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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911.
llinwiil.in Third Degree.
Iliiniiiiii) Lodge i, L 0.
All vUlttnn mttinbern of Un
Oritur uri cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodgra
Meet on the
2nd aud 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
.iinnir runiiirrnpr iuciuucu ui
waninc cnuinccna othe. ,,,
CNEFICIAL ASVIATIOK. ciation. cor.
ttAWAIIAN TKIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Moeti every first and third Thura
tajB of cncli nonth at KnlgbU of
Pyttilm Hall. Visiting brother cor
tlally Invited to attend.
It. FOSTEIt, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of R.
I0N0LUIU AERIE, 140, I. 0. E.
Meets an the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each mouth at
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Brretanla and Tort stree't,.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
ttnd. nr.o a. da vis w. r.
WM C. McCOY, Hec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 016, B. P. 0. 1,
Honolulu Lodes No. Bid, D. P. O,
Clka, meets In their hall, on King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday tve
nlng. Visiting Urothera are cordially
Invited to attend.
n v n isiiNnnna, n it.
ai:o t. ulukukl. sec.
WM. KcKINLEY I0DQE, NO. 8,
Meecs every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot I.
Hall, cor. Fort and Horetanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
F. F. KILDEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. II. B.
GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Makes Now, Won
Momath and Liver
Cures tho Kidneys.
SUy In pUc OfWc fr
aro nut 8hur-ons, even though
they are linger plecu .mountings
Tho superior iiKchnnluil con-
striietlon of thn Hhur-ou means
(omfort, durability and elllcl-
Be Sure You Get Sluir-on
A. N. Sanford,
Doiton Building Fort Street
Over May &. Co.
Ladies' Panama Hats
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel ft., opp. Young Phone 3083
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer styles In millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Everything Nw Service Excellent
CYIU1, O SMITH, principal of the
Knpau. school, Is In town
Dlt. 1IUDDY, formerly of Kunul,
has established himself In llllo
OCOIUli: HODIIIlt bus lelurneil af
ter suvuitil months' vucutlun In Eu-
kiic nnd the mainland
ATTOHNKV CAUL SMITH will
leave llllo In tin' middle of July for
nil extended Mention trip In Califor
1)11 COLLINS, of llllo, Is preparing
to go to Kluibeiley, South Africa, mi
the luturn uf Dr Iiwln, who Id on n
T J KOUSMAX, principal of the
t'nlon High School at llnuford, Cal
ifornia, may possibly pay u visit tu
Hawaii during tho vacation term
COMMISSIONS MOIlt of the Ha
waii liquor board Is strongly against
the Increase of liquor snluons on the
big Island nnd will stretch every point
to Keep the number down and dlstour
ni,e new uppllcants
OITS PKAHSON, who was crushed
between u couple of cars at the llllo
bicnkwaler soiuo two inunths ago, hug
so far rotoverid that he U out with
ore of crutches Ho will go back to
work iigalu In a week or so.
MltH I:LI:AN0U HYDK-SM1TH ex
pects to visit Hawaii soinu time dur
ing Septembor, when she will be the
guest of her daughter, Mrs Harold
Dillingham Shu Is at present visit
ing with her sister, Mrs. Alexander
llurieau, In San Francisco
FilAXK I'1;I11H:T and Doctor Shep
herd were passengers for Knhulul yes
terday on the l.urllne, where they
win continue on to llllo in tho Claud
I ne" They are experts on volcanoes
and go to make a lengthy study of
Kll.mca from top to bottom
MAUI RACES TO
BE BEST EVER
Hen Lynns, the well-known Mnulun,
Is In Honolulu iiithusluetlcally recom
mending Hint every lvvir of liorsc-rnc-Ing
be sure and nttend tho Fourth of
July meet at Knhulul
"All previous rum meets are out-
ilasiid by this cnr'H proKrain, snja
lieu, nnd ho follourt up this modest
Klutiinuit with Rome fncts
"Why." continued Itcn, who would
evidently rather see them run thnn
trot, "tin re nru to be fourticn races,
nnd only one of them n trotting race.
in nay nntliliiir of tho blcyclo races.'
