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ontaiii mm! r t h .ImmIv. -r s.oIi. SPORTS, CLASSIFIED AND SnirriNO NEWS SECTION. ami tirr for tin miml ;is wHl :is f r.M a risi ivt Fill m - ... , fc i i i ' ; m mmmmmm . ' - ' ' ' ' ' . -,r ' : ' ' ' - ' -: ' " : 1 ' ' ' TWELVE - HONOLULU STAIMSULLETIN, TTKSPAV, J FLY 7, 1014. IMUCE FIVE CEXT3 GOV. JOHNSON WON'T PAROLE BRIBER Iff (Associated I'reHs by Fed. Wireless. J ' SAN FRANCISCO. July 7. Abe Keuf, it Is believed, will serve at least half of hla sentence of ten years at San Quentin prison. Governor Hiram Johnson, in tn Authorized Interview published here this morning goes on record as Wins strongly opposed to the paroling of the onetirae political leader mho was convicted of bribing supervisors of San Francisco in rela tion to the granting of electric fran chises and other municipal privileges ff ' owing the fire and earthquake at Sn Francisco. - ,overnor Johnson, who aided in the prosecution and conviction of Reuf, in his statement today says: . "I do not believe that Reuf should be paroled at this time. I shall insist that he be treated the same as an or dinary prisoner." . FRENCH AVIATOR KILLED "LOOPING THE LOOP" Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. SAUMUR, Fran. July 7. George Iegagncux, a French aviator, was killed here yesterday during an ex hibition flight. He was attempting a double loop with his machine in, the air. The daring aviator had complet ed the second loop when the propeller of his machine broke. Legagnoux at tempted to glide down to the ground, but his machine struck the earth with "great force and. he was crushed to death. W . ' HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION PLANS TO COLLECT WATER PAYMENT Imperial Star-Bulletin Correspondence HILO, July 3. The board of super visors received a rather peremptory letter this week from the representa tives of the Hawaiian Evangelical As sociation anent the county's water bill. which now mounts up to the nice lit-J 4 1- m tiiijA on . l . m trnn AA ' ue loiai ui f of fu.oa, ine hum oi oa-.a, laving been' added on for rentals for the months of March and April, not taking into account the later months. . ... i The Hawaiian Evangelical Associa- ' tlon's legal counsel has . breathed a threat that if this little account isn't settled in the, very ,. near i future the matter will be taken into court The association, as.kamaainas know,-owns the tract' above, .the town whereon llllo's water supply isfound. piped to the lower levels and distributed among the householders. ' There is pending, however, a dispute between th. county and the land-owners as td the water rate charged, and also a question as to whether the Evangeli . cal Association is entitled to lay claim to all or part of the water fee, be cause its title to the land apparently Is somewhat - clouded. The subject has been referred to the improve ments committee. ' i v.. ... i ;!.- The first dMsIon of the Koolaupo ; ko road 'work is well under way; and part of the highway-is in good trav eling condition row, according to City and County Treasurer Charles J.' Mc Carthy, who made a trip around the island the last of the week. The su pervisors started on this road work jately; and expect to spend a large 'sum on putting it In shape. Five thousands dollars was set aside as the initial appropriation. , . ACROSS THE . AMERICAN CONTINENT VIA THE SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD THROUGH THE GRAND CANYON , OF THE FEATHER RIVER 1AND THE ROYAL GORGE. . - F. L- WALDRON.'Ltd, Agents. F R E I G HT and . T 1 C K E T S Also Reservations any point on the mainland. See WELLS-FAR. GO & CO, 72 S. King St Tel 1515 WE WASH AND STERILIZE FEATHER PILLOWS ALEX YOUNG LAUNDRY Phone 3461 ' H.FUJIM0T0, Wholetala . Retan Dealer In ENGLISH AMERICAN WOOLEN, . C?LK AND COTTON GOODS X V ' Corner Nuuanu it Beretanla'St" " M1EHLSTEIN ADMITS MAJORITY OF CHARGES MADE Defends Action With