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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUfcsDAY,.JUNE 4, w.p ' H ft ' fl H ? . ''''( ""' '' I
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Il:i ill t ill Si'iimil III grit-.
IIiiiiiiIiiIii ( li.iplir, It. . II.,
ltd) "I trill.
Oceanic' I hint Negri r.
lil loli.i (lnilir, 0. I'. S.
Al Tltltlot member of
Urdr at cordially Invited to
attend mertlnrs ol local lecliee
Mict on tin
'Jml niul llli
M II II (I.I) s of
nt K. 1'. Hull
8U V. M.
Mi lulu rit of
chilliini i or-
McltlM.l.l I.OIXir, Ml. 8,
h. n( r.
Mix'ls everv 2nd and 4 Hi Satur-
' d.iv evening ut 7 30 udoik In
i K hi I' II ill, tor. lurt and
lioii i mm Visiting brothers
lord'clly iii v iied to utttud
A I I.UITZ, C C.
1. T KII.HUY, K. U. S.
homili'li; i.oiiiir, cm, 11. i'. o. 1:.
jf. v Honolulu IxmIbu No Cll,
l& if II 1' O Klks, meets In
their hall, on Kill); St,
in ii I'ort, every l'rldaj
evening Visiting llroth
irs are lordially Invited
a r mip.i'iiy, ii n
li m .ssti i:i:. sec.
oa hi; i.oikii: mi. t, k. of r.
6Vl Meets eurj Mist and third I'rl-
elay at i !U oilnck, Pythian
I Hall, eonier lien (aula and
I'ort streets VIslHng brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
1 A HAWKINS (' C
o iii.im: k if it. & s
HAW U1AN '1 It I It i: Ml. t, I. 0. It. M.
Meets eery llrst and third
TuuhiHy of each mouth In
rratemlty Hall, I O O I
building VI-ntliiK brothers
cordially united to attend
IinNUY A ASCII, Sacl.em
1.01'IS A rKHKY, C of It
IIONOM'l.l! Al'ItH' 110, V. 0. E.
j'T'in Meets on second nnd fourth
fSi'9fc Wednesday ovenlng of each
.ifiM' month at 7 SO o'clock. In
u K of 1' Hull, corner Kort
nnd Iteretanl.i Visiting brothers uio
Ins Hid til attend
WM JONKS, W. V.
J W ASCII, Secy.
IIOMIM'l.t) IiOIKii: M). Mil,
I,. II. 0. U
will meet In Odd fellows' building,
I'ort htieet, neir King every Friday
evening at 7 .10 o'clock
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIIltOSi: I WIIIT55, Dictator.
II A JACOHSON, Stcretary
Importer Fort St
MILTON &. PARSONS
PHONH 3083 FORT STREET
Boston Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
BCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Juit received by S. S. Sierra, the
very lateet In fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS) also ONE PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
MCi FORT STREET
W ' ZEA VE
V K. UYE3DA
Wm- 10Z7 NUUANU STREET
USSi Vp to-date Millinery and Men'i Hata
wili'n "liili' "hi 'HiirfflfilfBiinlllilli ' ai, 'Al.Mi,
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
CAPTAIN ECCLESTON WILL BID
FAREWELL TOJMILE AT 'FRISCO
Chief Officer Lapraik of Manchuria Believed Will Be His Suc
cessorChorus Girlies Back In Dear Old Honolulu Ki
lauca Brinqs Much Sweetness Mauna Kea Departed
With Hilo Freight and Mails Many Inter-Island Steam
ers Getting Away Today.
Cililnln I' tl 1' Krt lesion n UoMil
Mall skipper, ninKter of the new I'adf
l Mail Intel mediate steamei Mle, will
bid rarewell to that tommand upon
airlal of the liner at Han Frandseo
In less than ten )cars from thu
present date, should Captain Hides-
ion remain In the land of the HUuK,
In will bo eligible for rctlretnint on a
substantial pension bestnwid b) the
lloyul Mull line, with which he has
been connected for many ears
Captain 1'iilistun bases the steam
er Nile vihli.li was founerls In Iho
Itisci I'lntlc sen Ice. and within the
past few months has passed Into the
(oiitrol of the I'adllc Mall, to take up
tho lommainl of another essel oper
ated li the Ito)al .Mall Compati).
