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EVENING BPIJjETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., TURSDAY. OCT. 23, 1S00.
Leahl Chapter Initiation
Perfection Regular D p, m.
Hawaiian Second Degree
7:30 p. in.
Pacific Second Degree,
Lei Aloha Chapter Initiation
All visiting members ot 111
order nro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 1, I. 0. 0. F.
Meots ever; Monday evening at 7:30
In I O. O F. Han. Fort street
V. It IIHNDRY. Secretary
C 0 HOTTKL, N. 0.
Alt vleltlrg bro'hers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mceti every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall. Hint
itreet. Visiting brother cordially lu
flted to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. C.C.
F. WALDRON, K.U.S.
OAHU LODGE,- No. 1, K. Of P.
Meets everr Friday nvenlrg at
tC P. Hall, Kins street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic I.oiUe, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and TisttltiR
brothers cordially Invited.
A. I). UOND. C. 0.
A 8. KENWAY. K.IL8.
HONOLULU LODGE 810, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 61C, B. P. O. H.,
rlll meet In their ball, ,m Miller
icd Heretanla streets, every Friday
Sy order of the K. II.
HAHRY II. SIMPSON,
H E. MURRAY, C.R
M'KINLEY LODQE No. B, K.of P,
Meets every Saturday evenlut si
f:'.0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, Klnr
'.-, Visiting brothers cordlslly In
It'"' to atteml.
M. M JOHNSON. C.C
E A JACODBON. K.H ri
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Lleets on the 2nd and Ith WEDNIIH ,
1AY evenings of each month at 7 ?
clock In K. ol P. Hall. King xtre-l
Vlsltlnz EsgleJi are luvltrd te t
HAM McKCAOJE W r'
H r MOORE W H.u'r
AWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. hi.
Meets every second and fourth
HDAT ot each month In 1 O 0 F
(siting brothers enrdlally Invited to
' W. F. DRAKE. Sachom
A. C MURPHY. C. of R.
OAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets overy second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Vlsltlnir brothers cordially In
vited to attend,
T r. McTIOHE. Tres.
n. V TODD, Secy.
A Superior Llfht to all others.
Aeeytlene Grs Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, vlti
Atti the air leas jnd hat no Injurious
effects on the eves.
For .jrther particulars Inqulrs st
Also Cale'um Carbide of all sizes, in
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lumps and all slzss
rind grades of Qas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St
That's the chief thing to be cecured
when you buy a delivery wagon.
Correctly constructed so that It Is
tho moot convenient vehicle for the
purpose It was built.
That's the way we build them Tell
us how you want yours we'll build it
that way and at the right price, too.
7 QUEIIN 8T. TEL, MAIN 7. 1
P. O flOX 18J,
0, W, ZRIOLEM Mnuf
lllriik honks nf all torts, ledger
tfi inuniiluilurnl by the lliillulln I'nh
luliliitf ftmupiuij. i
. y.. jLftei?
: live Old Dtend
fc B. ir.ri.ial'y an
Choosing pam! should be a matter
of careful consideration.
After examining the merits of tho
ceveral kinds you will be almost cer
tain to order W P. FULLER'S
IT IS BECT TOR ALL PRACTICAL
Lewers & Cooke,
For Over 60 Years
Soothing Sji-np m
tit tirm iitrd for uer rilX.1V
Vi:AKS bv MILtlONrt of Vothrrs
1N(J, with perfect ucceM.MXT fe
hOOTIIKS itoCIIILP. bOnHNS g;
no tUMts. Allii3 Uli pain, E
Ej tcitremcJyfof DIAllltllu: Sold bJ
ET2 by Dniffpltft In ccry part of tbo PI
jj wcrlJ. 1(0 Euro and mlc fur Mr. HI
i.MJ LUUIU ATiU U
P3 Wlailow'sp-ioiJilniSyrupondtako g
i3 no ..tber kind. MXcnan BottieEs
Rn ftlrl anrllSnH.lviarl Roinilu I
Tel. Main 198
P. O. Box 192.
ord and Belser
Sewers, Grading, Paving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH . KmWAIAHAO 8T3.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothes pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
STYLISH FALL" MILLIN
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
n n. rv II
wUI1 HlSG UVGIIig M0US6
I UH roltf. 0TncET.
