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BVBHINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULB. T. It., TUESDAY, 8EPT. 11, 190.
. SSK1V CALENDAR.
Honolulu Commandery Reg.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
lt tflt,oj mnml"r of tha
ord"i are or'Iallv li v-tod to tiJ
turd Tu,Uoa of lorn I lodgea.
HARMON LODC.C, No. S, I. 0. O. F.
WwtSevry Mwnl..v cvotitn? at 7:5u
UI u. u f. Hail, lull ira.
K. (. HKX.IKY. Fecr-biry.
C I! Ml) fl'l.. N U ,
"All TM.inr iito" i -n eTy cordially
HYSTIC in'i.'.r., No S, K. of P.
Mfr rtprr i ysday evening at
T.S1 orl.., fc ,n . o P. Hall. King
itrcr' vin mi- t.-othcrs cordlilly In-
rttP.J to IM,il
.' WHITEHEAD. 0.0.
P. WALDRON, K.IL8.
OAHU LOn'-.f Nu. 1, K. of P.
McQtn ivei i i'rlday evenlrg at
K. P. Hall. Kb-, slrcot, at 7:3 i. Mem
bn t h .1 i i od,e, No. 2. Win, Mc
Klaicy i.-Avr 'i. 8, and visiting
br't.oM i .' . v 'nvlted.
CtnTAl Bv ir it
A POND. C. C.
A. . BNWAY, K.B.S.
HONOLULU LOrOE SIB, 1. P. 0. E.
il .o'.nlD lxtgu No. tit, D. P. 0. E.,
: i 3Eot lii t'iclr hall, .in Miller
Mi J-rtinl. street, e?ary Friday
order ot the 12. It.
HARRI H. SIMPSON,
H. B. MCltaAY, E.R.
Wnt M'KINLEY LODGE No. , K.af P.
Meet every Saturday evening at
1:i oMoch In K. ot P. Hall, Klnr
street VUltliig brothera cordially to
ylV to attmni.
M M. JOHNSON, CO.
V. A. JACODSON, K.R.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. O. I.
M'ota on Urn 2nd and 4th WDNKS
CV tenlnc ot each month at 7:"'J
clock lu K. ot T. Uall, KIiir street.
VIMtlng Et-g!u are Invited tr H
CAM KeKKAOUB, W.P.
II f MOO HE. W. Bacy.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
Merta evrry flrl arj third THDRB
D'.Y of oatfi month In I'raternlty Hall,
Odd KelloMi' DulMlns, Fort atreot, at
7:2n oV.ludt p. m. A fill attendanrn
Li drrlr! at evfry meeting.
Trantaction of Bualneia.
" HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. H. M.
Muett ercry aecond and font I a
, rniDAY oi each cunin la i. u. o. "
VJPHlug uiliMit-is t:iirni(t iutl.ru u,
W iiPWF, Sachfin.
A r Ml'IU'IIY, C. or R.
A Oupfflor Light to,aH other, I
JJAciyilena'Ci! iprlo'r In quality,
xn"d enenphisss r.itllilcc leu liet,(vltl.
ntoc the air l:o nii hat no Injurlou I
ertect on the tit.
For .orther psrtlsi'.lart Inquire it
Alto Calc'um CarKdr of all tlrei, In
ilrimid and tmall c.in, for Cnerton
anil AutomoUlle Lampi and all alzaa
'and grades of Cat Mantle and Caa
'Washington Light Co.!
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager,
Telephone Main 145, 143 Merchant St..
z o o
any time 7h
2jht- every day
, Hawaiian grass hutsi
LiOPCII-Allt skating rinki
ANIMALS, IJinDS, ETC, ETC.I
S.DONT MlfcS A GOOD TIMEI
f tht CmUhx Day lt
Jj' JJO jenrt.
It IHt MAIICRf.
IMIIT OH CITT1VO
White Horse Cellar.
Inc ji, blfh pr1el Mbliky miny don't kp It
lrtby c9 ill Another brand.
rwCK1E ti COY. DISTILLERS LTD.,
,3LtY "vs' Ar- . u, OW,
KINO AND RL'THEL STREETS
than the other
because it is
better made and
Your grocer de
livers a case for
Works Co , Ltd.
