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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912.
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Hawaiian I'lrvl Degree.
lloiui.-nlu I'niiini.iliiliT) !;
nlnr, i. til.
Autumn Clnplir lloo Criilv.
lnstallatl u, T:::il . tit.
Oreiuitr First Degree.
lliiriniiit) Clriptrr No. I, I)
K. s ltonliir.
AD vliltlm tnembars of Ut
Order ar cordially invited to
attend mcetlnrs ot local IiHim
(JAS. H. LOVE)
Oir.cc, King Street opp. Union Grill . . . Phone 1281
(Additional Shipping on Page 8)
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FIELDS IN DEPARTING SHIPS
Barkentinc Arago for the Sound This Morning Carried Sev
eral British Steamship Ikaia uarriea "lounsis" wno
Would Try Australia for a Change of Climate Mauna
Kea Brings News of Activity at Hilo Port.
llniinl'ilii bonih N 1 olnp nsilduous
h nml ilToctlveh ' limbed" through
i lie energetic effort nf Harbor Officer
t'nrtcr Hem lioonibers nml worknwn
are seeking greener fields nnd iiastiircH
new 1 menus of a number of deep
sea vessels wlilcli hnvo taken depart
ure for foreign nml Coast ports with
in i ne pasi woes.. . i Acuity between CnpKiln Venron nnd
I lie llrlilsh freighter Ikala, depart-',.. ' ... , ,... ,.' ., ,,, ri,,i
.....ll. !.. ...... -.," 1HIIII-. " ii.-v .... .... "... .VO....V-.
Kenlla onlv n Rinall portion of
lumber cnrrled as cargo coiilil
Aracio Detailed for the Sound.
The bnrkentltie Arago nailed for the
Sound thin morning takltiR ballaHl
onl). This vessel vvns delayed In
getting nwnv yesterday tlirougn n mi'
Lively Times Expected When
BY C. S. ALBERT. .
(yKtlnl 11 ll 1 1 e 1 1 n CorroKpoiuloiice )
WASHINGTON, I) C, June 1. Tlio
announcement by Col. llooscvclt that
..I I I ...I..I. f.. ni.nil. HO Will K I" lllirilKU, IlllUllll U1U 111.-
UIIIIMII IIMU 111" M.UmUII. Ml. ......... ....... . ,,., .,.., .,,.
riirtiues In Hie enso nf Imports iiuum-im ,111111111.11,1. iu.h ........ ......
fUTI, a d 1-i.n .X Jamn Chionlelo l.l In protecting I.Irovvi, IntcresU
... ..i.i ... i i. ...i..,.i.,iu has created n mild sensntlon, nlthotigh
r. ' ,, 'i . .. .' vi .... . vr.,,,,' ifi.i. It was not entirely unexpected Slnco
... i "..'.... '....'V.'1 '...'.. .. the Colonel becanio nn ntowcil eatidl
tir; w h ho" &'Kh. ,Vom. .'- for tho I'S -nd loured
panics in tho Conference Tho pro- Jeral States enmncl.B I Is o 1
posed Increase In the frelBlits on the friend and residuary lesaeo Mr. Ta
LKWV!" "rhanl.ennn 'u u"! J !Sed
h It ! feared that f eights on I ovv' that the Colonel would become
he 'acllc ll nlw , I.J Uicrea '?!-! irc.ldlnB ollleer and even place hlni;
Willi iiiiuiKii iriiim uru uii-ii-niK.- "i- - - , ... . ,,
nHiemont ntlKI ,ul' i'...
Slop III IIOIIIIIIK III lli;im:u ll liiuiiiui.
It Is nilmlttcd Willi ctiiiai iraiiKiiess
that the presence Of Col. llooscvclt
In the C'htcngo cnmcntlon will luivo
caiilrini: a combined
iiKiilnst any Increase In frelRhts ncrofs
3lrMM.r. I.dlKiE, M),
h. of r.
