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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, AUO. 2, 1911.
, Oninliv Sliilcd
AM Tlcltlnj? inembam of tko
Order are cordially luvlted to
ittend meetings of local lodgM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
jioiiic riiriiiLCBC aieumeri ui
-"riV:""1"""?... othei Alio-
KtriUIALAV";iAllUK. ciationt cor-
SAWAI3AN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M
Meets erery first and third Thurs-
y nf cb mouth at Knights of
Pjtblaa Hall. V.sltlns brothers cor
Ully Invited to attend.
W J llnMXSON. Sachem.
i: . TODD, l. of It.
S0N0LULU lOBGE, 610. B, P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616. II. V. O.
Cits, meets In tlialr hall, on Klug
airt, near Fort, every Friday re
nin;. VibltliiK llrotberv are cordially
nvued to attoni.
i) r it isu:niii:uo, ii it.
ui:o t klubhi'l,, sec.
VM. McKINLEY I0DOE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meoia every 2nd and 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock in K,,ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilerctunla. 'Tltdt-'
Ing brothari cordially Invited to at
P. F. KIl.nUY, C. O.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. It. 8.
OAHU l.ODCE NO. 1, K. of P.
'''Mo.ifrf .).!' flMa, .....I tst.l 1.VI.1.... ..I
....... . rf - -. Mini .1111 11 1 1 lltll 11.
"SO n'rloclc Pjtlilaii Hull, corner (cre
tarda and Kort streets. Visiting lirtli
irs cordially lnvlt"il to ntlcnd.
S !i!7'Ki:it. (. I
O IIIIINi:, If nf It & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 1-10, F. O E.
Meets on Kuriiii! .ui.l fourth Widnes
day iv.iiini; or urli month at 7 30
o'clocl;. In S.in Aiitmiio II ill. Vlin vard
tied m nr l.'nnii" VMImg hrollurH
arc nv iti d lo ntt nil
r.V.O A DAVIS AV !
UI C M'COY Sccv
Fort Slrcol Near Beretanial
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
have received ex Lurlino STREET
and DRESS HATS) also the latest In
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING.
Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3088
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open 'again in Seplomber.
CS Young Building
MISO POWER'S PARLORS
fJi'JJ .'-jjjauj'- js
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
All PARTY HAS
Miracle Saves Matii Women
From Headlong Dash
Over High Cliff.
(tJpftl.ll till lie tin ('nrrcrpntid' lire 1
W'AII.UKIT, AiiR 1 A i-seatcd
Hoick auto driven li jiiiiiir Cockelt
or Lah.iltm with Mid .lolin Richard
ton iiinl daughter. Miss (ladle Richard
sou ami two others as passengers, on
llii'lr lnj lo Lahalna, Ii.it) a verj uar
low escape fioni coing over tlio l'.ili
roml bound Mtllicpir IiinllliK n
II 1 1 lo licfoic " o'clock last oM-nlnp.
In limiting l lie ininiprotm (iinia I ho
stcoi Iiir gear of the inaclilno Rot out
of order ninl I ho Itto fiont tthocls of
Hip car chnilicd oor tho Ihrco-foot
i-lono vail and Iho only IhiiiR that irc
M'litiM Iho car from RidiiR clear our
Hio wall and Into Iho sea, some tdxly
feet holim was that the Blcpiilng
I'l'.inl of Iho car ran Into ono of Iho
Imij locka of Iho mono wall and check
ed I'm forward motion.
Tho jiassongcrB and drlxor Rot ou
or the cur thankliiR lliolr slara that
iho cur Jimt Hloppoil ax It did, for
two or Ibice Inches more would huo
thrown Iho weight In front ami nntli
uir imhiIiI have Hl(iiii'il the big rar,
ihaurrciir ami all. fiom rollliiR head
long mrr tho tocky iiicclplcc Into Iho
Sheriff Clcnionl Ciowell and Dcp
ttly County Attorney i:noa Vincent
who had Just ret in noil from Moloknl
In a fall boat that afternoon p,irkcI
tin car nml lla passengers nl lihont
niton n'clucle last oenliig, ami Iho
sherllT and his men helped ti pull
Hie wierked car off Its perilous pew
i-IIIoii and left It KtandliiR all night
with two llghtH liuriiliiR to warn oth
ers of the danger.
