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EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911.
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' lluitull.iii 'I Mini Degree.
Harmony Lodge No. I, 0.
II. S. SimcI.iI.
I AH Waiting membern of tk
I Order ire conllalljr Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
ini it r runtiif rrw siziuutim vi
wRninc rnuincLna n, ..,
JENEFICIAl AFCIATIOK. ciatiom cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, Ko. 1, 1. 0. H. H,
Meets tyerjr first and third Thura
tays ot tMii h uontU at Knlgbti of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! cor-
ially invited to attend.
H. FOSTER. Sachem.
B. V. TODD, C. of It.
B0N0IU1U AEHIE, 140, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
tleretanta and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagle are Invited to st
unt GEO A. DAVIS W P.
WM C. McCOY, Sec.
SONOLUIU J.0C6E, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolntu Lodge No. 61(5, B. P. O.
tike, tucttH In their hall, on Kins
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
tavlted to atten'
i) p it isnNnntta. r. it.
ai:u T KLUIHlEL, Sec.
WH. MoKINLEY LODGE, 1J0. 8,
Meeu every 2nd and 4th Baturday
evening' at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretauta. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KILBEY, O. C.
G. A. JACOUSOK, K. R. 8.
THE CHEAT BENJAMIN C0MP01SD
Makes New, Kith
Stomach and Liver
Cures the Kldnoys.
luyln JiK Oi-cv lie fait
urn not Khur-ons, cm n though
' they uiu linger piece mounting.
Tho superior mechanical con
Kti nt tlon of the yiuir on humus
(onifort, duralilllty nnd tlllcl-
Do Sure You Get Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May Co,
PALM BEACH HATS
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3088
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
f New Stylish Hats
Summer styles In millinery at par
DOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Everylhlna New Service Excellent
Dashing Passenger of Persia
Repeated Sensation She
Mrs C 1 Conger, who attracted
much nttenllun In Honolulu early this
veur uk thi dnughtrr of Prof. Perrln,
tliu lulmlst. nml who flguri-d nt the
Klrmcss noticenbtv, nttractcd still
more attention on her recent ouge
from tbo Orient to San Francisco, nc
cording to the Snn Francisco news
papers lh.it arrived today. The Sin
Francisco Call says:
' Tho voyage home of the liner Per
sia which arrived here yeHterday
from tho Orient, was enlivened by
tho presence on board of two talented
w oiiKii, who gnvo freely of their tnl
entx for tho entertainment of their
fellow passengers Olio of them, Mrs
Ho U Conger, who was Miss Edith
Fitch, one of tho pretty daughters of
Colonel Honr,v S Fitch, caused n
pleasing and perhaps lather stagger
ing sensation us far as some of the
missionary passengers wore concern
ed, when she appeared In n Merry
Widow costume at the fnncy dress
ball which was held Wednesday night.
The other fair entertainer was thu
Countess Jrma do Lopomme.
Mrs. Conger, whoso sister, Vera
Fitch, attempted suicide In New York
last fall under inthor sensational cir
cumstances, made her professional
debut nt llammerstcln'a In New York
last fall, but does not know whether
or not sho really wants to go on tho
stage. She left Now York us soon
ns bnr sister was out of danger and
has been traveling In Japan over
Her husband, from whom sho ad
mitted yesterday that sho had separ
ated. Is tho son of tho Into E. II. Con
ger, former United States minister to
China Young Conger Is now In Cnn
uiln When tho pussengors lauded
nrly yesterday morning they were
Mill talking about Mrs Conger's
.Merry Widow costume In which she
made such a hit nt the funcy dress
hull Hut ns Mrs. Conger herself
Whv make a fuss altoul that?
Theie was cry little to It."
TO STUDY OLD
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and It Is it source of surprise to tho
geologists of Europe that America has
gleen so little attention to It. It was
pnrtl from it feeling of patriotism that
I was Induced to undertake this work
ut this time, for I tin rutber reluctant
to leave Italy Just now when tbo most
lntrixtl!ig phenomena are likely to
oecur Hut Prof. T A. Jugger Jr. of
tin Maxsuebusetts Institute, to whom
thu credit for the organization of this
exposition Is due, was so Insistent that
ut an undertaking tills Imestlgatlon
Another noNtl Instrument which Per
rt t n 111 employ Is a sort of geological
stethoscope, by means of which the
fulnl subterranean sounds and rumb
lings hundreds of feet below the sur
fuec arc made uudlblo nnd can bo
studied uk n surgeon makes a diagnosis
from tho pulsations of tho heiirt These
sounds are then transmitted to a pho
nograph cj Under nnd may bo repro
duced nt will ..