Conten tion That Work Did Not In terfere With Official Duties A private caucus of the board of 6'ijervl8ors is expected to be held some time during the day to decide upon the final disposition of the charge made against Joseph J. Miehl stein, building and plumbing inspector of the city and county, who faced and made answer to the accusations at a meetlngrtJf the board of supervisors last night. At 7;30 o'clock this even ing, the members of the board are to assemble in open meeting and decide formally whether Miehlstein is to re tain office or not. For three hours last night the board sat as' a committee of the whole, and took up the accusations, all of which were preferred against the now sus pended building and plumbing Inspec tor by Supervisor M. C. Pacheco, for the purpose of hearing evidence in At the conclusion of this hearing the board adjourned until this evening e StZ. t ,mL h Z wm without giving any direct indication of MJ?h,tein; ,An -av1t by .Li in fL mo0r ' (Ham H. Stuart, formerly! president of how ft stood In the matter. 1 J.. , , ' ' i.i.. n,.u -TWs in substance is what Miehl- ?e now nkrupt Honolulu El-ctria i Z i . . 7 ! ..L . o- - Company, Ltd., jwas read in which it JSitiSJ? S..? ff-- Sf receive s recited that he had given Miehl cusations: That he was to rece ve . commission on four fan3 four and one-half WtJmAnjuM sold fae marketa. Peter8 contended the plans for improvement oMhe matter of interest to b , 7 Z ZutrZ- til. the board In the hearfng.-asi -a..com- 'f''lVi i iSS f mission is ot in itself anything ille in addition he was to get a lump sum . . mnroner of $75 for paying the bills of material, 8a' or i .Pf V J , to men and laborers. For all of this!- One of rst moves made by Pe work he said he had received but $100. Jers was, to disquam Pachecofrom He admitted receiving a commission j f, 0 if frrS? Ill of $3 each on four fans, and of selling ound that hehad P.. two other fans, which he had bought i;iMifSttVSTwS new for $20. for $33, the regular mar- e k -j, V-Vhi- Ih h " then stated he was ready to take purchased second-hand rnble which the cnarge8; and began with the he .later' sold i.lT.-JJnni.mlnordw. Ah Leong appear reasonable and fair price. He demur- . . . T m,ntaa ,afo on. avo hi(, red to the accusation that he had 1 done nis private wur uuuug uii.r uu. o, ,; preter then discialming the need of and said that he ad always, during one and nded by giving a very de the three years in office, given the uiled iccomU of ols business rela- municipality more ume man reqmreu Dy law, ... One point was brought out by E. C Peters, attorney for Miehlstein, and given much emphasis, and that was on the question of whether the inspect or's "private contract with th. markets interfered with his official work there. Miehlstein contended that it dtd not Jn any way. He said he was not requir ed, as inspector, to pass on" this job. as it had nothing to do with the build- 7 V , k ,Z CnrrvoT?avy and free from dandruff is mere Ln'?f' e n?,:0lLim,?:mily matter of using a little Dander in tiseti, ueius vuj ..uu. 1 TV. rl.m1.lnir fnr. Vo new I uiurf iusiaiiu icviui.cx. .IOiCv.wv.u, t nA tnernpnsive ' fn have he said, but it was agreed before he . ? Lfr J 5 it5rkt v .hnH ,ovinice, soft hair and lots nt It 'Just uuwwub - imDTOvements . , I aske t l do this wor saMMieni: I stein. "For a, long time there , had been a great deal of trouble between mrv0frr,0- of , health and supervisors over the con - dition of the markets. The supervis - ors had finally refused to have any thing more to do with it and withdrew their fish . inspectors. The board of health was threatening to close them up. They came to me at that time and asked me if I would draw up the plans, saying that 'they believed I could make them more satisfactorily than, anyone else in town. I agreed. I felt it was to the advantage of the city thatthi work be carried out, and so I took It at a figure consider ably less than the regular fee." . 