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EVENING BULLETIN, ltoNO.LULU.T. H., FRIDAY.i JULY' 21, tM,1 i
Oceanic Steamship Company
tr,'"m 8 F- Arrive Hon, L.v. Hon. Arrive 8. F.
ul 2Z: July 28 Aucusl 2 August 8
A"DUsl 12 August 18 Auyust 23 August 23
6S first class, singls, 8. F. 1110 flrst etas, round trip, Han Franclsoo,
0, BREWIR A CO., LTD., General Agent.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Strainers of the abovo company will call at Honolulu anil lours this port
on or bout the dates mentioned below;
FOR THE ORIENT. FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
". 8. Siberia July 24 8. 8. Mongolia August 5
J. 8. China August 1 S. S. Persia Augut23
8. 8. Manchuria August 8 S. S. Korea September 1
8. 8. Mongol! August28 S. 8. Siberia September 16
S. S. Persia September20 S.U.China Septembcr22
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
Steamers of the ubovo Company
about the. dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
6. S. Chiyo Maru August 15
8. 8. America Maru September 5
8. S. Tonyo Maru September 12
S. fi. Shinyo Maru October 3
S. S. Chiyo Maru 4.,.. October 31
LVfatson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE DETWEEN SAN
FROM SAN FRANCI8CO.
8. 8. Wilhclmina...... July It
8. 8. Lurline July 22 S. 8. Lurlino July 31
8. 8. Honolutan August 5 8. 8. Honolulan August 15
S. S. Wilhclmina August 8 S. 8. Wilhelmina August 16
Sy S. Lurline August 23 8. S. Lurline August 29
8. 8. HYADES of this Una sails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or
about JULY 22, 1911.
For further particulars, apply ta
CASTIE, &. COOKE, LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA.
Makura , July 21
Zaalandia .....August 18
iHtO H. DA VIES A
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
From New York to Honolulu, via Tehuantcpec, every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at the Company'a wharf, 41st Strait, 8outh
FHOM SEATTLE OR TACOUA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
A. S. VIRGINIAN, to sail..'. JULY 20
S. S. MEXICAN, to sail about
8. S. MISSOURIAN, to sail
r-or further Information apply to
Phone 2295 Reaches
Hustace-Peok Co., Ltd.
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
63 QUEEN STREET P. 0. BOX 212
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
enseal Agent for HwalU
Atlas Assurance Company of Lonaon.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Krevldence Washington Insurance Co.
tth FLOOR. 8TANUENWALD BLDQ.
le, not a Luxury; lt,ls,a Ntcesstty.
.Ml WM KIU.I II.ID HIV Wl .
jUid t!jat la provided Jy the famous
lend most oqultMi';.LwV of Massa
.sh'usoUs, jni.th. ' j
New England ,;MuTual
Life Insurance. Co.
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS.
If yeuj. would bn full Informed about
Hieee laws, addreee
CASTLE & COOKE,
r tNERAL AGENTS, '1 i
H. ' HONOLULU. T. H.
wm call at and leavo Honolulu on or
FOH SAN FRANCISCO.
h. 8. Chlyo Maru July 21
s. 8. America Maru August 11
s. 8. Tenyo Maru August 18
5. 8. Shinyo Maru September 8
8. 8. Chlyo Maru Octobert 6
COOKE, LIMITED, -Agents,
FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
FOR SAN fRANCISCO.
S. S. Wllhalmlna .July 19
General Agents, Honolulu- .
Makira September 12
Mar ama August 15
CO..-LTD.. GENERAL .GIRTH.
H. HACKFELD "A CO, LTD, agents,
MORSE, General Freight Agent I
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
way stations t:i5 a. m., .:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Station f7:30 a. m., :16 a, m..
11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. si.,
5:16 p. m., t:30 p. m., Ml:15 p. m.
Fcr WaMava and Lelletiua 10:X0
a. in., '6:16 om., (9:80 p. m., tll:H
Arrive Honolulu from Kabuku. Wal
aulua and Walanae '8:31 a. m..
6:31 p. m.
Arrive .Honolulu froa K"s Mill .and
Poarl Clty-t7:46 a. m., 8:36 a. m
'ii:uz a. m., -imu p. m., f;2t p, m.
