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evening nnu.nTTN, noNot.nt.n, t ii . tfesday ai'o i, 1010
l.enbl o. '.'Regular.
All visiting members ot tn
irder are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' Xr A,."
ENEFICIAL ASSMIATIQR. cUtinu cor
EAEMOHY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Ween every Monday evening at
T:S0 in I. 0. 0. V. Hall, Fort Street.
K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
II. E. McCOY, Noblo Grand.
All rUItlng brothers very cordlall)
OAHU IODQE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every fliet and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 in K. ot 1. Halt,
lorner Fort and Berctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
WM. JONES, C. 0.
0. F HEINE, K. It. a
BAWAUAN IBIBK, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Alteu every first and third Thurs
days ot each month at Knights ot
Pythias Hall. VUltlng brothora cor
Hallr Invited to attend.
A. L. EAK1N, Bachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of n.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. ot P. Hall, corier
Heretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at-
W. R. niLEY. W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODOE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, 11. P. 0.
fllks, meets In- their hall, on King
8treet, near rort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
nvlted to attend.
JAS. D DOUailEItTY, E. It.
(1EO. T. KLUEQEL, Sec
IVM MoKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Mim'k every 2nd and 4th Saturday
4-eul-u at 7.30 o'clock In K. ot P
Hn'.l , 0r. Fart and Deretnnln. Visit
lot brothers cordially invited to at-
II A. TAYLOR, C. C.
B A. JACODSON. K. R. 8.
It is much better to buy
Sec our large stock of JAP
ANESE and CHINESE MAT
TING nnd CHINESE MAT
TING RUGS both twisted
Colorings and Patterns that
will harmonize with youV
walls and furniture.
177 South. King Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Nicht Call 1014
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Hub boon called and Is DUE JUNE
IB and DELINQUENT on JULY IB.
HERE ON FIRST
(Continued from Pa;c 1)
amount of passenger Iuibii.crs ottered
thp three vpskpIs operated on th Cn-nndlan-AURtrnllnn
lino, thcro enn be
no grout overcrowding on the Zen
Iiindla Tlio MRfel Is lilted with two
nnd tluep-hprlh cabins lor tlio the
acromiiindnllim of llrit class pnssen
gpra The morn for use of the public
nrp nlcpl arranged on thp upper,
shi'ltcr unit promptiiido decks nmld
Bhlps Tlin staterooms arc provldpd
with p. pry modern convenience The
berths are room nnd the vessel Is
lpruliml designed for vo) aging
through tropical waters. Tlio s)stcni
or ontllntlon In vogue leaves but lit
tle to be doslrd
The serond-rlnss arpouunnilntlon la
aft on the upper and shelter decks
Thp dining saloon nutipps Hip width
of the vcsfpI, and will sent '10 per
sons TIip thlrd-chia iiii'oiiiuindalliin
Is fornnrd, on Hip main, upper, nnd
shelter derks TIipip nrp four enrgo
IidIiU TIip vessel In lltteil with two
kpIr of iiMilrup!p ppuiiHon engine
on thp IiiwiIpI din t-m ting prin
ciple, di signed for n incisure of 2lfi
pounds Miiim applied by seven multi
tubular 1 nllrrs, urraiiRpil In onp boiler-room
nnd worked under forced
TIip vphspI innlntnlnpil nn uvpruga
spied of tlilrtppn nnd one-half knots,
using onl live boilers out of seven,
nnil btirned only sWt)-thrcc Ions of
coal ppr ilny This was before retch
Ing Melbourne From Mplbotirnn to
Sjilnrj, she mnilp fourtppii and one'
tenth knots, using threp boilers Cm
tain Free r.ijh thu vessel Is biiiiiiI to
n Rppcd of Rlpcn and onp-lialf knots
loiulpd, and to seventeen knots, half
lomlcil The Mourner Is Intouiloil for
tlio Canadian-Australian tradp. In
RiibHtltutlon for Hip Manuka, which Is
to go Into the Intprstit" mid New
An Important Iniioxutlon on th- Hhlp
Ih the Marconi wlrclesi nppniutus
This was UHed freely nnd to great nil
xantagc throughout the njane from
England Comumiiltiitlon nan main
tained with Kugtniid for roiiip ilnjH,
nnd. Avhen 1100 mllps off Durban a
ineRRago wiir spnt to tho poRtmnstcr
gcneral of tho South African Federa
tion, nnd wn duly acknowledged
When 4C0 mllps southwcRt of I'upo Ot-
wuy n mpHnngn win recched fnini the.