0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE - .OUTWARD. . For Waianae, Walalua, Kahukn, and way stations 9: 15 a. nu 3:20 p. m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and way stations 17: 30 a.m-'.9:15 a. 11:30 a. nu 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m.. 5:15 p. nu 19:30 p. m., tll:15 p. m. For Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:20 a. na, t2:40 p. m. 5:00 p. 11:00 p. m. ; '-. - . . . INWARD. r- : Arrive Honolulu from Kahukn.lWai alua and Waianae 8: 36 a. .my. 5:31 p. m. : '"' : :' ' ,? Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17: 45 a. nu 8:36 a, m 11:02 a. m, 1:40 p. ,-nt, 4:25 p. m., 5:31 p. nu 7:30 p. m. ; Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua 9: 15 a. m., fl:55 pr nu 4:01 p. m., 7:10 p. m. f The Halelwa Limited, ; a two-hour train (only firstclass tickets honored) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. nu'for Haleiwa hotel; returning ar rives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Waianae. - -: "DaWy. fExcept Sunday. JSunday only. a P. DENISON, F. C SMITH, Superintendent ' ' ". ; G. P. A. T. MURAKAMI SHOTEN ; ; " Importer and Dealer In JAPANESE DRY and FANCY GOODS . PROVISIONS. GROCERIES, Etc. ; 32-34 Hotel Street near Nuunau. Y. TAKAKUWA & CO., Limited. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Japanese Provisions and - . General, Merchandise ' . Ktruamx St tear King St BY M. C. Miehlstein went on to say that he employed his father and brother at the markets, but believed they were ex ceptionally good workmen on the job. He explained that when he first took the job nothing was said of the $75, for at that time he did not know he would be required to see to the pay ment of all bills, hire workmen, etc. When he learned this, he stated, he asked that he be given an additional fee. as this extra work took up con siderable time and did not fall within the duties of a supervising architect. The hearing was held with packed "halls." All the seats in the super visor chamber were taken and the door ways crowded with persons in terested in the proceedings. From the spectacular point of view, the hearing was a fizzle. There was nothing dra matic or sensational about it, and It was too warm in the room to "appre ciate the humor of parts of the hear ing. Ah Leong was the only witness appearing against the Inspector. Though a few of the details of the 1 as he f. them were. Jisnuted test,monv nrst asking for an inter- tiong wjtn thfe inspector. GIRLS! THICKEN AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR Bring back Its gloss, Instre, rharin and get rid of dandrnfr Try ;: the moist cloth ' ' To be possessed of a head of heavy, beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, matter of nsine l7 . mailer OI USiflg - -Or ITnixiilfAn'a Danderlnfe now alt drug stores rec- ommend ppiy a little as directed ten minutes there will be n appearance of abundance; fresh- 41 BUU . uiiuip-iu. &loss and lustre and try as you will yo; cannot find trace or dandruff or falling hair; but your real fiurprise win ut3 tuier buuui lwu ncc&a - - . use. when you will see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair sprouting out all over your scalp Danderlne is, we believe, the only surehair grower; destroyer of aandrun and cure for itcny scalp and it never fails to stop falling hair at once. , :.""'-:J-If you want ta prove how pretty and soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth with ; a little: Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking one small strand at a time. Your hair will be soft, glossy and beautiful in just a few moments a de lightful surprise awaits everyone who tries this. advertisement , Mrs. De Riche Oh, Mr. Fynanze, my son has expressed a-desire to be a banker. . Could you afford- him an opportunity? panker To; be t sure; could he come to work tomorrow? Mrs. De Riche Oh, not tomorrow! Hia car. is at the repair shop, and I wouldn't trust him with mine! PASSENGERS EXPECTED , Per U. S. A. T. Sheridan from San Francisco, due at Honolulu July, 13: For Honolulu Lieut-Col. Charles S. Bromwell, Engineer Corps; ; .Capt B. G. Ruttencutter, 1st Infantry: Capt N. B. Rehkopf, 1st F. A.r 1st Lieut Clyde B. Cruzan, 25th Infantry; 1st Lieut H. S. Malone, lst lnfantry; 1st Lieut T. D. Sloan. C. A. C; 1st Lieut F.. H. Coleman, 2d Cavalry; Chaplain Igna tius Fealy.. 