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" nCCIIV L,dlt:illl(ir Qilalltv. Is flml with fj.ilhiu.1 ami ao- "'": : invnam,-,! -4.4 -4 MONDAY: I.cnlil Xo. 2 Regular. TUESDAY! Oceanic First Degree. WEDNESDAY! THURSDAY: FRIDAY: Hawaiian Third Degree. SATURDAY: til visiting numbers ot the 1 dii are cordially Invited to ' ' meeting of locai lodges Meet on the 2nd and 4th Mondayi of each month at K. F. Hall 7:30 P. M. Ilmmr riifli.ii-rftfft uemoen 01 muninx cnointcny other Ajjo BENEFICIAL ASVWIDH. drtoni Ill iinliy invitee HABMONY LODGE. No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F. Meet every Monday evening at ;u in i. u. o. r. Hall, Fort Street. V. It. HENDRY, Socrotnry. II. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand. All visiting brothers very cordially Invited. OAHTJ LODGE, No. 1, K. 67 Meet every first and thlrd"rlij Jay evening at 7.30 In K. ot P, lal. ornor Port and Ucrotnnla.-Vlilllhy orothsra cordially Invited to auintl. WM. JONES, C. C. o. p. heine, k. n.-a HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M. Meoli every flrst and third Thurs day of each month at Knlghta of Pythias ilall. Visiting brothers cor dially lnlted to attend. f A. L. EAKIN, Sachem. E. V. TODD, C. ot K. HHN0LULU AERIE 140. F. 0. E. ,.... Weuis un cbe 2nd and 4th WED NESDAY .evenings ot each month at 7:30 o'clock ln-K. ot 1'. Hall, corner Ueretanla and Fort streets. Visiting Eagles are Invited to at tend W. It. RILEY. W. P. WM. O. McCOY, Sec. HONOLULU LODGE GIO.'JJ. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 010,13, I. O. Elks, meots lu their hall, o.a King 8treet, near Tort, every Friday even ing. 'Visiting Brothers are cordially , Invited to attend. JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. It. GEO. T. KLUEQEL. Sec. WM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8, K. OF P. Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday Evening at 7.30 o'clock In 1C. ot P sHall cor Tort and Ilerotnula. Visit ing brothers cordially lnltcd to at tend H. A. TAYLOR, C. C. E A. JACODSON. K. R. 8. Wherever paint is needed, uso PURE REPARED AJNT lewersS Cooke, Ltd. 177 So. Kmr street M. E. Silva, .UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Prompt and Polite Attention CHAPLAIN LAJIE. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC SISTERS one 170 Nieht Call 1014 ASSESSMENT NO; 12 Honolulu Branch of the Harrison Mutual Association been called and la DUE JUNE 5 and DELINQUENT on JULY IB. (Continued from Face 1) hn hold fnr onic lime beforo Ann cxnminntloii, In 'order that Btoilcs nnv lio conobornted thcii Iho nun nn8 Hint lie Is n Chinese merchant ot San Francisco, "nntl It Elicit proves to he the ease upon In qulrj nt San Frnnclsco, la will ho re lcnrvd Immediately ( The vvomiii clnlmi that her cor tlflcato was lost In thn nro and earth' quake at San rinncleco, and tlmo will bo ghcii to (.omnmnl ato with (Washington to Ret a dup'.lcato ccr tinrate One thoutnnd dollars bond wag re quired ir you are doubtful about you vote en Tuesday, look It day. Vote on. Tuesdiy. where up to IS NOW OBJECT (Continued from Pace 1) go In their endeavor to gnt(icr In a tun otcs fur their falling came. Despite tlio effort In mislead that cmni ilea from a sourco that ran only ho Interested In tho saddling ot Ha waii with u prohibition Ian, the gen eral understanding Is becoming clear er that to put n cross mark In the square upposlto the words "No" and "Aole," nhen tho ballot Js received by th0 voter Tuesday Is n vote against Hie Wcollcy-Thurston -"platform, of .prohibition and tho saddling of the country. nlti prohibition and Wool trnrnf." ; Every American citizen should go to the polls and vote, Tuesday. Vote No. GOMYN AND CURDELL MATCHED AT LAST I.