F. L. WALDRON, Ager.L
New Gage Hats
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONG MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1J46 FORT OTREET.
FINE 8UITS FROM $15 UP.
nude In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
Phone Main 487
YOU OET THE
PHONE MAIN 147
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakca Street.
Clothe Cleaned and Premd by the
HONOLULU PENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manaser
Rkhar-u near Queen Stt. All tele
phone meiftaae promptly attended to.
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
NUUANU 8T. cor. HOTEL and KING.
c FINE o
c AT o
Wing WoTai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS,
041 NUklANU STREBTj
Tel. Main 26, P. O. Box 045.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mad,i to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a spitilalty, Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and rep a Ira
executed at ihertett notice.
Why not try Bulletin Want ad. saleo-
manshlp with that horte and carriage?
Hclssors, sawB. sharpened. Webb'i.
White atcam autos, titockyds Btahle.
T'Ao hotel clerks arc wanted. He
nd this Issue.
Hemcmber tho Alnmcda ilanco at the
lv:cclslor Loilcp meets this cmmiIuk
In I 0. 0. V. Hull, 7:30 o'clock.
jtiystic l.oii e, no. 2, K. or 1'., meets
tonight In K. of V. Hall. King street
(Iditilne lln.vnllnu curios mid woav
lug doue to order at Mrs. Dicker
-ho hnrk W. II. Kllnt sailed from
S.i i Francisco on Anfcust 31 for Ho
nolulu. ArI Ito (w.) has filed n libel for di
vorce against Jin Salnio ho on grounds
A. D. Smith, a fireman, was today
adiidgcd a voluntary hankiupt by
eatly rurnlslicd rooms at tho Pop
ular. Jl, $1.00 and $2 per weok. 1211
Tho Hawaiian Women's Club will
iiitxi n the new Kalulanl Homo today
at 2;4S p. in.
Geo. 1J. McClcllan, jirlvato secretary
to tho Delegate, leaves In the Alameda
Do not forget to go to Whitney &
Marsh's and ceo tliolr elegant new
Loods, which aro now on display.
You can nac fifty cents u ncclt on
your meals It you buy ono of tho Star
Oyster Ilouso's o tickets for fi.uu.
A live-room lUrnlshcd ctltait- at
King Place, near Qcrman church, 13
offered for rent. Sco ad. this Issue.
A cool olllco Is secured by use of un
(lectrlc fan. Hawaiian Electric Co.
lmo a good assortment to choose
A regular meeting of tho Ahahul lo-
lanl will be held tills afternoon at 2:W
In St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunda)
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Ocrnln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendance absolutely first class.
Mncst bathing on the beach.
1-adlcs! Do you want n good skirt
ic.uly-to-wcarr A. lllom brought a
very lino assortment from tho main
land In tho Korea yesterday.
Arabic keeps Iron roots Irco from
rust and lmrflflos rain water. Give It
a trial and bo convinced. California
I'ecd Co., agents.
A ilanco will bo given tonight at the
Se.tsldo Hotel In honor of Capt. Dow
dcll and tho officers of tha Alameda. A
ordlal Invitation to tho public Is ex
A. 1 Cooke will sneak In tho meet
ing tonight at tho Salvation Army hull,
lorucr of King nud Nmiaim streets.
The young people will conduct the
Typowrltlbts who liavo used Kco Uix
cntbou paper pronounce It tho bctt
In the market Tho copy is hard to
distinguish from tho original. Ha
waiian Nows Co. sell It.
Women with property can have It
caicfiilly managed by Hawaiian Trust
Co. for n very small sum. This plan
obviates any clianco of losing what
the- huvo by speculation,
llids tor a one-room schoolhouso at
Huclo, Maul, liavo been opened as fol
lows ut the Public Works oiilcc: J.
Manslleld, 11SC0: J, A. Ahcong. S1S7'J;
Otto Oss, 11071; II. Do Fries, $1827.
Ttio regular meeting of mo Ha
waiian Poultry Association will be held
this evening nt tho Government nurs
ery on King street. Tho meeting will
uiiojit rules to govern tho show to Lo
hi Id in December.
