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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 22, 1911.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Leeve 8. F. Arrlvt Hon. Leave Hon. Arrive 8. F.
September 2 September 8 August 23 Auguit 29
September 23. . September 29 September 13 September 19
65 firtt cleie, single, 8. F.) 9110 nrit class, round trip, Sen Franclse.
, C.'BREWIR & CO., ITD., General Agent.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Bteaniers of the above company will call at Honolulu and leave thle port
on or about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT. ' FOH SAN FRANCI8CO.
B G. Mongolia Augut28 8. S. Persia Auguit 25
6. S. Pertla September 20 S. 8. Korea September 1
S. S. Korea ., September 25 S. S. Siberia September 16
S. S. Siberia ."... .October 10 S 8. China September 22
8. 8. China October 17 8. S. Manchuria September29
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Bteamera of the above Company will
about ithe dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
8. 8. Tenyo Maru September12
8. 8.' Shinyo Maru October 3
8. 8. Chlyo M ru... ....... Oct-er 3 V
S. S. America Maru November 21
8. 8. Tenyo Maru November 28
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN 8AN TRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN TRANCIBCO.
S, 8. Lurline Auguit 23 8. S. Lurline Augut29
8. 8. Wilhelmina September 5 8. S. Wilholmlna September 13
8. & Lurline September 20 S. 8. Lurline September 26
S. S. Wilhelmina October 3 S. 8. Wilhelmina October 11
8. S. Lurline October 18 8. 8. Lurline October 24
8. S. HYADES of this lint eaila
about SEPTEMBER 2, 1911.
Far further particular, apply to
CASTLE 4 COOKE, LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AU8TRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
Marama September 13
Makura October 11
mo H. PAYEES A CO., LTD.. QIK5RAL AOBHTI.
AMERICANHAWAHAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
From New York to Honolulu, via Tehuantepec, every sixth day.
Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, South
FROM SEATTLE OR TAC0HA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
8. 8. COLUMBIAN, to sail
8. 8. ALASKAN! to sail
8. 8. ARIZONAN, to sail
f-or further Information apply to
Phone 2295 Reaches
ALL KINDS OP ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK.
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
63 QUEEN STREET P. O. BOX 212
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
nasal Agent for H strain
Atlas Assurance. Company of Lonaon.
New York Underwriters' Agency,
Prevloence Washington Insurance Co.
th FLOOR, 8TANUENWALD BLDO.
Is net a Luxury; It Is s Ntceealty,
ut you Must havs the BEST
n" tSiat Is provided Jy the famous
and most equitable Lsws of Massa
chusetts, In ths
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF SOS TON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If ysu would be fully Informal) sbout
thsss lsws, sddress
CASTLE & COflKE.
' HONOLULU. T. H,
coll at and teava Honolulu on or
FOH SAN FRANCIRCO.
8. 8. Slilnyo Mam September S
8. 8. Chlyo Maru Ootober 8
8. 8. America Maru October 27
8. 8. Tenyo Maru November 3
S. S. Shinyo Maru. .....November 24
CA8TLE A COOKE, LIMITED,
from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or
Central Acenti, Honololi
Makura September 12
Zealandia October 10
' SEPTEMBER 6
H. HACKFELD A CO, LTD, agents,
MORSE, General Freight Agent
Oahu Rail way Time Table
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations :16 a. m., S:20 p. ni.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Station t7:J0 a. m., :16 a. m
11:30 a. tn.. I:1S p. m., t:20 p. ..
5:16 p. m., t:S0 p. m ttl:lB p. m.
For Wabtava and Lellehua 10:20
a. m.. E:iS o. tn., J:J0 p. m., tll:l(
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
aulua and Walanss : a. m.
5:31 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu froji Kwa Mill and
Pearl City-t7:4B a. m., '8:16 a. m
11:02 a, m., l:40 p.,ra., 4:2 p. m..
