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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 19)2.
Oceanic Steamship Company
l.tmc s. r.
8 H SONOMA .
K H UiNTCHA
tC II r-1 rl.is, Magic, S. 1'.! $110 first elim, round trip, San r'nincNco.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
Steamers f the above company will call nl Honolulu and leavo this
jorl on or about the date mentioned below:
FOIl Till: liltlKYr. FOK SAX FKAXCISCO.
S. S. Nile June 28 S. S. Persia July 2
S. 0. Mongolia July 4 S. S. Korea July 9
G. 8. Persia July 27 S. S. Siberia .July 23
Ten BiMifrnl Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
Blnuiiom ot (lie above Co'npany 'till call at and leave Honolulu on or
about IIk' dateH mentioned below-
voit tiik onii:vr. pott sax fuanclsco.
5. 0. Chiyo Maru .. .. June 21 S. 8. Nippon Maru June 18
8. S. Tetiyo Maru . July 18 S. 3. Shiuyo Maru July 16
8. S. Nippon Maru July 12 3. S. Tenyo Maru June 25
8. 8. Tenyo Maru July 18 S. S. Chiyo Maru . August 13
i .ill" nl Mnnila. omitting call lit Shunghul.
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu.
Matson Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu,
mini sax pkaxcisu). pou sax pkaxcisco.
S. S. Honolulu! June 13 S. S. Wilhelmlna June 19
S. S. Lurllne. July 3 S. 6. Honolulan June 26
S. S. Willielmina . July 9 S. S. Lurline July 9
S. S. Honolulan . . July 16 s. S. Wilhelmlna July 17
S. S. HYADE3 tails from Seattle for Honolulu direct on or about
JUNE 22, 1912.
For further particular, apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
I'OU PIJI AXI APST1EAI.IA. POlt VANCOUVER.
G. S. Makura June 19 S. S. Zealandia June 18
S. S. Zealandia July 17 S. 8. Marama July 16
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
Vl.i Ti'liiiiinli'ppr, cut)' hUlli d.i). Freight rcrched ut nil tluiei nl Hie
Cump.injS wharf, INI Slri'i'l, .South llrooklju.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
S. 8. MEXICAN, to sail about JUNE 16
8. S. COLUMDIAN, to sail about JUNE 27
S. S. ALASKAN, to sail about JULY 8
For further Information applj to II. HACKFELI) & CO., LTD., agent,
Honolulu. C P. .MOItSi:, General Freight Agent.
PL one 2205 Reaches
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
A 1.1. KINDS OP HOCK AND SAM) POl! CONCRETE WORK.
I'lliKMOOl) AM) COAL. jj
i;.i jfi:i:. sthi:i:t. r. o. iiox 212
For particulars see
Fred. L. Waldron.Ltd.
836 Fort Street
Pau Ka liana
MOVES THE EARTH
Will Do It
Jl'LY 3 .
Airlrc S. P.
.. ..IttNK 18
. JULY 9
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanae. Walalua,Kahuku nnd
Way Stations 9:1Q u. in.. '3:20 n. in
Por Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
stations T7s30 a. in., 'V:lb a.m.,
ii'30 a. in., 'Silo p. in., '3:20 p. w.
B:1G n. m.. 19:30 n. m.. til: 1C n. m
I Por Wuhlawu and Lellohuu '10:20
a. in., 6:15 p. m., 19:30 p. m., tll:lG
I Arrlvo Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
nlua and Wuluniie S-3G u. m, G:3t
I Arrivu Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Peurl City t7:4G a. m., 8:3C a. m.,
11:02 a. in., 1:40 p. in., '4:26 p. In.,
5:31 p. m., '7:30 p, m.
Arrive Honolulu from Walilawa and
Lellchua 9:15 n. m tl:40 p. m.,
5:31 p m, 110: Jo p. in.
""he Ilalclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (ouly first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:30 a. in.: returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops ouly ut Peurl City und Wulanae
outward, and Walanae, Wulpnhu and
I'carl City Inward.
Dally. tSunday Excepted. JSuu
0. P. DENISON, P. C. SMITH,
Superintendent, G. P. A
Plioln PngniTlng of highest grade
ruu now be secured from the 11 u I
1 1 1 u Photo Engraving plituL
Established In 1859.
Commercial nnd Traveler.'
Lctlcr ot Credit N'ucd on
thi' Dunk of CiilKoruIii nnd
Tltp London Joint Slock Hank
Correspondent for the
American Express Company
nnd Thin. Took Son.
