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Price 5 Oenih. H
Large Votes Polled at
TIE OF CANDIDATES,
IN TWO PRECINCTS
Very Close Voting in Second Precinct
of Fourth District-Some -Tickets
Elsewhere Made Land
slides. 'herever thcro -were contests In tho
Republican primary elections ou this
Island Saturday afternoon tiiu rally of
outers was gratlfylngly large. Follow
ing are tho returns so far as obtain
able: 4 FOURTH DISTRICT.
President Henry S. Townsend, 105;
H. K. Davis, 1.
Secretary II. S. Boyd, 108.
Treasurer T. R. Mossman, 108.
Judges of Election Henry Davis,
109; D. P. Olcuu, 109; Edmund C. Shor
Delegates to District Committee, 3 to
elect J. William K. Kclkl, 100; J. D,
McVeigh, 107; J. H. Boyd, 10B; W. C,
President J. II. Fisher, 217; J. A.
Oilman, 200; totnl, 429.
Secretary Dau Logan, 214; Dan Case,
Treasurer J. D. Athcrton, 21E; W.
A. Bowen, 207.
Judges of Klectlon, 3 to elect E, O.
White. 217; K. C. Athcrton, 210; J. A.
Thompson, 214; W. O. Atwnter, 211;
McLellan, 201; E. R. Hendry, 202.
Delegates to District Committee )
to elect J. W. Jones, 418; Charles Wil
cox, 223; John M. Kea, 223; C. B. Wil
son, 222; George McLeod, 221; Andrew
Brown, 213; L. Andrews, 213; J. II.
Atherton, 212; W. H. Hoogs, 208; Wil
liam Haywood, 207; Kumulae, 210.
There Is a tie for sixth delegate be
tween Andrew Brown and Lorrln An
drews. Third Precinct.
President Mark Robinson, 13.
Secretary C. J. De Roo, 12.
Judges of Election F. P. Mclntyre,
13; Henry Wntcrhouse, 13; H. M. Mott
Smith, 13; Jonathan Shaw, 12.
Delegates to District Committee 3 to
elect Mark Robinson. 13; Henry W.v
terhouse, 13; II. M. Mott-Smlth, 13.
President William C. King, 100.
VIco President W. Horace WrUht,
OS. Total vote east, 122.
Secretary H. C. Morton, 100.
Treasurer W. Harrison Wright. 100.
Judges of Election H. H. William,
100; D. L. Naone, 98; James Nott Jr.,
Executive Committee A. O. M. Rob
ertson, 91; B. S. Gregory, 96; A. V
Gear, 98; D. Nahoolewa, 100; C. I..
Delegates to District Committee, 3 i
elect C. I,. Crabbe, 82; A. V. Gear, 08,
David Nahoolewa, C2; James Nott Jr.,
32; B. S. Gregoiy, 28; C. F. True, Ji,
E. H, May, 20; D. L. Naone, 20; A.
Nelson, 8; Geo, Rosa, 4.
Officers elected at meeting of club
held night befqre.
Delegates to District Commltteo ,3 to
elect J. Kelhokll, 149,' Samuel John
son, 148; W. II. Coney, 14b; D. K. Na
one, 39; A. TrnBk, 3!); O. Charles Lewis,
3t; A. Moore.a;' total, 188. i
Sixth Pieclnct. t
President Frank L. Hoogs, 31.
Secrotnry Dr. G. Waldo Burgess, 31;
L. H. Wolf, 30.
Judges of Electlon-rCapt. I. Bray, 31;
Frank L. Hoogs, 31; II. Sturtcvant, 31.
Delegates to District Committee, 3 to
elect Dr. G. Waldo Burgess, 30; Frank
L. Hoogs, 29; L. H, Wolf, 20; P. U.
Krouse, 1; Dr. C. B. Cooper, 7.
Seventh Precinct. Walmannlocouit
house. No election held owing to a
Three delegates to elect In each pre
cinct. First Proclnct, Kaneohe.
President F. Pahla, 30.
Secretary B. Pahla, 30.
Judges of Election E. P. Alkuo, 30;
D. M. Knpalau, 30; J, N, Kaallua, 30.
Delegates to District Committee F.
Pahla, 37; M. J, McKeague, 27; U. II.
Jones, 17; James Davis, 10; II, C.
Third Precinct Walalua.
- ' Officers' reelected, as 'reported two or
three ilaysngo. .'
Delegates to District Commltfe C.