Captain Scahury, commander of the
Korea since sho went Into commission,
Is uwny on leave, enjoying llfo on his
i inch near (lucrnovllle, Cal. Ho ex
po ts to resumo command ot tho Ko
rea upon her return from tho Orient
Tho regular meeting of the Hawaii
an Poultry Association will bo held
thhi livening ut 7:30 o'clock lu tho gov
ei iiincut nursery on King street. Utiles
RicrnliiR the exhibit to bo held In Do
cembcr will bo adopted. All members
aro requested to attend.
Soma members of tho Southern Cal
ifornia Editorial Association met Mis.
E. T. Weathcrrod In San Francisco
prior to thrlr sailing for Honolulu.
Hho furnished them with considerable
Interesting data In regard to tho lb
lands and won their good will by tho
interest Hho took to mako tholr stop lu
San Kinnrlsco a plcusant ono. Mem
bers of tho party who met Mrs. Wcalh
cried say sho expressed herself ns re
gretting very much that sho could not
accompany them. This was Imporslblo
pa sho Is Just launching a magazine.
Mrs. Weathcrrod will visit tho Islands
again lu February.
Secretary lohnson of tho Southern
California Press Association, request?
tho Ilulletln to express for himself and
tho member of his party their regret
that thoy went not ablo to accept the
invitation of tho Hawaiian Kennel
Club to tlsl: tho exhibition Friday
evening. Tho Club sent an Invitation
to tho. visitors to bo their guests that
night, but on account ot the reception
at the Royal Hawaiian hotel, it was"
impossible for tho editorial party to
nccept. Secretary Johnson desiro,
through tho Ilulletln, to cxpro-u the
thanks of hliniclf iiiuIIiIh paity lo tlw
Kennel Club for th Invitation.
SPLIT, BRITTLE, DULL HAIR.
All Come From Dandruff, Which Is
Caused by a Germ
Split hair, hard hair, luslcrless hair,
nriiiic nair, tailing nair, an ovq tncir
origin to dandruff, which is caused by
a measly little microbe that burrow)
Into the scalp, throwing up tho cuticle
Into dandruff scales and sapping the
vitality of tho hair ut tha root, caus
ing tho several diseased condjtlous'of
ino uair tin u uuuiiy mils out. -Modern
science has discovered a remedy
tq desioy tho dandruff microbe, which
Is combined In N.owbru'a Ilcrpleldc,
tho delightful hair dressing. Allays
itching instantly and makes hair BOtt
as silk. Tako no substitute; nothing
"Just as good." Sold, by leading drug
glhts. Send 10c, In stamp3 for sample
to Tho Hcrplcldo Co.,, Detroit, Mich.
Ilolllster Drug Co., special agents,
, Do I Need
r. No, I don't need 'em,
'causa I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to .
A. N. Sanford,
M0NUMENT8, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WCRKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 170-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
FIRED ONJHE MOB
Sun Francisco, Sept. 10. Ono hun
dred and fifty strlkn-brcakcrs. march
ing from the car barns to the fcrrj'
yesterday to tuko their departure, fired
tcveral volleys nt tho crowds that wcro
throwing bricks at them. Seven per
sons wcro injured, tiono uciloiisly.
Thcro wcro twenty arrests.
VOTES HP OFF
Portlnnd. Mo., Sent. 10. Tho Repub
licans liavo elected Cobb Governor and
lour CniigrcsMaepmncludlng Little-
uciu, oy grcany ifccjcascu pluralities.
Toklo, Sept. 10, Haron Haynshl hni
resigned as ambassador to Great Ilrlt
nln. It Is hoped ho may reconsider.
Manila, Sept. id, (Icncral James V.
Smith, who is to auci-rnl Governor
General Idc. airlcd yesterday.
Havana. Sept. 10. Shots with the
Insurgents are being exchanged in tho
suburbs of this city. President l'alnu
has suspended tho constitutional guar
antees of nrrtonnl liberty und revoked
his otTcrH of amnesty, which Is equiv
alent to n proclamation of martial law.
Warsaw, Sept. 10. A liomb was ex
ploded at tho entrance of tho spinning
works yesterday whereupon troops
fired on tho bystanders, killing and
Odnisa, Sept. 10. A court-martial
has sentenced a Jewish girl terrorist
Riga, Sept. 10. Severn! revolution
ists huvo been trll at drum-head
court-martial and executed.