Interest allowed on Term
nnd Savings Hunk Deposits
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL (G00.000
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO
Inilli'M jour Account nnd
offer snlNfuctory scnlce.
Loans ut market rates.
Exchange nnd Cable Intnl.
Travelers' credits and
Checks mailable cTcrTnlicrc.
HEAD OFFICE YOKOHAMA
Capital Subscribed .Yen 48,000,000.
Cupltul Paid Up.... Yen 30,000,000
Reserved Fund ....Yeu 17,&00,000
Oenernl banking business
trammeled. Saving accouula for
Jl end upwards.
Fire aud burglar-proof vaults,
wllli Safe Deposit Iloxea for rent
at 12 por year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to be iept on
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to be applied for.
YII AKAI, Munngcr.
Honolulu Ofllce, llethel and Mer
cbant Street.). Telephones 2421
and 1094. P. O. Uux 1C8.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
PLUMBERS and SHEET METAL
8TOVES and RANGE8
Corner King and Bishop 8 trots
Phone Ne. 3067
Consulting, Designing nnd Con.
Hrldges, Uulldlngs, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, KeportB and Estimates on Pro
jects. Phono 1045.
OF ALL KINDS
DEALERS IN LUMBER
ALLEN & ROBIN80N
Queen Street ... Honolulu
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor nnd Hullder
Estimates glvou on
Concrete Work a Specially
PAUA1II 8THEET, XEAH NUUANU
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds lor Califor
nia and New Yorkj NOTARY PUB.
LIC Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of 8ale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT 8T.,
HONOLULU, Phone 1346.
Level Off Your Grounds
We havo the material and the men to level your grounds if
there happen to be sink holes. The cost will not be high.
Honolulu Construction & Drawing Colt 1.,
Alexander & Baldwin,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial A Buiar Oe.
Haiku Sujjar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian 8ugor Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Mcllryde Bugur Compaay.
Kahulul nallroad Company.
Kauai Railway Company.
Haiku Fruit and Packlnt Company.
Kauai Fruit and Land Company.
Castle & Cooke
HONOLULU, T. H.
SUQAK FACTORS, SHIPPING AND
FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, T0URIST8'
BAGGAGE AND AUTOMOBILE
na Plantation Company
Wo la tun Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Kohalu Sugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar Co, Ltd.
Matron Navigation Co.
Toyo KUen Knlslia
, C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
SHIPPING, COMMISSION AND
OFFiCEItS AND DIUECTQB8
D. F. OIBHOP President
C1KO. II. ItOHKHTSON
Vlee-Pre.ldrnt and Mnnager
W. W. NORTH Treasurer
RICHARD IVHRS Secretary
J. R. OAI.T Auditor
QKO. H. CARTER Director
It. A. COOKE Director
A. QARTI.EY Director
(' II I'dOUi: Director
Is not n I.uxnrjj It Is n Xeceinlty.
Hut ion Must linTe the HKST
and that N jirorlded by the faiuons
and moxt eiilluhlo Luns o! Jlassa
rliusctts, In tlio
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OP 1IOSTOX, MASSACHUSETTS.
II yon would be fully Informed nbont
these Inns, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOLULU. T. II.
rhe B. F. Dillingham Co.
General Agent (or Hawaii!
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
ProTldcnce Wnslilngtou Insurance Co.
Hli PLOOK, STANOEXWALD BLDO.
KAHN SYSTEM of REINFORCED
Cup Bars, Rib Metal, Hy, Rib, Lath,
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
I Iii est J our money In Ilullctln
ndierlMiig mid It returns to iau
Recorded May 8, 1912.
Mnrthu All Kill nnd IiMj to lllol Knpu
and wf, D A; mule child, Knlpo l.'gln
hard Knpu, born Apr 12, 1!0; femllo
child. Uivlnln Kutilolitinml. born Aug
M. UiOSi II KG, p 401 May 4, 1912.
HoffwIihiPKer 'o Ltd by regr, No-tin-;
of Oeeri-c of title In Iind IWK
IMurt vane No 210. II 360, p 40.'. May
Itoi Ki-pnlknl to P P Haldwln et nl,
tr, Tr D: ahnrra of Block, ollloe fur
nluire. law library, etc; vnrloii. pes
latid, bhlgK. rents, etc, Knlun, etc, Wnl
liiil. Mniil; $1 H 5BB, p 468. May 7,
S M Wood to xon Ilnmm-YouiiK Co
Ltd, I' M: l,nekard,,,HI" touring car
No 3(033. 'Per of Hawaii; I37C5. II
357. p 4M May 1. 1SM2.
