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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUG. 7, 13)1.
lliinnliilii laulcr -Hlitli (I.
llnnnliilii Lodge, ml Uigur
HiiiiiiImIii Comniuiiilr), lire.
ii l.i r, i. in.
Let I.iiIi.i o.
a, . i:. s.,
A!' rutting rarobrn of tfco
Order ore cordially Invited to
sttend meetings of local lodge
mm fngincESS' riZ
JHEFICIAL AJS-IATIOU. ciation. cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. X.
Meets every first soil third Thur-
of each month at Knlghti of
Pythlsi Hall. Visiting brothers tor
tllly Invited to attend.
V J. ItOMNSON, Sachem.
11 V TODD. C. of n.
SONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. X,
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, U. F. O
Clka, moots !n their hall, on Kins
Jtreft, noar Fort, every Friday eve
oIdc. Visiting Hrothers are cordially
'nrlted to attend.
u v n. isn.N'nnuo, vs. n.
GEO. T. Ivl.UROUU Sec.
TvK MoKINLEY LODaE. MO. 8,
K. of P.
Meet every 2nd and 4th Baturday
veiling at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P,
Kail, cor. Port and lloretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited tn at-
F. v. Kii.iiisr, c. c.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. H. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meet every flnU and third lYIday nt
7 SO o'clock, I'ytlilan Wall, corner Hcre
tniihCoud Tort streets. VMtlng broth
er cordially Invited to atteml.
k ii:cki:r. c. c.
O HEINE. 1C of R & s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on ", coiul and fourth Wednes
day evening of eneli titmitli nt 7:30
..'nn1 It. U.. I.......I. tlr.ll Vlnm-aril
street. 'near Kinmii Visiting brnthrrv
are ImlUd to att -ml
A DA VIM, W. P.
i' M'l'OY. Secy.
ID ed. Is In command of troops and thn
Tho PAHi-D I r!,,,u"K ",ncor ln ,l10 transport Hu
IllC LLflULIV I fold that visited Honolulu this morn
CLOTHIERS I lug en loitn from Manila to Sail
Fort Street Near BeretanlaB Francisco Colonel (Jetty Is uccom-
W panled by his wife anil thrco daugh-
MILTON & PARSONS
'of Diamond Head Shu had been for
have received ex Lurline 8TREET Imuly JearH tMhtn member of Ka
and DRESS HATS: also tho latest in XNani1(, Church. She was tho mother
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING. f 0K,Cen children. Tho funeral will
Hotel St. opp. Younp - Phono 3088 ), fr()I11 ,,, r,iwns,., Undertaking
T"Jls:S!S Parlors a two o'clock today, and
Week It II nil el In Kl ner vear. burial In Manoa Valley.
A Small Assortment
Regular Prices $10.00 and $15.00
Now on Sale at
$5.00 and $7.50
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.
m ' m . P
I Mil AND MltS. HOimilT WF.I1II
arc vMiiiih lu. IIoiiiiIiiIii. Their limnc
In In C'utoradn City. Miss Van .liiyc
nt companies (lirni
1 V A. HOAHDMAN formerly n llo-
I nolulu newspaper man. writes friends
' here that ho has been named V H.
! marshal at Chefou.
I CAPTAIN ALLEN WALKKIt of the
ll'hlllppliie Scouts In n through n.isscn
!ger In the lluford en routo to the
Stales on leave of absence.
IIOWAKI) HITCHCOCK Is lt pros
cut nt the volcano making numerous
sketches that will form the founda
tion for future woik with the brush
V.. S. (IKK, the well known tennis
player. Is reported to be quite sick
iiml nt present In the hospital at
Il.igitlo, Mm. dee Is also III. I J the
MISS CHALMKliS of S.m Diego,
Cat , Is a house guest f Ulshop and
Mrs. Itestaiiek She plans on return
ing to the. mainland on the next
MA.10II T U LYONS of the Philip
nltii! roiisl.ihulnrv Joined the United
Meet on the Slides nrmy transport lluford nt Na
2nd and 4th'ganakl and Is proceeding to the main
Mondayi ofjii, f(ir orders.
