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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUE3DAY, JULY 25, 1911.
Honolulu Cloiplcr l!o)il
An li Degree.
All rlEltlnx metnbern of tfte
Order are cordially invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
-iioiue ruptutene ocmuui vi
JENEFICIM. AH"QIATIOIti ciatiom cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M
MeU every flnt and third Thura-
, days of each raonth at Knlghti ot
Pythias Hull. Visiting brother! eor-
l1ly InvltfHt to attend.
W J. HOUINSON, Sachem,
li V. TODD, C. of It.
E0N0LU1U AEETJE, MO, , 0. X.
MeeU on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening of each month at
1:30 o'clock tn K. of P. Halt, corner
tterctnnla nnd Fort atreet.
Vltltlng Eagle are Invited to at-
Q CO. A. DAVIS W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec (
HONOLULU LODGE, 816, B. P. 0. 1,
Honolulu Lodge No. tit, B. P. O.
filki, meet !n their hall, on King
Itreet, near Port, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Brothers are cordially
nvited to attend.
I) T. lWSENIlERO. a R.
'f i ULiCJ. T, KLULUUli, sec
WM. atcKTHIEY I0D0B." HO. 8,
a- oi r, ., F.r
Meet vry 2nd and 4th Saturday
rtinlng at7;30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall., cor.1 Fort and Hereunto. Visit
(ng brother cordially Invited to' at
tend. F. F. KILDKY, C. 0.
, E. A. JACOUSON, K. It, 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Mill ever) first mill third Friday ut
, '.(i o'clock, I'ytlilun Hall, coiner Herr
tiinlii mid Port streets. Visiting broth
era conllally Invited to attend,
s. pi:cKi:it. c c.
) HHlNi:, K. of It. & s.
I mporter Fort St
New Shipment of TAHOES ex Sierra
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 3088
Fort Street "
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open again In September.
68 Young Building
New Stylish Hats
8umm- etylei In millinery at par
( MISS POWER
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
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mi wuiiifif tauic
15c 2 for 25c.
Clufll, l'mbody & Co., Mike
AHHUW CUH-S. 15c a Pair
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Judge V. J. Robinson this morning
Si iintoil V O. Smltli hU discharge an
udmlnlstintor In connection with thu
estate of Hie late Charles W. (J ray.
A demand for trial by jury wan lllcj
this morning by Mary .1. D.ivla In
connection with thu case she la bring
ing ugultibt Harry T. Hills and Mary
George Frcdcnberg, well known In
police circles whs sentenced to pay a
fine of tlilrty-Ilve dollars and, costs
of court by Judge Mousarrut today,
Tor violating thu moral laws.
HI Hung, u little G-ycur-old Korean
girl, fell from u balcony to the ground
jesterduy, n distance of over twenty
feet, and was not .Injured except by
Thu 8. S. I.urlluc arriving tomorrow
morning will bring Henry May & Co.
1.1(1. fiesh California Fruits mul Veg
etables In season and "l'uritan"
Cieumery llutter. Telephone 1271.
Asatn, n Japanese; Voshlnsky, Nor
wegian, und Wawehl, Hawaiian, were
each lined, respectively", three, four
and live dullard by Judge Monsarrat
this lnorulng, for being drunk In u
public place. ,
W V. Chamberlain, V. M. Harrison
nml W. P. Fenupll were appointed
this morning by Judge V. J. Robin-
eon ns appraisers In connection with
the estate or the late Mnry..Kellett
Frcdcnberg. " ' ,'.J
Judge W. L. Whitney yesterday gave
u Judgment In default ugnlnst thu
American Clfiy Machinery Company.
Thu plaintiff In thu cuso was Frunk
K. Thompson nnd the, garnishee the
Honolulu lava llrlck Company.
Papers were filed this morning In
connection with the case In which
Maurice I. Carey claims $7,G84!&,
from the Hawaiian "t.unihcrM Ills, Ltd.
Tho claim is mudo for ceMnln mer
chandise delivered by tho Caspar Lum
Herman llolsteln, who brutally as
saulted a Chinaman without any
provocation, was this morning sen
tenced by (Police Judge Mousarrut to
pay a fine ot twenty-live dollars,
llolsteln was represented by Attor
ney C. F. Chllllngworth.
Judge W. J. Robinson signed an
order , appioving tho accounts of
Ilruco Cartwrlght yesterday, us ad
ministrator of the estate of Joseph
Hubeits of San Lenndro, California.