II V llriiwii nnd wf to William II
iitli tr. M; S32U ki ft of gr 4C3C,
blilKa. etc. I.iiko Ht. Honolulu, Oahu;
fs.no. ii ar.7, p n: May s. ii2.
Kather Kelle mill hah (W) to Oimril
Ian TriiKt fi Ltd, Mj lot 3A. bill 33,
KiilinuUI tract. Honolulu, Oahu; 25
iili.ires Oahu Sugar l'o; 2000. II 357,
Ii is: May C, 1912.
Ida E Ijiinb by atty to C K At, D:
3177 hci ft of 11 P 1125, kul 709, ap
1, bhlgx. rents, etc, Port St, Hunolulu,
O.ihu: JC500. II 355, p 475. May 8.
I' K Al and wf to Chun How, I);
2U2 xi ft of kul 70U, bhlgx, rents, etc.
I'ort St, Honolulu, Ouhu; 14500. II
355, p 477 May 7, lHlli.
Ext of Manuel A P Dos Itels by
iiitmrx to Frank Santos, D; hit In 2
pen land, near Nuiinnii Ave. Honolulu.
Oahu. I130 II 358, p 435. .May 7.
Kalimikl Land Co Ltd to Mra Sardh
J tlraee, I); lots 13 and 14, blK I., I-
lunolniii', Honolulu, Oahu; J2i:'r,0. II
3M, p 43$. J. in 23.
Tlieodon llaiiinan and wf to Sarah
J (Ir.icu (widow), D; lots I, 2 and 3,
I.Ik 33, KalitiuM tract, Honolulu, Oahu;
J 1200. 11 358, p 439 Feb 14, 1912.
Hlsbup of Zeugma Id Apokaa Sugar
To Ltd, L; 10 40-100a of gr 150, Wal
kele. Hwn, Oahu: 10 jr at J10 per u
per all 11 303, p 302. Apr 10, 1912.
Win Henry to Nannlu It Itlec, A M;
inlg Kealolin and hxb on It P 2291,
kul 2.141, Kallua, Knobiiipoko, Ouhu;
J400 II 3r,7, i 490 Apr 20, 1912. .
John T McUrow by atty to Richard
II Trent, M; Int In real and personal
pioperty, Ter of Hawaii; 14000. II 357,
p 491. May 8, 1112.
UIliop of Xeugnui to I, Ah I.eong,
J); .IHIiO xi ft land. King St, Honolulu,
Ouhu; 12000. II 358. p 441. May 8,
Cliarlei Melnecke Sr to George J
Campbell, D; Int In 72a of It P CSS0.
rents, etc, Kawela, Knu, Hawaii; J3C0.
II 3SC, p 405. Apr 12. 1912.
Mm Carrie Paloa (widow) to Eliza
K Knlns, U; 1-2 lilt In kul 10285, Kc
iilakaha, llamakuu. Hawaii; II, etc.
II 3T.5. i 407. May 7, 1912.
It A Cerlncll to M Koinela, Ilel; calm
crop on lOn of lot 70, Native Ilome
steailst Olau. Puna, Hawaii; 5S5. 11
3S7, p 472. May 3, 1912.
II A (lerlucli to Ura Yoslilgoro, Hel;
cane crop on Sa of lot 78, Olaa Home
xteail (ract, Puna, ifanall; 250 and
adv to 1500. 11 3D?, p 472. May 3,
II A Oerlacli to T Horn, Ilel; en no
crop on 11a of subdiv lot 03, Olau,
Puna, Hawaii; 1500 and adv to J 1000,
II 3S7, p 473. May 3, 1912.
II A (lertach to T.ltara, Ilel; cane
ciops on 11a of subdiv lot C3, Olaa,
Puna, Hawaii; $475. Ii 3,r7, p 473. Apr
M Iladaye to lllshop & Co, C M;
leiiKihold, contract, cane crops, etc,
Olaa, Puna, Hawaii; $250. II 357, P
473 May 3, 1912,
L'ra oslivgoro to IIMiop & Co, C M;
linxclioM, contract, cane crops, etc,
Olaa. Puna, Hawaii; 1250. II 357, P
477 May 3, 1912,
S Ito to lllsbop & Co, C M; lease
liolds, couttracts, cane crops, etc, Olaa,
Puna, Hawaii; 1300. I) 357, p 480.
Apr 30, 1912.
