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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FrflDAY, JUNE 10, 1911.
llnmill.iii Tlilnl Digri'c.
Honolulu Chapter, It. A. M.
licgnlnr, & p. in.
llnrniunj Chapter .No. I
0. 1.. S.-Regular.
All flatting membarn of tfeo
Order ro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
. ench month
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
(URINE ENGINEERS' 0a0.
BENEFICIAL AJSnp.IATIOH. elation, cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Wo. 1, 1. 0. B. X.
Meets every first aDd third Thurs
Inya of each mouth nt Kulghta of
Pythias Hall. VlBltlng brother! cor'
(Ully lnvltml to attend.
II. POSTER. Bachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of It.
KONOLUITJ AERIE, 140. 'f. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY cventnga of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
BeretanU and Tort street.
Vliltlug Eagles ire Invited to at
tend. ant a davis w v.
wji. c. Jiccoy, Kt-c.
KOKOIULIT LODGE, C1G. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
tiki, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, evory Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to atteni.
n i. n isnNni:rto, n n.
oi:o t ki.ui:oi:u Bee
WH. McKINLEY I0DQE, HO., 8,
- K. of P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Berettinia. Visit
leg brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KILBEY, C. 0.
n. a. jacouson. k. n. a.
THE GREAT BtNJAMlN COMPOUND
Makes New, lllch
stomach and Liver
Cures tho Kldnovs.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
PALM BEACH HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 30S8
6TENCIL PATTERNS and
NEW PILLOW TOPS
New Stylish Hats
Summer styles in millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
WILL COME HERE
More steamships when the Panama
canal In finished Is the prophesy made
to tho Pioinotimi Committee In a let'
ter on which Secretary II P Wood
todn reports as follows:
As the tlmo for tho opening of the
I'nnnmn Canal gctB nearer, Interest
In the Purine Increases correspond
Irmly. The latest Information as to
now lines of steamships Is contained
In the following letter from the Man
ager of the New Orleans Progressive
"I wns very glad to know thnt tho
New Orleans Directory reached you
snfel ami I assure jott It was a great
pleasure to comply with our request
I remember our acquaintances here
very pleasantly and hope that the time
will eomo when I muy return your
I hnvo received n copy of our
Clossronds" Map nnd hno studied It
with n Brent deal of Interest. When
the Panama Canal Is opened, you will
ho to make a now map showing
New Orleans, the steamship Hues run
nlng from this city through tho Canal
to Hawaii and the Asiatic countries
This, Is tho .Mississippi Volley South
Amerlra & Orient Steamship Line,
promoted by the Progressive Union,
mid chattered under tho laws of the
State of Umlslanu. A special law
was enacted ond ratified by tho con
stitutional ote of nil tho people of
the state, exempting all Amorlcnn
Steamship Line operating out of Lou
isiana, from tnxntton, fur a period of
fifteen jenrs. This Is the first prac
tical step taken by nny Btnte In tho
Union for the rehabilitation of tho
Ameilcan Merchant Marine"
Chief of Detectives McDuftle, who
has been working quietly on numer
ous burglary cases which were re
ported to him from time to time, is
now In possession of certain evi
dence which will lend to the arrest
of certain parties whom ho has sus
pected for some time.
Part of tho evidence Is the recov
ery of two packages which apparently
were stolen by a Japanese from Ma
nun. Ho Is now busy looking for the
much-wanted Japanese. He thinks
that i) Itli the evidence he has In hand
he can arrest him In the near future.
TVtii Horn t iirna.(! n in !9 8 n tn
77; ID a in, 81; noun, SO; morning
lijiromoinr. R n m ?lfi flfl ntienlnta
humidity, 8 n. m., 0 27C grains per
cubic foot, relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
ij por cent; uow point, s a. in., G3.
Wind 0 u in , velocity 1, direction
i: i S u in., velocity 2. direction N. E.;
10 n m., eloclty 7, direction N. E.;
noon, velocity 10, direction N. E.
uaininii miring 24 hours ended 8
n in., trace.