Chief OllUir tleo. S Lapraik. who
for a iiiiislikrublo llino his served
with ireillt as dilef otllcor In th"
hieanier Mane huriu, Is designated as
the in t skiiipir of tho Nile l.apralk
can (mint his friends In this port by
lie IckIoii He is a Ope of steamship
lean who simph cannot help heiotn
Ini? iiopular with shippers, travelers
and all thoso who hau to do with the
business of the port.
It Is with ninili reBret, however
that thu staff of ollkers in thu Mle
are obllKod to sever their heretofore
happ relations with Captain Hides
'1 ho Nile was an carl) arrival this
innrnlnK and was alongside the Alakea
wharf before 'J o'clock. LandliiK 42
i.ibln and n larno number of steeraKe
passengers, luiliidlui; 12 Japanese, 1
Chinese, 102 l'lllilnos, and 1.! Rus
sians, the scene at tho wharf proved
a decidedly animated one, In that at
least a score of the cabin coutiiiKcut
were members of tho HiiKhes Musical
Comedy Company who aio rcturnlii1,'
to this ilty after a successful mason
In Iho Orient Tho throUKh list In
eludes Inn calilu, 10 eecond class and
2J Asiatic steeraKe passtiKjcrs.
Purser 1. Illoumcr reports a line trip
nitoss tho I'adlle. The presence of a
live bunch of theatrical peoplo lesull
cd In a hupp) series of conceits
dames nnd entertainments Inklnu
place iilKhtl), ill which most every one
No stowavn)s wero found, much to
tho satisfaction of the ollWcrs.
In u collection taken at Hie lonilu
siou of n tliealllcal culeilaliimeiit
aboard ship in mid ocean over one
hundred dollars win inlsid. A K'
clous portion of Ibis mini was tut mil
our to tho cam of two little orphans
now traveling from Manila to Ilos(on.
Torty dollais weie m t aside to lie glv
in lo a Coast 'lltanli fund
Tho Nllo will have less than l.'.n
tons largo nt llonoliilu Tho through
list Includes li.OD tons, of which SOU
hales of silk form a Kooilly portion, A
mall amouutliiK to 41 sacks was do
llvered to the local postidllio author!
'I he Nllo is sdiediiled to depint for
Kau Kijtidsco at a o'clock this even
Tho vessel will tarrj only u few
layover passengers ami will be given
a Inter ac cumulation of mall destined
for the mainland.
New Inter-ltland Schedule.
The Inter Island company will Inane:
urate its now servlc.o lo tho 111k Island
Saturduy afternoon, icturuliiK hero
Tuesday morning, and leaving again
for llllo Wednesday morning. To keep
race with the nddid sen transportation
facilities the Volcano llonso wll have
an additional seivlco, via tho Hilo
Hnllronil and the new Packard autobus
louin, pallium ni the hotel having the
additional oppoitunlt) to visit the era
ler In iiuo of the busses without nihil
lionul charge. One tilp by bus to tho
lavn lake Is Included In tho now com
Kona and Kau Sugar Report.
According lo puiser's repot I, arriv
ing In thu Intel Island steamer Klluu
en. the following augur is awaiting
(shipment on Hawaii II. A. Co. I2."U,
Hutchinson S2r, Kukiilhaele :iri2". Ho
nokau 'J200, Puauhau rliiil, Paaullo 21,
70U, Kukalau bill,
Sweetness Galore In the Kllauea.
Sugar to thu amount or 12,000 sacks
ni rived as pmt cargo In tho Intel -Islander
Klluuvn this morning Tho es
rel returned from her regular pen Is of
call along tho Kona and Kau coast
svlt,tin!&J, . wita
2 cows, 13 calves, 2 horses, II crates
pigs. 27 crates chickens, 2 turkeys, 47
cases fruit, 7 barrels llsh, !l sacks awn,
4ft sneks bran, ltd bales hides, ti crates
eggs, 140 packages sundries.
