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) i t.-.-i I ft.. ,-f 3 r T m m Masonic Temple A Weekly Calendar MONDAY:!1 W k ' rncIHorsSlnleil. Hunolfiln Stated. TUESDAY! , OcennlcThlrd Degree. WEDNESDAY": Hawaiian First Degree THURSDAY: FRIDAY: Honolulu Third Degree. SATURDAY: T Iff " I ; mLm A s i m fc 1 1 m AJL JUL JJL I YF 1 1 P "" " mi visiting members of the mtcr are cordially Invited to tend meetings of local loddes Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at K. F. Hall 7:30 P. M. tfiniur runiurrfifif jucuiucis ux Munmc nnointtna 0xur jio BENEFICIAL ASS"QIATIO(L elation, cor iially invited. HAHMONY IQDQE, Ko. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. Meats 'every Monday evening at 7:30 In I. O. 0. 1 Hall, Fort Street. E. R. HENDRY, Secretary. It. E. McCOY, Noble Grand. All visiting brothers very cordially Invited. , f'"! ' OAHU I0DOE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every first and third Fri day evening at 7:30 In K. of I', 1I&U, corner Fort and Borotanla. Visiting brotuors cordially Invited to-attend. WM. JONES. 0. C. 0. 1". HEINE. K. It. 8L HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, L-D.-S.il. l-. MoetJ every first and third Thurs Br. . days ot each month at Knights of Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor dially Invited to attend. A. L. EAKIN, Sachem. E. V. TODD.'C. of It. HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E. Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY evenings ot each month at ,7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner Cerotanlo and Fort streets. Visiting Eagles aro Invited to at ll"tnd Hf W. It. RlLEYrW. P. wm. a nccur, sec. HONOLULU LODGE 010. B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0. Elks, meets In their hall, on King Street, near Fort, every Friday even Ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially Invited t attend. JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. II, GEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec. WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. K. OF P. 8, Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Baturday evening n( 7:30 o'clock In IC. ot P. Hall, cor. Fort -and Bcretaqla. Visit ing brothers cordially 'Invited to at end. H. A. TAYLOR, C. C. ' E. A. JACOBSON. K.' R. B. 'fulier.' &co. r M4NUCTUnrH5 - OAW TRANCI5CO. y A nreservatlvo nnil nernmnant In 'color. For nlilnelen and rouali wood- iiKWV-r Wife: lETS'i'iVl I WV. P. FULIERA ilJSS I &co. r1 WP tvnrlr. Numnrniia nrtfttl,. nml hnr. 'nionlous combinations ot color. K; Lcwcrs&Cooke,Lt(J. ? M. E. Silva, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Prompt and Polite Attention CHAPLAIN I,f NE, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC SISTERS fhnns. 170 VieU Rail 1014 ASSESSMENT NO, 12 'Honolulu Branch of the Harrison l;'W Mutual Association MIIn8 hoen called nnd Is DUB JUNE ,ib ana ukuiwuisisi on jud io !v .'j . . , .MmiMlJbkMhi AT THE YOUNb. Tuesday, July 12. Hans DodVn, Lahalna; F. K. Hill, Hllo: Mr, f. n. Hofgaard, Walmeaj It. Hnymaun, San Francisco; D. 0. Eckel, S. F; t). M, Uarrlsou, 8. F.; Mlsa Wyittl. Oakland, Mrs. Wyatt, .Oakland; Dr. M. Thurnioa, Los Ana.; Dr. M. Vance, Los Ang.; A, B. Baker." Boston, Mas".; Keith C. Mcllao, Han-1 fonl, Cal.; Mrs. Lewis Whtklns, Lei Ithun; I). FM8choon and wife, 8, P., Monday, July 11. , James Morrison' and wife, San Francisco; Mr. anil Mrs. Geo. C, Rud dy. Lot Angeles; F. 8. Noycs, Cltyj J. 0. 