John Souzu and wf to Ilishop Truxt
Co Ltd, I); lot 5, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii;
$22.1. II 35.1, p 474. May 1, 1912.
Alonzo Jackson nnd w f to Antono
Syha. 1); up G of It 234S. kul 3107,
Punlu, Wulkapu. Maul; $20. 1) 302, p
3.1.1. Muy 4, 1912.
.Marlon I K Wagner and lisli to Henry
K Poepoe, I); Int In It Ps 1751, 1095,
1749, 2707 and 1201, Walanae, etc, Li
liulna, Maul; $80. 11 335, P 473. Apr
Mlrluma W Kaolilmannu and hsb
(D) to Mrs Alllo Prltchard, D; Int In
It I'm 7828, 3823 and 3799, Hnnnmaulu.
etc, Puna, Kauai; $1, etc. II 302, p
333. Kub 26. 1912.
Sadaluichl Tsujl to Jcnidilro Huml,
(' M; cane crop on 50a land, liana
pepe, Walmea, Kauai; $2280. H 367,
p 487. Apr 23, 1912.
Court of Land Registration.
Est of Ilernlce P Hlshop by trs tn
Chuck You, I); lot A, 8729 si ft ot
laud, Kurt St. Hnonlulu, Oahu; $1000.
C I. It doc No 387. Muy 0, 1912.
Chuck You to William It Castle, Mi
lot A, 8729 ki ft of land, Fort Kt,
Honolulu, Oahu; $r,00. C I. R due No
388 May 7, 1912
TO GIVE ILLUSTRATED
LECTURE ON MEXICO
Prof. John II. (inrvln of Denver, Col.,
who has mado a number of long tours
through tho country of Mexico and
has accumulated n great fund of his
torical narratives concerning tho na.
Hon and Its people, will supply the
principal fcaturo of tho annual Ladles'
Night entertainment to be given hy
tho Men's Leaguo of Central Union
Church at Kawnlahao Seminary Fri
day evening, Juno 21.
Ills talk on Mexico will be Illustrat
ed with a largo number of lantern
slides, taken dm lug his Jaunts through
tho country so rich In legendary and
historical lore. Prof. Garvin Is duo to
arrlvo here on the Honolulan Wodnes-
day morning from San Francisco onjmuko this his homo. Seattle Ex.
ins nrst visit to me islands, no la a
well-known lectin er in tho Middle Hulletln nds best Business Get
West ot the mainland. tern,
" PASSE.NHEHS HOOKED I
Per stmr. Clnudlne, for Hllo via way
ports, Juno 14. Oraco Crockett, Itoso
Cnmnilngs, 11 II. llrown, J. J. Hurd,
Stanley Livingston, K. G. Ilnrtlctt.MIss
A. Waal, Miss M. K. Cook, Miss
Mary Hnrt, A. Ahu, N. a. Hoy, Pak
Wong, A. ttelmann and wife, Mrs.
Litfkln, J. II. Steward, K. II. llrown,
Mnx Ureelibougli, M. Jncou, a. rar-
sons, Miss Cliong Nee nnti ciinoruu,
Mrs. Hew Fat, Infant and two chil
dren: Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Vlda, Miss
Lnn V da. Ernest Frettns, Airs. u.
Prcltas, Mrs. Fung Slice nnd Infant,
Fung Shec, Fung Mini, Fung Pook,
Pung Kong, .lames K. Chamberlain,
D6uglilns Monsnrrat. S. T. Wright.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea. for Hllo via
way ports, June Hi. CIim. aillllnnd,
Miss Mctcnlf, Miss Agnes Frnndo, Mrs.
Oeo. I). Russell, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. A.
J. Knight, Miss V. II. Fisher, Mrs.
Mnv Hitchcock nnd innld, Miss Hitch
cock, Mrs. Chns. Cash, Heleno Phlnn,
Mary Weggln. P. lllggerstaff, William
K. Chamberlain, Miss Klauber, Mrs.
P. Crossen and child. Mrs. M. Downs,
Oeo. P. Dcnlson. Mrs. W. P. Drake
nnd Infant. Mrs. Like. T. C. Wills,
Mrs. SmnUey, C. J. Wills, w. Sinclair,
A. K. Nnwahl, T. A. O'llrlen, W. M.
Per stmr. Ktlatien. for Konn and
Knu ports, June 18. Richard Miller,
Mrs. W. C. Miller, (leo. Arneinami,
Miss E.Arnemnnn, Miss Kdlth Aungst,
Klmcr Aungst. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Hind nnd servants, K. II. Wodchouse,
Mr. and Mrs. James Hind, Mona
Lelghton Hind, Margaret and Eva
Hind, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Magulrc, Flo
ra Knal. Mabel Wilcox. K. Smith, W,
J. Pnris, Alex. Paris, Lawrence Gay,
Ernest Oay, Elsie and Mny uny, u. u.