Another car was obtained for Mis,
ItlchnidMUi ami party and they pro
ceeded on lliolr way lo their homo al
l.ah.'iina laM night.
Sheriff Crowcll left again at
i clock this mornliiR for Klpahulti ia
t'lupataku.i lo lneKtlBato Into Iho
robbery nl Iho Klpahulti I'laulalion
olllco last etenliig.ln which J-laTi was
liikcn out of an old-sUlo safe by tlio
use of a duillcale key. IVpuly fihqr
in Win i oil; or Hiimisiml his men, are
alcn on lhoHlil. innkliig Inquiries,
tlliOlttil-; Oj. COOi'KIt, pollllcally
known us "f!oernor of liana,'' arrheil
this morning from Maul, in tho
(Jlaiulliio Ho will remain In lown a
LAM) COMMISSIONER .1111)1) was
nt.hlB olllco for a short time jeslcr
daj. Since Mr .ludd anheil he has
not been feeling exactly well, prob
ably on account of change of climate.
MISS DOIICAS MATIli:VS suffered
a slight reliipjo joslcrday from tho
effeclB or an ojierallon for nppondlcl
IIh at tho Queen's Hospital. It cans,
ed no alarm as this frequently hap'
pens to pallenls during warm wea
ther. WILLIAM ,1. WUINHICII. managcr
r tho Hawaiian l'lliro Company, l.til.l
and llyron Clark, Iho pineapple man.
have boon named by Dr. K. V. Wil
cox to net wllh him on tho suh-coui-mlllce
on agriculture or thu cxposl
t ion commission.
Manchurla Also Sails from Fricco,
DepartliiR but ono hour later than
Iho Mat hop steamer Wllliclnilnn, Iho
I'arllle Mall steauiHhli Manchuria, Is
announced l bate sailed from San
l''ianclsoo at ono o'clock this aflor
iiooii. The Manchuria should he an
nulval at this port on next Tuesday.
Wlllichnlna Away for Honolulu.
AeeoldliiR to mhlroa leccUed hero
tho Alalsun Navigation ste.iim,lilp
Wllheluiiua sailed at noon today from
Ran Francisco wllh declination as
Honolulu Tho Wllholiulun Is dim (o
an hi lieiu on Aug, Sth.
America Maru Here Next Friday.
(' ii.Ho nml Cooko, ngenls for tho T.
K K. liner America Maru, havo been
nutbi'il that Iho vessel with Oriental
cargo, Balled fioni okiihniiin jiB(pr
ilaj. The America Maru Is duo to
arrho heio on noxt Friday.
Schooner Patterson Has Sailed.
With lumber (leallne.l for Honolulu,
Iho American sohoonor W. .1, I'.itlcr
son, sailed ficiiii fliays Huilior yes
tenia) according lo advices received
at 1110 local branch of tho Merchants'
Wednesday, Aun. 2.
filtAVK IIAHHOIt-Sailed, Aug. 1:
Hclir. v, J l'allorson, for Honolulu,
SAN FltANCISCO-Salled, 12 in. Aug
H. S. Wllhelniliia, Tor Iliiiui ulu
SAN I'ltANCISCO- Sailed, Aug. 3. I
o m.. S s. Muiichuila, for Hono
lulu IIII.O Aiilvcd, July 30: Ilkt. M. Win
kleiunu fioni Kuieliii.
HK'DONDO- Anived. July 31: Hchr,
Dl Din. ulu, n rmi llllii, .Inno '.'!
AihirPH, leceived liy Seattle liankn
fioni their correapondenlH nt Fair
banks, Alaska, xay that tho season's
gold output of (he Tanatia dlsttlet will
he at least fli.tioo.oon nnil may leach
Personal attention to all orders.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
TO REPLACE ASIA
RESULT OF INVESTIGATION MADE IN THE ORIENT FOR
WARDED TO SAN FRANCISCO.1 SIERRA LEFT WITH
LARGE NUMBER OF PASSENGERS. KAUAI AND HA
WAII STEAMERS ARRIVE WITH VARIED CARGO.