ownerH, through II M H C'linllengpr,
giving some InstrurtlonH, which were
acted iiion, nnd tlm tlmo given to mi
hour or tho ZimIiiiuII i'h arrival nt
WllllaniRtown ('otnmuulcntlon wna
aNo held between tlm Malwa nnd the
White Slur liner Sucvic After leav
ing Natal anil Prion wick mean time
vvns given for threo dn)H, which wns
or considerable vnlue In ruling the
The sdcal non-grcatc, non
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $1 per hour. Lewis Stnblos.
Arctic Soda Water Is tho best In h
high bull Phone SS7
It goes without saying thnt every
thing Is Uest at Tho Encoro
Miss Elelc Knpu, who had been
spending n month's vacation nt Ilium
lei, Knunl, arrived last Sunilnv
Mnmicl l.opoji wns fined J."0 and
costs this morning nt thp police- couri
for Impersonating i pollco officer
For distilled water, Hire's Knot
Uecr nnd nil other popular drinks
Ring up phono 71. Consolidated Sodn
Pay cauli and ask for green RlnmpB
Thpy'ro free Call nt the show rooim
and seo what jou get frco foi
Samuel IIinurMin who died Init
week, was a rhnrtor member of the
local Y M (' A , mid had been mi
the In Its progrciij for fort) three
IVIonel Sun Parker was among
the outgoing pasrengers on the Mn
una Ken. He went to Kona on spe
cial huMiiPKR, whlih will keep 111 nl
there about threp wppks
Men and women who' weir PnngeO
should have It i leaned nt the French
Lniimlr), 777 King St Telephone 14DI
Abtdle's French pice"RS or cleaning
Icnvcs tho silk with Its orlglntl fresh
ness Prince t'uplil. Ihn Delegate, went
to Knlliia. Knnu, todav on the Htcini
cr Manna l.o.i He will spend n revv'
weeks therp, nUPr which he will go
to Knu nnd tlipn to llllo Prln esi
Knlaulauaolo was nt the whnrr
Hecogultloii or Franz .loveph's blrlli
daj will Im observeil here Tliursila)
b tho raiding or national (lugs at the
various coimnlales On Tliurmln the
monnrch will ce'ebrato his eightieth
hltthdnv nnd will hive been on Hie
throne 62 jen'H
II L llolsteln, e Speaker of the
llourn of llpprcRPntutlvei and Nt
tlonal Committeeman, returned lo his
home todav on the Manna Kea. Ho
stated thnt the Andrews matter will
be thorough) Investigated h the
oikecutlve ronunlttee. which mcoU
next Frldit) night
HAS NEW DEPOT
lillU'E, Kuii.iI, Aug 13 -The new
i all road depot nnd warehouse which
has been constructed for (Irovo Kami
I'Inntntlon linn Just been computed,
near the engine house built u couple
or monttiR ago to house tho now loco
motive, a short distance from tho
Orovo Farm entrance nnd It Is prov
ing u very satlsraclnry innovation for
the plantation, which has previously
made use of tho rolling stock of I.l
hun Plantation tor 'Its requirements In
hauling (.alio nnd materials
Tho new building Is or wood on a
cement Inundation, and Is GO leet long
by HO feet wldo, with n wide roof ox
tenBlou under which tho curs remain
w lillo unloading It opens onto tho
Count) roads, whero wagons may de
posit Irelghl mid receive It from tho
curs tiislde. and It will bo used as u
reiclvlng room for tho freight landed
nt tho ports of Almklnl nnd Nnvvili
will for the plantation, which will he
sent off to tho fields on temporary
trucks when necessury (lurden ls