'P. Inukea, 92; W. W. Goodalo, 00; An
drew Cox, 17 (A, S. Mahaulu, 40; K )'
Naukniu, 24; A. Kalll, 12; total, 111.
I'ourth Precinct, Walanae.
No officers electWi
Deii4Atcs to District Committee J.
Kekahuil.130; M. JWlonn, 30; Oliver
Stlllninn, 2atClal, 30.
Fifth Precinct, Ewa.Plantatlon.
Delegates to District Convention D.
Douglas, Tliomns O'Dowda and Geo.''
Rentonwere unanimously elected.
Sixth Precinct, Pearl Cfty.
No officers elected.
Delegates to District Committee L.
L. McCandlcss, 30; V. J. Archer, .U
S. Hookano, 30. ,
8ecnth Precinct "
Delegates to District Committee .1.
D. Holt Jr., 91; T. McCnnto StJJvnrt, fS;
Dr. Ocorgo Huddy. 8fi; it (!. Winston,
SG; Wm. Henry, 85; Naluai, S3.
President W. C. Achl, 74.
Vice President C. F. Peterson, 74.
Secretary P. Sllva, 74.
Treasurer N. Fernandez, 74.
Judges of Election C. fJ. Bwlght, 74;
James Harbottle, 74; R. M. Duncan,
Delegates to District Committee W.
C. Achl, 74; C. B. Dwlght, 74; C. F.
President J. T. Do Bolt, B4; F. T. P.
Waterhouse, 1; G. R. Carter, 1; total,
Secretary S. K. Kane, 61; W. J,
Coelho, 1; A. B. Wood, 1; totnl, 53.
Judges of Election None elected.
Treasurer J. D. Mclncrny, 50; O. 11.
Carter, 1; A. B. Wood, 1; total, 52.
Delcgato sto District Committee
Fred Waterhouse, 103; George It. Car
ter, 96; W. J. Coelho, 90; J. T. De IloP,
42; J. A. Hughes, 54; S. K. Knne,, P.
C. Jones, 1.
Enrollment Committee S. K. Kant,
1; J. A. Hughes, 1; J.' It. Gait, 44; W.
Coelho, 47; M. Costa, 42.
President J. L. Kaulukou, 32.
VIco President E. J. Wilson, 32.
Secretary W. II. Crawford, 32.
Treasurer W. II, Crawford, 32.
Judges of Election A. Bolster, 32;
Charles Broad, 32; J. L. Xnvlcr, 32.
Delegates to District Convention.!.
L. Knuluknu, 20; Enoch Johnson, 30;
W. H. Crawford, 39; E. J. Wilson, 11.
More Trouble in
avAti in Prprtnri '
JvYvlllll 1 1 CCIllwl i
In the seventh precinct of tho fifth I
district, there were 172 oters nolle.!. I
Thcro were 173 otes In the ballot box,
now ever, Kaimi-waena mus repealing,,
though on a slighter scale, the bad i
break It made In tho primary for U""
Thero wero two tickets for delegates.
One was of J. L. Holt, T. McCants
Stewart and Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, thoha(, como nl)0llt ,, waa oK Kaunoka
othcr of E. C. Winston. Wm. Henry kM ,n tmo to tnko dvantngo "of tha
nnd Nnlual. The voto stood 91 .89 mid fav0rabio nn,i brcczo for tho tacit
86 for tho Holt, and 86, 85 and 85 foracro88 tno maln channeI to tho no.th
tho Winston ticket. Thus, Winston , B,llo of Ianal From lMnai tne Dowty
tied Huddy and Henry and Naluai
came within one each of doing like
wise. It Is therefore easily possible
that tho single ballot in excess mlgnt
have changed the result as to ono dele
gate. The contest was a warm one. Yet, ro
far as can bo learned today, thcro Is nn
disposition to have the angiy wranglo
of the previous election repeated over
the ballot box faux pas. It Is said
that the Judges aro disposed to refer
the matter to tho Territorial Central
Supporters of tho Winston ticket at
tribute their defeat to tho agency of W.
C. Achl, who came In from tho 'adjoin
ing precinct and used his consldcrablo
Influence with the natives to carry T.
McCants Stewart. This In return lor
Mr. Stewart's advocacy of Mr. Achl for
t'jL , Tho Kerr Float.
After two of the Judges of parade had
agreed on giving L. B. Kerr & Co.'s
Uoat second prize yesterday, tho third
on being asked If he agreed to the
award objected to It on tho ground that
It had been decorated by Japanese. As
he bad only street talk for this, the
award was mado unanimous. Tho
Judges agreed that If the mottoes of
the Union had been violated In this
regard, the Information should have
come to them In a regular protext
against the float It transpired later
that the Information was not correct.