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Tuesday, June 27.
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 27: Arrived,
S. S. Sierra, 0:35 n. m , henco Juno
SAN riUNCISCO Juno 27: Arrived
B S. Wllhelinlnn C;45 a. m , honco
SAUNA CUIJZ Juno 2fi: Arrived, S.
S Mexican, from Illlo, Juno 12.
VICTORIA Juno 27: Arrived, S. S.
Makiira, henco Juno 19.
Mounday, June 26.
SEATTI.K June 21: Sailed, S, S,
Alaskan, for Honolulu.
HAN FRANCISCO Juno 21: Sailed,
H. H. Fnterprlso, for Hllo.
FOIIT IlltACHl Juno 24: Arrived
Hk. 8. C. Allen, henco May 29.
HF.ATTM: June 24: Arrived, S. S
Hllonlan, from Seattle
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 25- Arrived
8 S Arlrounn, from Sun Diego.
MONTCItnY Juno 24 i Anlved, 8
S Hosecrans, hence Juno 15,
HANA Juno 25: Arrived. Schr. Ho-
nolpu, from Snn Francisco.
i a e
Mr and Mia. W. A. SparkH of Knhti-
lul nurferud unother - loss Monday,
who uthelr llttlo daughter died of In
nomination of tho bowels. Thin Is
Din third child Mr. and Mrs. Sparks
hnvp lost In the past few years, which1
makes It especially sad The f uncial
wus held from tho Church of thu
(loud Shopheid Tuesday afternoon
The sympathy of tho community goes
out to Mr nml Mrs Sparka In their
sad beieateineiit. Maul News.
Wkl J II ulle tin II er jear.
Personal attention to nil orders.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
Pacific Mail S. S. Asia Disaster Found Due to Carelessness
of Third Officer Johnson, Who Is Believed to Have Failed
to Keep Proper Lookout Tenyo Maru In From San
Francisco Lurline Brought Tourists and Mules
Mauna Kea Departs With Over Two Hundred Passengers
The fnto of Captain Harry Oau-
krogcr, who was well liked by thosn
who have to do with shipping nt tho J
lort ot Honolulu was a matter of;
much Interest Judging from tho In
quiries launched nt tho officers In the
Toyo Klscn Knlsha liner Tenjo Mu-
ru, Immediately upon arrival or tho
big- Japanese vessel from San Fran
cisco ttils morning.
While master of the Pacific Mall
sjeamer Asia, Captain (laukroger
made n host of friends here ns well
Tho little Ilrltlsh skipper has been
before n Hoard of Inquiry nt San
Francisco which had to do with seek
ing n cause for the stranding of the
Asia on Finger Ilock. The bonrd
completed Its findings nt tho time of
sailing of tho Tcno Maru for Hono
lulu. It has placed tho rcsiionslblllly
for tho disaster on the failure of Third
Oinccr Johnson to keep n proper
lookout. Tho board found that tho
weather was clear shortly boforo tho
Asia struck and that Johnson should
have seen Tnl Shun Island, where
Finger rock Is located, us tho Island
rises 750 feet ubovo sea Icel
Captain Hurry (laukroger did not
er.capo scot free Tho board held that
he nuide an error of Judgment In
steering so lino n course In a locality
so dangerous without being on tho
bridge himself. The board ulso
strongly condemned the watch ss
tem In voguo on the Asia nnd us n
result of this condemnation tho un
derwriters piobably will Insist on u
Consul (Icneral Walter It. Hcarn
presided at the Inquiry nnd with him
on the boa i d wcio Captain It. Mc-
Kenzlo of the Ilrltlsh steamer Strath
beg and Captain Vincent Harper,
master of the Ilrltlsh steamer Itov'
eric. Captain Howe of tho Ilrltlsh
steamer Hornby Cjstlo was to bate
been on the board but the receipt of
sailing nrdeia pievented.