In all, the racing at Knhulul on the
Fourth promises to bo very Interesting
nnd exciting Thero nre live of
O'ltcurke's horses from llllo cnttred.
as will us two or tlirio from Honolulu
nnd the Coast, betides the Maul borses,
Tho grnndKtnnil nt tho Knhulul
course hns In on changed around to the
windward side, and those viewing the.
races wll' not linvo to contend with the
annnjlng dust, as tllil thoie who nt-
tiniUd the races last cnr. Another
Improvement Is the mnklng of the
track a regulation nno by cutting out
somo of thn slurp turns.
HAWAII PAYS OUT
Hdltor livening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n:
Well did our ex-Governor call the peo
ple's attention to the enormous profits
on thn lire Insurance they aro paying
annually to the home ottlces In the
BUtes and foreign countries. Mr. Car
ter said he had not the llgures before
him, but that they were, excessive. The
llgures ore not dltllcult to get.
Here they nre for tho ytnr 1009, as
pir report of the Insurnncu commit
sloiiir. llr Conkllng: l'nmlums paid
In 1K09, l,y tho drur public, J44S,0'J5 44
loiseh paid by tho Insurance people,
$3.09(i CO. The figures for 1910, as
published In tho Honolulu papers some
few mouths since, show but llttlo dif
ference In the sl70 of the profits Just
think of It nearly a half million of
dollars profit In onn earl
In n mainland pnptr Inter I saw fig'
lire to show the profits for the whole
of the ttnlted Ktntes for that year, nnd
thev weio onli G per cent. What does
It figure out lure? Just try It and
see- uiiirer 1000 per cent. Tuxes 1 per
ctut, and what u kick If nn attempt
Is uiadti to raise them! Yet lire Insur
iiiiin rates hero aro from 1 to 2 per
tent nn brlik buildings to C to g per
cent on wooden buildings. An nrtlcle
In Kali Francisco papers n few months
slum stntid that the commercial bodies
then hail, thiough kicking, secured a
reduction In lire rules of homo 20 per
tent Hero our similar bodies nre si
Knt Yit tho liisuruiiio companies In
form them that If better futilities for
putting out tires aru suppliid the lire
dc put fluent, rates will be iiduiid,
l'ruhnbly u tax of neaily it half mil
lion dollars pi r annum Is of too small
consideration to do something Well,
lliey ale all In the business, anyway.
It Is not Urn mall from New York that
fixes these rates They are fixed light
lit-iH In Honolulu by our friends And
wlillu we sleip, SUS.OOO Is lollectid
floiii us mill remitted to the homo of
llte annually Yit the rules uro bused
on tin rlNk, the ilsk is ai rived at by
the pi oli. lido losses, and tho piobuhle
losses mo llgured nut by losses uf the
past J AI. M
W e l I j U u 1 1 e 1 1 n It per year,
r'ertonsl attention is all orderi.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Lovt)
' ' ' - - " ' I, . , ...f-,.... -r- t- ' i '
CREW WITHOUT WATER
VESSEL CALLS IN DISTRESS
Alex. T. Brown From Pucjet Sound for Valparaiso Awaits
Word From Owners May Be Necessary to Discharge
Lumber Inter-Island Steamers to Depart With Many
Passengers British Freighter Here With Coal.
Sailing In n leaking ahln with a, to establish, )iulntan ami enforco
,,,... m,u. of .irliiklnt? watert such quarantine regulations ns may
... .. . v. . ''State against contagion or1 Infection
from I'ugot Sound mills with lumber . ,.,7 . .... ,,,,.. r
lestlned for Valparnlsct Chile, was,
towed Into tho harbor enrlj this
morning and her skipper, Captain T
D Mackny Immediately lten..tca to ' ", ;;e - ,;;, '3t
get Into cunununlcatlun with liU own.,, , . ..,. .t,w. ..i.
.. ,, m . a I
er"".,,0.,rl"lC."'' ,..... J
f nt'nnnn r... .V , ,i i
cargo of 910.000 feet of lumber and
cleared from l'ort Townscnd, Wash,'
on May 7th Water began to mnko
Its way Into tho hold on Juno uth.
