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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1912.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Lmte S. F. Arrltc Hon. Lome linn. Arrlre 8. F.
1 M H HII'HItA . .... Jt'l.Y 2T At'dl'HT 2
H S IINTI'UA Jl'I.Y 'I JULY 9
JC" Ilrvl rluxi, single, S. l'.l fill) first rln, round trip, Sun I'rnnrlsco.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD., General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
HI on morn nf tlic above company v 111 mil at Honolulu anil lonvn tills
(ifiit on nr about tho dates mentioned below:
ro 'i in: oitmr. roit sx fimm'isch.
0.0. Nils . . . Juno23 S. S. Persia July 2
S. 0. Mongolia July 4 S. 8. Korea July 9
0. S. Persia . July 27 8. 8. Sibrrla July 23
Tor K'tunil Informntlon apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
Sli'.ironro ot llin ntimn ('unip'iliy
hIhi-iI 11m- ilatcH mentioned below:'
voit 'i in: o!iii:vr.
0. S. Chiyo Maru June 21
0. G. Tenyo Mnru July 18
8. S. Nippon Maru July 12
3. 0. Tenyo Maru... July 18
nils nt Mftulla. riniiltliiR roll lit
CASTLE & COOKE,
Matson Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu.
IIMMI SIX FKA.MiSfU. Hilt SVX FltlXCISCO.
8. 8. Honolulan Juno IS S. S. Wilholmina Juno19
S. S. Lurlino July 3 S. S. Honolulan Juno 26
S. 8. Wilholmina July 9 8. S. Lurlino July 9
S. S. Honolulan July 16 s. S. Wilhelmina . . July 17
S. 3. HYADES sails from Seattle for Honolulu dlroct on or about
JUNE 22, 1912.
l'or fnrdier particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
nut n.ii vm Ai'sriiM.n. foii VAXcorvnt.
0. S. Makura . ... Juno 19 8. S. Zoalandia Juno 18
0. S. Zealandia.. July 17 S. S. Marama July 10
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VI.i Tcliiinnlrpic inrj slith 1I113. Freight receded ul all times nt Hie
Cuinp.iiij's Mluirf, list lllrcil, Ninth llrimkljn.
FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA TO HONOLULU DIRECT
S. 8. MEXICAN, to tail about JUNE 16
S. 3. COLUMBIAN, to sail about .... JUNE 27
S. 8. ALASKAN, to tail about ..JULY 8
For further Information njiply to 11. HACKFEL1I & CO., I,TI, agents,
H I"!". ('. I'. JIOIISi:, (.'cueriil Frrltclit Agent.
PL one 2295 Readies
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
A I.I, KI.MIS OF UOCK AXD SAXD FOB CO.NUUUTE ,WMK.
FlltnrOOl) AMI COAL. , ,, j
03 OJ-KKX STIILKT. p. 0. iiox 21"
For particulars sec
Fid. L Waldron.Ltd.
836 Fort Street
Pau Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH
Will Do It
will cull at ami leave Honolulu nn ur
for six nt.txci.sro.
S. 8. Nippon Miru Juno IS
8. 8. Sluuyo Maru July 16
S. 3. Tenyo Maru Juno 25
8. S. Chiyo Maru Auguit 13
LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu.
Oahu Railway Time Table
For Walanae. Wululuu, Kahuku and
way KtutioiiB '3 15 u m , 2 20 p in
,r iiTi i ny, i.wu miii mm way
nmiians 1 1 au a. in., '9 15 u in
II 30 u. in., 2- in p. in, 3 20 p. in.!
f. 1G p. iu, i);2u p. iu.. til: lb p. m
Fur Wablaru und Illoliuu "10:30
a in, !: IS p. ni.. t'J.30 i. in., til: IS
Arrive Honolulu frcm Kahuku, Wul
uluu ami Wuluiiae 'oSC a. ill., '5:31
ArriVH Honolulu (rnm Rwn Mill i.n.t
Pearl City 17:45 u. in, '8:30 a. ni
11-02 11 in.. M:40 p. m, 4:28 p. iu.,
1. ai p. ia.. ,:3i) p. m.
Arrive HrTnolulii frnn. Wiihlnwn nnil
Illehuu 9:1C u. m., tl:40 p. in.,
5:31 11. m. till: ill n. in.