-ury Twoomoy has virtually sign ed up 1'at Cornyn and Jack Cordell tor n flttecn-round boxing contest to he pulled oft nt Aloha Park on the night ot July 30 The nrtl:lcs aro to bo signed this nftcrnco:.. Tho men will contest for a purse composed of Blxt)" per cent of the gross ta(o receipts. They will box nfrntElmclglitp'. and tho stjlo of lighting- will ha decided at tho ring. SarconPnnd 'Maltcrson will box n prcllmlnnr eight rounds, and tho go should be a gout one. Mittcrsoi. ar rived from tho Coast l.itoly, and Is said to ho clever with the gloves. Larry Tvipomey Is well known to everyone, and under his management tho show should bo a great success. Make your Plans to Vots next Tues day.. Don't Evade 'tho Issue Vote No. PROHIBITION AND SUGAR STOCK MARKET A stock broker stated this morn ing that tho danger of a labor crisis In tho event of Prohibition gaining a largo vote on Tuesday Is lauslng many hitherto active operate to wait until the result, of tho plch sclto Is recorded. Throughout the business lomnni nlty tho opinion Is freely cxprcBxl that tho Promblt,lon,iists can not carry tho Tcrrl(oy, except by somo unexpected tl.nke. Should this come nbout, It Is certain thn't th.pre- woiild ho n general slump in sugar shocks all along the lino, (lusl IK-PS was vcrj qi(lot today. Ho nokpq sold down to (8, and. Ewa dropped oft an eghth. All the stocks, In fact, showed a general de cline, am In.? genernl condition Is ono of few buyers at lower offerings, LAND FOR PARK, W a. Irwin has deedq'Up Uonolvilii Park Commission two pieces of land, tho flrBt con,tauln,5 4.281, square fo?t and tllP eeconil seventeen one-nun dredths of ai acre, tp ho (ucd (or purk purposes. , It Is provldod In tho deed, howqver, Unit If this land Is not Improved and nindo u part of Kaplolanl Park with in four years It reverts to him or hla heirs. Thp flrst plecq of land la between Loahl Avcnuo and part ot Kapua deeded, "to the government, nnd the second tract contains parts of Kupio lanl lots nri, 5G and 57. Every American cj'tUcn should cq to the polls nnd vote, Tuesday. Vote 11 u. 11 Eildlo IVrnandcz' Iiiih returno'd from nn oxtfndC(( trip, In Afaiil, nnd tins nothing hut good tn say nboin thp Valloj (stand ' New Tailored Walsla at Whitney & Marsh It goos ntthout saying that every IMng Is Rest n Tbo Eneoro. Quality. Is (list with Lcllhcad and Woodward In making soda aatcr Make your Plans to Vote nsxt Tues day. Don't Evade the Issue Vote ho. Yesterday was tho eleventh anni versary of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Ji(dd. For dJstniQa: Jyetcr. Hlro's Root Deer nnd all other popular drinks. Ring up phone 71. Consolidated Soda Works. Jctry Rooncy Is now nt thg Auto Livery Co. With hls,PaqkariJ qir. No." 270.' "llo'tel 'and Union strcetsf phone G. Notice of appeal from the decree of Jurfgo Robinson In allowing alimony nnd costs against him has been filed by 1,00111; Pat. Thcro were tnolvo eases on the xllco court calendar this morning but most bf ticm were sent over to fiilurp dates. Every American citizen should eo to the polls and vote, Tuesday. Vote No. ! Don't throw away jour old Glllettpj ih&u, utuuva. mi- i-irai iiniru iiiitu a "King of All inror strop nt Uon son, Smith & Cn, ,td. Tho case agilnst Oicar And"nn nho nas alleged to have threatened his daughter, Almn, nan dismissed this morning by Judge Andrndo. The girl Is said to llaVe left Tor" the Coasrl nhere sho will remain In future Appointments