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1 i . " . 1 1 . " : 1 v. P,t M' '! 3 Jftl-l (t Masonic Temple Weekly Calendar MONDAY: tcflhl Jfo. 2 Regular. TUESDAY; Oceanic First Degree. WEDNESDAY: THUR8DAY: 4 FniDAY: ltOHnllnn Third Degree. SATURDAY! All visiting member of tn Jrder are lordlall) Invited to attend meeting! nf local lodge Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondayi of s&ch month at K. P. HaU 7:30 P. M. i, r.,n. .,,.... jacmucri ui unine tniimttay other aiio BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOLuaUou cor- lutXij tnviwft HABMONY IQDGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F, Meets every Monday evening nt 7:30 in L O. O. P. Hall. Fort Street. E. R. HENDRY, Secretary. H. H. McCOT, Noble Qrand. All visiting brothers very cordial)) invited. 0AH7J IQDGE, Ho. 1, K.6fP. Meets every first and (BnEpxi 4ay evening at 7:30 In K. or FrilM, corner Fort and DeretanhvrYUtlnx. nrothtri cordially InvItedTtsEftftei WM, JONES, CttET.- O. F. HEINE. K. n. a A HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. O.BJkL Meow every Orst and thlrdJTltu: Jay of each month at Knights of I'ythtas Hall. Vliltlng brothers cor- " ' llally Invited to attend. A. L. EAKIN, Sachem. 111 E. V. TODD. O. of It." HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. 0. El Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY evenings of each month, at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cojoeri ueretanla and Fort streets. Visiting' Eagles are Invited to at nil W H KILEY, W. F WM. C. McCOY, 'Sec. HONOLULU L0DOE 016. B. P. 0.X.J Honolulu Lodge No. 610. B. P. O Gilts, meets In their hall, on Kln' Street, near Fort, every Friday even-. Ing. Vliltlng Brothers are cordially Invited to attend. JAS. D. DOUailEIlTY, E, R ' QEO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec. WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8, OFP, Meets Avery 2nd and 4th Saturdav evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit Ing brothers cordially invited to at tend. , H. A. TAYLOR, O. O. E. A. JACOGSON, K. R. 8. Wherever paint is needed,' use PURE REPARED AINT Lewers&Copke,Ltd. 177 So, Kinc Street ML E. Silva, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED Prompt , and Polite . Attention CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE Ml-i- CATHOLIC SISTERS Phono 170 Night Call 1014 ASSESSMENT NO. 12 .Honolulu Branch of the Harrison Mutual Association Has been called and is DUE JUNE . ' JS and DELINQUENT on JULY IB, PIIISGET Blind Pig And Opium Sellers Caught Af h Chief McDfiRie anrl hln sleuths paid a wslt to Wjlp.ihn mill Alea last night, and were oty fortunate In get- ting In touch with two Illicit endors of booze and one Roller of opium. Tsunnda wfti I ho Walpalm ndmlp er of the morning pap'r-r,n,nd ho was running n blind pig ami bring a roar ing huslneis' Up was caught red handed nnd 'tho marked coin that 'nl wajs figures In n cnie like thai', wb found In his poisesMnn. ' While at Walpahu, tlio thief thought that ho would rail and sCe Mr Wong Lee. who wan (inspected of selling Hip pj Juice, tr. nnnho who hud the iiPopTury prlcrt. Ail