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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, JULY B, 1911.
l.rl Alalia No. :t, 0. V., S.
All visiting meranire oi tae
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of locM lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
SheW 7:30 P. M.
mm EN6IHIERST Jft Aim
EFICIrU. AFSIATIOK. cintioni cor.
iially invited. .
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot each mouth at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother! cor
llally luvtlod to nttond.
JI. FOSTER, Bnchem.
K. V. TODD, 0. ot n.
nONOIDia AEntE, HO, '. 0. z.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Eeretania and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles ro lnvltsd to at-
oho. a. Davis w. r.
WM. O. ItuCOr, Sec.
HONOLULU L0DPE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 816, D. P. 0.
Clki, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday tve-
olcg. VUltlug llrothcr are cordially
'nTlted to attrui.
1) r. II IHENIlHItn, K. it.
ut:o. t. kluhc.ul, Bit
SIcKHOEY LODGE. HO.
K. ol P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd Hcrotanla. Vlslt
Irg brothera cordially Invited to at
tend. V. V. KI1.HEY. C. 0.
E. A. JACODSON, K. It. 8.
Stomach and l.lvcr
Cures tho Kldnevs.
3BrJraK)JfMKTJM'wHK IW 3
ftuy 111 n.f vMbi " rv
aro not Hhur-oiu, even though
' !.. tljoy lire llnger-plece mountlnfcB.
The supirlor mechanleal con
striiLtlon of tho Shut. on means
comfort, durability nnd elllcl-
Be 'Suro You Get Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Qoclon Building - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
Ladies' Panama Hats
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3083
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. D. and LA CI10IX EMBROIDERY
't New Stylish Hats
i . Summer styles In millinery at par
I lore of
IKV BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
CHARLES KBEI.KK, who will soon
nlni I on ii lour (it Ihu Orient, will
give readings frmii hli iron woik dur
ing Ills stay In Honolulu.
.ioiia.v wn.iiin.M liuniiuT
KCIIXAIIIX took mil Ills Intention
papets on Monday. Ho .will get n
dual hearing on October 2S.
J. i D0W8KTT mid rnmlly, who
have been ntiroad for soino Months,
aio to nail fioin H.m Francisco today
lu tho I'.ic'lllo Wall steamship Korea,
The attendance nt tbe Maul race
trark thlq srr It-nt that of tho pio
vioio. .venr. mid tlm crowd that iitlond
nl was well fatlsfled with tho events.
There was not much chance for tho
Maul auto drivers to make much busl
neii with the Honolulu crowd, ns some
of the tovvn chauffeur took their
auto? up and did the business tlielil
selves. the speuial excursion trip back to
Honolulu was not Just what the pas-.
rengcrs woulil b.ie selected, us tho sea
una choppy while crossing the chan
nel llvcrvbody seemed to have a
gooo time mi tho Valley Island and all
cauu home snttsllcd.
Tbe events were run oft its follows;
lllejclc race; one mile Won by
Smith Time. 2.S6.
Tbe next race, for horses, n won
bs Major Collier, who beat Irnldivnr
eiudlv lu 1:0 2-0. Atbbuio was left
at tho post.
Tbe free-for-all one mllo rnce was
won h) Jerry llrodcrlck's I'nplt, which
won by Major Collier, which covered
the distance, lu 1:IK
The sixth eent on tbe program was
the pnnj race, frc for all, and Wll.i
Wulhoo won lu B7 1-2. ltcwco and
Jubilee were mini out, as they weio
Tbe Hawaiian bred, one mile, for a
parse of J3IW, was won by Major Col
lier cosily: Alhlnnq run second to tho
Major. Time. I Mil.
Number eight on the program was u
rare for tho Japanese-owned horses.
and the distance was throo-quarters ot
it mile. Spring Han won easily from
Tbe llflb event on the program was
Tbe ninth race, one mllo freo for nil,
wits won by atcsllngo.
Tho maiden ponies. Maul bled, show
ed t'oul Mol us a winner from lice
swing Tbe race was a close one.
