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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE6DAY, JULY 26, 1911.
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IIiiikiIiiIii Chapter Itotnl
All vltltlng membtrn of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge'
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
i ,,each month
at n. r. nan
7:30 P. M.
jidiwc cueiuteiw , Memoer. ot
4NEFICIAL A?S"r.IATI0H, ?&
HAWAIIAN TRIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first and third Thura-
tayi of each month at Knlghti of
Pythlaa Hall. ViBltlne; brother! cor
(tally Invited to attend.
W J. HOUINHON, Sachem.
I II V. TODD, C. of It.
ONOLUtU AERIE, 140, f. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening! of each month at
f:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Berttanla and Fort street!.
Visiting Kaglea are Invited to at
CEO. A. DAVIS W. P.
VM. O. McCDY, Sec
; KONOLUItJ IQPPE, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
, Honolulu Lodge No. 618, B. P. O.
i Clks, meets !n their hall, on King
Jtrpet, near Fort, every Friday are
3 alng. Visiting nrothern are cordially
nvlted to attend.
n. v. n. isKxnnna, n. r.
ano. t. ki.ui:gi:i Bee.
7K. KcKINIEY I0DQE. NO. 8,
-" Meets avery 2nd" and 4th Saturday
Six ivenlng at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P.
, Hall, cor. Fort and Heretanla. Vlilt
; Ing brother! cordially Invited to at-
f. f. kilbey; c. v.
e. a, jacohson. k. r. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first niid tfffi Friday -lit
; 7. SO o'clock, I'ytlilan Halbjicnucr Here-
mnia nun i-ort streetsi.,.v.lslUng broth
ers cordially lnvltcl,ti,'atfenl.
S DlfCKKR, C'V.
, Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS'
have received ex Ldrllne STREET
and DRESS HATS alio the latest In
OSTRICH BAND3 and TRjMMING.
Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3088
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open again In 8tptember.
68 Young Building
New Stylish Hats'
Summer styles In millinery at par
The Army of
It Crowing Smaller Evi
LIVER PILLS i
letponilble they I
only girt relief
mm, laJiteitlea, Sick Htsfacae, UbvSk
SMALL riU, SMAU.D05E. MALL HX
' Genuine mUu Signature
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There will be u meeting of the
Hoard of Ik'alth lit 2 o'clock today.
Go nml sec Jos. Human to linvu
your lint cleaned. 122 Heretunln St.
When you use l'.iu ka I latin you get
down to business and rid the bouse
of dirt with no loss of energy,
A petition was tiled this morning In
connection with the confirmation of
the appointment of the Hawaiian
Trust Company as trustee, In the es
tate of the late Annederla Amoy Ilea
.miss helen oheiimetjiy Is a
visitor to the Islands. She lfli)sbjp
ilng at tho Pleasanton. ' '
HOOKKEEPEIt 1IAENISCII of the
Hutchinson StiKur Company Is In
town on u visit.
CHIEF CLERK DAVIS of the Uni
ted States district court commenced
his vacation yesterday.
MISS I McSTOCKER, sister to F.
II. McStocker of this city, will make
an extended visit In the Islands. Miss
McStocker arilved In the I.urllne from
the Coast this morning.
CAPTAIN WINTERS will sail fur
the Const on the lluford to Join his
regiment at San Antonio, Texas. He
has been the military Instructor, at'
Kamehaiueha ScIiooIh for the paa&tiwo
years. - , HI
MISS EVASHAFTEH. an arrival
from San Francisco In the Mnlson
steamer Lurllne this morning, will
pay an extended visit nt tins home
of Mrs. Montague Cooke of this city.
MRS. E. J. JOHNSON, .Mm. May
Lewis and Mrs. K. Uollnger are In
cluded In a party of Portland, Oregon,
pe'oplo who are making a visit of the
Island points of Interest. They ar
rhed In the Lurllne this morning.
.MISS MARY WALKER and Miss
Y. Reynolds, two young ladles from
Flagstaff, Ariz., decided to spend a
vacation In the Hawaiian Islands, and
were nrrvals this morning In the
Matson steamer I.urllne.
