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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.
WEDNESDAY: . r , ,
L(l Aloli.i ... n, 0. i:. S.
Al visiting metnbern oi U.
Order aro cordially invited to
attend meetings nf local lodge.
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
iiniue ri'niutrne, ncuiusn vi
BENEFICIAL A?Snp-IATI0R. cWon. cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M,
Meets every Brat and third Thura
ys of each month at Knlghti ot
Pythlae Hall. Visiting brothers eor-
itally luvltixl to attend.
II. FOSTER, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, . 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Halt, corner
Brettnla and Fort streets.
VlMMng Eagles are Invited to at
OEO. A. DAVIS W. P.
WM C. McCOY, Sec
SONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61, B. P. O.
Clks, meet In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
'nvlted to attonj.
I) P, n. IHHNnETtO, $. R.
OHO. T. KLUEClEL,'Sec.
WM. HcKINLEY LODQE. HO. 8,
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Meats' every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KILBEY, 0. C.
E. A. JACOHSON. K. R. 8.
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Moniach and Liver
Cures tlio Kidneys.
Ladies' Panama Hats
M1LT01M & PARSONS
Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3088
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
FLIES OVER NIAGARA
Birdman Defies Death In Trip
Down Gorge and Over the
NIAOARA FALLS, N. Y., Juno ?7
Lincoln Ileachey mudo na aero-
. piano Might Hits evening over tills
partly, iiciosB tlio lower Niagara unci
high iiver. tlio Anicilcau fulls. Then,
1 Hifllin linnl fiom Priiitiilu lin .llmu.,1
flntii llio gorge mill Hailed bouutlfullj
under tlio giant in tli of llio, upper
S-f' Tlio alrshlii seemed to nlilm IIia
"irTinlfl.- nU llU .Mfl.l,. lllll l.tlilir.i tillHLItfPH
i ......J. .... IIV lltltUU III. I'I.,,.U MDUIIU
rfniiililwiiy between two uhutments and
Ir'ubaiit soventy-flvo foot below tlio low
est stool glrdeis of th'iS Btrucluro.
U'1 Passim: llio hrldirn. lioiichov coil'
, tlniit'il on iioMi tlio gorge almost to
1 tlio whirlpool rapids, clearing Jhe
levator by not tnoro than thirty feet,
ilils lilplnuo tipping unevenly In the
peculiar ulr currents eiieoimteroil lit
Sjtlio ilcop pocket. Therp w.fs a ciy ot
rollef Horn the crowd when tlioy Haw
illio biplane nt lout imar Into Ilia
higher iillltiiilo, ami, dealing thu
wooded Canadian bank 'by n narrow
"Sii'nrGln, sail uwny In safety,
"It was tlio moHt exciting tilp o(
my life," sulil Iluuchey after landing
Rfv.v nt Nhierar.i Pulls. Ontario, lin will
tly again tomoirow.
REV S. L DESHA of Hllo uxpecU
to return on till) .Muuim Kun next
MltS. QUO C HALL', of Kansas
City, now In Sail Francisco, Is on her
way to visit Hawaii.
MARSTON CAMPBELL Is booked to
hall for Kauai today. He goes on
belt loud lummissloii work,
MISS ETHEL LEE TOMA, former
ly u school teacher ot Kiiuul, Is now
In Mlchtra7i, residing permanently.
CHIEF McDUFFIE lias it birthday
next Sunday and thera are big times
promlKcd for tliut day, among whlcli
will be a luau In honor ot tlio occa
sion, 8. T. STARlll-rrT, of Conchella,
Cut., arrived on the Sierra this morn
ing. He conies 111 mi advisory rapac
ity to look over tlio small-farming
possibilities ot Hawaii for the Terri
lti:V HEXitY I. STARK, of the
Catholic Untveislty of America,
Washington, D. C, says In u recent
letter to the Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee that ho has been giving lcq
tincs of Hawaii before ery uppre
COL. SAM PARKER, who is mak
ing n tour of the world with his son
Ernest and stepdaughter llentrlte
Campbell, is or was recently In Paris,
according to a postcard that lias
been recelud from him. Tho Colonel
has met Home former residents of
Hawaii and Is Inning a good time.
