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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911.
Bkv ' r
K Masonic Temple ll personalities
Masonic " Temple
.NoiiiIiit Honolulu .Staled.
AH tliltlng membirn of tko
Order mro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
jiciiir ciieiiitrne. KUIUC1S Ul
Hntnx cnomccno ollie, A0,
BENEFICIAL A?Snp-IATIOIL elation, cor.
AWAJ3AN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. H ,
Meet every first and third Thure
laye of each nouth at Knlgbta of
Pythtai Hall. Vliltlng brother cor'
lially Invited to attend.
W J IIOUINSON, Sachem
u v todu, o. or n.
I0N0LULU AERIE, 140, 'f. 0. E.
MeeU on the 2nd-and 4th WED-
v NKSDAT evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eaglet are Invited to at
und. OHO. A. DAVIS W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
S0N0LULU L0DPE, 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No, 616, D. P. O,
tiki, meets In their hall, on King
treet, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
'nvlted to atten-i.
D. P. It. ISENDKTta. n. Jl.
ar:o. t. KLUEanL, sec.
VU. McKINLEY I0DQE. HO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Herotanla. Vlilt-
Ing brother! cordially Invited to at-
F. F. KILBEY, C. O.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. B.
A new style in
"Crossett Shoes for
We are showing some
nice ones in PATENT
COLT BUTTON BOOTS
Jto a GUN-METAL CALF
Ahich it an extremely pop
ular shoe among the
These aro built with a
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity. Tho best for the least
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT 8TREET
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2185. "ulletlu llusluess OflUe
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miTiiin r mifiti i
I! 11. DICKIIY 1ms returned from u
trip to the Const
J U ATKINSON, of Hnrrlsburg,
li, la n tout 1st making a short trip
to tliu Islands.
Mil. AN!) MItS. WILL HELLINA
nre booked to dopnrtjor the limliiliuid
on the Slcrru tomorrow.
M O PETERS, bunker mid broker,
will soon bo u visitor In the iBluiTds.
It will be his third trip bore.
T. HE13CE AND MItS. 11EI3CE lire
tbcatrleul pcoplo wlio will open un
engagement with the local amusement
II. H. LHIAND, i exietislvo man-
llfiicturer of belting on tbo Count, Is
milking a business tuid pleusure trip
to tbu Islands.
II. S. CHAMUKHI.AIN, n Cornell
student, comes to Hawaii to spend n
few weeks' vacation visiting tbo
many points of Interest.
V CAUST, n merchant of Kobe,
Japan, is among thu through passen
gers In the Pacific Mall steamer
Korea at the port today.
GKOIIGH CASTI.i:, having com
pleted a business tour of tho main
land, was an arrival at Honolulu this
morning on the Wlthcltninu.
W II. HENDRICKS, prominently
(dcntlllcd with Masonic orders on tho
Coast, was a visitor to Honolulu by
the steumor Wllhelmlna this morn
ing. L. U DUUKEU AND MllS. DUIt
KKE of San rrunclsco, on a honey
moon tilp uro pusscngors In tho
Pacific Mall steamer Koreu who will
remain over hero whllo on a tour to
MItS. WILLIAM T. NOLTLNG. wife
of the Assistant Postmaster General
in thu Philippines, Is u through pas
senger In tho Korea en route to Ma
nila. Mil. and MllS. S. N. NAUINIAN and
Mr. and Mrs.' V. F. Chlpman are
bridal couples who come to tho Ha
waiian Islands to spend u honey
Hit. DEVLIN, u. populur dentist of
Shanghai, China, passed through Ho
nolulu on the China. Ho Is on a va
cation trli to his former homo In
Mil. AND MllS. 11. F. STOCKING
of Los Angeles wore numbered among
tho passengers to arrive by tho Mat
sou Nailgutlon steamer Wilholmliia
DAVIS UKOW'N AND MllS. HROWN
arc well-to-do people from-Louisville,
Kentucky, and aro making u round
trip to tho Orient In the Pacific Mull
C. A. MULFOltD, of the Hawaiian
Pineapple Products ..Company, will
leave on the Sierra tomorrow for Ills
homo In Philadolphlu. Ho Is leaving
the Islands permanently.
W. F. IIK1LHRON, of thp Metropol
itan Meat Company, Is hack from a
business trip to tho Coast. '-He re
turned by tho Wllhelmlna. Mrs.
Helliiroii accompanied him.
it. COTTI, a through passenger In
the Korea en route to Japan, Is u
well known hotel man In the Orient
nnd at present presides over tho des
tinies of n hostelry at Yokohama.