Tluco passenger and Height sleam-
ers of about tin: same lonnago as Hie
late lamented Asia, now engaged hi
trade which brings them to Far Hast
en ports or cull, uic said upon ev
ecllonl authority lo bo under consld'
cratlun as an addition to (he ovlstlng
Pacllle Mall Inlermcdl.ilc Heel
Hut one essel Is wauled to fill out
the Irans-l'aelllc scnlco which vuh
somewhat dlsarraiiRed b Iho lo-is ol
the Asia oft Finger Ilork, China, some
Two or the vessels which bae lieen
Inspected wen of Itrllbh regislij and
possess passenger necotiinioilnllons
bclloPil sulllclenl to care for Iho
trade. Another essel, a Norwegl.tu
built ctafl, also recehed faxorahl"
consideration in that the appliances
for handling of cargo left hill Utile to
he dcslicd in the way or liuprote
tnenl It was slated jcstpnlii) that a
competent steamship man went
through on tho last tilp or the China
find icmrtcd In 'lce-liesldenl and
(lonnral Manager Scbweiln or tho I'.i
cillc Mall tho result of his iuestlga
llon and lesearcli.
The otllrers In the Clilua piofess to
know nothing conrernliig any move
made towards the Immediate puichase
of a steamer lo replace the Asia al
though they iht not deny thai .moth
er cbiel may jet lie added to t lie
Seek Ghost As Well As Dope.
Its a ghost that Is sought by himiic
sixty energetic joiiiir men coiineele.l
with Iho it, iff at the local customs
house Veslenlay the Inspectors Torcc
paid a lsll to Iho I'acilio Mail steam
rr China. They sought opium hut Iho
thing uppermost at this period or the
month was Iho little nllpH or paper
ilium which your Uncle S.unuuPs icp
leseutalho hail signed his name
tlieiphy making it negotiable fnr a
number of good muml dollars of the
realm. The customs Torco has not
iocovoi1 lis pay. Thcic may hao
been some hil'li In the illsiialcli of
the Irennury wurtanls which must
come fiom WasliliiRlon. It may he
that the e.vcessho heat has caused
somo depailinenlnl clerk back theio
to rail behind In his work, but tho
fact stilt remains that a real obi
tashloned ghost walk would ptnve far
inoio acceptable and bring about
more hilarity than the snappiest cake
walk thai cer graced the boards at
a local mating picture show.
Crowds Speed Sierra Away.
A ciowd seldom equalled at Ocean
it; wharf was on hand lo bid aloha to
the one hundred and thirty cabin pas
sengers who sailed away fur. Sat)
Francisco In tho steamship Sierra.
The legulars weiu on hand heforo
Ilerr llergcr struck up Iho Ural melo
dious nolo In his pleasing Impromptu
piogiani. Tho jroplo thronged the
whair, climbed up and down tho gang
ways, j;iil in tho way or hustling
tiiickmcn who wero trying lo Ret Iho
Janl or Iho baggage nml freight aho.iid
and somo camo near bring run down
by tho fiiBt and Jul ions movement of
a heavily loaded mail wagon which
appealed on the scene a row minutes
beroio ten o'clock ami Iho hour of
Somo of Iho spectators weio so In
tent on teeing the popular liner away
thai they lugged along Iho small chll
ilicn Thu wnll of many a Hied and
Jostled luraiil lined up n volco or pro
test which mingled wllh tho an ay of
noise attendant it dcpaliio or a
Iriins-l'.icHIc liner. Tho Siena gut
away with nearly tluee thunsainl Ions
cargo. In tho shipment wero I5,immi
cases or preserved pineapples, uoiii
bunches banunns, HiOil tout! Biigar and
Iho usual lines of sundries.
The lst or passengers Included pen
do In all walks of II re, It is sa'c to
say Unit at least Ihreo-foiirlhs worn
women. Olio or Iho guy naillcs and
which allniclod much Interest rioui
'.,.:. i..1 ,..', .
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
the masculine lonllngent was the sor
in My Rills, who havo Iwth spending
some six weeks In the lslr.nds
Tho Slant cnirlcil it mall for the
mainland. Tho usual hunt was tnitilQ
for stowaways by Iluihor Olllccr We,
day hut none of Iho gentry nppsareil
when fenrch was carried roith
tbioughout the ship.
Japanese Baneballlsts Depart.
Taking passage In die I'acllle Mal
liner China, Hie Kelo baseball leant
which lirci eoniplcloil a series of
games wllh local organizations sailed
for Japan at the "'clock last evening.
