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Honolulu Third Degree.
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lot Alalia Chapter o. It
mi visiting member ot the
mler are cordially Invited to
ittend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. HaU
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS other Ao
BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOR. oiatiom cor
HARMONY IODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
. 7:30 In I. O. 0. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. n. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
, AUtTlsltlne brothers very cordial!)
OAHUt IODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Mceti every Drat ami third Trl
day evening at 7:30 In K. r( P. Hall,
corner Fort and Boretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
VM. JONES, 0. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. it. a
s HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R, M.
t Meeu every first and third Thutt
1 days ot each month at Knights ot
I Pythias flail. Visiting brothers cor
i dlally Invited to attend.
f A. U EAKIN, Sachem.
t E. V TODD, 0. ot It.
IF DUIW.LiU.LiU OIiOUl 11U. X, U, It.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
i Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
W. It. RILEY, W. P.
,r WM. 0. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU IODOE 610, B. P.O. E.
Of UUUUIUIU UJUfiO A1U. WAV, M W.
ftj.-.!..,.. -.I T- C1 a TI 11 l
Eiiti, meets in tneir nan, on King
i Street, near Fort, overy Friday eyen-
"Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It.
OEO. T. KLUEGEL, Bee.
: WM. McKINLEY IODQE NO. 8,
" , , K. OF Jt
ft. Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
enlng at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P
)lall, cor Fort and Dcrotanla. Visit
frig brotheis cordially Invited to at
tend. X ti a n-ivinn n n
L, E. A. JACOBSON. k." n. s.
A NUMBER OF Honoluluans who
spent tho Fourth ot July on Han alt
fond Maul returned by the steamer
ESMauna Koa this morning. Tho clo
lriAfi,a .a4 Limit. .1 .1 1 1 .. nffliui.
. .iivuin ncis niuuij uuii iiiu wiiivvi o
freport,'a flno trip across the chan
nels. Tho Manila Kea brought a full
compliment of cabin and deck pas
sengers. The freight list 4nclude a
coii)lo, of automobiles, shipments of
liquor, hides, cabbage, ohlix bnd nfli
tier natlvo lumber and nwu The Ma
Puna Kea will sail on her nbV schod
vjilc next Tuesdu)', tho Bteamor, do
E parting nl ten ocjock in mo morn
ing Inilead of nt noon ub heretofore
Uni. IT IS THE. Intention of II Hack-
i fold and Company wlo represent mo
Toyo Klsen Kalslm frclghtor Klyo
Maru to dispatch that vessel for Jh-
9 pan ana cmna torts tomorrow rnu
vossoll Is leaving a largo shipment
)ot nitrates at Itouolulil. Five gangs
of' stevedores have been working day
ana nigm iu pcrmii, mo vessel iu
Klvo (Maru comes from South and
Central American ports nd Is ono of
Stbo modem tipo of cargo carrlors,
K THb FnniOHTEIt Virginian ot tho
lrnerlpan-Hawall Lino Is reported tb
iliavo nrrlved at San Francisco from
BSnllna Cmz yes'-'dny Tho Vlrgl
lnan Is tinrouto t) Honolulu with u
Ronsldfrablo feMpment ot merchan
plso for local Importers
E " '
&THR STEAMKIt Llkcllkd will ro'
turnao Honolulif with a full (bad' of
Sugar'' tiikon on at Honoknn and Kti
Fulhaele. Tho vessel Is rttia to load
rattle at Puakn today and should nr
Hvo hero on Sunday or Monda morn
OHO S. MEYER
Side of Steep
Otto 8 Mc)cr, the sixteen-year-old
con of Olto S Me) or of Kalae,
"Molokal, nan shot and Instantly kilt
ed whlje ou a hunting trip up the
mountains back of Kalae, Bunday
morning, sas the Maul News'.