B:S1 p. ro.. 7:J0(p, m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wshlawa and
Lellehua, 0:16 a. m.. tl:4f jv no., S:J1
p. m.. 110:10 p. m.
The ilalclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first class tickets honored),
leaner. Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. m.; returning, arrives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. m. The Limited slops only
at Pearl City and Walanae outward.
and Will an ae, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally. fBunday Rxcepted. JHuurtsy
O. P. DBNlflON, F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent. Q. P. A.
lBl letiapbons numbers srei
Business OMca tilt, '
E4JIrla Vssais 18& '
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Established b 1851
Bishop & Co.
Commercial snA Travelers'
Letters of Credit limed on
the Bank of California and
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondents for t k
American Express Company
and Thot. Ccok 4 Ion.
Interest allowed on Term
and Ravings. Bank Depoiitt.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 1000,000
CLAU3 6PKECKELS & CO.
Invitei your Account and
offers satisfactory lenrioe.
Loans at market rates.
Exchange and Cable trans
fers. Travelers' Credits and
Checks available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
HKAD OFFICE... TOHOUAA
Capita! (Paid Up).. Yen 24,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen lS,C0O.O00
General banking business
transacted. Savings account for
fl and upwards.
Flra and burglar-proof vault,
with Hare Deposit Boxes for rent
at $2 per year and upwards.
Trunks aud cases to be kept oo
custody at moderate rates
Particulate to be applied for.
ID AKAI, Manager. '
Honolulu Office, Bethel and Mer
chants Streets. Telephone 2421
and 1G94. p. O. Box 1(8.
TWO FORD MACHINES
Just as good as newt three seats,
One $200 one 250.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN AND RICHARDS 6TB.
Engineering a4 Gcmtttetlai
House-Wiring Repairing Snail let
1187 ALAKEA ST. Near BeretanU
A full uiortment, sixes M"xK"
to 48"xl20", and gaoiM Ho 11 to
N f 6 Just to hand.
We do sheet metal work ot all
kinds, and guarantee satislactioa,
Your patronage it solioited.
PS0MFT ATTENTION TO JOBBUM
EMUELUTH CO., LTD.
Phone 1511 US King Street
I ALL ETJOI.
muii OI IDMlatt.
allim a lommoji.
tneea Street Woanlal
2185 'Mori"! looms - 2256
business ofllce. These are the lele-
phone numbers nf tlw 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Never In the history of Honolulu have the operations In building equal
ed those of today. Improvement clubs are doing much in movihg men to
build wisely. They set a etandard for surroundings which include cement
walks and stone curbing. Wo supply marly all of the materials for the pur
pose, and the builders are satisfied. Promptness In delivery a factor.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
ROBINSON BUILDING QUEEN STREET
isiJf-i'.B.i' , " r' ;,lh H'MAV
Alexander & Baldwin,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company. .
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugur Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Mcllryile Sugar Company.
Kalllllul Hallrouil Company.
Kauai Hallway Company.
Haiku Fruit Hiul Parking Company.
Kauai Frnll and 1.nnd Company.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Henolulu, T. H.
I a s
SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, SUGAR FACTORS
aZNERAL IN8URANCE AOENTS
Kwa Plantation Co.
Waialua Agricultural Co., I.tiJ.
Kohaln Sugar Co.
Walinea Sugar Mill Co
Apokaa Sugar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works ot St. txrals.
Babcocs A Wilson Pumps.
Oreen'a Fuel Kconnmlierp.
Mutson Navigation Co
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SUQAR FACTORS AND COM
Officers anil Olrectera)
I. T. Bishop President
Geo. H. Itouerteon
....Vice-President and Manager
W. W. North Treasurer
Richard I vers Secretary
J. R. Clalt Auditor
Ueo. R. Carter Director
C. II. Cooke Director
K. A. Coulee Director
A. Hartley Director
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
Itoyal Insurance Co, of Liverpool.
Loudon Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Scottish Union el National Ins.