Under and by virtue of tho Juvenile
court law, Judge Whitney today ap
pointed the following to serve as pro
bation olllcers: John C. Anderson,
formerly In the road department of
fice and Miss Agnes Muynurd, a
nurso nt Palama settlement. The
former will have chnrim nf H.n iinl,a
and tho latter will look after the wel-
rare or the girls.
Public Servlco Association urnmnt.
era und odlccis mot with government
ami military olllcors nt a luncheon tn
day at tho University Club, with the
dlSCUSslOtl Of lil.lllH fn- tlw Aln M,,....-.
park and of cooperation lietwcen civil
linn military auiuoritics ns Hie pur
pose of Iho meotliig.
I.art'n gold pin Owner can have same
by Identifying pin nnd paying for
this advertisement Apply Mrs,
UraOlcy, 4SG Knuluwtla lane,
results in cases of weak di
gestion are obtained from
because when ordinary foods
do not digest, it provides the
needed nourishment in
highly concentrated form.
is so easily digested that its
strength is rapidly absorbed
by the youngest babe or
most delicate adult.
is the food that strengthens
the race, aix drucciyjs
Perional attention to ell orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (J.i. H. Love)
ALMOST AN ADAMLESS
Captain Houdlettc Remained Behind, While Chief Officer
Trask Assumed Command Sympathy for Capt. Saun
"ders Hoodoo Ship In Port at Last Mauna Loa Off for
Kona and Kau.
The Oceanic steamship Sierra prov
ed an almost Adamless Eden to tho
sctcuty-rlvo women passengers In
thnt vessel who constituted the larger
percentage of a total of but one hun
dred and flvo persons booked for tho
One or two encrusted and enso
hardened bachelors who had Intended
to make a trip to the Hawaiian Isl
ands are said to have made this dis
covery In time- to alter their plans.
l"or the professional woman hater,
the Sierra would have afforded a soit
of perambulating Inferno. To any of
such disposition or trend of senti
ment, theio was no recourse but to
the "Glory Hold."
Femininity, BOine fair, others fat,
nnd few forty ranged tho ship from
fore-peak to stern. They were tho
life of tho ship.
Games, deck sports, concerts and
other forms of entertainment manag
ed to keep the Sierra's accommodat
ing staff of omcers Including Com
mander Trask, Purser Smith, Dr
Clark, Chief Steward Carleton and
others on tho move.
Hut they didn't care In the least.
Purser Smith looked ten years young
er this morning when the steamer
came to quarantine and ho leaned
over tho rail to cheer up Iho little
hunch of customs and Immigration
men In the launch below, Ur, Clark
even forgot that he ever suffore.l
from astluna. The boys In tho stew
ards department decided that lifo still
held Botnc chnrins dcsplto the fart
that an occasional quarantine Is Im
'posed In the Hawaiian IslandB.
In addition to one hundred or more
cabin, eight passengers traveled In
the steerage. A mainland mall of 1(14
sacks arrived. Of some twenty-five
hundred tons freight, there Is one bi
plane and six automobiles, three of
tho latter for von I!amm;Y"ung nnd
throe for Associated flarago.
M. Downs Is now third officer In tho
Slcrrn he having taken the position
vacated through a general promotion
of officers owing to the promotion of
Chief Officer Trask.
Chief Stownrd Carleton nrranged a
very enjoyable children party on the
t,rlp which falrlj tickled tho little
Quarantine Officer. Receive Authority
A cable was received by Dr. Carl
Ramus In charge of tho Federal quar
antine service this morning authoriz
ing him to seek tenders for the altera
tion of the now quarantine launch
which came down from the coast some
The craft Is large and fast, but n
number of alterations wore deemed
necessary before the vessel could bo
placed ill service to advantage. This
work could not bo undertaken with
out first having been brought to the
attention of the head of the depart
mont nt Washington. Tlw new launch
will soon be turned over to a local
ami successful bidder for such chang
es as will be designated by Dr. Ra
mus. It is hoped that the launch
may soon go Into commission nnd
thereby relieve tho steam launch
Oahu which Is In need or repair and
Light Winds Responsible
To a succession of light winds tho
olllcers In tho barkcntlue James John-
sou lay the blame for a long and ted I
ous pasBago from Honolulu to San
rroncisco. Tho vessel was forty
two days In making the run to tho
coast port The barkcntlue finally nr
rived with her 1700 tons Australian
coal after a passage from Newcastle,
N. S. W. thot will go down tho an
mils of marltlmo history as ono of an
almost continues pursuit by u hoodoo.