,tfV Meets exeiv 2nd and 4th Satur
K'S-Jiluy cm-iiIiii; ut 7.30 o'clock lnj
K>y K of 1' Hall, cor. lort and
XiuJ' licietauiii. Visiting brothers
cordially luWtcd to attend.
a r. onirrz, c. c.
V. F. K1LUKV, K. n. S.
I Imnil til it
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II0X0LS1H! I.OIXii:, Clfi, 11. l. 0. K.
Iidgo No. G1C,
O i:llcs, meets In
their hull, on King St.,
ne.ir Kort, every Krldaj
oveniug. Visiting Uroth
crs tiro cordially luvltod
a r. Mimi'HY. n n.
II DUNSUIIi:, See.
0A1IU I,()D(1K XI. 1, K. of l.
Moots oi cry Orst and third Frl
J day at 7 20 o'i look, I'ythlal)
Hall, corner Ilcretanla and
Kort streets VlsUIng brotliors
cordially lmlteil to attend.
V A HAWKINS, C C.
o nniNi:, k nf n. & s
HAWAIIAN TItlDK X. 1, I. 0. It. 31.
Meets every first, nnd third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hull. I. 0. O. K
building. Vliitlng brother
cordially Invited to attend
IIKNIIY A. ASCII, Sacl.em
i.oiiis a. ii:iiiiY, c. of n
iiox(ri,uLi; akkik 1111, r. . 1:.
Meets nn second and foiirtl.
, Wednesday evening of each
mouth nt 7-30 o'clock. In
K. of 1 Hull, corner Fort
nnd Ilcretanla. Visiting brothers are
invited to attend.
WM. JONHS, W. P.
J it ASCII, Secy.
Noeau in from Garden Island,
llrlnglng It'fiO sacks sugar, 237 sackK
rlrc. 5 sacks potatoes, 37 pnrkagon
sundries, .the Inlor-Islander Noeau Is
back from an uneventful trip to wind
ward Hawaii ports. Her officers re
port moderate northeast wIihIr nnd
teas. Sugar to tho nmnunt of 2300
Racks Is reported nt Kilnucn nvvaltliig
IIOXOLt'MJ I.ODCi: NO, 800,
I,. 0. 0. 3U
will meet In Odd Fellows' building
Fort streot, near King, every Frldaj
evening at 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIIItOSK .1 WHITS!, Dictator.
M. A. JACOI1SON, Seerotary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3083 FORT STREET
Doston Block, Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MR8. E. E. DAVI8. Proprietor
DCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
ft 1 Ar? Always Found at the
Juat received by S. S. Siena, the
vtry latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN HUITSi also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 pUUANU STREET
Up to.date Millinery and Men's Hate
iiik for Australia' some days ago, car
rled l liendKombcrs who had been
iirnnincnilng 1I10 local vvnlerfront for
manv months The skipper In tho
Ikalp welcomed Hie invasion nnd was
1 rally reluctant to part with n single
nppllinut, when an Inspection ot his
passengers vvns demnded by tho lo
Tho sailing of the American barken-
line Arago this morning brought
about the elimination of at least two
liablliies of the waterside. Ono was
brought to light snugly stowed away
In the (lialn locker of the windjam
mer, wheie he hoped In defv iletei lion
b these men wele not wanted li Ilia
police 1 1 1 f were peimllted In depnit
'or the I'nclllc Coast.
It Is also claimed that the steward's
talT of the Maison Navigation steam
or I.iirllno was short-handed on the
alllm; nf the liner for San Frnnclsco
mil several "workaways" succeeded
n gaining a t rip to God's country by
Hilo Welcomes Mary Wlnkelman.
The well known windjammer Mary
vviukelmau caused a stir in Hlln shil
ling circles bv nrrlvlng In that port
'ast Thursday with lumber from IUi
oka. This crnck air-puffer mnd tho
.'ongo In twenty-eight dnys.
Tho Maison 'Navigation steamer Wll
l.elmlna Is nt tho Hawaii port ills,
barging tielght nml tnklng on a ship.
nent nf several thousand tons sugar.
Tho Wllhclmlnn I1 to leave Hlln to-nnrnivv.