Tho Channel wharf was the scene of
qullp a deinoustiatlon front a large
crowd of .liipanoso admiicrn of the
.Nipponese baseball plajers.
The China loll ono hundred Ions
geiieial cargo at this port Including
two tlioiisnml sacks flour. Her through
cargo amounted to less than six him
died Ions, there being smalt consign
incuts of flour and structural Iron In
tended for mills lu Korea. Wbllg
hero Iho Chlila tool; mi somo tour
bundled Ions coal.
Hyades Will Sail Friday,
Tlio lljadcs, a Malson fielgliler ar
living from Seal lie last night after an
uneventful passage down 'roni the
coast will bo dispatched for Kabiiliil,
Kaanapatl and l'orl Allen on Friday.
Tb" vessel will leave Ihe Kauai port
for San Francisco taking on it full
shipment or sugar, of which 2 100 tons
will he supplied al Honolulu, The,
llvnib-H .niiiveil .with it largo general
carRO inrliillnp fertilizer which comes
iiom AiasKa and is made from re
fuse of whhles. The steamer has a
largo dork '"nil of lumber ami shin
gled, n imrlloii or which will hu left
at island ports,
Two Windjammers at Hllo,
Twi wiitdjnmnicra now pracc the
harbor 'at ITIlo according to leporta
brought lo Honolulu by Purser Klb
Hu'r or Iho Steamer Clfiudlne, an ar
rival from Hawaii via Maul potts this
inoinlnp, Thu vebsol brought 10 cords
wood, 1877 feet ohla lumber. 12,70.)
olla blocks, 4t! sticks tlce, cr sackn
lorn, 3 aittoB 3 hoises, 2 mules, no
Tho schooner (inmhlo and tlio bark-
cnllne Mniy Wlnkleman were at Hllo
on Monday, tho dalo or depiiturc of
Waddon Returns to Australia.
The Ililtish frelgbler Waddon
which has, completed tho dlschargo of
about live' thousand lonn Austrvliali
coal wa.i disjmtclioil for Newcastle,
N. S. W. 'veslenlay iifternoon; Tbo
tcifel ai.d her eafgo came hero lo
Ihe oidcr or tlio lutcr-lsland Steam
Navigation Compauv. It Is iiuilor
ptiiml Hint tho Waddon has been fix
ed lo teliirn hcr within a few months
bringing anollier'shlpmeiit of fuel for
Iho steamship company.
Schooner Kona Soon to Sail.
Purser liKiui tr tho steamer W. 0.
Hall in living from Kauai ports this
morning reports that the schooner
Kona with Australian coal will soon
sail fKitit Ahuklnl with destination us,
l'ugol Sound. The Kona Is expected
lo depart for tho roast on August lib.
Tho Hall mot with Hue weather on
Iho Dip ami returned lo port with
WOO sacks sugar, 12 sacks coffee, 20
crali'B roooanulH, 20 sacks taro, an
auto, three horeca anil t3 packages
Bark Allen Is Fumigated.
'fbe bail; S. C. Allen was hauled
alongside Ihe iiuuraiillno wharf this
morning for fumigation prior to tho
departure or that vessel ror 1'upo
Sound pons. Tlipc Allen wllj lotinn.
lor iinnlhi-r slilpin'ent of lliinber.
Melody Sped the Lurllpe.
Mlir.le rioiu Iho Hawaiian baud vvna
a fealuii in tho dcpartiuo of Iho
Malum Navigation steamer Lurlino
dm . i i
for San Francl:co lasj oeiR. The
vessel sailed vvth over thlity caliln
passengers and a eatgo mado up for
Ilia most part of st'igac and shlimeul.i
o'r preserved I Inonpples. Tho Lur
lino sailed from llaekfehl wharf. Thu
mall lulcndcd for tho mainland 'was
dispatched this morning by tlio HI
Honolulan to Come Hero First.
Tho Mntson Navigation stoanier
Honolulan will call at Honolulu to
land paEseiiRers nml then proceed to
Hllo to dlschargo caigo Tho vessel
Is taking )Uo place of tho Enterprise
for n trip or two while the latter
.cssol undergoes n general repall
ami alteration, ' .
Tlio Honolulan should arrive hero
on Saturday morning necordliiR to
the ralculatlons of her agents, Cas.
tic and Cooke.