"Ch month ( jirt'LHAN. coiinei ted with the
at K. F. Hall l'nlled Slates Armv V. M. C A work
7:30 P. M.,n ii... Phlliindncs III Ihn eatuieitv of
seeretniy, Is n through passenger In
the troopship lluford.
Mil AND MRS. CI! AS. RICH wero
Incoming passengers on the Klnau
yesleiday 'I hey brought their two
daughters with them and will remain
In town during Hip polo season.
COMMANDKIt II. T. I1AKKU of tho
United States Nnvy and stationed at
Olntigapo, was among the through
passengers In tho transport lluford
that arrived from Manila this morn
ing. .MISS AI.ICK WOUCKSTKIt. daugh
ter of Dean C 'Worcester a pioml
nent member of tho Philippine, Com
mission, Is en i onto to the mainland
ntj a p.rihenger In tho United States
army transport lluford.
MR AND MRS. IIKNRY FOSTEIt
Ul'TTON are expected fo arrle early
this month from the Coast and will
ho tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Macfarlane. Mrs. AVorthlngton Ames
will accompany them to' the Islands.
WILLIAM WOLTKRS will sail on
the Mongolia for the Coast and will
visit Germany before returning to Ha
waii While In Germany he will take
a course ot treatment for his eyes,
which have been causing him consid
erable troubly lately.
VICK-PRUSIDKNT W. R. SCOTT
(ieneral Passenger Agent Charles S
I'eo and Treasurer (!. L. King, all of
tlm Southern Pnclllc aic homeward
bound passengers on tho Mongolia
Mr. Seolt has been touring the Isl
ands Tho others hao been out In
Mil AMI MRS. J. A. M. OSORIO
have announced tho engagement of
their daughter, KUIrn Valerl. to Pro
fessor Albeit Thomas Roll, of Fred
ericksburg, Indiana. Tho wedding
w' ",1 V'" "ls evening at the
home of the bride's parents lu Puiieo
mid will ho very quiet Hawaii Her
COLONKL ItOllLUT N OBTTY of
the, United States Infantry iinattncli-
MRS. I'AU KAUKALIU, llfty-slx
yearn old, died yesterday morning.
She was the wlfn of John Knukiillu
We will give our personal attention
City Transfer Co.
Jase Hr Love
DELAYED FORTY-EIGHT HOURS IN LEAVING PHILIPPINE
QUARANTINE STATION. VESSEL MAQE BRIEF CALL
HERE. MANY OFFICERS LOOK FORWARD TO TRANS
FER TO LOGAN. MONGOLIA AWAY FOR SAN FRAN
CISCO WITH LARGE LIST OF PASSENGERS AND
QUANTITIES OF CARGO.
A Ijiihoon of nun,. Minn ii'inl sever
ity swept oer that section of the Inl
and of Luzon at which Is located .Ma
nila. Just before the hour set lor the
dispatch of the Hulled Stales armv
tiausport Hnfoid and for foily-elght
bouts loltowiug Iho aiUent of the
storm, the llltlu troopship with Hi
larto list nf passengers lode out tho
galo In the somewhat sheltered an
choiuge afforded at MaiUeles. tho
I'lilllppluo quarantine station.
The lluford did not depart fmni her
baen until the afternoon of duty 17th
and then proceeded to Nagasaki, Jap
an. Thrco dayn were sin-nt at the Jap
aucso luut in taking on coal and oth
er Hups of supplies.
The olliccrs in the lluford wero dis
appointed In not reaching Honolulu at
an eailler hour on Sunday evening
Tho latest wlroies3 gave out the.ltu
piession Hint Iho Duford would lie
alongside tho naval whnif by t.ocu
o'clock. It was not until nearly nlno
o'clock that tho liciitpihTT was icpoit
ed oif limber's I'olnl
Tlio lluford was coiuiellcil to ro
maln outKlilc the harbor all night but
was at tho whaif and her passengers
landed by eight o'clock this morning
Orders wero nt onco Issued for the
quick dispatch of tho vess-el for San
rranclfco and tho fluford was away
for Iho coast at uloen o'clock.!