Informer wot given n luuikPd cfiln and ho had no sooner got Ihp opium and paid for It wli'n Mr I) link- hlii'iied In nnd grabbed the seller. Then tlio nutii took n run nround for n wIiIIp and finally itaclici1 Slat suynmn San'iJ place ami Iho old mark ed coin noon worked overtime ami bought some beer TIip prrTprfflnr of this blind .Ig ttai studying nun ot Wnollo) k editorials when .Mellntllo dropped In. anil arrested lilm hftor finding tbo coin wlli a cross on It In tho Japanese' pocket. ' This morning at thb police court Tsunada forfollPd his bill money of S100 nnd did not mnlta any kick about the ninttcr. In fact tin did not thow up In Iho lclrilty of tho court it all. Wong I.op, tlip seller of nplutn a as fined ISO ana cosM, uml Mntnu- iunja, the booid dlspcneer bad his BiJiStscni over ill Jinnuay next. (Cont!nued'(rorn;Paee 1) 'nt home" to lttonf only during the mornings, thowbolo oftho afternoons belne'dovoted. la tho 'report. Already nearly all chlofs yho report to the Governor and upon whose re- ports.ha bases'hls own, have submit tedn 'record of 'accomplishment for the tweho months ending nlth June 3') and these records nro ready to be Incorporated into tho report which goes forward to Washington. This 5 ear the report Is scheduled to ,nrrjp nt heudqu.irters In the na tion's capital by the first of Septem ber and this' means mulling here by tlio middle of August. The dato fict for tho submitting of the report tills yeur Is nearly four vecka ahead of tho time that It has reached Washington In oars past, and this Is ono reason why other things must take a back seat until the report Is finished. Tho (,oeriior wishes to Incorporate In the report tho census statistics of the Territory but this wilt probably bo Impossible. In the manuscript copy which Is sent on. However, nt jeast the total population of the different Is lands and towns will be at hand by the tlrao tho first proofs como from Washington of tho report and at thai time an additional section will be add ed covering the census findings of the Territory. i -. i At. i (Continued from Pajre 1) calling us Indians. He ought to be iBhained of himself. Ho has degraded mr condition and fs still trjlng to dlsfranchlKo ns from exercising our 'nFtltutlnnai rights. "If ho In a man of courage, let hln como forward and speak to us. Ha' nllans, what lib Intencs to do "with in. It Is his place to 'como hero am? explain tho reason why ho Insulted "tir good. loahlo and peaceablo race. Lot us show him noxt Tuesday that we can handle our local affairs with out Ills valueless and unreasonable) advices. "Who Is responsible for liquor traf 1c hero?" asked Markham, l "Why, ono of Woojloy's kind was irlgl'oally rriponslblo for bringing the liquor to Hawaii net. It was the white man that first brought tbo II iuor hero and taught tho Hawallans 'to drink It, "I wou'd llko to too hlrri and hear htm tell abbut prohibition, ; hoar that lip Is afraid lo conie out and face tho audience What he has been telling to a few of tho people of his kind and ot his belief would not fn' lu'nco us one way or tho other. I am surp that tho llawalrsun will volo down Woolley and his proposition" Beforo descending from tho stand! bo Invited tho prohibitionists to como ii hi nil? dJJJUIUUUJUUIiIIIIIU LOCAL AND GENERAL I y -i v ,. J Mt'gOGi wlthotft saSlathat ciory thing Is Best nt Tho Encore. . quality" la tint v.llh Utthwd 'anJ Woodward In maklns soda water. C H.