Kauai Unable to Dock.
The Intel -Island steamer Knnal
which has been stationed on the
coast or Hawaii fnr tho past six
months was unable to go on Iho local
marine railway upon nrrlval hero jes
lerday. The Kauai was dispatched
this morning for Hllo nrter having
neeii discharged or n larpo shipment
Vlrglnlnn Away at Noon.
The dlspalcb or the American-Hawaiian
rrclRhter was hastened In that
the IiIr steamer was able to ro! away
for Kabiiliil, Kaanapatl mid Hllo
shortly nflor noon Indnv. Tho Vlrnl
nlnn will tnko on n large Fhlpment of
sugar nt Island ports for trnushlp-
lucni at Tciiuantopcc.
America Maru Coming This Way,
A cable has been received at the
ngency or Casllo ami Coolto to tho
effect Hint tlio T. K. K, steamer Ame
rlea Mum, cnrnulo ti! San Friuiclsio
by tlio way of Honolulu sailed fiom
I'cr slmr. Claudinc, from Hawaii
via Maui ports, Aug. 2. II. F. Spccr,
0. II. Schoclkopr. F. W. Darling. Mrs.
Datllng. Dr. Howe, Mrs. Howe, Miss
I;. Howe, Miss H. Howe, Miss fl.
Cumnilngs, A. Howo J, B. Rotha. F.
A. Clones, fieo. Willis, (1. W. Carr,
N. Omstcd, Mrs. dusted, (leo. Ch
per, Dr. K. Watcrliouse, F. Mowrman,
A. M, Naauao, Mrs. von Teuipsky,
Miss von Tempsky, Hold, von Temp
sky, Mib. F. M. Chinch. Miss Law
rence, Miss Perclval. Mrs. O. B. Wes
ton, Miss A. Harper, Mrs. S. Itodlek,
D. Aruas, Miss S. Dlas, Miss II. Sn
ares, Miss It. So.tres, Mrs1. Ci C.
Campbell. Mrs. A. F. Cooke, Win.
Illckcy, II. Ciortnaii, Miss Cooke, Ilov
Tsuda, Mrs. Chns. Copp, Ceo. Hardy,
0. J. Ilolsse, Mrs. Rolssc, Miss Kings
bury and 78 deck.
Per stnir. W. t). Hull, rrom Kauai
ports, Aug. 2. A. Robinson, M. Rob
inson, Itcv. 11. Iscnlierg, Miss Iscn
lerg, Philip yood, II. von Holt, Miss
von Dolt, Yasuda, Mrs. S. (1 recti, It.
Ilagcnian, Miss J. F Mclnlyro and S
Per O. S. S. Sierra for San Fran
cisco, Aug. 2. Mr, and Mrs. Itoths
ehlld, Miss Crcighton, ..MIss M. Ross,
Miss Knlhcrliio Russell Smith, Win.
hughes, John Hughes, Miss A.' Hart,
Dr. Hitchcock ami wlfo, Mrs. Hall,
Miss I). (1. Hall, iho Misses Corn and
F. Ileiidrlckson, Mrs: C C. Wales,
Mrs. M. H. Jinnes, Dr. Stocking and
wife, Mr. Ohlandt. I. Murphy, Miss
(1. Wlilemanit, Mis. C. Nelson, Mrs
M. S. Mack, Mrs. Mnloncy, II. F
Speor, (J. H. Schoclkopr. Miss V
Selioelkopr, Mr. and Mrs. W, 1) Wish
ard. Dr and Mrs. l'lstnn, B. W. Hedo
maun, Miss Hobron, Mlts Raymond,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hendricks. '. K.
Tackaburfi and wire, Air. and Mrs
tl, Srhiimaii, J. S. Morrow, Miss Sebii
man, M. I). Smith, Jas. Noll, Jr., Mrs,
B. L. IlelllnRer, Mrs. B. Riley, Mr.
Dora Von Tempsky, Jjiss A. Von
Teiupsky, N. B. Wilcox, F. C. Martin,
Miss Van Decker, Mrs. M. F. Ilitrlls,
.1. T. Scully, Captain Parker, O. H.
Smith. T. Nolan, It. (!. Von Tempsky,
Miss F. Dllilcb, Miss S. C. filorrlll.
Mis. U. C. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. I).