DIl. W. W. HITCHCOCK, promi
nent In tho medical circles of Los
Angeles, Is a visitor to Honolulu,
having arrived this morning In the
Matson Navigation steamer Wllhel
mlna. HOHKHT Lr.ONATU), associated In
an official capacity with the Gcrnian-
American Hunk of Los Angeles, was
an arrival this morning as a passen
ger In tho Mutsou Navigation steamer
MllS. B. P. DAIIOIE. tho widow of
tho lato well known editor nnd pro
prietor of the Oakland, California,
Tribune, Is a visitor to Honolulu, be
ing an nrrlvul In tho Puclflc Mall
steamer Korea this morning,
U II. LONG, chief engineer of tho
Southern Pacific lines In Arizona and
Now Mexico, accompanied by Ilia
daughter, Miss Olive I.ong, are to
make a tour of the Islands. They
arrived In the Koreu this morning.
CHARLES BASS1NI, tho traveling
ropresentutho for a Now York house,
Ik making his iinnual trip to tho Inl
ands. Ho was mi 'arrival In tho
Matson Navigation steamer Wllhel
mliiu, accompanied by Mrs. Basslnl.
MISS J. H. MACAULAY, dnughtor
of Captain Mucaulay the well known
pilot,, returned from the Coast this
morning urtor having uttonded a
mainland college. Miss Mucauluy was
n passenger lu tho Mutsou steamer
ATTOHNEY I M. STRAUS leaves
this afternoon at G o'clock for Kauai,
whore he will appear as special coun
sel for Kill tara Mltsuyuso, who la
charged with murder lu tho first d
greu, Ilo will bo uway for about
JOHNSON AND WELLS Is tho
numo of a team of dancers who como
down here to open ut one of tho lo
cul theaters. They aro said to be tup
Hoteliers In their class. They woro
passengers lu tho Kteumor Wilhol
mliia that arrived from San Francisco
Mil. AND MllS. J. M. DOWSETT,
Miss Alice Dowsett mid II. M. ami F
L. Dowsett woro among the returning
passengers In tho Pacific Mull steam
ship Korea tills morning, Mr. and
Mrs. Dowsett liiuu been making an
citcnslvu (our of tho llritlsli Isles nnd
tho Continent of Europe.
ATTOHNEY EDWAHD DOUTIIITT,
who has been looking Into suveinl oil
propositions on tho Coast ami oxten-
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
TRANS-PACIFIC LINERS HASTEN
AS THEY NEAR THE ISLANDS
WILHELMINA WAS OFF THE HARBOR AT MIDNIGHT, AND
THE PACIFIC MAIL KOREA CAME IN AS DAY DAWN
ED. MANY TOURISTS ARRIVE. LIGHT CARGOES FOR
THE ISLANDS. GET AWAY DAY FOR INTER-ISLAND
Captnln Peter Johnson and Chief
Hnglncer Forbes of the Mutton Na
vigation liner Wllhelnilua got their
heads together on the oyago down
from Sun Francisco and ns a result
of at least. one conference tho flag
ship of tho Matson licet steamed
down from Golden Onto to Diamond
Head In five dajs and thirteen hours,
Leaving San Francisco one hour in
advance of the Puclllc Mull steamship
Koieu the Wllhelmlna ofllcers declare
that they wcte at the end of their
voyage at midnight. The Korea was
seen from Diamond Head light at ear
ly dawn this morning.
Thu Wllhelmltia's liasteMn reach
ing the iort was presumably due to
tho fact that the vessel carried tho
hulk of tho mall. Tho Matbon steam
er had 241 sacks for Honolulu while
on the Korea was an additional llfty
sacks. This represents n pretty good
showing for an hour's difference in
Tho Wllhelmlna brought 1C(IU tons
freight for Honolulu and 1400 tons
merchandise and supplies fur ills
chargo at Hllo. Thu pnsfcongcr list
included SI cabin and C steerage. In
tho freight for this ort nto throe
uutonioblles for local importers.
Wireless Operator SUylon Is tho
proud professor of a now certificate
which proves to the satisfaction of the
Interested parties that ho hus success
fully passed tho rigid examination furl when It did not cain-o any great lu
ll wlroluss expert and operator. j convenience tu nil 'concerned. In this
Purser Chnrlea Drew was sur
rounded' by u nnmbor of friends this
morning and given cordial greetings
befitting a benedict. The unuh!o olll
cial wears tbo lionois with becoming
grace. The announcement uf his en
gagement and subsequent niarrlago
created more than usual Interest
among his list of acquaintances here.