O. II. Harlan was tho designer nnd
decorator of the Kerr float, and did not
allow a Japanese to drive a single tack.
.E. B. Breckenrldgo and E. F. Blals
dell have severed their connection with
tho Mounted Patrol,
Antone Fernandez has resigned r
deputy sheriff of Ewn. Ho leaves for
Hamakuapoko on private business in
tho Klnau this, afternoon; i ,
-i.hu: ,; ' . 1 1
Great sale of boots ami shoes at fi
cents on the dollar at L. B. Kerr &
Co.'s shoe house, corner of Fort an.'
IN I Ml
Hobron Takes the Lead
Throughout the Race
TO EVENING BULLETIN CUP
Light Winds and Trip to South of
Lanai Spoiled La Paloma's Chances
-Incidents of Jolly Trip
Tho ocean yacht race to Lahaina
and return for the "Eenlns Bulletin
cup" between Commodore Hobron's
Dewey and Commodoro Macfarlane s
La Paloma was won hands down by the
Dewey. On the run up the Dewey pasj
cd tho Lahaina buoy exactly 5 hours
and 55 minutes ahead of tho La Vil
loma. Returning the Dewey passed tl.o
spar buoy 31 minutes beforo tho I.a
Paloma made tho mark.
When the contestants came together
In the cabin of the I-a Paloma Monday,
after the race was finished, It was un-i-
nlmously decided that tho La Paloma
being moro or less Spanltdi It would
have been Impossible under any cir
cumstances for her to get nhead of the
Dewey. It was Dewey weather rUht
straight through. Mncfnrlano nntlcl
pated the Dewey would lead on t'"3
run up, but hoped the La Paloma wou'd
make It up on the run down, but tho
light winds and calms did tho business
for tho Dewey. Even tho breezo Jf
rain drops seemed to send Hobron's
boat skipping along.
Tho yachts pnsjed tho lighthouse In
tho harbor nt exactly 4:13V4 Saturd.iy
afternoon. Tho breezo was light iml
within half an hour tho Dewey was
well In tho lend. Tho La Paloma held
up to the wind belter than had boon
anticipated nnd hopes were raised that
sho would hold a better course towards
Lnnal thn" on her formcr race- Tno
Dewey passed Diamond Head at 4-57
p. m. and the La Paloma at f:10V4. At
dark tho Dewey was hull down In tin
lend and fully a mile to the leownid
of tho La Paloma's course.
jbron kept the Dewey on n steady
courso for Una, throughout the night
bearing well to tho south to keep out rf
tho cams 'which he struck on his prc-
v,oug trlp , tll0 Gladys. An racy
' ,,,. fVnred Mm unit l,v dnvllcht lie
made an easy 'run across to Uihnlna
turning tho buoy at 12:35 Sunday noon.
Just whnt happened on board the Lu
Paloma Is n matter of discussion. At
sundown sho was holding woll up on
her course for tho northern end nf
Lanai. When tho moon rose Skipper
Georgo was at "tho wheel, Commodoro
Macfarlane, Dick Ivcrs and Harry Wil
der had tinned In, Furrlngtnn held atl
Imnnrtnnt noaltlnn nvor thn Ipn rail and
' Qn tho WIni,WM(,
sldo to "keep watch." Somctimo ilur
Ing tho night "Jock" arose to ask the
skipper when ho was "going to tack."
"lllmcby" was tho reply and ngnln
I quiet reigned throughout tho ship. Tho
next Interruption was from Jock. "Ojo
whiz, wo're In a calm. Oh, boys, look
nt thoso sails flop." Macfarlane enmo
up to cheer -tho boys' heart with the
statement that It was Just tho kind rf
a breezo that would send tho Dewey
along. Skipper Georgo wns asked
where Lanai was and answered "Over
there." This settled things for another
season. As tho oast began to light up
Sunday morning Jock again turned out
to view the horizon, but land was not
In sight. '
"Where's Lanai??" ho roared.
"Over there," answered the skipper,
"Where's Molokal light?"
"Geo whiz. I can't see any land."
