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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911.
Harmony Cluiplcr, o.
I, (). i:. S. Id pilar.
AH Tliltlng nietnbtrn of tin
Order aro cordially Invited to
attend mattings of local lodge
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
jiirnir FiiKtmrnoi McmDtri 01
uninc r.noitKcsu oti.ei Ali0.
JENEFICIAL AJSIATIOH. elation, cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. If .
Meets every nrnt aDd third Thurs
day of tach month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
tlally Invltnd to attend.
W J ROI11NSON, Sachem.
K V. TODD, V. of It.
ICOHOLUIU AERIE, HO. . 0. I.
Meet on the 2nd and 4th WED
KESDAT evmlngi of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ceretanta and Fort streets.
VUltlnK Eagles r Invited to at
tend. C1UO A. DAVIS W. P.
VM C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616. B. P. 0. Z.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61 , B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Tort, every Friday stc
alng. Visiting Brothers ar cordially
nvlted to atten'i.
d v. n. iRUNnt:tta, n. n.
oi:o t. kmuxiul. k.
WX. HcKINIEY LODGE, NO. 8,
Meecs every 2nd and 4 th Saturday
Tentng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting-
brother cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KILDET. C. C.
E. A. JACOliSON, K. R. 8..
r$ ( V r-n
f "f In Ia.u OiU II, fu
ore nut Shur-ons, oven though
they urn llngcr-pleco mountings,
Iho miptrlor mechanical con
struction of tlio Shur-on means
comfort, diirul'UUy and llel-
- Ba Sura You Get Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Cotton Building - - Fort 8trcst
Over May & Co.
New Shipment of TAHOE8 ex Sierra
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3088
2fV , MADEIRA EMBROIDERY
.-, A8SORTED RIBBONS
INSIST ON HAVING
Pau Ka liana
FOR YOUR HOU3E
Will Do It
Holders of the Hit I let In run
(liilrUj Inmln 11 wide mrlriy ( !!
ct'Siitli-H fur I lit" Ikiiisc, oiiirit or lutl-
uii" )j coiisiilllnt,' the iliiKsllicd nil-
U. S. N. Tugboat Navajo Will
Arrive July 21 to Take Place
of Iroquois. -
The United Stutcs tus Nnuijn will
arrive lit Honolulu on or about July
21, to tnke the place of the V. H navy
tug lrcHiuoIx, which was forced some
time ugo to xall for Mure IkIuihI on
account of much-needed repnlrs
The Iroquois linn been expcilcd to
return by the Nnvnl Station, but her
ilaiuuKex nro ot more sirlous nature
than was first supposed, requiring a
good deal of repairs before being In
The Xuwijo left San Krnnclsco July
12 In command of Chief Gunner Chan.
tlradford ttabson, who holds n master's
license for ocean-going vessels, unllm
Iteil Shu Id the larne.it tug In the scr-
Ice anil lms the largest draught of any
In ihu nnvy, having 100 toiiH more dis
placement than the lroquuls, lkr dis
placement Is 800 tons; mean draught,
14 ft 1 In; length, 141 ft 4 In, and
width, 2" ft C In She I one of only
fuiii tugs that are lit ted with a toning
Nnvnl wharf No. 3 will be tho Nav
ajo's headquarters, from where she
will take water, eoal barges, itc, to
1'iarl Ilnrbor and the various other Is
SHERMAN TO SAIL
AT FIVE O'CLOCK TODAY
The U. S, A. T. Sherman will sail
nt ft o'clock this afternoon for Manila
and Guam taking quite a number of
casuals for both South Sen Island cit
ies. Tho six officers und 237 enlisted
men which ulic brought to this port
ostcrdny from San Kranclsco, for
Schofleld llnrracks, left for Lellchua
by special train and arrived there I
o'clock jeutcnlay afternoon. In chargo
of Col. David .1. Humbough they were
maiched to their now quarters to
await the arrival of guns and horses
which will follow them in about one
San Frnncltco Shipping In Glad Array
.hily I'nurtli at Snn Kranclsco wns
innrki-il by a prettily decorated liar-
bnr and shlpplm;, which Is claimed
far exceeded th,o efforlH inado In for-
nun )uuis. Nearly every slil In tliu
harbor was In holiday dress. The
lighthouse temlerB Sequoia and Ma
drono made a bravo display of bunt
ing, anil the army transports Sher
man and IxiKun nero fairly snioth
eied. At the naval training station
on Yerlia Ilucnii tho new two-Btarrcd
pennunt of Hear Admiral C. D. T.