Ihen followed n dally battle with the
deep green water by the aid of the
pumps. The crew was kept constant
ly at work. Ah the water appeared
to bo getting the best of the men
tho dmikoy englnn was rigged up and
this severed for n tlmo to keep down
tho ndvnuclug flood. Through care
lessness, the pumps finally becamo
connected with the tnnkg used to sui
ply tho men nnd ship with drinking
wntcr. The precious fluid was forc
ed overboard before the loss was ills
covered. An examination revealed tho fact
that tho tanks had been tilled with
salt water While a limited ipiantltv
of tho needful beverngu wan seemed
by tho assistance of n small luipro
Captain Mackay realized that to
puisne, tho voyage to tho South Ame
rlcin port under nuch a serious liaiull
cap wus out of the ipiustlou.
As ho ncaicd the Islands, ho set his
course for Honolulu. Pending n reu
ponso from his owners, tho vuhsuI lni3
been moored In tho stream.
There Is a grave iiosslhility (lint u
portion of tho deck load of lumber
may be discharged hero. This step
will be more fully determined after n
diver has completed his Inspection of
Captain Mackay stated to a II u 1
letln representative this morning
that the leak appeared of u Midden
ness that was sturtllng. The vessel
was well on the way down from the
coast when water was first discovered
In tho hold.
lly noon tho following Monday night
feet of water had found Us way Into
the vessel, Hand pumps were rigged
and kept going night and day,
A steam pump was also started and
desptto all this effort nude tu lid the
vessel of water, It never went down
below II vo feet during tho voyage.
When the pumping ceased, measure
incuts showed that water was mall
Ing its way into the hold at tho rata
of between flvo and bIx Inches overy
Tho Hchoouor Is owned by tho flbho
Navigation Company of Seattle, Wlillo
the water tanks held llueo thousand
gallons tho mlxluru of salt water re
sulled In stalling the lot fur drinking
purimsps. At n lato hour this after
noon Captain Mncluty had not jet
heard from her ownerB.
That Ban On Hawaiian Fruits.
Tho California Btato Commissioner
of Horticulture has goiro Into detail
vvllh tho coasting steamship compju
lea concerning thn fpinraiitlno Impos
ed ngalnst fiults and plants from Ha
waii, as Is Indicated In a letter which
has been received by tho local agents
for tho MaUou Navigation Company,
the Oceanic Steamship Company mid
tho I'nclflc Mall,
Tho notice reads as follows:
Under and In piirsuuuro to nn Act
of Lcglslntura of thu Statu of Cali
fornia, nppioved March 25, 11)03, und
Acts amendatnr) thereof, It is thu
duty of the Statu Commissioner of
Horticulture or (ho Slnlo of Califor
nia, by and with thu approval of tho
Governor of said Stain of California,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 ' Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( MonrRourje Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
bo deemed nercssaiy to protoctthe
by Injurious illheases. Insects or
AND IT IB TlinURFOIti: NIKS
SAKY In oidor to ninlntaln such ifunr-
il livvn. rill hub, iiiuiiirt, nivn liii-
tings, grafts, scions, buds, frultplts,
'"' vegetables or other articles of
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latum be Inspected by such Commis
sioner, or by a deputy or other olll-
ctal properly appointed to make fliuh
AND WHi:iti:AS It is necessary In
rendering effective such Inspection of
such articles uf horticulture that In
spection mid examination shall bo
hud of all trunks, valises, hand-bags,
satchels, Biilt-catcs, boxes, packages
or parcels of overy kind and charac
ter upon nrrlvnl of tho ship at tho
port of entry Into the Statu of .Cali
fornia, AND WIU'.ItnAS It, Is tho duty of
Steamship Corporation nnd Company
operating tho ship or vessel heielu
above referred to, to prevent and as
sist In preventing the Introduction In
to tho Statu of California of any such
nrtlcles of horticulture which aro lia
ble to bo Infested with or being nf-
fected by Injuiliius disease, Insects or
NOW, THi:ni:FORK, passengers
are hereby notified Mint said pnssen
gors must open In tho presence of tho
pioper officer representing tho State
Commissioner of Horticulture of tho
Stuto of Cnllfornla, nt tho ioit of San
Francisco, nil the personal baggugo
nnd effects of nil kinds and nature
whatsoever of said passengers, and
penult said olllcer representing said
Stato Horticultural Commissioner to
Inspect tho contents ot said personal
baggugo and effects, for the purposo
of examining and Inspecting any
plants, shrubs, vines, cuttings, grafts,
scions, biiils, frultplts, fruit, vegeta
bles or other articles of horticulture,
treo or plant growth contained lit or
annexed to said personal baggage aim
Tho term nrtlcle of horticulture
used herein Includes and Is Intended
to mean nil shrubs, trees, phmti;
vines, cuttings', grafts, scions, buds,
frultplts, fruit vegetables or other
articles of horticulture)
Tho term personal baggage and of'
frets used herein means nnd Is In
tended lo Include all trunks, valises
satchels, null-cases, boxes, packages
rolls, mats, bundles, baskets and any
nini nil other nrllclcs containing pei
tonal envois of said passeugcis,
Alden Dr.vse May Return in Spirit.