Tho Ibiee-nii.irtcr-mlle Hawaiian
bred race showed Major Collier to be
the best of the bunch. Ho won from
Atblouo In good htle, mid tho
O'ltourko bunch was delighted. Tho
time was 1.23, which Is a record for
The halt-mlbi free for nil went to
I Tbe cowboy relay rncc was won by
Ilnlcakala ltaiicb, with drove Jtnnch
everybody bad a good tlmo nnd noth
ing but sat'ltfactlon wif sIiomii by tho
Walter Mulson, hon of Cdptnlu Wil
liam Matson, president mid heaviest
bhureholder in the Matson Nurlgallon
Coint,iiiy, quietly wedded Miss Frances
Mm pipy, a Kan Francisco girl, lit tit.
Agent church on Juno 14, ,
".Mr Matson Is nuxious to keep this
marriage a necret for it time." explain
ed Mrs W H. Murphy nt her Almn
streit home, "and my daughter agieeil
to Ids plan"
Waller Matson Is widely known In
shipping circles. Ills former wife died
about tuo jenrs ago, leaving to bis
care the two little ilnugliterK that have
been rapidly forming now playmates
lu tbe Cole-htreet block, in which their
father and their new mother ban es
tahll.hcd a home.
1 1 In liride was Miss Prances Murphy,
dauchtir of Mr and airs. W. It. Mur
phy of 50 Alma Mrcot, nnd n former
eniploto In the olllco ot tho aintson
Hleaiiiflilp Company, iof which young
Mulfon Is iim'iuiBc'r. i ,
, v i i ii
' .a 1
Tempcrntiiiofl 0 a in., 74; 8 n in.,
72; 10 it. ni 7G; noun, 77; morning
Haroincter, 8 u, ni 30 07; nbbolulo
hiimldily, 8 a, in., C.!I76 grains per
ruble foot; lelatltv humidity, 8 it, in.,
S2 per runt; dew point, 8 n. hi., fid,
Wind G n. m velocity 0, dltcutlun
N 10.: S it. in., velocity 8, direction N.
K.,' 10 u, in., velocity 10, direction N.
II.; noon, oloclly 10, dlroellon N. K.
ltalufall dining 21 hours ended 8 u.
m , 0 Inch,
Total wind incitement during 21
hours ended lit nonu, 300 miles.
A i eduction In lolphouo rates Is In
go Into effect In Greater Now York
personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Js. H. Love)
OPIUM IN SMALL
Local Customs. Men Meet .With Dope In New Form While
Scouring Steamer Persia Transport Sheridan With
Number of Prominent Military 'Men Due Today Malii
Excursionists Met With Heavy Weather.
A teaich conducted on hoard tho On board tho Persia and cnroulo
Pncllic Mall Btcinisliin Persia dilrlim ' Hongkong nrc lcntj-four Cll-
tho Hay of that rssel at Honolulu,
dcMilnpcd tho fart that smugglers
hnvo tcsorted lo new tacllrs In their
(tttempt to land iunutltlcH or tho drug
uslioio at this point na well its Han
A tapind of local customs men lit
scouring the ipiarlers of tho Aulallc
crew accidentally i.m across koncimI
opium layouts. In pursuing their ln
veatlgatlon further, tho Inspectors
discovered that a number of little
Kcpi.tio tin boxes which had been found
muting the belongings of the Chinese,
The boxes arc much smaller than
tho jegiilallon size containers which
have hcretofort) fell a prey to tho
vlgllanco of tho Fcdcinl officers.
Tho niiinll boxes boar Iho proper
stumps nnd utiles:! an ohlccr lo par
llcularlv nu tlio walci for tliciu, would
ulniost defy ilcteetlon.
Whllo Iho haul iimiIu thin morning
does not amount up lo n very largo
liguro In tlollarn mill jCctils, ncveilho
less tho ciislonis men licllovo Hint
with the illEcliiaiiiea inmlo this iiiorn
Ing they havo at their command ma
terial that will place another obstruc
tion In Iho barrier lint Is slovvlj hut
Hiucly being thrown around tho op
orntlons of tho io-c.tlled smuggling
The opium us well as a number of
pipes ami oilier p-irdphertialla luni
iiccii, confiscated by lliu collector.,
Inspectors Seek Hie Frull Klj.
Honolulu passengers arriving at
San Francisco report Hint their bag
gage mid personal effects aro euuii
Ined wllli tho same care us would bo
tho eai.o bad they cuib.nked from a
foreign port. Tho arrival of Iho
Hlcrra ami Wllliclinlnu uL Han Fran
cisco was tho occasion for a whole
sale descent of tho "hug men" of tho
coast port. They Bought tho presonco
of the, insidious llttlo fruit fly. They
went through llio belongings of tho
passengers In a manner that led many
tn bellovc th.it tho Inspectors wore on
tho quest for opium. It was nut dope
hut for the seductive alligator pear,
niaiigo, papala and plncapplo that tho
scaich was bo xiguiously prosecuted.