The Ainerlcan-llavvallan freighter
i Irglnlan sailed finm Hlln Friday
oiirnltig taking l2.ono inns sugar des
li.c'd for the Isthmus of Tehunntepec
With the arrival of the Inter-Island
learner Mauna Kea from Hilo tills
.nnrnlng a bunch of enthusiastic tour
ists returned who enjoyed tho trip lo
he crater of Kllauen. Tho Mnuna
Ken brought n genernl enrgn Including
ordvvnnd, vegetables, nnd sovernl hull'
Ired pniknges sundries. Tho Mnuna
ea is being rapidly discharged of
irelglit preparatory to sailing on n re-
urn vovngc to Hilo at I
Voyaglnq of the Thetis.
Tho United Stntcs revenue cutter
Thetis, which sailed from Honolulu
lime Hull and should arrlvo nt Alas
au ports by the last of tho month, Is
IcNllned in cover n wldo nrea nf north
-rn vvnters In her lour of Alaskn with
he "lloatlng court," which will Join
ho vessel nt Vnhle. on or about July
tilth. Leaving Vnlilcz tho Thotls will
all nt tho following ports: llllnmnn,
vodlak, I'nga, Cnnlaska and Nusha
nk. Sho will arrlvo ut tho latter
dace July 21 and will hold cxtenslvo
nun proceedings there. August II
he Thetis will leave Nushagak for
S'ninc, arriving there nlinut August lfi,
ler slny nt Nmno will be very brief,
vhen she will return to Vnlilcz, stop-
ilng en route, nt the following places
mil holding court nt each place If nee-
-ssary Nushagak. UnnlAsltii, Kings
'ove, Cngn, Chlgnlk, Kodlak, Kennl,
ieldovla and Valdez. Tho llino of her
irrlval ut Vnlilcz Is iincertnln, depend
tig somewhat on tho amount of time
Mieut In court proceedings at tho plat
's mentioned above. It Is oxpeclod
Hittovcr, sho will leach her destlnn-
Ion aljuiit Sept. 2.r.
Hawaii Sugar List.
Ai eniding in ioiort brought to thlu
My with tho nrrlval of tho steamer
Mnuna Ken. tho following sugar Is
iwalilng shipment on Hawaii: Olaa
icino. Wnlakea 7000. Hawaii Mill 3.",00,
rllto Sugar Co 12.000. OiKimca 3000,
Pepeekeo 8800, Honomu ll.r.OO, Hnka
lau Sir.",. I.aupahoohoo 10,r,00, Kalvvl
kl I3.7IU) Kukalau 7700, Hamnkua Mill
r. mo. I'nauhau COOD, llonokan 78,"o,
'iilkiilliaelo 10.1100, l'unaluu 1110, Ho-
maim bill", sacks.
J Inter-Island Steamer Movements.
l'urRcr I'lillllps nf the stcumor Man
nil Kea 011 arrival nt Honolulu this
nnrnlng reported tho Kaitilanl at To-
peekeo, the Kauai at llouomit, tho
Wnllolo nt llonokan, tho Ivvnlnnl nt
Houolpu nml tho Holcno nt Hlln, These
vessels were being loaded with sugar,
lollovvlng tho illBchnrgo of genernl car
go Hhlppod from Honolulu. Tho Mau
na Keu met with light trades nnd
.imoolh seas on tho voyage,
Nllhau Back from Kauai.
lletiiiiilug from Kauai ports with nn
enrgn biivo n small collection of umpty
gnsnlino drums, tho Htuntnor Nllhau
has been placed 011 tho berth for nn
early dispatch to Island ports The
(Ulcers In tho Nllhau repot t lino
and nrrcsts followed.
Tho skipper paid a nominal lino nf
live dollars when the ease was brought
before the l'nllcc Court this morning.
Shipping at Mahukona.
Shipping nt Mahukona at tho time
the Mnuna Kea passed the Mnul port
Included the schooner Annie Johnson,
which 111 rived there Inst Thursday
wlih genernl merchandise from San
I Francisco. Tho schonner Inrn, hnvlng
been discharged of a shipment nf Alls-
Italian coal, was to have Bailed for
the Sound today.