of district magis trates today July 22: L K. Kakanl for liana, S Kahoohatahala tor LanHl. form to begin July 2?i Guy S. Good ness for Mnkanao, term to begin July 25. , Chu Kong, a Chlnesu who nas found guilty of seljlng opium, wns fined $100 uy juugo Anurao jnii morning. At torney Douthltt 'put up a utronuoui defenso for his cllenf, qnd tried to prove that tho defondaiH was a doc- toi and entitled to sell opium nllM to sick people. J. P. W. Lueddeckn. aged sixty six. has nindo application for cltlzensliltij papefKi lie wan uurn in nrunswicK, Uer'manr, and first "camo to Iho tJnlt ed 'Sjatcs In the ship Adonfs from iiremornaven. Mince juiv fib ias"'lived' In llono'ulu. Tempting special bargains Saturday morning nt Sachs Dry Goods Co. Theso wohdcrfubbargalns to promote early buying" on '8snj-days on account bf snj-p closing al ono o'clock. Get in op ipe specials nnu siv niunty. If yeu .are doubtful about where you vote on.Tuwlay. look It up to diy. Vote or. Tmday. ' A prohbtlon speaker at tho "soap box" 'stand on Bethel street used som,p hail language which drew u remark (rom a bystanj'qr hn- In ltcf was nn qftense;. A".t(ilri .man hittcd In nn'd'an Invitation to flcht was cxtcnil- cd to, 'a nospaperman. 8ll, one oth er wbuhjbp glaila(or 'had a Jiay, and i(r a vpio it wii-ii 118,11 a inn oi bouf wpuldi.be pjjlic-i off. Gnii miin' nasSi'sjrftntfV. qnd the rest of (ho bi'inch'"y9ro' tbtyn jJople. l Automobile Salesrooms Vi"ii? .i.-ur.i ;', vr (Tiit.iti They have just been' opened in, the rear of the jMELJOUNG BUILDING IHhtyance from the alleyway near King Street Or A beautiful line of Autornqbijes on display row I t1M. ll.. Von Hamm'youhg Co. LIMITED King and Bishop Streets FIVE CHINESE ARE ARRESTED Five Chinese were nrrested nt Ka huku" by "chief 'McDtifllo 'scslcrdayl iku ny chief JicDiimo KiM' MwUw... hiiu uiejr ro iinnf nciii i the police station pending n secondl Inquest Into tho death of Chun Ton,1 Avho, ll Is alleged, was murdered nt tho Sco wni Rice plantation company. In the Knhukii district Ab reported In estcrdn)'s U u 1 1 o-, tin, tho chief of detectives nnd scv oral other officers nent donn to Ka huku and' Invcstlgilcd tho death, and attemped burning of the Chinese. 'thorn had already been np Inquest held and a verdict of death by burn ing returned, hut tho doctor nho made tho examination, had dono so in a dim light nnd hnd not noticed a wound In the stomach Another in' quest nlll ho held In n day or so, and It may turn out th-U sufficient. of desertion from foreign ships nt Trt evidence nlll bo brought forward to coma, but for tho most part of tho convict tfie gjilR) "fiinn or' men I men noro easily apprehended. Dur- Tlio man hnd been atnuucii in tho stomach, and then dragged for some distance to a pines vvhero n flro had been started with coal oil Tho front of tho body was Illicit and ntongsldo ot It lay q gun llch. had not been discharged. The theory of Biilclde has been ndvanrcd by somo people, and Ihcy maintain that tho Chinese stab bed' himself and then crnnled out, taking nith him tho gun, which ho ii pot use. Thp wliolo matter will ho Investi gated and Iho flvo prisoners, who at present refuse to speak, mni tell tho real story ot tho terrible death ot Chun Ton later on f -Every American citizen should co to the polls 'and vote, Tuesday. Voto No. S1ERRAIS SPEEDY , - v: f . Tho lfollowlng wireless, n"'snfP has bcenji-ccclved b tho'acnts front th" S 8Ie,rra: , 8. S. Slcrra.-fllSca, July 21, 1910. 