1st-F. A.; 2d Lieut Wal lace C. Philoon. 14th Infantry; t2d Lieut Alxander l L. P. Johnson. 4th Cavalry: Miss Eugenia Y. Yarrington, Army Nurse Corps. v ; - ForTlanila MaJ. P. C Harris. 13th Infantry; Capt R, S. Granger, 6th F. A.; Capt Frank L. Pyle, P. S.: Capt Charles FameL P. S.; Capt J. E. Wil son. C. A. C; Capt Richard FumivaL a A. C.: Capt Patrick Moylan, P. S.; Capt William Denton. Medical Corps; Capt John R. McKnight Medical Corps; 1st Lieut. E. A. Anderson, M. R. C; 1st Lieut. W. G. Carter. P. S.; ls Lieut C. T. Alden, P. S.; 1st Lieut F. T. Dickman, Ut Cavalry; 2d Lieut A; W. Cleary, 23d Infantry; 2d Lieut. Colley. 7th Cavalry; 2d Lieut. Chester P. Mills. 11th Cavalry; 2d Lieut Ar thur. Cody, P. S.; 2d Lieut. K. E. Kern, 24th Infantry: 2d Lieut Frank R. Ses sions, C. A. C; 2d Lieut Geo. L. Smith, P-, S.; -2d Lieut MaLlen A. Joyce. P. S. ; 2d Lieut WeUborn Dent. P. S. ; PAYATTENTION TO ELECTIONS Although the organization is not a political cne, the Civic Federation is going to pay careful attention to the coming primary and the November election. This fact was brought out at a meeting in the Library of Hawaii yesterday afternoon of the members of the organization, at which time the annual report of the president, J. M. McChesney, was under discussion. The president's report, which touch ed on a number of subjects of imme diate interest, was, in part, as fol lows: "At the request of the Hon. George It Carter, many letters were drafted by the committee on legislation and mailed to the civic organizations in the States, urging their assistance in defeating free sugar, at the time the new tariff bill was up for passage in congress. No doubt the influence brought to bear on congressmen by these many organizations greatly aid ed in putting off free sugar for three years, greatly to the benent or Ha waii. "Our committee on health and edu cation took an active Dart in pressing l upon the legislature the need of pro- viding vocational training in our pub- lie schools.-. , . . "The committee on parks made a determined effort to get a park at the junction of Kalakaua avenue and King street, which would have hidden from view the unsightly tenement at this corner, but nvas unsuccessful. The matter has not been dropped, how ever. ' ' ' "It is unfortunate that the frontage tat laws have not met with more fa vor from the supervisors. Much was expected from these laws in the opening to sunlight the large areas of land in the Palaraa district .now planted to taro. The city, should pay its just and reasonable proportion of the costs of. opening new streets ex cept where they are solely, for the benefit of;- the property owners through which the new streets run. The attempt of the supervisors to throw the entire cost on the proper ty owners of the district does not meet with the approval of the peoplei "The management of our city gov ernment for the past two yeafs (and I am not knocking the supervisors; they were elected by the voters and have done (airly well under our sys tern ) has again demonstrated the ne cessity of gpvernment by commission, but it seems the time is not ripe for such a change. The remedy lies in a ncn-party ballot by the voters and this can be secured' only by a change in t&e date of jthe election for municipal officials. ;' : ' ' ; "In conclusion let me impress upon you the necessity of electing to the executive committee men who can and will give aUittle portion of their time at least to" public