5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu front Wehlawa and
LeJIehua :16 a. m.. U:4 t m., 5:81
r. m., HPslO p. m. '
Tbo Halclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only flrBt class tickets honored),
leader, Honolulu ovcry Sundoy at (:3C
a. m.; returning, an Ives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited slope only
at Pearl City and Walanae oittwnrd.
and Walanae, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally, tBunday BxceptoJk JHuuday
0. P. DBNIBON. F. 0. SMITH,
Superintendent. a. P. A.
V n 1 1 e t ! n phone nnmberi arei
Holiness Office tiU.
Kilterlal .Veeau SISea
IiUbUiW in 1881
Bishop & Co.
' 1 ' :' ' , ' ;'
Commercl' ul Tmelert
Ictten-of Credit lHued on
the' Bank of 'Calif whin tnd
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correipondenti for the
American Expreu Company
tnd Thoi. Ccok eV Ion.
Interest allowed on Term
and Savinp Bank Depotita,
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 1600,000
CLAUS 6PKECKELS ft CO.
Inritea your Account and
offen utiifactory lervloe.
Loani at market ratei.
Exchange and CaVile trans.
Travelers' Crediti and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
HEAD OFFICE... I01tOHAA
Capital (Paid Up).. Ten 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yon 16,600.000
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts for
'$1 and upwardn.
Fire and burglar-proof vault,
with Pafo DepoBlt Boxes for rent
at It per year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to be kept on
custody at moderate rates. '
Particulars to be applied for.
IV AKAI, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and Mer
chants Btreeta. Telephone 2421
and 1694. P. O. Box 1J8V
TWO FORD MACHINES
Just as good as new) three seals.
One $200 1 one $250.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND RICHARD8 8TS.
, 'Telephone 514
Engineering aA Contracting
Home-Wiring Hjpalring Saapliet
1187 A1AKJEA ST. Near BereUnia
A (nil uiortment, liies I4"xt6"
to 48"xl20", and gaagti . II to
N- t6 jait to hand.
We do iheet metal work of- all
kinds, and, guarantee latiiiaitioa.
Your patronage it solicited.
PE0MPT ATTENTION TO JOBBIHfl
EMMELUTH A CO., LTD.
Phone 1811 145 King Street
mm ur ipnisa. ,,
aLLM a loinrioa,
ineea Itrsat ;: :: tf, Voaolala
",,,"r" ""v.. .r.o m,i mo lr.r.
phone unmhers of the II u II o 1 1 n.
POPULARITY THAT COUNTS
THE citUSHRD ItOCKVrtOM Ol'R QUATtniKS IS IN DK
MAKD AND IS, CONSIKJUKNILV, POPULAR: IF YOU ARK
CONniDRniNOCONCRKTK CONSTRUCTION, LIKEWIBI3CON
DinElt OUR NOH. 2, 3 AND 4.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd..
ROBINSON BUILDING - QUEEN 8TREET
Alexander U Baldwin,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
II. P. Baldwin, President
W. M. Alexander
J. P. Ccoko....2nd Vice-President
.T, n. Onlt 3rd Vice-President
John (lulld Acting Treasurer
E. K. Paxlon Secretary
W. O. Hinlth. .1 Director
W, It. Castle.. 1 Director.
a; N. Wilcox j Director
. '' .
and Insurance Agents
v 1 . Agents for
Hawaiian Cotnmrrclnl & Sugar Co.
llnllju Sugar Company.
- 1'ala Plantation.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Knliuku Plantation Company.
,, McBrydo Sugar Cotnpnny.
Kanuiui Railroad Cmnpany.
Knual nulhviiy Company.
.1 In llui Km It and Packing Company,
Kulial Krull aiel Iwtnd Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPINQ AND COMMISSION MIR.
CHANTS, SUOAFt FACTOR
Rwa Plantation Co.
Walilun. AftTlcultnral Co., Ltd.
Kohiia Sugar Co.
Walmea Sonar Mill Co. ,
Apokaa Sufar Co.. Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works ot St Louis.
Babcock ft Wilson Pumps.
Qreen'a Fuel Hconnmlteri.