lund WHARF LICENSE
In the olllco of Mnrstou Cnmpbcll
H'sterd.iy afternoon a ronforvnco was
held between tho Superintendent or
Public Works and representatives ot
tho hhlpplng firms who have previously
objected to tho wording of the llconso
ptopobcd to be granted llllo Ilnllro.id
(Jump inj for building n wharf nt llllo
Tho terms of Iho amended llccnso
wcro iliscuskcd and met with more
general nppioval than thu former
dial! However, iib Presliicut Kon-
nod) or tho Inter-Island Ktntod, It
would bo necussary to study tho II
tense nl lolsuio to unilerstund Its pro
visions rully and It was decided tint
as soon as tho final ill aft of tho 11
cense was. miulo it qop) would ho suit-
inlttcri lo oath ot tho firms Interested
If there are an) applications to
bo inndn for authoi llug new pie
clncts 01 changing tho boundary
lines of tho existing on oh, these up
pllintlons should be iiindo within tlm
next revv da)H," said (iovornor Wal
ter F Frc.ii this morning
"The law rcijulrcH but fort) davf
notlco before olcitlon da)," ho ion
tinned, "but as tho election icgls
trntlon boards moet the II: st of Bep
tomber, it Is ncccsear) that tho proc
lamation changing prmlnets or tro
ntlug now ones hu Usued before tho
f.ist meetings of these boards"
I'p to the present thoie has boon
but mm application In and thnt fioni
nek Atkinson, for the iicitlnn of n
piocliict nt Watoitowu
Our Now Phono Number Will Ho
l'lt Ttniisfer Co
(Continued from Pn"t U
Dcmocrotle uiiiven.iun silva Is nt
the head of a loial undertaking cs
Inhllrhinent and will undoubtcdl)
poll a l.ii ge Hawaiian and I'oituguce
"Dr. John ('owes, the dentist.'
hns developed lonsldprablo stiength
among the local follow pi b or In k
sr.nlaii faith. He Is a Kt. I.ouls Col
lego graduate Horn and lalscd In
the Islands nnd having spent the
gleater pait of his life In llono
lulu, he Is tho light ni.iu foi the
plate, nnd on i.in hifelv Hv )our
bets that he will land a winner under'
"In John Mnrkhiini Hie Democrats
also have prelt) stioug Ftipcrvlporl.il
timber. He will lie one of several
who will be presented at the (timing
"Lester Pctrle will make a credit-'
able member of the bond, nnil
rhnulil Innd reel foremust when the
votes aro counted Pelilc wouli1 ,
have the suppoit of n large percent-
ago or the Odd IVIIovvr" and Hlks'i
vote Ho Is ulllgned with other fra
ternal organizations besides nnd has
a Inrgc follow lug or pcmmal friends
nniong tho loveis ot good nnd ilean'
"Wo sec the need ot a giKid nil
round Inwjcr as a ineinbei or tho
tlty nnd lountv f.i'hoiH. ami huvc
prevailed upon C M Watson, tho at I
torney, to sb) bis (.islm Into the
ring, Watson will make a strong
candidate for supervltor
"The Demoirats will bavo to beat
one or two nienibeiH now on tho
board who have u prettv stioug sup
port from the Republican uunp
Qulnn and Logan me known to ho
out foi the purpo-e of sue ceding
thcniHoheH on the board (Jiilnn has
a. largo 'Attntiv fillowlng, as road
coiiimlttceiimn, and he will be a hard
man to bent. Hut we are not ion
ceding nil) thing lo the opposition,
and feel asm red that the Demni r.itlc
tliket will he olio that will appeal
to business men.