Wlillo the vonerablo bark Alden
IU'sfc, may novcr return to Honolulu
In reality, thero Is n lively chance
of tho photographic likeness ot tho
onco well known windjammer being
seen by thousands of this f. Ity who
linvo become ndlctcd to "moving plc-
The Sellg Company, ono ot u bcoio
or more concerns engaged In tho pre
sentation of photo plays have cnga;
ed the services of tho Alden Ucsso,
now riding at anchor at San l'edro,
California, Lately tho company has
been at work on a series of II ro pic
tures, which they huvd boen making
with the aid of tho Los Angeles city
flio department. The latest film deals
with tlio Los Angeles harbor fire
fighting cuiilpnient. Members of tho
company recently went to Sun
1'edio, tho hurbor Biiburb, whoro thoy
kindled a smoko smudge on tho Alden
Hesse, then summoned tho fircbout
tugs and San l'edro firo engines to
help put out nn Imaginary blaze
Tho Alden llosso film will presently
be released and may be sent hero' for
Lurllne Preparing for Return to tho
The Mntson Navigation steamer
Lurllno Is at Knhulul today taking
on a shipment ot sugar nnd Is ox-
cled will return bore by Saturday
to compluto cargo for the coast re
Tho vessel will sntt tor Sau I'rcn.
Cisco on next Moudnv morning taking
a good list of cabin puBsengeis. Tho
steamer will also he well supplied
with couiilgntnents of sugnr, canned
pines und piobably sumo bananas.
Siberia In the Morning.
The Pacific Mull steamer Slheila
will arrive nt the port nt daylight to
morrow morning nnd work of dis
charging sovcrnl hundred tons Ori
ental" cargo will bo rushed tu com
pletion Tho Siberia comes fiom
Hongkong and the Jnpauuso ports It
Is thu ptoscnt Intention to dispatch
tho vessel for San Francisco on or
about live o'clock tomorrow evening.
There Is room for soventy-flve cabin
passengers nnd bo far less than this
number have booked.
Sheridan Nearlng the Itlands.
According to best available advices
received nt the local quartermaster
department tho United States Army
Transport Stjerldnn from Manila by
tho way of orNngnsnkl, Japan, Is duo
to arrlvo nt Honolulu on Or about
July ttli The troopship sailed from
Manila on Juno 14th, spent ono day
at Matlvnles quarantine station and
then proceeded to Nagasaki for n
consignment of con).
Coal for British Cruisers.
Coal to tho amount uf 3300 tons
taken on board nt Acapulco, arrived
hero by tho Uritlsh tramp freighter
Scottish Monntch, This vessel brings
fuel for tho two two Hrltlsh cruisers,
Kent and Challenger, that are at pre
sent visiting tho port. Tho collier
was unable to keep up tho pneu as
set by tho Kent. Work of coaling tho
Kent wns begun this morning
The bark Andrew Welch has com
pletcd a very Blow passage to San
Francisco nrrlvlng . nt tho Golden
Gate, jcBtorday after n trip that con
sumed tho better pnrt of 26 days. It
addition to a small shipment ot sug
ar, tho gallant windjammer carried
a number of pasi.engerB Including
several theatrical per foi mors.
Captain Zecder of tho Siberia will
apply for the remission of tho flue
InifKjscd on him because opium wns
found on board tho vessel. His ship
will bo In iHirt tninoirnw and Thomp
son &. Wilder aio arranging for tho
IN FOREIGN PORT8.
Wednesday, June 28.