Matson Nnvlicatlon Co.
.C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUGAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers and Directors!
I. F. Bishop President
Geo. H. RourUon
. . . .Vice-President and Manager
W. W. North Treasurer
Richard Irers Secretary
J.Jl. aalL-L-vs.. Auditor
Oeo. R. Carter ...v Director
C. 11. Cooke ...'.'.'. Director
R..A. Cook ....,.. rjrctor
A, Oartley .....kVv..1. Director
C. Brewer & Co:, Ltd
FIRE AND MARINE
Royal Insurance Co. of LHerpool.
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union ft National Ins.
Co. ot Edinburgh,
Caledonian Insurance Co. of
American & Foreign Marine Ins.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King 8t.
STANDARD , GAS ENQINE8
For All Purposea
Marine,, Stationary, Pumping,
HONOLULU IRON WORK8 CO.
.Agents for Hawaii
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
J. A. OILMAN
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Etrae
ftlVaaei fltaVAl CfsA4-'a BalMliaaKM fla.a
t4.SJ UlrVVl UUUVIJIVI,,IMUVtUJ OJl
temi. Acporti and litimatw on Pro-
ecu, Fhono 1048.
dookb tor Bale at tne. u u u 1 1 n
offlco. BOc each. ;-. ' '"
Ertarid for Record July 10, 1911.
'From 10i30 a. m. to 4l30 p. m.
11 WntcrhoUKC Trust Co L(d to
Mnv K llrrnvn ' .'. .1 . . . . D
11 WatrrliotlKu Trust' Co littl 'to V
V Dllllnshnin ot at D
YoiinRMcn's Christian Asdn to Ho
nolulu Lodge No 61, B P O E.. D
Honolulu l,odKc No' 616, R P O B,
to Clinrloa M' Cooko Ud M
Wnltcr D Lowell and wf to Kutli-
rrlno'l! LIvlnRxton D
Coroltnv A Madelros'nnd'hsb to Jo
seph C Ollvclra .e D
Lcc Chll to Ynni; Chnl liillK DH
Leo Chu to Ynns Chnl Hlng.,..,. L
Entered for Record July 20, 1911.
From 8l30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
Kuinvalilnc nnd lish r.t.nl to Achoy
Aim , ,,.. D
Recorded June 29, 1911.
San Antonio Port Hoht Socy of Ha
waii to Muriel C Bhlnglp.. D; 11 DO gq
ft land. Km ma St, Honolulu, Oaliu;
fihi. II 348, p 1.18. Juno 27, 1011.
OiorRc P Cnatlo nnd vf(';to Aucusta
It Crnhnm. Di lotr. 10, It nnd, 12, lilk
28. Penrl City, Ewa, Oflhu; 7D0. B 348,
P 148. May 9, 1911.
Dnrln itwl. to voni Hoinm-YounB
Co Ltd, C Mi Pope. Wnverley electric
runiilioiit. No :00;,-.Trrot Hawaii;-J350.
M 347, p 278. June 26, 1911.
Knlinukl Land Co Ltd to Antnne F
Mtiriiiicii. D; lot 4 of aubdlV. Iota 10
and 11, Nutinmi . Valley Homestead
Lot.o, Honolulu, Oahu; S275. It 348, p
1D0. June 28, t911.
Etlpar HcnrlqueK nnd wf to Jnsc C
Soiifh, D; tot 10, hlk B, Knnlaaluna,
Honolulu. Oahu; 37r. R 348, ip 162.
June 28, 1911.'
Joso C Koukii nnd wf to Oeorslna
RodrtRiieM, D; lots 10, 11 nnd 12, hlk
II, Knnlnalunii, Honolulu, Onhu; S132S.
B 348. p 104. June 28, 1911.
JamcH Keawo to Samuel Kutiln, D
1-2 Int In R P 3186 nnd kuls 9694 nnd
97C8, Iloiiuuiinii, etc, S Komi, etc. Ha
wall; ::.. 11 .148, p 140. Mny 11, 1911.