-Muoro was almost lost to view In the
htrlngs of Hugs that lluttered above
tho I'cnRacola and the Intrepid
One of the most gaily decorated
Bhlps nlong tho waterfront was the
Japanese liner Nippon Mum, on board
which tho holiday was celebrated
with n feast In which all hands par
ticipated. 12cry member of tho crow
was glen n boltlo of beer with which
to drink tho health of Uncle Sam.
Tho fenst was prepared under tho di
rection of I'ort Superintendent James
(llddon, and as Oliddon long ago won
the name of being Iho finest caterer
on tho Pacific, It goes without saying
that It was not tho beer alone that
made tho llttlo brown men kiiiIIo as
they left tho dinner table.
Among tho American vessels that
were dressed with particular enro
wi'ie the bark Amlrow Welch and
the bdiooneri Okanogan and Hxpnn
bIoii. The American-Hawaiian freighter
Isthmian held up the patriotic repu
tation of the north end, and at the
south end tho Korea, Pennsylvania
and City of Para dlsplaed nil tho
bunting that could ho found In their
respectle signal lockers,
Secretary Moyor finds thnt the
maintenance of so many Atlantic
Coast uay jards Is u waste of money,
und he oxpieshcn Iho belief that Con
kiosk will bo induced to follow tho
recommendation of the department
for tho abandonment of three navy
yauls on tho Atlantic Coust. There
nio six great yards on tho Atlantic
at Portsmouth, Iloston, New York,
Philadelphia, Norfolk und Charleston.
So fur Societnry Meyer -has declined
to nay which thrco ho would nbandon
Tills simply shows that tho lato
Oeoigo U I.ltley was working for the
Interest of the government and tho
people when ho was. assailed and de
rided by tlioso specially benefited by
their continuance and, as tho Watcr-
hury Auieilcun observes, "much of
the hostility shown him during tho
Investigation which followed his
charges against tho Kulimnrlna boat
lobby undoubtedly aioso from his
original campilgu against thoso gov
ernment ostublMimonttt which hae
been found suc)i convenient Instru
ments for Iho distribution of palron
aiso." Tho into Governor I.lllny was an
honest man with an houeut purpose,
mid lime will show tlut lie wnH right
In all ho undertook.
2185 cdltarl.il rooms 225G
business ofilre. These are the tele
phone numbers of the Unlit) tin.
T!on!snn!ecfsTQM they wilLciir,e you. All published testimonianhoi
BrO 06ni&min SfcVS 2 derful cures made by my rnarvelous remedies' are of people who are living right in'Hono-
J " 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 upon thousands on the mainland, but
I never use their names here. I prefer to give you the names of prominent people w.e have cured who live here whom you know and meet every
day." , "
Atk your Plantation Stores or nearest Dealer to get Bro. Benjamin Remedies for you.
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Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Remedy,
Blood Purifier H
Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach', Lack oj 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
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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 $3.50, 6 for $5.00
Notice. Bro. Benjamin Compound Herbalo contain no alcohol Therefor the taste of some bottles may vary slightly
I xiioeynwH- l ! inw I i aw . muni i i n i i i i n si a
BRO. BENJAMIN and his assistants are still here, and can be seen from 9 a.m. to
6 p.m. daily, except Sunday, for FREE ADVICE as to the use of his marvelous
remedies, and how to effect the cures which have amazed Honolulu.'
Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.,
DISTRIBUTORS FOR HAWAII
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
DOLLAR LINE STEAMER WILL
LEAVE BIG CARGO HERE
HILONIAN OF MATSON NAVI GATION LINE WILL TOW THE
BARKRITHETTOMAHUKONA. HELENE IN QUARAN
TINE FOR FUMIGATION BEFORE PROCEEDING TO THE
COAST. SHIFTING ABOUT OF PURSERS IN INTERISL
AND SERVICE. MAUNALOA LANDS COFFEE.