"So fur as tho ma.iol.tlli Is ion
corneil. Fern has a walk-ovei In tho
luce Take It fiom mo that the
present liiiiiuibent In tho Muvor'fl of
fice will (nine In over tho tape with
at least seven bundled votes ovei
and above that rciclved b) his
ctrongest opponent. Ills Honor hns
been doing a lot of unlet worl.
throughout the Island districts Fer'i
Is inlgbtv noiseless In his move
inentr He does not emplo) n baud
save In Hie giving or lunus. When
Fern starts out fiom tho Mclntyro
building on a trip to ono or the
outl)lng dlstrl ts, thero nie er) tew
people aioud the '(It) hull' who
icnllv know when he lort or whero
ho Is going
'In his travels about tho lt and
the lountv tho Major meets a great
man) pcnplo Ho goes fuitherathun
ii mere handshake. Let him meet
with a case or appiront destitution,
nnd the following dn thero will be
a tiuautltv or pol or other piovlslnns
following bis trull, nnd It generally
finds lu wu.v to the homo whero It
does the most good. Many a sma'l
and Ltruggllng church or bociet
hns icielved material lluanilal aid
through n visit from Majoi Fern
'If voii mo rcall) looking foi a
worker In tho nice of (iindldntcs foi
olllco with tho tlty and muni) gov-
csnniPUt for heaven's take don't pibs
up Fern Ho's nt It on nil oicaslous
WATi:itI.OOnKD and lIng on her
port side In tho mud or Oakland
Creek, the old burk Agate, which was
tent down tho wuyn at Novvburyport
In 1SGS, probably has made hei last
voyage Tho Agnte bus bcon laid up
slnco Apill, 1007, when sho ni rived
irom Astorlu For man) years the
old windjammer wiib In tho I'upo
Horn and on shorn trade, but moro
recently was a member of tho coust
wlso lumber licet In the winter of
190(1 the bark wns towed Into Asto
ria with ton foot of water, In hor hold
nnd minus her deckloud
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy F orevei
rB. T. iELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
llen.ovri Tn. rimiM,
freckle, Mulh Klgtitv
tU ni hkls lilt ra.
A Mi i Vf TJ brmn
i,lin tfc)iw niitv
ill ftlieitlon ii
iSw hMtoo4 Hit Ur
1 1 hi Tfara, tin.
I V) pjfp tn
I fTtftf DlKlft
(tit rf mtuUiU
1 VHtiV r J71 "m i,Ti
i Xhi . I, -i-Vnt j i ,,, r ' in
GPTS? JS itr or x h ut
f y' v vr tk. J l " iHtirat'
s I fil ' aj- M 1 ,u lfcliw
L -J is. U um IH
Vr X i rcummtm?
(Imn nml Vfv nt' k h$ Wtit MrmAtt I 4d lb.
AlQfrei4iKilun 1 riie If JI Jiuxi!! rt ranc?
U iMi uAleit initio trllixi SUi, Oati-tlt. kiivi Kurt-n
I3.T.H0PUNl fits 3liitiU:aeiSlttl HtwTt-
m Hi A Jr t,
(Jns II. Loo)
Two am.lavlls have In n filed In Die
Norgu d divorc cas imp b) .Mis
NoiRjiiril and another b Minnie Told,
n nut Re I'lip'oved nt the Norginrd
home icveial, months in 11107 and
Mrs Norgaaid In her nfllilntlt re
iterates the chatgiB of eiuelty nnd
plDsIcnl nlmsu filed lu her libel for
She ndds Hint nt no lime has Nor
ganrd ever furnished her money for
t'lolhiR for (llher heiself or son mid
that he hns had stoles ami shops re
fits" her ciedlt
Norg i.ird, she stales receives $1,400
fiom the Terrllor) ns eterlnarlun
Ho received a legic) or $5,000 from"
his fnlhir lu 1 '."IS ot which she le
eilvnl nothing, nnd he has been In
receipt of an Income or $10 n month
from slock ho hel I In Wnlnlu.i Plan
tation Compaii) nnd Hnwnllan Pino
npplo Compin) hilt vv hither he still
holds this slock or not she docs not
In tho ntlldnvlt or Miss Todd she
swears Hint nhu was emplo)fd ns
nurso for the son rroin November 1807
to Mnrch 1908 and Hint on February
1 she saw Norgnnrd slrlko his wife
In the fnco with his closed hand mak
ing u wound which bled profuse!)