The Investigation was In private
but at tho close of tho hearing thu
board made public Its findings, which
will bo forwarded to the hoard of
trade In Loudon. The findings weio
That Captain (laukroger niado an
error of Judgment In steering such a
lino course without being on the
bridge himself, In view ot tho fact
that tho locality was dungcrous and
tho oUlcer on watch n man ot llttlo
experience, holding only second
The bonid found that Captain Gnu
kroner did eveiythlng In his power to
save life and property and that hu
was entitled to special commendation
for so handling matters that no llvcft
Tho board found that u proper
lookout wus . not kept dining tho
morning watch of Apill 23 by thu
third ol!lcr on the biidgo; that io
paid llttlo attention to tho ship's
com bo, anil that up to 5 o'clock tho
weather wns clenr, and nt that time
Tut Shun Island, which Is 7 SO feet
high, should have been seen by Jitlni
Chief Officer J. J. Hill and Second
Officer Thomas wero absolved of ull
blame. The findings concluded:
"The court strongly condemns the
watch system In voguo on this ship,
and If tl)0 first ofllcer had been on tho
morning wnicn, as, is me custom on
Ilrltlsh ships, the nccldcnt probably
would have been averted."
Windjammers Race In Steamer Time,
SAN PKDKO With tho arrival lust
night of the schooner Fearless, Cap
tain I.IIJqulst, and this morning of the
Alert, Captain Hansen, out eight and
nine days, respectively, fiom Helling
ham, an exciting rata between tho
two windjammers down tho coast wus
concluded, with thu laurels won by
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
IT ESCAPE SCOT FREE
Hoth vessels carried 850.000 feet of
lumber nnd both left HeUlnghnm for
Snn Pedro nt the same time.
Captains Uljqulst and Hansen, be
fore lenvlm? the northern port, wag
ered $1 CO on tho lespccllvo sailing
nbllltles of JJiclr vessels. Almost
steamer time was made bv tho
schooners on the voyage, the usual
time froiiillelllngham being nbotit sl
Captain Hansen of tho Alert ro.
IKirts that at 7 o'clock p. in. on June
9, when 100 miles northwest of Point
Concopclon, In latitude 35 degrees 2
minutes, longitude 12 degrees 37
minutes, ho sighted a whistling buoy,
painted red, standing straight up In
the water and sounding, and const!
tilting n seilnus menace to naviga
Tho derelict Fecmed to bo marked
with tho numeral "2" nnd when
sighted wus drifting before the wind
lu a southeasterly direction
Special Kauai Excursion Deferred.
Alexander Hume Ford, excursion
promoter, who under tho nusplccs of
tho l'uhllo Service Association had
planned a special excursion to tho
Island of Kauai leaving Honolulu on
Saturday evening, July 1st, has de
cided to postiKiuo the trip until a lat
er date Tho date was found to seri
ously coulllct with the proposed ex
cursion to Maul for tho Fourth of
It Is the Intention of Fcrd to ar
range foi n rtluiid Kauai trip, tho
voyagit to be made In one of tho
smaller vessels In tho Inter-Island
licet, ami nt a very nominal cost,
Ford will alo endeavor to eliminate
tho undesirable element from the fu
ture visits to Island ports. Steps will
bo taken to discourage the attend
ance of guublers and hoodlums, who
In former trips havo conducted them
selves In a manner to bring discredit
iion the entlra party. It Is hoped
that n party of sufficient numbers can
be arranged Hint will Insure tho ser
vice of u hlcnmer of tho slzo of tho
I.lkellko or tho Maul.
Massachusetts Due on Friday,
(leucinl Freight Agent C. P. Morse
of the American-Hawaiian lino ex
pects tho big fielghter Massachusetts
to nrrivo fiom tho coast on or about
Friday morning Tho vcasel sailed
on Juno 21st uftcr having discharged
a quantity of Cast const coal at Sun
Francisco and Seattle. x
Tho Massachusetts comes hero to
assist lit taking caro ot tho largo
accumulation of sugar nt Maul and
Hawaii poilH Tho vessel has a car
go capacity for cloven thousand tons
sugar. Should thu steamer roach poit
On Friday, It will require less than
tlireo dii)s to load the Honolulu sug
ar, iiinl It Is the Intention that tho
slennier cull nt Port Allen, Knani,
pall, Kahulul and Hllo, remaining ut
island ports about fifteen days beforo
sailing for Delaware Breakwater by
the wuy of the Straits of Magellan.