The vessel Is reported to hnvo met
with line weather on the homeward
trip. Tho steam r Nlllinu was passed
off Piinaluii taking on sugar.
Mauna Kca Carried Tourists.
Tourists cn route to tho Volcano
weru numbered among tho dolegntlon
of passengers who dupatled for llllo
and way ports this morning in tho
Inter Island flagship .Mauna Kea.
Tho vessel was liberally supplied
with general cnigo The Mauna Kea
Is to reditu hero early Satuiday mom
ing niul will receive it very prompt
dispatch over the sumo route that aft
eriiooii Tho Milium Kea will eutel
on the twice a week schedule with tho
trip Saturday afternoon.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Table to Merchants
Tuesday, June A.
(JAVIOTA Arrived, Juno 3, shin
I'alls of Clyde, heuco May 11.
Temperature n. in., 71; S n. m.,
,, 10 n m., 77; 12 noon, 74; minimum
last night, 71.
Wind li a. m, velocity 2, direction
S. , S n. m , velocity 2, direction S.
W.; 10 u m., velocity 7, direction S,
W ; 12 noon, velocity II, direction U
.Movement past 21 hours, lo'j miles.
Ilurometer ut 8 n. in, 30.04. Hula-
tlvo humidity 8 a. in. 7.1. Absolute
liuinldlt) H a. m, 7 018 Dew point nt
S a ni, 1,0. 'lota! ralnfull past 24
I ours, ll.
Koine liliu of vvlmt the wrecked
Huiiiislilii Titanic was can he gnlnul
rnuii ihu ilgiiiis printed In a pamphlet
Issued lij thu Wlilli, Star company.
I lie v ate.
Toiiii.iKe, registered. 4r,,000; tonnage,
displacement. (,(1.000, length over nil,
M- ft B In; hieudth ovu all, !i2 ft
0 In; breadth over boat eleik. 4 ft:
hilght from bottom of kul to boat
eleik, 7 ft 4 In ; height from liottom
of liel to top of laptaln's house, 10;
ft 7 In ; height of funnels above cas
ing, 72 ft ; height Of funnels iibovo
bout ihck, si ft c ; ,,,tuiie o from
tup of funnel to keel, 175 ft; number
of steel decks, 11; number of water
tight liiilhluiiilH, IB; pissengerH ear
rled, '.'500; enw, kCO
The largest plates eniplojed 111 tho
hull were Jii feet long, weighing i 1
tons eiicli. niul tin. irgest steel beam
unil !U fed long, tho weight of tills
double lieuni be Ing 4 tons Tho milder,
opuated eledrhall), weighed lOOtous,
tho anchors 15 1-2 tons inch, the center
(turbine) propeller 22 tons, and each
of the two "wing" propellers 3H tons
each The huge after "hoss-arms,
from which wero suspended llie three
propeller shafts, tip tho scales at 37 1-2
Ions, and the fmunril "boss-iirms" nt
45 tons i:ach link in thu anchor-
eluilns weighed 175 pounds In the
ship there were 2000 sidelights nnd
As nlriuily Intimated, nothing was
left to chance In tho construction of
the ship, nnd beside helng the largest
and lie av lest vessel ever built, It was
also thu strongest. The towering hull
was moulded to buttle against thosoven
seas, and boast. In each ship, the pres
ence of three million rlvits (weighing
about l-'OO tons) holding together tho
K'lld plates of steel To Insure stll
111 1 1 j In blurting tint heavy plates In
the double bottom of each ship half n
million rlvits, weighing about 270 tons,
The ship was four times ai long as
thu height of the famous Hunker Hill
Monument, und 127 feet longer than
the height of the Washington Menu
I'lro elctrocd tlneo business build
ing In the center of Ilauipdiii, Me
The loss Is $10,000
EARLY BIDS ON ML HARBOR ROAD
So (illicitly Mint but few people hno present road that runs through Mo
known It wax being ilono, preparation 'onnlun, leaving this rcmtl Just lieyoml
has born inndo by llio Hoard of Super
visors mill (lie Clt Kugluecr'H olllco
for the Pearl llnrbor road Within
two or three clays bids will lie called
for, opened In about two weeks nnd
by lia llrst of July It la hoped tlintjfioin Monmilmi to Iho harbor,
actual construction work will bo under,
wny on-this much needed Improve
A few, months ago both (ho citizens
and tho military authorities wore nd
vocatlng tho building of tho rond to
l'earl Harbor und the Supervise! a
then took hold of the Idea and nppro
prlated $20,000. Now the engineering
work has near)) nil been done, and
plans for n fine coral toad will ho
avnllablo for bidders In a short time.