A Dollar Lino steamer will mako u
cull at the port of Honolulu on or
about next Tuesday for the first time
in many months.
Tho Dollar Steamship Company,
with n largo licet of freight carriers
In service, n number being engaged
In a trans-Pacific trade between Pu
gct Sound and tho Orient nro not by
any means strangers to tho Islnnds.
The steamship Melville Dollar or
better known as tho M S. Dollar will
nrrhe here with a goodly shipment of
freight gathered at China and Japan
ese ports of call.
Tho Btcamer will be berthed nt Ill
shop whurf and while hero will dis
charge 300 tons coke, 800 tons pig
Iron ' from tho Hangyang mills of
North China mid about 3500 flio bilck.
Alexander nnd Ualdwln will' net ns
agents for tho steamer during Iho
slay at Honolulu. Tho M. S. Dollar
will after dlschaiglng cargo proceeded
to Puget Sound ports. Thoro Is a
possibility that the visit or tho Dollar
boat mny prove si foierunnor of other
Btenmera 11 lug Iho Hug which will
make occasional culls nt the Hawaii
No Reduction In Steamer Fleet.
II. R Alexander, piesldeut of Hie
Alnska Pacific Company, who returned
to Senttle from California, whore he
has been on a business trip, denied
tho report that the company conteiif
plated taking the steamship Admiral
Snmpsou off the Southwestern Alaska
"Wo uio pieaBod with the great sat
isfaction the Sampson has ghou on
its voyages between Seattle nnd Alas
ka ports and will continue her in that
son Ice," said Mr, Alexander,
"If tho buslnesi to Alaska warrants,
wo will purchase a sister steamship
to tho Admiral Sampson and place her
nlso on tho run. Wo are determined
to taka good caio of our Alaska busi
ness not only this summer hut at nil
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
It wai rcpoilcd that tho Btcamshlp
M. V. Plant, now on tho Seattle-San
l-'rnnclicu run, would replace tho Ad
miral Sampson between Seattlo and
Southwestern Alaska iortB. This Mr.
Alexander emphatically denies.
Deserved Promotion for Inter.lsland
Purter O. II. Hnydcn of tho Inlet
Island steamer Wallolo has been of
fered it position with tho Territorial
Hoard of Health ns Inspector and "Ni
cer at Huiiokun, Ho has resigned
fiom the Bte.iuiKhlp service, and will
depart this uveulng In tho Claudlue
for his new ii!'t of duty, llajden has
won a large cliclo of Mends during
his career us a steamship ofllccr, lu
that his dlsplaj uniform courtesy
has nlwaH been appreciated by those
whoso business obliged them to come
In contact with him. The puisor'H
otllco In tho Wnllolo will bo In charge
of :. I)rne, one of tho popular young
men who has won his piomotlon from
tho steamer Iwalant through merit
coupled (Willi u disposition tnwmds
civility nud faithfulness In the per
formance of his duties, llyrue has
been identified with the Iwalanl for a
number of months.
Decoration for Customs Yacht.
Armed with brushes and tins it
glddy-hucd paint, sovoral young mm
connected with the staff of customs
(initials participated In n mysterious
cxcuitdnn to Iho wnlcistdo this morn
ing and boon uflor their visit, the
uolso cinaunllng from thnt district
could safely 1iu likened to that com
ing from a well regulated boiler yard,
In colors thnt fairly screamed for
lccognltlou oter tho usual din of toot
ing whistles and shrieking sirens, Mr.
Rtackablo's llttlo band of artists limo
decoialed Iho official customs "yacht"
In hues that no expert in Italian sun
t.els could over hope to Imitate.
1024 Fort SL.
Oddfellows' Bldg.near King
Tho 'yacht" has nt times uccn used
In effecting n stealthy approach to
BteamerH lying nt the wharf. As n
gumslioo menus or tiulisporlntlun It
possessed few equals. It Is now fear
ed thnt now nrrajed In colors that
would, shamo the oxtrnvngnnt ambi
tions of a bill board artists, tho jacht
may lmvo to be supplied -with a muf
fler in order to deaden the-rucket.
Much Rain on Kona Coast.
