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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1911.
Honolulu- 'llilril Higuc.
Honolulu t'h.ipli r llnrk
Alnlin 'Icmplc KiL'uliir.
Al visiting merabirn oi tto
Ord aro cordially invited to
attend meetings of local todgrs
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
' -URINE ENGINEERS' Jhei aiio
BENEFICIAL AFSnp-IATIQrl ciation. cor.
HAWAIIAN TRItlE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
-Meets vrrv llrxt and thlnl TiiiwIiiv
of rnrh innntli in I'r.iU-rnUv Hull, I i
O r 1'iillittiig Htlng luollur i or
dl.illi liiMlnl I" otic ml
II IHSriX i4.li l III
I. lnKli r il II
KONOLULU LODGE, (.16, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No Cl, D. P. O.
Elks, meets !n their li.aU, on King
treet, npar Fort, evry Friday eve
ning. Vlsltlug Brothers are cordially
tavltsd to attend
d i' jt isi:vm:no, n. n.
ai:q. t km v.hva.. sec.
w WM. KoKINlEY I0DdE. HO. 8,
A ' !!
' Mes every 2ml and 1th Saturday
,,-' iTtolDK t 7 30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Foil and Hcretanla. Visit
ing brothtn cordially tnvitud to at
Und. F. F. K1MIKT, C. C.
B. A. JAC01ISON, K. H. B.
OAHU LODGE NO,1, K. of P.
" Meets every Hist mill llilril l'rliliy lit
i'SO o clock, l'ytlil in I lull, mrncr Here
jtit'iHiu.i huh rori streets, v isiting iirutn
; era conllnllj lnltl to attend.
k iicrii:tt, c c.
o. HKi.vi; ic of n. . s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
" Meets on second onil fourth Wcdiies
J ilny evening of cmh inoiith nt 7.30
i oVIoik. In Snn Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near llmuii VJsltine lirothcra
i a ro Invited to ntt ml
oi:o A DAVIS, W. P.
WM C MVOY. Secy.
Stomach, Liver, Kldnty ami
TMt WOKDIIRO aiNJAMIN I
AOTHIS flCTUHK MUST
r ( on cwrwv PCftC
TRADE MA F4K
iKiam MCMtot Co
ma ti ", ofnci
j C-n WvMtwo. DrPf-(L S" &
h. Us- rt Appetite, HcMilHwtaiBff, tai
d Wwtd on Ste-wc. Ble-J .rfdmi.
Sin biatakcti ktlct t-fcUflf. ick Head
Duucf, Cald Tonjuf, fiiloutficu,
oppe. Digu trwr. OaUl tuijk itu,
kUna. BtnUbonc. I-cvm. fired reelmi,
Jauodtce. BuUchc, Diit Crwrl, nd
Uaa Bob! Ti Uk. BldJcf t TnubX
cjiurMaf Khmtpttuai! loapuie Blood, Calanb,
" ScnfuU MtluchuU, Ncivetti Dsorderi,
Sleciirancu, Hmatti Wonai, Cutu G
Mpln Ancnuc Ooduiua(
A itmt Todic for WonMti.
V .I1.00 pw fcettte lor .50, t lor tSO
NdiccUjo. Dcaumra Cr;ouaJ Hattla
oauiu no aluit. TlwtHore die iuhi
I km iMtM tuy ? vi dtthily
Honolulu Drug to.
I MILTON & PARSONS
Are ohowinfi tlio
LATEST PARI8IAN ErTECTS IN
Opposite Youno Hotel
ADVANCE SHOWING OF
MISS POWER'S PARLORS .
