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WEDNESDAY: ,t .
Jl t .',
Lit tloh.t No. It, 0. 1. !.
Hi mi la r.
AH xditttng inembtrn o! Uo
Order arc cordially Invlted'to
attond meetings of local lodst
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
niiir ruetutrne? lutiuuvn v
maninc cnumc.cn; .),., no
NEFICIAL A?Snp-IATI0H. elation, cor.
SAWAIIAN TKD3S, Ho. 1, 1. 0. B. X
Meet every first nod third, Thurs
fays of each mouth at Knights of
Pythlae Hall. Vieitlng brother cor-
tlilly Invited to attend.
II. fOSri.'lt, Sichcra.
K. V. '10DD, 0, of H.
I0110IDIU AERIE, HO. . 0. E,
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Halt, comer
Btretnnla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagle r.r Invited to at-
am a davih w. r.
WM C. McCOY, Bee.
SOUOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 6. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. 6X6, D. P. 0.
Clki, meets In tbclr hall, on K;lng
Btrret, near Kort, every Friday eve
ning. Vlolllng Brothers are cordially
'nvlted to attenj.
p. n. iHHNiinttt, ii n.
OKU T. KLUMUUi, .Hec.
KXTX. McKnttEY, I0DQE. MO. 8,
Meet entry 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. fort and Borotanla. Visit
ing brother cordially Invited to at
tend. T. I'. KILUHY, C. C.
U. A. JACOBSON. IC n. S.
Ntl.es New, Ulch
i and Liver
ibsii erv . t. c
KH!UIJf U JtSJMiaAsszs
i '..j. t- 4ace -Oikc Itic face.
mo not bhur-ous, oven though
they tiro llnger-pleco mountings,
Tlio superior tncclnnlcal colli
Ftructl'Jti f llio Shur-ou iiirins.
comfort, ilur.Uilllty unil clllcl-
Be Sura You Got Sliur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Bolton Building - - Fort Street
Over May &. Co,
Ladies' Panama Hats
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opn: Yoiino Phono 3088
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer stylos In millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
EAT AT THE
Cverythlna New 8orvlco Excellent
1 Cures the
mm aiimiii - ijiiM
DCI.IXMIH KUIIIO will return on
tlio Wllhilmlim Ho led Kan Fran
MIHH IllINllliriTA SIMPSON of
K.i ii I'l.uirlsii) Is making n lslt of
rci'rnl wciks litre
LIIHM 001.. M I' MAltlTN, re
tired, la a p-isbcnger In tliti Slicrld.uu
hound for tin' mainland
II. It. lilTOHCOUK. Jit, returning
lrm chobl nt llinard, wan an nr-
thai In the Mutsnii Navigation nteam
dl Honoliiliin Ibis moriilngi
AIR. AND M11S A M MACPIII'IU
bON, nt New Orleans, havo .returned
10 tlin iiialnliuiil tiftcr n world-teim
thitlnUudcd tlio llitwnlian Islands.
MIIS. ADOLPII WISLIZL'NUS, wife
of ii "I'll laicm n Jurist In tlio IhlllH
pines, In Included ntnong the S.m
Francisco bound passcngeis In thq
Mil AND MIIS H UAIINES, v,Un,
wero uinntiK Ihu pissenKcrs lo nrrlo
this uioriiliiR In the llonoliilnn, nrn
nudctlllo pcrforinciM iitul will nccept
nn cnsnReniciit nt one of the local thc
MIIS AURAHAMKON, wife of (be
Siiprrlnlcmlt'tit of llio lusnuo AbjIuiii,
mid her sister MIbs Sarah Trask, i1l
be ainmiR llio ilopiirlliiK pisieiiRcrs nij
tlio Maun.i l.oa fpi Kona tonmrrow
W W SHIS, prominently Idcntllleil'
with I bo Hurcaii of Navigation at Mn-J
iill'i, Is rvturnlnR to tlio United States
much broken In health He Is u
through passenger tti -tlie transport
Sbcrld.in. , l
V. H.'HOOOS, Jr., wn8 an nrrlvnl
In the Matsoii Nail gat Ion ntcmner llo-j
nolulnu llilrt mornlUR Ho hau been)
nllendltiR school nt llariaril, und'
loiiios homo to upend tlio inlil-ouni-j
inir. i iiiatlon ,
I), t). Ultll.LHAUX (former jirln-J
li.il of Ibe VlsalU (Call) lllgli,
bcbool, mid Mrs. llrlllbtrt, will leave
Vis ilia, mid the TIiiivm of that city'
r.aj:i It Is .tint utillkel) Air llrtllliarO
will tcjili InHawaii noxt your
VOL AVILLIAM II 0. HOWUNj
wlfo and daughter nro through pjn.