Captain Frederickcon Gets New Com.
With the nrrlvul of tho Mutsou Na
vigation steamer lllloulan after a
rather slow trip from Seattle, cjiiio
tho news that Captain O. Frederick
son, who Is well nnd favorably known
to u number of shipping peoplu ut this
port, bus been assigned to u new com
According to officers In tho Hllo
nlan mcr which vessel Prcdcrlckson
presided us master for many mouths,
tho skipper now trods the bridge of
the steamer Klamath, u now vessel
which at present Is on a passenger
ami fi eight run between Sail Fiun
clsco ami Puget Sound iortu. Captain
FrederlckHon takes tne place made
vacant by the resignation of Captain
Hough weather with coutrory winds
was mainly icspunslhlo for the alow
passago mado by the HHonlan, Tho
Matson steamer uas signalled shortly
lifter six o'jclock but was passed by
the Federal medical olllcers and came
alougsldo Hnckfeld wharf after seven
o'clock lust evening.
No passengers arrived In tho Illlo-
nlan but placed In charge of the ofll-
ed his visit to tho Eastern cities on
the mainland, Is buck In Honolulu and
glad of it. He returned in tho steam
er Korea this morning after having
been away for several months.
MISS MAE MOOIll? who has been
visiting her luotlicr Mr. Itnndolph (1.
Mooro for the past five mouths leaves
on tho Sierra for her homo In Wav-
JUDGE L. F. FAWCETT uf the
New York County court, u prominent
Jurist of tbo Eastern Stales, Is In
tending to make a tour ot Japan und
China in company with his old-time
friend, J. It, Shepherd. Tlicy arrived
as through passungerH lu tho Pacific
Mull steamer Korea this inurnlng.
W. C, Peacock Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors . Tel. 1704
family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
cers were two sacks of mall. Tho 1 11 Io
nian hi ought a largo iiuantlty of luui-
hur and general-cargo for Iho Inland
Including 1282 tuns ef curifo unit no,-
402 feet of lumber for Honolulu; 370
tons mid 140,00(1 feat of lumber for
Kaliiilul; nnd3S. tons nnd 43,7112 feet
of lumber for Port Allen; 313 tons for
Hllo and forty tons for Kannapill.
Castle iirid Cooke hope to dUpatcli
Hie steamer for Port Allen nnd Ku
hulul on Thursday evening. Tho
steamer is to gather up u full cargo
sugar nt Island ports, uu thorn Is no
sugar for thu veB3ol ut Honolulu.
Captain Fisher Greets Friends.
On tho brldgo of thu Pacific Mail
cteumcr which reached Alakeu wharf
ut on early hour thU moiulug en
route from San Fnmclsco to Japan
IKirts und Hongkong, was Captain
William Fisliur, who mimo lime
ago used to pass through Honolulu ns
first officer' In tho liner Mongolia and
aftei wards was transfened to tho
steamer City of Sydney on Iho Pu-
Captain FIbIict takes the command
of the Koien with tho leslgnatlon of
Captain, Saunders who has left the
Mull servlco nflur n connection dat
ing back many years ago.
The Korea met with flue wenther
coming down from tho coast. Purser
"Hilly" Allen remarked this morning
that he believed III being geneious
aso thu genial William declined that
uu was willing u siutru ins piiawo
gers with Honolulu, Tho Btcamcr
brought 74 cabin for this port and
uu cum 74 people wltl continue tho
oyago to tho coast of Asia in tho
From tlie Korea Is being discharged
a small amount uf freight, there be
ing between II vu and Blx'huudred tons
mcichniidlbc and feed htuff. The ves
sel, Is to lie dispatched for Japan and
China pin If at live o'clock taking a
number of Asiatic ns well ns cabin
Four second elnsn and four Aslutlo
passengers left tho enrol at this
port. The thiougli list Includes in
t-ecoud class nnd lit! Asiatic steer
age, mainly Chlneso i ('turning to their
Tbo Koien does not proceed to Ma
nila on llil.t voyage, and lu fact tho
vessel Is dossing thu Paclllo with a
rather snull cargo for tho .TnpniioMi
ports or Hongkong.
Embargo Causes Much Protr.it.