II. F. STEER, G. II. Schoclkopfnnd
Miss V. Schoetkopf are tourists hail
ing from Dallas, Texas. They wero
numbered among the passengers ar
riving In tho Matson steamer Lurllne
this morning. The party proposes to
visit the volcano before returning to
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going to muko this a mighty unhealthy
port for tho smugglers to operate into
or out of.
The Sun Francisco Chronicle prints
the following comment on tho part
Honolulu 1ms played In tho detective
Tho discovery of tho safe nml sane
wnter butt hlillng phieo was inndo by
Chief wllklc'H men In China. They
found that theio mid In Honolulu Chi
nese ami whites of good business
btundliig wero engaged In tho prac
tice, tempted by the lurge rewards
mid the facility with which tho drug
could be brought into the United
Stales Afjer watching tho loading
of tho steamers at Hongkong thoy
dlscoveied the secret hiding place ol
tho ring that had never been detect
eel by tho San Fianclsco officials. At
Honolulu the essels were watched.
and when half-way to this iiort mes
sages wero sent to the Customhouse
stilting the hiding place of tho con
traband. Then tho seizures were made'
and tho ring was thrown Into con
The latest seizure of Ihn drug was
made on July 18, when J17i'n of the
dream (stuff was discovered on board
tho Pacific Mall liner China and con
fiscated, It was concealed In the hold.
Governor Frenr received a cable
gram this morning in lefercnco to the
settling of tho silo for the San Fran
cisco fair. It was from C. C, Mooie,
piesMcnt of the exposition mid sim
ply htnted that tho fair site had been
Accidental death was the verdict'
brought lu by tho coroner's Jury last
night In tho case of Antono Jose, who
fell off f i om a locomotive yestorday
'.m HBIWI I
r v:;.vc i
mmilllllW . 1
w aivei i
fereonal attention to all order.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jet. H. Love)
LURE OF THE SEDUCTIVE
PEAR PROVOKES SADNESS
CHASE AFTER THE FRUIT FLY IS KEEN. LURLINE MUCH
RESEMBLED ARMY TROOPSHIP. SUGAR ACCUMU
LATES ON KAUAI. CLAUDINE UNABLE TO LAND THE
MAILS AT LAUPAH0EH0E
ItniiKlng' from needle's 'to baled liny,
tho cargo In the Matson Navigation
stenmer Lurllne, now laying at Hack
fold Wharf Is certainly a varied one.
Tho Lurllne, prior to her departure
from San Francisco on" Inst Wednes
day morning piesenled nn appearance
likened to u United States army
transport, off for the front. The Mat
son dock was n busy place with sol
diers busily engaged In the embark
ing of 18(1 head horses, 8 mounted
guns and 21 wagons comprising Hat
terles U nnd D, First Meld Artillery.
The passage of tho detachment
through the streets of San Francises
with the guns and equipment attract
ed considerable attention.
The remainder of tho horses be
longing to the Dattrles will como
down on the Honoiiilnn,
The care of the nnlmnls dining tho
voyage dowu was In the hands of
Vein. L. E. Wlllyoung assisted by
Sergt. Uurrnckcr and 10 men.
The Lurllne enrrivd considerable
other stores amounting In nil to ap
proximately 800 tons. (Depot quarter
j'urscr warren reports n flue
smooth passage nil the way down from
the coast. This was considered 'or
dinate In that tho vessel carried a
large number of horses. Light winds
und fnvorable seas were the rule.
The forty-four passengers enjoyed
the trip and several delightful social
functions were given lu which Skip
per Henry F. Weedon and Purser
Warren wero moving spirits. Dull
Carolina no place In the steamer Lui-
llne, nnd the little blue dovlls bne
long since- censed to attempt to smug'
gle themselves away within the ves
Tho Honolulu cargo nmoijnls to
37C0 tuns while an uddltonal 8C0 tons
Is for dlschargo nt Knhulul. It Is
exiected that, tho vessel will bo dls
patched for trio Maul iort on Tliurs
day evening. In addition to 62 sacks
mall thero also arrived 144 packages
Wells Fargo Express matter. Purser
Warren reports liavlng passed en
route steamers Manchuria, Chl)o
Muru and Hltonlan. The Inspection
of all shipments or fruit from the Ha
waiian Islands Is being carried out
with great care. Tboso from Hawaii
now spending their vacations on the
const sadly miss tho shipments of
Sparks from the Wlreleu,
O. H. S. Slelia, 8 p. ni July 25.
1217 miles from lightship, f
a t r t .,
Mall Ha Reached the' Coast.