-HsfgiarJ hai bea aonointed district magistrate at WMmea, Kallal.' Up till thlf morning1 U2 automo biles had been registered at' th'pcA 'i 'llcc'staUon. ' " "I r I1 Attorney Achl vvaa allowed attor ney's fees of 1230 by Judge Robinson In hM 'suit against riminalDreler. 'For 'distilled wnter. Hire's ' Root Beer and all' other popular drinks. Ring up-phono 71. Consolidated Soda Works. ' . Jerry Rdonej' I ndw" at 'tile Atari I.Uery to. Vltji Lis' afcliard rar.lrltory for other land upon which 16 No. 270. Hotel nnd Union streets: pnone c. Hill Ulilllon, tlip motorcjcip oillcer.'" """ '" i-ik" "ii.-iihi, '"" had n narrow pscaiK" id n narrow pseai from a bid ncil- dent last night when he rrn full tilt Into a manhole that had bepn lilt open on King street rhllldn vat thrown ddVfrhiil'tritild pof fll Ih'roiigli the circle and remained on top. The motor C)cle was sllghll damaged hu( (Million eRcnped Injury, 1 Hawaiian views printed on post cards are held to bo lewi "within tho United States," according to a decision made Saturday by the' board of United States general appraisers. The test case befoie Iho board stood In tho name of 1' I' a Harper &. Co. of Sail IVancNco, The cards! which wcro prlt.ted llthographica'lU' were assessed for duty at tWe'rifte, of IS cents a pound and 25 he'centj ad alorcm under the provlsto'ti .vdt tho thrift act of 1909 for "vfcwii'of landscapes, scene, building, plnc'o or locality It. tho United States." v ' The Importing concern set up tliej comeniion uiai me earns mil not au' plijt illustrations within tho popular, meanlnc of the. United States. &n'd. accordingly, lower duty was rlafh cd. One of the claims advanced1 Was at the articles should be nltawed'io entej- as printed matter at 25 per cent., or as manufactures of''paper with a tax of 3Ii ner cent., while on alternate' claim was for an apnroprl-t uiu rule uiiuvr uiu piuviniuu Ul tuy law fpr lithographic rirlnls'.-NeW York Commercial, June 20.'" t"",j r 1ttt 't-tfVV i ahead nnd tako tho stand llko meni Hut nono uvnllcd themselves 'of' the Imitation. Tomorrow, hnothcr nntl-prohlblMon meeting will lib conducted. ,-t the same place. Thero will bo more speakers present. It Is expected that 'Voolley and a fow ot hls Hawaiian lieutenants will como forward o face the music. Markham and othcrfl''wlll be thero with tho goods. 'if -' ' '" " Iff . J- w. , t-' i ' 11 ' J, d'.r'f -hl lVv "I i - HAWAII JUjH ISRtSCUED Antfimnhilplpcmnmc UI'Vll I'lVILill V ill,Vlv vVltiiJ They have just been opened . in the' rear of' the u ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING Entrance from 'the alleyway nearJKing Street vs n'n . r ' A beautiful line of Automobiles on ' Mr- 'j i on Hamm-Young Co. f&Q&MB City Transfer Co., JAS. H. LOVE. niiiiiinn ta iTiir psirriiPs' VI Ul III1J III ! I Ul. I A I I III. I I DUDUIID III illlLIHIIIiriL -' f JJUD OUT (Continued