.Morn than imp passenger was halted
at .Minimi Ken wharf this moiulug
wlillo attempting tu board the Inter
Islnnd llngihlp for IIIlo mid way
puitr. Superintendent Elnhorii and
his corps of assistants and insiicctors
aro ileteimlned that tbo new law pro
hibiting tho exportation of fruits mid
vegetables to other Islands' must not
ho violated. Tho provisions of tho
icgiilaliuu which competbi many pas
sengers to leavo behind fruits and
plants, spcclllcg that no fruits, mol
Mil. AND MllS. J. II. MucLnfforty
nro visiting tho city nnd left today for
tho Volcano. Mr. Mncl.arfcr.ty is vlco
presidenl and manager of tbo Pacific
Coai.l Paper Co, of Sail Frunclsco. lie
liken lluwiill and under the Inspir
ation of thu moiiiorles ot nil earlier
visit bus written somo very happy
Hues on tbo place,
A. L. HI.ACK of, the Hank of Cali
fornia, who for years past bus made
atiutinl tilps to tho Hawaiian Islands,
arilvcd In Honolulu this morning us
n passenger in thu Ivorea. Each year
Mr. Hlnck takes passage In u Pacific
Malt liner for Honolulu. He pro
lioktis tu spend u goodly share ot his
vacation ut tho Volcano.
ons, vegetables or mots grnuii on the
Island of Oahu can be taken to any
of tho other Islands. No soli or plants
with soil can be tuken except soil
which I ms been sterilized nnd pluntn
which hnvo been Inspected and pass
ed and boar n tag of Inspection,
Tho Manna Ken snlled at ten o'clock
this morning with a laigo number of
tourists who Intend lu view the nat
ural wonder, on Hawaii. Tho steam
er was protty well liulcn Willi cargo.
The wharf was crowded tit the dop.ir-
turo of tiio popular liner,
Believe Zealandla Is Late.
Arcoidlng to cables iccclved at tho
(ifllce of T. II. Davlol and Company
It Is bollood that tho Canndliin-AitS'
trnllan liner Zcaltuidln fitim Austra
lian poits enrnuto to Vlctorlu will nr
rive at Honolulu somo hours lato, Thu
vessel Is cabled ns having sailed fiom
Suva yesterday. Forty cabin pisBon-
gors to the coast can bo accommodat
ed at this point.
Kukul Picks Up Wandering Duoy.
A marking liuoy of tho, whistling
variety, believed In have been alienor-
ed of Noonday llock. and having
lllllll'll HOPIU IIIOUSUIHIS oi milCH IS
reported by olllcers In tho Lighthouse
Tender Kukul us having been picked
up off tho co.-ut of Maul not fardls
tnnt fiom Knhulul, nnd thu buoy has
been brought to Honolulu.
Flaurer.ec Ward Made Fast Passage,
The little cablo" supply schooner
Fluurenco Ward made n quick pass
ago from Honolulu to Midway Island
covering the dlstanco In n llttlo over
eight da.vs. Tho vessel nrrlvod nt the
mid-Pacific' cablo station with her
cargo of provisions and Mippllcs on
last Friday according to advices ro
Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Onhu Isl
iiiid. S'ly side Honolulu Harbor
Channel Hub Iluoy 'J, leported exting
uished July 8, will bo i ('lighted a
soon us practicable. A white hand
lantern will be exhibited from tho
buoy during the tlma it remains un
Hawaiian Sugar at the Isthmus.
A largo shipment of migar frc.m
thesu Island is reputed tu have ur-
ilved at Sallnn Cuu on lust Friday
by Iho Amcilcuii-Huwullau fieighter
Mishomluii. Thin vessel sailed from
Hllo on Juno 21th,
Per P. M. S. S. Korea from San
Frunclsco For Honolulu: Mrs. 11.
Andorfcon, W. II. llulid, Mrs. S. F.
liulllct, Miss Stephana llalllct, Miss
Christine llatllet, A. L. llluck. II. P.
llragg, Mis. II. P. llrugg. Miss Hose
Hrown, II. I). Carey, Miss nilrahelh
Curler, Dr. 11. W. Craig Mrs. It. W.
Craig, MIsu Kilty Ciulg. Mrs. H. P.
D.irglo and maid, C. S. Davis, E. A.
Douthltt. Mrs. E. A. Duutlillt and in
fant, J. M. Dowf-clt, Mis. J. M. Dow
sett, Miss Alien A. Dowsett, II. M,
Dowsett, F. I Dowsott, 1.. L. Dur
kec, Mrs. I.. L. Durhce, T. 8. Hlslun,
Mrs. T. S. Elstou, J. 11. Gail, Mis. J.