8mothos. City: A. W. Hamilton, City; E. It. Doming, City; R, R. Jones, City. AT THt HAWAIIAN. Tuesday, -July 12. Mrs, James Cnmpslo, Pahala, Ha waii; Mrs. E. E. .Cooant, Kona, Ha waii; L. E. Ilcnnts, Phoenix. A. T.i E, 15. Caldwell, wire, and child, Don-" ver, Colo. ; F. 0. Bsrtlett, wlfo and baby; MIsh C. K. Motfelt; Mr. and Mrs, M. Fagau, Bunta Paula, Cal.; Rev L. Evans, 8t F.J.C. Clark, Los Ang.; ii. w. Anucrson, vuy. ASHBF OF TEACHERS (Continued from Pace 1) Knaniimanu Mr. Chas. Baldwin, Mrs. K. Winter. Miss N. McLaln, Miss Phoebe Hecn, Mrs. K. Morgan. Mis Margaret Johnson, Mls E. Lyons, Miss E. Wolfe, Miss P. Perry. Miss Ella Goo Kim. MIbs Isabel Weight, Miss M.Nyroan, Mlks 1. Mc Carthy. Mrs. M. Williams. McKJnlcy Prof. M. M. Scott, Mr.; J. B, Darns, Mrs. S. S. Kinney, Miss Clara Zleglcr, Mr. P. N. FoUom, Miss A. M. Dow, Miss Jonrile Charles worth, Miss K. Woodford, Miss Anna Tucker. Normal Edgar Wood, Claud 11. Clawson, Miss M, "Ida Zleglcr, Mr Ltlla 0. Marshall, Miss Ida MacDon aid. 'Miss Rurh Shaw, Miss Florence M. Lee; Maud Dawson, Miss Margaret Cooke. Miss Blanche Soner, Mtsa Florinco Winter, Elsa Peterson, Miss Mario Dou,ghlas,i Miss Marjorlo Frccth, Miss Kato Zlmmirman. Pohukalna Miss 'M. Angus, Miss Esther Goo, Miss L. Cameron, AklaU ' Ontal, Miss Lillian Aklna, Mrs. Wm, Mlnton, Miss I-ouIkc Mellm, Miss Clara Gurney, C. K. Afnona. . Royal James C. Davis, Mrs. S. S. Paxton, Miss Gcrtrudo Wblteman, Miss Juliet Taner, Mrs. Alice Brown, Miss M. I). Sturblrd. Miss Annlo Goo Kim. Miss J. K. Anguf, Mlsa Mllle Morris, Miss Marl" Pllkol, Mrs, Blanche F. Browning, Miss' Itelon .RobcrUon, Mlsa Frances Uludt, Miss Molllo Grace, Miss Sadie McLaln, Mrs. S. II. Douglas, Miss Ada Lycett, Mrs. Marie Marcalllno, Miss Mabel Ladd, Central Primary Mrs. C. 0. Hot- tel. Mrs. A. M. $ln:lalr, Miss A. "A. Dudley, Mrs. Chalmers (nee Green.), Miss Gusslo Schfemmer, Miss Edith Nichols, Mrs. March, Miss Mabel Ljgbtfoot. 'Central Grammar Mrs. F. W. Carter, Mrs. M. C. Gregory. Mrs. L. A. Wllkins, Miss A. J. Oault. Mlsa Mabel Armstrong, Miss lwalanl Day ton, Miss Isabella ' Kelley, Mips Laura R. Adklnson, Miss R. Case. Pauoa Mrs. Louisa Lucas, Miss D, Alana. Maemat Mrs. C. Monsarrat, Miss Maude Jordan, Miss Victoria Jordan, Miss Ellen Vickory, Kauluwela Mrd. L. L. Crelghton, MIbs M. Lclnaala Smith, Miss Vir ginia Ekstrand, Mlsa Hattlo Ayau, Mrs. Molllo Yap, Miss Lan Yin Chlng, Mrs. J. V. Eskow, Miss Hulda John son, Miss J, Waltz. .Kululanl' Mrs. Nina L. D. Fra u, r, Mlsa Julia E.'Snow, MJss Mary Lofqulst, MIes "Mao Giles, ,Miss. Ida Knight, Miss Florence Lynch, Miss Mary Franca, Miss Kalo Mclntyrc, Mlsa Aluieo. Mosaman, Mlas Bernlco Cooke, Miss Sophie Ilcermau, Miss Llztle Ayau, Mru.f Honuina Furla, Mi's. Lelltla' Wulker, Knlihl-waina-Mr. I. M. Col. Mlsa Floron:e Ho, Miss Rose Alolau IE. S. King), Miss Gertrude McCorrs. ton, MIbs 0. Horner, Mfs. G. 'coul ter, Mrs. M. A, Leo, Mrs. Man nip Mooro; Mr, R, Law, MIsb Cbrlatino Hertz. ' '' . Kalhl-uka Mj-s, Johana Mascoto, Moana"lua Mrs.', Clara Mokumaja. Girls' Industrial Mrs. Hu, MJsa Ferguson, Alca MJss Carrie Clajpool, Mss Lillian ClaVpool, Miss Phronl Dyke, Mies Mlchu Tanaka.- I'oa'rl qify Mrs. Majiel Klng;Mss Keaulin iiookano, MIbs H. Mclnerny. Waliihu frs. , Souho Oyerend, naipn catneart, nil bo i.ticy lucnaru con, Mm, TIJIle Mpkaena, Mlfs Con stancy Alague. Rwa MIbs E. Vrpom, Mr, A. Bn' to Miss Ether Kalinle. Mies. Alvlna Ayail. Mr. C. Lowdcn, Mlas Elvira Coleman. , yi(ariao-rF. J, Nobrjga, Mrs. R. K. rvnp;iK.i,. ansa u..mpa, sirs. Hiisan i Hula, ... Kavahnpl MJss. Annlo Knunftmn i. ' ' ; ' ' ' i no. I: uKijanjAt ,;. KmaA-,'!iv,'..i i. ,aMi i. jiumihii ii.jsM'i.nf ir"ini in, n i us r.