Everybody was up on deck and no ono
could see any land. "Wo're anchored
on tho equator," remarked Jock and f
ter a counsel of war It wa3 decided that
It was even so and a voice from the b'o
rail murmured that one passenger had
struck tho bottom of his stomach and
would soon be ready to pass up his
Gradually tho land camo to view, the
south point of Lannl. A stiff brcro
nnd a heavy sea to go up against along
tho Lannl coast put no Joy'ln theheaits
of tho La Paloma aggregation. It was
n thrush with tho lea rail under ,ntii
water In thol roeknlt! fromftl start to
finish. About id o'clock tho" yacht
was off Kaunakakal and stood away on
the starboard tack to cross tho Maul
channel. The wind steadily Increased
nnd when tho chnnnd was reached, i
was blowing a "lhlng gale" so the
commodore said and the big rollers
made things lively. Macfarlane kept u
keen eye on his masts and wasn't ready
to bet even that they wouldn't go over
the side and the raco end In a wreck.
But Macfarlane was on his nervo and
every stitch of sail was carried with
out n reef. Everybody on board was
net through nnd the leo rail was well
occupied. Tho channel was crosied
without accident nnd shortly after nom
the La Paloma put about off the Lanai
coast for tho run to Lahaina. Th"ti
tho wind died out
Jock Carter occupied his time count
ing thu sticks of cano on Maunnlel. The
exact number Is 56S3 by actuul count.
Dick Ivors' gave n lecture on how good
a hot cup of coffee would feel. After
about four hours study of Lnnal tho
welcome breeze put In an appearam.0
and Lnhnlnn buoy was turned at 6:30
A short visit ashore was mado on
board the Dewey nnd on shore wheie
tho yachtsmen woro treated cordially
nnd It was proved conclusively tlut
what IvcrB said about the benefits of
hot coffee wns "no dream." Tho only
discourtesy on shore was when the CM'-
nese proprietor of tho restnurnnt re
fused to give Ivors two good eggs for
tho "rlpo" one handed out on the first
Tho start back was made at 3:.'13
Monday morning, a light land bro.v.o
taking tho yuchts wel Into the open.
Hobron took tho Dewey well towards
Ijihalna. The la Paloma had seen
enough of Lanai nnd kept well up to
wards Maul. At daylight Hobron wns
carrlng a club topsail nnd baloou Jib.
Tho yachts kept well together. In 'l
heavy bieezo tho I-i Paloma easily oi't
footed the Dewey, but tho wind was
fitful nnd finally settled down to a
"regular Dewey breeze." Tills gave
Hobron a lead of about half a mild.
Tho breeze gradually died down till
sails wcro flapping. It was during this
period that Jock Carter went below n
"cook a dish." Tho sea was running so
high that Jock appeared with his dlh
and tho assertion, which no one would
dispute, that an earthquake and tidal
wavo had struck while ho was bclou.
Ruin squalls accompanied the calm Htrl
in the ntfct of It the Dewey clipped
ahead ugaln. When about noon the
icgulnr trades began tho Dewey wms
fully an hour In tho lead. With a de
cent breezo tho I.a Paloma began to
Bhow her proper paces and an easy run
was mado to port. The only Incident of
tho latter part of tho run was Commo
dore Mncfarlanc's discussion on the
topic, "Life Is n fleeting show."
Tho Dewey rounded tho spar buoy nt
3:09 and tho La Paloma at 3:40 p. m.
Had tho time been a little closer there
might have been some discussion about
Hobron's falluro to round tho Lnhuini
buoy on tho run home. As It was the
La Palomn crowd stood treat and
amlled. They had had n mighty good
time and arc confident that with a
brcezo.no trips to the equator nnd no
earthquakes tho La Paloma can beat
anything In Hawaiian wntcrs. What
ever tho yacht might do, no ono ran
discount Commodoro Macfarlane as a
sportsman and good fellow, Thoso on
board the Dewey were; T. W. Hobron,
S. O. Wilder, George Fluth, E. Mitchell
and C. Mitchell. Tho La Paloma party
consisted of C. W. Macfarlane, Rlehud
Ivers, Harry Wilder, Oliver Carter, W.
R, Furrlngttin, Skipper "Oeorgo" .ml
two native, sailors.
SHARP UA8EUALL. CONTU8T.
One of tho best baseball contests of
tho season was held Monday on the
Mnklkl grounds between picked nines
from the employes of E. O. Hall &
Son nnd Theo. H. Davles & Co. Thn
Davles boys claim they lost tho game
through a. rank decision of the umpire
tn tho seventh Inning. Following Is the
E. O. II. 0 0 10 3 2 2 0 0-8
T. H. D. 2 0 0 0 0 4 10 07
.YlnklklH Beat Auwalollmus,
In a stubbornly co itesteJ biseba'l eime
on the Maklkl grounds yesterday after
noon, tne MaxiKl team Peat tne Auwa'o.