The Crusade bi on against these island
fruits because of tho piovnlcnco in
somo of the plantation tllsliicts of tho
Mediterranean lly Tho Inspectors
wcro very busy and any of tho fruit
Hioy thought to be Infected was
thrown Into tanks of dlslnfectlvc cal
culated to put tho 'llttlo "bugs" out of
Persia Breaks One Record.
Tho Pacific Mall steamer Peridn
may not bo long on speed, hut when
It comes lo smashing records for ear
rylug passengeis In the Intel mcdlnto
service, Iho venerable liner, imro Iho
pride of tlio While Star Lino, Is said
lo have lugged off Iho laurels for linv-
lug on hoard Ilia largest number of
cabin passengers, over leaving Kan
I'l-anelsco In an liitermcdintu ship
11 j lug the Pacllle alull Hag.
Klghty-llvo passengera wcro finally
slowed away' liefoio lines weru cait
off nt San Francisco. Willi Iho excep
tion of sixteen, theso will proceed to
Japan ports and Hongkong. Tlio Per
sia steamed Into Honolulu harbor
shortly after llvn o'clock last oveiii
lug. Tho members of tho Japnncso
ball team wcro on board, provided
wllli lajover checks and wcro hardily
tiitnsK)rtcd to shorn fioni iiinrantlno
In order that (hey might pirllclpn'o
in tlm flnnl spasm df baseball nt Ath
letic Park. Thu delay In Iho arrival
of tho Pornln caused lunch dlsapK)liit
iiicnt. Tho weullior Is said lo havo
been Idlal bill for ronio icnson Ihu
old irlhthlci liner fell bvhtml Iho ad
W.t Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents (Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
"-".." "" '? '" "',".". ' ,'
thoillles trjlng to get Inlo the Hulled
Stales over tho loner coast bonier.
Among Iho through passengers nre
ails Cora Wong, daughter of tho lato
Wong Tnl Kali, who was one of Chi
na's commissioners lo Iho SI. louls
exposition. U N. Chang, Is a grail
111(10 of tho Yulo law i-chool and edi
tor of the Chliiorc Students' Jlnnlhly
of North America. Another passen
ger Is .1. II. lloltadnv engineer of Iho
naval auxiliary rcrvicc, who is going
Ilelng u foreign bolloni, the Persia
left mi cargo here. Tho essel was
dispatched for Japan ports mid Hong
kong at noon today, taking n half
do.un cabin passengeis.
Sevon days later mall and lllcii ar
rived by the Persia,
Hawaiian Killed In Fltjht on Shipboard
In a fafhl fight on board tho Anie-ilean-llavMillaii
which is 'liotv nt Seattle mid sclied
tiled to sail for Honolulu by the lut
of this week, .toe I'.iloa ami .loo lino,
two Hawaiian members of tlio crew
who have sailed out of this jHirt in
Iho Arlznnan, on tho last four vny
itesg, will bo found iiilrslug when Iho
trelghter returns. Quartermaster Cur
lis explained to the San Franclco
Call that Pnlo.t Ji.nl killed Hun in a
drunkard hr.tw'l nt Sallna Cniz nnd
that Iho fotmer wan In tho hands of
the atoxlrmi nijthoillies On Iho night
of Juno IL llfo two men. who wore
fin it brothels, went ashoro in Sallua
Cruz, returned lo tho ship about I
o'clock tho following morning and
went to the forecastle Thero Hao
nectitcil Paloa of taking his mnney
and a list light ensued. Paloa then
drew a knlfo mid Han lied to tho dock,
where his half brother overtook him
mid stabbed him In Iho hieast wllli
tho knife. Quartermaster Cuttls ar
rived on tho sccno just as tho mur
derer had escaped to tho shore on a
line. Hao returned In Iho morning
and gave himself up. Ho had Intend
ed In commit siilchln ho declined
hut thought heller of It.
Capt. Saunders Given Way lo Fisher.