Captain Dlnsmoro who finally toqk
tho vessel out uf Honolulu Is tho
third man that has commanded the
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
family Trade a Specialty
OCEANIC LINER SIERRA
vessel since It left here nearly a year
ago. The vessel has been damaged
In collision,' .was stripped of sails and
spars In a storm, and lost tho first
captain by death. Tho crew was saved
from starvation n few months ago
through a happy encounter with, tho
Tho Johnson left here July 18 for
Sydney. While In tho harbor of New
castle, the barkcntlue lost Its JIV
boom and strained Ub hull In a colli
slon with tho Norwegian ship Ilia
warra. Repairs were made and De
cember 17 tho Johnson sailed from
Nowcastlo for this port. Captain Jen
sen, who took the ship from here, died
January 23 and was burled nt sen
James Guthrie, the mate, took charge,
but got lost on the Pacific as tho re
sult of trouble with his chronome
ters. Is Charlie Drew Married?
Is Chnrllo Drew, purser of tho Mat
son Navigation stcumshlp Wilhelmlna
a manlnl man?
That Is n question that Is said to
be bothering a lot of shipping men
nt San Francisco at the tlmo of de
parture of the Oceanic liner Slorrn.
His associates on the ship have lit
tle to say, look wlso and smllo when
the query Is propounded. Drew li at
present with the steamer on a trip
to Hllo, Little Daniel Cupid went a)
far as to admit thnt the popular purs
er had taken nut a marriage license
to wed Miss Hazel Keener of San
Frunclsru, but no testimony could he
secured to bhow1 whether or not the
nuptials had taken place unless it
was Charley's beaming countenance)
as Is said to have announced that he
would launch himself on tho sea of
matrjmony when tho Wilhelmlna
again leturns to San Francisco. Still
Ihure aro somo who think that the
ovent occurred beforo tho Wilhelmlna
took her departure from thnt port.
Much Sympathy for Captain Saunders
Honolulu shipping men have much
sympathy for Captain Saunders, now
master of the Pacific Mall steamship
Korea, which is duo to arrive at the
port qn or befoio ten o'clock tomor
row morning. Captain Saunders
seems to bo pursued by a large and
nctlvo hoodoo. The recent grounding
of the Korea ut Yokohama Is a mat
ter that has again brought up tho
possibility that Saunders may bo slat
ed for at least temporary retirement
It Is now understood that the Korea
struck upon a mud hank, tho reportn
from divers showing that little or no
It was only recently that Captain
Saunders was on tho "beach" follow'
tug the grounding of the liner Man
chin la. Just before tho Korea de
parted on her last outward voyage
Captain Saunders was heavily fined
by tho Treasury Department because
of a rich cacho of contraband opium
which was aboard tho steamer.
No Gas on Steam Vessels,
A ruling has been received from
the supervising Inspector general of
steam vessels forbidding passenger
vestols to carry Plntsch gas In cy
llnders. This gas used to bo generally
used in lighting railway cars, and is
still found whero electric lights have
not been Introduced. An order Is nl
so made that all ocean steamers of
600 gioss tons or over must bo equip
ped with an efficient mechanical deep
sen sounding apparatus, In addition to
uio ordinary hand lead.
