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JSVEtflNO BULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T It. SATURDA JUtfE 13," IMS.
easlBasiWisXjMjjfriiM- ---- - - in r
Paelfle Stated, Second Degree.
Hawaiian Fir Degree.
..Honolulu Cemmandery 6 p
Oceanic Third Degree.
Lol Aloft No. Regular.
All tutting member of tie
order are cordially invites!
attend nuttings of local ledge
HARMONY lODO&jr. 8. L 0. 0. V.
Mu every Monday evening at
Ml) In I. O O. F. Hall, Fort Btrest.
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
BUR. F. VICKER8, N. U.
All visiting brothers Tory oordlally
jnrrnc lodge, ho. 2, x. of p.
' MNti every 3d and 4th Tuesday
f aaeb month at 7: JO p. tn. at K. P.
.Hall, corntr Fort and Beretanla BU.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLB, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K. of R. ft 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every first' and tblrd Frl-
ay evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
oner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
A. Q. DEERINO, C.C ,
' JAB. W. WHITE. K.R.B.
f OlOItriU LODGE 616, B. P. 0. E.
Haftolulu Lodge No. 1. B. P. a
BL, trill meet In tbelr ball on King
Fort etet every Friday even.
By order of the K R.
v, HENRY 0. EASTON,
Wll. H. McINERNY. E. R.
Va. mmiLIT LODGE lo.B. X.of P.
Meet every Saturday evening at
li SO o'elooa In K. of P.-Hall. eov
fort and Beretanla. VlilUng bnrtb-
re cordially Invited to attend.
, W. L. FRAZEB, C.C.
. A. JA00B80N, K.R.B.
HONOLULU AXRII 140, F. 0. X.
Meets on the Ind tad th WBD
,'RMDAY evening of eecn montb at
:. o'clock la K. of P. Hall, corner
)wretaala and Fort atreete.
Visiting Baglee are Invited te at-
'. L. FRAZEE, W., Prert
(1. T. MOORE, Secy. ,
MWAHAX TBIBE Mo, 1, L 0. X. M.
Awtt mirj flrtt and tblrd Tbnre-
ntr of earb montb at Knlgbte of
Vytnlan Hall. VlilUng brotber eor-
waiiy invited o attend.
J. W. ABCH, Saebem.
A. B. MURPHY, 0. of R.
The Beet Whiskey on tie Market
THOS. F. MoTIOHEft CO., AGE1T8.
v iomm xnra sr.
nbis.iM. P. 0. BOX 70S.
i XXW TXSSETXOSaiTITO EGGI
ob exhibition at the
NEXT TO THE THEATEB,
The Beit In Town.
JXL' 117, ' BTJIG ST.
LOVEJOY & CO.
"wioiEIALE DXALEB8 ABD IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
4tl0 Qreen Rooting Slate 10'zll.
."OO One and Two Prong Iron Feuee
S Stc&lloB Drum Commercial EU-
ft Oaetlron Fitting wttb Flangee.
fir It" Wrought Pipe.
XMUXLUTX CO,, LTD.,
141 K3ey Itreet Phone 211.
BMlWMInv9v WMF Wi VwIw'b4Jb) V9ttr
bjm preiieee te eart away tne
wbmn yen Mean up yeureiee
aH ua toe otoMrtment when
pert ft the work It dene.
An absolutely harmless
preparation. Will re
duce your weight
50c a package
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FOB! STS.
ewrwaawwi nKMwtrJKtwruL TCJ9wjBzstiKi
It will build you up
CHAMBERS 0RU6 CO.,
FOB. FOBT AND K7NQ STS.
Leads all others
Get it at any bar or
Spring flowers, New Bibbont,
Feather and Hate An Arrived.
Wire fremei made by order.
OUR PBICES REASONABLE. ,
30 XING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
GENTS' FUBNISHTNG GOODS,
Yee Chan fc Co.,
PHONE 627. King ft Bethel Sti.
The latest and largest aiiortnent
of hand-made and painted leather
poetcardi in Hawaiian Views, Flow.
en and Fruit, at
WEXDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alike St, bet. Xing and Merchant
V'Tor Rent eard en sate at
'he Bulletin office.
The day on which yon begin to
earn a vacation on the Bulletin
Pkn will be your Good-Fortune Day.
Anto at hack fare. Tel. 361.