Co. ot Edinburgh.
Caledonian Insurance Co. of
American & Foreign Marine Ins.
Chase R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King ft.
They hold shape and cut fast) will
save time and money on any character
of grinding work.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
J. A. OIIKAI
Consulting, Designing ani Coa-
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete EtruS'
tares. Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, fieports and Estimates on Pre
lects. Phone 1048.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort 8ts, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, Glassware
and Kitchen Utenellst Sporting Goods,
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
"mter-lalant. and O. R. & L Shipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
office. BOo each.
Business Men Opposed Pro
posed Regulations Under
Honolulu's wharves nro so insuffi
cient to linndlo tlio prcsdnt traffic
Unit tho Imrhor commission cannot
lay down nny linrd nnd fnst rulca
cmnpulllng freight to bo moved with
in n certain time, according to tho
opinion of many promlnont buslnosx
men. Tho Chamber of Cdmmcrco nnd
Merchant!' Annoclatlon hold n joint
meeting jeslorclay afternoon nnd llfl-
russcd tho rrRiilntlona proposed by
tho colmnlslson nnd there was not n
dissenting uileo to tho general en
tlment that tlio rules arc not only fur
too stringent, nut actually laiposslble
to be carried out.
Tho proposed rules wore printed In
tlio Hu Ho tin of last Saturday nnd
ileal with the length of tlmo Incom
ing. foreign nnd domestic freight may
remain on the uhnrves and tho do
inurrago charges for overtime.
.Mure Time .Needed.
Tlio Joint meeting yesterday part
ed to lake up tlio rules ono by iHic,
hut found that tlio questions Invohcd
nro so Important, and the views nf
tlio meeting so far apart from tho
harbor commission's Ideas that It wan
Impossible, to got nnj tiling llko an
ndequnto expression of opinion In one
afternoon. Accordingly, upon motion
of M. 1). Tenncy, tho presidents of tlm
two bodies wero authorized to ask tho
harbor commission to deter action on
the regulations for n week from to
morrow, and In tho meantime a com
mittee, of six will bo named to atudy
the matetr and report back to a ,'olnt
meeting to bo held next Tuesday nf'
During the coitrso of the discussion,
T. Cllo I).iIpk, II. D. Tenney, J. 11.
Drew of tho Mulson Navigation com
pany, P. I). Inwrcy, J. D. Dole, Illoh-
ards hers, (leorgp II. Angus, Oeorgo
Itodlek and others spoke, and wltlio.it
exception they opposed tho limited
tlmo ghen for handling freight from
the wlianes. It wns stated by mnn
who In tho last few days liavo mado
a personal Investigation of tho prob
lem, that wharf facilities In Honolulu
aro too Inadequate to allow tho dis
charging of a cargo nnd Its distrlhu
thin within the short tlmo allowed by
tho proposed rules.
Tho Kales llsciisd.
Only two of tho regulations wero
tajion up. ono which allows foreign
freight tn remain mi tho wharves only
forty-eight hours nfter a general ord
or from the custom house, and nnoth
or which limits tho time In which
domestic freight may bo removed
from n wharf to within three, days
after such freight Is discharged from
A motion was passed that tho sense.
of tho meeting bo that not less than
seventy-two hours bo allowed for the
handling of foielgn freight, and after
n long discussion, tweho duys wns
recommended as tlio tlfno limit for re
moving domestic freight. Then It np
penied thnt many of tho members
present did not desire to pass upon
the rules until after n moro thorough
i Investigation Into the needs of the
.case, nnd both motions wero with
drawn and tlio entire matter referred
to a commltteo.
12. 1). Tenney declnrcd that If de
murrage charges wero assessed
against consignees who wero unable
to get tho freight pit In tho time limit
the consumer would ultimately have
to pay for It. "There aro some
abuses, I admit, or havo been, per
Imps," ho said, but in my opinion
these rules will hamper commerce.