"he Hulellva Limited, a two-hour
train (ouly (list class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Suuduy
at 8 :G 11, m.; returning, arrives Iu
Honolulu at 10-10 p. in. The Limited
j stops only at Pearl City and Wulamte
I outward, and Walanae, Walpahu und
1 Pearl City Inward.
Dally. tFunday Kxctpted. JSuti-
O. P. DUNISON, K. C. SMITH,
Superintendent. a. P. A,
I'lioto F.ngraTlng nf highest grade
rim niitr he secured from llio II u I
I 1 1 u l'lnilo l.'uKruclug' pluuL
Established In 18S8.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial nnil Travelers'
Letters nf Credit Issued on
Hip Hank nf California nnd
Tlic London Joint Slock Hunk
Correspondents for III
American Express Company
nnd Thus. Cook & San.
Interest allowed on Term
and Hillings Hank lfrpnjlls.
BANK OF HONOLULU
PA 111 CAPITAL C00.0(8
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO
Imlles jour Arrnnnt nnd
nlfrrs Millsfurtorjr service.
Loans nt market rates.
Exchnuge nnd Cable Irani,
Trawlers' Credits nnd
Cheeks mailable eTerjwliere.
The Yokohama Specie
11F..U) OFFICE YOKOHAMA
Capital Subscribed .Yen 48,000,000.
Capital Paid Up.... Yen 30,000,000
ltesorved Fund ....Yon 17,500,000
General banking business
transacted. Savings accounts for
1 and upwards.
Fire und burglar-proof vaults,
with Safe Deposit Boxes for rent
at (2 per year tad upwards.
Trunks and cases to bo Sept on
custody at inoderato rates.
Particulars to be applied for.
XII AKA1, Manager.
Honol'ilu Olllco, Iletliel und Mer
chant Streets. Telephones 2421
and 1094. 1. 0. IJox 108.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
PLUMBER8 and SHEET METAL
STOVE8 and RANGE8
Corner King and Bishop Streets
Phono No. 3037
Consulting, Designing nnd Con-
Drldges, Uulldlngs, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Iteports and Kstlmates on Pro
jects. Phone 104S.
OF ALL KINDS
DEALERS IN LUMBER
ALLEN & ROBINSON
Queen 8tret Honolulu
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and llullder
Estimates glveu on all kluds ot
Concrete Work a Specialty
I'AIIAIII NTItDLT, NLAlt NUUANU
P. H. BURNETTE
Commlxloner of Deeds lor Califor
nia and New York) NOTARY PUB.
LIC Grants Marriagt '.icenses. Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of 8ale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST,
HONOLULU, Phone 1346.
No. I, No. 2, No. 3
CRUSHED ROCK and SAND In the c
id at tho right time and place.
The bost CRUSHED ROCK and SAND In the city delivered
anywhere and at tho right time and place.
Honolulu Construction & Graying Co..Lti.,
Alexander & Baldwin,
and Insurance Agents
Hawaiian Commercial Burar C
Haiku Bucar Company.
AIhuI Agricultural Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
tacKryde Sugar Company.
Kuhullll Hallroad Company.
Kauai Ilallnay Company.
Haiku Fruit ami Packing Company.
Kauai Frull and Land Company.
Castle & Cooke
HONOLULU, T. H.
8U0AH FACTORS,, SHIPPINO AND
FIRE, LITE, MARINE, TOURI8T8'
UAGOAGE AND AUTOMOBILE
Hun Planlatluii Company
Walalun Agricultural Co, I.til.
Kohahi StiKur Co
Apokoa Sugar Co, Ltd.
Mutson Navigation Co.
j Toyo Klsen Kalshu
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8HIPPINO, COMMISSION AND
OFFICErtS AND DIRECTORS
a V. U1S1IOP President
OF.O. 11. noUKUTSON
Vice-President and Manager
W. W. NORTH Treasurer
HICHAKD IVKRS Secretary
J. It. O ALT Auditor
OKO. n. CAnTER Director
H, A, COOKC Director
A. O ARTLEY Director
('. II COOKK Director
Is not 11 Luxury II Is n Necessity.
Hut jou Must Iinro Ihe 1IKST
and Unit In provided lir the famous
uud nivKt ciiiilliihlu Lima of Manna-
l-hunelts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF HUSTON, MAHHACHIJSirrrS.