Tho accounts cover n period qf
eighteen jears and during that tlmo
round about (15,000 has been han
dled. M. T. Slmtoii, W. P. Fcnnell. F, J.
I.luilcinan and Thos. Leo filed their
return this morning In conuuctlnn'vltli
tliq eslatu of the lajp Sophlo! I. II.
Pratt for wlilcli they wero appointee
upiunisers. Tho value of tho whole
property at $32,182.40. There uro also
some remaining sharo which they be
lieve have no vnluo.
$5 UP TO $18
COYNE FURNITURE CO.
1027 Nuuanu 8trt '
BEGINNINO JUNE 3
All the Hat at Rcaiorubl Prlca
CIOAR NOW It
3. A. QUNST & CO. . AvenU
VY e k 1 ; Ballet In II tier year.
m ' t
1 Pergonal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Ja. H, Love)
NEW STEAMER KILAUEA IS
READY FOR LAUNCHING
INTER-ISLAND LINER IS BE ING 'RUSHED TO C0MPLE-
TI0N. KA MOI COMES INSIDE AND ANCHORS IN THE
STREAM. SEVERAL WINDJAMMERS ARE APPROACH
ING THE PORT WITH CAGQES PROM SAN FRANCISCO
President and (leneral Manager .1.
A. Kennedy of the lutcr-leland Steam
Navigation Company Is In receipt of
advices todny Hint' the launching of
the new steamer Kllauea Is ready for
launching and Hint the new vessel nml
latest' addition to thu Inter-Island
fleet would glide down tho ways nt
Union Iron Works, San Francisco, the
first part of August.
This means, that the construction
work on the new vessel Is being rush
ed to completion. The Kllauea, Is ,to
be u lino type of passenger steamer.
It will be of the. same tonnage as tho
Mauna Kca. A number of Improve
ments huve been Incorporated in I If
construction as well ns the arrange
ment o ftho stoterooms.
The coutruct for the Kllauea was
let last' year and ut the time It was
announced that the vessel could not
be expected ready for going Into com
mission boforo the first of the com
ing year. Tho manner In which the
work has been' expedited woyhl Indi
cate that the Kllauea would be a fac
tor In the Knna and Kau run within
but a few months. With tho nrrlvnl
pf the newer bunt, tho Maunu Loa will
be laid up for an extensive overhaul
ing. Lumber for Hllo,
Taking a cargo of lumber, destined
for Ifllo. tho schooner Uorealls 'Ja rcj-
puncu io nave Banco irom urnys itnr
bor on last Saturday. -
Llkellke Sailed for Hawaii.'-
The Inter-Island steamer Llkellke
was dispatched for Muliukoiia nml Ka
walliau at noon today taking extensive
shipments of lumber nnd fertilizer to
Dig Island plantations.
Carrier Dove Has Sailed.
Reports to the local branch of tho
Merchants Kxchango are to the effect
that the American schooner Carrier
Ooyn sailed from Orays Harbor on
last Saturday (th destination as Ka
hulul. Andrew Welch Ha Left San Francisco
The famous and time honored balk
Antjrcw Welch with general cargo In
goodly quantities Is roported to have
Balled front Sun Francisco for Ilonq
luhi on Inst Sunday. It Is possible
that the windjammer may bring down'
n few passengers,
Long Patiage for the Hawaii.
Tho American barkcnjlno Hawaii Is
credited will) a long passage irom ma
huKona tq, Sn Francisco. I.onv!nu,
the Big Island sugar port on June
21st with a full shipment of sugar,
the Hawaii Is said to liaye arrived at
Sarj Francisco (in last Saturday.
Spark from the Wirelesi.
MnUukoiiR Sulled, July 22, bark R
I), llltheL fpr San Fianclijco. (Not
HUI., lrijgiinl its r.eporiod).
M. N. S. S. Lurlinc, en rquto from
Han Franplscu, 8 p. in., July 24, 400
miles rrom Honolulu, ugui soutu
east wjnd, smooth sea,
N-vaJo Off to Pearl Hifrbor.
Taking a large now Federal govern
ment coal barge In tow, tie United
States naval tug Nuvajo left shortly
before nine o'clock for Poarl Harbor
The vessel took on a supply of fuel
all yesterday. Tho Navajo Is claimed,
well adapted to towing of lienvy laden
barges atul other similar work.
Ka Mo Laying In the Stream.