-. , ,. ' - - - . . .. . ... M, ..Ti.,,. . ,.,.4 ,,., ..-.-.Li',..:, i ...- ; ' .. WBBMBtMMMnSHMdSWWKJBZT.WQimsUMPinHB - liHWBiMMWiMrTB1nBnifilWllfrilmilllWllWtStllSMllWIIMf iST1llliaMll itilMm Jftl rym itMlrli i IIMTMT1 iTMil mBiilMTIlii ir f ill MT iT I ,, LOCAL AND GENERAL Order A caso of Plnectar Lelthcad & Woodward. Phon 557. ' It goes without saying that every thing Is Best at Tho Encore. The Hawaiian band will play this afternoon at the doparture of the Lutllne. ,, Manager 'Meyer of Walana'e wis among' the outgoing passengora on the Mauiia Kca this morning. 1 The5, contract for the tower of tho Episcopal Church has been let to the Hawaiian Ballasting Company, "'Ticket ($1.00) at Bergstroma and at. ddor for Sydney Hoben'a mus'lcale tonight at Judical Ballou's, 8:15. Oceanic Lodge, F. ft A. M., wilt con fer the third degree at tho Masonic Temple, this evening at 7:30 o'clock. There wore sixteen cases on tho police court calendar this morning and,mo8t pf them wcro sent over till futuro dates. President Pfotcnhaucr of Ilackfcld & Co., ,left for (he other Islands to day. He will vb.lt all the planta tions of , which Ilackfcld & Co., are their, agents. Rev. Stephen L. Dorha of Hllo Is In town', having arrived this morning on tho Ma una Lpa from Kona. Ho will probably lotura to his Hllo homo noxt Friday '.on, the 'Claudlne. A f nAitrn itn,l M. D Sllvn left for Maul. ;and Hawaii (Ms morning jn thaMauna Kea tp familiarize them--tciyes with tho condition of tho Por tuguese laborers In plantations. It Is oxpeclod that as, soon an their Re ports are received oy me, lerriionai Board of Immigration, 8llva will pro ceed to Portugal to look for. ruoro plantation laborers. This oft'ernoou at ten minutes tc two a nurry-up' can was sem io in pollce station, nhd the ambulance was, sent out to the corner of Punch bowl and Queen streets, where It wis found that n small Filipino boy hM fallen fi'nm a helsht of twenty full and was Injured Internally. Tho child was tak'en to the Queen's Hospital for treatment and admitted. FOR JOY RIDES After being married less than one year, Annie. II. McQowan aska for an absoluto divorce from her hua-l band-George, who, sho alleges, ,has failed to support her and In addition has spent a large amount ot her money lu riotous living. On August 5 of 'last year thVcer.- cmony was performed which mide the couplo man and wife, and ever since, that, tlnio George, so his wife alleges, has not tried to get work and has depended upon herself and her parents for support. , In addition, George Induced her to tell a niece ot real estate, for 12000, and he obtained , possession ot the proceeds of tho sale, which he dissi pated In riotous 'living and automo bile riding, often being jtwuy from home for weeks at a time. On May 27. the complaint .states, he came homo with a revolver and threatened to. use It upon his wife and her mother. They made their escape and were followed to o, ' neighbor's. , house', where tho husband was overpower ed and tho revolver taken from him. Before the district magistrate at Ew'a,' McGowan ws found guilty of ajaujt. - try . The direct grounds upon which di vorce Is asked are cruelty 'and fall ure to provide. 