Mull from the Hawaiian islands din
patched to the const in ihe Cnnudiiin
Austrnllnn liner Zciilnudla leavln;.
Honolulu on July '18 unjviM t Van
couver on last Tuesday.
Wallele Being Cleaned.
The Inter-Island steamer Wnllele
was hauled, on the murine railway
yesterday morning fort ho regulation
cleaning and repainting before re
suming her regular run to Hawaii
ports of call.
Sugar Accumulates on Kauai.
Purser Logan of tho steamer Hall
reports tho following sugur as on
hand and awaiting shipment on Kauai:'
M. A. K. 118,802, McB. 42,021, K. K, U.
3C0O, K. S. M. 3300, K. P. 13.330, M.
S. Co. 2500, K. S. Co. 1500, P. U 111,
200, O. F. 11,434.
Wallele for Honokaa Tomorrow Morn,
Tho Inlcr-Islaudj sic I nor Wallele
will be dispatched for Honokaa will
Kukulhaelo at ten o'clock tomorrow
moiiilng taking caigo Including lum
ber and feitlllr.er. A Rniull shipment
ot coal will also be forwarded In the
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors ' Tel. 1704
Family trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumrn's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
I V. ,
Per stmr. W. (I, Hall, fiom Knunl
ports Ernest Ross, S T. Carr, .1. K.
Cockctt, Mrs. M. Silva. S. Sheba. II.
Rusher, Mrs. Kobbe, Miss I.. Joninn,
D. O. May,-George Fuller, Father
A Slow Trip for the Ethel Zane.
The little lumber schooner Ethel
Zano Is reported to have made a slow
trip to tho coai.t, tho windjammer ar
riving nt JOrnys Harbor on last Mon
day. Tho vessel sailed from Hawaii
nn lslnnds ou Juno 21th.
Wllhelmlna at the Coast. '
With one hundred ami thirty-five
cabin passengers ami n cargo of Hn
wnllan products amounting to nearly
four thousand tons, the Matson Nnvl
gutlon steamer Wllhelmlna Is report
ed to havo arrived at San Francisco
early yesterday morning. Tho steam
er sailed from Honolulu on July 19lh.
Intermediate Liner Changes Hand.
The Intermediate steamship Moil
tcnglc, which for somo jears has been
ope'ruted by tho Canadian-Pacific
Steamship Company, and had become
quite popular with n certain class'ut
trnvel between Puget Sound iiorts and
Japan und China will, so it is said,
be taken over by the Frank Water
house Company within a few weeks.
Mlssourlan Enroute to the leland.
KA riiblo to the local brunch of the
Merchants' exchange announces the
dcpurtiiiu of tho Amorlcnn-Hawallnn
freighter, rMUsourlaii front Sulliuv
Cruz oiflnsl Ftldny, with destination
as Sail iJlego, San Francisco, Seattle,
Tacotmi und Honolulu. Tho vessel
should arrive hero on or nbout Aug
Hal Leaving Tomorrow Night.
Taking shlpmonts ot lumber, fertl
llzur and various Hues of nluntatlon
supplies, thu?Rteamer W. G. Hall will
bo dlipatchcdfor Kauul jKirts at llvo
o'clock tomorrow night. Tho Hull
was an vinly arrival at the port this
morning hilnglng 4950 sacks sugar,
00 bales hides, 20 Blicks taro, 20 crates
cocouiiuts, and, 53 packages sundries,
Purser Logan reKrts a flue trip
lioinuvviiiil, Tim schooner Konn w.is
ulghted whllo passing Ahukni.
Healanl's Receive Racing Barge.