Again on March 17 the, sivv him Milko
his wire wltli his eloi-ed fist In the
race, this tlmo drawing blool In quan
Judge Itnblnsoii hns Issued nil order
lo show cuiso vvh.v Noigaird should
not make an nllownnce lo his wife
di'iKisIl with the com I costs ami at
Im no) 'h feis Ibis ordei to be board
tomotrow at nln- (.'clock
I.IIIUi: Knuil Aug 1.1 The roui
mist d barkintlne "Makawnll." forty
ds)s fiom Newtaslle, Australia, vlu
Honolulu with lieu Ions of coal
nboiril mrlved Inst Saturd.i) nmrnlng
nt Ahuklnl. and hud n nnnow ec.ipe.
oii'Simd.1). from going iishore
Hnrl) In the iiioinlng the eaptuln
iittouipled lo bring her up lo tho
whmr to unload, ami In r doing sho
dragged her nnchois nnd llo.iled lu tu
wards the iieach and boon wits In slum!
watir wheie she struck the sand)
bottom three or .roui times
The W (1 Halt, nt N.iwlllvvlll. was
sent for as soon as tho vessel wns
round lo be dragging, nnd siulckl) nr
rived to lend n hand Sho mado fast
to tho Mukawell and soon pulloj her
out to de p wiiler uga .i
Deciding that tho Dig Tour master
w.ib too heuv) to bring up close
enough lo tho wharf to unload In the
usual manner, with tlm lulp of Iho
cranes nnd Inckle she was given Into
tho hands or Munngir Cobuni or the
Knual Itallroid Compaii) who had
hem e night b) 'telephone lit Kalllil
wal on his ) tu llnualei and had
luislened back ugiilu lo tho other side,
whence ho brought back Ughtua on
Mondn). nnd other necessaiy para
phernalia to bo used In unloading thu
Mr Cobuni Is now supei Intending
Inking otf tho coal, which will take
n wtok oi so longer boliim It Is all
ofT Ho expects lo K3 to Port. Allen
this Wick (lard en Isle.
mm ARE TAKEN
AT JOOD PRICES
This morning's session was n falrl)
active one in the stock exchange
Hawaiian Commercial Ohm and Oahu
all moved In small blocks, two hun
dred mid live shares of Iho rnrmor
stock hilng taken at II VIVi Six
blocks or Ola i were takin, 330 hhaios
being taken at l SO anil twent) shares
went at i(i2'j Twentv shureB of Hwn
woio sold nt 33 87V.
A block ot twent) -Iho t-huros of Mc
Iliydo wont nt 0 37'j
A little Japuncso gill, In tho I'ulamu
dlstikt, wiih uccldentull) shot this af
I'.uioon Shu with n companion was
pla)lng with n 2J-callber parlor ilflo,
when It wns nccldcntull) discharged
nnd Iho bullet struck ono of tho chll-
Inn In Iho fiuo Tho Injuicd child i
vv i u once given piopu cuio mull
ntti ntlou No mm ions results mo utitl
clpntcd ns Iho liullet cnuseil only a
Ever) business man Interested In
the dellvei) of goods should Invustl
gaie the (iiabowBkv Motor Wtiguu
Honolulu Power Wugon Co, W N.
Mlnton, Mgi ' South Ht noir King
Surve)or Wnll. who went to Konn
toda) on special business, will make
i nuivc) of certain l.ulnnniis In tho
two Konas hefoie retiiiulng to Ho
noliilii He went vvltV Col Pniltnr
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18V
Bulletin Business Oluce Phone 250
ADDITIONAL SHIPPING ON PAGE EIGHT.