Tho now rond swings off from tho
TIDESSUN AND MOON
bo- Je Igjrib g "
Da,s 3d J3 la 3g 3 I I I
? 3 ' '
Junr ptn, a ui.lii in it in
3 a3i 1 s in iii n i',l m; oeeiuij
4 710 IS Otailli J4J t.17 0 4IIO14
I Kill 10 'W ISMilit SI" Oil 111
0 f 4J 1 1 j Oil! icil I '1 MI OH
' 0.1) II IIOMi 4 U 1 lili C42 11 ill
" 10 IT 1 J III 10 MU 4 10 i IT, 6.45, O.leJ
hjo ii 'i't'iie I r.so on sitI cjil i rr
Last (iiartcr or tin moon June 7
To conduct u will Equipped explor
ing part) Into the en hunt of un
discovered Africa Is the aha and ani
bltlon of Professor S Milga a through
pisseuger dn the I'acllli Mail liner
Nile, anil n Japanese- hlghl) veiseel In
Western leninlng, who Is making u
hurried tout to the I'nlted States for
the purpose of interesting stlciitlsts
In his project and also for thu pur
pose of contluding an uige incuts for
the limine Ing of his e xpdltlou. I
Professor Shlgi hulls ftom one of
the principal Toklo iiulveiMtles. lie
Is n lineterleiloglst of much nolo
thtoughiuit thu Island empire I
It Is his pluii to form a large e-xpe-'
dltloii uiadu up In the main of his
countrymen Tin j will enter the Dirk
Continent at one of the more favorable
treat) ports, and soon after the p irtv
will plunge- Into the ihnso Jungles of
Tho mission of the Shiga part)' Is
understood to be twofold. It will b
Its aim to gather el.ita concerning
llora und fauna as found there
It Is Known Hut thu Japanese- gov
ernment for some time past has In in
awarei of the vast oppoitunltles 0IT1 1
ed In the great Afilean continent foi
the lnrd) and e nterprlslng colonist
the Shlgi expedition Into the hcie
tofore iiiuliseove reel und iinsurveed
readies of (li eater Africa will un
double illy sp) out the laud, as It wire,
for ill 1c gallons of Japanese who c in
billow ut n mole convenient season
The Shiga expedition will nciessai
II) have to be lluanieil thiough private
Miuriis Piofessor Shiga now pio
poses to ehllvir a series of lectures
while on the I'acllli Slope The pio
iieds from these addresses will be
ilcvelect to ruilhirliig thu outlining of
Professor Shiga will. It Is under
stood, pass through Honolulu upon
completion of his whirlwind tour of
thu United States Ho was met at tho
hteainei hy a delegation of local Jap
anese on his uirlval at Honolulu this
Tho Amorlcan Laundry on l.lllha
street near Kukul was burglarized last
night. Tho buiglar entered through
tho bollor-ioom window, which ho
smashed, and, going to tho cashlei's
olllce, bored holes thiough tho till, nh
structcd from It ouo dollar and threo
pennies, Tho money had been left In
mi euvelopo nnd was Intended for ouo
of Iho employes, who did not call for
Clifton II. Tiacy, munnger of tho
laundry, thinks that tho burglar Is u
now hand at tho game, but Iho pullco
bcllovo that ho Is at; old offender. At
any into, Acting Chief of Detectives
Kullett Is Investigating.