It seems that Otto, accompanied
bj lto, a Japancso who Is working
tor tho f.unll), was climbing up a
steep hillside nfter a flotk of goats
when tho hunters -ame upon some
Jeer' unexpectedly, artl In Che ex"cltf
ment lto, who wns a little behind
his oung master, loaded his rifle, a
30-callber Winchester, and followed
In scrambling up tho hillside the
gun unit off acrldentliy, It Is claim
cd, and the bullet struck the back
of Otto's held, miking Its exit from
Deputy Sheriff Edward Dcvnu
hello hurried over to Kalae and
ilaccd tho Japanese under arrest,
empaneled a coroner's Jury and wire
lessed to Sheriff Saffcry to bring
aver a competent Japanese, Interpre
ter Mr Sarfery left for Molokal on
Wednesday morning with the Japan
ese Interpreter, Mr. N. K. Otsuka, to
make a thorough Investigation of tho
Young Meer was formcrl a stu
dent at Alllolam College, Honolulu
ind had gone to Molnkat to help his
father on the ranch. Mr. Meyer had
iroken his leg a short time ago and
LEnd requested his son to leave school
and goto his homo.
THE 8ALVATION ARMY.
Divisional officers' Major and Mrs
Tohn Willis; Corps officers: AJiltanl
Mlnnlo T. Ilryant and Lieut. Edna V
Wllmorc. Hall, corner King- and Nuu
anu Btrcct, upstairs.
Sunday meetings: Knco drill, 9 a
tn. Junior company meeting 10 a. m
Holiness meeting 11 a. mi Young
Pcoplo's Legion 6:15 p. m. Salvation
meeting 8p.ni, led by the divisional
Week night mcotlngs Tuesday
Thursda) and Saturday evenings, led
by tho corps officers.
Non-church goqrs, especially, will
And a welcome.
A. C. McKeovor. minister.
9M5 Bible School. W. 0. Hall, 8u
pcrlntondent. Lesson, "Review of tht
11 a. nj. Sermon and Communion
Subject, Study In John'H Teachings.'
A. C. McKovcr, minister,
Webster, Jresldcnt. Subject, "A Mo
7:30 Sennon . Music by Young
Men's Choir; " .
All nrn welcome
THERE IS A considerable move
ment of sugar at various ports alonp
Hawaii according to a report brought
to this city by Purser Phlllpps ol
tho steamed Mauna JC'ca. Tho Inter
Island steamer Katulanl was )!
charging sugar Into tho American Ha
wallan freighter Columbian while the
Kaual was taking on sugar at Ho
nomu Tho steamer Wailolo' was load
Ing at Kukulhaole nccordlng to last
ssr-"For Rent" cards on sal' at
the Bulletin office
NEW - TODAY
IN TUB CinCCir COURT. 'HRST
Circuit, Torrltory o'f Hawaii. In
Probate. At' Chambers, No. 4116. In
the matter of the Estate ot Carl
lluschjost, Dcceabed. Notice of peti
tion for' allow anco of accounts, de
tcrtnlniug trust and distributing the
cs.iate. On reading aAid filing tne
'petition aHif accounts of S F; JIack
fcld, administrator of the a(ate of
Carr'lluscliJoBt, deceased, wherein pe
titioner asks to bo allowed 11294.20,
nn'd charged With yliM,6V,Ml asks
tluit' the' same,' be examlnca'and ap.
proved! and tftnV a'1 final' order be
ma'do ot distribution of the remain
i'nc nrflnertv to 'the 'Viersons' thero'to
chtltlcd uLd discharging"' petltlod'Cr
and sureties from' all further reupbn
elb'llhy herein: It Is ordered, tlmt
Monday, the 15th day of August, X.
V 1910, at 10 o'clock d till, before
tile Judge' presiding at Chambers' dt
sail Court at hU -eourtrooni In the
Ju'dlclatV Building, Mn' Honolulu.
Co i lit V. Of IlbilolUlu, be and tho same
llercby Is a,Dp6lin'teLd 'the tlmo ad'd
piuiV tor Hearing said' petition and
accounts,- and tlmt alt persons Intor-
cStcd may then and there appear and
show cause, If uiy they haVe, whji
the same should riot be granted, and
nlay ilfetjent ovldende qa t'o who aVe
entitled to the sriid iironerty! .Dated
the 9th d'ayof Jdly, 19 id- By oftlr
of tho coart: J, a, Thompson,
Clerk if thn CliVull1 Coilrt of th'e
Hint Circuit Thonipcnn, Cilem'onr
K Wilder, jttorho tof pstltloner.