'till' Boston Block ittij
JOHN A I'Al.MKIt has rcilmicil
tin- ileiuitj tax nsic-wor Jul) ninl will
take ilio in.uiiincinont of tlio Unhcr
I'APTAIN llll.l, of tlio DrltlHh nrmy
Is tirocecilltif; lo tho tniilnlnliil a a
through iaiactiBCr InMlio Pacific Mall
II. M. 1IKPIIUIIN ha hrcti npiiolnl
cil as HiiL'Kciitntlvo of llic Chamber
of ('ninincrco ttllh the Oaliu Iniiiroic
J., IL .MAISOON, .maiiaficr of th
Honolulu AimiKPUiciit rniup,n, will
leao on Iho Korea tti1n Tor Hun
I'niiU'lPL'i) lt look lifter theatrical
A. T KWINd, n harrlsler from IM
ineinlon, Mliorta, Is iminWrrtl iiiiioiik
tho throiiRh iiae!ii;orH In the P.ielllc
.Mall Korea, which Is .1 lsltor at the
J It Mel.AI'dllhIN, a prominent
fealtln merchant, Is a imssenner In
the Korea en route In the mainland
after Ii.uUik made an extended lour
of Hie Orient
W II LAMPHKniT nnd Mra. tain
preehl are roturnlni; from u hone)
inoun Hpeiit In dm Orient and arc ls
HorH at Honolulu today as through
luinsensers In the Koie.i.
rOMMANDHU C S. W1I.UAM3 of
the I nltuil States Navy and lalo of the
I S Ilia n v, Is returning to tho
malnhiild as a passenger In the Pacific
.Malt Rteamer Koiea. It Is understood
that riiiiun.inilcr Williams will re
ieli merited promotion upon tils re
turn In tho Stales.
WOO CHUN Yi:.N CliniKU dc Ar
f.ilies to Mexico Is n through liasnen-
ger In the Piulllc Mall liner that l
Ited llonnliilu today. The Chinese
diplomat una for hoiiio time past the
Imperial Chinese Consulnr represen
tatlt stationed lit Yokohama. Ho
was tlio guest of prominent local
Chinese during the stay of the Korea
nt the poit.
Jilt i:T.UinT A COI.SON', former
I) secretary and marshal of. tho U. 8
Consulate at Canton, has resigned ns
a meiuher of tho Philippines civil ser
lro eamlnlng hoard and Is n pas
senger In tho Korea for the United
States Mr Colson entered tho chll
sen Ice In mot It In understood that
he will Join tho stnu of tio United
States civil service commission In
Washington, I). C.
AHKAM U COIIY. rormer-pastor of
the Christian church of this city. Is
a through passenger, with his family,
on the Korea, and will spenk at tho
Christian Church, Alakca and King
stiects, this eenlng. All members, of
the congregation and tho friends and
ncuunlntanccR of Mr. .Cory'uro cor
dially Imltcil. to bonthc meetlngjn
hTnr him on their ureal work n tho
Chlneso Kmplrn nud In extend lo him
their iiloha An elTort was inado to
hai! Mr Cory stay ocr otio boat,
hut his mission with tho unlxerslty
of Nanking nil In for his hastening to
the mainland and ho takes tin- his trip
on thu Korea tomorrow morning.
BIG SALES ON
Annniincemeut of un extra dividend
of fifty cents per shnro to ho paid
September ti by thu Hawaiian Com
mercial &. Sugar Company, sent that
stock up to 12.". today, tho session of
tho stock exchango this morning
largely tesolvlug itself into a Hading
beo In Hawaiian Commercial. Tho
last salo waa at 11.75.
The Milumo of business on tho mar.
kct today was unusually largo. Oahu
Sugar company keeps rising, a rumor
that thu building of tho big irrigation
tunnc,uiiuld bo handled by tho form
ation of n special water company mak
ing tlio lncstorH In Oahu less anx
ious ns to dividends. Olaa, Pioneer,
Wnlalua und Knit wcru all in doniand,
Wulnlua reaching l27.r.U and staying
thi'io. Kwa rose a quarter point on
Tho two special dividends an
nounced seetul days ago, two dollars
each for HalKu and Pain, together
with tho regular dollar, wero declared
REV. CORY TO
With tho an ha this imirulug In
1 tlio Pacific Mall llnor Koioa from the
Oileut, theio i'oiiiii again to Honolulu
' Itov A. K. Coiy, onto pastor of thu
Cm Intl. tn ciiurui. This ci cuing, com
mencliiK at 7.3K o'clock, ho will
proacli In tho Christian chinch, which
it Is expectod, will bo tilled with tn
Itov. Corj, who mado mnny filemlti
hero, ilui lug his pastorate, lias been
in China for scleral jchrs. Ho Is io
luriiln? to tho Htitcs, accompaulcd
b Mrs. Cory and two rhlldrcn.
liming hia ickIiIchco In this city, ho
was looked iiioii ns nno of most cln
cjtiuiit speakurs In tho cominuiilly.