Panama bats cleaned at the Olobe.
V. E. Wall was among the arrivals
today In tho Marina Kea.
Miss L. Ward came back today, ar
riving on the steamer Mauna Kea.
A furnished house la wanted by a
reliable family. See Want column.
C. D. Bradley and Chas. Belllna are
In town, having arrived In the Mauna
Among the Incoming passengers on
the Mauna Kea today was Miss K.
Madame Lambert moved around tho
corner on Beretanla street In llexrl
R. W. Shlnglo of the Henry Wator
houso Trust Co , returned today from
a buslnosn trip.
S. M. Kanakanul of the Survey of
flee returned this morning on the
steamer Mauna Kea.
Mrs. J, Cornwell and Miss K. Corn
well of Maul came down on tho Mau
na Kea this morning.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
up to-date repairs.
Mrs. A. McPhce and Miss S. Mc
Pheo nrrlvod this morning In the
Mauna Koa from Hawaii.
S. Mooklnl, a teacher of the La
halnaluna Seminary was ono of the
passengors In tho Mauna Koa.
Csrrlo E. Godfrey has sold some
property on Nuunnu street' to Kate
Campbell for tho sum of 1S000.
Tho specials that Sachs will featuro
next week are real money Eavers. Seo
them before ou do your shonolng,
Dr. H. L. Ross aud Jna. Parker wero
passengers on the Mauna Kea, which
arrived this morning from Hawaii.
A. Blom begins a big embroidery
snlo Monday morning. Bargains will
bo so great you cannot afford to miss
Coat your Iron roof with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Us cooling
jnd preservative properties. Calltomlii
Feed Co., agents.
Your typewriter should be kept in
tzoellent order. The expert at the
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., Ltd.,
can attend to it for yon. Phone 143."
St. Augustine on the Beach, Wal-
klkl. Sunday: 9 a. m., low mass with
English (ermon. Thursday: 8 a. m.,
low mass nnd singing.
It would pay cteryono Interested In
old coins of all kinds to take notlco of
the excellent collection that Mr. Fits
Patrick has In tho Mjrtlo cigar Co.'u
Col. Jones and Bherlff Iaukca had a
conferenco with Acting Governor
Mott Smith this morning relative to
arrangements for the state funeral to
be gten to Prince David.
Rev. Dr. Bradford Lcavltt, who was
to preach In Central Union church to
morrow has been compelled to leavo
for homo by todnj 'a Mongolia, so the
pastor will be In bis usual place.
Nine criminal cases were trans
ferred this morning from Judge Rob
inson's court to Judge De Bolt's court.
This was dono In order that tho largo
calendar could be' more quickly
Tho nicotlng of the politicians and
statesmen takes place tonight at Aala
Park, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho speakers will bo selected from
all political parties, making the meet
ing all the more Interesting.
Tho Catholic Church or St. John the
Baptist, Kallhl-wacna, In chargo of
Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
Juno 14th, Holy Trinity Sunday, 8:30
a. m , high mass, sermon, collection,
Sunday school, i' p. m. Rosary.
Tho Catholic Church of the Sacred
Hoart, Marquesvlllo, Punahou) In
charge of Reverend Father Clement.
Tomorrow, Juno 14(h, Holy Trinity
Sunday, 11 n. m., high mass, sermon,
collection. 3 p. in. RoBary, Sunday
Superintendent of Instruction Bab
bitt this morning cabled Quy Stevens,
Harvard '00, to come down hero to
accept tho position of, teacher of
mathematics In tho High School In
placo of J. II. Donahue, who goes to
the Agricultural College.
A good sign of Improved business
conditions is found In tho activity of
the Thayer Piano Co. Their Mr.
Oleseckle Is now at Albert Horner's
bomo, Kukalau, Hawaii, placing a
baby grand Stolnway. The company
Is now opening up another Stolnway,
making the third within thirty days.