4006 July 9, 16, 23, 30.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New Sweaters at Whitney
Order a case of Pincctar Lclthoad &
Woodward. Phono 657,
It goes without salng that every
thing is Best at The Encore.
It you nant a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hnnallan
Carriage Mfg, Co, 427 Queen 8t.
For distilled water, Hlro's Root
Beer and 11 other popular drinks.
Ring" up phone 71. Consolidated Soda
There cro twenty-seven cases on
the pc-llco court calendar this morn
ing, and thirteen of them were gam
There have been CA1 automobiles
registered at tho police station up
to date, and the six hundred mark
Is now In sight.
Col. George Macfarlano , and his
family are expected to arrlvo In tho
city soon after several cars' ab
senco In London.
Several husbands who hare threat
ened' to" do harm to their wives, were
tn court this morning' but atl of the
cases wero sent over till futuro "dates
Five "7-11" artists ncro gathered
In by tho poMco last night, and this
morning only tno faced the music:
tho other three preferrod to forfeit
their ball moneyof $10 each.
Right gamblers who ero arrested
In a River street pool room, nhero
they were plajlng "Rotation Pool'
with numbered balls, wero each fined
19 and costs nt tho pollco station
No ono enjoys bristles between
their tctth and gums. A Rubbered
brush holds, rather than parts with
Its bristles and thcro Is toilet com
fort lh consequence, Benson, Smith
& Co , Ltd , Fort street.
Appreciative buyers have crowded
the blgstoro of the Sachs pry Goods
Co, this week taking advantage of
the wonderful bargains offered at the
Annual Sale. This sale will contlnuo
next week and still larger crowds are
Divorce was granted James Pcarce
'oday from his wife Gladys, the
ground being desertion. The father
was ordered to pay' twenty dollars n
nonth for the support of the four-
vear,-pld daughter, to tho mother
from whom lie was legally separated.
Eddlo Cluncy, who was charged
wth having been present at tho "r
Ungtori" ga,pie. had tho case against
him nolle prosscd at tho pollco ,court
this morning. All tho other g'amblers
itatcd that Ed. washot at the game.
tnd as the only witness against him
would bo Fcrrail. who claimed to
have lost moncy atytho game, tho
-hargo was propped".' i I,
SPRECKELS SAYS ,
Declares drafters Will Hang Them-
selves In Final Outcome.
New York, June 19. Rudolph
Sprcckcls of Snn Francisco, prom
Incnt In the recent graft prosecutions
In the 'California metropolis, sailed
from hero today for1 Edrope to study
phases ot graft In EuVdpean capitals.
Bcforo leaving, he said:
"Conditions: In San Francisco are
the worst they ever were. I believe,
however, that the grafters will go so
far that they will hang themselves. I
am In the fight to stay. I believe that
tho stockholders of 6lg corporations
are responsible for rhunlclpa! corrup
tion. They aro content to receive div
idends without Inquiring as to tho
methods used tb obtain' them."
THE S.VA' STILL.
Very still I Still they do It. The
Highlander knows his way about. He
Is not to b'e ovcrcoma by you teetotal
Chancellor of the Exchequer or your
lynx-eyed gauge r. The Budget baa
has hit tlio "Celtic Fringe" badly, but
tbo "Celtic Fringe" refuses tt suc
cumb. It Is recorded that a "Sma
Still," in flrst-ruto working order, has
bean captured by the Excise officials
In the wilds of Kllmorack, Inverness-
shire. Tbo "Sma Still1' used to be a
great Industry In that region, and
according to rcpor:tho daft Incroiec
In the Budget duties has led to Its
So there you are, Mr. Lloyd-George!
You have been boasting over your ef.
fdrts In the way of encouraging tem
perance. Your little Joke, you may'
learn, can bo overdone. Put ttie screw
tbo much on the legitimate trade and
you will nnd that the "Illicit" will
crop up somowhore. My dear' lupor
vtrtuous Chancellor, look at all sides,
and be careful what you do. Your
gracious endeavors (o make the peo
ple bob'er by Act of Parliament may
result Id the establishment;' ot numcr
ours ''Sma'' Stills" and sh'sbeenn
A man will have bis drink some
way If ho wants It. So', again, be
careful, and prayirful. The Bullte.