Theio Is a flno new racing hargo
Included lij hio freight 'brought to
tho pint this morning In the''Mnlson
Navigation j'j Uramcr' Cm Hue.' Tho
barge wiisl ordered' by the Hoalant
Hoat Club Iiiul much money and care
has been eipcndeirln Its construction,
Tho nrrlvar'r, llio" new ' bnrgo will
doubtless ilu niu'ch to rovlvo tho In
tel est in ' racing In tho harbor.
ThiiitiKhnul thoduy, Healanl's gath
ered at the boat house to view tho
now craft. Its lines and general np
polnlmenls wero much utltnlred.'
The Belle of Ireland la Coming.
The Hello f Ireland Is coming to
Honolulu. This particular bollo whllo
not fair tci look uiion Is built for util
ity and In this particular Instance Is
Just a common placo British freighter,
and a tramp at that. Tho Hello of
Ireland has Jjoen, chartered by the
Iiiter-lBlaiid Steam Navigation Com
pany to Mug between llvo and six
thousand Ions Australian coal to Ho
nolulu. The vessel la understood as
shout icudy to sail from Newcastle,
N; S. W. Tho vessel Is considerable
linger than tho British "fielghter Wad
dou whlc'i arrived at the jsirt on
u similar charter. Tho Inter-Island
expect nuothor'ahlpment of Australian
coal'' tn leave Newcastle tho latter
part or August.
Claudlne's Freight List.
4 With tha arrival of tho Inter-lBland
steamer Clnitdlne from Hawaii and
Mnnl ports this morning enme 3n99
feet of ohla lumber, in pnrda -,.n,l
9 crates chickens, 37 ducks corn, 20
cows, 40 hogs, 34 bales hides and 173
packages Biuiclrlcs. Purser Klhllng ie
ports rtmgh weuthcr on the outward
ti 111 and owing to heavy seas prevail
ing II wns found impossible to land
mull at Luitpuhoelioc. All mail mat
ter was therefoio carried on to Illlo
In returning, the Ctnitdlne met with,
somo flntj' -weather. Tho schooner
Gamble nnd steamer Arlzumin were nl
Illlo nt the time of departure of tho
Why the Steamer Tampleo Vent
An Investigation nindo by u corps
of Seattle ninrlr.u lnsieelors has do
lornilned the cause of tho sinking of
tho freight steamer Tainplco tit her
wharf on tho morning r)f May 19th.
It has been learned Hint tho salt wa
ter dfschargo valve was not scaled.
The vessel had been left ntonn wlih n
crow of longshoremen nnd tho 8JI0 tons
or com sue had taken proved enough
to sink her. Tho Inspectors describe
tho circumstance as "worse than gross
carelessness." A fornfal decision In
the case wilt probably bo announced
within n week.
IN BAD STATE
Regained Consciousness For
Very Short Space of Time
and Then Relapsed.
Harry Nlcoll, who sustained 'a frac
tured skull nnd concussion of till- brain
ns n result of tho motor accident Inst
Sunday, Is still nt the l-'nrt Shutter hos
pital, his condition unchanged.
He bus never regained consciousness
since tho unfortunate accident, except
for n moment or two, then relapsing
iikiiIii into bis unconscious state.
IllOlfc Is hnnglng on the thinnest
thread, but the physicians believe there
It u possibility of his liupi living, al
though It hardly looks that uny at
Two or three times during the night
nnd curly morning Nleoll opened Ills
eyen and secyied In a vague way to peo
mid reioguize people, but these In
stances did not last long, as bo soon
dropped back tutu uncutiMclntmicss.
After one of these relapses u report
was sent out to the effect that there
wiui no hope fur recovery. This state
ment wus afterwards denied.
A wireless mesKige was sent to .the
Sierra as soon as she got within
bearing dlstunee,- notifying 'the Injured
iimn'H mother. Mrs. W. J. Conn; bis
brother ami brother's wife of the ac
cident. The entire party suited from
.Sun Francisco to visit Nleoll before,
the nffalr occurred.
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Cisco and J1.K0 from San Francisco to
New York, or 12.30, whereas now one
"BTiiduiito" of II 7S will bo charged.