Among the Sierra's pussengers tills
morulas was Mr, S. T, Carr, formerly,
In tho S.in FrunclHco olfl,co of the
Westlughouse Electric & Manufactur
ing Company, who comes to tuko i
position with The Hawaiian Elcctrl'u
Company us sales engineer for West
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vutlona, that u prsiure. bilow started
u n lb, the bottom rising to quite u
Several attempt' were mudn to pump
agulu, Juit taih tlmu there woh nil lip-
hwiMil of the bottom, making pump
lilg under theso luiuIHIoiis useless. It
was then that the naval engineers hit
upon the plaiir.whlcli they mibinltted,
one which would prevail an untimely
nlli starting. The nqw Idea. Is to pin
the ilrydocU' bottom down with many
piles, driven ho cIom! uh to prevent any
irlh sturtliig. This plan was then sent
tn Washington, approved by thu uu-
lliorltlen, iiaKSfd upon umltreturneil lm
nudlati'ly.jU'hijIiu; the work not more
than n month.
With the return of Contractor Smith
this morning, the work on the ilrjdocl;
bottom will be resumed Immediately,
Already pllus have bteu Kent for to
tho Coast, and are due to nirhu hero
In uhout u month, to bo used In the
pinning down of the buy bottom, which
will require U00O piles. Tho construc
tion company lias on band at tho mtiio
of operations enough plies to keep them
busy pending tho arrival of the others.
riio piles will bo driven under wnter
by lueniiH ot un eucnl) ptus pile used as
u "helper" to drive them under thu
pressure of enormous steam hammers.
Klght feet of piling will be allowed to
remain above tho lloorlng of the har
bor bottom, which will form a great
reinforcement for the concrete that will
be dumped In, fiinnlifg u solid concrete
lloorlng eight feet In thickness for the
bottom ot tho drydock, which no pres
miio possible can force up.
The additional cost In connection
with tills change In tho work will fall
upon the construction company, there
being n clause In tho contract which
called for possible piling as might bo
DUE HERE SOON
The II S. transport Sherman, which
left Sun rtunclsco July G, Is due to
arrive in Honolulu July 12.
She will bring n number nf casuals
and 200 marines for this port, also the
I'lrst KU hi Artillery, composed of two
hutttrles and u regimental bund, whUli
will be tuken to Seholleld and ipiar
tend In the new buildings that have
just been i reeled
The First Artillery will bo In com
inanil of Colonel David J. Itanibough,
who will arilvu with them.
Captain flaunt lias fully recovered
fiom his attack of Illness and was
nblo to leiuo tlio sanatorium yester
day to which bo has been confined the
past week. He returned to his charge,
II. II. M. S. Challenger, and will cast
hawser tomorrow afternoon, sailing
dhectly to FIJI ennmlo to the South
SeuH and Australian wateis.
With more than $1,000 In currency
on Ills pei son, a man Identified by pi-
purs In his jmckut at Kmil Illrsch, ,'!0
jcuis old, of Chicago, was found dead
In his room In u hotel at Cleveland
A tumbler containing chloral was
found Deputy Coroner Droego bo-
Ilovos It u raho of inilclde.
That cancer Is u germ disease Is
tlio rimchihloii reached by Dr. Hrwln
V, Smith, chief pitliologlst ot tho bu
leau of plant industry of the depart
ment of ngrlcttltuir, fiom bis studies
of plant tumors,
J ,1, Often, nop estimator of tho
state ilepnitiiieiil or ngrlcultiiie, to
inrln that the induced crop of Vir
ginia will bo 25 per cent slioit thin
J ear because ot dioiiglit.