II. S. S. SUPPLY
SAILS TO COAST
Siberia Crew Hits the Pipe.
Ill a mass or testimony brought to
lluht In tho United Stntcs Court at
San Francisco when Caplnln A. feed
er, master of tho l'aciflc Mnll liner Si
beria, petitioned for a reduction of a
lino Imposed for bringing contraband
opium Into that port. Third Olllccr
Kcnney of tho liner offered somo In
According to his testimony. It Is not
unusual for tho members of tho Chi
neso crow nf tho Siberia to stagger
on deck In tho morning sn sjtipolled
from tho effects of opium that they
teseniblo drunken men, Kcnney fur
ther testified Hint Chinese members
of the crew- of tho Siberia had told him
that fliey had been discharged 'from
duty bccaitso thoy refused to pay tho
first ollleer to hold their positions. At
tho end of the voyago these men wcro
dismissed. According to Kenncy tho
boatswain nnd Chlncso saloon boys
are compelled to pay the most for
their places aboard tho vessel. Ho Bald
Willi her long homeward-bound
pennant Muttering In a lazy trade, the
U S. S Supply, station ship ut Guam,
sailed for Ilremerlnii at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Tho Supply Is going to the
northern navy yard for boiler nnd
general repairs, and after being put
I p good shapo will return to the Island
Tho Supply, which u cotninanueci
by Commander Ulssltt, I' S. N . Is a
smart-looking ship, nnd Is comfort
ably lilted up for cruising She makes
about two trips n your from Guam lo
Yokohama, and tho nlllcers statloncit
at Guam tako their turn In making
tho run for n vacation She Is not
speedy 111 her present condition, and It
vv 111 take nearly thirteen uuvs
reach Ilrcmorton. As one ollleer e-
nresRcd It this morning, "she might
mnko ten -Knots If she was iieing
chased by all enemy, but she'd prob
ably blow herself out of tho water
do ng it
Tho Supply Is carrying to the Coast
from this port 11 few' discharged sol
diers, and four stingglers from tho
navy transport Iluffnlo, who .ire being
sent back to their ship.
Dcsplto llio elniiuence of Attorney
fieorgo A, flnvls, that held the alten
Hon nt tho court for several hours yes
tcrday afternoon, linil resumed this
morning. United Slates District Judgo
demons ruled against his clients and
dismissed the suit brought by three
tailors ngnlnst Captain Nlckcrson nf
tho ship William I I'wo.
Tho sailors asserted that certain
wages wcro due them from tho cap
tain, and ono Georges claimed 150 ad
lug on n re- ineir piaees auoarci 1110 vessel, no Bam v , , . -. , , , , ,,n.
u.u .. mi.. niin.. ii,i iimuionmn oinrina
loId'oK .'he'onlum dlbv-Tho see' ' oo. y"' ightB nnd ruoltle. I..tilcll
ond mnioV L D km.m 'vv V , w ' V r'givC' ZTZ
!"-"" ''!. CitX "f !-, boater xeeV C;....t gho'S "n"
111 the Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pany's service. Kenncy testified that
lie had often seen ns many ns six Chi
nese passengers lying on tho floor of
tho "opium den" under thq Influence
of tho drug.
1'rophct) Trans. l'acltlr KrelglU War.
WASHINGTON, June !".. A trans
I'nclllc freight war s piophcsled by
CoiiRiil General Anderson of Hong
kong, In 11 report tn tho Stnlo Depart
ment. The Nippon Yusen Walshn and
the Calcutta I'.iclllc Const fi eight con
ference hnvo locked horns ovor tho
shipment of gunny bags to tho United
Stntea and 11 general war on all freight
and particularly upon goods fiom In
dia for the United States Is in pros
pect. Tho freight on tea at present
from Calcutta to the Pacific coast Is
12 11 ton; that on all other commod
ities, except prison Jute, K gold a ton
and on prison Jute Jti a ton all, cubic
feet tons nnd all subject to a deferred
rebate of $2 a ton.