1 IN POHtlQd POWT nTF ""Tuesday, July 12. San Francisco Arrlvod, July 2, transport 8herldnn, henco July 4. San FranclBco Balled, July 12, S. S. Manchuria, for Honolulu. Sydney Arrlved, July 12, B. Mnouka, hence Juno 25, San PedroTT-Balled. Juy 12, 3. S, B. Virginian, for San Francisco. Hllo Salicd; July 11, S. 8. Colum blan, for Salina'fcru. i "IJiope'your'enterprUo bor-j fr.ilt'," "WdII. that Is as you look u-' Iti I jj"t Ik icr.ion!" Baltimore- AniT-rliJin n u n n n tt rt st n tt tt tt tt tt tt t Watprtown Miss, I. iBqyd. Walalua Mrs. Churchill., Mr. Jamo Awal, Mrs. Hone, Alan, Mlua Rebecca .uuoy, mrs. r.muy riaiiKana, Wahlawa Mrs. Browii. Boys' Industrial O. T. Boardman J. M. Johnson; Albert Kano. Kahutu Mrs,' L. M. timlth. Kaneoho Zach McKC-aguo, Mr. John Palila, Hauula MJ83 M, Chrlstophonion, Miss E Suntep. Kaaawa-8am E. KabaVo. ' Walahole Miss A. E. Mudge, Mlsa II. Kalwluo. Kaliua Akuni Ahau, Walmanalo J. K, Kaaha, Specials: Music Mrs. A. B, Tucker, Mlts M. .Mosaman. '" ' 1 Physical- Culture Out for ono year. Mechanical' Instruction C. Evan son, ' l.aco Mlsa Tenia Akana, Miss Ma bel 'Aonn; i j , Buprrvts'lnR llrlnlcppl Cut out. Mr, T II. (IDisofi apimlntoil Normal Inspector,.. i :--, .in- . . SPENTMONEY BAGGAGE City Transfer Co., .JAS. H. LOVE. FEW PASSENGERS (Continued from Pace 1) and alterations which, beforo coin- MUCH HAY BUT (toted, wll cause Uio loosening ot'iour hourB nnd It Is by no mean's fin- undo Sam a purse strings to tne.i.hcd. tune ot nearly three hundred tnou sand dollars. Quartermaster-Captain Bond Is lu charge of tho office on hoard tho troopship. The list of pasrongers carried by the Sherman Is said to he the small est carried by an nrmy vessel since the rorvlce wns organized, baven teen casuals are traveling In the steerage. Among the passengers of promt nence en route to army station aro Llout.-Col. C. G. Woodward, from tho ( Const Artillery Corps, to take com- mand as court defenso officer of tho(tunlty to get good sized blocks of artillery district ot Manila; Lieut.-, tbeso cheaper stocks and lay them Col. Walter r. Flnley; to returnto nway for Investment Both theso his , regiment, tho Thirteenth Cav-' plantations nro "making good" after airy.: Lieut.-Col. F. S. Strong, ue- loDg strURRcs. oiaa Is cutting down tailed as adjutant.general ot the u p,,,,,, g0uing better cane re Dopartment of Luzon; A. E. Bradley,' ..,. ,, .... i, rrn e. to the Medical Corps, and MaJ L Gco. Pickett as paymaster; MJ.G. b.l Sartarans, .detailed to tho pnmppino a ... n... a n linn, tn tho Twelfth Infantry; i.leut. J. B. bott, to the Second Cavalry; Lieut. '" u-uuiu u. u.u pwiu uiu,--I.nkn 11. Puck, receiit crnduate of tnent. tho Army Medlcnl School, and MaJ.j U. U. liailOU, rrom mo quarierinn ter-gencral'ii office, to unatslgned duty. Genl- C, S. Roberts, retired; Miss Jano A, Delano, superintendent ot,the Army Nurso Corps, nnd Mrs. E. J. Tlmbeflake, wlfo of Capt. Tim- borlake, commandant at Fort Ruger, Honolulu, also arrived on the Shor - ln,' , . , I The Sherman brought twolvo. cabin, wo second-class nnd twenty eight steerage passengers to Hono-j lulu. Twenty-seven caauats for thOj United States nrmy wero among tho arrivals. On July 8 the Sherman spoke tho transport Sheridan, nnd nt that tlmo was effected. tho transfer of a dozen stowaways who' had endeavored to heat Uncle Ham' out of transporta tion to San Francisco. The stow aways were Bent from the Sheridan to tho Sherman, and are now agaln e'njoylng tho delights of balmy Ha waii