As the steamer Mauna Kea Is to
make a special trip to Hllo on Friday
evening tho 19th instant, to convey
Secretary Garfield and party to tho
big Island, tho steamship company has
arranged to. make a general excursion
of the trip for the, public. The vessel
will arrive tn Hllo Saturday morning,
and will Ho there until Sunday even
Ing, giving ample opportunity to visit
tho volcano. The regular train for
Olenwood leaves Hllo early In the af
ternoon, and arrangements have been
made for a "special" tor returning
passengers Sunday, This trtn affords
a One chance for business men to take
In tho crater, which at the present
time is unusually active, and return
In time for Monday's work. An ad
vertisement of tho excursion appears
In our columns today,
Postal clcrkV convention instructs
dclcgato to national convention to'
ask passage of Wilson act for eight
A Host Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 P XJNQ ST. PHONE 525,
CABLE BEPOBT OF SAX
Saturday, June 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 12:
B. 8. Asln, hence Juno C.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed June 13:
8. 8. Alameda, for Honolulu.
SEATTLE Sailed June 121
S. 8. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA oiled June 10:
Bchr. H. C. Wright, for Son Fran
oleco. BASEBALL EXTRA
llngworth grounded to Kcuter and
Bill Chllllngworth was nut out at
second. J. Fernandez grounded nnd
was thrown out nt first.
Lemon takes a walk. Jones
grounds to second and Lemon Is put
out' at second. Jones Is safe on field
er's choice. McKenzIo walks. Bill
Vannatta flics out to second baso.
Olmos beats out n bunt to first.
Ertdlo Fernandez flies out. Evers was
put out at second. Olmos was caught
out trying to steal third.
Hnmaukua hit safe through short.
J. Vannatta hit safe through right.
Hamaukua went to second. Kallma
pehu hit safe through loft! llama
ku goes to third, neuter flow out to
II. Chllllngworth. Miller hit through
short, scoring Hamaukua and Van
natta. Kallmapehu was put out try
ing to steal home, and Miller took
third on the play. McKenzle beat the
ball out to first, and Miller came
homo. McKenzle stole second and
took third on a rotten throw. The
Diamond Heads nrn t.iklnrr n hnltnnn
ride. Lemon lilt safe along left Held
and brought McKenzle homo.. Lemon
was put out trying to take third on
the hit. Kalimanehu was nut out
trying to take home. This makes
rour runs for the Kams.
Louis went out nt first. Davis flew
out to third. II. Chllllngworth struck
nt tne ball and it hit him, and he
was called out.
Jones flowout to Olmos. Dill Von-
tinitn ..ft, n ,i.n.l.n..n.. ... I... ..
Hamaukua was safo on fielder's choice
vannatta being cauelit asleen at sec
ond. J. Vannatta got a two-bagger
nnd broucht Hamatikun linmo T
Vannatta stole third. Kamallupehu
goes out from third to first. One run
for the Kams.
Illll ChlniUHWorth itrnnk nut Sntn
Chllllngworth also Btruck out. J.
Fernandes files out to shortstop.
Router goes out at first. Miller
flies out to the pitcher. McKenzle
files out to center field.
Olmos struck out. Eddie Fernandez
struck out, Evers grounded to first
and goes out.
Lemon goes out from second in
first. Jones lams out a slnglo over
second. Illll Vannatta grounds to
tho pitcher nnd Is safe on the first
baseman's error. Jonos to third. Ha
maukua KCts a twb-bninrnr. Jnnna
comes homo and Vannatta goes to
third. J. Vannatta grounds to pitch
er nnd is safo on tho first baseman's
error. Bill Vannatta scores and Ha
maukua goes to third. Kallmapehu
bunts nnd bents the ball out. neuter
grounds to Eddie Fernandez nnd tin.
maukua Is put out trying to come
nomo. Miller flies out to Sam Chll
llngworth. That makes two runs for
tho Kams, putting them one In the
Louis flics out to Miller. Davie
strtlkes out. H. Chllllngworth is put
out ut first.
McKenzle strikes out; Lemon
grounds to first and is put out. Jones
nu Bare, over short. Bill Vannatta
flies out to Olmos.
Bill Chilllneworth strikes nut nnri
Sam grounds to first baseman andls
put out. J, Fornandes goes out sec
ond to first.
Starling with this evening, five in
stead of three, series of moving pic
tures Will bo Bhown at tha flrnhnnm
this being their last week, they hav
ing made arrangements to build a
place of their own on Hotel street.
This will be an excentloifal Meat.
and the public should take advan
tage of it.