matters. There is much that the new committee can do the coming year. It is not 'an off year, as was the last "1 desire to thank the daily press for the help given us at all times." STAIWIULIETIN GIVES T0U TOTUrS KWS TODAY d I PASSEXGERS DEPARTED i : Per 8tr.fi Claudine for Maui ports. July 6 Mr. and Mrs. J3. K. Haaplll, Miss Hoaplli, Webb and wife. Miss E. Goo, Bonner and wife, Cyril Tucker, W. O. Smith, Mrs. W. O. Smith, Miss A. Starkweather, Miss E. M euter. Miss E. Cottrell Miss D. Keikl, Miss Annie Asara, Mrsfc C. B. Cottrell, R. Crichtorf, R. Arrah, Miss Oakley, Pryor, Ragan, Beigrave, Baker, Hotch, Miss . Aholo, Mrs. E. Werner, Mrs. M. Kui Kalui, M Iss : M. Kkmanu, Miss Sarah P, Kaal, Hanni, Blyden. ' Berrell, Count, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Palan, Mrs. Agnes, Spen cer, Mrs. Wm. Chung Hoon, Sr., Mrs. L. Aholo, frs. W. L. Bower, Mrs. R. Kapeia. Mrs. D. K.. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. F. Xobriga, Miss Jessie Mann, Parnell Manu, J. H. S. Kaleo. PASSENGERS BOOKED Per "stmr.- Kinau, for Kauai ports, July 7. E. A. Knudsen and party, Mrs. E. Faraser, Ben Vlckers, Mrs. C. L. Bodrerb. child and toaid, Mrs. Noo- nan, MIsa R.v Herbert, Goo Sing, Mrs. Ho Pet Tong and infant. Dr. A. J. Derby and son, R. M. Purvis, Lew Henderson. '- , MAILS Mails afe due from the following points as v follows: San Francisco Tenyo Maru, July 9. Yokohama Nile, July 9. Australiai-Niagara, July 14. Victorla-rMakura, July 15. Mails will depart for the following points . as . follows: San Francisco Lurllne, July 7. Yokohama China, July 10. Australiar Sonoma, July 13. Victoria Niagara, July 14. 4 TBAXSPORT SERTICE LoganM from Honolulu for Manila via Guam, - sailed June 15. 1 ' J Thomas, from Honolulu, for San Fran cisco, arrived May 16". Shermanj, from Honolulu for San Fran- cisco, sailed July 7. Sheridan, from.' San Francisco for . Honolulu, Guam, Manila; sailed . July .6.' , , ; DIx,' from. Honolulu for Seattle; ar " rfved June- -4. ' " ' ' - ; Warren,1 stationed at tha Philippines. BARS HINDUS FROM CANADA Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. VICTORIA, British Columbia, July 7. The court of appeals handed down a decision yesterday dismissing the appeal filed by a large number of Hin dus, ruling them as aliens and uphold ing the validity of the step taken by the British Columbian immigration of ficials in refusing them permission to land. The Hindus are under guard aboard the steamer Kogamata Maru, anchored in the stream near here. Hamilton We were happy for years but now this is a house divided. Wayburn What's the trouble? Ham ilton The wife, the kids an(i I could not agree on who is the most popular movie hero. Tourist You'll hnve to give me a half rate on the sight-seeing trip I took this morning. Guide Sacre ele phanto! Why de half da rate? Tour ist I had something in one eye'and only saw half the sights.. MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS YESSELS' TO ARRIVE Wednesday, Jury 8. Kauai ports W. G. Hall stmr. Thursday, July 9. Hongkong via Japan ports Nile, P. M. S. S. : ,-,.' . Hamburg via South American ports Serapis, Ger. str. , Hongkong via Japan . ports Tenyo Maru, Japanese stmr. 4 Seattle Milwaukee, U. S. S. : San Francisco China, P. M, S. S,.: : Maui ports Claud ine stmr. . v - r Friday, July -10. 4 Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa stmr. .. .. . v-; -'::y'v ;iv r Saturday, July 11. I T Hilo via way. ports Mauna Kea stT, Sunday, July 12. ; New York via Magellan and Sound ports Pennsylvania, A II. S, S. Maui, Molokal and Ianai . ports Mikahala str. . . - ' ' - : "i , Hilo Wilhelmina, M. N. S. S. A Maui ports Claud ine str. Kauai ports Kinau str..-. . f Kauai ports W. G. Hall str. . . 