"Kxcluslvo" business mians business to
points where thero Is not more than
one express company. As there are
hundreds, of towns in the United Htntes
III nun-competitive territory, tills class:
alone Is given n big reduction.
Big Cut Already Made.
The schedule 111 force now Is a heavy
decrenso from the old one. Tho sched
ule that went out on July 1 had been
In force since January IS, 190U, and the
reductions already innda may be ap
preciated from the following;
lletween Honolulu and San Fran
elseo One pound, old rate G0c, now rate
2Se; two pounds, old rate Sfic, new rate
35c; three pounds, old rate COc, new
rato 50c, -
Another Impoitniit i-hnngo being con
sidered Is that of murine Insurance,
Marine Insurance 1ms always been an
added charge up to the present, but It
Isjiiuru than possible that free marine
Insurance will bo Inaugurated by the
Wells, Fur go Express Company, . This
Item alouu Is of first Importance to Ho
All Packages for One Rate.
Still another hlj- saving will be ef
fected by a new outer which allows
packages of any size to be sent at one
kraduutu, or for one tiirough rato. Up
till now, only packages ut seven pounds
and under could bo sent for this cheap
er rate.- ,
The movement for lower express
rates was Inaugurated, among the
companies, by the Wells, Fargo jieople,
according to Information on good ail
thorlty, As early -as January 31 last
the Well. Fargo company had decided
nn the reductions, and an nrd.cr yun
then promulgated to this effect: ';lt has
bein decided tu charge one. graduate.
tliiougli ou exclusive otllco business
curried by two companies." to become
effeetlvii August 1. The Wells, Furgo
company took the leadership In tbu
loufci-enfeH ou reductions that were
held by the trattlu inuiiagers of the express-
Merchants Win Fight.
Agitation for it reduction In rates
has been vigorous from time to time
111 Honolulu. M. nrnscli of Whitney ti
Marsh, and now secretary of the Mci1
"MMf'ji'i-1 -Jt ! Tr- - ' -.1-
Cupid mixed Into the wireless op
erations of the steamship Slurni
during the last trip, uccotdlng to
iicwii thafarrhed on the Lurllne this
morning, und as it lesult Theodore E.
N'IvIboii, (he Sierra's "Sparks," has
married, quit his Job, Hindu u step
brother nugiy nnd left all the people
who know him "wondering whether or
not his bride Is really an heiress.
A Coast paper says of the io
niunce: The present Mrs. Nlvlson took pass
age on tbu Slerrn as Miss Josephine
Smith. She was accompanied by John
Unite, her stephi other. A fuw days
out, Wireless Operator Nlvlson met
Miss Smith ut one of the social af
fairs on board ship. Miss Smith evinc
ed n keen dcslro to know nil about
wireless telegraphy, Nlvlson was u
good teacher. The spatks of the wire
less machine bad rivals, during (he
Ijrst few days toii board ship with
Cupid us u passenger.
The coin tshlp was rapid, nnd nt
Honolulu the marriage ceremony wns
performed. Miss Smith, or, nn she hud
become very quietly, Mrs. Nlvlson, re
turned to Sun Francisco o ntho Sl
errn with her husband, arriving hero
at $ o'clock yesterday morning.
Tito marriage was one of those
open shipboard secrets. Everybody
was talking nbout It except those most
concerned. John llruce, tho step
brother, la peeved. Ho is very ungry,
und declaies that lie knows nothing
ut nil about the affair except that his
.sister did not meet young Nlvlson fur
the first time oif tho Slorru.i .
"Idon't think It will turn out well,"
he remarked yesterday. Then he re
fused to say anything else. The
young couple have barred all seekers
. HAS QUIT FLYING
(Continued from Pag 1)
Others eif the party are lu Honolulu,
but wll probably abandon the propeiscd
trip. The llli-riol monoplane which was
used by Massou, tho other aviator, wus
smashed lu huh of the Honolulu im-ets.