net. Tho vessel sails for Mn. nlla at 8 o'clock Thursday morning. ALLEGED BURGLAR ' ISCpMHiTTED This morning nt the police court Lum Sung, tho one armed Chlnesu who told. Chief McDumo, all about tho ro.qbory at an AJea store waived ex amination, and was sent on. to tho Circuit Court. Lum coi)fess.cd to ev erything, and toid how he, Soon Duck aud. a Porto Rlcnn,- had stolcu a lot ot goods from tho store. oon Duck Is woll known to Lum, and ho says that as soon as tho nib bery was finished Soon, went off with one bag of goods and left htm tha other. No trace has been found of tbo Korean, who usually pretends to bo a Japanoso, and travots around tho country as ono. SAFE BURGLAR IS SLtLAT LARGE Bo far tho man who took tho safo from tho houso of. Chlng Lum "on Sun day night, has not been discovered, A . young Chinese who' was. suspected of- the crime has accounted for his, movements during the wholo of Sua dny night, and ho.scema to bo Inno cent ot tha burglary.. ' ' " Tho Jevyolry has, nil heon.Utod wthJ ijifl poucc, nn,u cjipiprioys ,u mi , bracelets, rings ana Druwiivg. ww crlptlons of tbo Jewels havo been scjnt all ovor tho Islands and a sharp look out will li'o kept for anyono who may try to euii some oi iiv,iiu. ,t REAi; ESTATE. TRANSACTIONS, , Entered of .Record .July, 11, 1910, William 0 Irwin & Co Ltd by Tr tn Walter F Dillingham ,..AM Henry C Brims and wf to Frank B Thomoxon Tr .' .-H front Trust Co Ltd Tr to Wong Chco -Hol 1J. Ifackfold & po Ltd to Y Nlshlt moto .,,.,. ,.,BB Entered fop Record July 12, 1010, Kflllpahtipahu and hsb' to Margaret K Bertlem'ann V Joe N Anselmo to County of Mau Can h Frank Robollo to County of Maul ,'.,,. Can U J Alfred Magoon to Malta Pakoma nnd lil ol Havld Kalanl by Aft! AWvt Kllxn E CniHldy nnd. hsb tn Mull nidg ft'Loan Socy of Haw. Ltd, . . . ; ,,.,',.; Addn .CbBO ' - -.!, 7 .; J. ' - - ; " . i; ' PHONE 152. U - v SHARES BY ! There hn been a veritable rush for tho small stocks In tho Innt twenty Olaa Is keeping a lead In the amount ot stock sold but McBrydo came In yesterday nficrnoon as n very strong second. Over two thousand shares of McBrydc sold at 6 and the market closed today nt nn advancing figure. fjtarly two thousand shares of Olna wcro sold between boards anil on tho Exchango this forenoon tho market was strong nnd ndvnnclng nt 6.50. The cause for nil this Is the good repdrts from these properties andthe easy condition of tno money mnci. A great many pcoplo sec tho oppor- o g Rolv llg wnlcr Mcm, rpduclne he CIUcn,0 .. .,.,.. - ln8 cch on of uar' Ab-,P Wl Investors, nnd they are Honokna took n decided slump this morning for somo unknown reason. Over two hundred Bharcs sold on tho Board nt 18.75 .which Is considerably lower thau tho recent sales. Good reports on tho world's condi tion of sugar camo in tbo circulars this morning, and on tho whole the IocaI ltunlon iookB brighter thun It has for some, time past - - - (Continued from Page 1) tho Territory aid can woll bo as tounded at tho example of attempt ing to secure tho votos of tho Ha wallans by advlco that If they really deslro liquor they can sccuro It from tho mainland. Tho circular states specifically that thcro Is nothing to prevent tho poor 'man ot small moans from Having, up his money until nu gem enough to gether tn enable him to sccuro liquor In cases. Just ns tho man of moans would do under tha operation of n prohibition law. This astonishing example of what Woolley means by a prohibition law for