1 Monday, July 13. San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. S, ! v Tuesday, July 14. , Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon Maru, Japanese stmr. .; ' Sydney via, Auckland and Suva Nl agara, C. A. S. S. , -1; San Francisco Manoa, M. N. S. S Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea Str. Wednesday, July 15. t Vancouver and Victoria Makura, C. A. S. S v Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str. ; Friday, July 17. Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura, O. S. S. i?.-""- -'. . :: San Francisco Manchuria, P. M. S. S. . ' , -;l'::, - ' - ' - -; . Saturday, July 18. Hongkong via Japan ports Mongo lia, P. M. S. S. ' : Mexican ports Nurnberg, German cruiser.. :. i:- ., " ', p Tuesday, July 21. San Francisco Matsonla, M.N. S. S. t TESSELS TO DEPART ; Tuesday, July 7. 1 r San Francisco Lurllne M. N: S. S 4 p. m. V;l' .;, : :.'-.":--l7:V'v'- , 1 v' Maui, Molokal and Lnnal ports Mi kahala str- 5 p. m. '1 ; v . ' Kauai ports Kinau str, 3 p. m. ; Wednesday, July 8. Hila via-way ports Mauna Kea str., 10 a. m. , 11. . Thursday, July 9. San Francisco Nile P.-M. S. S. Hilo Wilhelmina, MN. S. S.. p. m. Kauai ports W. G. Hall str 5 p. m. . Friday, July 10. , li Manila via Hongkong and Japan ports China P. M. S. S. ; . - ; San Francisco1 Tenyo Maru, Japan-, ese str. . , ; ; ',. ,, : V Maui ports Claudine str., 5 p. m. . ; . I, ;' Saturday, July 11. .- Hilo via . Lahaina Mauna . Kea str. " . Monday, July 13. Sydney, N. S. W, via Pago Pago Sonoma 0. S. S. 1. Maui ports Claudine str 5 p., m. Kauai ports W. G. Hall Btr 5 p.m. Kauai ports Noeau str 5 p. ra. . i t Tuesday, July 14. . : I San Francisco Nippon Maru, Japan ese Str.' I. ' - , (',.. , .V... . Victoria and Vancouver Niagara C A. S. ; S.- :;; t ' : ... ? v ; Kona and Kau -ports Mauna Loa str.. noon.. -:y-t ' V Maui, Molokal and .anai ports Mikahala str., 5 p. m 4 ; . - , - Kauai ports Kinau str., 5 p. ra. Wednesday, July 15. - San Francisco Wilhelmina M. N. S. S 10 a. m.- Sydney via. Suvavand; Auckland Makura C.-A. S. S. ; .- " ;' :--t. J , Friday, Jyly 17. San Francisco Ventura O. S. S., 5 P. m. .. - ' c'.-:. .' Manila via Hongkong and Japan ports Manchuria P. M. S. S. . ' Saturday. Jury 18. 1 San Francisco Mongolia P. M. S. S. Tuesday, July 21. San Francisco Manoa M. Nv S. S., 4 p. m. . . ; . ,- . . - -, Monday.' july"27. u . - - i Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo Maru, Japanese str, : ' LORDS VOTE TO in IRISH III RULE RIM. C Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.) LONDON. July ".By a vote of 273 to 10 the house of lords yesterday passed through second reading the bill to amend. -the Irish home rule bill. The measure is a compromise on the measure which recently passed the house of commons for the third time. It indicates ; that the government in tends to be more liheral with the Un ionists, or ITUterists, than was at first inferred by; the opponents of home rule. . DIAMOND SMUGGLERS INDICTED BY GRAND JURY Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. NEW YORK. July 7.-Herman Dietz. a diamond merchant, together with his son. were indicted here yesterday by the United States grand jury on 11 counts as participants In an alleged conspiracy to smuggle diamonds into the United State. It is estimated that half a million dollars worth of dia monds were smuggled from Canada into the United States -during the years 1911 and 1912 as a result of the conspiracy. . . j ; Her Husband Is it true that Sena tor Bigroll bought his way tnio the senate? The Lady. Member Certain ly not. He's a charmrnR man and he gave such . delightful dinners to th lady members of the legislature. The dinner favors were gold mesh bas and diamond lace piss. . 1 Matson Navig Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu FROM, SAN FRANCISCO: ' S. S. Wilhelmina .......July 7 S. S. Manoa ...........July 14 S. S. Matola ........July 21 8. S. Lurllne ..... 2..... July 28 S. S. .Wilhelmina. -Aug. 4 S. S. Manoa . . .". . . ..Aug.; 1 1 . S. S.