Inquiry Into Marston Disaster,
An investigation into the abandon
ment of the1 schooner W, It. MarsUin
at sea was held by United States In
spectors Hollos and Ilulger, with Cap
tain James Horsey, First Mute Mux
Illelsoth anil Seaman John Faulkner
on the, stand. The testimony was
"Mont Rouge Wines
that the Marston had been lying up
In the Oakland creek for some time
and left for Honolulu with a heavy
cargo of cement and lumber. ThU
weight soon started the dry seams. An
effort was made to reach first San
Francisco, then Montorey and finally
Port Harford. When tho wind failed,
p heavy sea was running, nnd, as tho
deck was already nwash, the officers
and crew decided they would have to
leave In -order to save their lives.
The. vessel was later salved by a
passing steamer, nnd 'towed to this
port. The case was submitted, ,
Customs' "Boy Scouts" Are Active.
, Mr. Slackable's "boy scouts" des
cended upon the Oceanic steamship
Sierra ImmedlaVely 'following upon
the, liner coming to dock at Oceanic
wharf this morning, nnd It was nearly
noon before the young men, armed
with probing Irons and dnrk lanterns
hnd completed their work of exnmln
rtlon of every available nook and
corner of tho big vessel In quest of
Somo of the more portly of tho men
numbered among tho force of Inspec
tors looked as If they had been under
going a Turkish bath when they
emerged from tho bowotry of the
ship. The search of a ship tho size
of tho Blerrn Is no Sunday school pic
nic H-appearances can be counted up
on ns a criterion. The search this
morning proved fruitless.
"Major" Robertton Will Take a Trip.
Major "Jlmmle" Itohertson, Manag
er of tho Shipping Department for C.
Ilrewcr and Company, and who la on
exceedingly busy man In looking aft
er tho freight offerings for tho Ocean
ic Steamship line, Im planning a brief
holiness and pleasure trip to the
Coast. Mr. Robertson will probably
tako passage In tho Sierra on noxl
Wednesday morning. Ho hopes to re
turn td Honolulu in tho same vessel.
It has been a good long time since
the well known shipping man has had
nn opportunity to nbsent himself from
the mnny pressing duties that fall to
his lot in Honolulu. Wharf Superin
tendent Clarence Crabbe will tako
over a portion of tho duties of Mr.
Robertson during his brief absence,
Tratk at Home on the Bridge.
Its commander Trask now. Thu
former chief officer in the Oceanic
steamship Sierra brought the popular
vessel down from San Francisco ow
ing to the continued Illness of Cap
tain II. C. Houdlotte who nt the In
stance of his physician, Dr. Nelson,
was obliged to remain over at San
Francisco. The command of nn
Oceanic liner Is no new thing for
Trask. Ho was In charge of the
steamship Sonoma until that vessel
was withdrawn from tho Australian
run somo years ago. Captain Houd-
lelto Is expected vll Join his ship
upon arrival at tho coast.
New Motor Boat Rules.
The new rules regulating motor
boats, and effective on July 1, have
beon received by tho steamboat In
spectors. They classify the boats nnd
dcflno tho kind or lights they shall
carry, as well as whistles, fog horns
nnd life saving apparatus, with a new
rule that nM gasoline boats must have
either chemical flro extinguishers or
rufftclent salt or sand to smother gaso
llno flames. Salt nnd sand mixed aro
recommended for this purpose. It Is
also laid down that vessels of every
kind measuring over flvo tons net and
engaged in trade must be document
Korea Will Be Off Port at Daylight
The P. M. steamer Korea, from Ma
nila, Hongkong nnd Japan ports will
bo off the port at daylight according
to a wireless messago from Captain
Saunders received at tho agency of
II. Hackfcld and Company this morn
ing. The vessel will bo given a
prompt dispatch and It Is the Inten
tion to complete the discharge o(
about a thousand tons Oriental cargo
In order that the Korea may sail for
San Francisco on or about five o'clock
tomorrow evening. The steamer will
tako on about thirty cabin passengers
at this port,
According to cables received hero,
a large shipment of sugar that lelt
tho Islands by tho American-Hawaiian
freighter Virginian arrived nt Sa
II da Cruz last Tuesday.