Xew Knipresses nre Pictured
Advertising matter relating In tho
two now- nnd fast liners soon In ho
operated In tho Canadian I'nclllc
tians-l'aclllc sorvlce bus been re
ceived hero with plcturos ot the now
I'nclllc liners, the impress of A'a
and Kmpross of Russia, now under
construction on the Clyde for "tho
shortest and smoothest route across
tho Purine." on tho tovor Tho now
liners nro expected to bo ready next
year and will ho operated on 11 sched
ule which will provldo for a ten-day
tilp between Victoria nnd Yokohama
.liip.iiii",!) Line lias It.iNed Kales.
After carefully considering tho
views of tho Yokohama Chamber ot
Commorco nnd of Japanoso merch
ants connected with foreign trudo, to
gether with tho roport of tho Depart
ment of Agriculture nnd Commerce
on tho ciuostlnn, the Communications
Department decided to grant tho ap
plication ot tho Nippon Yusen Kalshn
lor permission to Increase the fi eights
1111 Its Kiiropegn lino. Kxeoptlon, hovv
over, Is made In favor of oxports which
1110 pioductR peculiar tn Japan, goods
which havo to meet tho competition
of similar articles on tho foreign
markets, goods the oxport ot which
has prospects of Increasing In futiiie,
weather pievnlliug dining a portion of nnd goods of small value, and In favoi
tho trip. Owing tii u hcuvj swell ut ul machinery specially pioduced
Knhulul. Tho cnptnln and Third Mnto
Howard I Goso. brought back, from
Knhulul tn appear In tho enso. denied
ench unci every nllcgnllon. tor lacic
nf corroboration tho testimony of tho
eomplsliilng vvltncsscB was considered
l'rlvalo Henry Ilnnson, Company F,
0th Infantry. Is credited with "an ex
traordinary display of courago and en
ilurnnro" In general ordors recently Is
Hied by Gen. Hell, commanding tho
Philippines Division. It appears, that
Hanson nnd other BOlcllers wero enp
sized In a balllioat on Lako I.anao, in
Mindanao, and Hint whllo his com
rades clung tn tho upturned boat Han
Mm swam two miles to tho shoro and
ran to tho ramp, whfcji ho reached In
a stale of exhaustion. In splto of which
ho managed to nllut tho rescuing par
ty back to tho scene, of tho accident
nm save tho lives nt his comrnucB
Tho accident hnpponcd during n Blorm
at night Genernl Hell recommonded
that Hanson bo aw aided n certificate
n irmlenev tn enliven affairs and con
tilbuto materially to 1110 gaiety 01 an
concerned. William J. Dryan's "cross
of go'ld and rrown ot thorns" speech,
which gave hlin several nomiiiiuions
for tho Presidency on tho Democratic
ticket has not been forgotten It Is
Hiirmlsed the Colonel may havo tills
nrnrpilnllt In m lid and seek to mill
himself upwind by his bootstraps In
the same fashion
'l',.(l lVim'l Admit Defeat
Tho loss of New- Jersey by a clean
aweeii illil not havo any effect In bol
stering up tho hopes nf President Tuft
and his followers. It siucu ciovvn as
u, sort of last straw , but tho camel
r,.riiK,i in m m t that Its duck was
broken. Mr. Taft merely repeated
his assertion that r,70 delegates nre nn
his Btrlng. thlrtey mnro than sutllclcnt
tn nominate, and let It go at Hint. I In
.tneitiiiwl to admit tint'nny warrant
existed for reports tnat n movement
was on foot to suggest ins wiiuuriiwi
In favor of somo uccopiaiuo mint
horse. It vvhb nlso vehemently de
nied Hint a party of prominent Ohio
politicians walled on Mr. Tnft at the
White House and urged him to step
As an answer to theso allegations
tho President Instructed him lleutcn
nnts In Ohio to Jump In and pick oil
tho dclcgntCB at largo In tho Chicago
((invention. Ho told them to light un
til they dropped from oxhnustlnn nnd
not permit a single delegato to escape.