At cording tn tho San Francisco
Chronicle Captain ..I. W. Saunders has
I outlined from Iho Pacllle ainll sct-
vlco mid Cupniii William Fisher has
been iipixiiiilril muster of Iho liner
Koien, of which Saunders was Jn
command. Ill health Is given as the
i encon for Sauiidcrn' rcllieuiont
Captain Sautideis was onn of Iho
oldest captains in tho Pacific .Mail
employ,, He waa on the Panama run
for many yearn and during tho Span
lsh war commanded Iho Nowpoit
whilo that oiho1 was under charter
to tho government as a tratiRpoit. Ho
has commanded tho Manchuria mid
Korea on tho traiiB-Paclllc run.
Captain Fisher Is one or tho young
er captains. Ho lias a good record
In Iho service nnd Is regarded as a
llrsl class seaman. In whoso linmH
Iho big Korea will ho Bafe.
Hawaii and Maul Shlpplnn.
I'uicer Klhliug of tho steamer
Claudllio reiwrtB tho schooner llono
ipil as having sailed fiom liana for
Iho coai.t on last Saturday. Tho Mnt-
lon Nnvlital'lon iiteaincr Hyudes with
n full h,a I M nugacgol away for Bun
FranclM'O on Sunday Balling from
Hllo. Tho MntBon Navigation steam
er Kntormlso wllli .passongciu and
general cargo was Itn arrival at Hllo
on last Monday.
Clatidinc Drounht a Few Sporte
(leitllcmi'ii of nportliig procllvillea
wcro Included li tho largo HrI f cab
in passengers to nrrlvo at Honolulu
at nu rally hour tlila iiiornlng In tho
IM I -j
ftcanior Clnudlno. Tho. vessel called
nt Knhuliil jestcrdny nnd before salt
ing nt live o'clock a number of those
who nt tended tho sporting carnival
held nt tho Jtnul port look passngo
for Honolulu. Tho Clnudiuo brought
a miscellaneous cargo Including 30
cords wood, 02l feet lumlier, JB hales
hides, 32 sacks paddy, 20 Kuckn (aio,
2 1 Micks iKitatocs, 12 lulrrels wine,
one auto and CO packages sundries.
Among the passengeis was a circus
copipany which hits been performing
at Hawaii plantation camps. Purser
Klbllng rcwirtn strong northeast
winds and seas and n generally rough
Purser Hunt Lands Office Position,
Purser M. II. Hunt, who hits been
connected with tho ofllclal staff
tho Pacllle atnlt steamer Asia until
Hint vessel was wrecked on Flngpr
.'locks off Urn coast ot China, has
tainted a position with tho Pacific
alull auditors' office nt San Francisco.
Hunt was ono of several parsers con
nected with tho steamship company
who made a host of friends nt nil tho
IHirls of call. II Is rupiored that ho
v-'lll succeed to (he purser's oftlco In
ono of the transpnclllc liners before
The Inter-lklnnd company will ill-
patch the steamer Wallelo for Hono-
kaa, Kuhiilliuclu mid Paaiihau nt live
o'clock this, evening, taking consign
mciilii of general cargo, fertilizer tiiid
lumber. This vessel will bo followed
by thu departure of Iho steamer Mattl
for Kiikaiau, uokain,. i.aupaliociioe,
Paaullo ami ports. Tho Maui return
ed this mnining with n tired hut hap
py' hunch of excursionists. A portion
of hei cargo had been nlrcady loaded
bcfoie proceeding to Kahiilul on tho
special trip. ,
Bilnnlnn Coal from Australia,
Tim KrltltJi slcainshlp "nddon with
five thousand tons Australian coal Is
reported to luno sailed from Newcas
tle, N. S. V., on last Salunlny des
tined for Honolulu. The coal will
comu here consigned to tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company. Thu
Wiiihlou should arrive licio on or
about July 2.1ul.
Halt Will Be Held.
Tho Inlcr-lsl.iiid slenpicr Hall will
ho held over for one day pending the
ai rival of tlto Oceanic sleninshlp Si
ena from thu coabl, and duo on Fri
day morning. Tlio Hall will carry
malls and express matter brought
down from tho coast in tlio Oceanic
Sugar on Hawaii.
I'm ser Sheldon of Iho, lntcr-lBlnnd
steamer Manna 1-oa nriivlng from
Komi and Kail ports ieKirts tho fo
lowing sugar awaiting shipment: Pu
naliiii nr.'.i.l, llonu.ipn 1122, Knilin
lCSlI, Kukulhuelo 23,700, Honokua
12Q0, Paiiuhnil 10,500, Paaullo 13,000,
Mlndoro With Lumber.