XXAL ESTATE TXANSAOTJONa
Entered for Record June 12, 1808,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m,
T CHve Davles and wf to Walakca
Mill Co Ltd D
K B Paelo to Laupahoehoe Sugar
Co N L
Carrie E Godfrey by atty to Kate
Campbell ,, D
Kate Campbell and hsb to Bank of
Hawaii Ltd M
THREATS OF REVENGE
GurrCV and br this time T wns nrAttv
well dumbfounded. I could hardly
talk, and asked him to telephone to
the station for me, I went to my
You Can't Afford
to wear any but the very best glomes.
Our glasses give von eaie, comfort,
A. N, SANFORD,
house and tried to sec more of tha
"Tho water tank held 5,000 gal
lons, and was placed on n fwmownrk
of heavy six by six timbers. Soino pt
these heayy timbers were broken by
the force of the cxploMon nnil the
wreckage was scattered np far ns fif
ty feet away. Tlio water had been
expelled from the tank with such
force that It bad swept the grass
clean to n distance of about fifty
ft, where the wreckage was piled
up as It It had been swept there by a
"1 have looked at the matter on
the theory that the tank burst or col
lapsed without any apparent cause,
but I feel convinced that this cannot
have been. possible. One thing ulone
which would disprove that Is the
fact that tho tank has collapsed on
tho ground and on top of It Is tha
heavy platform on which It rested.
Furthermore, Mr. Bromley of the
Water Works Department, who Is an
export In bucIi matters, and C. B.
Reynolds both examined tho dcbrla,
this morning, and they are both of
the opinion that tho tank was de
stroyed by giant powder set oft in tho
water Inside the tank.
"Yes; I know that there nro many
people In town who are skeptical
about the matter, but I can state
that the tank cost mo over $500 nnd
was not Insured.'und I would certain
ly not cause such a loss to myself for
the sake of notoriety.
"I think that the affair In a mat
ter of personal revenge on the part
of some fellow whom I have probably
offended, and. If this should turn out
to bo tho case, I have my idea as to
who (.t, may be, though, of course, 1
cannot give that out nt present. 1
have had threats made ngalnBt mo ot
aH sorts, and threats have been com
munlcated'by prlsonors In the Jail to
other prisoners, of which we have
subsequently learned. Ono case in
particular was that of Martinez, the
Spaniard who did me up at Iwilel last
year, and who said flint If he ever
went back to Jail again it would be
on a charge ot murder.
"About six weeks before I went to
the Coast a Spaniard, who. was: friend
ly to the police, informed us ot a
plan to do away with Joe Leal and
mjEelf. Tho plan was to bavo us
called to Iwltel on some case. Then
when we arrived there would be bohio
disturbance on the road, and when
wo went to quell it wo wero to be set
upon and killed. At that time Mar
tinez had como back here under the
name of Joe Lopez, and he wore a
beard which changed his appearance
greatly. lie left Hawaii n little be
fore I did, but I do not know whether
he has returned. I am not, however,
connecting him particularly with this
case, but Just mention It ns an in
stance. "Threats against myself and Joe
Leal have been made continually by
all kinds of people. I feel assured,
however. In this matter than the man
to suspect is not an Orlontal, but a
white man or a man ot the typo ot
As n sample of theso threatening
letters Taylor produced a copy of an
nnonymous letter written to Superin
tendent Ryder ot tho Kakaako Mis
sion, who holds a special police com
mission. A. M. Brown and Taylor
had received letters similar to it, but
ha'd destroyed them, but all the epic
ties were very similar In text, and
tho following excerpt may servo as a
good samplo ot what tboy contained:
"Some of tho British-Naval Reserve
are hero and many mora ot their
friends -are coming C or 8 were In
tho police court hearing the cases
these men were drest in private
clothes as they wero out ot their tlmo
In the English navy Rcscrvo or on
penshlons they heard Brown punish
the good Innocent people and thoso
that wero know by all there except
lad thieves murdrers and liars peoplo
tn the court knew those innocent peo
ple never did anything wrong so the
British Naval Reserve men all rela
tives to thoso Innocent peoplo have
written to their friends telling them
of Browns and other lad devils In the
court beside him they a'ro coming
here thoy, was In British Navy now a
long list as their time was out they
get their penshlon I am la Navel Re
serve man myself and heard Brown
lying devil and nil the
others let murdereres and thieves go
free so I wrote to England told my
friends Navel men to come here and
Ull Brown and all these
liars in tho police court they will
Blater them ond give them all the
pain they can etc stec."
