
freight destined for llnmnkiia coast
ports on Hawaii. The steamer Is also
Sugar Is reported awaiting at tho
following ports on Hawaii; llonnka.t
17.G00; Kukiilhacle, 17,800; I'apaaloa.
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Wednesday, June 14.
PHILADELPHIA Juno 13: Arrived,
hlilp i;rakliio M. Phelps, hence Fob.
SAN FRANCISCO-Juno Hi Sailed
1 P in., S. S. America Mnrti, for
SAN FRANCISCO-dunc 13f Arrived
S S. Alaskan, from San Diego.
COMJMI1IA RIVICIl Juno 13: Sailed
Schr. Mtmloro, 'for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Juno 13; Salted
Schr llonolpu, for Ilium.
SIERRA REPORTS" i
The following wireless incbsago has
noon received by the ngcnt3 from tho
O. S. S. Slorrn bound for Honolulu:
S. S. Blorrn, at Sea, 8 p. m , June 13,
Kill 1878 tons cargo. 105 cabin
passengers. 8 Bteorngo passengers
1(12 sacks mall and Wells Fargo Im
press in (tier
TO GIVE LUAl!
Mrs. C, S. Ilollowny, who Is con
templating h pleasure trip to tho
Stales In August or Soplomher this
year.'vvlll give n luaii tomorrow lu
her beautiful residence In Nullum
Valley. The limit Is In commemora
tion nf the Kawhlahno Alumni Asso
ciation, or which sho Is president.
Mrs. Holloway, who Is very popular
With (ho members or Iho association,
hns Invllcd (hem all In como They
will bo met by automobiles at (ho end
or tho ear lino on Nuunnii street,
whenco they will, bo conveed to her
homo up iho valley,
ASSOCIATED OIL IS
EFFECTED BY DECISION
Holders or Associated Oil stock In
Hawaii arc reeling ono unexpected er
r.ccl rrom Iho U. S. Supremo Court de
cision ordering Iho Standard Oil com
pany lo dlssolvo. Tho decision ap
parently effects Associated Oil, which
has experienced what It Is feaied will
bo a slump.
Associated Oil, according to 10
ports, was us good ns Hold lo tho
Slnndurd Oil tompany prior lo tho
Supremo Court decision. Thnt decl
slnn practically prevents Standard Oil
rrom obtaining ownership or control
of Associated, or lit least that Is tho
way It Is legardcd hero. Associated
Oil had been benofllcd by tlio news
(hat It would bo bought by Standard
Oil, nnd tho Supiemo Court's nd verso
decision hns hurt Iho stock in (ho
oyes of local Investors.
John C. Cook, cashier of T. H
Davles & Co, ynstorday reported to
tho pollco that his wearing app.irol,
valued at about ono hundred dollars,
had been canted nwny by n thief.
Chler of Detectives McDufllo sent out
one of his men to Investigate tho
Mado cnllrcly of malted grain rt
Ionic stimulant that should bo In
ovory fiomc widely und favorably
known for 50 years.
(Mill IO. When you nk for Hill
fj's,l'ure .Mull Mhlkry be sur jnu
get tho itciiiilnc. 1 Sold ctrrjnhcrc In
si:am:i iitri-ri,i:s .m,y never in
bulk. Look for Hie (rmlo-mark, the
"(Mil Cliemlsl," on the label, nml make
sure Hint Hie seal over Hie cork Is un
broken. Write Meillrnl Dopiirlincnl,
The Duff) .Mall Whiskey Co., Roches
ter, A. U I'. S. Am for ilorlor's (id
lire ami 1111 IlliistrnUd liieillral book
Irl nnilnliilnff-tcsf liinminls nml rules
for hcallh, senl Sref.
A number of new races may bo nccn
on Jbe bridges or trans-PaclIlc llnors
arriving nt Honolulu within a com
parntlvelv shor( time If jour Uncle
Samuel persists In cnfnrrlng a ruling
that contraband opium round upon u
visiscl will bo nsbCSBcd us u fine
ngnlust tho master of (hat ship.
Not only does Iho law effect Pacific
Mall captains, but tlicro mo sovcr.il
ofllccrs connected with the coasting
trade lhat aro nl so sitting up late nt
nlghto endeavoring to figure out Jusl
how far a salary of from two to thrco
bundled dollars u month will go to-
,wardn liquidating a flnu that might
rango nwny up Into the thousands of
' Following jtlm jelzuo if tho $37,000
worljil6f'cpiilrabanlJopIpm on tho Ja
panese liner America Mm u by Snu
Francisco customs ofllccis, tho gov
ernment nas iioioriuini'ii to, adopt now
luetics )n pnl'tilig it sto'ji to the .pruc
HcuUif, BiiiugglliiB tlWIlrncJ'
Tiiklugdynriliigc- of the provisions
nt u maritime law dating bark to tho
eighteenth century, tho vnlun or am-
coiitrabaml opium found iukiii a yes
bc,l will bo abbessed as a flue, pg.ilnH
the captain. 4. (!. SlcvciS, niasloi of
tuc Ameilea Main, will. f this law Is
enforced, Lo liable lo a fine of about
J7.0QO. which is tho vnluc of tho drug
I'hlpnicnt In tho Orient, whuro Iho
smuggling ilng placed It nbiinrd ship.