Tlio American schooner Mlnilnro
wllh a full shipment of lumber from
Columbia Ilivcr ports was an early ar
rival, having made tho -trip down to
tho Islands lu twenty-one days.
Bark Allen Sails from Fort Brand.
According lu cables received here
tlio bark S. C. Allen sailed today from
Foil Ilragg with destination as Ho
nolulu. Tho vessel Is hiliiglng a car
go of lumber.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, July 5.
HANA July 1: tjnllcd. (Schr. Hoio
Ipu, for San Francisco.
HONOU'lI' July 3: Sailed, Schr. aiil
rlel, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO-luly 5: Sailed nl
noon, U. S. A. T. Sherman, for Ho
nolulu. SAN FKANCISCO-July 5: Sailed lit
noon, S, S. Wllhclmlnn, for' Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO July 5; Sailed at
2 ii. in : S, S. Korea, for1 Honolulu
SYI)NHV .Inly 3: Sailed, 8,. 3. ZcV
Iniidla, for Honolulu via Suva.
NKWCASTI.K July 1; Sailed, 8. 8.
Waddou, for Honolulu.
Hli.O July 3: Anlved, . 8. Killer-
pilso, fiom Sail Frayclsco.
8. 8. Sheridan will arrivo about 7 p. m
tonight fiom Manila.
8. 8. Ilonojuhin, 1U;45 p. m. July I
will mrlvo Kahiilul Wednesday, 2
Ii. in.; ntirl at Honolulu Tliiusday
.Mon.laj, July .1, I P. H.
IIII.O July 2, sailed, 8. 8. Hyadcs,
for San Francisco.
TOUT IlllAtld July 3, sailed, Ilk. S.
C. Allen, for Honolulu.
OKAYS HAIHlOlt July 3, , Milled,
Ilkt. Newsboy, for Honolulu.
SKATTI.B July 3, nrrivctl, 8. 8. Arl-
ouiiii, from 8mi Kranclsco.
WlltHLKSS-S. 8. Honrilulaii, July
0:55 p. in. Will nrrlvo Thursilny
morning; all well; pleasant weath
er; 2218 Inns cargo"; 47 passengers
for (ijonoltitu; 73 hags mall'; docks
at Ilnckfcld wharf.
Hnvo John Not!, tlio Ploncor plumb
er, do your plumbing and sower work.
182 aicrchnnt street, trlcphnno 1931.
One dollar Is nil Hint you need to
start a savings account at thu bank
of Hawaii, Open an account and get
u homo bank for small change.
If you do not make u will naming
your executor, tho law will step In
and nnnio soma one tn distribute your
proporty. Havo tho Hawaiian Trust
Co., Ltd., urfjiaro your will today.
Would You Enjoy
Vigorous Old Age?
Then uso Ditffy'n Puro Malt Wills'
key. It brings health nnd strength
In ovnrv onn ntnntr llfn',1 tiiithwnv.
Mr. A. II. Jordan, of Cuba, N. ..,
U. H. A., has lived n strcujious life
hut ho Is strong, vigorous nnd ac
tive nt 81 years of age. Itcccntly
he wrote: "I use Duffy's Puro Malt
Whiskey regularly, nnl think there
Hio genuine; substitutes and Imltn
In their declining age. A few
months ago there was published
llttlo history of my early llfo its the
oldest man now living In tho town
of Cuba. N. Y."
It Is a wonderful remedy In the
treatment ond euro of consumption,
pneumonia, coughs, colds, malaria
low fevers, stomach troubles nnd nil
wasting and weakening conditions
if taken as directed.
Sold everywhere IN -8KAl,fcl)
HOTTLKS ONLY. Ho sure you get
Is no hotter medicine for old people
(Ions nro InjiiiiouH. Write for free
medical booklet and doctor's advice
The lluffyr.MaH WliUkrrCth,
Hnchwtrf, S. V., V. S. X. "
Per stmr. Claudllio, front Maul and
Hawaii Krts airs. Wcldou, Hazel
Wchlon, May Weldon, liln Wcldon, F.
Wcldon, JI. Ileno, ailss Lynlirooke, h.