There has been a consldcrnblo
amount of rain all nlong the Kona
toast during the past week accenting
to leports brought to this clly by Pur
ser Sheldon of tho steamer Mnunn
I.on. That vessel was an oarly arrival
tills morning with a large general
cargo of pioducts from windward Ha
waii. The freight list Included 2
mules, 2 calves. 5 cows, 20 crates chic
kens, 25 plus, 30 head cattle, IS bales
hides, 77 bunches bananas, HO cases
fruit, 202S sucks coffeo, 7000 sackn
Biigarfi2 sacks awu und 200 packages
The Mnuna Lon met with light
winds and smooth sens on the home
ward trip. Tho vessel lotnmcd to
port with n Inrgo list of cabin nnd
deck pnsrongers. Tho Mcnincr Iwa
lanl was passed at Kiilluu taking on
Hllonian Will Call for Tow.
Culling at Honolulu on Sunday
morning, tho Mntson steamer Hllo
ntnn will tnko a lino from tho Ame
rican bark It. P. Hlthct and will tow
that vessel to Mahukuiiu where a full
shipment of sugar will be loaded. The
Itlthot nrrhed ut H6nolulu on Juno
24th with n quantity of geneial 'mer
chandise from Sun Kranclsco. After
this had been discharged tho vessel
was supplied with five hundred tons
sugar ballast. The Itlthot goes lo Ma
liukona to complete cargo of sugar
destined for coast rollnoiles. The
bail; was towed oulsldo tho harbor this
morning and now rides nt anchor
awaiting tho return of Ihu Hllonian
fiom Kuhulul cud Poit Allen.
By Way of Magellan.
Tho lust of the elocn thousand Ions
sugar was placed nbourd tho big At
lantic transport freighter Massachu
setts and Ihat vessel got nwny from
Illlo for Delaware Ilreakwaler on last
Tuesday. Tho Massachusetts wlllpio
ceed lo the cast coast by tho way of
Magellan Straits und it Is expected
that tho long voyage will bo complet
ed under sixty days Including a slop
nt Cornell, Chile, where a largo
amount of bunker coal will bo taken
Tho Massachusetts wns brought hero
to assist in the clean up of available
sugar. Tho vessel was operated Inde
pendently of the legular bchedulu
maintained by tho Ainerlcnii-Hnwiilluu
Manchuria at Noon.
Tho Pacific Mall liner Mnucliuiln
from Manila, Hongkong und Japan
ports with fifteen hunched Ions Oiicu
tal cargo for Honolulu Is expected to
uirlvo off tho port on or about noon
tomorrow. Tho big liner him loam
for ono hundred and lirty cabin pas
sengers und It is possiblo Ihat 0110
halt that number may nvall them
selves of Iho oppoitunlty of liavellng
lo t)io coast on u huge steumor. It
Is Iho proscnt Intention to dispatch
Iho Manchuiln for Sun Kranclsco be
tween ten and eloeii o'clock on Sim
Helene Off for the Sound Tomorrow.
Tho Auioilcan schooner lleieno will
sail for Puget Sound nt ten o'clock
tomoiiow Inking ballast only This
ossol uiihed ut tho port on Juno
20th with n shipment of lumber con
signed lo Hind, Itolph and Compuny.
Tho ichoouer wns sent alongside tho
qunrniitiun wlinif this moinlng for
Die words "BRO. BENJAMIN" and this picture mutt be on
, vry package
TRADE MARK OF THE BRO. DENJAMIN REMEDY CO.
REGISTERED IN U. S. PATENT OFFICE
Sherman Completes Taking on Coal.
Tho luBt of four bandied tons ol
coal was placed In tho hunkers of
Iho United Stales army liansporl
Sherman this morning and that ves
sel Is now ready 'to lesumo tho voy
ngo to Manila by tho way of Guam,
The transport brought some six hun
dred tons quartermaster mpplles and
personal and household effects of offi
cers for discharge here. Tho troop
slilp will sail at fixe o'clock this con
lug from Oceanic wharf. It Is possi
ble that tho Hawaiian band will lu
on hand for 11 musical serenade.
Kona Coffee for the Mainland.