Tho Massachusetts burns coal and
will havo to replenish her stock of
fuel ut Cornell, Chill. It Is expected
that the trip from Illlo to Delawnio
Breakwater can be coverod In a lit
tle less than sixty da)s.
Paseenger Agent Goodrich Is In Town
When tho Toyo Ktsen Knleha liner
Tenyo Maru came alongside Alakea
wharf this morning, after n pleasant
trip down from San Francisco, those
who went to the wharf oil business
or pleasuio bent, had occasion to rub
their ejes as It awakening from a
dream. Leaning over the rail wus
the familiar features of C, Lacy Good
ilch, n former Jovial und, Inspiring of
llclnl, who for years ugone, had held
down tho lid In T K, K. liners us
purser. Many local waterfrontors
momentarily believed Vhnt they had'
been set back some six months In tho
ever-onward parn'de led by Old Fath
It, was the evcr-gcnlal Lacy, all
right, but this time ho was traveling
In n suite do lux, with a private
secretary nnd the customs men
do say that tho score or more formid
able pieces of luggage cntno pretty
near filling up the ship's baggago
Goodrich Is going, out to the Hast
to brighten things up nnd make
smooth the pathway for Western Pn
clflc Hallway publicity and popularity.
Goodrich nlmost sent "Hill" Head
now purser of tho Tenyo Mnru, Into
tho ship's emergency hospital, when
ho ambled Into tho sacred precincts
of that ofllce early this morning and
calmly asked for "his envelope" con
taining n small portion ot his wealth.
"It was the first time that I ever
had any real money In a T K. K.
safe, that I could rightfully call my
own," admitted Goodrich.
The Teno Maru camo down from
the coast In a llttlo under six days.
The vessel Is to bo dispatched for
.In pan ports nnd Hongkong at flvo
o clock this evening. Doing of for
clgn register, tho Teno Maru left no
cargo. Her cabin passengers number
05, while In the second class there
are also C. The Asiatic steerage has
a list of 137 Chinese nnd Japanese,
a number being deportees from tho
Hut two cabin passengers left tho
vessel at Honolulu, The Jnpnneso lln
or sailed from San Francisco tho day
following the departure of the Lur
line nnd thereforu brought a number
of sacks of Inter mall
A through cargo of about n thous
and toiu is for discharge nt Jnpnn
and China ports of call
Frolicsome Mules Glad of Releate.
Ono ot the largest consignments of
mules and horses to nrrivo nt Hono
lulu In mnny months was Included In
the deck load of stock that wns fin
ally Induced to step ashore from olf
the Mntson Navigation steamer Lur
lino this morning.
When the four-footod passengers
did reach tho Hnckfeld wharf" and
thcro wero ono hundred nnd fourteen
of them they acted llko n lot of fro-
llcsomo youngsters who had been re
leased from school. It required the
expenditure of much persuasion, pro
fanity nnd inspiration to get tho
equities started on tho downwind
pathway to tho dock below. Once
there, they came pretty near owning
that portion of tho wharf whore they
were temporarily confined.
Captain Wecdou leports pleasant
weather during the six day trip down
from Snn Francisco. Forty-six cabin
and six second class passcngors ar
rived In the vessel. It is gratify
ing to note that a goodly percentage
I.hues had barely been mndo fast
than work of discharging tho three
thousand tons general cargo Includ
ing hay, grain, machinery, ccnuent
and merchandise began In earnest.
Castle and Cooko Intend to dispatch
the Lurllno for Kahulul on Thursday
evening. Thero Is 750 tuns freight
to be left at the Maul port which Is
'believed will not require ovor one day
to complete. The Lurline Is expected
will return to Honolulu by Saturday
The vessol Is now scheduled to de
pal t for tho coast on July 3rd.
Tho fi eight list also Included ten
automobiles for various local Imixirt-
Purser Charles II. Warren Is the
possessor of perhaps the first certlfl
cute Issued to a wireless operator
touching ut Honolulu. Warren has
Just passed with a high rating, a se
vere examination as a wlielesH opor
ator. He was closely questioned con
corning his knowledge of tho appara
tus and his Intimacy with tho codes
and rules and regulations pertaining
to wireless business. Tho examina
tion follows the passage of a new
Federal law requiring ull operators
to qualify beforo July 1st.