TO AID WORK
"Clean-Up Day" work In the down
town section will be tnken care of by
u committee of business men headed
by K, 11. McStockcr, according to ar
rangements mads by mvinbers of the
Oahu Central Improvement Commit
tee, Tho work of districting the city
and placing committees In charge of
each district is going rapidly ahead.
Responses urn ulready coming In
from business houses to the request
of the promoters of tho movement that
as mnny employes as possible be al
lowed Saturday, June 24, off so that
they can purtlclpatu In tho work.
All Knights of Pythias of this Ter
ritory nud visiting brothers are re
quested to be present ut tho memorial
servlco to be held nt the Hawaiian
I Opera House on Sunday, Juno 18, nt
3 o'clock p. m. ' '
(Continued from Psge 1)
McQuald began drinking when at
Olaa In 1003, according to Mrs. Mc
Quald'a statement, and his caimclly
gradually Increased until it reached
Its culmination on Kauai nnd In
"Mr. McQuald always began drink
ing when he camo home from work,"
asserted Mrs. McQuald, "and then he
would ahuso me and call mo foul
names. IJo would tell the children
that I was a had woman."
Lorrln Audrows Introduced four
letters in evidence after they had
been Identified by Mrs. McQuald as
letters written to her by McQuald
while ho was on Kauai ami which he
accused of her Infidelity and declared
that It would be better for the chil
dren's Bake to "get a divorce quietly."
On cross examination Mrs. Mc
Quald admitted that bIio wns thirty
three years of ago, replying to a
question from Attorney Coke. The
attorney for McQuald went over the
statements made y Mrs, McQuald
bearing uponv tho drinking' propensi
ties or her husband and she clung to
her assertions that he was Intoxicat
ed about half of the time and even
kept liquor in tho mill laboratories of
the plantations on which ho was work
ing. Frank Greenwell, testifying In Mc.
Quald'B behalf, said:
"I never saw McQuald In other
than a sober condition and fully able
to transact business. 1 met him so
cially nnd otherwise"
Replying to a question based on a
statement made on the witness stand
by T. J. Driver, father of Volney C.
Driver, Hint thero w'as a Portuguese
woman In Kona known as "Mary Mc
Quald" because of her friendship with
McQuald. Oreenwell stated that l.o
had never beard the name applied -or
knew of such a person. In his testi
mony Driver stated that practically
everyone In tho district knew the wo
man as "Mary McQuald."
Per O. S. S. Sierra, from San Fran
cisco, June 10. A. Aldliie, Miss Fran
ces Arnold, C. J. Bailey, Miss Helen
Bannon, J, Bruce, C. C Bitting, A. J.
Campbell, Mrs. Campbell, Miss Madge
Casterlln, Miss Leila Catt, 11. B. Cat
ton, Miss Itenny Cation, a. :. Chap
man, Miss Cheney, Mrs. Peter Con
very nnd child, W. It Coombs, Mrs
Coombs,, A. J. Cooper, Dr. H. B. Coo
per Mrs. IC. C. S. Crabbo, Miss Anita
Crellln) M. Casslrfy, J. M- Cunning
ham, Miss Agnes Drahms, Miss Blan
che M. Dwlnell, Miss Anita Ebner, Al.
EdwnrdB, Miss K. Elmes, Miss Mar
garet Gardiner, Mrs. Gladys Clifford,
Mrs. M, A. flooding, N. Halscy, MIbs
Edith Harmon, Miss M. Haseltlne,
Miss Roberta Hoslett, F. M. Hatch
Miss II. Hatch, 11, R Heastand, Miss
Cora Hendrlcksou, It. H. Harvey, W,
H. Harvoy, Mrs. H. A. Howard, Mrs
V. U Holmes and child, Mrs. Arthur
Hudson, Mrs. B. Jacobs, Miss Com
JaenlBch, Mrs. M. E, Janfes, Mrs
Clara Junker, Master Clarence Jun
ker, MIbs Pearl L. Junker, H. Len
non, E. J. Loeb, Mrs. Loeb, Mrs. W.