11. Gnlt, John Gait, Carter Gait, W.
V. Haidy, Mrs. F. Ii M. Ho, Dr. W.
O. Hollopeter, 11. 11. Hollopetcr, 11.
von Holt, MIks Mary von Holt, Miss
Alice Johnson, Mis. II. L. Jones, Miss
11. U. Jones, Mrs. J. II. Lamhcrson
Miss Catherine UimlierHon, U II.
Long, MUs O, Long A. M. McKeever,
Mib. M.iud L. McKeever, Miss Maud
McKcovor, Miss Ollvo McKcovcr, ll.
Nott, Miss L. Not), Dr. Dunbar Hoy,
F. S. Sciiddor, Mrs. F. S. Scuddor, II.
V. Snyder J. Ii Stewart. Dr. A. II.
Walei)ioure, Mis. A. II, Waluihouse,
Inraul and maid, Master W. A. Water
house, 11. II. Wood. Mrs. 11. II. Wood
Phillip Wood. Through I Caltl.Mbs
Unity Dfincy, Miss N. Dooley Judgo
I,. L. Fuwcolt, Miss Mury Fletcher
C. II. llurvor, W. II. Hudson, W. M.
Knox, Mrs. W. M. Knox, W. II. I-im
piechl, Mrs. W. 11. l.'iinprocht, II. C.
UingMcll, Mrs. II. C. Longwell, Miss
Julia Longwell, Mbs Miutha luig-
woll. Miss Kmlllo Longwell, Keith
MoLeod, Dr. F. Mcdlgi cecum, 11. 1).
Musser, Mrs, H. D. Mussor, Mil's A.
Mnssur, A. Serltlul, John It. Hhnpparil
,Guiculiuo Sllvuno, M. Tiinaka, K, U.
Tilling, W. Cuiht, J. II. Grant, 11. J.
Leo, W. E. Putlen, W, D. Wong, Miss
H. llarln, D. Hi own, Mis. D. Hrown,
MnJ. W. Chnso, U. S. A., Mrs. W.
Chabu, Master D. Cliase, Miss C.
Chaso, Miss M. Cook, P. F. Falson, L.
W. Fishor, Mrs. 13. M. Gllinoie, P.
Gullcriez, J. 11, Ilnuinhaii, Miss L.
HIiHcliherg, ltuv. II. A. Hume, Dr. E.
tl. Jones, S. S. Kwan, Miss I,. Lln
dalil, C. E. I.ucns,.Mis. C .E. I.ucus
und Infant, Muster C. C. Lucas, G. T.
Lulus, J, Muoiraeg, Miss I, Mnlr und
mnld, V, C. Mnckuy, It, Miillauo, Mis
11. II, Mooro Miss N. Mooro 11. W.
New comb, Mrs, It. W. Nowcomb, Airs
W. T, Nulling, Mrs. C. W. O'llrlen
mid Infunt, Muster W. O'llrlen, Master
C. O'lliieii, E. C. Piatt, Miss 13. l'rlt-
rharil, C. W. Ilhoberg, H. Hrnest Illco,
I.ouls lllvuiu, .1. L. Stewart, Don O.
Stone, Mm. Don O. Slouo, W. II.
Sti lingo. Miss K. Urch, Mm. 11. Wal
ker, Miss 11. Wnlkcr, Miss 1, Young,
Per M. N. S, H. Wlllieliulna fiom
Sun Francisco Miss (1. Aleu, F. II.
Anderson, Chart, llasslnl, M'S, Ch.is,
lliis'stul, Miss Alma llrynu, Mlsn 1.,
Jlurk, Mrs. M. T. limits, A. Cassols
Geo. Ciisllo, W, Chiiso, Mrs, W.
Chase, II. Si Chainhorhiln, Miss Hl.i
Chalmers, W. V. Clilpninii, Mis, W.
F. Chlpmnu, Mrs. S. 0. Colin Mrs,
F. 13, Davis. Mlsi Kualo D.ivls. Har
old O. Dewey, C. II. Dickey, W. A.
I Fottor, Geo. II. Finn, A. J. Glgnoux,
rumiii ir nfMMiiiMiw r iTflniriiTiniTiroiiTMewwnii iiummmmmKasammmumm'wmmmtMmmmewmMmmBmKmmmHmjBsuamu
TOOTED HIS WAY
TO THESE ISLANDS
Whistling Buoy Entranced By
Neptune Tales of Romance
Comes 2000 Miles.