O. FAR I A
fUtU 5UITA FIIOM fIB Up,
made In upl-
ililt - ilyls,
IIQTL'1, ppp, DIQIIOP BTi
AU wi m
" H1U Hvll u-i
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
? i i i 'i i.
There are ALWAYS people who
want to buy dogs or birds and th'y
read the Bulletin Want Ads.
The Olobe sells It cheaper.
Autos for litre at Tcr. Stables.
Dr. Saw or left for Maalaea today
Your grocer sells Pol Breakfast Food
C. I: Haynes went to Manlaea today
He3t cup ot coffee. In the city. New
V A. Todd lalled on the Klnau to
day. Dr Norgaanl went to Kawalhae to
uny V. Thompson sailed for Hllo on the
.Mrs. V. C Warland left for Hllo on
H 8. Paxson departed for Maalaea on
Miss M. Wise went on the Klnau to
day to Hllo.
J II Fuller sailed on the Klnau to
day for Hllo
J. I) White t ft cm the Klnau this
noon fur Maalaea.
Mrs H. Xowlrln went to l.ahalna to
uny on the Klnau
John II. Wise railed on the Klnau
for Mahukoua toda.
I'arl S Smith and I,. E. .Smith left
on the Kli.au for Hllo.
Apple lllossom siiliiion and Upton's
'e.is at C J. Day & Co.
Ml kg C Olles ilcjutited on the Klnau
Mill noon for M.inlar.i.
The hurkcntlno Knliilanl arrived al
Uihulna jesfcrdny from Seattle
Atteml tin- uiiigiilllipie luilllnery op
enllig this week tit Mrs. DlrkerMiu'H.
A blue sill; shawl has In en lust. Siu
lasilllvd adxi rllsement lor purlli'iilam
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, K. of I'., meets
tonight In K. of P. Hull. King street
Ojiet'ii street SUatlug Kink will open
Saint day evening, November .1. Hand
Neatly furnished rooms at thu Pop
ill jr. $1. $l.f0 and U per week. 121.!
F W Macfarluiie, Mm Macfiirluno
and Mian Alice Matfurlaue deported lo
daj for Knvvjlhae.
('has II (lllninn, the lontractor,
leaws In tcmuirrow'ii S. ri. Alameda for
a Irlp to the Coast.
A fliHt rlnna Ir.nellng salesu.uu is
aiilrd lit oner. See Wants under New'
Tud'iy fur mom Information,
Do not forget that the Knwulh.io
ipilutel i lull will play and sing during
dinner ut the Seasldu tonlghl.
The Kleaimihln Al.uueda Ii.ih leiuri.i'd
to the Oienntc dock, ufler loading f.Ouo
raekH of Hiigur ut the rallro.nl wharf.
The French bark iioi.hu. which nr
ihi'il ester.lny from llolurt, Tns
luuuln, and anchored oulKlde, U xtlll
walling for orders.
Walkikl Inn Is now owned by W. C.
Ilerglu. Accommodations, suppUuH
and attendance absolutely Urst class.
Finest bathing on tho beach.
A Joint meeting of 4lm Maura uud
College Hills Impinvement cluliH will
he held In Pniiahl Hall. O.iliu C'olleg.
In the eu'iilni; of October 27.
The oil Heamer 1-untlng urrUed en
tcrdty from Port Harford, uud ut once
went to the railroad wharf to tllsrhaigo
her cargo. t
Sen our Porlo Itlraii Panamu liuts
bomcthlng new! Blocked lo order.
prlred from :. up. Expert Hut Cliun-
'" HL7 1'orl street.
Tin .t Louis College Alumni ilniuei
Rlci Paluulny nl.-sht ut Prufiress Hall
was well attended nnd all prcsont en-
Jotcd n pleasant oirnlnK.