Tho lights of tho laundry worn not
Ut last night, said Tracy, but tho bur-
glar had evidently familiarized himself
with tho Interior and tho street lights
which wero burning outshlo tho olllco
mado It possiblo for him to boro the
holes through thu money-box.
Thu penchant of women for smug
gling has caused their exclusion from
the utw hi lelgo ovei the Khhio at l.us
tenau, which eiiuueetb (lei many and
thu last Chlncso store, going to (ho
lelt nnd down along thu railroad
tracks for u considerable distance. It
tuns makal of tho salt lake. It in
about three miles and u half In IciikHi
through I'uulou Rtatlon.
The estimates nro such Hint It In
believed the work can bo done within
tho appropriation. The construction
should not tako more than threo
mouths, ami by the llrst of October, or
the middle of tho month, nnywny, tho
road should bo complete.
Some of those who hnvo been crlli
clrlug the present Hoard of Supervl
sors for "not doing an) thing" evident
ly do not know about tho progress on
the Pearl Harbor road
NOT LIKE TAX
Treasurer Will Ask Legislature
to Repeal Plan as Im
practical. In Iho present opinion of Territorial
Treasurer Coukllng the seleellon of
Tax Appeal Hoards funn among tho
businessmen of the Islunils Is so 1111
uallsfac lory that It Is Itupinctlinl -so
much so that ho Intends appealing lo
the next l.eglslatuio to have tho law
changed In this inspect.
"I Intend asking the repeal of the
statute." he said thle morning, "ami
that the hill don of IhN work bo plac
eel on tho Circuit Courts."
Tor thu last alx weeks bo has
sought to obtain appeal hoards for tho
three Islands Hawaii, Maul and Oaliu,
and conscientiously has approached
the men believed to bo best (luallllcd
to sit In Judgment on tho cases. In
Hint lime, he sa)s, ho has asked nt ill
I) twenl) to serve, ami with mil)
three exceptions the) havo pleaded
business associations and askedjn be
He has been uhle to iiomliinto mil)
tlirco men, but appointment of these
has not yet been announced.
"To bo flank," s.i)s Coukllng, "most
of the men 1 have uppioadieel am
leally afralil of thu Job. It might
piove Injurious to them In n htislnesr
vn. It seems almost Impossible) to
get the kind of men we leally want
those who understand conditions und
will deal Justly with the appellants
and with the Territory. Most of such
me n nut afraid to tackle It. Tho three
I have round wero the exceptions, he
cause the) ale lilted for the work and
nie willing to undertake It
"I don't want to deal harshly with
the piope-rty-owiieis, nnd If I hnvo set
valuations loo high I want rlio Appeal
lloauls to say so, nfler they have con
side red all the evidence. At tho same
time 1 Hilnk tho owners will not suffer
any hardship If the) aio forced lo pa
the taxes the law reepilres.
Hut If we aio forced lo tako men
ns mumburs of tho lloauls whoso prl
vale Inteiests nro like!) to bo uffecled
by Iheli nftn decisions, ami wo cannot
get oilier men who nro iiunlllled to Hit.
tho law should bo t hanged to rellovo
them uf Bitch dangers."
It Is thought, turnover, that Treas
urer Oonkllng's alternative proposal
will meet sumo strong opposition, as
the Circuit Courts already aio lllled In
capacity vvitli tho i online work and
would bo nimble to assume the nddl
liiiunl burden, tho nppialu would en
lull Ah ii nmlleu or fact, somu of tho
Clicult Judges u'liend) mo asking for
relief, as In tho Inslumo of ludfo
Whitney, who now Is iiniduttlng Juve
Idle court In addition lo Ids iIuIIch on
thu Clicult Court (ulendni.