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- OrO. Deniamin oaVS : derfuPcures mdeby my marvelous remedies are of people who are living right in Hono-
f - lulu and vicinity. Some have been literally dragged from death's door and cured, oth
ers have been ailing for years and had given up hope until cured by my medicines. I have cured thousands upori thousands on the mainland, but
1 1 never use their names here. I prefer to (jive you the names of prominent people we have cured who live here whom vou know and meet every
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Remedy,
Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Lack of Appetite, Heart Fluttering, Gas
and Wind on Stomach, Bloated Feeling, Pains in Stomach after Eating, Sick Headache,
Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Biliousness, La Grippe, .Dengue. Fever, Chills and Fever, Ma
laria, Breakbone Fever, Tired Feeling, Jaundice, Backache, Diabetes, Gravel, Insipient
Bright's Disease, Bladder Trouble, Enuresis, Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Catarrh, Scrof
ula, Melancholia, Nervous Disorders, Sleeplessness, Removes Worms , Cures Constipation,
Anaemic Condition. A Great Tonic for- Women.
$1.00 per bottle; 3 for $2.50, 6 for $5.00
I Notice. Bro. Benjamin Compound H.rbalo contains no alcohol. Therefore the taite ot tome bottles may vary slightly.
Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.,
reronal attention to all orders.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
MATSON STEAMER AND MEN NOW
UNDER CLOSE CUSTOMS ESPIONAGE
IUImI i. ft t I '' g t
Officers In Nippon Maru Bring Much Opium to Light Sier
ra Met With Fine Trip Down From the Coast Captain
Houdlette Back in Harness Inter-Island Steamers Sail
ing for Ports This Evening Mail for the Coast.
With every pound of available
fl eight removed, a bevy of l'lderal
customs inspectors swarmed over llio
Mathou Nuvlgntluu liner Wllliclmln.i
during n isutlon of the stay of that
vessel ut Sun l'ruuclsco.
The Wllliulnilnu was fairly combed
by the vigilant customs squad. While
nt Honolulu a foico of between fifteen
or twenty men might bo available for
exploration, tho coast delegation Is
said by otllcors In tho Slcirn, to liuvo
uunibeied lift J- ur more moil.
"It wus a hunt fur tlio t-uductlvu
drug, tho llko of which has bebloiu
been pmsuud un any vessel," was tho
way the seaich for contraband opium
was described tills morning.
Tho Wllhulmluu engine room was
gone aver and It Is claimed that there
was hardly an ounce ut coal that did
not iccelvo minute attention by tlio
members ot thu bunch who carried
prodding Irons and dark lanterns. Tho
inspectors kept on tho Jub and delved
under bottom plates uiiil descended
Into bilge tanks. It wus generally
bollovcd Hint In and about the inn
chlneiy was a fnvmilu placy for at
tempting to conceal tho drug.
Tills portion of tlio MiitHou ship was
haunted by more than one Inspector
until the time drew near for depar
ture. According to the story brought
down by tho Sierra, thero are cor
talu officers mid employees connect
ed wllli tho start of the Wlllielinlu.i
whoso movements aro ciosoly watch
ed by Federal officers. Their Jour
uoys to and from tho ship aro Invari
ably under espionage of one or moro
Tho fact Hint the Matson steamer
wus given u thorough going 'over by
Collector Stucknblu's men upon her
Inst visit hero did pot deter tho Him
Francisco authorities In piotucutliig
a vigorous search. They point out
that while tho Japanese liner Nippon
Muni was combed by tho local offi
cers without success. Captain Fllnim
.arter leaving Honolulu ordcied his
ofllceiH to hcairh all tho stiungu
nooks nnil tiauules of tlio stoaineri'
Willi the reHijlt that tliey weio In a
W.C. Peacock Co., Lid
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
!Mont Rouge Wines
-i l - '
measuro row-aided a day beroro tho
liner reached thu (lobleii auto. It Is
believed that the drug was concealed
by .InpiiticHO member ot tho engine
loom foiee, '
In addition' lo tho forty-two tins ol
Hiiiuklng opium discovered on boud
thu Jupunesu liner Nippon Maru by
Captain Klliper, the master of tlio
vessel, utter she had left Honolulu,
thu engineer, by the captain's order,
nuido a ilgorous henich of tho cngliin-
room and uncaillicd lhlrt.v-tvvo tins
nioio, liiinglug thu total to seventy'
two tins, worth $2880. Inspector Jo
feph Head and S. II. Snckott at San
Fiuncisco fulmd 10'J flve-tncl tins In
tho bilge bottom. This In ought the
total opium fclzed up to 181 'tins, of
the combined value of $7240.