-Hyadea leaves Seattle CASTLE & C00KE, LTD., OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. ' 'SYDNEY SHORT LINE" V FOR SAN FRANCISCO: i 8- 8. Ventura . . . . . .July 17 8. S. Sierra ...... .....Aug. 1 8. S.. Sonoma ...... ...Aug. 14 8. 8. Sierra ......... .Aug. 29 V TO SAN FRANClSCO,"$85J)0; ROUND TRIP, $110.00. ; . TO SYDNEY, $150.00; ROUND TRI0, $225.(XJ. . -8alling lists and Folders on Application to C. BREWER iCO, LTD, !", ' "' ' General Agents. - - ., PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP CO. Sailings from Honolulu on or about the following dates: FOR THE ORIENT: Chins' Via Manila but" ; , : : v j and In . . i . . ; : -. : . . . July 10 Manchuria, via Manila j. out and In ; . .'. .V. ; July 17 Nile, via Manila out and in . . ... August .1 8. S. Mongolian ......Aug. ( 14. ' J : A '': For general information apply to H. Hackfeld & to., Ltd. : - Agents TOYO KISEN KAISHA Steamers of the above Company will call at and leave Honolulu on or about the date mentioned fcetow: ' 5 ' FOR THE ORfENT: - S. 8. Tenyo Maru ......July 24 8. 8, Nippon Maru ....Aug. 8 8. S. Shlnyo Maru. ....Aup. 21 S. S. Chiyo Maru . ... .Sept. 18 Calls at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE & C00KE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu v; CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE For Suva, Auckland and Sydney For Victoria and Vancouver. 8. S. Makura ..July 15 8. 8. Niagara ..........July 14 "8. 8. Niagara ;..i....;.Aug 12 f 8. 8. Marama .. ......... Aug. 11 s8. 8. Marama .....Sept. 9 ,8. 8. Makura Sept. 8 THE0. H; DAVIES & CO., LTD.; GENERAL; AGENTS AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY : From New York to Honolulu every twelve days via Straits of Magellan . Next -sailnigs July 11th an d July 23rd. - . . - . . . Freight received at all times at the company's wharf, 41st Street, South Brooklyn. ' ; FROM SEATTLE OR TACOMA Ta HONOLULU DIRECT. 8. s'Montanan to sail about Jury 14th.i - - i ; V ; H. Hackfeld A, Co Ltd Agents. C. P. Morse, Genl. Freight Agent SUFFRAGETTES AGAIN BOMBARD ROYAL COUPLE (Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. J EDINBURGH. Scotland. July 7. King George and Queen Mary, upon their arrival here yesterday, were met by a large delegation of suffragette who-immediately began bombarding the royal couple with suffragette lit erature. Two women were arrested for throwing leaflets from a balcony. SILLIMAN EN ROUTE TO CARRANZA'S CAPITAL f Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. SAN ANTONIO, Texas, July 7. Minister Silliman, delegated by Presi dent Wilson to represent the United States at the temporary capital of General Carranza at Saltillo, Mexico, arrived here yesterday en route to his new poet. . He declared today that immediately upon his arrival at Carranza's strong hold he will plead with the Constitu tionalist leaders to spare the life of Dictator Huerta in the event that the City of Mexico is taken by the rebels and that Huerta is captured. ' ALCOCER HOLDS TWO JOBS Associated Press by Fed. Wireless. CITY OF MEXICO, July 7 Ignaclo " Alcocer, minister of the Interior, was today: appointed by President Huerta as minister of commerce and Industry to succeed Querado Moheno. Alcocer will carry both portfolios. ;ation Company FOR 8AN FRANCISCO: 8. S. Lurllne ......July 7 8. 8. Wilhelmina .......July 15 8. S. Manoa .....July 21 S. S. Matsonia ........July 29 8. S. Lurllne ....... .....Aug. 4 S. S. Wilhelmina ......Aug. 12 for Honolulu, Hilo, etc., July 18. General Agents, Honolulu FOR SYDNEY. N. 8. W.: 8. 8. Sonoma i..;......July 13 8. 8. .Ventura ..........Aug. 10 8. 8. Sonoma ..........Sept. 7 8. S. Ventura ......... OcL 5 . FOR SAN. FRANCISCO: Mortgoa ',1 . 1 . ,.. .'.July ' 18 Persia ..... . . ;. . . .July 31 Korea .;. ,..... ....... ; .Aug 14 Siberia W...:, ... ..V.-Aug. '22 .China .. ....... ..v.. Sept. 1 . FOR SAN FRANCISCO: - r- t. ' 4 6. S. Tenyo Maru ......July ; 7 8. 8. Nippon Maru .....July 14 8. 8. Shlnyo Maru .....Aug. '4 8. S. Chiyo Maru ......Aug. 25 Shanghai. . v- '