Samuel Kiiula In Robert Mnkahu
lup.i, D; 1-2 Int In kulx 9691 nnd 97G8,
KeaHliou 1, N Komi, Hawull; SCO. B
348 p 141. May 27, 1911,
Robert Mnkahntupn nnd wf to Mrs
Annie K Knomoa. D; 1-2 Int In kills
9694 Hint 9738, Kenuhou 1, N Kona, Ha
waii; S75. B 348. p 142. June- 10,
J N Koomoa and huh (J N) to Wil
liam P Roy, D; Int In kills 9694, S7S8
nnd 9761, Kenuhou, N Kona, Hawaii
1300. B 348, p 143. June 12, 1911.
A A Wilder, tr. and wf to May K
Brown, D; 1-2 Int In an' 20, R P 4388;
R P 744T, part 2, -and pes laud, Alae
1 and 2, etc. Kula. Maul; St. B 348, P
144. June 29. 1911,
A A Wilder, tr, and wf to W F DM
llnchnni et nl, D; K2 Int In np 20, R P
4388; R P 7447, part. 2, and pes land,
bldfi-H, etc. Alae 1 and 2, etc, Kula,
Maul; SI. B 348, p 146. June 29, 1911.
.Estate of Makoo by tr to Pioneer
Mill Co Ltd, L; R P 21C3, kul 3927 Ho-
nokmval Gulch, Knnnnp.ill, Maul, 5 yru,
pd S6S. B 353, p 80. June 22. 1911.
Court of Land Registration.
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Chin All
Chock, D; lot No 7, Kapalatna, Hono
lulu, Oahu: $375. U L R Doc No 306.
Juno 22, 1911,
PA8SENOERS DEPARTED. I
Per Btmr. W. a. Halt, for Knual
ports, July 20. F. A. Baylor, B. Lo
vell, Mrs. Lovell, Max Oreenbaugh. Y.
Ynmnmoto, Mrs. McKenzle, H. L. Ly
ons, R. U Halsey", Mrs. HalBcV.'AV. V.
Martin, w. V. Hardy.
Per stmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii .and
Maul iiortsi July 21. L. Aaron. Rov.
D. Scurtdrr, M. Loulssnn, Paul Inen
berg, Mary Sllva, O. W. Carr, Mlsp
MuBscy, II. S. Btryno, Mrs. Btryno, S,
O.-Wilder, Mm. C.'E. Copeland, & K.
Smith," A. H-'Ford, C.L A.Sevlllo, Mrs.
for Btmr. Klnau, for. Knual portu,
July 23. D. Nott, R. II, Thompson. II.
M. Von Holt, Phillip Wood, MUa Von
Holt, Miss L. Vfn llolt, MJss 'Ooqdalf',
Miss ivcucy, it. a. jsorris, Misa.uwin
ell, Mlsa M. Wucrlioii8o, O, 8,. Bur-
reii. .- -
Per stmr, Mnuna Kca,.for llllo and
way'iiorts, July 25. Mw D. II, CaBe,
Miss E. McKenzle W. L. Emory, Mrs
Emory, Mlsa Hi Wlknnder, Miss D,
Donaldo, Mrs. F, J. Bawyer, Mlsa V.
Holland, Mies Ida Solomon, Mrs, C.
J, Robinson, R. Paris, Mrs. Fernan
dez, Mrs. Colo, Mrs. Wontherbce, Miss
Wcathcrbeo, W. Drummond. ,
Anyone found trespassing or
shooting on the Waialao or
Kahala lands will be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the law.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
July 1,1911. "s9-""
During my nhsenco from the Terri
tory, Mr, Win. Mutch will net for mo
under full power of nttorncy.
4983-3t E. W. QUlrtN.
Cnptnln J, O. Fnrla, master f tho
wrecked Pacific Const steamer Santa
Rosa, has come In for a targe amount
of criticism concerning Ills delay In
attempting to land two hundred and
ninety passengcrx from tho vessel
white the sea was smooth and weather
Cnptnln Fnrla of the Santa Rosa has
taken to himself all blaute that may
lie for delay or mlsjudgment In the
transfer of passcngcra from his vessel
following tho disaster at Point Ar
guello last Friday. In nit extended In
terview yesterday hn absolved the of
ficials of the Pacific Coast Steamship
Company from the charge of having
haggled over the price of removing
passengers nt a time when minutes
might have meant life or death.