II. M. Vcrdasor. Mrs. K. Akann, K. II.
Wodehouse, Jr., Julia Apela, Roland
Ony, Y. Macfarlanc. Richard Mullor,
Mrs. W. Muller. Miss Carrio Mutter,
Mrs. Craig, Willie, Herman nnd Chas.
Luis, A. A. Akana, J. A. Noble, Lio
Per stmr. W. Q. Hall, for Kauul
norts. Juno 20. Frances Dower, David
II, W. II. Wlshnrd, John Fernandez,
M. Fernandez, Alfred Fernandez.
Pasting of Aged P ,M. Skipper.
Willi tho passing away of Captain
Aaron M. Hums at the Helle.vuo Ho
tel tn this city, says the San Francis
co Chronicle, the last living sea cai
taln wlto commanded vessels for the
old Pacific Mall Steamship Company
plying between Snn Francisco and
Panama, was launched upon his llnal
cruise. Tho end enmo to Captain
Hums shortly after 3 o'clock. Ho suc
cumbed peacefully to the ravages of
old age, being In his clglity-seventh
year, after an Illness of two weeks.'
Captain Hums was ono of tho nota
ble figures of tho eaily history of San
Francisco aud California. He arrived
here In the early part of 18J10, having
been In Panama In the employ of the
ABplmvalls a year before. Ills name
was the eighth on the roll of tho old
Vlgllanco Committee. He was a
member of the Harbor Commission
from 1870 to 1873 and of tho Hoard
of Supervisors during tho administra
tion of former Mayor Pond. Captain
Uurus came here from Philadelphia,
his father liaWug been a sea captain.
Tho younger flunis went to Hen nt the
ago of 12. and commanded a vessel
when only 21.
Captnln Hums Is survived by n
widow, n daughter, Mrs. Jason Gould;
n stepdaughter, Mrs. Krmonttne Poole
Long, and a granddaughter. Miss 01
He Long. Tho funeral services wIV
bo held at nn undertaking establish
ment nt 1122 Sutler streot nt 2:30
o'clock Friday afternoon, with tho In
terment In Mountain Vlow Cemetery.
To Cross Ocean tn Motorboat.
NEW YBUK, N. Y., Juno 3. Tho
latest project of Thomas Fleming Day,
editor of tho Rudder, Is to attempt a
voyage across tho Atlantic ocean in a
3.1-foot motorboat. Ho sailed last year
from Provldenco to Rome In tho tiny
yawl Scablrd, but save for tho test o'
seamanship, this was not such a feat
as tho proposed motorboat trip, for tho
Atlantic had been crossed in a small
sailing craft before.
Day expects to start either from
Iloston or New York during the lattci
part of this month to travcrso tho
waters In which n motorboat keel has
never left a track. Qiicenstown, Iro
land, Is the port of destination select
cd by Day, and the voyage will be,
doubly hazardous, because, tho routa
will Ho along tho steamship lane and
tho motorboat will bo but a speck on
tho wavos of the Atlantic.
The boat selected for tho trip Is of
unusually noavy construction, with a
tank capacity for 1000 gallons of gas
oline. Her speed is about flvo nautt
cul miles an lioug loaded and six nauti
cal miles an hour light. Day figures
that Bhe will cover In ocean traveling
an average of 140 miles a day.
Thero are accommodations on tho
boat for a crew ot flvo men two In
the euglneroom and three, on deck.
Tho motor Is from ten- to 12-horso-
power and tho euglneroom crew will
stand Blx-hour watches. Provisions
for ninety dnys aud 200 gallons of
fresh water will bo carried,
Capt. William Thompson, a pioneer
rhlpmnstor in the employ of tho Nip
pon Yuseu Kalshn, was a returning
passenger to Seattle on tho Awa Maru.
Capt. Thompson has been In tho cm
ploy of that company for twenty-soven
years, and fifteen years ago was tn
command of the Klnshii Maru, tho sec
ond Nippon Yuseu Kulsha stoamer to
visit Seattle. I
Pur a number of years ho has been
In the Orient tn command of steamers
operating In Chlneso and Japaneso wa
ters and this Is his llrst visit to Seat
tlo In thrco years.