(Iio. II ItoliliiFon unit Geo. A, Dnvii
cot out or their depth In C. A. Iltoivn's
l'ord Island bathluR tank last .Siimln
Tliev uern rescued bv ti Hawaiian with
"Arabic" applied to Iron roof re
duces temperature as ruueli ns 35 de
grees. This has been smttrtalned by
actual test. California Feed Co.,
Ilomeinber a delicious dinner at the
popular price of one dollar Is served
cery evinlnc on the great seml-clr-culnr
latiat of the SeiMilo Hotel. Rest
value for the money and coolest place
In town to dim).
The Inter-Island uteimcr Iwulaul Is
on the murine railway uiidvrKolug re
pairs. She will bo off soon, but will
piobably not bo ready to go on her reg
ular run beforo some tlnin next week.
Cujil'ilu Plltz states thut he has no In
tention of leaving her to luke om
mand of thu Morning Slur.
The big new steamer V. H. Porter
was not. as erroneously slated In an
other psper, to hae sailed estetday
from Newport News for thu Pnelllu
C'o.ibt, bill tlio una to leave ubotil that
time for New York, where final piepu
lallons nie to be made for hir ili'juil-
uro for tho Pacific. Tho V. S. Porter
is to enter the Irudi) between thu Coast
nnd the Islands,
The tug Sloeiim Is lo Kill fioin Hun
rrnnclNfu next Friday, Ihu Mill, to low
lite Hlici IcIiiii bail; to the Coast. 'Hie
tittuspoil will liu icudy to go by thu
uud of this week, hill will have to uwnlt
the lomlug of thu lug. Tciupoiuiy te-
pairs ate nearly lompletud, the. leakj
In the bottom being plugged and ion-
blderablu i leaning having been done.
Tho uttliniH of thn llllonlnii stale
that tho lug Couuhelmju, whtdi Is lo
lake the plare of thu 1'iiirliKH heie
was to leuvo the Coast lust Hiiluidny
In tow of thu steiiumr lnterprlse. As
toon us tho Counseliuun urilvis liere,
It Is piobublti Unit the I'Viillens will
pioiecd lo Kan I'liinrlmo, wliein she In
lu be stulloneil heiciifter 'I he Couiir
selulllll Ik II llllicll Kllllllll'l' uud ll'bS puw
urfnl tm; Haiti the reuilesH
A number of iImukiis iiiiioui; the In
i " 'kl,lll,l tiuplo)eeii Is Hilieduled In
! wu pluni m ihu .m.l nf ihu niomh
j Hiii-r flmi. Hmii m th Kiu.ui wiuuf
In Island i iu))lu i-i-rt Is HilitMluled lo
luslgiis lii nuejil u poilllim wllh Hit1
Kuh iiiiiipiiiiy, mill will bo it-plmml II
I. I'hllll, now fielyht ilvili ut tin
Ivliiiin H llliiulliHliuiii, piutiiii nf ihu
I ihilllii', will umiH'd I'lillllps, whllu
II J Ki'llilt. iimIuiii flllKllI i It'll, ol
Mil' KlMJII, Will lltHlllllii lUM'SIT nf III
l. i mm' timttmifMitolb iii' i x.aj.
Do I Need 1
1 No, aon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasses
sure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
BOSTON BLOCK. I C0R
."5?',,acjiKron ii rjxtu pnciw, W'KU'.um i ..- .arm9
ilfMimtRtgXjM2!!&0i T mffdJJir!SX1L.
(IW-1 J" - "
niifc.v-w r. - Mi""M-i -NtQf'vfr'r:i(i,r'Asrr
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDG.. 176-180 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
ON HONGKONG MARU
The T, K. K. S H lloiickoiiK Mnni
iirihcd thin moinlui; from Yokohumu,
in limto for Snu Kranfiwo She linn n j
liilr imsseiiKcr lltt im.l u r.wiil enroll of
freight, 1T.1 ions of wlilrh Is for Hono
lulu .mil nbo'it -.'00 Ions fur Hun I'niii
iIhki. Three- hiuidrid and lltly four
.lupanere were laudtil here, mid two
1'nrMT Chapman H'poils u pleasant
and uiieeulful r)iw, with i;ood
weather nil the .i. No xesseln were
sighted on tire wiw
Thu most iiiitabln of the llonKknue'airrulhi-. ioi- when before Ins that e-
PKM'iii'eis li'cx. (!oeruor II. (' Ido of
the Philippines, who, with his daiiKli
ter. Miss Marjorle Ide, Is retiirului; lu
his home In iho Hlnlis. Mr. uud Mis.