SAN FRANCISCO June 28, 1 p. m
Sailed, S. S. Persia, for Honolulu
SAN FIIANCISCO Juno 28: Arrived
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco June 2.
TACOMA Juno 20: Sailed, Sc. Itob
prt Lowers for Honolulu.
HILO June 24: Sailed, Schr Ktliel
Zane, for l'ort Townscnd.
HONOII'U Juno 24: Sailed, Schr
Lyman D. Foster, for l'ort Town-
Tho Hrltlsh cruiser Challenger, which
arrived In port sesterday, left tho
iliiai iintlno wharf this moriiliigg ut 10
u'cloik, going to tho naval slip and
docking alongside btr sister ship, thu
The commissioned officers of tho
Challengir are all Hngltsluncii, while
the' other men aboard ure colonists
from Australia. Keen, good-natured
rivalry exIotB between tho two IJrltlsh
fuitlons, und some crnckerjack cricket
games uro expected to bo seen during
their stay, both crowds participating
The Ililtlsh collier Scottish Monarch
Is now supplying both ships with coal
nnd supplies, nnd from nil signs will
pot ho through for several days. In
the miantlnie tho nllKers nnd Jackles
nre tnjoying Honolulu hospitality Im
mensely, Thu Kent will glvo n concert nt the
Seamen's Institute tomorrow evening,
and It is hoped tho Challenger will also
take a hand In thu affair by providing
music the same evening with her brass
baud, which Is rated as thu best In the
entire Hrltlsh navy.
PinT.nsON In Honolulu, Hawaii,
Juno 29, 1911, Miriam Clark, iiniug
est daughter of Dr. and Mrs, C, A.
Peterson, of tvphold fever, aged IS
Tho funoral will tako place tomor
row morning nt 10 o'clock from tho
icsldenro of Mr, nnd Mis. A. V, (iotir
128C Kmma street.
FIRST GOLD SHIPMENTS
ARRIVE FROM ALASKA
SEATTLH, Wush., June 20, The
fit st ot this Benson's gold shipments
fiom Alaska wns received by n local
bunk yestcnlay. Tho consignment
was small, amounting to JHO.OOO, but
several more valuable ones aio on
tho way, and local bankets oxiiett
tho gold tecelpts from Alaska this
year to amount to IIG.OOO.IIOO Tho
gold received today camo fiom Fall
hanks and has been In tuusit sluco
"THE SI UMAUH IS I HL IftASURE
i-r OF YOUR HEALTH." I
If there is anv stomach
weakness or Malarial dis
orders try the Bitters at
once. Its results aio cer
tain. (Continued from Page 1)
which reached tho rock bound point
at Kaeun. Tho Inter-Island olllcovvas
berleged by tho spoitlvo Inclined be
sides numerous telephone calls wer
made, nsklug that any old steamei,
bo dispatched for Knhulul on Mon
day evening prior to thu Fourth of
I.nter an announcement was made
that either the steamer Maul or the
Llkellko would bo placed at tho ner
vlto of an exclusion party piovlded
hiilllclinl Inducement was offered III
the a) of piuspeitlvo passengers.
Slucu that time, the sllenco from
tho rank mid file of so-called local
sports has been so dense that It could
bo carved with n meat axo
Manager Kennedy Btuted this morn
ing that ho had about decided to call
(lie matter off. Ho Insisted (hat no
attempt would bo nmdo tu run n spe
clal steamer fur an thing llko a doz
It would appear on tho fuco of It
that talk Is cheap hut It takes real
money to buy steamship tickets, und
tu dato this needful commodity bus
been painfully conspicuous by Its no
senco as far as si grand rush from
local feimrtlvo gentlemen aro concern
After nil, Its up to tho bujs.
Tho stcnmlT Clnudlne howovcr will
sail on Friday night with every cub'
In. taken, Those who through ImsP
ness reasons bo picscut at tho Maul
races will probably take this means
of teaching their destination,
SQUAWK! SQUAWK! THIS
IS SOME CHICKEN STORY!
Twelve dusky brides for a. crate of
chickens' Captain Von Mclhem of
tho stout bark S. N. Castle, says any
I'etaluma isiultry rulser can rival
Solomon by Just moving his chlckcl,
farm down tu any one ot a dozen of
tho South Sea Islands, for which the
Custlo, chlckeuless, balled jesterday.