Thoro Is no wharf of sufficient Blze to
handle cargoes witli rapidity and dis
May Drhe IIiisIiiphn Out.
Hichaid lvcrs in a vigorous speech
opposed the ruleB as too radical.
"Such rcgujutions will drive, buslnoss
to tho outsidti ports and It's already
being driven there," ho declared. "The
consumer will have to pay a higher
price In the end becnuso of cjiurges
James Wnkcflold, of tho commis
slon, was present nnd spoko briefly,
stating that tho rules havo been put
forward merely as suggestions. "At
tho start, tho commission sent out
twenty letters to tho business men of
the city, nsklng for suggestions on the
rules and got only Iho replies," ho
aid. "We also took tho mutter up by
Interviewing many persons, and the
ruins aro based on the results of this
Tho meeting wns not ono of oppo
sition to the harbor commission In
nny sense, Tho business men seemed
ready to support tlio commission, but
bellow that the condition of tho
whnncs hero Is such that cargoes
cannot be handled under tho pro,
John I'lsher, employed on tho Hotel
Tnft, In courso of (onMnictloo nt New
Haven, Conn, fill eleven Moiles nnd
escaped with n slight cut over nn eye.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY'
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. AH druggists refund
the money if it 'fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MUDIC1NE CO Bt. Uiui.'U 3.' A.
T i ji i.
IN TII15 C1ROU1T COUNT Ol' THC
Hirst Judicial Circuit, Territory of Ha
wnll. At Chambers. In Probate. In
tba matter of the listnte of Melo lllpa,
Deceased. Notice to Creditors. Notice-
Is hereby given that Letters of Admin
istration have been Issued to Iilshop
Trust C'oinimnv. Limited, nn llnwnllnn
corporation, nn Administrator of tlio
totc ot Melo lllpa, late of tho City
and County of Honolulu, Territory "of
Hawaii, deceased. All creditors of the
said estuto nro hirchy notified to pro
si nt their claims against tho said es
tate, duly uuthintlcoted, .and with,
proper ditchers, If any exfsti even
though tho said claims bo secured by
mortgage upon renl estate, to the said
lllsbop Trust Company, Limited, nt Its
olllcc, No. 924 llilhcl street, Honolulu
uforcsnld, within Fix (G) months from
tho ditto hereof (which Is tho dnto of
tho first publication of this notice);
otlurwlso such claims, If nny, will bo
forever barred And nil persons In
debted to tho snld estnto nro hereby no
tified to make Immediate payment to
tho undersigned ns such Administra
tor. Dntijl nt Honolulu, T. If., Au
gust 15. 1911. D1S1IOI' TItUST COM
PANY, LIMITIID. Administrator of tho
l.stnto ot Melo lllpa, deceased.
(1003 Aug. IS, 22, 29; Sept. C, 12.
in Tim rmcuiT cotntT or Tin:
l'lrit Judicial Circuit of the Territory
of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Dlvorco.
Christina Mnrtlne, Llhcllant, vs. Ignn
tlo Mnrtlne, Libeller. Libel for Di
vorce. "Notice. To Ignntlo Mnrtlne, II
bellee herein, you nro hereby1 notified
lliat'tlie nbove-entltleil cause, thesnma
being for n divorce from you on tho
grounds of desertion nnd non-support,
Is now pending In tho nbove-entltled
Court nnd Hint the same will bo "beard
and determined on Hat unlay, the 21sl
ilny 'of October. 1911, nt tho hor of 9
oclncK n. in. or said uny. In llie rourl
room of tho Presiding Judgo nt Cham
hers, or ns soon thereafter ns counsel
can be heard. Dated, Honolulu, this
Hth day of August. A. D. 1911. (Rgd.)
V M. HAtmiHON. Clerk, Circuit Court,
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hn
unll. (Hial.) Clem K. Quliin, attor
ney for llhcllant.
BOO: Aug. 15. 22. 29; Kept. 5. 12, 19.