Tho Lurline arrived at tho jiort In
chaigo of n new chief engineer In
tho person of H. Hylntt, who super
cedes Chief Knglneor ForbeB, trans
ferred to the Wilhelmlna with tho re
tirement of J, Darker. Hylntt was
formerly first assistant In tho Lurllno
and hus been associated with tho Mat
son Company for a number of years,
, A mall amounting to 2G7 sacka was
landed with dispatch, though tho Ja
panese liner Tenyo Maru brought
files and letters of later date.
Two Hundred and Fifty In Mauna Kea
Two hundred and fifty-six passon-
gerB wore given passage to Muni unit
Hawaii iiorts this morning beforo the
Inter-Island steamer Mauna Kea pull
ed away from her wharf, bouiul for
(i. miiu nu n,,tn.
At least one hundred and soventy-
flve cabin pusscugers boarded the
vessol. A large number weio con
tent to accept mnttiesses on deck In
lieu of a cabin, Three and four In
a room was the rule- on tho Inter-
Island flagship us fur as Luhuina or
McGregor's nt least. A good percent
of trnvoleis will leavo tho steamer nt
tho several Maul ports ot call.
Deck passenger accommodation wns
ulso at n premium. Many ot the ap
plicants cume from school children
returning to their Island homes with
tho conclusion of the school tern. Tho
steamer carried a fair quantity of
2185 editorial rooms 225G
business (iflle-c. These lire the tele
phone numbers of the llullutlu.
Government Will Build Such
Pier Out From Fort
A reinforced solid concicto wharf,
probably tho first over made for the
It. S. Uovprnment, will soon unnergu
construction, extending ul from Fort
Armstrong fnr Into tho Honolulu
This wharf, unlike any other, will
be entirely froom from wood hut but
the one exception whero It will be
needed for buffeters In front
Overall It will be 210 feet in length,
with n pier head of 175 feet, giving
it a T shape.
'the piles used are to he those pat
ented by Cupt. S. F. Hurbank,
Corps of Knglneers, U. S. A
Two thousand such piles have been
used in constructlna the bases fur
thost of tho latteries tin llicso Islands,
They are made from CnpL Hurbank's
own formu.a of rcer.roH.cd concrete
titul are shaped mid moulded in
frames and clamps of hU own Inven
tion. The concrcto Is reu&foried by nine
Iron rods, tho one In the center being1
of 1 Inch diameter, vvhlle the ol'it
placed ul equal Intervals t-rwmds the
outer idgo rf the p'le nro a little less
In thickness. Encasing those outer
rnds Is u spiral wiupnlni, of wire,
nddlng .irontly to thit iCMiiVrceiucm
The piles are allowed to set nnd sea
son about thirty days, which allows
them ample time to becomd thorough
ly hardened and solid throughout
They ore 45 feet In length, 10 Inches
In diameter ut the bottom, gruduutlng
to 12 Inches at the top
The pile Is pointed nnd driven with
n 7500-pound steam hummer to u
depth from 15 to 30 feet, according
to the condition of the bay bottom, 20
feet being about the uverage depth,
Quito u hid of dredging will have to
bo done, however, before souio of tho
piles can bo driven ut all lllds for
this dredging have been advertised
for by Captain Putnam of tho Kugl
ncer Corps and will bo opened July
The top of tho whnrf will bo reen-
forced conciete slabs, set similar to
the method employed In flooring iv
enforced concrete buildings.
Tho constructing will be done by
government day labor and will bo !in-
Ished In about six months. The cost
Is estimated at between $35,000 nnd
This wharf will make nn excellent
torpedo boat station, being protected
ulong with the harbor mines and
mine-planting boats by the guns of
Hulldlngs will ulso be constructed
suitable for machinery used by the
mine's and torpedo boats.
Many other harbor Improvements
lire being contemplated to niako I coin
for tho many vessels that nro bound
to Inhtibtt these waters following the
opening of tho Panama cnnnl.
LOCAL AMD GENERAL
Tho City nnd County Supervlselrs
Miss Kmniu Hnbcock, who has been
teaching the Kindcrgnrlen on Maul
for two j cars, lias gone to tho Coast
Theie will hu no band concert to
night, Tho Hawallnn band will play
thin afternoon nt tho rosldence of Mr
and Mrs Theodore Hlchards.