4 1. .. ;
J ARRIVED .II DEPARTED
Tucsdjv, Aug. 16
San Franilsco vln Heatllo Hllo
iilau. M N H H , n m
THE MUCH MOOTED consideration'
fif n reiriitni- Itnn nt Bfenlnrn nr Rail,
Ing vessels lo ply between Siutlicrn
'nlir......!.. .....-.. n.l (l.n tint. nlln.. Int.
V .1111111 Mill HII III llllll II11T 1111.. Illlllll 1DI-
nnds hns been revived b) I.os Ange-
les business Interests
visit or Cnpt C T
Wilder to Snn
Pedro In tho jucht Haw ill brought
the (mention Into nromlnerc and his
fl'ilenicnls ns to the ixisslhllltlcs for
both pasirengcrs nnd freight traffic
lent much incoiirngemenl to Iho pro-
Cnptnln Wilder called attention to (inspir, Thos II linne. Mrs. K. Con
the fact that thero nro now coming nnt Mrs. J Cnmpslo, II S. Orny, 3.
to I.os Angeles nn nverngo of 150.000 jf. Haae
tourists each winter whllo largo num- icr stmr. .Mnunn Kea, for llllo nnd
hers com- fiom the Immediate Into- wny ports, Aug. 16. V. I.nnge, Mrs.
i lor lo Bpend tho summer Nearly r M Wnkcneld, Mis. C II Chand
nil thoile nro people of menus nnd cr, Mlrs Tucker, Mrs Tucker, MIsm
conic primarily on sight-seeing tours ' Anderson, Miss 1.. Cameron, Mrs An
ile held that ir n regular sprvlc-l derscn. It. W. Amlcrson. Alox. Andcr
wpro pstnbllshcd between tho InlnnclB f SOn. 7., K, Meyers. Mrs, Meyers, J C.
nnd Los Angeles the lino would pay
from tho start.
AT AN KAMA hour on Thursday
morning tho I'nclflc Mall lln-r Mon- M, Ehrharn, 3. O. Young. Miss J Mc
golln should arrive off tho pirL The Inloeh, SflsB li. I.. Hilton. Dr. Hitch
vessel Is coming from Snn Francisco cock, R. Wood, V. McCluskcy, Miss
nnd iHiund for Jnpnn nnd China ports.
The Mongolia is believed Is earning
a large number or excursionists under
the direction or n coast newBpnpnr.
The vessel will make but n twelvo
hour slop nt the port nccordlng to tho
present calculations or her agents,
II Hnckreld nnd Company.
IN OltDI'.R to remove, some or tho
attractiveness or pln)lng the pirt of
.1 stownwn) u recent amendment of
the law relating to tho dlsimsltlon of
lids gent r) piovldes Hint nil pcrsonH
over fifteen jours of ngo found guilty
of secreting lli-mselves on vessels
mnkltig vo)agcs lo sua shall bo filled
not more than $100, or. In tho discre
tion of Iho court, sentenced to Im
prlsonmcnt nut exceeding rour weeks.
WllimiEH the Tovo Klsen Knisha,
heller known ns the Oriental Steam
t-hlp Compaii), will (ontlniio Its pro
sent arrangements with tho Hnrrlmnn
s.vsteni or form a new alliance with
the (lould Interests will probably be
known definitely In a few da)s A
herlcs of lonfercliceH will bo held 111
which M KhlrulliBhlu, director of tho
To)o Klsen Knlshn. will take a lead
AN ATTEMPT will bo mndo to ills
patch Hit United Stales cruiser At
ban) nnd naval auxiliary stmmcr
Huffalo ror tho Km East on Thursday
evening Fulling in this, thp two
navy vcsbcIs will probably get nwny
on Fildny. Tho Albany proceeds to
Vknhnnij nnd oilier Jnpiineso isirts
while tho Huffalo will steam for Guam
and thenco to Mnnlla.