8 p. tn. 6Jft Hulovut; frpsh N'E. winds, modetip f sea, Ine clear weather: br(r?yu,j8ynlr"70; nil well. During jst 24 houra Sierra inado ifi mllcsf ; ' V PASSENGERS BOOKED . ' Pr stmr. Muuna joh for Koan and Ka'ii portB, July !B. Mrs. M. F. fe ters, Henry Davis, MrH-J. F. Melati- l..1.- W IH..Fnr-rln.B.l?il. nn? 5JH ''. Hcnson. Laura E. Wto. Mss children. O V Maydwoll. Mra. MaKllllan, Mis Ayera. men, r i-ernnniicz, amsh 11. rcrnan dot, A. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez. teome and See Our NeW : ' VVATEBFRONT OTlst THE UNITED STATES 'fcrnlsos' Bouth Dikota, wtjld)' wont from 'San Francisco In place of Hie Washing ton to Rucnos Ayrcs, Is now fiomo ward hound and Is exweted to arrive nt that poit dally. , the South Dakota to tho AtlintlP THE AMERICAN Hawaiian freight- H,,'- "' not rc1,,rn nnJ i notfaV.w Arxonari with a lrft amount ot , N to fl t , d , , general cargo trom Now York by tho tiiu t uuiiL-snee, wnicn accompanied of ,0 Anp,lc U ' The Washington, which Is still on the const, wll Join tho Atlantic, fleet later on. On Iho way around thai Washington wll visit Chile ns tho representative ot tho United States nt (her contcnnlnl exposition to bo held In SopfombT. TO ESCAPE the stringent rcgula tlpns prescribed hj ho llurcnu ot Im migration, aliens desiring to enter the United Stales aro resorting to tho "desertion method." In manycascs they havo Vuccccdcd In evading Immi gration officers. In the past six months Chlof Immigration Inspector rulton has reported numerous cases ing mo past ween seven uescners from tho German bark Sark havo been apprehended by the Immigration offi cers. "All njll probabl bo deiiorted. THE ANCIENT and honorable Amcrlcau ship (I lory of tho Seas has h'nuled down thu stars and stripes nnd henceforth will "sail under tho flng rit Uruguay, ' Th.o old 'ship, hunt In the dns whqn vessels woro put together fpr kepp and, given names that ctrrie'd with tKcm something of the romanco of the big waters, has been sold to a Captain Mncdopsld In Victoria ond Is to be used In Iho (urdwood lum hor trndo. "Thp Glory of tho Beos was built at East IJosJoh li) 1869. " I PA88ENQER8 BOOKED 7 .1- ' . . iJ " ' V- - A Per jjtmf. rtlnhu for "Kauai ports, Jqly 2G. J. H. Roe, . IJ, prodlo . noe, H. Ij, nrodlo, us 0raham, Miss A. K Aim. VOS3, MISI Mnhlkoa Per sdnr. Mnuna ca, for Hllo nnnj way ports, July 20. J." D. Rccd? Mrs Reod, Hoy. Atilt, J, E. Turhqr, A. F. Judd, W. O. Smith. Miss Allco Hen dry. Miss Winter, "Miss lcnucr, Mliis W. Fostec !. II. parb'y, Mrs. Carey, M,rn. A. G. Ferguson, Miss E. ?. Ar thur, Emma llnll, Edyth? Hall J. A. Pcrrlda. Roy. p. W. K.'Whlte. I. M. Cox, Mrs. Cox, 4. II. Cox, Miss E. Todd, Mrs Hugo Rohlnowtz, Mrs. O. L. Saunders. Miss Salfdr. Miss Luh- man. Miss I'lejzman, Miss Salisbury, Mtb. F. P. UprtSchy, Miss Rertschy, BULLETIN D3 PAY- Friday, July 22. Sallna Crux via San Francisco and Seattle Arlzonan, A.-Il. S. 8, A. m. Kealla Nocau, stmr, a. m, " ' Kona nnd Kau ports Manila Loi, a; m. (7 WATERFRONT NOTES way of Iho Isthmus of Tohuanlcpec and Ban Francisco" has Brrfv'el"al Hoi nolulu Tho vessel also brought somo of tho frclgjit transferred ftom (ho stcamof Amskan- which met with a dlsistrous experience by flro. For days tho flro burned furiously tn tho hold qt'thp Alaskan. It Is understood ijmi a popipn oi mo mcrcnnnni.se in tended for Honolulu Importers was SSmowbat damaged. ' The Arltpnnn proceeded to the rail way wharf' soon after arrival this morning. Tho vesrcl will gather up consignments of sugar at Island ports beforo returning to Sallna Cruz. A FIERCE FIGHT between Euro pcan nnd Chlncso member ot .tho crew of tho Drifts!) stoajnor Frnrttliy orcurrcu wnue me liner iciieropnon, which arrived nt