In addition, the I'etaluma man, or
any ntlyr man who has tho chickens
tu back his ambition, may easily be
come nn Island king. Captain Von
Mclhem has frequently been forced to
decline tho most flatlet Ing otters of
chieftainship, with beaded crowns and
courts, on bended knee.
"I've had n hard tlmo to koep out
of being n South Sea chief," Bald the
captuln lOBtoiduy, "but If I showed
up umong tho Islands ns the owper of
n blood of chickens Instead of In tho
old lole of shipmaster I couldn't pos
sibly escape a crown,
"For twenty oirs," said tho cap
tain as ho signed his cloaranco im
pels jestorday, "I'vo been sailing Ihe
South Seas, but I never sivv tho Is
landers liiloiosled In anything clsons
they aro luteiested Just now In chick
en raising. It used to bo beads they
were ufter, but now they want bench
show chickens, the best thero aro A
cargo of roosters would ho worth u
fortune down there. You can almost
crow ypuiBOlf Into kingship with
these slinplo people,"
Tho Islanders know tho S N. Cas
tle, and when sho glides Into the
coral reefed bay tho shores gleam
with bonfiics and tho offeis of chief
tainship aro i cue wed. Twenty sears
Is a long tlmo In evade a pursuing
crown, nnd Captuln Vou Melheni may
yet ascend a throne. S. F. Chronicle
Now Yoik City machinists who
walked out to enforco their demand
for an olght hour day nro deserting
their leaders and returning to work,
being convinced that the strike Is
Coney ( Garage Automobiles
MeetfAU Inter-Island Steamers
"' RATES REASONABLE
Wednesday, June 28.
Central and South American ports
Scottish Monarch, Ur. stinr., 2 p m
i ' v
Wednesday, June 28.
Hawaii ports Helcne, slmr.,
-Luillno. M. N. H. 8, 5
I'or stinr. W. .0. Hall, for Kauai
ports, June 29 MIfb ll. Akana, Mha
K. Akana, J P. Cooke, Dr. Putnam.
Per stinr. Clnudlno for Unwell
nnd Maul purlB, Juno 30. Mrs. 0 C.
Kennedy, Miss Lucy Frank, V. Hew
itt, Miss I,. Sparks, Mlns W. Saffrey.
Miss A. Knluna, Mrs. C. F. Ilossl, Joe
Leal, J K Miller, W. P Mann, A
A. Kbersolo, Mis Ilbersole, A. II Sll
va, F Kahea, L A. Poiry, C M. llet
Iciicourt, M. I) Freltas, II 'Ferielru,
S Mann, Harry Clark, Jue Ah Loy,
Dan Mnkacnu, Geo, Kaawa, J. II.
Ponto, Miss Holt, J. L Holt, C F.
lloea, W I.ucns, Mrs Lucas, IMIII.
Dunn, Miss U Heist, W Coekott, Vm
Arcla, Mrs. C Fraga, Miss H. Achoiig
Mrs, J. Hush, J. 1). McVeigh, J. I)
McVeigh, Jr, Miss (I. Itoiecrnns
Mrs. T. M. Church, Mlsi A. Morso,
Miss 1,. Howlln, Mrs, Wilbur. Miss
Mntm, Miss I Akeo, Miss 1- lleek.
Miss Alice Harper, Ilebecca Johnson,
L. K. Smith, Itev C. Ilinnhani, Miss
M. K. Cook, Miss M P. Cook, Miss
II. Makey, Mlsa F Hewitt. Miss 11
Knu, MltH Holsteln, W. Henderson,
fleo, Hockley, Miss Llojd. Mlfls I.y
tctt, Miss i;. Kolb, Mrs. Muoney, Mis
A W Hoso, Mrs. II. Wllnhms, Miss C
Klnnoy, Mlsn,Mny Weir, J. L. Cook,
It. S Norrls, A. Williams, Itev. H. H.
Turner, J, Fernandez, II. Acliong, M.
llricle, Mr. Walker, M. Masson, II M.