W. nimcy, 0. Uirlng, K. L. Hadlev,
A. Douse, alias A. Wlttrock, airs. Wll
tiock, J. A. aindclnis, F. Kaeck, L.
Itoback. Mrs. F. Itoback, C. W. llcttcli
cnurt, C. HobcrtH, II. l'cncirn, M, 1).
Frcltas, J. II. Ponte, airs. Klkbcrg,
Mrs. A. Holsleln, airs. .1. C. fainc, (leo.
aiacy. L. Pctrlo, V. IJuckle, U War
ren, J. FcrntindeV., M. Haideo, F
Klowart. IL Segclkcn, H. W. Ajlctt,
W. B. Saffcry, atlss N. Cullen, airs.
M. Cullen, F. Kahcn, Sam Mann, II
Clark. Dan Makaenn. J. .1. ftocha, Mm
Rocha, I. Sllva, ai. It. Pcrrclra, L. A.
Perry, at. Alvcs, airs. Alves, U. Smith,
(I. Clark, ,ias. Halt, miss iioitoway
Win. Wells, f). P. Hom-cs, Frank Ainoy,
C. K. Holt, II. tll-tci'. A. II. Sllva, J,
Coniwell, II. Waggoner, W. Lucas,
Mrs. I.ncas, II. Snlffcn, B. Cocketl
.1. O'Uourko, flco. Kngle, J. K. Willis,
K. Love. J. I j, Coke. A. II. Juiiglanse,
F. Krugcr and 28 deck.
Per stmr. V. (1. Hall, from Kauai
ports S'. (Ri)blnson, A. T. Robinson,
Jns.'Mnisc, (i. ii. i;vans,'iMrs. r. ins
gins, N. llaiuaguchl, atles II. Hundley,
Per stmr. Manna Kea, for IH and
way ports, July II. Miss Miinro, J.
W. WHldroii, .las. U Holt, airs. Ni U
tlecn, Ktlicl MqKonzle, airs. 1). II.
Case, air. and Mrs. I) II. Hitchcock,
air. mid airs. A. V. Vans Valkenhcr,
airs. 10. t.iiuilley. Miss Huth Lundloy,
Tholina l.uiulley, Ocorgo Lundloy, Al
len Lundloy, (1. N. Wilcox, atlss A. C.
Drown, J. F. Drown, ltcv. S. L. Desha,
Mlss Pllkol, W. ai. Olffard. ailss O.
(llffard. ailss C. Jiicnsch, 11. U Wil
cox, Mrs. Wilcox, N.N. Wilcox, airs
r. K. Witter, A. W. Todd, airs. Todd,
Miss Hnrnilcen, ailss Kinney, ailss
liulger, ,1ns. kaopuit.
Per stmr. Klnati, for Kauai liorls,
Jiily 11. Miss U Wchor, Clifford Kim
ball, atlss Millard, airs. H. A. Itoss,
alius V. Downey, C. King, J. A. Dump.
Per stmr. Clnudiuo for Hawaii mid
aiaul ports, July 3. Sam llaldvvlii, R,
Illtchccck, II. Hitchcock, J. O'Uourko,
Urn. Frank, llro. Charles J. P. Cockctt,
Louis aiachado, Dm. I.owls, llro. Mor
ris, llov. P.. II. Dodgo, Father Maximo,
Mm. A. 1''. Cooke, airs. Tavares, Liz
zie Spencer, W. W. Ooodalo, P. C.
Wong. II. V. Tioyoneu, airs. Trovo
ncn, 8. anuilya, airs. It. Novedn, M.
vPcr stmr. W, (5. Hall Tor Knual
ports, July 7. IJ. F. Hcastudt.
1 u 4
Hall Returned With Sugar.
Tho. Intor-lsland steamer W. O. Hall
iclurncd tn pott this morning with
5500 sucks sugar, 18 bales of mgH ami
21 packages siiudiles. Tho vowl met
with slronr; uorthciist wind mid rough
seas during Iho entire round trip. Thu
Hall will bo dispatched for u return
to Knual porls on Friday instead of
Mauna Loa Freight List. ,
A. .Fourth of July nrrlval waa tho
lii(er-Islaiii steamer Minimi Ita fiom
Kona and Kan ports with a largo
number of cabin and deck passengers
niul the following lines of general
2 lurscs, 3 mules, i cows 17 calves,
33 pigs, r,K boxes fruits, 1U5 bags cot-'
rco, ttiTO bags sugar.