Uer two thousand Backs of Kona
coffee have been lauded at Aluke.i
wharf from tho Inter-Island steamer
Maunu l.oa which nrrhed from wlnd
waid Hawaii ports this morning. The
cuffco Is to bo shipped to the main
land, a portion of which will go out
In Iho Pacific Mall steamship Man
churia now scheduled to depart for
San Kranclsco 011 Sunday morning.
Sugar Accumulates at Windward Ha
Purser Sheldon of the Inter-Island
steamer Manna Loa reports tho fol
low lug 'sugar us nn-altlng shipment at
windward Hawaii potts of cull: I'ti
naluu 2G20, Hommpo 0500, Kukulhaclu
10,390, Honokim, 17,000, Paaulinu 3UU0,
Piiuullo 17,500. Kuknlnii 2S72.
Sugar awaiting shipment 011 Kauai
Includes tho following consignments
according to officers In tho luter-lsl-und
Btcamer Nilhau which 111 lived this
morning: K. S. M. 350, M. A K 17 -750,
O. & It. 2700, Mcll. 2fi,2X7, M. S.
Co. 3100, K. P. 12,700, L. P. 7313, (!. K
Hyades With Sugar at Destination.
A full shipment of sugar that was
dispatched from t)iu Islands lu the
Mnltou Navigation steamer Hndos Is
epurted lo hau icuelie, San Kian
clsco yesterday, Tho vessol elenre.l
tho last Hawaiian poll at Illlo on
Naval Tug On the Way.
Tho navnl tug Navajo, assigned lo
this slntlnn has filled fiom Sin
Kinnelsco and should urilve heie
within ten to twelvo days according lo
present calculations. The littlu vessel
departed fiom Iho coast port jestcr
Nilhau In With Sugar.
Tho Inler-lhlniiii hloainer Nilhau wns
an 111 rival at tho poit this morning
'with CSOO Backs sugar uud n qiinnllty
of sundries, The vessel comes fiom
Knual ports and met with moderate
seas nud winds oil tho homeward tilp
Delay In Taking Wireless Examlna.
Tho Collector of Customs nt San
Kinncltco has boon notified by Uio
Commissioner of Navigation that only
four passenger steameis fulllfled Ihu
wlicless telegraphing tet during May,
namely tho Itosn City, US miles;
Heaver, 110 miles; Governor, 131
miles, nud Santa ltoba, 123 miles.
Covered by the Tide.
SAN KltANCISCO. Advices ro
celu'd by Jorry Dally, manager of Iho
mniliio dopailmcnt of tho Mm chants'
i:chango, lopnrtod that the steamer
Spokane of tho Paclllo Coast Sleam
ship Company, which was beached at
Plumper bay several dajs ago, lies
on a mud bottom nud at high tide Is
cntlicly siibmeigcil. Tho .eshe Is
listed tn stniboaiil 25 egicos, and at
low tldo only 11 iu Hop of liur main
deck Is exiscd. Theio Is 11 .gash
four fuel long In Ihu htenmei's No. 1
W e k 1 y B u 1 1 e 1 1 u II urr year.
Friday, July 14.
Kona nud Knu ports Maunu Iu,
stmr., 11. 111.
Thursday, July 13.
South Seas Ku Mol Am, schr., p.
Hawaii ports Wallolo, Blmr., noon.
Knual p.irts W. (1. Hall, stmr., S
Port Allen cnil Knhiilul Illlonlau,
M. N. S. S , 5 p. m.
I PA88ENOER8 ARRIVF.D
Per stmr. Mnuna Iia, fiom Kona
nnd Knu jxirts T. O'ltrlen, W. C.
Ilartcls, MisT Peiry, Miss A. Couvela,
Mils I.. Can Is, J. (J, Campbell, Mis
Campbell, .Miss llcnrlqucs, Mrs. T.
O'llrlen, J. fl. Sinllh. I Macfarlana.
T. (liooiiwcll. It. A. McWnno, Mlr.s
I.. Ijunbeit, Mis. Scirno, Mrs. Culi.il
er, C. II. McKen?le, H. Sheiipnrd. J.