Because of tlio refusal of tho firm to
lnlso the wanes of six workmen, seven-ty-llMi
turned workmen In the shoo
factory of J. It. Walker & Co. at Lynn
went on u tdilltu,
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
Bp Fitted VVitlLarge Tanks for the Transportation of
Molasses Vessel to Be Laid Up at Seattle Korea In
Port and to Resume Voyage to San Francisco at Nine To
morrowFew Filipinos Among the Passengers.
fifty thousand dollars Is to ho
spent on the Malson NaUgnlhi'i
freighter Hyades In ciinxcitlng that
cssel Into practically a "tanker" for
tho transportation of nmlasscH from
Island ports to the Pacific const. j
Tho liynilcs is now supposed to bo
en route from San Francisco to Se
attle. It Is reported tnal tho Moran
Shipbuilding Company of Seattle liaio
secured tho contract for making the
Important alterations In the II ikIch
which will placo that vessel out of
rnmmlsslon for ono or mote trips.
Tho Illlonlnti will In all probability
tnke up tlio inn of tho Hyadcs during
Tho Hyadcs Ukui leaxlng the shljW
yard will bo ono of the first molasses
InnkciH In the Pacific. More space
for fuel oil will also be Installed nt
the sntuo time. The Hj tides has been
engaged in tho molasses cairlng
trade between Knliuliii and tho coast
for months. A largo share If tills
commodity has been carried In druniri.
The loading nnd dlschaiglng of the
syrups has pioicd to be n difllcult
Tho Malson Navigation .Company
arc said tOH'ontpinplnto.se.nding down
shipments of fuel nil to thV" Hawaiian
Islands In the tanks which on the re
turn trip will carry molasses.
At Knliuliii thcro Is alrcndy a Inrgo
storage capacity to tho tanks erected
by the sugar companies there. At
ono tlmo the lljadcs was owned by
tho ttoston Tow Hont, Company' and
,waa.n. factor )n tho Orlontal trnde
licforo having licon acquired by Cap
tain William Matson and added to the
fleet of lessels which now regularly
make Iho Islands and Honolulu.
Th'o Hyadcs Is supiinscd to bo tinn
ed over to tho Moron yards In Octo
ber which would indicnto that tho
esspl will mnko ono more trip to
Honolulu with cargo and return with
sugar and molasses.
Spoke Dismasted Bark.
Captain Schultz of the Kosiuoh
steamer Osiris, nrrhlug jestcrday,
reported haling spoken tho Italian
bark Pasqunllnn, which was disman
tled recently off ho cast coast of
South America. Tho esBel has since
been reported as haling toadied Mon
tevideo and to lurio continued bcr
lojngo ftoni Pcnsncola to lluenos
A) res, According to tho log of the
Oslils Iho disabled essel was seen
on May 23d In latitude 14.10 south
hmglliido no 30 west. Tho greatet
portion of her gear was missing and
sho had lost n portion, f her deck
load of lumber. First' Officer Hlehr
was sent off from tho Oslils lo In
quire If assistance, was needed by tlio
disabled icsscl. While she was In a
bad way tho skipper of Iho Italian
baik said Jio would try to reach Mon
tevideo .on his own hook rather than
tn Incur tho prlco of n tow. Ho must
haio changed his mind, for It ap
peals that tho vessel was towed Into
Montevideo on Juno 10th by another
steamer. Sho then continued In tow
for her destination. Chronicle.
Japanese Spared a Horrible Fate.
The Pacific Mall steamer Korea
linings a story of tho timely rescue
of a party of Jnpancso flshcrmc.4
clinging desperately to tho lono must
of their waterlogged fishing bout
whllo tho wao swamped craft bo
neallt them laboied heavily In Iho
hwcII of tho nnen soa hlng In tho
pathway of tho Oloif Noitheiu liner
Minnesota whlui wax proi coding from
Mojl to Nagasaki and Manila.