(Ii'o. Itoss rilurnej to Honolulu, uud
ulso Mr 0 A, Steven, who Is nsi-oclat-ed
with .Iuh I'. Mnrfiin. the million
i r. .Mr fli'un has been uwny for the
p.iit kcm'm v.cpIih, for his health. He.
hail upenl tin' Mii'.'Hlini In Juiun. ami 1
I i.tuto-i Hint he had a very pleasant time,
anil retu.us with Ills heallh fully re-
The lltiiiiikoui; Maui uilled at noon
for Hjii Kraiiiisiu.
Fliccltil fa ffie fulfrflnt
Kllniiea Kauai, Oil. 111. The fun
m..i nf ,i... !,. i.-. I.. ..el ii itlf.i.tt.
of Kllniiea, Kauai, i.jok plaie fiom his
lulo reiitUine ut Pilau on Friday af-
til noun al 2 i) clock. Thu mi lie.
which wiih largely ultended, was eon
iluited by thu Rev. .Mr. I.ldgato of I.I
I'.ue. Many beautiful (lowers weiu brought
by sympathizing friends, nnd favorite
hymns of the deceased were, sung ut the
house and the giuve.
All work on the plantation wun slop
ped to eiuble nil who wished to do so
lo attend the funeral.
Mr McKeau was ninth llkid uud io-
Bpected by all who xuew him. .g
ur u kind nnd, happy disposition, lie
inailii friends wherever he went. A
widow uud three children nre left lo
mourn a loving husband and kind
father Mr. McKeau wus a Mason, a
life member of the Uraml Lodce of
REBliLS AT IT AGAIN
lhitiiiri n. i -mtii- rnw.lliii..iInrv
movuneni has' been lesunied. Rebelo
are tomnilttlng deprednlloiiH In Puerio
PlIIKlpe Time huudled boldlelH havii
been bent ugaliibt them.
Qtilulo Oil. ! Piesldent Alfu.u
bus lufuiiutd lit! leglslullvu ibbeuibl
of Ceu.idiii thai It Is ItnpoHslbU fur Ihu
lepublli- tu make another lo.u In Cu
lope uud Dial tho lluunivs uf jhe got
rrumeiil .in lu u desppi.ilu sllii
SUNSET, LTD., DERAILED
New Orli.lim, Oct. 'JJ. 'I'lieiKoulli
lili 1'Jillhn ".StiliMl l.liulleil.V li.n
been deluded m.ir heie FoilUlhlie
perhiius were hint.
HEARST'S UIQ CLAIM 1
New York, Oil. 22. Win. Itiiiilolph
lleuihl iIjIiiih (hut he will bu djeited
(loviriuu of thin Slule by IMi.tiu) m.i
HAAKON OPENS PARLIAMENT
ClillMJulihi. O.'l 23. MlIK HuHum!
"iifin'ii i uiiiiiiieiii ) nan i nil).
llliitik books nf si I mitla, lo.liiir
etc . nmiiiifnTnirt.il by ll.u IIuIIijIIii nU
Hslilim iiuiiti'Hiiy, '
WiiH MMflf Un.tBjt "f yr,
IN TWF.NTY-rOUR VOLUMES,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In Harvard University.
IANTIQUITYJ THE MIDDLE AQE3j
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
ON NURSERY CI1UISE
Has the Pled Piper been IiIowIuk lite
m.iKle pipe In tlui slieels of Honolulu
U uie the rlilldiui uwuy wllh him
liciosK the sea to the land Hint no mull
ktioivi? Or has Mime llery Peter bien
lirejchllie uuottier kiuilei-KUiten eni-
hldn which Khali leatti dcsol.ilo the
iiiirxeriex of tlio limn and le.iw Ihei
Itniiuren no longer 10 pipo in ouu uii-
olher In the market il:u i"T
There must he MimethlUK to lucounl
for tbo fuel thut the steamship Ala-
meii.i icnuM tomorrow on u uuisery
sel taken uway from lloiiolulii thlily
eight ehlldren ut one lluie'' And there
:11c no less thin lhirt)-elr.ht bookid
lo depart lomoriow.