"Sitfcet are tho uses of adversity,'
quoted the Wlso Guy. "You can have
mine," snld the Hlmple Mug "I don't
enre for unects" Philadelphia Rec
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. I0VE.
THRU JAPANESE CHILDREN .
HIGH TRESTLE BY
"With air brakes Jambed on, and
with tho emergoncy stop called Into
action, the 11:45 train to Wnhlawn
yesterday morning slowly crept up on
threo children, who wero standing on
tho extreme outside of tho trestle
bridge that spans the big dam, and
brushed them over Into the1 water,
forty feet felow. When the children
wero picked up they wero dead.
The children wero Japanese and nil
of one fanilly;1 two were girls of ten
and Ave year sold and tho other was a
baby boy of two years. The children
were tho full family of their parents,
who are now left childless.
The trestle brtdgo Is not decked
at all; It Is not meant for pcdostrlnns
and anyone who rlskB crossing It has
to step from tlo to tie. Tho waters
of the big dam lay forty feet' below
and to slip Is Instant death. Tho rail
road track emerges from a curvo right
onto the bridge" and the engineer has
no chance ot sc'clfig anything till he
Is almost on the trestle,
Tho first thing tho engineer did
when approaching tho curve that
leads onto tho trestle, was to glo tho
regulation whistle. Everyone who
was on the train admits that tho
whistle was blown. As soon as tho
engine straightened out for tho run
across the trestle tho engineer saw
the children on tho track.
The mites heard tho train coming,
and at onee scrambled out on the edgo
of the woodwork and Jrlcd In that
way to avoid the rushing locomotive.
The engineer and fireman wero
frantic, and thoy did all In the'lr pow
er to stop the trafnbefore It was too
late. All'' was hopeless, however, and
the engine, although rapidly losing
way, slowly crept up and simply swejlt
the three little tots oft the brldgo and
down Into tho depths below.
The train camo to n rest five feet
beyond tho point from which the chil
dren were thrown and tho crew nt
once Began a search for the llttlo
ones. After some time the bod Us
were recoveredr and tho sorrowing
parents Informed of the occurrence.
The sdend was a most pitiful one as
tho parents appr6achcd the spot
where the" three tlriy corpses lay, and
strong men wept when they saw tho
Tho accident was absolutely uri
avoldablo and tho engineer did all in
his power to stop the tragedy. Tho
children had no right on the trentle.
and the abridge Is only wide enough
to carry the train; tbore' Is no margin
at cither sldo for anything else.
Deputy Sheriff Cox Is looking Into
the matter! and an Inquest wilt bo
held this evonihg
1 ir4 .
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Not For the Careless Smoker
Van Djck "Quality" Cigars are not mado for tho man who bujs cigars
Th'elr ap'pejd Js'to the,Jo.vcrofool Havana tobacco to tho man who
appreciates the best.
All that Is possible In pneucss of' flavor and aroma all that a smoker
over dreamed) of In luxurious satisfaction, Is, to be li'id In ,
Nor will jou pay halt for theso
cigars what jou might well expect,
Similar quality In tho "Imported''
would Cost jou again as much.
For Wo savi 1U& per cont duly by
having our factory In Tampa, Fla
by importing tho lf Instead ot the
This economy Is your gain, an;l pu
if Different Shapes3.for.25o and Upward
1 " AT YOUR DEALERS
M, A, GUNST & 0. "The Home of Staples" Diitribntors
IN FOREIQN PORT
8aturday, July 9.
SAN PEDRO Arrived July 9: S. 8.
Virginian, from Sallna Cruz.
MIDWAY Arrived July D: 8chr.
riaurenco Ward, henco June 25.
BAN FRANCISCO-Ballcd July ,
noon: &'. S. Sierra, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrlvod July 9: 8. 8.
Nippon Maru, henco Juno 28.