A few mouths ago. after several
seizures on tho Pacific liner Mnnchii
rln. a flno of $15,000 wns levied
ngnlust Captain J. W. Snuiidcrs, tho
ship's rommnmlei:. Although this has
not yet bcon paid. It was Bald that a
ruling Just received at S.in Francisco
by Collecloi Stratton fiom Washington
would Indicate a precedent (hat will
result In all futiiro fines being col
lected. Tho case Just decided at Washing
Ion was lhat of Captain O. O. W Par
ker of tho steamer Stanley Dollnr,
who nsked for tho remission of n lino
of $5.10 levied on account or n Blnglo
tin of opium found In Iho possession
of ono of tho vessel's sailors while
nboard Iho ship, lu Its review of Iho
caho tlio Treasury Department set
forth In plain (onus that Iho Ignor-
itiro of tho master In regards (o smite-
gird goods on his Bhlp did not ex
empt him from the operation of the
Captains of ships calling bore chip
lend (hat tho law nnd tho iiimtlc.i
Hon Ihereor Is absurd,' ami (hat II h
linpoxslblo tor ii commander lo koop
ins snip clear or smugglers.
Tho law covering Iho cases Involv
ed Is as fojlows:
"If ntty- meicluindlsc bo found on
bo.ml any vessel from a foreign port
which Is not Included In tho munlfest,
(bo master shall forfeit an amount
equal" lo the value or tho mcrchandlso
no! manifested "
AllhniiK.Ii Iho domestic vnluo of
"plum Ib between $10 and $50,pcr llvo
tool (In, Its valuq In Iho Far L'nst Is
only about ono-llfth. or Ibis, Custouis
olllcers contend that tho seizure or at
occasional shipment works llttlo dam
age lo Iho smiiEglors becauso of Iho
great profit involved.
Troopship at the Coast.
Crowded to tho gunrds, tho United
States army tinnsiiort Sbonnnn lint
visited Honolulu on Juno 3rd cnrniito
fmiii Manila to Snn Francisco hns
lenehed Iho coast Tho transpnit ur
rlved ut Snn I'ranclseo on Inst Sun-dny
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meef All Inter-Island Steamers
r , .
Wednesday, June 14,
Hawaii via .Maul ports Claudinc,
slmr, a m.
Kauai porta W. O. Hall, stmr,, a.
Hawaii polls Wnllcle, stmr., a. m.
Tur.tday, June 13.
Sallna Cruz via Island porta Mls
soiirian, A.-ll S. S., p. m.
Kauai ports Klnaii, stmr., 5pm
.Kauai ports Noeau. stmr., G p. 111
Maul and Molok.tl ports Ukcllko,!
stmr, 5 p. 111.
'Hawaii ))or(s-lwulanl, Blnir.
Wednesday, Juno 14.
Manila via Guam Uufnrd, U, S.
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Per stmr, Claudinc from Hawaii via
Maul ports, Juno 11. Mlea A HattleX
Sknlcllo M. Pnslor, Mis. Merle, lrffl
Addnsldcs, J. Kuboy, C' Hedemanri?!
D Sherwood. W S. Chang. C. F.
While, A. S. Prescolt, M Ilrulc. Mfl
Walker, M. Wyatt, U, do Mello, O I..1
Fook, M H, Frcllas, Miss M. Ireltas,l
Mrs. II. Frcltas. Rev. T. Horl, II. Guer
rero, D Slvcsler, Mrs. ,Sylvestcr, n.1
A. Drumniond, T- Osakl, Mrs. Pot
wlne, Miss B. Lloyd, Mrs. O. W. Wil
bur, J. P. Fouler, O. KJorECilsen nnd,S
ni .look. '" ' '
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Per stmr. W. G. Hall, Juno 14, C.
W Splz. J. W. Cainm, A. R Giiriey,
W. Schilling, 8. K. lCaco, K. Morllo.
T. Koe, Miss Ilnndinnnn, Mrs. F. Nl
colal, Miss Inrllh, Miss F. Eggerklng,
K. I .aimer, Mrs. Hay, Mrs. J. Italian
and II deck.