Captain (larllck, master or- Iho Id';
liner ran acioss tlio distiossed tlshci
men nnd took tho hugo icssol round
on a gicat curvo and hiought her ua
so that tho Ilshlng bout lay light un
der hcr-how, Imiidliinr her Immcuso
bulk with ns much precision nnd case
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. I704 Wines and Liquors MI704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
as ho would a liny rlicr launch. To
the exhausted men thliti feet below
lines wore thrown which the) attach
ed under their nriuplts, und then with
it "Yo bravo ho'" the) were diawn
up to safely. Not a boat was lower
ed, and but twenty minutes passed
fiotn Iho time tho men wero sighted
until Iho moment when tho Minne
sota dicw nwii) from the luckless lit
tle craft and headed for Nagasaki.
Watch Your Outgoing Mall.
If i on have put off letter wilting
lo the Inst minute and miss tho clos
ing hour nt the I ostofllce, necessitat
ing the posting of a letter nt the Ala
kea wharf pouch, be sure that It Is
enclosed In a -internment stamped
em elope nnd not ono bearing an nf
flxcd stamp. Uncle Sam Is mlghtv
particular ns to tho manner in which
Ills mall Is handled. Tho steamship
companies are liable to ii stiff fine
should letters ho received on board
their vessels other thnu In stumped
cm elopes. In event of tho Pacific
Mall liner Korea departing for tho
coast nt flvo o'clock this evening this
rulo will bo rigidly uiforcod nnd ty
In presumed that a quartermaster will
ho stationed nt Iho gangway to In
spect any nnd nil mull matter pre
sented. t. . in
Honolulan Will Make Short Stay.
It is tho present Intention of Cas
tle and Cooko,tq dispatch tho Mal
um liner iHrsiOliilsn for HlUvand Isl
and .juirta aL:.t"p-o'cloclc' tomorrow
afternoon.. rab.-.lInnolnlan has been
ii'ixirted throdgh wireless ns ucnrlnfc
Iho port und duo to arrlvo hero early
I onion mv morning. As tho vessel
bns less than, ono hundred tons gen
eral for Honolulu the early departure
it is bolicvcd can bo easily arranged.
There Is nearly, five thousand tons
freight for discharge nt HIIo. Tho
vessel Is bringing down thirty-six
p.issengeis and later maintain! mall
The vessel will dock at Ilackfild
Steamers Using Suez Canal.
In tho annual report of tho Suez
Compani for into It Is shown that
1ho time leading lines using tho Ca
nal aie Hritlsh Arms, and Hint these
threo aluiio represented approximate
ly "A per cnt nt tho cntlro tonnage
pissing lliiough the Canal. The fourth
111 m Is a (lei man ono. The tonnage
or the four leading firms nro ns un
der: Peninsula and Oileutnl, 1,21 1.
"00 tons; Hllermaii Lines, Limited,
l.ilS.lOO tomi; Alfred Holt and Co.,
U0D.3U0 tuns; llansa Lino, S3 1, 100
Discrepancy In Existing Charts.
Captain Asplund, of the steamer
Shoshone, at Hnqulam, Is icspouslhlc
for the statement, that during his ttlp
nnd whllo II f teen miles nut at sea off
Ilccato Heads, soundings showed but
twentv-four fathoms of water. Tho
dlsrotcry is marked as ono of un
usual interest to tho navigators who
haio piled between Pacific Coast ports
mill ns n result it Is ptobablo that
tho (loierninonL will mnko u minute
Invistlgatlou l.ijcr, ns charts show a
depth of at least forty-six fathoms in
tho path taken by tho coasters,
Another Recruit In Fleet of Barges.
The Amotlran ship Aloxnndcr nth'
son, another of tho sailing vessels to
ho com ci tod Into a barge, had a
bard passago from tho Coast to New
Yoik. She wan compelled to put Into
Valpaialso ami Harbadocs, and Jot
llsoucil a l.iicu part of her deckioad.
Small Asiatic Mail,
Forty-lour sacks of mall mostly
taken on at Jnpancso iwrts wuh land
ed nt Honolulu this morning following
tho arrival of tho Pacific Mall steam
TIDESSUN AND MOON
I HI Ml
3 S3 Ml
7 SO S Ii
First qunrtir of the moon Aug. 30.
Tlmo not stated In tables. '
cr Korea. The vessel Is scheduled
for departure at nine o'rlnck tomor
row morning. The vessel will sail
with nearly one hundred additional
passengers booked nt II. Hackfeld &
Co., the local agents.