FORTY-8IX Filipino laborers for
Hawaiian sugar plantations arrived at
Honolulu last ovonlng by tho Pacific
Mall Intormcdlato Rtcamer Asia. Ono
family ot Russians numbering six per
sons wero Included In the passengers
who left the steamer at this port
The Asia brought nearly four hun
dred tons of general cargo Including
small allotments ot tea, gunnies and
Japanese provisions and rice. The
Asia called at Kcelung for tea. Tho
steamer Is cheduled to depart for 8an
Francisco nt four o'clock taking a
number of layover passengers.
THE BRITI8H steamer Aldcn re
mained outside tho harbdr through
out the day awaiting supplies and
orders. This vessel arrlvod from Syd
ney and Newcastle, N. S. V., with n
shipment of forty.flvo hundred tons
of Australian coal. On deck tticro Is
n consignment of hard wood Intend
ed for Ban Francisco. T. II. Divlcs
rcproscnt tho vessel while, tho. coal Is
consigned to the Watorhodso Trust
Company. Tbo Alden and her cargo
will procetd to Port Allon to dis
PURSER PHILIPPS of tho steamer
Manna Kea reports the following
sugar awaiting shipment on Hawaii:
Olan 45.600; Walakca 18,000; Hatvall
Mill 5400; Walnaku 9600; Oeotnea
38.000; Pepcokeo, 6500; Honomu, 11,
400; Hakalau 13,000; Laup.-tlioohoo
3000; Ookala 5000; Kukalau (D)
1486, (II) C627; Hamakua 14,500; Pa
aubau 2400; Honokaa 1300; Kukul-
haclo 3220; Punaluu 4000; Honuapo
" THE OLD RELIABLE Pacific Mall
steamer China Is to maintain a six
day schedule, between San Francisco
and Honolulu commencing with tho
present voyage Tho China Is diio
to arrive here on next Tuesday bring
Ing down a number of passengers and
considerable cargo. Heretofore tho
China has been operating udder what
Is known us a Bovcn day schedule,
ACCORDING to advices rccclvod
hero tho stdamor Kauat has taken
on a shipment "of nbout cloven thou'
Hand sacks of sugar at Klpahulu and
Haw I mill and that vessel will cail
at Kawalhao for cattle today. The
Maul will probably arrive hero to
S . i .
lose nothing- that
Wo overt go so far as to employ
Cuban experts In tlio making of Van
Dck "Quality" Cigars.
And "Vun Dycks" como In 27 dif
ferent shnpes, to suit all tastes.
In price, they'll fit the purto of
overy man who knows tho men for
whom they are-made,
Friday, July 8.
Hongkong via Japan Iports Asia,
P., M. 8. 8 , 7:30 p. m.
8aturday, July 9.
Australian ports Aldon, Br, Btmr.,
Hllo via way ports Mauna Kea,
stmr., a. m
Oavlota M. K. Chllcott, Am. sp,
Kaual ports Noeau, stmi''., a. m.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea from llllo
add way ports Miss A. Keofo, Miss
M Madden, Mrs. T. R. Lucas, Mrs
M. Blivans, Misses Goldsmith (2), Mrs
J. Anthony, Miss F. Shlpma'n. Mrs.
E. 8. Mills, C. B. MlUcr. A. Drelcr,
Miss L. Chung, Capt. Forstcr, Mrs.
C. 8 Jackson, Dr. Rclnecko and vylfe,
C. Boltc, C. E. King and wife, Jno. T.
Molr, Mrs. II. Slcmscn and 2 sons,
Miss Brewer. Miss Kcrshey, U Ayatf,
Rev. K. Matsul, Dr. C. B High, F. E.
Thompson, Misses Ibsen, Miss ,Vnu-
ghan, Miss Kenty, Mrs. Noblltt, Mme
FrIJuo. Mrs. E. F. Bishop, A. Camp
bell. L. J Fordcrbcr, B. F. Hcastand,
Miss Akamu. E. Ibsen. Major Willis,
F. O. Snow, D, Sherwood, C. Wallaco,
It. Lucas, Mrs F. M. Wakefield, A.
Oomcs, Miss T. Hamlltoh, J. F.t Du
ran O. n. Clarke, F. Atkins, Miss
Aklna. Mrs. J.'S. Low, Misses Oasell
(2). Chan Sen nnd daughter, II. 11.