erugera In the United Slates arniyi
transport Sheridan, en route i.to San
t'r.lllrimn Cnlnnpl Knurn In In rnmj
iiiiind of troops' and tlio ranking -olfi-i
icr in tlio linnsnOrt itiilt l 't l
II,' C, COIlUftN, hi has been Blip
t'linkndolit ,of illm iK.mil ItallwaM
tniupaui for pome time, has rcsignel
and thv -vicancy.lias been flllcd-bn tlio
apoliiliiltitit.ot Capt,. tlcorgo U. Leavi
lit, forimrlj nmoOlcer of thp Amurl-I
ran-n.iiv.in raiiup Mevaian.t
.MlSSlirilTKNiHllOWN. dnnihter of
Mr. and Mrs. ItAiloiidJ.llrown.iir
rlied at ColiituhiiB, Ohio, jrsterd.iy,
according to a cible rccelicd this
morning bj bor fiitbcr. Miss Drown
will spend llinovlnter with her moth
er, now lsltliig on tlio inulnliind
Mil AND MIIS. II P BALDWIN,
iKtomp mlcd by Dr., and Mrs. W. U
II ild win, Mr nnd Mrs. II A Baldwin
und .Mr (iuthrle, a Iralned nurse,
u ere Iik luilcil In tlio party that left
tlio Mntsou Nailgatlon steamer llono-
liilan ut Kahulul yesterday afternoon
Mil. AND MIIS. AllTIIUIl UOOD-
I'llLI.OW will lm welcomed homo
soon from their hone) moon, which,
bus been spent In tlio Hawaiian In
lands Next season Mrs. V. 8 Oood
fillow will Introduce her young
diiughler-ln-Jaw to her "friends In tlio
ba cities. '1 ho elder (Jooilfcllows lire
established in their sumiuei plate
lira i Santa Cruz, having hh the lr
guests Mi and Mis Hugh tinodfel-'
low. Kan Trnnclsco 'nil
MOSH VOODMAN, pioneer mining
in in of Sacramento Pass, is spending
n few il.i)s In Illy. Ilu Is expecting n
friend, Leslie, Scott, u literary light
of tlio Hnwnilaii Islands, oier to spend
tlio summer ns his guest. Ills friend,
lie says, Is a piscatorial artist, who
has Mailed in all tlio waters of tho
world, with tho exception of the trout
sire mis of Nainda. While In tlio Is
lands, Mr. Woodman slated that a
llahoi man knew nothing of teal spoil
until he bad landed n i.'0-lnc.li trout
from tho Icj witom of n Nc,.uln
stream, und Mr. Srntt h coming mer
to Investigate HI), Nov, Mining
HONOLULU CONSOL IS
AGAIN ON THE RISE
Honolulu Consolidated Oil Is on tho
ilfo iigiln, nfter weeks of depression
On, doll ir nnd llftj-eentH was offered
tlih morning at the session of the I ta
il u I n 1 1 iixch iligo without urn takers,
the holikrs iisklng l.M) A bid of 1 1.0
might halo brought nut some, but not
milili Is In lm bud for thu loivir figure
'llio lliiwiill in cAiliango reports 100
sluiifs of Hlcrru Nouida mining stock
sold nt 10, mid CO Hngels Copper at
.'To 'llio lollouliif; oil iiuotatlons uru
Honolulu Consolld-itPd .. 1 f.5 180
Purlsilmi Hills i
Associated . ... .50 00
M.iil for tlio (oast by tho Sheridan
will tloso nt 3 p in. today, Tho bhlp
sail i at I o'clock.
COLDS CAU8E HEADACHE
I.W'ATIVi: HROMO-QU1NINK, ro.
inovcb the cause. Uscel tho world over
to cure a cold in ono day. E. W.