"I wan supreme In command from
the moment the vessel struck until the
last passenger wns nBbore," he said,
"and I lmvo no Intention of shirking
tho responsibility of what I did or
did not do. The messages which I re
ceived from the company In regard to
transferring my passengers to unother
vessel were merely suggestion's nnd not
orders, hut had they been the latter I
would not linvo hndto obey them, for
I nlonc wns rcsponslblo under the nnvl-
Kntloi laws. Moreover, there was no
haggling over it question of price, for
tho llrst message I received In regard.
to -i trnnsfcr made no rcferenco to cost
hut merely Instructed, mo to do what
I considered best." t
Maintains He Was Right.
Cnptnln Fnrla did not admit, how
ever, that the courso which ho had
ndopteil was the wrong one. He point
ed nut that at tho tlma the Santa Roxa
struck the sea was smooth, that tho
vessel was taking no water nnd Hint
the steering genr nnd machinery were
"I had every reason to believe," ho
said "that wo could float the Santa
Rosa ot high tide nnd go on our way,
llnd I put the passengers ashore, nt
that time they would hnvn been strand
ed on an open beach, without food,
fuel or shelter, nnd might have had
tho satisfaction a few hours Inter of
seeing the Santa Rosa get oft the bar
nt high tide nnd stand out to sea with
out them. That would have been a lino
thing, would It not? Imagine tho crltl
clsm to which tho company and myself
would liavo been subjected, particu
larly If Homo passenger had been In
jured or drowned In being set ashore.
And during the hours when It was pos
sible to have taken the passengers off
there seemed to be no reason to be
llevo that we would not be afloat again
at high tide.
Broken Hawser Is Blamed.
"As a matter of fact, I believe the
Santa Rosa wouhl have been floated
again had It not been for the parting
of tho Argyll's hawser at a critical mo
ment. At nil events, the best answer
to uny criticism that may be made of
my Judgment Is that no passenger lost
his life." , ,
Cuptaln Thomas Qunderson of the
Meant schooner Helen P. Drew, one of
tho vessels which' stood by and at
tempted to pull tho Santa Rosa off the
sandbar near Point Arguello Friday,
told Government Inspectors Bolles and
Bulger during his examination at the
second dny of tho Inquiry Into tho
cause of tho wreck that he was great
ly surprised at Captain Farla's pro
crastination In getting his passengers
"1 told my mate," snld Gundrrton,
In answer to ,i question by 'Inspector
Bulger, "that It was a strange thing
to me why he did not get his passen
gers ashore while the sea was smooth
una it com a no none in surety. Then
when It commenced to get rough und
we saw that no attempt was being
made to get them off, I swore n good
round snllnr'b oath at .the skipper of
the Santa Rosa for his delay.
8sa Was 8mooth.
Qunderson testllled thnt lie was on
his way from San Pedro to San Fran-
qlsco when ho sighted the Santa Ross
and Immediately put In toward It.
This was at 6:3D o'clock. The sea
wns smooth at the time, he said, and
the air wns clear exept for a slight
haze hkjrtlng tho roust. Having no
wireless nboaru, he could not commu
nicate with the stranded nteamcr, hut
he nt oiu'o. Rot out n line und uttached
It to the vessel.
His line hroke, he said, soon after
the one on the Argyll parted, hut his
mntn and three seamen endeavored to
get another aboard. Falling, they of.
fered their services to tho cnptuln of
the Santa Rosa and helped to man the
Oundrrson wns of the opinion that
Hip Santa Rosn could havo been floated
at high tide If the tow Hues had held,
but suld that If he hud been In com
mand of the vessel he would have put
tho passengers uBhore before he did
KAUAI ROAD DEPARTMENT
HAS SHORTAGE SCANDAL
Reports have been received from
Llhue, Knunl, that T, Onokea, formor
road limn, has becomo Involved In
financial difficulties; Onoliou Is charg
ed with having clioited tho county
nut of some road funds. Ho has re
tained. A. 0, Kautukou as htg at
torney, , t
VESSEL TO ARRIVE
Saturday, July 22.
San Francisco Lurline, .! N. S. 8.