Perry, J. W. Waldron. Miss 11. Kokl.
II. P. Deckley, II. Rlckard, Jno. Pa
rls, J. Jorgcnscn, A. Loulsson, Miss
E. II. Paris. Mrs. It. Knne, E. L.
Talbot W. Chllllngworth. J. Youpg.
J. D. Dolo, E. E. Battcllc, T. T. Mecr,
Miss Bctts, Miss Dutro, M. Correa
and wife, F. Lewis, J. G. Pascholl,
Ucut. Nelson, Master Maxwell, Miss
M. Knmckc. Miss E. Rejcs, K. v.
Ollvelrn and wlfo. Mrs. Wilson, Lcn
Lye. I.in San. Miss Aiken, Miss
Townsond. Mrs. C. Bolton, Dr. NaJI-
ma, C, Alog. Iso, wlfo and 2 children.
T. E. Saffcry and wife. L It. A. Hart,
Miss 8. Whlto. Miss I Lambert II.
Per P. M. S 8. Asia from Hong
kong via Japan ports For Honolulu:
Chas. Bennett. Through: Mrs. O. M.
Adair, Miss P. Ague. Mrs. II. Andcn
bon, Miss M. Atwood, Rev. J. A. uak
er, Mr. J. L. Beach, Mrs. 8. Blsney.
Mrs. M. Campbell Master W. Camp
bell. Miss B Camphcll. Miss E. Camp
bell, Miss E. Campboll, Mr. A. It.
Clark. Mr. A. 8..Cqffln. Mrs. M. Coop
er. Mrs. E. Corrlgam, Miss I. A. Craig.
Mr. II. II. Datigu, Rev. J. B. Dunlap.
Mrs. J. n, Dunlap, Mr. T. F. Griffin.
Mrs. T. F. Oriffln nnd child. Miss M.
Glasshurnci1. Mrs. O. Gocke, Master
Sjdncy Gocke, Miss Doris Gocke.
Mrs. J. Howo, Mr. J, 8. Lawlcr,(Mlss
A. C lay, Mrs. E. N. Meadow. Mas
tor Walter Meadow, Miss EVclyn
Meadow, Master Edward Mcadoj
Miss E. .Morrison, Mr. T- 8., Pease.
Miss M. Tennlngton, Mr. II. T. Rec,
Mr. R. J. Ross, Miss Saunders, Mrs
C. H. Scltx, Master Clayton Sell,
Miss Viola Soltz, Mr. E. II. Bnilth,
Mrs. S. J. Smith, Mr. E. 8. Tumor,
Mr. II F. Wllllnnls. Mrs. II. F. Wil
liams. Mr. V. Wyly. Mr. Yew Dae
Chung. Mrs, H. II. Young, Mr. H. E.
Bralno. Mr. II. Bulst. Dr. W. D. Car
lisle, Mrs. W. D. Carllsje. Mr. C. M.
Chittenden, Mr. A. llcrold. Mrs. t
T. Hodgson, Mr. S. fmahlro. Mr. M
Isaacs, Miss K. Noguchl, Mr. P. ,A.
Ross. Mrs. K. Sagara, Mrs. W. M
Thobaut. Infant and amah, Master V(.
Mi Thobaut Jr., Mr. A. O. Thurman,
Mr. A. D. Woodworh, Mrs. A. D
Woodworth, Miss I. M. Woodworth,
Mr. X. Yamada, Mrs. Y. Yamada,
Master K. Yamada.
Dlx, nr. Scattlo from Hon.. May 14
Logan, from Hon, for Manila, June 14
Sheridan, from Manila sailed from
Hon. July 4. ,
Sherman, itrom S. F, for Hon. July
HILO SHIPPING Includes the bark
Albert discharging lumber brought
down from tho coast. Tbo schooner
W. II, Marston arrived there- on Frlda
and will' Ipnd ohla ties for Sotithorn
California; This vessel has Just cord
pletcd tho dlschargo of a very lanr
general cargo. Tho Amerlcan-Hawaif
an freighter Columbian arrived at
Hllo on Friday to finish loading su
gar for the Isthmus of Tehuantopec,
THE UNITED STATES roenu
cutler Thetis !put Into' H116 harbor
on last Thursday according to re
ports which navo reached this city.