(JROVS'S bii,'naturu on each box. Mads
MRI3 MUDICINC CO. Saint Loiu V. 3.3k.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUR8DAY,
Pcrionnl attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
ii 1 V
v. ( '
td i iiiviinDT
TO ACCOMMODATE PASHAS
Sheridan. Now In Port from Manila, Has Every Available
Berth In Cabins Taken Ho ndlulan Met Willi Fine Weath
erBritish Cruiser Sailing for the Antipodes on Satur
daySierra and China Due Tomorrow Morning.
lncicascd pastcngcr nnd
business offered tho United
nnn (raiisiKirts bvocn Sjh Krnn
tlsco nnd Honolulu la cresting u prob
lem that Is, becoming hard to solvo
by Ihoeo iwho halo; to do with this
binnth of tho iienlce.
The Sheridan, nailing from Manila
on Jliuo mil nau eory otaie iwrai
lllleil Xo capiciO. Olid hundred and
thirty ono passengora were provided
with accommodation beforu leaving
the PlilllpplncH. At Nagasaki, seven
teen additional i cabin passengers had
to bo taken icare , of and now tho
rlimux him been reached with 'appli
cation from the loMl ipiartermastcr'a
department for nt least a bco.ro more
ollicers iitul their wives mid families.
, The Sheridan la pitying awn) from
Naval Wharf No 3 at four u'cliick till i
afternoon wllh every; berth and sciu-o
assigned to army, navy or Philippine
government officials. It was found no
tessar) Id tnnsfen some of tho cabin
pastenRorB Into, tho doriuilorles be
foiq leaving Honolulu.
So great has been tho dotiniul madu
upou the three largur vessels In tho
transport fleet, that ntepi liavc al-
reruly been taken to enlaigo llio troop
The extra work tu be done nu llio
linn), transport 1hom.i whlili isnow
nt Mopro & Scott's vhlpjard LOtnplel
Inittan extensive mid oxpenrivo ovei-
1iaillug. will probabl) Wo douo aj tho
Miito lalauil niv) i) arn. una ii
Includes tho cxlcmdon fore and aft id
Iho'bont deckand the cons! ruction of
a large binoklng room, it was esti
mated that tho Job would cobt about
jib.uOO Illds were opened tho otliT
da). Tlio bid of tho Union Iron Works
van higher (ban tho estimate. Mooro
&. Scott s bill, fell h llttlo below, but
tho bid pill in b) tho Male island ml)
jaul was neatly $JO,000 loner than
tho lowcsl civilian bid and Mare Isl
and will probabl) got llio job. 'Ibe
contract will not be let until tho bids
h.ivo been passed on b) tho ipiailcr
nniatcr general, to whom the) havo
Tho Sheridan Is In urgent need of
cleaning nnd repainting An Inspec
tion of tho bold this moinlng revealed
slrlugrrs of seaweed n foot or nioia
In length 'Ihp bottom or tho vessel
Is vor Toiil and this Is said lo bnvu
iici minted fur tho slow lima miido h)
tlio troopship between Nagis.ikt and
Iliiiiolulii. At thq present gilt, tho
Sheridan villi baicl) reach San Trail-
clseo under eight dii)s.
The olllccia in llio Sheridan rcpoit
a lino pjssago nciosa tho Pncillc wllh
a posiiblo exception of llio last two
il.iVH when tho staunch vc-s.,cl bucked
a stiong head wind.
It Is rumoiod mound the ship tnt
tho osscl will be dilajed In sailing
for n rcluiii trip lo tho riillipplnns
und ItMlend of getting awa) from Snu
11 illicit! o on August nth, II ma) be
the 1'ilti of that month bcfoio tho
tramuiorl Is madu ready foi sea
Colonel William II, C. Ilowcn Is In
rommaiiil of troops and tho ranking
nfllcer In tho tioopshlp
Tho passengers include l.ll inbln
Munlla In San I'Yauclsco. seiond class
between Iho samo iioits (hero nro f,3
Troop quarters nnd enrouto to tho
mainland 3IG enlisted men. Joining
the ship at Nagasaki were 17 cabin
I second class nnd 10 troops.
Tho Sborldan lMJnklng on uelthci
coal or supplies at Honolulu. Tin
vessel with u am ill m ilnl md mail
will sail for San I'raiiclsco at four
Skipper Chargort With Brutality.