Capt, Thompson says that tho com
pany is replacing all the Euiopean
nnd American masters In Its employ
with Japanese captains, und as ho has
considerable property In Seattle ho
resigned to look after his Interests
hero, lie, will remain In thin city
r.bout ton days and then visit Minne
apolis, whero his family Is now resld-
l"B. but ho Intends returning horo to
YESSFXS TO Atmys
Saturday, Jue 15.
Hllo via way port-Mauna Koa,
Sunday, Jun 16.
Maul, Molokal and hnal ports Ml
Kauai ports Klnau Htmr.
Tuesday, Jue 18.
Hongkong via Jnpol ports Nip
pon Maru, Jap. Btmr.
Sydney via Aucklaii nnd FIJI Zea
landia, C.-A. S. 8. '
San Francisco Hoi'olulan, M. N.
Hllo via way port Mauna Kea,
Wednesday, lune 19.
Maul and Hawaii lirts Claudlno,
Knur.1 ports W. O Hall, stmr.
Vancouver and "Ictorla Makura,
C.-A. ri. S.
Friday, Jine 21,
dan Francisco Cllyo Maru, Jap.
Saturday, June 22.
Jlilo via way pals Mauna Kea,
Sunday, .una 23. -Maul,
Molokal an Lanal ports Ml
kahnla, sttnr. '
Kauai ports Klreu, stmr.
Central and SoutI American ports
Klyo Maru, Jap. Btnr.
Monday, Juno 24.
Salltia Cruz via San Francisco and
Seattle Mexican, MI. S. S.
Tuesday, June 25.
Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Konn and Knu ports Kllauca.
Hllo via way ports Mnuna Kea,
Wednesday, June 26.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr.
Friday, June 28.
. San Francisco Nile, P. M. S. 8.
Saturday, June 29.
Hllo via wny ports Mauna Kea,
Sunday, June 30.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr.
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports Ml-,
VESSELS TO DEPABT
Friday, June 14,
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlno,
stmr., G p.m. ,
Saturday, June 15.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., 4 p.m.
Monday, June 17.
Kauai ports Noeau, stmr., C p.m.
Tuesday, June 18.
Vancouver and Victoria Zealan
dia. C.-A. S. S.
Konn and Kan ports Kilauea,
San Francisco Nippon Maru, Jap.
Maul, Molokal nnd Lanal ports Ml
kahala, stmr., fi p.m.
Kauai ports Klnau, Btmr., r p.m.
Wednesday, June 19.
Hllo via wny ports Mauna Kea,
utmr., 10 a.m.
Sydney via PIJI and Tucklnnd Ma
kura, C.-A. S. S.
San Francisco Wilhelmlna, M. N.
S. S 10 a.m.
Thursday, June 20.
Knunl ports W. O. Hall, Btmr., 5
Friday, June 21.
Maul nnd Hawaii ports Claudlno,
stmr., G p.m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Chiyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Saturday, June 22.
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
etmr., 4 p.m.
Tuesday, June 25.
San Franclscq Tenyo Maru, Jap.
Hongkong via Japan ports Klyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Wednesday, June 26.
San Francisco Honolulu, M. N. S.
S., 10 a.m.
Friday, June 28.
Hongkong via Japan ports Nile,
P. M. 8. S.
Kona and Kau ports Kilauea,
Malls are duo from the following
points as follows:
Yokohama Nippon Maru, Juno 18.
San Francisco Honolulan, Juno 18.
Victoria Makura, June 19.
Colonies Zealand In, June 18.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows;
Yokohama Chiyo Maru, Juno 21,
Vancouver Zealandia, June 18.
Colonies Makura, Juno 19.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, June 18
Logan, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Juno 1.
Sherman, from Honolulu for Guam and
Manila, May 20,
Sheridan from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Arrived April 'V.
Crook, at San Francisco.
Duford, stationed on Pacific Coast.
Warren, stationed at the Philippines.
Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for Ma
ulla Juno 14.
Supply, at Honolulu from Manila
Por stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Juno 18. Mrs. A. Hascli, Miss Put
munn. Miss 13, Hoe, Miss E. U. Gait,
Miss M. Gait, Miss Williamson, Miss
M. Post, Miss H. Huae, J. P. Cooke,
D. Ualdwln, Emma Simpson, Mary
Simpson, Enoka Lovoll, O. Kapukui,
J. II. Fernandez, M. Fernandez, Al
fred Fernandez, Vernon Tcnney,
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