''The trip was u splendid one," suld
Walker, "and we enjoyed every lojnute
of It. I had ilitermlned that lifter es
caping doatli tn my fall ut Illlo that
I would never lly iigalu, but I was In
dueed to till my contract for a IlighJ at
tliH.rlelrollvlil Uui racks,-" xnilclfvvrislinsV
Itlvily the last tbuu I will operate an
IN HIS POCKET
Frederick C. Stevens, tho prominent
New Yorker who lcR eiu tho last Si
erra for (lie cuast after spending
somo time In Honolulu, walked ashore
at Sun Francisco with nn emerald
worth about $3,000 in his pocket, fur
getting to dccluic It tr tho customs.
Inspectois. When lie leniembuied, he
hurried to tho otllco of tho collector
of tho port, Stiatlon, and apologized
Tor his forgoffuluess.
Stevens did not lonlly smuggle, li
lt was only n brief lapse ot memory
Ho carried the gem In a clianinM
cuso in his trouseis pocket und for
got all about It when making the
usual passenger declaration of aitl-
cles put chased by him nbioud.
After consulting tho law ou tho
subject tho Collector saw a legal way
out of the dcllmmn. It was decided
to accopt a bond fiom Mr. Slovens for
ihe gem In transit to Tlffnny's In
Now Yoik city, whoio It. will be np
praised In order to satisfy Its owner
as to Its value. Tho bonded gem will
then bo placed In tho New York Cus
tom lioiiso nnd appraised by tho offi
cial appraiser, after which Supcrln
tolident Stevens will pay tho duty of
CO per e-ent, or $1800 on tho $3000
valuation, should Hint ho decided tn
bo tho real valuo of tho stone.
Stevens Is one of the best known
public men In Now YorTTstnto. Ho Is
tho son of thu bio Congressmen Hob-
ert S, Stevens and grandson of Judge
Alvln S. StevenK. lie Is now Supor-
liitemlo'ut of Public Works for. that
stato. Ills father was u pioneer in
railway building and constructed
some luipoi tnnt lines lu tho Middle
West. For many years Superinten
dent Stevens was in business with
his father. Outsldo of Ills railway In-
teieuts. he has had oxtenslvo hanking
and other business Interests In Wash
Ingtun, D. C und ut Ullca, N. Y., hn
has ono of the most extensive farm I
lu the Slate, run im scientific princi
ples. cliauls' Association, led ji movement
here among tho merchants for :i reduc
tion, and a cninniltlito took the mutter
up. Assurances were given ut that
time by n Wells, 'Feirgu representative
that the company was ulready plan
ning such a move and thu led net Ions
ari now operative.
The Hiii-lul reductions that affect Ho.
liolulu and who operative July 1 count
a month lu advaiiLu of tbu general re
duction ou thu mainland.
Mr. JVll,al"H estimated this morning
that theio will be u I eduction of 30 pi r
cent, ut least on all clastes of busi
ness, while In many classes the reduc
tion will be ns high as 50 per cunt.
f It it' M '
Tuesday, July 25.
Nowcastlo,' N. ,S. W Waddon, llr.
stmr,, p, in.
Peail Harbor Navajo, VS. S. stmr.,
Wednesday, July 26.
Hawaii via .Maul poits Claudlnc,
i.tiur., a. in.
Knttiit pOilE W. (J. Hall, hlnir., a.
San Francisco Lurllne, M. N. S. S ,
7 u. in.
Tuetday. Julv 25.
Knml isirls Kliinii, Btmr., 5 p. in.
Maul, Moloknf nml I.anai ports
Mlknlinla, stmr., 5 p. in. -
Hawaii isnts l.lkellkc, Btmr., notiii.
I PA8SENQERS ARRIVED ?
Per M. N. S, S. (I.nrllnn from R.,,.
Francisco MIsb Eva Hhartor, II. F,
Specr, G. II. Schliellkopf. Miss Vollrlo"
Schoellkopr, Dr. H. II. Mitchell, W. A.
Wood, E. McDowell, .Mr. nml Mrs. T.