Testimony lu many cases Involving
Infraction of fedotal Htatules was
given bcfoio Iho United Stntm grant
Juty during n'sossiou Unit la.Ued lbo
eutliu nllernoon, says thq San IVan-
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
freight elsco Chionlcle Indli linuits voted
8tatolester(lny will lie lelurned next Tues
Of tho cares Investigated, that o
Captain Hubert Pcli rscn, master oj
the btrkentlno .lann I, Slnnfoid, oc
cupied llio most time Charges of
biutallt), Intoxication and failure lo
ii'.Untnin discipline mi board bis ves
sel were made ngalnel the skipper bv
officers nnd incmbprn of (he crow.
Mate . 1". (lodiiin and Arthur (lood
cnr, a scauuti, were tho principal
Ooodve.ir told of unusinl brutality
on tho pari of tlio mister, who, be
testified wau Inloxlctted much of tho
time during (ho pissngo from New
castle, New South Wales, to Snu
rranclsco. Tho csscl nirlved bcio
last Wediiefdny 1,ho s.illor staled
that ho inn cuffed, In itcn and kicked
b) tlio ninstcr for no reason. Ills
only pxphiiallon of llio brnlalitv of
tho skipper was that tho pnrllculan
Bailor was tho objet t of bis wrath
vvlion in a slain of Inebriety HooJ
year sajn that bo was beaten not
only onco, but wllh.iegulaill) during
the trip Mi(l6 (Imlwln corroborated
many of tho stnlements of tho bailor
nnd 'n.i.is that nlillo bo was not
beaten or nljitscd ph)slc.ilt h tho
sklpiwr. he was cursed and nlutsen
verbally b) htm on man) occasions
He slated jisterdii) that the master,
because of Ills Intoxicated condition
lost the reaped of tho members of
tho c row, nnd for' lint reason disci
pline mi board i.lilp was ruined.
iiino mi nonrii snip v
i. it 1..-1W. ?pn
Baldwin Party Lande
Baldwin Party Landed at Kahulul. '
Lniiding (he Ualdnln part) at Ka
hulul, Includjng Mr. and Mrs. II. P.
Ualdivin, Dr., und Mrs Ilildvvin, Mr.
mid Mrs. II. A. Ualdivin and .Mr.
(iuthrle. n trained iiitrrc. tlio Mntbon
Navigation steamer llmiolulaii which
made u special c nil at tho Maul port
at noon )cslerdny was detained less
than three Hours.
The big vessel riding high out of
Iho water, reached Hackfcld wharf
before seven o'clock this morning nft
er nu uneventful trip ilouu from the
coast 'llio lloiioliilau brings but 2200
tons gcncial cargo tor Honolulu in
cluding home 1000 sacks cement
Tlicio are about five hundred tons
ftelglit for dlschnigt! ut Knhuliil. Tho
stPituci has tui carmi for Hllo this
tripj On deck 21 horses mid mules foi
the Club Stables, and 27 head stork
foi II, Haikfclil ai rived Ono mule
died and was hoisted Into the tie i.
Thcro is a Hue little iiouy lu tho lot
which loiiios consigned lo tho loci!
winner ol n newspaper contest held
on tho coast
Tlio Hounliilau brought 19 cabin
nix leaving Iho vessel at Maul
Illlonlin Olficrrs Report Strang Spe.
mile ots In the Mutton Navigation
steamer llllonlan now enioutc from
Seattle to Honolulu and duo to nr
live hero on Saturday report witness
lug n stringo spectacle. 'Ihey loport
that while coming up tlio coast somo
distance south of Capo l'lnltcry they
sighted a I irgo four masted schooner
Whilo In sight of Iho llllonlan tho
scbocuicr hovo to and several boats
v mo low et oil and for somo t,fnio woio
lowed aioimd, ovldcntly In bcarch of
a imin overboard. Shortly aftcrwiiid
llo boits wero hoisted cm board und
tho m homier turned about, bonding
link lonnid Sun Francisco As the
vesbcl stalled back those on tho Ill
Ionian Is'llevn that she must havo
lost her m islor.
Thcro mo mnny Balling vessels now
eu route in Ilu, sound to load luiiiln i
nnd It Is Impossible) to Identify tho
ono sighted by tho Hilonimi'u officers
Pluck Deserter from Andrew Welch.