If jon would bo fully Informed about
these Inun, address
CASTLE & COOKE,
HONOLULU. T. II
I he B. F. Dillingham Co.
(leucral Agent for llnnnllt
Atlas Assurance Company nf London,
firw York Underwriters' Agency,
I'rotldeiiru Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOIt, STAMILNWALI) HL1KI.
KAHM SYSTEM of REINFORCED
Cup Bars, Rib Metal, lly, Rib, Lath,
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islands
lines I jour money In lliilletln
udiertlslng uud II rvlnru to tou
REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF Mc-
BRYDE SUGAR COMPANY,
The undersigned, The Flrat Ameri
can Havings & Trust Company ot Ha
wall, Limited, Truatce under tlioDecd
nf Trust dated the 2S day of June,
A D. 1902, tnudo by tlio McUryde Sug
ar Company, Limited, to the under
signed ns Trustee, hereby gives notice
to the Itondholders of the McUrydu
Hugur Coinpnny, Limited, that In ac
cordance with the terms nnd provi
sions of xrild Trust Deed said Com
pany will redeem and pay ull Its out
standing bunds with nccrued Interest
tlureon 011 the 1st day of July, 1V12,
nt the olllco of the First National Hank
of Hawaii In Honolulu, T. II., or at
the option of the holders of said bonds
at the olllco of the Dank of California
In the City of Han Francisco, Bluto
of California, or at the olllce of Laid
law Co , Hankers, In the City of
Now York, Htate of New York.
The holders of said bonds are hereby
notified to present the snino for pay
ment of principal nnd Interest to July
1, 1912, nnd for cancellation nt any 0110
of the places nnd on or before the
date hist above mentioned, nnd said
holders ore further untitled that If
nny of said bonds are not xo presented
the. McUryde Hugar Company, Limit
ed, will deposit with the undersigned
as Trustee nt Its olllco In snld Hono
lulu 011 Kiitd July 1, 1912, the ninount
of the principal and Interest to July
1, 1912, duo on said bonds so unprc
soited, ami that tlureupon nil Interest
011 snld bonds xu unpresented and ull
rights thereunder except the collection
of said deposit will cease.
Till: riHHT AMERICAN HAVINC1S
&. TRUST CO. OF HAWAII. LTD,
Trustee under Trust Deed of McUryde
Sugar Co., Ltd,
(Signed) Uy CECIL 11ROWN,
Honolulu, T II.. Mny C, 1912.
r,2l3 May 21, 24, 2S. 31; June 4, 7, 11,
14, 18, 21, 25, 28; July 1
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Thero will lie n meeting of the stock
holders of the llounkon Lyceum on
June 29, A. D. 1912, nt 7:30 p. in., nt
Honolulu Lyceum, Honoknn, Hawaii.
WM. J. ItlCKAItl).
Secretary, Honokna Lyceum.
IN THE MAYTER OF CLEAN-UP
At 11 Supervisors' meeting held the
1 Ith day nf June, A. D 1912, It wus
moved und carried as the sense of the
lloniil of Supervisors of tho Vlty nnd
County of Honolulu that property own
ers In the city and County of Hono
lulu cooperate with the authorities on
Cleiin-tTp Day, June 20, A. D. 1912, by
gathering ull garbage which mny be
found mi their piemlses and having It
put Iu containers, such containers to
lie pluced mi sldewulks, iiinklug It easy
of access to garbago collectors; and
also tho snld property owners segre
gate such garbage collected, by plac
ing thu unliurmible stuff 111 one con
tainer mid the burnable In another.
1). KALAUOKALANI Jit,
ClcrW. City uud County of Honolulu.
CALL FOR TENDERS.
The president of the Hoard of Re
gents will recclve tenders until 12
o'clock noon, June 24, for removing tho
buildings of the College of Hawaii from
their present location, Hcretanlu-Youiig
strtets, to tho permanent grounds In
.tanoa Valley Plans nnd directions
may be secured from John W. Oil
more nt the colli ge, nnd tenders should
be lift nt the olllce of the First Judge,
The right Is reserved to reject nny
or all tenders.
HENRY E. COOPER,
President, Hoard of Regents.
TENDERS, CONCRETE BRIDGE.