The police think that It Is possible
that this lunatic who wrote these
fetterB may have had a hand In tho
Taylor case, and this matter will be
looked Into as well as all other clews
which may in nny way be connected
with the case.
ASAN0 GOES EAST
(Continued from Page 1) '
boat, there are tno other steamers
nearlng completion. Of the freight
stoame'rs, there nio five In operation.
They were built In England nnd nro of
10,000 tons each. Other frclrhtrra of
8000 tons esch arc belug built by the
Armstrong Shipbuilding company."
"Do j on and Mr. Harrlman Intend
to go Into the railroad business Joint
ly?" "Well, I can not nay as to that."
"Mr. Asaiui, what ilo jou think ot
tho financial condition of Japan?"
"I do know that Japan Is nil right
She certainly has certain financial ob
ligations to meet, but they will not bo
ft burden to tho Government. The
Jnpancso financiers nre always ready
to help tho Government In times of
Tho conversation was interrupted
by the announcement that Madame
Satto, wlfo of the Japanese Consul
Genoral, was ready to meet Mr. Asa
no, who was waiting In tho Consulate
reception room. Mr. Schultze, repre
senting tho flim of Hackfeld & Co,
accompanied Mr. Asano to the Ccn
Before ho left the room Mr. Asano
said that tho grounding of tho Hong
kong Marti was, In his opinion, not
very dangerous, elso he would have
received n cablo from tho homo ofllco.
"I think tho cablo report and the
newspapers made the matter worse
than what It actually Is," said Asano.
"It Is up to you newspapermen to
bring prospcilty to the country," con
tinued Mr. Asano, ns he addressed the
representatives of tho B u 1 1 o 1 1 n and
tho Japanese Dally Chronicle. "It all
tho newspapers would say good things
about tho American and Jananeso peo
ple, thcro would bo no trouble ahead.
Tho emigration ot Japaneso from Ja
pan would hao been continued, had
not tho foreign papers agitated and
stirred up tha 111 feeling between the
Americans and Japanese. In Japan,
preparations nro being mauo to wel
come tho American fleet In groat
shape, night hero In Hawaii eory
American citizen and Japaneso should
cooperato for tho common good, not
only for commerco, but for Internat
ional welfare. I expect to put n first
class steamship service between tho
ports ot America nnd Japan, so that
thoso who may travel on theso boats
will hae no complaint whatsoever to
make. I will put whlto captains on
them; but who thoy will bo, I can not
say Just now, I rcallzo tho fact that
lit Is to the advantage of tho passen
gers traelltng. aud tho company, to
employ whlto captains. Tho Japan
cse captains can command tlfcso boats
without doubt, but as president of tho
company,vI will enploy whlto cap
Mr. Asano Is a mlddleagcd man, but
ho Is full of cnorgy, speaking plainly
and with caution He will not proceed
to England, as was expected but will
return to Japan after ho has complete
cd his business with Mr. Harrlman.
While hcru, Mr. Asano was shown
around town by Mr. Schultzo ot Hack
feld & Co. This afternoon he was
dined by the renresciilatlvo .Jauinesu
at tho Mochlzukl club houso, sailing
for tho States at 4 o'clock,
Per etmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for
Maul and Hawaii, June 12, 5 p. m.
W. Williamson, Thos, Bourns, Miss
Molllo Hong, Miss K. Plllwalc, II. T.
Broderlck, W. L. Whltnoy, Mrs. W. H.
Scott, Mrs. n. U Wilcox. Mrs. P. C.
Drcdo and child, Miss Frances Baker,
Miss Edith Keale. Eddlo Akat, Jennie
Nun, A. V. Peters, John C. Moore,
Miss Whlto, Rev. D. W. K. Whlto,
John Gibson, Miss Loulso lloulnson,
Miss n. Amunn, H. M. Qlttel, A. J.
Spttzcr, Eddlo Kahokuoluna, Geo. Ka
huna, Harold Gnvlgan, LouIh Nutikana,
Eltza Nnlnoa, W, Makokau, Geo. Sea,
O. H. Kvann, W. F. Cole, Mrs. Lucy
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho Mauna
Ron reports tho fololwlug sugar list
on Hawaii: Olaa, 42,905; Walakoa,
17,000; Hawaii Mill, 5500; Onomoa,
13,000; Walnaku, 21,000; Pcpeekeo,
15,500; Honomu, 10,800; Hakalau, SI,.