T. Lucas, Miss Leila McKibhen, Mist
Marjorle Mitchell, Miss Viola Mutch
F, O. Nelson, Mrs. Nelson, C, Neu
mann, Mrs. W. M. Nielson, Miss CorJ
Nllsen,Mlss A. T. O'Brien, Mrs. T
O'Hara, MIbs Emily 1'awla, Mrs. II
G. Plummer, Miss Plummer, Mrs. O
W. Ralnoy, Miss Nellie Ralney, Miss
Frances S. Rumens, Miss Leonora
Salslg, Miss J. Smith, Miss E. Spauld
Ing. L. Solomon, II. U Strange, H. M.
Taylor, Mrs. Taylor, Miss Edlih
Thorpe(MlBS E. E.' Truman, Mrs. ti.
C. 'Wales, Mrs. C. 8. Wallace, J. B.
Wetmore, MIbs Oraco V. Wldomonu,
Miss Augusta Welbkev Mils Bertha
Welbke, Master Charlie Witter, Mr4
E. O. Witter, Miss Elizabeth Witter,
Master Jack Witter, Miss Margaret
Witter. Miss F. Wood, J. E. Wood
bridge, Mrs. Woodbrldge, two children
and maid, F. C. Woodrough, Mr si.
Woodrough and child, J. Wormser,
Mrs. Wormser nnd child, C. D. Wrenn
MISS ATHALIE LEVEY will leave
for tho. coast On the Korea. It is ex
pected that sho will reside permanent
ly In San Francisco,
Mlfs. WALTER HOFFMANN, writ
ing a post card from Aguadora Vera
cruzuna under date of May 31, says,
"Just ofr for Panama. Revolution de
layed us three weeks. Wo saw Diaz
dlo a hard death poetically."
Tho Hands-Arouud-tha-Paclrtc Club
will hold a business meeting at G
o'clock this afternoon.
Weekly Bnlletla ! per year.
Coney Garage Automobiles
MeetJAll Inter-Island Steamers
PKlTiV ' '
Friday, June 16.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8..
Friday, June 16.
Kona and Kdu ports Mauna I.on
Per Bttnr. W. a. Hall, for Kauai
ports, June IS. Miss It. Mahulkt
Mrs. N. Kalehclolo.
Per Btmr, Mauna Loa for Kona and
Kau. ports, Juno If!. Chas. Lufs, Wil
liam Luis, Thos. Luis, R. S. Non Is, i
Miss M. Barn, Miss Isabella Barn, W,
Todd, Clarence Wells, a. Leong, r
Todd, 0. Rlchnrdsop, Miss Nolllo
Richardson, Miss E. Barker, Miss M.
Harrison, Miss n. Barker, Miss M.
Harrison, E. Armenan, Geo. Armenau,
Al Long, I Lino, F. Greenwell, Mrs
aroenwell, Miss M. McCubbln,' II. It
Bryant, Mrs. Bryant, Chas. Lincoln,
C. A. McDonald, James Morse,. Louis
Per stmr. Clatidlne for Hawaii nnd
Maul ports, June IC Mrs. J. K. Ka
lorria, A. M. Brown, C. Andrew, F. K
Steere, 8. Lung, M. Sllva, Miss M.