from Paje 1) tain land now occupied with tlip Tpr '.construct n wagon mvl at Kantilul. .,,",' "' " " ' ' 7 'or . w- l Bnnl.om or rrintoviiia riantntlnn wishes to lease land atl Wnlolp Kauai ' W. I). Adams will purchntn Ihreo acies of Kawalloa I ele trad, Onhn, and rirst Natlon.il Hank of llllo will buV lolB'filS Uiiil r.lfl nriw Held under leaio at lllla 11 offers nil uiset pHoo wf 17.2fX II. Hi Hitchcock would exchange land with the Territory nt Ualapup,'nrms ,y pn B0I;16 f ,tl(. intlmnlo MoioKau A Mapitse. Kamolkl Kantaro po- tltloni for leao of one and lino half acreyf Apana 0 nt llllo offering - 'Al.-raham K Itokqi asfcn to pur-1 Uiaso lot 11 at llJiliih, ami T. n I.ons unulil like In exrlianiro Iniigo for land!" land nt WalChu,l'lMa"u'l, il lot oil Punch- bowl street Itnnlhli'lit nrih1 'ltn'nl ,'(i ' ( I Cnnmficll has "nsked ap- oijiwit ,fi Mars I on ja provnl .of Ilio.Jloiinl for Subdivision tliojlonr nh (ale fir Kuwllt Tish Ponds, a trorfHr JaWillWlelilinft recently lJi!.I1Peehes i t'hn neonle m Mnul. .Viriln.la '"I. t. MrCannleV. npplle, Id tho U6ar.f th renwll 6f we"iiiiniber 70'A'dl" Ifunkala. Walalua. , I. ' ' A ' ' ' HEAL .XSfrATE TRANSACTIONS. Entercfior Becord'July 20, 1010. v" Prom 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. ra. Mary Illi'tf and hsb to i: A .iiri neri.y ".lion ngenis J I'shlda p Olaa Sugiv Co Ltd. .C M 3 SuglmOto lo blan Sugar Co Ltd '- ' CM Esf of Charles W qfay by ndm-c to W C Achl, ir 'Rcl A, M Merrill by ntty to Alice K Keawe ct ol Rel Houolulii Dry floods Co Co-U D August Splllncr ahd wf to Au r una wi iu ,iu- en.t Drclor Ltd D',""n """" "" i"""'"'" """ "' r.'.-.i' i -n i Tl o, inm xjiicica lur jiciuiu uiy.i. aciiu. Haona Kaco and wt Wn a- liia AerctlCf) Ltd Ltd M H.l'P'Lewir nnfT-wf Vo R W Purvis ...,...,, T Charlie Reynold's met with nn acct de'nt jesterdayafterncon ns ho was drUlng his fine uuVo 'hunibcr 500 nrdund tho co'mej-'br'Pllkbl nn'd Ucre t dia streets. Tlio car skidded on thef ollv road, nnd dashed Info a telenhone post 'no on: as njurcjl but Ihd car 'Wits' considerably damaged.. ,Come and See Our iu - i up New t V V4 fltrfivrurtl t now LIMITED King and Bishop Streets J J3M PHONE IB2,. "If v.'e want prohlblllnn hifp In tin wall, I mean n good prohibition, (lie nI,y way to do is rompei rhesaloon kepjiors lo open their ilonrs nnd re- nv te mwiiii ilurlng , ,0nrs.'' Prohibition nfent. i . ,,-. , mnllll ... ." ' . T ' ...... V i. ," m n lew "' '"p Pr"11"""0," agenn wl' "nv" hfPn tW'IIIng nrnitnil the '"lands', and In the roiirse of their campaign, found the true iipnllmpnt of the Hawaiian voters to' be' against. the Woolley propaganda. In somn ot jlhn Islnnd 'districts they found that they were not reccUed with open friends. Notvithstundlng tho" cool re- na t,1Py rtcohell , muny ,0n. ,tes ,',, rchl"rn iere am, Hllmt , liewfqnilrtenl coiragw.g reports. Tl,,p' 'lo not rnr" w'"'1 wl" ,,,,"P' on Section day. What Ibey nro after j"00 country tups, 'lliey do not, howeyer, deny tho fact that they were alwnvs worklne for tbo success of the party which they represent but seem to think thnt'tho Jig Is upiiilready. J Kvcr blnco Kunlho, "tho Cannon ii.ii ni t.