Tho Impression seems to be general
among tho, otllrers of tho transport
that thoy will bo transferred tn tho
Logan when tho larger troopship Is
again mado ready for sea and placed
In commission In the trans-I'acliic ser
vice. Tho trip across the big pond Is de
clined as being ono without Incident
Tim weather was i,;ild lu Imxo been
plensant va" some oceasloml rqiill
met with before leaching Ihn islands.
Work wan rushed lu tlio dlschaigo
of a ,Einll quantity of relrlgor.itod
rdorus and mlK'clliiucoiis qiiarternian
Rattory K, Hcroud Meld Artillciy,
Is tlio only tegular organization on
hoard Iho lemalndor of tho p-ision-gorH'
hnltigrasiials and enlisted men
hinted for letiicment.
Leaving Manila for Nagasaki, .Lili
an, werotHi cabin inssengcrs. At that
ort 9 cabin and 1 1 troop passengers
Joined tho. transport for Ran. k'rau
Cisco. IC (, '
'Kon.Hoholnlu, four troop passengers
wero Ieftj while during tltii .May of
the.-lluford-Uihln port CI troops, 7;
niailnes. X clvlliatiri and - cabin pas
songers wero. stowed nway.i . .
That tho Iiuford Is a ctowdod trans
w)it after sailing foiu Honolulu goes
without saying. Tlioiij Is one huudu-d
and IHteen pirisoiigots on bn.ud as-J
higneii to llrst cinss inniii'ucb. tiiu
W.C, Peacock Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
I Mont Rouge Wines
to your baggage and tee that it le
TYPHOON OFF MAR1VELES
IrnuniHirt has a r.ittior small dining
saloon and this means that two to
Ihreo .Bettings will be Hie rulo nt
Tho second chum or dormitory nc
comtmidntionu aro but little better off
an thirty passengers aie quartered In
Tioop pussengern ftom Honolulu to
San Francisco numbered l!i).
Another osscl, well known hero
has been transferred to tho Japanese,
Tho llrlllsli freighter Courttleld, Cap
tain Thiscmaii. under charter to the
American trading company, has been
told to the ,la ntioae mid will lie de
llu'red when tho prcscut charter cx-
liiics. The Courttleld willed for Kir
leka, where It will take on lumber to
be shipped to Australia, It recently
arrived at Han fYanclsco from n.illl-
morn with a cargo of Atlantic range
i-nal. -ivi . ,
.SparM from the Wireless.
M. N. ii. S. WlllicliuLjia. en route
iKiin aii i-raurisco p. in.. August
6 5u," miles fiom Honolulu, Fine
weather; all well.
I. M. H. K. Manchuria, en roule
ft mil San Francisco, 8 i. in., Aug. fi
r.":! miles from Honolulu. All well.
Has forly-Fovcn cabin, four steerago
pashongois and fifty-two backs of
mail. Will uirlo Tuebday niornliii;
nt 7:30 a. m.
Plenty Sugar' at MeBryde.
Sugar lepoita from Kauai Indicate
an abuiidiinco still on hand at several
island warehouses. Tho Klnau
lii'oiight Iho following utntement of
Kiigar awaiting shipment. K. S. M
nir.it. Mnit r.o.ms. . & n. nr,o, Men
.13,175, K. K. 11. Ii:0, K. 1'. 10,700
M. S Co. 1000, K. 8. Co. looo, I,. P
15,8:13, (1 F, 69.14.
Klnau Freight List.