The opium will be destroved and
C.iptnlii Kilmer will endeavor to huvo
thli niilonintlc fine of about $4000 ic
mllted, In view of tlio ovldenco of
cam and good faith on Ills part In
uiscoverlug tlio contraband cache.
Sierra Brought Many Tourists.
Captain II. C. Houdlette was on tho
bridge of thu Oceanic steamship Si
erra with the name utd cheery smile
this morning. The veternn skipper
escaped from thu clutches of his
physician and as Boon us he passed
from sight of bind, it Is said that his
rccovory progressed by leaps und
July tth was one of the red letter
duys in the annals of the Slorra. The
vessel was decked out In pntrlotic ur
ray. .Thero wus un Imnriimntu lira-
"gram of exorcises in which the aklll-
ful management of Purser Tom
Smith, Dr. Chirk und Stowurd Carlo
ton was plainly noted.
Tlio weather was ull that could be
dcnlied byiiliiBty-olght cabin passon
gers, The Siena brought fourtoon steer
age passenger, Including one stow
uwuy who bus uhout every two years
played a return engagement. He Is
said to display extreme und painful
partiality lu Oceunlo steamships. Tho
man Is a Hawaiian and he is usually
dumped here utter his periodical ml-
LrrHlm , ,i. ,i,,.,i
')iu Hlerra- nrrived befp'rp 8 o'clock
i , , t
ii ! WifV f 1irifii-i if in if iiififcirl'tiMilir rtffitfiiflf illirtWiLtri.
ii yuu use iiv euiuuieb iium
1024 Fort St.
OtWellows' Bids., near King St.
this morning with freight londcd at
San Francisco amounting to 2isu
tons. A mulnland mall of 81 sacka ar
rived. Among the passengers' In the
liner were a number of easterners
who cams to Sun Frunclsco tn attend
the Sunday school convention und
who lire now tuking advantage of
their visit to the coast to seu some
thing. of the American teriltury that
lies ull by Itself in the south sun-
Delegate to Congress Kuluiilunuolu
returned on tlio Slerru. Another pas
senger Is I.. U P. (leorge, an educat
or of Hawaii. Oeorgo brought u brtdo
buLk with him. J, II. Ilertsche, Ho
nolulu famous bonlfuce, was ulso u
Captain Ankers Passed to Higher Com.
Captain (leoigo Atikcis, master of
thu United Stales. army tronsiKirt Dlx,
who through frequent visits at the
xirt of Honolulu won for himself
friends by the score, died at his honiu
in Mill Valley, Cab, on Wednesday,
.lunu zkiii. jus demise was Hiiddeii
though the skipiMir had nufbeOit In
veiy good health for some tlmu lust.
it Is believed that his recent difficulty
wiiii an nrmy utiaitoriiinster captain
at n fnimer vlslt.of tho Dlx at Hono
lulu, pieyed upon his mind to sumo
orient. Captain Ankers had been
tciiiKrnrlly telluvod of his command
us stated In tho Hullo tin ut that
tlmu. AnkerH was ror ears lu com
mand of the Dlx and be was on leave
at the time of his death. His death
came as a shock to his friends ns It
was believed that ho hnd completely
iccnvaicii his health. AnkeiH was ono
of the best known mariners on the
1'nclllc. lleforo cntoilng the govern
ment employ ho wus in the Pacific
Sheridan Off for the Coast.