Boattto, was at Ma nlla. Tho Chlncso chasod tho Euro peans Into tho torccastlo with hatch' cts and knlyes and nere hattcflng down,' tjio door when tho captain ''ar rtv'pd wfth 'a revolver and threaten ed ,t? snoot. Beyoral ot thp Euro peans wcrp sevlrc'ly wounded before tho mutiny was put down. HEAVY RAINS hao prevailed nlong tho Hamqkua coast during the past week or ten days, accprdlng to a report brought to Honolulu, this morniug by Purser Hheidon or tne lHral' Mnuna Lon' Tho, vessel met with light showers and rains nt Kona ports. A modornle northeast wlnl nnd choppy boo, were encountered hy the steamer In crobslns the channel ' ra TlfE UNITED Wireless- Telegraph Company closed a contract with the Southern Pacific Steamship Company for the equipment with wireless oi tho stnamors Proteus nnd Excelsior plying between Now 'York nnd New Orleans. Thp new steamers oft thai Uno, thp Mpnus, Antilles and Crcplp have hn'd tljq United Wireless aboard since their trial trips. PURSER SHELDON of tho stcamet Mauna I.oa arriving from Kona and kau"' porta this moramg reports Ihe following sugar awaiting shipment: Punaluii 6188; Kukalatj (D) 118?: Ki; kalau (II) 6027; Paaullo 1J.400; Pa auhap DfOO; Honokat) 1500. m THE SAILING 'of tho Inter-Island stoamer Llkcllke for Houokaa and kukulhaele Is announced for t o'clock this eyenlng. Tho vessel will carry freight only. She will return with a shipment of sugar and some cattle. ' Ba FROM EUREKA comes tho report of tho departure ot the American schooner J. M. Weatberwax. Thlt vessel sailed ftom the California lum ber port op Wednesday nud la bound for the Hawaiian Islands, presumably Hllo. THE SAILING of thp American schooner. Fred J. Vood I8 reported from (JrujH Harbor. This vessel It' coming down q the Islands with s shipment' of lumber fur local (m porters. A LETTER from Glasgow state i that Captain Robert Blanco. formerly master of thp ship Falls ot Dco.'baL become chief officer ot tho Uritlsh isteaniBhlp Ill)thsnood at filaBgow, ' THE AMERICAN barkentlne S. O Wilder Is reported as 'discharging cargo at tho port of Mahukonalit'tho tlmo of departure of thd steamer Ma una Loa. FIVE THOUSAND sacks oflaCk feld ng4r ure due to arrive nt the port vytltlpa'foV'da'yi by "estpam er MjUUl, now taking on cargo nt K11 kalau, ' llplpll United States District Attorney Ilrcckons and Marshal Hendry leave tonight for Maul on tpo Claudoc py are gping p.vpr.tfl vne oUflris land on an Investigation and ' mov bring ba,pk'a iirUQ,er"wltb, tbfm. Tin : Thorp wl bfl q moonlight dance at llnlelwa tomorrow night. A large c prowi w(H go down from h,ero In the uternoon. ' a " ' tm ' LOCAL MQTICE-TQ MARNER3. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Oahu Isl, a,nd, "d'ly side Honolulu Harbor Eh Ir'anco Ent'ra'ncu Oas Ruoy, 'No-'l reported extinguished, will be relight' od as soon as practicable, V ' ' If you are doubtful about where you vot-on Tuesday, took It up to day. Vats oa Tgefdy. DEPARTED Thursday. July 21. ' Ban Francls'co ft, P. ftlthpt, Am. hk, 4 p. m. v Knual ports W. O. Hall, stmr, 6 Pum. H" i- PA88EN3ERS ARRIVED Per stmr, Mauna Ixa, from Konn and Kau ports, July 22. W. Vaudcn- ucrg. miss uorton, m. cnong, l. Chong,' T. FnJIoka, Iter. Klkuchl, T. Tanaka, C, Dblte, C. E. Mpssman, rter'.'Tlmoteo, Col. Schuyler," T." 8. Schacfcr, Mrs. D. K. Bcnto, F, Les lie, Max Groenbaugli, S. Pedro, II. T. Mills, G, Smith, M)as Ilussoy, Miss it.