W. fillmoro and child, Mrs. t). Porter,
MIsb M. Klulioin. Mrs N B O'tkinuell,
Miss M. Ashrord. Miss Rtyati, Miss
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. V. 8. Post, II.
Hook, B. M. Kill horn, J. Roy DoiiRlas,
Huron Ashrord, Mrs. Alden, Miss
Priiyn, Mrs. W. J. flnlhiRher, T. II,
fllhson and wire ami two daughters,
Airs, .1. 11, Cook and daughter, Mrs. B!
Carpenter, Mrs. 11 Maclean, "Mib. M.
A, Caslerlln, Miss C. Cntt, Miss B.
Hurl, Jits, It, L. Hoardinan, Mr. and
Mrs. J, II. McLafforty. 8. T. Slatrett.
W. N. Kriiscman, MIsb II. IJarwood,
Mr. ami M. Wlsch. N, K. Selioen
berper. Miss A. llranaRiitt, Miss K.
Ilranagan, ,IaB. heckle, C. Ilrntuigan,
Dr. K. K. Ilnrry ami wife, Chas. Dar
ling, Allen II. Wheeler, Chun Hoy,
Miss O. Olfford, Miss C. Jaenscli, Miss
Annlo Kong, and the rollowliiR Knnpa
Knppa (lamma Rills: MIbb M. Oanilii
or.'MIss Aliltn Cicllln, Mrs. K. C. Wit
ter, Masler C. Wltlpr, mhb Mnrgaiot
Wilier, Miss ICWIItor, Miss .. Snl
slg, Miss Helen Ilatiint, Miss M.
Mitchell, MIsb M, jlasoltlnp, Miss n.
Harmon. Miss Anita Blmer, Miss M.
A. Ooodlng, Miss L. McKllibon, Mlea
Per M. N. S. S. Lurlino for San
Friiucbeo, AiiR, 1. Xllss (. fl. Alden,
Miss Ilrjiip. iMjB. B. H. Ilolllnger, Miss
L It. Ralnlirldge, Mr. lllddlngcr, MrB,
A. .!. fjossln, Miss fllraid, Miss C, P.
fireon, MrB. B. L. Johnson, Mis, F
Klanip, T. J. King, Mrs. M. Lewis,
Miss B. K. Priiyn, P. II. Pntker, Mr.
nlul Mib, llookm- Mis, tVHosonstolu,
Mr. mid Mis. fleo. Uoss, Hnilau Hob-
M. Scott, Mr, and Mir. W. Scrby,
Mrs. 8. C. Stcrrltt, Miss M. V. Smith
Robert Scott, Sir. mid Mrs. W. W
Thajcr, Miss M. Vestal, Mlsrf C. Van
Decker, M. II, Wright, J, Ynblio.
Per 1', M. S. S. China for Japan
nml Hongkong potls Miss S, K.
Chum, N. Fiikmln, 8. flolch, B, Hlgo,
S. Ishlkawn, M. Koyama, B. Kaukl,
A. Kusaka, Leo Poy, 1). Mlyokc, .1.
Mtirao, K. Narasam, S. Ohashl, Y.
Sakural, K, Sasaki, K. SiiRitse, S. Tit
kahanta. Per sltnr. Klnau for Kauai porta,
AtiR. 1. Mrs. J. II. Cuminltigsi Mleu
B. Cumnilngs, Mrs. C. S. 'Spillnor,
Miss Ilcrry, Miss B. II. King, Miss
Kinney, Miss llulgcr, Miss I 'asset h,
MIsb Anna Tucker, Mrs, Brnost Witl
Per stmr. Mlkahnln, for Maul and
Moloknl isiils, Aug. 1. Dr. Noltnac,
Miss U llosmcr, Miss .1. L. Parke.
Per slmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
polls, Aug. .!. Dr. Wnlerhoiiso.
Per stmr. Mlknbala, for Maul and
Moloknl ports, Aug, 8. C. Moll, Sam
Knniakcn, F. R. Nugent, MrB. O. 1'
Per stmr. Claudinc, for Hawaii via
Maul porls, Aug. 4. Mrs. J. K. Akait,
Mrs. M. Devauchelle, llov, F. A. Hay
lor, Mrs. Sajlor, MrB. Wlttrock, A.
llauebcrR, M. Drntviio.