A CAHI.EaitAM to tho War Depart
ment announced that tho transport
Sherman nnd tho naval supply ship
Supply hud lolllded nt fliinm on Tues
dny, July 36 The Sherman was not
damaged, nnd tho lujurlos to tho Sup
ply were not hciIous A fow plates
on the Supply above tho watcrllno
S A EASTON of tho Treadvvoll
Mining Company conllrms tho roport
tliut tho Treadwell lntcrcatH! nro tnk
lug ntops to establish a steamship
lino between Senttto and Southeast
era Alaska It is reported thnt tho
coiupnii) will tnko over tho Btcninshlp
Humboldt, now operating to Skug
AITEH A VOYAGE of twenty-two
ilavs thu ancient but nono ut tho less
houoiahlo bark Albert bus arrived ut
Port Cinmble. This vessel recently
dlschnrgod n Bhlpment of lumber at
llllo. The Albort Is ono of Iho Tow
old timers that continues to make more
or loss tegular trips between tho
Sound nnd tho Hawaiian Islands
AIHIANGEMENT8 huvo ben effoct
cd bi'tvvi en Captain Wall, mastor of
the wrcckod barkentlua Halga mid
Consul Forster, ropresentlng Gloat
Britain ut this lrt, fur tho pajnrnt
or wugeB'to tho mombers ot tho crew
or tho vessel
FINE WEATHEIl Is lOorlcd b)
tho Cunadlnn-Australlnn liner Makur.i
now onrouto irom Vnncouvor to Ho
nolulu At eight o'clock last night
tho vessel was 1300 miles off tho xirt
Tho Mukurii Is duo to nrrlvo hore on
THE AMEIHCA.N-HAWAirAN com
pany's ficlghler Mexican, now at tho
port discharging a general mrgo, will
probably bo ready to sail for Island
potts on Thuiuduy evening The ves
sel will gathei up tho usual quantity
of sugar destined for Salluu Cruz
THE QUANTITY and latenoss of
tho Irn In Uohrlng Seu has broken all
previous records according to steim-
shlp captains Jusl lelunilng
.. ,,.,". ,
Hi . AHHIAL of tbo barUmtlii'
llawij I from Mnhiiknin Is repoited nt
San 1 runclbco.
Monday, Aug. 15.
Knual iorts Nocau, stuir, S v '"
Tuesday, Aun. 16
Kona nnd Knu ports Mnunn "Ua,
I .sltur,' noon
,ll! 'a wn' ports Mnutm Ken
stmt , 10 (I m
Per M N 8
ii Hllonlnh, from Han
Francisco via Seattle, Aug 16. Mrs
Wenthcrby, son nnd daughter, Dr Ii.
Horndon and M Howctt.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED I
For stmr Mnunn I.oa. for Kona and
ku ,K)rBl Aug 10. Jlong Chack,
Mrs It. Hcnsenwny. J. A Vlen'a. Jno.
Anderson, II, i, I.) man, Mrs. I.) mutt,
W. Duke, Mrs Duke, Miss I llordcii,
Mis W. I.. Hose, Miss Allco Canal-
, ho. Miss A. Boper, Jos Cyprlnno, K.
Illcc, Miss Allco Itlco, 11. I l.lllle.
A. K, Murphy. Miss B. II. Nichols,
Martin Oruno, Itnymund C. Drown.
l'er stmr. Klnnu, for Knunl ports,
Aug. 16 Miss Shaw, Mrs. Chamber
lain, Mrs. E. II. IlrldgQwater, Miss I'.
K M.inson, Miss1 J. T. Mclntyro, Miss
Kopko, Miss Kimball, Anna M. Held,
Per M N S 8. Wllholmlna for Hon
Francisco, Aus. 17. Dr. llnrry E. Al
derson, Mrs II. E. Alderson, A C.
Cohurn, D. T Full.1wny, Geo. Gard
ner, Jns, K. Jarrott, S. C. Kcnnody.
Mr nnd Mrs, A. limit and Infant,
II A Wilder. W. Foster Horner, 8.
Thompson, Miss C, C. Desmond, Mrs.
Alex Undsny and child, Mrs It. O.