I ln-j mo of all aces, sues uud ul
cus. They go kIiikI)'. In pairs, in ipiail-i1
niul platoons. 'I here Is one M't of lio
hrotheiH and sisters, another of sl,
one of seven
It Is leported thai an oxtia luriju
I Miipuiuut of uursini; bottles! In beiiiK
taken uboard today, and nil the HoreH
hllo lompletcly i leaned out of baby
' loud Teething lings uie at a premium.
Thu male passengers, of mini I age.
will be compelled to take to the smok
ing room or the lower hold and stay
there during tho voyage. Hovcrul crus
ty old bachelors nre reported to have
canceled their bookings when ihey
learned tho number of Infants nlioaul,
and Purser Smith Is said to have taken
'" ''"' ,w,"1'18- "",'' ''""!"' '",w
ever, uud brought back. It is feared
that he will lint present his urual welll
Irum tlio next vo)nge. The erevv will
fed apiienrniun when he tomes back
not hn allowed to swear except between
the hours of 10 p. in. uud I ji. in.
The Alameda Is to be rechrlsteiivd
with a bottlu of paregoric Just befuie
REPORT ON LEPROSY
'rll reient mall brought to Governor
'''-""t a typewrltleu ropy of the report
"" "" "" ' " --"aie uejiari-
'"''hi of the United Htates by Aiiierliun
Consul Hugene H. Pliimacher of Mara-
call"' 'rll Oovirnor has usked for
B"rnl eoplis but owing to the fuct
,ll!l th repoit had been bent lu the
form of n dispatch to (lie government
It has not et been published It was
possible to gci ,ul one typewritten
opy The report contains hoverjl fails
"' lnlnest lu tliosu lulnested lu the
h'Vrmy itiestlon, tint gist or which
tt"f 1'ithllslied In New York pupeis
"'"' 'leu m u leuiu isiiiii oi uie inn
With the coming of Fall even In I
this climate -fashion decrees the.
changing of men's suits from the ligh
ter colors to the darker I
Wo considered tho Autumn's com
Ing perhaps you didn't and purchas
ed a handsomo stock of dark suitings
of worstedo and cheviots In many dif
ferent patterns. ,
If you order your fall suit from us
it will embody all tho latest stylos i
adapted to your particular measure.
To regular customers we are known
as "TAILORS WHO FIT" '
'iW. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King Ot.
PHONE BLUE SMI. P, O. Dos 8u.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PrMNTINO, PAPRR HANOINQ ANf
19)9 Nmiami St., bilow llstialulu oHt
MlillIH of mi1
TURNED TO DISAPPOINTMENT
WHEN AA1F.GAWA ARRIVED
KAHULUI WAS CROWDED TO THE
LIMIT WITH JAPANESE ANX
IOUS TO ENTERTAIN
SKdal lo the Aulldliil
Walluku, Maul Oct 13. II. I J. M's.
lialnlne ship Aueeawa, Captain Hann
fusn, arrived oft Kaliulul at 11 H'clock
yesterday morning and remained there
all day until evcnlnc when she welched
anchor and left for Honolulu much to
the disgust nnd disappointment of the
klx thousand of the Mikado 4 subjects
who had flocked to Kaliulul from Ha
tnnl.uapoko, Pala, Klhel, Puimene and
Walluku to pay hoinage to tho battle
scarred voteraiiE of the HuBso-Japan-t3e
Harly this week n vvlrelcJH mersage
was received announcing that Ills Im
perial Jnpanew Majesty') tralnlngslilp
would be lu Kaliulul harbor on Thurs
day, nnd every son nnd daughter of that
far-off land of chrysanthemums who
who was working on the varloua plan
tations lu central Maul dreamed ot the
Over two thousand dollars vvtte
quickly subscribed for the loan tin J
every plnnfitlou laborer uud store
keeper was only too Rlad to donate his
mile for the gicut event, It was ex
pected that the Aiicgawn would be here
iiiMt Thursday morning, und accord
ingly as soon as the billllaut rays uf
the sun began to tippear ubuvo tho
eastern horizon, the patriotic koux and
ilaughteis of Nippon cast off their
working clot lien, donned their holiday
apparel mid were soon on the trains
i:rncl(Miiy plated at their disposal by
the management of the Kaliulul Rail
road Company. The new warehouse
nl Kiihuliil oppoillo Hie new Masonic
building wan tendered for life of the
Japanese. The lunthcoii was pit-purcd
In Ihu warehouse enough fur i.rverul
thousand people. Kvvrythluc wan In
leadluess and thu only thing kicking
weiu the gue.Hs of honor loiter lu the
d.iy It was learned that the Anegauu
would not bo In Kaliulul until the fol
lowing inuinln:;. The nev.H was n
great cllsaiiolutmcnt. H.irly nil I'n
day muiniiig smiiki! wum dhicerned
twenty miles olf, 'Thu Anegtiwa Is
coming." was fhn happy phrase on
every' lip un Ihcy hurried to meet the
trains which were to convey llicm lo
Kaliulul to meet lu pcrum Hie noble
and viillanl heroes of the late war.