The Inler-IhlsiKi iileanior Klnau from
Kiiu.il poits hi ought the following
Hues of cargo: flood bags of sugar
155 hags of taro, 100 bags of rice, 25
crude oil drums, L'2 crates of nlllgu
tor peats, ono crnto of rhlckcns, 23
polo poults mid 150 packages of sun
Intcr.ltland Departures Tomorrow,
l lie Inter-Island wliarvea wero
Iiii.ij places today with tho slowing
run)- of ficlght offorcil tho hoernl
sleniners helieduled to sail for Inland
Tho Komi and Kan liner Manna
l.oa Is to sail at noon tomorrow with
a fair shipment of frolght nuil suppllos
for wittdwaiil Hnwull ports of call
The flagship Manna Ken with a largo
number of passengers Including ton
rl.its .will get away for UUo .by. tho
wny of .Maul and Hawaii potts nt ten
o'clock that morning. Sailing at noon,
the steamer Iwntanl with freight and
explosHes only Is hchediikvl to rail
at Mnhiikoiia, Knwnlhne, llonolpq and
ports and will ptobahly return with
tho regulation shipments of sugar nnd
a deck load of cattle. In tho evening
thu Allkalinla in Iho Molokni nnd
Maul trnde will sail nt five o'clock
lollowed by the steamer Klnau for
Kauai polls about tho same hour,
The billowing wireless message, has
been received by the Agents of tho
S. S. Wllhelmlna:
S. S Wllhelmlna, nt Sea, August
fit Ii, g p. m. 8(10 miles ftom Hono
lulu. 7it cabin, h'i steerage passen
gers for Honolulu. 11.00 Ioiib cargo
lor Honolulu, 70 pieces express mat
"tor, 1 automobile. 2C0 hags mall
670 tons cargo for Hllo. Fine weath
er, all well. Will nrrlxo Tuesday day
light. S.hip docks nt Hackfeld wharf nnd
will b.i 1 1 for Hllo on Thursday, nt 5
Many Witness Mongolia's Departure,
The sailing of the Pacific Mall liner
Mongolia for San Francisco this morn
ng was witnessed by u largo delega
tion nt Alakea wharf. Tho presenco
of a number of prominent notables Iq
nniinclal and business circles hud
much to do with attracting many to
Ono hundred nnd ten cabin passeti
gers left Honolulu In the tiopular llu
er. In the steerage some thlrly-lHo
Spanish, Portuguese and FiJIplnos
iook passage for tho coast.
Tho Mongolia was an nrrlval at the
port on Sunday morning. A ship
incut or Oriental freight Including a
variety of .lapnnoso prolslous and
merchandise fiom ports of China nnd
Japan icqulred tho better part of tho
day to discharge. Captnln Illley of
II. Hnekfcld mid Company, and hV)
aides weio equal lo the occasion
though they had about all they could
utteml to In getting out tlio cargo and
loading the rsitel with consignments
Of ennoo, pineapples and bananas of
which a considerable quantity was
shipped to the mainland
Tho Mongolia called at Mnnlla on
Iho Inst ojngo. In Met tho Fourth
of July warf spent by officers and men
at America's farthest outpost. In ie
tumlng, tho Mongolia called at Kco
lung, Formosa, and ono or two lei
ports nlong the coast of Japan nnd
the big liner Is bearing n largo shir
ment of this valuable rommodlty for
transhipment to all parts tif tho Unit
Leaving Iho Mongolia nt Honolulu
wero II cabin. 141. Japanese, 60 Chi
ncso nnd 61 Filipino passengers. The
through list Included C4 cabin, 39 sec
ond class nnd 1(12 Aklstlc. The Fili
pinos wero Immediately given quarters
at the station maintained by tho Hs
wullan Sugar Planters' Association
while the Japanese ami Chinese were
conveyed in thn Pioneer lo the Fcil
etal Immigration Elation for examina
A number of well known figures In
mainland railway nnd transportation
circles aro passengers In tho Mongo
lia returning to tho States after hav
ing completed an Investigation of
business possibilities in tho Far Hast
Tho Hawaiian hand rendered 11
pleasing concert at the depaituro of
Iho Mongolia which got away a few
minutes after ten o'clock this morn
Manchuria Here Early Tomorrow.