Per slmr. Manna Lon, for Kona and
Kan ports, Aug. 8. C. (long, Mrs.
Hong, Mrs. Jones, Miss Jones, Miss
11. Taylor, Miss Ward, B. Hcnriqucs.
Per stmr. Milan, for Knu.il porta,
Aiir. 8. J. P. Coolie, W. F. Ficar, D,
F. Dillingham, fl. 11. Mead. Mrs. Mead,
Mrs. Park, Miss Ford, Mrs. Chons
Tuesday, Aug. 1
San Francisco via Seattle Hyades,
M. N. S. 8., fi p. m.
Wednesday, Aug. 2.
Kami! ports W. (i. Hall, Btmr.,
Hawaii and Maul ports Ctaudlno
stmr., a, nt.
Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Japan and China porls China, P.
M. S. S.. ! p. in.
Sun Francisco l.m line, .M. N. S.
S.(, 15 p. nt.
'Maul, Moloknl and l.ana! MirtB
Mlknbala, stmr., S p. in.
Newcastle. N. S. W Waddon, llr.
stmr., 6 p. m.
Kauai polls Klnau, stmr., I! p. in.
Wednesday, A"a. 2-
San Francisco Sierra. O. S. S., 10
Sailing from Manila, July 17, for
Honolulu and San' Francisco, the U. S,
transport llufortl left vvlth tho largest
number or military passengers ever
leaving Manila at ono time.
Tho listed, from Manila nro Captaltj
LoiiIb C. Duncan, Colonel Charles
nichard. Major Wm. II, Wilson, Mujor
Win. K. IajwIs, nil or tho Medical
Corps; Captains Allen Wnlkor and
Harold Joss, Philippine Scouts; Cap
tain Win. II. llertsch. Quartermaster's
department; Lieutenant Colonel Rob
ert II. C.etty, 71 h Infantry: Major
Henry T Ferguson, 10th Infantry;
Captain Charles C Pulls', 2nd Field
Aitlllery; LIcutcuuutH Brucst J. Dow
ley. 2nd Fcd Artillery; Isaac W.
Hrovver, Medical ttescrvo Corps; Brn
est C. WrlRht, 1'hlllpplne Scouts;
OeorRo II. Hunter, 13th Cavalry; Do
Witt C. Jones, 1'nglnoors' Corp; llob
ert T. (ioodman, 4th Iufantry; Frank
S. Iloweii, 2(ih Infnnlry; Ilruno T.
Scher 3id liifantry; (Icorgo C. llock
viell, -Jlnl Infnnlry; Julian F Iluui
phroy, Phlllppino Scouts; Howard It.'
Smallpy, 8th Cavalry, and llpiijamln
W. Field, litli (nfnnlry.
Thoro nro also on board ' twelve
casuals, lirtceu front the start corps
and departments, forty-soven enlisted
men or Ilattcry B, Second Field Ar
tillery, tvvelvo convicts, and fourteen
Sixteen Coast Artillery, Including
mountain batteries, mirl six engineer,
lot; of the Infantry and 130 or the
Cavalry will bo dlscharRod.
Captain J, J. Ilornbiopk, Philippine
Senilis; Major Charles I", llallou, 7th
Infantry: Lieutenants J. J, LiiiIboU,
12th Infantry, and Finnk II. Adams,
Mopped at .Nagasaki..
A number of casuals will bo listed
KlRhty Mnrlnca rrom Camp Very,
whoso tinip Is nearly finished, will
leavp mi tho transport for Mnrq Isl
and to bi 'discharged. f'.lctltenant
Parsons, U 8. Marino Corps, will ac
company them ihhI upoq 'IiIb arrival
at Mure Island will undorgo examina
tions fo'r promotion.
Pf tlio Mnilnes that recently arrived
In San Francisco, many nre oxpected
to bo sent to Cump Very during tho
Tho transport Huford will lenvo Ho
nolulu about noxt Friday.
A resolution rnfllnR ror a report
rrom the Interstate commorcp com
mission by .Inn, 1 next nit neatly ev
ery phnst! of tho oxpiess business was
Introduced In the bouse by Represent-
ACTION IS EARLY
British Residents Optimistic
Over Successful Outcome
Hpcoily action on Hie part of the Joint
American and HrltMi 'commission In
settling' lhn' long-standing claims or
Ilrltlsh residents hero Is hoped for by
tho claimants. As told exclusively In.
the Hu lint In jestcrday, the claims
have llnnlly been .ent to arbitration.