Wooed by rather Ncpltinu and en
tranced by tho vtoiidious tales of the
beautifully romantic Hawaiian Islands,
uu Ii .(iri lullil", naughty whistling buoy
broku Inline ties at Noonday llock ami
tooled Itx way merrily to visit tbeio
It was iiboiit til mouths ngo tlint
Neptune, rlili In lore of wonderful tales
pertiilulni to bin charges in mldocenli,
iuiparud to this iidventureHomu buoy
hl knowledge of tho sun-klswd Sand
wich Inland).. Day after day, night aft.
ir night, this charge ot Uncle Ham
would Ilo comfortably, bobbing buoy
nntly, In the lap of thy ocean swells,
whistling inn wnrmngi to misguided
mariners who, perchance, may 'wander
,rrm lclr ,,, , meot wlUl dro
mishap, and Would drink lu tho storlci,
nlniuit fulryllko In nature, of' romantic
pulin-frluKi-d Islands, virtual pnrndlso
In nullty. Literally overwhelmed with
a dislre, lis many n perron huh been.
to vlxlt nnd bask In tho fairyland kj
much talked of, the guardian of mar
Inerh would pull und tug ut his moor
ings that were so Inconsiderate as to
not let hlui go und satisfy this crav
ing. Why should tbeo common good.for
nothlng drones of rocks, menace to
all sailing craft, be so Kelllsli as to not
want to allow htm the opportunity of
ill") lug tho cull of the wild and ro
iniiiK t IiIiii that was endowed with u
lifelike' mums of motion, and these
base, dniiRenius rocks, endowed Willi
nothing but great snugs ot fangs nnd
teett, with which to tear nnd rend liny
craft thai may conic near, und draw
It under to wallow 111 lis decuyliu; bull
Then thinking of tho terrible havoc
these monstroiik growth-mantlid rocks
could render, tho buoy's conscience
would prick him und ronlnd him of bis
duty to remain and warn vessels of the
lurking ilani.'ir beneath iho hurmless
looking sheet of water, but the Intcnso
desire to lit hold these wondrous garden
Isles In nil their gloiy nion overpow
ered the lubblo reasoning of hlh eon
science. Ili.illlug bow futile It would bo to
break auuy from bis toiimntors, who
did not limb rstiiml worldly desires, tho
buoy took the old bale and strong' north
wind Into his conllilelice, seeking his
itld In escaping to freidoin. Tho north
wind understood und lent his help. Had
not be traveled tlnough every part ot
tho woihl and bud he not been charm
ed Into perfect bliss by thesu IslefcV Of
course, bu undirstpod. So when a (lark,
blntl;, starless night cuuio to shield
him at his wink, ho whipped und taunt
ed the sea Into such a fury that It
never noticed for ii long tlmo that the
until wind had sit I'ivo Its ihiirge.
The now enre-frco and buppy buoy,
safo from his enraged moorings, toot
ed ami whbtled nieirlly ucioss thu sen.
huppy and tilled with Joy ut the thought
ho would oon Hen this wonderful Ideal
of i'l:i dri'.iii.s. Ilo whistled love chants
to the stars und skies ut night, and lu
the'diiytlnie ho would falily shriek Ills'
Joy ut tint feeling of freedom to tho
universe'. Hut, alas! nnllko most stories
tho udventiucM of this whistler did not
end lumpily, for Ju"t us ho wiih enter
ing Kaliuliil binhor. tho lighthouse ten
der Kukul, ut traded by thu Jomis
tools of a buoy they knew should not
bu 111 those waters, swooped down upon
tho truant nnd rudely yanked hlui to
her deekr, Juit when ho was finishing
hlslong Journey of over 000 miles to
witness the paradiso of Neptune's
l.jluft upon tho Kukul's deck, tho
ml-t,iiideil one, with seventeen fathoms
or i hall! uttuelied. which It hail itrnggid
all the wuy. nnd much i-eiirred from the
wunt of attention, tho buoy refusid to
toot uiiy inoie until bis outraged feel
ings should bu uvenged.
Tbo liuoy will bu tuken to his Uncle,
Huuiiuy und then piobnbly buck to his
Ul haunt, which ho foiMmk six months
ngo, to nnswer thu cull und bo stulloncd
oiuo moro to shriek warnings of thu
dangers of Noonday llock, Just outside
Hau Frunclsco bay.
Tlie Ynlp Iaw School will receive a
'Sin.nno scliolnrshlp from Iho estntn of
ljio lato Joseph Paikor or Now,' York
Hcv. Ailliur Tnpon Plerson, the
eminent Pioshytmlun clorgymau and
aullinr, died ut hla resldcnco In lliook-
lyu leccimy. i
MIsh K. (1. lladerlc. Mis. J. C. Ho
deiuann, W. F. Ilellhiou, Mid. W. I''.