000; Latipahpehoe, 18,000; Onkala,
8500; Kukalau, 10,375; Hamakua, 21,
000; Paauhnu, 23,500; Honokaa, 10,
000; Kukulhaele, 2100; Punaluu, 18,
C72; Honuapo, 13,180.
THE MAUNA KEA arrived nt Ue
usual time this morning with the fol
lowing cargo: 1 horso, 1 auto, 4 boxes
chickens, 4 bags coln,J bags taio, 8
packages awa, 9 bags cocoa, 10 cases
cefllory, 12 bags cabbage, 25 Imps
ompty bottles, 27 packages vegetables,
32 ompty kegs, 34 pieces koa lumber,
42 cords wood, 233 sheep, 1C3 pack
THE COLLinn Alexander Is ' not
expected to arrlvo with the Malno and
the Alabama, but will bo here, It Is
expected, In tlmo to coal the iattlo
THE MAUI and Nocau nro duo tn
tomorrow with sugar, Tho latter will
also bring n number ot horses.
THE COLUMBIAN sails for Sallna
Cruz by Way of Kahulul, and Hllo, to.
THE DESPATCH Is nt Kaanapall,
loading sugar tor tho Columbian.
THE IRMGARD sails for San Fran
THE ASIA arrived In San rranclsco
THE FRENCH steamer Carvellas is
THE MARSTON Is still loading at
Ten thousand peoplo attend Calo-
donlan games ut Shell Mound-park,
X JBX BKEKK5JKBKBKMH
Friday, June 12.
Stmr Despatch, Kokerwltz, from
Eleelc and Makawell.
Tug Kaona, Jorgennen, from Pearl
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Morton, from
Saturday, Juno 13.
Stmr. Mnuna Kea, Freeman, from
Hllo nnd Maul, 7 a. m.
Fr. Bttnr. Carnvellas. Le Soven.
from Yokohama, 7 n. m.
Friday, Juno 12.
Stmr. Ko Au lion, Pederscn, for An
nhola, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlne, Bennett, for Maul
arid Hawaii ports, 5 p. m
Stmr. Despatch, Kokerwltz, for Ka
anapall. Saturday, Juno 13.
Stmr. Nllhnu, Oncss, for Punaluu, at
K SAILING TODAY
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Morton, for
Ban Francisco, at 4 p. m.
S 8 !t it M J K K H B K
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per1 P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from tho
Orient, June 12. For Honolulu: Mrs,
A, L, Bngnnll, S. Hlggtnbothnm, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ingram, Loo Pad, Leo Young
Fon, Leo Yijen Chong, P. OfTcrmnn,
Mrs. Toma Kndnta, Miss E.
Hoycroft, John W. Stoker, Hiss
Ai II, DavK Miss Agnes Ko.
Through: Mrs. 11. E. Alivnhelni. In
fant nnd nurse, S. Asano, Mrs. S. Ami
no, T. Asano, Prof. Geo. L. llnbcock,
Mrs. Geo. L". Bubrock, I llarbedetlo,
Mrs. F. Baibedotte, Mrs. A. iiar,3ct, .1.
W. Bolles, ILfBormault. Mis. It. Iioi
inault, L. D. Bosley, J. N. Uojd, S. S.
Brlnsmnld, L. G. Brown, E. 'Ruckdeb
chel, Mrs. Vurkc, Master E. Burke,
Mastor G. Burko, Master .1. Burko, II.
J. Burnlston, Mrs. M. Chldscy, Miss
Mary h. Clark, Mrs. T. 1 Cobb, 111
font ntul amah, J. Cockbatn, Dr. 1.
Franklin Colin, U. 8. N.. C. W. Con-
Ulsk, Mrs. C. W. Conllsk, Mrs. Johu
R. Cook. II. D. Coroy, Mrs. II. D.
Corey, O. E. 'Crnblile, n. A. Do Wessc,
Miss M. N. Dewoy, Miss Emma Dole,
Mrs, Margaret Dolg, Judgo N. A.
Dorn, Mrs. N. A. Dorn, John Ellts, Dr.
P. S. Evnns, Mrs. P. S. Eons. Master
L. Evans, Miss M. Evans, Master P.
Evans, Lt. Col. n. A. Flnlayaon, Quo.