Tho Thetis left Hottriulu about "a
week ago on ono of her mysterious
crulscn to neighboring Islands.
THtt'MATSON 'chartered stoamor
Noyadan fronulstand ports Is report-
od to havo arrived at San Francisco
yesterday Tho Nevadan carried a
large, shipment of sugar from Ha
waiian ports of call. '
'. . .
ON PAOE FOURTEEN,
Friday, July 8.
Maul and Hall-..portB Cluudjne,
stmr, 6 p. m.,
Per Stmr. Claudlne for Hawaii ami
Maul ports, July 8. Mr. and Mrs A.
M. Drown, J. F. Walker, Mrs. Wal
ker, A. M. Brown Jr., Bro Frank,
Bro. Charles, Bro. Louis, Mrs. J. W.
Marshall, John Ahln, Louis Akeo, Bro
Frances, Bro. Robert, Bro. Bernard,
Bro. Clement, Bro. August.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hllo and
way ports, July 12. R. 8. Hostner,
T, C. Da vies, Mrs, W. von Emmory,
Miss Elan Cotes, Miss Wsgener, F.
8. Dodge, Mrs. Dodge, Miss Bonettl,
Miss Adams, O. P, Judd, Mrs Judd,
Miss F. M. Fultx, Mrs, Ooggshflum,
Mrs, Parmcntcr, Miss h. Ryan, Miss
P. Hcon, W. Crawford, Mrs. Crawford,
Capt F. D. Walker, F. W. Jamloson,
R. McCorrlston, F. R, Fassett, Jas.
Forre4L Miss' E. Peterson, Miss E.
McCarthy, Miss L. McCarthy, Miss
I, Young, Mrs. J. Monsarrat, A. E.
pole, Mrs. Dolo, R. I. Lfllle, ,V. Owen,
Mrs. Owen, C. 8. .Brown, L. Steven
son, (1. W. Dickson, Mrs. Dickson, A.
D. Catsro,M. A. Sllva.
Per M. N. 8. 8. Lurllne for San
Frnnrlsco, July 12. Robert Farley, J.
K. Farley, C. O. Hottel, Mrs. Hottcl,
Miss L. Sturtovant, Miss U McStock
er, G. P. Hottcl, F. B. McStocker, Miss
B. Clark, Miss P. Gesollr Miss A. W.
Dla s. Miss V. Cowan, Mrs. A. M.
Scott, Miss Mabel Bunter, Albert 8.
Baker. Mrs.- Baker, Miss A. 8. Bart
lett Miss Green Mrs. J, J. Green, Miss
M. Dunn. Miss C. Hcrrlck, L Honls
bcrgcr, John Hind, Miss N.'i Smith,
Miss A. n. Collier. Mrs. E. T. Mills.-
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kaual ports,
Juno 12 Miss Hadley, Miss A. Holt,
Miss I. Boyd, Mis- A. Hall, Miss J.
Per stmr, Mauna Loa. for Kona
and Kau ports', July 15 Miss L Hos
mcr, A. K. Lorlmcr, Mrs. S. C. Allen
and ptrty. Miss Massoy, Miss Wallace,
Mrs ILrWallacc, Mrs. F. Hoogs.
Per M. N. ff. 8. Wllhelmina tor San
Francisco, July 20, Miss B. llcnrl
ques, Mrs. Hcnrlqucs, Miss Hutchin
son, Mrs. Helen Blcmsen, Miss Alice
Davis, Miss Pnnsyi- G. Roberts. Miss
Norn Towner, Miss Von Tcmnaky,
Mrs. Dora Vpn Tompsky', W. O.
Franklin Paul do la Vergno, ,Prof.
V. Thompson. Robert Mist, F, U. Bra
den, J. T. McCarthy, Mrs. II. John
son, Mrs. D. O, Curran, Miss U C.
Stcrrett, Mrs. II. R. Berry, Mrs. A. R.