Hollliioii, W. II, Hcndilcks, Mm. W.
II. Hendricks, Mux lilrbch, Dr. W.
W. Hitchcock. MihW. W. Illlthcock,
A. Horner, It, L. Hughes. W. H. Jack-
sou, Johnson ei Wolls. F. 11. Klrchoff,
H. E. I.ol.iml, llobcil Leonard, Mrs
llobert Leonard, Mrs. Ileiniun Llndo,
Dr. Huimaii Llndo, Miss J. 11. Mu
caulay, Miss Lauru C. Mocno, S. M.
Niitliilmi, Mrs. S. M. Nnilulaii, Mm.
E, M. Ollvor, 11. Poilmoio, Miss y.
II. Powell, Miss C. E, Pniyn, Mrs. l)r
V. J. ltuyner, T. Heecc, Mrs. T. Ileeio
und child, Thus. L, llothory, Mrs,
Tlios. U. llothory. A. A. Scott. Mit.
A. A. Scott, Miss M. V. Smith, 11. V
Slocking, Mrs. It. V. Stocking, U.
Thompson, Mis. L- J. Wurrou and
child, W. S. Welch Mrs. W. U Welih
und child, John J. Wise II. Wither
spoon, W, H. Zlmmoriuuii, .
. . j.
Per stmr. Mauna Ken, for Hllo via
way ports, July 11. Hov. K. O. Slltn,
rs. Sllva, J. W. taarner, Mrs, Garner;
Major llurnhain, Mrs. Hiirnlinm, Miss
M. Pilkol, W. M. Olffnrd, Miss G. Gull
ford, Miss C. .lacnsc.k, II. L. Wilcox,
Mrs. Wilcox, Mlsa N. K. O'Donnoll,
Lllllu McKlbben, Majoilo Gardner,
Anita Crclllii, Edllli Hiirnion, Ieonora
Sallg, M, MHcholl, D. L. Wlllilnglon,
F. U. McStockor, Kobt. Hnxlutt, M.
Ilaxlcll, M. Witter, E. Witter, Mrs.
Witter, llolen ll.-uinon, Anita Ebener,
L. Ahren, Arthur lllnck, A. W. Todd,
Mrs. Todd, Mrs. Asliiln, Miss Hardceii,
Miss Kinney, Miss Hulge, P. Schinldl
F ll.ioilug, Ja.4. Hoopal, Miss 11, Kuu
hon, M. Maxwell dipt. Walktr, Rev
II. P. Judd, Mrs. Judd, MIsb Munroo,
D. II. Hitchcock, Mrs. Hitchcock. C.
K. McClulliin, A. Muson, A. J. William
F,oii, II. S. Hosmcr, J. W. Wiildrou, A.
II. Garden, .Ins. I.. Holt, Geo. linker
Mrs I N. Ilean, Klliel McKenzio, Mrs
Case, Mrs. A. M. N'owell. Mis. Van
Valkcnherg, Mrs. C. Lambert, Mlsn M
D. Meiidell, Miss Gctsoll, T. Aokl, 1),
L. AiHtln, O. N. Wllcov, .Ins. II. f't
Lnffeity, Mrs. A. O, lliown. Mis. J. 1L
Raymond. Hcv. Dcslui, Mrs. Desha,
.Miss Dens. Miss J. Hell.
Per 0. S, S.-Sierra, for, San Fran
cisco, July 12. Mrs. A. J. Williamson
nnd three children, Mr. ami Mrs.
Woraiticr, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. C. Horton, .Mrs. J. F. Gray,
Geo. Hockley, Miss Wormscr, Miss (1.
Robertson, Miss l.nlsy, Mrs. II. C. Hoi
luiril, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Uclllnu, J3. V.
Miller, It. Haulols, 'Miss E, Thorpe,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sehopf, Mr. und Mm
F. O, Nelson, Miss Myrtle Mooic, L.
A., Sawullsk, C. Junker, D. Win. Dou
thltt, Mrs. G. W. Italny. Mrs. N. ltaliiy.
Win. II. Goetz, J. Hrure, C. A. Mill
ion!, W. II. lliiii.y, F. C. Stevens,
Daniel Tweedlc, M. T. Clegg. J. II.