Per M. N S, S. Lurllne, for San
Francisco, July 3 Mr. Ollson, Mrs
(lllson, Miss L. Dlnklago, Miss Alice
West, C It Wentherby, (leorgo Dun
can, Mrs. Frod Caiter, Mrs, Chalni
eis, Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. Ynnigl
hara, Mrs. K. Hoe Mlsi A ArniB, Mrs
C. L. Hodge, Miss F. Collins, Miss Sil,
Miss lleusner, Miss Mabel l.add, Mlsi
A. '.. lladley, Miss U Day. M. P.
Moebloy, W. C. Merrltt. I). P. Law
lence, A. C. Wheoler, I. M. Cox, J. C.
McCready, Mrs. Louise. Fraln, Mrs.
Mary' I.. Simpson, Miss Mcl'hall, Mrs.
J. P. Mcl'hall, Miss Margaret Moss
man, Mrs, Alice llrowu, lldgar Wool,
Mrs. lMgnr Wood, Mrs. I a. Mar
shall, Miss Kllz.i Howard, Miss P.
Dyke, Miss Nellie C. Wong, Mrs. A
Self Mrs. F. Cressoy, Mlsj U Cou
neau. Miss Oraco Parsons, Miss K
Coleman, Mrs. A. Q. Mnicnlllno, Mrs.
Per stmr. Mauna' Ken for llllo vlv
Way ports, July 4. Itev. II. O. do Sll
va, C. Sllva, J. K. Akau, M. Halns, C.
Hedemnu, J. F. llrown, Miss C. Kln
cald. Miss A. Pllho. Mrs., J. P. Bentu,
Miss A. Schowler, Mlsi J. Charles
worth, Miss K. Zimmerman. Mrs.
Cotton, Mib. Dougherty, Mrs. II, Ken
ton, Miss Cnsterllne, A W. Carter,
F. O. Nelson, Mrs. Nelson, C. 1 Pat
ton, J. II. Hind, Mrs. Akana, Mrs.
Desha, Mrs, Kekona, J. M. I-ee, Mrs "
Leo, Mrs, Chapman, Miss Sllva, Mrs.
O. Rose, Miss A, K. Hose, Mrs. Sllva,
Alice Wong, Mrs M M." Souzn, Mrs
II. P. Low, W I Collhoip, Miss A.
Winter, C. Henlnlghniis, K Ahrons
H. II. Ilalclle, MIbs A. Lodenherg, I)
II. Caso, Mrs. Case, Mrs. A. M. No
well, Itev, J. F. Cowan, C. II. Iloje,
P. A. Kreb3, M. Youmnn.
Per stmr. Klnati for Kauai ports,
July !. Mro. K. A. It. Itoss, Miss O.
Hofgaard, Harold Hitchcock, W.
Pratt, A. Wilcox, A. II K. on Holt,
J. A. Aklnn, S. Mott-Smlth, Geo. O
Puller, II. Mott-Smlth, C. Kliton, Mr-i.
Hlston, Miss Millard, Miss Phluuoy,
11 Stewart, Mrs. II. M. Ho, Mrs. Jno.
Dougherty, J, A. Dirrup,
Per stmr. Mlkakala, for Maul mid
Molokal ports, July 4. Miss Mover,
A. V. Haves, Miss D Orldler, Mlsa
M. Clark, C. P. Dodgo.
Per stmr. Mauna Ixia for Kona nnd
Kan ports, July 7. Mrs A. M, No
well, Mrs. II. llerndt, Mrs, C. P. Han
sen, Itev. A S. linker, Mrs. 11. p. Ra
ker, I). I Wlthlngton, F. II McStock
cr, Miss Alice Hrnns, J. F, Drown,
Mrs. Walau, Mrs. Wlthlngton.
1 ' 4
Dlx at Seattle, out of commission.
Logan, fiom Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May '12.
Sheridan, from Manila, for Honolulu
and San Francisco, Juno 14,
Sherman, urrlved 8. F, June 11,
Crook, arrived 8. F. Apr, 13.
Diiford, from Honolulu for Manila,
Coming With a Mainland Mall.
Tho next mall from the mainland
lo arrlvo at Honolulu will bo brought
by tho Pnclflc Mall steamer Persia.
This vessel sailed fron) Sun Fran
cisco jesteiday afternoon aud accord
ing to schedule Is dun to urrlvo hero
on July 5th, Tho Persia may' land n
few lajover passengers. '