The cundldates ijutiilnalcd li) Conk
ling for tho Appeal llo.ud on Oaliu
have not yet been nppoliited by tho
Adiiig Coventor and thulr names nro
American-Hawaiian Increases Service,
Tho head ollle l.ila of tho Aineilcnn
Hawaiian Steamship Company will.
Minn know whether iliey will estab I
llsh illicit seivleo bete ecu Salliia'
Cruz, tho I'm Hie Ioniums of Iho To I
huautopeo Hnllionil mid pcitland, nays'
C. W. Cook, P.iclllc Coast manager of
that computi), who soont somu days!
In Poitlnnd, Oio., and li is tho mutler'
under colisldeiatlon lie confetred
with tho leading shli pers, niul was
given ovcry encouragement looking to
thu iuniigiiiatlou of tin, service.
In tho ovent that the company do
chics favorably, the stcamois l.yia,
Isthmian, Nohraskau nnd Novndnii
will ply regularl) between Ballna
(Tuz nnd Poitluud, piiividliig un 11
ilt-y servlio. It Is given out that Iheici
Is nmplo touuago for tho licet, hut the1
subject of porl charges appears to he
tho mil) drawback. When the Pana '
ma ('aunt lias been comple-lcd the com
pauy Intends lo send steuiiieis dlicct
liom Now York lo I 'oil land.
Tuesday, Juno I.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nile, llr
t,tmr., ii m.
Kona nnd Knu ports Kllauea, stmr
Tuesday, Juno I.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., fo a.m.
Moloknt and Mnul polls Llkcllkc,
stmr , noon.
Hawaii ports Iwnlanl, stmr., noon
I passkmh:!!?. auki vj:i i
l'cr P. M. S S. Nile, fiom Hongkong
via China and liipau ports, June I
l'or Honolulu Aslrnn La Diane, Stcl
la I). I.a lllanc, Tlda IlidckolT, Virginia
Urasslc Ilulkley, William Crnnan,
Carl II. D.intzcubcrg, Herman Clank
ed, Iteglnn I'rnnkol, Su On 1'ong, Mrs,
Mtuy 0111. Walther Itobert Hughes,
lilt die . M V. Hughes. Miss llollls
I Hughes, William lllckcy, Hdwaril
Mlikc), Knineoh lln)ashl, Mrs. A, II.
King. Mudaino Penrlo Lln)d, Albert
Lconaid, Mrs. Albert Leonard, James
t Hiitrlcuu, Zouochl Zehlhlro, Clnr-
cute I.) dstnn, Penrlo II l.)dston, Miss
Cord Mnhr, Hoy Do Mate, Albert
I'ramr Muller, Okllc Nnkumuto. Kwuu
Seo Nting, Carolyn O, Phillips, Mar
liierlli) Pearlo, Kwnn Wul l'ul, Wen
Wing Yee, Miss lloso Uobeits, Paul
A, Stanhope, I'rltzeo U. Stanhope,
Porcine Sherlock, J. II. Hyde Smith,
Mrs. Chen Slice, Jr., Mrs. Chen Slice,
Young Leo Shnng, Mary 11. Welter,
Lirlo A. Welter, l'or San l'ranclsco
Howard W. Adams, Mis. Heal .Iran
Hush, Win. Villi Dunkirk, I.e Hoy Had
p.cr, C. A. Ilaucr, C. C. tluhlwln, Mrs.
C. C Laldwln, C. C. II.iMv.Iii, Jr
. I udwlu, Mrs. A. S. Collin, I
ColliiBO, Win. Carstulrs. l'aull
If. Clrelto, I'm ilk Crimen, Miss Mailu lltibeit Schollold, Miss (1. Viola Hal
Craueu, leu Show ('lieu, Tso Shell uda, Walther Sldehollom, Arthur
Chung, Adam C. Derkuni, Mis. Maryl Sweelsee, Father Alfonso Sahl'in i,
C Dowel, Hdllh Dowd. 1'ruuioR Dowel,' Professor M. J. Saiga, Mis Chan Slice,
IMwiiiel Downing, Mrs. Iliclma Hlteli,! Wnlwoith Tyug, Miss Harriet 'labor.