Hawaii la supposed to bo an. an swer to the statements that a pro hibition law for Hawaii would lu effect amount to class legislation. in brief, this circular Informs tho Hawaiian people that they can savo their monoy under tho reglmo of a Thurston-Woollcy Inw nnd obtain li quor from tho mainland, SUPREME COURT CASES ARGUED There ore three cases sot for ar gument before tho Supreme Court this week, two being on tho calendar tor tomorroir and one for Thursday morning. Tomorrow, morning the caso of Mnry Richards vs. Carl On Tat qt al. comes, up, for nrgnmenU This caea Is up to tho higher tribunal upon an appeal, from tho Judgment of tho lowor court. In tho afternoon an appeal In tho caso of, G. Segolkon vs. Charles W Booth, at al, will be argued. Thursday morning, arguments will bo heard In tile caso ot R. It. Make Van vs. B. Knno ct nl., which has boon brought to tho Supreme Court on. exceptions. BV AUTHORITY SEALED TENDERS. Scaled Tenders, will bo received at the office of the Superintending of Public. Works until 12 p'clock noou of Mondav. July 2S. 1010. -tor furr ulshlng tho Honolulu, Wuier. Works with 7D0 feet of 18-lnch bicoi, pipe ,w'ltU cast Iron fittlpgQ. In accord. anre with, pnus pn file in the De partment of Public Works, The Superintendent ot Public Works reserves the right to reject any or nil bids. MAItSTON CAMPBELL. Superintendent nt Public Works. Honolulu, July 12, 1910. - . , 1008-iqt . ,. ; PROHIBITIONISTS PROMISE LIQUOR ADDITIONAL 8HIPPINQ ARRIVED Tuesdsy, July San Francisco Wlihelniln S. S., 7:30 a. m. .1 San Francisco China, P. M. 8. 8 n. m. Han' Francisco Sherman, U, B, T., noon. 8., I A.1 PASSENGERS ARHIVRD VI ra- n m a R rihlnn. from San F.'AntfBco. For Honolulu; D. Wl way ports, July 12. R. S. Hosmcr, 'Andorron, Mrs. F. R. t'assett, Miss T. C. Davlcs, Mrs. W. von Kmmory Lillian Hbbs, R. F. Langc, F. D..MIss Elaa Cotes, Muis. Wagonjor, F. Lucas, Mrs. F. D. Lucas. Miss Grace S. Dodge, Mfs. Dodgd, Miss Jloticttl, M'oorhead, Miss M. E. Blnclalr, Hy.'MIss Adams, 0. P. Judd, Mrs.vuuu. .. . fl Kt t Kitlm Ulna rnirniliiMlrn Vollmer. Harry Vollmer. For Yo kohama: J, B. Cutler, Mrs. J. E. Cutler, F. B. Deubell, Mrs. F, B. Deubell, E. Gamier, Miss L'ela Glass cock, Valentine Hetzel. Mrs, Valen tine Hotzel, W E. Holmes, Mrs. E. Kyle, V. U Lowell, Miss E. C. Mnr- kcll, Miss A. 1.. Noursc, Y. N'osse, Fritz Ohcrmovc, Miss Mnry C. Por ter, Mrs. K. K. Rlnehnrt, Miss Gcr trudo Rlnchart, Mlsn Elizabeth nlne hart, S. M, Shlnml, N. C. Stlncs, J. 11. Schmidt. For Kobe: J. W. Lat tan, MIbs II. A. Taylor. For Bhang- halt Jos. F. Brlstoo, F. J. Berry,' Mrs. Joo Gam, 11. Jee, Miss Carter, Luther M. Jee, Benton Jee, Miss Mae Joe, Miss V, T, Sze, John Zct. tcrlahd. For liongkongr J. Abdcl nour, n. J. Aiken, 8. W. Allen, R. U Barry, Miss Marjorle Barber, M. J. Bcdall, John Bredell, Mrs. John ire dell, Chun Yolk Mnn, Chuck Jaw, F. J. Clifford. Rev, W. B. Davis, -Mrs. "W, S. Davis, Webster 8. Davis Jr Ste phen C. Dcllruhl, C. E. Oeru, Mrs. Walkor C. Graves, A. C. Haddock. Mrs. A. C. Haddock and Infant, Mas ter John E. Haddock, Miss M. L. Hopkins, Jew Sing Hung, Miss Mar- riot Hnnlon, Jung Joo Sum, W. J. King, W. B. Christian, Miss C. Klass, Y. L, Leong, Miss M. Lynch, Miss M. McCllntock, J. McPherson, D. O'Sulllvnu, Master Rue Preston, Quan Hon, Miss Quan Ylt, Quon Shung Tuey, Max Kelchman'n, Mrs. P. P. Rue nnd servant, Mrs. Jas. W. Slsk and Infant, Miss Colistnnco V. Slsk. Mini Veda Tolchard, 11 W Tnckoy, Mrs. II, W. Tuckcy, Miss M Turkey, Mrs, K. Van Busklrk, H. A. Walsh, John W. Weaver, Mrs, John W. Weaver, Mlsa E. W. Whltcomb. Miss Helen R. Wright. Miss C. II, Young. Por M. N. 8. 