- Todd. J. iU Wale, Judge "tV. L. 8tanlcy, D. Stanley, E. Fernandez, Mrs. Fernandez, J. P, Martinez, Mrs. II. Murray. J. McVeigh, D. Currle, Mrs. Currle, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Klue- gel, Mrs. OpIII. ' 1. I r PA88ENQER8 DEPARTED I Per Ani. Dark R, P. ITIth"ct"for"8an Francisco, July 21. L. Do Cow, Mrs, J. "U Vlnncdgo, "Mrs; FT E.' Ilaftncy, T. Dozlcr, Y. Doxlcr, M. Rochm. Mrs. Doo.hmn', A. ?( Rltstol, Mrs. Rrlstol. Por stmr'. W. O. Hal), for Kauai ports July 2lf Mrs. A. Schlobcr,"" Mrs J, Spitth, II. AMoeler.vMrs. J. Kcl lejt, Mrs. H, Olatk,.H.'Relcnart. Mlna II. Ho. O. MnyrieVW. F. Purvis, Mrs. Purvis. tV.)ft-Rlco Jr., R. L. Ifalscy. Jaarj Frlelo Jt. 1 : ' '' 4 PA88ENQEH8 BOOKED I 4. ' I'cr stmr, uianaine lor Maui anu Hawaii ports, July 22. Miss A. E. Judd, Mi's C, A. Schwelzer, Mrs. W. S. Chllllngwnrth, Mrs. S. F. Chilling worth. P. D, Liitkln, M. Had! en Miss Kingsbury, Miss Leo, )(.' M. Roberts. A. Hnneh'crg. Mrs. Goo". Wilbur, 'rs. Irani. M. Grasl, M; M.art'lncttl, J. E. Gannon, Mrs. Gannon, Father Rodrl gups. Father Justin, J. Knuohclc, Father Gerard. IN FOREIQN PORT I Friday, July 22. DELAWARE DREAKWATER Arriv ed July 21: Ship John Enn, henco Apr. 28. DRL'AWARB. RREAKWATKR Arrlv ed July 22: Ship John Kpa, Captain det off Capo.Jlorn. YOKOHAMA-rSallcd 'juiy 21: 8. S. Tcnjo Mnfu, for Honolulu. SAN DlEdq A'rrlv,od J,uly 21; 8. 8. Mexican,' font Sallna ,Critz. WATERFRONT NOTES f. V "THERE 18 A WIDE assortment of Island products Inc'luded In tho frplght list of thq Intct-Juland steam pn Mauna Loa Uiat arrived ojt rtho port' this morning. Tho steamer brought a large number ot passengers who embarked at Kona -and Kau porta. Included' In tho shipment wns 3210 sacks sugar, 72 sacks awa, 71 sacks coffco,'60 bunches bananas nnd quantities ot pears,- fjsh, ggs, pre serves, hogs, chickens, hides, also several head horses, cows and calves, J3undrl?BMp the amount oj 371 pack ages arrived, rnp Atapnat ixia uas been placed on the berth to sail for Kona, Kau and other windward ports along Hawaii at noon pn next Tues day. IB WJRELESS REPORTS from out-ward-bou.ld steamer received at Ho nolulu last evening Include the fol lowing: 8. 3. Manchurja, at Sea, 8 p. pi , luly Sif 1210' miles from Honoluju; lght breeze, sea smooth. 8. 8. Sierra, at Sea. 8 p. m, , July 21 530 miles from Honolulu; fresh orceze, moderate sea. 8, S. Wllhelmlrta, at Sea, 8 p. in , luly 21481 'miles from Honolulu; iea moderate, weather squally. ft, THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN 8. 3. Marama, from Vancouver, w.lll not irrlvo at Honolulu In time (or se curing pratique ty th? FV(tern.l quar antine officials . A lat w'r"lcf re :elvcd at thp port lasj eyenlng an nounces that thp vessel will. arrive off 'tho harbor -about '0 o'clock' i night. In this "event thp Maraom early tomorrow morning and proba bly be dfapched for Sydney, Y,a Suva, on Saturday) a(tornoop. AN E10 1 IT-DAY trip is credited .0 the Ma'taon NRvlgj(on steamer tjllonln, vyhlch left 'here on July 12 for San Francisco, taking n ship nent of sugar and other products I'nfni varlous'VslaTTd port. Tho III loun has arrived, a( Bijh Francco md'wlll contluue the vougotb Se attle befpre returning to Hoonlulu. THE INTER-1SLAND steamer No oau haa'arclved frotn.Kaual portB with a shlprrt,cnt ot 380 sacks rice and 50 packages sundries. Ftno ncathor Is reposed on th,p nward trip o( the vessel. The uteamer has been placed on "tho bfrth to sail for Garden Island porta at flvo o'clock this evening tak ing freight aud passengers, ' KAUAI 8UQAR analtlns ehlpmQdt o reported hyPurse Sims ot the steamer tjocau Include tho following consignments: .Mak", r,5 22JI: ,0. & It. r.800; McR. 7C4&J K. K. R. f.500; K 9. M, 3100; It 8,'iqOO; M, 8 7600, H M. 77,1,5, P. L. 3!?5. ' A SilS-