When Ciptaln Kelly's ship tho All
cliuvv Welch rhimo within tho qiiatan
tluo limits nt San Francisco after a
tweuly-flvu day passago from Homi-
JULY 6, 1911.
ium, a delegillon of Pectoral officials
stepped aboard tho famnifi bark nnd
thereupon placed iimTor arrest Ous
Rngleninn, n member of the windjam
mer's crew, who Is wanted hero an n
deserter from the United Stntcs rev
enue cutler Tliclls
Tlio Welch had hardly Rotten out of
sight of Diamond Head nt her lust do
pal tnro before I'nglcmin was found
missing from his usual haunts, llai
I'ur Officer Carter was bciiI to trnll
bc movements of the man and ho
roon discovered Hint Ibe deserter had
shipped the day before ns an nblo sea
man In die Welch. As Iho windjam
mer Is somo lines tdiv on modern
equipment such ns wireless; thcro
was nothing else to do hut lo send
word lo San rranclsco niithorltlcs to
apprehend the mnn and havo him re
turned lo Honolulu. .
Chine Due Tomorrow Afternoon.
A Into wireless received at the of
fice of II. Hackfcld nncl Company
stales thai llio Pacific Mall steamer
China with about u thousand tons
general cargo for Honolulu will nr
rlvo off IIiq port nt ono o'clock to
'I his vesbel has room fort about
thlrt) Intending passengers for tho
const. Tho China will In all prob
ability sill foi the coast on or about
ten n'rlork cm Saturday morning.
This vessel will bo given mull which
under llio circumstances should reach
Iho coist alfhut as boon ns that dis
patched h) tho transport Sheridan
Ic iv lug hero nt four o'clock today,
Tho China will dock at tho Channel
Transport Sherman On the Way.
A cable received hero stales tint
Hie IJnllcda States nrmy transport
Sherman sailed from. San Francisco
)cstcida), her destination being Ho
nolulu, Oinm nnd Manila. The vessel
should nirlve hero on or about July
13lh. For Honolulu the transiort will
hi lug the band nnd two butteries or
Iho First Field Artillery which will
take station nt Schoflcld Itnrrncks.
where one Intlcry Is already looted.
Rlthet to Mahukona.
Tho b-irk It. P. Illthet will bo tow
oil lo Mahukona tbeic lo lake on u
shipment of sugar destined Tor San
I'lanclsco II was first believed thai
the vessel might bo lowed by the Mat
son Blcimer Enterprise, but tho
staunch seagoing tug Intrepid Mas
found best Bulled lo tho work. Tlio
Illthet will soon Icavo for tho Itlg
Sierra Reports by Wireless.
O. S. S Sierra, en routo from San
rranclsco, 8 p. in, Julv S 498 mllo
off from Honolulu; 95 cabin, 11 steer-
ago pnstPiigcrs; 2108 Ions cargo; 80
i M. N. S. S. Luillfic, en routo to Ban
Francisco, Jul) 5. 2:30 p m. 6C1
miles oft; fresh nortlioast. winds;
rough sen; all well.
Matson Steamer Sailed for the Islands
The Wiheltnina. tho crack Matson
liner silled nt noon )ostciday from
San rranclsco, her destination being
Honolulu. Tho vesbel Ik bringing
cargo for this poit as well ns Hllo
Whllo at Hawaii a shipment of sugar
will be loaded. .
(Continued from Pag 1)
caisson which Iiino Colonel l-)blor'ii
Tho caisson itself was surrounded
by men who had solved their superior
to Iho very hibl.
Unmounted, emoted from head to
hoof n lib a robo of bjack and while,
tho Colonel's favorite charger, brought
up tho rear of tho caisson. Uimii his
buk waM still girthed Iho Colonel'.!
biuldle, his hoots Invcilcd In tho stlr
iiius and bis swoid which had been
his best companion, hung fnmr'tlio
pomel for tho lust time.