-ni.nin .i....i nn.i ,..,i ",",a" a,taBllH' ,'"V0 !?'yhB? b Voolleyltes. ( tlio reatdentft thoro, fapcclnlty thn 11a come to realize that been misinformed by the oolleyltes. One of the prominent 5h,'l"', : Maul, who Is usltlng In I'.wn, wncn nsKeu auoui ma piem- liul,' 8o111 ,hat prohibition will not iHfi Mnni- " Btntewenta were "corroboiutcil by some of th prohlbl- That the voters on Moloknl were niiiloiwly' valtlng for Kuntho to come Ibero ngaln with ' bonibhliells" Is ev idenced by tho remarks of a few Mo iokalans who arrived hero last Sun day, They claim thut Knnlho bus placed tho matter bcfoio them as it ndir n bright searchlight, that ha ,,.... ,. ..,., , - !"" tB Tin Soon will soon bo on his way back to Hawaii and he will be met by High Sheriff Henry with delight, nilly Woods, who went to the main land to brli.g Tin back, has cabled tho ono word ';Coirect," and that shows that tho man held In custody at San Francisco Is really the want ed convict. Lowering tho gas makes the world brighter to lovers. V oi. r. lis,? tt;i w ,1 t ,',f Ia ,. ARE FALTERING Shipping" ADDITIONAL-BHIPPINQ ON r'AQE.EIOHT', 1 ti , : 1. ' ( AHRIVEP t I " DEPAHTKD f Thiirta"av, July 21 j. Jaland porta Mol Wahlne,,cch7la, Hawaii porta Llkellke, atmf., a,rn. i : WATERFRONT NOTES TTJkw" WIREI.nnfl npparttiui has breti inntalled on board the .Canadian Australian liner Marnma. This ves sel has sent In n report announcing tho arrival of tho esiel nt Honolulu on or about elghty-Ihlrty I'riday even ing. Arrnngementt havo bpen Wade whereby the redernl nttnrnntlnn rifTl- 'oors will board 'Hie teisel should she 'arrive off tho port before nlnp o'cloek'. It Is understood that Iho Marama Is bringing il6Vtn nnlto a hnmber of pav seniors from tho northtveit. A small cargo will bo left nt iho port. Tho essel will bo given n prompt ells paled' tri' Anstrnllan ports tvla fun ning Island anil ftuvn, tnrougli the ngency of Theo. II, I)nlos & Co. a 'Tim ritrcinilT list or tho steamer Claudliie, from Hawaii nnd Maul ports, lni'luleil 20. cords Wood. r,0 races honey', .12 lingt, nnd 2T.3 pacliages sundries. '" Tlio Clanilthe met with 'fine weather on lli'e luWie ward Irlp' KB YKSTnniuvs nupAiiTimns for the ntall.land Included the AnierU cart schponer Opi?ga(i which arrived hero inN July 1 Willi' a1 Shipment of lumber ' corTslgneif' & tbn ' Hawalfhrt Ltmbfr Company. TI1H INTi:itISLANn steamer LI kollko has arrived from llamnkun par.ts with a shipment of sugar and sundries. Tho vessel returned lo Ho nolulu this morning. w ' " TUB MATSON NAVIflATION 8. S. Lurllnc Is reported to have arrived at San Francisco nn lust Tupsdny. RITHET TAKES . TEN PASSENQEBS i After rernnlulpg at.the, pprt of Honolulu since June 18, tho Amer. lean bark R. Y. Rltbet will be ills patched for San I'"rancIso ,nt 4 o'clock this afternoon, taking n ship ment of sugar amoui.tlng to fcevem teen hundred tons. Ten passengers havo booked foi San Francisco by Captain Drew'f popular bark. The Rlthet has been handled through Iho ngency of C, Ilrower & Co. Owing to tho difficulty In sccir Ing freight offerings for the oldtlme windjammers, the, tetitrn of the barl Rlthet to Honolulu ' Is problemati cal. Roth tho Annie Johnson and tho Andrew Welsh, "which hac here! toforo made 'W6ro or less regila trips between Bali Franflsco and Ho nolulu, have, been laid ufi at Oak! land' Creek. ' Captain Kelly Of ,thc Wolch, who Is well known hero It business and fraternal circles, write that ho has hopes of some time be ing iransrerrcu id a meant yeae. makfng Honofulu h port 'of rail. ' Al tho present time the outlook for tin 'Andrew Nvefch and Beveral otli'e Bailers resuming business' betwfei' the' mainland' and (he Islands li, rather a gloomy one. fho Amcrl can-Hawaiian nnd Matson steamen appear to clean up the business. THETisloiNES INI1EK REPAID The engines Of W Utilted 'State1 revenue cutter Thetis aroMinderira Ing repairs and that essel may b-1 laid Sip 'tor1 at ea3t'a m6fiib uefor he"yprk Is njiilcked.' ' ( ' ' 'TheVhetls hasMiee'u In, crtmmls islonln Hiiwullan waters for a con' j sideable period, w'jtbout having re ceiveu mu;n niienypn to ner ma c.hJnW' , ' . , ,! t irbtlCE TO' MARINEBS. , HAWAIIAN lHT.ASnvq Clnlin lo'll I and, S'ly side Honolulu Harbor Hit j franco Entrance Qas Uuoy, No, 1 rol puncu occuiiuiR irregularly, wn havo Its regular characteristic restoi ed ns soon as practicable. i I San Francisco Ray. California. ."Notrce Is herdbj' givon hit San An I tonlo Creak IJuoy Ko. 1, a Sndtclas. spar', Is repbfted adrift. It will W replaced as soon as' practicable. S4n FranclBco Day, California. t Notice Is also given that South San Francisco Deacon, a 4-plle beacon .heretofore marking the north side. ot the dredged channel leadjng tc' tne Ban iiruno canal, Sout,h Sat. Francisco, which was destroyed in February. 19 10, has been perraa nently discontinued, It being tic longer ot use as an aid to uavlgn tjou. .Humboldt Ray, rCall(or,nla, No tice Is hereby given that Clarks Slpugh Light I'o, 0, heretofore re porteJ destrojed and the light ex tinguished, ws rebuilt and relight' ed Juno 29, LL--lf..,rf-H. lull 9f) Ortys ftatbbr-tEipida, Am. actt.( 'Aberdeen 6meta. Am. sch , p. m. "TlHirldaV', July 21. Hllo and cruise Montcalm, French cfuhYK'a hi. 4 1- PA88ENaER ARRIVED i -j. .Per stmr". Claudlne. from Hawaii -ahd ijyidul ports, July SO. .Miss M. A. lioKcher, James Uowrher, 1!. Haliie, 1). (1. May, fjordon WAkeflelil, Mrsfl V. A.. Anderson', , V. Knneko, Janie Vrrion, Mif Rt h, Mopler, A. Arnlrnde, A. Krlns, James Molov, A, Rlchley. Mrs. Rlcliley. H, ft Hart Jr., Miss B. K, Hart. Miss M. Tow tier, Mrs. C. llggit. li h. Rat tie,' (1. Il, Houzn, Mr, and Mrs. I. Muramaka, Mf. unit Mr. J. KnWarolil, ,V. n. 'AnilJrson, 1). von Ternpsl;, Aflss von Tem'ptky, Muster VnnTempskyJ Mlsi J. Davidson, D. Lelth, C. t). Ltifkfn, J, K. Oannon, Rev. C (1, llhonfiam, Mrs. Ilurnham, 3. A. Saw'alish,( Mr. and' Mrs. W. Mntsilshlta, Mr. ' an- it.j t t.AttM r- I !. iinn. . lirtiup. dii. J.I1IM W 1 L. d ' PA38ENQER8 BOOKED I Per Am. Dark R. P.1 Itllbet Tor flap Francisco, July. 21. L. Do Cow, Mrs. J. L. VInnedgc, Mrs. F. H. Harfnc', T, hozlDr, Y, Dozler. M. Roohms. Mrs. tiochms, A. II. HHdtol, Mrs. llrlstol. l'er stnl'r. W. O. Hall, for Kauai ports. July" 21. Mrs. A. 8chlcber, Mrs J. Bniiili,' H.'A. Moeler, Mrs. J. Kcl