Spark from the Wlrelesi,
A.-il. S. S. Honolulan, en routo from
Snn Francisco, 8 p.. in., Aug. 31. 500
tulles from Honolulu. Moderate trndo
wind nnd sea. IJxpect to dock lit
10:30 it. m., Saturday. All well.
M. N. 8. 8. Lnrllne, en route Irt 8nn
Finnclsco, S.30 p. m Aug. 31717
miles off port. Moderate northeast
wind and sen.
eteran Skipper Commands Hawaii,
Captain Sam Mima, the veteran
skipper or the lost Mol Wnhlne, which
was run down by the United States
llghthouso tender Kukul has been ap
liolntcit lo the command of tho yacht
Bar the Peddlers from Steamer
Owing to tho numerous thefts com
mitted on board tho P. & O. steam
crs at the various pnrtH of call, an
order has been received forbidding
mnncy-chniigcra, peddlers and news
paper and postcard sellers going on
board tho company's vessels nt Sing,
(.pore or elsewhere.
Pacific Mall Reported a Deficit.
Tho annual rcKirt of the Pacific
Mall Steamship Company for Ihejenr
ended April .10 shows a deficit of
nearly $200,000. Tho receipts for
11)11 amounted to $4,974,819. nnd the
disbursements to $4,819 fi,19, leaving a
net Income of $155,181, against which
a sum of $351,457 Is charged for re.
pairs, etc, to steamers, leaving n
deficit of $100,270.
Chef Moroni Completes Tour.
Chef V. Moroni, appointed by the
management, at the Pacific Mall
Stonmshlp Company to make lan cx-
luimcu mur-ui unu-rvi' uhwwmi i-di
Iho same time nay a: visit of Inspec.
Hon In a number of llnors belonging
to the lunll licet with a view of an
improvement In tho service. Is now
on tho last leg of tho trip which has
taken tho greater part of four months
Slnco departing from San Francisco
Chef Moroni has met with' a number
of Pacific Mall stewards, gone Into
tho steamer nllcjs and inaugurated a
regular school of Instruction concern,
lug tho duties of chefs who nro sc
lected to preside over Iho gastrono-
mlcnl department of Mall liners. It
Is generally conceded thnt the tour
has brought nhout beneficial results
Tho tnblo set on Pacific Mall steam-
cis nt tho present makes fnvorablo
comparison with tho best of liners
Mrs. Moroni Is a through passenger
in tho Kotca cu i onto to San Fran
They're Not So Stow In Japan.
When It comes to tbo weaving of n
lilt Id fabrication from whole cloth
they aro not so slow In Japan. A
story which fairly eclipses tho tin
Ishcd product of tho yellowest roman
cer who ever, posed us n war corrcs
pondent und fought his battles at the
Astnr llouso bar nt Shanghai, but re
cently npiicnrod In several Japanese
Journals. Tho story, which has been
"dressed up to mnko It look attrne
the. Is given Ihreo scare-heads, as
follows: "Amcilcau Seaman Kvecut
cd; 2nd-rlns8 Stoker Fotind Firing
Hunker.' of New Orleans; Oeorgo Had
Rot Into had Habits In "Yohohamn.
Tho story Is reproduced ns follows:
"Tho Tokyo Nlchl NIcliI reports
that second-class .stoker Qeoigo of
the American cruiser Now Orleans,
which loft Yokohama for KoboThurs.
day, was executed on tho morning of
tho third on tho ship In tho prosonro
ol nil aboard.
"IJver slnco Iho Mow Orleans nrrlv
cd In Yokohama Oeorgo had been
ticqucnling it bar nt Mnto-inachl, nnd
subsequently no foil In lovo with a
lining Inmalo of tho house. Tho se
quel of this was un old story. Ho
rosortcd to ovll wais to procure mo
I icy lo cnnblo him to sco his sweet
"On the cruiser ho was caught In
tho act of setting ftro to tho ship's
coalbunkora, perhaps In n fit of des
peration. Ho was tried, and executed
for tho cilme.