The llttlo schooner Ka Mol, of Cap
tain Frederick Millers' floot was haul
ed In the, stream early this morning
lifter cruising oululdo tho harbor
through the iileTjt. Tho Ka Mol return
ed from Kauai with Captain Miller In
Tel. 1704 - Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty '
( Mont Rouge Wines '
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Tourist Away for the Volcano.
Thirty-seven out of tho hundred or
morp . passengers who embarked for
Hllo in Ifce Muuna Ken tills morning
were tourists. The vessel left nt ten
o'clock with Hllo as u port of destln
ntlon. Consignments of freight nnd
three nutomoulles were Included In
tho freight Jlst.
Japanete Leave for the Homeland.
One hundred Asiatic passengers the
most jpart being , Jul anuse sailed Tor
their native land In the Pacific Mali
liner, Siberia which got away for Hie
Orient at flvo o cluck last evening
A small shipment of coffee was placed
nboard tho vessel before, depaiture.
Nine cabin pnssengeis wero Included
in tho number leaving this port.
Hope to Find a Substitute Fuel,
Nnvy tests to find a substitute for
Atlantic coal will be resumed July
28th. when tho cruiser West Virginia
will go to Vancouver, 11. C, to' take
on 900 tons each of Comox, Nannimo
and South Wellington coal. The
cruiser. Colorado will tako 900 tons
each of yjlkesou and Carbon Hill
coal at Sqattlo and Tncoma bunkers.
It will rcipilru clevei days of actual
steaming', 'tidiest each of the' different
i-uuiM i:uiieu uy illti criiisernj
Hundred Booked for Sierra.
A Iwl'reloJH Is 'expected from tho
Oceanic' steamship Sierra Which Is
now en iroqto from San Francisco and
duo to arrive oft" the iiort at an early
hour on l"rtday morning., Tho Blorru
Is expcrtedpwllt bring a largo number
hi passengers in ndiliunn io mo usual
I mi or general cargo. Ono hundred
passengers ,"hdve booked at tho ofllco
of C. Ilrowpr nml Company for trans'
purtallon. to Sun Francisco In tho HP
crru when that vessel sails for the
coast n week from tomorrow morning
New York Cargo on the Way.
A large.,,cargo of railway inntcrlil
and general merchandise, a portion
comliir froip tie East const of thu
Uued Stnles Is expected to nrilvo
nt Honolulu on July 29th with the
American-Hawaiian trolghtor Vlrgl
nlan. This vessel is bringing con
signments of fi eight which left Now
York In thu Georgian on Juno 2nd
nml thu Kentucklan on June 7lh. The
Bleumcr has sailed from Seattle. Sleel
rails and bridge material uro being
carried for discharge ot Hllo. Th
Vlrlgnlnii will hike on the usual large
quantity oL-sugar at Island polls fpr
tinnsiitiiment nt Sallna Cruz.
Standard American Has New Dredge,
.A now di edge-is hong built for tho
Simula ii American Company which
holds a contract to perform work In
Honolulu hnrbor. The St.,Jol;ns Shlp
'bulldlug Company has, been awarded
n contractf by. Iho Btandnrd American
Dredging Company pf San Franclspo
fpr tlio construction ofka dredg? hull
ut n cost, of approximately $19,000
the work to bo completed October
12th. Tho drodge Is Intended for use,
cither at San, Francisco or Sun Pedro
ami win bo equipped with machinery
nnd a cabin built nt'tho. foremost part
She will bo of tio suction typo und
is tq cost $300,000,
OH Coming Fuel for Pacific Mall.
It having been demonstrated to tho
satisfaction of tho Pacific Mull Steam-
emp Company officials that they can
usu oil much moro conveniently nnd
much cheaper on their ships than
coal, the insinuation of oil burners on
nil tholr vossejs has-been .started and
will bo carried out with all possible
speed. Tho first vessel of this llbf
10 adopt tlio oil burners was tlio City
of Puiu, which left San Francisco for
A neon 1111 Saturday. Uofore sailing the
City of Para cruised uroiind tho bay
on n trial trip.
Some time this week tho freighter
Aztec 'of the same line Wll go on the
ways nt tho Union lion Works ami tho
work of Installing oil burners wilt bo
started, The freighter (ennsyvnnla,
nl so or the Pacific Mall line, on the
South American run, will ho convert
ed into an oil burner on her uext
voynge Into Snn Francisco, One of tho
reapons that ql bumprs linvo been
found to be nioii economical Is be
cause they )(? "iibt lake as much space
ns docs u coal equipment nnd thus
make more rin Tor cargo. Kxain-Iner.