In this nnd other ways, 111 1110 vcu
last, tho President has manifested tho
possession 01 umu iihiiin't. "iw-
Harding to .Miinimuc.
Warren O. Harding, former Lieu
tenant Governor of Ohio, has been
tentatively selected as tho proper mail
to place tho namo of Mr. Tuft In nom
ination at Chlcngo. Ho Is considered
....... II.. .I.). ...nl I,,, a ,. i..imI
excoiuiMiiuiy iiihu . " ,."-" ,
record In the Stuto It vvns nt llrst'
supposciF Hint Senator Ilurtun would
perform this service, nui 11 inier en
veloped that Mr. llurtou has been
working to obtain tno iiomir ior air.
Harding since last December
Tho task of choosing delegates to I
Chltago has been ended. The last
Stato has held Its. primaries nnu con
ventions. The Taft and ltoosevelt
mnnngers Insist that their candidate
Is In a position to win hands down. A
few people who always like to bo en
couraging nnd niiiko trouble liiBlst
Ibnt 1j Folletto with his fow delcgntcs
vvlJJ hold the balalico of power In the
big convention and bo In a position
to cither dlctuto terms or namo the
eventual candidate, which would bo
neither Tnft nor ltoosevelt. Somo
folks hnvo grnwn sober when hearing
this pleasantry advanced Strungn
things happen and It Is barely pns-
rt- . t & v y j y v v v 'v -
lUSSKMUIItS AltlllVKI) I
siblo that Mr. In Folletto, with Wis-
cousin bohlnd.lilm and a few scatter
ing delegates from eleswheic, might
really occupy tho enviable position Indicated.
South Dakota's primaries, Juno 4,
nnd (ho stato conventions of Arizona
nnd Ohio did not engngc the personal
ncllvlly of Col. ltoosevelt or Presi
dent Tnft, but Senator Ln Folletto
made a scries of speeches In South
Upon returning from n visit to New
Ynrk Senntor Dixon, tho campaign
manager for Col. ltoosevelt, inado the
prediction that Col. ltoosevelt would
have more than COO delegates on tho
first ballot In tho Chlcngn convention,
exclusive of contested delegates. In
cluded In this number, he said, would
be more tluin thirty frpm New York.
President Tnft's manngor, Iteprc
Hcntntlvo Wllllnm I). McKlnlcy of Illi
nois, nssqrtcd that tho Prcdldont's nc-
luai ueiegaie sirengiii hi iiruscni vwin
f74, exclusive of tho delegates at largo
In Ohio or TexnR. He wns emphatic
In his prediction of n nomination for
tho President on the llrst bnltot.
Senator Dixon predicted that Gov
ernor Hndlcy of Missouri would bo
the ltoosevelt choice for temporary
chairman of the convention
"That Is, of course, subject lo
change If conditions change," said thr
Senator "I believe, however, that
Governor llndlcy's nnino will be pro
posed' for tho place, nml that William
It. Prendergnst of New York, despite
leccnt Illness, will mnko the speech
placing Col. llooscvclt In nomination."
Other ltoosevelt lenders here, while
refusing tn discuss tho situation open
ly, dn not hesitate to predict n light In
tho convention the moment the name
nf 11 temporary chairman Is proposed
The attitude ot tho Tnft managers
here Indicates that they will lend
their full Biipport to Chairman Hnrry
H. Now In tho effort to scat Senntor
KIII111 Uoot of New York na temporary
chairman of tho convention. It Is
understood that tho Taft forces were
not Informed of tho selection of Sen
ntor Hoot until after tho latter had
ncceptcd Chairman New 'a Invitation,
but havo seized what they believe to
bo an opportunity to weld togothcr
New- York's delcgntcs and other dele
gations that will support tho national
committee upon this Issue
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AT THE PORT
Hot plute dollies may bo mndo by
covering asbestos pads with linen
Use heavy butcher's linen and cut llko
the pad, only larger, bo as tn allow
rur a seam. For tho othe rslclo cut in
the same way, only In two pieces that
will overlap In the (enter Sew to
gether nnd turn Insldo out. nnd cro
chet n narrow edging nil around ot
In place of tho crocheted lace, any
heavy lace may be used Slip over the
asbestos and sow the overlapping
pieces together. ,
In yon want to reach country peo
ple Use the Weekly llnllelln.