Of rou iso (ho stiity Is so silly that
no serious notlco need bo taken of It,
siiib Iho Japan Gazelto, hut wo pub
llsh It to draw attention to tho kind
of "iiovvh" Jnpancso join mils publish
fioin tlmo to time, especially when
lorelgners mo stipiiosod to bo con
cerned. 'Frisco Customs Scandal Investigated,
A sectet investigation Into coin-l
plaints of impiopcr Intimacy between
certain customs officials and a
tonis brokerage Arm has been com
pleted before Collector Stratton, stys
tho San Francisco Chronicle. Whllo
the charges of flu Improper uso of a.
customs badge were not sustained try
a preponderance of evidence, suffi
cient wnB brought out to establish
tho allegation that n certain broker
was Tavorcd In obtaining business
through tho connivance of certain of
ficials lo the detriment of his busi
It was shown, alto, that tbo fav
ored broker was often placed In lios
session of Information concerning
customs matters that was withheld
from Iho other iittorne)g and brok
ers, thus giving the favotcd firm an
undue and Improper ndvnntngo over
The charges wero mado by tho firm
of Swnvnc & Hovt, and wero to'tlio
effect that the oung messenger for
the firm of C. 1). Hunker & Co. had
been seen In Chinatown displaying
tho badge of n customs examiner,
supposed to belong lo Customs F.x
nmlncr Martin Nicholson. Ocorgo
Shcpston was tho pilnclpal witness
for the firm oY Swnvno ft'Itoyt. lie'
testified that whllo In Chlnntown ono
day ho saw C. I). Hunker ft Co.'i mes'
sengcr standing on n corner, and that
when Shcpston asked him what ho
wiih doing thorn he replied:' "I am
walling to bring a Chinaman ilowin
lo Iho office, nicy and Martin tllch
olson nro waiting for him thcic."
"Suppose ho won't go with you?'
1 "Never worry nhout that. I guess
this will make him come," savins
which, he drew aside his coat and
showed a badge which appeared to
Shcpston lo ho tho Imdgo of a ens
Hunker A Co, Ihinugh .lilseph I..
Hlcy, a member of Iho firm, prodtic
ed n hnckmnnV niclnl badge, which
tho messenger swore w,ns Iho badge
that was exhibited to. Shcpston. Ni
cholson denied that ho had loaned
his badge to any ono, and being sup
ported by Uley, who la a fnvorlto In
the Custom-house, tho charges were
dropped, nnd a report to tho Secre
tary of Iho Treasury was made em
bodying tho result of tho Investiga
tion so far as It related to tho inci
dent of the badge. ,
Storm bound for four dais, tho Pa
elite 'Mall liner Korea, an arrival at
Ilnnnlnlli this inrirnttlf- nwnltnil thn
'passlns- of 'a mwwtrouv.'typhooii' it
Captain William Fisher had been
advised through tho American cuu
sulutu that a tevcic typhoon was
swinging between tho Philippine isl
anils and tho South China const. Tho
Korea was ready to depart for For
mosa, Shanghai and Japan, when the
storm burst over Hongkong harbor
In nil Its fury, tor Ihreo days it wne
lound Impossible to bring it smaller
crnlt nlongslde tho Koiea which rode
at anchor In the roadstead.
Considerable damage is reported
done smaller vessels such as junka
and sampans which hastily scudded
to the Kowlon side of tho harbor
thcro to remain under tho friendly
shelter of tho nelghboiing hills and
Practically nil deep soa shipping at
the Chinese port was Hcd up during
tho tlmo tho etorm raged over tho
The Korea passed thioiigh the or
deal without a mishap. The vessel
called at Kcclung, Formosa, where u
quantity of lea was taken aboard. A
call was mado at Macao on this trip
und nt Iho Monto Carlo of tho Fur
East nltio chests of prepared opium
was shipped. Tho drug now reposes
in thu Korea strong room and Is be
ing forw aided in bond to New York
.Smaller cons'gnnionti: of toa and
silk were received at Shanghai, hi
departing hum tho last poit of cull
In Japan tho vessel was pcimittcd to
follow her regular Bchcdiilc.
Pursoi "Ulll" Allen slated to tho
visiting newspapermen this morning
that Iho trip across Hid Pacific aftct
leaving-Yokohama was pleasant. Up
on coming alongside Alnken whuif
this morning, I cabin, 18 Filipino,
63 Japanese, 11 Chlneso and ono In
dian passenger loft tho vcsbc). The
through list includes G3 cabin, C4 sec
ond class and 137 Asiatic pasBongors.