Ilmus to the time of '2 tog. There was a
vrrv large attendance and the game w.is
full of features. M. Slmpsoa of the Makl
Ids ma ie a three I agger and then a home
run. The latter brought In three runs.
Antone of the same team also made a
three bagger. The score by Innings was
AuwaloPmu 1 1004000 10
Mrfkikl 7 i 100206 012
'lime nf play 15 hours.
Should the Hall team except the chal
lenge of the .Maklkl team, soon to be sent
In, Sam Decker will take cnarje of the
latter for this one game.
United States Post Ofllce Inspector M.
II. Flint, who has been so successful In
Inaugurating tho American postal sys
tem (n thu Territory, leaves In the
Australia this afternoon for his head-
quartprs In Los Angeles. Mr. Flint
has dnno his work In Hawaii with neat
ness nnd dispatch, nnd hits made many
friends hero who will hope that Uncle
Sam will send him this way again.
lH ilkllllr (III if I lamlldatei for legislative honors: T. S
IVLUVn" "I UVUlll il. Lyons and P. C'ockctt for Senators, ,!B
Atllllly "nJ Jh" I"chariIson nud 3- Kl Kalll " qmi
TUIC UsllDrillnr 'ur Housoof Iteprcsentatics. i'wl
I nlfl lillK 111 ill Thu Wniluku Republican club to bo KM
John Reilly Being Tried
for Sumner Island
GETS HIS DISCHARGE
Many Aliens of Many Nationalities
Made American Citizens Two Ad
miralty Cases Before Judge
Estee This Afternoon.
John S. Walker, executor of the
Lazarus estate, by his attorneys, Davis
& Gear, has appealed to the Supreme
Court from tho decision of Judgo
Humphreys ordering him to pay Int t
cst on $1600 and a master's feet ol
Tho appeal case of Manuel Phillips
from the District Court hns been clls
mlaseil, and the defendant dlschnrgoJ.
He was fined $100 and costs nnd his II
censo as n hack drUcr ordered can
celled In the court below for unlawful
Judge Sllllman has ordered John P.
Andrado to pay his wlfo $30 a month
In advance as alimony during tho pen
dency of his dlvorro suit against her.
Judge Humphre) has ordered 'he
assignment of tho Japanese and Chi
nese Interpreters of the First Circuit to
attend the Fifth Circuit Court at Li
hue. Tho Territory of Hawaii vs. Jonn
Rcllly, criminal Intercourse, is on trial
beforo Judgo Humphreys, the following
Jury being empaneled: 11. (1. lllnrt.
It. A. Dexter, Chas. S. Crane, V. II.
Armstrong, Jacob Uindo, W. C. Wil
der, Jr., G. E. A. Thrum. John II.
Schnack, F. W. Maklnney. II. W.
Green, E. S. Cunha and C. II. Ripley.
Attornoy General Dole for prosecution;
L. M. Strauss for defense.
Judgo Estee, In tho United Stntes
District Court today naturalized lli
following persons: Andiew K. Anvlck,
David Dunlop, Julius Hcndrlcksen, (1
A. Iarscn, Geo. Johnson, C. O. Mhi
Carl E. Eklund, Herbert Myhre, J. A.
Rodanet nnd II. O. Schultze.
The two admiralty rases of Collins
vs. Knncko nnd Ilensan nnd White x.
bark Empire arc beforo Judge Estrc
nil or mi
HAWAIIANS COME OUT
STRONG FOR THE PARTY
Meetings Held in Various Precincts
Independent Party Naming Leg
islative Candidates --Ke-
poikai at Work,
Walluku, Sept. 1. The members of
the Wniluku Republican Club held a
meeting In tho Walluku courthouse on
Monday evening for tho purpose of m
gnnlzlng permanently. Mr. Kepolkal
called the meeting to order.
After some preliminary renmiks
made by some of tho lending members
of the club, Senator A. N. Kepolk.ll
wns unanimously elected chairman of
the Fifth Precinct (Walluku) of tliti
third electoral district Sheriff L. M.
Ilaldwlu, Charles Lennox and J. P.