The time fof receiving designs, for
I he 1912 Floral Parade poster has been
extended to Hepteniber 1, 1912.
In the first competition, nn award
Tho prlso of Ono Hundred Dollars
offered still holds good for such design
ns may be accept d.
d. p. it. ij?nNiinna.
Chairman. 1912 Plural Pnrnda Poster
Konlnlklljke Paketvaart Maatsehapptj
"They" wero chatting In tho smok'
lug room of n llttlo Konlnlkllljke Pa
kctvuart MattschapplJ co.istor, on a
twu months' run among the Islauds
below tho equator, when some ono
speaking ot tho peninsula, homo ono
else said; "My Impression of tho
Straits Settlements can bo summed
up In n sluglo picture: A stiong, black
mnn, blading In tho center of a mud
dy stream, hying to split a lock with
Now this always provokes a laugh;
It Is venerable and Infallible. Hut to
my surprise', says rtcdoilck S. Isham,
Iho novelist, ono of the smoking room
contingent, on this occasion It par
tially failed. What was tho trouble?
Tho delinquent, the one man out of
seven who didn't laugh, was sallow,
suturnlne nnd English.
"What's tho matter, old chap," nak
ed the novelist. "Don't yon see tlio
point, or aro you waiting until to
monow to wnke up to It?"
Tho other turned his head wearily.
"See tho iKiInt?" ho said snilly. I,"
should think I did. I ought to. I,"
tragically, "am tlio iiinu who owned
Then we, knowing ho Jiad lived
tvienty-flvo years In (ho Oilent, be
came silent; our laughter ceosed. A
sympathetic melancholy dcsconilod
upon us, Kiigllsliman or not, we took
him to our henit of hearts and mado
u biotlior ot him.
Forgot Duty When Bidding on Steam,
The contract for tho construction
of one boat for tho use o tlio coast
r.rtlllcry companies In laying nnd lo
cating mines In I'hlllpplno wutors,
has been let to tho Aim or "W. S.
Ilnlloy and company, of "Hongkong.
Tho contract prlco Is 22;7.10 posos, tho
company to piy Iho customs duties,
which amount tn nearly GO jicr cent
of Iho cost.
This boat wnph(-(infn;ifft'TinMng t)io'
many vnileties or floating crart, In
that It will havo u glass bottom for
thn pnrposo of giving an opportunity
to tho nrtlllorymcn to locnlo mines
upon tho bottom of the bay. The oth
er bidder for this contract was the
Tnlkoo dock and engineering company
nf Hongkong, who mado n low bid,
thinking that tho go eminent paid
teh customs duty or remitted tho
nan'io upon properly for tho army.
They wlthdiow their hid later upon
getting permission Horn tho chief
Miiutterninstcr of tho division.
.'"Weakly Hilletlull per iw.,,tl"W.u..w. v
VKMELt TO ARRIVE
Tuesday. Aua. 22. J
Central and 'South 'Am.erlc.in ports
lluyo Maru, T. K. K. S. S.
Wednesday, Aug. 23.
Hawaii via Maul ports Clamllno,
San Kranclsco Lurline, M. N. S S.
kaual porta-W, O. Hall, stmr;
Friday, Aug. 25.
Konn nnd Knu ports Mnuna Loa,
Saturday, Aug. 26.
llllo via way ports Mnuna Kea
Sunday, Aug. 27.
Hongkong via Japan ports Persia,
P, M. 8. S. ' l
Maul, Moloknl nnd Lanal ports
Kauai ports Klnnu, stmr,
Monday, Aug. 28.
San Francisco Mongolia, p. M. S.
Wednesday, Aug. 30.
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlne
Knual ports W. O. Hall, stmr.
VIMELt TO DEPART
Tuciday, Aug. 22.
Maul, Moloknl and I.anal ports
Mlknlmla, stmr., S p. tn.
Kauai ports (windward) Noeau
stmr., 5 p. in.