Sledlce, Sept. 10. Masuurcx havo
been resumed and tho city U under
Santa Cruz, Cal.. Sept. 10. Thero
was a monster celebration hero yester
day ot Admission Day.
Kalamazoo, Mfch., Sept. 10. Ten
people are at tho point of death here
from eating dilcd beef.
Manila, Sept. 10. Limit R. E. Tread
well of tho scouts has been killed by
Lima, Peru, I Sept.
Root has arrived here.
wouldn't you like to come down to
earth and tee how things have
It's just as Interesting to look baek
several thousand years and see the
ancient civilization of the Egyptians
to learn of lost arts and note how
many recent scientific discoveries
were In common use In those timet.
You can see It all In the new first
complete history of
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FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
M 1 1 IH1
The following resolutions havo been
received by Judge lllghton:
Whereas, Hon. Henry E. lllghton of
Honolulu, T. II., has for a number of
years, both in San Francisco and Ho
nolulu, shown himself devotedly and
realously attached to a work of pro
moting tho welfare ot tha Young Men h
Institute, by addresses and numberless
literary contributions, whenover and
wherever occasion permitted; and
Whereas, we, tho members and dele
gates to thu twenty-second grand
council ot tho said Young Men's Insti
tute, feel that such love, zeal and de
motion in so venerable n. champion Is
most deserving of our highest appre
ciation; therefore, bo It
Resolved. That we. tho members ot
thu grand council of tho Young Men's-
Institute, in grand council assembled
at San Jose, Santa Clara County, Call
forln, do hereby express our apprecia
tion ot tho actlvo interest taken by
llnnrv 1.- Illchtmi nf llnnnlnlil T II..
i tho advancement und welfare of
tho Young Men's Instltuto and wo hear
j,y (C,icr ,m a -vote ot thanks for his
ninny literary contributions, ucsiin
cd to awaken Interest and consequent
ndiulratlon tor tho principles of tho
said Youg Men's Institute; and, bo it
Resolved, That n copy of these rcso
lutlos bo spread upon tho minutes ot
tho proceedings of this grand council
r-nd bo made a part thereof; that a
cojiy bo forwaided to Hon. Henry E.
lllghton, and that said resolutions bo
published In tho Institute Journal.
Tho foregoing resolutions wero una
nlmousy approved and adopted by the
twcnty.sccoud grand council of the
Young Men's Institute, Pacific Juris
diction. Tuesday, August 21, 1906.
(Signed) (JEO. A. STANLEY,
mm or Mil
Warren Wilson, proprietor of tho
I .os Angeles Journal, who is ono of
(ho editorial party here, says:
"Thero can bo a'natural and profit
able exchnugo of tha products ot
Southern California nnd tho Hawaiian
Islands, Living in u semi-tropical ell
muto our people naturally ciavo your
pineapples, bananas, alligator ncarx,
etc., whllo our oranges, grapes, peach
es, walnuts, almonds, buy and grain
would find an oxtcnslvo market here.
It would also bo to tho advantage,, of
both sections to export your crudo su
gar direct to Los Angeles, which has
v. tributary population ot halt a mil
lion people, und besides would save
live bundled miles In transportation
to tho East, And moro ' Important
Mill, steamship connection with Lost
Angolcs (or Sau Pedro which Is about
eighteen miles distant) would glvu you
tho cholco of three transcontinental
routes tho Southern Pacific, Santa Fo
und tho Salt Lnko lino.'
MRS. WHITIN FILE8 SUIT
(Continued from Pioe 1.)
as follows: "That ever since said mar
rlago tho libelee herein has been guilt)
of habitual Intemperance from an ex
ccsslvo use of Intoxicating liquors."