Ellis, Mr. and Mm. II. M. Taylor, Mlsa
J. Smith, Mis. 1-3. Ekbcrg, It. lliock, P.
A. Gnivle, K. It. Muckuy, G. E. Chap
man, It, II. Harvey, Mr. ami Mm, J.
D. year. Mr. and Mrs. Ulultl and
daughter, C. D. Wrcnu, Miss Juno
Hamilton, Miss E. McCormlck, N.
Halsoy, Mrs. Finucis S. lluiiiens, J. I..
P. Ilobliison, .Mrs. M. Aldrlch, McCor-
rlston (21, .Mm. If M. llobertson, Miss
C. J. McHwan, .MrB. II. B. lloawiiitli
und two chlldien, Mrs. IL E. Thayer,
Mr, ami Mrs. C. lleluiughaiis, Mrs. E.
Finn, Mrs. S. M. Flack, .Mr. and Mrs.
Ilai ly Glass, Mrs. I,. Maun, C. 11. Hay;
den, John Ambrose, II F. Hcustaud,
Miss A. T. O'llilen, JL A. Nlcolo, Mls.s
Gussle Miller, E. P. Tipping, Mm. C.
L. McDanlcl. F. Welch, Mis. E. II.
Dearborn, Mrs. J. T. Scully mid child,
Mr. ami Mm. E. C. Cruhho, Mm. M.
McDanlols, Miss li. Pulllum, C. Smith,
Meiuotto Twins, Mr. und Mrs. G. II an
na. Mrs. Giithilo, Miss A. Kmmcliith,
C. II. Keru, Mrs. Dudolt, Mr. and Mrs.
llaiuey, Mr. mid Mrs. II. Mack, Mr.
and Mrs. II. Lemon, Miss E. L)ons,
A. Eilwnril. II. Fisher.
Per M. N. S. S. llonolulnn for Sun
Francisco, July 15lh. W. Abies, Miss
Arms, Miss D. Ilecrniun, Mis. llchllng
nnd child, II. II. lliodle. Miss Colllold,
A. G. Curtis, It. Daniels, Miss F. Diet
rich, Mlsa T, Ferguson, II. Fiedeilcks,
C. E. Ilolllngor, Mr. and Mm. K. C.
lloitun, ilm. V. Kuiidheii, Mr. and
Mis. S. 1. Livingston, Mrs, Lowell,
'Mis. Mniinor, Miss O'Duiinell, Mr. und
Mrs. O. Osu and child, Mr. und Mrs.
lloiilughniiH mid 2 chlldien, 11. F. Slu
wind. Mis. 11. L, Stnno and friend,
Mis. M. Wiill'.or, MIsu M. Woi thing
ton. Per P. M. S. S. Koro.i for Jaiiiu and
China ints W. A. llosenllebl nnd
te, II. Dm staii und wife, P. (leering,
S. Ohiislil, K. Ilainora.
Por t.lmr. Mlknhala for Maul und
Molokal ports, July It. A. F. Cooko
Per stmr. Kliinii for Kutnl porls,
July 11. Miss L. Weber, A. K. H.illoy
CllfTord Kimball, Mrs. Kimball, Mrs.
O. T. WHdi'r, eMi Wilder, C. W. Mc
ClauulKin, W. Shilling. Miss Mltlaid,
E. A. 11. Knsa, Mrs. Iloss. Miss V. Dow
ney, C. King, J. A. Dm up, A. II. Wut
orhyuso, Mrs. V. Saliu. Mm. K. Kills.
Per Gtiur. Clutidluo for Hawaii and
Maul lsirts, July 14 J. P. Cooko, Mrs.
W. M. Giuliani, Mis. A. M. lliown.
Mis. II. M. Wells, Mm. C. J. Sclioeu
Ing, Mustor Oi lamia Schociilng.
Per stmr. Manna I.oa fur Kona and
Kan poits, July 18. W. M. McQuald,
Mrs. Chas. Lucas, Miss Ward, Mm.
Wood, Miss Holdswortb, Mury Inv,
Mary Aping, Mlsg M. Feriiuude,
Fuel Oil for lol.vnd Ports. ,
Fuel oil for island porln In said on
mute to Honolulu lu tho Ameilraii
(linker Santu Mnilti, Tlio mmsc-I Bull
ed fiom Port Sail Luis on l'ist Sattir
Name for Quarantine Launch.
Theio Is a possililllty that tho now
Foder:(l ipiarautliio launch .will hoar
tho name of Mulnlo, moaning II) lug
New Shipment of TAKOES ex Sierra
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young - Phone 3038
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