Long beiuio 11 o'clock there wne Ije
iwetn live and six thoiisiiud Japjuese
in Kaliulul. Some of them hud on their
hrejMs Ihu Red Criixs unit other med
uln of honor, which made Until feel
Ihey win! above the other tltlzens.
Pilot I). F. Nicholson went oul In hU
boat early In ihu illuming lo meet the
vvaisblp and was taken on board while
the was In the oiling. The letepllou
loiniulllee, hcadtd by Messis. Dale, Ki
uiiiia, Onlshl, rlakuguwn, uud others,
went nut In two lUhlug sampjus lo ex
tend the luvltullon lo the caplulii uud
liflleers und men of Ihu warship (o come
unborn nnd enjoy the gland minimi.
Ilul Captain llan.ifiiBa was obduintu
and mudo excuse tluil his ship was
L-xpeeted In Honolulu on Saturday
morning, and that I heie wiih iio time
for him uud hlu men to coiiiu ushure
tu pat take of the grand hospitality that
their brtthieu wished lu extend tu
Iute In the afternoon. Captain It. W.
Killer hoisted slgnulH to the wurshtp
from the flagpole In front of the Kaliu
lul Flsheiy: "Come Right In." Pilot
Nicholson had Just returned In his
wliulelio.it and was not In u mood to
row out ugaln tu meet the unrclilp In
the open sea.
".Send the pilot," wus the reply fiom
"Send thn Uiiinth," signalled back
Mr. Filler lo the naval iuminauder. A
little while luter, however, the execu
tive ottliHi- and two other olllcern came
ashoit. lu the gasoline launch of the
dredger Reclamation ami when they
reached the landing thu air wus tent
for several minutes with wild cheers.
Sk) rockets with paper luloons und
Hugs ol all niitloiiH were t.ent up lu hon
or of tho visitors. Tho uuvul hemes
were escorted lo Uie now Kuhulul
warehouse! by tho committee. The
plucu was the biggest hnll on Maul und
jet this Iruniemo hull could accommo
date but one half of the people who
had left their hoes and ooji to meet
the captalu uud oflltera of the Ancfij
vvu. The cvotutlvn cifflrer und Ills uUWa
worn esiorted to the temporary plat
iorm, Hun II. P. Ualilvviii wun there
also nnd it handful of Walluku polite
ull thai the county of Maul could nf
ioid to have on lit. pujiollti -weic
theio, but tlmy appealed like to) it.
liu- piesiincH ol such a huge iissimMy
of buiuau beings, the hall being p.uked
In ltd utmusl tapaclly. Never was
filch u gulberllig Hten befuie lu Ihl.i
Ttirllury. .lull Imagine uboul thiee
ihousnnd JupaneMi wllh n few of oilier
nalloualltlfu pueked togelher lu u hall
iibuut ICOxtu. uud ubout :ih muiiy more
outside nnalilo in gain udmltl.inio. Men
und women ti tUniMiiif mi chillis
nnd other places wlllilu the building In
older lo gain even u faint view of tl.u
No ouu i mill muko Ihu people sit
down und no one could uiuknthem keep
Mill. You iiitild nut hear uui-iclf The
loiumllleo uud Ihu pullce jelled them
fcelvis luuisu u t.,. m, ulleuipl In
make. Ihu vusl iiksembly keep ipiltt.