The Kuuul Loan Fund Commission
will receive bids until 12 o'clock noon
of July C. 1912, nt Llhue, Kauai, T. II.,
for the construction of a 100-foot Rein
forced Concrete Qlrdcr l)rldg across
Klluuen stream, nt K I la nca, Kauat.
Plans, specifications nnd particulars
will be furnished by the underslgneA
upon application accompanied by J 5.
J. II. MORACJNE.
Engineer for Kniial Loan Fund Com
mission. Llhue, Kauai. C2C0-Ct
Per stmr. Kllauon, for Kona and
Knu ports, June 18. Hlclinrd Miller,
Mrs. V. C. Miller, Geo. Arnemaun,
Miss E.Arnomaiin, Mtas Edith Aungat,
Elmer Annual, Mr. und Mrs, Robert
I Mud uud servants, K. II. WodcluniHC,
Mr. and Mrs. James Hind, Monti
LoIkIiIoh II lud, Murgarot and Kvi
I Mud, Mr. und Mrs. .1. A. Mngulro, Fin
tu K'aal, Mubul Wilcox. K. Smith, W.
.1. 1'nrln. Alox. Pari. Lawrenco (Jay,
Ernest Cay, Elsie and Mny (lay, (I. C.
II. M. Verdaser, Mrs. K. Akana, K. II.
Wndehiiuse, Jr., Jullu Alicia, Holund
Ray, Y. Muefarluno, Richard Muller,
Mrs. W. Muller. Miss Currlo Muller,
Mis. Cinlg, Wllllo, Herman und Chan.
Luis, A. A. Akana, .1. A. Noble, Lio
PASSENIlEltS II00KEI) I
Per Btmr. Mlkulmla, for Mnul und
Molokal portB, Juno 18. Miss ,1. Nu
iilkiiu. Per stmr. W. (1. Hall, for Kauul
ports, .liino 20. Frances llower. David
II, W. II. Whhurd, John Fornandez,
M I'Vrntind07., Alfred Fcrnnndnz.
Per Btmr. Claudlne, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Juno 21. Mrs. II. A, 0 1 11,
Mrs. 8. A. Cumpbull, Myrllo Taylor,
Mabel Taylor, Colin Caso, A. (llhb, Es
tlier aibb, Ernest llnldwln, II. Harvey,
II. IlaLlw In. Mrs. II. Ahleoug. L.
AcheouK, J. C. Cohen, Mrs. Cohen, II.
II. Poguo, Parker CuuiniliigB, A. Par
fcous, I), llrowu, .1. Chaliuors, Miss E.
Chalmers. E. (lay, Chas. (lay, It. (lay,
I. Oay. May (lay, Ernest Qay, W, M.
Vctleseu, V. M. Marclel, II. A. Drum
mom!, M. Alouu, Win, Hula, II, Coop
er, M, Hliuin, J. F. Corrca.
I.IIItTE. June 11 The meeting of
the "Neighborhood Club" on Saturday
eunlug nt the home of Mr nnd Mrs.
F W. Carter imitlnues the felicitous
tradition of this organization for orlg
Innllly nnd good-fellowship. Mrs. Car
ter, ns a grneloiiH and kindly uld lady,
received her friends In Uie guise und
garb of rollicking children, and saw
to It thnt they had n thoroughly good
Mine from stmt to llnlsh.
The costumes were nn unfailing
source of Interest nnd merriment, In
some cases so changing the appear
ance as to obscure Identity.
Prizes were nwarded by linllot for
the best nll-iiround Impersonations n
follows: J. Jl. Lydgate, Mrs J. II,
Coney, Mlts L. Day, J. II. Morngne,
Mrs. Onus, Wilcox, Miss C. Ayer and
K. W. llroadbent (liirden Island
Mrs. Wilcox's Luncheon.
Jlrs. A. H. Wilcox wns hostess to
one of her charming pol luncheons
nt 1 o'clock this afternoon In honor
of Mrs. Noonnn of Honolulu, The
color scheme for her tnble dtcorntlons
wus golden yellow, being carries! out
to n uoiiderfully artistic detail. Tho
Invited guests were Mrs, Noonati, Mrs.
Isenbirg, .Mrs. Spalding, Mrs. Kim
ball, Mrs Purvis, Mrs. Lydgnte, Mrs.