Hurl Hubauks, Mrs Karl II Hulialik.l,Mrs. 1.. (1. Truvers, l.'dward I. Tallin r
tleo, 1' I'ox, Mrs. (leu. I' li, Mr.
Kilna l.lndsey (ircssett, Miss I'lurcuce
(Iressett, Itobert II Oeoige, Mrs It II
llcorge, 1'ather l'lnndsco (lutleirez,
I'ather Amador Crespo Clare la, I'rncsl
Itnnkln, Mrs Hruc-st llnnkln. Captain
P II lleiumett, Mrs llertn Hart, In
Check Shim, Mrs Agues I limes,
lohu Miller limes. Miss Charlotte
Johnson, Sister Joscpha, Thomas W
K leld. Mrs Thomas W. Kldd, l'reder
lek T Keyl, ltTerla Knox, Mrs, Y. Kl
iiiura, Cheuk Shit) ICvvnc, I.ee Slug
Kiiui. I.uls (I. Lehoiisse-e. llr W. A
McVtaii, Miss l,)dlii 11 Me Venn, Ham-
ALE and STOUT
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
AT THE PORT
Six liiitulreit tons toal havo been
placed aboard the steamer Nllo during
Iho stay of that vessel at Honolulu lo
day. Tho Mntson Navigation steamer Lur
Hue with n fair list of passengers, a
big freight nnd later mall, will nrrlvo
from San 1'rnnclsco tomorrow morn
ing nnd the vessel will berth at Hack
Tho Inter Island steamer Maun i
Ma Is still In tho hntuls of the repair
ers. This vessel will bo lllled with
several additional stateroom.) upon
completion of the extensive ovcrhnul
Ing now going forvvnid.
Peter Classcr mi aviator, who was
Injiiriel nt St Louis, In all aeroplane
accident that caused the death of
Itnsmond Wheeler, died following an
nmputatlon of Ills left leg above the
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llton V Miles, Hlllolt I. V Mlllt, Mis.
M. It Mlllei, Miss Hachel 1). Miller.
John D. Mnrtln, llasajo Minium, Mrs.
Toklrn Mlgako, .Mrs. .Mabel Nliliol. II
S. Van Ploutkowskl, Mrs. II S. Van
1'lontkowukl, Ncls Peterson, W. M.
Irutt. Mrs W. M. Prntt. Miss Hlslo
Alice Pratt, Miss Phoeho Ploue, Al
bert Oulrnbach, .Mrs. II S. Haver, MIsi
Until Haven, Mrs. O. II Itch, Miss Htli.
el Hull, Master Phillip Itch, Master
Ralph Hell, I). C. Huberts, David S.
Spencer, .Mrs. I). S. Spinier, Mailer
Itobert Spencer, William A. Sle-e hler.
Mrs. W. A. Steehler. C M. Laiey
Sites, Mrs. C M. Laeoy Slles, Mrs
Myieiu Hall Wnters, Mis M.vioii a
Icrs, llenjamiii Welch, Miss Loo Woo,
Ho Tsong Wong.
Per stmr. Kllnuca, from Kona nud
Kau polls, Juno 4 C. I' Mlchenei,
II. 1,. Hnton, U. Hollo, It. Mukapau
Sam Hall, Mrs. I'nrin Cornn, Wl'llam
Hall, Mrs. J. A. Magoou, M. Magoou,
Mis. Mngoon, 1.. Itlchaids, Mis D P.
Halemnuo, Chung York Sen, Mrs Ceo.
Wllley, Mrs I', dray. W T I'rosl.
A (1 Horner, lohn 1'reitiis, llenrv
Seemnii Miss Tliyant, Mrs, llrynnt.
Itev. J. K Itodel, Hugh llowell, Di .
HiDiiioud, T. M. Chare b, II. II Weller.