Marshall, Miss I.ydla K. Aholo, Miss
it. Raphael, Mrs. A. K. Leo, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Do Cow, Mlsa Vldn ItosH,
Mrs. David Little, Mrs. Ilobort Scott,
Miss Ireno Young, Miss Imlso Ma
Carthy, Miss Josophlno Pratt, MIbK
Mary Sexton, Mrs. A. E. Splnnoy,
MlhE M do llrcttcvlllo. J. II. Cox, W.
II. t)augh, Miss I,. Desmond, Mrs.
Desmond. W A llnlley. Dr. J. N.
Vroom, Miss Jessie Kennedy, Mrs. J.
A Kennedy, Mm. E, E. Arnold, In
fant and maid. Master E. Arnold, Mlsu
I. Arnold, Miss Ilutschy, Mrs. lints
ehy, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W Carter and
child M. II lhmscn, I.. G. Rlchnrd
son, Ion I. Chirk, Miss II. Hobron,
Mr nnd Mrs. J, C llltchmali. It. 11.
H men. Dr. J 8. II. Pratt. Mrs. M.
Stone, Mrs. II. W. Hyman, E I). Ten
ney, Miss C, Hlchardsoh, Miss K.
Hutchinson. Miss 1), Richardson, Mrs.
1,. G. Richardson, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D.
Ualdwln, Mr. and Mrs Jos. Hutchin
son, Charles It. Frazlor
For San Francisco, por O. 8 3.
Slorra, Aug 31. W. J. Lynch. Mr.
nnd Mrs von 1 latum, Mr nnd Mrs.
J MU.ntchle, Mr and Mrs. G. Chal
mers, Miss A)crs, Miss Kelllnm, Mr.
and Mrs F. E. Hill, Miss N. 11. Win
ston, Mrs. W. F. Lucns, Mrs. 1" N.
Wurd, Miss H. Wnrd. Miss llr).ili.
Miss M F. Ellis, Miss O. Ilurr, h C.
Attco, P. C Jones, E. O. Falkncr.
Capt. Mnrlx, Miss C Schilmgor, Dr.
and Mrs. Ingalls, 11. S. Thruston, II.
II. Hand, G. W. Coleman, Dr. and
Mrs. White, Miss M. Shaw, Mrs. J.
S. Illshop, G. Kaawe, J, Kamakau.
A. J Fulrvvouthcr, Mr. nnd Mrs, I..
H. Cnry, D, Mnkcnu, C. P. Kalcukon,
K. Kaul, Miss N. Mutch, Mrs. C. A.
Ilellou, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. 8cott.
MlbB A. Novvlngton, II. F Hill, C F.
Sadtwltz, D. Yardhrough, C. H.
Malls nro nun at Honolulu from
points as follows:
San l'rnnclsco Mongolia, Aug 18
Colonels Per Zcnlnndla, Aug. 16
Yokohama Per Nippon Maru, Aug.
Vancouver Per 'Makiira, Aug 10
Malls will depart for the followlog
polntB as follows:
San Franclsio Per Wllliclmlna, Aug.
Vancouver ror Zcalandla, Aug 16,
Yokohama Per Mongolia, Aug. 1C.
Colonics Por Makura, Aug, 19.
IN FOREIGN PORT
Tuesday, Aug, 16.
COOS HAY Arrived Aug II Schr
Omega, henco July 20,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived 0 u m,
Aug 16. 8, B. Sierra, henco Aug 10.
SAN FRANCISCO Sullod 2 p m.
Aug 16: S S. Tcnjo Maru, for Ho
nolulu IHLO Arrived Aug 15 Ilktno Inn-
gard from Port Ludlow
KAANAPALI Sailed Aug 15 S S
RoEecrans, for Gavlotn
An urgtiment rar moro potont than
words Is tho constantly Increasing de-
ntnml from dlserlmlnnllng smokerB for
Mlu Owl fie Clear Tho enro cterels
ed In selecting tho tobacco and in tho
mnklng hns msde the Owl tho loader
n ltl) clnss
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