Mr. Walker had n severe fall from
his horle last week, while riding
home from Hoea Mill, but fortunately
sustained no Injuries. Kohala Mid
get. The Womnn'a Guild of St, Andrew's
will meet ut tho residence of Mrs, C.
Montague Cooko, Jr. Manoa, Valley,
this ntternoon at tlireo o'clock. The
Manoa car leaves the l'unujiou corner
at u quarter to threo.
gulling lost evening for Illlo via
island ports, the Aincrlcun-Hawallan
steamship Columbian la duo to leave
that poit for Sallua Cruz not Inter
than July 6th. The Columbian will
load tho regulation twelve thousand
BY U. S. A. T. THOMAS
Tho transport Thomas which leaves
San Fianclsco, July, for this port, will
bring two battalion ami batteries, D
and V., at tho first field artillery, to
be Installed with headquarters, band,
animals, guns and equipments at the
After being brought from the enst,
tho Presidio ut San Francisco has
been made their temporary headquar
ters until u permanent detachment
could he given them.
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
I PA88ENQBRS ARRIVF.D '
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Per M, N. S. 3. Lurllno from San
Frnnrlsco Miss L. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Otto A. lllerbuch-und child, F. II.
Drown, Mnrwton Campbell, Muuricu
It. Cuiey, Mrs, Gcorgo Castle, Miss
Dorothy Castle, Mrs. Kate Chapman,
W it. Colthnrp, J, I. Coojier, Wamor
Dassel, Miss A. Decker, L. I). Down
ing, David Kwallko, Mrs. A. llnitman .
and Infant, Hubert Hendry, Dr. Ilor
don, Miss L. E. Johnson, F. A. Kilbs,
A, Landgrobc, C. Mlehtsteln, Mbs
Myrtlo I. Moore, P. A. Pertett, J. I,.
Itenton, J. Q. Huberts, W. M. Hub
erts, George Hodlek, Miss C. Hosen
stein, Mrs. M. H. Snckett, W. K.
Hchulzo, Dr. II S. Sheppnrd, Mrs. nil i
Shnnks, Miss Alice Sodcrberg, Miss
n. Stlllmuii, IL Stuart, Miss M. Ves
tal, William Vogt, A. C. Wilcox, Theo.
Wolff, i: L. Youmnns.
Per T. K. K. S. S Tenyo Maru from
Son Francisco For Honolulu: Mr.
ana Mrs. W. A. Hosenflold, Through:
W. T. Adaclil, J. Davis, C. Lacy Good
rich, O. Momma, Y Inoiiye, Klchaid
Irwin, Miss Holla Irwin, Miss Marlon
Irwin, II. W. Irwin, Jr., Miss II. Istil
knwn, Mrs. P, C. Macauley, Hon. O
Mntsul, Mrs. O. Mntsnl, Master A.
Mntsul, Miss S. Mntsul, Cl.irmico
Penrmnn, U. Price, II, O, Snllsbuiy,
Mrs. nilcn A. Salisbury, Miss n. C.
Scmplc, Miss C, Smith, T. Tukeju
nagl, Miss Mai T. Takoyanngl, Miss
Helen H. Takcyanagl, K. Takcnakn
A. Uycnti, Dr, Franz Wtlsbach, It.
Yezuve, s. Yodn, J. B. Uoyd, Dr. A.
M, Dunlop. Mrs. A. M. Dunlap. W G.
Holllday, H. D. Hopkins, II. F. Lit
tle, Dr, A. Shoemaker, Mrs. Shoe
maker, K. S. Yuan C, W. 8, Afoiu,
II W Howlos, Miss A. Buckingham,
A. I). Collins, Miss I. J. Crowdls, Miss
L. M. Dlckorson, I- I). Hamilton, Mrs
i:. L. Holmnii, Miss I. II. Hugos, M.
A. Kntz. Mrs. M. A. Katz, R. C. Kcl
ley, J, E. Norton, Dr. D. II, Palmer,
n. A. Pratt, W. A. Hosonfleld, Mrs,
W. A. Ilosciiflcld, W. C. Scott, C. I
Seltz, Mrs. T. 11. Tolman and Infant,
Miss L. Tolman, K. P. Thai, C. T.
Tyto, Dr C. C. Walker, Mrs. C. C.