A. Flarh, Foo Jlsen Slicun. J. M. Gnm
bill, Lt. Co. a. II, D. Glnilette, John
C. Gould and vnlot, Mrs. John C.
Ooold and maid, Dr. II. Ginsberg, K.
atnsbeig. Paymaster W. T. Oray, U.
S. N.: Miss F. II. Hamilton. Miss U.
Hamilton, It. Hancock, W. H. Hanna,
Mrs. W. II. Hanna and child, Capt. H.
W. Scott Hardin. Mis. M. L. Hewitt.
Capt. A. A. Hlgglns, Miss C. E. Hoguo,
Wm. Hoxley, Mrs. Hoxley, Dr. H.
iiunungion, mrs. li. Huntington, Mm.
M. Ingrnham, K. Ito, C. I. Jcnucy, Mrs.
C. I. Jcnneq, Joseph' Kalslcr, Miss L.
Kcnyon, Kuan Channlng, Kuan Jullcn,
Louie Joo, Mrs. Loulo Mo Joo, 1.
Luchmann, L. McLaughlin, J. A. Mc
Dowell nnd servant. Miss M. A. Mc
Dowell and mnld, Miss M. Townsend,
Miss McPherson, O. H. Malono and
wife, Cnpt. C. Moado, Mlsa A. O. Mor
rill. Thos. F. Millard, Q. C. Millard, U.
S. N J. D. Miller. C. A. Miles, Mrs.
C. A. Miles, A. Molr, 11. Mosb, Mrs. II.
Moss, V, A. Nuldu, Iteno Hoosmalo
NepCou,. Baroness Klrchnor Ncuklr
chan, O. II. P. Nojes, John OfTcrmnn,
Mrs. John Offcrman, D. Oliver, Wm.
A. Sundhclmcr, Mrs. D. Oliver and
child, Mrs. r. S. Randolph, Dr. W. E.
Rahto, O. II. Roberts, J. B. Ross, 11.
Sauor, Mrs. N. J. Scott, I. C. Scanians,
Fred Upjohn, Mrs. Fred Upjohn, J. J.
Walton, Geo. H. Warrington, Mrs.
Geo II. Wnrlrngton, A. Watonabo, E.
J. Westerhouse, Mrs. A. Wolliaten, Dr.
F. B. Whltmore, Mrs. C. H. Wilson,
S. Wolff. Dr. A. H. Worthlngton, Mrs.
A. II. Worlhlngton, Mrs. Wu Ting
Fang and maid, Wu Chao Clico, Mrs.
Wu Chao Cheo, Infant and nurse, C,
E. Wymaii, Yang Sin Chi, Mrs. Yang
Sin Chi, W. S, Hullck,
Por stmr. Mauna Kea, Ficeman,
from Hllo and Maul, Juno 13. B. Lo
vctto, O. D, Bradley, -Ng Yco Ylck,
Miss M. Aknn. !rs. A. M. Wilson, Mrs.
L. Bailey, 8. M. Kanakanul, G. Knud
sen, Mrs. O. W. Rosu nnd Infant. W.
E. Wall, S. B. Litchfield, II. B. Jlnr
Inei, Miss A. Meheula, H, M. Knnlho,
Mrs. 8. Nakn, Chas. Belllna, E. m.
Chcntlmm, Miss L. Ward, Miss K.
Ward, Mrs. J. D. Kokl, Dr. H 1, Ross
Jas. Parker. .Mrs. K. Kalllktnl, R. W.
Shlnglo, Miss K. Cornwell, Mrs. J.
Cornwoll, Miss 8. McPhoo, Mm. A.
McPhco, E. E. Bcttollo, Ah Sing K
Yokata, Mrs. J. Cockett, Mrs Cockott
and Infant, S. Mooklnl, E. Morll, Mrs.
The Weekly Eiltlcn ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a compute summary cf
.i niwi of tha 4ay.
A' furnished House, thieo or moro bod
rooins, by good tenant, Address
"R, D.," this office.
tlandkeichlef nnd fulse teeth. Ownor
can nave simo by calling nt Bulle
tin ofllco and pa) Ing for this nd,
to yourself and let ns build that ca-
not. rowinr.hnftt nr vaefit uU.1. .
have in mind, We'll have .it ready
ju uu uiae, ana tne pnee Will De 10
low that VOIl will wnnler linn, nan
do lt. We've done it, however; to
Charles D. Walker.
Boat, and Machine Works,
King near Akpai.
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