A lato wireless from tho Pacific
Mall liner Manchuria announces tho
probablo arrival of JI10 vessel from
San Francisco nt an early hour to
morrow. The Manchuria bhoulj come
alongsldo tho Alakea whart by nlno
o'clock nnd will according to present
intentions lie "dispatched for Japan
ami China ioits at flvot o'clock that
evening. The Manchuria has 47 cabin
and -I stoornco passengors for Ho
nolulu. I'lfty-ono additional sacks of
mainland mall Is duo to arrlvo here
by that csscl,
Mary Foster to Fumigate. .
The schooner Mary Foster which ar
rived at Honolulu on July 15th with
a shipment of lumber has completed
tho discharge of her cargo nuil Is
preparing for sea. Tho vessel will go
alongsldo tho, quarantine wharf to
morrow for fumigation preparatory to
sailing for l'ugctt Sound ports tomor-
Klpahulu and Ports.
Tho Inter-Island stiuniqr IJkollku
lias been lilnecd on the berth to null
for , Klpahulu iinH.-Mnkiilan at five
o'clock this evening. Tho vessel Is
taking on a general cargo. '
i -. a
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Monday, Aug. 7.
AIIUKINI Sailed, Aug. 3t Schr
Konn, for (Jrays Harbor,
SAN FnANOISCO-Kplled, Aug, 6:
S, S. Hllonlan,-fnr Renttlo. .
OltAYB HAItnoit Arrived, Aug. fi:
Schr. Helena, henro Juno 2:1.
S. S. W1LHF.I.MINA. Aug. 5, 8 p. m,
fiom Honolulu, 72 rnhln ami 82
steerago passengors. 4000 tons ear
go Tor Honolulu, 570 tons for Hllo
1 autii, fine weather, all well, will
arrlvo Inmortow morning early and
dock at llaekfeld whaif, sails for
Hllo Thursday, 5 p. 111.
S.'S. MANCIHIIUA, will arrlvo 7:00
tomorrow morning and piobablysiill
6 p. 111., 17 o'iblii passengers for
Honolulu, 52 bags mall.
Temperatures. (1 a. m., 73; 8 n. m.
77: 10 a, m., 78; noon, 78; morning
llarnmoter, 8 n, m 20.90; absolute
humidity, 8 a. ni, 0 551 grains ier
cubic foot; iclatUo humidity, 8 n: in. ;
72 per cent; dew polii), 8 a. in.. 07.'
Wind. 6 a. in., velocity 2, direction
NK: 8 n. in., velocity I, direction NK;
10a. m., velocity 12, direction NB
noon, velocity 0, direction 5.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8
a. 111., none.
1 Totnl wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 147 miles.
New Manager for Alaska. Pacific 8. 0,
Thero is a new 'manager for the
Alaska-Pacific Steamship Company to
succeed Mnrcus Talbot resigned, In
tho person of (J. V Wlloy, tho for
mer President of the Crosby Tow Hn.it
Company. Thu new malinger of tho
Alaska Pacific Company camo to Sc
uttle from Iloston nlno years ago as
Pacific roast representative of tho
Iloston Tow Itoat Company and the
Iloston and Philadelphia Steamship
Tho steamship company formerly
opcralcd the steamship Pleiades, lly-
ndes, Lyra, Shnwmiit nnd Trcmont,
nnd when they disused of them Mr.
Wiley entered business for himself
The Pleiades was purchased by New-
York Interests, thn Hyadcs by the
Matson Navigation Company and the
Lyia was taken over under charter
by tho Luckciihnchs, of New York. The
Shnwmiit and Trcmont wero tnlten
over by Iho government, tho former
being placed In tho Knstorn contt
wlso servlco carrying cement from
New York to Panama for thn cnniil,
Mr. Wlloy has had wide experience
In the steamship business, having
been prominent lit shipping affairs on
the Attnntlc roast twelve years he
Tore coining to Seattle.
Twenty.Day Trans.Paclllc Schedule.