8., Wllholmlna. from Bah Francisco, July. 12. II. B. Glf ord, John Evans, Miss J, K. Bcckley, Mrs. Gcorgo C. Bcckley, Frank Arm strong. U, H. Cnry, L. M. Iowrey. J. A. Oilman .Jr.. J. McClcllan, A. II. In galls, It. Evans, F. Schnack, Miss Roso Raphael, Miss 11. Hendricks, 8. T. Deacon, N. B, Lansing, Mrs. B, E. Wyntt, Miss Nora Wyatt, Mrs II Dea con, Mrs. W. T. Schmidt, W. B. Tho mas, Mrs. W. B. Thomas, Mrs. H. D. Bevertdgo, Mrs. 0. F. Borcman and child, Mrs. A. Zabol and child. Miss Mario Thomson, Miss Ma bel Vanco, Mrs, Blalsdoll, Miss Blatsdoll, Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard, Mtss G. Hofgaard, Miss P. B. Roberta, Miss R, A. Roberts, Mrs. J B, Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Marx, Mr. J. A. Mc Ewcn, R. Holmann, M. C. Harrison, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fagan, Mrs. II. W. Hymon, R. H. Hyman. Mrs. M. Stono, Miss Mar' Buttorflcld, Miss K. Hannah, Mr. and Mrs. Steven. J. Cooper Keith MacRau. R. E. Splcer. Carl Joys. Mrs. B. J. Weight, Mrs., D. W. Head. Mr. and Mrs. Cadwcll nnd child., J. F. Morgan, J.. F. Morgan Jr.. Miss G. A. Hicks, Miss L. Morgan, Mrs. L. Schellberg nnd two children, Mr. nnd Mrs. von Holt nnd family Mr. and Mrs. I, E-. Howlns,. J. B Castlo. 1. L. Clark.. Mr. and Mrs, 8chocn, D. L. Wlthlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A D. Baldwin. A. 8. Baker, F.. E. Hlmh. 0. W. Hawkins, Mr and Mrs. F. G Bartiott and son, Mlsa C. E. Moffett Per U. 8. A. T, Shqr.man,, from San Francisco. For Honolulu: Lt. C. C. Wlnnia, Bth Cavalry; Mrs. B. 'J. Tlmberjakq and' four children, Mr. yronno, Midshipman 8. W. King; U. 8. N.j 2nd Lt. James Pine.; U." 8, R. C B.'s Robert D. King, Mrs. II, M. I March and' son, W. R. Cantwell, Gus- tav l(ieuin, Mrs. worm aubi. TRAN8P0RT SERVICE; Dix, ar. Seattlo from Hon., May 14 Logan. from Hon. for Manila, Juno 14 Sheridan, from Manila sailed, from flbn. .July 4.' Shorman,. from 8. F. arrived Hon. - -""y ' .) : ' , t t WATERFRONT NOTES- x THE,, ALAKBA wharf wllj bo tha Bccno ot an Imnromntu concert to he glverj, by ,th9, Territorial tand, .thin ovcnlhg, tho occasion 'bolng thq dp-, parturo or tho Matson rayigaiion steamnr Lurllno for Ban, Franolso. Thb,vpssql Is cYng,lV,nolilu with ovflr fifty cabin and second clnVsjan engcrs,' llor frejght. lBt "includes a wide range of Isiand products among which ara cons'lgntn.cnt of pineapple, juice, tinned' pineapples, sugar, rice, honey and sundries, its A CABLE received from Ban Fran cisco announces thn departure of tho MatBOn Kavlp.allou.Htonmor. F.nlorprlno -"' ,-..-,-..w -.. , , w frfim Ban Francisco. The vobso! sail- I.edjifof'JIIIo on last Saturday, ON PAQE ElOHT. Tli Hi I." : iMonJfy, J"Dl 11. inilna.iM. N.' Sani lVnncco-L'vcnlr, Bel BclK. sp., lA m.t' 1. '' 'WL. Kaual ports Nocau Btmr, 5 P. ID. Tuesday July 12. ( Hllo tin way ports Mauna Kca, Rtmr.; 10 a. m. , i ,j r PABBENQER8 DEPARTED Per ntmr. Mauna Kca for lilM ana Miss F. M. Fultz. Mrs. Coggshnum. Mrs. Parmontcr, MIsb L. nyon! M!es P. Hcen, W. Crawford, Mrs. Crawford, Capt. F. VD. Walker, F. W. Jartloson, R. McCorrlston. F. R. Fnssett, Jas. Forrest, Miss E. Peterson,. Miss E. McCarthy, Miss L. McCarthy Mlsa I. Young, Mrs. J; Monsarrat, ia. k. Dole. Mrs. Dolo, H,". I. Utile. W. Owcti, Mrs. Owen, C. 8t Brown, L. Steven son, O. W, Dickson, Mrs. Dickson, A. IJ, unisro, m, a. auvB. , ' ... f PASSENGERS BOOKED I - Per M. N. 8. S.