Governor 1'rrar received n letter In
connection with the probable visit of
Mime of the members of Congress to
the IstamlH during the latter part of
next mouth or early In the following
According to the latest ndvlcos, the
par.ty will be leaving cither on the
Mongolia on August 22 or on the Sierra
on September 2. Nothing definite has
been settled yet ns to whether they
will come along nt all, but It Is thought
that there will be no difficulty.
The iiluni, for' their entertainment
will be along similar lines ns those for
the last party, but this time there will
not be so much doing In such a Bhort
INCREASE N. SHIPMENTS
OF IMPORTED RJCE
Superintendent of r.nlomoliiKy.H. M.
Hlirborii prevented the follqw'iiuj facts
tb the lommlssloiiera of fumsii-y and
ugrleiiltiiiu ut thu meeting laid yes
terday uftcrnoon. During tho month
twenty-six vtoseli, wero boarded und
fruit, vegetables und plants were found
on sixteen of them.
A largo Increase over last month's
rlco shipments occurred during June.
A total of 3l,4!lS ImgH iirilvid, und al
though each consignment was carefully
Inspected, none of It was found to bo
affected with weevllt or other pests
ItcporU from Hllo show Ihat.o (.lean
bill was given to nil shipments coming
Uiid colony of vidalla vuro J-pit to
Molokul durlpg the month nnd li large
colony In ull Mages of breeding to
M hi nay Island The last shipment
that was sent tq the latter ' place
proved ii failure owing to delay in ar
rvu. Four lots of Japanese beetlo
fungus wero also distributed
A lot uf pupae of tho Wllforlila oak
moth wiro received, but unfortunately
did not yield many parasites. Thosu
which did breed out wero turned loose.
Thli eutuc pnriiHte was liberated In
large iuantllles lust year among thu
ciR'o.inut groves for the purpose, of at
tacking thu cocoa nut leaf-roller.
KAIMUKI CLUB CALLS
MEETING FOR ACTION
Politics, .good toads, clubhouse and
oilier vital matters uro scheduled to
conio up tomorrow night nt n meeting
of the KulmuUI, Wnlulnn and Palolo
luipiovcmept c'liib, to be held ut tho
lesldencu of K. H. Ilowcn.
Club-memhors ro particularly atv
yloiiB to prosecute road Improve'
nieuts and Jtre talking of running can
dldates for tho next board of super'
vlsois. Kil. Towse, the "gient ccces-
rlonlst" Is talking qf .Kalmikl as a
separate inuiilclimllty from the rBt
or Honolulu, and tho supervisors hnvo
como fn for a good deal of criticism.
The meeting promises tn bo u well
attended and Interesting ono.
Fnluro tq substantial charges
ngulnst Umpire Ilert tluwer, made by
JiiPjineHo slncp the Kelo-Clilne'so game
that ended In tl0 Kulns vyajklng oft tho
Held, lias put the whole mutter up In
tlio ulr. A Japanese named Nakamuni
In sold to have nijnlii thu charges
ngalst, Ilmyer, und n mectlpg ofleaguo
olllcluls was culled for nn today to
sift these chargch to tho bottom.
President Chllllngworth could not find,
Nakuminu today to get his testimony,
nnd tho meeting was not beJd becausq
tho chief wlfnetis did not nppenr to
make good his accusations. Apotjier
meeting Is called for this evening. It
was reported Hint Niikaiuurii had gone
to ) lav. nil hurriedly, but Bower him
self Buys he saw the Japanese about
10:30 this morning.
ROAD COMMISSION POWERS.
An opinion bunded li by Deputy Attorney-General
A. G. Spilth ns to thu
rights of the road commission to buy
lands for rlgljtf. of way, settles the
matter In Its favor. At tho same tlmo
hu suggests that tho easiest way to do
tho thing Is for tho county q tuku
over tho right of way und tien thu
commission run go nliem) und Put ItH
roais through. Tho county cu con
demn lapd If it wants It, but thu com
mission lias not been vested with this
lie I.s also of (lie opinion that all tlio
roads which weie not turned over to
tlia. (pinitloH uiu still Iho piopirly or
Weekly Bulletin II per year.
The dentil knelj for 'stray dogs In
Honolulu town has been sounded and
steps have liow been taken io'rcmuvu
homeless canines' by a painless
Asphyxiation Is considered the only
humane wny fur the elimination or
thoso doggies whqso prosconco lias
teased to be u benefit to the commu
nity at large.