POIITI.ANH. Ore.. July 15. That
the Hank lino steamers will como In
hcto on a regular 20 day schcdiito
was announced yesterday by W. II
Prlrhnrd, vice-president of Frank Wn
terhonse &. Co., who spent the ilny in
this city, returning to Seattle last
The new schedule, which -has been
adopted an a result or tl10 acquiring
of the Portland and Asiatic by the
Waterhouso Interests, will begin with
Iho present steamer In port, tho Klt-
mcrle. Tho Ktimcrlc will sail ftom
l-.ero July 24, after which tho Luce
rlc will come In August 9 nnd sail
August 15, and It will bo followed by
tho steamer Hercules, one of tho new
ly acquit ed chattered steamers, which
is scheduled lo sail from hero Aug
Tho Orterlc will arrlvo September 0
nnd sail again on tho 20th of the
same month. The Strathlyon will sal!
October 10, and the Suverlc. arriving
on the intli, will sail October 3d.
The steamers will como from tho
Orient by wny of Pngct Sound and
on tho return across tho Pacific will
go hack that way.
Skipper of Spokane Stands by Crew,
SKATTLB, Wash.. July 12. With
tho taking of thu testimony of Captain
J. K. Oupllll, master of the wrecked
steamship Spoknno, who caintn.iiide-1
her at the time or her sinking in tho
Northern wateru last month, the Fed
eral Hoard of Steamship Inspectors
closed Its Inquiry Into tho wrecking
of the vessel this morning and now
has under advisement tho decision as
to whether charges shall bo preferred
ngainst Captnln (luptlll. Tho com
mamler of the vessel said there Is no
credit duo any man lu command of :i
Bhlp that Is wiecked. Ho said every
member or tlio Spokano'B ship's com
pany did his duly, and exactly what
was expected of him, and that ho con
ducted tho landing of passengers nnd
tho preparations for tliolr subsequent
caio In as expeditious 11 manner as
was possible under the circumstances.
Will Report Weather on Dutch Harbor
Tho chief of tlto United States Wen
Ihor Iliircini nt Washington, D. C,
has decided to establish an observing
station at Dutch harbor. tJiinlaskn,
through tlio (o-npcratlon of the Unit
ed States Flsli Commission,
Tho necessary Instruments to equip
tho new station will bo sent north
fiom San Frnitclsco before tho end
of Iho current mouth.
It Is confidently oxpected that by
mentis of wireless reports tho obser
vations nindo nt Dutch harbor can bo
ttatismltted to tho mainland. Such
leports will bo of grout vnluo, espe
cially lu tho wlntor months, In de
termining conditions prevailing over
tho Norlh Pacific regions,
Noeau for Kauai Ports.
Tho quantity of Migar, rlco nnd oth
er Hawaiian products hi ought tn tho
port nit Friday by Iho Intor-lslatul
steamor Noonit has been discharged
and that vessel has hcon made, loady
for sea. Tho Noonu will, bo dispatch
ed for Kunal ports nt five o'clock thH
Thn recount of tho votes cast In the
teccnt special olectlon for commis
sion government In llnyontio; N. J.,
"For 8l" rds nt nulletln...
are again obtain
able in all sizes
As Gobd as
"THE HOU8E OF STAPLES-
8unday, Aug. 6.
Hongkong via Jnpan ports Mongo
lia. P. M. 8. S., a. m.
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr., it. ni.
Maul, Molokni nnd Lannl jsirtB
Mlkahata, stmr., n. ni.
Hawaii ports Hclcue, stmr., n. in.
Monday, Aug. 7.
Manila via Nagasaki, Uap.in Un
fold, U. 8. A. f ., 7 a. in.
Monday, Aug. 7.
San Francisco Mongolia. P. M. S.
S., 10 a. ni.
San Franclbco nttford, U. 3. A. T,
11 n. in.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED I
Per U. S. A. T. Huford from Ma
nila via Nagasaki, Japan. Through:
Col. C. Hlchards, Col. It. H. Octty,
Mrs. Hetty, .Miss C. C. Hetty, Miss
Kieapor (Jetty, Miss (K-orglit (letty.