Bringing up tho tear of tho col
umn wero tho offlco-s In mourning
that could bo avallablo from 11. B
M. 8 Challongor, fo extend sympath)
for Ills Majesty to so gallant n man
Preceding them were tho Colonel's
closest friends Amoiicst tboso vvbo
formed tho escort or honor tending
Iho final salute to one whom then alt
felt so much ror weio: Brlgtidler-Gnu-
eral W. W. M.icomb. Admlinl Cnwlis
C.iit. Carter. Capt. Wnllnco, Major
Campbell, Major Do Witt ("apt. Do
Will. Capt. Mntlx, Major Divls.l.lou'n
Andrews, I'.ly, (laylor. Kingsbury,
PratI and Patterson and British Con
A company or snllois, rommauded
by Commaiider Jcphson or II. 11. M.
S. Challcngor, lniiiclied from tho cruis
er to saluto In sympathy with Iho
Jtl. H Iho ariival of tho caskept nt thq
Ftnni Ban Prnnclpco Iho temalna
will bo sent to Wnsblngtnn wlicro thai
will bo mot by Colonel Poster's bon
ot West Point and escorted o Iho Ilnnl
quarters with rull military honors and
burial lu tho National Cemetery, Ar
lington. Tho big searchlight, located on
Black Point cast of Diamond He-id
lias been in so nightly by thp ex
perts In charge. 'Iho now or and va
lue of IIiIh 'light was demonstrated u
few nights ngo when tho shaft of
light dartoil ncrpss tho ocoan and
"picked up" ono of tho island sleainois
somo five miles nIT. The vessel was
plalul) vlslblo to dwellers along tho
beucb at Kahnla.
That's Better Way of Getting
. at Fruit Fly Pest
)'' This Year.
"I don't believe lu Ibis fruit trco
destruction td gel rid ut the Medltur
rancan fly," said llopresciitatlve Wll
Ilanison In speaking of tlio various
schemes put forward to light Iho lat
est fruit pest,
"It seems to mo Hint the sumo re
sult can bo obtained by not allowing
tno trees to como to fruit.
"My Idea Is that all tho blossoms
should bo destrojed for a )cnr. This
would give the fruit fly nothing In
which to breed except llio wild fruit.
nnd It would bo as easy to kill the
blossom., of (ho wild fruit as to kll
oft tlio trees.
"I havo some peirh trees lu my
)ard, tho fruit of which In filled to
overflowing with the tnuggots of the
fruit fly. My plan Is lu pick tho
blossoms tor ono season, glvo Iho
f i ult fly nothing1 on which to fosf,
ami lr nil my neighbors and their
neighbors would do tho snmo I think
soma good should result nt tho slight
est expense, lit damage to the fruit
Summer School Students Arc
Required to Get Eighty
Students who pass the summer
school iccpilrcmctitH litis jear will bo
thoroiighl) equipped In all branches
the standard Is higher thin over be
fore and decldedl) exacting.
Hvery student In ordei to paste
must secure nt leant clrhty per cent
In till studies. This docs not allow an
averaging for all tho studios. If ono
hundred per rent is obtained In four
studies rind sevonty-nlno per cent- In
Iho flllli, it is marked as a failure.
Tho purpose of this Is tho ralso
tlio standard of the teachers who aro
given charge over tho children of thq
Territory, and moio certain!) assure
thoioughly schooled employes for tho
Department of Public Instruction. .
Captain II. C. lloiidlitto Is again In
command of tho Oceanic Steamship
Slcira that Is making Its wny towards
Honolulu ami Is duo to arrive off tho
port at da) light loniorrinv morning.
A wireless received this morning
states that tho vessel has nine!) -five
c ibln nnd 1 1 stcerago passengers. Pur
Honolulu there Is 21S0 tons general
cargo. Mall to tbo amount of SO sacks
Is expected. Tbo Sierra brings .
ciiinntllv of Wells Fargo nxmessmat
tor, somo or which will bo tran-i-rerrcd
to coasting steamers ror Inter-
Temperatures 6 n. m , 73; 8 a. nt;
75;. 10 a. ni , ill; noon, 77; morning
minimum, 70. ,
Barometer, 8 a. in. 30 07; absolute
humidity, 8 a in , f! 082 grains pel
cubic tool; iclitllu lilimldit), 8 n. 111.,
60 per cent; dow point, 8 a. m , 03
Wind. b a m , velocity 10, direc
tion H; 8 a. in, icloclt) 7, direction
NB; 10 a. m , velocity 12, direction 1";
noon, velocity S, direction NK.