Asia Crew Scattered.
Tho stafT of engineers who were In
cluded In tho crow of tho now wreck
ed Pacific ainll Bteamor Asia scat
loicd in ninny dlicr'tlnns iiikiu reach
ing San Francisco. A number of tho
engineers havo secured good borths
with tho raclflo Mall In tho Panama
Honolulan Docks at Hackfeld Wharf.
Tho aintson Navigation Bteamor Hq
iiolulnn fiom 'San Francisco by thq
way of Kahiilul with 2218 tons gen
oral cargo, 47 passongcrs and 73 sitclta
mull will como itloug side Hackfeld
wliaif cmly on Tuesday morning.
Sheridan to Go to Naval Wharf.
Tho United States army transtwt
Sheridan from Manila by tho way of
Nngasnkl, Japan, duo lo nrrlvo hero
on or nbout five o'clock this after
noon will berth nt Nnvnl wharf No. 3.
Tuesday, July 4.
San Francisco Persia, P. M, S. S.,
5:30 p. in.
Wednesday, July 5
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudllio,
sttiir., a. in.
Knual portd W. 0. Hall, stmr.,
Tuesday. July 4.
Kintal' ports Klnaitl nttnr., 5 p. m.
Maul, Molokat and l.irnnl ports
Mkcllkc, stmr., 5 p. in,
Wednesday, July S.
Japan rorts nnd Hongkong Pcrela,
1'. M. S. 8, ntxin.
Tor P. Mi S. 8. Persia from San
Francisco, July 4-For Honolulu: .10
membors Kclo ball team. Through:
Dr. A. J. Ilcdcll, II, A. .Ol. Heckman,
.Mrs. II, A. J. M. Heckman, llov, II. II.
Dobbins, Mrs. II. II. Dobbins, Miss It
.Dobbins, airs. It. 1,. tlendcrsotl, airs.
.3, ai. W. Holmes, Thus. A. Jordon.
ails. ThoB. A. Jordon, atnstcr T. A.
Jordon, Miss 11. 0. Jordon, airs. C, T.
Smith, ailss Helen Smith, airs. E. S.
Smith, Miss Ruth W. Smith. ,r. W.
Stout, Mi's. J. W. Slour, K. Tsiichldn,
W. A. Young.Jr., O. 14. Hrldpe, Harold
Hawk, H,C1 Howe, Mark II. Jones, J II
1-ovvcr, airs; J. n. Lower, ailss Rachel
lovvcr, W. C. ailllcr, E. 'A. Siicrry,
.Mrs. E. A. Spcrry, ailss F. lCHicriy,
L. it. Woodwiird, W. A. Anderson, V
T. Drowsier, U W. Chang. K. W. Had
ley, Mrs. F. W. Hadlcy, 11, I.. Heck
rntlo, A. V. KlmlMll, alios Nyln T.
Lea, Sllmt Cora Wong. airn. A. II
Ulshop, D. tj. Ilrovtn, W. II. Clarke,
Miss A. Mildred Clnrk, ailss Mario
Kspcrnn, A. K, Haley, J. Handy, airs
Hany, Janies Ronald Hcnman, J. II.
Hollowny, Miss Elhci limes, airs, I'
King, W. (1. Moore, aits. W. (1. Mourn
mid Infant, ailss Dniojhy Mooic, Miss
E. II. Spencer, airs. M. Taylor, F. P.
Thornton, Mrs, F, P. Tliornlnn, air.
John II. Vale, A. 0. Wilson, Mis. A.
tl. Wilson, aiastcr Royal A. Wilson,
Miss Tiictma A. Wilson, Joseph Elch
wald. Per stmr. Manna l,oa fiom Koiri
upd Kan ior(s, July 4. Donald Kent,
airs. Allium, JI. It, Monsarrut, Win.
Dunl.ip, San Chong, airs, Chong, .Miss
Chnng, K. Kawamoto nnd family, A.
l'ohlna,' Oeo. Acla, L. Kauno, airs.
Kauvvo, ailss loan, airs. Knal, airs.