It Is hoped that tlio Joint tribunal
will meet some time this rail. Local
claimants, however, will probably tnko
some steps to emphasize tho Hawaiian
group of claims, us under the special
agreement adopted by tho two coun
tries, the claims must bu upeclllciilly
presented within Tour months of tho
date of the agreement.
The Important parts of the text of
tlio agreement, which lias been signed
by Secretary ot State Knox and Am
bassador James ilrj.ee, are as follows:
"Article I. Blthir parly may, at tiny
time vvltbln lour innntlis rrom tho date
of tlio continuation of this ugi cement,
present to the other party any claims
which It desires to submit to urbltrn
Hon The chiliiis'so pretented shall. If
agreed upon by both parties, unless re
served us hereinafter provided, be sub
mitted to arbitration In accordauco
with the provisions or this agreement.
They shall bo grouped 111 ono or moro
schedules which, on thu part of tho
United stalls, shall bo agreed on by
and with the udvlco and consent or thu
Senate, Ills Majesty's government ro
servlng lhn right before agreeing to tho
inclusion of any ihlm nlTrctlng Hie In
terests of it self-governing dominion of
the Ilrltlsh Umpire to ohlaln the con
currence thereto ot the government of
"Blllirr party shall have tlio right to
reserve lor furthir examination any
claims so presented tor Inclusion in tho
schedules; and tiny claims so reserved
shall not bo prejudiced or barred by
I enroll of anything eontiilned III lb 1.1
"Article 2. All claims outstanding
between the two governments at thu
date ol the signature r this agree
ment and originating In circumstances
or transactions uolcrlor lo that date.
whether submitted lo arbitration or not.
shall thereafter bo e'onsldiTod us tlnally
barred unless reserved by either party
for further examination as provided In
"Bach nf the parties In dispute ap
points nn arbitrator. Vbo two lirbltra
tvrs, Jlius, .sele-cted choose an umpire.
If they do not agree on this point, each
of them proposes two candidates taken
from tho general list of the members of
the Permanent Court, exclusive of tho
members appointed by either ot tlio
parlies mid not being nationals of
either oC them; which of tlio candi
dates thirs proposed shall bo the um
plro, 's (determined diy lot.
"The umpire preslilys over tho tri
bunal, which gives Its decisions by a
majority of votes,
''Should one or the arbitrators either
elf. retire, or bo unable for any reason
whatever lo dlscfiargc Ills functions,
the same proe'edure Is rollovved tor lilt
ing the vacancy as was rollovved by
"Article . The tribunal shall meet
at Washington at a dato to be hereaft
er fixed by the two governments, and
may llx lhn time and place of subse
quent meetings as may bo convenient,
subject always to special direction ot
the twii governments. '
"Article 8 All sums of money which
may be awarded by tin- lilbimal on ac
count or any claim shall he paid by tho
ono piveinnient to tho oilier, ns tho
i-nso may be, wllliln eighteen months
nftor Hie dale or the liniil award, with
out Interest and without deduction.
'Article 1". The present iigre'emeiit,
and also any schedules iim-ecd 'tlmm.
tinder, shall ho binding only ubonion-
llrmeil by the two governments by nn
exchange! or notes."
Twciity.-four Cases Recently
Taken By Scientists
IOWA CITY, lit., July 18. Thirty
tour big cases tontalnlnp the birds
collected by Iho I.aysaii Island ex
pedition In their iccont tilp til that
locality, airlvod lu Iowa Clly- yos
lerdny ami wci0 delivered to tha
Statu university. C, A. Irwin of, Chi
cago, tho landscape artist, who' was
wllh tho expedition, and who will
work with Taxidermist Homer It.,
Dill, arrlyei! lu (own C(ty today mid
will commence tho work of urrangliiij
tho collection. Tlio result will bo a
vista or tho greatest blul legion in
tho world, and will attinct tho at
tention of scientists rreim all over tho
rountiy to tho Iowa museum.
A certlllcatu or reusonablo doubt In
tho ease of Joseph II. Ilplchmann, for
merly president or tho Cariieirlo 'Trust
Company, was granted by Justice
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