Halurall during 24 hours ended 8
ii. m , .OR Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
bonis ended at noon, 241 miles.
Sheriff Jurrett and Chief McDuffie.
whii vvenl down to Wulnlua yesterday
returned Ibis morning after making
tho luvesllgatlim as In tho cause of
tlio tiouhlcv wlihh resulted In tho
niurdor of Antonio Moieno Alvarez
by luen Iluenio. i
Iluorno, tho prisoner, will bo
In ought up town this afternoon b)
Doputv Shotlff Cox. In tho moan tlmo
Cok Is still gelling Inrormatlon ro
gsinllng Iho (Igltt botween the two
Slicrlff Janqtsald this morning Hint
aa far as bo and Chief McpulHo eould
ascertain, tho two Spaniards were not
Ii link ut the tlmo ot tho trouble. It
was evidently stinted by Alvarox
Iluenio Is ft )ouug man. Ho stabbed
Alvarez, arter ho himself had been hit
In the head with a boo by tbo deceas
ed. Hucriin will bo placed In prlhon,1
whoio bo will remain until tho gov
ernment s prepared to piocccd with
Thomas Moore, Iho gteat Irish poet
wns honored In Washington by tho
unveiling of a bust to his memory In
tho Corcoran nrt gnllciy.
Per tl. 8. A. T, Sheridan, from Ma
nila mid Nagasaki Capt.. Samuel. T
Ansell, wlfo und 3 children, Colonel
W, II. C. Powell, wlfo nnd daughter,
Jonathan llrooks, Miss Wlafrod
Darns, Mrs It. K. lUers, Mm. Mary
It. Urjan and 2 children, Master Hotu
mont Puck, II. J. llrainau, J. K. Pcat
t) aiid wife, LL Col.NJohn Conklm,
Capt. Charles Crawford and .MrlftJ 1st.
LI. Henry C. Coburn Jr., J.''A. (Crop
per, Thomns F, Chuck, wlfo and 3
children. Malcolm pamcron. Parley M.
Cook, Mrs. Hills Cromwoll and 2 cnll-(
drcn, Capt. John L. Do Will, wlfo and
roil, Joseph M. Deem, Mrs I.) din lin
den, Mrs. Leo Davidson and son, Geo.
P. Davis, Miss Dorothy D. Fcssonden,
Hairy C. Gardner," Mri. M. A. Glen
Denning, Ma J Klvln It. Holhcrg, wlfo
nnd 3 children, Mrs. Woodson llock
er and 2 children, Mrs. W. C Hjiii
toon, W. J. Hlno, Mrs. Daniel 8. How
Itt, F. II. Johnston, Mrs. Anthony
KIcltE and 2 children, Lt. Col. M. (. v
Martin, Capt. Frank J. 'Morrow, wiro
ami daughter, Mrs. James II. Mallott
and daughter, Lt. Glrnrd U MeButic,
wlto nnd son, Capt. John T. Name.
Mrs. Clirton C. Norton. John W.jNcw
oll. Miss Caroline F. Qulnby, Capt. Al
van C. Hcid and wlto, Pert llcltsuvd
cr and wire, John J. llochfort, wlfo
mid son, Geo. H. Ilury and wife, 2nd
IX 'John J. Itoss, Lt Col. Geo. P.
Scrlven and 2 daughters, MnJ, Win. II.
Sage and wife, Capt. Hamilton A.
-Smith, wiro and 3 children, Capt. Mat
thew 0. Smith, wfo and 2 children
Capt. Wullcr tl. Sweeney, wlfo and 2
children, MaJ. Herbert II. Smgciit and
wife. Mjs. Howard It. Smalley, Mrs.
Geo P. Sainonskl and 2 daughters.
Mrs. Charles S. Schepke and daugh
ter. Capl. Wm. It. Bhutan. Capt. Wln
Ihrop W. Hlinme, wlfp'nnd child, Chas.
.Stark, wife pndson, Claude Thigpsn,
Capl. Win. cT. Valentine,. Capt. Frank
II. Wnlsoti, wife and son, Capt. James
T Wntson, dipt. Leonard D. Wild
man and wife, Mrs. Geo. Wallace, N
Wlttenbcrger, wife nnd ron, Mrs. A
Wlsllzemm and, 2 daughters, Mrs. Al
Per M. N. S. H. Honoliilnn, from
Sin 1'ianclsro vli Kihiilul M, D.