Knvvchl, ailss Cowan, atlss Mullir.
airs, aiitydvvcll, airs. Nellie Drown,
ailss Whiting, K. Kokuown, M. do
Corto, at. E. Sllva, J. Cooper, Master
nrmit, W. Knmaknwlw(M)le, J. Mc-
Kcnzle, airs II. at. Wells, W. A. llald
vvlii, wlfo and two children, ailss (lay,
John Hose and wife, Miss Helming,
Win. Hoopll, J. Scarle, A. Nua, vvlfu
Per .M. N. 8. 8. Lurllnc. for 8an
Francisco, July 3 air. Gllson, airs,
(illbon, Miss h, Dlnklago, MIsb Allen
West, C. II. Weathcrhy, Ocorgo Dun
enh, airs. Fied Carior, airs. Chalm
ers, atrs. Chambcrlnln, airs. Yaulgt
linra, airs. K, lloo, Miss A. Arms, airs
C. L. Hodge, Miss F. Collins, ailss Su,
.Miss Hcnsncr, ailss Mabel Lndd, Mini
A. 7.. Hadlcy, ailss I Day, M. P.
aiooblcy, W. C. aiorrltt, 5). P. J,nw
icuco, A, p. Wheeler, I. M, Cox, J. C.
aicCroady, airs, loulso Fratn, Mm.
alary L. Simpson, ailss Mcl'hall, Mrs,
J. P. aicPhatl, Miss Margaret Moss-
man, ails. Alice Iliown, Edgar Wimd,
airs. Edgar Wood, airs. U (I. aiar-
shall, ailss kllza Howard, ailss P.
Dyke, .Miss Nclllo C. Wong. airs. A
Self, airs. F. Cresboy, ailss I,. Cou
ncnu, ailss Oraco Parsons, ailss E
Coleman, airB. A. Q. Mnrcalllno, airs.
Per P. M. S. 8. Persia Tor Japan
ports and Hongkong II. Dustun, Mrs
Dustan, R. 1,. Ogllvic, K, Ono, Chung
Per uliiir. Maima,ICea for Hllo via
way ports, July 4. Rev B. (I- 'lo Sll
va, C. Sllva. J. K. Allan, M. (Jains, C.
Iledcmnn, J. -F. Ilrovyn, ailss C. Kin
raid, ailss A. Pillio, Mro. J. P. Ronto,
ailss A,, Schovvler, ailss .1, Charles
vvoith, ailss K. Zlniniermiin, airs.
'Cotton, airs. l'Vuigiiorty, aira. H. Ilen
tou, ansa Custcrllno, A. W, Carter,
If, O. Nelson, airs. Nelson, C. I Pal
ton', J. II, Hind, airs. Akmia, airs,
Dosha, ,airs. KekonU, J, .ai. Lee, ails
Ixo, airs. Chapman, ailss Sllva, Mrs.
O. Rose, Miss A. K. Roso, Mrs. Sllva,
Alice Wong, airs. M'. at. Sourn, Mrs
B. P. Low, W. U Collhorp, ailss A.
Winter, C, Uciiliilgliaiis, E. Ahrens
E. B. Ilalcllo, ailss A. Uidonhorg.J),
II, Cnso, airs. Case. MrH. A. at. No
well, Kov., J. K Cowan, C. II. Roao,
F. A. Krchs, M. Youinaii. v
Per stmr. Ktnaii for Knual ports,
.July i. Mro. E. A. It. Koss, atlss O.
Ilofgaard, Harold Hitchcock, w.
Pratt, A. Wilcox, A. It K. von Holt,
J. A. Aklna, 8. aiott-Smlth, (leo. (1.
Fuller, E. aiott-Smllh, C. Klston, Mm.
Blstnn, ailss Millard, .Miss Phlnney,
B. Stewart, airs. E. M. Ho.-Mra. Jno.
Dougherty', J, A. Ilrnii.
Por stmr, aiikalinla, for Maul and
Molokat portB,, July 4. MIbu aioior,
A. V. Haves, ailss D. Grldlcr, ailss
ai. Clark, C. P. Doifgo,
Per stmr. Mauna Loa for Kona and
Kau ports, July 7, Mrs. A. M, No
well, airs. 11. neuult, airs. C, F, llauf
sen, Key. A. 8. Daker, Mrs. It. H. lla
kor, D, 1 Wllhlugtpii, F. Il..aic8tock
er, ailss Alice Ilnins, J, F, Drown,
Mis. Waiau, Mrs. W.lthltigton.
por Blmr, Mlknhnla for. Mnul mid
aiolokal Kirts, July 11 A. F. Cooko
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