Hllo via way porta Mauna Koa,
, Sunday, July 23.
Maul, Moloknl and Lannl porta
Kauai iorls Klnau, stmr,
Monday, July 24.
San Francisco Slbcrln, P. M. B. 8
Kauai ports Noeuu, stmr.
Wednesday, July' 26.
Kauai ports W, U. Hnll, 6slmr,
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Friday, July 28.
Saltua Cruz via Ban Francisco aud
Bcaltlc Virginian, A.-H. S., S.
Ban Francisco Sierra, O. S. 8.
Saturday, July 29.
Hllo via way porta Mauna Kea,
Sunday, July 30.
Kauai ports Klnau, nlmr.
Maul, Moloknl and Lanal porta
Tuesday, Aug. 1,
San. Francisco China, P. M. S. S.
Friday", Aug. 4. ,
Manila via Nagasaki huford, U. S.
Saturday, Aug. S.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N.
Sunday, Aug, 6.
Hongkong via Japan portB Mon
golia, P. M. 8. 8.
Tuesday, Aug. 8.
Ban Francisco Manchuria, P. M.
San Francisco Wilhclmina, M. N.
Friday, Aug. 11.
Hongkong via Japan ports America
Maru, T. K. K. B. 8.
Saturday, Aug. 12.
San Francisco Sheridan, U. s. A.
Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Australian ports via Suva Ma
ram if, C.-A. 8. 8.
San Francisco Chlyo Mnru, T. K.
K. 8. S. ,
Friday, Aug. 18.
Sun Francisco Slorra, O. 8. S.
Vancouver and Victoria Zcalandla,
C.-A. 8. 8. ,
Saturday, Aug. 19.
Hongkong via Japan iiorls Tpnyn
Maru, T. K. K. 8. 8.
Tuesday, Aug. 22. .
Central and South American porta
Buyo Maru, T. K. K.,,8. 8.
Wednesday, Aug. 23.
San, .Francisco Lurline,, M.. N..8. 8.
Friday, Aug. 25.
Hongkong via Japan ports Persia,
P. M. 8. 8.
Monday, Aug. 28.
San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S.
VIMSLS TO DEPART
Friday. Julv 21.
Australian ports via Faunlng Island
Malcura, C.-A. 8. 8.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, T. K.
K. 8. 8
' Hawaii yla Maul ports Claudlne,
stmr., 5 p. m.
Monday, July, 24.
Hongkong via Japan ports Siberia.
Kauai portn Noenu, stmr., C p. m.
Tuesday, July 25.
Hllo via way portB Mauna Kea,
stmr., 10 a. m.
Kauai porta Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m.
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports
Mlkahala, Btmr., 5 p. m.
Thursday, July 27.
Kauai ports W. O. Halt, Rtmr., 5
Friday, July 28.
Hawaii via Maul porta Claudlne,
stmr., 6, p. m. t
Monday, .July 31,
Kauai ports Noeau, atmr., 5 p. m.
Tuoiday, Aug. 1,
m San Francisco Lurline, M, N. 8.. 8.
I MAILS. '"7.
Mails are due tram the following
points aa follows:
San Francisco Siberia, July 24.
Yokohama Mongolia, Aug.
Colonies Mnrama, Aug. IB.
Victoria Zealandlu, Aug. 18,
Malls will depart for the following
points aa follows:
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, July 21.
Yokohama Slbcrln, July 24.
Vancouver Marnma, Aug. IB.
Sydney Makura, July 21.
Dtx nt Sonlllo. nut nt nnmmtaalnn
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for Ban
Francisco, arrived July 14,
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, July 14,
Crook, arrived s. F. Apr. 13.
Bnford, sailed from Manila July 14.
Tho next steamer In tho American
Hawaiian servlco to Ball from Pueet
Bound will bo tho freighter Mexican
Bchcdiiled to depart from Beattlo on
August 1st. This vessel Is reported
will bring down a large shipment of
steel rails, bridge material and other
freight for tho railways now under
construction on tho Island of Hawaii.
Tho Mexican bIbo has a large gen
eral cargo fen- locnl importers.
lnter-Islend and O, R. ft L. shipping
books for tilt at tb.3 Bullotli
office, 50c each.
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