Stewart. Mrs Makee, .Mrs Weber, Mrs.
Hogg, Mrs P Rice, Mrs. C. Vllcox,
Mis. Charles Rice, Mrs, Coney, Mrs.
llroadbent, Mrs, Win ltlco Jr , Mrs.
Hills, Mrs Wlshnrd. Mrs. It. Wilcox,
Mis Putmnn, Mrjt. 0 P. Wilcox, Mrs.
Wnterhouse, Misses Hrcwen, Wlll-
stou, Mumford, Wnttrhuuse, Lulu
Wiber nnd Kniil Wilcox.
Mr. and Mrs. Truscott's Dinner.
Mr nml Mrs Harold S. Truscott
entertained a dinner paity Friday
night The table was tastefully dec
orated 111 red hibiscus and red crepo
paper. A very line dinner was served
ml enjoyed by Mr. nnd Mrs. C II.
Ilofgnnid, Mr. nml Mrs. II. I). II11I1I
wln, Mr nnd .Mrs. W. Heluiltze, Miss
May Woodman, Mr. Hayer and Mr.
mid Mrs TriiHciiit.
A ciowd of young people from Mc-
Ilijile nnd Hniinpepe spent n very
lilensnnt il.iy hist Sunday. They left
Eleele at 10 11 clock bound for the beau
tiful home of Mr Walter Mcllryrte,
where they were entertnlned nt n
luncheon that only Mr. Itryde's chef
could prepare. After luncheon tho
bunch ngaln mounted nnd took In the
Kllnuea-Kolna game at Koloa. Thoso
composing tho very pleasant outing
were the Misses Janet Hustle, Lcpna
Ijiube, Norn llnffley, Mabel Hustle,
Marlon Hustle. Mary Miller. Messrs.
flllinun, Itnth, Church, Miller, Dilling
ham and Loveland,
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis and Mr Mc
Uryde were callers In Wablawn on
Mrs. Menefngllo nnd children nrc
visiting Mrs. Frank Alexander,
Mrs. J L. Ilnlnrtxori of Eleele gave
a eiy enjnyiible afternoon ten on
Wednesday that her frlemlH might
meet Mrs. Frnnk Alexander. Tho care
ful selection of guests rnuged nil the
way from Llhue to Wnlinen. nml n
most congenial nnd delightful after
noon was the result. Mrs. Robertson
inndo n most charming hostess, nml
J I., lidded nil Irrepressible element
of humor nnd vlvnclty A very en
joyable feature of the afternoon was
tho excellent unixl) of the Eleejo
LIIIUE. Juno 11. Declaring thnt tho
Makee Sugar Cmppnny Is discrimin
ating against certain homesteaders In
so far as It bus one contract for a cer
tain class and another fur tlus haoles;
that such contracts Include the mort
gaging of tho homesteaders' Improve
ments In case of the fnlluro of a cuno
ctop;,thnt such contract will keep the
homesteader In debt with tho planta
tion Imlellnltely; that nn entire colony
lias not uccnmpllslicd anything fur the
past thiee years, since the period of
Its extstenco ns homesteaders, uud that
there seems no possibility In their ever
doing so, Is the way In which Small
Hirmer Vnndevcr, u former Creen
county (III.) fnnner who has slnco Inst
November owned u homestead on the
Kapnii lands, expressed himself to 'a
reporter Just before ho sailed for Ho
nolulu Inst Saturday.
"I camo here lust November," said
Mr. Vnndevcr, "thinking I might prollt
by the experience of those who had
preceded me. 1 found out, however.
Unit they weie as much nt sea ns to
what to grow ns I was, and us eiiinlly
us unsuccessful In their attempt to oven
make a living out of their homesteads.
I may retain to the Island, but It Is
rather doubtful, ns thciu seems abso
lutely no cliaucii to succeed us a hai.iv-
steailer under the prevailing condi
A reporter, on .Investigating Mr.
uVndever's charges as to "contracts,
etc", leained that the colony rcrVircd
to Is situated 011 the opposite side of
u largo streuiu whUh must necessarily
lie spanned by mi expensive trestle In
order to get n ciop 10 tlio mill, mid
that the company Is more than willing
to construct such trestle, providing the
tnlruiy will plant a siilllcleut ucrengo
of cane to Justify the expense of such
construction. Tills Is said to be nt
leust one hundred acres, und that thu
colonists Ikino us yet been unablu to
I git together on such nn agreement Is
snld tu be the reason glwn by tlm
plantation for lint having planted their
lands Harden Island
For Catarrh, Hay Fever.