Dow, J. W. Searle, Mrs. J. Dow, Miss
M. Wepgler, Miss A. Drohmer, B. V
Miller, L. 'Lohrlmer, Miss Rose Cum
mins, Phil Ng, Wal Chang, P. Cum
mins, Thos, Cummins, W. Cummins,
.1. I Coke, C. A. Wright, II. Gray.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports
Juno 20, 7- D. Baldwin. J. R. Doug
las, c Knhlman, A. Kuhlman, J. Fer
nandez, M. Fernandez, Sarah llano,
J, Perrelra, Manuel Perrelra, Antonn
Perrelra, MIbs S. Punlkea, MIbs It.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul nnd
Molokal ports, June 20. J. F. Brown,
Mrs, Brown, Ernest Meyers, W. M.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Wilhelmlna, for San
Francisco, June 21. Miss Ilomoun
Marks, Mrs. L. Marks, Miss Doris
Marks, F. Moulton, Mrs. O. F. Moul
ton, C. F. Schmultiler, Jr.s. Lycett,
Miss HesB, Mrs. J. Fernan
dez, Clara B Townsend and child, Miss
J. Tanner, Miss M. G. Borden, Miss
I.llllail' Sparks, MIbs Pearl Dam, MIbh
L. Grace, Miss Grace, Mrs. Grace,
Miss F. Braverman, Mrs. S. I Brnv
erman, ltev. J. W. Wadmao. Mrs. J
W. Wadman, MIbs M. Wadman, W. P.
Dane, Lester Marks, J. A. Duck (chauf
feur), Miss II. S. Carlson, Mrs. Allco
Landls, Miss L. Johnson, Miss A. At
kinson, Miss Mary E. Suntor, Miss E
F. Welle, Mrs. R. W. Foster, Miss E.
F. Harvey, Miss M. Dowd, Miss E
Vroom, Miss Ella I. Tanner, J. Lime
kenhelmcr, Mrs. J. Llmekonhelmer,
Mrs. M. L. Fay and nephew, Mrs. T.
S. Zesve, Mrs! McPhull and daughter.
Mlsa Slnjpsou.'- Mrs, .Wprthhelmur,
Miss S. N. Sheldon, Miss Ruth Smith.
MIbs G. A. Levey, Miss E. Meyer, Mrs
A. W. Meier, Miss May E. Kcllner,
Miss E. M. Stovcns, Miss E. M, Ar
thur, A. W. Meyer and 2 sons. Miss
Claribel L. BlcJiford, Miss 8. M. Shel
don, Miss MGraham, Mrs. A. C
Phelps, Chas. A. Wright, Fred H.
Kahn, II, J). Phelps, A. C. Phelps, Miss
II. Simpson, J, A. Buck, Mrs. J. A
Buck, Dr, L. Patterson, It W. Kin
ney and son, Miss V. Green, Mrs. Kin
ney and child, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. E.
M. Scovllle, Mrs. T. M. Barrero and
Infant, Stanley Waldron, Mrs. F. U
Waldron, Redvcrs Waldron. Mrs. A.
Q. Hicks, bjrs. I,. M. Booth, J. Glbb.
J, A. Olbb, J, C. Johnston, Mqi. J. C
Johnston, Mrs. C. D. Marshall, Miss
G, Humphrey, Kenneth' Abies, L. C.
Abies, Wm. Rathman, J. R. Dagget,
E. Pollltz, W. C. Green, Mrs. W. C.
Dlx at Seattle, out of commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Manila,
arrived Juno 3.
Sherman, arrived S. F. Juno 11.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 3.
Duford, from Honolulu Tor Manila,
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday, June 16.
SAN FRANCISCO June lB:""Arrlved,
S, 8, Persia, at midnight hence
MANILA Juno 15: Sailed, U, S. A.
T. Shorldan, for Honolulu.
PORT GAMBLE Juno 10: Sailed,
Rrhr. Gamble, for Hllo.
IHLO Juno 12: Balled, S. 8. Mexi
can, for Sallna Cruz.
S. 8. KOREA wll arrive from Yoko
hama,' 6:30 tomonow, (Saturday)
morning and sail for San Frnncisco,
In the afternoon.
New York Cargo Enroute.
Cargo from New York by the way
of Tehuantepec is due to arrive at
Honolulu on or about next Thursday
by the American-Hawaiian freighter
Columbian. This vessel Is roporled
to have sailed from Seattlo yesterday
with destination as Honolulu and Ha
waiian island ports or call,
MTBULLETIN A08 PAY-M