It is predicted that tho United
States nrmy linnsport Sheridan wilt
make a slow tiip to San Fiuncisco
berausq of tho foul condition of thu
bottom. The troopship cleared Naval
whurfiNo, 3 at font- o'clock jeitterday
afternoon taking about twenty cablii
passengers Including n number of well
known army olnccrs their wives ami
fumlllcs. Cnptaln W. N.'Falls sailed
In tho transpoitfor the mulnland
where ho will rejoin liU regiment now
stationed In Texas. The Sheridan
carried n mail destined for tho main
Quarantine Launch Soon Ready.
Dr. Carl Ramus has received u cablo
fiom Washington authorizing him to
sook tenders for piepuilng tho now
quarantine launch for service In th
waters of Honolulu hnibnr. Tho launch
arrived from tlio coast borne woul;s
ago but upon Investigation was found
unfitted for work with the local brunch
of tho ipiaiaiitlno service ns a bouul
lug vessel. Considerable cliango.uud
alteration will have to be done beforo
tho craft can be utilized for tho pur
pose for which It was built.. It Is hop
ed that the launch will bo ready rur
use by tho last or tho month:
Manchuria Has Large Oriental Cargo.
A cable lecolved ut tho agency of
11. Hackfold mid Company announces
tho departure of the Pacific Mpll
steamship Manchuria from Yokohama
yesterday afternoon. That vessel js
bringing fifteen hundred tons Orlontal
freight for discharge nt Honolulu. The
.'Manchuria has room for one hundred
and fifty cnbln passengers. TIiIb largo
amount or room In tho Manchuria will
probably dispell tho ort rocurrlng
clamor from coastwise siispenslonfsls
that tho bars bo let down In favor of
Postponed Inter.lsland Sailing.
Tho sleuiner W. O. Hall Is loavln
for Kauai tun (h at llvo o'clock this
ov onlng taking mail and express mat
ter that nrrivedtheio early tip's morn
ing by the Oceanic steamship Sierra.
Tho Hull has beep provided with a
lUgo gouerul ruigo Including liuubqr
Weekly Uulletlu II per year.
tuuv w i cure vnn. a rn n iiRnnn
n. words "BRO. BENJAMIN" and this picture muit be on
vry package -
m , Jk SSdDalaHHi 1 1 1 J I J ll lal
TRADE MARK OF THE BRO. BENJAMIN REMEDY CO.
REGISTERED IN U. S. PATENT OFFICE
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday, July 7. k,
YOKOHAMA July 7! Arrived, S.tB
Tcnjo Maru, henco Juno 27.
SEATTLE July 7: 8alled. S. S. Arl-
zoniiti, for Honolulu.
H1I.O July C: Sailed, S. S, Colum
blun fur Salluu Cruz. ,
K. u. ciiitin, win arrive on pun nuuiii
2 p. tn. and piububly sail tomorrow
Per stmr. W. a. Hall for Kauai
ports, July 7. 11. F. Hcastailt.
Per stmr. Clnudlno ror Hawaii and
Maul jKirts, July 7. Snm Ilaldwln, 11.
Hitchcock, II. Hitchcock, J. O'ltouike,
Rro. Frank, llro. Charles J. P. Cockott,
Louis Machado, llro. Lewis, llrxf. Mor
ris, Rov. P.. 11. Dodgo, Falhor Maximo,
Mrs. A. F. Cooke, Mrs. Tavaros, Liz
zie Siioncor, W. V. Qoodalo, P. O.
Wong, II. V. Tiovcncn, Mrs. Tiove
no n, '8. 'Maulya, Mrs. II. Nojeda.M.
Per clmr. Mlknhnla ror Maul and
Molokal Kirts, July 11. A. F. Cooko
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai rts,
Jilly U. Miss U Wobor, CllfTun) Kim
ball. Miss Millard, Mrs. K. A. Ross,
Miss V. Downey, C. King, J. A. Dump.
.Mutinous ?IuitiiirH Rule Hie Recks.