The Whltlus arrived here Bhortly, af
ter their marriage, and arc quite well
known. Mr, Whltln Is leputcd to bo n
millionaire mid their, automobile nud
eutertnlnlng has often been a matter
of nolo In society circles. Whltln Is
fcald, to enjoy his money In u very
hearty fashion, und report has of lot)
been busy with an excursion to IHIo,
which Is Bald to have keen exceedingly
Naughty Words Actually
Offend A Ship's
Tho attempt to throw blame, upon
Chester Doylo for a row which oc
curred last night In front of tho Grill
prood In tho. Police Court this morn
ing tq bo a iflsmsl failure It being
thown conclusively that thcro was
nothing la tho Insinuation made thai
he had shoved and Jostled the three
sailors who were In the dock charged
with drunkenness. It was nothing but
a plain case of drunk and disorderly
Till, mr-tl hml flllfwl nn'nn tKrt MnM
. ... ... .-... ..,. .... .ut. Ydu ---
of Joy and wcro making remarks not
ordinarily heard In polite society when.
uo)ie camo along and told them to go
to their ship. His advice didn't anncar
good to them nnd they told him so with,
more emphasis than was .absolutely
necessary, Intimating that they Would
like, to use the athletic officer as a
Farther down the street thoy met a
lieutenant whom tho cxhiibcrance 'of
their spirits Induced them to thlnK
ought to bo thrashed. Doyle morolj
called the patrol wagon and sent them
over to tho Jail to cool off.
When brought before Judgo Whitney
this morning they did not deny thcli
guilt, and received tho usual sentenco,
Morlmatsu camo up before Judgt
Whitney this morning with only four
charges against him ono chargo of
assault with n deadly weapon, ono o(
shooting rlco birds without a license,
a chargo of using threatening lan
guage against a Japanese woman, and
another ot assault and battery on thn
Tho rlco bird charge was nollo
pros'd; assault and battery on the
woman went over until September 18,
and Morlmatsu pleaded guilty to the
other two charges. Tho judgo was
feeling good this morning nnd gavo
him a chance to show whether or not
bo can bo good for as much as six
months nt n time, sentence being sus
pended for that period.
P. W. Ohman Is nn awfully carelcu
fellow and If he doesn't watch out his
propensity for losing things Is going
to bring him u bunch of Iroublo some
dny. As It is. It was tho occasion of
bis spending l&st night In Jail.
Ohman Is a sailor aboard tho bark
Hecla. Yesterday bo managed to al
low a key and somo screws to slip
through his ringers Into tho water. Tho
ruato called him down for it, and this
morning told Judgo Whitney that Oil
man failed to tako his admonitions lb
tho friendly nnd brotherly spirit lu
which they were given and talked back
in a profane and vulgar manner, there
by injuring tho feelings ot his super
ior officer to such un extent that tho
latter had the Bailor arrested.
Ohman argued his own case. If not
with much knowiedgo ot law, at least
with sufficient persuasiveness to con
vince tho Judge, in default. of any very
concltilvo evidence, that no wasn't such
u bad fellow, aside from the aforesaid
habit of losing tlbngs, which was not
part of tho chnrgc, and Judgo Whitney
told him to go back to work, udmou
tshlng tho muto .to treat him well. Oh
man departed joyously.
CRIME TO OBJECT
(Continued from Page 1.)
In tho limit of tho Income. I was ns
actlvo In tho work as tho Governor,
who takes all tho praise. Ills esti
mates, In fact, wero beyond tho limit
of tho Income. I helped keep (ho
llnanco down bo as to put tho Terri
tory on a firm lluatclal basis. That is
JOHN MOIR TALKS FACTS
GOV. CARTER AND OTHER8.
An evening paper makes a scries of
statements regarding what went on
at tho Walluku convention which is a
veritable Jargon ot misstatement.
In tho itrst placo, It says that tho
Coopor resolution was discussed In
tho platform committee and was ono
of the sources of difference. Tho Coo
per resolution was not hinted at In
John Moir ot Hawaii, speaking of
this matter this morning, said: "I
went to sco tho Governor yesterday
and tho first thing ho said was, 'I sco
you fellows In tho platform committee
had a. great tlmo trying to get a now
Governor In my place.1
"I didn't know what tho Governor
was talking about Then I told him
eumo facts that surprised him. I told
him that tho Coopor resolution was
not mentioned In tho committee, and
furthermore that I Voted, for tho. com
promise plank on tho Administration
In order to provent a minority report
Ono member ot tho committee said bo
would not sign thij report It Carter's
ramo was ln.lt
"It would do somo of theso fellows
pood to talk a llttlo less on what they
don't know. Then they wouldn't make
eo many foolish exhibitions of them
reives." Another statement mado by an ovon
Ing paper was that a Fqurth. District
caucus was called because Alec Rob
ertson had said the resolution regard
ing the election law revision could not
Tho Fourth District caucus did not
al any tlmo consider tho election reso
lution nud at no tlmo was there any
dlffeicnce over It.