A lingo percentage of tho cabin
passcngeis aro ictuiulug missionaries
en invito to tho mainland on extend
cd leave of uImciicc, Contrary to c.x
pectutlous, tlio Korea did not go down
Immediately following tho mooiln;
of the vessel, stovodorcs ficgnn tho
work of discharging seven hundred
and sixty tons cargo dostlned for this
port. Tho freight includes tho usual
variety of Oriental cargo,
Tho Korea carries somo six thou-
snnd tons valuable height for tho
nfjlnlnnd nnd In tho spcclo tanks
thoio is ono and nno-half million yon
in Japanese currency.
Tho Korea Is to ho dispatched for
San Francisco at nlno o'clock tomor
row morning Inking un unusually
largo shipment of prcsorved pine
apples from 'this port amounting to
oer fifteen thousand cases.
Charles Jefferson, famous ns'n Hnr
mini & Halley strong man, dropped
cus-dcud'In New 'York ot-npoplexy,
Friday, 8ept. 1.
Manila via Hongkong and Japan
porta Korea, P. M. 8. 8?, 10 it. m.
Thursday, Aug. 31.
Kauai ports W. ,0. Hall, stmt., 5
p. m. '
I" ' MAILS.
Malta an a m, tlia fMtn4na
Snn Francisco Honolulan, Sept. 2.
niKonnma snttnvo Mam, Sept. 8.
Colonies Makttra, Sopt. 12.
Victoria Marnma, Sept 13
Malls will depart for the followlni
points as follows:
Yokohlltim Amnrlfln llnr.i Cflnl C
Vanconv or Makttra, Sept. 12.
lyan, f-ranciscp Korea, Sept. 1.
Sydney Mnrama, Sept. 13.
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kauai
ports. Aug. 31. Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Cockctl, C. II, Cooke, 3. P. Cooke. II.
I). Haldiiru, Hose Conlrndcs, Mrs.
Sheldon, Miss 11. Controdes, J, K.
Kula, J. Duggan, h. M. Wliltchimse,
Mrs. C. S. Kino, Mrs. 'Lucy Aline, L.
Per P. M. S. 8. Korea, for San Fran
cisco, Sept. 1 H. n. Gallon, Mrs. M,
Mead, Miss Lord, Miss Park, It. K.
Olds and wlfo, J. U Ronton, Mrs. O.
F. Kenton, Mrs. W. F. Frcar and two
children, E. hanger, A. W. Carter,
wife ami two children, Mrs. J. 11
Kelly, Mrs. Janet Robson, Mrs. Win.
K. D.irglo nnd maid, Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Hcig, Mrs. II. Moyer, Miss 13
Cross, Mrs. F. It. Day, Miss Marjorlo
(lllmnn, K. K. Jaeger, wlfo nnd child,
B. W. Davis. Mrs. J. 8. Mcdrcw, .1. T.
Mrfi-rcw, II. II. Wood and Wire, P. II.
Wood, C. W. Kmerson, II. W. For
ward and wlfo. Dr. and Mrs. Chits.
Kent, Hon. James B. Carter, W. T
Itawllns, It, Prntt, J. L. Hurgoyno,
F. J. niscnsohn and wife. Dr. J. N.
McCormnck and wife, W. T. Carden,
Miss K. A. Whiting. XV. II. Whiting,
J. Wakefield, II. Ilocsmnn and wire,
n. Hoesman, Mrs. Alcno Webb, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Atkinson. Mrs. J. P.
Warren, M. A. Warren, II. B. Inland,
Harry Leahy, Jack Doam, O. Fisher,
Mrs. C. O'Mnlcy, Geo P. Dcnlson.
I.CC Clin, Miss G. Ilcrncttn, Miss Mao
Gnlhralth. .1. It. Mngoon, Miss U Sax.
B. West, Mrs. K. F. West. Miss K. M.
Moore, Mrs. O. Weston, T. U Potor
srtn. F. C. Allen and M. T. Miller.
Per stmr. Clnudlno, for Maul and
Hawaii, Sept. 1. W. O. Smith, I,. J.
Wnrron, W. W. Chamberlain, W, J.
Fames, Miss Rose Aid, Miss M, Mae
gotln. TL D. Mende, A Adnms, Mrs.