W. Newman. Mr. nml Mrs. C. F. Scntt
und child, Mrs, Thus. Dixon, Mr. und
Mrs. Roy Malthows, .Mrs. E. Hoflnger,
M. T. Miller, Dr. L. V. Wllljoung, Ci
'D. Hen, I). 'Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. ()4
II. Reno und child, Miss L. McStock
er, Miss Mnry Walker, Miss Ynoz
Reynolds, Miss F, C. Rogers, .Miss
Allele Sallng, Mrs, E. L. Johnson,
Mis. .May Lewis.
Per stmr. (jlrtudlno from Illlo and
Maul ports Geo. M. Curtis, E. It,
Hendry, .1. Alona, Helen Alnnn, Win.
McCluskey, K. Todd', Mrs. W. Ed
munds, D. K. KuIIh, J. H. Wilson, Mrs.
Metlclros, Father Funnels, Ah' Ping,
Hiss P. Voellcr. Mrs. E. E. Hatelle,
Miss W. D. Mendell, Miss C. Church,
G. W. Weight, A. M. Hrown. Geo. W.
Easter, MIsh 'H. Easter, !?. Easier,
Jnoj Miguel, Mrs. A. G. Dlcklns, Paul
Iscnberg, Weliizhelmar, J. A. Mc
delios, Y. Sulo, W. Tanukn nnd f'.fi
TRAN8PORT SERVICE. I
Dlx nt Seattle, out of commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for San.
Francisco, nnlved July 14.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
Manila, July 14.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
Diiford. sailed from Manila July 14,
Wurien Stationed nt tlivj Philippine").
Thomas at San Fianclsco under To-
- pairs '
MEETS THIS AFTERNOON
The arbitration committee which Is
to settle the protest llli;l.by the Kelo
University baseball team against thu
All-l'hlli(7tj:nni(.-;llll!ieet,. till, aft
ernoon ht 3 o'clock at tho otllco ot
rustle & Wlthlngtoir
Thu arbitration committee consists or
P. 12. Kteere, for tho Chinese; Interpre
ter Townsend, 'fur the) Japanese, and
Al Custle, uho'uas sol cc to,! 'by the Chi
nese and Japanese ceiri!sentatlvc.s.
BACK HIS MEN
Marshal Hendry ictmned this morn
ing fiom Hawaii and Maul and
brought with him Quartermaster
George M. Cuitlft nnd Charles B,
Curtis Is oih of tho men An tho
Meamer jAilzonan who are sipposi'd
to bo connected wti tho opium ileal.
Ho was allowed to'-gn and then .later
:i wlieless wiia sent to Illlo to havo
him arrested and held thero. ,Thu
inurshal wont over In person to'bilng
him back. ''
Weight of Knhulul, Maul, has.bcen
called as u witness In coiinecllon'wllh
tho present grand Jury sittings. '
Cm lis wns lu with Unlled Spates
Attornoy Robert W. Hreckotis during
the morning und was nsked A ex
plain many malte h lu connection
with his lust visit hcio. Hu will pro
bably ho brought before Acting Com
missioner, Davis somo time dm lug thu
day nnd will then be committed to
tho grand Jury.
David A-l, father cf I ho lato David
A-l, editor of the Kuokoa, died last
night as insult of a fall from tho
vei-anda or his homo lu Palulo. Ai,
Sr.. was about $7 years old
Agues Keuutil, well known In Kn
kaako, was fined by Judge Monsarrnt
for assaulting u jmmg ludy, who wns
busy talking with her friend In a
An aged Hawaiian was found lying
In tho shallow water on the bench at
Kiilla about one o'clock today fn an
unconscious condition. 'Ho wns re
moved to the Queen's Hospital for
treatment, but elled shortly after
wards. Ills name was Sam Woods.
Temperatures. c a. in., 7G;8 n. in.,
79; in a. m., 70 j noon, 81; morning
Haromcter, S n. in. 20.92; nbsolulo
humidity. 8 a. m.. 7.'2u'l iirnlnu ,ur
e-ubli! foot: lulutlvu hunildltv. 8 n. in..
CK per ceiil j dnw point, 8 a, ii., 07,
wind. o a. in., velocity 1, direction
E; 8 a. in., velocity 1, direction N;
10 n. m .velocity 0, direction SW;
noon, velocity 5., ilrectIon NE.