Kaunl ports Klnnu, stmr., G p. m.
Wednesday, Aug. 23.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S., 10
Thursday, Aug. 24.
Hongkong via Japan ports Huyo
Maru, Jup. stmr.
Kauai iwrls W. O. Hall, stmr., G
' 'Friday, Aug. 25.
Hawaii via Maul iorts Claudlnp."
stmr., G p. in.
Sunday, Aug. 27.
Sau Francisco Persia, p. M. 8. S.
Monday, Aug.. 28.
Hongkong ln Japan ports Mongo
lia, P. M. 8. S.
Kauai jiorts Noeau, atnir., G p. m.
Tuesday, Aug. 29. Tj
San Francisco Lurline, M. N. 8..S. ,
Maul, Moloknl and I.anal ortB, '
Mlkaluila, stmr., G p. m .
Illlo via way ports Manna Kea
stmr., 10 n. in.
'Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., G p. m.
Thursday, Aug. 31.
Kauai isirts W. Q. Hall, Btmr., G
p. in. N
Malls are due from the following
points as follows: ,
Snn Francisco Lurline, Aug. 23.
Yokohama Pel sin, Aug. 27.
Colonies Makura, Sept. 12.
Victoria Marama, Bept 13
MalU will depart for the following
points as follows:
Yokohama Mongolia, Aug. 28.
Vancouver Mnkura, Sept. 12.
San Francisco Sierra, Aug. 23.
Sydney Marama, Sept. 13.
DIx at Seattle, out ot commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Mnnlla,
Sherman, sailed Irom Manila, Aug. 14.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
lluford, sailed from Honolulu for San
Francisco, arrived Aug. 1G.
Warren Rtatlonod ut the Philippine-).
Thomas at Sun Francisco under re
J PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
Per stmr. Mnuna Kea, for into vln
way ports. Aug. 22. C. 8. Holloway,
C. A. Hell. Mrs. Bell, Prof. W. T.
ningham, F. W. Damon, Mrs. Damon,
Master Damon, L. von Tenipsky, Miss
N. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lowls,
H. 11. Clifford, Mrs. nlfford, M. M.
Graham, Miss Doyo, H. W. Durdeu,
Mrs. Harden, J, Monsnrrat.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai porlR,
Aug. 22, Dr. C. Itamus, C. 8. Judd
Mrs. C. II. Cooke and 3 children, D.
Lyons, Mrs. Lyons, M. Modelios, Mrs.
K. Ynnngihnrn, L. K. Yoiib, llov. 8.
K. Kaullll, 'Mrs. E. n. Ill Idgewater,
Mrs. K. Illschoff, W. A. U-ine, Mrs.
Lane, B. A. Kniulson, Mrs. Knmtson,'
Miss P. 8towart, A. H. Itlco, C. A.
lllco, Miss Itutli Llndley, Miss Wood
man, Miss 1). Hundley, Mrs. Douse.
Per stmr. Mlkahaln, for Maul, Mo
lokal nnd Lanal ports, Aug. 22 Mrs.
P. J. Monohan, J. F. Hums.
Per Btmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii via
Maul ports, Aug. 25 Hlslinp Uobort,
W. Mnckay, A. r. Ewart.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Konannd
Knu poits, Aug. 29 L. Knuwo, lloso
Ilrown, May Low, Miss U. Lyons, It.
Wallace Mrs. Wallace',' II. Jones, R.
(1, Allen, Mrs. Allen, A. Pohina.
Lumer En Route to Hllo..
llllo Importers expoct-tho arrival of
tho American schooner ltoreulls, now
twenty-seven iluya out from Ofays
Harbor. Tho llttlo schooner Mclipso
from Iho sumo jmrt nnd which sailed
sixteen das ago for Hllo Is aUn look
ed for at any day, According to ad
vices received hoio tho schooner Pros
per Is on the berth nt Oraj-H Harbor
In load lumber for tho Hawaii m'otro-
bb . a
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