It was with a sigh or relief that tho
last of tho wild and frolicsomo horses
und mules were removed from tho
decks of the Matson Navigation
steamer Honolulu!! nt Huckfeld wharf
yesteiduy. The Ilonoliilan carried on
deck 74 head of stock, which Includ
ed 24 of tho wildest, contrarlcst und
most mutinous mustangs that ever
came olf tho bunchgiass. They ob
jected to going on boaid ut Sail Fran
cisco, und once on boaid are said lo
have objected to their quailcrs und
tried to kick the ship to pieces. Just
us they wero all nicely settled in their
stalls an automobile wus hoisted over
tho side. One of the mustangs uuiglit
sight of the suspended buzz wagon
Just as It was being lowcied Into tho
hatch. With a leap that would have
won u blue ilbbou nt a horsu show
und the respect of the whole countiy
sldo ut a stato fulr, w thu mustang
Jumped over the top bur ot his stul
and lunded astraddle ot one of the
winches. The wlnchman, entirely
suriouuded by horse's legs, wus poti(
flcd Into Immobility,. Ho neither
moved, winked nor breather until thu
mustang hud been seemed and
drugged away, and tho mustang was
us scurcd as thu wludinian,
Next Mall for the Coast.
Tho Pacific Mull fctoaiucr,Clilna ex
pected to sail front Channel wharf
for San Francisco on or about ton
o'clock Saturday morning will csury
tlio next mail ror tho mainland. The
China is to arrive from the Orient
early this uftuinooii. Tho vessol has
a thousand tons fielght to discharge
fiom Hongkong and tho Japanese
imrls. At the oinco or H. Ilackfeld
und Company about twonty-flvo cabin
passengers have booked for the const
by the popular vessoh
Off for Kona and Kau.
Taking n full list of cabin and a
largo number ut deck passengers the
Inter-Island slonmer Manna Ixui cast
oh lines for- Kona niul Konu iwrts of
Hawaii at noon today, Tho stenmor
was given n goodly shipment of fer
tilizer, lumber mid plantation stoics
befoio sailing ror windward poits ot
call on thu lllg iHlnnd. Tho Manna
Uia Is duo to l etui u to Honolulu on
Friday, July llth. Tho Muuim Lna
ciiriled n laigu mail ror Hawaii that
arrived by tlio Siena.
A iiowspnpcr pliotogiapher has a
right to tuko a jilc,t)iro or any ono lu
a public Btieet, nceoidlug to a deci
sion by Judgo Stearns In tho Supuiior
court at Nbwpoit, R. I.
tpsi mnn n is nt trip twnn.
Friday, July 7.
San Frnnclsco Sierra, O. S. S., a.
Thursday, July 6.
San Francisco Sheridan; U. S. A
T., 4 p. m.
1 PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per O. S. S. Slerru from San Fran
cisco, Juno 7. L. Aaron, MIbs I.
Ilouidmnu, Miss M. llouidmnii, C,
Urnuagnn, Mss A. Uriinaguii, Miss C.
Hriiuugnu, Roland Ilrock, W. II. Hrock,
Miss Mai Ilia Ilroz, Mrs. V. Hrovvel,
Arthur Uuslicr, S. T. Carr, Ciishmun
Curler, -Dal Yon Chung, Mrs. C. C.
Cocinlcy, W. II. Criimpluii, Miss Doris
Daniels, ltcnnsselaoar Daniels, Miss
M. II. tlavls. Miss K. Dnliil, llcrt Ush
er, J. 1 (!a,iiier, Mrs. (Inrncr, U P.,
tleoigo, Mfs. (Icoige, Miss Florenco
llall.iin, (1. Hanna. Mra..IIanna, W.
W. Hnirls, Mrs.v Harris, Miss Adelo
Hurt, MIsb Hell K. Hart, Mis. Helen
Hutwood, J. 11. Horlkcho, F. l. Illn
des, Pilupo J, It Kulanhtniinle, J. It
Kiimanuiilii, Mis. Kiiiuaiiuiilu, L. II.