Sylva were elected Judges of election
to be held In September for tho pur
pose of electing three delegates to the
district convention. James N. K. Ke
ola was elected secretary. Messrs. Geo.
lions, S, E. Kalelkau, A. N, Kcpolkal,
nnd J. K. Kahookelo were nomlnat.nl
as candidates for delegaten to tho dis
Mr. Kepolkal at the call of the moot
ing gave an outline of the visit of tho
delegates to the National Convention
at Philadelphia, and the audience was
quite Impressed with the Interesting re
marks of, the speaker.
The same evening tho Independent
party of Walluku held n meeting In tl
skating rink which was very largely
attended. Among the orators ot the
evening wero Tlios. Clark, S. E. lvalue,
Jno. T. Alull nnd other political lights
of Walluku. It was votei, that Mr.
Clark follow tho Maul Board of Resis
ttntlon, on their circuit to advise t'.io
Hnwallans to como forward and regis
ter, and some ono hns aptly remarked
that Mr. Clark pufiht to be commis
sioned ns an A. II, C. to tho board with
tho rank of major.
Tho Independent party of Walluku
has placed In nomination tho following
candidate for legislative honors: T.
il. Lyons and P. C'ockctt for Senators,
and John Richardson nud S. E. Kaluo
for House of Reprcscntatitcs.
Thu Wniluku Republican club to bo
hereafter known as tho fifth precinct
of the third eleetorul district had an
other meeting In tho Walluku court
house last Tuesday cening to hear tho
report of tho commltteo on by-laws.
The report of the committee was adopt
ed with few necessary amendments.
I.ast Thursday cenlng, 30th Inst, at
the urgent request of the natives of tho
Republican Club of tho ninth preclucr
In that district, thcro being over two
hundred bona lido voters present D.
C. Lindsay and W. O. Aiken wcro
elected Picsldcnt and Secretary rcspic
thcly of that club.
The meeting was said to bo ery en
thusiastic nnd as delns are dangerous,
tho meeting proceeded Immediately tn
(he election of nine delegates to '.h)
district committee. The following were
declared duly elected by the threo
Judges of election: 11. P. Baldwin, I).
C. Lindsay, W. O. Aiken, C. II. Dickey,
Rev. J. Kallno, Ell Kcklpl, J. Pv Ka
plhc, Jno. Kaluna, W. E. K. Mahal.
The nntlvo Republican party of Honua
la district, 7th precinct, held a meeting
In tho Honunlua courthouse being call
ed to order by M. Kcaloha, for the pur
pose of organizing permanently and
nine electing three delegates to tho dis
Tho Republican party ot all tho oth
er voting precincts throughout tho
third district, Including tho Islands of
Maul, Molokal, Lanai, and Knhoolawc,
wilt likewise hold their elections for
dclcgatc-s to the district convention thU
afternoon. The natives aro coming out
ery strongly in support of tho princi
ples of the Republican party, nnd Hi?
coming elections will show this to bo
thp correct view.
At n primary election of the sixth
precinct, Knhulul, last evening, tho
following permanent officers were elect
President, F. M. Church: secretary, J.
J. Walsh; treasurer R. W. Filler.
Judges Messrs. Vander Nallcn, An
drew Adams nnd F. C. Allen, Deleg lies
W. J Uiwrcy, T. M. Church, J. Whlt
ford. 8. C. ALLEN PROM FRISCO.
The American bark S. C Allen, Gco.H'.
Johnson matter, arrived and anchored off
port l.nt night and fame In along IJe
Sorenson's wnarf 'rly this morning.
The Allen made the trip from San Fran
clsroln I H days. The time was lone because
nothing but light winds were met with
throughout the trlr. v he comes consigned
to T II. Davles & Co. and btlncs a cirgo
of 1300 tuns of geiural merdiardlse as well
as 37 head of horses and mules fo Wm.
Norton anJ the Metropolitan Meat Co. and
S77 hogs for Uus Schumann.
I he trip of the S. C. Allen to Honolulu
was try uneventful. Not even a sail was
sighted throughout the voyage.
Honolulu Boys Return.
Ou (ho last trip of the S. C. Allen to
Sail Francisco Wm. King, Ben Clarke,
Paaluu Hatfield and Harry A. Whito,
four Honolulu boys, were passengers.
They returned to Honolulu o nthnt ves
sel this morning after having spent a '
most pleasant vacation trip.
TUB WATERMAN IDEaL FOUN
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A complete new stock ot 'gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. B. Kerr's,
Full line of abovo goods aro shown la
Iwakaml Hat Manufacturing Dcpa-:-.
ROUGH AND READY
IN CALF AND KID
IN ALL SIZES - -:
Blucke & Tuns.
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