U Fleming. IX K. Hartels, J. D. Mc-
I Velgh, Mis. i:. I.. Mlllei, Mrs. A. Amn-
ka, K. Fenry. (1. Nawnlil, Mrs. Ka-
lamn, Mrs. Pleice. H. McCiibhln. W.
(1. Scott, Ken Sing. J. O'llilen, (. fi.
Scong, MIfs Seotig, Miss Klral and 09
PA8SENQER8 BOOKED I
Per stmr. Claudlno for Hawaii nnd
Maul Kirls, July 14. J. P. Cuoke. Mrs.
W. M, Oruhnm, MrB. A. M. Drown,
.Mrs. II. M. Wells, Mrs. C. J. Schoen
ing. Muster Orlands Schoeuing.
Per M. N. S. S. Hniioliilun for San
rranclsco, July 15th. W, Abies, Miss
Anus, Miss D. lleerman, Mis. liehllug
nnd child. II. II, Urodlo. Miss ColIUId.
A. (1. Curtis, It, Danluls, MIsb F. Diet
ilcli, Miss T. rcrguson, H, Kieileilcks,
C. i: Holllnger, Mr. and Mrs. II. C.
Ilorton, Mrs. V. KmtJson, Mr. nnd
Mis. S. J.. Livingston, Mrs. Lowell.
Mrs. Murlner, Miss O'Douiiell, Mr. nnd
Mrs. O. O.S'i nnd child, Mr. and Mrs.
Itenlnghniis and 2 children, II. F. Ste
ward, Mis. II. L. Stono and friend,
Ah i. M. Walker, Miss M. Wortllng
lou. Per stmr. Mnuna Ia, for Kona tiiul
ICau ports, July 18. W. M. McQiiald,
It. I.. Wllco-c, Mrs. Wilcox, A. S. Wil
cox, O. N. Wilcox, Miss J. Stone. Mrs.
Chas. Liu as, Mls Ward, Mis. Wood,
Mlsit Holdswoith, Mniy I.ow, M, M.
Giaham. Mis Uiahaiii, Mary Aping.
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, for Maul and
MoloKul polls", July IS Mlrfs Mabel
Meyer, Miss A. llilckwood, Mlsji (I.
Junes, Miss Held.
Per stmr, Klnnii for Knual ports,
July IS. II. C. Wnldron, (1, K. Ilnck
ubury, II. lluscher. 1). Ualdwln. Mrs.
It. Ilettencoiirl, Mis. .1. O. Young. II.
(i. Hi own, Mis. Drown, Mis. Ilasch,
Miss i:. Wong, Miss May Wong, Mih.
IJ. M. Ho.
Per stmr. Muima Ken. for Illlo and
way ports, July 18. Miss KUioPMe
Kenzle, Jhs. I). II. Case. Miss Ilouer,
Mis. P. Cox, Miss Mum 00, H, Zeilie,
8. Pntlen, N. K. Wilcox, Geo. N. Wil
cox, H. L. Wilcox, Mis. Wilcox, Mrs.
Mrs. J. F. Wools, p, Wlilr-niunn. M
Howltt, J. F. Woods, Mr. J. S. Wnl-l-or,
C. Chnck, Mary Chack, P. H
Pinker, Miss ltesluilck, Mrs. N. Hub
lie, Miss (1. Hustle, Miss P.. It. Col
lals. Miss M. i:, Collals. 0. II. Colluls,
Mrs. J, IlobliiBon, W. S. llowen II. P.
Konnedy, Mis. J. Carvalho, Mrs. J, S.
Cannrlo, Mlsa Cunailo, Hlta Cnnnrlo.
Sparks from the Wireless,
P. M. S. S. Korea, en joulo fiom Ho
nolulu tu Yokoliiuna, 8 p. 111., July 13.
722 miles out. All well.
P. M. S. S. Mnnchuila, en route
from Yokohama lo Honolulu, S p. 111,
July 13, 550 miles fiom Honolulu.
O. S, S Siena, on 1011I0 fiom Ho
ncilulu to San Fianclsro, 8 p, 111 , July
13. 525 miles from Honolulu.
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong Mniu,rcn
mule In Honolulu X p. m July 13,
noo miles fiom Honolulu, Will in'rho
7 it. m , Sunday.