. i ,
Per M. N. S. S. Wllhelmlna. for San
Francisco, Juno 21. Miss rtomona
Marks, Mrs. L. Marks, Miss Doris
Marks, F Moulton, Mrs. 0. F. Moul
lon, C. F. Schmultzlcr, Jns. Ljcolt,
iMIss Hess, Mrs. J. Fernan
dez, Clara II Townscnd nnd child, Miss
J. Tannor, Miss M. (1. Ronton, Miss
Lillian Sparks, Miss Pearl Dam, MIsh
L. Grace, Miss Graco, Mrs. Grace,
Miss F. Uravcrninn, Mrs. S. L. Drav
ernian, Itqv. J. W. Wndina-',, Mrs. J
W. Wadman, Miss M, Wadman, W. P.
Dane, lister Murks, .1. A l)uck(cliatif
fcur), MM II. S. Cailbon, Mrs. Alice
Liindls, Miss L. Johnson, Miss A. At
kinson, Miss Mary U. Sunler, Miss i;
F. Wells, Mrs. IL XVt Foster, Miss H.
F. Ilnrvcy, Miss M. Dowd. Miss K
Vionm, M'lss Kiln L. Tanner, J. I.lmo
kcuhcimcr, Jtrs, J, Mmckpiibclmcr,
Mrs, M, L. Fay and nephew, Mrs. T.
8. Zcavo, Mrs. AlcPhail ojnl daughter.
Mlbs Simpson, Mrs. Wcrlhhelinur,
Miss S. N. Sheldon, Miss Ruth Smllld
Miss Q. A. Ijvcy, Miss K. Mcjer. Mrii
W Meyer, Miss JMny u. Kcllntu,
Miss K. M. Slovens, Miss K. M. Ar
(biii, A. W. Mojcr mid 2 pons, Miss
Clnrlhel I,. Rlckrord, Miss H. M, Shel
don, Miss M. Graham, Mrs, A. O
Phelps, Chas. A. Wright, Fred II.
Kahn, II, D. Phelps, A. C. Phelps. Miss
II. Simpson, J. A. Illicit, Mrs. J. A
Duck, Dr. L. Patterson, R. W Kin
ney und son. Miss V, Green, Mrs. Kin
ney nnd child, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. IT.
M. Scovlllo. Mrs. T. M. Ilnrroro n'nd
Infant, Stanley Wnldrou, Mrs. P. L.
Waldron, Rcdvcra Waldron, .Mrs. A.
(. Illrks. Mrs. L. M. Ilootli,.!. Glbb,
J. A. Glbb, J. C Johnston, Mrs. J. C
Johnston, Mrs. C D. Marshall, Mis
0. Humphrey. Kennelh Abies, L. .
Abies. Wm. Rathmnn J. It. Daggot,
K. Pollltz, W. C. Green, Mis. W. C
Per stmr Mniinn I.oa for Kona and
Knu ports, Juno Id. Chns. Luis, Wil
liam Lids, TIiob Luis, R. S. Norrls.
Miss M Ilnrn. Miss Isnbella Ham. V.
Todd, Clarcnro Wells, G. l-coug, p,
Todd, O. Richardson, Miss Nelllo
Richardson, Miss B Ilarkor, Miss M. '
Harrison, Miss 15. Ilaikcr. Miss M.
Harrison, It. Armcnnn, Geo. Ai toenail,
Al I,ong, U Linn, P, Gieenwell, Mrs
Groenvvcll, .Miss M. McCubbln, H. K
Ilrjant, Mrs, Ilrnnt, Chas. Lincoln,
C A. McDonald, James Morso. Louis
(I as par
Per stmr. Claiidltio Tor Hawaii and
Maul ports, Juno 10 Mrs. J. K. Ka
huna, A. M. Drown, C. Andrew, P, K
Steele, S. Lung, M. SUvn, MIbs M.
Dow, J. W. Scailo, Mrs. J. Dow, Miss
M. Wonglcr, Miss A. Drnhnicr, B. V
Miller, L. Lohrlnior, Miss Roso Cuni
mlns, Phil Ng. Wnl Chang. P. Cum
mins, Thos. Cummins, W. Cummins.
J. L CoTtc. C. A. Wright, II. Gray.
Per stmr. Kiiinu ror Knual porta
Juno 20, D, Ilaldwln, J. It. Doin?
I.ib, C Kulillnan, A. Kulilinnn, J. Fer
nandez, M. Fernandez, Small llano,
J. Penelrn, Manuel Perrclra, Autono
Porrelra, Miss 8. Piinlko.i, Miss R.
Por Btmr. Mlknhala, Top Maul and
Mnloknl Krts, Juno 20. J. F. Blown,
Mrs llrown, Krncst Moyors, W. M.
Por stmr. W. (1. HnlUror Kauai
ports, Juno 15. MIbs R. Mnhull.l
Mrs. N. Kalehelolo,
"Zonu, tho queen of snakes," who lu
reality was u joiint; man lu a bide
show of n clieus, Is under anest ati
Wiiterbury, Conn, accused of throwing
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