-Lurllne for San FrnnrlBco, July 12,-rRobert- Farley, J. K. Farley, C. O., HottcU Mrs, Hottal, MIbs Iv Sturtovant, illss U McStock or, O. P. Hottcl, F. B. McStockor, Miss B. Clark, Miss P.acnoll, MIssiA. W. Deas. MIbs V. Cowan. Mrs. Jv. M. Scott, Miss Mabel Buntcr, Albert 8. Baker. Mrs. .Baker. MIbs A, 8. Jlart lett Miss Green Mrs. J. J. Green. Miss M, Dunn. Miss C. Hcrrjck. L. Ilonls borgor, John Hind, Miss N. Bmlth, MIbs A. B. Collier, Mrs. B..T. Mills. Per stmr, Klnau, for Kaual, ports. July 12. II. C. Waldron, W. 11. Rice. Miss Emily Rlcet A. H. Wong, Salomon Hoe, Mrs. D. K. 8heldon, H. Nakamarn, Miss Hadley, Miss A. Holt, Miss I. Boyd.. Miss A. Hall, MIbs J. Boyd, Mrs.,J,.H, Cummlngs. Miss E. Cummlngs, "illss FornVndcz. Mrs, M.- P. Aklna, Rov. J. A. Aklna. N. Akana, MIss,.Rosd. Alornn. Per stmr. Mlknhala, for Maul nnd Mnlokal ports. Chas. L. Martin, R. W. Cathcart, Mrs. Cathcart, F. F. MeycrB, Mrs. Meyprs. WATERFRONT NOTE9 i A1TER THREE weeks spent ht Honolulu tho 'trim Belgian training: , slhp'Avenlc sailed lato yesterday af ternoon witn nor destination as .an FranclBco. This vessel and he staff of officers prpveil a welcome addition to tho ;wrt. Doth omcers ana men were afforded. much opportunity of vlsltlug ho Important "points of Inter est In and about Honolulu. Tho ves sel arrived hero oil Juno 17th with a shipment, of nbout. thrco thousand tons of Australian coal. This fuel has been loft at tho local yards. Tho Belgian ship goes" to Ban Francisco In tho hopes of- securing a, charter. m ONE HUNDRED and alxleen sacks of mainland mall aro Included In tho shipment brought to this port, by tho Pacific Mall liner China. Sixty six sacks aro intended for tho Philippine Islands and will be transferred 'to tho United Btatos army transport' Bhcr man,, which vessel proceeds tp Mn nlla by a shorter rputo than that cov ered by a transhipment at Hongkong. n A WIRELE8S received last night from tho Occhnlo steamship 8lorra now enroulo from Ban Francisco and due' to'arrivo at Honolulu on Friday morning gives that vessel's position as 1250 inllos from, Honolulu, northeast winds; 'moderate Bca; baromotor, AA4A. ,... .l..A AR a. du.aui IVUIIJUIUlUlw, vu, - W. S. Ward, who for years was manager of the Keaau store at(Olaa, Hawaii, Is now on the mainland; hut Ukcs tho greatest Intorest In nil that pertalna,to Hawaii! His broth or, L. T. Ward, a' sailing the Molll lou In the transpacific., race, and, from all 'accounts,, hopes to do wen In tho ov'ent.' Tho Mollllou, left Santa Cruz at '10;55 a. mi'on July C and wus given 'a,' great sond-oft by; a big crowd of people. W. 8.' Ward, In writing, of the affair, states that tho Mollllou got. quickly under way und ,'made good time down to San Pedro, That the Mollllou (considered to have! a 'goodr thnrjcp'Cln the rico Is 'evldent-'frohr AvVrdWetter, arid his lirothor feels. confident that with fa vorable winds the' yawl will make a name for hersolf. Tho Mollllou Is 51. feet over all. 3S feet wdter-IIhe, 1-4 feet beam and draws 8 teet 6 Inches, 'belng'h keel bdat, On the'trlp to San' Pedro she was In cdmmand of tjqmodore Louis Ward'of'lho Aoollan Yacht Club. The rest ot the crew consists' of William Johnson of the.' hark AndreW W'elch, Frhiik Fnrnknpt of thn Corinthians, William Crnlg, Walter' Bchroednr, ,, , ,, Fred Frodorlcks, John nussoll and I cook. ll .hmM.iii.'.