lett, Mrs. II. Clark, II. Itclchart, 'Miss II. Ho, O. Mayno, It. V. r. Purvis. Mrs. Purvis, W. H. Rico Jr., R. L. 1lal?ey. Jas. L. TVIoloJr. ' ' Per stmr. Clftudltlo Tor Manf and Hawaii ports, ,JnIy 22. Miss A. E. Judil, Mlsk C. A. jSchwelzer, Mrs. W. 8. ChlllingwortnT Mrs. , F. Chilling worth, C. D. I,tirklnM. Hadlcy, Miss Kingsbury, Mlsn l.ee, II, M, Roberts, A. Hnneberg, Mrs. Geo, Wilbur, Mrs. Irasl, M. Ornsl, M. MartlnetJI, J. n. Oannon, Mrs. (lannon, Pather Rodrl gues, father JiiBtln, Jf Kauohele, Father dcrnrd. t ' Y Per. stmr, klriau 'for Katiat "iorts, July it. J. iC'Dolc.JL II. Rrodlo, Mrs. V6ss, 'Miss Oraham, Miss A. K. tMahlko'4. 1' ' ' Per slnip. .Mait'na la' for Kona and kau itorls, July 2C Mrs. M. P. Pe ters, Henry Davis, Mrs. J. P. Melan- ,phy, "Mrs". W. R. l"arrlnglbn and 3 chlldreri. O. F. Maydwell, Mrs. May !dwcll, 'N. Firnandei, Miss R, Fernan Jci, A.' 'Fernandez, Mr Firnahdez. Per'stmr. Mnuna Kea, for Hllo and . tay p'rirts, July 2B.-J. D. Reed, Mm Rcod. Rev. AHilt. J. B. turner. A. F. ludll,' W. O. Smith. Miss .Allco Hen try, Minn Winter, Miss Ueauer. Miss W. Foster, L. II. Carey. "Mrs, Corey, Mrs. A. Q. Ferguson, Miss 'e. M. Ar 'IiurEmma llall, Edythle Hall, J. A. Pcrrlda, Rev. D. W. K. White, I. M, Cox, Mrs. pov, J. D. Cox, Miss C ijpnd, Mts. Hugo Hobihowltz, Mro. C. Saiindors, Miss S'dllor, Miss Luh hiau, Miss Pletzman, Miss Salsbury, lrit. P. P. Rcrtschy, MIbs Ilcrtschy, H. L. Henfcou, Ijiura K. White, Miss Kllllnn. Miss' A era. WATERFRONT NOTES f WlURIXSST ItnPOnTS from out ward and luward-hcfutur steamers Te :elvci last evening In every Insranco eportflhe weat'her within a, radius t sen hundred miles of, llonolnly. the fortowlng'shlps have been heard trom: "', ' 8. S, Marama, at Jsea.July 20, l,p. m. Will ajrlve 8:30 ri, m., Fri day. S, S. wnhelmjna, at flea, July,Vo. 1:30 p. m. 138 miles out of Hono 'Mlu; light cast winds, sea WRooth. 8. S. 8lerra, at Se, drtfy, 20, 8 ), m. 140 miles, frpnoionolulu; sea mooth. ' 8. H. jManchurln, at Sea, j'uly 20, i p. M. 773 tnPcs out of Honolulu; 3t.o weather. 8, 8. MaKiiTn, at Sea, Jify .20, K y. m. 3&H 'miles. from HonAlulu; neaj tmooth, 1 , NOTHING AS YRT h'as beeh heard from tho Norwegan bark Lady Eliz abeth. Cn route frnm itrAn.Ai-tif.vnn 'fo 'Honolulu, and now 'o'iit"oiie hun- lred and thr(y-seven amttpw thn acjmhn pprt. Thls.vesspl i,sjcomlnc ptbi.agentjy o 11, ljackfeld,, Co.. ind bhould arrive here any day. ', PURSER .LObA'nf. the Intcr-Ia-land Ueamer W..O. Hall reports the fojjpwlng sugar awaiting shipment op Kjiualf M:A.'K.. J125 bags; MCI),, 7047; K. K. P.. 4900; K. S. .'. 300; K. P., 2389; M. 8. Co.. WO; K. 8. Co., 1500; U, 2!49 II. II,, G900, . , THE AMERICAN SCHOONER Es pada, which arrived hero on Juno 30 with a Bhlpmcnt of lumber from Oroya Harbor, .completed tho dls tharce of her cargo'amt -went to sea. yesterday. Lexers .&. Cooke acted as oca agents for tho vessel. THE FRnNCH,'RAicearn Vap. tlste Is certainly making a Ionic 'nas. sage from Jltti, to Honolulu., This vessel Is, now out one .hundt-e.i nnd sirtyidajs and Is bringing, general cargo consigned to .II. Hockfcld & Co. "W , .. . ..',!.., J Ajtw... w4 V. !