Tho Intcr-Islnnd Blcnmcr Noenu Is
on tho berth tn depart for Kauai on
Tho United Stntcs nnvnl transport
Supply, which arrived at the port cm
last .Sunday, Is In sail for Scnttlc this
A wide variety nf freight Is going
Into the steamer Kllauea preparatory
In tho Balling of that vessel nn Tues
day noon for Kona nnd Knu ports of
A fnlr-slzed list of passengers ban
been booked for departure for Hlln
In tho Intcr-lBland steamer .Mauna
Ken, sailing for tho Dig Island port nl
4 o'clock this nftcrnoon.
Tnklng genernl enrgo Including lum
ber nnd fertilizer, tho Inter-lshiii'l
stenmer Mnul will depart at -I o'clock
this nftcrnoon for Koholnlele, Pnauiln,
Kukalau, Oooknln, I.aupaliochoo n.id
Tcmperntiirc 0 a. m 70; X n 111.,
70; to n. m 70; 12 noon, SO; mini
mum last night, 70.
Wind G n. in , velocity I, direction
K. 8 a. m., velocity fi, dllecttnii N. i: :
to n. in., velocity n, direction i:.; I"
noon, velocity 7, direction N. H. Move
ment past 21 hoiinc, 100 miles.
llnromolcr at 8 n. m 30.0.".. Kola
live luimldltv 8 a. m flS. Dew point
at 8 a. m.. fit. Absolute humidity, S
n 111., 0.270. Total rainfall during tho
past 24 hours, .03.
The bill iicrnilttlng tho annul Trunk
railroad, through tho Southern New
I!uiilaiid riillriiuil. to extend Its system
I tn llnstnn, was passed to be engiossed
111 Hie .VIllHHIICIIUHCllS JlllUbO U"
Per Btnir. Mnunn Ken. frrtm Hlln nnd"
way ports, Juno in. s. W. Ilolmcr,
A. Pnttlsnn, Miss Hcywond, MIsb
Claik. Miss Stncoy, J. J. Von Aalst
and wife, D. Schutto. S. C Dunu.Mrs.
J. W. llalns, A. Frnscr, Mrs. J. Grn
ellus nnd thrco chlldicn, Miss I,. Mnlr,
Mrs. J. T. Mnlr. M. Mederlos, C. Car
ter. L. II. Iteoves. Itev. S. U. Wonlloy.
Itov. J. Smith. Mrs. Tniinuo nml child,
Mrs, N'akatsuiand son. Mrs, Iugl nnd
Hon, Miss D. U. Cniueinn, Mrs, H. N,
Holmes, P. I.. Carter, J Morrison,
Mrs, Mntsii'li'ma, C. McCleuan and
wife. Mrs. J. F. Cowan, Mrs. II II
Hellion and daughter, Miss 11. Vnlln,
Miss M. Undorhlll. Mrs. S. Tho-np
win. K. Gelsccko. A. Weill. Miss Pn
klnlmukn, O. Scirenson nnd wlfo. A.
Lindsay, Sam Pniker, Jr., J. It Mack
Inttwh, A. Jesus, Ir nnd wife, 11
Glndo, F. F. Lacks. A. Mngooii. It. I
Llllle. L. M. I.aldwln and wife. S. O.
Colin. II. Abu, Ceo. Fieeland, C. liar
inn, L. L. McCandless, G. K. Keawo
luku, Paul Jlookl.
Per Btmr. Noeau. from Knuul ports,
Juno 1.',. r.,1). Iluldwln, D. II Mur
dock, t deck.
Give your grocer an order for
Tlie scientific cooking compound
Better than butter or lard
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants,
Merchant Street, near Fort Street