George A. Drawn of the Honolulu
Humane Society has applied to the
City and County Supervisors for two
hundred dollars ns u donation to go
tow aids the erection of u Lethal
chamber. Through Mayor J. J. Fern
io llomuno Society representative
made his appeal which was turned
over to the iollce ' committee. A
favorable report is understood will
be brought befote the meeting or thu
board to bo held this evening.
President Drown has Interested
himself In tho mutter and rccontly has
received many suggestions from Hu
mane organizations on the mainland
regarding the disposition of unclaim
In reference to his request for cly
nnd county aid, Mr. Drown says:
The Honolulu Humane Society Is
Very desirous of having Installed In
the city n lethal chamber for tho
asphyxiation of unclaimed dogs plap-
ed In the city pound nnd we belleye
thjs to be the proper nnd Immune way
or dfsposlngvof them. This effort up
on our part," Continued Mr. Drown,
"Is the result pr considerable corres
pondence between ourselves and n
number or largft cities on the main
land, most gr which use, this method
nnd highly recommend it.
Mr. Drown ciilms to have brought
the matter before the attention of
Sheriff William Jnrrctt npd. finds IJiat
oinclal highly In uccord with tho
modern Idcu. Ho further stilted Hint
he had pioeured from Supclntcndent
of Public Works Campbell tho prlv
clege to use u small piece of ground
now owned by the Territory, not far
from the tanks of thu Honolulu Gas
Company, which he believes n suitable
site for the erection or tlio chamber.
According to its president, the Hu
mana Society la nt present unable to
finance tho project and therefore
makes appeal through Mayor Fern
for municipal assistance. It Is be
lieved Hint an appropriation of two
hundred dollars will bo sulllclcnt to
cover all expense. It Is the Intention
to build It "of wood' that "it wl 'bo
ulr-tlght nnd about slv feet long und
thirty Inches wide, und lurgo enough
to accommodate twenty-live dogs.
On tho top of tho chamber will lie
n glass window to admit of n view
of tho Inside to ascertain when tho
dogs uro dea). This will Include n
cur or cagu for the reception of the
dogs rrom tho wagon which will bo
on wheels. This cngo Is pushed Into
the cliumber und pulled nwuy when
asphyxiation Is completed. It Is
claimed or the process that asphyxi
ation will bo complete In two minutes
nnd Is accomplished with no pain
that extreme feur und fright which
whatever to thu dogs nnd saves thepi
other means of execution usually In
still. CHARLES S. JUDD
Thu new commissioner of lands,
Ciarles S. Judd, formally took over his
position this morning und spent thu
(inju lU had left In between tho visits
of ncWMMPcr men and Joshua Tucker
In studying up the problems beforu
He Is v quiet, unassuming pian vvho
looks us though lie should tuUi hold
pf things und have every chance o(
naming goon, no strikes the onsen cr
as a man who w)ll do things nnd not
spenlc about them until afterwards.
leforu rouilpg hero ho was with the
Federal Forest rjcrvlco and had charge
of wiat wus luiowii is District. G. Tils
embraced tiu land amounting to thirty
million acres In tho States of Wash
ington,, AMskiijinil Oregon.
'It Is too early to say anything
nbout what I shall do or to ba ublo
to gio out any pi ins I iuve for thu
future," ho said, "for ut tbq present
tlmo I hnvo none, I shall have to wait
until I gut onto the run of things. Thu
work will hu very similar in the main
to what I have, been handling back op
thu Coast. At least, that Is what I ex
pect. There will bo tho sumo old com
plaints, the Mime old tangles und all
the rest of it that goes with the charge
of government (and.
'Of course, I recocrnUo that condi
tions hero uro vastly different froiq
those I have, been accustomed to, hjit
the, pialil working principles are thu
"Ves," hu continued In unswer to a
Itiertlon us to his knoulcdgo of mat
ters local. "I liiive)ed fairly extenslvily
through the whole of tho Islands be
foru I went over to college npd have n
ulr(ea of wliut (hey uio llko und tio
runijIMqpk tljut exist,"
-BULLETIN ADS PAY'
OF A MILD BOOM
(Special H n 1 1 e 1 1 ll CAririoiulence.)
BY C. S. ALBERT.