Smith, Daniel Richmond, Dr. II IC
Barry, Mrs II. K. Ilnrry, Mrs. A. Conn
t A. Henly," Mrs. F. A. Ilealy, W. II
Clark, Mrs. Wm. Orlh. It. McWnjnc,
Mrs. Leo Cohen and Infant, Miss A.
II. Coates, Miss Pnrbara Ron, Miss
Mildred lion, Mrs. Jcsslo Dryan, Ro
an Drant. Miss H Ljman, Miss Mary
Schacfcr, R. Mack, E. L. Wilson. II.
It.'Hllclicoek, Jr., II F. Mingles, Mrs.
IL Mack, Guthrlo, II. P. Baldwin. Mrs.
tl. P. Baldwin. Dr. W. D. Baldwin,
Mrs. W. D Baldwin, II. A. Baldwin,
Mrs. II. A. Baldwin, Mrs. J. W. Green,
T. Wick, Mrs. T. Wlqk, Mrs- J. M.
Johnson,-W. II. Hoogs, Jr., P. II. Par
ker. Miss H P. Neglo), MlasT It. -V,.'
Killer, K.' Baiues. Mrs. li. Dames,
Master Barnes, J. W. Green. C. Kilt
gaird. C. W. Sclmnnn, II. Smith, M.
Hookey, Sirs M. Hookey.
Per U. S. A. T. Sherldau, ror San
Francisco, July C rrom tho Second
Infantry: MnJ. G. II. Duncait, Capt.
Wj .Ai Kent, Ucilt. D. W. Cliambei
hln, Lieut. W. G. Bill. From tbo
Firth Caialrj: Major ami Mrs. C. C.
Walcnlt, Jr., Limit. W. C. Christy,
Llqiitc nant and Mrs. C. S. Caffroy,
Lieutenant Kl) and T. II. Kd wards,
veterinarian; inlso Capt. M N. Falls,
T(rcmout Crime, C. 13, Q M. I).; Clar
ence Albrccl, Soigcant and Mrs. B O.
Williams, nidlnanco department; Ser
geant ami Mrs J, C. Tailor and child.
IN FOREIGN PORT.
Thursday, July 6.
SAN PHANCISCO-July 11, 12 m.: Ar
rived, S, S Siberia, lienco Juno 30.
SAN DIKGO-July G; Settled, 8 S.
Virginian, for San Francisco
OKQHAMA Jly 3f SaJIceir 8. 8.
Hongkong Muru, for Honolulu,
S, S. SIKRHA, at sea, July f), 1911:
95 cabin parscngers, 11 stecrago
passengers, 2108 tons cargo, 80
sacks mall, W. F. Kxpicss. will dock
at Qceanle wmif early Friday inon
Ing. S. 8 CHINA: Will nrrlvo from Yo
liohumu, 1 p. m. Friday (tomorrow).
PLANS ARE RATIFIED
Plans nude b) the committees for
the arbitration mass meeting next Hun
dii) night, as announced In tbo Bul
letin jistcrday. wiro ratllled by the
spcclil oxccutlve loninilttee at a meet
lS Md jestcrdii) ufternoon, und ar
ranucmcntH for this iiKctlug aro now
A , featuro will bo that Governor
Prenr, representing tho United States,
and British Consul H fl, U Torster,
rtpicscntlng Great Britain, will bo In
vited to attend and each given ono of
tio lower-floor buxos W. O. Smith is
tf ho cbiilriiMii of tbo occasion, and
the spcukrrs jih aniiotinced previously
M.usrnl featmes will lm a quartet led
by A P Wall, an orchestra led by
Captain Porgir, and solos.
RESERVATION TO BE
ENLARGED AT FORT
Governor Prear recoh od word rrom
Washington Btntlng that an order had
been Issued by Presldont Tart that
calls ror Iho enlarging or tho Fort
Armstiong military reservation, which
will extend It to tho harbor channel
and eovcis u strip of land that ox
tends along the channel quite n dis
tance below tho wharf that Is lo be
built by tho government, reaching
from Port Armstrong out ovor tho
bay .to tho chnnnol.
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