Ktyr, T. V. King, Mrs. King, C. F.
Loomls, Mrs. I.jon, Mis. C. J. Mc
Cnrtby, Miss Margaret McCarthy, Miss
A. M. McCullucIi, J. II. MucldinVrty.
Mrs. MacUirterty, F. A. Muiiiflolil,
Mrs. Jl F, Mist, Miss II. W. Mist. It.
II. Mist, J, S. Morrow, Mrs. INVttlo
O'Donnel), F. H. Purlildgo, Mrs. Purt
lldge. Miss I J. C. Pock, MIsi B. Ped
ler, Stephen Potter, !,. J. I'lattl, us.
Plnttl, Miss Frances Plaltl, Miss
Uiulso Pratt, Thos. V Rawlins, J.
W. Robertson, Miss Lillian Robeilsuu,
Louis Roseiitlial, MrB. F. J. Saw) or,
C. n. Stephen, D. Schopf Mrs. Scliopr,
F. II. Sintlli. Miss a. Smith, Dr. S. 8.
Smith, S. Siielllng, Miss Ida Solomon,
J. 8. Spltzcr, Mrs. Spllz'er.8. T. Star
rett, Mss Kdna Sullivan, Miss Cora
TfiompHon, Clins, Townseinl, Mrs.
Tovvnsend, II. O. Tleilnniann. Miss
Eleanor Van Tuyl, Miss 0. B. Walkor,
John Watoihouso, .Mrs. Watorhouse,
.1. 1). Wear, Mrs. Wear, R. M. Webb,
Mis. Wobb W. ll.'Whlllng, Eil. Wlck
pian, K. C. Wlggln, Mrs. porelra nn.l
son, W, J., Dennett. ,
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
Per U. 3. A. T. Sheridan, for Shii 'H
Fiuncisco, July c From tho Second
Infantry: MaJ. 0. R. Duncan, Capt.
W. A. Kent, Ueut. D. W. Chamber
lain, I.lout, W. O. nail. From llio
Fifth Cnvalry: Major and Mrs. C. C.
Wnlciitt, ,lr., i.lout. W. 0. Christy,
Lieutenant und Mrs. C. S. Caffrey,
Lleuteiinnt Ely und T, II. Edwards,
veloilmiilun; also-Capt. M. N. Falls,
Fremont Crane. C, K Q. Ml I).; Clnr
enco Albrcct, Sergeant nnd Mrs. E. 0.
Williams, ordlnanco department; Ser
geant nmt Mis. J. q. Taylor and child.
Per stmr. Mnuua Loa for Kona und
Kau ports, July 7. Mrs. A, M. No
wpll, Mrs. n. llorndt, Mrs. C. F. Han
sen, Rov. A. 8. Bilker, Mrs. R. n. Ba
ker, D. I Wllhlngton, F. B. McStock
er. Miss Alice Brims, J. K, Brown,
Mrs. Walau, Mrs. Wlthlngton.
Per stmr. Mauna JCea, for Hllo and
way ports, July 11, Miss Munro, J.
W. Wuldron, Jas. U Holt, Mrs. N. I
Heon, Ethel McKonzle, Mrs. D. II.
Cnso, Mr. and Mrs. n. II. Hitchcock,
Mr. and Mis. A. W. Vans Valkonbew,
Mis. U. Liindloy, Miss Ruth I.undlny.
Thelma Lundley, (leoigo Lundloy, Al
len Liindley, a, N. Wilcox, Miss A. C.
Iliovvu, J. F. lliown, Rov. S. h. Desha,
Miss Pllkol, W. M. dlffard, Miss fl.
tllffaid, Miss C. Jaensch, R. L. Wil
cox, Mrs. WHcox. N. N. Wilcox, Mrs
V, F. Witter, A'. W. Todd. Mrs. Todd.
Miss Hnindeen, Miss Kinney, Mls-i
liulgnr, Jus. Kiiopua,
fJ-BULLETIN ADS PAY-UM