MtM. GrahnnvJ. J. Walah, W. Walsh,
C.Tlnftrwn.'MlM V. Naukana.'W. F.
Poriio and son, W. 8. Russell and
wire, Miss A. Tnn Yau, Miss I.llllo
Savnrls, Miss N. A. Applegarth, Miss
Mary Lum, Miss 8. 11. Snm, Mrs. II.
Moses and child. Mr. and Mrs. Otto
nerndt. W. D. Stone, R. C. Brown
nnd child, Mrs. Henley and child, M.
G. Pnschonl, wife and two children.
Per stmr. Klniu. for Kauai ports,
Sept. 5 C. H. Brown Mrs. Millie. O.
P. Wilder, A. Lewis. Jr., Mrs. J. H
Soper. Miss n. Sopor, Miss Flora W.
Albright, O. 11. Falrchlld nnd wlfo.
Per stmr. Mlknhnla, for Maul und
Molokul iKirts, Sopt. 5 J. N. 8. Wil
liams, Miss M. Ncvln, Mr. Ferdncr.
Per stmr. Mnunn In, for Kona nnd
Kan ports, Sept. 8 Mrs. Mcsick, Miss
Umii, Mrs. Urn Stnrgan, Miss Muller,
Miss C. Nuhnnu. F. P. Hustacc, wlfo
and children, S. 8. Ralph. W. C.
Pnrke, Miss N. Wallace Mrs. Wal
lace, P. J. Daniel and wife, Miss .1.
II. Jones. j
Per stmr. Manna Koa for HIIo nnd
way ports. Sept. 5 Miss U Mirrlman,
Miss C. P. Games, Eugcno Horner.
A. n. Clark, Jr., A. Hanebcrg, Mr..and
Mrs. E. K. Curlln. II'. D. Rodgers and
wife, Miss Edna Harden, A. J. Mc
Leod and wife..
T A88EN2ER8 ARRIVED I
Per P. M. 8. 8. Koroa from Hong
kong, Keolung nnd Japan ports, Sopt.
1 For Honolulu: II. iB Walker, I.an
In Sill, Leo Lin I-eong. I,ln Kco Sill.
LlnChlu Sul. Through: Chas. Ad
Icr. Miss A. Buckingham, B. A. Col
son, L. II, Dowey. II. C. Ehrenfels.
Mrs. II. C. Ehrenfels, A. T. Bwlng.
Mrs. A. T. Bwlng, J. F. nbolln, Fung
Chuk Dung, Mrs A. Orosjean, Mrs.
W. C. Hendricks, Miss W. Hendricks.
Miss Masn Ilda. H. A. Jitdson,' J. R.
McLaughlin, E. P. Miller, Miss U Mil
ler, V. .Moroni. Mrs. C B. Moseley,
Miss V. Moscloy, Mnstor R. Moseley,
Master H. Mosolcy, Miss M. Moselyo.
Miss M. Moseley, Master p. Mosolcy,
Miss E. Parcy, A. 8. Penrce, Chas E.
8llshy, D. D. Btnvoleyl A. T. U Tscn,
Mrs. P. C. Whltnoy, Comdr. C'8. Wil
liams, F. W, WIlsoU, Mrs. F. W. Wil
son, II. S. Wood, Ynng Clio. Miss M
Young. Ail Shlng Chi, Miss! Van pur
en, Rev. C. Callnnant Mrs.. R. T. C.
Combes, Rev. A. E. Cory, Mrs. A. B.
Cory, Master Cory, Miss Cory, Miss
Cory, Capt. Hill, Mrs. Hill, W. H.
Lamprccht, Mrs. W. H. Lamprecht,
K. W. Mclntyre,, Mra. F. E. Pitkin,
Miss J. II. rltkln, Dr. John A. Politic,
Mrs. John A. Polak, Miss Mary A.
Polak, Pirn Szo Soon. Miss B; M.
Richardson, Hon. Woo Chung Yon,
Mrs, Woo Chung Yen, Infant and 2
Fred Ball, chief or tho Maricopa, Cul .
lire department, vvns killed by a llvo
vvlin nhd n number of firemen weie
Injured hi; foiling walls while fighting
n lire which dcstfOycd one-half tho
business section 9l Maricopa, , ,jm