Ourry, Mrs. II, O. Sullivan, Mrs. E.
Hanson, Miss F. Shlpmnn, Miss- O. A.
Arnold, Miss M. Cook, Miss ICDulot.
Miss L. Olrvln. Mrs., J. W,' .GIrvln.
Mrs. A. P. Knlglir, Miss Allco Thomp
son, Miss N. T. Ellison, Miss A. Har
rington, Miss Mary Sexton, Miss Lydi
McStocker. F. B. JcStocker, Dr. C.
B. Cooper, Dr. Baldwin! F. Klarop,
J. N. g. Williams, Mrs. .Williams. Miss
Klamp, Miss McCarty, Miss Edith
Mcyor, Miss Ouppy, A. D. Castro. Win
Walsh, Mrs., Walsh. L, Abrams, Mrs.
Abrams, f. N. Payn,' C. W.', Macfar
lano, Miss E. F, Mist, Mrs. H, M.
Mist. ' '
Per O. 8. 8, Sierra, Jor San Fran
cisco, July 20 Mr. and' Mrp. 8. E.
Schecllne, J". M. 8chee1lue', J. It. FI4
des, J. P. Erdroa'n", Mrs. S. IX. Need
bam, Miss Noedh'am, Miss Hafbadjb,
Hiss M. T. Kluegel, It. W. Robinson,
.1. l Drako. B. P. ,Lctsou, W, O. Ir
wjn. Miss T. Fahy, O. Bush,, Austin
Whlto. Mrs. Wm. Abloy, Miss " M.
Passo, J. 8. Marrow;,Mlss E, Falrwca
(her, Mrs. N. D. Emerson) Miss B. C.
8torrctt. Mrs.' F' Burt, Miss B, E.
Mclor, E. U, Alexander, A W. Emer
son, Mrs. Sturtevant.'MIs's'jary' Mrs.
b Baldwin: Mlss'N. Burt, Miss Byan,
C. A. Mcintosh, R. E, Bond, R. E.
Mist, C. 8, Brown, I. .Rubenaletn, C.
H. Ltip!n,coU, V. B. Wltningtonl A. v.
Dredge, Major Riley, Mra,uand Miss
Koefer, W'. U l-letcher, W.hSInipson,
Miss E. Karaaka.' Miss M.., Clark,
Misses B. arid ' A. Goldsmith, Mrs.
Bluln, Mr. and Mrs. Sturtovant, Miss
Plnkertotf, Mrs'. Palldston, L.' Horn
Irigsb'ftrger, (5apt. Foster,' Jas. lc
Candless, Mrs. M. B. Noble Mrs. J.
8. Chllds, Mrs. 'W. A.'1 Anderson,, J.
H. Schnack, C. FJ Jenkins, Mi Broder
Ick, Mrs. Jno, Dyer, Miss L. Aholo,
Miss N. F. Ellison. Mr. Geo. Mar
tin, W. Kasselcon. W.. HenBtand, fir.
and Mrsv O. A. Becker. J. K. Fjr.
loy. F, Farley, Mr. and Mrs. W.)Cun.
nop, Mrs. F, Loe. Mfss Loo, .Mrp, p.
A. .Bolton Mr, 'and, M,rjT 'E. T., Sibti
sori, Mrs. Oliver and bon, Mr! and
Mrs, E. ti. Hayden, Mrs. J; Winter,
Miss C. M. MacDonald, Miss, M,' An
derson, E." II, Brown, Dr. Wa'lker, M.
Brooke-Bmtth. r i it
I i . MAILS. , i tn,. I
' Milu are "nuV' i' 'ponolura from
Yokoh'ama Pen Klyo' Maru, July 10.
Colonies Per Makura July '19. "
San Francisco Per Wllhelmina, July
. 12. , h
Vancouver Per Marama. July 22.
,Malls will depart for, the follnwiai
point" as fotloTvs:j , ,, r
gin .Francisco rer Asia,. July 9.
Vancouyep rer ilakura, July.,19.
VokoHnma IVf Ch)ni). July 1.1,
(olohlda Vett Marina, July JZ.
it e tlo sp'jea ,.i'uu' jojJb'