Walker, P. T Warner.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hawaii
und wuy ports, June 27. Miss Eaton,
Mrs. II. Murray, Mrs. Madden, Miss
Madden K. Mndden, Mrs. Cllffe, Miss
Mclnecke, Mre. W. J. Ahrctin, Miss .1
Ahrens, Miss M. Williams, Miss V
Austin, Miss Mary Austin, Miss II.
Woods, Mrs. A. S. Soulc, U. F. Soute,
Mrs. Livingston, J. M. Wutt, Mrs.'
Hurchard, C. Low, Mrs. J. N. S. Wil
liams, Mrs. Williams, U Williams,
Miss Sllvn, Miss M. Holstcln, J. lies
tnnd, Mrs. C. S. Bond. Miss A. It.
Bond, Misses Alice and Helen Mc
Quald, Miss M. nlchtcr, Miss C. K.
Church, Miss Weight, Mrs. Levy,
Edith Baldwin, Miss E. Koala, Miss
It. Nanscn, Miss L. Cathcart, K. I)
Bond, J. T Molr Jr.. A. McKenzio
M. Kicker, W. Hansen, W. Paty, MIsj
L. Ajiderhon, Jessie Do Pontes, G. Da
Pontes, Mrs. O. P. Hutto, Miss E.
Keen, Miss a. Turner. Miss J. Bald
win, Miss 1.. Lambert, 11. Deshn, J,
McCurry, L. Hung, Miss Campbell,
Miss C. Cnuipbell, Miss S. Carter, A.
Hlchley, P. O. Bojer, W. E. Hale, Mrs.
Fornonde7, J. Clement.
PASSENGERS BOOKED I
1 . v
Pcr T, K. K. S. S. Tcnvo Maru for
.lauiin ports nnd Hongkong: Mrs. CI.
Bingham, Mrs I). M. Ilrunihellcr, Miss
L. Gardlnor, Hov. II. "B. Klmuia, W
I). McCrackan, Mrs. W. I). McCrac
kau, Miss I. Hosekraus.
Per stmr. I.lkellke for Maul und
Molokal iiorts, June 27 Miss Brown
Miss A. Garrtdu, Miss E Hoth, Dr.
II. Hnee, Mrs. Hayes, Miss M. Mey
er. Albeitn Meyers, Lizzie Moeis.
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall, for Kauai
ports, June 29. Miss II. Akana, Miss
E. Akana, J. P. Cooko, Dr. Putnam,
Per stmr Klnnii for Kaunl ports,
June 27. Miss Purvis, Miss Holds
worth, J. P. Cooke, Mrs. W, Frcnr,
May Christian, MIsr Helen SchlnimeJ
fonnlng, Martini Hohron, Mrs, Day,
Miss Carrie Bottcncourt, Mrs, Mas
cott, Miss E. Hastlc, MIsb W. Mong
ler, MlssAllco Cluing, Miss M. Bry
ant, Miss II. Bryant, Miss H. Welbke,
Miss M. Grote, D. Groto, A. Orote,
Hong Kee, Henry Wengler, II.' Bry
ant, I. Douse, J, Daiise, Wong Slug
ir.d Ah Khvv, Francis Gay, Mrs. Gay,
Mrs. G. Hansen, Miss Whltllngtnn, J.
Sehmldt, Mrs, Schmidt, Miss Llzzin
Delnert, Ethel James, Miss II, von
Arnswaldt, Mrs. B. I). Baldwin, Dou
glas Baldwin, Miss Eva Akana, Miss
Dora Stewart, Mrs. Nordmujor, Miss
Nordmojer, Miss Bluckstudt, K, S.
Ahaua, L. Ahann, M. J. Porrelra.
Per stmr. Mlkahala for Maul nnd
Molokal parts, Juno 27 Miss Brown,
Miss A. Onrrldu, Miss B. Hoth, M.
Meyer, Albeito Meyer, Lizzie Meyer.
Mauna Loa Carried Big Crowd,
Every stateroom in tho steamer
Mauna I.oa was crowded when th.it
vessol cast off her Hues ut noon to
day destined for tho Koua and Knu
ports on Hawaii Tho vessol carried
a largo delegation ot deck passengois.
The vessel wns well supplied with
freight, tho greater isirtlon being lum
ber and fertilizer.