Tho lesohitlon on which the Fourth
caucused was that calling for a chnngo
of l ho party rules on District repre
sentation In tho County Committee. It
was finally decided to pass tho matter
up to tho Central Committee.
the Bulletin office.
card' on sals at
It Is tho moat power
ful remedial agent ever
Is endorsed and used by
tho loaders of tho medi
cal profession In Franco
ami the U. S. It Is a
from tho teachings of
Prof. Kilo Mctchnlkoff,
successor of tho great
Pasteur, It Is tho acme
of tho Animal Gland
Thorapy composed ex
clusively of gland prod
ucts" which supply to
the body deficient gland
accretions and restore
every bodily function to
f I 1
It promptly ' curea
stubborn disorders of
the' nerves, stomach,
bowels and kldneya
WHICH HAVE RESIS
TED EVERY KNOWN
ninplasm la the only
treatment over discov
ered which has served
to permanently rcllovo
all the acuto symptoms
of locomotor ataxia,
stopping pains, restor
ing control of bowels,
bladder, eyesight and lo
comotion. To the Impotent Bio
restores normal sexual
virility, because It
makes and keeps the
whole body vigorous
SAL LI T 11 I N
SHOULD ALWAYS BE
USED WITH DIO
PLASM. Our products aro
stocked b y Bonson,
Smith ft Co.
Wrlto us freely of
your case no chargo
for advices from our
lOOi'WIIIlam St, N. v.".
Dalny To America
Victoria, B. C Aug. 31. Tho steam
cr Tartar nt tho Canadian Pacific Rail
toad Company, which arrived today
from tho Orient, brought news (hat tho
Japancso Government proposes to sub
sidize a steamship Hue to connect Dal
ny with the North Pacific coast ot tha
United States and also Shanghai, Dal
ny and Vladivostok In its general
scheme to develop Manchurian trade.
Tho South Manchurian Railway
Company, practically a g6ycrnmental
concern, will expend 15,000,000 with
out delay in tho construction of steam
ers In Japan for this purpose.
BOAT FOB COAST
San Pedro, Aug. 31. A postal was
ccolved this aftorinoon from W. H.
Milno at Kagohlma, Japan, by Captain
Dully, Informing bin that negotia
tions for tho war junk nang Ho hajl
been concluded and tho vessel wus on
her way to this port. This relic of
Oriental piracy has 'been purchased tor
exhibition purposoa and will ba anch
ored on arrival In tho hay of Sau
Pedro. Tho junk Is. 14,0 feel long, with
a 27-foot boam, und draws 9 feet o't
water. Sho has th'tcp Jargo squaro sail
set ut different angles, () '
es- t i i
(Continued (fritn pVaeV-) ,
of what Hawaii Jstbaitlicy bavo ever
had before, and l( Is safe, tq' say that
they 'will bo "at enthusiast jc over their
coming experiences' 0,8 they huvo been
over their stay In HpnoluUi since they
arrived on tho AlunScdu lust'Frlday.
Tho excursion' Is personally conduct
ed by C. I Wight, .assistant manager
of the Inter-lKjand S(oani' Navigation
Company. Mr., Wight camo over on
tho Alameda with (be Calltornluns and,
of calirse, became, personally acquaint
ed with them, sq that bis' presence on
tho volcano irlri wfll bo. gratifying to
all ot them, nslrje from, the fact that ho
is particularly well qualified to point
out to them the objects' and placoa of
Interest which thoy , will isco whllo
thoy are gono,
Just before tho Klnau left Mr, Wight
distributed to the members of the party
a tasteful souvenir of the trip to tho
volcano, containing a map of tho Is
lands, tho Itinerary statistical Infor
mation concerning tho Hawaiian Is
In addition to tho editorial party,
tho Klnau carried a largo number of
other passengers bound for the volcano
or for various ports along the way. The
steamer was tilled to her full capacity.
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