riiiolly ubout o'clock, when It wus
lound nlimuT impoislble tn nukci any
Miei'ches Inside, Hid vast guilierlng
wim luouuiieii tu Ko uiitsldu uud fiom
I in idipH of tho new MiiMinlr IiuIIiIIuk
Ihu HXii tiiltu nlllcer of thn Alii'B.iw.i
miiilu his nxunen mid rt-KM'lH lit In lug
llllllblii in Jiilu wllh lliom lu tlli'll' feu-
liviiles in iheii Immir.
'I tin people Weill llljll, lUKlllg lull. I, In
link I hut Ihu hiimI pi'p;ii,illiins Ihey
l.ll IIMltll wun, II));,, puintht but ,l
mis liu iiim, Ihu Aiii'itiivv-ii Imil in wi.,,,1)
iuh Inn iliui kumu t t'litnu f,)r IMMI,
iiIii iiiiniillpir in insiimiliips iimii
lliMiiit lieud.jimilciN ,y wUvUw. und
the wildest exhalations of great Joy for
their comlnn would not deter them nn
other hour. Talk about a disgusted
and a disappointed people. They bore
It nobly under the circumstances, bul
jou could sec faintly the tears water
ing their ejellds In their attempts to
hold back their grief on recount of the
unexpected treatment they received at
the hands ot tho heroes they worship-tied.
Six million dollars Is nboaid the U.
S A, T. Sherman, which arrived In thh
luomlnc fro.n San Francisco, en route
lo tho Orient. This money Is to be
used tn pa) lug the troops stationed In
The Sherman has a large passenger
list, and brings four days' mall. She
reports good weather on the voyaga
fiom San Francisco, with no unusual
incidents. When two da)s out she
passed the Ventura, nud a three-masted
fcchoouer ye.uerdny. Seventeen pae
tengers were landedihere, among them
being Urlgadier-Qeneral Cnlvln Dewltt,
letlred, with his wife and son. (Jen
cral Hewitt comes to spend his v sta
tion lu Honolulu. Mrs. C. F. Hum
phrey, wife of Q. M. Captain Humph
ley, arrived with their child to Join
Cnptnln Humphrey. Mrs. II. H. Wy
guilt, wife of Captain Wygaut uf the
Second Infantry, aim arrived with two
children, J. K. Ueck, wife and child,
are ulso among (he pasrengerH for Ho
nolulu. The Sherman will sail for (luani ami
Manila tomorrow morning at 11
HI HY PUCES
The Republicans will hold their
meetings tonight one ut Wulalae near
1). P. It. Isenberg's place, one at the
I'u una power house and one at the
Vliifiird street tump. At the latter
tbo speakers will be an follows: W.
O. Smith. John I,. Paoo, W. W. llur
rls. Clias. Kunekoa, Henry C. Vlda,
8. P. Co'rrej, A,. V. Hear, John. 0.
I .ane, Joe Knla'uu, A. M. Iliown, I..
1.. McCiiudlcKH, A. S. Kalelnpu, J. W.
Cathcait, F. T. P. Walerhouse. C. F.
Cblllliigworth. Chun. Hustnce Jr., S.
C. Dwlghl, Jan. Illcknell, I). Kalau
okalanl Jr.. Wm. K. I.elvlwl, II. M.
The Democratn will havu one meet
ing ut Kmimi Sguure and another at
the Kullhl eutup..
Captain C. V. Htimphiey, urniy de
pot iiuaitermiister, Is to leave Honolulu
boon, probably about the first of next
month. Ho will go tn Washington,
where lie will enter the mllltury hos
pltnl and undergo treatment. It Is
hardly probable that he will return to
Honolulu, bul hu will probably be sta
tioned elsewhere after he recovers bis
health sufficiently fur blm lo resume
his duties. Captain Heldt will act tem
porarily an depot quartermaster.
Captain Humphrey Is very popular
here pnd much regret will be felt at
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