WASHINGTON, D. C, .Inly 13. As
nn Illustration of the ndftge that truth
always has1 fiction knocked over the
roped something of a boom lias been
ntqrtcd 'for' tho- nomination of Alton
II. Porker ns hc' Democratic Piesl
lentjal candidate next -year; It ap
pears Hint nearly nil the enmity en
gendered ngalnat tho man who led
pomucracy-to defeat seven years ago
has passed nwr.y. ' When In this city
recently Jilcso J'ofkcr was gvcn u
warm ircopttou by many prominent
Democrats. Ho dropicd ovpr to thn
Sennto shlo of the big Cniiltql and was
In conversation wli Senators Uncon,
llalley nnd others.-
A respectable, contingent of Demo
cratic members of Congioss told
Judge Parker they would not ho at
nil displeased or. disappointed to sco
him, named ns stundard bearer for tho
campaign or 1912.
As ror himself Judge Parker vn?
reasonably delighted, with tho pros
pects of success. for his party In tho
noxt campaign. Mlo did not do any
wild pic-dieting but advanced this con
servative prophecy: s
"Experience has made, us cautious
In tho matter or prediction, but thn
outlook certainly Is better than usual "
Per stmr. Klnau for Knunl ports,
July 23. D. Niitt, IL It. Thompson,
II. V. von Holt, P. Wood, Miss von
Holt, Miss Laura Nott, Mlsu Wag
ner, F. KJnlslon, MrB. S. Nike, It.
Oliver, Mrs. Dillingham, .Mrs. Dilling
ham, 1.. Huso, Mhis Goodiilc, Miss
Kelluy, II. Vincent, It. 8. Norrls, MI11
Dwinell, Miss Wilcox, M. Fussoth, G.
S. .IJurrcll, Miss Dow, Miss Alexan
der, Itov. Hurl, M. Hoare, C. S. Dole.
Per Btmr. Caudliio nr Hawaii ami
Maul porta Hoy. It. K, Smith, II. T.
Waity. Miss M. Q11I1111. Miss M. Jaeger,
Mrs. II, Jueger, li M. Dcahu, W. F.
Per stmr. .Mauna I.oa, rir Kona and
Knti iM)rtH,JuIy 28. O. P. Knmauohu,
Mih. Duieluy, M. K. Makekau. Mrs
Makekuu. Miss M, Allium, Miss Ann.
James Campbell, Dr. II. I Koss, M.
Daitcllns, Mrs. Dartelles, Mrs. W. I).
AluWnyiir, Clnicnco Mc Wayne, F. M
Per stmr. W. G. Hall. lur Kauai
liorts, July 2S.B. , Woodward. Geo.
N. Wilcox. )-
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Moloknl ports, July 25. F. A. Cooke.
C. If. Ilustnco. P. Pall, Miss Pall,
Mis. Fountain, C. W. Spitz.
Per stmr. Mnuna Koa,.for Hllo and
way porta, July 23. Mrs 1). II. Cuse,
Miss Ii McKenzlc, W.'U Kmnry, Mrs.
Kmory, Miss II. Wlkander, Miss I).
Donaldp. Mr. F. J. Sawyer, Miss F.
Holland, MIsb Ida Solomon, Mra. C.
J. rtqlilnson, , Purls, Mr Fernan
dez, MrB. Cole, MrB. Woathorhee, Miss
Wcatherbee, W. Driimmoml.
Per P. M. S. 8. Siberia for Japan
ports nnd Manila Wm. Hatch, II. 11
Hosso, Mrs. II. I). HesBO, Hermann
Krauss, K. c. Plntt.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai porta,
July 25, U. Nott, II. II. Thompson. H.
M. Von Holt, Phillip Wood. Miss Von
Holt, MIsb L. Von Holt, Miss Ooodalf,
Miss Kclley, 11. H. Norrls, Miss Dwin
ell, Mlsa M. Walei house, O. S. H111
rell. I TRANSPORT SERVICE.
Illx at Soattlo. out n; commission.
I.ogan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived Mny 12. (
Sheridan, rrom Honolulu ror San
Francisco, arrived July 14.
Sherman, sailed rrom Honolulu ror
Manila, July 14.
Crook, nrrlved S. F. Apr. 13. 1
nnfprd, sailed rrom Manila July 14.
Malls are due rrom iho following
points as follows:
Snn Francisco I.ui lino, July 20.
Yokohama Mongolia, Aug. C. x
Colonies Murnma, Anp. 15.
Victoria Zenlandla, Aug. IS.
Mulls will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Frniiclscp-rl.ui'llno, Aug. 1.
Yokohama China, Aug. 1.
Vancouver tlnrnnin, Aug. 15.
Sydney Zeahindla, Aug. 18.
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