Muster Hetty, MaJ. W. II. Wilson
Com., II. T. linker MaJ. Wm. F. J,cw
ls. Mis. Lowls, Miss L. wln, Capt.
W. II. Ileitscb, Capt, O. O. Pulls, Mrs.
Pulls, Capt. L. C. Liincau, Mrs. Dun
can Capt. Allen Walker, Capt. It. U.
Cocdwin, Mrs. Goodwin, Capt. H. II.
Joss. Mru. Joss, Alfred Toulon, Mrs.
Toulon. F 8. Ilowen, Mrs. Dowen, I).
T. Seher, 1st LI. DoWItt C. Jones. 1st
l.L O. C. Iloekwell. 1st Lt. I. W. Ilrcw
er, O. n. Crow, Mrs. Crow, J. F. Hum
phrey, K. C. Wllght, Mrs. Wright, 1st
Lt, H. H? Hmalley, Mrs. Snnlley, 1st
Lt. (1, II. Hunter, 2ml Lt. I), W. Field.
Mrs. Field, 2nd l.t. K. J. Dawloy. N
Carter, Mrs. Carter. F. II. Doxter,
Mrs. Dexter, C. Haidy, Mrs. Haidy,
W. F. Hanls, Airs. Harris, C (1. Mc
Clcaii, C. n. Smith, Miss (I. C Itob
luson, Miss U. Dorn Mis. II. (1. Kuril.
Mrs. (!. (larrily, Minn 8. (larllngton,
Mrs. M. C. Stajer. Mrs. F, C. Ken
dall. II. C. Toblti, Mrs. C D. Elliott,
Alio. C. U. Klllott, Master Philip, Mrs.
C. 8. Loblngler, Mrs. II. Steere, Miss
J. Steere. John A. Steele, Miss Alice
Worcester, F. B. Hamuli. A, C. Fields
O. Lnnigan, 8. E. Ltiithicitm, C. It.
Lucas, It. Mercer, O. II. Header, W. II
Vincent, ft. Welworth, W. W. Watson
II. L. Wilson, J. Heiiiilch, M. II. O'Mal
loy, Mrs. Mary Pcarso, II. ltetnhaid,
W. .1. Madden, D. M. Mulligan, II. S
Per stmr. Klnnu, frotn Knunl poits,
Aug. (!. K. Katsuniata, Ho Ltin, Mas
ter Ho Lull, Ku Lnl Sciing Yun, A. S.
Wilcox, Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, J, P.
Cooke, John Wnterhouse. A. F, Kniid
sen. Miss 0. Smith, c A. Kloo and
grooms, Mrs. C. A. Itleo, . C, Smith.
Capt. W. I). Forsytlic, Dr. V Agnew,
Mrs. I). K. Watson, Miss It. loin, Ab
blo Pllmokn, Mrs. C. II, Hunt, Mrs.
Illug Ho, Miss Ah Choy, Tauaka and
wlfo and 3 children, (), k. Kane, ami
child, Mr. Mend. Lt. Uurrcll, II. O.
Wnldron, R. W. Kopkc. Paul K11I1I
batim, DowItt Alexander, II. Alexan
der, Miss Campbell, Mrs, Hart, .1.
Sottza, Mrs. M. IV Roitzii, Miss A.
Paelicco, K. M. Allium. Itev. T. Hot I.
A. lota, Faint Cnrnn, Shlnogawa. and
I PA8SENOER8 BOOKED.
Per btmr. Cliiinlltio, for Hawaii and
Maul potls, Aug. II. C. W. Ashfotd,
D. O. Thayer, Mrs. Illrch II. Birch.
Father Francis, C. C. Litddlngton, Mis
Robert Lcweni Ready for 8ea.
Tha American schooner Itobott
Lewors arriving hero on July 20lh
has boen discharged of a largo ship
ment of lumber- to tho order of Low
ers and Cooko and that vessel will bo
dispatched for Puget Sound potts thli
afternoon. Tho ftobeit Lewors was
hauled alongside tho quarantine whaif
for fumigation this morning.
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