VESSFAS TO AltlUVK
Tuesday, June 18.
Sydney via Auckland nnd FIJI S?ea-
Innilla, (J.-A. 8. S.
Wednesday, June 19.
San Francisco Honolulan, M. N.
S. S. '
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne.
Kuur.1 portB W. O. Hnll, stmr.
Vancouver' nnd Victoria Mnkura,
C.-A. d. S.
, Friday, June 21.
dan Francisco Chiyo Mnru, Jap.
Saturday, June 22.
Illlo via wuy ports Maunn Kca,
Sunday, June 23.
Maul, Moloknt and Lnnal ports MI
Kntial ports Klnaii, stmr.
Central and South American porta
Klyo Mnru, Jap. rtmr.
Monday, June 24.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco nnd
Seattle Mexican, A.-II. 8. S.
Tuesday, Juno 25.
Hongkong via Japan ports Tonyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Konn nnd Knu portB Kllnuen.
Hllo vln way ports Mauna Ke,
Wednesday, June 26.
Maul and Hawaii portB Claudlne,
Kauai jiorts W. O. Hnll, stmr.
Friday, June 28.
San Francisco Nile, P. M. 8. S,
Saturday, June 29.
Illlo via wny porta Mauna Kea,
Sunday, June 30.
Knual porln Klnau, stmr.
Maul, Molokat and Lannl ports Ml
VESSELS TO DEPART
Tuesday, June IB.
Vancouver and Victoria Zealan
dia, C.-A. 8. 8., p.m.
San Francisco Nippon Maru, Jap.
Maul, Molokat and Lanal ports Ml
kaliala, stmr,, r p.m.
Kntinl ports Klnau, Btmr., G p.m..
Wednesday, June 19.
Hllo via wny ports Mauna Koa,
stmr., 10 n.m.
Sydney vln FIJI and Auckland Ma
kurn, C.-A. 8. 3.
San Francisco Wilhelmina, M. N.
S. S 10 a.m. e
Thursday, June 20.
Knual porta, W. O. Hall, stmr., 5
Friday, June 21.
Maul and Hawaii ports Claudlne,
stmr., C p.m.
Hongkong via Japan ports Chiyo
Mnru, Jap. stmr, ,
Saturday, June 22.
Illlo via way port Mnunn Ken,
stmr., 4 p.m.
Tuesday, June 25.
San Francisco Tenyo Maru, Jap.
Hongkong via Japan ports Klyo
Maru, Jap. stmr.
Wednesday, June 26.
Snn Francisco Honolulu, M. N. 8.
S., 10 a.m.
Friday, June 28.
Hongkong via Japan ports NIlo,
I. M. S. 8.
Kona and Kan porta Kllauca,
Malls, are due from the following
points as follows:
Yokohama Tenyo Mnru, June 25.
Snn Francisco Honolulan. Juno 19.
Victoria Makura, Juno ID.
Colonies Zealaudln, Juno 18.
Malls will depart for the followtm
points as follows;
Yokohama Chiyo Morn, Juno 21.
Vancouver Zoalandia, Juno 18.
Colonies Makura, Juno 19,
San Francisco Nippon Maru, Juno 18
Logan, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Juno 1.
Sherman, from Honolulu for Guam and
Manila, May 20.
Shorldan from Honolulu for Ban Fran
cisco, Arrived April 7.
Crook, at San Francisco.
Ilufon, stationed on Pacific Coast.
Warren, stationed at tho Philippines.
Thomas, sailed from Honolulu for Ma
nila Juno 1 1.
Supply, sailed from Honolulu for Sent
tie, Juno in.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Juno 18, A. Kiihlmau, Mrs. II. Meyor,
Miss 8. Mayor, MIsb II, Moyor, O.
Meyor, II. Christian, P. Christian, F.
Alii, A. Atu, Muster Provln, Miss Pa
revla, It. Robert Kula, W. V. Hardy,
Mrs. A. Itaschh, Miss Piitmanii, Miss
E. II, (limit, Miss M. (limit, MIsb Wil
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